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 Section A: Main: Social
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The Baker County press
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Title: The Baker County press
Uniform Title: Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Tate Powell
Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 2006
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    Section A: Main: Social
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    Section A: Main: Obituaries
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section A: Main: Sports
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section B: Real Estate
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    Section B: Classifieds
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PO BOX 117007- UNIV. FLA.

77th Year, Vol. 21

Paid circulation leader *Winner of22 state, ad nit/ationala il f-tjoiiurn.ili, eXcellence in 2006

Thursday, September

14, 2006

Macclenny, Florida 500

Four are


after two

A video surveillance camera
and an employee at the Baker
CountyAlternative School played
key roles in the arrest of three
young suspects in the daylight
strong-arm robbery of the Fam-
ily Dollar Store on West US 90 in
Macclenny on September 11.
It marked the second robbery
of its kind grabbing cash from
a drawer in west Macclenny
during a week-long period. On
Labor Day, a Jacksonville man
was arrested for stealing cash
from the Quick N Handy on
Lowder St. and leading police on
a high-speed chase that ended in
In the latest incident, two of
the suspects, ages 17 and 16, ad-
mitted their roles in the theft of
$110 from a cash register when
they were questioned later that
afternoon. The third suspect. 18-
year-old Gregory Robins, turned
himself in at counts jail accom-
panied by his father the follow\ -
ing morning. All are from Mac-
According to the statement
by store clerk Loretta Fida. one
of the suspects reached into her
cash drawer after she rang up a
candy bar he brought to the coun-
ter. She attempted to close the
drawer with her hip, but not be-
fore he snatched a\%wa the cash.
all in $10 bills. The trio then fled
on foot south across US 90.
Investigator Gerald Rhoden
was one of the officers respond-
ing to the scene, and noted both
he and Sheriff Joey Dobson had
ridden past the store about ten
minutes earlier and saw three
individuals who matched the de-
scription of suspects in the park-
ing lot.
Police also learned that min-
utes before, ow ner Mlark Lee told
the suspects to leave Mood 's
Chevron just \\est of Family
Dollar because they were pan-
handling customers for money.
Investigator Rhoden said he
was familiar with one of the
suspects, and confirmed he had
earlier d\ithdrawn from the Al-
ternati\e School into an adult ed
School secretary Alease Lee
was summoned to view the
Chevron surveillance tape and
identified the 17-year-old and
Mr. Robins, who attended the
school last year.
The Alternative School hous-
es public school students who
have been removed from regular
classrooms for disciplinary rea-
The store tape also recorded
the suspects as they walked east
from the Chevron, and later they
can be seen running from the
Family Dollar.
The investigator located the
17-year-old at his home off Lew-
is St. and he admitted involve-
ment, confirming the identity of
Mr. Robins and that of the third
suspect, a cousin who was ques-
tioned at his residence off South
Boulevard and confessed to be-
ing involved.
All are charged with robbery
without weapons, a second-de-
gree felony.
The evening of September
4, Lance Rewis Jr., 26, of Jack-
sonville was arrested for stealing
$180 in $20 bills from the cash
register at Quick N Handy.
Clerk Shirley Dineen alerted
(Page 2 please)

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Youth Football League kicks offseason, seepage 11
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CEB calls
Press Sia"ff
The Baker County Code En-
forcement Board at its Septem-
ber 11 meeting revisited on-go-
ing violations of the county's
zoning code by Vernon Arline.
whose Olustee area property has
been found to be in non-compli-
ance for excessive abandoned
After hearing Mr. Arline in-
sist the estimated 100 junk ve-,
hicles on hi.s property off US 90
constitute an auto parts business.
the CEB \oted unanimously to
have the count\ employ a pri-

for cleanup
vate contractor to clean up the
property and bill the owner.
It would d be the first time the

code board has ever done so.
and also the first time a property 1
ow ner has been cited three times
for the same violation and done
nothing to correct it.
The two previous citations
resulted in liens tiled against
the property., which prevent the
owner from selling or transfer-
ring it. Should the clean-up take
place after a 120-day grace pe-
riod, an additional lien for the
cost will be placed against it.
During the July 14 meeting,
abandoned vehicles belonging

of Olustee
to Mr. Arline were also deter-
mined to be on adjacent property
belonging to the Church Sancti-
fied and Holiness of God. The
board learned this week those
vehicles have been removed.
Church members asked for the
extra time to ha'e Mr. Arline
move them.
CEB chairman Jim Mc-
Gauley later termed the Arline
violation "egregious" and criti-
cized the defendant for ignoring
past orders.
"You've shown nothing but
contempt for this board in the
past." he declared before sug-
gesting the forced removal of

the vehicles. "We're here to
enforce ordinances the county
has adopted and %%e have a job
to do."
Mr. Arline stated under oath
again this %week he operates a
used car parts business on the
property, although he does not
have a current business license.
He claims to have generated ap-
proximately $500 in sales dur-
ing the past year.
"You're telling me that I can't
make a living on my own prop-
erty where I've been operating
for 40 years?" Mr. Arline asked
(Page 5 please)



city positions
Press Staff
Macclenny officials on Mon-
day backtracked somewhat on
promises to fund several addi-
tional deputies and firefighters,
citing concern about a thin con-
tingency fund in the city's tenta-
tive 2006-07 budget.
Prompted by City Manager
Gerald Dopson. the commission
agreed keep the new personnel
in the $7.5 million spending
plan. but are asking Sheriff Joey
Dobson and Fire Chief Buddy
Dugger to hold off filling all the
positions until a later date.
Commissioners \\ant to de-
termine if revenue projections
are holding steady through the
first quarter of next year. At
that point, they would decide
whether to green-light addition-
al hires.
Under the compromise. the
sheriff and the fire departments
each get one new% person.
A week ago. the city board
agreed to fund two deputies and
three firefighters.
At a public hearing Tuesday.
it voted to approve the tentative
budget. which must get final ap-
proval before the end of Sep-
tember. The millage rate will
stay at 3.65.
In. earlier versions of the
budget, bottom-line spending
was just under $7 million, but
as approved it includes Crants
for Heritage Park ($102,500),
as well as the Burnsed Block
House ($135,083) inside the

(Page 9 please)


Baldwiniscon restaurantdcitedby Boston paperamong'bestfor breakfast
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Press PubliUsler
What does Eer\bod"'s Restaurant in
Bald\\in have in conmnon with places like
Louie's Cafe in Baton Rouge. the Florida
Ave. Grill in Washington D.C. and the
Cobblestone Cafe in Savannah?
The answer: it \%as selected recently
by a Boston Globe writer as one of the
best places in America to eat break-
The original "back roads" reviews
by David Filipov appeared in the
Globe's Sunday edition on July 30, and
were picked up by The lteek magazine
in its September 8 edition.
Right there, in one of the country 's
most informative and interesting news
magazines, was Everybody's (actual
name Everybody's Lunch), a favorite
hangout in the Baldwin area for 65
years and one that regularly attracts i
Baker County diners anxious to grab a
taste of "down home" cooking in just
the right atmosphere.
"It's called Everybody's Lunch,
but everybody really comes here for
breakfast," read Mr. Filipov's review.
"It's the kind of place where 'every-
one stands up to greet the people who
come in, whether they know one an-
other or not.' A jukebox plays country
hits while omelets, biscuits, grits, and
corned beef hash are piled on your
"We're very excited about it," said
Cindi Barber, whose pleasant face
and demeanor have greeted customers
since the mid-1970s. She's the grand-
daughter of Everybody's founders, the
late William and Minnie Bennett,
"One of our customers is from up near
Boston and apparently gets the newspaper.
She brought us a copy."
Mr. Filipov showed up at Everybody's
one Saturday morning earlier this summer
and chatted with James Bennett, Ms. Bar-

ber's father and the son of the founders.
- He was on a "backroads" quest for good
places to eat, non-franchise operations that
reflect the fla or of an area. He apparently
liked what he saw (tasted).
Since then, the review and accolade has
been noticed by other, more regional. pub-
lications like Jacksonville's Folio l\eekl!

regular clientele hail from the immedi-
ate Baldwin area, she estimates. The rest
flow in from Macclenny, Glen St. Mary,.
Bryceville. Whitehouse. Ma.\ville -fringe
Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton
stopped by the other day for lunch, as have
other political figures including candidates

Cindi Barber points to the Best Breakfasts in Americareview in the September 8 edition of The Week...

Cindi Barber points to the 'Best Breakfasts in America' review in the September 8 edition of The Week.

and the Treasure Chest that covers the
city's westside.
Everybody's regular customers take it
pretty much in stride, said Ms. Barber. Af-
ter all, they've known for years what Mr.
Filipov discovered on his odyssey.
About two-thirds of the restaurant's

aware that Everybody's is "the place" to
meet and greet.
There have been well-known figures
sitting down at the horseshoe-shaped
counter and tables over the years since
the elder Bennetts bought it in 1941 when
it was named the Rainbow. It's believed

Minnie Bennett changed the name, but no
,one recalls why she picked the one that.
has stuck.
It's easy to speculate, though. She
picked a name that sends an inviting mes-
sage. This place is for "everybody."
Those were back in the days before
Interstate 10 when Baldwin was both
a highway and railroad hub, teeming
with traffic from US 90 and US 301
and a crossover point for both passen-
ger and freight trains.
Everybody's was open 24 hours a
Ms. Barber says her grandparents
spoke of the days when troop trains
chugged through Baldwin during
World War II.
"They used to prepare hundreds of
sandwiches and take them over to the
station in large boxes like the ones you
use for cakes, and they'd sell them to
the soldiers."
The key to operating a "mom and
pop" restaurant in these days of fran-
chise dining?
"You make sure. the hamburgers
are ground chuck and hand-made, you
serve fresh tomatoes (Mr. Bennett still
buys them from the farmer's market),
you cook the grits all day long we
have the best grits anywhere!" declares
Ms. Barber.
She is flattered by the buzz result-
ing from the Globe story, but aware
that success in this business comes not
from what the critics say, but comes
from serving those loyal customers
day after day. Giving them what they
If they're in the mood for conversation
- fine; if they want to be left alone -that's
fine, too.
Everybody's just wants them to enjoy
their food and come back.

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday September 14, 2006 Page 2

Strong-arm robbers

(From page 1) Glen St. Mary and a 17-year-old
police by sounding a store alarm male.
about 8:00 just after Mr. Rewis In addition to the felony rob-
approached the counter to pu- bery, Mr. Rewis faces charges of
chase a beer. When the drawer resisting arrest, battery, reckless
opened, he allegedly pushed the driving and driving without a li-
clerk away, grabbed the cash and cense.
ed in a his dark-colored extend- e faces a grand theft charge
ed cab pickup. for the theft of a $500 purse and
ed cab pickup. o wallet from Stephanie Rhoden,
Ms. Dineen and two other 18, of Macclenny, who left them
witnesses described the vehicle in her vehicle while she paid for
and its direction of travel west on gasoline at the Exxon Store less
Miltondale, then south through than a half-mile from the scene
Owens Acres, and Sgt. Michael of the robbery. That incident oc-
Crews radioed other units as he curred minutes earlier, and Dep-
searched that neighborhood and uty Randy Davis was question-
was unable to nd the suspect. ing Ms. Rhoden when the store
Deputy Garrett Bennett said alarm went off.
he was nearly run off US 90 west Ms. Rhoden also positively
of Glen St. Mary by the speed- identi edthe suspect, who police
ing 1998 GMC pickup minutes say smelled strongly of alcohol
later, then gave chase to Sander- when arrested in Sanderson.
son where he stopped Mr. Rewis Deputy Bennett noted that the
in the parking lot of Cuz's One- suspect said to him while he was
Stop off US 90. being booked: "If you didn't have
The of cer said in his report that gun I would have whipped
he pulled a service revolver your [double-expletive],"
when Mr. Rewis failed to exit
the pickup with both hands vis- ON SALE NOW
ible, and he then yanked him out, ADVANCE TCKETS
forcing him to his knees on the
pavement. At Radio Shack (,Vde4)
The of cer said he struck the for
suspect in the head when Mr. Country A ic
Rewis failed to keep his hands
extended and instead began Showcase
reaching for a left pants pocket. Baker County Middle School
Deputy Ben Anderson, arriv- Auditorium
ing as back-up, said he issued a
Taser-touch charge to Mr. Rewis' St n
left leg when he refused to getStarring:
into the rear of a patrol car. James Taylor Curtis
The suspect was returned to Stephanie Branch
the convenience store where he Jason Rhoden
was identi ed by the clerk and Formoreinfocontact(904) 742-9399
witnesses Joshua Mobley, 23, of Tickets: Advance $25.00 Door $31.50

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Saturday, October 14
6:00 pm* Livestock Barn at the Fairgrounds
Bring your Favorite Pet!
Please No Livestock, Pets Only!

Please fill out form by Sept. 29 and send to:
RP.O. BOX 492, MACCLENNY, FL 32063
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Notice is hereby given that the proposed ordinance whose
title hereinafter appears, will be presented for rst reading
for the Baker County Board of County Commissioners on
Tuesday, October 3, 2006, at 6:01 p.m. or as soon thereaf-
ter as possible, and on Monday, October 16, 2006 at 6:01
p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible, for second reading
and possible adoption. A review by the Local/Land Plan-
ning Agency will be on Thursday, September 14, 2006 at
7:00 p.m. at the Baker County Administration Building,
55 North Third Street, Macclenny, Florida. Copies of said
ordinance may be inspected by any member of the public
in the CommissionersO of ce, address stated above. On
the date above-mentioned, all interested parties may ap-
pear and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance
which is titled as following:


If any member of the public desires to a
cision made at this public hearing, he/sh
record of the proceedings and for that p
to ensure that he/she transcribe a verbat
proceedings, which record would include
and evidence upon which the appeal is t
According to the Americans with Disab
persons needing a special accommodate.
peter to participate in this proceeding s
Administration Department at (904) 25c
hours prior to the time of the hearing.

ilen Forest LLC
property located
torth of US 90 off
3raxton Road and
last of Cowpen

ppeal any de-
ie will need a
purpose may need
im record of the
de the testimony
to be based.
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on or an inter-
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday September 14, 2006 Page 3

Opinion C m





EDITOR Michael Rinker
NEWS/FEATURES Kelley Lannigan
Jessica Prevatt
Jeremy Beasley & Josh Blackmon
Robert Gerard
COMMENT- Cheryl R. Pingel
CLASSIFIEDS Barbara Blackshear

Phone- 904/259-2400
?Fax- 904/259-6502
Email bcpress@nefcom.net,
Mail PO Box 598 k
104 South 5th St
Macclenny, FL 32063A

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noted or arranged. Material received
after this time will not be guaranteed
for publication. It is requested that
all news items be typed to insure
2 accuracy in print.

Social Notice Deadlines
Birth announcements, wedding notic-
es and social events must be submit-
ted within four weeks of the event. It
is your responsibility to ensure pho-
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Thoughts on opening of Other acts about WL'C

football season: start

withlaying off Leftwich


I'm sitting in my bedroom
watching Mark Brunell and the
Washington Redskins take on,
Brad Johnson and the Minnesota
\rikings. That's right, it's football
season and I'm. a happy man.
Like a drunk falling off the wag-
on, I OD'd all weekend long.
I listened to the radio broad-
cast of the Wildcat loss to Gaines-
ville Eastside to get the weekend
started. I was in Jacksonville
listening to my son's rock band
play at the Murray Hill Theatre.
so I tuned in late.
I knew instinctively that
things were going badly for my
Wildcats when I heard broad-
casters Mike Crews arid David
Crunimmey sending shout-outs
to the members of their Youth
League football team. If you
have the time to pick people out
of the crowd to talk about, there
must not have been a lot going
on down on the field that was
positive for BCHS.
Despite the loss, however,
the Cats got me into the swing
of the weekend with big fourth
quarter comeback. Now, if there
just hadn't have been those other
three quarters...
From there, I moved on to
Saturday college football. My
wife and youngest son went to
the Gator game and I sat down
in front of the television and
sprouted roots.
It was a good thing tle FSU
game wasn't televised because
it was clear Bobby Bowden tad
left the team in Miami and played
the taxi squad. That. and an in-
spired game by Jonathan "Bear"
Woods of Troy State almost led
to an upset for the ages.
Of course, it was all topped
off by the Jaguar game on Sun-
day afternoon, the subject of this
week's column (it took me long
I wish people would get off
the Jaguars" back and in particu-
lar, off Byron Leftwich.
There, I said it. I have admit-
ted the unspeakable. I like Byron
Leftwich always have. I liked,
him in college at Marshall and I
like him as a Jaguar. I am con-
vinced if people gave him half a;
chance, they'd like him too.
I feel better now that I admit
it. It's hard to hold on to some-
thing like that week after week.
It just keeps growing and fester-
ing, turning from a boil into a.
Leftwich led the Jaguars from
a 10-point deficit to defeat the
Dallas Cowboys and some guy
named Terrell Owens 22-17 in
the season opening at Alltel Sta-
dium. The Cowboys were a pre-
season pick to represent the NFC
in the Super Bowl. The addition
of Owens brought a luster of
limelight to Bill Parsel's team.
It was TO this and TO that
and about a dozen more TO's in
the bargain. The first image we
saw when the game started was
TO and one of the last after the

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win was official was TO on the
bench. It was as if the cameras
had a quota of TO shots they had
to fill and rushed to get them all
in, especially in the second half
when he didn't do much of any-,
thing. .
SIt was' a stunning win for the
Jaguars, much like the victory
over the Steelers last year, and
could set the tone for the season.
Of course, it doesn't stop the Jag-
uar detractors from detracting.
I was getting a tire fixed this
morning and the tire guy was
reading the paper. He said some-
thing t the effect that it was
,about time that the Jaguars did
something. As if the\ were pe-
rennial cellar dwellers.
Hmm. Am I mistaken. or,
didn't they go 12-5 last season?
Didn't they have one of the best
records in the league and maybe
the best defense in the NFL?
That was Byron Leftwich and
the Jaguars wasn't it?
I thought so.
Even with the win, Leftwich
got pounded again. He's big, he's
slow, he looks like Gary Cole-
man in a football helmet.'
Granted, But he can also
throw the.ball through the eye of
a needle at 90 mph.
Here's the long and short of
it, Nwhat most people don't like
about Byron Leftwich. He's not
the guy I'm watching on televi-
sion right now in a Redskin uni-
He's not Mark Brunell.
EverNbody loved Mark Bru-
nell. I lo-red Mark Brunell, -affi
w hen Way ne Weaver traded him
while he, still had some good
years of football in his arni and.
legs, he raised the ire of Jaguar
fans everywhere and poisoned
the well for whoever came next.
S Poor Byron Lefrtich the
Chris Leak, of pro football. Chris
Leak isn't Danny VWonderful
and ByrTn Left\ich isn't Mark
He doesn't have that calm,
knowing face and the ability
to scramble out of trouble. He
doesn't have all that history with
the team. .
My wife said it best. "Who
remembers who came after NMo-"
hammed 4]i?"
Had tm e Jaguars held on to
. Brunell and replaced him with
a marquee college player like
Carson Palmer or Eli Manning.
it might have been different. In-
stead theS got a big. slow guy
from Marshall.
-I '.nc watched a Marshall
game, late in the season or in
a bo wl game. It was late in the
game and they were trailing.
Leftwich' hiad taken an unmer-
ciful pounding. He threw for a
first down and was hit so hard
he couldn't stand up. He refused
to come 6ut of the game and his
offensive linemen picked him up
and carried him downfield to the
huddle. He threw the ball basi-
cally propped up. I don't know if
Marshall won or lost that game,
but it was one of the most inspir-
ing single athletic performances
I ever sa,'. He'd do the same in a
Jaguar uniform.
Cut hiiN some slack.

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Another little-known fact is that the World
Trade Center's complex of offices
--- and public areas housed magnifi-
cent corporate and private collec-
tions of art, much of it priceless,
C H such as drawings and sculpture by
.19th century French artist Auguste

Rcmembering 911 in Iraq


Sept 11,92006i
has been five years since that
fateful, morning when I first
heard about the airliners crash-
ing into the World Trade Center,
the Pentagon and into the field in
I have to admit my first
thought-after a student came
into my geometry class and
asked if I had heard about a plane
crashing into the World Trade
Center-was, "Oh no... some
fighter jockey was showing off
and made a mistake."
I tend to think like that some-
times because, being in the Army
and having a son in the Air Force,
it pains me when anything gives
our military a black eye.
Little did I know at the time
what an impact that day would
have on my life.
It has been five years and I'm
already starting what will end up
being two years in the desert as
a result of what happened then.

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at the
Emily Taber Public Library
9:30 10:30 am, Tuesdays starting Sept. 19
Ages 4-10
Must pre-register in person at the Emily Taber Public Library

Two years since I exited life as I
had always known it and started
living a surreal, kind of alter ego,
We commemorated Septem-'
ber 11, 2001 this morning in the
shadows of one of Saddam Hus-
sein's palaces.
During the ceremony, we
heard stories of other soldiers
and how their lives, too, had
Guys like Sgt. Sean Cummins
who immigrated to the U.S. in
1989 from Finglas, Ireland. He
was working as a firefighter in
New York City that day and lost
12 members of his squad when
they arrived at the Center. He
joined the Army soon after to de-
fend his new country.
And Sgt. Frank Emblen; a
New York Port Authority police
officer who was on duty that
morning and lost 13 of his fellow
Staff Sgt. Adam Navarro was
a cadet in the New York City po-
lice academy and left his class to
provide security at Ground Zero
for the next three months.
Spec. Jose Burgos was an
Emergency Medical Technician
(EMT) who provided care to the
victims of the WTC at the Level
One Trauma Support Center.
Others like Sgt. John Rutter
and Sgt. Elvin Marmol enlisted
in the Army in the days imme-
diately following the attacks so
they, too, could do their part.
In fact, two soldiers from my
unit, Staff Sgt. Dwayne Randall
and Lt. Col. (Chaplain) Irving
Bryer, were among the first peo-
ple on the scene Bryer in New
York and Randall at the Penta-

Randall was driving and saw
the plane fly overhead. He was
jolted by the impact of the air-
craft hitting the building. He ar-
'rived at the scene, identified him-
self to the FBI as a first responder
and immediately began to triage
patients on the lawn of the Pen-
tagon. His wife is also currently
serving in.Iraq.
Bryer arrived at Ground Zero
after the first plane 'struck the
center and served as the New
York City Task Force Chaplain
for the next 18 months. He su-
pervised 18 ministry teams that
performed worship services,
counseled soldiers, held memo-
rial services and represented the
Army at funerals of soldiers who
were also police, firefighters and
The stories were inspiring, but
I have to admit, the setting was
unusual. Hundreds of US sol-
diers, sailors and Marines stood
alongside our coalition Allies-
including Iraqi military person-
nel-under a perfectly blue,
cloudless sky.
As we listened to speakers,
helicopters flew low overhead as
they ferried soldiers to and fro as
the battles continued just beyond
our compound.
In the distance, aircraft went
into combat landing patterns-
basically a corkscrew approach
to the runway-while those de-
parting the airport go into a near-
vertical ascent.
And we remembered those
who died that day and why we
will all be part of this surreal set-
ting for the next year.



Many observances and renewed media cover-
age marked the observation of the 5th anniversary
of the terrorist destruction of New York's World
Trade Center.
I have to believe that in some -
capacity, the events on September THl
11, 2001 affected anyone who,was
aware of it and continues to do so |P |
at some level.
I was working as a curatorial as- KELLEY I
sistant at the Columbia Museum of
Art in Columbia. South Carolina at that time and
like so many people. I reacted to the new s and the
spellbinding images of passenger airliners ripping
through the two towers with a mixture of stunned
awe and pure. utter, disbelief.
What has been foremost in the minds of this
country's citizens since that day is the brutal and
senseless sacrifice of innocent human life for what
most of us view as a fanatical and distorted cause'
that is hard by our 'western and democratic stan-
'dards to comprehend.
The bitter reality that our borders are not invin-
cible and that our national security can indeed be
breached shook American citizens to their collec-
tive core.
The devastating and vicious destruction of a
world center of commerce that was an internation-
ally recognized icon of architecture and engineer-
ing resonates with me in particular.
Here are a few facts about the World Trade Cen-
ter that most people probably didn't know:
It was designed by an American citizen of Jap-
anese descent, Minoru Yamasaki, whose personal
philosophy was thus: "The purpose of architecture
is to create an atmosphere in which man can live,
work and enjoy."
There actually were seven buildings, not just
the two towers that dominated the Manhattan sky-
line, and the, complex was so large it had its own
zip code.
* Because of innovations in engineering, the
twin towers were the first super-tall buildings to
be constructed without masonry.
The twin towers were not the same height,
although int photographs they appeared so. One
tower was taller by four feet.
On any given workday, 50,000 people were
at work in the center and another 200,000 passed
through the complex.
The excavated soil from the building's six-sto-
ry basement was used to create 23 acres of landfill
in the Hudson River, which eventually became the
location of Battery Park Community in southwest

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Several weeks after the 9/11
attack, I read in a fax received at the Columbia
Museum of Art, a touching account of the discov-
ery of a sculpture that miraculously survived the
tower's destruction.
Doublecheck, by Seward Johnson, Jr., a life-
sized, bronze depiction of a businessman check-
ing ,his opened briefcase was unearthed, virtually
undamaged, from the twisted mountains of rubble
at Ground Zero.
The sculpture, which originally sat on a park
bench in the Trade Center Plaza, became a beloved
local symbol of survival and resurrection in the
days following its phoenix-like extraction from
the ashes. Doublecheck remained at Ground Zero
for a time after it was unearthed.
Although the workers rarely sa"' who left them,
handwritten notes expressing personal sentiments
about the tragedy, cups of coffee and even sand-
wiches began to appear in the contents of the brief-
Before the tragedy, on days when the weather
was nice. hundreds of people, most of them busi-
nessmen and women and countless other employ-
ees of the Center, could be found eating lunch and
drinking coffee in the plaza.
It was as if people were trying in this small way
to restore some semblance of normality and bal-
ance a world gone suddenly mad.
At the sight of the. former World Trade Center,
construction has begun on the new Freedom Tower,
,a stunning building whose design will feature a se-
ries of isosceles triangles and a cro" ning spire that
will eimit a beam of light into space. The tower's
height is,even symbolic, 1,776 feet, representing
the year the United States won its independence.
Reclamation of the sight of the former World
Trade Center will be a bittersweet victory. No
building, no matter how beautiful or nobly erect-
ed, can bring back the people who perished that
woeful day. Yet, people cannot live their lives in
fear of what might happen and they go forward in
hope anyway, not knowing what tomorrow might


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the board.
"No, that is not what? we are
saying at all," replied board
member Gerald Herndon. "You
* can certainly make a living on
your property if you have a busi-
ness license, a sales tax number,
'have a properly obscured view
and are found to be in compli-
ance with county codes."
Although the property at the
intersection with SR 250A has
been found to be at odds with
the code and the owner con-
tacted on numerous occasions
by registered mail, the record
indicates no evidence of com-
"I don't believe the county
would do such a thing," stated
Mr. Arline, referring to the
forced 'removal. "I'll have to
meet with the commissioners
and my lawyer."
The board voted to grant Mr.
Airline an additional 120 days
to clean up the tract and sell the
vehicles for scrap. After that. the
CEB will petition the county to
hire an independent contractor
to clear the property, a project
that could easily cost thousands
of dollars.
Chairman McGauley ap-
peared recently before the coun-
ty commission to discuss the
process of forcing compliance
on reluctant landowners who
ignore multiple citations. The
code board already has statutory
authority to do so, but he sought
a formal process based on %what
other communities require.
Other cases before the board
this month:
The property of Richard Coo-
per of Baxter was found to be in
non-compliance because of an
unsafe, storm-damaged build-
ing in the process of being torn
down. The board "will allow ten
days from Monday for it to be
removed, then an initial ne of
$100, and daily nes of $15 for
[ up to 180 days.
Janice Crow, the sister of
property owner Troy Crow. tes-


ti ed that her brother's recent
illness is one of several factors
prohibiting the speedy removal
of debris from the property off
Powell Nursery Road.
She requested and was grant-
ed a 30-day extension to bring
the property into compliance.
The penalty phase was tempo-
rarily suspended.
Charles Goldsmith of 7557
W. Madison in Glen St. Mary
was noti ed of a violation for'
non-skirting of a mobile home.
An inspection on Sept. 11 found
the violation was corrected and
the property in compliance..
The CEB welcomed Phil
Thomas of MacclennN, the re-
placement of Glen Patten as
code enforcement of cer.
Mr. Thomas, who grew up
in Nassau County, recent: re-
located to Baker County after
retiring from the Los Angeles
Conservation board
The Baker Soil and Water
Conservation District Board \\ ill
meet on Tuesday, September 19,
2006 at Tavlor's Barbeque in
Macclenny from 12:00 until 1:00
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arguing with his mother after.
drinking all. day and had several
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Shens Deputy Randy Davis ar-
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called police at 8:18 pm, saying
she and her son had been argu-
ing and having physical con-
frontations recently over, her in-
sisteince that he move out of her
Asked whether he'd hit her,
Mr. Stevens replied, "Not to-
nighti but I have hit her before."
As Deputy Garrett Bennett
entered the room, Mr. Stevens
jumped up and shoved his st in
Deputy Da\ is' face and yelled,
"Take me to [expletive] jail!"
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United States Distr(ct Court
Middle District of Florida
Jacksonville Division
Parties: United Stales v. $12,600.00 in
U.S. Currency,
Case Number 3 05-cv-787-J-25MMH
Notice is hereby given that on September
16. 2005, the defendant currency was
arrested pursuant to a Summons and Warrant
of Arrest In Rem issued by the Clerk of the
Court upon the lingo u an Amended Veri ed
Complain for Forfeiture In Rem on August
31 2005 in the above action All persons
claiming an interest in the deiendani currency
are hereby noli ed to le a Veii ea Statement
of Interest asserting such person's interest
in ihe property in a manner set forth in the
Supplemental Rules lor Certain Admiralty and
Maritime Claims of the Federal Rules ol Civil
Procedure within inirty (30) days after (1)
service of the complaint; or (2) the nal date of
publication; or pursuani to Rule C(6l(a)lli)BI of
the Supplemental Rules for Certain Admiralty
and Manltime Claims within such additional
Time as the Coun may allow, and shall le an
Answer within twenty (20) days after the ling
ol Ihe Veri ed Statement of Interest wnn the
Ot ceol the Clerk. United States District Court,
United Slates Courthouse, 300 N. Hogan
Street, Suite 9.150 Jacksonville, Florida
32202-4270, or suffer entry of judgmenl by
default All persons and entities who have
an interest in Ihe defendant currency may.
in addition to ling a Venri ed Statement of
Interest or in lieu of ling a Vei ed Statement
ol Interest. submit a Petition lor Remission or
Miligalion of Forfeiture pursuant to 28 C F.R
A copy of any Veri ed Statement of
Interest, Answer, or Petition led is to be
served on Paul I. Perez, United States
Attorney for the Middle District of Florida, Attn:
Bonnie A. Glober, Assistant United States
Attorney, 300 N. Hogan Street, Suite 700,
Jacksonville, Florida 32202-4270;
Middle District of Florida

CASE NO- 02-2006-CA-108
Mercantile Bank formerly
CNB National Bank,.
Merline Knabb Forsyth,
etc., et al.,

To: Merline Knabb Forsyth, a/k/a Merline
Knabb & James R. Forsyth, Residence un-
known, Last known residence: 11643 E. Con-
federate Drive, Glen St. Mary, FL,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following property
in Baker County, Florida:
Lot 30, The Hills of Glen, according to
plat thereof recorded in plat book 2,
pages 51 and 52, of the public records
of Baker County, Florida.
has been led against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written defens-
es, if any, to it on Sidney E. Lewis, Esquire,
plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 300 W.
Adams St., Suite 300, Jacksonville, Florida,
32202, within 30 days after the rst publica-
tion of this notice, and le the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise, a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court on
the 1st day of September, 2006.
T.A. "Al" Fraser
Clerk of Court
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk

FILE NO.: 02-2006-CP-043
The administration of the estate Robert
Karry Balkcom, deceased, File No. 02-2006-
CP043, is pending in the Circuit Court for
Baker County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 339 East Macclenny Av-
enue, Macclenny, Florida 32063. The names
and addresses of the Personal Representa-
tive and the Personal Representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims, on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be served
must file their claim with this court within the
later of three months after the date of the first
publication of this notice or thirty days after
the date of service of a copy of this notice
on them.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate, including un-
matured, contingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this court within
three months after the date of the first publi-
cation of this notice.
All claims not filed will be forever barred.
The date of the first publication of this
notice is September 7, 2006.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Donahoo, Ball & McMenamy, P.A.
50 N. Laura St., Suite 2925
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
Telephone: 904-354-8080
Personal Representative:
Cindy K. Balkcom
54056 Parks Road
Callahan, Florida 32011


CASE NO.: 2001-CA-000002
a Motion and Order Resetting Foreclosure
Sale Date dated ihe 29th day of August
2006, and entered in Case No.'2001 CA
000002 of the Circuit Court of the 8th Judi
cial Circuit in and for Baker County, Florida."
wherein U.S. Bank Trust National Associa-
t lion, f/k/a First Trust Bank National Asso-
cratbon. as Trustee under the pooling and
servicing agreement dated as of December
1. 1997, New Century Home Equity Loan
Trust. Series 1997-NC6, is the Plaintifft, and
Gerald Edward Williams, Eunice Wenlyn
Williams Joe Doe, Jane Doe as unknown
tenants in possession of the subject property.
are defendants I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the front door or main
entrance of the courthouse, at the Baker
County Counhouse, in Macclenny, Florida,
at 11:00 am on tne 27th day of September,
2006, the following described property as set
fonh in said Final Judgmen, to wit:
Legal Description
Lot 14. of Lewis Subdivision as per plat
thereof recorded in Deed Book 20, page
179 of the public records of Baker County,
Florida, said land also known as: A part of
the SWA/ of Section 32, Township 2 South,
Range 22 East, mbre particularly described
as follows: Commence at the Northwest
corner of Lot 16, of Lewis Subdivision as
recorded in Deed Book 20, page 179 of the
public records of Baker County, Florida, and
run East along the South right of way Lewis
Street 230.00 feet to the Northwest corner of
Lot 14, for a point of beginning; thence con-
tinue East along said South right of way line
115.00 feet, to Ine Northwest corner of Lot
14, thence S 0'03'10" W. along the East line
of said Lot 1-1, a distance of 276.22 feet to a
point on the North right of way line of County
Road No. 23-A; thence S 88"17'56"W,.along
said North right of way line, 115.05 feet to a
point on the West line of said Lot 14; thence
N 0"05'10"E, along ihe West line of said Lot
14, a distance of 276.46 feet to the North-
west corner of Lot 14 and the point of'begin-
Any person claiming an interest in the sur-
plus from the sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date of the Lis
Pendens must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale. "
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled
at no cost to you,'to the provision of cer-
tain assistance. Please contact (Al Fraser)
Clerk of Court of Baker County, Florida at
339. E. Macclenny Ave., Macclenny, Florida
(904)259-3121 within 2 working days of your
receipt of this notice of hearing, if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-
Dated this 29th day of August, 2006.

Al Fraser
As Clerk, Circuit Court
By: Jamie Crews
As Deputy Clerk
Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW 49th St., Suite 120.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone: 954-453-0365
Facsimile: 954-771-6052
Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438


FILE NO.: 02-2006-CP-037
The administration of the estate Lillian
Phagan DuBose a/k/a Lillian McCormick Du-
Bose, deceased, whose date of death was
June 10, 2006, and whose Social Security
Number is 261-32-4094, is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Baker County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 339 East
Macclenny Avenue, Suite 126, Macclenny,
Florida 32063. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served must file their
claim with this court within the later of three
months after the date of the first publication
of this notice or thirty days after the date of
service of a copy of this notice on them.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court within three months
after the date of the first publication of this
All claims not filed within the time periods
set forth in Section 733.702 of the Florida
Statutes probate code will be forever barred.
Notwithstanding the time periods set forth
above, any claim filed two (2) years or more
after the decedent's date of death is barred.
The date of the first publication of this
notice is September 14, 2006.
Attomey for Personal Representative:
Cooke & Meux, P.A.
Florida Bar No.: 110757
1301 Riverplace Blvd, Suite 2254
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Telephone: 904-396-5101
Personal Representative:
Martha DuBose Hill
370 E. Michigan Ave.
Macclenny, FL 32063



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has been led against you and you are re-
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es, if any, to it on Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A.
Attorney, whose address Is 445 East Mac-
clenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063;
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fore the 16th day of October, 2006, and to le
the original with the Clerk of this Court either
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a default will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or petition..
Witness my hand and seal of this Court on
the 8th day of September, 2006.
T.A. "Al" Fraser
Clerk of Court
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk

The Baker County District School
Board will hold the following public hearing
on Monday, October 16, 2006, at 6:30 pm
in the School Board District School Board
Room of the Baker County School Board Ad-
ministration Building, 270 South Boulevard
East, Macclenny, Florida 32063:
Revision of Policy 3.060+ (Safe and Se-
cure Schools).
Adoption of Policy 3.061+ (Option 2) (Do-
mestic Security).
This document is available for review
at the Baker County School Board Office,
392 South Boulevard E., Macclenny, Florida
32063 between the hours of 8:30 am and
4:00 pm, Monday through Thursday.
The public is invited to attend.
Paula T. Barton
9/7-10/12 Superintendent of Schools
CASE NO: 02-2006-CA-0134
Margaret 0. McDaniel
Plaintiff, -
Billy Jo McDaniel & Shiriey.
Baker, deceased and her heirs,
assigns, widower, devisee grantees,
creators or other parties claiming
through, by, under or against her
To: Shiriey Baker, deceased and her heirs, as-
signs, widower, devisee, grantees, creditors
or other parties claiming through, by, under or
against her
in YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Peti-
tion to Set Aside a Quit Claim Deed recorded
at OR BooK #2001-5851 of the Public Records
of Baker County has been led on the follow-
ing descnbed property
A lot beginning on the West nalf of the North-
west 1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of Section 30. Town-
ship 3 South, Range 21 East, 8 Cnains South
ol the Northwest comer of said West 1/2 of
the Northwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of said
Section 30, then run East 210.0 feet, then run
South 210.0 feet, then run West 210.0 feet to
said West line of said West 1/2 of the North-
west 1/4 of tne Northwest 1/4 of said Section
30 and then run North along tne West line of
said Section 30. a distance of 210.0 feet to the
point of beginning.
You are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any to the action on the
Petitioner's Attorney whose name and address
is Hugh D Fish, Jr. at PO. Box 531, Mac-
clenny,' Florida 32063, on or before October
5, 2006 and le the original with the Clerk ol
Court, either before service on the Petitioner's
Attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise,
a Summary Final Judgement will be entered
for the relief demanded in the petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court on
this 5th day of September, 2006.
T.A. "AI" Fraser
Clerk of Court
By: Bonnie M. Palleshi
Deputy Clerk
CASE NO: 02-2006-CA-0135
Sara Frances Ingram,
Rachel Howard Lane and
Clara Sue Reimer,
Plaintiffs, -
A.A. Geitgey and Lucy Geitgey,
his wife, not known to be dead -
or alive presumed to be dead;
And all unknown grantees,
creditors and all other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against them, and if dead, their
unknown spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and all other .
parties claiming by, through,
under or against them, and, if
dead, or not known to be dead
or alive, their several and
respective estates, unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees
and creditors, or other parties
claiming by, through, under
or against those unknown
natural persons, and the several
and respective unknown assigns,
successors in interest, trustees,
creditors, lienors or any other party
claiming by, through, under or
against any corporation, existing
or dissolved, or other legal entity
named as defendant, and all
claimants, persons or parties,
natural or corporate, or whose
exact legal status is unknown,
claiming under any of the above
named or described defendants or
parties, or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in and to the
lands hereafter described.
To: A.A.. Geitgey, not known to be dead or
Lucy Geitgey, not known to be dead or alive
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Action to
Quiet Title on the following property in Baker
County, Florida:
A part of Section 36, Township 2
South, Range 21 East, Baker County,
Florida, being more particularly de-
scribed as follows: Commence at the
Northwest corner of U.S. 90 West and
North Clinton Avenue, (a 60 foot right
of way as now established); Thence
North along the Westerly Right of Way
line of North Clinton Avenue a distance
of 1229.74 feet to the Point of Begin-
ning; thence continue North along said
Westerly Right of Way line a distance
of 157.50 feet; thence West a dis-
tance of 260.00 feet; thence South a
distance of 157.50 feet; thence East a
distance of 260.00 feet to the Point of
Also known as:
A lot beginning 157.5 feet South of
the NE comer of Block 80 of the Town
of Glen St..Mary, on the East line of
said block, then run Westerly, along
the South line of a lot owned by Josie
Lee Davis, as described in Deed Book
18, page 95-96, a distance of 260 feet,
to the West line of said Block 80, then
Southerly along the West line of said
Block 80, a distance of 157.5 feet,
then run East parallel with the North
line of said Block 80, a distance of
260 feet, to the East line of said Block
80, then run North along the East line
of said Block 80, a distance of 157.5
feet to the place of beginning.

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday September 14, 2006 Page 6

Reading in the Park
program Saturday
The PreK/Kindergarten Cen-
ter and Baker County Rotary
Club are sponsoring Reading in
the Park at Celebration Park in
Glen St. Mary on Saturday, Sep-
tember 16 from 9:00-11:00 am.
The program is designed to
promote reading, and includes a
book giveaway. Florida National
Guard of cers, along with school
personnel, will be available to
read to children..
The Rotarians will supply hot
dogs, chips and drinks. The event
is open to all local children.
For more details, call 259-0405.

BCHS: ACT 7:30 am, Aud. PreK/K Center:
Reading in the Park, Glen.
District wide: School Board Mtg. 6:30 pm.
BCHS: Volleyball vs. Lake Butler 5:30/6:30
pm. Football Booster Club Mtg. 7:00 pm,
Aud. KIS: "Celebrate Freedom!" week.
MES: Celebrate Constitution Day.
BCHS: Goll @ Panther Creek. Volleyball vs.
Middleburg (H) 5:00/6:30 pm. Slowpitch
@ Paxon 4:00 &-6:00 pm. BCMS: Football
@ Yulee 6:00 pm. Volleyball @ Richardson
5:00 pm. KIS: Health screening for 5th
grade. MES: After school luloring starts.
BCHS:; DT to Lake City. KIS: Health
screening for 5th grade.
BCHS: JV Football vs Lake Butler (HI 7 00
pm. Siowpitcn (H) 4:00 & 6:00 pm BCMS:
Volleyball vs. Callanan (H) 5:00/6.00 pm.
KIS: Academic recital, 4Tn grade. 6:30- ,
7:30 pm.
BCHS: Football vs. Ridgevew 7:30 pm.
Junior class pizza fundraiser. Volleyball

for the week of
Sept. 11-15
MONDAY: Breakfast pizza, fruit'
juice and milk
TUESDAY: Sa-u.ag&b hcuir, nriui
juice and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Cereal with
whole granm toa.st. fm.t i.ce and miulk.
THIURSDAY: Breakfast hot pock-
ec. fruit juice and nulk.
FRIDAY: Waffles, fruit juice and
Cold lunch plate or chef salad u'iih
whear roll or tcrackerst and dissert
ithenoif#redl OR
NMONDAY: Dell-turke. &
cheese on whole grain bun or oven
baked chicken -itb corn bread slice,
whipped potatoes, steamed broccoli.
chilled frnut choice, milk.
TUESDAY: Turkey Ham&
Cheese sand xich or BBQ Pork on
whole grain bun. lerruce and tomato
slices, baked fnes,. chilled fruit choice
and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Hamburger or hot
dog on a % hole gram bun,. Iruce and
tomato slices. baked potato rounds,
crispy slaw, chilled fruit choice, and a
homemade cookie and numlk.
THURSDAY: Slice of cheese
pizza or sloppy Joe on a bun, green
beans, tossed salad, fruit choice, and
FRIDAY: Fish crisp on a whole
grain bun or spaghetti w/ meat sauce
and a slice of Italian bread, baked
fries, crispy sliw, sliced cucumbers
w/ dressing, fruit choice, and warm
apple crisp and milk.

Another near-hostage
For the third time in two He then grabbed a hand-
months, police had to forcibly gun and pointed it at his wife,
remove someone from a resi- threatening to kill her. When she
dence, in this case a moonshine- pushed the gun away, he hit her
besotted Sanderson man with on the arm with the barrel, caus-
several weapons who was holed ing a small cut and bruising.
up in his home Saturday night Mr. Harvey grabbed a ri e
after an argument with his wife. and red a round into her car
Curtis Harvey, 44, was forced parked in front of the house.
from his home on CR 229, south At that point, Ms. Harvey and
of Mud Lake Road, when police her children ed to a neighbor's
red tear gas inside around 10 house where she'called police.
pm. The couple's 15-year-old son
He was charged with battery/ told Deputy Michael Crews that
domestic violence, discharging his father, 'apparently referring
a rearm in public and posses- to police, said. "If they want me'
sion of an illegal weapon. they can [expletive] try to come
His wife, Virginia Harve., get me and I'll kill them."
called police just before 7 pm. Deputies surrounded the home
She said Mr. Harvey had con- "and tried to communicate \\ith
sumed a large amount of moon- Mr. Har' e via loudspeaker be-
shine and accused her of having cause the house had no phone.
an affair. They argued and he He refused to respond. other
became enraged, cursing and than to re a .22 caliber weapon
throw ing things throughout the at' cat sitting on a couch out-
house. side the home.
_______ Police cut power to the house

at about 9:30, then a hqlf hour
later red one round of tear gas
inside. A few minutes 4lter, he
walked out the front door.
While asked why he| didn't
answer the loudspeaker calls,
Mr. Harvey said, "I was) asleep
the whole time y'all were here,
I guess."
Deputies, however, had seen
him several times walking
around inside the house during
the standoff.:
Among his cache of weap-
ons. he had a .45 caliber 1olt-ac-
tion sawed-offri e, a couple of
shotguns. and two.22s. .
On Jul\ 17, a fugitive' from
South Florida was apprehended
from a Glen St. Mary home after
a standoff w ith police. I
About two weeks lpter, a
suicidal Olustee womap was
wounded b\ police when the\
stormed her home and found
her inside a bathroom holding a

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and privilege to continue serving on the School
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have placed in me.
Again to each one of you
I say a great big THANK YOU!

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Molly Anabel Lamb

4Ava Clharleighl Eddi.,
Bo0 August22
Chris and April Eddins of
Macclenny are proud to an-
nounce the birth of daughter Ava
Charleigh on August 22. 2006 at
St. Vincent's Medical Center in
Jacksonville. Ava was born at,
7:38 am weighing 6 pounds, 3
ounces and she was 191 inches
long- ; '
Proud grandparents are Eva
Newmans of Macclenny and
Johnny Newmans of Sanderson,
Lavon and the late Charles Ed-
dins, and great-grandmother Es-
ther Starling, all of Macclenny.

,Kierstenl Cauaday

On winning the Miss
Diamond USA Pageant!
Gracie also received
medals for Miss Photo-
genic, prettiest eyes, and
most beautiful.
Her sponsors were Jewell
Trucking, Top Notch, Craw-
t'ord's Painting and Pressure
Washing, Pit Stop Portable
Toilets, family and friends.

Born August 21st
Chloe Lamb is excited to an-
nounce the birth of sister Molly
Anabel on August 21, 2006. She
weighed 7 pounds. 10 ounces
and was 201'. inches long.
Proud parents are Beau and
Tracy Lamb of Glen St. Mary;
maternal grandparents are Tim-
my and Carol Dugger; paternal
are Danny and Debbie Lamb, all
of Nlacclenny.

Cherokees to

host Pow-Wow
The Cherokees of Georgia
Tribal Council will host the 26th
annual Fall Pow-Wow at the St.
George, Ga. tribal grounds in
Charlton County October 4-6.
An addition this fall is the sev-
en-sided council house recently
constructed the third such
structure in the United States. It
will be open for. tours.
The Cherokees have also ar-
ranged for dance performances
all three days by Australian Ab-
The Pow-Wow features an ar-
ray of.inter-tribal dancing, story
telling and crafts. Admission is
free, but no pets will be allowed
on the grounds.
There are a limited number of
campsites. Call 904-845-7288 or
483-7099 for details.
for the week of September 18-22
MONDAY: BBQ Ribbette, baked
beans, potato salad, bread, hot apples,
TUESDAY: Roast turkey w/ gravy,
dressing, green beans, cranberry juice,
cranberry sauce, milk.
WEDNESDAY: Beef tips w/ gravy,
rice, creamed corn, steamed cabbage,
peaches, milk.
THURSDAY: Sliced ham, yams,
mixed veggies, pineapple tidbits, bread
FRIDAY: Beffaroni casserole, cal-
ifornia blend, spiced peaches, bread,

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September vows
Rasheda Nicole Ellis of Mac-
clennr and Michael Anthony
Jackson II of Jacksonville are
pleased to announce their upcom-
ing marriage on September 30.
The cereihony will be held at
3:p0 pm at Shiloh Metropolitan
Baptist Church on West Beaver
, St. in Jacksonville.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Flossie Ellis and Leroy
Ellis of Macclenny. The groom
is the son of Renee Howell and
Michael Anthony Jackson Sr. of

,ls. Filigain and Mr. McInto'/
September 16 vows
Alicia Fulgham and Jason Mc-
Intosh. both of Macclenny, are
pleased to announce their w\ed-
ding the evening of September
16 at Calvary Baptist Church in
Macclenny. The ceremony is at
6:00, and family and friends are
The couple will honeymoon in
theCaribbean on a cruise and re-
side in Macclernny.

The Bloodmobile will be at
the Taylor Church on Sunday,
September 17 from 9:30 am-1:00
pm. The Florida-Georgia Blood
Alliance urges Baker County
donors to take advantage of the
visits and avoid making the trip
to Jacksonville.
For more information, call
259-7324, ext. 221.

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tions to the Muscular Dystrophy
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the Fill the Boot Campaign will
help our members receive much-
needed medical equipment like
wheelchairs, leg braces and com-
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A very special thanks to the
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raised an outstanding $1102 and
the Macclenny Fire Department
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Mrs. Farmer

Hilda Campbell,

68, of Baldwin
Hilda Morgan Campbell, 68,
of Baldwin died September 11.
2006. She was born August 28,
1938 in Dupont, Ga. and attended
school in Patterson, Ga. She was
the daughter of the late Franklin
and Mairree Morgan.
Ms. Campbell is survived by
Stuart Campbell, her husband
of 48 years; daughters Sharon
Thummel and Sandra (Rich-
ard) Rothweiler; sons Stuart Jr.
and Scott (Emma) Campbell;
grandchildren Donna (Brian)
Bingham, Karla Thummel, Car-
rie Taylor. Colisha, Morgan
and Greg Campbell, and Robin
Couthren; great-grandchildren De-
siree, Zachary and Sabrina Bing-
ham and sister Vicki MacQuaig.
The funeral service will be at
11:00 am on Thursday, Septem-
ber 14 at the First Baptist Church
of Baldwin with Rev. Chris Drum
of citing. Interment will follow
in Brandy Branch Cemetery.
The family will receive friends
from 5:00-8:00 pm on Wednes-
day, September 13 in the chapel
of Prestwood Funeral Home in
In lieu of owers, the fam-
ily requests donations to the Sa-
maritan Fund at the First Baptist
Church, 97 S. Center St., Bald-
win, Florida 32234.

Phillip Crews of

Lawtey, age 39
Phillip Glenn Crews, 39, of
Lawtey, Fla. died on Monday,
September 11, 2006 at Shands
AGH in Gainesville following
an extended illness.
Mr. Crews was a native of
Jacksonville and lived in Lawtey
from an early age. He attended
'school in Bradford CountN and
was a physical therapist with
Florida Medical Clinic. He was
a Methodist.
He' is survived by parents
Joyce and Edward Dexter
Crews; brother Edward Crews,
all of Lawtey; sister Debbie Bell
of Tennessee.
The funeral service was at
10:00 am on Wednesday, Sep-
tember 13 at Manntown Con-
gregational Holiness Church in
Glen St. Mary with Rev. David
Hodges of citing, assisted by
Bishop Dale Howard. Burial was
in Manntown Cemetery. In lieu
of owers, the family requests
donations to Hospice of North
Central Florida, 4200 NW 90th
Blvd., Gainesville, Fla. 32606.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home
of Starke was in charge of ar-

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dies September 11
Windell Dugger, 59, of Sand-
erson dies Monday, September
11, 2006 at St. Vincent's Medical
I Center following an extended ill-
3 ness. He had resided in Sanderson
1 all his life arid was the son of the
late Hillary (Hid) Dugger and El-
sie Mae Harvey Dugger.
Mr. Dugger retired as a con-
crete foreman with the Haskell
Company of Jacksonville af-
ter over 20 years of service. He
loved to ride in the woods with
his grandchildren, and he was an
avid hunter. He was preceded in
death by brother George E. Dug-
Mr. Dugger- is survived by
wife Bessie L. Dugger; son Win-
dell Jasoni (Tabithai Dugger, all
of Sanderson; grandsons Blaine,
Tallon, Jackson and Jace Dug-
ger; sisters Mary Sno \ of Mac-
clenny, Shirle\ Jean Nettles of
St. NMar) 's, Ga., Frances Phillips
of Sanderson, Betty Yarbrough
of Glen St. Mary and Inez Bat-
ten of Lake City; brother M Tel in
Dugger of Crawfordville, Fla.
The funeral service for Mr.
Dugger will be at 11:00 am on
Friday, September. 14 in the.
chapel of Guerry Funeral Home
in Macclenny with his nephew
Richard Yarbrough delivering
the eulogy. Interment will be in
Cedar Creek Cemetery north of
The visitation will be from
6:00-8:00 on Thursday at the fu-
neral home.
Bud Harvey Sr.

dies September 10
Joseph "Bud" Harvey Sr, 63,
of Macclenny died September
10, 2006 at Baptist Medical Cen-.
ter in Jacksonville following an
illness.-He wasborB4-.,* 4.Aolen-
ny on Jul) 22, 1943 and lied in
Baker County all of his life. He
enjoyed shing, hunting, camp-
ing, being outdoors and spending
time with his family.
Mr. Harvey is survived by
children Tammy (Tim) Sweat,
Joe Harvey, Bubba (Lora) Har-.
vey, Marcus Harvey, Crystal
(Troy) Luedtke .and Michael
Harvey; sister Catherine Waters;
brothers Curtis Harvey and.Lacy
Harvey; 17 grandchildren and 4
great-grandchildren. He was pre-
deceased by his father and moth-
er Dewey and Jessie Harvey, his
brother John (Combread) Har-
vey, arid sisters Annie Brookens
and Minnie Mearl Grif s.
The funeral service was held
at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday,
September 13 in the chapel of
Ferreira Funeral Services in Mac-
clenny with pastors Tommy An-
derson and Edward McDonald
of citing. Interment followed
in Macedonia Cemetery.

Come and magnify the Lord and worship with us
Glen Friendship Tabernacle
Clinton Ave. Glen St. Mary
WJXR Radio Service Sunday,. .. 8:30 am
Morning Worship Service...... 10:30 am
SChildren's Church ............ 11:30 am
Evangelistic ................ 6:00 pm
Bible Study (Wed.)............. 7:30 pm
Rev Albert Starling Home: 259-3982 Church: 259-6521

rites Saturday
Wilhelmenia Farmer of Mac-
clenny died on September 11,
Missionary Farmer is sur-
vived by
Dr. Richard .
Farmer Sr., t.
her loving
and devoted
children 4 .
Bones, Pas-
tor Lynward
(Angie) Ms. Farmer
Bones, Ty-
rone Bones, Vanessa (Leo) Ruise,
Winifred and Reginald -Bones,
Luella Farmer, Flora (Edward)
Mitchell, Richard (Elizabeth)
Farmer Jr., Kenneth (Annie Mae)
and Terry (Harriette) Farmer.
The funeral. for M1 rs. Farmer
will be held at 1:00 on Saturday,
September 16 at the Emmanuel
Church of God in Christ with
Pastor Joe N. Ruise of citing.
Interment will follow at Mount
Herman Cemetery, Macclenny.
The visitation will be on Septem-
ber 15 from 5:00-7:00 pm and
at the church on Saturday from
11:30 am until the funeral ser-
vice. The cortege will assemble
at 508 MLK Drive at noon.
Brown-Green-Fralin Funeral
Directors of Macclenny is in
charge of arrangements.

Glen Hill PrimitiVe Baptist Church
Elder Arnold Johns
Sunday Services Starting 10:30 am
Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 pm
For information call: 259-9567
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Rex Ingram, 56,

ofMacclenny dies
Rex Ingram, 56, of Mac-
clenny died August 27, 2006 in
Jacksonville. He was a native of
Illinois and moved to Jackson-
ville in 1960, then to Macclenny
in 1978. He was in the concrete
Mr. Ingram is survived by
daughters April of Middleburg
and Sherry Allen of Mena, Ar-
kansas; step-son Kevin Wright
of Punta Gorda, Fla; ten grand-
children; uncle Ray (Chris) In-
gram of Baxley, Ga., aunts Doro-
thy (Mike) Green of Macclenny,
Barbara (Pat) Norris of Jackson-
ville, Mary (Roy) Shoots, Donna
Hester and her ance Gary of
Orlando; best friends Harold
Wilkinson, and Bill and Yuron
Hathcox, all of Macclenny.
Mr. Ingram's cremated re-
mains will be interred in Illinois
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Your wife, children and family

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We little knew that morning
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In death we do the same.
It broke our hearts to lose you,
You did not go alone.
For part of us wiient with \ou,
The day God called you home.
You left us peacefid memories.
Your love is still our guide.
And though we cannot see you,
You are always at our side.
Our family chain is broken,
And nothing seems the same.
But as God calls us one-by-one
The chain will link again.
Loved and missed by wife Sharon.
Children and grandchildren

Th- anks so much

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Jamboree kicks off season

for Youth Football League

S aturday was the opening day jamboree for the Baker
County Youth Football League, which this year features
19 teams divided into three divisions.
More than 450 boys and girls are taking part as players and
cheerleaders. There are also roughly 60 volunteer coaches.
YFL officers for the 2006 season are Richie Tharpe, president:
Chris Johnson. vice president: Tracey Tharpe. secretary/cheerlead-
ing: Barbara Trippet,. treasurer, Cecil Home, sergeant at arms. :
Here are the results from Saturday. by division:
Pee Wee (ages 6-8): Cowboys 18 Eagles 0: Vikings 18 Titans 0;
Jaguars 7'Bucs 0: Eagles 26 Packers 0.
Middle (ages 9-10): Chargers 8 Jets 8: Broncos 28 Panthers 6:1
Steelers 14 Chargers 0.
Senior (ages 11-13): Patriots l4 Falcons 7; 49ers 19 Redskins
0: Colts 13 Bears 0: Falcons 20 Dolphins 7.
On Monday night, the regular season officially started with the
Patriots beating the 49ers 13-6, and the Falcons beat the Redskins
20-19 in overtime.

Lady Cats fallto Warriors

Press Sports

The Lady Wildcats hit a rough
patch in their only match last
week, losing to the West Nassau
in three straight.
The Warriors easily handled
the Cat 25-10, 25-12, 25-22.
The Wildcats started flat and'
couldn't get into the flow of the
"We just did not come out
with any fight," said coach Chris:
The Cats are entering one of
the toughest portions of the sea-
son and Arnoreda is convinced
they \ ill have to up their level of
play if they are going to be suc-
"We have t0 find that passion
and fire that the team started with
at the beginning of the season.
The girls know the\ hae \\hat
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it takes to be a good team, but I
know they can be better than just
Tiffany Norman led the team
with 4 kills and 7 service points.
Cassie Kennedy had 7 assists.
The Cats play Bradford Coun-
ty in a home rematch at 5 pm
Thursday, then will take part in
the PK Yonge Gator Town Vol-
leyball Clasic in Gainesville Fri-
day and Saturday. The first game
starts at 5:30 pm Friday against
Bishop Verot of Fort Myers in
theBucholz High gym.
The junior H varsity also strug-
gled against the Lady Warriors,
losing two straight, 25-19 and
"We did not play the way we
are capable of playing and when-
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sant. they are off their game. I
am confident that the girls will
get back on track."

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of more physical."
Eastside coach Kent Johnson
said he thinks the Cats "probably
misjudged our passing game."
Eastside's quarterback Vince
Bro%\n there % for nearly 100
Sards. including a 49-yard touch-
down pass. He also ran for 77,
including a one-yard score.
As a team. the Rams had 300
yards in total offense.
"We ha\e a lot of skill-posi-
tion gu.s dwho can put the ball
in the end zone," said coach
Despite the mistakes in the
backfield, the Cats ran for 202
yards on 40 carries, an aver-
age of just over 5 yards per car-
ry. Holton led the way with 110
Once again, however, the
passing game left a lot to be de-
sired 2 for 15 for just 18 yards
and an interception. Running
back Chaz Johns caught both
passes, one for a touchdown.
On the season, the Cats have
thrown for 52 yaids. It looks
like this will be the first season

that a Johns-coached quarter-
back doesn't throw for a 1,000
, "They were quick on defense
and stunted on us every single
down because of our lack ,of
experience up-front," Johns said,
adding that until the Cats estab-
lish a "cohesive" passing game.
they won't be able to make
defenses play straight up.
On Friday the Cats travel to
Jacksonville to play Raines in
their first district game.
Raines is 0-3, but Johns said
the y'"e played tough, highly
ranked teams.
"We're not underestimating
their athletes and they're a little
bigger than us," he said. "We're
just hoping we can out-scheme
Looking back once more at
the Eastside game, Johns said his
players took the loss seriously
and he described Saturday's film
sessions as "solemn."
"Monday was the most atten-
tive practice we had all year....
We'll just chalk that game up to
a terrible night."

Cats' veter

look to sh
Press Sports
The Wildcat golf team had its
worst showing in a couple years,
splitting a tri-match to defeat
Suwannee County and lose to
Columbia County.
The Cats shot 180, their low-
est score in two seasons.
Columbia High won the
match with a 164 and Suwannee
shot 212.
"That was one of those per-
formances that you have to for-
get about in a hurry and move
on," said coach John Staples.
The team was playing on an
unfamiliar course and had trou-
ble reading the breaks.
"We know that and we've
got to play better. The great
thing with these veteran guys is
they know that without any pep
Trey Echols was low scorer
with a 41 and JJ Finley shot a



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Baker County 22


Eastside 41




"We weren't physical
We didn 'tget after
people. Were getting
softer instead of more

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Eastside story: jets on offense, sharks on D

Visiting Eastside High Rams hand Wildcats

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Press Sports
In the wake of the Wildcats' 41-22'
loss to Eastside last week, coach Bobby
Johns headed out to the practice field
Monday afternoon with an unfamiliar
It was the first time in three years he
had to conduct practice after a loss.
Johns returned to Baker County this
year after leading Blountstown High to
24 straight regular season wins, then
won his first two'as Cats'coach.
Each of the three previous years ended
with losses in the playoffs including
the state championship game in 2004
- %% which means there were no more prac-
tices those seasons.
"It's the first time in three years I had
to get up and go to work the next day,"
he said, referring to film sessions on
Asked how it felt, he laughed and
said, "Not very good."
Nonetheless, the intense Johns seemed
at ease on the field prior to practice
N monday.
"If I get too bent out of shape and
flustered, the kids will too," he said. "I
told them to put the game in the past and
move forward."
It's probably best that his players do
just that.
Despite entering the game 2-0 and

playing at home, they came out flat.
Their lack pf intensitN \\ as palpable and
'seemed to spread (o the crowd. %which
the previous week had.been energized
and raucus.
"There was a spiraling effect ... we
were flat, the fans were flat, and every-
one got flatter," Johns said Tuesday
morning. "If we had taken that first drive
down the field to score, we may have got
some excitement going."
But unlike the previous week at
home against Bradford County, the Cats
offense stalled, thanks to key mistakes,
including a dropped pass.
Those mistakes continued through
most of the game, and the -two most
obvious led to defensive touchdowns by
the Rams.
The first one was when quarterback
Carlos Holton and running back Lucious
Lee were unable to connect on a swing
pass in the right flat. As it turned out,
however, it was ruled a lateral, so when
the ball fell to the ground a Rams player
scooped it up and ran it in.
The second key mistake killed a
fourth-quarter rally by the Cats and cost
them any chance at the win.
After recovering their second con-
secutive onsides kick, Baker seemed
poised to make a game of it with about
four minutes left.
The first onsides kick had led to a

touchdown 'that drew the Cats to within
34-22. If they could do it again, they'd
be one touchdown away from the lead.
After a good run was negated by a
penalty, Holton tried a shovel pass that
bounced off Lee's shoulder pads into the
hands of a Rams' defender, who returned
it for the game-elinching touchdown.
"It would have been. tough to come
back, but at least our kids played hard at
the end. I wish they would have played

that way at the beginning."
In addition to those crucial errors, the
Cats made a lot of mistakes in the back-
field, including missed blocks and not
carrying out fakes, Johns said.
He also lamented dropped passes and
"atrocious" blocking by the offensive
"We weren't physical. We didn't get
after people. We're getting softer instead
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By the numbers

Chalk talk

by Bobby Johns Film star

Eastside 6 14 7 14 41
Baker County 0 0 8 14 22
Carlos Holton 15-110 (2 touchdowns, 1 two-point conversion), Lucious
Lee 17-76 (two-point conversion), Chaz Johns 4-9, Jamarr Farmer 4-7.
Holton 2-14-18 (touchdown), Rowe 0-1.

Chaz Johns 2-18 (touchdown).



Chaz Johns 15, Rod Rentz 13, Darvin Ruise 10, Dylan Mann.7, Tommy
Moore 7, Carlos Holton 7, Lucious Lee 6, Alvin Hughes 6.
Season Leaders
Rushing: Lee 60-352
Passing: Holton 4-24-43 (2 touchdowns, interception)
Receiving: Johns 3-30
Tackles: Rentz 32

The big tuning point this past week came in the second half when it looked as if we were going
to mount a comeback. We had an opportunity to score and had a matchup on the linebacker that we
thought we could win.
With us running the Veer as much as we do, we felt as if the Veer pass was a good call for us to
isolate the linebacker. The routes we were supposed to run were not executed and we ended up with a
lateral pass that we did not recover. Eastside picked it upand ran it back for the touchdown that helped
put the game back into their hands.
The play is designed to be a play-action off the Veer running play and to freeze the linebacker
so we can hit the hot route behind him. It must be blocked and faked like the Veer run and the
quarterback must make a quick read on the linebacker to choose his target. We did not execute
the play properly and it resulted in a fumble.

7 Rod Rentz
senior wide receiver/defensive back
the first-year player leads the team in
tackles for the season
when linebacker Hank Farmer got hurt
against Eastside, Wildcat coaches asked
Rentz to move from safety to fill in
"He had not played the position at all in
practice. We coached him up during the
game. He did an outstanding job," said
Bobby Johns.
"He has a great attitude and is a leader on

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Tommy Moore can't haul in this pass
on the last play of the game.

Cats'offensive line opens a hole for Lucious Lee to score on a two-point conversion.

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that really makes a house stand
out nowadays price it at market.
yalue. Sellers need to understand
that although prices are not drop-
-ping. they aren't really growing at
the rate that property o\ ners had
-grown accustomed to. In fact, the
average appreciation rate in Florida,
has recently sunk to a mere 4.68%
annually. That is a drop of nearly
five percent over this time last year.
Keep in mind that this still repre-
sents a growth in home values, not
a decline. It just means that sellers
can't really expect to be able to add
that 1-3% 'let's see" money on top
of the market value for their price
tag like the3 could do last year.
Aside from the price being right,
I've come up with seven techniques
sellers can use to help cut down on
the time their homes spend on the
1. Offer a home warranty. Many
sellers aren't really all that aware
of what a home \\arrant\ does for
themselves and the buyers. Most
home warranties take effect on the
day that the home is purchased and
coverage lasts for a full year after
that. If any appliances, such as air
conditioning units or dishwashers,_
etc, break down during'that time,
h'the buyers can pay a small techni-
'cian fee and have the entire system
.either repaired or replaced, which-
ever is appropriate.
^ This gives the buyers the peace
,of mind of knowing that they won't
lave to worry about having to shell
,ut a ton of money for repairs in a
'home which they just shelled out a

ing your h ome stand

tonof money to purchase. jidge a. book by its cover, and 2) if it seems like there will be months
It also helps the sellers by letting Most people general\ judge a book of work and renovations as soon as.
them know that the\ won't be a get- by its cover.. the\ move into the house. Having to
ting a call from the buNers or the Having a sharp looking and relocate all of their furniture to put

buyers' lawyers about some faulty
appliance which they're guessing
the sellers probably knew was on
the fritz.
Several companies offer' home
x arranties, but one of the most
popular is the coverage offered by,
American Home Shield, or AHS.
Policies and scope of coverage vary,
but a basic home warranty. will cost
about $395. Go to 'ivw.ah.ssales.
corn to find more info and order a
2. Spruce up'that curb appeal. I
recently, sold a home in Macclenny
that was fantastic on the inside,
but there was just nothing all that
appealing about it from the outside.
In fact, some of the agents I contact-
ed after their scheduled show ings
on the property to see how it went
had mentioned that the buyers never
even made it inside the home. They
took one look at the outside and
decided they didn't need to see any-
more. Of the bu)eirs who did go in,
the feedback was great. After all, the
home had been completely remod-.
eled inside.
There are two lessons to be
learned from this story: 1) Never

attractive outside can have a signifi-
cant effect on the price at which a
home sells, not to mention how\ long
it takes to find that perfect buN er.
3. Gi\e the interior walls a nice
fresh coat of paint. Sellers generallyN
dread the idea of having to move
all the furniture and lay down miles
of painters tape just have their last
: memories of their home be over-
shado\ed with a strong paint smell.
However. repainting goes a long
way toward giving a home a newer,
less lived-in feel. Tri to keep in
mind that a home that feels less like
someone else's home \\ ill more eas-
ily feel like it could be the buyer's
next home \\hen they're trying to
picture themselves there.
Keep the colors neutral and bright
to a'oid offending someone's taste
and to make the rooms feel larger.
4. Consider putting in new car-
pet. Filthy and heavily stained car-
,pet is a sure-fire way to make a
home look like a dump in the eyes
of the buyers from the second they'
walk in the door. Sometimes a good
thorough cleaning will take care of
the problem. Sometimes it won't.
Buyers will often discount a home

in new carpet right after they. just
moved it in %vill certainly not sound
Very appealing to potential buyers.
5. Consideradvertising that you're
offering allowances. If you're not in,
the mood or don't have the time or
money to paint or put in new carpet,
but you know that the home really
does need it, there is another option


that is almost just as good. You
might offer a carpet allowance to be
paid back to the buyers at the clos-
ing table from sour proceeds. The
amount to offer is usually) based on
the square footage that is carpeted in
the home. It is pretty common lateL
ly that people will offer or request
around $2500 for carpet.
Sellers also offer redecorating
allow ances from time to time. These
are more or less a catch-all that is
offered in the case of a home that
hasn't been updated in years and has
fallen behind what is normnnal conim-
pared to other homes on the mar-
Redecorating allowances can
actually be pretty high. but their
worth considering if everyone \\ho
comes to see the home complains of
how dated it looks. Basically. some-
times it costs money to make money
in the sale of a home.
'6. Offer to pay closing costs.
If you're truly motivated to sell a
home and don't \ant to wait your
turn in line behind the competition
in your neighborhood. you night be
willing to pay some or all of a buy-
er's closing costs. It is not necessary
in the current market to expect to
have to pa\ these costs. That's w-h\
doing so really makes people want
your house above the others. The
less money it takes for the buyers to
get moved in, the more concessions
they will be killing g to make to steer
them into N our home; e\en if it isn't
exactly what. they're, looking for.
Even if you're only offer one or two
thousand dollars toward the buyers'
closing. now-it seems like a deal.
If paying a certain percentage
of the price or a flat dollar amount
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4 Steps to a

Quality Interior Paint Job

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Choose the
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Use the
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Courtesy of The ROhbi n.rrd H.u,. F'Wil Qualio. Institute

(MS) It's not surprising
that interior painting is the
most popular do-it-yourself
home-improvement project.
You can transform an entire
room in a short period of
time, with minimal effort
and little expense. To help
you succeed in your next
interior painting endeavor,
the experts at the Rohm and
Haas Paint Quality Institute
suggest that you follow
these four basic steps:
1. Prepare the surface
properly. Good .paint
performance depends
largely on good paint
adhesion. Paint adheres best
to surfaces that are clean
and sound.
Remove dust, dirt and
grime from all surfaces
using a detergent-and-water
solution. Rinse, then allow
to dry. Next, fill in small
holes and cracks with either
filling compound or caulk.,
Allow to dry and make
a second application if
necessary. Then prime any
repaired areas or unpainted
surfaces with a quality
interior latex primer.. If
there are any water stains'
or other discolorations, use
a stain-blocking primer. To
ensure the most uniform
consider priming the entire
area to be painted.
2. Use the right tools and
brushes. Quality brushes
and rollers apply paint
more smoothly and evenly.
Furthermore, applying
a heavy, smooth coat
delivers maximum hiding
and durability, which helps
the paint film stand up to
cleaning and scrubbing.
The best brushes are well
balanced, hold a lot of paint
and distribute it evenly.
Look for tightly. packed
bristles, and test them for
flexibility by fanning them
out. Tug lightly on the
bristles if more than a
couple come out, consider
another brush.
Sturdy, top-quality rollers
apply paint heavier and
more evenly than economy
When applying water-
based coatings, use
only synthetic (nylon or
polyester) bristle brushes

For more information on
paints and painting, visit.

and roller covers. Alkyd
and oil-based paints can be
applied with either natural-
material or synthetic
3. Choose the right gloss
level. From an aesthetic
standpoint, decide what
sheen level will look best
on the surface. Practically,
however, also consider how
the paint will be expected to.
perform: Ahigher gloss level
will highlight imperfections
in the wall, but it also offers
easier cleanup of any dirt or
stains that get on the paint.
4. Use top quality paint.
Compared to ordinary
interior paints, top quality
products provide superior
adhesion and better stain
resistance, apply more
smoothly and generally look
better longer. Top quality
paints also'won't spatter or
show brush or roller marks
during application. These
paints are also tougher and
more durable than ordinary
grades; resist yellowing
and have superior stain

In established Macclenny neighborhood, 3/2 home has large bonus
room. It is 2298 sq. ft., has large screened back porch, plus screened
side porch. The kitchen is large with lots of cabinets, also large family
room. On 2 city lots with back yard fenced, this one is a must see !!

Many extras! 3 BR/2 BA on 1 acre.
Covered porch & patio, 2 car garage
& 295 sf bonus room. Laminate wood ..-..
floor, carpet & tile, gas FP, central vacuum, security system, pre-wired
for home theatre. $259,900

on 1.21 acres in Glen St. Mary. -1
Live in the MH while you complete the house.

2 lots on US 90- in Glen St. Mary with
building. Excellent business opportunity.

.98 Acrt

4BR/3BA. 2430sf home on 5.14
aces. 4 stall barn with feed
and tack room. Area is fenced
with separate fences Home is
on comer lot with side and front
entry. Kitchen updated, and much
more. MLS#313581, $395,000

FARM COUNTRY- 53 picture
perfect acres Fenced/ciss
fenced, 2 ponds Has electric,
well, septic system & phone
lines. All upgraded/new in
last 12 months. MLS#307155,

3BR/2.5BA, 1680 SF home on
spectacular lot. Offers huge
family room, large updated
kitchen w/oversized cabinets
and eating area. Finished 2 car
garage w/separate detached
garage in back. 2 covered patios
and beautiful landscaping. Mstr
bath w/garden tub and his & her
closets. MLS#318595, $234,500

If your home, or someones you know, has exceptional interior
design, unique architecture or special features-

Contact Kelley Lannigan at THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS
259-2400 or bcpress@nefcom.net

Beautiful 3000+ SF pool home on over 5.5 acres
| | $469,900
, -, i 4 BR'3BA. formal dining room, eat-in kitchen with island and
4.. '- hickory cabinets, great room \ ith brick fireplace, huge mas-
-4-1: ter bath %\ith garden tub and \\alk-in closet, wood floors and
2-foot ceilings throughout. All this. plus an attached 2-car
: garage. detached 1-car garage. wrap-around front porch. large
screened porch overlooking pool & spa. RV parking;hook-up
.':259-9500 / 881-41 and fenced rear.
"," ... "...259-9500 / 881-4197

Florida m

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Jim Smith, Real Estate Broker
Sales Associates
Josie Davis Mark Lancaster Juanice Padgett
Andrew P. Smith Teresa Yarborough
799 S. 6th St., Macclenny

259-6555 M-Lwi
NVew liwiin Fl.-r upper t':r l,:, nicr i '.hcnTi.ri hui'-dri 4 -p.3' ,L bI:
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Pond mnOl.wce Ned I ,,,:,r- $69900 home 1"^ SF, 3

J.111.1 1 1- .. .

S Brick. 1632SF. 3 BR.
kitchen, large family
.. loom .,ith fireplace.
'7 Convenient location.
Zoned for residential
'..".--, or office use. hlus is
'. ;,,; ,,,,! -, ,? ^ a nice home tfor onl\
... $154.900

Reduced- Ten high and dry acres zoned for horses. Located
3 miles \\est of Glen St. MNar, ofofLiUS 90. Good road front-
age. Niodular, marlufaCtred and conentiuonal homes rwel-
come Reduced to $164,900
investment,. Opportunit'- .91 acre zoned for duplexes.
Property also includes a nice 3 BR, 2 BA home \\, large mod-
emr kitchen, spacious family\ room. fireplace and other ame-
nines. Home & duplex lots priced to sell at $250.000

o 2. ic% "1.14 rrunuliieu~Ird
3BR. BA t fu, &dz. on 11.1
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K"Ini. Olde IfIr Iiomryi,~ hei cr,%erud w.

3 BR. I BA %'in,. I -idt,'rL e% roof oni 1 JreC 11
' $ 10iW.OOO.Tony G,' 'cI,' Rd. Sand-?rion
Nic, olIder 5tH imIFkid rc k rio..d & .
.,dawric. 'i BR. P: B X. iP. ;crecri & open plrch.
A.i p27uud roi. pri, j.:.. fence L ,rg2e Too,rQ
i-.1idjre.'' ni crricr lot Rea~ouahl priced

home sitting on 5.2 acres that has been'
partially cleared and fenced. Bring your
horses. Close to downtown. MLS#315369,

55.k k,ali, Corp, RECsTORSO

2500 SF 4BR/3BA house. Completely remodeled and
updated! New Kitchenaid appliances. New wiring,
plumbing and air conditioning! Stone and wood floor-
ing, vinyl board fence. Two new electric fireplaces!

Beautiful old neighborhood
in Macclenny. Your children
can walk to school. 1560 SF

DW on 5.05 acres. 1 acre cleared. Well and
pump. Kitchen equipped. Great room and
more. Bring your horses. MLS#311823,'

platted as a 5 acre and 2.5 acre
parcel Shady loi panrally cleared
T shape lot with paved access
from CR-130. Also have access
from private road. MLS#312559,

- 3BR/3BA, 3146 SF home
in established area. Features
.draaic storieeniuformal iving
and dining Den wnh fireplace
exposed beams, equipped kitchen
w/pantry &eat-in area. Inside
laundry, bonus room w/double
closets. Florida room looking
over tranquil backyard w/in-
ground pool and much more.
MLS#290659, $460,000

VACANT LAND-.12.08 acres
with approx. 1 acre cleared to
build a home. Well, electric,
telephone, covered carport, utility
shed and 5th wheel included
with land purchase. ML0#320255,

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY- Brick home & two additional
lots to build on in excellent location for convenience to 1-10 and
shopping. Remodeled with new kitchen, stove & refrigerator.
All 3 for $189,900

Well established business in the fastest growing area of Macclenny.
Excellent corner lot location! Beverage License is available!
Richard's Grocery & Meat Market, 386 N. Lowder St., Macclenny
$389,000" owner will stay on to train you for 6 months.

HOMES AND LAND of North Florida, Inc.
on 121 1 Wayne Combs, Licensed Real Estate Broker

)1 acres k,. 259-7709 338-4528 cell
ated SF. We can show and sell all listings!

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rn. Add'l

Anne Kitching, Realtor 962-8064 Wendy Smith, Realtor 710-0528
Tina Melvin, Realtor 233-2743 cell.

An old friend is moving to your neighborhood...

135Cafe odS out, ackonile,: g. 04J290

ns a water &Gsewer. LCurrentiy rented at Beauti ntry Home on 5.0
n11 w0mi Cr bVuIC. UU ly IlUU $i3L50 Beautiful Country Home on 5.0
$1100/month. $305,000
Excellentelot. East 4 BR/3 BA A ro. 2350 he,
Macclen ,000. Detach cn
Excellent Business Location! 1.25 acres sized in-ground pool, & large baW
with 320 feet highway frontage on busy
121 North. Zoned Commercial neighbor- land w/pond also available. $42
hood. $419,000

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toward closing costs is some-
'thing you're willing to do,
. advertise that on your flyers
and in ads to let buyers know
7. Be willing to Co-Op
with agents. If you are trying
to sell by owner to keep from
having to pay a commission,
you may be finding that it's
not going as well as you
thought it would. In a normal
market like the current one,
buyers spend less and less
time out there actually look-
ing for homes for sale. That's
because they're not all that
hard to find when there's so
many available. Unless the
proper advertising is being
used, these buyers may not
ever find out that your house
is on the market.
Consider a Co-Op, or
cooperating, with real estate
agents to sell your home.
In this deal, the agents will
show your home to their buy-
ers if you agree to pay them
a certain percentage, usu-
ally half of what they would
charge for a full listing in
which they do all the market-
ing for you. Sure, it will cost
some of your net profit, but
how does that amount com-'
pare with the money you're
paying in mortgage pay-
ments (which are probably
mostly interest and won't be
recouped in the sale) while
waiting months for someone

to buy the home?
You don't have to wait for
agents to offer this Co-Op
to you. You can take the ini-
tiative and call them to tell
them about your willingness
to participate. It might not
help, but it certainly won't
hurt and it will probably
cause your home to sell a
whole lot faster. Also, you'd
be amazed at all the freebie
services you can squeeze out

of agents while you're sell-
ing on your own if they think
you might someday list with
them. Don't tell anyone I said


Deadline Monday at 5:00

3 BR,3 BA brickicedar
S -. home. 2344 SFon 3.2
acres zoned for horses.
A Nice 24x48 block barn
An 6083 Shelley Lane
igt h. Macclenny
r T= (off fMudlake Rdc.
n $3+19000 $299.000)
p 259-6979 appt. only

Gas is $3 a gallon...

what are you waiting for ?
An excellent opportunity for a
bright, self-motivated person
right here in Baker County.

No commuting to Jacksonville.
Part time with full time potential,
salary base with commission -
sales and marketing experience helpful.

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

Good benefits. Pay based on experience.

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

or call 1-800-486-7504

The Ideal Realtor

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Watson Realty Corp. REALTORS'

Florida Real Estate License since 1994


Experience in:

New Construction Residential Homes Vacant Land

Over 15 Years Mortgage Experience- Obtained a Florida Builders Contractor License

If you or anyone you know is interested in buying or selling real estate please call me.
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Beautiful 3000+ SF pool home on over 5.5 acres
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hickor\ cabinets. great room \\ith brick fireplace. huge mas-
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S a12-foot ceilings throughout. All this. plus an attached 2-car
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3 BR, 2 BA 2229 SF home with hardwood floors, arched
hallways, stone tile floors, luxurious formal dining room. You
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Please call our office for directions to our
OPENHOUSE this Saturday, September 16,
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S' An adorable 3 BR/2 BA home, on 1.33 acres and a
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9. The child's room and master bathroom have custom paint jobs
5 that you just must see. An adorable Koi pond & new back deck
in the process of being completed with a roof and fireplace
with a new stone front & hearth. Take the short ride, just over
S- .: ':; -.. the FL/GA line to see this beauty!!! $184,900 MAC-022
Georgia 3BR/2BA 1.31 acres $187,000 MACAvl043 Callahan 3BR2BA on 1+ acre 3 car garage $169,900 MAC-014
Georgia 16 acres paved frontage CR185 $14,500/acre MAC-eel Georgia Douglas 3BR/1BA Brick Home $64,200 MAC-c5
Jacksonvile Commercial potential 1.39 acres $500,000 MiAC-OO Georgia SMRB Off River 2006 DW/MH 1+ acres $132,500 MAc-016
Macclenny Commercial US 90 frontage .43 ac. Owner Finance Jacksonville Investment 2 rental houses $218,900 MAC-019
MAC-004 Macclenny 3/2 almost all Brick Home 1884 SF, 1 ac. $279,000
Sanderson 7.9 acre zoned home or M/TI $78,210 MAC-o07 MAC-020
Macclenny Convenience store, great potential .66 ac. $350,000 Georgia 2/2 Wood cottage, 1+acre river lot $168,000
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American Saddlery youth saddle,
dark oil, very nice. $200. 912-843-
2098. 9/7-14p
Queen size mattress set, frame,
headboard, $200; matching dress-
er, $200. 912-843-2098. 9/7-14p
1998 New Holland 1725 tractor,
29 HP, 350 hours, with mower,
blade & boom, $10,000. 912-843-
2098. .-9, 7-14p
Gehl feed grinder, $1500; John
Deere 1 row corn picker & wag-
on, 3 spares, $500; Hammer mill,
$300. 275-2683. 8/31tfc

5 piece oak bedroom set
size with mattress, $750; 1T
im crib sets, $10 each; 25c

Oak dining table w/2 le;
chairs, table needs som
seats 6-10, $500. 259-372

Dell keyboard & mouse, $10u. 259-
2400. 6/15tfc
The weather is cooling, the leaves
are falling and The Franklin Mer-
cantile is re-opening Saturday,
September 2,3 the 1st day of au-
tumn. Come see what's new! Fri-
days & Saturdays 10:00 am-5:00
pm at the railroad crossing in Glen.
259-6040. 9/14c
3X24 ft., 29 gauge, metal roofing;
2x6, 44 ft., load bearing, trusses.
334-6695. 9/7-28c
Bed, beautiful temp-pedic mem-
ory foam mattress & boxsprings,
new in plastic, with warranty, retail
$950, must sell $379, can deliver.
904-858-9350. 8/lOtfc
Epson Stylus color 600 printer,
$25. 259-2400. 4/20tfc
6 piece bedroom set, queen mat-
tress & boxsprings, new in boxes,
$499, can deliver. 904-858-9350.
Newgen DesignXpress 12 laser
- printer, ethernet, parallel, serial,
appletalk, SCSI connectivity. Prints
up to 11x17, uses HP toner &
drum. PC or MAC, has one tray &
power cord, $250. 259-2400.
Good used appliances. 90 day
money back guarantee. 266-4717.
16 ft. dual axle trailer, $800; 4
aluminum 16 ft walkboards, $200.
344-0581. 9/14p

2000 Yamaha Wave Runner, 3 2006 Honda CRF250R motorcycle,
seater with trailer, very low hours, good condition. 904-591-3724. Friday 8:00 am-?, 533 N. 5th St.
good condition, $5000. 259-4602. 9/14p .'0il. Good stuff, no junk! 2 families.
7/13tfc I axle trailer, 6x14, $450: tractor. A .E Friday & Saturday 8:30 am-?, 5878
Solid wood cherry sleigh bed 5 implements, runs great, $1800; *" .- Irvin St.. Lowder S. to Denise, follow
with mattress & boxsprings, retail Toro w/4 cylinder diesel, manual signs.
$950, sacrifice for $395, can de- 4 speed, hydraulic dump, $1400. VO'"W&ar 80- A 9
liver. 904-858-9350. 8 'lOtfc Don't call me unless you have Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, 7349
King pillowtop, new with warranty, money! 912-266-1641. 9 14pT W. Madison Ave. Glen.
$289, can deliver. 904-391-0015. Friday & Saturday 8:30 am-?, End of
8, lOtfc Miltondale Rd. 2 houses on Friday, 4
Antique breakfront buffet, break- houses on Saturday. Toys & furniture.

front china cabinet, buffet, all ma-
hogany, can be seen at Southern
Charm. 259-4140. 12/9tfc
Mahogany secretary, beautiful
piece, excellent condition. South-
ern Charm 259-4140. 12 '9tfc
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs,
very ornate, fluted legs, rate; half
round foyer console. All pieces are
mahogany wood. Southern Charm.
259-4140. 2/3tfc
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much,
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street. 259-3737. tfc
Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic.
$199. 904-398-5200. 8"'lOtfc
Nikon Scan Touch oversized flat-
bed scanner with SCSI connection,
$75. 259-2400. 6/15tfc
BEFCO finish mower. 6'. PTO
powered, new condition, $2300
new, asking $1850 firm. 904-502-,
7408.. 9/14p
2001 Polaris 250, 4 wheeler, great
condition, asking $3000, negotia-
ble. 259-8516. 9/14p
Gooseneck trailer, 7'x24', less
than 200 miles on trailer, asking
$4950. 904-502-7408. 9/14p
2000, 30 ft. 5th wheel Terry camp-
er, 50 year edition, 2 slides, TV
w/VCR & DVD, stereo w/CD player,
ceiling fan, all upgrades. Must see
to appreciate. 904-612-8256 or
259-3281.': .- 9'14-21p"
Rotary tiller, 6'. PTO powered.
hardly used, in new condition, cost
$1600 new, asking $1250 firm.
904-502-7408. 9/14p

L, queen Dresser w/matching twin'head-
wo-den- board and twin motorized bed,
9-2746. $300 for the set; sofa bed, full
6/8tfc size, floral print w/pillow, only
afs & 8 used a few times, $500; lift chair,
e work, doesn't work. make offer: 19" TV
11. w,. DVD player, $100, microwave,
9/14p new, $30. 904-563-3029.9
4 n % 9/14-28p

3 piece living room suite couch,
loveseat & chair, forest green,
$250. 259-0584 or 813-4900.
Snapper lawn mower, boat trailer,
1996 Regal, car runs good, make
offers. 275-2321 after 7:00 pm.
44" Grasshopper, zero radius
mower w/23 HP Kawasaki en-
gine; 61/2'x12' dual axle trailer w/
weedeater rack & tailgate, both
for $2700. 904-251-4451 or 912-
843-2648. 9/14-21p
26x30 hip set of trusses, 412
pitch, 16" overhang, $1500. A&R
Truss 259-3300. 9/14tfc
32" TV, dual VCR & entertainment
center, $175; GE 18.2 cf refrig-
erator w/ice maker, $40; vintage
stereo in wooden cabinet, $30;
Hammond chord organ w/bench,
$200. 653-1247 or 259-3650.
Pipe rack for small truck, $100;
Bointo boat, 14 ft., rigged for fish-
ing, trolling motor, 70 HP Johnson,
fish finder, $1000. 653-1612.
1998 Smokercraft 16'6", all alu-
minum, w/60 HP Evinrude & troll-
ing motor, $3200 OBO; factory
Dodge rims, 20", $300; 7 piece
living room suite, blue & white,
$400. 259-6063 or 759-1310 or
509-0296. 9/14p


Over the road drivers needed.
New trucks with ThermoKing APU's, 1800 watt inverters, top of the line
leather seats, walk-in condo sleepers, and new air-ride front suspension
for a smoother ride than you have ever experienced. Home several nights
most weeks as we have a good mixture of regional and over the road.
Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching that 'comes from only
dispatching 25 trucks locally. Earn up to 30% of revenue immediately.
NO WAITING!!! New increased layover pay. Up to $100.00 per day.
2 weeks vacation. $1200.00 per year Safety Bonus. Driver of the Year
bonus. Driver recruitment bonus. Medical and dental insurance. Need 2
years experience.
904-368-0777 or 888-919-8898

1991 Mercedes 190E, A/C, pow-
er windows, 4 door, good condi-
tion. 259-3550. 9/14p
1999 Expedition, automatic,
leather exterior, cold a c. 3rd seat
rear end, runs good, 128k miles,
$6800. 343-8616. 9/14p
1999 Honda Coupe, leather, CD
player, sunroof, spoiler, good cond-
tion, $7500. 904-588-2815.9.. 7Tfc
1999 Ford Ranger extended cab,
4 cylinder, 5 speed, 85K miles,
runs good, $4500. 259-5499 or
226-1647. 9/14-21p
1993 Honda Civic, automatic, cold
a/c, 4 door, $1400. 343-8616.
2002 Ford Explorer LS, 78,000
miles, w/extended warranty, V6,
automatic, CD, power, steering, tilt
wheel, cruise control, tow package'
rear air, aluminium wheels,, new
tires, $11,500. 259-7574.8/31tfc
2000 Kia Sepha, loaded, cold a/
c, awesome gas mileage, $2900
OBO. 653-1656. 9 '14p
1995 Nissan Maxima, runs good,
sunroof, A/C, 200K miles, new
tires, $900. 904-343-6042. 9.'7p
1991 Ford Taurus, V6, good gas
mileage, $1200. 904-591-2916.
1992 Ford extended cab, 4x4, V8,
sPice trck, $4000 OBO.-904-514-
6352. 9, 14p

Driver Jacksonville Terminal

Dedicated Shorthaul
Avg. $683 $907 /week
85% preloaded/pretatped
CDL-A required

miscellaneous. Multi-family
Saturday 7:00 am-?, 633 S. Lowder & Edgar, off 23A.
Saturday 9:00 am-2:00 pm, 11310 Deerwood Circle. TVs,
VCRs. microwaves, home items, accessories, baby stuff.
small & large children's clothing, men & women's clothing.
4 wheeler, children's pool table w ping pong & poker set up.
Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm, 8042 Hwy 90 across from Soul's
Harbor Church, Glen. Nice children & adult clothes, semi-
formal & formal, furniture, home deco. household items.
Karoake machine, PS2 games & much more. Rain cancels.
Big, big. big sale!!
Saturday 8:00 am-noon, 365 N. Fourth St. Clothes, furniture,
toys. household items, baby bed & clothes.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 10731 Westside St. behind high school. .
Household items, clothes, miscellaneous items. 3 families.

1985 GM.C Jimmy S-10 350-
700R4, runs good, $4000 OBO.
Call for more details 275-3415.

We do small job land clearing,
bush hog mowing, scatter dirt, root
rake. etc., also tree trimming & re-
moval. 259-7968. 6 29tfc

R sRer

weLL DriLLi'vEg

2" & 4" Wells
Water & Iron Conditioners
Call Roger or Roger Dale

Family Owned & Operated
Licensed & Insured

House cleaning. Very dependable,
personalized service. Call Cindy at
259-9563. 9/14-21p
Childcare in my home. Experienced
& references upon request. Ages
1-10 years. $20,/day, all day, $15/
day, before & after school. Avail-
able to subs on as needed basis.
259-6212 home or 226-1856 cell.

Part-time Dispatcher
(Days. nights. &
some weekends)
To work in our Lake
Butler Facility. Apply
in person at Pritchett
Trucking, 1050 SE
6th St. (HWY 121),
Lake Butler, FL
Or call
Don Montgomery at
888-578-1842/ 386-496-2630


Local $575 $675 Home Every Night

OTR $650-$800+ Home 1-2 Nights Plus Weekends
Health/Life Insurance Available Paid Vacation
401K Weekly Bonus $500 Quarterly Safety/Performance Bonus
DOT Inspection Bonus Driver Referral Bonus

CALL 1-800-808-3052


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Cash for your junk car or truck. I
haul. 904-509-0921. 5/4-10/26p
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in
good condition. Call Karin at South-
ern Charm 259-4140. 2/13tfc
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-
7968. 4/22tfc

7 month old female bloodhound,
AKC, $400 firm. 904-514-6352.
Rednose pups, 15 weeks old,
shots & dewormed, 2 males 1
chocolate, 1 red/red brindle, $75.
259-8929. 9/14p
Beagle puppies, 15", purebred,
$75. 904-259-4633 or 509-3925.
7 year old Pintaloosa stallion,
$700; 7 year old Quarterhorse
mare w/tack, $1600. 9Q4-251-
4451 or 912-843-2648. 9/14-21p
Dogs: all types from puppies to
adults. Animal Control, $50'board-
ing fees will apply. 259-6786.

Best location in the county for the
new drive thru convenience store
concept, drive through gourmet cof-
fee shop, car wash, dry/fold laun-
dromat, ice vending machine, drive
through -produce, barber shop, hot
dog stand, office or retail space.
100 ft. frontage by 140 ft.: deep, lo-
cated on S.'6th St. between Waffle

Avon helpers needed. I
paperwork. You earn the
Kaycee at 275-3215.

Notice to readers:
The newspaper often publishes classi-
fied advertising on subjects like work-
at-home, weight loss products, health
products. While the newspaper uses
reasonable discretion in deciding on
publication of such ads, it takes no
responsibility as to the truthfulness of
claims. Respondents should use caution
and common sense before sending any
money or making other commitments
based on statements and/or promises;
demand specifics in writing. You can also
call the Federal Trade Commission at 1-
877-FTC-HELP ,to find out how to spot
fraudulent solicitations. Remember: if it
sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
The Baker County Press
Baker County Chamber of
Commerce Assistant Administrator
position available. Computer expe-
rience required, QuickBooks Pro
99 & Microsoft Office Word 2003 -
Outlook, Access, Excel & Publisher.
Qualifications include: experience
as receptionist, secretary & office
manager. Apply at 20 E. MacclennyS
Ave., or online at gbarber@bak-
erchamberfl.com. Annual salary:
$25,000-$28,000 depending on
experience & qualifications.
Helper needed. Metal framing,
no experience necessary, drivers
license preferred. 954-288-0706
or 653-2014. 9/14p
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service
needs experienced full time
licensed driver. 259-7335.3/23tfc
Experienced painters needed. Must
* have tools, benefits after 90 days.
259-5877. 12/30tfc.
Dental assistant needed for busy
Lake City practice. Must be EDA
certified & experienced in crown
& bridge; team oriented. Monday

.do the

Part time w/full time potential.
Looking for motivated, qualified per-
son in Baker and surrounding area.
Experience in sales helpful. Reply
with resume & references to P.O.
Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
Company specializing in erosion
control now hiring the following
positions: Crew leaders, equip-
ment operators, laborers, class A
CDL drivers. Valid driver's license
a MUST. Fax resume to 904-275-
3292 or call 275-4960. EOE. Drug
free workplace. : 9/14p
AdministrativeSecretary. The Baker
County Extension Office is accepting
applications for administrative sec-
retary. The position requires exten-
sive typing, accounting skills, tele-
phone skills and web page design
and maintenance. Experience with
Word and QuickBooks required.
High school graduation required.
Minimum 2 years secretarial expe-
rierce or degree in secretarial sci-
ence required. Salary range $10.00,
- $12.56 per hour, 40 hours per
week. Complete job description
may be obtained from the exten-
sion office located in the Agriculture
Center on Hwy 90 W, Macclenny.
Deadline for applications will be
September 20, 2006 at 5:00 pm.
Apex Fabrication, Inc. is looking
for skilled snuctural steel crafts-
men who are able to work in a team
environment. Hours of operation
are from 7:00 am-3:30 pm with
the possibility of overtime when
required. Benefits include paid
holidays, personal days and vaca-
tion. Apply in person at 710 Griffin
Court, Macclenny. Apex is an EOE
and drug free workplace.

Experienced tire man. Call Lamar
or Michelle at 259-1393. 9/14tfc
Two dump truck drivers w/asphalt
experience needed. Call 334-
8739. 8/31-9/21p
Pier 6 Seafood now accepting
applications for all positions. 259-
6123. 9/14-10/19c
Truck drivers needed. Earn $800-
$1000 per week. Company pro-
vided CDL training for those who
-qualify. School graduates welcome.
Call AMG at 866-374-0764.
Local home care agency looking
for full time/part time Physical
Therapist and Occupational
Therapist. Contact Lacy of Linda at
259-3111. 5/25tfc
Security officers, all areas of
Jacksonville. Call Giddens Security
384-8071 or apply in person at 528
SS. Edgewood Ave. 9/14-10/7c
Driver/warehouse worker needed.
CDL & good driving record required.
pay $10-$15 an hour.'Please call
904-673-1674 or fax resume to
352-379-7749. 8/31-9/14p

Notice to Readers
All real estate advertising in this news-
paper is subject to the Fair Housing Act
which makes it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or discrimina-
tion based on race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familiar status or national ori-
gin, or an intention, to make any such
preference, limitation or discrimina-
tion." Familial status includes children
under the age of 1S liinrg ith parents
or legal custodians, pregnant women
and people securing custody of children
under 18.-
This. newspaper will not knowingly

House & American Inn, 350 ft. to Friday, 9:00 am-5:0U pm, salary Earthmoving. Heavy equipment accept any advertising or reai estate
1-10. This "hot" location is avail- commensurate with experience. Fax operators, dokers, track hoes, off which is in violation of the law. Our read-
able for only $125,000. Call Florida resume to 386-752-3122. road dump trucks. Local work & ers are hereby informed that all dwell-
Crown Ralty 259-6555. 8/7tfc 9/14-21c extensive travel required. Health ings advertised in this newspaper are
Crown Realty 259-6555. 8/17tfc E/ s c tc bit E Dru e available on an equal opportunity basis.,
Experienced A/C service tech/ benefits. EOE. Drug free work- To complain of discrimination, call HUD
......................... installer needed. Must have driver's place. E-mail resume .to radkins@ toll free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll
AdvertisingDeadline license & tools: 259-0893. comanco.com. Application can be free telephone numberforthe impaired
Advertising .eaine 6/15tfc completed at www.comanco.com or is 1-800-927-9275.
Monday at 5:00 Shop maintenance help needed, call Application 813-988-8829 ext. lacre lot in Macclenny II, $55,000.
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS: small engines. 259-7335. 8/24tfc GA. 9/1Current locations: 10/7Folkston, 653-1775. 9/14-21p

3 BR, 2 BA house with 2 car
garage, 10x15 attached workshop
& separate office. Master bath has
garden tub with jets, 2000 SF total,.
1300 SF heat/air, 700 SF garage
and workshop. Spacious backyard.
Located in city'limits close to every-
thing. Call 591-1632 or 838-6934.
FSBO. 10 acres Hwy 90 and
Cowpen Rd, 1st lot on right, restrict-
ed to homes, zoned agriculture,,
$128,900. '259-3878. d 9/7tfc
3 BR, 2 BA on I acre, constructed
November 1998, 11 miles south
of 1-10. on 121, asking $98,500.
Home: in excellent condition. 904-
703-7177. 8/24-9/14p
3000+ SF, 2 story home on over
5.5 acres with pool, spa, 3 car
garage,. $469,900. 259-9500.
Baker County new home. 3 BR.
2 BA brick/vinyl' house, 2240 SF
on 1 acre, Bob lirkland Rd. 2 car
garage, front & back porho, large
bedrooms, great room, custom
cabinets, lots of extras. Located
minutes from schools, just outside
city limits, close to 1-10, $219,000.
259-7574. 8/31tfc
3 BR, 2 BA house on .87 acre off
Park Street in Glen, $160,000.
259-7939. 9/7-14p
5 acre tract off 185 towards
Moniac, $45,000. 904-651-3216
or 904-653-2046. 9/7-28p
Beautiful 3 BR. 2 BA. 1644 SF
brick rancher on 2.18 acres.
Completely renovated & ready to
move in. Zoned RC.5 with room
for additional hones. Located on a
paved road with e',.tra large garage
& additional storage. New cen-
tral H/A. Conveniently located in
Glen St. Mary. Affordal 1 priced at
$250,000. Please call 476-8907
owner/realtor for more info.
Acreage & timberland financing
available from Farm Credit of North
Florida. Contact Jeffrey Spencer
800-342-3795 for details.
New construction. 3 BR, 2 BA brick
house in Hunter's Ridge. 2307
total SF, great room, kitchen, back
porch, $239,000. 259-4602 or
259-6546. 7/27tfc

27 acres off US 301 near Bryceville,
$250K. 904-483-7617 or 449-
6184. 7/20tfc
Copper Creek Hills, Unit III, last lot
available on cul-de-sac, $55,000.
Please call 259-2255. 8/24tfc
3 BR, 2 BA house with 2 rental
mobile homes on 13.2+- acres in
the Georgia Bend area, big. work-
shop & 2nd kitchen, $190,000.
904-629-1779. 5/25tfc
3 BR, 2 BA triplewide mobile home
on 2.2 acres, fenced yard, deck
overlooking pond, huge kitchen &
master bath, 1800 SF, $129,000,
Glen St. Mary. 904-626-6201.

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Tires Rims Exhaust
Buckshot Goodyear Michelin
Nitto BOSS Eagle MSR
Custom exhaust Flowmaster,
Turbo, Glaspaks
Call today for the best price!
24 hour emergency service
Emergency water removal
Dehumidification Mold prevention
Hardwood floor drying

Build on your lot or ours
Your plans or ours
Model home in Copper Creek
All types of pest control
Call Eston, Shannon, Bryan,
Bill or Philip
Beverly Monds Owner
Air conditioners Heat pumps
Major appliances *
24 hour, 7 day emergency service!
Call Vince Farnesi,

Complete site & underground
utility contractor, Land clearing
We sell dirt & slag
Hourly rate available on:
grader, dozer & trackhoe work
Dirt starting at $85/load
Mitch Canaday, Jr.



Custom house plans
to your specifications
Qualified Good references
Lawn mowing ~ Tractor work
Clean-up ~ Hauling
Bull dozer & backhoe
C.F. White
We build in-ground pools
We sell and install
DOUGHBOY above-ground pools
Service Renovations Cleaning
Repairs Chemicals Parts
698-E West Macclenny Ave.
(next to Raynor's Pharmacy)
Fall & winter hours
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
10:00 am-6:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am 2:00 pm

Commercial Residential
New construction Service



NHC, FHIA & NACHI Certified
Serving North Florida and
South Georgia
259-5416 fax
I 7/6-9/21p
Docks ~ Retaining walls ~ Gazebos
Decks ~ Repairs
Floating dock systems
Call for free estimate
Culverts Installed
Tim Johnson

Home repairs Remodeling
Mark Stevens



Heating* Air Electrical service
Licensed and Insured
Lic. #ET11000707
Lic. #RA13067193,
Lic. #RA13067194 4/21tfc

2" and 4" wells
Roger Raulerson

Bush hog Dirt leveling
Root raking General clean up
By the .hour or the job
Tree removal Light hauling
Stump removal"
We haul or buy junk cars and trucks
We sell horses
Licensed Insured
Free estimates
24 hour service
Call Danny
Jesus is the Only Way

Design / Build
Your plans or our plans
Bentley Rhoden -



Engineered trusses for your new
Home Barn Shed Etc.
Free estimates



New roofs Roof repairs
Roof replacement
Free estimates
Free estimates
Licensed & Insured

Well drilling,
Water conditioning purification
New septic systems
Drain field repairs
We're your water experts
Celebrating our 29th year
in business.
Credit cards gladly accepted
Fully licensed & insured
Florida & Georgia
After-hours computer repair
Networking, training,
graphic design and writing
Call Cheryl
Since 1963
Residential and Commercial
Pest control
Lawn and Shrub care
Termite protection
Damage repair guarantees
Free estimates Call today!
Sentricon Colony
Elimination System
Fill dirt ~ Millings ~ Slag
Concrete washout
Land clearing ~ Fish ponds
Road built
Houses/buildings demo
Inground pools demo
904-445-8836 days
904-653-2493 evenings

So many options!
See our catalogs at
The Office Mart,
110 South 5th Street

Garbage pickup for Baker County
Roll off Dumpsters
Kent Kirkland, Owner/Operator
Water softeners Iron filters
Sales Rentals Service
Total water softener supplies
Salt delivery
~ Financing available ~
797 S. 6th Street, Macclenny
Professional painting
Pressure washing
Interior exterior
Residential commercial
Fully insured Locally owned
25 years experience

Oils, acrylics, watercolors,
canvases, drawing pads
& much more!
110 South Fifth Street

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, September 14, 2006 -Page Six-B

Elegant entrance brick home. 4
BR, 2 BA, 2400 SF heated, 13' ceil-
ings, great room, living room, dining
room, breakfast area, kitchen w/
white cabinets, both bathrooms w/
jacuzzi, master BA/walk-in shower,
security system, surround sound,
in great room, large, sunroom next
to a screened inground pool. Brand
new 13 seer, high efficiency heat
pump. Sprinkler system, beauti-
ful landscaping. 2 room detached
garage w/12' aluminum lean to and
a fehced area. All on 1 acre which
has an underground petsafe invis-
ible fence. Wonderful neighborhood.
Great location. Serious inquires
only. $380,000. 259-4602 or 259-
6546 or 219-2842. 8/24tfc
7.5 acres in Baldwin, zoned resi-
dential, water & sewer available,
walk to school & shopping. Call John
Swanson, Broker, 257-9033.

: Monday at 5:00 :

2 BR, 1 BA apartment in quiet
neighborhood, no smoking, no pets,
$550/month plus last month's rent
and deposit. 904-859-3026.9/7tfc
2 BR, 2 BA mobile home On 21/2
acres, $500/month, $500 deposit.
259-2242. 9/7-14p
Very nice house in Raiford, 4 BR, 3
BA, CH/A on 2 acres, with shed and
small barn, $775/month, 1st & last
plus $750 deposit. Jo inside pets,
no smoking. 783-4757. 9/7-21p
Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C, no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-
860-4604. 3/17tfc
3 BR & 2 BR mobile homes, no pets,
.garbage, water & mowing provided,
$450-$600/month. 912-843-8118.
Beautiful 1600 SF new home with
jacuzzi in MBR. all electric appli-
ances, Deautiful neighborhood,
inside city. $2100 security deposit,
$1400 month. Please call 259-
3343 weekdays between 9:00 am-
5:00 pm. 8 lOtfc';


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New home, 3 BR, 1 BA, tile floor-
ing throughout on 1.28 acre lot in
Macclenny. All electric appliances,
$850 security deposit, $850/
month. Please call 259-3343 week-
days between 9:00 am-5:00 pm.
2 BR, 1 BA mobile home, lawn main-
tenance along with pickup of house-
hold trash included; 1st and last
plus $300 deposit, $500/month.
259-7335. 9/7tfc
3 BR, 2 .BA country home, Glen
area, $900/month, 1st and last
month required. Call 259-3450 or
653-1274 after 5:00 pm. 9/14p
2 BR mobile home in Glen St.
Mary, no deposit,' $150/week.
904-910-5434 cell or Nextel
#160*132311*2. 9/14p
14x65 mobile home, 2 BR, 2 BA in
city limits; no pets, $300 deposit,
$485,'month. 259-5126. 9, 14p
2 BR, 1 BA apartment, $650/,
month, $650 security deposit, avail-
able now. 259-7892. 9.'14p
3 BR house in the city, $950,.'month,
1st, last & $500 deposit. Call 259-
6225 leave message. 9. 14p

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available. 904-483-7617. 7/20tfc


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Surplus Equipment Auction

Okefenoke REMC will be.holding an auction of surplus and
salvage equipment at its headquarters office in Nahunta, GA,
on Saturday, September 23, 2006. Many items, including a
1993 Ford F150, a 1992 Ford flatbed truck, a 1992 Chevrolet'
Caprice, office equipment and building materials, will be of-
fered to the general public for bid at that time. Gates will open
at 8:00 a.m. for inspection of items offered for bid, with sales
beginning at 9:00 a.m. OREMC Reserves the Right to Refuse
Any Offer.
The auctioneer commissioned for the event is Jeffrey Lee,
Nahunta, GA (License # 002573). A ten-percent buyers pre-
mium will be added to all sales. All bidders planning to use
sales tax exemption must present a Sales and Use Tax Cer-
tificate of Exemption (Form ST-5) to OREMC Office Manager
Joyce Strickland by Wednesday, September 20, 2006. Without'
proper exemption certificate, sales tax will be added to all pur-
chases. Sales tax exemption forms dre available at the OREMC
headquarters office in Nahunta. For questions or more specific
information regarding sales and use tax exemption, contact
Ms. Strickland at 800-262-5131 or 912-462-5131, ext. 1119.
RAIN CANCELS. In the event of cancellation due to rain,
an alternate date of Saturday, September 30, 2006 has been
scheduled for the auction.
For more information, contact Paul Bowers at 1-800-262-
5131 or 912-462-5131, ext. 1156, Monday through Friday
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

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