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The Baker County press
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00024160/00091
 Material Information
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: October 5, 2006
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Macclenny (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Baker County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Baker -- Macclenny
Coordinates: 30.283333 x -82.116667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Apr. 12, 1929.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 39 (Jan. 2, 1931).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579533
oclc - 33284409
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System ID: UF00024160:00091

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    Section A: Main: Social
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section A: Main: Obituaries
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    Section A: Main: Sports
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section B: Real Estate & Classifieds
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Thursday, October 5, 2006

Afacclen;y, Florida 500

Tell them what ou think!

Voice your opinions about Ce ar Creek on Th ursday

A town meeting on the proposed massive Ce
dar Creek development north and west of Glen St
Mary will be held this Thursday evening at the ag
center beginning at 5:00 pm. It is expected to last
two hours.
Baker County's Planning and Zoning Depart-
ment -ants to know %what the public thinks about
the 3012-acre multi-use development by Coral Ga-
bles-based Adrian Development of Baker. LLLP
and will be collecting questions to be
posed to the developers. / ...
Speci call, participants
will be asked to comment -. ':
in the, areas of trans-
portation, health care.
education, recreation
and the commercial
impact of 'the projected
7000 dwellings planned
through 2022.
Ed Preston. the
county's new planning i
director. vill givea 15-
minute overview of the i
project then answerques- -*
tions before the audience
moves into small groups to
formulate questions that \\ ill be
presented to the audience later. 7

Adrian has developed large-scale projects like
. this in central and south Florida, including The Vil-
lages near
t', Leesburg
.* Cedar Creek Commons w h i c h.
-; accord-
Community Conmmercial ig to
S Medical Institutional Mr. Pres-
ResidentIal ton, will
St serve as
PNa Recrao the model
SConservation for Cedar
a w Internal Roadway System T h' e
Pedestrian OSICyce System developer
has al-
ready submitted an application for development
approval to the Northeast Florida Regional Plan-
ning Council, an initial step in the multi-phase
DRI (declaration of regional impact) that
must pass relie%\ by the state before
projects of this magnitude are begun.
Cedar Creek is the rst of a handful of
DRIsof cials expect in the Baker Coun-
ty area.
The meeting will be run by county
"of cials and will not include a pre-
sentation by the developer.

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Baker County a prime location for

Death is

likely due

to drugs
The death of a young Baker
County man during the early
morning hours of September
29 was likely caused by a lethal
cocktail of alcohol and prescrip-
tion medication.
Willianm S. Rhoden. 20, was
found about 6:30 am by his moth-
er Jawvan )lying next to her vehicle
in the yard of their residence off
Oakridge Loop north of Glen St.
Mary. She was leaving the house
for work at the time.
Rescue workers and staff at
the Fraser Hospital emergency
room made repeated attempts to
revive Mr. Rhoden. but he w'as
pronounced dead about 50 min-
utes later.
Sheriff's investigator Steve
Harvey said the cause of death
awaits a report from the medi-
cal examiner in Gainesville, but
based on statements from two
acquaintances who were with
him the previous night it appears
Mr. Rhoden overdosed on the
drug methadone.
Based on a tip from the vic-
tim's brother, investigators inter-
viewed Jordan Satterwhite, 20,
and Garrett Simmons, 21, both
of Macclenny. Mr. Simmons es-
timates Mr. Rhoden consumed
nine beers between 4:00 pm and
midnight, along with 16 pills.
The trio joined several other
acquaintances at a residence in
Cypress Pointe in northeast Mac-
clenny, and Mr. Rhoden report-
edly admitted to taking 13 pills
to prevent a deputy sheriff from
ending them.
Deputy Garrett Bennett and
other of cers stopped a vehicle
driven by Mr. Satterwhite as it
left the subdivision just after
midnight. The of cer, about 20
minutes earlier, warned the sev-
en revelers to quiet down as they
milled around the front yard of
the residence of Brock Brooks,
another acquaintance who re-
portedly is in jail.
Then and several minutes
later when the gathering re-con-
vened outside the Kangaroo con-
venience store on US 90 across

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John Gamey, oi tnier of'.11A Occastoi Rental & Design of Ahccle'inn, gets a
srringitng hght.iis from mother-in-lai Debby Nnri)an a_ they set up huIti company'
play booth at the Baker County Fairgrounds. Many local businesses and orga
norn are bu tt'/as week with'booths and displays for the, 2006 Baker Counrt
ii which opens October 6 PHOTO BY K-LLr FI LAN


'Wrangle in some fun'

at the '06 county fair

The theme for the 2006 Baker County
Fair is Wrangle In Some Fun!
Fair president Cathy Rhoden has been Fair
involved w ith the fair for over 20 years.
The theme for this year's fair was adopted Schedule
from the western theme of The Florida Sch d l'.'
Federation of Fairs convention she attend- page 5
ed in Jacksonville last April. page 5
Attendance at the fair in recent years
a- erages 12,000 during the week-plus run.
Several thousand people attend on the busiest nights, which usually
feature a special attraction. The larger crowds are expected for pro-
grams such as the Disc-connected K-9s Dog Show and World Wide
New this year is Las Vegas hypnotist Justin James, whose family-
oriented shows are heavy on comedy. There will also be several kara-
oke contests sponsored by the fair association throughout the week.
The contests are open to all performers. Pre-registration just before
the contest will be required and contestants must supply their own
music CD.
Visitors can count on the livestock events and sales, youth pro-
grams, the arts and crafts, horticultural and home arts competitions,
the Fair Queen pageant, Star Search, commercial booths, lots of
entertainment and more.
"Our goal is to keep the Baker County Fair family oriented and
affordable," said Ms. Rhoden. "There should be something for every-
one. So saddle up and ride on over and have fun!"

illegal immigrant jail beds:
The Baker County Commis- The county commission there
sion seeks more speci c answers established an independent cor-
'in key areas like nancing and portion to oversee the nanc-
liability before it proceeds with ing, construction and operation
further consideration on con- of the jail, which is reserving
struction of a new county jail 400 beds for Mr. Rozos' agency.
with ample space for federal in- %which now is under the
mates. :' Department of Homeland
The board during an ,hour- Security.
plus %workshop the afternoon of One of the main areas
October 2 heard from Michael of concern., and one Coun-
D. Rozos of Pompano Beach, an ty Manager Joe Cone will
of cial with US Immigration and investigate before he re-
Customs Enforcement, who Said ports back to the board.
Baker County's location in north- is the liability of Glades
east Florida makes it a prime spot County taxpayers in the
for housing detainees. event the corporation de-
"I %want to proffer this oppor- faults on the bond.
tunity to Baker County you Mr. Cone will query
have the location," said Mr. ,Ro- Alvin Ward, chairman
zos. Our agency needs 200-250 of the Glades Commis-
jail beds'in this area, without the sion and a member of U
[added] US Marshal's Service. the Glades Correctional
"There's always a 'fear factor' Development Corporation, and
committing to something like Jim S"wan. a Connecticut-based
this. but I look at it as a growth bond broker, w.ho put the nan-
opportunity. The jobs go with cial package together.
it." The Glades entity borrowed

Mr. Rozos' appearance before
the commission this week was
arranged by Sheriff Joey Dobson,
who has in the past pushed for an
expanded jail and accompanying
sheriff's department headquar-
ters to replace the 30-year-old
facility behind the courthouse.
By mentioning the "fear fac-
tor." Mr. Rozos referred to past
reluctance by both commission-
ers and the county's informal
building facilities committee to
undertake a $25 million proj-
ect like this without occupancy
guarantees by federal agencies.
For nearly 30 years,, Baker
County has operated county jail
at a net pro t by boarding federal
prisoners in the custody of the
Marshal's Service. As the num-
ber of local inmates swells with
population and other factors,
fewer revenue-producing beds
become available and the county
has witnessed a corresponding
drop in revenues.
Sheriff Dobson, who spoke
brie y before Mr. Rozos, told the
county board the jail produced
$728,000 in federal revenue in
the scal year that ended last
weekend, down considerably
from the $1 million-plus in re-
cent years.
"If anyone ever needed a new
detention facility, Baker County
does," he declared.
If the county signs on to the
plan, it will most likely be mod-
eled closely after a 444-bed jail
under construction in Glades
County, Florida, with a popula-
tion just over 11,000, less than
half that of Baker County.

$30 million, according to the

ICE offi cial
sheriff, but not all of it went for
construction. There %was some
confusion during this "week's
meeting as to what the balance
(See page 2)

"There's always a 'fear
factor' committing to
something like this...'
-Michdel Rozos

Record$7 984 b etis

appo'wzdfor Macc cnn
The Macclenny Commission. $90,000 for two additional depu-.
meeting in a special Saturday ties.
morning session, adopted a re- Impact fees are expected to
cord $7.984 million budget for rein in $375,000 the next year;
scal 2007 and approved a mill- a fraction of the principal sourc-
age rate of 3.65 that will bring an es of revenue: general fund at
estimated $682,000 from local. $4.227 million and utility re-
property taxes. ceipts at $2.763 million. Utility
The mill rate is the same as expenditures will come to $2.38
the current year, but will bring million.
in more revenue due to increased Macclenny's .general revenue
.assessments and new property on comes mainly from franchise
the tax rolls. Because Macclen- taxes, license fees, garbage fees
ny did not opt for the roll-back and property taxes.
rate that would have brought in Both the garbage and re de-'
$551,000, it had to take actionon' apartment spending will drop in
the nal day of September. 2007, the result of one-time ex-
The votes on both the mill- penditures of a new garbage truck
age and budget were unanimous. and several re-related grants
The new spending year began used to purchase equipment.
Sunday. As adopted, the re department
Total spending for 2007 is up will spend $513,850 including
26.9%, fueled mainly by routine two new full time positions that
increases in the ten major depart- bumped salaries up $58,000.
ments and inclusion of anticipat- Garbage operations will account
ed grant revenue, for $576,897.
Spending spikes occurred in Macclenny also anticipates
the general of ce budget with $340,000 in state grants for the
$370,000 extra tagged for the Burnsed Block House and Heri-
city hall addition, and in the tage Park, and the Neighborhood
street department spending with Park off West Boulevard.
$550,000 more for resurfacing City Manager Gerald Dopsort
projects. and board members used a sig-
Extra cost of the law enforce- ni cant portion of the 45-minute

ment contract with the Baker
County Sheriff's Of ce was

(See page 2)

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 5, 2006 Page 2

Prime location for ICE jail beds...

(From page 1)
was used for, and that will be one
of Mr. Cone's inquiries as well.
Mr. Rozos, a 30-plus year vet-
eran of the federal immigration
and customs service, indicated
in a letter to the sheriff in July
his agency (ICE) is formulating
a ten-year interagency plan for
Florida. Baker County could t
nicely into that plan, he suggest-
ed, though all he could promise
is the local plan would be evalur-
ated "in a fair and impartial man-
The immigration agency is
bound up presently trying to
control the ood of illegals, and
Mr. Rozos indicated twice dur-
ing his address to the local board
he does not expect this adminis-
tration nor the next to "stop this
The result, he reasons, is a
continuing need for detention
Immigration and Customs
Enforcement currently has an ar-
rangement similar to that planned
for Glades County with Wakulla
County south of Tallahassee.
He gave no population g-
ures for ICE or other detainees

there, but noted the per diem rate
jumped from $40 to $55 a day
after a new jail was completed.
Baker County currently gets
$48 daily for each federal pris-
oner. According to Chief John
,Finley, who oversees jail op-
erations here, the population on
Tuesday of this week was 138,
29 of whom were federal.
The jail has a bunk capacity of
130. Prisoners sleep on the oor
when the capacitN is exceeded.
Lt. Finley said in September,
the jail averaged 152 inmates
daily and 25-30 were-federal.
Board members appeared,
more enthusiastic this time
around, and Mr. Cone will try
to. have more information by the
October 16 meeting. Architect
Bill Rutherford of Tallahassee,
who designed the Glades project,
was to have been at this week's
meeting but had a con ict.
"I'm thrilled now that Glades
County has gone through this."
commented Commissioner Gor-
don Crews. "It sounds like a
great opportunity to me."
Chairman Alex Robinson like-
wise observed that using revenue
from boarded prisoners is a good
way to pay off the construction

"We need to look at a new
jail anyway, and this is a way we
can do that," he said, urging a re-
port bick on speci cs as soon as
Based on a broad estimate,
Sheriff Dobson says a 450-bed
jail here will cost $23 million and
that doesn't include purchase of
the 15-20 acres on which it will
He continues to favor a tract
east of Macclenny near the Wal-
Mart Distribution Center, prop-
erty now owned by Rayonier.
which indicated last year ago it
was not anxious to sell.
Sheriff Dobson can also ex-
pect opposition from Executive
Director Ginger Barber of the
Development Commission, who
argued earlier the jail lessens the
attractiveness of adjoining Enter-
prise East to industrial and com-
mercial prospects.
Desirability of the Trailridge
site may diminish also if it can-
not connect to Macclenny's wa-
ter and sewer system. The city
has declared the current plant at
capacity once several planned
subdivisions are built.

Dogs diefrom

likely poisoning
A Glen St. Mary man reported
September 28 two of his dogs
were apparently poisoned with
pieces of bread soaked in anti-
Terry Willis told police a vet-
erinarian diagnosed the poison-
ing after the dogs became ill the
previous day. He found the bread
on his mother's property next
door off Saddle Trail and it ap-
peared to have been soaked in a
green liquid. The dogs roamed
freely between the yards.
The veterinarian said.the ani-
mals were too sick to save and
they were euthanized.
Deputy Brad Dougherty in-
terviewed a neighbor off Travis
Thomas Road nearby and she
knew nothing of the incident.
Mr. Willis told the of cer of an
ongoing feud with neighbors on
Travis Thomas and Travis Rho-
den Trail.

Stored items stolen

Someone entered a storage
yard at the rear of Macclenny Cy-
cle and Marine off west Lowder
St. overnight October 1 and took
three vehicles valued at $6300,
two of them awaiting repairs.
Owner Clarence Williams
told police a gate was cut to gain
entry, and the .stolen vehicles
include a yard tractor valued at
$2800, a go-kart at $3000 and a
utility trailer worth about $500.
A surveillance camera record
was turned over to the sheriff's
In other burglaries, some-
one made off with a single-axle
trailer from the parking lot of the
local Mormon church between
6:00 am and noon on September
27. ,
A lock was cut and left lying
on the pavement. The trailer had
a Boy Scout emblem on the dou-
ble rear doors.
Brandi Combs reported on
September 25 a front door was
pried to gain entry to her resi-
dence on Glenn Williamson
Road during daylight hours.
An estimated $100 in cash
and two prescription medica-


S. Sunday, October 8
Pastor Conner will continue
a series of messages on the
'End Times'

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Florida (904) 259-3500

North 6th Street. Macclenny.


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tions were taken.
A 15-year-old male student at
Baker High is implicated in two
burglaries at the home of Elmer
Davis off Miltondale Road where
loose coins were taken.
The youth admitted entering
through a front door on Septem-
ber 21 and 27 and told police he
took the money to a coin count-
ing machine at Winn-Dixie. The
yield came to $328, some of
which he used to buy a skate-
The suspect's mother turned
$57 back to police, money
she says her son had given to
Both the boy and his mother
lived at the Davis residence in
the past. ,

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.. THE Memories, smells, sounds of the fair

BAKER COUNTY! exit. decorating, baking, 'drawing a prize for something I ha<
A C No trip to the fair was com- and painting, sculpture, sew- ated.
A JIL DCVA. plete without visiting the Steele ing, floral arrangements, pump- So look forward to the!


Pq Office Box 59% 104 South 5" S. The Baker County Fair just
Maccenny, FL 32Q3 happened to be in full swing /
Q- ) 259W240 last October when I traveled to
-. 'Macclenny to interview with
The Baker County Press is psh each The Press.
Th rsday by Baker CountyY .. I accompanied The Press's
niodicalspstage paid~rP^* illustrious editor, Jim McGauley
SuedApl I;21929 atti~e~o to the fair and spent several
,clenny, Rorida,. hours in the newspaper's exhibit
S-. .-.* booth meeting and getting to
:"' SU "TE know some of the townsfolk.
$2.00 a year inside BAsertB ;$25... The South Carolina State
%,ar oitside8 er CoitE $Adic$i Fair was just setting up as I
:fe"r *persons. esyatsof Oa:c rt left to drive down to Florida. I
lary persormnnel or &iWve (tY'.t.tSe reminisced about the sights and
cvourity, and oege sttUden ng s id sounds of the fair I knew sowell
t..o The.Saer CoSII -:P. all the way down 1-95, never
9 ,H '323 ', expecting that my first evening
in Macclenny would be spent at
JAMES C. MCGAULEY the Baker County). Fairgrounds.
The South Carolina State
Publisher Fair has changed a lot the last 20
EDITOR Michael Rinker years. Gone is the sawdust and ,
straw-covered midway of my
NEWS/FEATURES- Kelley Lannigan 4 childhood.
ADVERTISING, PRODUCTION When,they paved the mid-
Jessica Prevatt way, it changed everything. It
TYPESETlING/GRAPHICS certainly made clean-up 'and
Jeremy Bs & Josh Blackmon maintenance easier. .I'm sure,
Jeremy Beasley & Josh Blackon but the entire atmosphere was
FEATURES. COMMENT altered and its never been the
Robert Gerard same. They did away with the
freak exhibits and the hootchie- -
COMMENT- Cheryl R. Pingel cootchie shows, too.
BUSINESS MANAGER Karin Thomas Although I never went into
CLASSIIEDS-Barbara Blackshear the freak shows, I was fascinated
S by this seedy, unreputable sec-
CONTACT US- tion of the midway. Our parents
didn't like us -going there..but
Phone-z904/259-240.,. .... .. ,we alas managed to sneak off
and Thfd our way into the narromv
Fax 904/259-6502 back corridors lined with paint-
Email bcpress@nefcom.net ed. canvas banners that invited
visitors to witness such twisted
Mail PO Box 598 wonders as The makingg Lobster
Boy and Leena and Darla: The
104 South 5th St World's Smallest Living Adult
Macclenny, FL 32063 Twins Only 2 Feet Tall!
At the openings of shabby'
www.bakercountypress.com tents, barkers shouted entice-
ments. to the' crowd. advertis-
This newspaper is printed on ing the electrifying experience
recycled paper. of seeing a woman turn into a
gorilla before their eyes!. -
I never figured out ho\v they.
Submission Deadlines created the illusion. I always,
AlPnews and advertising must be heard something about using
i.. d mirrors and the power of sug-
submitted to the newspaper office gestion. What I do know is the
prior to 5:00 p.m. on the Monday absolute terror that trick struck,
prior to publication, unless otherwise in the hearts of those who dared
noted or arranged. Material received gointo that dark, creepy tent.
ter e teaed .Many times I stood outside
after this time will not be guaranteed and listened with horrified fas-,
for publication. It is requested that cination as hordes of people
all news items be typed to insure o started to shriek as the "'trans-
aiuracy in print. formation" began taking place.
S-..The tent flaps would fly open-
and out they'd come running
Social Notice Deadlines like panicked, wild horses down
Birth announcements, wedding notic- : the midway.
es and social events must be submit-" There was a double Ferris
eh nt. It 'heel, every inch of which was
ted wit four wees of the eve. illuminated with lime green
is your responsibility to ensure pho- i lights. It was an awfully gaudy
tographers, etc. are aware of this thing and the sight of it loom-
policy, ing on the horizon as myparents
drove us down the long, open
vista toward the fairgrounds was
one I loved with all my heart.
Letters to the editor are Nothing smelled like the
bumidway. Those scents of corn
v.. ometut mus11tU 7' dogspopcom.french fries, cot-
tain the signature of the ton candy and caramel apples
wt- r a. '.p o-ne: commingled with the sawdust,
.Wter, a telephodr nurf-.: horses and livestock into a
Pr where the writer may. heady, olfactory stew that never
,er seemed to occur anywhere else
.be contacted and city of: -': except the fair.
:t The highlight of rides, at least
.residence. Letters must ;:. for me, was the Himalaya. You'd
reflect Opinions and. go 'round and 'round while the
.- centrifugal force slammed you
Statements On iSSUes Of against the side of the car you
t the. were strapped into. The operator
current interest to the shouted over a microphone: "Do
general public. The ews'' you want to go faster?" as the
S strains of the song Loco-motion
paper reserves the right sung by Little Eva blared away
to reject any materiall over the loudspeakers.
0 reject any mat a You'd get off feeling like all'
which in the newspaper's, your organs were permanently
jugeen d nt plastered into the left side of
judgement does not lmet your rib cage and you wobbled
standards of publication. on your feet as you stumbled
down the metal stairs at the back

Building where the aft, home
crafts and agricultural displays
were exhibited.
I drifted enraptured before
the dizzying array of hundreds
of entries, many with first, sec-
ond and third place ribbons.
There was photography, cake

kins, gourds, vegetables, canned
goods, ceramics, quilts the list
seemed endless.
Those huge ,triple purple rib-
bons denoting "Best of Show"
caused me to nearly genuflect
- so intensely did I dream of one
day being the recipient of such

i cre-

County Fair. 'll be sitting in The
Press booth again this year as
an employee -but my mind will
be on the Paddling Pig Porkers
and the Disc-connected K-9's
and, of course, the food.
Have Fun!

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'Complacency'in the ble zone?

An night watch. 'brag yourdad can beat-up some-
l i "I did see tracer rounds flying body else's dad, I know my God
MAJ. BOBBY HART over," I said. can whip their God.
.._.._^__ ,The watchman said, "Yeah, But still we all have a sense of
CAMP VICTORY, Iraq-We we see those all the time. You immortality, even though I know
reached another milestone today should have been here during e're not. It's like we all think
as we rolled into October. The soccer season; it looked like the bad things only happen to other
days go by pretty quickly and 4th of July." 'people.
they add up. Just 11 more months It reminds me of my first trip 'We eat breakfast at long ta-
to go and we can begin prepara- over here in 2003. We were driv- bles with ten or 12 guys.- A lot
fions for going home ing down the road in southern of times, we share the table with
One of the things that has al- Iraq and suddenly automatic rifle some of our young troops who
ways fascinated me is how non- tire erupted from a nearby farm- are getting ready to go out on pa-
chalant people can be when re- house. I started grabbing for my trols through the city.
ally they should be at least a little w-eapon. They're basically a bunch of
on edge. The guy driving said, "Don't young guys who could just as
I don't know how to explain worry about ;it. They're not easily be going down to work at
it exactly: I hope it's not cohn- shooting at us." ,' Wal-Mart.
placency. but \\e hear gunfire or I said. "'You know that, and They joke and make fun of
loud explosions and everyone now' I know that. I'mjust worried each other and talk about the
will glance at someone else for a nobody sent them that memo." -? things they see when they're. on
moment and then continue \ith We are about as safe as wei can patrol.
his or her business be here. Even though the insur- Then you watch them pull out
Duringabriefingtoday,ourin- gents tend to send a lot of lead in their armored vehicles, still
telligence guy reported that some, downrange, we've seen videos- i joking. They, wave and move out
sort of rocket landed near where they are big on filming them- to\\ ards some of the most dan-
we live.'We've also had a bullet selves-where they point their gerous streets in the world.
rip a hole in 6ur building and it's weapon, pull the trigger without Later we hear reports of.
not unusual for somebody to talk ever aiming and say, "Insah' Al- someone getting killed or injured
about people who wake up and lah." That basically means, "If it and you can't help wondering if
find a bullet near their'bunk. is God's will." it might have been the same guy
I was on a courtesy patrol- I've assured my family that if who offered you his extra bacon
where we walk through the living anything happens to me here, it at breakfast.
areas to make sure everything is will have been my time. It's like

all right--and saw streaks of red
in the sky. The first thing that
entered my mind was, "Run like
heck." Since my days of being
faster than a speeding bullet are
behind me, I started looking for a
bunker to jump into.
I realized then whatJ saw
were tracer rounds and not mor-
tars or something, and they were,
way off target, so I went back to
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Republican majorities in both
houses of Congress.
We wince at the news this
week of one, of our own Florida
congressmen flitting away
his time banging out. seduc-
tive instant messages to young
House page male pages.
Republicans, who since 1994
ha e maintainedrespectable (don't
confuse that with "respected.")
majorities in, the House and
Senate, could see tall slip away
early next month.
They may \"ell deserve to
lose the majorities, not because
the Democrats have better can-
didates to replace them, but
because they've done such
shameful disservice to the Amer-
icans who put them there.
None of us enjoy reports of
squalid behavior like that of Rep.
Foley, but I'm nearly as disap-
pointed in the fact that Congress
got so damn little done the past
two sessions.
Why, oh 'why ha\ en't we
put in motion the machinery to
reform the Social Security sys-
More than a dozen plausible
and probably workable plans are
out there; yet-none saw the4ight
of day. The pending disaster 30
years from no\\ (or sooner) is
still out there roaring toward us
at full speed.
Go down the list:
Health care reform is another
.speeding train, and Republicans
deserve equal blame for keep-
ing meaningful reform on square
S t % ill gef bad enough that
(and this is true irony) the gov-
ernment itself will have to jump
in and save our health care sys-
tem which, with all its flaws,
greatly outshines any other sys-
tem in the world.
As for tax reform, nothing
of any substance has been pro-
posed. The tax cut hallmarks of
the Bush administration should
be made permanent. The capital
gains tax should remain at 15
percent, or better yet, be phased
out entirely.
Immigration reform. What a
joke! Both parties fretted about
upsetting the Hispanic voting
base someone said was out there,
a formidable political force that
probably doesn't exist.,
Hispanic people in this coun-
try legally resent the ones who
aren't.legal, and are just as like-
ly to resent lax enforcement that
makes a mockery of their good
faith efforts to become citizens
of the United States.
So, you can stew in your
scandals and worry about which
of the two major political parties
best serves the long term inter-
ests of the people.
They've both had a chance in
this disgrace we'll remember as
the 109th Congress. They, all of
them, are the true scandal.

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special meeting to counter what
Mr. Dopson described as infer-
ences in "the media" lately that
he shortchanged police ahd re
He referred to a recommenda-
tion last month two new deputy
sheriff and two full time re de-
partment positions be cut back to
one until later in, the year when a
clearer picture emerges on avail-
able funding.
The commission in an earlier
budget hearing approved both.
"There's talk out there that I
favored cutting back on public
safety," Manager Dopson said.
"Our record is proven, we have
always been committed to public
safety. My concern was making
sure full funding is there rst."
His sentiment was echoed by
Mayor Gary Dopson.
"I can't remember ever short-
ing the re department; we never
turned them down [on funding
requests]," asserted the mayor,
adding the city has likewise
passed additional funding for the
sheriff's department when funds
"And what we've given to the
sheriff is additional to what city
taxpayers are already paying,"
added Mayor Dopson, repeating
a position he has often taken.
Commissioner Vernon Ben-
nett af rmed he supported Man-
ager Dopson on the funding al-
"I've been on this board 19
years. When he [the city manag-
er] says we need to make chang-
es [on funding matters], I'm go-
ing to listen to him."
Manager Dopson also cited
"misleading" reports that the city
was holding up sale of the for-
mer health department to a Jack-
sonville developer.
Macclenny's sign ordinance
forbids off-site signs on adjoin-
ing property, and the Walgreens
store planned for the comer of
South 6th St. and Lowder sought
a sign at South 5th to the east.
The property is owned by
Baker County and leased to the
post of ce. The Sleiman devel-
opment rm of Jacksonville and
Walgreens proposed joint owner-
ship of a small strip that connects
the two parcels, but Macclenny
rejected the plan.
"Next thing I heard we were
holding up the sale. We still

haven't heard back from them," ;
the manager said. -"As soon as'
we do and we can approve it, we
Mr. Dopson said he and city
attorney Frank Maloney felt the
joint ownership plan was an un-
acceptable loophole and left the
city open to criticism for bending
the rules for Walgreens.
I Commissioner Phil Rhoden
complained his position on the
planned city hall addition was
"misconstrued in the media."
He favors the project and voiced
concern about availability of
funds and nancing.
Commissioners after the meet-
ing acknowledged the inaccura-
cies were published in articles
written by Melissa Burnsed in
the Standard newspaper.

Parade entries
The 2006 BCHS homecom-
ing parade will be October 26
beginning at 5:00 pm. Parade
guidelines and entry forms are
available at the BCHS front of-
ce. .Deadline for entry forms is
Monday, October 23 @ 2:00 pm.
Contact Melody Coggin at the
high school for further informa-
tion. Cat Growl will follow the
parade at Memorial Stadium at
6:30 pm.

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(From page 1)
from the courthouse, Mr. Rhoden
appeared normal acting, accord-
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, Mr. Simmons told police he
then drove Mr. Rhoden home in
his vehicle, and watched him en-
ter the front door of his parents'
residence. Moments before, he
said Mr. Rhoden's knees buckled
as he rounded the front of Mr.
Simmons' truck.
He put the time at 1:47 am.
Mr. Rhoden was on probation
for misdemeanor marijuana pos-
session and was due to appear in
county court next week for pos-
sible removal of the probation.

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Sister arrested for stabbing brother

during argument over 'undesirables'
The sheriff's department arm by a convicted felon. clenny told police he received
made several battery and assault Kelly Doiron, 30, also of Glen, slight cut on the abdomen du
arrests the past week involving returned drunk to a residence ing a confrontation the evening
weapons. off CR 127 north and allegedly of September 30 on CR 139 nea
Brenda Bones, 50, is charged slapped Mr. Cordle as he slept, Margaretta.
with aggravated battery for al- then attacked James Lauramore, Mr. Phillips said he was south-
legedly stabbing her brother, the owner of the house. bound when his vehicle struc
39-year-old Mark Belford, in the Mr. Cordle allegedly chased another that was blocking th
lower back during an argument Ms. Doiron and her companion road, and a knife-wielding pas
at her residence off Melver St. in Jennifer Harnage, 30, from the senger in the second vehicle ai
west Macclenny. front porch while holding the tacked him.
Deputy Mark Hall said Mr. shotgun and yelling threats. The The assailant apparently
Belford entered the emergency women then called police. backed off when Mr. Phillip
room at Fraser Hospital about Ms. Doiron is charged with pulled a knife, and a female drive
midnight on September 26 for twin counts of battery and crimi- ing the second vehicle reached
treatment of the laceration to his nal mischief for damaging a in and took his keys before th
left side. He told the of cer his door. couple drove off.
sister cut him earlier. James Phillips, 41, of Mac-
The of cer questioned Ms. James Phillips, 41, of Mac-
Bones shortly after, and she gave
several versions of the incident A
and remained unclear on key Alternative School student
points. f
Both parties agreed the argu- arTCStcd for attacking another
ment started over Mr. Belford
bringing undesirables to his sis- A 15-year-old student at the and one of them with two couni
ter's trailer. county's Alternative School in of criminal mischief for damal
In other incidents, county dep- Macclenny is charged with bat- ing doors at the residence of Ka
duties surrounded a residence at tery of another student in a class- en Woolf on Stoddard Ave.
Rhoden's Trailer Park off Barber room the morning of September Named in the complaints b<
Road about 6:15 the morning of .26. cause of con icting versions (
October 2 after occupant Donald Witnesses said the accused events about 2:00 am on Octob
Myers, 58, threatened to shoot a had earlier taunted the 17-year- 1 are Daniel Booth. 22, of Glei
neighbor. old fellow student. who received: Christopher Mann. 22, of Mac
Robert Phillips, 58, a co- minor cuts on his head and.face clenny, Michael Stephens. 31 (
worker and supervisor of Mr. during the attack. The younger Jacksonville. Christopher Wool
Myers, had gone to the trailer to student was also treated for a 20, and David Woolf, 22. bol
awaken him for work. He spied, minor hand injury before he was also of Glen.
Mr. Myers lying on a couch, and taken to county jail for booking., Mr. Stephens may face th
the suspect allegedly pointed Criminal complaints for bat- .criminal mischief after the sta
a ri e at him and threatened to tery resulted from a number of attorney's of ce reviews ti
shoot. other incidents the past week, complaints.
Deputy William Hilliard among them an attack on Mitch- A complaint for simple a
called for back-up and Mr. My- ell Davis, 24, at an address on sault was led September 2
ers shortly after exited the trailer Westside Loop in Glen St. Mary. against Cynthia Pearce, 42,
and of cers with guns drawn or- Robert Moore told police Macclenny for allegedly makir
dered him to the ground. Natalie Dugger, 21, of Sander- false allegations against Summe
A subsequent search of the son came to his residence and at- Rhoden, 20, also of Macclenny
trailer turned up a BB ri e. tacked Mr. Davis, slapping him The latter accused Mr. Pear(
Mr. Myers is charged with ag- and biting him on the chest. Ms. of telephoning her physician an
, gravated assault. Dugger left the scene before po- accusing her of selling pills, co]
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Cordle. 42, of Glen St. Mary for morning ght in Glen St. Mar) Rhoden is an un t mother an
aggravated assault with a .410 could be charged with battery, telling others she is on drugs.
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The annual legislative hear-
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November 3 in the county com-
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annex. It is scheduled from 1:30-
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 5, 2006 Page 6

County reduces

open container law

to a civil infraction

The Baker County Commission this week established a civil ne
for having open containers of alcohol in public.
The ordinance tags the ne to that of the state for having open con-
tainers in vehicles, and removes the criminal nature of the offense.
The same system will now apply to any other Baker County ordi-
nances that were formerly considered criminal matters, like the pur-
chase of alcoholic beverages on Sunday.
The ne for open containers in vehicles recently went from $74-
$76, according to Clerk of Courts Al Fraser, who was present at the
October 3 afternoon meeting.
The matter arose because state prosecutors no longer handle cases
involving criminal violations by local laws, and county attorney Terry
Brown urged the board to reduce such violations to ciil infractions.
Similar to traf c violations, tickets are issued and nes can be
mailed in or paid at the clerk's of ce. Failure to pay results in a $500
ne and other potential penalties.
In other matters, Commission Chairman Alex Robinson agreed to
represent the county on a regional board that has input on federal high-
way spending. Mr. Robinson will also join a screening committee that
will soon consider proposals for the job of county traf c and transpor-
tation consultant.
Other committee members are Superintendent Robert Fletcher of
the road department, Planning Director Ed Preston and County Man-
ager Joe Cone.
R.H. Davis of Macclenny asked to be replaced as chairman of the
Tourist Development Committee formed in 1998 to build a civic cen-
ter in the city.
A referendum tacking a 2 percent tax onto local motel charges was
approved by voters and so far has amassed near $170,000, and Mr.
Davis urged the county to initiate more involvement with the Florida
Tourist Board.
The committee seeks grant funding to match tax receipts to build
the center.

School district seeking

re-keying hi
Press Staff
The Baker County School
Board at its October 2 meeting
voted to seek bids for re-keying
all buildings in the district.
I According to facilities direc-
tor Denny Wells, bid propos-
as from as many as three key
companies will be sought. The
project will be funded by the
Northeast Florida Educational
The bids will be based on dif-
ferent lock and key systems such
as mortise or cylinder, combined
with each facility's requirement
The district will use Yale
Company for maintaining key
tracking records: Master keys
can bnly be duplicated through
Yale by pre-approved school
personnel and requests must be
signed off by Superintendent
Paula Barton.
In other matters, Mr. Wells
said PVC pipe and other con-
duits have been laid at Memorial
Stadium for the new sound
system, but installation of the
equipment has been temporarily
The brackets were determined
to be inadequate to accommo-
date the new speakers which
weigh from 80 -180 pounds. A
search for suitable brackets is
now underway.
In related news, the board
approved disposal of outdated
computer equipment now being
stored in the district's surplus
Network Specialist Joseph
Martinez has determined the
equipment to be unusable.
According to Mr. Wells, a
recycling company has offered
a modest sum to purchase the
equipment for scrap and will
remove the surplus at no cost to
the district.
Approval was also granted
to establish an agreement with
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12, 2006 through July 31, 2007
regarding the services provided

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Thursday, November 2, 2006 and possible adoption on
Monday, November 20, 2006, at 6:01 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as possible, The proposed ordinance will be
brought up for review before the Baker County Land/Lo-
cal Planning Agency on Thursday, November 9, 2006, at
7:01 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, at the Baker
County Administration Building, 55 North Third Street,
Macclenny, Florida. Copies of said ordinance may be
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for NEFP

After considerable discus-
sion and some minor confusion
over .voting procedure, the Baker
County Commission on October
3 conditionally approved a' $1.5
million annual pact with North-
east Florida State Hospital to ad-
ministratively sponsor a 35-bed
forensic unit.
The county will have no direct
involvement in the management
of the unit that will house crimi-
nally insane patients, and the
board made it clear this week the
deal is off if staff physicians are,
uninsured for malpractice.
The three-pronged unanimous
decision endorsed by county at-
torney Terry Brown stipulates no
physicians be hired without the
insurance: the insurance premi-
um will be paid by NEFSH or by
the county with reimbursement
by the state; the county be named
as co-insured on the malpractice
Baker County will assume
payroll and other related respon-
sibilities, and the state agreed
to fund a clerical position in the
court clerk's office pho can be
used for other duties as well.
The Florida Legislature au-
,-thorized the forensic unit last
spring, 'and stipulated it be man-
aged by an outside contractor.
Assistant NEFSH administrator
Joe Intantino pitched the plan'to
the board several weeks ago on
the basis the county could aid in
fending off privatization of the'
mental hospital if the arrange-
ment is successful.
The county also has a sponsor-
ship pact with NEFSH for Baker
County Mental Health Services
and contributes $15,000 annual
rent for its Macclenny offices.
That pact was renewed this week
Commissioner Gordon Crews
was the most vocal board mem--
, ber calling for protection for the
county in the event a physician
- is sued at the unit. Mr. Crews,
a nurse manager at Fraser Hos-
pital, said plaintiff's attorneys
typically go after the doctor first,
then the institutions.
Mr. Brown reminded commis-
sioners the county has sovereign
immunity and a $200,000 dam-
age cap, and predicted it would
most likely be brought into a
malpractice suit.
The NEFSH contract indicates
the unit's budget could range up-
ward to a cap of $1.825 million.
Board members grumbled a
bit about the rising cost of oth-
er contracts with the state, but
agreed to visit the matter later.
In other business, the county

A 17-year-old Macclenny
male is charged with possession
of a loaded .357 magnum pistol
concealed in his pants as he and
another youth walked on Quail
Lane in the west city the after-
noon of September 30.
Deputy John Harden said he
was on routine patrol near the
power lines when he noticed a
suspicious bulge in the pants of
the suspect. The officer hand-
cuffed the youth after spotting
the pistol grip while questioning
him, and minutes later the youth
produced a small amount of mar-
ijuana from a pants pocket.
The weapons charge is a third-
degree felony, and the case was
referred to juvenile authorities.
In another pot possession
case, two Baker High students
are charged with misdemeanors
following arrests on the campus
around midday on September
Principal David Crawford
summoned the campus deputy
after confronting the students,
who were standing outside dur-

ing a lunch break. Mr. Crawford
said he was alerted by the pres-
ence of smoke in the vicinity.
Deputy Alison Smith said one
of the youths, both 15, had a par-
tially smoked joint folded in his
wallet. He is from Sanderson.
The backpack of the other stu-
dent, from Glen St. Mary, yield-
ed five marijuana cigarettes, a
cigarette rolling machine and a
pack of regular cigarettes, also
forbidden on campus.

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plans to adopt by ordinance basic
standards for privately construct-
ed utility systems. County Man-
ager Joe Cone produced a bulky,'
highly detailed Utilities Stan-
dards Handbook, noting counties
must protect themselves from
sub-par sewer and water treat-
ment plants.
The majority of privately-
constructed plants end up in the
hands of cities and counties, he
A hearing will be held at the
October 16 mid-month session
on a planned unit development
proposed for Southern States
Nursery to allow construction
of up to 433 homes on 200-plus
Two small-scale amendments
to the land use plan will also be
considered, both involving one-
acre parcels for single-family
dwellings. The petitioners are
Richard Jenkins for one parcel;
Thomas and Jody Dyal for the

Getting balloons during work break
Jennifer Thomas, an employee at Calendars on Alacclenny Avenue, shares a happy
moment with her 3-vear-old sonI Catb. who brought h ini mcn balooni during her
break from work outside the restaurants tihe arcrnoon of lO.t..ber 1.
PHOTOB', KEi.L. L .r. ,.:

An employee was named in
a criminal complaint filed Sep-
tember 26 for theft of an $852
bank deposit she was supposed
to have made for the Dollar Gen-
eral Store on South 6th in Mac-


John Dedmon acting as agent for Richard
Duckworth, Trustee is requesting a vari-,
ance to the zoning 'at lot 8 and the south
30 feet of lot 5 in block 56 of the Town
of Macclenny. The property is currently
zoned Residential Single Family (RS-2)
and located at the comer of 7th Street and
Michigan Ave.

Any support or objections may be heard
at the Zoning Adjustment Board meeting'
to be held on October 16, 2006, at 5:00
p.m., at City Hall, 118 E. Macclenny Ave.


meeting of the City Council on Tuesday,
October 10, 2006 at 6:00 o'clock p.m. at City
Hall, 118 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny,
Florida, the City of Macclenny will consider
the below ordinance for first reading:

30-2S-22-0000-0000-0570; PROVIDING

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

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

t/for theft.
Ton\a Goodrich. 23. of NMac-
clenn\ told Sgt. Phil Duval of the
sheriff's deparunent she signed
for the deposit on September 10
but could not remember w hat she
did with it. Store manager Aiel
Deno. also of Macclenny. called ,
police when she became suspi-
cious, and told Sgt. Duial this
was not the first time moneN has
gone missing after Nis. Goodrich
signed for it to be deposited. Nis.
Deno said the earlier incident or
incidents \were not reported.
The statements and other evi-
dence "ere turned over to the
state attorney's office, which
could charge the suspect with
grand theft..
In other theft and vandalism
incidents, someone forcibly en-
tered the locked attendant's of-
fice at the Mudlake Road trash
collection site overnight October
Attendant Herbert Floyd said
a lock hasp was unscrewked to
open the door, and a window
broken out of the south side of
the shed.
Nothing was taken and the pe-
rimeter fence was intact.

For Sale by Owner
Baker County-new home

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 5, 2006 Page 8

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Towed October 7
Lamar and Jane Cleemons of
Starke announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter. Keri
Renee Clemons to William Cody
Markham of Starke. He is the.
son of the late Tiny and Juanita
Markham of Macclenny.
The bride-elect is a 2003 grad-
uate of Bradford High School.
The groom graduated from Bak-
er County High School in 1995,
and is currently employed at In-
steel Wire Products..
The wedding will be Satur-
day, October 7 at 6:00 pm at NW
60th Ave. (CR 125), Lawtey,
with a reception following at the
convention center on Hwy 301,
Starke. All family and friends are

Spaghetti dinners
GFWC Woman's Club of
Macclenny welcomed new mem-
bers Amy Norton, Sarah Revord,
Clo Rhoden and Hetty Ward
with an ice cream social hosted
by Trilby Crews, Peggy Arend,
Bonnie Mathis and Jill Melvin.
The club will host their annual
spaghetti dinner on October 20
at the club house from 11:00am-
4:00pm. Members are selling
tickets or you can call Jo-Ann at
259-6942 or Olgaat 259-4914.

Donations sought
An account has been opened
at the Country Federal Credit
Union for the family of William
"Seab" Rhoden for those who
wish to make a donation.

November' wedding,
Allen and Kim Crews of Sand-
erson are proud to announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Brandi Kay to Jason Ryan Perry.
Jason is the son of the late Linda
Perry of Macclenny.
Brandi is the. granddaugh-
ter of Coy and Pearl Shumate
and Alton Crews of Sanderson.
Jason is the grandson of Edith
Sirmans and the late Robert
"Buddy" Sirmans of Macclenny.
and the late Bill and Ruth Perr'.
A November %wedding is being

for the week of
October 9-13
MONDAY: Country fried steak &
gravy, mashed potatoes, mixed vegeta-
bles, pineapple tidbits, bread and milk.
TUESDAY: Ham, yams, collard
greens, banana, bread and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Pepper steak, augra-
tin potatoes, oriental blend, mixed fruit
w/gelatin, bread and milk.
THURSDAY: Sweet & sour chicken,
rice, steamed broccoli, peaches, bread
and milk. .
FRIDA.Y-: Hot dogs, baked beans,
cole slaw, 'spicedperis,"bread and,milk,

1961 class reunion
The class of 1961 reunion
will be held at Heritage Park
on Saturday, October 7 at 2:00
pm. Please bring a covered dish.
Classes before and after 1961 are:
welcome to join us. For more
information, call 259-4827. En-
tertainment will be provided by
Josie Davis.


Born September 1
Jackson Dugger would like to
announce the birth of his baby
brother Peyton Jace Dugger.
Jace was born on September 1
and weighted 8 pounds 4 ounces.
The proud parents are Windell
J. and Tabitha Dugger of Sand-
erson. Grandparents are Richard
and Sharon Crews of Macclenny
and Bess Dugger and the late
Windell Dugger of Sanderson.

R)inEl.ln R.,lRijIh

Born September 12
Brian and Olivia Rothfeldt of
Glen St. Mary are proud to an-
nounce the birth of Ryan Ethan
Rothfeldt. Ryan was born Sep-
tember 12, 2006 at Baptist Hos-
pital and was 9 pounds 6 ounces
and 21 inches long. He joins
brother Gabriel and sister Kay-
leigh Rothfeldt. Grandparents
are Randy and. Kath Swindell
and Roxanne Rothfeldt, all of
Glen St. Mary.

Scout donations
If you have Cub Scout uni-.
forms laying around that you
don't know what to do with -
consider donating them to Cub
Scout Pack #555. You can con-
tact Jason Hart at 259-8972 to
donate or if you have any ques-

Senior program
On Tuesday, October 24. at
the Macclenny Woman's Club,
Northeast Florida Community
Hospice will present a free pro-
gram discussing Five Wishes,
a living will and other advance
care planning documents. Top-
ics covered will include: living
wills, health care surrogates,
durable powers of attorney, and
several more. Seating is limited.
Please RSVP to 904-407-7033
by Friday, October 20.

The pumpkins are coming:
, 0gfoier6

AMethodist Churcht

October wedding
Zac and Shirley Smallwood
of Macclenny would like to an-
nounce the upcoming marriage
of their daughter, Shannon Jean
to William Robert Coyle of Jack-
sonmille. FL. He is the son of Bill
and Darris Coyle of Chicago, IL.
The wedding \% ill be Saturday,,
October 14 at 12:00 pm at the'
bride's parent's home. Reception
luncheon will follow.
The couple w ill reside in
Jackson' ille, Fl. after their hon-
eymoon to St. Simon's Island.

Flu vaccines at

Vaccinations for in uenza and
pneumonia will be given at Winn
Dixie on Wednesday. October 11
from 3:00-7:00 pm. Flu vacci-
nations are $25 per person. Cus-
tomers using their Winn Dixie
Customer Reward card will only
pay $23 for a shot. Medicare
Part B recipients and Medicare
HMO recipients who have a free
voucher can receive a u vac-
cination at no cost. Pneumonia
vaccinations are $40 each.

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Family reunion
The family of the late Albert
"Bertie" Davis and Pearl Rauler-
son will hold their annual family
reunion on October 14, 2006 at
the Sanderson Community Cen-
ter. Lunch is being provided and
will be served at 1:00 pm. Every-
one is ,asked to bring a dessert.

Bennett reunion
The Bennett reunion will
be Sunday, October 8 at North
Prong Church. All family and
friends are %welcome. Lunch will
be served at 2:00 pm.

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 5, 2006 Page 9

Baker County' Extension Di-
rector Mike Sweat 'rilhtl was
recently elected president of the
Florida Association of CountI'
Agricultural Agents.
The election took place Sep-
tember 13 at a state meeting
on Marco Island. Mr. Sweat
has been the ag agent in Bak-
er Counrt' 26 years. and 18 of
those years has been extension
Thie organization oversees
professional development, re-
cruiting and promotional ac-
ntvities across Florida. As presi-
dent, Mr. Sweat will take on ani
additional role in the leadership
association that involves all
professionals in the extension
sYstem,. like 4-H and home eco-
His term will last one year.

Extension director explains new chip

system for identifyin, tracking animals

Mike Sweat, Baker County
Extension Agent. explained the
NAIS (National Animal Identi-
cation System) program to Ki-
wanians at their September meet-
' ing. The goal of the program is to
provide state and federal of cials
with the capability to identify all
animals and premises that have
had direct contact with a disease
of concern within 48 hours of
The United States already has
a program in place that %will iden-
tify where produce was raised.
The 'spinach the caused the re-
cent e-coli outbreak was traced
back to elds and processing
place through this program.
The European Union, Canada
and Australia already have an
animal tagging program in place.
This program was the reason the
Canadian government was able
to quickly determine where the
cow that had mad cow disease
./ .


BCHS: Drama presents "Oklalioma", 7:30
pm, Aud.

BCHS: Drama presents "Oklahoma", 2:00
pm., Aud.

DISTRICT WIDE: Inservice Day (student
holiday). BCHS: Football Booster Club
Mtg., 7:00 pm, Aud. Golf District Tourna-
ment, TBA.

BCHS: Cross Country (H), 4:30 pm. Beta
Club Induction, 7:00 pm, Aud. Volleyball
@ W. Nassau, 5:30/6:30 pm. Hi-(Q @ Yulee.
KIS: School Advisory Council Mtg., 6:30
pm, Cafeteria. MES: "Just Say No" mtg.,
8:00 am. PK/K CTR: VPK & Kindergarten
field trip to fair.

BCHS: FFA Club to fair. WES: Fire Truck

BCHS: JV Football vs. Bishop Kenny
(H) Senior graduation' mtg. ROTC pizza
lundraiser BCMS: Football *_' Suwannee
7:00 pm. Volleyball vs. Richardson (H),
5:00/6:00 pm. WES: Fire Truick: E'piriente.
"Just Say No" rrmg.. 8.00 am MES: Field
trip to fair. PK/K CTR: Walking field trip to
pumpkin patch.

DISTRICT WIDE: Report cards. BCHS:
Football @ Live Oak. FFA Club to fair. WES:
1st grade field trip to fair. MES: Fire safe-
ty program for grades 1 & 2. PK/K CTR:
Walking field tip to pumpkin patch.

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came from.
The NAIS program applies
only to food animals and animals
in commerce beef. dairy, sheep,
goats, swine, horses, poultry, and
sh. Companion animals are not
affected. A youth trail ride re-
quires no reporting. At this time
4-H youth are not required to tag
their animals to be in the county
fair. However, animals going to,
the state fair are going to be re-
quired to be tagged.
One of the bene ts of the
NAIS is to be able to locate and
contain animals that have a po-
tentially contagious disease.
With this program the infrastruc-
ture will be in place to improve
current disease eradication, to
protect against widespread out-
breaks of domestic and foreign
animal disease, and to address
threats from those who might
want to infect our food system.
This program is a tool to facili-
tate an emergency management
response system. The program is
- currently not mandatory, but the
government will be evaluating
the program in 2009 to see if that
needs to be changed.
Each location is assigned one
number. Each animal from that
location would have that num-
ber. One way to tag animals is
with an ear tag with a microchip.
The producer is responsible for
the initial cost of the tag (about
$2.50). Only animals that leave
the farm for commerce purposes
will need to be tagged.
Agricultural agent Sweat cau-
tioned everyone, "Don't believe
everything that you read and see.
Get the correct information." For

more information on the NAIS
program call or visit the agricul-
tural center in Macclenny.
Kiwanis of Baker County
meets -each Thursday at noon
at the Community Room of the
Baker County Health Depart-

for the week of
October 9-13
MONDAY: Inservice Day. No
TUESDAY: Sausage biscuit, friut
juice and milk
IuWEDNESDAY: Cereal \vith multi
-grain toast, fruit juice and numll
THURSDAY: Pancake and sau-
sage on a suck, fruit juice and milk
FRIDAY: French toast sucks, fruit
juice and milk.
Cold lunch plate or chef salad with
wheat roll or crackers, and dessert
(when Offered) OR
S MONDAY: InserviceDPay No
TUtESDAY: Hamburger or hot
dog on-whole grain bun, lettuce &
tomato slices, baked french fries,
crispy slaw, homemade cookie and
WEDNESDAY: Turkey, ham, &
cheese sandwich or BBQ pork on bun,
baked potato rounds, lettuce & tomato
slices, creamy slaw, fruit choice and
THURSDAY: Cheese pizza slice
or fish crisp on bun, raw veggies w/
dressing, green beans, chilled fruit
choice -and milk.
FRIDAY: Sloppy Joe on bun or
turkey pot pie w/biscuit, seasoned
cabbage, tomato & cucumber salad,
chilled fruit choice and milk.

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Atthe comer of US 90 & SR 121
Sunday 7 am 9 pm Mon.-Sat. 6 am 10pm

Basic Law Enforcement

Officer Training

October 30, 2006 March 16, 2007

Olustee Campus in Building 3, Lab 2

6 a.m. 4 p.m. Monday Thursday

(a few weekend training dates required)

Mandatory Meeting, October 11

Must be 19 years old before March 16, 2007,

have a high school diploma or GED,

and pass a physical exam including EKG.

Call for details:

Law Enforcement Program at (386) 754-4383

by e-mail at brownd@lakecitycc.edu

or visit the Lake City Community Web site at

www.lakecitycc.edu for more information

The Baker County Districtl 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, Floiida 32063
Revision ol Policy 3 060+ (Sale and Se-
cure Schools).
Adoption of Policy 3.061 + (Option 2) (Do-
mesric Security).
This document is available for review
at the Bake, County School Board Ofhice.
S392 South Bouievard 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 Superintendeni of Schools
9/7-10/12 -

CASE NO:.02-2006-CA-0135
Sara Frances Ingram, ; ,
Rachel Howard Lane and
Clara Sue Reimer,
A A Geitgey and Lucy Geilgey..
his wife not known lo be dead '"""'
or alive: presumed to be dead. ;'! ...
And all unknown grantees,
credilois and all other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against them, and if dead, their
unknown spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees creditors, and all other
panies 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, neirs. devisees., grantees
and creditors, or otner parties .
claiming by, through, under
or against Inose 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, e>isring
or dissolved, or other legal enlity
named as defendant, and all
claimants, persons or parties,
natural or corporate, or whose
exact legal status is unknown,
claiming under any ol the above '-4
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 corner 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.
has been led against you and you are re-
quired to Serve a copy of your written defens-
es, if any, to it on Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A.
Attorney, whose address is 445 East Mac-
clenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063;
(904)259-3155, within thirty (30) days after
the rst publication of this notice, and on or be-
fore the 16th day of October, 2006, and to le
the original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Frank. E. Maloney, Jr., P.A.,
Attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise,
-a default will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court on
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, November 6 2006. at 6 30 pm
in me School Board Dstricl School Board.
Room ol the Baker County School Board Ad-
ministration Building 270 Souln Boulevard
East, Macclenny. Florida 32063
2006107 Five Year Failiies Work Plan.
The documents are available for preview
at the Baker County School Board Office,
392 South Boulevard E.. Macclenny, Florida
32063 between the ours of 8"30 am and
4 00 pm. Monday through Thursday
The public is rinvied to attend
.i j so bel.d ,40" ...EPptla Tianon
l;,41 1.1 Superintendenl of Schools
Notice is given that the City of Mac-
clenny hereby declares it's intent to des-
Ignate the City Finance Director position
for Inclusion in the Senior Management
Service Class of the Florida Retirement
Dated: October 2, 2006
City of Macclenny
118 E. Macclenny Ave.
Macclenny, FL 32063
Human Resources

P.O. BOX 1120, US 90 WEST
GLEN ST. MARY, FL. 32040-1120
Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (904) 259-6146
The following vehicle will be sold at pub-
lic auction October 20, 2006 at 10:00 am, at
Higginbotham's Towing & Recovery, US 90
West, Glen St. Mary, FL. 32040.
1991 Ford 4 door
Baker County Board of Commission-
ers requests all interested parties to sub-
mit formal sealed bids for a four (4). inch
well and submersible pump to be Installed
at Jonesville Park.
All bids must be in a sealed envelope
with"Jonesville Park Well" clearly marked
on the outside of the envelope.
All bids must be submitted to the Bak-
er County Commission Office. Attention:
Sara Little, 55 N. Third St., Macclenny,
Florida 32063, by 2:00 pm October 10,

CASE NO.: 02-2006-CA-0153
R.H. Davis and R.M. Davis
Arvel C. Crews, deceased,
Patricia Young Crews, his wife,
Arvel Dale Crews, Deanna
Baron and Sandra Crews,
as heirs of the Decedent, State
of Florida Department of
Revenue, et al.
TO:'Any and all unknown grantees,
creditors and all other parties claiming by,
through, under or against the estate.
Verified Mortgage Foreclosure Complaint has
been filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses,
if any, to it on Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A.,
Attorney, whose address is 445 East Mac-
clenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063;
(904)259-3155, within thirty (30) days after
the first publication of the notice and on or
before the 6th day of November, 2006, and
to file the original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Frank E. Maloney,
Jr., P.A., attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered against
you for the relieve demanded in the Com-
plaint or Petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court
on this 3rd day of October, 2006.
BY: Jamie Crews
1 n01-R

Monday & Thursday O:00 pn
Macdenny ChurchofChrist
275-3617 or 259-8257

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C IV IL A C T IO N ",' .I '
CASE NO.: 2006-CA-91

Washington Mutual Bank f/k/a
Washington Mutual Bank. F.A
Plairntifl '' '
vs.. '
Melba E. Groover, et al,
a Final Judgment o0 Mortgage Foreclosure
dated September 28. 2006 and entered in
Case No. 2006-CA-91 ol Ihe Circuit Court
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for Baker
County, Florida. wherein Washington Mutual
Bank I/k/a Washington Mutual Bank F A ,
is the Plaintiff and Melba E Groover: are the
Defendants. I will sell Io the highest and best
bidder lor cash al Ihe Ironm door of the Baker
County Courthouse at 11 00 am'on Ine 241h
day of October, 2006, Ine following described
property as sel forth in said Final Judgment:
Commence at the Northwest cor-
ner of the Northeast Quarter, Sec-
tion 7, Township 3 South, Range 22
East and run thence South 02 ae-
grees 02 minutes 34 seconds Easi
along Ihe West line ol said Norheast
Quarter. 309.94 leel thence South 88
degrees 57 minutes 06 seconds East.
565.52 feet to the Poinr of Beginning.
thence continue South 88 degrees
57 minutes 06 seconds East. 168.48
feet inence South 02 degrees 02
minutes 34 seconds Easl. 150.00
tee l io the North right o01 way line or
a 50.00 loot road. mence North 88
degrees 57 minutes 06 seconds West
p along the North rigrt oI way line,
168 48 ieer, thence North 02 degrees
02 minutes 34 seconds Wesl. 150.00
leer to the Point of Beginning
A/K/A 5919 Acre Road. Macclenny.
FL 32063 :
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale. i any, olher than the
property owner as of Ihe date ol the Lis Pen-
dens must tile a clam irr. within sixty 160) days
aher the sale.
Witness my nand and Ihe seal of this
Court on September 29 2006
AI Fraser
As Clerk. Circuil Court
.. By Jamie Crews.
As Deputy Clerk

Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarsk;
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018


Crews, the holder of the following certificate,
has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of the prop-
erty and the names in which it was assessed
Share as follows:
Certificate Number: 04-00283
Year of issuance: 2004
Description of property: 28-1S-21 0143-
0002-0030, Lot 3, Block 2, Timberland Es-
tates, as recorded in plat book 3, pages 3
and 4 of the public records of Baker County,
Names in which assessed: Philip Joseph
Letebvre. Ill
All of said property being in the County of
Baker, State ol Florida
Unless such cerlificae snail be redeemed
according to the law, the property described
herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the:
front door ol me Baker County Courthouse.
339 E Macclenny Ave Macclenny, Florida
on November 29, 2006 al 11t 00 am
Dated this 20th day ot September, 2006.
Al Fraser
-Clerk of Court
Baker County, Florida
SBy Bonnie M. Palleschi
As Deputy Clerk


Crews, the holder of the following certrhticate,
has tiled said certificate for a tax deed o10 De
issued thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description ot the prop-
erty and the names in which it was assessed
are as follows.
Certificate Number 04-00240
Year of issuance 2004 -
Descripion of property: 04-1S-21-0144-
0002-0010, Lot 1, Block 11t, Seminole Ridge;
a subdivision, located in Baker County, Flor-
ida, as recorded in plat book 3, page 5, of
the public records of BaKer County, Florida.
Containing 7.5 acres more or less
Names in which assessed: William and
Dena Graham.
All of said property being in ime County of
Baker, State of Florida.
Unless such ceniticate shall be redeemed
according to the law, the property described
herein will be sold to the highest bidder at Ihe
from door of the Baker County Courthouse,
339 E. Macclenny Ave Macclenny, Florida 'U
on November 30. 2006, at 11:00 am
Dated this 20tn day of September. 2006.
AI Fraser
Clerk of Court f
Baker County, Florida 8
By. Bonnie M Palieschi
As Deputy Clerk

CASE NO.: 02-2006-CA-01'50 ?
JOE JONES, JR., if alive,
and if dead, his unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees lienors
creditors. trustees and all rJ
other persons claiming by,
through under or against
him, ana all other unknown
persons, it alive, and if dead
or not known to be dead or
alive. Iheir unknown spouses,
heirsl devisees' grantees, '' .
assignees, lienors. creditors.
trustee or other persons
claiming by, through, under
or against the unknown
persons, "
TO: Joe Jones, Jr, if alive, and if dead,
his unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees
and all other persons 'claiming by, through,
under or against him, and all other unknown
persons, it alive, and it deed, or not known .
to be dead or alive, their unknown spouses, '
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, lIenors,
creditors, trustees or other persons claiming
by, through, under or against the unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a lawsuit has
been filed to quiet title and for title by adverse
possession concerning the following real
property located in Baker County, Florida:
Lot 9 of Block 45, Town of Glen St.
Mary, according to the plat thereof,
as recorded In plat book 1 of the
public records of Baker County,
You are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on Michael S.
Drews, Esq., Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad-
dress is Law Offices of Michael S. Drews,
P.A., 8823 San Jose Boulevard, Suite 211,
Jacksonville, Florida 32217 on or before
October 27, 2006 and file 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.
DATED this 25 day of September, 2006.
BY: Jamie Crews
Baker County Board of
55 N. 3rd Street !
Macclenny, Florida 32063
Request for Qualifications
Transportation Master Plan/'
Thoroughfare Plan Consultant
The County Commission of Baker Coun-
ty, Florida is seeking a qualified consulting
team to provide professional engineering
and related services to assist in the planning,
development and implementation of a Trans-
portation Plan/Thoroughfare Plan for Baker
County. All submittals must be received by
Baker County Managers office, N.Third St,
Macclenny, FL 32063, Attention: Sara Little,
no later than 1:00 pm local time on October
Due Date/Time: 10/13/2006, 1:00 pm Eastern
Baker County Board of Commissioners Par-
ties desiring to provide these services should
submit eight (8) copies of Statement of Qual-
ifications to Baker County, Attention: Sara Lit-
tle, Baker County Administration, 55 N. Third
St., Macclenny, FL 32063. 904-259-3613, no
later than 1:00 pm on October 13, 2006.
All submittals shall include at a minimum the
following information: 1) One or two page
Letter of Interest. 2) Four references with
names and telephone numbers of contact
persons for completed projects of a similar
nature in the State of Florida. 3) Resumes of
individual team members including years of
service with current firm as well as previous
experience. 4) A general outline of planned
steps and procedures to compile the neces-
sary data including a tentative time table for
implementing a Transportation Master Plan/
Thoroughfare Plan for Baker County. Please
download attachments for a detailed Public
Announcement. NOTE: Interested parties
are advised that lobbying of Evaluator Com-
mittee members, Baker County Government
employees, or elected officials regarding Re-
quest for Qualifications is strongly discour-
aged.The County reserves the right to cancel
this project at any time. M/WBE's are encour-
aged to participate in the bid process.

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 5, 2006 Page 10

Jitua ries

Sara O'Neal, 75,

of Olustee dies
Sara Pearl O'Neal, 75, of
Olustee died on Thursday, Sep-
tember 28, 2006 at North Florida
Hospital in
after an ex-
tended ill-
ness. Mrs.
O'Neal was
born Febru-
ary 16, 1931 C:
to the late
Freddie and "
Lottie Rob- 1
inson and
from Rich- Ms. O'Neal
ardson High
School in Lake City in 1947. She
retired from Northeast Florida
State Hospital after 33 years of
service. She was also employed
by the US Forest Service after
'she retired.
Mrs. O'Neal accepted Christ
at an early age and was a life-
long and faithful member of
Oak Grove Missionary Bap-
tist Church in Olustee. She was
the widow of Nathaniel O'Neal
and was preceded in death also
by sister Minnie Lee Bush and
brother Fred Robinson.
Mrs. O'Neal is survived by
daughter Natalie Maxwell of
Olustee; sons Jonathan (Yvonne)
O'Neal and Keith (Teal) O'Neal
of Lake City, sisters Ernestine
Broomfield of Olustee and Sher-
yl (Ivory) Haywood of Tampa;
brothers Clarence (Gwendo-
lyn) Robinson and Gerald (An-
gie) Ford of Lake City, Arthur
(Rosetta) Robinson and Bobby
(Audrey) Robinson of Olustee;
sisters-in law Helen Robinson,
Mosspoint. Miss. and Myotule Mae
O'Neal of Hendersonville. NC;
step-mother-in-law Kate Shan-
non of Jacksonville; grandchil-
dren Miquelle, Darrius (Nequila),
Damon, Keyneishia, Terrance,
Nitosha. Trinita (Stephen), Dex-
ter, Bree, Earl, Keona and Erin;
seven great-grandchildren; a host
of nieces, nephews, cousins and
sorrowing friends.
,The funeral for Mrs. O'Neal
will be on Saturday, October 7
at 1:00 pm at her church. Visita-
tion with the family will be held
October 6 from 6:00-7:00. pm at
Cooper Funeral Home in Lake

Thank you
We would like to thank the
community, Taylor Church,-pas-
tots Mark Woods and Jim Cox
for their consideration and help
during our loss.,
The family of Shirlene (Liz) DeHart


New Hoprefjr the Commnunity
Five Churches Road
Hwy. 127 Sandersom, FL
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday MomrningWorship 11-00 a.m.
We. Night BTih Study 7:00 p.m.
Every, 4 Sundav Night Servke 7-00p.m.n
Vidie/" Williamns -Pastor

Jimmie Osteen,

former resident
Jimmie James Osteen, 52,
of Lawtey died peacefully on
September 28, 2006 at Shands
Hospital at Starke after an ap-
parent heart attack. Mr. Osteen
was born in Lake City and lived
in Baker County before moving
to Late. He was a sergeant at
Union Correctional Institution
near Raifrd, and prior to that
was employed 19 years with
Florida Gas Transmission near
Mr. Osteen was a member of
Evergreen Baptist Church near
Lawtey, where he was a deacon.
He was predeceased by his moth-
er, Beatrice Manning Osteen.
He is survived b\ Judy Red-
ding Osteen of Lawtey, his wife
of 33 years; daughters Tiffany
(Jimmy) Underhill of Starke and
Melanie (Rodney) Alldredge of'
Lawtey; father and step-mother
James and Joyce Osteen of Glen
St. Mary; brother Donald of
Albany, Ga.; grandsons Jacob
and Jarrett Underhill, his "little
buddies" who he was especially
close to.
The funeral service for Mr.
Osteen was held on October 2
at 11:00 am at his church with
Rev. Paul Steinbach officiating.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler was in charge of arrange-

Gospel sing
Black tie gospel extravagan-
za will be held Saturday, October
7 at the Baker County Ag Cen-
ter. The event is sponsored by
the Emmanuel Church of God in
Christ, which hopes to make it an
.annual one.
Some. of, the church's own
gospel talent will join featured:
recording artist Walter Ponder.
For more details, telephone 275-

Mr. Raulerson

funeral October 3
Vernon Huey Raulerson Sr.,
66, of Macclenny died at his
home on
30, 2006.
Hewasborn V
in Baxter on
1940 to the 6
late Orbie -
and Mollie
Crews Raul-
erson Mr. .M rr
owned and Mr. Raulerson
Raulerson Welding and Fabrica-
tion and was a US Navy Veteran.
He lived in Baker County most
of his life, and enjoyed fishing,
gardening and household proj-
ects. He is predeceased by his
son John A. Johnson Jr.
Mr. Raulerson is survived by,
his loving wife, Susie K. Rauler-
son of lacclenny; children Dar-
ren Raulerson of Macclenny and
Julie Raulerson Wingate (Jimmy)
of Nlacclenny. ReginaRaulerson
Muth (Mark) of Virginia Beach,
VA, Vernon Huey Raulerson,
Jr. (Terri) of Fernandina Beach,
Sharon Raulersoin Johnson (Da-
vid) of Kingsland, Ga. and Karen'
Raulerson Beasley of Jackson-
ville; brothers Joe Raulerson of
Green Cove Springs and Romey
"Jig" Raulerson of Lakeland;
nine Grandchildren and numer-
ous nieces and nephews.
The funeral service for Mr.
Raulerson was held on October
3 at 11:00 am in the chapel of
Ferreira Funeral Services with
Pastor Bill Crews officiating. In-
terment followed in North Prong

In loving memory

Earl Williams
4/2/33 10/3/05
We miss you so much. You
never turned anyone away, and
we are sure when you returned
those crowns to Jesus, you heard
the most wonderful words: "Well'
done, my faithful servant." (1
Corinthians, chapter 3, verse 8).
Your losing family

Jesus: The Way, The Truth and The Life
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 P.M.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Wed. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner,
North 6th Street Macclenny 259-3500
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First Baptist Church
-"'A .4 'n (i, o Sunday School 9-45 AM
.B L>' (,,u'" Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 PM
e Wednesday Prayer MeeLing 7:00 PM
Dr. Walter Bennett, InIernm Sr. Pastor
Perry Hays, Associate Pastor

Guerry Funeral Home

We are a family owned company with two locations
serving our respective communities. If you have a question about
a funeral with burial or a funeral with cremation, call us.

Guerry Funeral Home's reputation was built on caring for your family.

420 E. Macclenny Ave. (U.S. 90 East)

Bill Guerr

2659 S.W. Main Blvd. (U.S. 41 South)
Lake City
(386) 752-2414

y and Bryan Guerry, Funeral Directors
y Williams, Office Administrator

William Rhoden

service October 2
William Seaborn Rhoden, 20,
of Glen St. Mary died suddenly
on Friday,
September BmI
29, 2006 at
Ed Fraser
He was bom

on March N
15, 1986
and lived
in Baker'.
County all
his life. Mr. Rhoden
M r
Rhoden graduated from Baker
County High School in 2004.
He enjoyed fishing, hunting and
spending time with his family
and friends. He is predeceased
by his grandfather Eulice (Monk)
He is survived by parents
Gregory and Jawan. Dobson
Rhoden of Glen St: Mary; ma-
ternal grandparents Mildred and
Don Dobson of Olustee; pater-
nal grandparents Linda Sue and
Wayne Lynch of Wellborn, Fla.;
paternal grandmother Pat Rho-
den of St. George. Ga.; brother
Shane Rhoden of Glen; sister
Brandi Manning (Gary),of Sand-
erson; niece Jadvn Manning and
nephews Chase Manning and
Jace Rhoden.
The funeral service for Mr.
Rhoden was held at 11:00 am on
Monday, October 1 in the chapel
of Ferreira Funeral Services in
Macclenny with pastors David
Thomas and Timmy Thomas of-
ficiating. Interment followed at
Taylor Cemetery.
The family requests donations
to the William (Seab) Rhoden
fund at Country Federal Credit
Union in Macclenny or Glen.

Nettie Thomas

dies at age 91
I Mrs. Nettie Virginia Thomas,
91, died Monday, October 2,
2006. Mrs. Thomas was a long-
time resident of Jacksonville and
a member of Dinsmore Baptist
Church. She had many relatives
and friends in Baker County.
She was predeceased by her
husband Jesse Thomas, and her
daughter Frances Geoghagan,
Survivors include sons Jim (Mar-
garet) and Phillip (Kathy) Thom-
as; brother Calvin Rogers; seven
grandchildren: Michael Thomas,

Amy Thomas, Amanda Hilburn,
Ter Hickox, Tina Brooks, Ginny
Anderson and Jessica Thomas;
14 great-grandchildren.
The funeral service for Mrs.
Thomas was held at 11:00 am
on Wednesday, October 4, in the
chapel of Corey-Kerlin Funeral
Home on Rowe Ave. in Jackson-
ville with pastors Jay Huddleston
and Winson Butler officiating.
Interment was in Riverside Me-
morial Park.

Mt. Zion N.C.
Methodist Church
121 North t 259-4461
Jlacclenny, FL
Pastor Tim Cheshire
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 pm

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

573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am 11:00 am
Worship Services
i 11.00 .t,
.: \\-ed. Bible Srd-v
3i pinl
r *, I. ,,|,Minister
...-.. Sam F. Kitching


St. Peters Anglican Fellowship
Minnesota Ave. Macclermy, Fla.
Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Service 10:00 am

Holiness Church
CR 127 N., Sanderson, FL
Sunday School 10:00 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pm
-, Pastor: Oral E. Lyonsr(

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

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23-A to Lauramore Rd. & Fairgrounds Rd.
Sunday School 9:45 am ;
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Services 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm
Pastor J. C. Lauramore Welcomes All
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Seventh St. & Ohio Ave., Macclenny

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

Youth Programs

S I', ; ,

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

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


Jesus answered, Venily, verily I
say unto thee, except a man be
born of water and of the Spirit,
he cannot enter into Ihe king-
dom of God." Jon 3:5

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 5, 2006 Page 11

Gloria Torres

dies at age 92
Gloria Suarez Torres; 92, of
Macclenny died September 26,
2006 at her residence following
a sudden illness.
Ms. Torres was born in Vre-
ques, Puerto Rico and lived in
Lancaster, Pa. before recently
moving to Macclenny. She was
a homemaker.
She is survived by daughter
Gloria M. Acosta of Macelenny;
sons Candido Acosta of Fajardo,
Puerto Rico, Ismael Calderon of
Lancaster and Carmelo Calde-
ron of Ft. Myers, Fla.; and seven
The funeral service was, con-
ducted at 2:00 pm on September
30 in the chapel of Guerry Funer-
al Home in Macclenny with Rev.
Eddie Grif s of Raiford Road
Church of citing. Interment
was in Oak Grove Cemetery.

Family grateful
On September 23, our son
Jason was unexpectedly called
home to the Lord. Our family
was devastated by the loss. Were
it.not for all of the prayers, phone
calls, cards and overall outpour-
ing of love from friends and fam-
ily, we would never have been
able to cope with this tragedy.
Although Jason was not Bak-
er County-born and bred, he il-
ways considered Baker County
his home, as do we and the rest
of our family. We cannot begin to
express our thanks to all of you
for everything you have done for
us during our time of sorrow; it
will never be forgotten and can
never be repaid.
A special note of thanks to
Father Jose Maniyangat and the
rest of our church family, Sher-
iff Joey Dobson, of cers Mike
Crews and Ben Anderson, and
especially Todd Ferreira and his
staff. ,
May God bless you all.
Jim and Bonnie Palleschi and family

Gospel sing
There will be a gospel sing
this Saturday night, October 7
,at the Old Kings Road Baptist
Church-in Jacksonville. It starts
at7:00 pm.
The featured singers will be
Calvary's Voice. Everyone wel-
come; for details call 305-4309.

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SPastor Be. Ernie Terre l

First Baptist Church
of Sanderson
CR 229 S., Sanderson FL
Sunday, School ....... 10:00 am
Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sun. Evening Worship .. 6:00 pm
Wed. Eve. Bible Study. .7:00 pm
AWANA Wed. Night.. 7:00 pm
Pastor Bob Christmas

First United'

93 N. 5th St., Macclenny 259-3551
!Sunday School: 10:00 am
Sunday Worship: 11:00 am
Sunday Youth: 6:00 pm
Wednesday Dinner: 5:45 pm
MWednesday Worship: 6:15 pm
SJohn L. Hay, Jr., Pastor ;'
K a,. .. ^0

Ready set go! It's that time
again and the Council on Aging
is set for a big time at the Baker
County Fair, starting this com-
ing Friday evening. All our
"Elder Angels", staff volun-
teers and Board members, will
be taking turns manning the
Council on Aging food booth
at the Fair. The kitchen is heat-
ing up to do Lima beans, sau-
sage on rice with cornbread and
sweet tea. And Anna will be in
to help get those ever popular
lemon 'meringue pies going.
Anyone wanting to order a
whole pie, to be picked up at
the Senior Center after Monday,
during the day or early evening,
should come in to the Center or
call 259-2223 extension 231 to
place an order.
Mark another date on your
calendar and get ready to come
out to the Macclenny Woman's
Club, at 6:30 on October 24
for an evening of informative
and useful information. Flyers
are going up around the coun-
ty for this "Day of Decision"
Workshop. This is a "Five
Wishes" presentation, applica-
ble to all ages, and all are wel-
come to attend as seating capac-
ity permits.
The Council on Aging will
again ha\e the Senior Center
open for a "No Trick/We Treat"
Halloween Costume party on
Friday evening, October 27th
from 5:30pm 8:00pm. This
event was a great success, last
year and we are ready for even
more fun this year. This is a
family event where our Seniors
dress up and host "treat" tables
where they each distribute
goodies to visiting children and
enjoy refreshments and music.
There's food and good fellow-
ship and a prize for the best cos-:
tume. We invite any senior and
family members to dress up and
join us for fun, food & good
Physical activity is an enor-:p
mously important factor in
healthy aging. The older we
get, the more important it is to
be physically active but, para-
doxically, the older we get, the
more difficult it is to stay active.
Seniors and the disabled popula-
tion should pay particular atten-
tion to maintaining a healthy
and safe physical activity level.
There are several local agen-
cies, (the YMCA, CURVES, the
Health Department, etc.) that
may offer supervised exercise
programs aimed at keeping
physically fit. Other activities,
like bicycling, are well worth
looking into for. a personal or
group activity and are begin-
ning to catch on locally with the
seniors' crowd.
Some tips on physical activ-
* Try doing some isometric
leg and abdomen exercises
while in the car or sitting for
any extended period of time.
* If you work at a desk or are
in-a wheelchair, fill two milk
bottles with water (a 2 gal
Ion bottle of water equals
about 4 lbs.) or get weights

to keep beside your desk and
lift them a few times at the
end of every hour to build
muscles in your shoulders,
arms and hands; stretch arms
by raising them to the ceil-
ing and pulling them behind
your chair; gently turn and
twist your body in several
different directions to get a
good stretch in your back..
* Don't sit for more than
an hour at a time. Get up,
move around, STRETCH
your muscles. If you. are
in a wheel chair, roll back
and forth from,one room to
another for about five min-
utes every hour or make a
trip up and down the side-
walk. Get off your bottom
as often as possible; sitting
for long periods greatly
increases the risk of pres-
sure ulcers. For more tips on
wheelchair pressure relief
exercises check out the
National Center on Physical
Activity and Disability,.
(NCPAD) website at http://
* Maintain healthy eating hab-
its, move around more and
sleep 7 to 8 hours a night.
* Remember the Five M's to
good health: Moving More
Means M1lore Nlobilit!!!

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Marching in a sometimes less"
than straight line but %\ ith great
enthusiasm, 3, 4 and 5 year-
olds from the Special Blessings
School Readiness Center in
Macclenny participated in an,
early morning march to benefit
the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
September 29.
The children managed
through pledges and donations
to raise over $500 of the proj-
ect's targeted $1,000 goal.
Special Blessings chose the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation as

Sunday night services at I

will be cancelled on October 15.

Rev. J.C. Lauramore \vill be preaching at
New River Church starting at 6:00 pm.
Rev. Wayne Williams will be preaching at
Nlonday, October 16 at 7:00 pm
\Vednesday night services will be cancelled October 18.

Public Notice


Nita D. Crawford
Supervisor of Elections



Pastor: Re\. Bobby Christmas
Assoc. Pastor and Song leader: Re\. Rick Voorhees

Dinner after Service
Everyone Welcome!

Sunday\ School: 10:00 a.m. Wednesday Night A\\ anas: 6:30 p.m.
Worship Service: 11:00 a.m. Worship: 7:00 p.m.
E\ ening Worship: 6:00 p.m.
Dear Re'. Bobby Christmas. the congregation counts you as a blessing that \\e all share tou have encouraged
us. challenged us to be the best we can be. and you have shared our jo) s and sorrows all these years Lirough
lie good tirnmes and the bad We realize you do this with around the clock pressure to be a spiritual role model.
caring counselor, and on-call supporter. We know that we have high expectations of you and we are thankful
for you being there for us.
Pastor Bobb\, we are eternally grateful that God called you here to us and %e want you to know yonu and Nina
are cared tfor and loved. You are not only our minister, you are our friend.
Dear Re-. Rick Vonrhees, we also count you as :a blessing that we all share. You have brought the gospel to
us in beautiful music. We share the joy of knowing you as our friend and Associate Pastor Mla. God bless
you and Susan with the jo\ you ha\e brought all of us. EBen when the choir doesnrllget it right and you call it
"leaning" ...we know that you are here to teach us to do the best of our ability, for the Lord. We all appreciate
the job you are doing

the recipient of its fund-rais-
ing project because. employee,
Martha Burnett's 15-year-old
son Charlie has the disease.
Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is a
life-threatening genetic disease
which causes abnormally thick
mucus to clog the lungs. There
is no cure.'
TheMini March was dedicated
to Charlie, who is currently hos-
pitalized at Wolfson Children's
Hospital in Jacksonville due to
complications. from a respira-
torN infection.
Chris Stitsinger, who coordi-
nates the before and after-school
care programs, addressed the
excited group of kids just before
the marching began.

Andrea Pelfrey, 4, who
received the highest scores over
a four-week period for behav-
ior and attendance at Special
Blessings, was selected to lead
the march.
furnishes lesson plans and videos
to teachers which help prepare
children to participate in fund
raising marches.
' "The kids really seem to
understand what they are march-
ing for," said Mr. Stitsinger. "We
are especially proud that we had
kids say they would help if they
didn't get anything. One 4-year-
old student was so dedicated.
she' raised $185 in pledges by

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14271 N. SR 121 Macclenny, Florida
Chalk-Talk Artist
Marie Smith
Sunday, October 8
10:45 a..m & 6:30 p.m.

Marie Smith a "Chalk-Talk
Artist will be at New Life
Church of God. She is a
credentialed minister, and she
and her husband, Gene,
pastor the Lynn Haven
Church of God. As a
"Chalk-Talk Artist", she now
works with a unique medium
called "invisible chalk"

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 5, 2006 Page 12

Vikings snagJags 30-13

In the Youth Football League Saturday. the Pee Wee Vikings had
their hands full against a scrappy Jaguars team, but prevailed 30-13.
Kesjaun Jefferson had a stunning game. rushing for 263 yards on
just nine carries. He had touchdown runs of 28. 52. 71 and 73 yards.
Dylan Irish scored 6 extra points.
On defense, Kolby Wilcox had 13 tackles.
For the Jags, Hunter Riggs gained 66 ,ards on 7 carries and scored
an extra point. Sheldon Grif s ran S times for 28 yards, including a
15-) ard touchdown. Savo\ Jefferson caught a 39-yard pass.
On defense, John Cra\\ ford took a fumble 40 yards for a score.
Results from Saturday's games:
In the other Pee Wee Division game, it \\as the Cowboys roping
the Packers 18-0.
In the Middle Division, the Jets landed on the Broncos 20-13 and
the Steelers short-circuited the Chargers 29-6.
On Monday night in the Senior Division, the Patriots declared in-
dependence from the Colts 28-13 and the 49ers slathered aloe on the
Redskins 20-0.
On Tuesday night, the Senior Division Bears mauled the Dolphins:
19-0, and,the Pee Wee Vikings explored the Titans 46-12.
a. i ? i ;J r '",-, C" j?' r, "

Lady Cats

finish fourth
The Lady Wildcat volleyball
team performed well in the Wolf-
son Classic last weekend with a
fourth pl'ce nish, but afterward
went into a spiral.
The Cats dropped a ve match
heartbreaker to Hilliard, then
%were plagued by errors and inju-
ries in the Santa Fe tourney and
against First Coast High School.
The Wildcats played well ear-
ly against Hilliard. taking the
rst match 25-20, but lost the
second 22-25. They bounced
back in the third 25-21, but fell
apart late, losing the last two
matches 14-25, 10-25. Tiffany
Norman and Brittany Gray each
had 6 kills and Mindy Roberts
had 4 assists.
Injuries riddled the Cat start-
ers and the girls had to compete
at Santa Fe with two JV players
in the starting lineup. Gray, one
of the team's top offensive play-
ers was lost to a knee injury and
starter Cassie Kennedy fell to an
The Cats then gave First Coast
a tough game, but lost all three
"You hate to lose, but you al-
ways ha\e to nd the positive in
everything." said Coach Chris
Armoreda. "I was encouraged, by
the hustle and determination. The
girls were doing whatever it took
to keep the ball off the ground."
Our Achilles heel has been our
inconsistent play."
The Cats have struggled to
play error-free ball all season,
but errors have been the cause
of several of their losses. Ashley
Holton led the way against First
Coast \with 6 points. Tiffany Nor-
man had 7 kills and Kallie Crum-
mev 11 assists.
The Cats will host Union'
County on Oct. 6 and West Nas-
sau on Oct. 10. JV plays at 5:30
and varsity at 6:30. The Union
Count) game is senior night and
the Lady Cats will honor seniors
Kristin Mathis and Mind) Rob-
erts. Also, every fan will get a
Wildcat bracelet. ,
".u o "

BCHS boys outrun three other schools

The Wildcat cross country
team had a strong week, defeat-
ing West Nassau, Hilliard and
Yulee in a quad meet Thursday
on the Baker County High
School course.
They also had a good showing
at the Middleburg Invitational
against some tough competi-
The boys' tear won with ease
at home and coach Charles Ruise
was happy with the result.
"Times weren't really a focus
in this race. we wanted to finish
strong as a team. They are really
starting to gel and are looking
forward to making this a very
exciting season."
The girls haven't won a lot
this season, but Ruise is pleased
with their performances and
groe th. The girls' team includes
Shae Raulerson, Guadalupe
Campos. Sarah Combs, Brittan\


(From page 13)
pressure on the quarterback."
The Cats held the Tigers.
to four completions in seven
attempts forjust 20 yards through
the air.
Led by Pollard's 134 yards.
however, Jackson's running
backs gained 204 yards on 36
Baker defenders got three
sacks two b) Rod Rentz and
one by Curtis Bennett and
recovered twxo fumbles, both by
Jared Sharman.
After giving up the early
score, the/ Cats' defense shut
down Jackson for the rest of the
first half.
Meanwhile, the offense was
able to get on the scoreboard
with a five-yard burst by Chaz
Johns, but failed on the, two-
point conversion.
At the half it was 7-6 Tigers.
The key play, of the game
and perhaps the season came
early in the third quarter when
the Cats had the ball first and
goal on the Jackson six-yard line

Members of the BCHS Cross Counrrv team: Luke Kennedy,: Paul Gibson, Corey
Cavatuiigh. .Allen Luffinan. John Craif/ord, Tinuny Mason. Robert Mason. Chris
Holland, Kelsey Dudley,. T.J. Mosley, Blake Rhoden. Brttany Dale, Thomas Dtun,
Guadalope Campos, Evan Ward,. Shae Rai/erson. Sarah Combs, yvl ia Sotomayor

Dale. Sylvia Sotomayor, and
Kelsey Dudley.
Both the girls and boys
did well in competition at
Middleburg against over 100
runners from around the state.
"It was another opportunity

lose to Andrei
thanks to a long run by quarter-
back Carlos Holton.
"If we score, we're up 12-7 or
14-7 and would have had all the
momentum," Johns said. "I don't
believe they could have driven
down the field after that."
A questionable call by an offi-
cial. however, helped short-cir-
cuit that scenario. The Cats were
hit with a 15-yard personal foul
penalty, although observers near
the end zone saw% nothing of the
kind. There's speculation that the
official threw the flag against the
Tigers after one of their players
grabbed a Cat by the jersey and
slung him around, but mistak-
enly called it against the Baker
Asked about the call, Johns
said. "There were a lot of rea-
sons we lost the game.
"I called a horrible offense. I
had us working out of the gun
and that was just terrible. We
should have been under center
in the second half, pounding the
ball. I think we were wearing
them down a little."
Led b3 Holton's 94 ,y-rds oni

to see how our runners compare
to the rest of the competition."
The Cats will travel to
Fernandina Beach Thursday for
a 4:30 pm meet.

.16 parries, the running game
generated 148 yards on 29 car-
ties. Lucious Lee gained 32
yards on 8 carries, while Chaz
Johns had 22 on 5.
"'We didn't play great on the
offensive line. Not terrible, but
not great. Tony Nguyen is prob-,
ably our best offensive linemanl
and one of our biggest at 240)
But their ends were massive, 29d
and 260..Our kids would get or'
them but couldn't handle them.
"We threw" it a little better,
but went downtown too much.
We have to get Carlos to make
his short reads, to be patient,
and throw more high-percentage
Still. Holton completed 7 of
13 passes for 44 yards. and there \
one interception.
After Jackson took a 14-6 lead
into the fourth quarter, neither,,
team scored. With under threeJ
minutes left, the Cats defense'
stopped the Tigers and forced1
a punt. The offense, however,
was able to move the ball only'
to near midfield before turning i1
over-on downs..


Nursing & Rehab
would like to recognize the -
Baker County Middle School.
Football player and Cheerleader
of the week for the game)'
against Fernandina Beach
September 26.'

------------ h --1I

BCMS Football

D.J. Page 8th grade

BCMS Cheerleader

Morgan McDuf e 7th grade

Each received a $10 gift card to Woodys courtesy of
Macclenny Nursing and Rehab .

Annual BCMA


S Banquet

Thursday, October 12

7:00 p.m.


251 W.

I^Hfc Aw W ^is


Fellowship Temple
Ohio, Macclenny

- is

I Complete your
I RSVP Reservation

form and mail to:

I P.O. Box 1254

I Macclenny, FL 32063
I Guest Reservations
I Welcome!

Each Baker County Church
will be provided free dinner
reservations for two (Pastor
and spouse recommended)
at the Banquet. Additional
guests are welcome at $5.00
per person. Featuring a
unique dining experience
with a delicious catered meal
by BonoO s Barbeque. Dead
line for reservations is Mon-
day, October 9, 4:30 p.m.
Please complete your RSVP
Reservation and
return ASAP.
Dress is casual.

For info or Reservations:
259-2933 or 259-1199


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 5, 2006 Page 13

Baker County 6

i Cats 'freshaunn dejensi e back Harold Moore closesfiast and breaks up the pass


Jackson 14

Andrew Jackson High's
Troy Pollard was the
difference in the game.
Returning from injury,
he rushed for 134 yards
and scored both touch-
downsfor the Tigers.
Here, he returns a punt,
leaving the Cats'Hank
Farmer in his wake.

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Press Staff
The Wildcats' playoff hopes
are on life-support after taking a
near-fatal hit Friday when they
lost 14-6 at home to Andrew
Jackson High School, dropping
their district record to 0-2.
the Cats can make the playoffs.
according to head coach Bbbty'
Johns. is for them to \%in their
remaining district games against
Suwannee County and Bishop
Kenny, then hope Jackson and.
Kenny beat Raines High. The
result 'would be a three-way
tie among Baker, Kenny and
Iaines, with the Cats winning
the tie-breaker. However, if they
finish tied with Raines only,
they lose the tie-breaker because
they lost to the Vikings.
"It's disappointing that we
Had to play Jackson and Raines
relatively early in our season,
and now we've somewhat elim-
inated ourselves," Johns said
Tuesday as he talked about how
much his team has improved.
"'I know we're a much better
t4am than when we played West
Llassau [in the preseason kick-
Off classic]. If people around
Here can't see we've improved,
they haven't been watching the
qame games as I have."
Johns said the Cats' defense
has made "huge strides," espe-
cially in pass coverage. The sec-

ondary began the season young
and inexperienced.
He also cited improvement
in the team's run defense, offen-
sive line and running game.
About the only sore spot is
the Cats' passing game, which
Johns described as "not ver)
"We'll focus on that the rest
of the season," he said. "We'll
have 'all otfr skill kids back- next
yeiir [except Chaz Johns], so if

we can improve, it puts us on
a different level as an offense
next year."
The Cats, who failed to win
a game last year under former
coach Carl West, are 3-3 this
season, and with four games
remaining are likely to finish at
or above .500.
"We can be a very good team
if we can keep the kids focused,"
Johns said. referring to the let-'
"'down after a loss in the season's

Carta' Ho/to,, firt sone' ollis 13 passe' in the game. He co,pre

biggest game combined with
potential distractions,, such as
the approach of hunting sea-
son and winter sports. He also
referred to an apparent letdown n
among the fan base. "It doesn't
seem that the buzz is the same
as it was in the beginning."
'Tm not sure anyone out-
side of this football team and
coaching staff thought %\e had a
chance against Jackson.-"
As it turned out. the Cats

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had a very good chance to take
out one of the best teams in
Northeast Florida, and perhaps
the state.
The Tigers struck first, mov-
ing briskly down the field in the
opening quarter to set up a 13-'
yard score by star running back
Troy Pollard, who was playing
his first game since injuring his
foot a few weeks ago. The extra
point put Jackson up 7-0.
The apparent ease with \% which
the visitors moved the ball hint-
ed 'at a long night for Baker's
defense. However, while the
Cats didn't exactly dominate,
they hustled, hit and harassed

Next: Unior
This week the Cats host anoth-
er group of Tigers, as Union
County High School comes to
Memorial Stadium October 6 for
a non-district game.
With a 1-5 record, the perenni-
al power is in a transition period,
Johns said. "They're struggling
a little bit. They lost a lot of kids
from last year... changed philoso-
phy to throwing the ball... their in
transition, to new kids and a new
"I'll tell you what, though,
they're not going to come to
Macclenny and not play hard."
The only common oppo-
nent the two teams have had is
Gainesville's Eastside High

the Tigers the rest of the game,
holding them to just one other
score, a nine-yard run by Pollard
at the end of the third quarter.
On both touchdowns. he used
his speed to get outside.
"We gave up contain a couple
of times on the touchdown ns,"
Johns said. "We knew that was
one thing we had to do, because
he doesn't run hard inside, but
even at 85 or 90 percent he's
faster than anyone we have.
"'We did a good job between
the tackles. We were good
against the passing game; no
one was running free and we had
(See page 12)

School. The Cats, in what was
probably their worst game of
the season, lost 41-22 at home
September 8, while the Tigers fell
61-24 to the Rams.
Friday's game, which is Senior
Night, begins at 7:30 pm.
The following week Friday
the 13th the Cats travel to
Live Oak for a district game
against Suwannee County, then
have a bye week leading up to
Homecoming on October 27
against Bishop Kenny in what
could potentially be a game with
playoff implications. The sea-
son ends with trip to Fernandina
Beach November 3.

By the

Andrew Jackso
Baker County

1st quarter
2nd quarter
; 3rd quarter
4th quarter


Chalk talk

Film star

by Bobby Johns



Troy Pollard, 13-yard run (kick good)

Chaz Johns, 5-yard run (pass failed)

Pollard, 9-yard run (kick good)

The key play in the Jackson game was a version of one from earlier this season. It is a fullback
lead play that we ran out of our trips formation after quarterback Carlos Holton had his great run
down to the six-yard line in the third quarter. We used trips formation to manipulate their defense
into the place we wanted them. On first down we ran a 32 lead and one of our backs was at the
slot position blocking on a defensive back. We missed a block at the point of attack and running
back.Chaz Johns gained only two yards. However, one of our players was flagged for a late block,
which set us back to the 21-yard line. We never regained our composure after that.
The 33 lead is an isolation play we use to run right at the "guts" of the defense. By using trips
formation, we can force the defense to remove defenders from the "box" and give us a better
chance to be successful. After the handoff, Carlos carries out a fake of the option, which also slows
down the outside force from getting into the play.
This has been maybe the best play I have had in my playbook since I became a head coach
and it hopefully will be for many years to come.

Tyler Thomas
senior tight end had one of his best
games, said coach Bobby Johns
he did a great job blocking... back-
side cut blocks and second-effort
blocks downfield
Tyler has been an unsung guy this
season and we thought he should
get some recognition because he's
blocked his tail off and given us a
solid performer at that position
he's come a long way after not hav-
ing played since middle school

Carlos Holton 16-94,.Lucious Lee 8-32, Chaz Johns 5-22

Holton 7-13-44 (interception)


Chaz Johns 3-19, Jamar Farmer 2-12, Greg Williams 1-11, Hank Farmer 1-2
Tommy Moore 14, Rod Rentz 14, Johns 11, Darvin Ruise 11, Jimmie Gainey 9,
Jared Sharman 9

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 5, 2006 Page 14



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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, October 5, 2006 Page Two-B

September 16-30 land sales

Richmond American
Homes Of Florida LP to
Clark, Angela in Rolling
Meadows Lot 91,
Hall, Wilbert Freeman
to Bryant, Charles David
in Town of Sanderson Bk
441, $42,000
Martin, Melinda A to
Martin, Brandon L in 35-
2s-2ie, $72,000
Gonzalez, Gerald D to
Bennett, Jonathan B in 25-
2s-20e, $89,000
Rhoden, Iva Dell to
Rhoden, Randall Sherman
in 32-2s-22, $10
Refuse Services Inc to E
I Du Pont De Nemours and
Company in 25-3s-22e,
Fisher, Billy John to
Holland, Jerry in 12-1s-
20e, $10
Griffis, William David to
Combs, Timothy L in 4-3s-
22e, $45,000
Watt, Paul Brian to
Blantz, Christopher Alan in
12-2s-21e, $212,000 ,
Lee and Baker Properties
Inc to Romeka Group Inc in
8-3s-22e, $115,000
Smith, Russell E Jr
to Raulerson, lvie J Jr.,
Raulerson, Ivie J Jr to
Smith, Russell Edgar Jr in
17-2s-22e, $115,000
Stout, Jason to Oconnor,
Stacy M 'in 31-2s-22e,
Hulett, Jack to Hulett,
Jack in Town Of Glen St
Mary Lot4 Bk 42, $0
Rhoden, Travis "to
Rhoden, Gayle C, $1
Galley, Martha L to
Sellers, Michael C in 1-Is-
20e, $0
Sellers, Michael C to
Wilford, Matthew W in 1-
ls-20e, $92,500
Rice, Larry to
Dennison, Gary Alan in
Lot 5 Whisphering Pines,
Woodington, William E
to Hopkins, Chuck in 31-
2s-21e, $10
Hopkins, Chuck to
Swanson, Willie in 31-2s-
21e, $100,000
Stone, Elton R to
Newell, David J in 29-Is-
20, $3,000
Bowen, Clara Sue to
Bowen, James D in 05-2s-
22, $0
Gracie, Ronald D to
Clark, Michael S in 18-3s-
21e, $0
Beeler, Sandra Brown to
Stuhr, Dale in 25-2s-21e,
Denmark, James H Jr to
Denmark, Teresa P in 4-
3s-22e, $10
Secretary Of Veterans
Affairs to Keys, Ted F
lii in Ridge Est Lot 25,
Woodington, William E
to Taylor, Ron in 36-2s-
20e, $10
Walker, Claudell to
Michell, Michael William'in
Powells Sub Lot 10 Bk 4,
Kennedy, John D to
Ogrosky, Rose in 30-2s-

22, $10
Wilbanks, Steven T to
Monds, Stanley in East
1/2 Of Lot 6, $5,000
Rock Contractors Inc to
Lee & Baker Properties
Inc in 8-1s-21e, $10

Green Point Credit LLC
to Lee & Baker Properties
Inc in 8-ls-21e, $35,000
Wasik, Kevin M to
Gnann, James E in S25-
2s-21e, $196,500
Duckworth, Richard C to
Dedmon, R John in Town
Of Macclenny Lot 8 Lot 5
Blick 56, $57,000
Odom, Mikell to
Raulerson, Ivey J Jr in S17-
2s-22e, $0
Mobley, Flora Cecil to
Raulerson, Ivey J Jr in S17-
2s-22e, $0
Raulerson, Ivie J to
Smith, Russell Edgar Jr in'
S17-2s-22e, $0
Owen, Laura Barnes to /
Walker, Emily Millicent, $1
Forsyth, Merline Knabb
to Aman Richard S Jr in Lot
30 Hill Of Glen, $100,000
Yarborough, Robert E to
Homes By Gray Inc Florida
Corporation in 12-2s-21e,

Rydwell, Darla A to
Lovelands LLC in Lot 1 2
3 4 Of Finley Subdivision,
Ruise, Arrie B to Ruise,
Arrie B in 33-2s-21e, $0
Rhoden, Iva Dell to
Rhoden, Randall Sherman
in 32-2s-22e, $0
Maronda Homes Inc Of
Florida to Lewis, Teretha
C, $217,900
'Maronda Homes Inc Of
Florida to Fox, Jay B in Lot
52 Cypress Pointe Unit 1,
Mustillo, Michael D to

Henderson, Timothy W in
Lot 38 Cannon- Heights,
_Gray, Snapper L to
Gray, Snapper L in 6588
Sandsdale Rd, $0
Hutchins, Leonard D
to Rydwell, Darla in Lot 3
Kirklands Acres, $48,000
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In established Macclenny neighborhood, 3/2 rome 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!H
Many e-ira,'- 3 BRPN IN
Covered por: r ,. ,,
& 295 s: bonus room. Laminate wood -.
floor, carpet & tile, gas FP, central vacuum, security system, pre-wired
for home theatre. $259,900

3/2 SW & 2 STORY HOm
on 1.21 acre l
Live in the MH while
REDUCED $99,500

2 lots on US 90- in Glen St. Mary with
building. Excellent business opportunity.
Has water & sewer. Currently rented at
$1100/month. $305,000
Excellent lot. East
Macclen r nL o0,000.
Excellent Business Location! 1.25 acres
with 320 feet highway frontage on busy
121 North. Zoned Commercial neighbor-
hood. $419,000

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South. SL i

Price, Christina in Lot
58 Rolling Meadows,
Wilkinson, Chap Irvin to
Payne, Larry Lee Sr in Lot
12 and the North 25 Ft of
Lot 11, $162,000
Raulerson, Lyma to
Kelly, Dawn Christelle in
29-3s-19, $45,000-

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.
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2 weeks vacation. $1200.00 per year Safety Bonus. Driver of the Year
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Gorgeous 10.01 acre parcel
perfect to build your dream home.
Owners have left properly "as is"
so you can clear it as much or as
little as you prefer. Restricted to
site built homes only but you can
have a horse or cow per acre. Just
off US 90 and close to 1-10. Be in
Jacksonville or Lake City and have
the benefits of the country life.

Picture perfect home
in Macclenny I. This home of-
fers beautiful tray ceilings, open
floor plan with large family room,
formal dining room, nice sized
kitchen with loads of oak wood
cabinets, WWC, tile floors, wood
floors in the office or -itl bed-
room. Covered front porch and
back patio perfect for anytime of
the day. Don't miss this one!

Too cute to believe!
Perfect if you want to escape from
the city for the peace and quiet
of the country. Adorable 2 BR, 1
BA on 2.37 acres. You will have
privacy and the benefit of wildlife
right out your door. You have to
come see this bargain to believe.
All the room in the world to grow!
Seller will pa) $2000
toward closing costs!

3/2 almost all brick on 1 acre, 1800+ SE Feels brand new. $27-1,000
3/2 2229 SF completely remodeled with 1000 SF beautiful addition. A must see! $291,000
16 acres in St. George, Georgia. Paved road frontage with a pond. Quiet country living!
$14,5000 per acre.



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

2500 SF' 4BR/3BA house. Completely remodeled and
updated! New Kitchen-Aid 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

on 121

Beautiful Country Home on 5.01 acres
- 4 BR/3 BA-Aro2350heated SF
Detach -_ENDG nt, over-
sized in-ground pool, & large barn. Add'l
land w/pond also available. $429,900

Perfect for your garden with a 16x20 workshop,
just 5 minutes from town! $189,000

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.
C Wayne Combs, Licensed Real Estate Broker
/%^ 259-7709 338-4528 cell
We can show and sell all listings!

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

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday. October 5, 2006 Page Three-B

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1 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 teaspoon baking pow-
2 eggs
4 oz. unsweetened baking
chocolate, melted &. cooled

Sour Cream Chocolate Icing
1/2 cup butter, softened
4 oz. unsweetened bak-
ing chocolate, melted and
4 cups confectioners'
1 cup sour cream
1 teaspoon vanilla.,

Heat oven, to 350o F.
Grease bottom of 13x9-inch
baking pan. In large bowl,
combine all cake ingredi-
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seconds, scraping bowl con-
stantly. Beat on high speed 3
minutes, scraping bowl occa-
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pan. Bake at 350o0 F. for 25 to
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clean. Cool.
For icing, combine but-
ter and chocolate until well
blended. Blend in confec-
tioners' sugar, sour cream and
vanilla; beat until smooth.
Spread over pooled cake.

IMMACULATE 4BR/3.5BA, 2635 sfon
corner lot in Golf Course Community. Lots
of upgrades. MLS#324991, $306,000
- 3 duplexes 6 total units 2/2 &
2/1. Excellent location. MLS#294791,
BRICK BEAUTY- Nice 3BR/2BA, 1780 sf
brick home. Updated kitchen, and much
more. MLS5#321572, $176,900
248 Osf on 5.14 acres. 4-stall barn w/feed
room, tack room, fenced, in desirable area.
MLS#313581, $389,500
LIKE NEW 2-story 3BR/2.5BA, 2320 sf
home, built in 2004. On quiet cul-de-sac.
MLS#310665, $205,000
brick home on 1.32 acres. Pergo floors &
ceramic tile. MLS#317539, $188,000
home on beautiful treed lot. Lots of
updates. MLS#321389, $154,000
53 ACRE FARM In Glen St. Mary set up
with elec*well*septic*fenced*2ponds.
MLS#307155, $874,500
home in Golf Course Community, with lots
of extras. MLS#318336, $425,000
office, atrium, in-ground pool w/water
fall. 4.23 acres, zoned for horses. 3-car
detached garage. MLS#290659, $460,000

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

@ 259-6555 Mi

New listing- Fixer upper for hunter/fisherman. 1994
1296 SF 3 BR, 2 BA MH on 2.73 acres. Shed with
camp kitchen and sleeping area. Near Ocean Pond
in Olustee. Needs a little work. $69,900
3 BR, 1 BA, vinyl siding, new roof on I acre. CH/A.
$100,000. Tony Givens Rd., Sanderson.

NXUisoii Really- Corp. IKL.M V)lkS

of vacant land in the country.
MLS#317891, $642,150
DON'T MISS OUT Here's your
chance to own this beautiful 1.82 acre
lot in established Glenwood. Gravel
drive. MLS#314433, $82,500
VACANT LAND- 40 acres of land
for development south of Sanderson
in Baker County. Great investment
property. MLS#329000, $600,000

WIN Brick, 1632 SF, 3 BR.
2 BA, large modem
kitchen, large family
room with fireplace.
S Con% enient location.

Reduced- Ten high and dry acres zoned for horses.
Located 3 miles %%est of Glen St. MNarn off of US 90.
Good road frontage. Modular, manufactured and con-
%entional homes welcome Reduced to $159.900
Investmer Opporunity- .91 acre zoned for duplexes.
Property .also includes a nice 3 BR. 2 BA home large mod-
em kitchen, spacious family room. fireplace and other ame-
nities Home & duple\ lots priced to sell at $250.000 .

Commercial property- on US Hwy, 90 in
Macclenny. Older home may be converted to busi-
ness space. Established flower shop offering world
wide wire service. $445,000
New Listing- Nearly new 2004 manufactured home.
1984 SF, 3 BR, 2 BA front deck on 10 acres zoned
for horses. Must see to appreciate.$209,000

1395 Chaffee Road

South, Jacksonville


- 2646 SF on 10 acres. MLS#325474,
mobile home with large pond in back..
Quiet country get away. MLS#328344,
LIKE NEW Must see 4BR/3BA, 2380
sf, 2004 Cavalier DW mobile home, on
1 acre. MLS#326135, $160,000

great area w/2 car garage + detached
workshop. Close to 1-10 & has tons of
extras. MLS#318595, $229,000
PRIVATE ACREAGE 7.5 acres private
shady lot, partially cleared, with
paved road frontage. Already split in 2
parcels. MLS#312559, $150,000
1845 sf home in excellent condition
and location. MLS#323448, $200,000

Nice older MU completely renoiated &
new additions. 3 BR, BA, FP, screen &
open porch, abv. ground pool, privacy fence.
Large storage buildings. .88 acre comer lot.
Reasonably priced at $89,900 Owner will
consider financing with 20% down.

1603 sf home. Completely renovated.
MLS#321160, $179,900
NEAR BEACHES- 3BR/1BA, 920 sfwell
maintained home on corner lot. Great buy
near the beaches. MLS#321653, $185,000
READY TO BUILD Approx. 2.5 acre
lot. Spring Lake Estates. Private w/pond.
MLS#319935, $83,000
LARGE TREED LOT- Adorable 3BR/2.5BA,
Ige front pojch. Cul-de-sac, 2-car garage,
freshly painted, & fireplace in den:
MLS#310416, $179,900
2 STORY BRICK- 3BR/3.5BA on beautiful
4+ acre lot. Large front porch with
columns. Fireplace, 2 car garage, and much
more. MLS#326811, $345,000
GREAT BUY This 4BR/2BA shows like
new. Immaculate condition. Formal living/
dining room. Great room. MLS#322272,
INVESTMENT-2.92 acres near 9A
& N. Main. Potential development
opportunity in growing North Jacksonville.
MLS#311404, $450,000
COUNTRY LIVING -4 acres in Bryceville,
w/DW mobile home, & concrete blkwork
shop. Home sold as is. MLS#329232,
VACANT LAND -12 acres, 1 acre cleared,
well, electric, telephone, covered carport,
51h wheel included. MLS#320255,

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Power sport, 2 seat go-kart. 6
HP, new clutch & belt, carburetor
rebuilt, full roll cage w/seatbelt,
spare parts & 5 HP engine, $500.
266-4575. 9/28-10/5p
Moonlight wedding gown designed
by Carole Hai, never worn, beaded,
size 10, paid $635, sacrifice for
$300. 259-9097. 10/5p

44" Grasshopper, zero radius
mower w/23 HP Kawasaki engine,
$1600; 6Wx12' dual'axle trailer
w/weedeater rack & tailgate, both
for $800. 904-251-4451 or 912-
843-2648. 9/28-10/5p
4 tickets each for 4 races in Char-
lotte, N.C., between first & sec-
ond turns, dirt track 10/11, pole
night 10/12, Busch 10/13, Nextel
10/14, $400. Call 259-7497.
I Florlda/LSU game, 2 tickets, Sat-
urday, October 7, $120. 259-2183
between 5-9 pm. 10/5p
12 ft. round Doughboy pool, $500.
259-6143. 10/5p
26x30 hip set of trusses, 412
pitch, 16" overhang, $1500. A&R
Truss 259-3300. 9/14tfc
Gehl feed grinder, $1500; John
Deere 1 row corn picker & wag-
on, 3 spares, $500; Hammer mill,
$300. 275-2683. 8/31tfc
Looks great! 5 piece oak bedroom
set, queen size with mattress,
$750; Two denim crib sets, $10
each; 259-2746. 6/Stfc
Dell keyboard & mouse, $10; 259-
2400. 6/15tfc
3X24 ft., 29 gauge, metal roofing;
2x6, 44 ft., load bearing, trusses.
334-6695. 10/5-26c
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
The Franklin Mercantile now re-
open for your business! Friday &
Saturday 10:00 am-5:00 pm. CR
125, at the railroad crossing in
Glen. 259-6015. 9/28tfc
Epson Stylus color 600 printer,
$25. 259-2400. 4/20tfc
Good used appliances. 90 day
money back guarantee. 266-4717.
Solid wood cherry sleigh bed
with mattress & boxsprings, retail
$950, sacrifice for $395, can de-
liver. 904-858-9350. 8/lOtfc
Loveseat $200 OBO; buffet $75; 2
extra nice formal dresses, plus siz-
es, $30 each; papazon chair $35;
utility pole w/electric box $300.
904-446-5425 or 912-843-8126.
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.
Oak dining room table, 1 leaf, 6
chairs, $350; new king size com-

forter, $50. 904-534-1558. 10/5p
King plllowtop, new with warranty,
$289, can deliver. 904-391-0015.
Antique breakfront buffet, break-
front china cabinet, buffet, all ma-
hogany, can be seen at Southern
Charm. 259-4140. 12/9tfc
91 HILo camper, 19', good condi-
tion, $3500 or best reasonable
offer. 653-1149. 10/5p
Mahogany secretary, beautiful
piece, excellent condition. South-
ern Charm 259-4140. 12/9tfc
Camel back couch & loveseat,
both for $250; full size mattress/
boxsprings, $100; blue/white Ber-
ber carpet, 13x13 & 10x16, both
$150; GE washer & dryer, like new,
$300 for both. 259-3794. 10/5p
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs,
very ornate, fluted legs, rare; half
round foyer console. All pieces are
mahogany wood. Southern Charm.
259-4140. 2/3tfc
Cattle trailer, good condition, new
tires, $2000. 904-282-4552.
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. tfc
Nikon Scan Touch oversized flat-
bed scanner with SCSI connection,
$75. 259-2400. 6/15tfc.
2005 Polaris Ranger XP, maxi-
mum loaded out, $10,000 firm.
259-3093 leave message. 10/5p
4 Goodyear Eagles T-225/60 R-16,
$350. 259-3093 leave message.:
Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic,
$199. 904-398-5200. 8/lOtfc
2005 Polaris 800, under 50 hours
drive time, extended warranty with
3 years left, 4x4, winch, tires &
rims, $8000 OBO, cash only, many
accessories. 259-6357. 10/5p

American Saddlery youth saddle,
dark oil, v6r nice,'$200. 912-843-
'2098a!: 10/5-12p
Dining table, 4 chairs, $100; di-
nette table with 4 chairs $75; an-
tique vanity w/tri-fold mirror $100;
jam & jelly cabinet $100; 2 old
kerosene heaters $40. 259-6357.
Queen size mattress set, frame,
headboard, $200; matching dress-
er, $200. 912-843-2098.10/5-12p
1998 New Holland 1725 tractor,
29 HP, 350 hours, with mower,
blade & boom, $10,000. 912-843-
2098. 10/5-12p
Farmall cub, runs great, collect-
ible, $2000 OBO. 904-339-2557.

1989 Ford Ranger, runs good,
clean, $1200. 259-4347. 10/5p
1982 Ford F150, 4x4,-351 Wind-
sor, 4 speed granny, 33 buckshot
mudders, $1500 OBO. 259-4709
or 813-6040. 9/28-10/5p
1991 Mercedes 190E, A/C, power
windows, 4 door, good condition.
259-3550. 10/5c
2000 Mazda 626, tan, cloth inte-
rior, 75,000 miles, great condition,
$5200. 610-9974. 10/5-19p
2000 Kla Sepha, cold a/c, load-
ed, excellent gas mileage, $2500
OBO; 1991 Ford Taurus, automat-
ic, $1000 OBO. 904-591-2916.
1986 Chevrolet 4x4, $5500. 370-
4114 or 259-7021. 10/5-12p
2006 Honda CRF250R motorcycle,
good condition. 904-591-3724.
1995 Pontiac Transport SE, about
60,000 miles on V6 engine, clean,
$2100. 571-0913. 10/5p
2000 Toyota 4 runner SR5, 4 door,
84,9,16 miles, runs good, body
good condition, $12,000 OBO.
259-5552. 10/5p
1999 Kawaski Vulcan 1500 Clas-
sic motorcycle, 10,000 miles,
mustang seat, windshield, saddle
bags, header pipes, garage kept,
black w/chrome, $5500 OBO. 259-
1168. 10/5-12p

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Fall clean out. Need to clean out
un-used items, i.e. clothes, toys,
furniture, knick knacks, etc. Call
904-305-4309 for info & pick up.
Handyman work. Does repair work
on mobile homes, houses, etc. Re-
pairs old or do new work. Free esti-
mates. 904-591-2916. 10/5p
Childcare. I will care for your child
in my home, no matter what shift
you work, or if you need a night or
weekend away. Fenced play yard.
Weekly, daily & weekend rates.
Christian, widow, granny. Carol
Burnsed, 259-3747 home or 703-
4332 cell. 10/5-12p
As of this date, September 18,
2006, I, Michael Shedd, will no
longer be responsible for any debts
made by Paula Shedd or anyone
else. 9/21-10/12p
Housecleaning. Reasonable, de-
pendable, references. Call Alice at
259-5500. 9/28-10/19p
We do small job land clearing,
bush hog mowing, scatter dirt, root
rake, etc., also tree trimming & re-
moval. 259-7968. 6/29tfc
Affordable & dependable. Let me
take care of your cleaning needs.
Also available evenings & week-
ends. Call 259-8310. 10/5p
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
..a want .hauled off or to' sell? 259-
7968. 4/22tfc
Housecleaning. Very dependable.
Personalized service. Call Cindy at
259-9563. 10/5p
Handyman services. Experienced
in construction, tile, drywall, metal
framing & general repair. 653-2014
or 954-288-0706. 10/5-12p

Saturday 7:30 am-?, corner of East
Blvd N. & Shuey St. Name brand .
Jrs. 5-9, household, clothes, lots of i
stuff. Good sale.
Friday 9:00 am-3:00 pm, 121 N. on
left, 5 miles. Lots of nice things.
Friday 8:00 am-?, 10771 St. Marys
Circle W. off US 90. Lots of every-

Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, 23A
(Lowder), 3 miles north of 90. Good
stuff./large & small old glasses & bottles, cutting torch w/
acetylene oxygen tank & cart: table saw, kerosene heater, ba-
by crib & mattress, changing table, swings, playpen, toybox,
maternity clothes, nice blue wing chair, cute pie safe, Gate-
way computer monitor & keyboard, Microsoft Office, small
oak table & chairs, oak living room tables. 259-8589.

Friday & Saturday 7:30 am-?, 1013 Christie Court. Children's
clothing & items, lots of everything.
Saturday only 8:00 am-?, 733 Fox Run Circle, Fox Ridge sub- -,
division. Set of tables 3 pieces. variety of other things. Early '
birds welcome. 259-3890. Big sale.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 555 N. Lowder St. between Ivy & Linda.
Baby items, clothes & furniture, lots of stuff. a

Saturday 9:00 am-2:00 pm, 858
place with tank.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, CR 127, 31V
house on right after Cedar Creek Bi
Saturday 8:00 am-?. 715 Cnipshot
Saturday & Sunday 8:00 am-3:00
approximately 3 miles from 1-10. To
$35, Johnny Jump-up $5, clothes,
erything negotiable.

Dogs: all types from puppies to
adults. Animal Control, $50 board-
ing fees will apply. 259-6786.
Registered Pit Bull puppies,tpick
yours today. Ready lNovember 1st,,
$275. 259-8589. 9/28-10/5p'
Bulldog puppies, $75 each. 370-
4114 or 259-7021. 10/5-12p
Free kitten with an attitude, 11
weeks old, litterbox trained, inside
only. 266-4013. 10/5p

Jacqueline Circle. Gas fire-

' north of Sanderson, 2nd
ridge. Lots of things. .,
. Household & baby items.
pm, 229 S., Sanderson,
)ddler bed $30, Crib 4 Life .
etc. Too much to list, ev-

Best location In the county for the
new drive thru convenience store
concept, drive through gourmet cof-
fee shop, car wash, dry/fold ilaun-
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
House & American Inn, 350 ft. to
1-10. This "hot" location, is avail-
able for only $169,900. Call Florida
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1989 Oldsmobile Sierra, needed
for body, not damaged. 259-5438.

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
Retail store now hiring assistant
store managers. Competitive pay,
401(k), health plan, paid vacations.
Fax resumes to 266-3381.
Avon helpers needed. I do the
paperwork, you earn the money.
Kaycee at 275-3215 ISR. 10/5p
Apex Fabrication, Inc. is looking
for skilled structural 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.
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. 10/5p
Security officers, all areas of
Jacksonville. Call Giddens Security
384-8071 or apply in person at 528
S. Edgewood Ave. 9/14-10/7c

Earthmoving. Heavy equipment
operators, dozers, track hoes, off
road dump trucks. 'Local work &
extensive travel required. Health
benefits. EOE. Drug free work-
place. E-mail resume to radkins@
comanco.com. Application can be
completed at www.comanco.com or
call Application 813-988-8829 ext.
117. Current locations: Folkston,
GA. 9/14-10/7p
Dental assistant needed for busy
Lake City practice. Must be EDA
certified & experienced in crown
& bridge; team oriented. Monday
- Friday, 9:00 am-5:00 pm, salary
commensurate with experience. Fax
resume to 386-752-3122.
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service
needs experienced full time lawn
maintenance worker with valid
Florida drivers license. 259-7335.
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools, benefits after 90 days.
259-5877. 12/30tfc
Pier 6 Seafood now accepting
applications for all positions. 259-
6123. 9/14-10/19c
Dental Assistant, 5 years experi-
ence required. Fax resume to 904-
396-4924. Don't have experience
yet? See the ad for Jacksonville
Dental Assistant School on the
school page of this paper. It begins
with the headline: "In just 71 Days
you can have the skills you need to
get a job as a Dental Assistant."
Local home care agency looking
for full time/part time Physical
Therapist and Occupational
Therapist. Contact Linda at 259-
3111. 5/25tfc
The Baker County Extension
Service/University of Florida has the
following positions open: Extension
Agent 4-H Youth Development;
Extension Agent Environmental
Horticulture; Extension Agent
- Family & Consumer Sciences,
multi-county, Baker & Bradford. BS
degree required, Masters preferred.
Complete position description &
requirements may be obtained
online at http://personnel.ifas.ufl.
edu/countyvacancies.htm or by
calling the Baker County Extension
Offices at 259-3520. Position open
until 10/23/06 or until filled.

Full time/part time drivers, must
be drug free & have clean driv-
ing record. Apply at Baker County
Council on Aging. 259-2223 x 231.
Auto Tech seeks mechanic's help-
er. Apply before 10:00 am, Monday
Friday. 6974 E. Mt. Vernon, Glen
St. Mary. No phone calls, please.
Local security company- is seek-
ing individual to schedule approxi-
mately 250 security officers. Must,
be computer literate, have excellent
memory skills and be detailed ori-
ented. Call 904-384-8071 or apply
in person at 528 S. Edgewood Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32205. .10/5-12c
Dental business office. Scheduling
coordinator needed for office of
Dr. George Weeks in Macclenny.
Computer & dental experience
required. If you have excellent com-
munication skills, are organized
& dependable, email resume to
drweeks@nefcom.net or fax to 259-
5926 or bring resume to the office
-at 60 West Boulevard N. 10/5c
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.
Dietary cooks, experienced pre-
ferred, various hours, full time/part
time. Apply in person at Macclenny
Nursing & Rehab, 755 South 5th
St./Hwy 228. 10/5c

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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 18 living with parents
or legal custodians, pregnant women
and people securing custody of children
under 18.
This newspaper will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the law. Our read-
ers are hereby informed that all dwell-
ings advertised in this newspaper are
available on an equal opportunity basis..
To complain of discrimination, call HUD
toll free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll
free telephone number for the impaired
is 1-800-927-9275.
Over 2000 SF doublewide on 8
acres on soon to be paved Crews
Road, $185,000. 561-452-2896 or
561-514-1318. 10/5p
1 acre lot in Macclenny II on
Dogwood St., $55,000. 653-1775.
2005 Brick/vinyl home in
Macclenny, 1800 SF, 3 BR, 2 BA,
whirlpool tub,, 2 car garage, large
family room w/10' ceilings, many
upgrades, $180,000. 424-7981.
9/28-10 /5p
FSBO. 1212 SF house built in
1993, nice, quiet neighborhood,,
716 Shortputt Drive (cul-de-sac),
$102,500. Call Brian Wallstedt at
259-5740 for appointment. Serious
inquires only. 10/5p

10 acres on Fred Harvey Rd.,
wooded, $140,000 OB. Call Lisa
or Donnie Simmons at 904-573-
9798 or 904-568-0635 or 904-
568-1123. 9/28-10/5p:
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 BEA/walk-in shower,
security system, surround sound
in great room, large sunroom next
to a screened inground pool. Brandc
new 13 seer, high efficiency heat'
pump. Sprinkler system, beauti-
ful landscaping. 2 room detached
garage w/12' aluminum lean to and
a fenced area. All on 1 acre which
has'ari underground petsafe invisi-
ble fence. Wonderful neighborhood.
Great location. Serious inquires
only. $380.000. 259-4602 or'259-
6546 or 219-2842. 8/24tfc
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
Copper Creek Hills, Unit Ill, 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
2.25 acres, high & dry, fish pond &
complete setup, ready to move on!
Homes & mobile homes. Georgia
Bend, 15 minutes to 1-10,- $50,000,
owner financing or 10% cash dis-
count. 912-843-8118. 9/28tfc
V acre land, zoned mobile home.
338-4026. 10/5-26c

.Beautiful 3000+ SF pool home on over 5.5 acres

4 BRJ3BA, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen \\ ith island and
hickory cabinets, great room w\vih brick fireplace. huge mas-
ter bath with garden tub and \\alk-in closet, \\ood floors and
12-foot ceilings throughout. All this, plus an attached 2-car
garage, detached 1-car garage, wrTap-around front porch, large
screened porch overlooking pool & spa, RV parking/hook-up

259-9500 / 881-4197

New construction. 1800+ SF, 4
BR, 21/2 BA, 9 ft. ceilings, crown
molding throughout, off grade foun-
dation on 1 acre in N. Macclenny,
$195,900. 904-219-0480.9/21tfc
Auction: 853 Acres, Nassau
County, Fl. Tuesday, October 10,
7:00 pm. 102 Acres: Divided, com-
binations or as a whole, 89.30 acres
of 1993 planted pines, cypress
bottom, paved road frontage, CR
121. 50 Acres: Ideal hunting land,
great recreational potential. 7.40
Acres: Commercial potential, Hwy
1 frontage, Hilliard area. 11 Acres:
Planted pines, cypress bays. 11
Acres: Planted pines, cypress bays.
671.31 Acres Divided into 3 Tracts:
or in combination or as a whole,
paved road frontage, ideal hunt-
ing tracts. Photos, plats & details
Free brochure 800-841-9400.
H&M# AB110; CQ220129, .Ben G.
Hudson, Jr. AU230; BK3006464.
3000+ SF, 2 story home on over
5.5 acres with pool, spa, 3 car
garage, $469,900. 259-9500.
FSBO. 3 BR, 2 BA brick house in.
Whispering Pines, 1900 SF on 1/2
acre, lots of upgrades, $235,000.
571-5949. 10/5-12p
I acre set-up with mobile home,
zoned for 2, fish pond, $49,900.
904-653-1656 leave message.
Land/home package. New 2260
SF, 4 BR, 2 BA bn % acre in Baker
County, $110,000. 904-259-8028.

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Land clearing ~ Fish ponds Buckshot Goodyear Michelin
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ANGEL AQUA, INC. 24 hour pump repair utility contractor, Land clearing
Water softeners Iron filters iron filters Irrigation systems We sell dirt & slag
Sales Rentals Service 251-4641 Hourly rate available on:
WATER TESTING grader, dozer & trackhoe work
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Salt delivery
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Emergency water removal
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Saturday 10:00 am 2:00 pm
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Custom window treatments
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Baker County. 11 acre lots, North
Macclenny on St. Marys River, well,
septic, power pole, $60,000. 904-
, 259-8028. 10/5-12c


3 BR, 2 BA singlewide on Mudlake
Rd, CH/A, yard work included, $300
deposit, $450/month, 1st & last
month's rent. For more information,
call 259-4884 or 635-8160.10/5p
4 BR, 2 BA spacious home in
Bryceville, $750/month, 1st, last &
$500 deposit. Call 904-392-9344
for appointment. 9/28-10/5p
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, corner of
125 & US 90, all new inside. 259-
2035. 9/28-10/5c
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home on 1 acre
in Macclenny. All electric appliances,
$750 security deposit, $750/month.
. Please call 259-3343 weekdays
between 9:00 am-5:00 pm.
: :. 9/28tfc
Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C, no,
Spets, $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.
3 BR, 2 BA pool home at the end
of Miltondale Rd. 1875 SF heated,
$1500/month. 813-1580.
9'28-10 '19p
Beautiful 1600 SF new home with
jacuzzi in MBR, all electric appli-
ances, beautiful neighborhood.
inside city, $2100 security deposit,
$1400/month. Please call 259-
3343 weekdays between 9:00 am-
5:00 pm. 8/lOtfc
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. ,
--- 8/31tfc
3 BR, 1. BA house in Bryceville area
off Horseshoe Circle. $500/month,
1st, last- & $500 deposit. Call
Tamara at 904-392-9344. 10/5p
3 BR, 1 BA house on 5 acres, real
fireplace, highway frontage, $700/
month, 1st & last month's rent plus
deposit. 904-653-1656 leave mes-
sage. 10/5p
2 BR, 1 BA apartment, CH 'A, nice,
clean, no pets, $550 'month, $500
deposit. Ohio Ave.' 259-6488 or
536-3827. 10/5p
2 BR mobile home -at Trailridge,
$450/month, $300 deposit. 912-
843-2093 or 777-8880. 10/5p
Woodframe house, 4 BR, 1 BA.
fenced back yard, CH/A, 125 N,
Glen. $695/month. $500 deposit.
259-6488 or 536-3827. 10/5p
2 BR, 2 BA brick home, large chain
link fenced lot, Hills of Glen, $850/
month, $500 deposit. 1st & last
month's rent plus deposit required.
: 904-813-4868. 10/5p
Over 2000 SF doublewide on almost
8 acres, $800/month. 904-653-
2157 or 561-452-7896. 10/5p
Country charm with city cornfort$s.
1.1 acres on the St. Mary's River,
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide with pool,
fenced yard, fish in the backyard,
$800/month plus security deposit
with 1 year lease. 465-3841.10/5p
2 BR, 2 BA mobile ,home on 2/2
acres, $500/month, $500 deposit.
259-2242. 10/5-12p

3 BR, 1 BA, $450/month, 1st &
last month plus deposit, no smok-
ing, no pets. 275-3221. 10/5c
4 BR, 2 BA house with large yard,
$1200/month; 3 BR, 2 BA house,
$1300/month. 509-8345. 10/4c

Timeshare week available, October
15-October 22, doubleshare A&B
sides, sleeps 8. $1200 for both, "A"
side $700, "B" side $600. Saffire
Valley, N.C. near Smoky Mountains,
east side. 9/28-10/5p
Oceanfront rental. 1 BR, sleeps 4,
$99 'night, 3 night minimum. 904-
483-7617. 10,'5-12p

Co m m e r c i building, 1100 SF
of office space divided in to 3 offices
& 1 BA. 1 block from courthouse on
4th St., directly behind Dependable
Heating & Air. Just $650/month,
deposit required. 259-6546 or 259-
4602. 7/13tfc

New Fleetwood 14 wides starting
at $16,995. Call 904-259-8028,
Yarborough Homes. 10/5-12c
I BR singlewide, new floors, $800
OBO. 259-2375. 10/5p
New Fleetwood Homes, 2006 mod-
els sold for thousandss less. Call
259-1100. 10/5-12c

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Notice is hereby gi'en that the proposed ordinances whose title
hereafter will be brought.up before the Baker County Board of Com-'
missioners for public hearing on Thursday. November 2,. 2006 and
possible adoption on Monday, November 20, 2006, at 6:01 p.m.. or
as soon thereafter as possible, at the Baker Count) Administration
Building. 55 North Third Street, Macclenny. Florida. A review by
the Land/Local Planmng Agency will be on Thursday, November
9. 2006, at 7:01 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, at the Baker
County Administration Budding. 55 North Third Street. Macclenn.,
Florida. Copies of said ordinance may be inspected by any member
of the public in the Commissioners' office, address stated above. On
the date above-mentioned, all interested parties may appear and be
heard with respect to the proposed ordinance which is titled as fol-


L,_ .Crait ford property
is located on the
1, southwest corner
of George Hodges
S,. S Roiad andBuck
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Notice is herebN given that the proposed ordinances whose title
hereafter w\ill be brought up before the Baker Counts Board of Com-
missioners for public hearing on Thursday. November 2, 2006 and
possible adoption on NlondaN. No ember 20. 2006. at 6:01 p.m.. or
as soon thereafter as possible. A re' iew by the Land/Local Plan-
ning Agenc\y ill be on Thursday. No% ember 9. 2006. at 7-01 p.m..
or as soon thereafter as possible, at the Baker Counts Administra-
tion Building. 55 North Third Street, Macclenny. Florida. Copies
of said ordinance ma) be inspected by an\ member of the public
in the Commissioners' office, address stated abo\e. On the date
abo\e-mentioned, all interested parties ma\ appear and be heard with
respect to the proposed ordinance which s titled as follow\ s:



The Robinson Property
is located northeast of
AMullake Road and Travis
Rhoden Trail

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

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