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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS
Paid circulation leader *Winner of22 state and national awards forjournalism excellence in 2006
77th Year, Vol1. 34 Thursday, December 14, 2006 Macclenny, Florida so5
Dies after a collision
with car at wreck scene
A Sanderson man became
Baker County's twelfth traffic
fatality of 2006 when his pickup
struck the rear of a sedan stopped
on SR 125 north of Glen St. Mary
the morning of December 6 at
the scene of an earlier accident
invol\ ing a county deputy.
Gene Rowe, 65, died about
5:00 that afternoon at Shands
Jacksonville, x\here he was air-
lifted 'follow ing the accident
about 7:30,, more than one hour
after the first accident.
Sgt. Thomas Stebbins of the
Florida Highi\aN Patrol said Mr.
Rowe's southbound 1994 Toyota
struck the rear of a 2003 Ford
driven by Marn Wilson. 54. of
Glen. Ms. Wilson received mi-
Her vehicle and others were
stopped in the southbound lane
about three miles north of Glen
near the scene of the earlier acci-
dent involving Deputy Erik De-
loach of Macclenn), whose 2006
Ford cruiser crossed the center-
line of CR 125 w while southbound
about 6:00. Itsleft front struck
the left front of a 1986 Chevrolet
Camaro driven northbound by
Edward Force, 21, of Glen.
When police arrived on the
scene of the first accident, they
found the carcass of a deer pushed
under the Chevrolet, which had
spun counter-clockx% ise on the
pavement and slid onto the east
shoulder. Mr. Force told the high-
way patrol he had earlier struck a
deer and tied it to the hood of the
Camaro with rope. He was not
Deputy Deloach, who had
one at-fault accident on record
since he joined the Baker County
sheriff's department in February,
2005, was treated at Fraser Hos-
pital for a small head laceration.
Sgt. Stebbins said the south-
bound deputy cruiser drifted into
the northbound lane and contin-
ued in a straight line after the
collision, also ending up on the
east shoulder. It was dark at the
FHP sent out a request for/
witness statements attempting
to piece together events leading
up to the initial crash, including
whether the deer carcass may
have draped over the front of the
Chevrolet sufficiently to obstruct
One witness who is acquainted
w ith Mr. Force said the Che\ rolet
had only one working headlight
and he saw% the deer on the hood
about ten minutes prior to the ac-
cident. Mr. Force told police he
was tra eling with high beams
"when the collision occurred.
Another wimess told the
sheriff's department he observed
Deputy Deloach speeding, but
FHP apparently discounted that
report because the estimated
speed of both vehicles was put at
50 mph. The limit in that area is
Inm estigators with FHP "ere
also looking into the possibil-
it) that a bright rising sun may
have impaired Mr. Rowe's over-
all vision as he approached the
Lt. Gerald Gonzalez con-
firmed this. week the deputy was
involved in a less serious acci-.
dent about a year ago when his
cruiser struck the rear of another
vehicle on US 90 just east of CR
125 in Glen. A written repriniand
was placed in his personnel file.
as per the department policy.
If he is found by FHP at fault
in last week's accident, he faces
another reprimand and suspen-
sion without pay based on the
circumstances. Third offenses
are treated more harshly, ranging
from suspension to termination.
Sgt. Stebbins placed damage
to. the police car at $22,000; to,
the Chevrolet $900.
With three, weeks remaining
in 2006, Mr. Row e's death brings
the total road fatalities so far up
to three more than in 2005.
CEB orders fencing
firm to quit location
The Baker County Code En- the operation falls within what
forcement Board this week or- is allowed in an Agriculture 7.5
dered a fence company south acre zone, a position that con-
of Sanderson to cease operation flicts with that of county Plan-
immediately because it does not ning Director Ed Preston.
comply with the county's zoning Neighbors complained in both
code. July and September of materials
The board after some discus- and debris blocking a right-of-
sion also ordered owner Susan way, large trucks backing ontc
(Bennett) Roman to move fenc- residential property and operat-
ing materials off the property ing a business out of a private
within 30 days or face an initial residence.
$200 fine plus $50 daily fines up Though the code allows li-
to 180 days. censing for in-home businesses
The case first appeared on the Mr. Preston said the nature of the
CEB agenda two months ago, fence business conflicts with al-
and it along with others were lowable uses.
postponed when November's Mr. Preston's opinion read in
meeting was cancelled due to part: "Taken individually, each ol
conflicts among the defendants. uses required by this fence build-
Ms. Roman, owner of Sun- ing operation (sawing, nailing
shine Fence Company off CR delivery traffic, noise, outdoor
130 (Mud Lake Road), argued storage) could conceivably be
construed ... as permitted uses.
"Taken collectively however,
it is clear that the landowner is
not meeting the intent of the [ag]
district and is pushing the degree
of the 'normally accepted' stan-
dard to its limit."
The planning chief likened
Sunshine Fence to a compatible
use in the light industrial classi-
In other. CEB matters, the
board forwarded to the county
commission a request to reduce
(See page 2)
Custom-fit growth regulations
Baker County 2025:
"A collection of 8 small, towns
surrounded by orests and farms
and supported by 6 major local
Those words constitute a "\vi-
sion" for the county 20-30 years
from now as enunciated by Plan-
nine Director Ed Preston in an
informal workshop December
12 that included t\vo county
commissioners and members of
the appointed Local Planning
That's not set in stone. accord-
ing to Mr. Preston \\ho was hired
earlier this year to supervise
overall planning matters. It's an
example of a broad \ ision that he
and County Manager Joe Cone
want to see more of both from
elected officials and others like
the planning agency that regu-
larly reviews zoning requests
BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Linda Rosenblatt has a
special way of honoring military
veterans in Northeast Florida.
Whenever she can, she uses her
conservation training to clean
and care for their tombstones.
Ms. Rosenblatt, of Glen
St. Mary, is an active member
of the United Daughters of
the Confederacy and the co-
founder and current president
of Gravely Hill Friends, Inc.,
an organization affiliated with
the Jacksonville Department of
Parks and Recreation.
In both capacities she is
involved with researching,
documenting and preserving
area history, especially through
the care and reclamation of
cemeteries where veterans from
the Civil War, WWI, WWII,
Vietnam and Korean Wars are
"I did a lot of research work
for the names engraved on the
monument in Heritage Park
which required visits to many
cemeteries in the county," she
Roun~d tabledsifs, Lj u-m .on i ro i/priotitteS i,. CoiI ne voA ir Pr~sion wore~ r.,,iid aoI behm I n',I/tonp. rbfwi iew AIIs Rii'
Colaini(3onefi itti and iCneu. Ah. Hailicu A It. Ba Ae, and plmatity st ehici'iic~' A lainac.P ''.-ml
both large and small. The agency.
is appointed and serves w without
The officials sought a \work-
shop following the Christmas
party for county employees at
the fairgrounds that afternoon
to give both boards
a briefing on how
they. believe, the
county is. position-
ing itself for that far
down the road.
.presided over. the.
She major growth
^i_: communityy devel-
opment district con-
cept, DRI develop-
ment orders and
growth strategy. Mr.
Cone did the major-
ity of the briefing.
Bouncing off the
county's recent de-
cision to withhold a
DRI (declaration of
regional impact) ap-
plication for a 7000
unit residential and mixed use
development northwest of Glen
St. Mary, the officials described
it as a means of telling large-
scale developers how the county
wants to grow. '
"The big thing is you have to
have some kind of
vision. If you want
ing, we can do that
with $80,000 homes
or mobile homes
with septic tanks,"
said Mr. Cone, also
a. recent hire as
"Or do you want
a quality bedroom
community ? \We al-
ready are a bedroom
community, and we
can design it so the
people who come
here have the mon-
ey to spend; spend
it here and create
The county com-
mission last month
Litda Ro.seablan alt l nit ( t CoI..i' O, c C,,t''C h i to 1e ,A l t/. IIca/dsh"I ,'
Olustee Battle veteran Robinson B. Dugger.
PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
says. "Often to read the stones,
I needed to clean them."
She learned the approved
cleaning methods by attending
numerous workshops conducted
by organizations such as The
Chicora is a heritage and
preservation society whose
projects include archeological
and historic research throughout
the southeastern United States.
It's not unusual to see Ms.
Rosenblatt in a Baker County
cemetery with her bucket of
materials and gallon jugs of
filtered water nearby, as she
carefully wraps and soaks a
tial DRI request because there
was no set-aside provision to
help attract high-paying jobs to
Baker County to coincide %with
the "rooftops." It looks like the
(See page 13)
grave marker in preparation for
"I can't go into a cemetery
now and see a veteran's grave
in disarray without stopping to
cut back overgrowth and clean
the stone if necessary," said Ms.
Rosenblatt. "I believe we owe it
to the brave soldiers who have
given their lives for the freedom
of our country."
On this day, she is working
in Cedar Creek Cemetery near
Sanderson at. the gravesite
of Robinson G. Dugger, a
Confederate soldier who lost his
life in the Battle of Olustee.
She developed a special
affinity for the soldier after
studying details of his life
during her research. According
to historical accounts, Robinson
Dugger was buried in a shallow
grave on the battlefield. His
widow, searching for a clue to
his whereabouts, recognized
the ring on his hand protruding
from his grave. She brought
him home, prepared his body
and buried him at Cedar Creek
Ms. Rosenblatt chose this
individual as the 'Soldier
of Honor' for the upcoming
Battle of Olustee re-enactment
scheduled for February.
"He was from Baker County
and his descendants, many of
whom are still in Macclenny,
will be honored in Lake City
during the pre-battle festivities. I
think everyone in Baker County
should know who this man was,"
(See page 2)
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. Ms. Rosenblatt snugly wra
a towel soaked in filtered wai
around. Dugger's ,.headsto
After 45 minutes, much of t
surface grime is loose and con
away easily by gentle scrubbi
with a soft-bristled, non-me
Ms. Rosenblatt says o01
filtered water should be us
to soak and rinse the ston
Water treated with chemicals
hard water full of minerals c
hasten deca\ and actual\ st
"Stone is porous and abso
whatever comes into count
with it," she says.
Soap is hot necessary. .
made with an oil base and c
bind with chemicals in wa
and leave a scum that is diffic
In special circumstances
natural soap called Vulpex n
need to be used. It's special
formulated to be non-alkal
and have a low foam
Moulds,, fungus and m
often grow on a headstone,
break down the structure of
stone over time, contribute
to cracks, crumbling
disfigurement of names
dates. A wood Popsicle stick
be used to gently work lo
lichen and moss growth t
may have attached itself to
"Never, ever,everuse chlor
bleach. It's the worst thing 3
can do," says Ms. Rosenbl
"It actually accelerates
oxidation process of the st
and destroys the 'aged beau
A 200-year old stone isn't st
white and looks strange in
After soaking and ge
cleaning, always from
bottom to top, the stone is rin
at cleaning gravestones...
and details of the name become "The membership is
clear and sharp. increasing all the time," she
Ms. Rosenblatt first says. It's wonderful to know
ap became interested in cemetery there are folks out there who
ter preservation several .years ago care about this."
nie, when attempting genealogical This is such a very special
the research on Reverend Charles experience and hands-6n way
nes Henry Clay, a descendant of her of showing respect for our
ng daughter-in-law and pastor to veterans," she said.
tal President Thomas Jefferson. The
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the amount of a lien placed in,
1997 on property in the Deer-
field Subdivision owned by the
late Rex, ngram. .
James' Green inherited the
tract and in a handwritten request
pleaded the $1841 lien is a hard-
ship. The property was. cited for
The board was told by its at-
torney once a lien is filed, it is
up to the county commission to"
make decisions on reductions or
waivers. If the matter does come
before the elected board, any re-
duction w ill likely be opposed by
the code board, which is appoint-
ed to enforce the county's zoning
In the past, the volunteer board
has been critical of interference
by the commission.
The matter of liens prompted
resolve during the December 11
evening meeting that surcharges
of up to ten percent annually be
added onto existing judgements
Currently, code official Phil
Thomas notes there are 44 such
cases dating back to 1996, and
the county's land development
regulations authorize added
charges as an incentive to get the
By law, property cannot be
sold until outstanding liens are
a hoe ume
fencefirm to quit location
In other cases this week, the Gave George and (
Code Enforcement Board; Weathington 30 more days
Gave Billy and Susan God- move all refuse and abani
win 30 days to skirt their mobile vehicles from their proper
home off Hid Dugger Road and CR 229 north. Mr..Thoma!
obtain a permit for an addition. If firmed ihe next day the]
thefydon't the board will decide done so.
on a fine in January. Dropped pending cas
Allowed ten additional days the following defendants
for Tony Crow to remove scrap have come- into comply
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Bad Boy !Hes l
to put decoratic
Ah, Christmas. I love it. Sort of.
At the moment there are.two dozen boxes sitting
in the middle of the dining room floor waiting.
What are they waiting for, you might ask?
The problem with having two dozen boxes of
Christmas decorations is some-.
body has to unpack them and put /EY
them up. That somebody is usually M yl.
my wife Kelley.
However, Kelley, head of the THE V
high school English department, is
knee-deep in research papers and ROBER]
semester exams and won't be able
to see through the haze of red ink until, well, Christ-
On the other hand, I am under orders not to touch
them. There's a good reason forthat. Kelley knows
exactly where things are supposed to go. I know
where nothing is supposed to go.
My job is to unpack all the Christmas stuff from
storage and then put them back after the holidays.
While the decorating process is going on, I am sup-
posed to stay out of the way, but be on call in case
something has to go on a really high part of the tree
or the top of the mantle. I'm also needed to hang
garland on the arches between rooms.
Hanging garland is very similar to moving furni-
ture. No matter how carefully you try to place it, it
is never in the right place to suit.
"It's not centered," said Kelley.
"Okay. Which way do I move it?"
"Move it to the left. That's not the left."
"It's my left."
"I'm talking about moving it to my left. Wait! ...
too much. Move it back to the right."
"No, my right. Perfect. Now tape it up."
"Where's the tape?"
"I gave it to you."
"Here it is. It's in my pocket. I've got it."
"You moved it. Move it back to the left."
It goes on like this from one door to the next.
The garlands wind up being perfect, but I can't tell
my left hand from my right. So the best thing for
)ns on the tree
me to do is stay out of the way and not decorate
SI realized this when I looked at the Christmas
tree in the den and all it had on it were lights. Kel
ley usually buys two trees: one for the front room
which she decorates and one for the den which the
kids decorate. That way, she can
EO OF have her Martha Stewart tree anc
They can have the one they're usec
to since they were little.
$LTTER I was home alone and watching
an old episode of Northern Expo
:ERARD sure looking at the tree. I'll jus
put an ornament or two on the tree
That looks good, I'll put on another. The upshot o0
the story is that I did a little decorating.':
D3 lain came home from work at the YMCA and
his eye was caught by the tree.
"Hey," he said indignantly. "Who decorated the
His mouth dropped open more indignantly
"Man," was all he said.
"I didn't put any of your ornaments on it."
A half-hour later, his brother came in. "Hey, who
decorated the tree?"
Same indignant routine. Later that evening, his
sister breezed through on her way home to hei
apartment in Jacksonville.
"You are kidding me. You decorated the tree
"Uh, not really."
"Yes you did. I see how it is."
If I ever wondered how the Grinch felt, I now
know. Any other decorating will have to wait. The
kids have decided they will have to put their deco-
rations on the tree before Daddy Grinch does any
more. Kelley will.soon be finished with school and
will put the house to rights. It will look great, as ii
always does when she decorates.
As for me. I'll do what I always do on such oc-
I'll stay out of the way.
The winter robin invasion
Birds of a feather flock to-
gether, the old saying goes.
On a recent morning when
the temperatures dipped down
toward freezing, I woke to find
my back yard filled with rob-
ins. Their chirps loudly punc-
tuated the air and sounded like
a thousand squeaky toys being
squeezed over and over.
What a racket. Although loud
to the point of being distracting
- they had in fact woken me up
- it was a happy noise and ev-
erywhere from the lawn and pa-
tio to the tops of the trees, rob-
ins flitted, darted, fluttered and
chattered. Those that roosted
did so for only a couple minutes,
puffing their feathers up into a
reddish, thermal balloon. I have
since read that this keeps a rob-
in's body temperature at a con-
stant 104 degrees even in sub-
Every few moments, a pair
of robins flew by in tandem in
a dizzying "loop the loop" for-
mation as they playfully chased
each other. One pair buzzed
the top of my head and I had to
duck slightly to keep from col-
liding with them. My cats were
going nuts watching these aerial
I wish I had grapes or raisins
to offer. Robins don't eat seed,
but can be attracted to feeders if
you put out some berries. Fruit
and berries are their typical win-
ter diet. In spring they go for in-
sects and worms.
When the weather warms up
they are one of the birds heard
early in the morning as they
scour lawns for their favorite
snack of earthworms.
They lay up to five eggs and
the blue color of the shells has
long been celebrated by poets
I painted a room in my house
this color once and it was the
most restful and calming place
to relax and read. Robin's egg
blue was officially added as a
Crayola crayon color in 1993.
Although once eaten for food,
it has traditionally been thought
unlucky to kill robins or keep
them in captivity. The poet Wil-
liam Blake wrote:
"A robin redbreast in a cage,
puts all Heaven in a rage."
Lots of legends sprang up
about how they received their
red color, which is actually more
of a burnished orange. One story
claims the robin received its red
breast from trying to remove the
thorns from Christ's head at the
Crucifixion. Another portrays
the bird's breast being singed
from flying water down into hell
to relieve the burning sinners.
It's also commonly believed
that seeing robins chirping on
a tree branch is a sign that fair
weather is imminent.
Sure enough, the day after
my robins visited the tempera-
ture climbed into the 70s.
Come back anytime, my fine
Moving om Glen to
Utah, and greeted by
a driving snowstorm
(People are curious as to what hap-
pened to Michael Rinker, who recently
moved'from Baker County but preferred
to do so without any prior fanfare (save
for a small party at a Jacksonville res-
taurant). His guest column this week
should answer the question: "What hap-
BY MICHAEL RINKER
Aloha from Utah, home of
Mormons, mountains and me.
In case you don't remember
me but really,, who could for-
get? I used to work for this
newspaper as an editor, writer,
photographer and one of the top
delivery boys in North Florida.
But my wife and I moved to
.the Beehive State (so named for
the prevalent hairstyle here) to
work for an animal sanctuary
called Best Friends.
As senior editor for Best
Friends magazine, I'm still in
journalism, but I have to tell you
that working for a non-profit
organization that rescues dogs,
cats, horses, birds and bunnies is
e a whole other, uh, animal.
Before I get to that, though,
s there's this.
After 14 years and one month
living in Florida, we arrived in
e Utah amid a driving snowstorm.
And when I say drivingg." .I
mean me with a death grip on the
steering wheel of a 31-foot RV,
trying to keep it on a snow-cov-
ered road with 35 mile per hour
crosswinds and near-zero visibil-
t ity. But the real challenge was
coming up behind some goober
f puttering along at 60 mph and
trying to pass him on the two-'
lane, winding, climbing, dipping
highway. ("Hey Zeke! The gas
pedal's the one on the right!")
And speaking of cold, did
you know that human excrement
The day after we arrived, the
temperature dropped to 12 de-
grees and we woke up to a frozen
water line and sewer hose (RV,
remember?). As we tried to thaw
s them out, my wife was shaking
r the hose when it snapped (fro-
zen plastic is brittle, honey), and
guess what came tumbling out.
That's right, Poopsickles!
A couple of days later, after
paying five bucks each to shower
V at the local gym- our water heat-
er wasn't working we headed
into our first day at work. Be-
cause I was hired after a series of
phone interviews, it was the first
t time I would meet the founder/
president of Best Friends, the
chief executive officer, the direc-
tor of marketing and the editorial
As soon as I stepped into the
CEO's office, his dog Cinnamon
targeted my crotch like a guided
muzzle. I tried nonchalantly to
extricate his nose (the dog's,
not the CEO's) from between
my legs while maintaining eye
contact and making small talk
with my new boss, who seemed
After five minutes of hand-to-
nose combat, it was time for the
Friday\ editorial meeting in the
president's office. Cinnamon fol-
lowed us in and lay on the floor
next to my chair. He later got up,
went to the door and scratched at
it until a secretary in an adjacent
office got up and let him out.
My next meeting was Mon-
day in the marketing director's
office with media and communi-
ty relations staffers. And his two
dogs. One had a bone he would
take to each of us, expecting the
recipient to throw it across the
office. He'd retrieve it, gnaw on
it a little and take it to the next
person. I tried to make it more
interesting by hiding the bone
when he brought it to me. So I
slid it under my leg one time; up
my sleeve another, then looked
at the dog and held my hands
up like, "Where'd it go?" But
he knew. He stared at me like I
was a moron, so I tossed it across
the office where it hit a desk.and
ricocheted into someone's ankle.
Maybe I am a moron.
Mean while, the other ,dog
scratched, at the door, but the
marketing director didn't have
a secretary to let him out. So the
little guy (the dog, not4the mar-
keting director) walked back to
where everyone was sitting and
took a whiz on the floor.
You can't blame the dog. He
made at least a token effort to let
us know, plus he's 17 years. old. I
don't know about you, but when
I was that age I often relieved
myself in inappropriate places.
Now I'm looking forward to
having a meeting in my wife's
office, where one of the dogs
scoots around the place using just
his front legs because his back
ones don't work. And he wears a
diaper, which pretty much means
he won't pee on the floor.
I wish I could say the same for
Aloha from Utah.
Chef was a shamc
There are some thieves who might not be thirsty after stealing the
Pepsi machine from the front of the Taylor voting house and fire sta-
Sometime the night of December 5 or early the next morning it ap-
pears someone backed up a small pickup to the porch and pushed the
fully-stocked drink machine into the back and took off with it.
The machine and another one have been maintained by the volun-
teer firefighters at Station 40 the past ten years for the convenience of
citizens of Taylor. Profits from the machines help purchase Christmas
toys and food baskets for the needy in the area, and also are used to
purchase equipment for the fire station.
It is a shame that some people take advantage of the hard-working
volunteers who give their time and service to the community.
If anyone saw anything or has information regarding this incident,
please contact the sheriff's department.
Taylor Volunteer Fire Dept.
Advantage Tax Service of Macclenny has
recently sold its Lake City office.
Our Macclenny office still remains with the
same ownership and management that has
served Baker County for 15 years.
We will continue to serve our present
clients as well as welcoming new clients.
Bill Paul, President
Lucile Kennedy, Manager
1191 S. Sixth Street (904) 259-8322
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday December 14, 2006 Page 4
Suicidal youth wrecks Est
after high-speed chase boy
A 16-year-old Jacksonville was booked for reckless driving h/f t
youth was referred for a mental on Interstate 10. Deputy Darrin
health evaluation after leading Whitaker said he responded to An e
several county deputies on a a phoned complaint of a vehicle arrested
high-speed chase the afternoon weaving in traffic, and clocked was fou
of December 4. Mr. Smith's 2001 Dodge at 102 Decemb
Stop sticks. sharp metal points mph before the vehicle exited Pine Lo
positioned in the roadway, were and was stopped at CR 229 south his girlfi
employed near the intersection of Sanderson. A wil
of CR 125 and Mud Lake road Two drivers were jailed as ha- Justin IM
just after 3:00 pm and caused bitual offenders for driving with- Fla. atte
the youth's blue 2005 Toyota to out licenses. Phillip Cannon, 26, hicle in
veer into a nearby culvert where of Macclenny was stopped the dence w
it came to a stop. Deputies had afternoon of December 4 near had gon
earlier been cautioned the youth CR 229 and Mud Lake after friend \\
may be in the area and had left Deputy Hardin noted his license physical
a suicide note at his residence in plate was partially obscured. Deputy
Duval County.. Johnny Barton, 35, of Sand- couple's
Deputy Mike Lagle clocked erson was pulled over on Aber- her pare:
the.Toyota going 72 mph in a 30 nathy Circle north of town just Ms. (
mph zone on Reid Stafford near after 10:00 pm on December home a
. Ridge Estates Road after he was 10. Deputy Curtis Ruise said he ted Mr.
first spotted by Deputy John Har- stopped Mr. Barton's 1988 Ford woods.
din and both officers chased him pickup because it displat ed a li- rested w
at high speeds south on Bill Da- cense plate not assigned to it. he attemi
vis Road and east on Mud Lake Stephanie. Chandler, 25, of to retrie,
where Deputy Jeff Dawson de- Macclenny was charged iith the A ho
played .the stop sticks. same offense the morning of De- made pr
The officers said the youth cember 6 after her vehicle was see a mi
drove the vehicle eastbound, run- pulled over on Barber Road in .Church
,ning two other motorists off the the south city for having an ex- ning of
road and shearing a support wire pired license tag. for disor
on a power pole. He appeared to Deputy Claude Hurley learned Joe J
lose control of the Toyota several Ms. Chandler's license had been proache,
times before crashing. He told suspended three times and was southh n
the officers he ran "because I wanted on a warrant for failure service
wanted to die." to pa\ child support. ing to tl
A rifle was retrieved from Hite esci
the vehicle and a knife from the side the
boy's pants pocket. ,punched
The teen is charged withxeck- Depu
less driving, high-speed fleeing na5:0 pmsponded
(a second-degree felony) and Mr. Jo]
'driving without a license. NO0EXCPTIONS scene w
In an arrest later that evening, ; TEBKRCO Thad been
Ky le Smith, 23,of PortCharlotte ,agoona
strange boyfriend was
for loitering .after he
and hiding in tall grass
er 5 near a residence off
op in Macclenny where
friend was staying.
tness told police he saw_
Mobley, 23, of Lawtey,
tempting to enter a ve-
the front yard of a resi-
here Morgan Carter, 19,.
e after leaving her boy-
ho she claims had been
'1 abusing her. She told
Mike Lagle she and the
child sought refuge at
Carter said she returned
bout midday .and spot-
\loble. hiding in nearby
The bo\ friend was ar-
Vithout incident. He said
ipted to enter the vehicle
meless man who twice
ofanit\ -laced requests to
nister at the First Baptist
of Macclenn the eve-
December 6 was jailed
Johnson. 65, first ap-
d Jeremy Hite, 25, a
iiniister, during a prayer
about 6;45 "demand-
alk to the preacher." Mr.
*orted Mr. Johnson out-
building and the intruder
Shim in the stomach.
t) Ben Anderson re-
t to a complaint call and
hnson returned to the
ith the same request. He
n arrested several weeks
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A Sanderson man who alleg-
_edly threatened to kill his live-in
girlfriend because she would not
sign vehicle titles over to him
was arrested for aggravated as-
sault during the early morning
hours of December 10..
Deputy Curtis Ruise respond-
ed to the disturbance call off
Lonnie Combs Road about 3:30
and was told by Kelly O'NeilI,
32, that she fled the residence
with their children ages 2 and 4
afterLonnie Combs, 36 made the
threat and headed toward a bed-
room where he keeps a rifle. Mr.,
Combs denied the allegation.
A search of the premises
turned up no weapons, but Ms.
O'Neill called authorities again
after daylight when she said she
found two shotguns.and a .22
caliber rifle lying on the ground
in the back yard. All were load-
DeputN Ruise's report noted he
called the domestic abuse hotline
that morning and %\as on hold 15
minutes without a response be-
fore terminating the call
Later that afternoon about
3:00 on Clayton Ave. in Sand-
erson. 37-\ear-old Julia Perkins
sustained a broken leg -henl
pushed off a porch during an ar-
gument over money.
Ms. Perkins allegedly threat-:
ened to kill Lester Donaldson.
25, with a screwdri\er and wire
cutters v hen she went to his resi-.
dence off Cla) ton Ave. Both Mr.
Donaldson and a witness said the
assailant attempted to stab him
and pushed him with her body
before he shoved her backward.
Deputy Wayne Limbaugh filed
the complaints for felony battery
on Mr. Donaldson, and for ag-
gravated assault with a deadly
weapon and battery against Ms.
Perkins, who was airlifted to
Jacksonville for treatment.
The state attorney's office will
make a. determination on pros-
Another criminal complaint
resulted from an allegation by
Larry Wiggins, 38, of Sanderson
that he was accosted b\ estranged
wife Sandra, 37, at an address in
Glen St. Mary on December 4.
Mr. Wiggins said an argument
ensued after he went there to get
a money order, and the alleged
assailant attempted to pull off
his wedding ring. NIs \Viggins
denied that, admitting onlh to
reaching into a vehicle to push a
hat off his head.
Zachary Barnett, 19, of Par-
ish, Fla. was arrested about 3:00
am on December 15 for battery
of a bouncer at the Country Club
Lounge on SR 121 south in Mac-
Doug Law, 41, of Macclenny
said Mr. Bamett bit.him and re-
sisted attempts to force him. off
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'Wants to be with Dad in
The siar aiiqel shiniie her liqhi ov.r Mle ifain! Jesits ai Joseph. Alarv and slieplerib l,,o/. on. From de-li: Jaq' Knahh. Atzta WiHlk-
erson, Ella D,,,i, iZne Atoblev and Stephon LirrY. PHOPI- 1 K I Lc L
'Nativity' is still playing to packed house
BY KELLEY LANNIGAN to play a part in the story and ent said: "'Everyone loves th
Press Staff that's what's important," said time of year at the church.
It seemed the entire popu- Ms. Weeks. makes you feel so proud to se
nation of Bethlehem traveled The Nativity Story al. ays your little one up there on th
across the desert to Macclenny plays to a packed house with stage."
and found its way to the First standing room only. As one par-
Methodist Church's sanctuary.
Single file they came: Joseph
and Mary and the baby Jesus;,
the inn keeper; shepherds and
farmers; children, village wom-
en and friendly beasts: the three
wise men and Roman' soldiers.
Just when it seemed the altar
and choir stall couldn't hold an-
other little person, a group of
angels entered, their silver halos
The three wise men, wearing
state) crow ns on their heads,
knelt at the manger and pre-
sented offerings of gold, frank-
incense and myrrh. Then the
entire group, even the sheep,
cows, doves and donkeys joined
Lord, you are more precious
Lord, you are more costly
Lord, you are more beautiful
And nothing I desire com-
pares with you.
The children's re-enactment
of the Nativity Story has been a -.
tradition at The First Methodist BUtto TU
Church in Macclenny for over
25 years. 2 W lsavel
This year, the December 12
performance was produced by
teachers Joyce Hodges, Tracy
Tharpe, Lynn Curry and Patricia
Weeks, director of the church's
preschool who also wrote the "PHANTOM"
program. Pianist Shelly Rhoden
lent her angel's touch to the mu- Button Tufted
sical accompaniment to round Back
out the play.
Against a brightly colored Rocker Recliner
painting of biblically inspired
architecture, there was a feeling
of a crowded street in Bethle-
hem and. it wouldn't have been
surprising if a live camel had
walked through the church's
front door and sauntered down .
the center aisle to start munch- -i IM
ing hay at the altar. -
The costumes charm. Bath- I
robes have been tailored and
hemmed to make small shep- .
herd-sized robes. Fuzzy, silver
pipe cleaners form angel halos. J
Bath towels have been cut and
adorned with patches to trans- ,
form preschool children into
cows and sheep. Some costumes
from the original production are li
still being used..
The program has evolved
over the years. As the preschool
enrollment increased, addi-
tional roles are created for the
"All children don't have .
speaking roles, but they all get ,' ..
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Prison, says troubledyouth
Juvenile authorities will de- the report also noted.
cide what to do with an emotion- The boy's fellow student
ally disturbed 14-year-old male were evacuated from the clas
student from the Olustee area room during the incident.
who spewed a litany of threats !-
against his teacher and others C GMHlEO U
when a campus deputy respond- b aker
ed to a disturbance complaint at
Baker County Middle School on
Deputy Tracie Benton said the Kids com e C
boy was glaring at teacher Patsy
Vanzant when the officer arrived
at the classroom about noon.
saying he wasn't afraid of either .,00 -' .
of them and intended to leave
The youth apparently had ar-
gued with fellow students who W
accused him of filching a toy car -
later found in his pocket.
In the presence of the officer,
the boy threatened to kill the
teacher and fellow students, and .
claimed he had once poisoned 1425 S. 6th
his family and was proud of it. 2
"[He] stated that he was not
scared of stupid police officers 't.
and that I was going to need to '.
call for more stupid police of- "*n', '"
ficers," noted Deputy Benton's
incident report. She did just that.
and Deput) Wayne Limbaugh Santa, his elves and Ilb
responded and handcuffed the reindeer Wantl you t di
Enroute to county jail. the boy With him.
told DeputN Benton he hoped to
be sent to prison so he could be fD ece be
with his father, and he would not Scem be i
care if he was shot in prison for
not obeying the rules.
-'[He] added that he thought 119 139 18 & 2
it w'as cool going to jail and he
could not wait to get back to
class and tell everyone about it." -"'' ,...,.
The Whispering Pines Home-
owners Association will have the
annual luminaries on Saturday,
December 16, 2006 beginning
at 6:00 pm. Drive through and
enjoy it with your family and
line with Santa
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday December 14. 2006 Page 6
I'tll D su iii Fireman q i a, aai a.
Station 50s Will Davis named
2006 Firefighter of the Year
Will Davis of Glen St. Mary's
Station 50 was praised for more
than a decade of volunteer ser-
vice and dependability when he
was named Baker County's Fire-
fighter of the Year at the annual
awards dinner at the countN ag
center December 8.
Mr. Davis was also cited for
organizing the annual Ride With
Fire benefit motorcycle ride each
More than 120 volunteers and
their families attended the event
catered by Cross Creek restau-
rant. All 'of the' county's eight
volunteer stations were repre-
In other awards, Jamie Sim-
mons was named the top fire-
. fighter in 2006 by Station 10 and
Capt. Nancy Oliver took the hon-
ors for Station 40. The former
unit is in south Macclenny; the
latter in Taylor.
Singled out for special rec-
ognition was Rick Clark, who
retired November 30 as the
county's director of emergency
management. Mr. Clark worked
for the county 30 years. starting -
as an EMT on a rescue unit. He
was. presented an honorary fire
hat with "301" to designate his
Others were honored for \ ears
of service: Laveme Arline, John-
nie Croft and Freeman Dowling
from Station 80 (Olusteel got 15-
year pins; Tom Armstrong. J.C.
Crews, Ellen and Ronnie Kiser,
James. Michael and Robbie Sim-
mons and Bill\ Worthington got
10-year pins; Chaplain Doug Al-
len. Jerry Har in. Mlichael Kruss,
Bobby Oiver, Klate Owen and
Brad Thrift \\ere honored for fit e
years on the department.
The department expressed
thanks to its banquet committee,
Bryan McDuffie for donating
beverages and Laura Renninger
for purchasing and wrapping
Christmas gifts for the children.
Television and computer taken
in one of severalhome burglaries
Several thefts and an attempt- ending December 9 when she
ed burglary were reported recent- notified police.
ly to the sheriff's department, One of the weapons was a .22
including one from a North 1st magnum pistol and the other a
St. address in Macclenny where .357 caliber. Both are valued at
a flat-screen television and com- $550.
puter were taken. Ms. Varnes said the residence
David Leftwich said he dis- is undergoing remodeling and
covered the theft from his un- suggested construction workers
locked garage on December 6, may be responsible.
and told police it could have oc- Jim Guess reported damage
curred anytime during the previ- at his residence off Game Road
ous week. There was no sign of in the west county on Decem-
forced entry and the garage door ber 7 when someone apparently
was partially opened. attempted to force open a front
Mr. Leftwich said a neighbor door, and Benjamin Stout said
noticed a light on at the resi- a porch light \\ as shot out at his
dence on December 2 while the residence off Catfish Lane over-
owner was away; The television night on December 6.
is valued at $700, the. computer It appeared the light and
at $1200. nearby siding were damaged by
Bonita Vames reported two buckshot' and the line of fire sug-
pistols missing from the master tested someone may have fired
bedroom of her residence off CR from a nearby residence. There
23A.north, and said they were are suspects.
taken during a two-month period
BC SO seeks same man
The same suspect from Glen On December :7, the same
St. Mary is wanted for question- individual \\as named a suspect
ing in connection xt ith t% o Unre.- in the disappearance of a Sony
lated thefts on consecutive days Play Station and game valued at
last week., $317.
Julie Starling named HenrN Michael Snover said Mr XWil-
Williams, 24, as the person who liams was at his residence on
took her 1999 Chevrolet pickup Eagle. Dr. in Macclenny that af-
truck from a residence off CR temoon and when he returned
125 north on December 8. She from the store the property was
reported the incident two days gone. The suspect later denied
-later because she thought he knowledge of the thefts when
would return the vehicle, which confronted by Mr. Snover.
he has used with permission in confronted by Mr. Snover.
Mr. Williams left a note say-
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Ms. Starling told police.
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wed December 9
Ashley Rhoden and Jamie
Harrison, both of Maxville,
were married December 9, 2006
at the First Baptist Church of
Ashley's parents are Mark
and Kim Rhoden of Maxville.
Jamie's parents are Peter and
lonaHarrison of Freeport, Maine
and Jeffrey and Karen Moore of
The couple will reside in
Couple plans to
wed later in 2007
Morgan Anderson, Kristopher
Anderson and Cassandra Reg-
ister are proud to announce the
engagement of their parents,
Scott Fraser Anderson and Ruby
Rose Register. A 2007 wedding
date will be announced to friends
Happy 7th Birthday
Love, Daddy, Mama, & RyRy
Happy 1st Birthday
Family grateful to
firemen and others
This is a special thank you
letter to all the men, women,
children and families who have
helped us begin our journey of
recovery from losing our home to
a fire. Personal acknowledgment
and our deepest gratitude to
those who we know fight hard to
save others, as they did us the
full time firefighters of Baker
County, specifically stations 10,
20, 50 and 70.
Special thanks also to the
Motorcycle Club, pastors Lee
and Badcock, Ms. Samantha and
Merodyth, the Family Service
Center, Ms. Rhonda McCormick,
Sue Murphy, Donna, .Kelly and
Bonnie of Healthy Families, the,
Moose Lodge, The American
Red Cross, The Dawkins Lodge
and various churches in the
To everyone, including
friends and family, we can't say
we love or thank you enough for
helping us as we cope through
the loss of our home. Knowing
that all of you were there for us
eased a lot of stress and pain.
THEim AMERSON FAMILY
victims of afire
Cliff and Angie Sellers and
their children, Cody (13), Dalton
(12), Taylor (10) and Kylie (7)
lost their home, belongings and
family pet to a fire on December
8, 2006. The community is being
asked to help with donations for
this family. Monetary donations
can be made at Mercantile Bank,
Sellers Family fire account,
or donations can be dropped
off to Roger Parker in the
sales department at Pineview
Chevrolet. All donations are
Happy 3rd Birthday
Vt .h.w .
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Gfts for Guardian adLitem Program
The Republican Women of Baker Federated give Christmas gifts annually to the
Guardian Ad Litem program under the leadership of Barbara Maloney (2nd from
right). There are over 1400 children in the court system in this circuit who have been
abused, neglected or abandoned.Also in photo are Gedone Prachar, Theresa Lowther,
Doris Griffis, Janet Harvil, Kim Munson and Susan Miller.
Audra Jones. daughter of Burl
and Ruth Jones of Glen St. Mary,
will graduate magna cum laude
from Florida State LUnix eri.i on
December 16 A ith a bachelor of
science degree in accounting.
She% illbeginheremplo\ meant
accounting, firm in Atlanta
in January I and continue her
education at Georgia State
University to earn a master's
degree in accounting and CPA
Jr. ROTC will be
wrapping at CVS
The Junior Air Force ROTC
class of Baker County High
School will wrap your Christmas
gifts at the CVS Pharmacy on
Saturday, December 16, from
Price of wrap depends on
package size. Donations are
All proceeds go to the spring
ROTC Military Ball.
available for kids
The women and men of the
Moose will be offering free
fingerprinting for your children
with the aid of the Baker County
sheriff's department from 2:00-
5:00 pm on Saturday, December
16, 2006 in the back room at
the Moose Lodge. This is very
important information to have in
. case of emergencies. Each child
fingerprinted will receive a free
raffle ticket for a large remote
control Harley Davidson bike
sponsored by Moose on Bikes.
Eachchildhas tobe accompanied
by a parent or guardian. Hot dog -
and popcorn will be available
for the children.
We're So Proud of You!
Melissa D. Williams has been
accepted into the 2007 Nursing
Program at Florida Community
College Jacksonville. She is
currently employed at
Dopson Family Medical Center
as a Medical Assistant.
You go, Girl!
We Love You,
Johnny & Sydney, Mama & Bob, Cindy,
Jamey, Sandy & Terry
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Teachers and students in Who's Who
The following is a list of notable teachers and students whose
names will be published in one or more of the Who's Who publications:
Jonathan T. King, Brandy Crews, Elizabeth L. Hagan, Kendall D. Hand,
Jacob E. Harrison, Sarah Herrington, Jennie L. Mann, Shannon J. Nickels,
Joshua D. Rivers, Chelsea L. Walls, Daniel P. Wilbanks, Brittany M. Dale,
Amber N. Dolby, Patricia A. End, Crystal Johnson, Ryan C. Powell, Shae
L. Raulerson, Adelaide D. Recinella, Jamie L. Stavely, Haley S. Thorn,
Michael L. Willey, Matti L. Yarborough; for sports R.I. Lucious, Lee
Taylor, Joshua P. Whitehead, Brandon Harrell, Jason B. Roberts, Kierra
N. Toccluer, Michael L. Willey, Craig L. Yarborough; teachers Martha A.
Giddens, Janet R. Neader Waller, Leigh Afin Hays, Edwin F. Zoll, Roxanna
V. Giddens, Amanda K. Hite, Stephanie K. Lucas and Paul T. Thrift.
Table Linens & Chair Covers
J Column Sets & Candelabras
--. Tables 8 Chairs
S *Floral Arrangements
259-8397 o 571-6620
Application Deadline December 22
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3-5 years of age
Little Miss Baker County/ Little Miss Macclenny/ Little Miss Glen St. Mary 6-8
years of age
Jr. Miss Baker County/ Jr. Miss Macclenny/ Jr. Miss Glen St. Mary
9-13 years of age
Miss Baker County Teen/ Miss Macclenny Teen / Miss Glen St. Mary Teen
14-16 years of age
Miss Baker County/ Miss Macclenny Miss Glen St. Mary
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For more information please callTami Yarborough at 904-259-4407
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You're invited to Baker County's
These businesses xkill be open each Friday in
December until 8:00 pm for vour shopping pleasure.
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday December 14, 2006
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Service is held
James Alvis Kenney, 58, of
Baldwin died on December
10, 2006 in Jacksonville. He
was born February 1, 1948 in
Waycross, Ga. to the late Hughie
O'Neal Kenney and the former
Winnie Lee Spivey.
Survivors include his wife
of 39 years, Mattie Elaine,
Griffis-Kenney; children Dawn
(Randall) Luffman, Stephen
Kenney and Sara Kenney;
sister Elaine (Tommy) Denham;
grandchildren Allen, Austin and
The funeral service was held
Tuesday, December 12 at Raiford
Road Church with Rev. Eddie
Griffis officiating. R. Vance
Prestwood, L.F.D. in Baldwin
was in charge of arrangements.
dies Dec. 10th
James Horace Manucy, 85, of
Macclenny died on December
Mr. Manucy is survived by
brothers Francis and Sanford;
sister Louvenia Rogers; stepsons
Charles, Keith and Ray Allen;
many nieces, nephews and
The graveside service will
be Thursday, December 14 at
2:00 pm at Riverside Memorial
Park in Jacksonville. Town and
Country Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
The family of Edmond
DeVevo would like to express
our gratitude and appreciation
to all who gave so graciously in
our time of need. We would also
like to thank family, friends,
ministers and musicians for all
of their support, prayers, food,
flowers and acts of kindness and
to everyone else who contributed
in any way.
A special thank you to
the Baker County sheriff's
department and V. Todd Ferreira
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Sunday Mturning WVnr.hp I I:0r a.m.
SWed. Night Biblhk Srud 7:10 p.m.
Eti-n 4- Sund.i Night Service 7:11p.m.
\ iilei/ if .Williamins -lnltrr /
Gene Rowe, 65,
dies in auto accident
Gene Austin Rowe, 65, of
Sanderson died as a result of an
automobile accident Wednesday,
December 6, 2006. Mr. Rowe
was born in
to the late
June Re\ is
of his life.
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M. r. Rowe
fishing and gardening, enjoyed
life and loved to spend time with
his family. He was predeceased
by brother Kenneth R. Rowe.
Survivors include children
Larry Austin Rowe and Regina
Ann (Terry) Starling, both of
Macclenny and Marcus Lee
(Daisy) Rowe of Glen St. Mary;
brother Charles M. Rowe of
Taylor; sisters Lettie M. Crews
of Cuyler and Elizabeth (Dennis)
Schmitz of Taylor; grandchildren
Caleb and Nathan; numerous
nieces and nephews, great nieces
The funeral service was held
Saturday, December 9, 2006 at
Christian Fellowship Temple
with Pastor David Thomas
officiating. The arrangements
were under the direction of V.
Todd Ferreira Funeral Services,
In Memory of
LOVE, THE DAVIS FAMILY
In Loving Memory
Allie Mae Dinkins
"An angel carried you home"
LOVE AND MISS YOU.
KEN, PENNY, KENNEY, KELLI & JONATHAN
ny the night of December 6.
Patron Cheryl Parker of Mid-
dleburg said she left the purse
unattended about 10:30, and a
witness told Deputy Ben Ander-
son that Mr. Graves may have
placed it under his shirt as he left
The victim on December 8
notified Deputy Anderson that
Mr. Graves returned the purse to
the bar, minus most of what she.
said was inside it when stolen.
We publish obituaries
& pictures FREE!
Don't go it alone
The Baker County
Cancer Support Group
First Thursday of month
Baker County Health Department
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. Lyons f
Mt. Zion N.C.
121 North t 259-44l61
Pastor Timi Cheshire
Sunday School 9:45 amn
Sunday Morning Worslip 11.00 ani
Sunday Evening Worihip 6 00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Service ;00 pm
Jes.us answered, "Verily, verily I
Sy unto0 thee. e-cept 0 man be
born l water andi 1 of the Spirit,
he rannot enter into the king-
doin of God John : 5
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Where Everyone is Somebody and
Jesus is the Leader
L.VLRYO:.VL '.A tL' i
Pastor Rev. Ernie Terrell
CHURCH OF CHRIST
573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am 11:00 am
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S' i ]l, .i inisler
~"-" S"lal F. Kitching
S 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
Wednesday Worship: 6:15 pm
John L. Hay, Jr., Pastor
First Baptist Church
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
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
St. Peters Anglican Fellowship
Minnesota Ave. Macclenny, Fla.
Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Service 10:00 am
Off-duty deputy aids
in arrest of shoplifter
An off-duty part time county Ms. Parker said it contained
deputy subdued and arrested a jewelry, prescription medicine,
16-year-old male after he spotted identification and a bank card.
the youth in a fracas with a store Only her keys and driver's li-
clerk outside the Macclenny Ra- cense were inside when it was
dio Shack on South 6th the after- returned.
noon of December 6. Deputy Anderson said several
Clerk Sandra Sparks initially attempts to question Mr. Graves
attempted to prevent the boy, a were unsuccessful.
student at Baker County High Raymond Hines of Glen St.
School from the Glen St. Mary Mary reported his Vystar Credit
area, from leaving the store after Union account was looted of
he stuffed a $75 cell phone in his $700 between December 2-4,
shirt about 4:30. The suspect was and named a relative as a pos-
accompanied by another youth sible suspect.
who ran away. Mr. Hines told Deputy Tony
Deputy Nickles was across the Norman he gave his ATM card
street at the Vystar Credit Union to the relative in November be-
at the time, and had the youth in cause she was running errands
custody when other officers ar- for him due to an illness.
rived. Someone apparently backed
Deputy Patrick McGauley a pickup truck to the combined,
said a surveillance video shows Taylor fire station and voting
/the youth taking the phone while house overnight December 6 and
the accomplice attempted to dis- carted off a Pepsi machine and
tract Ms. Spatks. The second its contents. It marks the third
youth is tall and thin, wearing a incident of vandalism or theft
camouflage shirt and long black involving a drink machine in re-
shorts. The arrested youth re- cent weeks.
fused to reveal his identity. The machine had both drinks
The boy is charged with petty and change inside valued at
theft, resisting the clerk and pos- about $45; no value was placed
session of a marijuana cigarette on the machine itself.
found in his pants pocket during A power saw with no value
a security search, specified was taken from a pick-
The case will be handled by up truck overnight December 4
juvenile authorities. on South 7th St. in Macclenny,
In other theft reports, the sher- and three office telephones were
iff's department wants to ques- taken from the interior of the
tion a suspect identified as Joe soon-to-open Wal-Mart Super-
Graves for theft of contents in a center on South 228 between
nurse at Pop's Place in Macclen- December 2-4.
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Jr.nr[. hir". .inl I..r all s'rii
-I **I Loiinug Church wilh a Groaring vision of Excellence"
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First Baptist Church
A -GLEN ST. MARY, FLORIDA
"A /1-mt. i,, Sunday School 9:45 AM
/ .' C,'ni Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 AM
9 Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 PM
Dr. Walter Bennett, Interim Sr Pastor
Perry Hays, Associate Pastor
Independent Pentecostal Church
Seventh St. & Ohio Ave., Macclenny
Sunday Morning Worship
Sunday Evening Worship
Wednesday Night Service
Radio WJXR 92.1 Sunday.
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
GJ 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)
2659 S.W. Main Blvd. (U.S. 41 South)
Bill Guerry and Bryan Guerry, Funeral Directors
Larry Williams, Office Administrator
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
Come and magnify the Lord and worship with us
Glen Friendship Tabernacle
Clinton Ave. Glen St. Mary
WJXR Radio Service Sunday.... 8:30 am
Morning Worship Service...... 10:30 am
Children's Church ............ 11:30 am
Evangelistic ............... 6:00 pm
Bible Study (Wed.). ..... ...... 7:30 pm
Rev. Albert Starling Home: 259-3982 Church: 259-6521
Jesus: The Way, The Truth and The Life
Sunday School 10:00 AM. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 PM.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 AM. Wed. Eve. Worship 7:30 P.M.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
North 6th Street Macclenny 259-3500
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Middle, heavy classes put
Wildcats over Bradford Co.
The Wildcat wrestling team
got a stiff -test from rival Brad-
ford County, but managed to
come out on top 40-34 Monday
night at the BCHS gym. Brad-
ford controlled many of the light
weight classes, but the middle
and heavier weights belonged to
The Cats opened strong with
Timmy Mason and Brittany Dale
winning on forfeit in the 103 and
112 classifications. From then on
the Wildcats struggled. losing the
next five weight classes to the
Tornadoes. Brandon Lucas got
the Wildcats back on track with a
4-0 win over Mark Wininger.
Joshua Trippett kept it going,
pinning Shawn Boyette at 1:53
of the first period. Josh Hodges
had a tough match against Alan
Lin. The match went back and
forth before Hodges turned Lin
for apin in 5:26 of the third peri-
od. David Corona had the quick-
est pin of the night, with a stop
in 1:17 of the first period. Blake
Yarbrough finished the scoring,
forBCHS with a pin.
Boys lose to Suwannee,
beat Hilliard Saturday
Thorne Crowley had a big
week for the Wildcat varsity bas-
ketball team as it split games.
The guard scored 15 against Su-
wannee County and 16 versus
the Hilliard Flashes to lead the
scoring for BCHS.
The Wildcats traveled to Su-
wannee hoping to rebound from
a tough loss to Lake City Co-
lumbia last week, and though
they fell 50-45 to the Bulldogs, it
put them back on track to defeat
Hilliard on Saturday.
Baker High led most of the
way at Live Oak, but a last-min-
utesurge by the Bulldogs in the
fourth quarter gave the hosts the
victory and sent the Cats off for a
quiet bus trip home.
Three-point shots from Kyle
Kennedy and Nate Strachan got
BCHS off.to a good start. The
game started at a relatively slow
pace and the wildcats built to
their lead with baskets from all
five starters. BCHS was up 13-8
at .the end of the period.
Suwannee woke up in the sec-
ond and a pair of three pointers
helped it match the Wildcats bas-
ket for basket. BCHS led 25-20
at the interval.
Suwannee came out deter-
mined and slowly chipped away
at the Wildcat lead in the third
period. Only Crowley and Joe
Reed found the basket that quar-
ter as Suwannee trimmed the
BCHS edge to one point at the
In the fourth period they took
the lead and built on it. Strachan
dumped in a pair and Ike Park-
er contributed all seven of his
points in the period to keep the
Cats close. But in the end, Su-
wannee was determined not to
lose at home.
Crowley had 15 and Strachan
11 points. Parker added 7 and Ja-
mal Lee 5 points.
The Cats reversed the five-
point loss to Suwannee with a
five-point win over Hilliard on
Saturday in the BCHS gym. It
was a back and forth game, with
first Hilliard and then BCHS tak-
ing the lead and losing it. The
lead changed places a number
of times during the game and
both teams pla. ed well enough
Hilliard got three 3-pointers
from Nathan Carter in the first
period to go up by a 15-14 edge.
The Cats stormed back with all
of their starters contributing to
go up 29-23 at the half.
But with shades of the Suwan-
nee game, Hilliard chipped away
at the lead and narrowed it to two
points at the end of the third pe-
riod. The Wildcats had seen what
had happened on Thursday night
and went basket-for-basket with
Hilliard fouled inf hopes the
Cats would miss from the free
throw stripe, but BCHS nailed
seven of nine free throw shots to
secure the win.
). Crowley led the way with 16
points. Strachan had 11 points
and Ike Parker 9 points and 9 re-
bounds. Kyle Kennedy also had
9 points, all of which came on
three pointers. Tyler Thomas had
6 points and 8 rebounds. Blake
Rowan and Joe Reed added a
The Cats will travel to Ala-
chua County for a key matchup
with the Santa Fe Red Raiders on
Dec. 16 and then return home for
the Florida First Coast Classic
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday December 14, 2006 Page 9
Girls sweep three games,
beat Tigers andBroncos
The Lady Wildcat basketball
team had an excellent week, win-
ning three out of three games.
The girls are one game over
the .500 mark and host Yulee at
home this Thursday.
The week started in a slightly.
bizarre fashion. The afternoon of
December 5, the team boarded
the bus for an away match at
Union County. But the Tiger
coach misread his schedule and
also boarded a bus for what he
thought was an away match at
the BCHS gym. The buses must
have passed each other on SR
121 in the opposite direction. An
angry Tiger coach got a hit with,
a forfeit, but will undoubtedly
look more closely at his schedule
in the future.
On Thursday, the Lady Cats
hosted Suwannee County, and a
63-32 trouncing on a cold night,
made the Bulldogs wish they'd
have' stayed at home. Brittany
Hinson tossed in 18 points as
the Wildcats led all the way
The Cats opened up on fire,
running up and do% n the. court
and scoring at \ ill. The3 held a
20-5 edge at the first period buzz-
er and the game was decided for
all intents and purposes. By half-
time the\ were up 39-14.
The Cats took their foot off the
pedal in the second half but con-
tinued to keep up the defensive
pressure. Caitlin Griffis pulled
down 14 rebounds and Deanna
McKenzie 13 as the Cats con-
trolled the defensive and offen-
sive boards. They outscored the
Lady Dogs 11-5 in the third, and
while the teams plaN ed even\ in
the fourth period, the Lady Dogs
had effectively been put away
early in the second period.
Hinson led the Cats followed
by Brittany Ruise with 15 points,,
Destiny de la Pena with 10,
McKenzie with 7 ariand Michelle
Lopez with 5.
On Saturday, the Lady Cats
hosted Middleburg and pounded
the Lady Broncos 53-29. Destiny,
de laPena and Brittany Ruise led
the way foi BCHS ith' 14 and
5 Yr. Experience
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It starts with the headline:
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13 points respectively.
The Cats came out running
and gunning and though Middle-
burg kept it close, led by four at
the end of the first period. They
continued to build their lead
through a balanced offense and
a defense that forced numerous
Caitlin Griffis and Deanna
McKenzie had 22 rounds be-
tween them and the Broncos
were only getting one shot on
their possessions. The Cats had
a two digit lead at 27-17 at the:
They built on the lead
throughout the second half. The
third period could not have gone
better for BCHS. The Lady Cats
skunked Nliddleburg 12-0 in the
period and then held them off to
win the game.
Michelle Lopez and McKen-
zie added 7 points and Griffis 6
in the win.
The Lady Cats are 6-5 on the
season and 3-3 in district play.
man ofthe match,
Thome Croley was high
scorer in t"wo of the Wildcat
basketball teams last week and
named this week's Man of the
M latch. Crow le), w' ho transferred
in this ear, has been instrumen-
tal in the team's success.
He scored 15 points against
Suwannee County on Thursday
in a losing effort and then turned
around to score 16 points in the
victory over Hilliard on Satur-
Crowley is a quick guard who
is a strong ball-handler and a
versatile scorer. He can) drive the
paint and score on layups and also
hit the outside shot. He is one of
Charles Ruise's top threats in the
three point game.
He is also an active defender
whose quick hands produce a lot
of steals. He's been one of the
bright spots of the team this year,
so keep an"eye on"-him'.
.1 t'da.ifng T.,",,,i'a ..'-.i, I. / i f a t\ / ,,,n B,.'bb\ 6' d'uen
at Bowden induction
When Florida State's leg-
endary coach Bobby Bow den
was inducted into the College
Football Hall of Fame at a New
York City gala on December 5,
Tommy Johns of 1MIacclenn\ was
in the audience a special guest
along with several other mem-
bers of the football team at South
Georgia Junior College during
Mr. Johns played briefly at
South Georgia in 1956 where he
also ran track, and the following
two years was the football team
manager. It was one, of Coach
Bowden's first coaching posi-
tions in a career that has lasted
more than a half-century.
Coach Bowden, 77, said last
week he has no immediate retire-
ment plans and joked during his
acceptance speech about calls for
it, insisting his goal is a national
The other high-profile honor-
ee that evening at the famed Wal-
dorf-Astoria Hotel in Manhattan
was Joe Paterno of Penn State,
whose induction was postponed
because he suffered a broken leg
in a sideline mishap earlier this
"All I can say is what a great
honor it was to be included in
something like this," said Mr.
Johns, whose friendship with
Coach Bowden has survived over
the N ears. Also in attendance was
a foirner Macclenn\ resident \vho
also played tor South Georgia,
Vernon (Pee-Wee) Brinson, who
has prospered in the car business
and now lives in New Orleans
Other members of the Douglas
team that won two state champi-
onships and a co-championship
during Coach Bowden's tenure
were also there for the weekend.,
The team, including its coach,
gets together e\er\ June for a re-
union in Douglas,i, .... i
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday December 14, 2006 Page 10
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS
Land sales recorded November 16-30
The following land trans-
actions were recorded in the
Baker County courthouse dur-
ing November 16-30. Values
are derived from documenta-
ry stamps. Many descriptions
are by S(ection) T(ownship)
R(ange). If acreage or price are
not listed, none were indicated
in the documents.
Hodges, Amie to Hodges,
Timothy E in TOWN OF
SANDERSON BK 10, $58,667
Bowen, Clara Sue to Bowen,
James D in 5-2S-22E, $0
Maronda Homes Inc Of
Florida to Wilds, Douglas L in
CYPRESS POINTE UNIT 1
LOT 53, $234,200
Holton, John W to Traugott,
Earl M in 15-3S-21E, $103,000
Morrison, Joshua C to
Morrison, Joshua C in LOT
1 BLOCK 53 TOWN OF
Midgett, Robert 0 to Presnell,
Sandra T in LOT 17 BLOCK
1 TIMBERLAND ESTATES,
Rhoden, Thomas R to Colvin,
Timothy W in 11-4S-20E, $59,900
Colvin, Timothy W to King,
Donald Roy Jr in 11-4S-20E,
Raulerson, Jonathan Scott to
Valenciaga, Marisol in CANNON
HEIGHTS PHASE TWO LOT
Wells, Franklin Dennis to
Midgett, Robert 0 in TOWN OF
MACCLENNY LOTS 7,7,BK 80,
Tisdale, Ralph Lynwood to
Cason, Christopher Michael in,
Byrd, David J to Byrd, Daniel
J in 24-2S-21E, $60,000
Williams, William H to Clark,
Richard in 8-2S-22E, $0
Woodington, William E to
Taylor, Ron in 36-2S-20E, $10
Blanton, Marlene W to Hobbs,
Teresa S in HUMMINGBIRD
TRAIL SUB LOT 19, $15,000
Hobbs, Teresa S to Lauramore,
Jeromy R L in HUMMINGBIRD
TRAIL SUB LOT 19, $85,000
Yarborough Mobile Homes
Inc to Hodges, Dustin L in 6-2S-
Sealey, Ronald to Schmidt,
Richard Charles in TOBACCO
PATCH SUB LOT 5, $95,500
Mixon, Donald L to
Milenchick, Rebecca Jenkins in
Obaugh, Audrey Diane to
Smith, Audrey Diane in 20.21-3S-
Bradshaw & Griffis LLC to
Strayer, Jason E in FOREST
GLEN LOT 11, $266,000
Kirkland, Emery A to
Kirkland, Bruce W in 17-3S-21E,
Canaday, Mitch to Jones,
Brian Alan in FOX RIDGE EST
LOT 55, $169,300
Rhoden, Hugh Bentley
to Putney, Matthew S in
TIMBERLANE UNIT 4 LOT 44,
Crews, Gregory K to Dean,
Larry in WM KNABB ADD LOT
11 BK 10, $7,950
Rhoden, Joseph to Rhoden,
Joseph in S5-3S-22E, $0
Southern Style Contractors
Inc to Parden, Audra in
HUNTER RIDGE AT GLEN
PLANTATION LOT 29, $10
Rhoden, Joseph to Rhoden,
Joseph in HICKS ESTATES DB-
Padgett, Kathy Juanice to
Gatlin, Blair, $35,000
Satterwhite, Charles E Jr
to Adams, Linamelia M in
WILLOW POND LOT 4,
Mixon, Donald to Barber,
Roger L in 35-2S-20E, $155,000
Raoufi, Barbara L to Lovett,
Sharon G in 29-2S-22E, $189,000
Dykes And Associates
Construction Inc to Lloyd, Joey
E in 30-2S-22E, $50,000
Moring, Edgar Jr to Wilson,
John E in 32-2S-22E, $25,000
McNutt, Joyce to McNutt,
Joyce in 23-2S-20E, $0
Chauncey, Kimberly to
Chauncey, Kimberly in 29-2S-
Chauncey, Joseph Wayne to
Chauncey, Kimberly in 29-2S-
Seda Construction Company
Of Florida to Higgins, Ronald M
in SANDS POINTE SUB LOT
Department Of Housing
And Urban Development Of
Washington DC to Washington
Mutual Bank, $10
Bell, Georgia Ann to Prescott,
Lisa Marie in 2-1S-20E, $17,000
Daniels, Early James to
Donaldson, Lavorn in 32-2S-22E,
Maronda Homes Inc Of
Florida to Griffis, Jerry A in
CYPRESS POINTE LOT 35,
Thomas, David P to Sirk, Joy
T in 25-2S-21E, $10
MacGlen Builders Inc
to Rodgers, Nicholas A in
GLENFIELD OAKS LOT 13,
Starling, Robert Glenn
Sto Starling, Teresa Sue in
HUMMINGBIRD TRAIL SUB
LOT 19, $10
Ex-RPCplaniner joins coinity office...
MIJarice Postal of Jacksonville recently joined the planning office at the county an-
.ite pai of tiw Planning and Zoning Department, as a planning technician. Mr.
Pot, it dill aass iti ui h DR]I (deelopiiieit of regional impact) applications and other
planning matters supervi d by Ed Preston, the county's planning director. The new
hiree worked for Mr. Preston at the Northeast Florida-Regional Planning Council.
Mr. Postal, 30, grew up in Palatka and has a bachelor's degree in political science
from the University of Maine and a master's degree in public administration from
the University of North Florida.
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"American" youth saddle, 14", dark
oil, great condition, $250. 912-843-
2098. 11/23-12/21 p
Kenmore gas dryer, excellent condi-
tion, $100; Proform Treadmill, in time
for Christmas, $200. 259-7502.
Christmas fried turkeys, cajun, plain
or injected. Ronie's Food in Glen. 259-
Black front, side-by-side refrigera-
tor with ice & water in door, micro-
wave, dishwasher and flat top stove, all
matching CGE appliances. $1500. Kevin
Pa.ioe 259-64 117 12 7-14p
1997 Quantum boat, 18 ft., 120 Mer-
cury Force, excellent condition, $6800
OBO. 259-5296. 12/7-14p
Ashley twin captain's bedroom suite,
bed w/bookcase headboard & drawers
underneath, includes dresser w/mirror,
light oak color, barely used, $350. 904-
Now through Christmas, The Franklin
Mercantile will be open Thursday-Sat-
urday, Friday evenings until 8:00 pm.
259-6040. 11/30-12/21 c
"Chucar" $4/alive, $5.50/dressed. G&L
Partridge Farm 275-2603. 12/7-21 c
Washers/Dryers $150 set, will sepa-
rate; refrigerator & stove 90 day war-
ranty, free delivery and set, up. 904
964-5266 anytime. 12/14-28p
Upright piano, $75, plays well, recent-
ly tuned. 259-8611. 12/14p
Good used appliances. 90 day money
back guarantee. 266-4717.7/13-3/29p
Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic,
$199. 904-398-5200. 11/2tfc
2003 Polaris Scrambler 4 wheeler,
great condition, $1000 OBO. 259-
Playstation 3, $650. 228-463-1154 or
.1989 Dodge Dakota, V6, automatic,
A/C, $1500; 2001 Ford Ranger 4x4, ex-,
tended cab, V6, automatic, A/C, $6500;
1996 S10 4x4, extended cab, V6, auto-
matic, A/NO $5000. 2002, 30 ft., 9 ton
equipment trailer, 3 axle, $4500. 904-
838-2648. 11/30-12/21 p
1976 Chevy 4x4 truck, 350, 4.11
gears, lift kit, extra tires, new paint,
runs good, $2900 OBO. 259-7910 or
1998 Mercury Tracer GS, 4 door, juio-
matic, air and heat, nice clean, red car,
$1800. 571-0913. 12/14p
2001 Ford Ranger XLT, red, 4 cylin-
der, 5 speed, A/C, CD player, power
steering, new tires, runs great, 93,500
miles, $5795 OBO. 259-7856 after 5:00
1984 Chevrolet, needs motor and
transmission, $500 OBO. 904-486-
1975 Dodge motor home, 30 ft., about
30,000 miles on V8 engine, about 85%
restored, $5000. 571-0913. 12/14p
2004 Chevrolet Z-71 regular cab, red,
tint, toolbox, warn grill guard, only 32K
miles, excellent condition, $17,500.
King pillowtop, new with warranty,
$289, can deliver. 904-391-0015.
Full size mattress/box springs &
frame, like new, $100. Call 259-3535
after 5:00 pm. 12/14p
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs,,
very ornate, fluted legs, rare; half round
foyer console. All pieces are mahogany
wood, Southern Charm. 259-4140.
Christmas fried turkeys, cajun, plain
or injected. Richard's Meat Market.
1-730 Motorola cell phone, like new,
comes with black body glove scuba
case, $60. 259-8929. 12/14-21 p
3X24 ft., 29 gauge, metal roofing;
2x6, -14 ft., load bearing, trusses. 334-
Bed, beautiful temp-pedic memory
foam mattress & boxsprings, new
in plastic, with warranty, retail $950,
must sell $379, can deliver. 904-858-
Aiwa stereo with 3 disc CD changer, 2
cassette player and subwoofer speak-
ers, $75. 259-1943 after 6:00 pm.
Solid wood cherry sleigh bed with
mattress & boxsprings, retail $950,
sacrifice for $395, can deliver. 904-
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece.
e.,.cellent condition Southern Charm
Nice Panasonic microwave, $25;
Blue Ox collapsible tow bar for tow-
ing, $250; Baha 50cc 4 wheeler, minor
repair, $250. 259-0768 or 259-2271.
Three tropical blend scooters, tan,
pink & green in color, must see to ap-
preciate, $300 OBO. Kevin Paige 259-
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. ffc
Office. desk .miscellaneous itLii6.s0
microwave, baby items and more. Call
John at 535-8399. 12/14c
Buck Stove, cast iron, with blower,
used as fireplace insert, New $1500,
sell for $600, 259-3737 ask for Karin.
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, all mahogany,
can be seen at Southern Charm. 259-
1994 Massey Ferguson 283, 72 HP
diesel tractor, dual remotes, spin-out
rear wheels, power steering, good
tires, $7500. 259-6115 or 904-424-
1950 Harris & Ferguson tractor,
$2500; 2003 Honda Shadow Saber
1100, 6800 miles, garage kept, $5000.
Lift chair with heat, 3 waves massage
and. battery back-up,. $1000; electric
wheel chair, $1500; both one year old,
used 2 weeks. 904-233-2942. 12/14p
Air hockey table, 7 ft. long x 4 ft. wide,
electronic scoring and sound effects,
like new, fun for all ages, $225, will
hold for Christmas. 904-266-4013.
Thursday 9:00 am-2:00 pm. 121 N. on left.
More nice stuff.
Thursday & Friday 8:00 am-?. 8478 Claude
Harvey Rd. off 139B. Good things, pumpkin
rolls, good prices.
Thursday & Friday 8:00 am-?. 7349 W. Madi-
son. Glen. Many Christmas items.
Friday 9;00 am-?. 121 South '2 mile past
Burger King on left, Sylvester Manning Rd.
Namebrand clothes & shoes galore & miscel-
laneous. Chincilla pet & accessories, $75. 653-
Friday 7:30 am-?. 9960 S. Glen Ave. across from Franklin Mercan-
tile. Wicker chair, queen mattress set. lots of children's things &
stroller. Lots of miscellaneous.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 ?. 271 Blair Street off Hwy 90. Good stuff,
Friday & Saturday 8:30-3:00 pm, 5454 Woodlawn Rd.
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am-?. North 121 across from fire station.
Bring your trailer! All kinds of items from furniture to electronics to
clothes. Too many to list. Huge sale.
Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm, Di:ie Mini Storage behind Moody's
Saturday 6:00 am-?, 4250 Dogwood St.. Macclenny II. Riding lawn-
mower, furniture, dishes, clothes. etc.
Saturday 8:00 am-?. 11739 D.C. Horne Rd. Lots of items. 4 17"
chrome rims, electronic typewriter, florist flower pick machine,
Home interiors, baby clothes, 19" TV, Christmas decorations. fa,
machine, HP Inkjet printer, Epson printer, children's videos, toys, GE
dishwasher, Read With Me DVD, V-smile game system with games
and lots of other items. 259-1684.
Saturday 7:00 am-?, 320 North Boulevard W. Lots of good stuff.
Saturday 8:00 am-?. Baldwin, 285 Lima St. beside carwash across
from IGA. A little bit of every thing. Big sale.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 4387 Birch St., Macclenny II. Items A-Z. 4
Saturday 8:00 am-?. -470 Magnolia Drive behind Richard's Meat
Market off Miltondale, follow signs. 2 ten speed bikes, baby crib.
clothes, household items, wreaths, too much to mention. Multi-fam-
Dogs: all types from .puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $50 boarding fees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc
Just in time for Christmas. Full blood-
ed Labrador puppies, 4 black and 5
yellow, 3 months, no papers, $250; Full
blooded blue heeler puppies, 6 months,
no papers, $100. 259-2229.
Feeder pigs, $35. 259-2419.12/7-14p
20+ registered quarter horses. Brood-
mares, Winglins, Palominos, Buck-
skins, Sorrels, etc. Cowbred. Jodi @
Christmas puppies! 8 weeks on 12/20,
Red/Blue Heelers, $250 each. 912-843-
2098. 11/23-12/21 p '
Pet Chinchilla for sale, includes large
cage, accessories and display desk,
$75. 275-2637. 12/14p
9 'year old, 15+ hands registered quar-
ter horse, mare, bay solid, breeding
stock paint, loads, clips, ties, etc. Up-
to-date on all shots & coggins. Very
sweet, good trail horse, $1300 OBO.
904-234-1142 or 912-843-2688.
Found: Six month old, long haired black
cat, very affectionate. Free to good
home. 259-4690. 12/14
Lost: Black-tan daschund, her name
is Heidi (Hi-Dee), last seen on North
Boulevard between 121 and 23A. Wear-
ing collar and vet tag. If you have her or
any information about her, please call
259-6946 or 259-4517. 12/14p
Lost chocolate/ tan small
male chihuahua. Debarked.
Neutered. 7 yrs old.
904-307-8146 or 251-5451
Missed dearly. Lost at
Normandy and Lane Ave.
3/2 HOME READY FOR YOUR FAMILY
Great neighborhood in Macclenny this handsome 3/2 1547 SF home
has a 2 car garage plus storage, Nice yards with fenced back yard
and sprinkler system. Wired for sound.
CLASSIC WARM 3/2 BRICK HOME
In established om. 2298 SF,
large screened Lj] iJLarge kitchen
On 2 city lots with back yard fenced! $195,900
COUNTRY ESTATE IN CITY
2500 SF 4BR/3BA house. Completely remodeled and updated!
New Kitchen-Aid appliances. New wiring, plumbing and air
conditioning! Stone and wood flooring, vinyl board fence,
Two new electric fireplaces! REDUCED- $279,900
2 lots on US 90- in Glen St.
Mary with building. Excellent
business opportunity. Has water
& sewer. Currently rented at
Excellent Business Location!
1.25 acres with 320 feet high-
way frontage on busy 121
North. Zoned Commercial
Exc. commercial corner lot.
East Macclenny Avenue, .92
3/2 SW and 2 story home on
1.21 aM i ',~~in the
the house. REDUCED $99,500
3 lots in Glen St. Mary, 75x130.
1999 14x70 mobile home with
chainlink fenced yard. 2 BR, 2
BA with a garden tub and sepa-
rate shower in master bath.
Close to city. $79,900
walk to school. 1560 SF
111* 1 7 T..,
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
CONVENIENCE STORE/ MEAT MARKET
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.
Macclenny Realty Inc.
Wayne Combs, Licensed Real Estate Broker ** We can show and sell all listings!
e- "- LJ Anne Kitching, Realtor, 962-8064 ** Wendy Smith, Realtor, 710-0528 ** Tina Melvin, Realtor, 233-2743 cell.
PERFECT FOR LARGE FAMILY!
Spacious 4 BR, 2 BA 2005 Fleetwood doublewide MH,
1917 SF on 1.2 acres. Large living area and kitchen.
Dinkins Jewelry. Expert jewelry repair
and custom jewelry design. Monday-
Friday 10:00 am-5:00 pm, Saturday
10:00 am-? thru Christmas. 259-6674.
My name is Joseph Brown and I was
one of the four kids that stole football
equipment. Right now I regret what I
did. I have to stay on probation for one
year. I.wish I could go badc and-change
the past because f wuuld never do that
again. \ 12/14p
Southern Gospel Group looking for a
professional piano player. Practices in
the Macclenny area. 904-451-6461.
Piano lessons. Accepting students.
To reserve your lesson spot, call Lisa
Ravelo at 904-434-2437. 12/14-21 p
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-7968.
Affordable & Dependable. Let me
take care of your cleaning needs. Also
available evenings and weekends. 259-,
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in good
condition. Call Karin at Southern Charm
Just in time for Christmas. Female,
English Bulldog puppy, 12 weeks, CKC,
shots & wormed, $1200 OBO. 695-
521 South Sixth Street, Ste. C, Macclenny
259-7709 e. 33,8=4528 cell
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday December 14, 2006 Page 12
Notice to readers:
The newspaper often publishes classi-
fied advertising on subjects like work-at-
home, weight loss products, health prod-
ucts. While the newspaper uses reason-
able 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.
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Seeking the right person to handle
front office duties at an established,
busy office in Macclenny. You must
have above, average business and
organizational skills, a proven ability to
deal with the public in an accurate and
pleasing manner. Salary commensu-
rate with experience. Send resumes to
c/o Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
In home care for elderly female,
Monday-Friday, 7:00 am-4:00 pm. 259-
1404 after 6:00 pm. 12/14-21p
for retail business in Macclenny.
Computer skills required. Experience
and accounting software a plus. Send
cover letter, resume, references and
salary requirements to Kennzl4@hot-
mail.com or mail to P.O. Box 2014,
Valdosta, Ga. 31604. 12/7-14p
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools, benefits after 90 days. 259-
Social worker, full time/part time, BS/
BA in social services or related health
field, may substitute experience on a
1/1 basis. Send or deliver resume to
Baker County Council on Aging, 101 E.
Macclenny Ave., Macclenny, FL 32063,
e-mail: email@example.com or
call 259-2223 ext. 231; fax 259-6394.
Baker County Council on Aging is an
Equal Opportunity Employer. 12/14c
Dental Assistant needed. Experience
preferred, Monday-Friday, 9:00 am-
5:00 pm, Lake City office; also needed
Sterilization Tech, will train. Please fax
resumes to 386-752-3122. 12/7-28p
A/C and duct installer, must be experi-
enced. 259-8038. 12/14-1/4
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. 6/2tfc
WHITEHEAD BROS.,INC. LAKE CITY LOGISTICS
NEW RAISE IN PAY
Over the road drivers needed.
New trucks with ThermoKing APU's, 1800 watt inverters, top of the line
leather seats, walk-in condo sleepers, and new air-ride front suspension
for a smoother ride than you have ever experienced. Home several nights
.most weeks as we have a good mixture of regional and over the road.
Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching that comes from only
dispatching 25 trucks locally. Earn up to 30% of revenue immediately..
NO WAITING!!! New increased layover pay. Up to $100.00 per day.
2 weeks vacation. $1200.00 per year Safety Bonus. Driver of the Year
bonus. Driver recruitment bonus. Medical and dental insurance. Need 2
CALL JIM OR DEBBIE LAWRENCE
904-368-0777 or 888-919-8898
LAND FOR INVESTMENT -40 acres
of land for development. South of
Sanderson in Baker County. Great
investment property! MLS# 329000,
53 ACRE FARM In Glen St. Mary.
Set up with electric, well, septic
system, fenced, 2 ponds waiting for
your finishing touches. MLS# 307155,
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY- 3
duplexes 6 total units- 2 units have
2BR/2BA, 4 units have 2BR/1BA.
Excellent location. MLS# 294791;
BAKER COUNTY -7.5 acres, private
shady lot. Partially cleared with paved
road frontage. Already split into 2
parcels. MLS# 312559, $139,900
COUNTRY LIVING Beautiful high &
dry land. 28.54 acres on paved road
frontage. Can be split in minimum 7.5
acres. MLS# 317891, $642,150
VACANT LAND -12 acres with 1 acre
cleared. Well, electric, telephone,
,covered carport. 5t" wheel included.
MLS# 320255, $158,000
BEAUTIFUL LOCATION 4.75 acres
in beautiful Old Nursery Plantation.
Cleared & fenced, ready to build your
home. MLS# 333422, $159,900
Now accepting applications for full
time employment. Valid class A or B
CDL with Hazmat and tanker endorse-
ments required; good driving record
a must; local routes/home every
night. Serious inquires only. Call
259-2314 or send resume to Stone
Transport Services LLC, P.O. Box 1229,
Macclenny, FL 32063. 12/14-21 p
Drivers: Independent Contractors.
Home weekends & during the week.
Drop & Hook. CDL-A, 3 years expe-
rience. browntrucking.com 800-241-
5624 x 106. 12/7-14p
'on Rea\ Lorp -L\Ll'i''-
LUXURY LIVING 5BR/4BA, all brick, huge cul-
de-sac lot on man made pond, Masterpiece! MLS# '
BRICK BEAUTY 3BR/2BA, 2.5 car garage,
custom drapes, brick fireplace, fenced front &
rear yard, patio & garden area. MLS# 330275,
MOVE IN READY-- 2BR/1 BA brick Bungalow,
remodeled kitchen, new roof, corner lot, fenced
backyard. MLS# 327801, $146,900
Class "A" Maintenance Mechanic
needed for 3rd shift maintenance crew.
Must have minimum 5 years experi-
ence. Pay ranges from $17.43 plus a
26 cent shift differential pay. We are an
equal opportunity employer and a drug
free workplace. We offer 401k, health
insurance, paid holidays & vacation.
Apply at Gilman Building Products, CR
218, Maxville or fax resume to 904- -
Company specializing in erosion con-
trol now hiring the following positions:
Crew leaders, equipment operators,
1395 Chaffee Road
GORGEOUS HOME 3BR/2.5BA, all brick, in
great area, 2 car garage & detached workshop.
Cl se to 1-10 & offers tons of extras! MLS# 318595,
BARGAIN NEW HOME 4BR/2BA, completely
renovated. Must see to appreciate the fine work
done on this beautiful home! MLS# 321160
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. 12/14p
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service needs
experienced full time lawn mainte-
nance worker with valid Florida drivers
license. 259-7335. 3/23tfc
Drivers: Local Shuttle. 800++/week.
BCBS, 401k, profit sharing, vacations
& holidays. CDL-A, 3 years experience.
Local home care agency looking for
READY FOR DREAM HOME 3 acres
on paved road, ready for mobile home
or build to suit. MLS# 333770, $60,000
IMMACULATE 3BR/2BA home
on .31 acres. Open floor plan, large
backyard, screen porch, privacy fence.
MLS# 333101, $215,000
HORSES WELCOME -Gorgeous
4BR/3BA, 2480 sq ft home on 5.14
acres. 4 stall barn with feed & tack
room. Fenced. In desirable area. MLS#
BEAUTIFUL FISH POND on 5.2
acres partially cleared, fenced, & close
to downtown. Zoned for horses. MLS#
SPACIOUS CONDO -1899 sq ft, 4BR/
2.5BA, covered patio, inside laundry,
end unit. MLS# 326933, $134,900
GREAT STARTER 3BR/2BA mobile
home on 1.01 acre in great area. Offers
fully fenced yard & detached
workshop. MLS# 334462 $108,500
VALUE PACKED JUST REDUCED!!
2BR/2BA Condo, 1 car garage, gate
secured, lots of extras! MLS# 321766,
OFFICE/HOME Ideal for professional
office and attached living quarters.
Zoned CO, MLS# 318312, $180,000
00luuo 1i/2Uu- u/u,-U-fU Houses/Doullaings qemo Culverts installed u1-ou0-,o- I
WOODS TREE 11/23-12/14p Inground pools demo 275-2474 Lic#RR0067433 6/29-12/28p
SERVICE JIM'S CATFISH FARM 904-445-8836 days 509-0930 cell KONNIE'S KLEAR POOLS NOBLITT'S HOME
removal Light hauling & U FISH 904-653-2493 evenings 12/7tfc We build in-ground pools INSPECTIONS, INC.
We haul or buy junk cars and trucks
We sell horses
24 hour service
Jesus is the Only Way
A & R ROOFING; INC.
New roofs Roof repairs
Design / Build
Your plans or our plans
Bentley Rhoden -
"One call cleans all"
We clean: windows, gutter,
mini-blinds (wash n' wax),
pressure washing & much more.
Janitorial office cleaning
Heating* Air Electrical service
Licensed and Insured
Lic. #RA13067194 4/21
Open Saturdays & Sundays
7:00 am until dark
Public fishing, no license required
Channel catfish, $20/per 100
Air conditioners Heat pumps
24 hour, 7 day emergency service!
Call Vince Farnesi,
THE OFFICE MART
Oils, acrylics, watercolors,
canvases, drawing pads
& much more!
110 South Fifth Street
Build on your lot or ours
Your plans or ours
Model home in Copper Creek
HOME IMPROVEMENT AND
Custom remodeling, electrical,
plumbing, tile, custom cabinets
painting, drywall, pressure washing
I came, I sawed, I fixed it!
2" and 4" wells
Water & iron conditions installed
Call Roger or Roger Dale
Licensed & Insured
Family owned & operated
24 hour emergency service
Emergency water removal
Dehumidification Mold prevention
Hardwood floor dryihg
Complete site & underground
utility contractor, Land clearing
We sell dirt & slag
Hourly rate available on:
grader, dozer & trackhoe work
Dirt starting at $85/load
Mitch Canaday, Jr.
BUG OUT SERVICE
Residential and Commercial
Lawn and Shrub care
Damage repair guarantees
Free estimates Call today!
Roofing, Free estimates
ANGEL AQUA, INC.
Water softeners Iron filters
Sales Rentals Service
Total water softener supplies
~ Financing available ~
797 S. 6th Street, Macclenny
Fill dirt-~ Slag fishponds
Licensed & insured
K G TIRE SERVICE
24 HOUR ROAD SERVICE
For all your commercial tire needs
New, used & recap tires
Commercial & National accounts
Service truck in Macclenny
All types of pest control
Call Eston, Shannon, Bryan,
Bill or Philip
Beverly Monds Owner
We sell and install
DOUGHBOY above-ground pools
Service Renovations Cleaning
Repairs Chemicals Parts
698-E West Macclenny Ave.
(next to Raynor's Pharmacy)
Fall & winter hours
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
10:00 am-6:00 pm
Saturday ,10:00 am 2:00 pm
Clearing ~ Excavation
No job too big or too small
Houses Mobile homes Decks
Sidewalks Carports Sheds
Licensed References available
Call for free estimates
Locally owned & operated
Licensed & insured
Slab prep ~ Driveways.
Finish mowing Boxblade work
Serving Baker &
NHC, FHIA & NACHI Certified
Serving North Florida and
PEACOCK PAINTING, INC.
Fully insured Locally owned
25 years experience
Custom house plans
to your specifications
Qualified Good references
Water conditioning purification
New septic systems
Drain field repairs
We're your water experts
Celebrating our 29th year
Credit cards gladly accepted
Fully licensed & insured
Florida & Georgia
See our catalogs at
The Office Mart, 110 South 5th Street,
full time/part time Physical Therapist
and Occupational Therapist. Contact
Linda at 259-3111. 5/25tfc
Car fanatics wanted. Learn to earn
$2000-$5000 per month using your
own car as a demo. Get started today.
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday December 14, 2006 Page 13
Notice to Readers
All real estate advertising in this newspaper
is subject to the Fair Housing Act which
makes it illegal to advertise' any preference,
limitation or discrimination based on race,
color, religion, sex, handicap, familiar status
or national origin, or an intention, to make
any such preference, limitation or discrimi-
nation." Familial status includes children
under the age of 18 living with parents or
legal custodians, pregnant women and peo-
ple securing custody of children under 18.
This newspaper will not knowingly accept
any advertising for real estate which is in
violation of the law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available on an equal oppor-
tunity basis. To complain of discrimination,
call HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777. The
toll free telephone number for the impaired
4 acres with 3 mobile homes, low
$190,000s. Call Alma at 259-5968.
FSB0. 3 BR, 12 BA mobile home, sun
room, carport, garage, storage shed at
River Park East, south of Welaka with
deeded river access to St. Johns River
in River Park West Boat 'Club/Marina,
$58,000. 259-3457. 12/14c
Macclenny. 3 BR 2 BA 1776 SF on
cul-de-sac, approximately 3/4 acre,
new shingles and A/C, $190,000. Call
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 discount. 912-
FSBO. Copper Creek Hills. Unit Ill, lot
for $55,000. Call 259-3343 weekdays
between 9:00 am-5:00 pm. 10,2611c
FSBO..10 acres, several miles outside
of Glen, ',10 mile off Hwy 90, nice
property, prime location, restricted
to homes, horses allowed, $135,000.
Elegant entrance brick home. 4 BR,
2 BA, 2400 SF. heated, 13' ceilings.
great room, living room, dining room,.
breakfast area. kitchen w/white cabi-
nets, both bathrooms wjacuz:i, master
BA/walk-in shower, security, system,
surround sound in great room, large
sunroom next to a screened inground
pool. Brand new 13 seer, high effi-
ciency heat pump. Sprinkler system,
beautiful landscaping. 2 room detached
garage wi12' aluminum lean to and a
fenced area. All on 1 acre which has an
underground petsale invisible fence.
Wonderful neighborhood Great loca-
tion. Serious inquires only.. $380.000.
259-4602 or 259-6546 or 219-2842.
FSBO. 1250 SF 3 BR, 2 BA house,
completely remodeled, new inside &
out on 1+ beautiful acres. Great loca-
tion, $156,000 OBO. 334-4987.1
New construction. 1800+ SF, 4 BR,
2 BA, 9 ft. ceilings, crown molding
throughout, off grade foundation on 1
acre in N. Macclenny, $195,900. 904-
2 BR, 1V BA house on city lot, in city
limits with carport, laundry room and
detached garage/workshop, $125.000.
259-1794 or 219-8669 cell. 12/7-14p
FSBO. 3 acres .+/- with well and septic
tank in North Baker County, can set 2-
mobile homes on property, $58,000.
acre, rare to find in Glen St. Mary,
high & dry, close to high school & ten-
nis courts, mobile homes OK, $42,900.
1.28 acre lot with well & septic off
Woodlawn Rd., $40,000. Please call
75x125 lot in Glen St. Mary, $29,000.
Call 904-838-0035. 11/23tfc .
Beautiful 3 BR 2 BA Macclenny home,
Cypress Pointe. Large family room
and living room, backs up to pond and
preserve. No rear neighbors, 1875 SF,.
Ocala National Forest lots, $500
down, $199 month. Owner 352-624-
2215 or 352-236-4579 www.ocalafor-
FSBO. Copper Creek Hills, Unit Ill,
1 large lot, $60,000. Please call 259-
3343 weekdays between 9:00 am-5:00
Rent to Own. 3 BR, 2 BA house in
Sanderson, $750/month. 904-327-
3 BR, 1 BA house in the country, no
.pets. 275-2865 or 904-923-2191.
'.' ^ .. 12.14c -
Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/G, no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-
2 BR, 2 BA mobile home in the coun-
try. no pets, $600'month. $500 deposit.
275-2865 or 904-923-2191. 12,14c
New 3 BR mobile homes, no pets. gar-
bage, water & mowing provided. $600/
month. 912-843-8118. 5/4"c
2 BR, 1 BA duplex, S 7th St. directly
behind First Baptist Church, CH'A, W/D
hookup, ceramic tile in kitchen, bath-
room & dining room, $550/month plus
security deposit, Sr. discount 904-291-
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 weekdays between 9:00
am-5:00 pm. 8/31tfc
3 BR. 2 BA doublewide on 1 acre in
Glen, great location, $800/month, 1st,
Ist and $800 deposit 259-3805.
3 BR, 1 BA house on 1 acre, no smok-
ing, no pets, $450/month, $300 depos-
it. 275-3221.' 12/14c
2002 Fleetwood 16x76 singlewide,
.D/W, CH'A, 3 BR, 2 BA, huge walk
through closet, $35,000, insured value
is $45,000. 321-609-0480.
Monday & Thursday
Macclenny Church of Cris
2'5-361 For 259-825 ,
Now hiring all positions for Baldwin
and Macclenny. Competitive wages,
paid vacations, benefits.
Please call 259-9461 or (904) 537-6560
or apply in person.
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Other Servises Inilucde: SqunmfentNauding,
Culvert'Pipe InstafIaO&tm, Driveway Stabilzattion ani Motel
C usA foor qowAr rmet PTVoje*Adt
jump from front pageed N
(From e 1) and two large water mains run-
( Fr e ning feeding north and south.
Cedar Creek plan will once again Waste water treatment bases,
be considered, possibly sooner suggested the engineers, could
than the six-month moratorium be sited northwest of Glen near
followingrejection. the proposed Navona Creek
Adrian is said to be working development and southeast of
on ways to meet the county's Macclenny off CR 229 toward
policy of requiring new develop- theDuval County line
ment to address the job market The county has already ad-
by reserving space for industry optedconstructionguidelines for
or other means. utility plants, and the plan calls
Baker County could feasibly. for developers to pony up for
be looking at eight DRI propos- their construction and manage
als in the coming years. That, them as franchised private utili-
said Mr. Cone, means it needs ties with an eye on eventually
a vision tailored to mold growth running them over to the county.
into what people who are already Thex would then be run as public
here most desire, utilities.
Last week, many of the same Transportation: the county
officials attended a water quality board is due next week to con-
workshop featuring experts from sider proposals for a master
the University of Florida. It was transportion plan as required by
sponsored by the local extension the state. Both the conceptual
drffice and held at the ag center. plan proposed by Adar Develop-
Speakers at that also urged smart ment. which wants to develop
planning and adopting ,nnovat- Nax ona. and one b( the England
ing techniques to preserve water Tims and NMiller engineering
quality and assist drainage. group envision wide loops north
The briefing highlights Tues- and south of the county's main
day: o population vein ofl Macclenny,
Utilities: the officials report- Glen and Sanderson.
ed on last w week's presentation bN The idea is divert traffic away
King Engineering Associatesof from existing arteries, many of
Jacksonville to the counts corn- whichh are outdated in 2006. De-
mission. The overall plan calls elopers will bear the cost of the
for a central %wat&r source draw n outer belt as well I- a massive
from the St. Mas Shoals prop- public works project from both
ertv off Otis Yarbrough Road. the construction and land acqui-
e sition standpoint.
GC isdonates campaign funds
County Commissioner Mike Griffis presented Council on Aging Director Mary Bax-
la with a check for $728 at the agency's headquarters December 11. The money, left
over from Mr. Griffis' ec 1tu campaienp l ecI'r .ioti. 11 ill be used by the COA.to purchase
:'..,i,jbd ,./i a its seo', h,'i I tM,' d,, htvac .. .. ,.-.rding o ..1I. Ba.\ltl the COA did
not have extra funds in it budget for gifts this year. "This is a ctr.urcmtely thoughtful
thing for Mike to do and the COA is very grateful said Ms. Baxla.
PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
I am in need for auto tags beginning with prefix # 52 for the
years of 1938, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 50, 55, and 65.
FOR MUSEUM COLLECTION
Also want Baker County porcelain or metal auto tags dated 1911-
1917, paying $500 $1,000 each depending on condition.
Also want Florida tags dated 1918-43
PO Box 41381 St. Petersburg, FL 33743
Established company seeking candidates to join our team for
the following positions:
Contract Billing Accountant Applicants should have p'- i'i:,,
experience in Customer Invoicing and contract management. A/R experi-
ence helpful, Position requires excellent communication/organizational skills
and experience in Excel and Word. All candidates should have the ability to
multi-task, be detailed oriented and must be able to work effectively in a team
environment. Smoke-free workplace.
Shop Clerk Applicant should have intermediate of higher computer
skills, specifically Excel and Word and be flexible, Job will require loop training
in different areas, All applicants should have good math .: I ill:., be able to
multi-task, have good communication skills and be .1111. i with general office
procedures. This position will be in an industrial shop office environment.
Yard Supervisor Applicants should be able to multi-task and have good
Cli .-ini: ,1i,-', i skills, Duties will include directing daily operations, inspecting
equipment and overseeing cleaning of equipment for our rental form yard,
Previous construction experience a plus. Excellent benefit package after 90
days for all three positions. Fax resume to CMC 695-4844 or call 695-
48d3 for appointment.
Districts: a relatively new con-
cept that might custom-fit Baker
County. They are self-governing
entities in a defined geographic
area less than 1000 acres that
fund infrastructure via bonds re-
paid by homeowners. Mr. Pres-
ton described them as "private
DRI development orders:
Similar to the one sought by
Adrian for Cedar Creek on 3000
acres, Mr. Preston suggested as
many as nine of these large-scale
developments may be proposed
the next 50 years. They would
encompass virtually all the devel-
opable acreage in Baker County
that isn't wetlands or govern-
ment-owned like the Osceola
Growth strategy : the officials
stressed repeatedlN that Baker
County has to decide relativelN
soon what it will allow, how it's
going to be funded, maintained
and where it's going to be. By
fine-tuning the so-called devel-
opment orders. the county has
control over what kind of hous-
ing is built and what markets it
will attract. Smaller, non-sus-
taining projects that have been
the rule here the past 30 years
should be discouraged because
they contribute little or nothing
to the overall infrastructure.
James Knabb of Macclenny,
the sole large landow ner present
Tuesday argued the county is do-
ing little to jump-start desirable
residential expansion by placing
too heavy a burden on develop-
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Reg. by FL Commission for
ers. He and associate Mike Yar-
borough, believe the new rules
are hiking the price of homes far
past what the average buyer can
Both made similar arguments
in past county meetings, mostly
notably ,when the county com-
mission balked at waiving a con-
currency rule to allow piecemeal
development of several thousand
acres owned by the Knabb fam-
ily off CR 228 south.
Members' of the Local Plan-
ning Agency attending included
Jack Baker. Amy Rios, Pat Col-
lier, Robert Hathcox and Derek
Harvey. Mike Griffis and Julie
Combs represented the county
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
TIe Baker Cou:iry OIirici Scnool Brjar wai r,.ian
ie ,ilorwinng Pueln. Hrjrn orn Tuesday January
2 2007. in iho' Ba.'er County DOirincri S:,ul Board
Room located at 270 South Boulevard E., Mac-
clenny. Fir:da begnniriig at 6 30 pm
Approval oi New arid Revised School
The public is invited and encouraged to attend.
The documents will be available for preview at the
Baker County School Board Office located at 392
South Boulevard E., Macclenny, Florida beginning
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 02-2005-CA-0023
CNB NATIONAL BANK
GL.ENN SCOTT CREWS, etat,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
a. Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated November 30. 2006 anad niered in
Case No. 02-2005-CA-0023 of the Circuit
Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for
Baker County, Florida wherein CNB National
Bank, is the Plaintiff and Glenn Scott Crews;
the unknown spouse of Glenn Scon Crews n/
k/a Tia Crews Baer County Board ol Counr,
Comminssoners are ine Oeiiendanis I will sell
to tne nagrnesi 3ana besi Didder ior cash ait he
front door oI the B3aker County Courlhouse al
11:00 am on the 2nd day of.January, 2007,
the Ioliliong deimoea property as set forth
ir said Final JudgmentI
Lot 22, Block 1, Owen's Acres, ac-
cording to plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 2. Page 32, Public Re-
cords of Baker County. Florida
A/K/A 102 Jacqueline Circle,, Mac-
clenny, FL 32063.
Any person claiming an interesting the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of the
Lis Pendens must file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and seal of this
' Counr on Novnoerr 30 2006.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Jamie Crews
As Deputy Clerk
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622
HIGGINBOTHAM'S TOWING & RECOVERY
P.O. BOX 1120, US 90 WEST
GLEN ST. MARY, FL. 32040-1120
) Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (904) 259-6146
The following vehicle will be sold at pub-
lic auction December 29, 2006 at 10:00 am,
at Higginbotham's Towing & Recovery, US 90
West, Glen St. Mary, FL. 32040.
1990 Buick, 4 door
eOAS IS ? Warehouse Associates
STAFFING $8-50 9.00/ hr
Oasis Staffing is currently recruiting for Michaels Distribution
Center. We have several full time openings. Positions are available
for 1st and 3rd shifts at their main center on Beaver Street. Quali-
fied candidates will be able to lift 50 lbs., have a clean criminal
background, and be able to pass, a drug screen. If you want to
benefit in this great opportunity, please walk-in to apply Monday
Friday from 9:00 am 12:00 pm at 9200 W. Beaver Street.
Ask for Mary.
9889 S. Glen Ave. Hwy. 125, Glen St. Mary
Open Monday thru Saturday
9:00 am to 5:30 pm
and used items arriving daily
CDs & DVDs Curtains
Pictures Ladies Wear
Toys Men's Clothing
WE NOW CARRY NEW ATVS, DIRT BIKES & TRAILERS!!
Parts & Service available on all bikes we sell.
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday December 14, 2006 Page 14
Mr. and Mrs. Claus visitPreK Center December 7
Santa (Don Johnson of Taylor) and Mrs. Claus (Principal Sherrie Raulerson) greeted p,. uieti dd.ipping ofti cildrn at the Pi K
Kindergarten Center and strolled the campus visiting with classes on December 7. MI: Johnlioni pot r,,a's Santa in ma I \ vna "ue
including the Ritz Carlton Hotel at Amelia Island. This group ,fkidi,,d a, rei'a s 're iappi to h,laz their photo .,hipped it itlhe
famous duo from the North Pole. Front row from left: Pierhc Pa,.ke. (-iorca L .ws. a,\il AMlebhin. Ailv RicihatdJ.n. \ 1iau S1ugs
and Aiden Herb. On the back i' atiu ihtt,ini .Afh Claus is Conner Butcher. FW..:. B', KELIE, L .rnii:
LI AN AMERICAN REVOLUTION