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Title: The Baker County press
Uniform Title: Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Tate Powell
Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 2007
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Apr. 12, 1929.
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Paid circulation leader Winner of22 state and national awards forjournalism excellence in 2006


78th Year, Vol. 3 Thursday, May 17, 2007 Macdenny, Florida 50O


Bugaboo 'taoo' on 82


Windpushes wildfire to

the west over the weekend;

Forida acreage] OK-p-lus


BY JIM McGAULEY
Press Publisher
Stiff winds coupled with no rain relief
pushed the Bugaboo Scrub fire south and
west into neighboring Columbia County
last weekend, but not before it scorched
an estimated 82,000 acres of predomi-
nantly publicly-owned timberland inside
Baker County.
The fire that took its name from a
swamp inside the Okefenokee Refuge
struck by lightning two weekends ago
.eased up a bit in Baker Count), thanks
largely to the efforts of federal, state,
local and private teams that effectively
backburned against multiple "fingers"
that shot out ahead of the main blaze
May 8-11.
By late Friday, the mandatory evacua-
tion that affected an estimated 200 homes
in the Taylor and Moccasin Swamp sec-
tions of the.northeast county was called
off and people began returning. Luckily,
structural damage was limited to less
than a dozen unoccupied camper trail-
ers parked at a hunt camp near Taylor,
according to Adam Faircloth, who directs


It was a

(Built by James M. Burnsed in the the far
mid-1830s in northeast Baker Coun- after a
ty, the Burnsed Blockhouse has been
described as the best hand-hewn ex- George
ample of "frontier architecture" in the father,
state of Florida. It was placed on the house
National Register of Historic Places was w
in. 1971. Nearly lost to decay, the wasw
structure, composed mainly of heart "I C
pine lumber, is now undergoing pres- says IM
ervation at Heritage Park Village by my da
the City of Macclenny. James Burnsed
sold the house to James Hugh Brown which
and his wife Caroline Raulerson my gra
Brown. The following account is based "W6
on interviews with Irene Dugger and ished
her nieces Pauline Rhoden and Gayle
Brown, descendants of James Brown. was sc
This is part one of a two part series.) pleted
roof a
BY KELLEY LANNIGAN the ri
Press Staff the rid
Geo
Irene Dugger's earliest nie Jar
memories of life in the Burnsed children
Blockhouse, where she was young
born in 1929, revolve around In su
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the county's office of emergency services,.
The bulk of the burned acreage lies inside the
Okefenokee tract, the John Bethea state forest and
Osceola National Forest, where officials were resigned
to allowing the fire to advance into backburns and other
retardants.
Federal fire teams from 23 states other than Florida
and Georgia battled the Bugaboo fire, many of them
moving to the new front in Columbia County where hun-
dreds of homes were evacuated early this week. Along


This Hot Shot' team from New Mexico stages off Highway 2 Friday controlling a backburn.


good

nily began to wind down
hard day of farm work.
e Colquit Brown, Irene's
took over running the
after his father James
wounded in the Civil war.
lon't know if it's true,"
Is. Dugger, "but I heard
ddy George tell this story
he probably heard from
anddaddy James Brown.
hen James Burnsed fin-
building the house, he
o relieved to have it com-
that he climbed up to the
nd stood on his head on
gepole."
)rge and his wife Min-
ne Taylor Brown had ten
en and the next to the
est was daughter Irene.
nmer, members of the
family gathered on the
porch relaxing after the
ig meal as the sun set in
est. In winter, they gath-
round the fireplace, talk-
ughing, sometimes sing-
fore going to bed. At $3
lion, kerosene for lamps
expensive. Hence, the
retired early to conserve
e in the Burnsed Block-
was simple and good.
y parents were good
hearing people who raised
children right, says Ms.
er. "We didn't have a lot
erybody had just enough


local acres


Highway 2 in north Baker County, where the fire first
crossed on May' 8, Hot Shot teams from New Mexico
were augmented by helicopters laying down cover of
water from ponds and fire retardant to quell backburn-
ing boundaries.
Early this week, residents were given the green light
to return to about 40 residences in a remote section off
CR 250 known as Little Dixie, the last remaining Baker
County area threatened by the fire over the weekend.
For most of the county's population, the Bugaboo fire
will be remembered for the thick, brown-
ish pall that turned afternoon into nearly
night on May 9. Macclenny and Glen
St. Mary residents looked to the sky and
sheltered themselves indoors against the
acrid smoke that hung over the area bout
4:00.
Many feared the fire was threatening
the cities, but in reality the dark haze
resulted from a wind shift that brought
the smoke south and east.
The same effect hit Lake City to the
west. over the weekend, except it was
thicker and resulted in the closing of both
SI -10 and busy 1-75, along with US 441
S- an action that greatly disrupted one
of the nation's busiest traffic corridors.
Motorists and truckers were warned to
stay out of the area if possible, and the
roads though still affected by smoke
reopened early this week.
Also, all roads in the Osceola Forest in
both Baker and Columbia counties north
of I-10 remain closed to anything but
emergency traffic.


Above photos from left: a backburn blaze
consumes a section of the Osceola just
north of CR 250 west of Taylor last Friday;
(center) a member of the US Forest
Service team staging west of Baxter
stands atop a vehicle to track sparks
crossing Highway 2; (above) a forest road
cuts through young timber west of Taylor
destroyed earlier last week.


(See page 9)


life at Blockhouse...


for themselves. We always had
an abundance of food. It was a
wonderful life in that house.
"I vividly remember Grand-
pa James' shotgun hanging on
the wall," says Ms. Dugger.
He'd cut and strip the bark off
tree branches and attach them
to the wall over the big fire-


Place which nearly took up one
end of the house. That's where
he rested his shotgun, across
the crooks of the branches. In
later years, the fireplace was
partially closed in and made
smaller when wood stoves be-
came common, but I remember
my grandma Caroline cooking


in the fireplace."
Ms. Dugger describes the
house as hand hewn, plain with
no paint. There was no electric-
ity or running water. The tim-
bers, which still clearly bear
the marks of the planing tools
used to dress them, fit tightly
(See page 2)


PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN


'Mount

Pineview

report to

theDEP
By Andrew Bare
Press Staff
Developers of the former
Pineview Golf Course and the
Florida Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection appear
on their way to a resolution
regarding "Mount Pineview,"
the several stories-high pile of
dirt on the south border of the
course.
Ernie Frey, a consultant for
Golfview Properties, LLC, the
group developing the former
golf course as the 400-home
Barber's Plantation, said Mon-
day that Golfview had turned
over an independent assess-
ment of the dirt pile to the DEP.
According to Mr. Frey, the as-
sessment, which included a
number of different samples
from the pile, revealed a level
of between three and six mili-
grams of arsenic per kilogram
of dirt. The state-mandated
maximum for residential areas
is 2.1 miligrams per kilogram.
A spokeswoman for the
DEP confirmed the figures.
But while the dirt is inad-

(See page 2)


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(From page 1)
together. The comer joints are
dove-tailed.
The windows had no glass,
but featured hinged "push out"
wood shutters. Fire wood was
stacked outside against the house
under the window beside the
fireplace. When needed, a fam-
ily member simply pushed out
the shutter and brought in wood
through the window.
Here and there, holes, roughly
two inches in diameter appear in
the walls designed to allow a rifle
to be fired from inside the house
while the shooter benefited from
protection of the massive tim-
bers. In the upstairs loft, 3x8
inch open slits are found near
the floor under each window. A
shooter could lie flat behind the
wall timbers, glimpse an enemy
and have enough room to angle a
shotgun left or right to fire in the
desired direction.
Ms. Dugger remembers stick-
ing her feet into the gun slit and
pushing up on her toes because
she wasn't quite tall enough to
see over the window sill. She
could see several lanes that ran
in different directions from the
house through the surrounding
fields. One lane ran down to her
relative's house. Another ran to-
ward the turpentine farm where
her daddy did some work.
"Granddaddy James had a
clock that would chime every
hour on the hour. He wound it
once a month and you better not
touch it! Us kids knew better.
That clock, I'm proud to say is
still in the family."
Ms. Dugger's niece, Claudine
Brown Rhoden, who was raised
"down the lane" a short distance
fromthe blockhouse, remembers
the clock, too.
"Sometimes the grown-ups
made me sit still in front of the
clock and not speak for a whole
five minutes. For me the worst


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thing in the world was not being
able to speak or move. Oh, my
Lord, that was hard," she laughs.
"I thought I would die."
The family had a large garden
every summer. George Brown
raised Velvet beans to feed the
family's livestock during the
winter months. Many afternoons
were passed peeling huge tubs of
tomatoes for canning.
"Throughoutthesummer,moth-
er would can 400-500 quarts of
vegetables and fruit to take us
through the winter," says Ms.
Dugger. "I remember my mother
washing blueberries in a tub out-
side at the pump after the whole
family had been out picking."
The cows were penned at
night to concentrate their drop-
pings and fertilize the ground.
After a couple weeks the cows
would be moved and sweet po-
tatoes planted where they had
been penned. The potatoes were
always planted around the 4th of
July and by Thanksgiving were
ready to eat.
The blockhouse was con-
structed on triangle shaped tim-
bers that raised it about two feet
off the ground. Such a design
provided much needed air circu-
lation and helped prevent decay
of the foundation from moisture
and mold.
Ms. Dugger and baby sister
Pauline loved to crawl up under
the house to play and look for
"doodle bugs" which lived in the
sand. The children used a straw
and recited a rhyme to try to draw
the bugs out of their burrows.
During that time the kitchen was
a separate building attached by a
walkway to the main house. Pau-
line once got some matches and
while playing under the house
set fire to the underside of the
kitchen.
The kitchen had its own din-
ing area divided by a partition
wall that wasn't attached to the


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ceiling. A favorite family story
centers around the first time
Irene's brother Curtis Brown
came home from serving in the
army in San Antonio,'Texas inr
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The family was in the kitchen
cooking breakfast when someone
suddenly shouted "Lord, there's
Curtis!" Mrs. Brown got so ex-
cited she started hollering and
running and threw the dish towel
in the air. She never could find it
and always wondered what hap-
pened to it. Then one day some-
one looked up and there was the
dish towel where it had lodged
on top of the partition. The fam-
ily always laughed about that.
Ms. Dugger's father and broth-
ers built another kitchen onto the
house and added new porches
on the east and west sides. They
also added a hand pump and
a long washing trough to the
kitchen porch where the family
lined up to wash their hands. Ev-
eryone washed their feet in a tub
at night. Ms. Rhoden recalls the
presence of weaving looms built
into the walls of the back porch
which are no longer present.
"We think grandma Caroline
Brown probably used those but
they've been sawed off, prob-
ably long ago, she said."
The Brown daughters would
walk down to the St. Mary's Riv-
er, cross over to the sand bar and
gather buckets of sand and bring
them back to the house. Mrs.
Brown made lye soap, which
was applied to greasy spots on
the floor. The girls then poured
water over the floor, sprinkled
on the sand and scrubbed with
a board that had been drilled
to hold twisted knots of corn
shucks.
"Dad never wanted grass in
the yard on account of rattle-


snakes so we had a dirt yard,"
says Ms. Dugger. "We'd gath-
er gallberry limbs, strip them
down, tie them together' to make
a"brfoffi't6 see 'thei \ard: 'I"
leariied o sweep and make iti
look like ocean waves. I hated to
walk on it after that."
The Brown family raised cot-
ton and Ms. Dugger claims she
was actually jealous of her older
brothers and sisters going into
the field to work with her father.
When she was finally big enough,
the family made her a small cot-
ton gathering pouch from a five-
pound sugar sack.
"I thought I was really some-
thing," she remembers. "I soon
found out how hot it is picking
cotton."
Minnie Brown made all the
quilts for her family and used
the cotton grown in their fields
for the quilt's inner batting. Sit-
ting on the front porch, she and
her daughters carded the cotton
by hand to remove the seeds. Pil-
lows and mattresses were also
stuffed with goose down which
was gathered from the live
geese.
"Momma would place the old
goose on its back with its wings
under it. Then she'd hold its legs
with one hand and have its head
stuck under her arm. One of us
would have to hold the head so
it wouldn't bite her. She pluck
out the fine down and the goose
would be just 'a squawking. But
she never took all the down at
once and never hurt the bird.
"I still have some of those
feather pillows, notes Ms. Rho-
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equate for residential use, Mr.
Frey said (and the DEP again
confirmed) that Golfview. was
searching for other possibilities.
Their state-mandated' maximum
for commercial use dirt is 12
miligrams of arsenic per kilo-
gram of dirt; the Pineview pile
would thus fall well within ac-
ceptable limits.
"[Golfview Properties] is
looking to see if this could be
used on commercial properties,"
Mr. Frey said in a telephone in-
terview.
Golfview has a number of
options for disposing of the dirt.
Some was already sold to Wood-
lawn Cemetery, and Mr. Frey
confirmed Woodlawn could be
a destination for more of Mount
Pineview's contents.
The dirt could also be used in
the construction of roads into the
future Barber's Plantation. And
Mr. Frey would not rule out the
possibility of Golfview "mixing
and matching" Mount Pineview
with "cleaner" dirt in an effort to
lower the arsenic/dirt ratio.
Mount Pineview (so dubbed
by local residents) has been a
bone of contention between
Golfview and DEP for months.
The department first requested
all data on the mound in a let-
ter dated February 27. DEP
again asked for the information


on March 19. On April 23, still
without the information from
Golfview, DEP District Direc-
tor Gregory Strong sent a letter
to Rock Rhoden, a partner in
Golfview, again urging the group
to hand over their assessments.
Golfview finally acquiesced and
gave its findings over to DEP at
a meeting late last week.
The Pineview golf course
had been in operation for nearly
a half-century until local physi-
cian Gary Dopson sold it in July,
2005 for $4.2 million. Nearby
residents had grown concerned
when developers piled the dirt,
which they had scraped off the
old golf course, on the south end
of the 137-acre property. They
were worried about possible
contaminants in the dirt from
years of herbicide and fertilizer
applications being blown into
their homes.
Among the complainants
were residents of Copper Creek
to the north of the old course,
and Heritage Oaks, now under
construction immediately east
of the dirt mound.
DEP as of the present has not
set a deadline for removal of the
mound.
Mr. Frey is a former district
director of the state environ-
mental agency, and is now a pri-
vate consultant based in Jack-
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MY SIDE OF

THE MATTER
ROBERT GERARD
Another graduation down and
a happy bunch of grads get their
diplomas. As a teacher at BCHS
I am an aficionado of graduation
ceremonies. I've seen short ones,
I've seen long ones, I've dodged
lightning bolts and downpours of
biblical proportions.
This one gets mixed reviews.
Not because of the graduates;
they were great! I have nothing
but the highest compliments for
the Baker High graduating class
of 2007.
All year long, activities direc-
tor Melody Coggin and senior
sponsors Kelley Norman (my
wife) and Mark Hartley preached
respect for the solemnity and de-
corum of the event. After last
year's ceremony, where beach
balls flew and kids did entire
dance routines on stage when
their name was called, they were
anxious to give the event the se-
riousness it deserves.
Their efforts worked. The
kids were just fabulous. They did
their thing and got their diplomas
with nary a showing off or out.
That was kids. Now let's talk
about the adults.
Coggin and company tried to
get the same respect across to the
crowd with articles in the Press.
For the majority in attendance, it
worked as it had with the kids.
But not all. Oh no, not all.
; About 6.30 as : was helping
line up students and running er-
rands on the field, I looked up in
the stands and there was a guy
with his shirt off like he was at a
Texas Longhorns football game.
Finally, assistant principal John-
nie Jacobs noticed it and asked
him to put on his shirt. We were


all happy for that.
As the ceremony began, prin-
cipal David Crawford again re-
minded the crowd to turn off cell
phones and pagers and show the
grads some respect. He didn't
even make it to his seat before
people started blowing air horns.
It started in the away stands and
spread throughout the stadium.
Finally, the drone ended and
the ceremony began. A quintet
sang and Crawford and Senior
Class President Dylan Gerard
(my son) welcomed the audience
and the graduates.
Salutatorian Lauren Maynard
got up to deliver her speech. She
was maybe 40 seconds into her
two-minute address when some
jerk in the crowd screamed "WE
CAN'T HEAR YOU. TURN UP
THE MIC!"
That released the floodgates
and five or six fellow jerks did
the same thing, as if she could
do anything about the sound in
the stadium. Maynard, who went
through my college speech class,
is a fine speaker but not used to
using a microphone. She bravely
plunged on while idiots contin-
ued to yell from the stands.
It got so bad that the graduates
were turning around and shoot-
ing dirty looks to the crowd.
I was horrified for Lauren and
very proud of her at the same
time. She showed a lot of class.
In fact, a lot more class than the
people yelling at her. It took a lot
of bravery to finish her speech
and take her seat.
I don't know what kind of
people would try to humiliate an
18-year-old girl. They probably
didn't think that they were doing
anything wrong which is part
of the problem.
There was a problem with the
sound, no doubt about it. The
new sQund system is pointed
out over the heads of the audi-
ence instead of in the faces of the


crowd. It is positioned that way
to give a more natural sound. It
was plenty loud at practice. But
with 5000 people in the stands
acting like sponges and soak-
ing up the sound, it wasn't loud
enough.
Another problem was the
sound kept breaking up when
Jacobs was calling out the gradu-
ates' names. As someone who
works a lot with wireless micro-
phones, I think the problem was
interference. When you have
2000 cell phones on in the stands,
it stands to reason that one or
more would be close to the fre-
quency of the microphone.
It was also so loud in the
stands, with people talking and
laughing while the ceremony was
going on, blowing air horns and
talking into their walkie-talkie
phones, it would have been dif-
ficult to hear under the best of
conditions.
I think part of the behavior
stems from the location. When
you have a graduation in the
football stadium, people act like
they're at a sporting event. I'm
not sure that moving it indoors
to the UNF Arena or someplace
similar would help. Have you
been to a movie lately?
I've stopped going to movies
because it's so loud. People think
nothing of talking through mov-
ies like they're sitting in their
living rooms watching televi-
sion. We're living in a culture of
rudeness.
I was very proud of the grads.
They were wonderful throughout
this bittersweet event.
Now if we could just \\ork on .
that small percentage of the au-
dience who, as my mama would
say, "Act like they were raised in
a barn."
Maybe that's asking too
much.


Bloodhoundsjoining the Dalmation?

Last Tuesday afternoon I stopped by the Mac- 441 Interchange. Cause: lightning ...
clenny Fire Department. I walked in and tapped on Lightning and arson are the most likely catalysts
the door of Chief Dugger's office. The chief was of the many fires burning in the state. Before it's
sitting at a front table piled with Division of For- over, no doubt, there will be many touted as heros:
estry daily wildfire-reports and Florida Highway the local and regional firefighting teams, teams
Patrol postings on current road like the Hot Shots who traveled
closures. His monitor broadcast in from New Mexico to fight the
minute-by minute status updates TH E BA CK fire, volunteers who fed the fire-
on the fires and the teams work- fighters, the sheriff's deputies
ing to suppress them. PO R C H who traveled into threatened ar-
He looked weary, yet alert and PO lC'-H eas urging people to leave and of
welcomed me to sit a moment, course, the dogs.
"I wanted to hear about the sta- KELLEY LANNIGAN Dogs?
tus of the fires straight from vou" The Florida Times-Union has


I told him.
"This is such a serious situation," said the chief.
"I can't say enough about the performance of my
men. I am so proud of all of them."
The chief's attention was captured by a broad-
cast regarding the town of Baxter and he immedi-
ately began entering data into his computer.
I perused the DOF wildfire Teport and my eyes
riveted on the entry for the Bugaboo fire:
The Bugaboo Fire originated on Bugaboo Island
in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Buga-
boo is being managed under a unified command
with the US Forest Service Blue Incident Manage-
ment Team. Mandatory evacuations have taken
place in Deep Creek on both sides of Highway 441
from Interstate Highway 10 to the Florida State
Line. Residents of the Community of Taylor (evacu-
ated on May 8th) have been allowed to return to
their homes. Crawler tractors are plowing 5-7 miles
of firebreaks each day in an effort to envelop the
fire's entire 35-45 mile (Florida) perimeter. Nine
outbuildings have been destroyed and one outbuild-
ing damaged. Media briefings are being held at the
Day's Inn on Highway 441 south of 1-10 and Hwy


run several stories about the tireless and tenacious
bloodhounds like Roxy, Tucker and Sophie who
have been hot on the trail of arsonists suspected of
setting many of the fires in Southeast Georgia. As-
sembled by the Georgia Forestry Commission, the
dogs are part of the multi-agency Arson Investiga-
tion Task Force.
The dogs' scenting ability is so extraordinary
that even in an area destroyed by fire, they can pick
up the scent of someone who was present at the
scene up to a week after the incident. A footprint,
even seared under violently hot fire and gases, can
be identified by, the dogs and lead investigators
straight to the homes of suspected arsonists.
I knew that the bloodhound's scenting ability
was remarkable, but that the dog's olfactory equip-
ment is capable of such a feat is hard to imagine.
These events lend a whole new dimension to the
phrase "man's best friend."
I'm of the opinion that when all is said and done
with the fires, a bloodhound should join the tra-
ditional Dalmation as the firefighter's mascot. I'm
sure there is plenty of room for both around the
station.


Dear Editor:
I am a very upset, lifelong
resident of Baker County who is
fed up with the crime here, and
even more fed up with the lack
of caring and responsibility our
sheriff's department shows when
a crime is committed.
I was recently a victim of'a
home burglary. I was at work
when someone let themself (or
themselves) into my home and
r6b&edtnrid'inot onlyof 'material'
possessions, but a part of who I
am.
A witness saw a vehicle in my
yard, and it was identified along
with its owner who had no
business at my residence. It's a
shame the sheriff's department
felt no need to apprehend that
person until he had ample time
to get rid of the stolen property.
Nor did the officers search their
residence when the suspect was
picked up, even after a member
of the suspect's household told a
deputy he saw the suspect with
items that had been stolen.
It's time for a change in our at-


titude. As this community grows,
it will become increasingly hard-
er to keep up or try to control the
crime rate. As a young girl, I re-
member when we did not have to
lock our doors and we slept with
only screen doors closed to let
the fresh air in.
I accept the fact that those
days are gone now, but I do not
accept a rude attitude from a dis-
patcher, or a deputy and sezgeant
not calling me back when he says
he will.
It's time the criminals stop
running the county, and for up-
standing, taxpaying citizens to
not allow them to call the shots.
Don't stand by and let it happen
to you. If you are a crime victim,
don't let the county sheriff's de-
partment get away with not call-
ing you back.
It is our tax dollars that pay
their salaries. You have a right
to know what's going on when
a crime has been committed
against you.
Wanda Thorn
Glen St. Mary


Thanks to store owners
Dear Editor:
I am a volunteer fireman with Station 30 in Cuyler and am writing
this letter to express appreciation for all the valiant efforts our firefight-
ers put forth to keep our county safe. I saw first-hand how massive this
(Bugaboo Swamp) fire was, and the destruction it left behind.
Thanks also to Chris and Judy Blue, owners of the Taylor Store,
who made themselves available through all the chaos. Their parking
lot was filled and their telephone never stopped ringing with people
calling at all hours to find out about the fire.
The news media used the parking lot as a staging area for inter-
views, as did fire and law enforcement for public briefings.
Chris had left word that if any of the fire crews needed anything he
would open the store. One night with lights out and doors locked, he
remained in the store in case something was needed.
Thanks again from myself and members of the First Baptist Church
of Cuyler for the dedication and commitment to our community. God
bless you both.
Billy Worthington, Pastor
First Baptist of Cuyler


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CEB allows added clean-up time;


will consider procedure revisions

By Andrew Bare CEB first received a complaint vehicles case had been before
Press Staff in September of 1997. Mr. Bur- the board for a number of year
The Baker County Code ridge still owes $151.50 for that until recently, will be charge
e Bake ot oe violation. a total of $9584.07. That figure
Enforcement gave a loc fa- The vote to give the Burridg- includes more than $2,000 for
ily one month Monday to fin-
ily one month Monday to fin- es an additional month was 4-1, county-enforced clean up of MI
ish clean up of their it rDeerfield with member Danny Burger dis- Smiley's property west of Glen
Circle property after it received sending. St. Mary, and more than $7,50
complaints that the land was seating. St. Mary, and more than $7,500
complaints that the land was The CEB made a similar de- in total fines.
coveres and wither abandoned vehi- cision in another case later that Mr. Smiley was not at Mon
Kaesthleen Thrift came before evening as it voted unanimously day night's meeting, and he ha
the board that evening to ask to allow Freddie Nichols two not attended any meeting where
the bfor an extra month to correct the months to complete the clean his case has been discussed o
for an extra month to correct t up of his Deerwood Circle land. responded to any of the CEB'
violation, which was confirmed
by Code Enforcement Officer Mr. Thomas told the board that inquiries.
by Code Enforcement Officer initial complaints alleged Mr. And Mr. Brolin asked th
Phil Thomas on March 13. Ms. initial complaints alleged Mr. And Mr. Brolin asked th
Thrift is the daughter of Samuel Nichols had an RV parked ille- board to consider a more ag
Burridge, who owns the dprop- gally with abandoned cars and gressive approach to fine collec
erty but hasn't been seen by his various parts strewn about tions. At present, the board usu
erty but hasn't been seen by his According to Mr. Thomas, ally puts a lien on the property
family for months. Ms. Thri, Mr. Nichols and his daughter in violation. Mr. Brolin said tha
was representing her brother, removed the RV and moved the his other code enforcement cli
ing due to work commitments- cars behind a privacy fence in ents, Bradford County and the
"We've been trying to clean the backyard. But Mr. Nichols City of Starke, have begun plac
Wee bro een trying to clean Ttold the board he needed more ing liens on violators' persona
said.e prope h upae r d a l t time, as atmospheric conditions property, such as other lands and
said. We have removed a lot of
the stuff." on Deerwood Circle had hin- fully paid-off cars, as well.
Mr. Thomas confirmed that dered his breathing, impaired The board will consider tha
the family had made progress his ability to work and kept him and several other procedure
nthe pf family had made prrem s inside his home. He said he had suggestions from Mr. Brolin a
on the property; namely, remov-
ing the abandoned vehicles and only recently begun working its June meeting.
much of the debris. again, and would soon be in a Among them will be a mor
"The property was littered position to remove the remain- accurate accounting of the
with ebris, different articles of ing trash. county's cost of bringing case
nd vehicles," M r. Tmas "Most of the debris has been before the code board so they
junk and vehicles," Mr. Thomas ,, t, .,
said. "The owners had been no- removed," Mr. Thomas said. can be added to fines. These in
aid.I "The oners had been no- "They've done a good job with clude Mr. Thomas' time and tha
tified. I made a check [May 15), that." of other persons in the building
the vehicles have been removed.
But there are still numerous ar-. The board's attorney, John and zoning office, cost of trave
tiles and materials. There's still Brolin of Starke, presented the and inspection of defendants
e a tea Thre's CEB with a revised and up- property and cost of noticing
quite a bit of cleanup that needs j j r ii
to be dne." dated figure for the total fine them about board action.
to be paid by Robert Smiley.
The Burridge tract has come mto becbert le
before the board in the past; the Mr. Smiley, whose refuse andem ocrat


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Two men who were allegedly was walking inside a fenced area
walking on Blair St. Macclenny when he arrived. g a On Une
the afternoon of May 12 were Jared Prescott, 23, of Sand-
arrested for disorderly conduct erson was charged with a num- The Democratic Party execu
after they blocked the path of a ber of drug-related crimes after tive committee has reserved the
motorist, then broke out a win- Deputy Bill Starling stopped his evening of Saturday, June 2 fo:
dow of his vehicle during a con- Chevrolet pickup for swerving an appreciation dinner for all lo
frontation. t ... several times on Sixth St. cal election officials and support
Based on statements by the The officer said he detected a staff. It will be at the ag center
victim, who did not want to be strong odor of marijuana com- starting at 6:00, and the party
named, and by BJ. Cannon, a ing from the interior, and the hopes to make it an annual af
witness, Deputy Wayne Lim- driver consented to a search that fair.
baugh arrested Todd Sark, 24, yielded a small bag of marijuana, Officials of the county, City o:
of Jacksonville, and Randall smoking pipe and several Xanax Macclenny and Town of Glen St
Warner, 22, who lives near the pills in the ashtray. Inside a rear Mary are invited, as is the public
scene. tool box as a foot-high marijuana to this limited-seating event. The
In other reports, Jason Collett, plant. oldest registered voters boti
23, of Glen St. Mary was booked Mr. Prescott was booked for Democrat and Republican -
for disorderly intoxication after having the prescription drug and will be recognized.
he was found on the property pot plant, both felonies, and mis- Telephone Trilby Crews a
of Amanda Hauge on Parmalee demeanor possession of marijua- 259-6667 for more information
St. looking for a bicycle to ride. na and paraphernalia, and to purchase tickets.


The incident took place about
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Four motorists with multiple
license suspensions were taken
to county jail last week, includ-
ing one who backed his 1996
Dodge pickup into a fence on the
property of county Deputy Cur-
tis Ruise off Five Churches Road
north of Sanderson during the
early morning hours of May 12.
When Deputy William Hill-
iard arrived on the scene, his
off-duty colleague had driver
Gary Irwin, 44, of Sanderson
and passenger Sherrie Padgett,
29, of Jacksonville waiting and
handcuffed.
Deputy Ruise said he earlier
saw the pickup speed by his resi-
dence several times, and investi-
gated when it stopped near a rear
driveway with the engine turned
off. The officer soon learned the
vehicle had backed into a ditch
and knocked down two fence
posts, allowing several cows be-
longing to Deputy Ruise to get
loose.
Deputy Ruise said the cou-
ple exited the pickup partially
clothed, and reeked of alcohol.
Mr. Irwin said he was bringing
Ms. Padgett, who he had met the
previous evening at the Country
Club Lounge, to visit a friend.
His passenger denied that, say-
ing she didn't know anyone liv-
ing in the neighborhood.
Upon questioning by Deputy
Hilliard, Mr. Irwin denied being
in the vicinity to purchase drugs.
Five Churches is among sev-
eral neighborhoods off CR 229
known for drug activity.
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booked for criminal mischief baugh speeding away from the
causing the fence damage, and S&S store on South 6th. Mr.
Ms. Padgett for disorderly con- Luttman was charged with driv-
duct. ing on an expired license and
John Brown, 32, of St. George, reckless driving.
Ga. was stopped the previous
evening in an area of south Mac- June commodities
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 17, 2007 Page 5


Multiple felonies after gun theft;

attack during an attempted re-sale
Three suspects from Macclen- Henderson's earlier confession. county jail, a plastic bag w
ny were arrested May 8 for their Both were charged with armed the drug Xanax was found in
roles in the theft of a pistol from burglary, a first-degree felony, pants pocket.
a parked truck on South College grand theft of a firearm, a third- A criminal complaint for d
St., and the subsequent theft of degree felony. Mr. Henderson charging a firearm was filed 1
the pistol from,one of the youths was also charged with making a evening of May 8 against Jus
who stole it. false report and resisting an of- Sands, 20, of Sanderson. He v
Deputy Curtis Ruise said in ficer. accused by Summer Rhoden
his incident report that Charles Mr. Plummer was booked for Macclenny with firing a sinl
Henderson, 17, first said he was aggravated assault with a deadly shot into the rear of her 20
jumped by Joshua Plummer, also weapon, a third-degree felony, Ford as she drove from the pa
17, and Sherric Lee, -18, when he and resisting without violence. ing lot of the Kangaroo store
was attempting to buy marijuana In another incident, this one east Macclenny.
off Grissholm St., then changed about 1:00 am on May 11, Mark Mr. Sands and an acquaintar
his reason for bcin_ involved in Crews, 25, of Macclenny was were later interviewed by Der
a disturbance just after midnight charged with, resisting an officer ty Hardin and said they were
by saying he was attempting to and possession of prescription the Cuyler area at the time of
avoid getting shot. medication. shooting. A bullet hole was fou
Mr. Henderson again changed Deputy Patrick McGauley in the vehicle, and a Kangai
his story when he was taken to said he made contact with Mr. clerk said he heard no guns
jail, saying he and Mr. Lee stole Crews and Michael Davis, also around 10:35 when the incidc
a pistol from the truck the previ- 25 and from Macclenny, on East allegedly took place.
ous e \cnini and took it to Joshua Boulevard following a distur-
Plummer's residence on Griss- bance report at the residence of Lodge dinner
holm St. to sell it. the former's girlfriend.
He then took Deputy Ruise The officer said Mr. Crews All wives of deceased me
and Deputy John Hardin to the cursed at him and had to be ford- bers of the Dawkins Lodge #
residence of Brian Stone, who ibly removed from the rear seat F&AM are invited to the lod
confirmed that a .45 caliber pis- of a patrol car, then forced to the in Macclenny for a dinner
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The suspect said Mr. Plummer appeared intoxicated and reeked more details, call Robert Con
attacked him and struck him with of alcohol. at 259-2318.
the pistol during the negotiation, During a second search at


The cause of

US 90 wreck
A passenger in a vehicle on
US 90 in Macclenny near 7th
St. was arrested the evening of
May 10 for allegedly grabbing
the steering wheel and jerking it
right, causing the car to careen
into a mailbox and tree.
Arlie Combs, 45, of Mac-
clenny told Deputy Patrick Mc-
Gauley that driver Lora Addison,
39, of Raiford steered the vehicle
off the roadway during an argu-
ment. That story was contradict-
ed by both Ms. Addison and back
seat passenger Erik Addison.
The officer said that because
Mr. Combs was technically in
control of the car when it veered,
he was charged with both reck-
less driving and driving on a sus-
pended license. Damage to the
mailbox was placed at $50; to
the tree $500.
Two residents of Camp Tracey
near Taylor were brought back
after they vandalized air con-
ditioning equipment entering a
dormitory attic to make their get-
away. According to Oliver Scott,
an employee of the school and
camp for troubled youngsters,
the boys both 15 years old
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and a window.
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Arrest after

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wife May 12
A Sanderson man was arrested
.late on Main 12 following an al-
tercation with his wife, who told
police she was upset because she
suspects he has a girlfriend.
The husband, Benjamin Blue,
is 92 years old.
Deputy William Hilliard said
he arrested Mr. Blue after re-
sponding to a disturbance call
at the couple's residence off CR
229 for the second time that eve-
ning.
Callie Blue, 70, refused treat-
ment for a small scalp wound
she claims was inflicted when
Mr. Blue struck her with a phone
while attempting to take it away
from her. The officer earlier had
settled the couple down after
Mr. Blue called police because
his wife had been drinking. She
said the argument over a possible
girlfriend started earlier that eve-
ning. '
In other domestic-related inci-
dents, two husbands were arrest-
ed last week for violating earlier
court orders to keep them away
from wives because of past vio-
lence and threats.
William Johnson, 19, of Mac-
clenny surrendered without inci-
dent at his Blair St. residence the
evening of May 10 after his wife
Amanda, 22, saw him parked
across from her residence on
North Boulevard.
Deputy Darrin Whitaker said
he found Robert Force, 47, and
his 32-year-old wife Tracie
standing together in front of her
residence off CR 127 the eve-
ning of May 8. Police had been
tipped off on his whereabouts by
an anonymous call.,
Larry Holt, 19, of Glen St.
Mary was arrested about mid-
night on May 11 for allegedly
threatening Timothy Harris, 24,
of Callahan with a knife. Deputy
Mike Lagle was called to a resi-
dence on North Lowder in Mac-
clenny and arrived about the time
Mr. Holt was driving away.
The two allegedly had argued
over an ex-girlfriend. Mr. Holt
was booked for aggravated as-
sault.
A sworn complaint was filed
following an incident the after-
noon of May 13 during which
Charles Anderson, 41, allegedly
threatened George Griffis, 21, of
Jacksonville with a pistol. Mr.
Anderson accused Mr. Griffis of
taking a cell phone, according to
Deputy Tony Norman, who re-
sponded to the disturbance call
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Sentenced to 6 years


Charges dropped after completing drug school
Five local residents received their certificates from drug school at the county courthouse Friday, May 11. The five, who had all
been arrested on felony drug charges, tested drug free for up to a year and underwent counseling for their problems. Prosecutors
dropped charges against them after theyfinished school. From left to right, Judge Joey Williams, James Tolliver, Dean Phillips,
Tyler Flete, David Bieurs and Bubba Gainey. Missing is Chris Thomas, drug school coordinator.
BY ANDREW BARE


Weapons, drugs found
Three students were arrested High.
and a fourth was named in a The officer was summoned by
sworn complaint following in- Ms. Mann after the student was
cidents the past week at Baker found with a pocket knife.
High, Baker County Middle At the Alternative School for
School and the Alternative disruptive students, a 17-year-
School. old male student from Glen St.
Early in the afternoon of May Mary was charged the morning
8, a 16-year-old male student of May 11 with possession of a
from St. George, Ga. was taken marijuana cigarette stashed in
to county jail after Deputy Bill a cigarette package. Principal
Starling said assistant principal John Staples said he searched the
Denise Mann found a BB pis- youth and several friends after he
tol, a metal pipe fashioned as a detected a "strange smell" near
weapon, marijuana and a smok- the suspect and several friends as
ing pipe during a search of his they entered the building in west
vehicle on the grounlid of Baker Macclenny.


Jewelry, television taken
The sheriff's department has from a construction site off Saw-
several leads following a daytime tooth Rd. and police are expect-
burglary at the home of Wanda ed to question a suspect who had
Thorn on May 8 during which been working on the property for
jewelry boxes and a television a contractor. The theft occurred
were stolen. Value of the miss- April 30 and was reported May
ing items was placed at $1500, 8.
including a $1200 Mother's Day VA generator valued at $267
ring. as takcn from a shed outside the
'Ms. Thorn told police she residence of James Chad\%ick on
was away from the residence off Deerfield Circle in Macclenny
Claude Harvey Rd. from 6:00 on May 12. It appeared some-
am-8:45 pm that day, and there one also attempted to take an air
was no sign of forced entry, ac- compressor, and tracks from the
cording to Deputy Tony Nor- scene left to a nearby dirt road.
man. V/ Someone entered an un-
A neighbor described a small locked vehicle belonging to
pickup truck seen outside the
residence that day, and it plus -.-..,:. .-.<.-
the whereabouts of a key to the
house may lead to an arrest. Butch's Painl
In other recent theft reports:
V Rusty Canaday, 29, of Glen 5573 Ha-rl
St. Mary was charged with steal-
ing a .22 caliber rifle from a pick- YOUR ONE STOP
up belonging to Justin Sands off Y R O E
Orbey Rhoden Rd. the evening ALL MAJOR & A
of May 11. The victim's brother A. R
reportedly saw Mr. Canaday take
both the gun and prescription
medication from the vehicle, and "-
the rifle was later foundund er H.,
a bed used by the suspect at the '
residence of Mr. Sands. I I
V One of two men who went 'I. ... ,'
to the residence of Christopher I [
Keller off Blair St. in Macclenny : / I
on May 6 is suspected in the theft /
of $400 from an entertainment ",'
center. Thd men were there to ENTERPRISE S
look at a car.
VRichard Lauramore reported RENT-A-CAR
nearly $800 in lumber missing DROP-OFF


on student
Three days earlier, Principal
Staples called-campus deputy
Tracie Benton when a 14-year-
old female student from the
Sandersonr area became unruly
and refused to calm down after
a fight with a male student. She
was arrested for battery.
A 13-year-old male student at
the middle school was named in
a complaint for battery of a 14-
,year-old male who he allegedly
punched several times, causing
a nose injury. The accused alleg-
edly attacked his fellow student
the afternoon of May 7 while
collecting assignment papers.


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Michael Looby and parked on
Willis Hodges Rd. overnight on
May 13 and took a cellphone and
charger valued at $500.
V Jimmy Gray reported a
forced entry through a door into
his garage storage unit at Dixie
Mini-Storage in south Macclen-
.ny on. May.12. A satellite dish
and receiver were taken, and the
complainant noted a hole in the
block wall separating it from an
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A Macclenny man pled guilty
May 7 in circuit court to charges
of aggravated battery and sell-
ing cocaine within 1000 feet of
Keller Intermediate School.
Victor Tyrone Jackson, 21,
received six years in state prison
for crimes committed in 2004.
Mr. Jackson will receive time
served credit for the two and a
half years he has already spent
in jail.
Police alleged that Mr. Jack-
son was part of a large group
that attacked Joel Kendrick on
December 4 of that year when
Mr. Kendrick was returning
home from the Baker County
Christmas Parade. Mr. Kendrick
claimed that a group of men am-
bushed him and repeatedly beat
him on 3rd St. He later identified
Mr. Jackson in a police lineup.
That was only after Mr. Jack-
son had already been arrested
on the cocaine charge. On De-
cember 8 of that year, the Sher-
iff's Office was able to buy $20
worth of cocaine from Mr. Jack-
son on Minnesota Ave. As the
buy took place within 1000 feet
of Keller Intermediate School,
he was charged with a first de-
gree felony.
Frank Maloney, his court-
appointed attorney, had earlier
claimed his client was not guilty
by reason of insanity; specifi-
cally, Mr. Maloney said that Mr.
Jackson met the state's criteria
for mental retardation. Mr. Jack-
son had achieved only a ninth
grade education, and tests ad-
ministered suggested Mr. Jack-
son possessed a sub-80 IQ. Psy-
chologists who first examined
the defendant in 2005 and 2006
said he was incapable of assist-
ing in his own defense. In his
most recent examination, how-
ever, Mr. Jackson was deemed
capable of entering a plea.
In other sentencing that day,
Brett Alan Johnson of Macclen-
ny pled no contest to a charge.
of possession of a firearm by a
felon. Under the agreement, he
will serve three years in state
prison, with time served credit
for the 287 days he has already
spent in jail.
On August 5, 21 16. N Ir. John-
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ton, told police the defendant
threatened to shoot him with
a .22 caliber rifle. He accused
Mr. Johnsoh of using the rifle to
smash out a taillight and a rear
window on his truck. According
to police, Mr. Johnson admitted
to smashing up his roommate's
truck.
The defendant was originally
charged with aggravated assault
and criminal mischief in addi-
tion to the possession charge.


for drugs

Both of those, were dropped as
part of the plea agreement.
In other news, Adam Ward
was sentenced to six months in
the Baker County Jail for petit
theft and forgery. He was also
given six months for burglary
and criminal mischief, but the
sentences will run concurrently.
And Samuel Lindsey was
given six months in the Baker
jail for driving with a suspended
license.


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Reading Program) or YMCA summer camp. To register contact Cathy B. Golon, Director of Nutrition Services at
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Preserving old habitat at Shoals Park

Planning begins on development of600-acre complex with grant moneyfrom state


BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Press Staff
Mike Sweat, Baker County
extension director and manager
of the St. Mary's River Shoals
Park project, stands at the base
of a huge loblolly pine tree near
a bend in Cedar Creek known
as White Arm.
"You really don't see trees
like this anywhere else in Baker
County," he says. "I think this
one is probably several hun-
dred years old. This is just one
example of the fabulous natural
habitat of the area the park proj-
ect wants to protect."
The 1600-acre tract of land
adjacent to the proposed
Navona residential develop-
ment site on CR 125 north of
Glen St. Mary was purchased
through a grant from the Florida
Communities Trust, an organi-
zation dedicated to protecting
natural habitats from commer-
cial development. The county
hopes to soon purchase an addi-
tional 683 acre parcel to round
out the planned three phases of
the park.
The entire park complex
will be fenced and will close
at night. A manager will be
hired to live on the premises
and law enforcement will patrol
to ensure park regulations are
followed. A fee structure for
entrance and use of the park
facilities will be determined at
a future date. Annual permits
most likely will be available
for purchase and daily capacity
for visitation to the park will be
limited.
A $200,000 Florida
Recreation Development
Assistant Grant given to the
county in September of 2006
has taken care of preliminary
surveying and engineering and
is funding the current building
of fences, gates and the con-
struction of an entrance near
the corner of CR 125 and Otis
Yarborough Road.
Barbara Smith, Baker County
horticultural extension agent,
will be working with the project
on planning attractive landscap-
ing using native flora for the
park entrances.
Another $200,000 grant will
be sought later this year to
begin construction of a 40-acre
park for softball, basketball,
football and volleyball.
Yet another $508,000 grant
will be requested from the
Office of Greenways and Trails
to develop a system of sepa-
rate trails for hiking, horseback
riding, golf cart and approved
four wheel terrain vehicles.
According to Mr. Sweat, appli-
cations for other grants for park
development are in the works
and are an on-going process.
"There is $66 million avail-
able in funding from the Florida
Community Trust and 133
applications for it from all over
Florida," said Mr. Sweat. "We
are eligible for up to three of
those grants at any one time."
Other features of the St.
Mary's River Shoals Park will
be an environmental education
center, ample parking, picnic
pavilions along the river's white
sand shoals, a camping area
with primitive campsites and a
canoe launch.
The canoe launch will feature
a board walk and is planned for
a northern location on the river
to allow for a two-hour trip,
all within the confines of park
property.
According the Mr. Sweat, the
park is being overseen through
a management plan developed
by the county and approved by
the FCT which contains certain
covenants and restrictions.
Restoration and preservation
of the natural habitat is a pri-
mary goal. Used in the past by
the forest industry, fire breaks
have lead to erosion because
they disrupted the terrain's nat-
ural water flow patterns. The
goal is to re-establish courses of
those natural patterns as much
as possible.


Where natural water courses
cross sections of the trails, a
special slag fill will be used to
prevent erosion. Slag is porous
and allows water flow and a
stable under structure.
Existing trails made by for-
estry practices and previous
private owners will be utilized
as service roads and to a small


degree will be incorpo-
rated into the construc-
tion of the new recre-
ational park trails. -
The St. Mary's River .
Shoals park committee
has been in consulta-
tion with members from
other organizations
experienced in devel-
opment of recreational
park trails.
The plan is to estab- .:
lish several entrances to -
the different trail heads,
which will facilitate
entrance and egress for
the different activities.
"And there is so much
land here, that those
areas subject to flood
won't mean that the
entire park will have to
close in case water lev-
els rise in some areas,"
said Mr. Sweat.
The park will help
preserve unspoiled places like
White Arm and Dead Lake,
unusual natural water fea-
tures on Cedar Creek and the
St. Mary's River. A section of
Daughter Branch which flows
into Cedar Creek will also be
protected.
Wildlife will benefit too.
The natural habitat of gopher
tortoise, deer, wild turkey and
many other species of animal
and plants will be protected.
Hunting in the park will be pro-
hibited except for periodical
population control.
Maurice Postal, grants assis-
tant for the project, said the
acreage has been designated by


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course June 4-15 at a cost of ap-
proximately $107. This program
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The hours will be 6:00 pm-10:00
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The course will qualify an
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unarmed security officer. Appli-
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requirements for Florida security
employment, to include passing
a criminal history fingerprint
check. Students must be 18 years
of age and have a high school di-
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The course is designed to pre-


Tkes on trikes ride to raisefundsfor St.Jude Hospital
Students at the Special Blessings preschool center in Macclenny earned bucks for St. Jude's Children's Hospital during their annual Trike-a-thon. May 12. The kids ride
every year around a track specially designedfor their age which features highway props such as inflatable stop signs and a'simulated car wash. All children wear a helmet
for safety and try to ride singlefile to avoid any possibility of a traffic jam. Teachers stand at intervals around the track to monitor the mini-triker's progress.A favorite stop
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the teachers reported. The goal was $1,000 and with each child earning at least $25. Totals weren't yet available, but the center approximated $500 raisedfor St. Jude's.
PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN


Wildfire moves west in Columbia


(From page 1)
Mr. Faircloth of the emer-
gency office said the Bugaboo
fire marked the first time the
county activated its Code Red
telephone notification system
to advise residents in the evacu-
ation areas. The system was
implemented quickly last week,
and contacted over 370 phones
the evenings of May 10 and 11.
Officials did so as an added pre-
caution, knowing most of them
already were aware of the situ-
ation.
County fire chief Richard
Dolan said three tankers have
been leased out to the.US Forest
Service to assist in mop-up of


hot spots in Baker County this
week. All other county equip-
ment was returned to the eight
stations, and volunteers will be
activated if another fire breaks
out in the arid timberland.
Rainfall so far in 2007 has
been a paltry 9-plus inches, less
than half of what is considered
normal. Chief Dolan echoes
fears of other officials that
breezy conditions compound
the problem, and reminds Baker
County residents a burn ban
remains in effect.
During the height of the local
effort last week, Macclenny and
Jacksonville units covered for
the local stations while volun-
teers and equipment stationed


at the Taylor command center.
By Friday, 30 firefighters and
three chiefs from Jacksonville
manned local equipment to give
the others a break.
"I can't thank Macclenny and
Jacksonville enough for the help
they sent up there. The level of
cooperation was great and it
made a difficult situation a bit
easier," said Chief Dolan.
Officials expect spotty rekin-
dling of small fires over the wide
path of Bugaboo (see map page
6) until some relief comes in the
form of rain. Precipitation was
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Nursingdegree
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St. Mary are pleased to announce
the graduation of daughter Ka-
rissa on May 4, 2007 from the
University of North Florida.
Karissa earned a bachelor of
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4, 2007 from the University.of
Central Florida with a bache-
lor's degree in business man-
agement. The 2004 'graduate of
Baker County High School will
remain at UCF this fall pursuing
an MBA.
He is the son of Kent and
Mary Jacobs of Glen St. Mary.

'87 class reunion
Class of 1987, where are you?
Anyone interested in forming a
20 year class reunion commit-
tee, please call Richie Tharpe at
904-382-3753.


Congratulations
Kasey

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May Day atMacdenny Elementary
Dressed in a crown and rose necklace, Israel Alexander, a presenter at Macclenny El-
ementary's May Day celebration, reads a brief history of Spain as teacher Pam Rob-
inson observes. Third graders at Macclenny Elementary celebrated with a program
May 12 featuring the cultural highlights of different countries. The students construct-
edflags of their chosen countries and used them to decorate the school auditorium.
Performances featuring historical presentations, and dance were given as well. as
samplings of ethnic foods. Particularly delightful was the adaptation of the traditional
"Flaminco dance which students performedwithfinger cymbals instead ofcastanets.
PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN


B CMS teacher recognized
Wanda Sue Raulerson displays her Teacher of the Month award received from Fox
30 WAWS on May 14. Sixth grade student Brianna Knight of Bryceville nominated
Ms. Raulerson for the award after learning the.station sponsored the contest month-
ly. "Ms. Raulerson inspires us to work hard and stresses the importance of develop-
ing both heart and mind for good personal character," said Ms. Knight. Fox's me-
teorologist Mike Buresh visited Ms. Raulerson's sixth grade classroom, spoke with
students and treated them to lunch from Larry's Giants Subs. The segment will be
broadcast Friday, May 18 on the 10:00 pm news.
PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN


Dates set for special primary

and general election in June
Baker County voters should the general election set fo
be aware of a special primary 26..
and general election next month Baker County voters
to choose a replacement for state tered as of M ia) 7 can avoi
Sen. Nancy Argenziano, who is tion day hassles and early
resigning to take a seat on the the election supervisor's
Florida Public Service Commis- May 28-June 2. The office


sion.
Five candidates have qualified
in the June 5 primary election for
the District 3 seat; Three are Re-
publicans: Dennis Baxley, Dan
Curtis and Charles Dean. Suzan
Franks and Mark Ravenscraft
will face off for the Democrats.
The top finishers will run in


)r June

regis-
id elec-
vote at
office
e is lo-


cated at the west end of the coun-
ty's annex building (old Citizens
Bank) in downtown Macclenny.
Hours are from 9:00-5:00 on
the weekdays and Saturday.
Direct further questions to the
supervisor's office at 259-6339
or visit the website at www.bak-
erelections .com


Con gratulationis,


Ms. Smith

Honors graduate
Jeana Lee Royal Smith, a
2001 graduate of Baker County
High School recently graduated
summa cum laude from the Uni-
versity of North Florida with a
bachelor of science degree in
nursing.
Ms. Smith earned member-
ship into the Sigma Theta Tau
honor society and will start her
career in the transplant unit of St.
Luke's Medical Center.
She is married to Mark Smith
and is the daughter of Donald
Royal of Lakeland, Ga. and Jean
Crews of Jacksonville.

1976 class reunion
All graduates interested in
getting together to discuss de-
tails for our "belated 30 year
reunion", please meet at Pizza
Hut, Tuesday, May 22 @ 7:00
pm.
If you have addresses for any-
one that graduated from BCHS
in 1976, please email them to
wepnwilo2@comcast.net or
contact Cheryl Stoutamire at
207-0663 or 259-6211 ext. 1319
or Don Yonn at 259-3280.


Love,
Mom & Dad


cWe love you,
gom, Dad and family


Congratulations
Jordan Sommise


Love,
Dad Mom Robin. Stephanle, David & Micnael


Robbin Burnsed
Sli art' Iar lessc,'I to b! 'you, parents
and lwe are very proud of you.
I'e're watched you grow into a
beautlitul 'oun g lady. As you go
... ; through col/le e and the rest of your,
.,/c, rl'e mL' Jbcr...
,,Phil .4:13
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k. r 1 can do a ll things through Christ
.W- which strenlilleneth me."
Scep God tirst in all you do, and
s tck hint with all your heart.

S~N -lama & Daddy


Baker County

Health Department's.....


June 2


11:00 am 2:00 pm

At the Baker County Fair Grounds in Macclenny
5567 Lauremore Road


Fun, food, prizes and special guest
performances by a Jacksonville Jaguar
Professional Football Team Member and
six members of the Jacksonville Jaguar
Roar Gheerleading Squad. Prizes to the
top three players. Free entry for
everyone!! Go solo or not. Limit six

participants per talent group.


Highlights

* Asthma message in all talent skits

* Open to ages 11-17

* Autograph signing with Jaguar members

Contact Amber Lenfert to register.
Phone: 904-259-3152 ext. 2234
E-mail: amberlenfert@doh.state.fl.us


Baker County Health Department
480 \West Lo%'der Street
Mlacclenny. FL 32063
904) 259-6291
%i % m.bakercountlyhealth.org


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The Bullets are back! 1_ D

Join the Baker County YMCA swim team today!

Contact the Baker County YMCA at
904-259-0898
or come visit us at
98 Lowder St. in Macclenny.
Registration ends May 28th.

Olympic dreams start early.

See you at the pool!


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Mary Finley to celebrate
80th birthdayMay 27
An 80th birthday celebration
will be held Sunday, May 27
from 2:00-4:00 pm at Heritage
Park Village for Mrs. Mary M.
Finley.
Mrs. Finley served in the lo-
cal school system for more than
44 years. Mrs. Finley has been
an active member of the Mac-
clenny Woman's Club, Alpha
Delta Kappa Teachers Sorority
and served as sponsor for Beta
Sigma Phi.
Those attending the birth-
day celebration are asked not to
bring a gift, but instead a letter
or card expressing your feelings
relating to your relationship and
experiences with Mrs. Finley.

57th reunion
Descendants of Gordon Stew-
art and Eliza Lee Taylor will
hold their 57th annual reunion on
Saturday, June 2 at 11:00 am in
the Taylor Community Church
in north Baker County.
The family will gather in the
church auditorium to renew fam-
ily ties, and lunch follows imme-
diately on the church grounds.
Wear comfortable clothing
and bring a favorite food. All
family members are encouraged
to participate in this long-stand-
ing tradition. For more details,
contact Betty Taylor Sands at
259-3182.

Conservation is

meeting topic
The conservation department
of the Woman's Club of Mac-
clenny is sponsoring a program
called "Beauti for our environ-
ment one garden at a time"
for sixth graders at Baker County
Middle School.
Mary Finley, conservation
chairman, and Linda Green,
education chairman for the club,
recently attended an assembly at
the school. Ms. Finley and Prin-
cipal David Davis gave interest-
ing presentations on the need for
conserving the environment.
Each student, got a package of
seeds to plant, and 14 teachers
are assisting in the project.
More than 350 seed packets
were donated by the America
the Beautiful Fund and the local
club.
Church celebration
The annual 20th of May Cel-
ebration will be held at St. John's
Baptist Church in Sanderson
on Saturday, May 19 starting at
1:00 pm. The church is located
on Five Churches Road.
Bring a dish and your smile;
we will supply the lemonade.
For more details, call 275-2289.





Saturday

June 2
11:oo am 2:oo pm

Hosted by the
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0 of the
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Fish fry moves

to Ocean Pond
The annual fish fry for Baker
County senior citizens will be
held at Ocean Pond starting at
11:00 am on Thursday, May 24.
The event was originally
scheduled for the Dowling Cen-
ter across from Baker Correc-
tional, which is being used as a
command center for agencies
battling the Bugaboo Swamp
Fire that moved into Columbia
County over the weekend.
The fish fry is sponsored by
local elected officials.

BCCOA yard sale
The Baker County Council
on Aging's "neighborly senior
club" will be having a yard sale
the first week of June. If you
have items to donate, please call
Bo & Mary Walker at 259-3400.
We are accepting items now.
All proceeds will go to the
neighborly senior club for ac-
tivities and supplies.

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Oliver graduates

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commissioned
Dustan James Oliver received
a bachelor's degree from the Uni-
versity of North Dakota on May
12, one day after he was commis-
sioned a second lieutenant in the
US Army. Lt. Oliver, the son of
Jimmy and Nancy Oliver of Tay-
lor, graduated with high honors
from the school's commercial
aviation and rotorcraft school.
Lt. Oliver, a graduate of Baker
County High School, attended
UND on a ROTC scholarship
and the school is the only univer-
sity that offers a four-year degree
in helicopter flight training.
He will spend the summer
training cadets at Ft. Lewis,
Wash. and training at Ft. Ben-
ning, Ga. before reporting for
more training in the fall at Ft.
Rucker, Ala.


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Sitnruaries
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DerekDean, 62,

born in England
Derek Edward Dean, 62, of
Macclenny died May 11, 2007
at his home. He was born in
Donnington Leicester, England
on January A
17, 1945
to the late
Donald and
Clara Horn-
sey Dean.
He has been
a resident of ,-
Macclenny ~
since 1987.
He worked
as a cor- -*
reactions of- : '
ficer and Mr. Dean
served as a
sergeant for the State of Florida
Corrections Department. Mr.
Dean attended St. Peter's An-
glican Fellowship and enjoyed
golfing and fishing.
Survivors include his wife of
33 years, Bonnie Gay Dean of
Macclenny; children Margaret
Bishop (Donnie), Julie Johns
(Richard), Dawn Dean, Pen-
ny Dean, and Henry Simpson
(Debbie); sister Pam Stibbings
of Dunstable Beds, England;
and seven grandchildren.
The funeral service was held
Monday, May 14 at his church
with Pastor Mike Webb offi-
ciating. Interment followed at
Macedonia Cemetery, Macclen-
ny. In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Community
Hospice of Northeast Florida,
4266 Sunbeam Road, Jackson-
ville, FL 32257. Arrangements
were under the direction of V.
Todd Ferreira Funeral Services
of Macclenny.

Benefit concert
Room Enough will perform: a,
benefit concert 'f6tfgfihmmer mi-"'
sions at First Baptist Church of
Macclenny on Friday, May 18
beginning at 8:00 pm.
Donations will be accepted at
the door.



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

MACCLENNY
CHURCH OF CHRIST
573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am-11:00 am
S ,1 Worship Services
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Ms. Henderson,

veteran traveler
Mary Nell Henderson, 61,
of Macclenny died Wednesday
May 9, 2007 at her residence.
She was born July 30, 1945 in
West Palm
Beach to the,
late Clifford ,
Gus and
Ola Dryden
Phillips.
Mary Nell
made Mac-
clen ny n
her home :
20 years : p
ago, mov- :
ing from Ni: -
Ms. Henderson
Okeechobee. She was a home-
maker and her passions were be-
ing a mother and grandmother.
She enjoyed traveling all over
the world, serving at her church,
First Baptist of Macclenny, and
singing in the choir. She was
predeceased by her brother Jim-
my Phillips.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 42 years Cecil Rex
Henderson of Macclenny; chil-
dren William R. "Bill" Hender-
son (Ashley) of Montgomery,
Al. and Dianna Henderson Bush
(Jonathan) of 'Woodstock, Al.;
grandchildren Kelsey, Reed,
Gordon, Emily and Mary Beth;
and brother Jerry Phillips (Lin-
da) of Central, Fl.
The celebration service was
held Saturday, May 12 at her
church with Dr. Edsel Bone of-
ficiating. The interment service
was held Sunday, May 13 at
Andalusia Memorial Gardens,
Andalusia, Al. with Pastor Scott
Ferguson officiating. Arrange-
ments were under the direction
of V. Todd Ferreira Funeral SeT-
\ ices of MNacclenn).


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Monday & Thursday 8:00 pmn
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275-3617 or 259-8257


Lois FraserHolt

ofMiddleburg dies
Lois Fraser Holt, 85, of Mid-
dleburg died Friday, May 11,
2007 at Orange Park Medical
Center. Ms. Holt was born in
Baker County on May 16, 1921
to the late Lewis C. and Bessie
E. Rowe Fraser. She was a mem-
ber of the Middleburg Presbyte-
rian Church. Lois enjoyed play-
ing golf, working in the yard,
reading and spending time with
her grandchildren. She is pre-
deceased by her husband of 41
years, Colonel Thomas J. Holt;
her brother Charles Fraser and
her sister Rannie Taylor.
Survivors include children
Michael Holt (Carol) of Col-
lege Station, TX and Debra Holt
Suden (Steven) of Jacksonville,
NC; brother Carl Brantley Fra-
ser (Loretta) of Glen St. Mary;
sisters Sara Sizemore (Pete)
and Faye Fiser (Conny), both of
Macclenny, and Marion Rauler-
son (Virgil) of Lake City; nine
grandchildren and one great-
granddaughter.
The funeral service was held
Monday, May 14 at the chapel
of Ferreira Funeral Services
with Pastor Troy Lewis offi-
ciating. Interment followed at
Manntown Cemetery. Arrange-
ments were under the direction
of V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Ser-
vices.



First United'

Methodist

Church
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


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Sunday School 10:00 AM. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 PM.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 AM. Wed. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
North 6th Street Macclenny 259-3500


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Clayton Norris, 21,

potter and musician
Roy Clayton Norris, 21, of
Middleburg died at his home
May 10, 2007. Clayton was
born in Orange Park on No-
vember 13, 1985 and lived there
most of his life. He also lived in
Macclenny and Middleburg. His
talents were many as he was an
accomplished artist, potter and
musician. His fervor and dedica-
tion to the Lord helped him lead
many people to God.
Survivors include parents
Carrie and Mark Young of
Middleburg and Roy Norris
of Orange Park; brothers Ted
Saunders of Macclenny, Jesse
and John Norris of Middleburg,
Keightley Norris of Orange
Park, Adam and Joey Young of
Middleburg; grandparents Sam-
my and Elaine Johnson of Hill-
iard, Joanne Johnson of Jackson-
ville and Jim and Lois Norris of
Middleburg; aunts Trilby Hodge
of Clay Hill, Jessamy Ellsworth
of Jacksonville, Amander Lewis
and Brenda Baumgartner, both
of Hilliard, Linda Moody of
Skowhegan, MA; uncle James
Smith (GG) of Macclenny; two
nephews and one niece.
The funeral service was held
Tuesday, May 15 at Middleburg
United Methodist Church with
Pastor Anne Godbold officiat-
ing. Interment was at the church
cemetery.
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Sanderson
Congregational
Holiness Church
CR 127 N., Sanderson, FL
Sunday School 10:00 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pm
Pastor: Oral E. Lyons r


Betty HallSands

service on May 10
Betty Hall Sands, 74, of
Macclenny died Tuesday, May
8, 2007 at her residence fol-
lowing an extended illness. She
was born in
O'Brien, .
Fla. and
lived in
Jackson-
ville before
moving to
Macclenny -
38 years
ago. Ms.
Sands was
the daugh-
ter of the o a
late Albert
Alfred and Ms a
Annie Eliz-
abeth Lee Hall, and she was pre-
ceded in death by a son, William
Alfred Starling.
She worked as a cashier at
Winn Dixie in Macclenny for 27
years until her retirement. Ms.
Sands was a member of the First
Baptist Church of Macclenny
and served on numerous projects
held during the church year.
Survivors include her hus-
band Cecil Sands of Macclenny;
daughter Shirley Conger of Wa-
tertown, Tenn; son Jesse Reagan
of Pinson, Ala; sisters Myrtle
Sandlin (Roland) and Mary
Starling (Manuel), both of Bran-
ford, and Leona Spears of Lake
City; brother Jesse Hall of Live
Oak; grandchildren Art Starling,
Teleathia McGauley, Jason Con-
ger, Micah Reagan and Jonathan
Reagan and 12 great-grandchil-
dren.
The funeral service was con-
ducted Thursday, May 10 at her
church with Dr. Edsel M. Bone
officiating. Interment followed
in Oak Grove Cemetery. Guerry
Funeral Home of Macclenny
was in charge of arrangements.


Mr. St. John, 82,

served in WWII
Thomas "Tommy" C. St. John
Jr., 82, of Macclenny died May
11,2007. He was born June 24,
1924 in Perry to the late Thomas
C. and Alma Ruth George St.
John, Sr.
Tommy was
a United
States Army .j
Air Force
Veteran and '
served in ." "
WWII. He
retired from
Maxwell
House after
33 years as
a boiler op- '
erator. Mr St. John
Mr. St.
John lived in Baker County
most of his life and was a mem-
ber of Calvary Baptist Church.
He was a member and judge for
the American Rabbit Breeders
Association. He loved to fish,
hunt and cook. He was prede-
ceased by his wife of 50 years,
Lottie Faye Cobb St. John.
Survivors include his wife
of ten years, Earmer L. Carroll
St. John; children Claudia Johns
(David) of Macclenny, David
St. John (Lynn) of Jacksonville,
Linda Westenfelder (Dave) and
Sharon Hall (Grady), both of
Seminole, AL, Tonya Barton
and Daniel Shane Paige, both
of Macclenny and Angela Paige
of Jacksonville; brothers Her-
bert L. St. John (Barbara) of
Perry, Edward P. St. John and
Roy L. St. John (Yvonne), both
of Jacksonville, and R. Stanley
St. John (Judy) of Bluffton, SC;
13 grandchildren and 11 great-
grandchildren.
The funeral service was held
Tuesday, May 15 at Ferreira Fu-
neral Services Chapel with Pas-
tor Donnie E. Williams Sr. of-
ficiating. Interment followed at
Swift Creek Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, please make donations
in Mr. St. John's name to the
Kidney Foundation.



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Louise Thrift,

88, dies May 9
Louise Thrift, 88, of Mac-
clenny died Wednesday, May 9,
2007 at Memorial Medical Cen-
ter. She was born April 27, 1919
in Baker
County to ,
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maker and a
member of
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gregational
Method-
ist Church. Ms. Thrift
Ms. Thrift
enjoyed gardening, fishing,
singing in the church choir and
watching Paula Dean's cooking
program on television. She was
predeceased by her husband of
60 years, Harley Thrift.
Survivors include sons Dale
Thrift (Sharon) and Bobby
Thrift (Virginia), both of Mac-
clenny; sister June Giddens of
Glen St. Mary; grandchildren
Lori Gifford, Lisa Sigers, Brad
Thrift, and Jarrett Dyal; great-
grandchildren Matthew, Katee,
Terrell, Elizabeth, Dylan and
Taylor.
The celebration service
was held Saturday May 12 at
Mt. Zion New Congregational
Methodist Church with pas-
tors Tim Cheshire and Timmy
Thomas officiating. Interment
followed at Macedonia Cem-
etery, Macclenny. Arrangements
were under the direction of V.
Todd Ferreira Funeral Services
of Macclenny.


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Susan Waters, 46,

dies from a fall
Susan Elizabeth Waters, 46,
died Friday, May 11, 2007 fol-
lowing a tragic fall at her home.
Susan was bom August 13, 1960
in Jacksonville and attended lo-
cal schools before moving to
Macclenny several years ago.
Susan had a deep abiding faith
in God and found peace attend-
ing Kol Hamashiach Messianic
Congregation. She was preced-
ed in death by her father, James
Manin Waters.
Survivors include her mother
Elizabeth Thomas Waters, spe-
cial aunt Rebecca Thomas Spires
and step-mother Joan Geitgey
Waters; sisters Paula Jean Hayes
(Trent) and Pamela Rebecca
DeLay (Thomas J. Gerard Jr.)
whom she loved dearly and who
will greatly miss her. She adored
her nieces and nephews Ashley
Elizabeth and Lauren Michelle
Maynard, Jason Minton, Sarah
Rebecca and Rachel Elizabeth
DeLay; numerous aunts, uncles,
cousins and friends also survive.
The family expresses its appre-
ciation to Susan's neighbors for
their love and assistance.
The graveside service will be
held at 1:00 pm at New Hope
Primitive Baptist Cemetery in
Lacrosse on Thursday, May 17
with Rabbi Frank Bloomfield
officiating. Immediately follow-
ing the service there is a gather-
ing at 6073 Copper Drive, Mac-
clenny.
Arrangements are under the
direction of V. Todd Ferreira Fu-
neral Services.

Gospel karaoke night
The First Assembly of God,
comer of 5th St. and Stansell
St., invites everyone to a gospel
karaoke sing and fellowship nite
Saturday, June 2 at 7:00 pm.
We will feature all types of
gospel music. This will be time
to fellowship with the communi-
ty. Bring along your soundtracks
and karaoke CDs, and show your
talent. Refreshments and snacks
will be available.
If interested in singing or
need more information, please
contact Charlotte.Cook at 259-
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In Loving Memory
of
Charles H. Alexander
12/17/45-5/15/06
No farewell words were spoken
No time to say goodbye
You were gone before we knew
it, and only God knows why.

Our hearts still ache in sadness
And secret tears still flow
What it meant to lose you
No one will ever know.

But know we know you want us
To mourn for you no more
To remember all the happy
times,
Life still has much in store.

Since you'll never be forgotten
We pledge to you today
A hallowed place within our
hearts, is where you'll always
stay. Author Unknown
WE LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU,
MICHELLE & MELISSA ALEXANDER


In memory
of
Oreadis Varnes
10/11/28-5/22/06
One year has passed since our
Lord called you home. We love
and miss you deeply.
BARBARA, RITA, PATRICIA, BO, DENISE
AND GRANDCHILDREN
In memory
of
Richard W. Griffith
1916-1984
Dad-
23 years ago, God called you to
your new home in Heaven. We
miss you. We all hope to see you
one day. You will always be in
our hearts.
LOVE,
LOUISE, MARK, NYOKA, ANNIE,
LINDA, TOTIE, STEVE, CHRIS,
DERRICK, ARICA, WYATT, ALLIE & MADDIE


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Special thanks during loss
It has been nine months on Mother's Day since the Lord called
my precious son, Bobby Balkcom, to come home. It has taken me
this time to accept that you are not coming back to us, that you are
not on a trip and will return. Rather, you took a journey to Gloryland
for eternity, a trip we all hope to take one day. You were special. God
needed you for something wonderful and called you home. We will
not know that special calling until we meet in that glorious place. You
were called home sooner than most of us you were only 36 years
old. You were yourig when you left us but you lived and loved to the
fullest and everyone who knew you would agree. You never got to
fulfill your dream to become a police officer in Baker County, but I
know you are fulfilling it in Heaven.
I miss you every moment of everyday and I always will. There are
times when the pain is so deep in my soul I can hardly breathe. When
that happens, I call on our Heavenly Father and pray for Him to walk
me through the pain and He never fails me.
God bless everyone who cared enough to pray for our family dur-
ing the most painful time of our lives. I know I would not be where
I am today without those caring people. A special thanks to my hus-
band Bill, who was always there for me before I found the Lord and
can now care for myself. Also many other special people, my sister,
Rosemary Nelson of Jacksonville, Reginia Starling, Gail Kirkland,
Bess Dugger, Tony and Linda Henderson, Kathy Rhoden, Charlotte
Fraser, pastors Dave and Timmy Thomas and so many others. I could
go on forever. But most of all for everyone who knew Bobby and
respected who he was, what he stood for and who he would have
become.
Today, I made a pledge to you Bobby, to myself, our family and
most of all to our Heavenly Father, to try to be the person I used to
be. I want you to see the strong and independent do-it-yourself Mom
you have always known me to be. I love you, my son, and can't wait
to see you again.


Expresses thanks
We would like to express our
sincere appreciation to everyone
for their prayers, food, flowers
and other acts' of kindness dur-
ing our loss.
A special thank you to pastors
Tim Thomas and Tim Cheshire.
Also, a special thank you to the
ladies of Mt. Zion Church and
to Ferreira Funeral Services for
their compassionate handling of
the service.
THE FAMILY OF LOUISE THRIFT


THE LOVING FAMILY OF BOBBY BALKCOM.
MOM & DAD (JANET & BILL BOGGS),
BROTHER DAVID, SISTER KAREN, NIECE KRISTEN,
NEPHEWS JARRED & KAMERON CARTER

Thanks to fiends
On behalf of the Betty Hall
SSands family, we would like
to thank all the friends and the
First Baptist Church of Mac-
clenny for all the food and the
services during the time of our
loss of our wife, mother and
grandmother.
May God bless you.


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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 public
auction June 1, 2007 at 10:00 am, mt Higginbo-
tham's Towing & Recovery, US 90 Wesf, Glen St.'
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5/17
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 02-2007-DR-099
JEFFEREY LEE DAVIS, SR.
Petitioner/Father,.
And
Rhonda Gayle Schwenn
Respondent/Mother

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: RHONDA GAYLE SCHWENN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition to Deter-
mine Paternity and for Related Relief has been filed
against you and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it on George
Nelson, Attorney, whose address is 4191 San Juan
Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida 32210; 904-381-
0500, within thirty (30) days after the first publica-
tion of the notice and on or before the 24th day of
May, 2007, and to file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on George Nelson,
Attorney, or immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court on this
27 day of April, 2007.

Al Fraser
Clerk of Court
By: Sherri Dugger
Deputy Clerk
George Nelson
4191 San Juan Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32210

5/3-24
The St. Johns River Water Management Dis-
trict has received applications for Environmental
Resource Permits from:
Hagan Ace Hardware of Macclenny, LLC,
1022 Blanding Blvd., Orange Park, FL 32065,
application #40-003-111221-1. The project is
located in Baker County, Section 36, Township 2
South, Range 21 East. The ERP application is for
construction of a surface water management sys-
tem for an 8.89 acre commercial development
known as Hagan Ace Hardware of Macclenny.
MacGlen Builders, Inc., P.O. Box 356, Mac-
clenny, FL 32063, application #40-003-111222-1.
The project is located in Baker County, Sections 6
& 7, Township 3 South, Range 22 East. The ERP
application is for construction of a surface water
management system for an 11.35 acre resi-
dential development known as Glenfield Oaks,
Unit 2.
The files containing each of the above-listed
applications are available for inspection Monday
through Friday except for legal holidays, 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. at the St. Johns River Water Manage-
ment District Headquarters or the appropriate ser-
vice center. Written objections to the application
may be made, but should be filed with (received
by) the District Clerk, 4049 Reid St., Palatka, FL
32177-1429, no later than 14 days from the date
of publication. Written objections should iden-
tify the objector by name and address, and fully
describe the objection to the application. Filing a
written objection does not entitle you to a Chapter
120, Florida Statutes, Administrative Hearing. Only
those persons whose substantial interests are af-
fected by the application, and who file a petition
meeting the requirements of Sections 120.596
and 120.57, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 28-106,
Florida Administrative Code, may obtain an Admin-
istrative Hearing. All timely filed written objections
will be presented to the Board for consideration in
its deliberations or applications prior to the Board
taking action on the application.
Gloria Lewis, Director
Division of Permit Data Services
St. Johns River Water Management District
5/17


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 02-2007-CP-021
INR ESTATE OF hy,, ". "
MAg yHELEN POdTERF(ELPI, ., i) fr,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Mary Helen
Porterfield, deceased, whose date of death was
December 29, 2006, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Baker County, Florida, Probate Division, Case
No. 02-2007-CP-021, the address of which is 339
East Macclenny Avenue, Suite 113, Macclenny,
Florida 32063. The names and address of the'per-
sonal representative and the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
who have claims or demands against decedent's
estate including unmatured, contingent or un-
liquidated claims and who have been served a
copy of this notice, must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons, who have claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated claims, must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS' DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this notice
is May 10, 2007.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Robert G. Hicks, Esquire
Florida Bar No.: 398100
1330 W. Citizens Boulevard
Suite 402
Leesburg, Florida 34748
Telephone: 352-728-3700
Personal Representative:
Stephanie Porterfield
407 S. 6th Street
Macclenny, Florida 32063
5/10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 02-2007-DR-156
IN RE: The Marriage of
David J. Newell Jr., Husband
And Jane Youngblood Newell, Wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JANE YOUNGBLOOD NEWELL
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it on Frank E. Maloney,
Jr. P.A., Attorney, whose address is 445 East
Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063;
904-259-3155, within thirty (30) days after
the first publication of the notice and on or
before the 11th day of June, 2007, and to file
the original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A.,
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the
relieve demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court on this
3rd day of May, 2007.

T.A. "AL" Fraser
Clerk of Court
By: Sherri Dugger
Deputy Clerk
Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A.
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, Florida 32063
5/10-31
PUBLIC NOTICE
The quarterly meeting of the Baker County Local
Mitigation Strategy Committee will take place at
10:00 am on Wednesday, June 6, 2007, at the
Baker County Administration Building, 55 North
3rd Street, Macclenny, Florida. All interested per-
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Carlos Holton drops back to pass.

Cats play spring scrimmage;

offense shows runninV speed


Monday night was the first
chance for Wildcat fans to get a
look at next year's football team,
and if the Red and White game
was any indication there are a


wealth of quick,
fast running
backs out there.
Coach Bob-
b\ Johns and
his staff %\ere
stationed just
behind the of-
fensie and
defensive lines
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could ee a close
look at all the
pla ers tr. mn
out for stanirn
spots. They fer-
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performance on their clipboards.
Across the line, the defense
had blue mesh vests and helmet
covers and did its.best to stop the
runners. They didn't have much
success.
Most of the first team defend-
ers will also play on the first team
offense and they were doing a
pretty good job of opening holes
in the second team defense. The
off-tackle play was working no
matter which running back had
the ball. The Cat runners were
clawing out 10-15 yards at a
clip.
It was clear that the offense
was way ahead of the defense at
this stage of the game. In the past,
the defense has jelled quicker be-
cause it is less of a skill position.
Coach Johns has spent a lot of
time with his offense and with a
lot of holes to fill on the defen-
sive line, the offense is taking
charge.
Only Hank Farmer and Lu-


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cious "Pooh" Lee have a lot of
size, but Shantelle Lee demon-
strated some speed and durabili-
ty. At one point, Lee came around


the left end, showed a burst
of speed and
dashed 65 yards
ncelcd unopposed for a
score.
s \\ere due C ar 1 o s
inst counter- Holton looked
ibia Counts effective from
but the con- the quarterback
ed due to the position. Holton
oo Fire that was wearing a
ie area with yellow vest and
was not able to
Cats will .be touched. He
practice with is clearly the
Steam scrimL man '"r"h large
rial Stadium of the'da.
pm on Fn- H o 1 t o n
showed a lot of
speed when he
had to scramble,
but didn't really run on designed
plays. He ran but a few pass plays,
with varying success. When he
threw the ball naturally he was
very accurate, tossing a lovely
35-yard touchdown pass to Dar-
von Ruise who took it down for
the score over the back of the de-
fender. At other times, he tried to
aim the ball rather than throw it
and missed his mark. All in all,
Holton looked good and so long
as he can stay healthy, the team
has a strong leader.
In fact, when Holton was mis-
takenly tackled, Johns joked,
"If we lose Carlos, I lose a job."
Though he was joking, Holton's
health is certainly an issue. Coach
Johns did not want the weight
of the team to rest on freshman
Blair Hart's shoulders.
The Cats also fielded close
to 60 rising freshmen, most of
whom will make up the brunt of
the JV squad.


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755 South 5th Street
Macclenny Nursing and Rehab Center is planning to have a classic car
show once again for the enjoyment for our elders. We would like to in-
vite everyone with a classic car to join us to help make this a great day
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Pool cover, 25x38, non-solar, excellent
condition, $50 OBO. 259-9352 leave
name & message. 5/10-17p
White strapless wedding dress from
David's Bridal, w/pearls, veil, size 6/7,
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Cypress mulch, red mulch, pine bark,,
shavings & sawdust. Mill direct. Cheap-
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1966 restored Ford Falcon; 1500cc
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Brand new Sears water softener sys-
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m' appliances:90p day money back guaran-
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Oak gun cabinet, holds 6 long guns,
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4 months old, paid $400, asking $200
OBO. 259-9352 leave name & mes-
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Two 12" Sony Explode speakers, cus-
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904-298-4375. 5/17p
3X24 ft., 29 gauge, metal roofing; 2x6,
44 ft., load bearing, trusses. 334-6695.
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Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic,
$199. 904-398-5200. 11/2tfc
1996 black Honda Shadow, runs and
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or 962-4883. 5/17p
Bed, beautiful temp-pedic memory
foam mattress & boxsprings, new in
plastic, with warranty, retail $950, must
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Animal cages, chain link, one 10x20x6,
$250; one 4x6x4, $145; pressure wash-
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King pillowtop, new with warranty,
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2003 Jayco Quest pop-up camper,
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Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
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Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs,
very ornate, fluted legs, rare; half round
foyer console. All pieces are mahogany
wood. Southern Charm. 259-4140.
2/3tfc
Fresh cut coastal Bermuda hay, $6.50
square bale. Call 259-7862 after 5:00
pm. 5/17p
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
259-4140. 12/9tfc






Well Drilling Water Softeners & Purification
Septic Tanks Drain Fields Iron Filters

259-6934

WE'RE YOUR WATER EXPERTS
Licensed in Florida & Georgia
K Major credit cards accepted.


Solid wood cherry sleigh bed with mat- Found: Red Hound dog, older, Odis
tress & boxsprings, retail $950, sac- Yarborough Road. 904-318-4993.5/17
rifice for $395, can deliver. 904-858- O L E
9350. 11/2tfcYAS L
Artists! ils, acrylics, water colors, Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm, First Baptist Chi
canvases, drawing pads and much ARDII S South 6th Street, Macclenny. Furniture, lo
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth I clothes, much more. Benefits youth miss
Street, 259-3737. tfc TNotice to readers: A Car wash & vard sale.
Need something to pull your car en-Notice to readers:
Need something to pull your car h nwsaer often publishes classified Thursday. Friday & Saturday 8:30 am-5:00
gine? I've got almost a new one, $125. The newspaper often publishes classified Thursday. Friday & Saturday 8:30 am-5:0
5710913 5/17 advertising on subjects like work-at-home, 26438 CR 250, Taylor across from fire he
p weight loss products, health products. Lots of furniture, tools, many many things. I


UIdO own canoe, Guide i4/, 14 ft.,
2006 purchase of $500 from Dick's
Sporting Goods, polyethylene, one time
in water, great condition. Will accept
best offer. 912-843-8128. 5/17p
Daylilies are blooming at Sands Farm.
North 23A to Bob Kirkland Road, left 2
mile. 259-6891. 5/17-31p





1999 Firebird, V6, loaded, 109,000
miles, $6000 OBO. 904-219-3210.
5/17-24p
2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, V6, A/
C, power sunroof, power steering, win-
dows, seats & locks, 72k miles, $7300.
Call 259-0530 after 5:00 pm. 5/17p
1988 Cadillac Seville, runs great,
$800 OBO. 259-9149 or 783-9970 ask
for Rodney. 5/17p
1987 Chevrolet 350, 4x4, 38" swamper,
w/dog box, $3000 OBO. 259-3096.
5/17p





Used barber/salon chair w/hydraulic
lift that swivels. 904-629-5954. 5/17p




Gwen's Handyman Service. Repairs,
painting, carpentry, general mainte-
nance. Free estimates. 259-9128.5/10p
Concealed weapon class, Tuesday,
May 22, 6:00-8:00 PM, $45. Photog-
raphy available. Please pre-register at
Hole-in-the-Wall 259-6568. 5/10-17p
Pool cleaning & maintenance. Pool
service has limited openings for sum-
mer. Free estimates, references provid-
ed. 259-9352 leave name & message.
5/10-17p
Senior homeowners age 62 & older.
Need cash or payoff mortgage. Con-
sider a Reverse Mortgage. Call Roy at
904-302-6441 for full details.5/17-6/7p
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-7968.
4/22tfc
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in good
condition. Call Karin at Southern Charm
259-4140. 2/13tfc




APHA registered mare, seven years
old, good trail horse for intermediate
riders, tack available. 259-2268.
5/10-17p
Tiny pampered puppies. New selec-
tion! L&L Kennels. www.freewebs.
com/lbs24/lnl_kennels@hotmail.com.
904-610-2868. 5/17-6/28p
Dogs: all types from puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $50 boarding fees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc
Happy Jack mange medicine promotes
healing and hairgrowth to any mange or
barespot on dogs and horses, without
steroids. Glen Cash Store 259-2381
www.e-stitch.com. 4/26-5/17p




Lost: Small white dog mixed with Mal-
tese, answers to Brandy. She is over 13
years old & blind. Missing since Thurs-
day, May 10th from corner of M.L.King
& Minnesota Ave. 259-8882. 5/17p


While the newspaper uses reasonable dis-
cretion 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 com-
mitments based on statements and/or
promises; demand specifics in writing. You
can also call the Federal Trade Commission
at 1-877-FTC-HELP to find out how to spot
fraudulent solicitations. Remember: if it
sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
- The Baker County Press
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service needs
experienced full time lawn maintenance
worker with valid Florida drivers license.
259-7335. 3/23tfc
Seamstress needed. Drapery work
room needs experienced fabricator
for drapes and top treatments. Use of
McFay patterns a plus. Call 904-778-
0012, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am-4:00
pm. 5/10-17p
Maintenance. Building maintenance
position, excellent benefits! Experience
pays! Ihside/outside jobs. Day shift.
5 years experience. 5912 New Kings
Road, Jacksonville. 5/10-17p
Pier 6 Seafood now accepting appli-
cations for all positions servers,
cashiers, dishwashers and cooks. 259-
6123. 5/3-6/14c
2nd shift storeroom clerk. Must have
computer knowledge. Salary $13.08/
hour. We are an EEOC, drug free work-
place. We offer 401k, health' insurance,
paid holidays and vacation. Apply at
Gilman Building Products, CR 218,
Maxville, FL or fax resume to 904-289-
7736. 5/10-31c
Pest control/lawn technician needed,
opportunity to learn a trade with great
career potential for hard worker, $10/
hour to train. Medical, dental, retire-
ment, life, $26k plus. Must have a valid
Florida driver's license. 904-726-9332.
5/17p
TA Travelcenter now hiring Arby's
team members and management for TA
Travelcenter in Baldwin, 1024 US 301
S., Jacksonville, FL 32234 or call Tom
at 904-266-4281 ext. 18. 4/26tfc
Experienced hairstylist wanted. Apply
at Cuts N'Stuff in Glen St. Mary. 259-
6735. 4/26tfc
'Local home care agency seeking PRN,
RN, OT and a full-time PT. Please call
259-3111 for more information.4/19tfc
Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA)
needed. Northeast Florida State
Hospital (NEFSH), a Governor's Sterling
Award Recipient, in conjunction with
Baker County, is recruiting Certified
Nursing Assistants to staff a 20 bed,
forensic unit for individuals requiring
skilled care. These are county positions
with county benefits and salary will be
commensurate with experience. You
may apply in person at NEFSH, Human
Resources, Administration Building #1,
7487 S. SR 121, Macclenny, Florida
32063. Contact Jenelle Holt at 904-
259-6211 ext. 1157. 5/3-31c
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools, benefits after 90 days. 259-
5877. 12/30tfc
Sales and Marketing. Local company
looking for a bright, energetic individual
for outside sales; must have excellent
communication and computer skills;
well organized and self motivated.
Individual will also work in our office
with customer service. Submit resume
with references and salary require-
ments to: Director of Personnel, P.O.
Box 1, Macclenny, FL 32063. 5/17p
Part-time maintenance man, 20 hours
weekly, must know how to paint and
perform minor repairs. Call 259-6008
between 9:00 am-1:00 pm. 5/17p
Travelodge is now accepting applica-
tions for night auditor. Must be available
to work all week. Apply Monday-Friday
8:00 am-5:00 pm at 1651 S. 6th Street,
Macclenny. No phone calls. 5/17-24c


Woodlawn Kennels

Quality Professional Care

o GROOMING 259-4757 BOARDING


Private Spacious Indoor/Outdoor Runs

Complete Bath, De-flea & Groom ....... $20-$25
Bath, De-flea & Nails Clip............ $10-$15
Boarding (per actual day). ................... $5-$7


urch,
ts of
ions.

pm,
house.
Mov-


ing & yard sale.
Thursday. Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-3:00 pm. 7598 South Yellow
Pine Circle, off north end of Bob Burnsed Road in Glen. 2000 Honda
Accord XLS, V6; child's battery riding 4 wheel Kawasaki; floral
depression pitcher!glasses, wooden wash tub stand, Morris chair,
matching antique oak rockers, wood potty, oak chairs, wardrobe.
bolt bin, 1836, 1930, 1944 newspapers, old (wood butter mold, tin
spice box, match holders, tins, bottles, brass horn, crated water
bottle, scrub board, slaw cutter, rug beater, condiment set, classical
music, Cosco step stool, meat grinder, printer, trays, etc.) 50s stroll-
er, American prescut table service, crackle glass, oak buffet, ma-
hogany trim Victorian sofa, cherry pitier, older games, foreign post
cards, small appliances, 1912'27 bank pamphlets, records, desk.
end tables, round table, copier, air compressor, tools, two man saw,
clarinet, ceiling fan, light fixtures, Fenton vases, glassware & kitchen
items (some old), lamps, pictures, air conditioner, file cabinets.
costume jewelry, 1940/50s photographs, 1991192 Beckert baseball
monthly, much more. Preparing to move, new things all the time. If
rain, call 259-4279 to see il open.
Friday 8:00 am-noon. 901 Red Fox Way. Baby clothes, household.
Friday only, 7:00 am-1:00 pm. 6126 George Hodges Road. 904-
759-7355.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, 9306 Aspen Road off George Hodges
Road, follow signs. Multi-family.
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am-?, 362 Linda Street. Clothes, lots of
baby stuff, household items, washing machine, lots more.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?. Corner of 7th & Ivey Streets. All
household items must go, 27" TV, much more. 904-408-9498.
Saturday 10:00 am-4:00 pm, 4629 Birch Street, Macclenny. Home
Interiors summer blowout sale! Candles, prints, accessories.
Saturday 8:00 am-?. Ben Rowe Circle W. Women's & juniors clothes
6-12, boys clothes 12 months-4T, train table set.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 121 North to 23D, tan house,,after cu.r.ve.,,
Chicken & country decorations, teen boys jeans, tee shirts,.dress
shirts, shorts, work boots, hunting boots, books, videos, toys, swiv-
el rocker, baby stuff walker, infant car seat, stroller car seat, play
saucer, swings, rugs, curtains, Christmas tree, ornaments, snowman
collection, quilt sets. Low prices.
Saturday & Sunday 7:00 am-7:00 pm. 515 Eloise Street. Moving
sale.


Two dump truck drivers needed with
asphalt experience, $13 per hour. 904-
334-8739. 5/17-6/7p
Part-time receptionist needed,
Monday-Thursday 8:30 am-5:00 pm,
temporary position. Must have experi-
ence answering multi-line phone sys-
tem, dealing with the public and using
MS Word, Excel, etc. Qualified appli-
cants can apply at Macclenny Nursing
& Rehab, 755 S. 5th Street, Macclenny.
No phone calls please. 5/17c
REH Contracting, Inc. is in need of
experienced Class A & B drivers and
heavy equipment operators. References
required. Call 904-509-0342.5/17-24p
Clerical support staff. Full-time clerical
position at the community mental health
clinic. A high school diploma and medi-
cal records experience required. Fax
resume to 904-259-5187. 5/17c
Drivers: Car haulers needed, bonus for
experience. Training provided. Excellent
benefits, quality home time, CDL-A 2
years wrs, OTR. 800-889-8139.
5/17-24p


ALCOHOLICS
ANONYMOUS
Monday & Thursday 8:00 pm
Macdenny Church of Christ
275-3617 or 259-8257


Looking for a new career? Welding and
heating/air conditioning program may
be for you! Classes begin August 20,
Monday-Thursday 5:00-11:00 pm and
Wednesday-Thursday 5:00-9:45 pm.
Financial aid may be available. Contact
Lake City Community College at 386-
754-4324 for assistance. 5/3-6/28c





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free telephone number for the impaired is
1-800-927-9275.
Open house, May 19, 20 and 26, 27.
515 Eloise Street, Macclenny, 4 BR, 2
BA house, $182,500. 904-229-7666 or
904-238-3833. 5/17-24p
10 acres off Dinkins Church Road in
Sanderson, covered with pines, $95,000.
904-275-3015 or 904-237-6490.
5/17-24p
3 BR, 2 BA brick home w/1721 SF heat-
ed on 1/2 acre in Macclenny, all electric
appliances, $227,100. Call 813-1580
(8WE). 5/10tfc
1 acre lot +/-, 4630 North Forty Circle,
$49,500. 904-262-6752. 5/3-24p
8.39 acres w/well & septic, 1 mile north
of Sanderson on CR 229, $96,500.
Owner financing available. 904-813-
1580. 5/17tfc
1 acre cleared lot in Glen, close to high
school and tennis courts. Mobile homes
OK, $49,900. 904-219-0480 or 904-
525-8630. 5/3tfc
Build your dream home on one of 14
lots available in the city of Macclenny.
City water, sewer and garbage service.
Zoned RS-1, homes only. Great neigh-
borhood off of SR 228, $79,900-/lot.
Call 616-9432 or 318-5206. 5/17-24p
2000 SF brick & vinyl home, built in
1994 on 1.6 acres in Glen. Large kitch-
en, brick fireplace in living room, 500+
SF unfinished 2 car garage, many out
buildings including double RV shed,
greenhouse & workshop. Hobby room
or office adjacent to master BR, can be
used as a 3rd BR, 200' paved driveway
to paved CR 125 N. Must sell $199,000.
904-219-0480 or 904-525-8630.5/3tfc
Copper Creek Hills, like new, beautiful,
all brick, 3 BR, 2.5 BA, many upgrades,
screen porch overlooks natural area,
2229 SF, $290,000. Barbara Mora
Realtor, The Prudential Network Realty,
Independently owned & operated. 260-
4300 or 945-6719. 5/17p
FSBO. Copper Creek Hills, Unit III, 2
large lot $65,000 each, 1 lot @ $55,000.
Please telephone 904-813-1580.
1/25tfc
Vacation home on river in Baker County
at deadend of Webb Haven Road, 3+
acres, big screened breakfast nook over-
looking the river, new kitchen, 1 BR, 1
BA, $199,000. 759-5734. 5/17tfc
Your plans or mine! 1.28 acre lot with
existing well, septic and electric at 8797
Dupree Road, $60,000. 813-3091.3/ltfc
Rent to own or purchase. 1997 double-
wide on 2.5 acres near Cuyler, 3 BR, 2
BA with fireplace, 2 sheds, pond, $950/
month plus deposit. $120k to purchase.
904-477-8995. 5/17p
3 BR, 2 BA brick home w/1675 SF heat-
ed on 1/2 acre in Macclenny, all electric
appliances, $219,300. Please call 813-
1580 (2WE). 5/10tfc
FSBO. 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on
acre, front & back porch, metal barn,
$85,000. 259-9776 or 904-302-1219.
5/17-24p.
New home under const-iction. Will be
ready approximately end of May. Buy
now pick your colors. 1431 SF liv-
ing; 1980 total SF, $189,000. 904-653-
1136. 4/19tfc
Five acres, high & dry, with mobile
home, $89,000. 653-1656. 5/17c
FSBO. 3 BR, 2 BA on acre in Glenfield
Oaks Subdivision, $212,000. 813-3091.
5/3tfc
1-3 acres, high & dry, fish pond, homes
or mobile homes, set-up included,
owner financing or cash discount. 912-
843-8118. 2/22tfc


Five unit mobile home park on 3.24
acres in Glen. GPI $2600/month,
$159,000. 904-219-0480. 5/lOtfc
Two story brick antebellum home, 1.9
acres, 2900 SF, 3 BR, 2 full baths, two V2
baths, large Florida room leads to above
ground pool with upper & lower decks,
$359,000. 904-259-1545. 5/17-24c
4 BR, 2 BA brick home w/1876 SF
heated on 1/2 acre in Macclenny, all
electric appliances, $249,000. 813-1580
(18GFO). 5/1 Otfc
3 lots for sale. 1.02 acres; 1.02 acres;
1.45 acres, on Steel Bridge Road near
public boat ramp, $8000 $12,000. Call
904-813-3091. 5/1 Otfc
3 BR, 2 BA vinyl siding/brick front
w/1090 SF heated in Macclenny, all elec-
tric appliances, $155,600. Please call
813-1580 (6TL). 5/10tfc
9.39 acres w/well & septic, 1 mile of
Sanderson on CR 229. $96,500. Owner
financing available. 904-813-1580.
5/3tfc
3 city lots, $75,000 for all. 545-6087 or
545-8316. 5/10tfc
3 BR, 2 BA brick home w/1576 SF heat-
ed on 1/2 acre in Macclenny, all electric
appliances, $214,200. Please call 813-
1580. (21GFO). 5/10tfc
New 3 BR, 2 BA brick home on .5 acre
in Macclenny, all electric appliances,
$2700 security deposit, $1800/month.
Please call 259-3343 weekdays between
9:00 am-5:00 PM. 5/17tfc
3 BR, 2 BA brick home in nice neighbor-
hood, beautiful house with large fenced
backyard. No pets or smoking. $1100/
month plus deposit and last month. Call
859-3026. 5/10tfc
2 BR on city lot, CH/A, $425/month.
259-3671. 5/17p
3 BR, 1 BA home on .5 acrein Macclenny.
All electric appliances, $850 security
deposit, $850/month. Please call 259-
3343 weekdays between 9:00 am-5:00
pm. 3/22tfc

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1 BR apartment, $450/month, $350
deposit. Call after 6:00 PM 259-3096.
5/17p





WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATES
NEEDED!
We are seeking experienced ware-
house associates to work at Michaels
Distribution Center. All shifts
available. Must have prior experience,
in warehouse environment, be able
to lift 50+ Ibs, possess a HSD or
GED, and have the desire andability
to meet production needs at their
main distribution center. Excellent
opportunity for these temp-to-hire
positions with Michaels. Must be
able to pass a criminal background
check and drug screen. Pay rate
is $8.50-$9.00/hr. and positions
are all located on westside of Jax.
Interested candidates may walk-
in to apply in person at Michaels
Distribution, 9200 W Beaver Street.
Ask for Michelle.


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SATURDAY, MAY 26, 2007 10:00 AM
* Selling Divided into 2 Tracts or As A Whole
* 60 +/- Acres Alicia Bermuda Pasture
* 40 +/- Acres Hardwoods & Pine Timber
* 1,700 Sq. Ft. Steel Shelter w/Apartment Including Full
Kitchen, 1 Bd, 2 Ba & Room to Add Loft Bedrooms
* 1,400 +/- Sq. Ft. of Hog Creek Frontage
* Small Catfish Pond; Great Deer & Turkey Hunting


INSPECTION: OPEN HOUSE: Tuesday, May 15th from 2 to 6 pm & Saturday, May 19th
from 10 am to 2 pm. SALE SITE: On Site.
DIRECTIONS: From Waycross, Take US Hwy 1 North 10 Miles, Go Left to Bickley Hwy
7 Miles, Go Right on Lucy Moore Rd 5 Miles, Go Lelt on Bear Trail 1/2 Mile to Property
on Right.
10% Buyer's Premium
FREE Brochure! 229-242-5412 or 800-334-9724
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3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, carpet &
vinyl flooring, living room, kitchen, din-
ing room on .50 acre lot in Sanderson.
All electric appliances, $1600 secu-
rity deposit, $800/month. Please call
between the hours of 9:00 am-5:00 pm,
weekdays 259-3343. 2/22tfc
3 BR, 2 BA trailer, 14x70, corner of Hwy
90 & CR 125 in Glen. 259-2035 leave
message. 5/17p
Room for rent. Christian man renting
room, no smoking, drugs or pets, $125/
week plus deposit, includes electric.
904-477-8995. 5/17p
Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C, no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-860-
4604. 3/17tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, no pets, gar-
bage pickup, sewer, water & lawn main-
tenance provided, $600/month, $600
deposit. 912-843-8118. 2/15tfc
2 BR, 2 BA mobile home in good neigh-
borhood, very clean, beautiful large
lot, $750/month plus deposit and last
month's rent. Call 859-3026. 5/10tfc
Beautiful 3 BR, 2 BA 2-story brick home
with many features, convenient to 1-10
in Sanderson, $1200/month. 545-6087
or 545-8316. 5/10tfc
2 BR, 2 BA mobile home, CH/A, no pets,
$600/month, $500 deposit. 275-2865 or
923-2191 cell. 5/17c
Beautiful 3 BR, 2 BA Macclenny home,
large family room & dining room,
screened porch off family room, backs
up to large pond with beautiful view,
$1200/month. 813-505-0030.5/17-24p





On the Suwannee River, 2 BR, 2 BA,
fully furnished, A/C, sleeps 6, private
dock, weekend or week. 259-4813.
5/10-6/14p
2 BR, 2 BA ground floor condo, St.
Augustine, poolside, incredible ocean
view, $1000/week. 505-0083, www.
johnsbeachcondo.com. 5/3-31p
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Commercial building, 65 W. Mclver St.
259-9590. 5/17-24p
Professional office space for lease,
1200 SF Available June 1. $1300/month.
607-5027. 4/12tfc


A E,, LAKE CITY

FOUNDATION SPECIALIST
Paraprofessional work assisting the Executive
Director of the LCCC Foundation with
accounting, fund raising, marketing, public
relations, and for all office management
functions. High school diploma or equivalent
with five years office management and/or
accounting experience. Special consideration
given to applicants with an associate degree
or certificate in related area. Valid FL driver's
license. Salary: $23,827.00 plus benefits
Deadline for applications: May 31, 2007
SENIOR OFFICE ASSISTANT
(Olustee Campus)
Clerical work dealing with the organization
and registration of classes for Correctional
Officer training at the Criminal Justice
Training Center in Olustee. High school
diploma or its equivalent and two years of
secretarial or clerical office experience. Special
consideration given to applicants with an
associate degree or certificate in related area.
Skill in using Excel spreadsheets and MS
Word.
Salary: $19,602.00 annually, plus
benefits
Deadline for applications: May 31, 2007
College application required. Position details
and application available on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resource Development
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Southern
Association ofColleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education &
Employment


A MUST SEE! MLS#353752 Beautiful newer
hm (2005) on .31 acres. Inside is immaculate.
4BR/2BA, over 2000 sq ft: Move in ready!
$238,987
HUNTER'S PARADISE! MLS#353074 Nice
3BR/2BA dblewide on 5 acres. Split bdrm
arrangement; master suite w/garden tub. Fully
equipped kit 12 X 9 detached shed $135,000
3-CITY LOTS MLS#353112 Well maintained
brick hm on 3 city lots, 2,700 sq ft, 4BR/2BA,
pecan trees, detached gar & wood firs, $394,000
ALL BRICK MLS#350781 3BR/1BA on Irg city
lot, newer roof, fresh paint inside, central heat/
ac, fncd back yard & workshop, $160,000
VACANT LAND- MLS#329000 40 acres of land
for development South of Sanderson. A great
investment property, $600,000
WELL MAINTAINED MLS#344923 Open floor
plan 3BR/2BA in nice area of MacClenny approx
1.5 acres w/over 1800 sq ft in good location,
$249,999
IMMACULATE 2005 MLS#333101 3BR/2BA
home on .31 acres, open fir plan, big back yard,
scrnd porch, & privacy fncd, $215,000
BAKER COUNTY- MLS#312559 5 acres private
and partially cleared. Ready for your home.
$85,000
BRICK-MACCLENNY- MLS#346143 Brick
4BR/2BA on .27 acre w/privacy fence, 3 yr roof,
storage building, & Irg backyard. Immaculate!
$159,900
ROOM TO ROAM! MLS#354214 On this 4.8
acres, 2500 sq ft cedar hm w/in-law suite. A
Must See! $339,900
ACREAGE MLS#341513 3.5 acres located just
35 miles fm Jacksonville, mobile home allowed,
$49,900


1973 doublewide 3 BR, 1 BA, must be
moved, $5000 OBO. 904-759-7355.
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condition, $12,000 OBO. 904-571-
8610. 5/3-24p


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New home.on Jonatl t with vinyl siding. 3 BR, 2 BA,
master suite with trayl U 2 lavatories, tub and shower.
Central heat and air. Oiemaret Ior T ,0
4 BR, 2 BA 1440 SF doublewide on one city lot. Fresh paint and new carpet.
Nice wood deck. Fenced yard. Located near US 90 and I-10 in Glen St. Mary
$109,000
Reduced- 'Tn high and dry acres zoned for horses. Located 3 miles west of
Glen St. Mary off of US 90. Good road frontage. Modular, manufactured and
conventional homes welcome Reduced to $100,000
Nice older MH completely renovated & new additions. 3 BR, 1/2 BA, FP,
screen & open porch, abv ground pool, privacy fence. Large storage build-
ings. .88 acre corner lot. Reasonably priced at $89,900 Owner will consider
financing with 20% down.
Fixer upper for 1 2 1296 SF 3 BR, 2 BA MH on
2.73 acres. Shed with ~Ang area. Near Ocean Pond in
Olustee. Needs a little worT. 7ou
New Listing Pool & large workshop (large enough for 3 cars, boats, etc.)'
with second floor loft that can be used as a teenager's retreat. Brick 3 BR, 2.5
BA, fireplace, screened porch, garage & 2 carports. Nice wooded 2 acre lot on
Bob Burnsed Rd. near Odis Yarborough Rd. Reasonably priced at $265,000.
2 BR, 1 BA approximately 1064 SF brick home with 1 car garage. Located
in Marietta. Priced to sell at $124,900.
New. vinyl siding homear garage and porch. Master
suite with walk-in c ga lavatories, tub and shower.
Central heat and air: .I 900
New Listing 4.88 acres joining Baker County's St. Mary's Shoals park
on two sides. 4 year old.3 BR, 2 BA brick home, 1938 SF with fireplace, two
porches and two car garage. Very nice home in good area on paved CR 125
north of Glen. Horses are allowed. Must see. $359,900


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NEEDS LOTS OF TLC- MLS#356879 3BR/1BA, 1269 sq
ft, House being sold "as is, a great investment property
ready for you to use your skills! $110,000
MOVE TO WEST JACKSONVILLE MLS#330275
Move into this 3BR/2BA, 2046 sq ft, fncd yrd 11/3
acre, paneled 2 V car gar, Irg lemon & otherfruit trees.
$269,900
ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD MLS#364691
3BR/2BA, 1521 sq ft, updates include: roof, a/c, water
heater& Jacuzzi. $167,900
COZY HOME MLS#363976 3BR/2BA, 1438 sq ft,
heated fam rm/den w/frplc could be 41" BR, new kit cab
& Berber carpet, scrnd back porch w/fncd yrd. $159,999
COMMERCIAL FOR SALE MLS#351956.15 acres, 870
sq ft, located in the heart of downtown Callahan. It's a
Great investment opportunity. $115,000


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OWNER FINANCING- investment opportunity! Restaurant building
and land across street from courthouse. The building is currently rented to
a barbecue restaurant. This is a prime location (300 East Macclenny Avenue
(US Hwy 90). Near hospital, doctor offices, city/county offices and down-
town business district. Plenty of parking on .6 acre with 129 front feet on US
Hwy 90 and approximately 205' on Third St. Sale includes building, land
and equipment listed on original rental agreement.
Acreage 2.57 acres in good location on Southern States Nursery Road.
Zoned for homes or mobile homes. Several nice homes inthe area. land is
partially cleared and has well, septic tank and electric hookups. Owner's
are presently living in a SW MH on the property but this MH can be moved
off after new home is built or a new MH is installed. Must see to appreciate.
$92,500.
New Listing Near high & elementary school in Glen. 1400 + SF manu-
factured home on 100x130 lot. 2000 model 4 BR/2 BA with central heat and
air. Nice starter home in convenient location. $120,000
Newly Listed Estate 36.54 acres with /4 mile frontage on river. Estate
sized home is 3200 SF heated & cooled. 4 BR, 2/ BA, fireplace, formal
dining room, breakfast nook, game room, office and many other amenities.
Two story good quality brick construction. Screened porch, patio/cook area,
screened hot tub. 55x60 concrete barn and 30x60 hay barn. Fenced and
cross fenced. Home is at the top of hill with panoramic views. The nicest
property in Baker County Shown to qualified buyers by appointment only
This estate can be yours for $1.5 million.
Horse/Cattle Ranch 87,95 acres of beautiful pasture. Fenced and cross
fenced. Panoramic view. Build your dream home on this exceptionally nice
acreage. Shown to qualified buyers by appointment only Own this ranch
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FAMILY DELIGHT MLS#337913 3.9 acres in the
country, 3 mast suites, 3065 sq ft, handicap ready,
Corian ctrtops & located in prestigious Chandler Oaks.
$429,000
OAK HILL REMODELED HOME MLS#356071
Upgrades includes bathrooms, kitchen and more! Has
400 sq ft addition not included in square footage.
$164,900
"MOVE WEST YOUNG MAN!" MLS# 367846 Come hm
to this 3BR/2BA Fleetwood DW on .98 acres. Enjoy Irg
canal in back w/ bass! Nice area for $129,500
YOUR KEY IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS! MLS# 368995
Enjoy Mother Nature in this Vacant Land of 2.11 acres
w/200 road frontage. Seller owns % pond. $42,000


ANOTHER BEAUTY! MLS#359232 Full brick
3BR/2BA new construction, split plan, Irg fam
rm, Irg mstr ba that sits on 1.1 acre. Great area!
$291,800
GORGEOUS ALL BRICK -MLS#359585 4BR/
3BA, huge kit & formal dng rm, 300 sq ft hm
that backs up to a Preserve, $295,000
A GREAT GET-A-WAY MLS#358159 Need
a haven for you and your family? This is it!
A second home or your primary. Must see
appreciate, $175,000
COUNTRY LIVING MLS#329232 four acres in
Bryceville w/dbl wide hm, concrete block work
shop, Home sold As-Is! $165,500
MACCLENNYJEWEL MLS#354909 3BR/2BA
mbl hm built in 1994, second mbl hm currently
has renters & pays $125 per wk, built in 1990,
fncd yrd, $145,000
COMMERCIAL FOR SALE MLS#360641 13-14
acre parcel has railroad access, Irg parcel cleared
and ready to build, existing 2400 sq ft metal bldg
w/2 bays & more! $3,200,000
BEAUTIFUL LAND- MLS#362238 28.54 acres
partially cleared in Macclenny- rural county but
close to town. $599,340
MUST SEE! MLS#362439 immaculate
4BR/2BA, garden tub, dng/Ivg room, frplc & new
wall-to-wall carpet. $225,900
INVESTMENT MLS#360088, $75,000;
MLS#360062, $50,000; MLS#360031, $50,000;
MLS#360050, $50,000 4 mobile homes on
V/ acre lots in Sanderson, may be purchased
according to MLS or as a whole, currently rented
@ $2,150 monthly.
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hm w/almost 1 acre Baldwin. Enjoy Irg shed w/
elec & garden tub to relax in after work. $109,000


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ROTCfrom BCHS presents the colors before speeches began. At right, Brittany Alford rests underneath the goalpost in the west
endzone prior to the processional of graduates to their seats. Below, Valedictorian Thomas Elledge (left) and Bryan Murphy sing
an inspiring tune at the beginning of graduation. Elledge donned a sombrero while ending his speech with this quote, "At com-
mencement you wear your square-shaped mortarboards. My hope is that from time to
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Delinquent Property Taxes




NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 1st day of June, 2007 at

the hour of eight-thirty A.M. at the Baker County Administration

Building, 55 North 3rd Street, in Baker County, City of

Macclenny, State of Florida, Tax Sale Certificates will be sold

on the following described land to pay the amount due for the

2006 taxes herein set opposite the same, together with all

advertising costs of sale.


Delinquent 2006 Property Tax Supplement


Published May 17, 24 and 31, 2007




Instructions on Identifying Property


Property Parcel Number (PPN)

Example: (PPN) 01-1S-22-1001-0102-0010

01-Represents the Section where the property is located.

1S-Represents the Township where the property is located.

22-Represents the Range where the property is located.

1001-Represents the Subdivision where the property is located.

0102-Represents the Block where the property is located.

0010-Represents the Lot where the property is located.


See current tax roll for complete legal description.


PPN 01-1N-19-0000-0000-0030
DODD FRANKLIN

PPN 07-1N-19-MINR-0000-0014
CONLEY JUDY

PPN 15-1N-19-000-0000-0010
JACOBS JOHN KENT

PPN 16-1N-19-0000-0000-0010
DEAN LARRY (TRUSTEE) &

PPN 28-1N-19-0000-0000-0010
DODD FRANKLIN

PPN 27-2N-19-0000-0000-0050
DODD FRANKLIN & PATRICIA

PPN 16-3S-19-0105-0000-0100
LARUE EDWARD & EVA F

PPN 20-3S-19-0106-0000-0110
BERGEN ELIZABETH L & MATTHEW C

PPN 21-3S-19-0000-0000-0020 HX 9
RHUE JAMES G & RUTH E RATLIFF

PPN 21-3S-19-0000-0000-0034 10
TURK KENUKRUT & DENISE R

PPN 21-3S-19-0000-0000-0037 11 .
TURK KENUKRUT & DENISE R

PPN 21-3S-19-0000-000-0061 HX 12
WASHINGTON CYNTHIA LORETTA

PPN 21-3S-19-0000-0000-0080 13.
WILUAMS JAMMAL

PPN 21-3S-19-0000-0000-0100 14
ROLUNS TOMMY

PPN 21-3S-19-0000-00D0-0121 15
MAXWELL MIETRICE

PPN 21-3S-19-0000-0000-0124 16
BRANCH ROBERT LEE JR

PPN 22-3S-19-0000-0000-0021 17
TISDALE RALPH LYNWOOD

PPN 22-3S-19-0000-0000-0033 18
HAYNES ANNIE

PPN 22-3S-19-0000-0000-0041 19
DUKES PEGGY ANN

PPN 22-3S-19-0000-0000-0042 20
DUKES PEGGY & ROBERT AUSTIN

PPN 22-3S-19-0000-0000-0043 HX 21
0^0-0000 *

*p02-S-19-0000-0000-0050 22
DUKES PEGGY A

PPN 27-3S-19-0000-0000-0022 HX 23
ROLLINS TOMMY LEE & ET AL

PPN 27-3S-19-0000-0000-0023 24
ROLLINS TOMMY L

PPN 27-3S-19-0000-0000-0040 25
TISDALE RALPH & ET AL
INSTALLMENT"

PPN 28-3S-19-0000-0000-0270 26
SMITH HIAM

PPN 28-3S-19-0000-0000-0321 HX 27
BROOMFIELD ERNESTINE


PPN 28-3S-19-0000-0000-0322 28
BROOMFIELD JUNIOR & ERNESTINE

PPN 28-3S-19-0000-0000-0490 HX 29
SMITH MARY EMMA

PPN 28-3S-19-0000-0000-0590 HX 30
RUSSELLVERDELL M

PPN 28-3S-19-0000-0000-0631 31
O'NEAL KEITH & TEAL

PPN 28-3S-19-0000-0000-0690 HX 32
FORD LILLIAN

PPN 28-3S-19-0000-0000-0691 HX 33
ELUS ERMAJ

PPN 28-3S-19-0000-0000-0700 34
GREEN JOSEPH & MARIE

PPN 28-3S-19-0073-0007-0040 HX 35
KENT THOMAS B

PPN 28-3S-19-0073-0007-0050 36
KENT EUGENE

PPN 28-3S-19-0073-0019-0010 37
HEROSY DAVID E JR & JESSICA C

PPN 29-3S-19-0000-0000-0094 38
CLARKSON BILLY TIFFANYY

PPN 29-3S-19-0000-00-000100 HX 39
BARTON CLIFTON JR & ALYSSA M

PPN 29-3S-19-0000-0000-0280 40
NETTLES JOSEPH BENJAMIN

PPN 29-3S-19-0000-0000-0332 41
NAUGHERTERRI HUDNELL&

PPN 29-3S-19-0000-0000-0334 42
KELLY DAWN CHRSITINE

PPN 29-3S-19-0000-0000-0390 43
PAGE MARGARET

PPN 29-3S-19-0058-0001-0060 44
PAGE MARGARET

PPN 29-3S-19'0058-0002-0020 45
RATLIFF RUTH ELIZABETH

PPN 29-3S=19-0058-0002-0030 46
KENTTHOMAS B & MARY E

PPN 29-3S-19-0058-0003-0110 'HX* 47
BRANNEN BILLY E

.PPN 29-3S-19-0058-0005-0010 'HX* 48
WERBA BRIAN K &

PPN 29-3S-19-0059-0000-0060 'HX" 49
BURRELL JEAN MARIE

PPN 29-3S-19-0068-0000-0040 HX 50
COBB HENRY WILTON & REBECCA L

PPN 26-1N-20-MINR-0000-0050 51
ANDERSON ROY T (TRUSTEE)

PPN 26-1 N-20-MINR-0000-0070 52
JAMES LILLY TRUSTEE

PPN 26-1 N-20-MINR-0000-0080 53
COWAN MINERALS INC

PPN 28-1 N-20-O000-0000-0040 54
JORDAN GARY E & DONNA L

PPN 34-1N-20-0000-0000-0015 56
CANADAY MITCH


1 PPN 34-1 N-20-0000-0000-0041 57
$34.95 CANADAY MITCHELL K & JERRI D

2 PPN34-1N-20-0000-0000-0130 HX 58
$25.30 KERCE PATRICIA A

3 PPN 35-1 N-20-0000-0000-0061 59
$47.48 CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D

4 PPN 35-1N-20-0000-0000-0131 *HX* 60
$14.70 RAY JEFFREY

5 PPN 35-1N-20-0000-0000-0135 61
$14.70 PEARCE JOHN DAVID

6 PPN 35-1N-20-0000-0000-0143 *HX* 62
$14.70 WOOD JEROME & LINDA

7 PPN35-1N-20-0000-0000-0175 HX 63
$606.16 SCHMITZ DENNIS B A JR

S8 PPN 01-1S-20-0000-0000-0027 HX 64
$503.66 FINLEY KEVIN H & DOROTHY B

PPN 01-1 S-20-0000-0000-0029 65
$848.57 CREWS LEE ROY

PPN 01-1 S-20-0000-0000-0035 66
$272.04 HORNE THOMAS N & OLIVER R

PPN01-1S-20-0104-0000-0151 HX 67
$755.99 ROSIER DONALD FSR & LENOR M

PPN01-1S-20-0104-0000-0155 HX 68
$318.47 LAURAMORE RAY & BUFFY

PPN 01-1S-20-0104-0000-0320 *HX* 69
$104.55 BRANTLEY DERRICK A & SHELLY

PPN 01-1S-20-0104-0000-0345 HX 70
$203.06 DANIEL WILLIAM

PPN 02-1S-20-0000-0000-0080 HX 71
$236.75 TAYLOR MILTON

PPN02-1S-20-0000-0000-0125 HX 72
$117.35 KINGBIRD MAURICE &TAMMY

PPN 02-1 S-20-0000-0000-0157 73
$203.06 JOHNSON JUUE

PPN 02-1S-20-0000-0000-0165 74
$203.06 JOHNSON JULIE M

PPN 02-1S-20-0172-0001-0020 HX 75
$163.65 SMITH-MELVIN &VIRGINIA.

PPN 02-1S-20-0172-0002-0020, 76
$182.01 CAMPBELL LAWRENCE WJR&

i'i l : l I' 11 11:11:1 .:I:,, 'i i',', 77
$1~i4Q2.07 T' ,'P I :.rj :. F' .
ITIMB PPN 03,1S-20-06 -00O 0-0183 HX .10
$55.28 TAYLOR FRANKLIN D R& MARY L

PPN 03-1S-20-0000-0000-0185 *HX* 79
$650.10 TAYLOR WILLIAM & MARY LEE

PPN 03-1S-20-0000-0000-0186 *'HX 80
$261.38 PRICE RAYMOND C & ET AL '

PPN 03-1S-20-0000-0000-0269 *HX* 81
$319.59 GROSS LEE W

PPN 03-1S-20-0000-0000-0272 82
S GROSS LEE W
$73.02
PPN 03-1S-20-0000-0000-0300 HX 83
BLANKS KITTY P

$204.53 PPN 03-1S-20-0000-0000-0320 'HX* 84
LONG JAMES D SR

$377.93 PPN 10-1S-20-0000-0000-0015 85
DODD FRANK

$270.07 PPN 10-1S-20-0000-0000-0025 86
EVANS KATHRYN

$296.53 PPN 10-1S-20-0000-0000-0034 *HX* 87
COX FRANK & BARBARA E

$350.40 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0090 88
CRAWFORD ARNOLD R & DIANE

$249.56 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0150 89
DOOLEY JOSEPH E

$370.61 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0170 90
DODD FRANKLIN L & PATRICIA F

$114.40 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0210 91
DODD FRANKLIN LEE

$234.11 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0310 92
LAIDLER MARLENE & FRANK

$31.63 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0350 93
DODD FRANK

$672.14 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0370 94
DODD FRANK

$19.20 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0380 95
DODD FRANK

$240.21 PPN 11-1 S-20-0000-0000-0035 96
CRAWFORD LEAMON & OLIVIA H

$486.34 PPN11-1S-20-0000-0000-0036 HX 97,
PARKER DOUGLAS WILLIAM & TNA

$413.11 PPN 11-1S-20-0000-0000-0045 98
4 MILE BRANCH PROPERTY

$377.36 PPN11-1S-20-0000-0000-0050 HX 99
SECRET LYNDA S & WILLIAM H JR

$84.44 PPN11-1S-20-0000-0000-0055 HX 100
HATHCOX MICHAEL A &

$19.36 PPN 11-1 S-20-0000-0000-0081 101
JONES DWIGHT S

$578.66 PPN 12-1S-20-0000-0000-0015 102
HOLLAND JERRY

$567.71 PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0100-0010 103
YARBOROUGH RUFUS DANIEL JR

$95.25 PPN 29-1 -20-0036-0102-0090 104
CREAMER RAWSON & SANDRA

$95.25 PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0103-0130 HX 105
LEPEAK JOHN MATTHEW & SHERRIE

$95.25 PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0200-0010 106
YARBOROUGH RUFUS DANIEL JR &

$503.27 PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0204-0130 107
LEPEAK JOHN MATTHEW & SHERRIE

$38.81 PPN 29-1 S-20-0036-0300-0010 108
YARBOROUGH RUFUS DANIEL JR &

$11.82 PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0302-0040 109
HUGHES DAVID J

$24.34 PPN 29-1 S-20-0036-0302-0100 110
DODD FRANKLIN LEE

$103.41 PPN 29-1 -20-0036-0306-0060 111
WIGGINS LELAND T & WENDY D

$1,179.41 PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0400-0010 112
YARBOROUGH RUFUS DANIEL JR &


PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0402-0020 .113
$145.60 CHASON RUSSELLW JANEE R

PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0402-0030 114
$267.35 CHASON RUSSELL W & JANE R

PPN 29-1 S-20-0036-0402-0040 115
$225.03 CHASON RUSSELL W & JANE R

PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0402-0060 116
$95.25 CHASON RUSSELL & JANE

PPN 29- S-20-0036-0402-0080 117
S$474.83 DODD FRANKLIN

PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0402-0130 118
$95.25 DODD FRANK

PPN 29-1 S-20-0036-0403-0100 119
$960.30 DODD FRANKLIN L

PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0403-0110 120
$693.54 DODD FRANKLIN LEE

PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0404-0050 121
$523.40 BOGIN JOHN A & ETAL

PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0404-0130 122
$30.57 DODD FRANKLIN L

PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0405-0120 123
$162.21 DODD FRANK

PPN26-2N-20-0000-0000-0035 HX 124
$831.96 GAINEY FLETCHER A & MELONEY L

PPN 22-2S-20-0000-0000-0022 .HX* 125
$95.25 HAINESLULA BELLE

PPN 23-2S-20-0000-0000-0010 HX 126
$1,341.29 GRIFFIS DONNIE M SR & JANICE S

PPN 23-2S-20-0000-0000-0025 127
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$482.58 PPN 07-3S-22-0092-0000-0400 HX 1035
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$874.75 PPN 07-3S-22-0092-0000-0460 1036
JOYNER JANET L

$14.89 PPN 07-3S-22-0095-0000-0020 1037
RHODEN THOMAS JASON

$95.25 PPN 07-3S-22-OQ95-0000-0040 HX 1038
WICHMAN MELISSA M

$391.75 PPN 07-3S-22-0095-0000-0330 1039
RUSSELL STEVEN W & KIMBERLY S

$3,012.49 PPN 07-3S-22-0097-0000-0020 *HX* 1040
PARKER JAMES SQUIRE

$333.88 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0050 HX 1043
CREWS WILLIAM J JR & OVEDA

$2,438.20 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0250 HX 1045
HUTCHINSON LISA

$1,069.66 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0251 1046
STARLING GREGORY & ETAL

$273.68 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0253 HX 1047
LAURAMORE TOMMY & JANET L

$1,091.45 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0400 1048
TRL LAND &TIMBER LLC

$545.39 PPN08-3S-22-0000-0000-0510 HX 1049
KEEN KENNETH F &TRACEY

$1,128,89 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0530 HX 1050
ANDERSON JOHNNIE WAYNE

$468.40 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0710 HX 1051
POOLE GARRY M


ister


PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0740
$659,03 STARLING ROSA LEE


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PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0820 1053
$855.08 GROSS LEON

PPN 08-3S-22-0001-0001-0085 HX 1054
STARLING MICHAEL L &TERI
$95.25
PPN 08-3S-22-0039-0008-0050 HX 1055
BOWEN RAY & DELLA
$885.67
PPN 08-3S-22-0048-0004-0030 HX 1056'
S KIRKLAND JARED O'NEIL
$559.08
PPN 08-3S-22-0048-0007-0030 HX 1057
HODGES ROGER &TRACIE
$665.60
PPN 08-3S-22-0048-0007-0080 HX 1058
JONES LARRY G & PATRICIA A
$458.34
PPN 08-3S-22-0125-0001-0010 HX 1059
FORBES HENRY M JR & DANA M
$749.30
PPN 08-3S-22-0125-0001-0030 HX 1060
NORMAN STEFFANI L
$95.25
PPN 08-3S-22-0125-0001-0050 HX 1061
CREWS KOTY M &
$672.29
PPN08-38-22-0125-0001-0160 HX 1062
DUNCAN DAVID JR &TONYA L
$784.45
PPN 08-3S-22-0125-0002-0060 HX 1063
KRAUSS MICHAEL A & DANA M
$134.52
PPN 09-3-22-000000-00-0100 1064
KNABB JAMES W JR & CONSTANCE D
$425.39
PPN 09-3S-22-0118-0002-0290 HX 1065
WEST CARL L & LORETTA J
$95.25
PPN09-3S-22-0118-0003-0120 HX 1066
MARTIN LACEY ANN
$409.51
PPN 09-3S-22-0118-0004-0170 1067
JONES DWIGHT S &
$655.62
PPN 19-3S-22-0005-0000-0190 1068
RHODEN WILLIAM R
$1,461.14
PPN 26-3S-22-0000-0000-0074 HX 1069
WILLIS JOHN D JR
$608.84
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0001-0090 'HX* 1070
BURRIDGE SAMUEL T & ELIZABETH
$294.17
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0001-0200 1071
SHARPE FAMILY INVESTMENTS LTD
$552.38
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0001-0330 HX 1072
HALL JANET MARIE
$1,343.44
PPN35-3S-22-0004-0002-0010 HX 1073
MILLER SAMUEL D & LAURIE L
$1,536.22
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0002-0100 'HX* 1074
EVERETT JOSEPH R & LEARA MAE
$846.77
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0002-0180 *HX" 1075
TUTEN LEE &JACKIE
$442.41
PPN35-3S-22-0004-0002-0390 HX 1076
SMITH DEBORAH AND OLIVIA MARIE
$95.25
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0002-0460 1077
CAULEY JOHNATHAN & JANE
$124.99
PPN35-3S-22-0004-0003-0010 HX 1078
CHADWICK JAMES H &VELDA
$336.22
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0004-0020 HX 1079
CHAMPION BUDDY
$215.53
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0006-0050 1080
MUNCY CATHY
$614.59
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0006-0090 1081
MUNCY KATHY L
$1,301.18
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0006-0120 HX 1082
SIMMONS JAMES L & JACKIE M
$1,306.57
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0006-0140 *HX* 1083
STILL LAURA K
$709.59
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0007-0040 HX 1084
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Notice










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Bidders:









Persons who have




not participated in




the Tax Certificate




Sale in the past




should pre-reg-


Baker County Tax




Collector's office




before June 1,




2007.


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 17, 2007 Page 21


DELINQUENT TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES


Delinquent Tangible Personal




Property Taxes




NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following pe


sonal property taxes were delinquent as of April 1


2007. Delinquent taxes carry a penalty of 18% p(


annum. Tax Warrants will be issued against all taxes


not paid before May 31, 2007. After this time, th


Tax Collector shall apply to the Circuit Court for


levy upon and seizure of the personal property f(


unpaid taxes.


5000007 A CHRISTIAN AFFAIR BEAUTY 5004363 ROWE-JAMESJ
A CHRISTIAN AFFAIR BEAUTY 19.86 ROWE JAMES J

5000012 TOUCH OF GRASS LAWN SERVICE 5004464 SCARBOROUGH CHARLES D MD PA
A TOUCH OF GRASS LAWN SERVICE 506.46 SCARBOROUGH CHARLES D MD PA

5000020 ADDISON BENJAMIN F 5004645 STANSEL RALPH W
ADDISON BENJAMIN F 132.16 STANSEL RALPH W

5000055 AMERICAN CAR WASH 5004695 STIG RITCHIE
AMERICAN CAR WASH 39.75 STIG RITCHIE

5000220 NIT NIL INC 5004818 TEAKWOOD APARTMENTS
BAKER BEVERAGE 510.77 TEAKWOOD APARTMENTS

5000838 C & J AUTO REPAIR 5004922 THOMAS R RHODEN AGENCY INC
C & J AUTO REPAIR 40.59 THOMAS R RHODEN AGENCY INC

5000858 CANADAY MITCHELL K 5004980 THRIFT SIGNS
CANADAY MITCHELL K 293.84 THRIFT SIGNS

5000867 CANTRELL INSURANCE AGENCY 5004990 TINYTOTS DAY CARE CENTER
CANTRELL INSURANCE AGENCY 115.53 TINY TOTS DAY CARE CENTER

5000968 CHOPCO OUTDOOR ADV LTE 5005045 U RIDE USED CARS
CHOPCO OUTDOOR ADV LTD 44.59 U RIDE USED CARS

5001010 CINDYS SALON & BEAUTY SUPPLY 5005138 WEBBER LOU TIRE CO INC
CINDYS SALON & BEAUTY SUPPLY 41.19 WEBBER LOU TIRE CO INC

5001075 COBB PATRICIA 5005165 WESTFALL LARRY CORPORATION
COBB PATRICIA 42.41 WESTFALL LARRY CORPORATION.

5001245 HAIR CREATIONS BY LYNN 5005186 WHITFIELD'S LANDSCAPE
HAIR CREATIONSBY LYNN 34.77 WHITFIELD'S LANDSCAPE

5001300 CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D 5005250 WINN DIXIE STORES INC 144
CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D 80.21 WINN DIXIE STORES INC 144

5001365 D & S 5005392 B & R SECURITY SERVICES
D &S 41.03 B & R SECURITY SERVICES

5001480 DAVIS MALLORY 5005394 POWERHOUSE BUILDERS
DAVIS MALLORY 15.59 POWERHOUSE BUILDERS

5001505 JERRY'S TILE & MARBLE LLC 5005397 THE HOT SPOT
JERRY'S TILE & MARBLE LLC 13.69 THE HOT SPOT

5001523 DEBBIES BABY BOUTIQUE 5005400 ANGLES BY MEL
DEBBIES BABY BOUTIQUE ..-"-. -- -''-"' .."17150 -..M-'ANGEL8-BY-MEL

5001694 ENGINE PARTS CENTER 5005402 JW'S TURF
ENGINE PARTS CENTER 19.86 JW'S TURF

5001805 FIBER STEAM CARPET CLEANING 5005406 MYERS ICE CASTLE INC
FIBER STEAM CARPET CLEANING 121.67 ICE CASTLE

5001825 FISH AARON 5005437 ROCK CONTRACTORS
FISH AARON 55.41 ROCK CONTRACTORS

5001915 FLOORS AND MORE 5005444 WALKER DEMPSEY & LYNNE
FLOORS AND MORE 19.86 WALKER DEMPSEY & LYNNE

5002003 FOREVERTAN CANDELS & GIFTS 5005480 PERFERRED CAPITAL INC
FOREVER TAN CANDELS & GIFTS 1,067.63 PREFERRED CAPITAL INC

5002042 FUSION CAPITAL CORP 5005519 JIMMY'S AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR
FUSION CAPITAL CORP 24.59 JIMMY'S AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR

5002065 GASKINS RICHARD 5005520 FRANK'S DRYWALL
GASKINS RICHARD 15.59 FRANKS'S DRYWALL

5002192 GLEN'S WRECKER SERVICE INC 5005524 L & L COUNTRY CLIPPERS
GLEN'S WRECKER SERVICE INC 15.19 L & L COUNTRY CUPPERS

5002280 GRIFFIS BRUCE 5005529 DAP SATELLITE
GRIFFIS BRUCE 118.94 DAP SATELLITE

5002282 GRIFFIS CASEY C 5005531 M/A COM PRIVATE RADIO SYSTEM
GRIFFIS CASEY C 15.21 M/A COM PRIVATE RADIO SYSTEM 12,592.3(

5002415 HAHN GLEN A & SHERYL I 5005532 M/A COM PRIVATE RADIO SYSTEM
HAHN GLEN A& SHERYL I 44.57 M/A COM PRIVATE RADIO SYSTEM

5002480 HAWKINS CALVIN B & CARIA M & 5005541 LAURIE WALL GRAPHIC DESIGN
HAWKINS CALVIN B & CARIA M & 22.35 LAURIE WALL GRAPHIC DESIGN

5002565 HIGGINBOTHAM TOWING & RECOVERY 5005542 CARTER ROOF MAINTENANCE
HIGGINBOTHAM TOWING & RECOVERY 32.13 CARTER ROOF MAINTENANCE

5002585 HI-TECH AUTOMOTIE 5005551 BATY PAINTING
HI-TECH AUTOMOTIVE 90.46 BATY PAINTING

5002668 HUTCHINS LARRY D 5005552 C & C NURSERY
HUTCHINS LARRY D 15.21 C & C NURSERY

5002742 SCARBOROUGH, CHARLES DR. 5005557 GILLETTE'S MASONRY
SCARBOROUGH, CHARLES 19.86 GILLETTE'S MASONRY

5002784 JO GASKINS MOBILE HOME SERVICE 5005564 FLORIDA DO IT BEST HARDWARE#74
JO GASKINS MOBILE HOME SERVICE 27.04 FLORIDA DO IT BEST HARDWARE#74

5002897 JUANITA'S FLOWERS 5005579 L-WOOD CONSTRUCTION INC
JUANITA'S FLOWERS 23.31 L-WOOD CONSTRUCTION INC

5002960 KEVES QUALITY MOTORS & WRECKER 5005580 JEFF'S CONCRETE
KEVES QUALITY MOTORS & WRECKER 12.76 JEFF'S CONCRETE

5003161 LEDFORD ENTERPRISES 5005582 CANDO CONCRETE
LEDFORD ENTERPRISES 1,546.20 CANDO CONCRETE

5003190 LOADHOLTZ DENNIS WAYNE 5005583 PEOPLE REACHING OUT INC
LOADHOLTZ DENNIS WAYNE 17.68 PEOPLE REACHING OUT INC

5003206 LOVE CENTER DAY CARE 5005590 JAMES COMBS CONSTRUCTION
LOVE CENTER DAY CARE 27.63 JAMES COMBS CONSTRUCTION

5003285 MACCLENNY LIQUORS INC 5005598 YOU STORE MINI-STORAGE COMPLEX
MACCLENNY LIQUORS INC 459.80 YOU STORE MINI-STORAGE COMPLEX

5003295 MACCLENNY OUTBOARD & 5005605 SHAMEKA'S HAIR PALACE
MACCLENNY OUTBOARD & 20.38 SHAMEKA'S HAIR PALACE

5003298 MACCLENNY PEDIATRICS 5005607 H & R TRANSMISSION & AUTO
MACCLENNY PEDIATRICS 292.00 H & R TRANSMISSION & AUTO

5003342 MANN FRANK 5005613 AN URBANE TOUCH
MANN FRANK 54.80 AN URBANE TOUCH

5003530 MIXON TIMOTHY JAMES 5005626 COLEMAN NORRIS L & ELAINE
MIXON TIMOTHY JAMES 61.86 COLEMAN NORRIS L & ELAINE

5003588 MONTGOMERY VENTURES INC 5005634 DYER BILLY
MONTGOMERY VENTURES INC 172.40 DYER BILLY

5003670 NORRIS WOODWORKS, INC 5005692 LUCIANO FRED
NORRIS WOODWORKS INC 102.63 LUCIANO FRED

5003737 NORTHERN LEASING SYSTEMS INC 5005711 EROSION STOPPERS INC
NORTHERN LEASING SYSTEMS INC 14.84 EROSION STOPPERS INC.

5003913 POP'S PLACE 5005754 TILLIS REED L III
POP'S PLACE 17.46 TILLIS REED L III

5003998 RADKE L.F., D.R, 5005758 ROUND-2-IT
RADKE L. F,D.R. 33.68 ROUND-2-IT

5004061 RAULERSON WILLIAM 5005769 T & C LANDCLEARING


RAULERSON WILLIAM


241.08 T & C LANDCLEARING


5005780 FREEDOM HOME OXYGEN INC
1,394.61 FREEDOM HOME OXYGEN INC
5005781 PITT STOP OF MACCLENNY
137.32 PITT STOP OF MACCLENNY

5005790 DUGARD CONSTRUCTION INC
17.68 DUGARD CONSTRUCTION INC

5005793 BRYANT CONSTRUCTION
64.76 BRYANT'CONSTRUCTION

5005824 ALPHA & OMEGA ENGRAVING
39.54 ALPHA & OMEGA ENGRAVING

5005849 BALDWYN LAND CLEARING INC
644.08 BALDWYN LAND CLEARING INC

5005878 BUSY BEE'S CLEANING SERVICE
.17.50 BUSY BEE'S CLEANING SERVICE

5005887 CAJUN ONE
16.68 CAJUN ONE

5005900 BARTON CHRISTOPHERA
19.86 BARTON CHRISTOPHER A

5005903 CRAWFORD CLARENCE J
1,188.47 CRAWFORD CLARENCE J

5005916 MARTIN COLONEL
28.67 MARTIN COLONEL

5005961 DEWY DRYWALL SERVICE
33.68 DEWY DRYWALL SERVICE

5005979 WILDS DOUGLAS ENTERPRISES
20,248.51 WILDS DOUGLAS ENTERPRISES
5005988 EASYWARE SOFTWARE AND SERVICES
28.98 EASYWARE SOFTWARE AND SERVICES

5006064 J & S TRACTOR WORKS
28.98 J & S TRACTOR WORKS

5006140 GIVENS LAKEYTA
33.68 GIVENS LAKEYTA

5006143 SWINDELLIARRY,,,
2617" SWINDELL LARRY

5006158 GULLEDGE LORI ANNE
576.72 GULLEDGE LORI ANNE

5006196 WILSON HOME MAINTENANCE INC
33.68 WILSON MICHAEL W

5006250 PREVATT EDWARD R
2,058.97 PREVATT EDWARD R

5006255 R & R DIVERSIFIED SERVICES
24.38 R & R DIVERSIFIED SERVICES

5006274 RHODEN RICK
108.41 RHODEN RICK

5006296 .SAFE LINE CONSTRUCTION
346.18 SAFE LINE CONSTRUCTION

5006302 TOLLESON SCOTT D
33.68 TOLLESON SCOTT D

5006315 SOUTHEASTERN GEO-TECH SER INC
72.13 SOUTHEASTERN GEO-TECH SER INC

5006351 THE MASTER ELECTRIC/
33.68 THE MASTER ELECTRIC/

5006359 BENTON THOMAS BAKER SALES &
0 BENTON THOMAS BAKER SALES &

5006381 VONKTROY R BEYOND BUILDING
7,743.02 VONK TROY R BEYOND BUILDING

5006411 ECKERT WILLIAM R
41.25 ECKERT WILLIAM R

5006413 COOLER WILLIAM T
962.94 COOLER WILLIAM T

5006418 WRESTLEHARD.COM
77.04 WRESTLEHARD.COM

5006420 YOUNG'S AUTO SALES
28.98 YOUNG'S AUTO SALES

5006425 HAWG RIDER
28.98 HAWG RIDER

5006472 VARVARO SALVATORE & KIMBERLY
336.19 VARVARO SALVATOR & KIMBERLY

5006475 CROSBY JAMES & DIANA
28.98 CROSBY JAMES & DIANA

5006477 NORRIS FARMS INC
28,98 NORRIS FARMS INC

5006493 VANS CERAMICS
28.98 VANS CERAMICS

5006509 PAIGE TIMOTHY GREGORY
28.98 PAIGE TIMOTHY GREGORY

5006510 AT HOME SHOP
28.98 AT HOME SHOP

5006572 FARMER KIM & MIKE REDDEN
28.78 FARMER KIM & MIKE REDDEN

5006579,GIVENS ERNEST PRODUCE
33.68 GIVENS ERNEST PRODUCE

5006581 HAYMANS
40.46 HAYMANS

5006594 JOHNSONS LAWN SERVICE
28.98 JOHNSONS LAWN SERVICE

5006605 MASTER ELECTRIC CO
17.68 MASTER ELECTRIC CO

5006612 NIVIS INC
247.24 NIVIS INC

5006613 PERSONALITY SHOTS
39.03 PERSONALITY SHOTS

5006617 PROFESSIONAL SATELLITE
28,182.02 PROFESSIONAL SATELLITE

5006634 THE THRIFTY STORE
24.38 THE THRIFTY STORE

5006644 WILLIS PATRICIA
28.98 WILLIS PATRICIA

5006646 COMMUNITY FIRST MORTGAGE
28.98 COMMUNITY FIRST MORTGAGE


5006657 FASTLANE GRAPHICS
FASTLANE GRAPHICS

5006663 FINAL TOUCH DRYWALL &
FINAL TOUCH DRYWALL&

5006665 CREEKSIDE FARMS
CREEKSIDE FARMS

5006667 PEGGYS SECRET GARDEN
PEGGYS SECRET GARDEN

5006675 MOBLEY DARYL WAYNE JR
MOBLEY DARYL WAYNE JR

-_ 5006676 RHODEN DRYWALL INC
RHODEN DRYWALL INC
L 5006679 GOLDSMITH DRYWALL
GOLDSMITH DRYWALL

5006681 COOKS CARPET SERVICE LLC
e r COOKS CARPET SERVICE LLC
5006685 PEARSON BYRON JAY
iS PEARSON BYRON JAY

5006687 CHUCK MERRETTTREE SERVICE
1e CHUCK MERRET TREE SERVICE
5006689 BAKER HOME SERVICES
a BAKER HOME SERVICES
5006690RUISE TOMMY &VERONICA MANNING
RUISE TOMMY & VERONICA MANNING
r 5006691 EVANS RESHA PEARL
EVANS RESHA PEARL

5006692 TOMMY HAYS TILES OF STONE INC
TOMMY HAYS TILES OF STONE INC

5006695 PERRY DARRELL G JR
PERRY DARRELL G JR
184.45 5006696 A#1 CUSTOM SLAUGHTER & MEAT
A#1 CUSTOM SLAUGHTER & MEAT

26.37 5006700 C & C CARPERT CLEANING
C & C CARPET CLEANING
16.88 5006709 ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS
ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS

28.98 5006713 MULCH & MORE LANDSCAPING
MULCH & MORE LANDSCAPING
28.98 5006716 18-48 SERVICES INC
500716 18-48 SERVICES INC
18-48 SERVICES INC

28.98 5006717 ADDITION BRIDGET FARMER
5006717 ADDINGTON BRIDGET R FARMER
ADDINGTON BRIDGET R FARMER
13.18 5006723 C-T FIRE PROTECTION INC
C-T FIRE PROTECTION INC
28.98 5006727 COLEMAN & SONS PLUMBING INC
COLEMAN & SONS PLUMBING INC

28.98 5006731 CRAWFORD LEMON & OLIVIA
CRAWFORD LEAMON & OLIVIA

33.68 5006740 GAINEY FLETCHER & MELONEY
GAINEY FLETCHER & MELONEY
28.98 5006761 L& D METALS INC
L & D METALS INC,
33.68
3368 5006775 POWELLTIMOTHY F
POWELL TIMOTHY F
1.8.67 5006805 TERRY D CREWS SEPTIC TANK
TERRY D CREWS SEPTIC TANK
28.98
2898 5006809 J & D LAWN SERVICE
J & D LAWN SERVICES
28.98
2898 5006810 W D MA
WDMA
28.98 5006812 POWLESS DANNY HEATING &AIR
POWLESS DANNY HEATING & AIR
17.50
150 5006819 SOUTHERN SUN
SOUTHERN SUN
28.98 5006827 JD SMITH LAND SERVICES INC
J SMITH LAND SERVICES INC
28.98
5006828 A & a PRESSURE WASHING
A& A PRESSURE WASHING
28.98
2898 5006830 T & D LAWN SERVICES
T & D LAWN SERVICES
405.70 5006831 ADVANCED MEDICALTESTING
ADVANCED MEDICAL TESTING
45.87
4587 5006833 SARAHS COFFEE
SARAHS COFFEE
28.98
2898 5006834 S &M STUCCO
S&M STUCCO
28.98
5006835 STEPHEN SHOUPPE ENTERPRISES
STEPHEN SHOUPPE ENTERPRISES
28.98 5006843 ABBY'S TREASURE CHEST
ABBY'S TREASURE CHEST
28.98
5006844 BASS OLUMBING INC
BASS PLUMBING INC
28.98
5006848 BENNETT'S FENCING
BENNETT'S FENCING
28.98 5006855 DURLANDS COMPUTER SERVICES
500655 DURLANDS COMPUTER SERVICES
DURLANDS COMPUTER SERVICES
28.98
2898 5006856 WINGS GALORE & MORE
WINGS GALORE & MORE
28.98 5006857 MOM'S DAYOUT
MOM'S DAY OUT
28.98 5006864 CALENDAR'SDEL ZZERIA
500864 CALENDAR'S DELI & PIZZERIA
CALENDAR'S DELI & PIZZERIA
38,65
3865 5006865 A TO Z COUNTRY STORE INC
ATO Z COUNTRY STORE INC
48.29
48629 5006867 SANDS TRUCKING & LAND
SANDS TRUCKING & LAND
18,20 5006869 COUNTRY CABINETS
COUNTRY CABINETS
24.62
5006874 BEYOND BUILDERS
BEYOND BUILDERS
117.15 5006881 COMPUTER LEASING COMPANY
COMPUTER LEASING COMPANY
19.86
5006890 DIRCET LINK FINANCIAL SERVICES
DIRECT LINK FINANCIAL SERVICES
33.68 5006891 MONITORING SERVICES INC
MONITORING SERVICES INC
33.68
5006892 CUSTOM AUTOMOTIVE & DESIGN
CUSTOM AUTOMOTIVE & DESIGN
33.68 5006893 RICK'S AUTO BODY
RICK'S AUTO BODY
33.68
5006894 KEVIN'S MOBLIE REPAIR
KEVIN'S MOBILE REPAIR
63.31
5006898 SEAN'S CONCRETE
SEAN'S CONCRETE
33.68 5006903 DOUBLE R ELECTRIC INC
DOUBLE R ELECTRIC INC
3368 C5006904 DICKS ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
DICKS ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES


33.68' 5006912 ALL POINTS A1 HONE INSPECTION
ALL POINTS Al HOME INSPECTION
33.68
3368 5006919 MEADOWS WILLIAM R PHD
MEADOWS WILLIAM R PHD
29.76 006921 VISION READY OF N FLA
5006921 VISION REALTY OF N FLA INC
VISION REALTY OF N FLA INC

33.68 5006924 D & B EXTERIORS INC
5006924 D & B EXTERIORS INC
D & B EXTERIORS INC
33.68 5006930 SEARCY BENNY C
SEARCY BENNY C
43.99
5006932 PNI SPECTRUM LLC
PNI SPECTRUM LLC


28.98


28.98


28.98


28.98


28.98


33.68


33.68


2,479.20


28.98


3,596.61


28.98


28.98


33.68


28.98


33.68


33.68


28.98


28.98


28.98


33.68


33.68


28.98


33.68


94.42


28.98


28.98


28,98


5006933 BLUE LICENSES HOLDING LLC
40.68 BLUE LICENSES HOLDING LLC 28.98

5006936 AMERICAN AUTO SERVICE
28.98 AMERICAN AUTO SERVICE 33.68

5006938 ALLIANCE AUTOMART INC
74.56 ALLIANCE AUTOMART INC 33.68

5006942 CRAWFORDS PAINTING & PRESSURE
28.98 CRAWFORDS PAINTING & PRESSURE 33.68

5006944 & B TIMBER INC
28.98 G & B TIMBER INC 10,430.55

5006947 MY LIL PONDEROSA TRUCKING INC
14.93 MY LIL PONDEROSATRUCKING INC 54.07

5006949 FEENEYS DARRYL PROD & ENT
28.98 FEENEYS DARRYL PROD & ENT 11.93

5006951 GIDDER DONE CUSTOM CABINETS INC
28.98 GIDDER DONE CUSTOM CABINETS INC 28.98

5006954 FLORIDA HORIZONTAL INC
28.98 FLORIDA HORIZONTAL INC 28.98

5006957 CARTER CECIL R LLC
28.98 CARTER CECIL R 28.98

5006958 R R BENDER LLC
28.98 RR BENDER LLC 28.98

5006959 MAC EXTERIORS INC
28.98 MAC EXTERIORS INC 28.98

5006960 BLACKBURN CRAIG LLC
28.98 BLACKBURN CRAIG MITCHEL 28.98

5006964 YORK/YORK MCCAULEY LAND DEV
23.03 YORK/YORK-MCCAULEY LAND DEV 28.98

5006965 WHITFIELD ERROL L SR
28.98 WHITFIELD ERROL L SR 28.98

5006969 B & R HOME BUILDERS INC
18.87 B & R HOME BUILDERS INC 28.98.

5006971 ANGELS MARK VYNL & SOFFIT
59.13 ANGELS MARK WNL & SOFFIT 28.98

5006973 NUSPEC HOMES INC
33.68 NUSPEC HOMES INC 28.98

5006975. WILLIAMS HENRY SANDING INC
376.76 WILLIAMS HENRY SANDING INC 28.98

5006977 CHEAP GREEN
226.55 CHEAP GREEN 28.98

5006978 K & K PROFESSIONAL PAINTING
395.65 K & K PROFESSIONAL PAINTING 28.98

5006981 PO BOYS TREE SERVICE LLC
245.23 PO BOYS TREE SERVICE LLC 28.98

5006983 BROWN ROY PERRY INC
109.32 BROWN ROY PERRY 28.98

5006986 BOOGIE BASKETS & CRAFTS
151.78 BOOGIE BASKETS & CRAFTS 28.98

5006989 KINGBIRD TAMMY CLEANING SERVICE
65.95 KINGBIRD TAMMY CLEANING SERVICE 28.98

5006990 WHITE LION PAINTING & SAND LLC
241.75 WHITE LION PAINTING & SAND LLC 28.98

5006991 FINN TAMMY & PAUL
15.34 FINN TAMMY & PAUL 28.98

5006992 D & G UNDERGROUND INC
49.6, D & G UNDERGORUND INC 28.98

5006995 REEVES WILLIE ANN
28.98 REEVES WILLIE ANN 28.98

5006996 SANTE FE MARINE
28.98 SANTE FE MARINE 28.98

5006997 NORTHEAST EQUIPMENTTRANSPORTA
28.98 NORTHEAST EQUIPMENT TRANSPORT ?0 o
2.9 BR OUIIU- 1 C81 9-8-
28.98 BROOMFIELD CURTIS 28.98 I.
28.98 BROOMFIELD CURTIS 28.98


SPECIAL PRIMARY ELECTION





EARLY VOTING

MAY 28, 2007 JUNE 2, 2007



Who: All registered voters

What: Voting prior to the

June 5, 2007 Special Primary Election

Why: Avoid the Election Day rush;

vote at your convenience

Where: Supervisor of Elections Office, 32 N. 5th

Street, Suite A, Macclenny

When: May 28 June 2, 2007

Monday Friday, 9:00 am 5:00 pm:

Saturday, June 2, 2007

9:00 am 5:00 pm


For more information, call 259-6339 or visit www.bakerelections.com

Nita Crawford, Supervisor of Elections







PUBLIC NOTICE


Pursuant to Florida Statutes 101.5612 the Logic
and Accuracy Certification Board will conduct
the pre-logic and accuracy test of the automatic
counting equipment for early voting and for the
equipment going to the polls will be May 18,
2007 at 11:00 am. The test will be conducted for
the June 5, 2007 special primary election. The
test will be held at the Baker County Supervisor
of Elections office, 32 N. 5th Street, Maccenny,
Florida.


Pursuant to Section 102.141 of the Florida
Laws of the State of Florida, the Baker County
Canvassing Board shall meet June 1, 2007 at
9:00 am in the Supervisor of Elections office to
start publicly canvassing absentee ballots. The
Canvassing Board will meet on June 5, 2007 from
4:00 pm until we finish canvassing absentee
ballots.


Nita Crawford
Supervisor of Elections


5 007005 CB WORL C


CB WORLDWIDE OF N FLORIDA INC

5007011 CAPS MARINE
CAPS MARINE

5007022 CB ISAAC &ASSOCIATES
CB ISAAC & ASSOCIATES

5007023 DAZZLED JEWELRY
DAZZLED JEWELRY

5007033 BENNETT CHAD & KYRSTI
BENNETT CHAD & KYRSTI

5007034 CHRISTINAS PRODUCE
CHRISTINAS PRODUCE

5007044 FATHER & SON LAWN SERVICE
FATHER & SON LAWN SERVICE

5007055 HOTARD RICHARD R JR & LILLY M
HOTARD RICHARD R JR & LILLY M

5007056 HPSC INC
HPSC INC

5007061 MARTIN BUDDY F & SUSAN E
MARTIN BUDDY F & SUSAN E

5007062 MARTIN CLEANING SERVICE INC
MARTIN CLEANING SERVICE INC

5007068 SCOTTS FLOORING INSTALLATION &
SCOTTS FLOORING INSTALLATION &

5007084 JONES DWIGHT S INC
JONES DWIGHT S INC

7005832 COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY
COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY

7005833 COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY
COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY

7005834 COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY
COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY

7007754 LLCXINC
LLCX INC

7008052 RAIL TRUST EQUIPMENT INC
RAIL TRUST EQUIPMENT INC

7008053 RAIL TRUST EQUIPMENT INC
RAIL TRUST EQUIPMENT INC

7008078 CSX INTERMODAL INC
CSX INTERMODAL INC

7008079 CSX INTERMODAL INC
CSX INTERMODAL INC

7008080 CSX INTERMODAL INC
CSX INTERMODAL INC


33.68


33.68


94.42


33.68


15.42


13.31


428.96


232.41


679.49


471.73


12.55


28.72


770.15


15.44


30.59


128.48


17.02


13.11


41.38


2,606.70


5,432.94


14,077.88


Custom Printing


Stationery


Invoices


Business Cards


Envelopes


Invitations


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110 South Fifth St. *259-3737






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