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Title: The Baker County press
Uniform Title: Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
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Creation Date: May 24, 2007
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


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78th Year, Vol. 4 Thursday, May 24, 2007 Macclenny, Florida SOt


Ballfield


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Baker County residents with
a spare $290,000 might be in-
terested in a 20-acre tract of
land the Baker County Com-
mission decided to sell at its
meeting May 21.
The commissioners unani-
mously agreed to declare as
surplus land a 20-acre plot
along US 90 between Glen
St. Mary and Margaretta. The
county had originally bought
the land with the help of an
$84,500 grant from the state,
with an eye toward a future
sports complex.
However, the acres are criss-
crossed with environmentally
sensitive wetlands, and the
commission decided that it
would be unable to construct a
large number of ball fields.
"A substantial portion of
[the land] is wetlands," county
manager Joe Cone said. "And
due to the fact that the wetlands
are distributed throughout the
property, it became difficult,
if not impossible, to build the
ballfields we wanted on it."
The board commissioned
an appraisal and Juanice
Padgett (also Glen St. Mary's
mayor), who prepared the re-
port, valued the tract at nearly
$290,000. As the county will
have to pay back the $84,500
from the state, the commis-
sioners expect to turn a healthy
profit on'the land transaction.
By law, the commission
will advertise for bids, and
the appraisal is public record.
But the county is allowed to
set a minimum bid, and Mr.
Cone indicated that he had re-
ceived interest in the land from
Adrian Development Group, a
south Florida-based company
whose Cedar Creek retirement
community proposal nearby is
currently under review by the
Florida Department of Com-
munity Affairs.
"I'll tell you, I have talked
to Adrian, the DRI property de-
veloper next door," Mr. Cone
said. "And they're interested in
purchasing the property. [The
land] does have frontage on
US 90, it is contiguous to their
property, and with the size of
their project, obviously they're
going to be doing some miti-
gation work. And they're in a
position where they can take
and perhaps fill these mean-
dering small wetlands that run
through it."
In other business, the com-
mission approved a new policy
for accepting donation ap-
plications from county or-
ganizations. The new policy
states, among other things, that
organizations must be non-
profit, must show "evidence
of community need for their
function," must not duplicate
present county service, must
(See page 2)


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BY JIM McGAULEY
Press Publisher
It might happen. It
might not happen.
If it does, meaning the
Florida Legislature hikes
the $25,000 Homestead
Exemption on local values
on which property taxes
are based, the Baker Count)
Commission could be looking
at $2 million less in its gen-
eral fund for fiscal 2006-07.
Commission chairman coI
Mark Hartley, in a letter last oulid be tore
month to department heads iinke\ depart
and constitutional officers. a"ise,' tri,
advised they all get out ahead
"of the pending crisis and come amount of loc
up with ways to cut next year's into the gener
expenditures to levels belo\\ fine and forei
this year. the much smaJ
The correspondence had to the Baker C
input from county manager Department (s
Joe Cone, who said this week n ing graph).
uncertainty on how the legisla- "'The best \
ture will deal with the exemp- this is look at
tion in a special session next geted this year
month should not impede prep- actually\ being
rations for reductions in the Cone. You ha

County Commission Revenue
from Local Property Taxes


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Everyday

(Built by James M. Burnsed in the ly whe
thid 1830s in northeast Baker County, to Ms.
the Burnsed Block House has been
described as the best hand-hewn so sou
example of "frontier architecture in there w
the state of Florida. It was placed ing bet
on the National Register of Historic she do0
Places in 1971. Nearly, lost to decay, ever le;
the structure, composed mainly of "As
heart pine lumber, is now undergoing
preservation at Heritage Park Village no pl
by the City of Macclenny. James ing or
Burnsed sold the house to James tricity,
Hugh Brown and his wife Caroline Dugger
Raulerson Brown. The following
account is based on interviews with "When
Irene Dugger and her nieces Pauline was a
Rhoden and Gail Brown, defendants small
of James Brown. This is the second of in the
a two part series.) ily, my
had a
Irene Dugger remembers that ch
her father, George Brown, night"
busily working out by the
woodpile making new shingles
for the roof of the Burnsed
Blockhouse.
"When work needed to
be done to your house you
didn't call someone like you
do today," said Ms. Dugger.
"Folks did just about every-
thing themselves out of neces-
sity."
Mr. Brown sawed logs into
the needed length for the shin-
gles, then stripped off the outer
bark. The individual shanks
were planed to taper on one
end so they overlapped proper- Mi


budgeted
and you may
have to cut
further from
there."
Chairman
Hartley was
more direct.
"It does
not appear
that we are
going to be
financially
capable of


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increasing any-
one's budget. In fact, reduc-
tions from last year's level
are more likely. Ad valorem
revenues may be decreased by
19-20 percent!" predicted Mr.
Hartley.
Much of the pressure on
the legislator and Governor
Charlie Crist is coming from
central and south Florida where
the existing $25,000 exemp-
tion offers miniscule relief
in a world of sky-high prop-
erty values. The governor and


3


others have proposed so-called
"portability" of exemptions
allowing homeowners to trans-
fer them to new residences.
Republican controlled state
government is- also using the
higher exemption and cor-
responding drop in available
property tax revenues to force
abatement in local government
spending. Most Florida coun-
ties have enjoyed increased
revenues in recent years due
(See page 7)


Bugaboo is

contained;

lack orain,

winds still

problem

BY JIM McGAULEY
Press Publisher
Dry conditions are expected
through the beginning of next
week, coupled with occasional
gusty winds and an unusually
low relative humidity all
of which could contribute to a
flare up of the Bugaboo Scrub
Fire that as of Monday con-
sumed 122,643 acres of wood-
land in Baker and Columbia
counties.
At 6:00 pm on Wednesday
of this week, a large force as-
sembled from more than 20
states by the US Forest Service
was expected to stand down,
aid much of the patrolling and
extinguishing of remaining
backburns and "hot spots" in
both counties will be left to the
Florida Division of Forestry.
."A lot of what will be go-
ing on now will be mop-up
and maintaining control lines
against the fire jumping to new
areas," said Nina Barrow, a
USFS spokeswoman stationed
at the fire command headquar-
ters at the Dowling Center
across from Baker Correction-
al Institution east of Olustee,
The welcome rain showers
that swept across the area late
last Thursday did little to di-
minish what the agencies fear
the most a re-ignition of
fires into unburned areas.
"The rain did cool off the
fire somewhat, but any mois-
ture that came with it is long'
gone," said Ms. Barrow. "Fires
like this can bur down into'
the peat soil and re-surface up
again elsewhere."
At a general briefing Tues-
day afternoon, the weather ex-
perts moved back rain chance
(See page 2)


life in Burnsed Blockhouse


n laid down. According
Dugger, the house was
ndly put together that
vas no need for chink-
:ween the timbers. And
esn't remember the roof
making.
I've said, the house had


umb-
elec-
," Ms.
r said..
There
really
child
fam-
y Dad


By
Kelley
Lannigan
Press Staff


routine to make sure
ild didn't wet the bed at


Burnsed Block House, circa 1930s.


Mr. Brown would appear at
the child's bedside about two
in the morning, pick them up
and quietly carry them through
the dark house and out one of
the doors. Then he'd hold the
child out in midair over the
porch rail while they did their
business.
"I have so many memories
of funny things like that," she
says, smiling.
The house stood in an area
roughly in the middle of the
north and south prongs of the
St. Mary's River. Since preach-


ers usually served several
churches in those days, ser-
vices typically were only held
once a month.
"On Sunday mornings when
there wasn't a service, Daddy
would get up and walk his
fields, then have a bath, change
his clothes and retire to the
rocker on the front porch,"
recalls Ms. Dugger. "He'd
read his Bible until he started
to get sleepy. Then he'd close
his eyes and begin humming
hymns until he hummed him-
self right to sleep. We'd wake


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him up when it was time for
dinner."
On Sunday when there was
a service, Ms. Dugger remem-
bers her mother cooking large
quantities of food. Since folks
has to pass the Burnsed house
on their way home after church,
they'd just pull up their wag-
ons and join the Brown family
for Sunday dinner. Afterward
they gathered around the organ
for hymn singing. "When the
role is called up yonder" was a
favorite.
The rest of the afternoon was
devoted to visiting. If the chil-
dren remained inside with the
grown-ups, they were required
to sit still and be quiet, which
meant they usually headed out-
doors to play games or roam
through the woods.
Church and religion were
such an integral part of their
lives that when the Brown chil-
dren had their cousins over for
a visit, their favorite game was
to play church.
Mr. Brown stored his sweet
potatoes in a long board tee-
pee style structure. The chil-
dren would pull out the "pota-
to boards" and fix up church
pews on bricks. One gave the
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(From page 1) mechanism is to. levy fines on
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primarily serve Baker County compliance ,gith county zoning
residents- 1and' mfust 'b6 cultural! ordinances.
educational, historical, econom- However, Mr. Brolin is seek-
ic, environmental or athletic in ing to lay fines on the personal
nature i t property of violators, such as
Also emphasized in the new other land or vehicles. The
policy was the importance of re- commission agreed with Mr.
questing donations early in the Brolin's central premise, and
budget process. Mr. Cone said Mr. Cone said he would begin
that too many of those seeking to dra w up a poliy for proer
money from the county come to to draw up a policy for property
money from the county come to foreclosures.
the commission in the middle of t we he n i
the fiscal year, when the budget Code Enforcement Board that
is set and money is tight. tng toe me aggressive
The commission unanimous- is tryingtobe more enforcement
ly decided to enter into an agree- in pursuing code enforcement
ly decided to enter into an agree- violations," said county attorney
ment with King Engineering As- Terence Brown, who is associ-
sociates, Inc., to help the county acted with Mr. Brolin. "It is tr-
devise a master plan for storm ing to resolve problems we have
water disposal. The county will ing to resolve problems we have
a seen on an ongoing basis. And
pay the firm $8,700 to evalu- the larger question is whether
ate the current system of water or not the commission wants to
disposal. In all, King Engineer- sort the co
ing will be paid $50,000 for the hco ssion named Julie
The commission named Julie
project, and the remaining cost Combs its representative to the
is being picked up by the. St North Florida Economic Devel-
Johns River Water Management opment Partnership, a collective
s co isio ecid of 14 North Florida counties
MT h e ommission also decided designed to promote new devel-
Monday night to give Baker opment initiatives in the area.
County senior citizens an ad- Ms. Combs volunteered for the
ditional tax break. The board task, and other board members
unanimously agreed to enlarge reat ree ad
the Homestead Exemption for expressed great relief and grati-
the Homestead Exemption for tude that she did so.
senior citizens making less than Other business handled Mon-
$25,000 a year. Previously, ev- day night:
ery property owner in the state V The commission unani-
received a $25,000 exemption m a
mously agreed to change the
from property taxes on the land name of Lon Raulerson Road to
of their primary residence.Those ender Raulerson Road.
older than 65, earning less than V Commissioners ceded con-
$25,000 a year, were allowed trol of a plot of land back to Joe
to bump that exemption up to and Shirley Napoli, who had
$50,000. And with the county's given it to the county in 1972
decision on Monday, the exemp- for road construction. The board
tion rises to $75,000. decided there was no need for
The City of Macclenny ap- the property.
proved a similar measure earlier Robert Gray was given
this month. Robert Gray was given
heis month unanimous consent to divide his
Code Enforcement Board attor- one-acre plot of land off Wood-
lawn Rd. into two, one-half acre
ney John Brolin of Starke, who lawn Rd. into two, one-half acre
suggested a tougher collection plots. He intends to sell the un-
suggested a tougher collection used acre. Mr. Gray had been
policy on outstanding liens re- ued acre. M. Gy hd ber
sultingfrom code violations, denied his request in November
suiting from code violations. of 2006, but he amended it this
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half-acre.
VGeorge Knabb Jr. was given
permission to forge iahid with
his three-home :ubdiVision on
Estates Street. Each home will
be approximately 3000 square
feet with a 24 foot drive way un-
loading onto Estates Street.
The commission irked many
residents of nearby Macclenny
I and Macclenny II subdivi-
sions when it earlier approved
the zoning change allowing the
units.
Butterfly gardening
Have you always wanted to at-
tract butterflies to your garden?
The Baker County extension
office will tell you how to do that
at a workshop Wednesday, May
30 from 9:00-11:00 am in the ag
center auditorium.
The workshop will also cov-
er gardening in a container and
participants will plant their own
mini-gardens to take home.
The speakers will talk about
local butterflies, the flowers they
love and the best ways to attract
them.
There is a $5 cost that includes
a snack, printed information and
the mini-garden.
Please call the extension of-
fice at 259-3520 before 3:00 pm
on Monday, May 28 to reserve
your place.


Bugaboo contained;firedan
(From page 1) ment, consisting initially of ev-
into early next week. They cau- ery volunteer station, has been
intoeary n e. Ty n- reduced to a single tanker as-
tioned that high winds and con- reduced to a single tanker as-
tinuing low humidity could spell sisting the USFS and DOF; said
trouble particularly on the Chief Richard Dolan. The only
traces of the monster blaze last
western fringes of the Bugaboo w eek c onsisted of lingerie
northeast of Lake City. week consisted of lingering
northeast of Lake City.
Several hundred evacuees in smoke, mostly in the morning
Columbia County were giventhe hours. Shifting afternoon winds
all-clear to return home late Sat- generally cleared it from popu-
urday, and nearly all of the Bak- lated areas surrounding Mac-
er County resi- clenny and
dences cleared T ? Glen St. Mary.
two weeks cag o oo smokyforyoU?. Still, many
two weeks ago residents with
as Bugaboo People with respiratory or respiratory ills
jumped Flor- other problems aggravated by opted to stay
ida 2 near the haze and smoke caused by on- inside when the
Eddy Tower and going wildfires should consult bluish-grey pall
reached near the an EPA website to see if it's settled over the
Taylor area. The safe for them to be outdoors. area.
local evacuees Go to www.aimow.gov and Ms. Barrow
were cleared click on Florida, then Jackson- said 515 people,
the afternoon of ville (the closest measuring including the
May 11 except zone) and get the present and contingent nor-
for pockets in forecasted AQI (air quality in- mally on duty
the thinly popu- dex). in the Osceola
lated neighbor- The site rates quality from National For-
hoods around good down to hazardous,based est, were in-
Moccasin Circle on ozone levels and PM2.5, a evolved in the
and off CR 250 measurement of microscopic Bugaboo effort.
west of Taylor. particles in the air. By Tuesday of
Thousahis T information courtesy of Terry Gra- this week, that
more acres in ham of the Baker County Health Depart-
the Okefenokee ient.) was reduced to
Refuge in Geor-
gia, where the fire started nearly
a month ago by lightning strikes,
were also scorched.
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six teams of 20 firefighters, four
helicopters based at the Lake
City airport, 65 engines, 34 bull-
dozers and eight tanker units.
DOF teams were assisting
Tuesday near St. George, Ga.
at a woods blaze that broke out
the previous day, possibly from
a backburn. The forest service
had no immediate word on that
fire's progress, but indicated the
Bugaboo was more than 90 per-
cent contained.
Ms. Barrow, normally as-
signed to the Cherokee National
Forest in Tennessee, heaped
praise on Baker County resi-
dents for cooperation during the
effort here.
"The firefighters appreciate
the help they got from the com-
munity. It made a big difference.
The people of Baker County
showed us tremendous support
during this, along with coop-
eration it takes from the public
when we're out there," said Ms.
Barrow.
Baker County several weeks
ago came under a moratorium
on all outdoor burning until the
drought abates. Rainfall so far
this year is running far below
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Freedom's obligationsgettingyou down?


Let's return to a monarchy andserfdom


THE BARE

TRUTH
ANDREW BARE
.- ... ... .... .. .. ...


afraid: the US needs a monar-
chy.
I'm not talking about a pansy,
constitutional monarchy where
the king is naught but a bejew-
eled figurehead. No, I yearn for
an old-school approach, when


couldn't vote anyway! And you
wouldn't be tired from work
because you'd still be working.
Not in a soul-crushing office
environment so much as a bone-
crushing feudal environment,
but hey, anything to pay the rent


It's been said that freedom a single, kinda-sorta benevo- on the mud hut.
is God's gift to mankind. I say, lent dictator ruled from a throne From a selfish perspective
what ever happened to the good made of serf's thighbones with monarchy can only be good fi
ol' days when absolute power a mandate from divine provi- the practice of journalism. I'm
was God's gift to one man? dence. reporter, which means I'm or
In America, we've estab- Yes, it's time the US establish of shape and I like to compla
lished a cult of democracy. We a government ruled by a heredi- about anything remotely resen
worship at the altar of "individ- tary monarch whose only quali- bling manual labor. So do yc
ual rights," rights like "freedom fiction for leadership is having have any idea how difficult it
of speech," and "freedom of.re- sprung from the loins of the on me tpo,,ug around those prer
ligion" and "freedom from not previous king. It won't matter packets Sunshine Laws for(
being abducted in the middle of if the king is kind or cruel, just our local government official
night by five large men and be- or capricious, human or vaguely to put together? Oh, the time
ing carried to an evil scientist's lobster-like. So long as he is a could save!
mountain hideout and becoming true born son, that shall be all And don't forget, a shift 1
the subject of hideous medical we need. a feudalism-based economy
experimentation." Just imagine how much sim- would make everyone's choice(
We act like this is the natural pier life becomes when you re- in life a lot simpler. Many is tt
order of things. move responsibility for govern- college senior who has becon
Bah, I say! Bah! What we've ment from your own shoulders, angst-ridden over what career 1
lost sight of in our democratic Remember how you had to wait choose after graduation. The
fervor is that we have cruelly in line to vote for nearly three would be free of stress and ai
undermined the natural order minutes last November? And gravation when they realized t
of things. We have demolished you were tired because of work exciting path of serfdom lay
milennia of traditional gov- and the kids wanted to get Mc- front of them.
ernance. Yes folks, I speak of Donald's and you just so desper- So many Americans yearn f
monarchy, the one indisputably ately wanted the sweet release the worry-free days of the '50s
superior form of government, of your Ambien tablets? share that sentiment. I just yeaj
Now, what I'm about to say Well, in a monarchy, you for the days of the 1350's.
might get me in trouble with the wouldn't have to waste those
radical pro-serfists, but I'm not three minutes because you


Rare rainfall was most welcome


THE BACK

PORCH
KELLEY LANNIGAN
Last week I wrote about
drought and fire. This week I
write about rain, the glorious,
soaking rain that poured from
the sky last Thursday night.
It's rained so little in the
last months that when the wind
kicked up and a light misting
filled the air, it still didn't reg-
ister with me that it was going
to rain. I had the back door open
for the cooling breeze (no smoke,
thank God) and lay on the sofa
watching some innocuous non-
sense on the television.
When the innocuous non-
sense began to get on my nerves,
I turned off the television, made
myself some hot tea and dozed off
on the sofa. Presently, a pound-
ing noise roused me back to con-
sciousness. At first I thought it
was just a loud'car going by on
Fifth Street. My two cats stand-
ing at attention by the open door
staring intently out into the night
suggested otherwise. Suddenly I
realized the source of the mild
background roar rain.
"Oh, thank you God," I re-
member saying.
There was lightning and thun-
der. When the lightning abated,
I ventured out, stood in it and let


it pour all over me. Then I went
for a walk around my neighbor-
hood, coming home soaking
wet. I know that rain won't make
much difference in the long run,'
because of the ongoing drought
which has lasted from year to
year. But it was a tangible re-
minder of just how precious a
resource water is and how des-
perately we need it.
Walking in the downpour, all
those facts about water we learn
in physical science class starting
coming back to me:
Water is composed of two at-.
oms of oxygen and one atom of
hydrogen; the human body is 2/3
water; water can exist as a liquid,
solid and gas; water covers 71%
of the earth's surface, the oceans


Spending rollback


can be accomplished


As you may have already
noted in this edition, county of-


ficials are ad-
vised to keep
next year's bud-
gets below this
year's level.
You read that
right. Below this
year's level.
When, you will


ask yourself,


have we ever seen government
spending real spending not
adjusted for inflation drop be-
low a previous year's level?
Apparently the Republicans in
charge in Tallahassee have been
asking the same thing, and the
plan to double the Homestead
Exemption to $50,000 is de-
signed at least partly to force lo-
cal governments to do just that.
Yes, doubling the exemption
will give homeowners some tax
relief, particularly in volatile.
south Florida where property
values have gone through the
roof, crimping new construction
and discouraging upward move-
ment in the housing market.
But state lawmakers also be-
lieve local governments across
the state have been on a spend-
ing spree the past decade, happi-
ly sloshing around in a windfall
of new tax revenues brought on
by rising property values and a
robust housing market fueled by
cheap money.
Here in Baker County, we
have our own more modest
- version of the same phenom-
enon. Never before have we en-
joyed, proportionately, greater
growth in both commercial and
residential tax sources. The
Wal-Mart Distribution Center,
Hanson Tile, Sariderson"Pipe,
new subdivisions with attrac-
tive homes on the tax roll, next
year the Wal-Mart Supercenter
and in years following, revenue
from expected growth along the
interstate.
It's all coming our way.
So, county departments have
been advised they will have to
compensate for as much as a $2
million drop in local tax revenues
- by going back to 2005 levels.
The advisory is being met with
some moaning and wringing of
hands, but it can be done.
It should be done.


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during the turbulent period of
the earth's earliest ages. We can
not make more water. All the
water that we will ever have is
presently in existence and is end-
lessly recycled through rain and
evaporation. So far, our planet
still has a plentiful supply, but
that water is increasingly threat-
ened by pollution and the effects
of global warming. We must.be-
come less cavalier in our use and
waste of it.
Like the old saying goes: you
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ZONING VARIANCE NOTICE

Kevin Allen acting on behalf of Christopher
M. Thomas and Teresa Thomas is requesting
a zoning variance at 1138 Copperfield Circle,
Lot 24 Copper Creek Subdivision Unit II. The
zoning variance is for a reduction in the side
yard requirements for a detached garage.

Any support or objection may be heard at the
Zoning Adjustment Board meeting to be held
at 118 E. Macclenny Ave., on Monday, June 4,
2007 at 5:00 pm at City Hall.

Roger Yarbrough
Building & Zoning Coordinator
City of Macclenny


The past five years, the coun-
ty commission budget increased
from $18.04 mil-
lion to $26 mil-
SIONS lion, about 44%.
Corresponding
kULEY revenues into
general fund
and fine and
forfeiture, the two main funnels
through which they pass, have
risen 100% from $1 million
to $2 million.
That's pocket change in Bro-
ward County, but it's significant
here.
With budget deliberations
looming during summer months,
the commission is likely to hear
some department heads and.par-
ticularly constitutional officers
say they simply can't go back
two 2005 spending.
Yes they can.
I'll bet I could do it for them,
and I'm not the only one.
They may not like the pro-
cess, but I'll bet I could make the
cuts with no change in the level
of service to the public. Things
like travel and vehicle expenses,
office supplies, utility savings
by turning off or down air con-
ditioners and lighting. In some
of the offices, if the elected of-
ficials actually worked a40-hour
week it could make a difference
in payroll, though it might mean
cutting back others to less than
full time status.
I'm generally opposed to hik-
ing the Homestead Exemption
in smaller, less developed coun-
ties like Baker precisely because
paying less further removes peo-
ple from the political process.'
If they.don't pay, they don't
care. If they don't care, they
don't vote.
On the other hand, if rais-
ing the exemption forces local
governments to do what they
should be doing in the first place
- keeping a sharper eye on
spending and living next year
with about 7 percent less overall
revenues coming in from local
folks it's good for us.








THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 24, 2007 Page 4


Everyday life at the Burnsed Blockhouse


(From page 1)
sermon and the others sang.
Once, the children continued
playing church even after Mr.
Brown had specifically told
them to go about their evening
chore of driving in the family's
turkeys that ranged freely about
the property. The turkeys had to
be put up at night to keep opo-
soms, foxes and polecats from
eating them.
But the children paid him no
mind and continued singing
verse after verse of "Jacob's
Ladder":
We are climbing Jacob's lad-
der, we are climbing Jacob's
ladder, we are climbing Jacob's
ladder, Soldiers of the Cross.
Presently, Mr. Brown step-
ped around the house and
approached the singing "con-
gregation" with a switch in
his hand. He matter of factly
announced:
"You know, I think I can help
you kids climb that there lad-
der!" and proceeded to give
them all a switching.
"He hardly touched us, but
we hollered as if we were being
killed," said Ms. Dugger. "You
know how kids do."
The other chore the children
had to perform nightly after the
summer peanut harvest would
be shelling the portion of pea-
nuts set aside for next season's
crop.
Every night the kids knew
they had to shell peanuts and
laboriously worked their way
through the huge pile, shelling
bushel after bushel until it was
finished.
"We didn't get to eat any of
those peanuts, which we thought
was a terrible injustice," said
Ms. Dugger. "The only time you
could eat one was if it was a
dud and shriveled up to nothing.
Those we could have. But, we'd
sneak a good one when no one
was looking."
Life in the old.block house
was also river life, since the
St. Mary's flowed nearby. Ms.
Dugger remembers hearing sto-
ries abooher grandfather James
Brown and'ho\\ he helped at the
ferrn located near the house.
When someone needed to
cross, they rang a bell on the
other side of the river which
could be heard up at the house.
When the bell rang, James
Brown would stop what he was
doing and head for the river
where he lent a hand, pulling
the heavy rope to bring the flat-
boat and its passengers, often
with horse and buggy, over to
his side.
Ms. Dugger's father George
always wore overalls. When the


weather warmed up in late May,
he started swimming with the
kids.
"The river was deep on our
side and just dropped off sud-
den-like," said Ms. Dugger.
"The safe swimming was on
the opposite side where it was
more shallow. Daddy would put
me and Pauline on his back and
plunge into the water. With me
hanging on to one overall strap
and Pauline onto another, he'd
swim across the river."
Then the devoted father would
rest on the bank and watch his
little ones while they swam and
played in the shallow water,
always keeping a watchful eye
for the alligators that inhabit-
ed the river. Nearby was a long
wooden structure, submerged
in the water, that fascinated the
children.
"They always told us that it
was the bottom of the old ferry
boat. I think it might still be
there somewhere," said Ms.
Dugger.
Claudine Brown Rhoden, Ms.
Dugger's niece who lived just
down the lane from the Burnsed
house, remembers the river a
different way.
The St. Mary's would swell
from heavy rains and the current
could be swift. Her father placed
a "stob" at a certain point near
the bank and told the kids "If the
water rises over this stob you
aren't to go in that river."
One day the water was dan-
gerously high and just brushing
the top of the stob, but not over
it.
"Well, technically Daddy had
said the stob had to be under
water, not almost underwater, so
we decided it was alright to go
in, of course," said Ms. Rhoden.
"We got in trouble almost imme-
diately."
One of her brothers waded
out and began struggling in the
swift current. Ms. Rhoden went
in to help him and got sucked
into the current, too. The chil-
dren grabbed ahold of branches
of a small tree that was nearly
submerged. When she saw yet
another brother'starting to come
in to try to help, she shouted,
"Are you crazy? Don't come in
here!"
The brother raced up to the
house to get their father.
"We'd been breaking in a new
colt and Daddy jumped on it
without a saddle or anything and
came charging down the bank
on its back," said Ms. Rhoden.
"He told us later he just knew he
was going to get there and find
his children drowned. A fam-
ily up the river had recently lost
three of their children that way."


Her brother made it back to
shore, but Ms. Rhoden was
determined to get to the other
side and with difficulty she
finally managed to struggle
across the river.
"Daddy was relieved we
weren't dead, but he decided to
teach me a lesson. Since I obvi-
ously could swim in the current,
he stood on the opposite bank
and ordered me to swim back
to him," recalled Ms. Rhoden.
"I was scared and begged and
begged for him to let me walk
up river to the bridge and cross
back over that way, but he
wouldn't let me."
He figured if I had to fight
that current again, it would scare
me enough to keep us out of the
water when it was high."
Ms. Rhoden chuckles and
admits that it didn't work, of
course. The kids went in the
river every chance that could,
regardless.
Since the house had no elec-
tricity, food was prepared on
the wood burning stove. It was
soon discovered that the banks
of the St. Mary's were perfect
for another activity -cooking.
The many enterprising children
raised in the Bumsed house and
nearby houses dug holes in the
sand. After getting a cup of lard
from the smokehouse, they built
fires in the sand pits, poured
the lard into a coffee can, then
placed the can on the hot coals.
"We'd drop in potatoes to
cook, then eat them. We made
boiled eggs, too. We had holes
all over," she said.
Ms. Rhoden remembers, too,
the long table that stood in the
Bumsed house where everyone
ate. It was about eight feet in
length with benches on either
side. Ms. Dugger knew the table
well.
"It was there when I was born
and there when I left," she says.
Much of the furniture held
special significance. When her
parents finally left the house for
good to live with her because of


their health, Ms. Dugger says.
they brought their own beds to
sleep in.
"Especially at night when it
was dark, I think it made them
feel like they were back home
in the old house," she says. "My
brother still has Daddy's old
straight chair he used to sit in.
Ms. Rhoden remembers beds,
too. She still has the bed from
the homestead that her father
gave her. It was a heavy Iron
bed, with a high head and foot
board, painted white. When
"hollywood" beds with no foot
boards became fashionable after
World War II, she sawed the
foot board off and threw it into
the St. Mary's.
Much later, when she began
to appreciate the history of her
family and the life she had lead,
she went down and excavated
the footboard from the river-
bed. Her brother welded it back
onto the bedframe and it's in her
home today.
Ms. Dugger fondly recalls
the "good life" in the Burnsed
Blockhouse. The family worked
hard and played hard. The lega-
cy she was given by her parents
was very special.
"I wish all children could
have had the experience we had
in that house. It could not have
been a happier existence."
Ms. Rhoden concurs.
"Our parents were God-fear-
ing, good people and they raised
us right. All my sisters gradu-
ated from high school, nearly
equivalent to college in those
days. My parents saw to it. We
worked a lot, played a lot and
enjoyed our life," Ms. Dugger
notes with pride.
Both women agree they were
lucky and wouldn't trade their
upbringing for anything. About
growing, up in the Bunrsed
Blockhouse, Ms. Dugger makes
the point again, with conviction.
"It truly was a good life."


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Bike helmets give

asproject oflocal
BY JUDY BECKER
Baker Co. Kiwanis Club
School is out, and kids will
have more time to ride bikes,
skateboards and roller skates.
This summer, students who were
in first grade in May will be able
to be safer. They all have new
bike helmets thanks to the Ki-
wanis Club of Baker County and
the Florida Epilepsy Founda-
tion.
All first grade students at
Westside Elementary were per-
sonally fitted with a bike helmet
on May 16. The first grade stu-
dents at Macclenny Elementary
had received their helmets the.
week before.
The presentation began with a
video about bike safety and the
importance of wearing a helmet.,
Tina Jones from the Epilepsy
Foundation went to each class-
room and talked to the students
about wearing a helmet and why
it is so important to protect the
brain.
Kiwanis Club members had
been trained how to fit the hel-
mets at one of their club meet-
ings. Club members and Ms.
Jones fitted each student's hel-
met. The students also received
pamphlets about preventing
brain injury and the proper way
to wear a helmet.
Since January 1, 1997, Flori-
da has had a bicycle helmet law.
Children under age 16 must wear
a helmet that is properly fitted
and fastened with a strap. Here
are the things to look for in a
proper fit:
VThe rim of the helmet in the
front should rest one or two fin-
gers above the eyebrows.
V The straps of the helmet


shfits helmet onfirst grader
Photo by Judy Becker

tofirstgraders

Kiwanis Club
form a "V" under the ears when
buckled.
V The strap should be snug
and comfortable. When the child
opens his mouth as wide as pos-
sible, he or she should feel the
helmet hug his or her head. If
not, it needs to be tightened.
"The kids really enjoyed their
helmets. Some of them wore
them all day long. It was wonder-
ful that they were provided with
helmets," declared first grade
teacher Loni Warner.
"This is a project we plan to
continue, except we need a bet-
ter place to store 450 helmets!"
said Cindy Oglesby, president
of the local Kiwanis Club, She
and Alicia McIntosh headed the
bicycle helmet committee; Oth-
ers helping with the project were
club members Judy Becker,
Ted Cooley, Margie Croft, Bob
Kerce, Kevin Owen, Bob Mil-
ner, Rick Robinson and Roger
Yarborough Jr.
Kiwanis is a global organiza-
tion of volunteers dedicated to
changing the world one child and
one community at a time. The
Kiwanis Club of Baker Coun-
ty ,meets.4at the Baker County
Health Department each Thurs-
day at noon. Those interested in
working for children and youth
in Baker County are invited to
attend.

Benefit dinner
There will be a benefit dinner
for David Burnsed Jr. at Moody's
Chevron on US 90 in Macclenny
Saturday, June 9 beginning at
noon.
David is 19 years old and was
recently diagnosed with leuke-
mia.


Please be advised that City Hall

will be closed on Saturday, May 26

and Monday, May 28, in

observance of Memorial Day

and will re-open for business on

Tuesday, May 29, 2007 at 8:30 am.


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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 Cheerleading 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: amber_lenfert@doh.state.fl.us


Baker County Health Department
480 West Lowder Street
Macclenny, FL 32063
(904) 259-6291
www.bakercountyhealth.org


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 24, 2007 Page 6


Man admits stealing same vehicle


twice from the Hanson


Police say employees of Han-
son Roof Tile can rest easy after
the arrest of a man they believe
was responsible for stealing nu-
merous cars from the Sanderson
company.
The Sheriff's Office says
that Sanderson resident Joshua
Foreman, 18, confessed to the
April 20 thefts of a Hanson em-
ployee's Mercury sedan and a
company golf cart. On May 15,
Deputy Gavin Sweat was called
to Sanderson by the same em-
ployee, Mike Baker, who said
his sedan had been stolen again.
Police found the sedan aban-
doned on Pine Top Rd. near the
railroad, as they had on April
20. The car, which was an easy
target because it could be started
without an ignition key, was un-
damaged.
On the evening of May 15,
Deputy Brad Dougherty was
told that the residents of the Pine
Top home near which the car had
been abandoned had an 18-year-
old daughter. The daughter's
boyfriend is Mr. Foreman.
Deputy Dougherty talked to
the suspect at Subway in Mac-
clenny where he works. Accord-
ing to the officer, Mr. Foreman
was nervous and admitted to the
May 15 theft. Deputy Dough-
erty then took Mr. Foreman to
the sheriff's department, where,
according to the officer, he ad-
mitted to the other thefts as well,
saying he stole the cars to visit


Two juveniles


shoplifting at
Two Jacksonville youths
were arrested and charged with
shoplifting at the Wal-Mart Su-
percenter.
Deputy Erik Deloach was re-
sponding to an unrelated call at
the Wal-Mart on May 20 when
an employee, accompanied by
the two juveniles, approached
him. Lam Cash. the emplo ee.
told Deputy Deloach that he no-
ticed the two-walking past the
cash registers without paying.
The officer said he noticed one
of the young men carrying a box
of Vanilla Wafers, and that the
youth admitted to shoplifting
them. The youth also admitted
to taking a pair of black gloves,
a set of goggles and a small air
gun.
Deputy Deloach placed them
under arrest and contacted their
parents.
In other incidents, a Sander-
son woman said she was robbed


his girlfriend. He was charged
with grand theft auto.
In other cases, police arrested
a Jacksonville man and charged
him with cashing forged checks
and taking more than $10,000
from Wachovia Bank.
Deputy John Hardin arrested
Alton Knox, 42, at the Wacho-
via branch on South 6th in Mac-
clenny on May 17. He was called
to the scene by Lora Walgin, a
teller at the bank. She identified
Mr. Knox as having cashed two
forged checks in the recent past
for a total of $10,500. On the
17th, he had allegedly tried to
cash another check for $5,700.
When Deputy Hardin talked
to Mr. Knox, he first identified
himself as Demetris Griffen
and claimed the check was for
a job he had recently complet-
ed. But after Deputy Hardin ar-
rested him, Mr. Knox relayed
his real name, which the officer
confirmed through a computer
check.
Police responded to Bill Kev-
es Quality Motors in Macclenny
when an employee reported that
someone attempted to steal the
company's air conditioner.
Employee Peggy Keves told
Deputy Curtis Ruise on May 17
that she found the air conditioner
cover laying on the ground. Sev-
eral wires to the unit were cut.
She was not able to give police
any other information.
And dunking afficionados


are caught


Supercenter
of nearly $3,000 in electronics
from her John Allen Rd. home
on May 19.
Tabitha Daniels told Deputy
Gary Bennett she found a back
door unlocked when she came
home at 8:00 pm. She noted a
DVD player, a laptop, a cordless
laptopmouse, two digital cam-
eras, an XBo\ and several XBox
games missing. Also taken \was
a money jar hidden in a closet.
Police found a rear window
had been pried open, and they
lifted several fingerprints from
the glass door on an entertain-
ment center.
Julia Marie Farmer said two
Direct TV receivers and their
controllers were taken from
her residence on May 20. Po-
lice found pry marks on the rear
door of Ms. Farmer's house on
Sanderson Circle.
Ms. Farmer told police to
question her ex-boyfriend.


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parking lot

across Baker County will be
saddened to hear that the Baker
County Recreation Department's
dunking booth was stolen the
same day.
The booth is red, white and
blue and made of steel. The
booth was parked at the ball-
fields off North Boulevard in
Macclenny.


Threats to


wife, deputy

The sheriff's department ar-
rested a Glen St. Mary man who
allegedly threatened to kill his
wife when he was brought to
county jail early the morning of
May 20.
Tammy Combs, 36, called po-
lice to her Richardson Rd. home
about 1:00 am, alleging that her
husband Christopher Combs,
35, came home drunk and woke
her up by loudly pounding on
the front door and screaming
obscenities. She also claimed
that he threatened to beat her.
Deputy Garrett Bennett states
in his report that Mr. Combs
screamed at him when he en-
tered the house; the husband
was also quoted as saying he
would have killed the officer if
he had his shotgun. After being
arrested and placed in a squad
car, Mr. Combs banged his head
on the window and demanded to
speak to his wife.
The Department of Children
and Families was notified of the
incident because the couple's
two young children were pres-
ent.
In other incidents, Charlotte
Nobles of Macclenny told po-
lice that her boyfriend struck
her in the face with her purse the
afternoon of May 19.
Ms. Nobles saidherboyfriend,
Ted Green, 46, had picked her up
at her Eagle Dr. home, and when
Mr. Green stopped to let her out,
she said she "anticipated he was
playing." She allegedly touched
her boyfriend on the stomach,
and it was then that he struck her
on the face with her purse.
Deputy Erik Deloach said
in his report that Ms. Nobles'
lip appeared to be swollen. He
could not locate Mr. Green. Ms.
Nobles called Deputy Deloach
and told him that Mr. Green had
called her and threatened to hurt
her if she ,got him in trouble.
A sworn complaint was filed
and the state attorney will make
a decision on prosecuting.


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Police arrested and tasered a of legal immigration status. The All the occupants listed an
Fort White, Fla man who was Sheriff's Office contacted fed- address in west Jacksonville.
allegedly driving recklessly on eral immigration authorities.
US 90.
Deputy Greg Burnsed said
Daniel Swan, 34, -was driving
78 mph on his motorcycle May
14. Deputy Burnsed pulled over
Mr. Swan, but when he tried to
get out of his car, the cyclist ac-
celerated east down US 90.
Deputy Burnsed says he fol-
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139B, and then onto Claude
Harvey Rd, where he noticed will be open
dust billowing up from a nearby
driveway. He confronted the Monday, M ay 28
suspect there, and Mr. Swan re-
fused to get off his motorcycle. from 9:00 am 1:00 pm.
Deputy Burnsed ten tasered The newspaper deadline will be at 1:00 pm Monday
him.


Mr. Swan was charged with
reckless driving and driving
without a license, as well as re-
sisting arrest by fleeing.
In other incidents, police ar-
rested a Jacksonville man and
charged him with driving his
Ford recklessly. Deputy Wayne
Limbaugh says he saw Michael
Luttman, 48, pull out of the S&S
Food Store on South Sixth in
Macclenny onto George Hodges
Rd. The officer noted Mr. Lutt-
man was traveling east in the
westbound lane and spinning
his tires.
Deputy Limbaugh pulled the
suspect over and discovered he
was driving on an expired Penn-
sylvania license. ,Mr. Luttman
was then arrested.
The morning of May 19,
police pulled over a Chevrolet
pickup truck driven on South
Sixth by a Mexican national
with no US driver's license.
Deputy Greg Burnsed says in
his report that only one occupant
of the car, Santiago Ocampo, 22,
spoke English and had a license,
and Mr. Ocampo was allegedly
in the back seat.
Deputy Burnsed arrested Mr.
Ocampo for allowing an unli-
censed individual identified as
Francisco Tenoria, 21, to drive
his car. Three other men 'were
in the car and, according to the
officerr, could not provide proof







THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 24, 2007 Page 7


County departments advised to cut back


(From page 1)
to higher property values, and in
cases like Baker County, unprec-
edented new growth both
commercial and residential.
The flip side is reduced rev-
enues will harm the smaller
counties like Baker proportion-
ately more than wealthier south
and central Florida counties.
Property tax revenues fund
about 23 percent of the conunis-
sion's 2006-07 combined spend
ing of $26 million. The remain-
der of revenues are derived from
fees, grants, gas taxes and other
state sources.
Mr. Cone said the county is
stopping short of seeking defined
percentage cuts in departmental
spending, arguing that penalizes
those who operate efficiently
and without recurring surpluses.
No such calls for reduced
spending have emerged as yet
in the Baker County school sys-
tem, heavily funded by the state
and due to receive yet more
money next year, nor the City
of Macclenny, which has over
the years kept millage rates rela-
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effect of increased exemptions
is less urgent.
The Town of Glen St. Mary
does not levy property taxes.
Sheriff Joey Dobson will
face the biggest hurdle slashing
from his $7 million budget to
compensate for lower fine and
forfeiture revenues and a steep
drop in revenues from.boarding
federal prisoners.
"I've got to submit a budget
next month but I don't know
what we'll do," he said this
week. "We'll get some relief
down the road when the new
jail is finished, but that's a good
two years off. I just don't know


where we'll be able to cut this
year."
The fine and forfeiture portion
of the sheriff's budget from local
property taxes has increased
$1 million in five years, thanks
mostly to new commercial and
residential properties going on
the tax roll.
Prisoner revenue has dropped
by two-thirds this year to about
$400,000. Federal inmates from
the Jacksonville area have been
moved to a privately-run facil-
ity near Folkston, Ga., draining
local jails of a revenue source
most had enjoyed for decades.


Fair Tax luncheon
A luncheon will be held at the
Baker County ag center on US
90 west in Macclenny on Friday,
May 31 at 11:30 am sponsored
by proponents of the Fair Tax
Initiative that would replace the
present federal income tax code
with an across-the-board national
sales tax based on consumption.
The guest speaker will be
Mark Gupton, a Fair Tax advo-
cate from Jacksonville helping to
organize support for the initiative
among northeast Florida voters.
The event is free and sponsored
by a local group of tax reform
supporters. To make reserva-
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Police are looking for a man remembered seeing him before; juana in the truck, as well as a
they believe may have shattered when the officer found the ad- bag containing 16 Valium pills.
the back door of a house occu- dress, he noticed three men in Mr. Tyson was arrested on
pied by Macclenny resident Re- their 20s. But Ms. Folston said charges of felony possession.
becca Folston. none of the men were respon- Deppty Michael Lagle arrest-
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dressed when she heard a noise arrested a Glen St. Mary man to San Diego.
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B* Love of science


career motivator


Brita Hobbs retiring after


35 years as biology teacher


Retiring middle school sci-
ence teacher Brita Hobbs, who
has taught in the Baker County
school system 35 years, remem-
bers looking up from her desk
in the third grade, watching her
teacher Twyla Burns and think-
ing, "This is
what I want
to be when I By
grow up."
That was in Kelley
Port Orford, Lannigan
Oregon where
she spent her Press Staff
childhood.
Just before
her senior year in 1966, Ms.
Hobbs moved with her family
to Macclenny to be near rela-
tives. She started at Lake City
Community College after grad-
uating from Macclenny High
School, transferred to Florida
State, then after marrying
Macclenny native Floyd Hobbs,
finished at UF in Gainesville
because the commute was
shorter.
"The word teacher always
held magic for me," says Ms.
Hobbs. "During my career,
whenever I told someone I was
a teacher, I always felt some
of that magic, something in me
rising up almost,in unbelief that
I had the privilege to pursue the
profession."
Ms. Hobbs believes teaching
is definitely a calling.
"Nobody becomes a teach-
er thinking they will become
wealthy," she laughs.
As a child, Ms. Hobbs was
pulled toward science because
she had an intrinsic attraction
to the wonders of the natural
world.
"I was fascinated with the sea
anenomes in the tidal pools on
the coast of Oregon. We'd vaca-.
tion there as a family and I was
always told to be careful and
not get stung. Then I found out
the anenome's sting has little
effect on a human. Not so with
fish, which it paralyzes so it can
eat them."
For Ms. Hobbs, the World of
science and math was where
she found the most interest
and inspiration. The arts were
enjoyable, but sometimes a bit
too subjective. What drew the
young woman toward science
was its absolutes.
"In science, an answer was
the right answer, not open to


lots of interpretation," she
explains. "There wasn't any
vagueness and I liked that."
She credits her middle school
biology teacher, Coach Botz,
as her inspiration. The detailed
biology notebooks full of dia-
grams he required his students
to keep made an impression
on the young Ms. Hobbs (Ms.
Spence before her marriage).
"It may have seemed boring
to the others, but it fascinated
me," says Ms. Hobbs.
One of the diagrams was of
an anemone, the very thing
that had fascinated her in the
tidal pools back in Oregon. She
learned of amazing relation-
ships in nature like the clown
fish which developed immu-
nity to the anemone's sting,
lurking among its tentacles as
protection from other fish. In
return the clown fishes' ..
movement loosened '
and cleaned debris /
trapped among /. .
the creature's ten-
tacles. .
Then there
came the semi-
nal moment when I
she looked through \
a microscope and .
she saw the invis- "
ible world for the first time
filled with strange, living crea-
tures.
"I couldn't believe what I
was seeing on the slide under
the microscope," Ms. Hobbs
says, her voice still carrying the
awe from that long ago experi-
ence. "Protozoans, those amaz-
ing creatures that live in pond
water, were in the world all
around me and I never knew
it."
She was dumbfounded at the
mobility, of Paramecium with
their hairy appendages that
swept them along through the
water. Such experiences gal-
vanized the mind of the young
woman who had always loved
the natural world. Becoming a
science teacher was now a set
course.
Ms. Hobbs began substitute
teaching at Baker County High
School before she was hired
there. She remembers her first
day as a substitute teacher viv-
idly and will never forget the
special student that helped her
win the respect of her class-
room.


*


Cedric McCormick came
into the room before the stu-
dents arrived and put the ques-
tion right to the inexperienced
young teacher: "Have you ever
held a snake before?"
It seems that the permanent
teacher kept quite a few snakes
in the classroom and students
loved to surprise the unsuspect-
ing substitute teachers with
them.
Cedric brought out a king
snake and showed Ms. Hobbs
how to hold it. She was able
to get used to the snake and its
warm, slick, wriggling body.
That prepared her when, true
to Cedric's warning, a student
came up behind her as she was
writing on the board and thrust
a snake at her.
"I wasn't as calm as I looked,"
Ms. Hobbs confides, "but I
didn't let the students
Snow that. I calmly
I N took the snake and
\ held him in both
hands, examin-
F" ing him for about
Sa minute. The
entire class was
surprised and sat
staring with open
S mouths."
Then she matter of
factly said to the young
man who had brought up the
snake in the first place: "Well, if
I've held him long enough, may
I put him back in his pen so I
can get on with the lesson?"
Later, as class was dismissed,
the students crowded around
wanting to talk to the fearless
substitute.
"Wow," they told her. "The
last sub we had, we chased that
person out of the classroom
and down the sidewalk with'a
snake."
Over the years, students
always tried to get the best of
Ms. Hobbs by playing jokes
like the old rubber snake or spi-
der in the drawer. They never
seemed to figure out that a sci-
ence teacher just wasn't going
to react like other ladies they
might have as teachers.
"I wasn't much fun, that
way," she admits.
In this age of computer
generated, enhanced experi-
ence with all its technology
and gadgetry, Ms. Hobbs has
found, surprisingly, that the
simple hands-on, straight-for-


ward classroom experiences
still make a tremendous impact
on students. She recently asked
some seniors what they would
remember most about their sci-
ence classes and was surprised
at the answers.
"It was almost always the
labs," she said. We didn't have
as many as I would have liked.
So much of class time had to be
spent fulfilling FCAT require-
ments and meeting the struc-
tured standards and benchmarks
that education legislation man-
dates," she said.
There were times when Ms.
Hobbs thought a lab she had
designed was, as she put it, "a
total bust."
She once planned a lab which
included different specimens of
plants at stations to help teach
the organization of living things
into kingdom, phylum, class,
order, family, genus and spe-
cies.
For example, in studying
plants, she would present dif-
ferent specimens of plants to try
to contrast categories like gym-
nosperms (exposed seeds) with
flowering angiosperms (seeds
in fruit).
"It wasn't very sexy or excit-
ing, yet that made an impact
on them I didn't expect," she
said. "And I always kept ajar of
pond water with hay in it culti-
vating in the classroom so we'd
have a rich source of protozoans
to look at under the scope."
Running into former students
is always a touching experience.


One student she encountered at
a gas station and who had not
seen her since 1978, got tears in
his eyes.
"It's Mrs. Hobbs. It's really
Mrs. Hobbs," the emotional
man kept repeating. "I can't
believe it's really you." he said.
Ms. Hobbs doesn't remem-
ber anything she did to make
such an impression, other than
to be the best teacher she could
be and to truly care about the
progress of each student. She
finds it flattering to learn a stu-
dent has chosen to pursue sci-
ence because of the experience
they had in her biology class.
A bigger compliment, she can't
imagine.
Ms. Hobbs does believe,
along with the facts, it's impor-
tant to see the mystery in the
natural world, too. That mys-
tery comes to play in a personal
way through her profound spiri-
tual belief that God brought the
natural world and everything
else into being.
, "I had to be careful not to
express my N ie\ s. in such a way


PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN


that it would be misconstrued as
my trying to influence their reli-
gious beliefs. That has become
such a sensitive issue in edu-
cation," she pointed out. "But
that is the way it is. I always
presented my students with the
scientific facts and left them
to draw their own conclusions.
But I always wanted them to
recognize the awe and wonder."
The retiree is never more in
awe of the wonder of creation
than when she stands at the foot
of the massive redwood trees
stretching away into the sky on
the Oregon Coast.
"Its like being in the most
beautiful, spiritual cathedral in
the world."
She is looking forward to
having leisure time for painting,
a favorite pastime.
"I like portraits and want to
get better at them. Gene Barber
(the late Baker County artist
and historian) was my relative,
after all. I owe it to him for the
lessons he gave me before lie
, passed aw\a). I think he woud
appreciate that." .


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The Florida Department of
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campaign. The primary goal is
to save lives by getting motorists
and passengers to buckle up.
Encourage everyone you
know to wear a safety belt. The
cost of unbuckled drivers and
passengers goes beyond those
killed and the loss to their fami-
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don't buckle up in higher tax-
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insurance costs.,
The Click It or Ticket effort
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deadliest holidays, Memorial
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Motorists need to understand
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Schools


Honor Rolls...

Westside Elementary,

Macclenny Elementary & Keller

WESTSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Principal's List 4th Nine Weeks
1st Grade: Levi Dugger, Christian Gardner, Joshua Haygood, Cheyenne McGee, Em-
ily Phillips, Quantrel Ruise, Hannah Thomas, Lacey Breanna Bell, Landon McCune, Alyssa
Rich, Caleb Crews, Regan Dopson, Mariah Grendzinski, Madison Haller, Christopher Hill,
Wade Johnson, Skyler Cales, McKenzie Curry, Kimberly Fink, Amberly Home, Lake Lewis,
Joequan Wilson, Sydney Bumsed, Alaina Crawford, Daniel Courson, Olivia Crews, Griffin
Hinson, Cooper Hodges, Taylor Moore, Arlie Rhoden, Jarred Spurlock, Lillie Starling, Shayla
Crews, Carliya Jefferson, Lucas Morris, Haley Self, Mackenzie Williams, Devin Simpson,
Keona Adkins, E'yanna Brown, Devon Cole, Naylee Lumpkin, Preston Sutton, Zane Ward,
Collin Ambrose, Cheyenne Ball, Regan Barber, Roy Clark, Sarah Crews, Will Crockett,
Brysen Dopson, Amaya Figueroa, Laney Harvey, McKenzie Hickman, Kyrie Holman, Leah
Kerce, Evie Knabb, Ethan Knabb, Camryn Payne, Jackson Sands, Noah Taylor, Deanna Cau-
dill, Dale Gene Hodges, September McKinley, Elizabeth Ambrose, Abbigail Baggett, Gracie
Mobley, Caytlyn Peters, Morgan Shrull, Amber Simmons, Ridge Stewart, Elizabeth Reagan,
Brandon Wages
2nd Grade: Courtney Baldwyn, Benjamin Ellis, Mark Romano, Nate Taylor, Sierra
Ahrens, Mackenzie Ariail, Zachary Bingham, Tanner Blanks, Mallory Cain, Ashton Carter,
Rachael Clark, Christy Crews, Mallory Godwin, Erica Hartley, Mallory Mobley, Mason Mos-
ley, Breah Pelfrey, Heather Pietrowski, Karly Richardson, Kate Walker, Desiree Bingham,
Grace Fly, Cody Thatcher, Hope Fly, Dametra Gibson, Rachel Nickles, Brianna Williams,
Dean Bryant, Payton Goodman, Chase Griffis, Macy Jackson, Christopher Touchton, Olivia
Bogardus, Shawn Danese, Collin Crews, Kaytlin Crews, Miranda DeHart, Kasyn Givens, Ja-
cob Harrell, Dusty Langberg, Logan Monds, Landon Peterson, Gavin Register, Owen Taylor,
Cecil Hagan, Michelle Malloy, Savanah Moss, Jenna Ellis, Caitlyn Parrish, Chyna Parker,
Sarah Hicks, Morgan Awtry ;Bryce Donker, Aura Esterling, Ashley Hall, Austin Hancock,
Kelly Lawler, Brianna Chandler, Bailey Cook, Mia Fish, Dallas Hill, Jesslyn Williams
3rd Grade: Abigail Carpenter, Kaylan Davis, Callie Elledge, Colby Hodges, Dalton
Jones, Bethany Richardson, Shyanne Shumate, Corley Sweat, Masey Taylor, Alexis Wendel,
Brooklyn Chambers, Brandon Harris, Carolyn Davis, Olivia Sapp, Jarrett Barton, Kellen
Dopson, Mary Elizabeth Elledge, Zachary Johnson, Grace Jones, Shelbie Martin, Larry
Morris, James Nelson, Cody Ratliff, Blake Roberts, Bailee Turner, Brach Dukeman, Bailey
Edwards, Gabrielle Starling, Brandie Callaway, Jeremiah Iverson, Ashley Thompson, Mela-
nie Sweat, Ben Crawford, Justin Hardee, Rose Thompson, Dillon Nipper, John Roberts

Honor Roll 4th Nine Weeks
1st Grade: Marlin King, Casey Simpson, Noah Williams, James Matthew Griffis, Kate-
lynn Muncy, Courtney Waltrip, Kaitlyn Williams, Tarin Bumsed, Cameron Crain, Cole Cush-
man, Kylie Gabbard, Kyle Griffis, Quinci Hand, Skyler Higginbotham, Landen Oca, Bailey
Pisani, Tori Richardson, Miranda Tubbs, Taylor Dyal, Markelya Ford, Jaclyn Adkison, Dal-
ton Dietz, Dawson Ferguson, Pilar Manning, Joseph Young, Dawson Beasley, Klint Griffis,
Morgan Jewell, Maegan Lawrence, Brandy Norrell, Alex Collins, Kristen Godbold, Mark
"Rheys" Roberts, Andrea Ruise, Kayla Thigpen, Billy Joe Brown, Destiny Davis, Jennifer
Davis, Madyson Davis, Dalton Hathcox, Cameron Hauge, Cameron Kaiser, Ashunti Stew-
ard, Savannah Anderson, Shelton Brannen, Austin Terrell, Justin Wiggins, Samantha Yuhas,
McKenzie Crews, Jade Hale, Joe Bureau, Waylon Golden, Maggie Gray, Joseph Johnson,
Hannah Roberts, Mathew Sands, Sadie Sparkman, Ke'onna Coger, Shoteya Coleman, Syd-
ney DeHart, Jordan Glover, Robert Knuckles, Zachery Lilly, Taylor Conner, Geffery Gaskins,
Mackenzie Martin, Hannah Ross, Thome Zimmerman
2nd Grade: Sierra'Aldy, Jared Evett, Shanoa Murch, Leslie Nipper, Kelsey Strickland,
Kaylee Padgett, Roderick Haygood, Chad Collins, Meara Lynn Tarte, Corey Adams, Dalton,
Adams, Cameron Beebe, Katelynn Campbell, Clayton Canaday, Amber tombs, Christopher
Duggar, Samantha Evans, Hunter Groves, Terrle Hughes, Angel Jackson, Tristan Jewell, Tif-
fany, 1Ke, y, Jessica RobertsAlexx St; John, CJ Adkins, Matthew Crews, Johnny, Hodges,;..
Dylan Lewis, Amelia Loubani, Owyn Matthew, Morgan Shellenbarger, Jacob Anderson, Clay
Brassart, Casey Curry, Blair Finley, Lani Foster, Sara Hilliard, Kaden Miller, Charles Pea-
cock, Alexus Reed, Caleb Crews, Lily-Anne Drawdy, Gannon Godwin, Kristin Hayes, Jacob
Perryman, Nathan West, Savanah Brannen, Joshua Carter, Amber Denmark, Amanda Denni-
son, Jamie Lynne Raulerson, Noah Schatz, April Crews, Summer Harvey, Dylan Herring, Er-
rol Whitfield, Shailey Rhoden, Marcus Burger, Sean Chancey, Sidnie Fauble, Vivica Gaskins,
Kaitlyn Law, Kasandra McCook, Saige Wilson, Charlie Anderson, Brooke Bumsed, Brianna
Davis, Zachary Korkowski, Macy Payne, Michael Tolbert, Katelyn Rheuark, Braxton Moore,
Dean Murray, Stephanie Stoutenborough
3rd Grade: Kristyn Carter, Breanna Condrich, Brock Crews, Alysa Hall, Samatha
Hinson, Tristan Lauramore, Maci McDuffie, Rhett McKendree, Jordan Parker, Dustin Yac-
carino, Hunter Bumsed, Haleigh Crawford, Tyler Groves, Mondrell Jefferson, Jackson Neri,
Payton Parker, Kate Whitehead, Sheldon Griffis, Andrea Pearl, Katlynn Schlarbaum, Sean
Longendyke Ashly McMahan, Scarlett Browning, Robbie Martin, Jasmine Denmark, Sydney
Williams, Jessie Cox, John Crawford, Andre DeHart, Katelynn Flandreau, Marcus Godbold,
Rachel Harrison, Dylan Irish, Owen Register, Ashley Suggs, Hannah Wilkerson, Shelby
Christmas, Alexis Cowart, Caitlin Crawford, Logan Kaiser, Rikki Langston, Julia Rivest,
Shawn Sapp, Logan Campbell, Shelby Crews, Davis Knabb, Grant Peterson, Austin Rhoden,
Brian Hoffman, Micahl Ruise, Tucker Hart, Jordan Muncy, Jesse Regnier, Hunter Riggs, Ja-
cob Schmehl, Jordan Sommise.



MACCLENNY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Principal's List 4th Nine Weeks
1st Grade: Cameron Berg, Gabriel Cannon, Christian Crawford, Alyssa Giddens,
Madisyn Looby, Donneisha Wright, Billy Hines, Nicolas Langston, Tommy Ruise, Avery
Bryan, Allie England, Emma Gipson, Zac Gregory, Blane Griffis, Corben Hodges, Tucker
Kinghom, Larry Mulligan, Carson Padgett, Grace Raysor, Hailee Rodgers, Clayt Smith,
Gregory Barrios, Taylor Craft, Matthew Eldridge, Alayni Guidash, Dawson Yarborough,
Myles Finn, Savoy Jefferson, Lia Love, Sierra McCawley, Britney Lauramore, S.L. Johns,
Haleigh Beazzo, Shelbey Frits, Keiara Jackson, Nicholas Lee, Alyssa Thrift, Chesney Crouch,
Blake Dicks, Karli Harvill, Jarren Hodges, Nicholas Howell, Ty Kelly, Krystyn Kingsley,
Lucas Kish, Tara McDowell, Danae Miller, Mallory Morgan, Minh-Trang Nguyen, Chase
Nielsen, Mallory Tomlin, Savannah Harper, Jamnon Jones
2nd Grade: Mason Looby, Austin Starling, Michael Fisher, Austin Hartley, Madison Ken-
nedy, Elizabeth Pinkston, Hunter Brittain, Hannah Cain, Logan Combs, Tannis Crews, Zack
Crockett, Carley Gray, Jordan Griffis, Rena Howie, Lindsey Love, Hunter Meadows, Sydney
Raulerson, Will Rhoden, Tiffany Samaroo, Dakota Stitsinger, Chaise Taylor, Johnnie Sue
Williams, Jadyn Yarborough, Avery Canaday, Emily Coleman, Alyssa Guidash, Shelby King,
Eric Parker, Dalton Vonk, Anna Bowen, Cory Mills, Julianne Beasley, Erica Flakowicz, Em-
ily Gray, Brianna McElfresh, Dawson Williams, Savannah Crews
3rd Grade: Matthew Johns, Priscila Simon, Christian Thompson, Sydnee Watson, Colton
Yeager, Brianna Bryant, Zackary Carr, Dawson Fraser, Emily Harris, Ty Hartley, Jordan
Lauramore, Tyler Mash, Ricki Mitchell, Matthew Morgan, Savana Rhoden, Zachary Truluck,
Andrew Wilkinson, Caleb Griffin, Shea Robinson, Keith McLemore, Madison Fox

Honor Roll 4th Nine Weeks
1st Grade: Vera Baker, Isaiah Brown, Devin Smith, Curtis Harmon, Haley McCullough,
Ricky Johns, Carson Gray, Kyra Kent, Michelle Lin, Sierra Michell, Lacie Silguero, Cody
Barfield, Davonte' Brown, Ashley Paulson, Kallie Sowell, Roshell Collett, Angel David-
son, Kateyn Jay, Matthew McDonald, Alexandria Rollins, Jordan Vanvactor, Caleb Carroll,
Abigail Craven, Tristin Crews, Lacey Durham, Dalton Johnson, Jordyn Martin, Kelsey Ray,
Amber Ruise, Hunter Wilson, Cameron Blow, Sydney Brown, Tyler Fox, Danielle Hardin,
Reagan Wilds, TJ. Albaniel, Shelby Behm, Catey Cavannaugh, Chelsea Crockett, Elijah Ray-
bum, Mitchel Crain, Jayvon Howard, Kenny Davis, Noah Nelson, Jacob Teague, Elizabeth
DiPema, Destini Hires, Myra Kronz, Makenzie Rhoden, Selena Gonzalez, Karlee Nelson,
Jacob Angelo, Jacob Bollinger, Edward Franck, Jamyah Herring, Jessica Norman, Kaitlin
Padgett, Wesley Riley, Jalishia Ruise, Joseph Tedesco
2nd Grade: Steven Carey, Cassandra Guajardo, Ashlynn Johnson, Cody Karpf, Zoe
Reedy, Hunter Smallwood, Brenden Baker, Delaine Combs, Trista Gibson, Cheyanne Krauss,
Austin Mills, Cam'ron Mobley, Nicholas Phagan, Amber Thatcher, Jacob Thrift, Johnathon
Carter, Harrison Presta, Samantha Rabon, Hunter Shannon, Meagan Dugger, Jesse Taylor,
Hayley Cook, Caitlyn Fish, Rosie Helms, Shantenay Jackson, Will Livingston, Landen Nev-
ill, Emily Orender, Matthew Scott, Allison Theophile, Jacob Waltman, Kelley Hill, James
Barton, Amber Dash, Kaitlyn Davis, Austin Keene, James Phillips, Hunter Retcho, Peyton
Rewis, Emily Tedesco, Hayleigh Boatright, Kaylan Gaines, Marcus Harper, Taylor McNeil,
David Meyers, Makayla Tennison, Trestany Wilkerson, Dalton Crews, Siera Grimes, Emily
Johnson, Madison Morrison, Seth Davies, Donovan Terrell, Jasmine Henderson
3rd Grade: Brandon Beckenbaugh, Shayla Dearborn, Jaymie Gaines, Collyn Green,


James Reed, Caitlan Rose, Krissean Roundtree, Amber Simmons, Zachary Briner, Kolton
Conner, Jake Gibson, Kenny Hall, Jesse Hall, Shelby Johns, Cheyenne Monfort, Kasey We-
ber, Donavon Bryant, Hunter Davis, Kyle Davis, lan Finn, Melody Holt, Jeffery LaPointe,
Khalil Lee, Gabby Lee, Kelsey Owens, Brittany Webb, Christina Adams, Brittani Crockett,
Shania Hill, Peyton Howell, Danny Mathis, Daelyn Young, Jack Koburger, Jake Koburger,
Kate Meadows, Samuel Oyinloye, Ashton Ray, Grayson Wagstaff, Kelsea Crain, Johnnie Da-
vis, Crews Orender, Anthony Simmons, Alyssa Thompson, Steven Collingwood, Dillon Gill,
Kierstyn McKinney, Alex Neidermeier, Brooke Riley, Bailey Tyson, Tyler Brown, Michael
Grotton, Wilnesha Johnson, Peyton Keefer, Silvio Sotomayor


KELLER INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
Principal's List 4th Nine Weeks
4th Grade: Jacqueline Anderson, Amber Batten, Samantha Baxter, Catherine Brown,
Clayton Bureau, Grason Cain, Jacob Carter, Matthew Chisholm, Keith Combs, Haley Crews,
Kyle Crews, Baylee Croft, Brittany Delp, Ashleigh Dinkins, Sydney Dopson, James Ferguson,
Lexis Fortner, Damorian Galloway, Reginald Givens, Ashton Goethe, Travis Hall, Jessica Har-
rell, Apryl Harvey, Ridge Home, Autumn Johns, Jordan Kennedy, Laura Lee-Hayden, Mason
Loadholtz, Rachel Long, Emily Martin, Cody Mathis, Summer McCray, Ashley McDonald,
Blayne Merchant, Jacob Milton, Elizabeth Mosley, Hannah Nowlen, Angelica Paulson, Karlie
Payne, Madyson Perry Ruiz, Allee Pringle, William Raulerson, Gracemarie Rhoden, Hannah
Rodgers, Victoria Sapp, Julia Schatz, Jacob Sellers, Elizabeth Smith, Jacob Stalvey, Forrest
Waldron, Brandon Wheeler, Callie Wheeler, Brianna Whiting, Bakauri Williams, Donelle Wil-
liams, Videll Williams
5th Grade: Lawrence Albritton, Megan Anderson, Melissa Baker, Kelsey Berry, Breneisa
Bowman, Kayla Brown, Emily Collins, Mikki Evans, Palmer Ferguson, Hawke Forbes, Shayla
Givens, Grant Gregory, Anthony Griffis, Brandi Harrison, James Johns, Mason Mobley, Mal-
ory Osteen, Kiala Pigott, Kimberley Samaroo, Paige Smola, Sarah St. John, Sarah Strohmetz,
Kevin Thomas, Kathryn Thompson, Hunter Williams, Mackenzie Wingard

Honor Roll 4th Nine Weeks
4th Grade: Angel Allaire, Desirea Barton, Troy Beck, Jacob Bennett, Karrigan Benton,
Kyle Berg, Celeste Bourgois, Landon Boyette, Chelsea Brewer, Keyonna Burch, Morgan
Burnsed, Ryan Bumsed, Kristin Bussey, Matthew Butcher, Jaime Carroll, Tyler Chapman,
Mallory Chauncey, Dylan Clark, Courtney Combs, Paul Constable, Sydney Corbett, Frank
Crain, Brody Crews, Keltni Davis, Katherine Dewolfe, Tianna Dixon, Vomesha Donaldson,
Kaylyn Dyal, Rachel Edgy, Harvey Flanders, Taylor Gabbard, Elizabeth Gaines, Maegan
Gerace, Emily Givens, Megan Gombert, Kaitlin Hance, Brooke Hancock, Mitchell Hartley,
Brandon Harvey, Colby Hathcox, Dalton Higginbotham, Tasha Highland, Brandon Hodges,
Shannon Holmes, Natalie Home, Makayla Jefferson, Ethan Jenkins, Darchelle Johnson,
Zoe Johnson, Alia Jones, Savannah Kames, Molly Kerce, Cameron Kirby, Steve Kish, Tyler
Kreutz, Callie Lokey, Rebekah Long, Christopher Mattox, Thomas McElfresh, Melissa Mc-
Intosh, Brittany McSwain, Garrett Meister, Candace Miller, Maegan Mitchell, Levi Moats,
Jonathan Mobley, Allison Monds, Brooke Moorman, Tabetha Morrison, Maia Mosley, Rory
Nickles, Cody Nipper, Ryan Oakes, Tanner Orberg, Lailan Padgett, Trenton Perry, Tara Pick-
ett, Alexandria Pietrowski, Zachary Rafuse, Jarett Raulerson, Mark Ray, Cheyenne Regnier,
Zachary Rice, Corey Rife, Ethan Rivest, Tristan Robbins, Madison Roberts, Charles Ruise,
Kayla Sampley, Siearra Sanders, Jesslyn Sands, Cheyanne Schutt, Katelyn Scott, Sadie Sibley,
Brea Smith, Jacob Smith, Kayla Smith, Matthew Stafford, Kimberly Stoutenborough, Harley
Sullivan, Deanna Summey, Logan Taylor, Kaylee Thick, Blake Thomas, Joesph Thomas, Oak-
ley Waltman, Mya Whitehead, Dannielle Wilkerson, Ivy Williams, Cameron Wilson, Autumn
Wingate, Courtney Woods, Wyatt Worley, Charles Wright, Joan Yarborough, Taylor Yonn
5th Grade: John Adams, Ashton Adkins, Chelzie Alford, Kasey Alford, Whitney Alford,
Shelley Allen, Lewis Alligood, Kelsey Anderson, Dalaney Arabie, Austin Bailey, Evan Barrett,
Kyle Barron, Byron Barton, Jason Beasley, Taylor Becherdite, Candice Blanks, Curtis Boyd,
Tyler Braddy, Amy Bradley, Kelsey Brown, Aaron Burnsed, Lauren Butler, Hunter Chambers,
Timothy Chancey, Thomas Coker, Tyler Cole, Sarah Collins, Gage Combs, Meagan Conners,
Robert Cook, Kaitlyn Corder, Miranda Davis, Taylor Dopson, Dalton Dyal, Jenna Eckert,
Meghan Eiserman, Forrest Elledge, Sarah Famesi, Damian Ferguson, Keegan Ferguson, Mikal
Flores, Corey Francis, Katelyn Ginder, Glenna Godwin, Brian Goldsmith, Kristen Gray, Sara
Gray, Stephanie Griner, Reba Guin, Kayla Hancock, Taylor Hancock, Clara Harvey, Amber
Harvin, Abigail Hinson, Alan Hodges, Brittany Hodges, Brittni Hodges, Jennifer Hodges,
Kylie Holton, Jordyn Hunter, Nia Jackson, Branda Jarvis, Kristina Jasonek, Randall Johns,
Tiamara Johnson, Leah Kaufman, Jonathan Kirkland, Lexy Knabb, Ashli Knapp, Tyffany
Krausse, Shelby Kuhr, Michael Kuster, Justice Law, Macie Lawrence, Colton Lee, Caitlin
Mason, Rebekah McNeil, Chase Meadows, Shelby Mechum, Katelyn Medecke, Brandon
Miller, Cassie Miller, Cody Miller, Storm Miller, Bayleigh Moore, Kailey Murphy, Shelby
Murray, Lacey Nettles, Joshua Nichols, Brittany Norrell, Elizabeth Oakes, Kaden Orender,
Kelly Parker, Morgan Raley, Danielle Raulerson, Dylan Raulerson, Autumn Ray, Alexander
Register, Chelsea Rhoden, Kayla Rhoden, Latesha Robinson, Brian Rogers, Dillan Rowe,
Chelsea Sanderson, Breianna Sapp, Mikala Schaeffer, Zachary Shumate, Rachel Sibley, Lexie
Silguero, Matthew Smith, Brookelyn Starling, Kirsten Starling, Mason Sweat, Cody Taylor,
Genie Taylor, Shana Thomas, Madison Thompson, Jordan Turner, Stephanie Tvardos, Jolanda
Watts, Deeanna Weddle, Amber Welbom, Tyler Wendel, Clayton West, Hannah West, Jered
White, Sarah Wilkerson, Brandon Willis



8th graders honored at


awards program May 15


The Baker County Middle
School 8th grade awards pro-
gra' ~ as held on M1ay 15th. The
following awards were given.

President's List: Oliver Anderson,
William Baker HI, Ashley Brown-
lee, Brooklyn Bennet, Macy Bumsed,
Stormi Clouse, Rebekah Combs, Kari
Crummey, Robert Dyer, Emily Gibbs,
Ashley Gueltzow, Jordan Hand, Taylor
Hartley, Ellie Helms, Kara James,Brad-
ley Mareth, Charles Miller, Dale Muse,
Jamie Norman, Tyler Overstreet, An-
gelo Peterson, Melissa Rambo, Hamp-
ton Raulerson Jr., Rebecca Rhynehardt,
Nicole Ruise, Kevin Rumsey, Chelsey
Sampley, Anthony Shuman, Melissa
Staggers, Brandy Swords, Haley Tay-
lor, Jordan Taylor, Ashleigh Thick,
Cameron Thomas, Leah Wheeler, Sam-
uel Williams II
Reading Most Improved: Kiara Bat-
tles, Matthew Everett Jr., Kimberly
Harvey, Ashlee Martin, Peyton Parker
Math Most Improved: Jesse Beas-
ley, Shelby Greene, Brianna McIntosh,
Kaylee Morris
Reading Most Outstanding: Ryan
Bellovich, Jessican Hille, Willis.Hurst,
Amber Tassell, Zachary Thompson,
Kaleb White
PE Most Outstanding: Randall Cams,
Erin Kirkland
Band Most Improved: Kasie Carter
Perfect Attendance: Stormi Clouse,
Thomas Dorsey, Robert Dyer, Tym-
achee Givens, Taylor Hartley, Denzel
Mack, Rebecca Rhynehardt, Kevin
Rumsey, Brooke Smith
Band Most Outstanding: Rebekah
Combs
Peer Mediator: Lani Crabtree, Chris-
tian Crews, Jena Gross, Gabriel Pow-
ers, Johnathon Pressley
Science Most Outstanding: Kari
Crummey, Tiffany Edge, Ellie Helms,
Hampton Raulerson Jr., Kristopher
Smith
Hembree 'Most Improved: Ronald
Daniels
Exploratory Most Improved: James
Dinkins, Delaney Gainey
Most Outstanding: Kellie Dixon
Mack Attack Award: Blane Finley
Florida Writes! 5.5 pts, Lindsey Fish,
Ashley Raulerson, Leah Wheeler
Exploratory Most Outstanding: Billy
Folsom III, Bradley Mareth, Cameron
Thomas
Math Most Outstanding: Emily
Gibbs, Carlton Pender
Science Most Improved: Tymachee
Givens
Social Studies Most Improved: Gar-
rett Griffis, Ryan Rhoden
SSocial Studies Most Outstanding:
Lily Griffis, Taylor Hartley, Jessica
Herb, Nicole Ruise
Donna Kirkland Award: Jordan Hand
Principal's Award: Jordan Hand, Tay-
lor Hartley, Nicole Ruise, Melissa Stag-
gers, Haley Taylor, Cameron Thomas
D. Finley Most Outstanding: Desiree
Harris, Dannon Lee Jr
Top Reader: 205.6/AR pts. Breanna
Hembree
Language Arts Most Improved: Wil-
lis Hurst, James Jackson, Devon Paige,
Brooke Potts


FCA Award: Denzel Mack, Ashley
Tracy
'tvrPE Mostlmproved: EllisNStarling'Jr.
Gifted Most Improved: Justin Miller
Language Arts Most Outstanding:
Austen Steven, Haley Taylor
Gifted Most Outstanding: James Tay-
lor.

Thanks sponsors
Westside Elementary's 2nd
grade classes would like to thank
the sponsors that helped send
them to the Jacksonville Zoo by
helping to pay for the chartered
buses.
The sponsors include: Ed Fra-
ser Hospital, RA Video Pr6ducts,
Sheriff Joey Dobson, Wendys,
SETEL Communications, Shnd-
erson Pipe and Earthworks of
N.E. Florida.
The students spent the day
seeing many of the animals they
learned about in class. The trip
would not have been possible
without the financial support of
these contributors.
In addition, we would like to
thank the many chaperones that
helped make the day a huge suc-
cess..


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Prior graduate

scholarships
The Baker County Education
Foundation is pleased to offer
two prior graduate scholarships:
the Neil & Beatrice Kirkland
Scholarship and the Norma G.
Kirkland Scholarship. Applica-
tions are available at the Baker
County School District Office,
392 S. Boulevard E., Macclen-
ny. The deadline for submitting
applications is Wednesday, June
13,2007.
To meet eligibility criteria,
applicants must plan to attend a
college or some other post sec-
ondary training institution; be
a Baker county resident; have
graduated from high school or
have a GED diploma (3 years
prior to deadline application
date), demonstrate financial
need, complete 24 semester
hours or the equivalent within
24 months of receiving scholar-,
ship, seek training or studies in
a field that leads to employment
in that area of specialty, demon-
strate a personal commitment to
the completion of the program
of study or training and show
how this training will benefit
the general well being of Baker
County.
Preference for the Norma G.
Kirkland Scholarship will be
given to individuals pursuing a
,major in youth counseling, so-
cial work or business adminis-
tration.
The Foundation funds stu-
dents and employee scholarships
and teacher/school/district mini-
grants through donations made
through corporate policies; em-
ployee or other direct contribu-
tions, endowments, wills and
codicils, beneficiary insurance
policies, transfer of properties
and business interests. Contri-
butions are tax deductible. For
further information, please con-
tact Ann Burch or Glenn McK-
endree at 259-0428.


Adult basic ed testing
The adult basic ed test will be
given Thursday, May 24, 2007
at 9:00 am at the Family Service
Center adjacent to Keller Inter-
mediate School. The test fee is
$15 and you must bring the ex-
act amount. Registration begins
promptly at 9:00 am. Those ar-
riving late will not be admitted.
For more information, call
259-4110 or 259-0403.


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Mr. Burnsed and Ms. Conner Mr. Crews and Ms. Henson
Burnsed-Connerto To wedonJune 2nd


wed on Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Con-
ner of Glen St. Mary are pleased
to announce the upcoming mar-
riage of their. daughter Amanda
Renee to Christopher Shane
Bumsed. The groom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Burnsed of
Macclenny.
The ceremony will take place
Saturday, May 26 at 5:30 in the
afternoon at First Baptist Church
:of Glen St. Mary. The reception
'will immediately follow at The
Mathis House. All family and
'friends are invited to attend.

hanks to Moose Lodge
The GFWC Woman's Club
of Macclenny gives our heartfelt
:thanks to the local Moose Lodge
for the proceeds of the March 2
$Bingo night.
A check in the amount of $400
was presented to Joann Huk and
iCheryl Lunn from the Women
of the Moose for the meatloaf
;dinners served that night and a
'check for $451.75 was received
from the Men of the Moose for
the Bingo earnings to go to the
^American Cancer Society's Re-
lay for Life of Baker County.
We thank you all for your gen-
erous support.


Cheryl Davis of Old Town
and Bruce & Lisa Henson of
Live Oak and Lacy and Debbie
Crews of Baxter would like to
announce the upcoming mar-
riage of their children, Rebecca
D. Henson and Lance M. Crews.
The ceremony will be held
Saturday, June 2 at 5:00 pm at
Sanderson Congregational Holi-
ness Church. Friends and family
are invited to attend.
After a honeymoon in Ten-
nessee, the couple will reside in
Baxter.

Thanksforsupport
The women and men of the
Moose Lodge thank the busi-
nesses and community for their
support during the fund raiser for
Hospice Haven. This event was
held in honor of Paul O'Neil,
who lost his battle with cancer
early this year. This deadly dis-
ease strikes so many families in
our community that it is hard to
turn a deaf ear when we hear the
name hospice, no matter what
division.
Thanks also to the Moose
members who worked so hard
to make.this event happen. With
your hard work and communi-
ty's generosity we raised over
$4000 for this worthy cause.
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Starling reunion
The Abraham B. Starling
reunion will be held Sunday,
June 3 at the Lake Butler Com-
munity Center. All descendants
and friends of the late Abraham
B. Starling and Frances Griffis
Starling are invited to attend.
Lunch will be served at ap-
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uatries


John Bass Sr., 50,

dies on May 19
John Thomas Bass Sr., 50, of
Macclenny died May 19, 2007
at his residence. He was born
October 1, 1956 in Orlando to
Jack Bass and the late Wanita
Lockler.
He attend-
ed Florida
State and
was a self
employed
plumber
and owner
ofJohnBass
Plumbing, '
Inc. ""
J o h n
lived in
Bak er Mr. Bass
County
most of his life. He loved fish-
ing, horses, boating and was a
very outgoing person.
Survivors include his wife of
four years Regina Oakley Bass;
children John Thomas Bass,
Jr. (Donna) of Brooker, Tripp
Combs and Amber Combs, both
of Macclenny; brother Jack
Bass Jr., and sisters Ellen Wig-
gins, Becky Faircloth and Joann
Cooper; father Jimmy Cooper;
uncle Richard Bass; aunt Joyce,
and niece Gracie Jade Bass.
The funeral service will be
held May 25 at Vaughan-Guynn
Funeral Home in Fries, VA. at
2:00 pm. Local arrangements
are under the direction of V,
Todd Ferreira Funeral Services.

Dale Denmark,

BCSB employee
Dale Edward Denmark, 63,
died Wednesday, May 16, 2007
at his residence. He was born on
July 30, 1943 in Jacksonville,
FL. Mr. Denmark moved to
Macclenny in 1985 and worked
for the Baker County School
Board since 2001. He was'a
member of Evangel Temple
Assembly of God. He is prede-
ceased by his father Donald N.
Denmark and mother Rachael
C. Silcox.
Survivors include his daugh-
ters Tristan Dale Denmark of
Jacksonville, FL and Deborah
Lynn Abarrca of Georgia.
Arrangements were under
the direction of V, Todd Ferreira
Funeral Services.
SL Peters Anglican Fellowship
Minnesota Ave. Macclenny, Fla.
259-6256
Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Service -10:00 am


UndineJohns, 79,

dies in Melbourne
Undine Chisholm Johns, 79,
of Melbourne died May 18,
2007 at Holmes Regional Hos-
pital. She was born in Jackson-
ville January 28, 1928 to the
late Stanley and Lizzie Knabb
Chisholm. She was affiliated
with the First United Method-
ist Church of Macclenny. Mrs.
Johns was predeceased by her
husband, Lonnie Lyndon Johns.
Survivors include son Robert
S. Johns (Sharon) of Melbourne;
brothers Al Chisholm and Ran-
dolph Chisholm (Barbara) of
Macclenny; three grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.
A graveside service was
Tuesday, May 22 at North
Prong Cemetery with Rev. John
Hay officiating. Services were
under the direction of Brown-
lie-Maxwell Funeral Home in
Melbourne.

Family grateful
The family of Janice Darling
Magazu want to take this op-
portunity to thank family and
friends for comforting us in our
time of extreme sadness after
the loss of our loved one. The
most difficult aspect of our life
here on earth is giving up our
loved ones, but thank God for
family and friends standing be-
side us to make it easier. Thank
you for the food, flowers, cards,
prayers, your strong hands to
hold, an open ear to listen and
happy memories to share.
Please keep us in your pray-
ers.
THE FAMILY OF JANICE DARLING MAGAZU


GospelsingFriday
.Road .to.,,Calvary Church, in
Glen St. Mary will have a gospel
sing b'ii'Fiday, May 25 begin-
ning at 7:30 pm.
Snacks will be served after the
sing. Bring a friend and join the
fun.



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


Church conference
The Emmanuel Church of
God in Christ annual conference
is being held May 21-25 at 7:30
nightly, with the concluding ser-
vice at 11:30 am on May 27.
Special guests include the
New Jerusalem Church of God
in Christ, Faith Bible Church
and Community First Holiness
Church.
The host church is located at
450 South Blvd. in Macclenny.

Vacation Bible School
Highland First Baptist Church
in Lawtey will be holding its an-
nual vacation Bible school the
week of June 4-8 from 6:00-9:00
pm. The theme is "Game Day
Central". Ages Pre-K through
12th grade are invited to attend.
Kick-off and registration will
be held Saturday, June 2 from
10:00 am-noon. Drinks and
snacks will be served.


First Unitedu
SMethodist
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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
KJohn L. Hay, Jr., Pastor


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Every 4"Sunday Night Strvice 7:00 p.m.
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Pastor Tim Cheshire
Sunday School 945 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11-00 am
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 24, 2007 Page 13


$1000 award to Westside teacher
Third grade teacher Debbie Payne, 2006-07 Westside Teacher of the Year, ha
been chosen as the Wal-Mart Baker County Teacher of the Year. Brandon B
baugh, the Walmart Supercenter's manager, presented Ms. Payne recently
$1,000 check to purchase equipment for her classroom. The reading/languag
teacher says she will likely spend the money on a SmartBoard, a large inter
white board that attaches to a computer, then performs many of the function
computer. Ms Payne likens it to having an interactive easel connected to a
puter.
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is requesting a Special Exception at 104 E.
Macclenny Ave Suite B. for the purpose of
operating a church. The property is currently
zoned Central Business District (CBD), a church
would be allowed under a Special Exception.

Any support or objection may be heard at the
Zoning Adjustment Board meeting to be held on
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George Nelson
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Jacksonville, FL 32210


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. PA., 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., PA.,
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against yeoufor the
relieve demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
SWitness-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
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Registration of Fictitious Names
I, the undersigned, being duly sworn, do here-
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interested in the business or profession carried
on under the name of Down Home Granite, 95
Limann Road, Baldwin, Florida 32234 and the
extent of the interest of each is as follows:
NAME EXTENT OF INTEREST
*Henry Blaschke 90%
William Godwin 10%
William W. Godwin
Signature
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Signature
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF BAKER
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th
day of May, 2007.
AlIFraser
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DAVID J. CREWS and BONNIE Y.
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FRED E. GROSS, JR, AND BRENDA F. GROSS,
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Title on the following or,:peld in Baker County,
Florida: -
Starting at the Northwest corner of Section
S7,Township 1 Soitf;"Ringe21 East, Thence'
running South along Section line 660 feet or
to center line of Northwest %1 of Northwest
1/4; thence running East 730 feet to POINT
OF BEGINNING. Thence running South 660
feet or to the South line of Northwest /4 of
Northwest 14; thence running West 200 feet
along 1/4 line; thence running North parallel
with a4 liens 660 feet or to center line of /4;
thence running East 200 feet to the Point
of Beginning, Containing 3 acres more or
less, with a 30 foot road easement along
North Edge.
Shas been filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to it on FRANK E. MALONEY, JR., P.A., Attorney,
whose address is 445 East Macclenny Avenue,
Macclenny, Florida 32063; (904) 259-3155, within
thirty (30) days after the first publication of the no-
tice and on or before the 18th day of June, 2007,
and to file the original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on FRANK E. MALONEY, JR.,
PA., 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 16 day of May, 2007.
T. A. "AL" FRASER
CLERK OF COURT
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk


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Running back Greg Williams (24) goes down after rushing the ball Friday night. He was the victim of one of many vicious hits doled out by the defense.


Coach likes hard-hitting scrimmage


"In my five years coach-
ing here I haven't seen the hit-
ting I saw Friday night," Coach
Ron Lee commented about last
week's Red and White scrim-
mage at Memorial Field.
Intensity was the watchword
of the game. The Wildcats had
been prepared to play Columbia
High before the smoke from the
forest fires cancelled the game in
Lake City. As a result, they took
it out on each other.
"There are a lot of kids banged
up, but nobody injured," said
Lee. "They were hitting until the
last play of the game."
Lee was enthusiastic about
the way the players approached
the game. They didn't treat it like
a scrimmage and brought game-
time intensity to the pitch. "There
were bodies flying around out
there."
On a coaching level, Lee is ex-
cited by the play of the offensive
line. One clear indication of the
strength of the line play is how
effectively the running backs are
moving the ball.
"We have a stable of running
backs," said Lee. "They are all


running the ball well. A lot of
that is because the line is playing
so well."
It isn't that the defensive line
is struggling; in fact, Coach
Lee is confident that the line is
up from last year. It's just that
this year's offensive line is very
physical and is pushing defend-
ers around and opening holes for
the backs.
Quarterback Carlos Holton is
also impressing. With a year's
experience under his belt, Holton
has the fundamentals down pat
and is able to concentrate on the
nuances of head coach Bobby
Johns' offense. His accuracy is
way up.
"We threw the ball a lot on
Friday," said Lee. "I bet Carlos
connected on 20 of 30 passes."
The receivers were catching the
ball well and Lee liked the Work
of Ike Parker over the middle.
Holton will continue to work
on the passing game this sum-
mer. Johns is looking at several
passing camps and his quarter-
back will be ready to excel.
The Cats will continue to
work on strength drills all sum-


mer. Coach Johns is a great be-
liever in conditioning and wants
to be sure that his players are in


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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.


If you are a baseball fan, the
Jacksonville Baseball Grounds is
the place for you this week. The
Suns are on the road and the best
of college baseball has moved
into the locker rooms.
The games start early on
Wednesday with NC State tak-
ing on Virginia at 10:00 am. The
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will
take on UNC at 1:00 pm. Miami
faces off against Clemson at 4:00
pm followed by the Wake For-
est Demon Deacons matching
up with the number-one ranked
Florida State Seminoles.
The second round kicks off on
Thursday with the Cavaliers of
Virginia facing off against Geor-
gia Tech at 4:00 pm. UNC and
NC State will play at 7:00 pm.
On Friday, Clemson and
Wake take the field at 4:00 pm.
FSU and Miami will match up in


a game featuring two traditional
rivals at 7:00 pm.
The third round kicks off at
10:00 am on Saturday with Tech
and NC State. UVA and UNC
will square off in a game featur-
ing #3 vs #2. FSU and Clemson
will play at 4:00 pm in a battle of
traditional baseball powers.
Wake and Miami play at 7:00,
and the championship game is at
1:00 pm Saturday.
The Seminoles are in a good
spot, but have two tough oppo-
nents in Miami and Clemson.
Miami has annually been a tough
team for FSU to beat in baseball.
As for Clemson, the Tigers have
been to the college world series a
lot and if FSU slips up, it might
well be against Clemson.
Call 358-2846 for ticket infor-
mation.


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'Team Inferno'captures division title atDrew Park Invitational..
Pictured above are nine members of a 16-member men's softball squad from Baker County that defeated the Journeymen from
Jacksonville Sunday for the trophy in a 14-team meet. The team consisted of (front with trophy) Dustin Combs, Jeffery Leonard,
Jason (Peanut) Leonard, (top) Shine Leonard, Jack Leonard, John Staples, James Leonard, Jamie Rodgers and Henry Weeks.
Missing are Brian Leonard, Adam Home, Brian Dunmire, Ernie Bell, Dave Thomas and Rick Peacher. The tournament was held
at Drew Park on the southside.


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paid in advance, and be in our office
no later than 4:00 pm the Monday
preceding publication, unless other-
wise arranged in advance. Ads can
be mailed provided they are accom-
panied by payment and instructions.
They should be mailed to: Classified
Ads, The Baker County Press, P.O.
Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063. We
cannot assume responsibility for
accuracy of ads or notices given over
the telephone. Liability for errors in all
advertising will be limited to the first
publication only. If after that time, the
ad continues to run without notifica-
tion of error by the person or agency
for whom it was published, then that
party assumes full payment respon-
sibility. The Baker County Press
reserves the right to refuse advertis-
ing or any other material which in
the opinion of the publisher does not
meet standards of publication.


2003 Jayco Quest pop-up camper,'
$3700 OBO. 275-2482. 5/17-24p
Daylilies are blooming at Sands Farm.
North 23A to Bob Kirkland Road, left
mile. 259-6891. 5/17-31 p
Living room set with recliner, $100;
dining room set, $250; waterbed, $25;
bedroom set, $300. 259-6292. 5/24p
Joe Weider weight bench and weights,
$100. 904-993-6522. 5/24p
Brand new Sears water softener sys-
tem, $585. Free installation. Good used
appliances. 90 day money back guaran-
tee. 266-4717. 4/12-5/31,p
3X24 tt.,29 gauge, metal roofing; 2x6,
44 ft., load bearing, trusses. 334-6695.
5/3-31p
Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic,
$199. 904-398-5200. 11/2tfc
Millermatic 250 mig welder with spool
gun adapter, very good condition, no
bottle, $700. 904-536-5974. 5/24p
Bed, beautiful temp-pedic memory
foam mattress & boxsprings, new in
plastic, with warranty, retail $950, must
sell $379, can deliver. 904-858-9350.
11/2tfc
1212 ft. aluminum john boat on trailer
with 42 HP outboard, new depth finder,
40 Ib. thrust trolling motor, $700. Call
259-1707 after 5:00 pm. 5/24p
King pillowtop, new with warranty,
$289, can deliver. 904-391-0015.
11/2tfc
Joe Weider weight machine w/weights,
$40; computer desk, 5' long x 4'8" high
x 2' wide, $40; old school teachers desk,
5'x 2'10" w, $20; Roper washer & dryer,
good shape, $150; window A/C unit,
used only 2 weeks, $75; two computer
monitors, $25 each; two dresser draw-
ers, $10 each; 3 office/desk chairs, $10
each; dark cherry coffee & 2 end tables,
$50; 2 dark brown recliners, leather,
$150 & $75; 2 dark gray sofas, 7' & 5',
1 year old, very little use, $1400 new,
sell for $600; dark cherry entertainment
center, 5'10" long, 4'4" high, 18" wide,
$75; 27" RCA TV, recently upgraded for
high definition stations, $125; pillow
top mattress & boxspring, Simmons
Back Care, $75; Entertainment center,
70" high, 32" wide, 15" deep, $25; plus
lots of Christmas stuff, some curtains,
21" lawn mower, used 3 times; 25" alu-
minum extension ladder, $75; Brindle
Pit Bull, stud fee $200, AKC registered.
904-408-9498. 5/24p
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china.cabinet, buffet, all mahogany, can
be seen at Southern Charm. 259-4140.
12/9tfc
Visit The Franklin Mercantile, we have
an amazing array of antiques, collect-
ibles and home accessories in a charm-
ing, historic landmark. Call 259-6040.
3/1tfc
Marble table with 6 chairs from Italy,
new $3000; a steal for $900. 259-
3747. 5/24p


Solid maple trundle bed w/mattress, Chihuahua puppy, 9 weeks old, $150
desk, chest, nightstand, $475; new tap- cash only. 674-3252. 5/24p
estry "Lady in Red", 392 x 51" w/rod, Boxer puppies, M/F, 8 weeks old, 1st .. i:L
$80. 259-9787. 5/24p shots, wormed, tails docked, dewclaws YGERSSAL
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs, removed, health certificate. 904-483- .G Midtown Center Flea Market will be held on
very ornate,.fluted legs, rare; half round 8387 (day) or 275-2685 (evenings). AL. the 1st Saturday evening, 5:00-8:00 pm, for the
foyer console. All pieces are mahogany 5/24p 'months of June, July, August & September. This
wood. Southern Charm. 259-4140. TAGS way we can avoid the heat of the day. For infor-
2/3tfc nation call, Kathleen at 904-994-5595 or stop by
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece, The Ivy Cottage, Wednesday-Friday 10:00-3:00 .
excellent condition. Southern Charm
9 a-414an 12//tf Open 5 days/week, 9:00 am-2:00 pm, 121


Dune buggy, 150 Sanara Kinroad w/
lights and reverse, well maintained,
$1500 firm. Call Buddy at 653-1237.
5/24p
Solid wood cherry sleigh bed with mat-
tress & boxsprings, retail $950, sac-
rifice for $395, can deliver. 904-858-
9350. 11/2tfc
9'x7' metal garage door, all hardware
included, $100. 904-339-3650 or 275-
2712. 5/24p
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. tfc





2005 Honda 600 Shadow motorcycle,
windshield, saddlebags, low miles,
$6000. 259-5456 or 509-7335.
5/24-31 p
1994 Buick LaSabre, doesn't run, needs
work, $400 OBO. 259-7523. 5/24p
1990 Ford Taurus, runs great, new tires,
new radiator, $800. 275-2691 or 904-
209-5790. 5/24p
1998 Buick LeSabre, loaded, excellent
condition, 28 mpg, $4900 OBO; 2000
Ford F350, crew cab, diesel, $15,900.
904-591-2916. 5/24c
1999 Firebird, V6, loaded, 109,000
miles, $6000 OBO. 904-219-3210.
5/17-24p
399.0 Olds.V6, low miles on engine; en-
gine/motor crane, $2500. 571-0913.
5/24p





Need a little extra cash? Low cost
business opportunity with residual in-
come. 904-899-3000. 5/24-6/14p
Christian childcare in my home,
Monday-Friday, 6:00 am-6:00 pm,
hot meals & snacks, 21 years experi-
ence, licensed, newborn-6 years. Cathy
Thomas 259-3678. 5/24p
Gwen's Handyman Service. Repairs,
painting, carpentry, general mainte-
nance. Free estimates. 259-9128.5/17p
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





Chihuahua puppies, health certificate,
2 males, 1 female, $250 each. 912-843-
8256. 5/24p
Two Bassett Hounds, male & female,
$100 each. 903-339-3650 or 275-4
2712. 5/24p
Tiny pampered puppies. New selec-
tion! L&L Kennels. Website: www.free-
webs.com/lbs24/; email: Inl_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


Found: Chihuahua mix, female, brown,
found on Hwy 121, friendly. Call & iden-
tify 259-4231. 5/24p





Notice to readers:
The newspaper often publishes classified
advertising on subjects like work-at-home,
weight loss products, health products.
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
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
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
Hygienist needed. Temporary dental
hygienist for office of Dr. George Weeks
needed Monday-Thursday from 7:30
am-5:00 pm. Please call 904-259-4649
for further information. Fax resume to
904-259-5926 or email to drweeksl@
nefcom.net 5/24c
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service needs
experienced full time lawn maintenance
worker with valid Florida drivers license.
259-7335. 3/23tfc
SRN/Treatment team coordina-
tor. Northeast Florida State Hospital
(NEFSH) in conjunction with Baker
County, is recruiting to fill a SRN/
Treatment Team Coordinator position
for individuals requiring skilled care.
This is a county position with county
benefits and salary will be commensu-
rate with experience. You may apply in
person at NEFSH, Human Resources,
Administration Building #1, 7487 South
SR 121, Macclenny, FL 32063. Contact
Jenelle Holt at 904-259-6211 ext. 1157
for application and/or information.
5/24-31 c
Senior Clerk-Nursing Dept. Northeast
Florida State Hospital (NEFSH) in con-
junction with Baker County, is recruit-
ing to fill a senior clerk position for spe-
cialized medical units. This is a county
position with county benefits and salary
will be commensurate with experience.
Typing test required. You may apply in
person at NEFSH, Human Resources,
Administration Building #1, 7487 South
SR 121, Macclenny, FL 32063. Contact
Jenelle Holt at 904-259-6211 ext. 1157
for application and/or information.
5/24-31 c


HUGE 6 FAMILY
YARD SALE
Friday, Saturday & Monday
8:00 am until
18680 Normandy Blvd.,
Maxville, follow signs
Lots of very nice clothing
sjzes 12-18
Electronic Equipment
Household Items
Furniture Baby Items
Much More!
289-9586


North, 5 miles on left. Lots of treasures & pro-
duce.
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-3:00 pm, 7598 South Yel-
low Pine Circle, off north end of Bob Burnsed Road in Glen. 2000
Honda Accord XLS, V6: child's battery riding 1 wheel Kawasaki;
floral depression pitcher/glasses: wooden wash tub stand; Morris
chair; matching antique oak rockers: wood potty: oak chairs; beauti-
ful wardrobe: old cigarette maker, wood butter mold, tin spice box,
match holders, bottles, brass horn, crated water bottle, scrub board,
slaw cutter, rug beater, condiment set, Cosco step stool, printer
trays, LIFE magazines, etc.: 50s stroller, American prescut table
service; oak buffet: mahogany trim sola: cast iron: small appliances:
desk; end tables: round table; copier: air compressor; tools: two man
saw: ceiling fan: light fixtures: Fenton perfume bottle: glassware &
kitchen items (some old); bowls: free clothes; and much more. New
things tor each sale. If rains, call 259-4279 to see if open. The lady
from Baxter that purchased the A/C, please call.
Thursday. Friday & Saturday 8:30 am-5:00 pm, 26438 CR 250,
Taylor across from firehouse. Moving & yard sale. Lots of furniture,
tools, many many things.
Friday 9:00 am-?, 4209 Hickory St.. Macclenny II. Mens & ladies
clothes, electronics, games, jewelry.
Friday 9:00 am-3:00 pm, 7722 Old Nursery Road. 2 Hot Wheels
4 wheelers, 2 Hot Wheels motorcycles, 2 car seats, camper, boat,
clothes, books, china.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, In backyard of 702 Short Putt Drive.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, 573 Timberland Dr. Baby & kids
clothes, speakers & amps. lots of miscellaneous.
Saturday 7:00 am-?. Cuyler Fire Station, CRs 125 & 127. 4 families.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm, 4453 Birch St. Alot of men's
things, tools, stop light, golf cart, car covers, some miscellaneous
items.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, 7316 Mudlake Road. Household
items, toys, baby items, clothes.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm, Hwy 90, 1 mile west of Glen
to 23C, go to 4 way stop, turn right, 1st trailer on right. Lots of great
bargains.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm, 213 N. 6th St. Dell printer &
scanner, piano, fish tank. Home Interior, Princess House, adult &
kids clothes, etc.
Friday & Saturday 10:00 am-3:00 pm, Movie Gallery, 451 S. 6th St.
Sidewalk side, proceeds go to Hospice. Kids & adult clothes, knick
knacks. Home Interiors.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-3:00 pm, Allen Acres Road, 1st road
past Wal-mart DC, follow signs. Clothes of all sizes, toys, household
items, miscellaneous, movies, books, etc. Multi-family.
Saturday 8:30 am-?. 10 W. Ohio, Lot 4. Nothing over $5. Everything
clean, like new.
Saturday 8:00 am-5:00 pm. Smokey Road, follow signs. 5 families.
Big sale.
Saturday & Sunday, May 26 & 27. June 1 & 2, 7:00 am-7:00 pm,
515 Eloise St. Moving sale.
Sunday 9:00 am-noon, 1291 Copper Creek Drive.
Thursday & Friday 8:00 am-2:00 pm, 7349 W. Madison St., Glen.


Housing Inspector needed. Makes
housing inspections, writes specifica-
tions for work to be performed and
assists approved contractors for Nassau
and Baker counties. Requirements
include high school graduate or equiva-
lent, 3 years experience making esti-
mates and costing out jobs, valid Florida
driver's license and MVR as required by
the agency, must be able to work with
and get along with people and com-
municate effectively with people, espe-
cially disadvantaged residents. Send
applications/resumes to NFCAA, Attn:
HR Dept., 4070 Boulevard Center Drive,
4500 Building, Suite 200, Jacksonville,
FL 32207 or fax to 904-398-7480.
Closing date for applications is 6/1/07.
5/24c


Pier 6 Seafood now acceting applica-
tions 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.
5/24p


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Kennel person needed, part-time with
full-time potential, weekends & holidays
required. Apply at Macclenny Veterinary
Clinic. 5/24p
Higginbotham's Towing is now taking
applications for employment of Class A
& B CDL. Apply at 7611 W. Mt. Vernon
St., Glen St. Mary,FL. 5/24c
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
Experienced pipe/track hoe operator
needed, minimum five years experience.
Apply in person at Earthworks of N.E.
Florida. 904-653-2800.. 5/24tfc
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 commensu-
rate 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
Mental Health Security Chief SES,
position number 60009542. Northeast
Florida State Hospital, in Macclenny,
Florida is seeking a Mental Health
Security Chief, responsible for manag-
ing, directing, planning, implementing
and supervising the security enforce-
ment and investigative activities for a
large state mental health institution.
Broadband salary range: $28,093.00-
$73,007.22. Hours: 8:00 am-4:30 pm.
Please view minimum qualifications and
duties; apply online at https://people-
first.myflorida.com. 5/24c
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
Northeast Florida State Hospital and
Baker County are in contract agreement
to recruit and select qualified applicants
for the following position: Senior Clerk
(Medical Records). Selected applicants
will be hired as county employees, eli-
gible for county benefits. The physical
location of employment will be on site at
NEFSH. Salary will be determined based
upon applicable positions, experience
and education. Applications and posi-
tion information (class, specifications
and position ds(rripiori) are available
to pick up at NEFSH, Human Resources,
Administration Building Room #17,
7487 South SR 121, Macclenny, FL
32063, 904-259-6211 ext. 1753 and fax
904-259-7104. The position will post in
accordance with Baker County posting
requirements for a period of 14 days.
Posting will begin on Thursday, May 17,
2007 and will close on Thursday, May
31,2007. A faxed resume can be accept-
ed. A county application and the position
information mailed upon receipt of con-
firmed fax. Note: Applications cannot be
considered after the closing date of May
31,2007. 5/24c
Two dump truck drivers needed with
asphalt experience, $13 per hour. 904-
334-8739. 5/17-6/7p
Northeast Florida State Hospital and
Baker County are in contract agreement
to recruit and select qualified appli-
cants for the following position: Mental
Health' Security Specialist/Security
Dept. Preference will be given to appli-
cants retaining Basic Recruit Training
Course (CTI) and certificate must be
provided. Selected applicants will be
hired as county employees, eligible for
county benefits. The physical location
of employment will be on site at NEFSH.
Salary will be determined based upon
applicable position, experience and
education. Applications and position
information (class specifications and
position descriptions) are available to
pick up at NEFSH, Human Resources,
Administration Building Room #10,
7487 South SR 121, Macclenny, FL'
32063, 904-259-6211 ext. 1175 and fax
904 259-7104. The position will post in
accordance with Baker'County posting
requirements for a period of 14 days.
Posting will begin on Monday, May 21,
2007 and will close on Monday, June 4,
2007. A faxed resume can be accepted.
A county application and the position
information mailed upon receipt of con-
firmed fax. Note: Applications cannot be
considered after the closing date of June
4, 2007. 5/24c





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1 acre lot +/-, 4630 North Forty Circle,
$49,500. 904-262-6752. 5/3-24p
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
5 acres with 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide,
$104,900. 904-591-2916. 5/24c
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 construction. 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
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. 5/10tfc
Open house, May 26 and 27. 515 Eloise
Street, Macclenny, 4 BR, 2 BA house,
$5000 towards closing, $182,500. 904-
229-7666. 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
8.39 acres w/well & septic, 1 mile north
of Sanderson on CR 229, $96,500.
Owner financing available. 904-813-
S1580. 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
5 BR, 2 BA doublewide and 3 BR, 2
BA doublewide on 5 acres located by
Sanderson Pipe on Lewis Rhoden Trail
& Arnold Rhoden Road. Both are cur-
rently rented. Use as investment or live
in one and rent the other, $145,000.
259-9066. 5/24-6/14p
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
Macclenny Land-Home package. New
1579 SF, 3 BR, 2 BA upgraded Satina
kitchen package & more on 1.5 shaded
acre on the St. Mary's River. $135,000.
259-8028. 5/24-6/14c
FSBO. Copper Creek Hills, Unit III, 2
large lot $65,000 each, 1 lot @ $55,000.


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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
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consideration given to applicants with an
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Skill in using Excel spreadsheets and MS
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benefits
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College application required. Position details
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Inquiries: Human Resource Development
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149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
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Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Southern
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VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education &
Employment


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/lffc
Two story brick antebellum home, 1.9
acres, 2900 SF, 3 BR, 2 full baths, two 2
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). 5/10tfc
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. 5/10tfc
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
Five acres, high & dry, with singlewide
mobile home, $89,000. 653-1656.5/24c
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
For sale or lease. Beautiful country
setting. Approximately 3200 SF, 2 story
brick & vinyl, 3 BR, 2 BA on 42 acres.
Convenient to 1-10. Large eat-in kitchen
with appliances, Florida room spacious
bedrooms, home office, 9 ft. ceilings,
crown mplding, fireplace, 2 car garage.
1000 sf RV & boat storage. Call 904-
545-6087 for more information.5/24tfc
4 BR, 2 BA mobile home on 1 acre;
close to city limits, $110,000. Call 259-
6710 or 219-8089. 5/24p





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,
$1175/month. 813-505-0030.5/17-24p
2 BR mobile home in Baldwin, $200/
week, no deposit. 910-5434 cell, Nextel
160*123211*2. 5/24c
New 3 BR, 2 BA brick home on .5 acre
in Macclenny, all electric appliances,
$2250 security deposit, $1500/month.
Please call 259-3343 weekdays between
9:00 am-5:00 PM. 5/17tfc
3 BR, 1 BA mobile home. Call Debra at
259-9977. 5/24p
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
4 BR doublewide on 2 acres, fenced
yard and garden space, $900, 1st and
last month plus deposit. 259-3747.
5/24p
3 BR, 1 BAhome on .5 acre in Macclenny.
All electric appliances; $850 security
deposit, $850/month. Please call 259-
3343 weekdays between 9:00 am-5:00
pm. 3/22tfc
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
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


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 large
city lot, newer roof, fresh paint inside, central
heat/ac, fenced 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 fenced, $199,999
BAKER COUNTY MLS#312559 5 acres private
and partially cleared. Ready for your home.
$79,000
BRICK-MACCLENNY- MLS#346143 Brick
4BR/2BA on .27 acre w/privacy fence, 3 yr roof,
storage building, & large backyard. Immaculate!
$15.9,900
ROOM TO ROAM! MLS#354214 On this 4.8
acres, 2500 sq ft cedar hm w/in-law suite. A
Must See! $339,900
GORGEOUS ALL BRICK MLS#359585 4BR/
3BA, huge kit & formal dng rm, 3000 sq ft hm
that backs up to a Preserve, $295,000


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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14x80 singlewide, 3 BR, 2 BA, good
condition, $12,000 OBO. 904-571-
8610. 5/3-24p
2007 Entertainer, 32x80, 4 BR, 2 BA @
$71,900 including delivery, setup, fire-
place, smooth top, built in microwave,
dishwasher, side-by-side w/ice maker,
upgraded carpet, TV, surround & more.
Yarborough Mobile Homes. Low price
leader 259-8028. 5/24-6/14c
1990 Fleetwood doublewide, 3 BR, 2
BA, living room, dining room, kitchen,
new heat pump, metal roof, $15,000
OBO. You move must sell. 259-2749
or 361-8296 cell. 5/24p
2001 doublewide mobile home,
approximately 2100 SF, 3 BR, 2 BA with
large garden tub, living room/family
room w/fireplace, large kitchen w/work
island, open floor plan w/split levels,
inside laundry room, excellent condi-
tion, $45,000. 259-8363 or 509-2429.
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Nice wood deck. Fenced yard. Located near US 90 and 1-10 in Glen St. Mary.
$109,000
Reduced- Ten 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, 1Vz 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.
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 ar garage and porch. Master
suite with walk-in c lavatories, tub and shower.
Central heat and air. m,900
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
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
land for $1.3 million.


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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
REDUCED-QUICK SALE MLS#320233 03'DW hm
w/almost 1 acre Baldwin. Enjoy large shed w/elec &
garden tub to relax in after work. $109,000
"MOVE WEST YOUNG MAN!" MLS# 367846 Come hm
to this 3BR/2BA Fleetwood DW on .98 acres. Enjoy large
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 V2 pond. $42,000
BRICK HOME ON 1 ACRE MLS#371003 3BR/2BA
immaculate condition, 4 yrs old, deluxe BA, split BR &
much more. $254,900


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.
Near high & elementary school in Glen. 1400+ SF manufactured
home on 100x130 lot. 2000 model 3 BR/2 BAwith central heatand air. Nice
starter home in convenient location. $120,000
Estate -36.54 acres with /4 mile frontage on river. Estate sized home is
3200 SF heated & cooled. 4 BR, 2V2 BA, fireplace, formal dining room,
breakfast nook, game room, office and many other amenities. 'Po 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.
Home with detached Office/Beauty Shop Nice 3 BR,
2 BA 2 story stucco home on 2 acres. 2336 +/- SF with former.
beauty shop building. Zoned for two homes. Large stone fireplace,
ceramic tile floors, paved driveway and parking, above ground
poolwith pool house, chain link fencing, carport and detached
garage. Nice for someone who needs a home with an office,
beauty shop, barber shop, etc. Affordably priced at $249,700. Will
sell home with one acre lot for $215,000.


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INVESTMENT MLS#360088, $75,000; MLS#360062,
$50,000; MLS#360031, $50,000; MLS#360050,
$50,000 4 mbl hms on V2 acre lots in Sanderson, may
be purchased according to MLS or as a whole, currently
rented @ 2,150 monthly.
'REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE MLS#320233 2003 D/W
w/almost 1 acre in Baldwin, garden tub & sep. shower
double sinks m/BA & large shed. $109,000
BEAUTIFUL 9.5 ACRES MLS#370994 9.5 acres on
paved rd, zoned agricultural, horses welcomed and
you are too! Call today to make this your new home.
$145,000
COMMERCIAL MLS#368711 1421 sq ft on .59 acres,
zoned residential/commercial, great location near 295
for small business. $230,000


ANOTHER BEAUTY! MLS#359232 Full brick
3BR/2BA new construction, split plan, large fam
rm, large mstr ba that sits on 1:1 acre. Great
area! $291,800
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
ACREAGE MLS#341513 3.5 acres locatedjust
35 miles fm Jacksonville, mobile home allowed,
$49,900
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,
fenced yrd, $145,000
COMMERCIAL FOR SALE- MLS#360641 13-
14 acre parcel has railroad access, large 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
COZY HOME MLS#363976 3BR/2BA, 1438 sq
ft, heated fam rm/den w/frplc could be 4'" BR,
new kit cab & Berber carpet, scrnd bck porch
w/fenced 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
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







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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 24, 2007 Page 18


SDelinquent 2006 Property Tax Supplement



HE BAKER COUNTY p Published May 17, 24 and 31, 2007


Delinquent Property Taxes Instructions on Identifying P

Property Parcel Number (PPN)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 1st day of June, 2007 at Example: (PPN) 01-1S-22-1001-0102-0010

the hour of eight-thirty A.M. at the Baker County Administration 01-Represents the Section where the property is located.

Building, 55 North 3rd Street, in Baker County, City of 1S-Represents the Township where the property is located.
S o F T S C w b 22-Represents the Range where the property is located.
Macclenny, State of Florida, Tax Sale Certificates will be sold 1001-Represents the Subdivision where the property is located.

on the following described land to pay the amount due for the 0102-Represents the Block where the property is located.

2006 taxes herein set opposite the same, together with all 0010-Represents the Lot where the property is located.

advertising costs of sale. See current tax roll for complete legal des
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PPN 01-1N-19-0000-0000-0030
DODD FRANKLIN

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

PPN 15-1N-19-0000-0000-0010
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 EUZABETH 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-19-0000-0000-0061 HX 12
WASHINGTON CYNTHIA LORETTA

PPN 21-3S-19-0000-0000-0080 13
WILLIAMS JAMMAL

PPN 21-3S-19-000-0000-0100 14
ROLLINS TOMMY

PPN 21-3S-19-0000-0000-0121 15
MAXWELL METRIC

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
DUKES PEGGY ANN

PPN 22-3S-19-0000-0000-0050 (.':"22',
DUKESVE. ,S

PPN 27-3S-19-0000-0000-6022 F 23'
ROLUNS TOMMYLEE&ETAL

PPN 27-3S-19-0000-0000-0023 24
ROLLINS TOMMYL

PPN 27-3S-19-0000-0000-0040 25
TISDALE RALPH & ETAL
INSTALLMENT

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

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
RUSSELL VERDELL 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
ELLIS 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& TIFFANY

PPN 29-3S-19-0000-0000-0100 HX 39
BARTON CLIFTON JR &ALYSSA M

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

PPN 29-3S-1 9-0000-0000-0332 41
NAUGHER TERRI 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
KENT THOMAS B & MARY E

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

PPN 29-3S-19-0058-0005-0010 NHX" 48
WERBA BRIAN K &

PPN 29-3S-19-0059-0000-0060 NHXY 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 26-1N-20-MINR-0000-0070 52
JAMES LILLY TRUSTEE

PPN 26-1N-20-MN-0000-0080 53
COWAN MALS IPC

PPN 28-1N-20-0000-000-0040 54
JORDAN GARYE & DONNA L

PPN 34-1N-2-0000-0000- -0015 56
CANADAY MITCH


1 PPN 34-1N-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 35-1N-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

8 PPN01-1S-20-0000-0000-0027 HX 64
$503.66 FINLEY KEVIN H & DOROTHY B

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

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

PPN 01-1S-20-0104-0000-0151 HX 67
$755.99 ROSIER DONALD F SR & LENOR M

PPN 01-1S-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

PPN 02-1S-20-0000-0000-0125 HX 72
$117.35 KINGBIRD MAURICE &TAMMY

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

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

PPN02-1S-20-0172-0001-0020 HX 75
$163.65 SMITH MELVIN & VIRGINIA

PPN 02-1 S-20-0172-0002-0020 76
$182.01 CAMPBELL LAWRENCE W JR &

PPN 03-1 S-20-0000:0000-0043 77
$1,402.07 TAYLOR CLAYTON EDWARD &

PPN 03-1 S-20-0000-0000-0183 HX 78
$N.VSM8 TAYLOR FRANKLIN D R &FARY L .00

"" 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 & ETAL

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

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

$204.53 PPN03-1S-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 10-1 S-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 10-1 S-20-0002-0000-0090 88
CRAWFORD ARNOLD R & DIANE

$249.56 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0150 ,89
DOOLEY JOSEPHE

$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 11-1S-20-0000-0000-0035 96
CRAWFORD LEAMON & OLMA H

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

$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 PPN 11-1S-20-0000-0000-0055 HX 100
HATHCOX MICHAELA &

$19.36 PPN 11-1S-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 S-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
LEPEAW 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 DAVIDJ

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

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

$1,179.41 PPN 29-1S-2D-0-0036-0400-0010 112
YARBOROUGH RURIFUS DANIEL JR &


PPN 29-1S-20-0036-0402-0020 113
$145.60 CHASON RUSSELL W & JANE R

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

PPN 29-1S-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 29-1S-20-0036-0402-0080 117
$474.83 DODD FRANKLIN

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

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

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

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

PPN 26-2N-20-0000-0000-0035 HX 124
$831.96 GAINEY FLETCHER A & MELONEY L

PPN 22-2S-20-0000-0000-0022 *HX* 125
$95.25 HAINES LULA BELLE

PPN23-2S-20-0000-0000-0010 HX 126
$1,341.29 GRIFFIS DONNIE M SR & JANICE S

PPN 23-2S-20-0000-0000-0025 127
$979.63 DUGGER JOHN JACKSON JR

PPN 23-2S-20-0000-0000-0035 128
$718.79 LORD EARL JR

PPN 24-2S-20-0000-0000-0051 HX 129
$279.63 LONG WINDEL WAYNE

PPN 25-2S-20-0000-0000-0042 HX 130
$384.55 HURST MELISSA LEE

PPN 25-2S-20-0000-0000-0052 HX 131
$148.98 SMYTH KATHRYN L

PPN 25-2S-20-0000-0000-0055 132
$1,058.45 KELLEY HEATHER NICOLE

PPN 25-2S-20-0000-0000-0085 *HX* 133
$102.39 HARVEY E H JR & WANDA KAY

PPN25-2S-20-0000-0000-0145 HX 134
0-U ro-r$i~l44S'YI HAND RET'I 0 JR & THERESA L

PPN 26-2S-20-0000-0000-0010 HX 135'
$95.25 ALFORD EFFIE M & TIMOTHY W

PPN 26-2S-20-0000-0000-0017 136
$95.25 LEDFORD JEFFERYL

PPN 26-2S-20-0000-0000-0021 HX 137
$72.94 DONALDSON HARRY J & OPHELIA

PPN 26-2S-20-0000-0000-0025 HX 138
$466.42 LEDFORD JEFFERY

PPN 26-2S-20-0000-0000-0071 HX 139
$548.11 HURST CHARITA BOWEN

PPN 26-2S-20-0000-0000-0270 HX 140
$95.25 HOBBY VICTOR J & LAURA A

PPN 27-2S-20-0000-0000-0021 *HX* 141
$11.82 KAECK JOHNNY SCOTT & SHERRI P

PPN 27-2S-20-0000-0000-0064 HX 142
$513.25 PERDUE SHARON J

PPN 35-2S-20-0000-0000-0081 HX 143
$95.25 DAVIS JERRY L SR & JERRY L JR

PPN 35-2S-20-0000-0000-0088 144
$59.45 WILSON SHANNON

PPN 35-2S-20-0000-0000-0089 145
$214.66 MARIANO ERICA BAILEY

PPN 35-2S-20-0000-0000-0092 146
$222.04 HAINES ROBERT LEE

PPN35-2S-20-0000-0000-0100 HX 147
$792.70 DAVIS LESLIE

PPN 35-2S-20-0013-0033-0050 148
$121.74 MOORE DAVID BENTON

PPN 35-2S-20-0128-0000-0010 HX 149
$83.16 GODWIN BILLY &SUSAN

PPN36-2S-20-0000-0000 0010 HX 150
$44.59 ADAMS DEBORAH

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0035 HX 151
$44.59 TOLLESON DAVID S

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0048 HX 152
$82.04 PARKER ROGER & PATRICIA

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0072 153
$254.53 WILLIAMS DONNA A

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0073 HX 154
$1,958.87 GIVENS DARON L & LA KEYTA

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0120 *HX* 155
$235.07 SIMMONS JIMMY E

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0121 156
$603.47 SIMMONS JIMMY & NANCY MOSLEY

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0161 HX 157
$92.81 WILLIAMS GLORIA J & DONNA A

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0162 HX 158
$673.83 WILLIAMS LEE M & REATHA

PPN36-2S-20-00000-000-0163 HX 159
$164.17 WILLIAMS FREDERICK

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0271 HX 160
$104.39 WALKER EMMA &

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0272 WHX" 161
$167.06 CURRENCY LARRY DONNELL JR

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0330 HX 162
$322.31 BROWN HATTIE MAE

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0331 HX 163
$55.19 DANIELS ISSAC

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0340 HX 164
$211.02 RUISE GLENN HARVEY

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0350 165
$104.39 GIVENS ZILUE

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0460 HX 166
$55.19 BLUE LULA (ESTATE)

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0530 *HX' 167
$193.61 GIVENS JOE LARRY &

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0540 168
$135.24 WARING VALARIE &


PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0610 *HX' 169 PPN 12-3S-20-0000-0000-0170 224
$55.19 STEWART CARL & MAGGIE $95.25 GRIFFIS RAY & TAMMY E

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0690 170 PPN 12-3S-20-0000-0000-0175 225
$55.19 FARMER MELVIN $320.12 MCMULLAN FREDERICK R & TERESA

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0710 171 PPN 12-3S-20-0000-0000-0203 226
$518.66 WILLIAMS EUGENE $490.72 COVINGTON DONNA CAROL

PPN36-2S-20-0000-0000-0713 *HX* 172 PPN 12-3S-20-0050-0002-0010 227
$104.39 COLEMAN NORRIS L & ELAINE $107.39 SAPP PEGGY DUNCAN

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0755 173 PPN 12-3S-20-0050-0009-0010 228
$271.69 RHODEN THOMAS R $230.60 CLARK ROY W & ANDREA M

PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0760 174 PPN 12-3S-20-0050-0009-0030 229
$55.19 COLEMAN NORRIS & SANCHEZ L $31.21 CLARK ROYW &ANDREA M

PPN 01-3S-20-0000-0000-0030 *HX* 175 PPN 12-3S-20-0050-0009-0040 230
$242.78 COLEMAN JERINE & $95.25 WEATHINGTON GEORGE D & GLORIA

PPN 01-3S-20-0000-0000-0050 176 PPN 12-3S-20-0050-0023-0010 231
$529.08 PAIGE OLIVER & ELNORA $588.67 NETTLES FAYE

PPN 01-3S-20-0000-0000-0083 177 PPN 12-3S-20-0050-0028-0010 232
$658.21 DOLISON IDA MAE $119.85 CREWS KELVIN & LOUANN

PPN01-3S-20-0000-0000-0115 HX 178 PPN 12-3S-20-0050-0032-0040 HX 233
$55.19 JEFFERSON HAROLD & BARBARA L $814.92 RAULERSON EVA MARIE
INSTALLMENT
PPN 12-3S-20-0214-0000-0010 234
$55.19 PPN 01-3S-20-0000-0000-0120 179 CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D
COLEMAN MARIE $98.12
PPN12-3S-20-0214-0000-0020 235
$632.44 PPN 01-3S-20-0000-0000-0170 HX 180 CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D
WARING SHARON $284.68
PPN 12-3S-20-0214-0000-0030 236
$101.28 PPN 01-3S-20-0000-0000-0201 HX 181 CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D
PAIGE BARBARAANN $247.52
PPN 12-3S-20-0214-0000-0040 237
$604.34 PPN 01-3S-20-0031-0001-0040 HX 182 CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D
HUGHES ALVIN L & LAVARA P $544.55
PPN 14-3S-20-0000-0000-0030 238
$588.70 PPN 01-3S-20-0031-0002-0130 HX 183 ADDISON BENJAMIN F
PARKER VALERIE DENISE $259.64
PPN 14-3S-20-0000-0000-0035 239
$295.33 PPN 01-3S-20-0031-0002-0170 *HX* 184 ADDISON CARLTON LOUIS
DAVIS SHARON $95.25
PPN 24-3S-20-0000-0000-0024 HX 240
$376.90 PPN 01-3S-20-0031-0003-0040 HX 185 KEETON STEVE
COMBS SONIAM $222.60
PPN 24-3S-20-0000-0000-0025 HX 241
$335.73 PPN 01-3S-20-0156-0001-0030 HX 186 KENNEDY MICHAEL & MELISSA
GIVENS CHARITY LYNETTE $501.90
PPN 24-3S-20-0000-0000-0072 242
$134.18 .PPN 01-3S-20-0156-0003-0310. HX 187 FREYJOHN M
HILL TONYA SABRINA $395.07
PPN 24-3S-20-0071-0000-0030 HX 243
$1,791.19 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0072 188 MCCOMB ROBERT & DANA
RUISE GLYNIS $699.85
PPN 24-3S-20-0071-0000-0170 HX 244
$95.25 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0160 189 GRIFFIN LENA D
GIVENS LEROY JR & LUVENIA $169.30
S';, *' PPN 24-3S-20-0071-0000-0210 HX 245
$1,067.41 110 PPN 0218MS000-0000-0166 'HX' 19(HI -tHUI H$IH dW )H WILLIAMS ATTHEW D & REGINA M
MAXWELL GAIL R $95.25
PPN 25-3S-20-0000-0000-0081 246
$207.62 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0167 191 SHIVERS GLENDA
MOBLEY CHRISTA B $1,571.15
PPN 25-3S-20-0000-0000-0160 HX 247
$824.96 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0168 *HX* 192 SHIVERS GLENDA KAY
SMITH CHRISTINE $72.94
PPN 25-3S-20-0000-00000-0192 HX 248
$559.16 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0170 193 MCCLENDON WILLIAM D &
GASKINS RICHARD $160.17
PPN 36-3S-20-0000-0000-0090 249
$1,023.96 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0177 194 JONES DWIGHT S & ROBERT D
SMITH REGINALD L $558.97
PPN 36-3S-20-0000-0000-0110 HX 250
$1,362.67 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0220 195 JONES DWIGHT S
TOLLIVER ANGELINA J & $168.93
PPN 36-3S-20-0000-0000-0140 *HX* 251
$257.54 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0221 *HX* 196 VOLNER JULIAN
THOMAS PHYLLIS $95.25
PPN01-4S-20-0000-0000-0053 HX 252
$95.25 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0223 HX 197 MILLER NORMAN T & JUDY L
JEFFERSON ADRIUM $678.01
PPN 01-4S-20-0000-0000-0065 HX 253
$252.92 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0224 198 MOORE JOHNNY L &APRIL L
JEFFERSON KEITH $144.42
PPN 07-4S-20-0000-0000-0031 254
$546.25 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0433 199 FINLEY JOHN E SR
DENNY ROBERTA $903.65
PPN 07-4S-20-0133-0000-0010 255
$26.38 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0434 200 RYDWELL NORMAN & DARLA A
DENNY JOHN D & ELVIRA $55.19
PPN 07-4S-20-0133-0000-0050 256
$283.97 PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0435 201 BROCK CHARLES D SR & ET AL
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PPN 11-4S-20-0000-0000-0012 257
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SCARBOROUGH DANIEL & KATHERINE $5,15
$220.65
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0041-0030 922
RHODEN TINA MARIE
$818.37
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0042-0020 923
RHODEN THOMAS R & WILLIAM ROCK $2,84
$288.95
PPN 32-2S,22-0049-0042-0050 924
RHODEN THOMAS R &WILLIAM R
$188.46
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0042-0060 925
RHODEN THOMAS R& WILLIAM ROCK $1,74
$270.47
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0043-0030 926
STIVERS TONY B & ET AL
$180.80
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0043-0060 927
STIVERS TONY B & ET AL
$2,118.49
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0048-0015 928
MOSLEY RONALD D JR
$263.87
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0051-0040 HX 929
BROWN ALPHONSO & BETTY J
$1,608,39
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0055-0010 HX 930
WORTHINGTON DAVID & RUTH
$1008.49
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0055-0025 931
SCOATES BENJAMIN & JEAN F
$3,285.34
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0056-0070 HX 932
WILLIAMS ROSAA
$742.82
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0060-0025 HX 933
WELLS SUSAN L &
$563.97
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0061-0040 HX 934
PEARCE JOHN DAVID
$533.69
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0061 -0060 935
WILSON FRANKLIN DELANOR
,$468,05
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0064-0060 HX 938
NORMAN MARK A & SUSAN A
$216.52
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0068-0035 HX 937
JONES WILLIAM K
$1,735.90
PPN 32-25-22-0049-0068-0050 HX 938
WHITFIELD ERROL & ELISA REAGAN
$1,529.91
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0071-0085 939


ROYAL THOMAS DONALD JR
$1,549.69
PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0075-0050 HX 940
RILEY LARRY D & CYNTHIA L
$1,321.63
PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0010 941
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS
$772.96
PPN 32-2S-22-,0211-0000-0020 942
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS
$3,778.89
PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0030 943
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS
$297.03
PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0050 944
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS
$1,496.80
PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0060 945
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS
$374.39
PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0070 946
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS
$1,364.75
PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0080 947
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS
$2,597.05


PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0100 948
$3,514.31 WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS

PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0190 949
$701.81 WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS

PPN 32-2S-22-0211 -0000-0200 950
$260.84 WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS

PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0210 951
$343.66 WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS

PPN 32-2S-22-0211 -0000-0220 952
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS
$953.72
PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0230 953
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS
$189.40
PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0240 954
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS

$1,170.40 PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0250 955
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS

$226.75 PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0260 956
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS

$1,091.96 PPN 33-2S-22-0000-0000-0082 957
YORK & MCCAULEY LAND

$631.89 PPN 33-2S-22-0000-0000-0271 958
CANADAY CONSTRUCTION INC

$1,171.38 PPN 33-2S-22-0000-0000-0272 959
CANADAY MITCHELL K

$1,312.35 PPN 33-2S-22-0000-0000-0280 HX 960
FERREIRA VINCENT D & SYDNEY

$1,570.23 PPN 33-2S-22-0000-0000-0281 961
FERREIRA VINCENT D & SYDNEY

$533.38 PPN 33-2S-22-0018-0002-0010 HX 962
BERRIER SUSAN Y

$1,417.69 PPN 33-2S-22-0018-0003-0030 963
TAYLOR M CHAD & SHARMON A

$279.61 PPN 33-2S-22-0018-0004-00425 HX 964
UGHTSEY SCOTT & LABREESKA R

$1,637.85 PPN 33-2S-22-0018-0004-0075 965
COMBS JAMES E & CRYSTAL D

$112.16 PPN 33-2S-22-0018-0005-0010 HX 966
THARPE RICHARD &TRACEY

$1,298.40 PPN 33-2S-22-0025-0000-0100 967
DAVIS ROBERT FJR &FAYE

$188.31 PPN 33-2S-22-0027-0001-0030 968
B &R HOME BUILDERS INC

$238.35 PPN 33-2S-22-0032-0015-0240 969
STONER JOHN K & DOROTHY P

$470.70 PPN 04-3S-22-0000-0000-0022 *HX 970
STARLING VANICE KAY&

$199.80 PPN 04-3S-22-000-0000-00220 971
ZEIGLER SHARON LOUISE

$85.01 PPN 04-3S-22-0000-0000-0292 972
RHODEN THOMAS R &TINA M

$1,285.04 PPN 04-3S-22-0000-0000-0307 973
'CROSBY ROBERTW & SYLVIA B

$345.23 PPN 04-3S-22-0090-0000-0441 HX 974
ALLEN CLAUDE CLIFFORD &

$1,210.51 PPN 04-3S-22-0000-0000-0461 HX 975
SHOUPPE CHESTER S & KATHRYN M

$419.35 PPN 04-3S-22-0000-0000-0464 976
SHOUPPE CHESTER S & KATHRYN M

$1,028.37 PPN 04-3S-22-0000-0000-0630 HX 977
BASS WILLIE MAE &

$2,237.15 PPN 04-3S-22-0026-0003-0040 HX 978
WOLFE JAMES C & KATHY JO

$795.40 PPN 04-3S-22-0101-0000-0060 HX 979
WILLIAMS EDWARD W & MARY M

$1,358.91 PPN 04-3S-22-0101-0000-0310 980
KNABB GEORGE JR PARTNERSHIP

$1,800.55 PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0101 HX 981
:GREEN RUTH

$259.85 PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0105 HX 982
CREWS FRANKYE

$170.44 PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0121 983
RHODEN THOMAS R & TINA M

S$345.56 PPN 05-35-22-0000-0000-0163 HX 984
STARLING REBECCA FAWN & ET AL

$1,693.86 PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0165 985
STARLING ROGER GENE

$741.18 PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0630 986
WHITE JAMES C &

$1,429.74 PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0640 987
WHITE JAMES C &

$1,146.44 PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0671 HX 988
SANDERS KENNETH B & SHERRY D

4.02 PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0792 989
CT PROPERTIES

$2,774.92 PPN 06-3S-22-0000-0000-0024 HX 990
ANDERSON MICHAEL

41.19 PPN 06-3S-22-0000-0000-0025 991
WILSON STANLEY

$2,578.16 PPN 06-3S-22-0000-0000-0226 992
NUSPEC HOMES INC

41.70 PPN 06-3S-22-0000-0000-0245 993
WILDS DOUGLAS L

$,278.42 PPN 06-3S-22-0040-0002-0020 HX 994
ROBERTS KENNETH J &JUDY D

$3,443.47 PPN 08-3S-22-0040-0003-0080 HX 995
FUNK RHONDA M SAPP

$6,004.59 PPN 08-3S-22-0041-0002-0080 HX 996
JOHNSON WILLIAM H & JOYCE F

$600.77 PPN 06-3S-22-0041 -0002-0130 HX 997
BENNETT ROBERT D &TAMMY J

$743.88 PPN 08-3S-22-0041 -0002-0170 *HX 998
KIBLER SHERRY L

$5883.98 PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0002-0210 'HX' 999
DUMAS JAMES R & BRENDA G

$259.15 PPN 08-38-22-0041-0002-0220 1000
GAME JAMES H

$595.88 PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0002-0280 HX 1001
PENDLETON DAVID W & VANESSA

$730.02 PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0003-0090 HX 1002
HARE VAN 0 &ARLINDA

$1,943.77 PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0004-0110 1003
BLOUNT EUGENE B & ELIZABETH A

$717,21 PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0004-0140 HX 1004
GOETHE LOIS E (LIFE ESTATE)

$521.81 PPN 08-3S-22-0041-0005-0060 'HX' 1005
BECK GENEVA MAY

$205.10 PPN 06-3S-22-0042-0000-0010 1006
STARLING WILLIAM S & GREGORY


$994,29 PPN 06-3S-22-0042-0000-0025 HX 1007
STARLING GREGORY

$1,459.89 PPN 06-3S-22-0042-0000-0040 1008
SMITH BARBARA ANN &

$618.22 PPN 06-3S-22-0042-0000-0100 1009
MCCABE GERALD C & DONNA F

$618.22 PPN 06-3S-22-0042-0000-0160 1010
AKRIDGE TOMMIE E & ROBERT L &

$618.22 PPN 06-3S-22-0042-0000-0170 HX 1011
RAVAN GILBERT JR &ANDREA

$618.22 PPN 06-3S-22-0098-0000-0160 HX 1012
SIMMONS JESSE C & PHYLLIS M

$618.22 PPN 06-3S-22-0098-0000-0180 HX 1013
HONEA DANIEL H& APRIL M

$618.22 PPN 06-3S-22-0098-0000-0265 1014
SMITH MARION

$618.22 PPN 06-3S-22-0098-0000-0270 HX 1015
WILSON SHANA 0 & MALINDA R


PPN07-3S-22-0000-000-0013 HX 1016
$618.22 MCDONALD THOMAS E & KATHY M

PPN 07-3S-22-0000-0000-0028 HX 1017
$618.22 ST JOHN VICKI R & ERIC A
*" INSTALLMENT"

$618.22 PPN 07-3S-22-0000-0000-0220 -HX' 1018
WILLIAMSON RYAN B & PATRICIA A

$618.22 PPN 07-3S-22-0000-0000-0385 HX 1019
TURK KENNETH J & MARILYN

$618.22 PPN 07-3S-22-0000-0000-0760 HX 1020
GRIFFIS SHEILA

$618.22 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0020 HX 1021
SCOTT DOUGLAS E & CYNTHIA R

$618.22 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0040 1022
KNIGHT BARBARA GAILAKRIDGE

$618.22 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0200 HX 1023
NORMAN LONNIE A JR & TIFFANY J

$618.22 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0280 *HX* 1024
NORKAVAGE STEPHEN M & UNDA

$1,288.06 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0340 HX 1025
PACK BERTHAL L & SUSANNAH M

$882.40 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0350 HX 1026
KIRBY ROBERT A

$1,796.88 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0380 HX 1027
GRIFFIS LYNWOOD & LATRYLL

$3,319.80 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0460 1028
FOUNTAIN CLYDE S

$349.32 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-1140 *HX* 1029
BRENNECKETERRYS

$1,419.78 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-1175 HX 1030
MORROW DORTHY RENEE &

$517.16 PPN07-3S-22-0092-0000-0010 HX 1031
BURNHAM JOHNNY & DORIS E

$1,429.86 PPN 07-3S-22-0092-0000-0060 HX 1032
LORD MARILYN M &

$248.82 PPN 07-3S-22-0092-0000-0170 HX 1033
HOWARD FLOYD A & MARGIE P

$796.97 PPN 07-3S-22-0092-0000-0390 HX 1034
BAREFOOT ANDY R

$482.58 PPN 07-3S-22-0092-0000-0400 HX 1035
TURNER JAMES D & CAROLYN ANN

$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-22-0095-0000-0040 HX 1038.
WICHMAN MEUSSA 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 PPN 08-3S-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-22-0000-00O-0710 HX 1051
POOLE GARRY M


$11,0 8:90,


$818.34


$30.13


$673.87


$742.39


$3,100.24


$144.48


$779.50


$2,982.42


$440,14


$729.34


$267.34


$1,036.29


$1,237.81


$567.57


$680.07


$573.67


$95.25


$95.25


$599.08


$797.99


$676.36


$295.33


$949.97


$95.25


$463.12


$1,172.71


$1,622.12


$389.38


$362.83


$1,146.76


$464.47


$130.17


$372.09


$598.93


N.Ua.Wrca o I-typress.om


'Notice









to









Bidders:








Persons who have




not participated in




the Tax Certificate




Sale in the past




should pre-reg-




ister with the




Baker County Tax




Collector's office




before June 1,




2007.


PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0740 1052
$659.03 STARLING ROSA LEE

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

PPN 08-3S-22-00010001-0085 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
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
PPN08-3S-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 KOTYM &
$672.29
PPN 08-3S-22-0125-0001-0160 HX 1 62
DUNCAN DAVID JR &TONYA L
$784.45
PPN 08-3S-22-0125-0002-0060 HX 1063
KRAUSS MICHAEL A & DANA M
$134.52
PPN 09-3S-22-0000-0000-0100 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
PPN 09-3S-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
WILLISJOHN DJR
$608.84
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0001-0090 *HX* 1070
BURRIDGE SAMUELT & 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
PPN 35-3S-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
PPN 35-3S-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
$6)4.59 8
$61459 PPN 35-3S-22-0004-000!-0090 1081
MUNCY KATHY L
$1,3l1.18
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
GROVES KIM & MARK BROWN
$341.63


$1,279.93


$546.75


$205.71'


$1,607.75


$2,209.92


$1,503.61


$953.23


$1,470.33


$652.68


$1,221.13


$906.26


$858.13


$785.27


$3,198.36


$1,275.28


$2,321.54


$1,414.09


$138.06


$95.25


$1,110.81


$342.26


$535.75


$95.25


$95.25


$426.35


$79.80


$286.65


$348.36


$1,356.70


$79.80


$145.20


$95.25


$148.10


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 24, 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 :


2007. Delinquent taxes carry a penalty of 18% pE


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
A CHRISTIAN AFFAIR BEAUTY

5000012 A TOUCH OF GRASS LAWN SERVICE
A TOUCH OF GRASS LAWN SERVICE

5000020 ADDISON BENJAMIN F
ADDISON BENJAMIN F

5000055 AMERICAN CAR WASH
AMERICAN CAR WASH

5000220 NIT NIL INC
BAKER BEVERAGE

5000838 C & J AUTO REPAIR
C & J AUTO REPAIR

5000858 CANADAY MITCHELL K
CANADAY MITCHELL K

5000867 CANTRELL INSURANCE AGENCY
CANTRELL INSURANCE AGENCY

5000968 CHOPCO OUTDOOR ADV LTE
CHOPCO OUTDOOR ADV LTD

5001010 CINDYS SALON & BEAUTY SUPPLY
CINDYS SALON & BEAUTY SUPPLY

5001075 COBB PATRICIA
COBB PATRICIA

5001245 HAIR CREATIONS BY LYNN
HAIR CREATIONS BY LYNN

5001300 CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D
CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D

5001365 D&S
D&S

5001480 DAVIS MALORY
DAVIS MALLORY

5001505 JERRY'S TILE & MARBLE LLC
ll0 :I TIC B1 11 I_ I. ...

5001523 DEBBIES BABY BOUTIQUE
DEBBIES BABY BOUTIQUE

5001694 ENGINE PARTS CENTER
ENGINE PARTS CENTER

5001805 FIBER STEAM CARPET CLEANING
FIBER STEAM CARPET CLEANING

5001825 FISH AARON
FSH AARON

5001915 FLOORS AND MORE
FLOORS AND MORE

5002003 FOREVER TAN CANDELS & GIFTS
FOREVER TAN CANDELS & GIFTS

5002042 FUSION CAPITAL CORP
FUSION CAPITAL CORP

5002065 GASKINS RICHARD
GASKINS RICHARD

5002192 GLEN'S WRECKER SERVICE INC
GLEN'S WRECKER SERVICE INC

5002280 GRIFFIS BRUCE
GRIFFIS BRUCE

5002282 GRIFFIS CASEY C
GRIFFIS CASEY C

5002415 HAHN GLEN A & SHERYL I
HAHN GLEN A & SHERYL I

5002480 HAWKINS CALVIN B & CARIA M &
HAWKINS CALVIN B & CARIA M &

5002565 HIGGINBOTHAM TOWING & RECOVERY
HIGGINBOTHAM TOWING & RECOVERY

5002585 HI-TECH AUTOMOTIVE
HI-TECH AUTOMOTIVE

5002668 HUTCHINS LARRY D
HUTCHINS LARRY D

5002742 SCARBOROUGH, CHARLES DR.
SCARBOROUGH, CHARLES

5002784 JO GASKINS MOBILE HOME SERVICE
JO GASKINS MOBILE HOME SERVICE

5002897 JUANITA'S FLOWERS
JUANITA'S FLOWERS

5002960 KEVES QUALITY MOTORS & WRECKER
KEVES QUALITY MOTORS & WRECKER

5003161 LEDFORD ENTERPRISES
LEDFORD ENTERPRISES

5003190 LOADHOLTZ DENNIS WAYNE
LOADHOLTZ DENNIS WAYNE

5003206 LOVE CENTER DAY CARE
LOVE CENTER DAY CARE

5003285 MACCLENNY LIQUORS INC
MACCLENNY LIQUORS INC

5003295 MACCLENNY OUTBOARD &
MACCLENNY OUTBOARD &

5003298 MACCLENNY PEDIATRICS
MACCLENNY PEDIATRICS

5003342 MANN FRANK
MANN FRANK

5003530 MIXON TIMOTHY JAMES
MIXON TIMOTHY JAMES

5003588 MONTGOMERY VENTURES INC
MONTGOMERY VENTURES INC

5003670 NORRIS WOODWORKS, INC
NORRIS WOODWORKS INC

5003737 NORTHERN LEASING SYSTEMS INC
NORTHERN LEASING SYSTEMS INC

5003913 POP'S PLACE
POP'S PLACE

5003998 RADKE LF., D.R.
RADKE L. F.,D.R.

5004061 RAULERSON WILLIAM
RAULERSON WILLIAM


5004363 ROWE JAMES J
19.86 ROWE JAMES J

5004464 SCARBOROUGH CHARLES D MD PA
506.46 SCARBOROUGH CHARLES D MD PA

5004645 STANSEL RALPH W
132.16 STANSEL RALPH W

5004695 STIG RITCHIE
39.75 STIG RITCHIE

5004818 TEAKWOOD APARTMENTS
510.77 TEAKWOOD APARTMENTS

5004922 THOMAS R RHODEN AGENCY INC
40.59 THOMAS R RHODEN AGENCY INC

5004980 THRIFT SIGNS
293.84 THRIFT SIGNS

5004990 TINY TOTS DAY CARE CENTER
115,53 TINYTOTS DAY CARE CENTER

5005045 U RIDE USED CARS
44.59 U RIDE USED CARS

5005138 WEBBER LOU TIRE CO INC
41.19 WEBBER LOU TIRE CO INC

5005165 WESTFALL LARRY CORPORATION
42.41 WESTFALL LARRY CORPORATION

5005186 WHITFIELD'S LANDSCAPE
34.77 WHrTFIELD'S LANDSCAPE

5005250 WINN DIXIE STORES INC 144
80.21 WINN DIXIE STORES INC 144

5005392 B & R SECURITY SERVICES
41.03 B & R SECURITY SERVICES

5005394 POWERHOUSE BUILDERS
15.59 POWERHOUSE BUILDERS

5005397 THE HOT SPOT

:.'.i r 4,. 11,., m l l.E if, I 1 r
17.50 ANGELS BY MEL

5005402 JW'S TURF
19.86 J W'S'TURF

5005406 MYERS ICE CASTLE INC
121.67 ICE CASTLE

5005437 ROCK CONTRACTORS
55.41 ROCK CONTRACTORS

5005444 WALKER DEMPSEY & LYNNE
19.86 WALKER DEMPSEY & LYNNE

5005480 PERFERRED CAPITAL INC
1,067.63 PREFERRED CAPITAL INC

5005519 JIMMY'S AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR
24.59 JIMMY'S AUTOMOTWE REPAIR

5005520 FRANK'S DRYWALL
15.59 FRANKS'S DRYWALL

5005524 L & L COUNTRY CLIPPERS
15.19 L & L COUNTRY CLIPPERS

5005529 DAP SATELLITE
* 118.94 DAP SATELLITE

5005531 M/A COM PRIVATE RADIO SYSTEM
15.21 M/A COM PRIVATE RADIO SYSTEM 12,592.30

5005532 M/A COM PRIVATE RADIO SYSTEM
44.57 M/A COM PRIVATE RADIO SYSTEM

5005541 LAURIE WALL GRAPHIC DESIGN
22.35 LAURIE WALL GRAPHIC DESIGN

5005542 CARTER ROOF MAINTENANCE
32.13 CARTER ROOF MAINTENANCE

5005551 BATY PAINTING
90.46 BATY PAINTING

5005552 C & C NURSERY
15.21 C & C NURSERY

5005557 GILLETTE'S MASONRY
19.86 GILLETTE'S MASONRY

5005564 FLORIDA DO IT BEST HARDWARE#74
27.04 FLORIDA DO IT BEST HARDWARE#74

5005579 L-WOOD CONSTRUCTION INC
23.31 L-WOOD CONSTRUCTION INC

5005580 JEFF'S CONCRETE
12.76 JEFF'S CONCRETE

5005582 CANDO CONCRETE
1,546.20 CANDO CONCRETE

5005583 PEOPLE REACHING OUT INC
17.68 PEOPLE REACHING OUT INC

5005590 JAMES COMBS CONSTRUCTION
27.63 JAMES COMBS CONSTRUCTION

5005598 YOU STORE MINI-STORAGE COMPLEX
459.80 YOU STORE MINI-STORAGE COMPLEX

5005605 SHAMEKA'S HAIR PALACE
20.38 SHAMEKA'S HAIR PALACE

5005607 H & R TRANSMISSION & AUTO
292.00 H & R TRANSMISSION & AUTO

5005613 AN URBANE TOUCH
54.80 AN URBANE TOUCH '

5005626 COLEMAN NORRIS L & ELAINE
61.86 COLEMAN NORRIS L & ELAINE

5005634 DYER BILLY
172.40 DYER BILLY

5005692 LUCIANO FRED
102.63 LUCIANO FRED

5005711 EROSION STOPPERS INC
14.84 EROSION STOPPERS INC

5005754 TILLIS REED L III
17.46 TILLIS REED L III

5005758 ROUND-2-IT
33.68 ROUND-2-ffIT

5005769 T & C LANDCLEARING
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 CHRISTOPHER A
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
l QJ'AEE],LAEYTA

5006143 SWINDELL LARRY
26.17 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 UNE 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 &
BENTON THOMAS BAKER SALES &

5006381 VONK TROY 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


HTURI


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 DARYLWAYNE JR

S 5006676 RHODEN DRYWALL INC
RHODEN DRYWALL INC

5006679 GOLDSMITH DRYWALL
5 GOLDSMITH DRYWALL

S 5006681 COOKS CARPET SERVICE LLC
e r COOKS CARPET SERVICE LLC

5006685 PEARSON BYRON JAY
IS PEARSON BYRON JAY

5006687 CHUCK MERRETT TREE SERVICE
Se CHUCK MERRETT TREE SERVICE
5006689 BAKER HOME SERVICES
a BAKER HOME SERVICES
5006690 RISE TOMMY &VERONICA MANNING
RUISE TOMMY & VERONICA MANNING
orRUSE TOMMY & VERONICA MANNING

5006691EVANS RESHA PEARL
EVANS RESHA PEARL E

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

'5006695 PERRY DARRELL G JR
PERRY DARRELL G JR
18445 5006696 A#1 CUSTOM SLAUGHTER & MEAT
A500696 A 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&MORELANDSCPING
MULCH & MORE LANDSCAPING
28.98 5006716 18-48 SERVICES INC
18-48 SERVICES INC
28,98 5006717 ADDINGTON BRIDGET R FARMER
ADDINGTON BRIDGET R FARMER
13.18 5006723 C-T FIRE PROTECTION INC
5006723 CCT FIRE PROTECTION INC
C-28.98 5006727T FIRE PROTECTION IN
2898 5006727 COLEMAN & SONS PLUMBING INC
COLEMAN & SONS PLUMBING INC

28.98 5006731 CRAWFORD LEAMON & OLIVIA
CRAWFORD LEAMON & OLIVIA
33.68 5006740 GAINED FLETCHER & MELONEY
GAINED FLETCHER & MELONEY

28.98 5006761 L&D METALS INC ,
L & D METALS INC
33.68 5006775 POWELL TIMOTHY F
POWELL TIMOTHY F
18.67 5006805 TERRY D CREWS SEPTIC TANK
TERRY D CREWS SEPTIC TANK
28.98 5006809 J & D LAWN SERVICE
J & D LAWN SERVICES ,
28.98 5006810 W DM A
WDMA
IR F 5006812 POWLESSOANNYHEATI &AIR
POWLESS DANNY TH IN AIR -U'1 U-E -,S
17.50
5006819 SOUTHERN SUN
SOUTHERN SUN
28.98D SMITH LAND SERVICES INC
5006827 J J SMITH LAND SERVICES INC
J D SMITH LAND SERVICES INC
28.98 5006828 A & a PRESSURE WASHING
A & A PRESSURE WASHING
28.98 5006830 T & D LAWN SERVICES
T & D LAWN SERVICES
405.70 5006831 ADVANCED MEDICAL TESTING
ADVANCED MEDICAL TESTING

45.87 5006833 SARAHS COFFEE
SARAHS COFFEE
28.98 5006834 S & M STUCCO
S & M STUCCO
28.98 5006835 STEPHEN SHOPPE ENTERPRISES
006835 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
28,98 5006848 BENNETT'S FENCING
BENNETT'S FENCING
28.98 5006855 DURLANDS COMPUTER SERVICE
5006855UR DURLANDS COMPUTER SERVICES
DURLANDS COMPUTER SERVICES

28.98 5006856 WINGS GALORE & MORE
WINGS GALORE & MORE
28.98 5006857 MOM'S DAY OUT
MOM'S DAY OUT
28.98 5006864 CALENDAR'SDE ZZERIA
5006864 CALENDAR'S DELI & PIZZERIA
CALENDAR'S DELI & PIZZERIA ,

38.65 5006865 A TO Z COUNTRY STORE INC
ATO Z COUNTRY STORE INC
48.29
82 5006867 SANDS TRUCKING & LAND
SANDS TRUCKING & LAND
18.20
5006869 COUNTRY CABINETS
COUNTRY CABINETS
2462 5006874 BEYOND BUILDERS
BEYOND BUILDERS
1115 5006881 COMPUTER LEASING COMPANY
COMPUTER LEASING COMPANY
1986 5006890 DIRCET LINK FINANCIAL SERVICES
DIRECT LINKFINANCIAL SERVICES
3368 5006891 MONITORING SERVICES INC
MONITORING SERVICES INC
33.68 5006892 CUSTOM AUTOMOTIVE & DESIGN
CUSTOM AUTOMOTIVE & DESIGN
3368 5006893 RICK'S AUTO BODY
RICK'S AUTO BODY
3368 5006894 KEVIN'S MOBLIE REPAIR
KEVIN'S MOBILE REPAIR
631 5006898 SEAN'S CONCRETE
SEAN'S CONCRETE
3368 5006903 DOUBLE R ELECTRIC INC
DOUBLE R ELECTRIC INC
3368 5006904 DICKS ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
DICKS ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES


33.68 5006912 ALL POINTS Al HONE INSPECTION
ALL POINTS A1 HOME INSPECTION
33.68 5006919 MEADOWS WILLIAM R PHD
MEADOWS WILLIAM R PHD
29.76 5006921 VISION REALTY OF N FLA INC
VISION REAL Y OF N FLA INC
33.68 5006924 D & B EXTERIORS INC
D500924 & B EXTERIORS INC
33.68 5006930 SEARCY BENNY
5006930 SEARCY BENNY C
SEARCY BENNY C

43.99 5006932 PNI SPECTRUM LLC
PNI SPECTRUM LLC


5006933 BLUE UCENSES HOLDING LLC "
40.68. BLUE LICENSES HOLDING LLC

5006936 AMERICAN AUTO SERVICE
28,98 AMERICAN AUTO SERVICE

5006938 ALLIANCE AUTOMART INC
74.56 ALLIANCE AUTOMART INC

5006942 CRAWFORDS PAINTING & PRESSURE
28.98 CRAWFORDS PAINTING & PRESSURE

5006944 G & B TIMBER INC
28.98 G & B TIMBER INC
5006947 MY LIL PONDEROSA TRUCKING INC
14.93 MY LIL PONDEROSA TRUCKING INC

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

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

5006954 FLORIDA HORIZONTAL INC
28.98 FLORIDA HORIZONTAL INC

5006957 CARTER CECIL R LLC,
28.98 CARTER CECIL R

5006958 R R BENDER LLC
28.98 R R BENDER LLC

5006959 MAC EXTERIORS INC
28.98 MAC EXTERIORS INC

5006960 BLACKBURN CRAIG LLC
28.98 BLACKBURN CRAIG MITCHEL

5006964 YORK/YORK MCCAULEY LAND DEV
23.03 YORK/YORK MCCAULEY LAND DEV

5006965 WHITFIELD ERROL L SR
28.98 WHfTFIELD ERROL L SR

5006969 B & R HOME BUILDERS INC
18,87 B & R HOME BUILDERS INC

5006971 ANGELS MARK VYNL& SOFFIT
59.13 ANGELS MARK VYNL & SOFFIT

5006973 NUSPEC HOMES INC
33.68 NUSPEC HOMES INC

5006975 WILLIAMS HENRY SANDING INC
376.76 WILLIAMS HENRY SANDING INC

5006977 CHEAP GREEN
226.55 CHEAP GREEN

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

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

5006983 BROWN ROY PERRY INC
109.32 BROWN ROY PERRY

5006986 BOOGIE BASKETS & CRAFTS
151.78 BOOGIE BASKETS & CRAFTS

5006989 KINGBIRD TAMMY CLEANING SERVICE
65.95 KINGBIRD TAMMY CLEANING SERVICE
5006990 WHITE LION PAINTING & SAND LLC
241.75 WHITE LION PAINTING & SAND LLC

5006991 FINN TAMMY & PAUL
15.34 FINN TAMMY & PAUL

5006992 D & G UNDERGROUND INC
49.62 D & G UNDERGORUND INC

5006995 REEVES WILLIE ANN
28.98 REEVES WILLIE ANN

5006996 SANTE FE MARINE
28.98 SANTE FE MARINE

5b6"77RORTHEAST EQUIPMENTTRAIiiP T'
'-i NORTHEAST EQUIPMENT TRANSPORT

5006998 BROOMFIELD CURTIS PRESS WASHING
28.98 BROOMFIELD CURTIS


5007005 CB WORLDWIDE OF N FLORIDA INC
28.98 CB WORLDWIDE OF N FLORIDA INC

5007011 CAPS MARINE
33.68 CAPS MARINE

5007022 CB ISAAC &ASSOCIATES
33.68 C B ISAAC & ASSOCIATES

5007023 DAZZLED JEWELRY
33.68 DAZZLED JEWELRY

5007033 BENNETT CHAD & KYRSTI
10,430.55 BENNETT CHAD & KYRSTI
5007034 CHRISTINAS PRODUCE
54.07 CHRISTINAS PRODUCE

5007044 FATHER & SON LAWN SERVICE
11.93 FATHER & SON LAWN SERVICE

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

5007056 HPSC INC
28.98 HPSC INC

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

5007062 MARTIN CLEANING SERVICE INC
28.98 MARTIN CLEANING SERVICE INC

5007068 SCOTTS FLOORING INSTALLATION &
28.98 SCOTS FLOORING INSTALLATION &

5007084 JONES DWIGHT S INC
28.98 JONES DWIGHT S INC

7005832 COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY
28.98 COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY

7005833 COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY
28.98 COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY

7005834 COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY
28.98 COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY

7007754 LLCX INC
28.98 LLCX INC

7008052 RAIL TRUST EQUIPMENT INC
28.98 RAIL TRUST EQUIPMENT INC

7008053 RAIL TRUST EQUIPMENT INC
28.98 RAIL TRUST EQUIPMENT INC

7008078 CSX INTERMODAL INC
28.98 CSX INTERMODAL INC

7008079 CSX INTERMODAL INC
28.98 CSX INTERMODAL INC

7008080 CSX INTERMODAL INC
28.98 CSX INTERMODAL INC


28.98


28.98

28.98 Custom Print


28.98 Stationery


28.98 Invoices


28.98 Business Cards


28.98 Envelopes


28.98 Invitations
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2007 Silverados


Cash Back or


up to 60 months
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2007 Chevy HHR LT
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Original MSRP $18,845 "" -

$1 6,490*


"includes $500 Iraae-in bonus.
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2007 Colorado Rpg. Cpa
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'06 Ford Escape
$16,995
Automatic, V6, PW, PL
'04 Chevy Trailblazer
$15,995
Automatic, V6, CD
'00 Impala
$7,995
Automative, V6, CD
'99 Silverado Reg Cab
$10,588
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'02 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab
$13,995
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'98 Cadillac Deville
$5,995
Automatic, Leather, Loaded
'04 Suburban LT 2WD
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$26,995
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'05 Silverado Ext Cab LS
$24,995
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'05 Silverado 1500 Ext Cab LS
$16,995
Automatic,CD, V8
'94 Jeep Cherokee
$3,995
Automatic, 2WD
'02 Chevy Venture Ext.
$8,995
Automatic, CD, PW, PL
'07 Dodge Caliber
$15,995
Automatic,V6, CD
'04 Colorado Reg Cab
$9,995
Automatic, A/C, PW, PL
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