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Title: The Baker County press
Uniform Title: Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Tate Powell
Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 2007
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Apr. 12, 1929.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 39 (Jan. 2, 1931).
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


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


78th Year, Vol. 5 Thursday, May 31, 2007 Macclenny, Florida 500


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Zoning changes sought for a trio oflarge industrial-commerial parks


For years Baker County's economy was dominated
by state payrolls at both the mental hospital and prison
system, an arrangement that, while it kept income steady
and unemployment down, was nonetheless unhealthy in
the long run.
The Chamber of Commerce for
more than two decades touted the
county as ideal for non-polluting light By
manufacturing and distribution ware- i
houses enhanced by an enviable Jim
positioning between Interstates 95 MVcGaule
and 75 and proximity to the Port of
Jacksonville. They would bring the News Anaylsis
kind of jobs sorely needed to balance
the economy.
The establishment of special enterprise zones in the
east and west county did the trick luring the Wal-Mart
Distribution Center, Sanderson Pipe and Hanson Roof


Tile to Baker County. Yet it was still hard to get the out-
side world to notice.
Now it looks like everybody's taking notice.
The county's Local Planning Agency on May 24 sent
up for consideration by the county commission three
large scale amendments for industrial parks on east and
west ends of Interstate 10 encompassing 3469 acres.
The proposed developments by Roberts Land and
Timber Investment at 1515 acres west of I-10 and US 90,
by Amram Adar at 724 acres east of Sanderson, and by
Jackson-Shaw at 1225 acres east of Trailridge (see map)
- have to now go through an arduous approval process
from the local to the federal level.
Should they then be approved, there's no guarantees
at this early stage that any or all will come to fruition.
But the fact they have been proposed, and the developers
have forked over money for preliminary engineering and
feasibility studies thus far is in itself significant.


Baker County could, within a decade,,be the spill-over
site for commercial development that either doesn't want
to or can't locate in more populous Duval, Clay, Nassau
and St. Johns counties. This is in addition to the prospects
that have arisen the past year on the residential front with
a DRI currently under consideration for the 7000-unit
Cedar Creek project northwest of Glen St. Mary.
Several other large-scale proposals for new homes and
adjoining retail development are lined up behind Cedar
Creek, though they have not been formally proposed.
On June 18, the county board will consider the three
commercial amendment proposals and the dialogue
Swill likely mirror that of last week, when LPA members
claimed, and consultants agreed, that transportation will
be a key element.
That leads to the problem of how the trucks and other
resulting traffic will be routed on and off Interstate 10.
(See page 2)


90-acre site

just north of

Macclenny

for new jail
BY ANDREW BARE
Press staff
A new Baker County jail,
long in discussion, will finally
have a home.
At the May 23 meeting of
the Baker County Develop-
ment Corporation's board of
directors, it decided to pursue
the purchase of a 90-acre tract
of land at the corer of SR-121
and SR-228. The land, which
is part of the Katherine Jones
estate, is currently in the name
of her grandchildren Gabrielle
and Jeremy Cane. The corpo-
ration has been negotiating
for the land f6r a number of
months, but asked that the de-
tails remain out of the public
eye until it could complete an
appraisal.
Appraisal revealed that 15-
20 percent of the acreage are
wetlands, alow figure for North
Florida. The BCDC wants to
build a 500-bed prison on the
tract in north Macclenny, but
also plans to construct a new
office for the sheriff's depart-
ment as part of a county-wide
effort to improve the allocation
of limited space among local
agencies.
The board of directors
also stated it was optimistic
about the chances of lha% ig
its bonds rated by an under-
writer. The BCDC plans to sell
(See page 7)


LPA endorses rezonin


The Baker Count
mission can anticipate
ing room full of irate
bors when it convenes
to consider a zoning
to allow a "wildemes
ground" on a seven-a
aside the Boy Scout I
boat landing off Steel
Rd.
The property fronts
Mary's River north (
clenny and the count:
park, and according
neighbors, is already
for drug using and
swilling misfits on we
They oppose any fur
velopment of recreatic
- private or pubic -
Steel Bridge.
The protesters fil
meeting room the eve
May 24 during a hea
fore the Land Planning
which voted with one
to approve the request
owner Bryan Rhoden
ing the zoning from
tial to recreation. Mr.
has twice before app
a county board to eit
chase the tract or enter
joint agreement, and tn
(See page 4)




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French bestow highest

medal on Normandy vet


A Macclenny man who
has already been decorated
by the US for his service
during World War II was
given France's highest hon-
or at a touching ceremony
on May 22.
Oscar Hobbs, who has
lived in Baker County all
his life, was part of the Al-
lied invasion of Nazi-oc-
cupied France on June 12,
1944, just six days after the
famed D-Day invasions. He


Ms. Brittain (standing in background) addresses packed meeting room May 24.


LM II. d-v -
on areas A
-alongLatest FCAT r
1led the
ning of improving but
ring be-
Agency, BY ANDREW BARE
dissenter Press staff
by land- FCAT results released by
chang- the Florida Department of Ed-
residen- ucation show a Baker County
Rhoden school system that is improv-
proached ing, but still lags behind state
other pur- averages in a number of areas.
er into a On May 23, the DOE re-
~ice riiei leased more results of the
FCAT, a comprehensive as-
sessment test taken by the ma-
jority of Florida students. This
time, the state revealed math
and reading scores for students
in the fourth through 10th
Grades and science scores for
grades five, seven and 11.
The state measures the per-
centage of students who scored
at or above grade level. Baker
County students in all but one
grade improved their read-
ing performances from 2006.
Ninth grade reading perfor-
mance dropped three percent-
(See page 2)


resultss show local students are

still lagging behind state levels


More FCAT Results...



Readling 53% 66% 68%
Math 50% 60% 69%
Reading 60% 68% 72",
Math 49?- 45% 59%
Reading 42% 49% 490
Math 58'0 67% 63%
Science 25% 38% 38%
S. F i, Reading 36c% 33% 41%
Math 60,% 570o 60
I lEI Reading 25% 31% 34%
Math 59% 65':5 650,5
fBJ=3 s Science 24% 38% 37%
*Above scores are students who achieved grade level and higher.
Numbers in bold indicate significant changes in percentage points.
Scores from www.fdoe.org ILLUSTRATION BY JESSICA PREVATr


was then 19 and attached to
Company H of the 79th In-
fantry Division. Trained as
a rifleman, heavy machine
gunner and mortar team
member, Pvt. Hobbs was
wounded in the arm by Ger-
man fire later that summer.
For his efforts, Mr. Hobbs
was awarded the Bronze Star
and Purple Heart. And last
Tuesday, a grateful French


(See page 6) Mr. Hobbs
Photo courtsey of Charlotte Hobbs


4 arrmeedaft chase


Four Jacksonville men are
in county jail awaiting transfer
to Lake City following their
arrests 'west of Glen St. Mary
along Interstate 10 the morning
of May 29.
The four are expected to be
charged with the burglary of
a Lake City tire and rim shop
on US 90 east, then fleeing at
speeds of up to 100 mph north
to the interstate and east into
Baker County about 3:15 that
morning.
Their 2005 Dodge SUV was
stopped east of CR 229 near
Sanderson with the aid of stop
sticks laid across the eastbound
lanes by Sgt. Michael Crews.
The suspects fled into nearby
woods off Reid Stafford Rd.
and were tracked by dogs from
both Baker and Union correc-
tional to the north side of the
interstate. Two were caught
near Smokey Rd. after dawn
and two others just south of
US 90 at Gilford Davis Rd near
Margaretta.


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Booked locally for high-
speed fleeing and fleeing into
the woods were the driver,
Donald Washington, 32, Jason
Washington, 27, J-Cobi John-
son, 18, and 25-year-old Sabre
Watson. Authorities said the
Washington suspects are broth-
ers, and the older one is wanted
in Jacksonville for armed bur-
glary.
Ten tire rims in the 20-22
inch size were recovered from
the SUV, all allegedly taken
from Wasden's Tire and Rims
in Lake City.
Capt. J.L. Dubose of the
Lake City police department
said a neighbor reported suspi-
cious activity at the tire store
about 3:00 am, and the suspects
eluded responding patrol cars,
damaging one by ramming it
before;the Dodge fled at high
speed north toward the inter-
state.
Baker County deputies were
alerted when the chase turned
(See page 4)




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Three industrial parks


(From page 1)
Ginger Barber, who wears
twin-hats as-the director of the
chambersand Baker County De-
velopment Commission, said the
Adar proposal east of Enterpfige "
West near Sanderson will need
a "transportation element" to
improve what is already some-
what of a bottleneck for trucks
coming and going from I-10
to Insteel, Sanderson Pipe and
Hanson.
"Arnold Rhoden Rd. will
probably have to be four-laned
to I-10 with traffic lights and the
I-10 exits there will have to be
modified," predicted Ms. Bar-
ber, who told the planning board
she was. representing also the
sentiments of the three corpora-
tions.
Macclenny attorney Hugh
Fish, representing the Adar firm,
conceded Ms. Barber's point,
adding that the state will require
substantial road infrastructure
before approval of the plan any-
way.
"We can't agree beforehand
to four-lane Arnold Rhoden Rd.
It might be another road, and the
state will tell us which," stated
Mr. Fish.
Pat Bass, secretary to the
LPA, jumped into the discus-
sion, asking Mr. Fish if the de-
veloper was prepared to buy out
homeowners along Rhoden Rd.
including herself who she
argued will be "sandwiched"
between the Enterprise West and
Adar development, which ac-
cording to its application, would
be done in two-three phases.
Adar will next month seek a
zoning change from the present
agriculture to light industrial.
Noah Davis, another nearby
resident who lives off a road
named after him, bemoaned the
loss of a rural atmosphere that
will result if the development
goes through. He and a neighbor
sought assurances that truck and


other traffic will be routed away
from their neighborhood. Mr.
Fish responded by saying details
of that nature will be addressed
but are far down the road.
Interstate access -is likely to
be a major concern for the Tex-
as-based Jackson-Shaw firm that
seeks to purchase 1225 acres
from the Knabb family for an in-
dustrial park between US 90 and
I-10 bordering on the east by the
Nassau County line (see inset).
Ms. Barber endorsed the pro-
posal, citing the firm's Jaxport
development near the airport as
"first class" and indicating it will
enhance the area east of Mac-
clenny notably Enterprise
East where available acreage
exists beside the million-square
foot Wal-Mart warehouse.
Still, as project consultant
Michael Brown of the Jackson-
ville firm of England, Thims and
Miller pointed out last week,
construction of a new I-10 in-
terchange near Trailridge is vital
to the concept that envisions 6
million-square feet on two doz-
en industrial sites plus another
300,000 square feet of commer-
cial space including hotels near
the interchange.
Mr. Brown indicated the
transportation mode centered
around the new interchange
will be the most difficult hurdle
since both the state DOT and
federal highway authorities are
involved.
Jackson-Shaw will not re-
quest a re-zoning next month,
and instead an amendment alter-
ing the present agriculture land
use element to industrial, com-
mercial and conservation.
The proposal by Avery Rob-
erts, a Lake Butler timber and
land investor, requests a change
from agriculture to industrial for
a pie-shaped tract bordered on
the north by I-10 and the south
by US 90 west of the roads' in-
tersection west of Sanderson


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proposed

(see inset). Earlier the acreage
was accepted into a designation
called the Olustee Industrial De-
velopment Node for future land
use purposes.
: Represented by consultant
Mike Brown of the England,
Thims firm, the request is gen-
eral in nature and serves to bring
the tract into the overall future
plan as industrial zoning. It will
remain so whether the Roberts
group eventually develops it or
sells it off.
Developments the size of the
three presented to the LPA last
week may not trigger the state's
involved DRI (development of
regional impact) process be-
cause, among other things, Bak-
er County's designation as an
economically blighted area may
exempt it. However,'because the
"transportation modes" are vital
to state and local approval -
developers are required to show
how excess traffic will be han-
dled, and be prepared to pay for
the necessary improvements, in-
cluding water and sewage treat-
ment plants it appears likely
they will come under close scru-
tiny before development permits
are issued.
The LPA agreed to send all
three to the county commission
for hearings June 18 without
dissent.






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FACT scores below the state


(From page 1)
age points; only 33 percent of
ninth graders demonstrated an
ability to read at grade level.
The largest jump came from the
fifth and seventh grades, both at
eight percentage points. The re-
sults show 68 percent of Baker
County fifth graders reading at
grade level, along with 63 per-
cent of seventh graders.
In an interview for a previous
story, Susan Voorhees, the dis-
trict director of accountability
and special programs, attributed
much of Baker County's steady
upward trend in reading scores
to the Florida Reading Initia-
tive. The FRI, which is several
years old in Baker County, was
introduced in local elementary
schools in an effort to aid evalu-
ation of a student's reading lev-
els and improve them through
intensified, direct efforts.
"We felt like [the improve-
ment in scores] was going to
be coming soon," Ms. Voor-
hees said. "We've had some
outstanding professional devel-
opment. We've had wonderful
participation with our parents
and students in anything we do
additionally 'with tutoring to
strengthen their academic skills.
"[Teachers] do what they call
'guided reading instruction.'
They break up, based on where
[the students] are in strengths
and weaknesses. And they have
purposeful activities while a
teacher does a teacher station
and works in-depth with stu-
dents at certain levels."
In science testing, all three
grades evaluated by the FCAT
improved over 2006 scores; 11th
graders in Baker County jumped


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14 percentage points, to 38 per-
cent who tested at grade level.
And for mathematics, only fifth
and ninth graders experienced a
decline in the percentage of stu-
dents who tested at grade level.
But while Baker County has
improved in a number of areas,
it still trails the state averages in
most categories. In five of the
seven grades tested for reading
competency, Baker was behind
the state percentages. Only Bak-
er's seventh and eighth graders
equaled their counterparts in the
rest of Florida.
Mathematics was more of a
mixed bag. Fifth graders were
badly off the pace set by the
state of Florida; their 45 per-
cent rating was 14 percentage
points below the state average.
Fourth graders also fared badly
by comparison, though they did
experience a sizable ten per-
centage point bump from previ-
ous years. Still, both sixth and
eighth graders out-performed
their peers in math.
Science was split evenly.
Again, fifth graders fell below
the state averages, 11th graders
were slightly above and eighth
graders were exactly even.


Unoccupied

residence is

ransacked
Police responded to reports
of a break-in off Tommy Road
in Glen St. Mary on May 24.
Keith Johnson told police that
he was the caretaker of the home
on Tommy Road. The original
owners have moved and he peri-
odically checks on the property.
Mr. Johnson told police thht
when he checked the mobile
home, he noticed the rear win-
dow was broken. And when he
entered the home, he found the
interior ransacked.
Deputy Patrick McGauley
said food, dishes and paint were
scattered around the premises.
Mr. Johnson said nothing was
missing from the home, and that
he had no desire to press charges
or investigate the incident.
In another report, Maggie
Tressler of Macclenny told po-
lice that same day someone had
pried open the front door to her
'Brent Lane home while she was
at work. The victim also report-
ed nothing was taken from the
residence.


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Witnessing WWII veteran
Oscar Hobbs being presented
the Legion d'honneur on May
22, 2007 in
Macclenny was TH
a special and T
unique privi-
lege. PO
Phillipe
Vinogradoff, KELLEY
Consul General
of France in Miami, made the
formal presentation in his native
French, then pinned the hand-
some medal to the lapel of Mr,
Hobbs' jacket.
The consul general graciously
thanked Mr. Hobbs for helping
to liberate his country in 1944.
Amid the applause, Floyd
Hobbs, a veteran of the Vietnam
War, hugged his father, wiped
tears from his eyes and said
'Congratulations, Daddy. It's
been a long time coming."
Created by Napoleon
Bonaparte in 1804, the award
of merit is today conferred upon
men and women, either French
citizens or foreigners, for out-
standing achievements in mili-
tary or civil rife.
The award itself is a hand-
some object and its appearance
has changed many times through
France's history, reflecting the
ideals and philosophies of its
many rulers, monarchies and re-
publics.
The award has variously uti-
lized the image of Napoleon, a
silver star and eagle, a crown
and tri-colored flags.
The current design incorpo-
rates an adaptation of a Maltese
Cross, the emblem of the sover-
eign military order of the Re-
ptiilic of Malta. Being a secular
award, the Legion d'honneur
cross bears five arms instead of
four. Between each arm of the
cross are oak and laurel leaves.
In the cross' central disk is
the image of Marianne, the per-
sonification of Liberty and Rea-
son and the national emblem of
France. Surrounding the disk
is the legend: Republique Fran-
caise (Republic of France). On
the reverse side the tri-colored
flag of France is shown with the
legend Honneur et Patrie (Honor
and Fatherland).


The cross design is rendered
in blue, white and green enamel
gilded in gold. It hangs from a


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separate laurel
wreath and the
entire deco-
ration is sus-
pended from a
red ribbon.
GAN Mr. Hobbs
was surround-


ed by family on this special day.
During a particularly emotional
moment he hugged the neck of
his daughter Kathy Robertson
with one hand while holding
onto his sister Betty Crews with
the other.
In 1777, a young French-
man, the Marquis de La Fayette,
outfitted a frigate with his own
funds and sailed for the shores
of America. Only 16 at the time,
he had like so many of his coun-
trymen developed an abiding
enthusiasm for the ideals put
forth in America's Declaration
of Independence. At the side of
George Washington and another
French officer, the Comte de
Rochambeau, La Fayette helped
defeat British General Lord
Charles Cornwallis during the
Battle of Yorktown, Va.
Cornwallis' surrender brought
about Britain's negotiation for an
end to the American Revolution-
ary War.
La Fayette and Washington
became friends for life, and
he even named his son George
Washington du Motier. The
Frenchman's dedication to the
pursuit of democracy in both
France and America was his
strongest passion and he became
known as the "Hero of Two
Worlds." -
Oscar Hobbs, at 18, was only
two years older than La Fayette
when he entered into combat to
help liberate France from Nazi
Germany. He too, believed in
democracy and was willing to
sacrifice himself to help others
achieve it.
Now 82, he swears that, "If
it ever occurred to come forth
again, and I was able, I'd be
there."
Mr. Hobbs accepted the med-
al with heartfelt pride, for him-
self and for the legions of young


comment


Professionalism offirefighters and

volunteers duringthe Bugaboo Fire
Dear Editor:
In a professional capacity, I witnessed firsthand the frightening na-
ture of an unpredictable firestorm (the recent Bugaboo fire).
There was a real potential for disaster to Baker County, but for the
grace of God and efforts of many dedicated professionals we experi-
enced no loss of life, no injuries and no loss of property.
As a citizen who calls Baker County home, I want to thank the
agencies involved in the firefighting effort. The teamwork and coordi-
nated efforts of the US Forest Service, the Florida Division of Forestry,
Baker County fire and rescue, Macclenny Fire Department, the volun-
teers and staff of the Sheriff's Office all helped avert a disaster.
This endeavor could not have been effective without the coopera-
tion, understanding and patience of the residents who were evacuated.
They, too, should be commended.
Joey Dobson
Baker County sheriff


men who made the ultimate sac-
rifice. The convictions held by
Mr. Hobbs and others is perhaps
best expressed on a granite wall
at the Korean War Memorial in
Washington D.C. Etched into
the wall is this telling declara-
tion: "Freedom is not Free."
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THE MATTER
ROBERT GERARD
I've been shopping for shoes,
and I don't like shopping for
shoes.
That doesn't mean that I want
to run around barefoot. I never
really ran around barefoot, even
as a kid. My mother always
worried about tape worms. She
worried about a lot of things and
tape worms were high on her
list, so I was a committed shoe
wearer.
That said and tape worms
aside, I don't notice shoes; they
are like underwear to me. You
may be wearing them, but I
don't see them unless you make
a point of showing me.
On occasion I have to buy
shoes,and when I do it invariably
puts me in a foul humor. That's
is particularly the case when I
have to buy tennis shoes.
There are two reasons for
that. One, I only like the particu-
lar kind of tennis shoe that has
been extinct as long as the Ty-
rannosaurus Rex canvas ten-
nis shoes. Leather shoes make
my feet hot and I hate hot feet.
Two, tennis shoes are ridicu-
lously expensive. You have to
take out a small business loan
to afford a pair of Nikes, and I
don't buy Nikes for that reason.
In my college speech class
I talk about how Calvin Klein
and Nike changed the business


world forever. Calvin Klein was
the first person to charge $40 for
a pair of jeans and Nike upped
the price of a pair of top-of-
the-line tennis shoes by $50 in
the early eighties. I had sticker
shock when I looked at a pair of
athletic shoes that were $159.
Not only should these make me
run as fast and jump as high as
Carmello Anthony, they should
actually turn me into Carmello
Anthony for that kind of cash.
As regular column readers
probably have already figured
out, my mind works a little off
the track. I look at things like
tennis shoes and make slightly
bizarre connections.
I was shopping for shoes on
Saturday and had one of those
moments. I was looking at a
pair of mega-dollar basketball
shoes. You know the type of
shoe. They are huge. They look
like they should have a number
on the side of them because they
are as big as a naval vessel.
As I was looking at this shoe,
I realized something. Shoes are
the equivalent of cars that we
wear. We pick our shoes in the
same way we pick our cars.
Look at a pair of basketball
shoes and then look at an SUV
- they're basically the same. A
Cadillac Escalade and a pair of
black Nike Airs are pretty much
the same thing. Shoes and cars
both reflect our personality.
A pair of big, clunky Wolver-
ine work boots are probably go-
ing to climb into a Ford F-150
and go to work.
On the other hand, a pair of


Ferragamo pumps are going to
fit right into that Mazda Miata or
Toyota Solara. Can you imagine
a pair of Wolverines in a Miata?
Not me.
But I can certainly see Doc
Martens or Crocs in a Scion or
a Honda Element. You know the
cars I'm talking about. The Sci-
on resembles a pint of milk with
wheels. The Element is bigger
- it looks like a half-gallon.
I was passed by a PT Cruiser
on the way home. Definitely
some Clark flip-flops in that
baby. A PT Cruiser driver is not,
I repeat, not going to wear Fer-
ragamo pumps. Much too pre-
tentious.
I have been driving my
daughter's VW Bug and wearing.
my ugly Clark slip-ons. They fit
together nicely.
Mustang drivers are going to
be shod in Nike trainers or high
end Adidas. Perhaps KSwiss.
College kids with a skate-
board chunked in the back seat
are driving beat up Honda Civ-
ics and wearing Vans. Their Ma-
mas are driving new Accords or
Corrolas or Caravans or Town
and Countrys and wearing sen-
sible open-toed sandals.
When I was a teen I drove a
Dodge Dart and wore a pair of
cheap canvas Keds. My shoes fit
my vehicle exactly.
I finally drove home a pair
of Reebok tennis shoes that are
ugly as sin but light as a feather.
They too, resemble the Bug. I'm
glad that I didn't have to buy
a new car to bring home new
shoes.


What if the non-profit corpo-
ration formed to build and lease
the new jail finds itself strapped
for revenue to pay off $45 mil-
lion in debt? Who gets stuck
with it?
The way the non-profit is
constituted, the taxpayers of
Baker County are off the hook.
But this week we learn a clause
in the bonding agreement ob-
ligates the county to "...use its
'best efforts' to make such pay-
ments from sources other than
ad valorem taxes."
Okay. But does that give the
bondholders unspecified re-
course in the event those "best
efforts" fail to produce revenues
necessary to keep the bonds
afloat?
The county's attorneys and
bond experts think not. They
are confident the way the bond
is structured shields ad valorem
taxes, and indicated that the
county's current fiscal status
may even earn a "rated" bond
status when they are sold, which
translates into generally lower
interest rates.
Would the "best efforts"
clause preclude bondhold-
ers from taking Baker County
to court because it created the
non-profit and getting a judge to
buy into the concept of having
the county seek other "perma-
nent financing" vehicles to get
the debt paid off? It would not
be "ad valorem taxes" per se,
but does that mean the county
couldn't be forced as a control-
ling government entity to find
other avenues?
Just asking.
The compromise immigration
reform package proposed by the
US Senate recently is a joke. But
that doesn't mean it won't come


to pass with its "amnesty by any
other name" provision. Will the
eventual law, even if it does what
should have been done 20 years
ago and tightens up our borders,
somehow reduce the number of
bodies in custody by the ICE
(Immigration and Customs En-
forcement) agency.
If so, a new Baker County jail
with considerably fewer than the
350 ICE inmates than planned
.to make it work on the revenue
side could spell big trouble.
The concept of having a fed-
eral agency foot the bill for a
new jail and for the expense of
housing local inmates is sound.
But it rests squarely on the
premise that the inmate (and
revenue) flow will be sufficient
to pay the huge financial obliga-
tion we will take on to make it
happen.
The ICE people say they bad-
ly need a facility in north Florida
to handle the load, but they, like
the US Marshals Service before
them, stop short of committing
to any guarantees.
The question is thus: Is such
an uncertainty the lack of
guaranteed revenue sources -
sufficient to stop a project like
this in its tracks? Not necessar-
ily.
Question two: Could a revised
immigration policy adopted by a
nervous nation adversely affect
our ability to meet the largest
public debt in Baker County's
history? And, who do we turn to
if that happens?
I'm just asking, is all.

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Neighborsprotestprivate


(From page 1)
with a cool response.
The recommendation and
others that evening earlier
approved by the planning office
do not constitute actual zon-
ing changes. They are merely
recommendations to the county
board, which has authority over
zoning matters.
Paula Brittain, the first of sev-
eral opponents to take the po-
dium, drew applause when she
suggested a review of police re-
cords bolsters the case that noth-
ing further should be allowed to
increase the unruly and destruc-
tive behavior of many who fre-
quent Boy Scout landing.
She also presented a petition
said to contain the names of
property owners sharing her sen-
timent. The Steel Bridge neigh-
borhood along the river consists
of both primary and secondary
residences most elevated be-
cause of frequent river flooding.
Dan Hysler, another neigh-
bor, told the LPA of times when
he's been run off of Steel Bridge
returning home at night.
"The Baker County Sheriff's
Office doesn't have the resourc-
es to patrol this area as it is, and
it's ludicrous to re-zone it [com-
pounding the problem]," Mr.
Hysler argued. "They all know
where to come for a good time
on Friday and Saturday nights.
It's a disgrace to line somebody's
pockets with money."
He echoed several others who
mistrust petitioner Mr. Rhoden's
promise that the camp will be
well-run and -supervised. Mr.
Hysler pointed out that Mr. Rho-
den several years ago was less
than truthful when he allowed
dirt excavation on another piece
of property nearby, and called it
a "borrow pit." It turned out to
be a "full blown mining opera-
tion," the speaker alleged.
Mr. Rhoden took the floor af-
ter initially declining to speak,
arguing the campground will


enhance property values in the
neighborhood.
"I'm trying to do the right
thing here," he declared, adding
he welcomes suggestions from
the neighborhood. "Ain't no-
body going to make any money
on this anyway."
Ms. Brittain returned to ask
county manager Joe Con6, sit-
ting ih for a vacationing plan-
ning director Ed Preston, wheth-
er the county approached Mr.


Mr. Rhoden argued camp will enhan
Rhoden about a joint venture, or
the other way around.
She was admonished by
board chair Jack Baker, who
termed such discussions as "ir-
relevant."
"We're here to decide wheth-
er there's any legal reason the
re-zoning shouldn't be sent to
the commission for a decision,"
Mr. Baker explained.
Ms. Brittain was referring to
earlier reports later deemed
unfounded that Baker Coun-
ty entered into a pact with Mr.
Rhoden for a joint venture
where the latter controlled (and
charged for) access to the popu-
lar boat ramp.
Mr. Cone said later the report


east oh 1-40 toward the county line with
both Lake City and Columbia County
units involved.
Deputy Randy Davis said the Dodge
continued for about a mile afer the sharp
metal sticks damaged a left front tire, and
that he and other officers briefly chased
the suspects into the woods near Stafford
before losing site of them.
Capt. Dubose said multiple charges
await the four when they return to Co-
lumbia County, including an aggravated
assault count on the older Mr. Washington
for aiming the Dodge and striking the pa-
trol car. Other counts include burglary and
grand theft, and counts related to fleeing
and a high-speed pursuit.
Sgt. Crews said both pairs of suspects
kept in contact via cell phone, and at one
point Jacksonville officers listened in as
the elder Mr. Washington's wife took a
call from him requesting someone drive
to Baker County and pick him up.
A suspicious vehicle was followed
briefly going
slowly along
I-10 west of
Smokeys Rd.,
then as it turned
around at 229
and re-entered
the interstate
heading east.
It exited at
Glen St. Mary,
then re-en-
tered when the
driver likely
Sabre Watson
noticed the po-
lice presence at the interchange.


campground
may have emerged from "free-
wheeling informal discussions"
between Mr. Rhoden and Mr.
Preston when the former applied
for the zoning change. Nothing
was proposed or agreed upon,
and matters like that would be
the purview of the county board
in any case.
During the application pro-
cess, it was discovered the 2.5
acre Boy Scout landing was
improperly zoned agriculture. A
bid to correct that and
change to recreational
was also passed by the
LPA and will be sent to
the commission for a
vote next month.
Mr. Cone conceded
the re-designation he
termed "housekeep-
ing" necessary if the
county applies for rec-
reation grants at the
Standing may have con-
tributed to the rumors
of collusion. He and
many of the protesting
neighbors met an hour
before the LPA ses-
sion to set the record
straight.
Member C.J.
Thompson cast the
only vote against rec-
ce area. ommending the re-
zoning.
In other petitions, the plan-
ning board sent to the county
commission for consideration:
V A land use change on 10
acres of the Glen Plantation off
Odis Yarbrough Rd. from agri-
culture to residential for a ten-
unit subdivision. The property
abuts the Hunters Ridge devel-
opment.
VA land use change on .13
acres from agriculture to com-
mercial sought by Richard Mad-
sen for addition of fuel pumps at
his store (formerly Twin Bridg-
es).
VA large-scale amendment to
the county's comprehensive plan
on 72 acres off CR 125 north of


re-zoning..
Glen St. Mary for a 91-lot sub-
division. The change requested
by owner David Burnsed is from
agriculture to residential.
Drees Homes of Florida, Inc.,
based in Jacksonville, voluntari-
ly withdrew a request to re-zone
121 acres off Nursery Blvd.
near Interstate 10 south of Glen
for a 97-unit subdivision named
Stone Bridge.
Residents living immediately
to the north of the project in the
Glenwood Subdivision, includ-
ing the president of the hom-
eowners' group, expressed con-
cern over drainage woes if water
from wetlands to the west plus
alterations to the tract formerly
owned by the Glen St. Mary
Nurseries Company is not prop-
erly diverted.
The speakers, including Rob-
ert Eberlee who lives in a sec-
tion of Glenwood not under the
homeowners' group, and Dr.
George Weeks, the association
president, argued that serious
drainage problems already exist
in the area.
Members of the LPA also in-
dicated to Drees representative
Jeff Ferguson they won't ap-
prove a development of that size
without central sewer and water.
Drees is proposing individual
wells and septic tanks.
Glen St. Mary mayor Juan-
ice Padgett, a non-voting mem-
ber of the planning board, said
she earlier understood when
the large-scale amendment for
Stone Bridge was discussed that
it would have central utilities.
"I have a problem when
a large-scale amendment is
changed," she asserted, not-
ing that the developer was in-
formed water is available from
the, town's central supply, and
an agreement for sewer could
be worked out with the City of
Macclenny, which has already
extended into Glen's core and
serves two nearby schools.


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election next Tuesday

Don't forget, there's an election next Tuesday, June 5.
That's right, Baker County voters will join counterparts across 12
other north and north-central Florida counties choosing candidates
for a runoff June 26.
The winner among three Republican and two Democratic can-
didates will replace Nancy Argenziano of Dunnellon, a Republican
three-termer who is leaving the Florida Senate for a seat on the Flori-
da Public Service Commission. None of the people on next Tuesday's
ballot hail from this part of the district that stretches west to eastern
Leon County, then south to Citrus County. It is Florida's largest sen-
ate district in area.
Polls will be open the customary 12 hours starting at 7:00 am next
Tuesday, and early voting is going on all this week until Saturday
afternoon at 5:00. Go to the election supervisor's office at the down-
town Macclenny annex (former Citizens Bank building). It opens
daily at 9:00 am.
A thumbnail sketch of the candidates starting with Republicans:
V Dennis Baxley of Ocala, a funeral director and member of the
Florida House since 2000.
V Don Curtis of Lake Bird in Taylor County, ex-assistant director
of the Florida Division of Forestry and current owner of The Forestry
Company.
V Charlie Dean of Inverness, an ex-public school teacher and ad-
ministrator in Citrus County, former sheriff and currently a state rep-
resentative.
The Democrats:
V Susan Franks of Hernando in Citrus County, a former school
board member, alderman and member of the New Hampshire House
of Representatives.
V Mark Ravenscraft, who lives in Leon County outside the 3rd
District but plans to move if elected. He is a former city and county
commissioner in Ohio and chair of the Florida Democratic Disabil-
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Arrestfor reckless driving offriend car


Police arrested a Glen St.
Mary man after several friends
and relatives accused him of
driving dangerously May 22.
Terry Dinkins of Glen St.
Mary said he had lent his 2001
Daewoo Legauza to his brother-
in-law Michael Paschen, 36, so
he could go to work. According
to Mr. Dinkins, his brother-in-
law's girlfriend told him that Mr.
Paschen was drunk and driving
dangerously. The owner said he
intercepted Mr. Paschen off Ru-
fus Powers Rd. and blocked his
path with his own car. But when
he tried to take the keys from his
brother-in-law, Mr. Paschen re-
sisted and ran away.
Another witness, Peggy Gat-
lin, told Deputy Darrin Whitaker
that Mr. Paschen nearly collided
with her car at the intersection of
Odis Yarborough Rd. and 23C.
John Hood, another Glen res-
ident, was in the truck with Mr.
Paschen during the joyride. He
told the officer that Mr. Paschen
had pulled the emergency brake
on 23C, causing the near-colli-
sion with Ms. Gatlin. Deputy
Whitaker found the suspect at
his home on North Sherman
Ave. and he refused to answer
any questions about the incident.
He was arrested there.
In other incidents, police ar-
rested Kenneth Harvey, 31, of
Sanderson and accused him of
attempting to break into the resi-
dence in Glen.
Renee Brumfield called the
Sheriff's Office from her Madi-


son St. home and said a man was
standing at her front door, furi-
ously pounding on it and shout-
ing obscenities. Deputy Randy
Davis says that when he arrived
at Ms. Brumfield's home,he saw
Mr. Harvey banging on the front
door. According to the officer,
Mr. Harvey struggled to main-
tain his balance and smelled
strongly of alcohol.
Mr. Harvey could not tell
police why he was trying to get
into Ms. Brumfield's home. He
was arrested and charged with
disorderly intoxication; accord-
ing to Deputy Davis, on the ride
to the Baker County jail Mr.
Harvey threatened to beat up the
officer and everyone in jail.
Deputy Sgt. Thomas Dyal
arrested a father and a son and
charged them with domestic vio-
lence May 22 after both claimed
that the other instigated a fight.
David Campbell Jr., 36, told
the officer his father David Sr.,
60, started a shoving match. Ac-
cording to the younger Camp-
bell, he was attempting to break
up a shouting match between
his father and his wife when the
older man began to shove him.
He says his father fell face-first
into a china cabinet.
The older Campbell al-
leged that the fight began over
the issue of power-sharing in
the house and that his son had
punched him in the face. Deputy
Dyal says that the father threat-
ened to kill the son if he ever got
his hands on him.


Police arrested Sanderson
resident James Johnson, 32,
on May 22 and accused of him
of trying to sneak tobacco into
Baker County jail. According
to the sheriff's department, Mr.
Johnson hid the tobacco in a
body cavity.
Police say they were tipped
off by several confidential in-
formants inside the jail, and that
Mr. Johnson, when confronted
with the accusations, admitted
to hiding the tobacco.
Deputy Dyal also arrested
Richard Haynes, 45, of Mac-
clenny. According to Wilma
Tate, a Glen St. Mary resident,
Mr. Haynes started ransacking
her house on May 25 because
she wouldn't go the store and
buy him beer. She said he had
been drinking for two days. She


alleges that he broke the back
window of her car.
According to Deputy Dyal,
Mr. Haynes admitted to busting
the window.
And Deputy Dyal also ar-
rested Evelyn Tracey, 47, at
Mac's Liquors in Macclenny on
a charge of disorderly intoxica-
tion. According to the officer,
Ms. Tracey was sitting in the
bathroom and wouldn't give
her name. The deputy says she
smelled strongly of alcohol.
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A routine traffic stop for bro-
ken tail lights on May 26 result-
ed in two arrests, one on charges
of drug possession.
Deputy Wayne Limbaugh
says he saw a blue Chevrolet
truck driving south on CR 23A
with its blinkers flashing, and
when he pulled it over, driver
Michael Sheridan, 20, of Glen
St. Mary told him that he had
the blinkers on because the tail
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found a water bottle shaped into
a bong when he searched the
truck.
Mr. Griffis was arrested and
charged with possession of
drugs and drug paraphernalia.
Mr. Sheridan was charged with


driving on a suspended license.
In other reports, Deputy Wil-
liam Starling arrested Christo-
pher Barton, 32, of Macclenny
on I-10 and charged him with
driving on a suspended license.
According to Deputy Starling,
Mr. Barton was driving 90 mph
on I-10 about 1:20 am on May
22 when he was pulled over.
When Mr. Barton gave the
officer his driver's license, he
admitted it was suspended for
failure to pay tickets. Dispatch
told the deputy that Mr. Barton's
license had been suspended five
times.
On May 24, Officer David
Bryant arrested Jason Smith, 24,
of Macclenny and charged him
with driving his Ford truck on a
license that had been suspended
six times.
And Deputy Curtis Ruise
arrested Jerod Mallory, 27, of
Macclenny on the same charge
May 22 while Mr. Mallory was
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Flags adorn manygraves in Baker County cemeteries over weekend..
Flags and an eagle, unmistakable icons of the American ideals offreedom, spirit and the pursuit of excellence, grace the grave of World War II US Navy veteran Thomas J.
Fraser, who is buried at Manntown Cemetery south of Glen St. Mary. Each Memorial Day, countless observances are held to celebrate and mourn the lives of the men and
women whose sacrifices have made itpossiblefor Americans and peoples of many countries to live in afree society. Francis Scott Key, composer of the U.S. national anthem,
summed it up best when he called America "the land of the free and the home of the brave." There was no formal observance of the summer's first holiday, but many area
churches included commemorative ceremonies in regular services over the weekend.
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MemorialDaydi proveschilly
Gators aren't the only creatures in Florida waters! A giant red lobster is a fun float
for two-year-old Kierstan while cousin Reagan zips around the family pool in Mac-
clenny in a floating "snail." Clifford Blackshear had fun supervising his grand-
daughter and nephew during their first swim of the season on a breezy and at times
overcast Memorial Day. Overall the weather proved very pleasant for the many fam-
ily celebrations that marked Memorial Day 2007 in Baker County. "These kids are
loving it," said Mr. Blackshear. "Frankly, I'm about to freeze to death."
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Earns French medal...


(From page 1)
government gave him the Le-
gion d'honneur, or Legion of
Honor. Established by Napoleon
in 1802, the "Ordre de la Legion
d'honneur" is the premier order
of France.
The French consul general
in Miami, Phillipe Vinogradoff,
pinned the medal on a smiling
yet teary-eyed, Hobbs. After
the ceremony, Mr. Hobbs remi-
nisced with several old friends,
including Herb Hicks, the vet-
erans' service officer for Baker
County who coordinated the
event.
The young soldier had never
left Baker County before go-


ing off to war in 1943. He was
wounded during a fire fight in
a town near the Green Forest
in France. According to an in-
terview he did in 2004 with the
Press, he was lying in a ditch
when he was hit.
"Whatever it was, it felt like
somebody hit my arm ivith a
red-hot iron," he recalled. "They
never did figure out whether it
was a bullet or shrapnel."
Roughly 10,000 Americans
have been given the Legion
d'honneur. It. is an award of
great distinction in France. And
now a Macclenny man has be-
come a part of of the French or-
der based on the left bank of the
Seine River in Paris.


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chosen as site ofa new county jail


(From page 1)
$45,000,000 in bonds to finance
the jail effort, and it originally
expected those bonds to be un-
rated, meaning it would have to
offer a higher interest rate to at-
tract potential investors.
But the corporation says
a newly drawn up inter-local
agreement between the BCDC
and Baker County has intrigued
potential underwriters. A sen-
tence in the agreement says that,
if the BCDC should go bankrupt
and be unable to pay back the
bonds, the county "shall use its
'best efforts' to make such pay-
ments from sources other than
ad valorem taxes." According to
county attorney Terence Brown,
this crucial sentence, while in-
dicating the county's backing
for the project, does not legally
bind Baker County to bail out
the BDC in event of the corpo-
ration's failure.
With the land identified, if
not yet purchased, the corpora-
tion now intends to go forward
with the task of hiring a con-
struction manager to oversee the
complex building project. The
corporation hopes to have its
best candidate identified by the
time of its next meeting on June'
20. Barring that, it intends to
iave winnowed the field down
to three finalists.
SThe BCDC, a non-profit cor-
poration, held its first meetings
in December of 2006. It has
since pursued land for the pro-
posed jail, which is scheduled
to be the only holding ground
in North Florida for detained
illegal immigrants and is mod-
eled after a similar project in
Belle Glade, Fla.. The corpora-
tion says it will monitor events
in Washington, where a com-
promise bill proposing a path
to legal status for many of the
millions of illegal immigrants in
the US is up for debate in Con-
gress. A relaxation of immigra-
tion laws could cut down on the
number of those arrested, thus
slashing the new jail's potential
revenues and calling into ques-
tion the corporation's ability to
pay back the bonds.
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buying hard for the new facility
to replace the present jail behind
the courthouse, originally eyed a
tract near Enterprise East off US
90 east of Macclenny at Trail-
ridge.
The Baker County Develop-
ment Commission, which is still
attempting to sell tracts adjacent
to the Wal-Mart Distribution
Center, was cool to the concept
of siting a jail near an industrial
park.
The Jones tract has been un-
der consideration for nearly a
year but held up until recently
due to circumstances surround-
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ago, the jail board got clearance
to conduct soil and other feasi-
bility studies.
The remaining acreage not
deemed wetlands will be avail-
able for other public facilities
and discussions to that end with
the county administration are in
the preliminary stage.
Officials of the federal ICE
(Immigration and Customs En-
forcement) department indicate
they have sufficient detainees to
fill up a facility the size of the
one planned, less beds needed
for local prisoners. The agen-
cy, part of the Department of
Homeland Security, stops' short
of signing any guarantees it will
fill those beds.
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Eight minutes for Glen meeting

The Glen St. Mary Town roads. DOT will pay Glen St. of $500 a month and $150per
Council took a little less than Mary $6600 for the period of hour.
eight minutes May 15 to unani- July 1,2007 to June 30, 2008. V Council members approved
mously pass a number of small V Glen will maintain its ties expenditures for the month of
resolutions. Among them: with attorney Joel Foreman, April. The monthly report indi-
VThe council decided to enter who had left the firm of Nor- cated the town spent $2,349 out
into another annual agreement ris & Norris to start the firm of of its Mercantile Bank accounts,
with the Florida Department Foreman & Olvera, both in Lake and spent $23,649 more than it
of Transportation to maintain City. The town will continue to has taken in since October, 2006
the appearance of several state pay Mr. Foreman the usual fee when the fiscal year began.


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Use only the marking device provided or a number 2 pencil.
If you make a mistake, don't hesitate to ask for a new ballot.
If you erase or make other marks, your vote may not count.

Legislative
State Senator District 3
(Vote for One)

, 0 Suzan Franks

0 Mark T. Ravenscraft


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A luncheon will be held at the
Baker County ag center on US
90 west in Macclenny on Thurs-
day, May 31 at 11:30 am spon-
sored 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 con-
sumption.
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
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TO VOTE, COMPLETELY FILL IN THE OVAL NEXT TO YOUR CHOICE.
Use only the marking device provided or a number 2 pencil.
If you make a mistake, don't hesitate to ask for a new ballot.
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Duval County arrest


follows lengthy chase


A Glen St. Mary man led po-
lice on a chase over I-10 and SR
228 on May 22 before he was
finally pulled over and charged
with grand theft auto in Duval
County.
Police say Daryll Gatlin, 22,
stole a 1986 Toyota truck be-
longing to Macclenny resident
Samuel Yukna. Mr. Yukna told
Deputy William Starling that
an unknown man had taken his
truck and aluminum fishing boat
from his Woodlawn Rd. home
and turned south on Grant St.
According to Deputy Star-
ling's report, Mr. Gatlin drove
by in the truck while he was
speaking with Mr. Yukna. It was
then that Deputy Starling began
pursuing Mr. Gatlin. The fleeing
suspect turned north on CR 125
at 70 mph and nearly lost con-
trol of the truck while entering
1-10.
Deputy Starling says that
Mr. Gatlin, who had acceler-
ated up to 80 mph, again nearly
lost control of the truck when he
exited at SR 228. The officers
continued the pursuit until they
crossed over into Duval County,
where they were told to stop the
chase by the Jacksonville Sher-
iff's Office.
JSO later told Baker County
they had arrested Mr. Gatlin and
recovered the truck.
In other incidents, Macclenny
resident Julie Davis was robbed


of nearly $700 in coins from her
Miltondale Rd. home on May'
23.
Ms. Davis told police she
kept several large containers of
coins on the dresser in her bed-
room. A local company, TLJ
Textures Inc., was doing work
on Ms. Davis' home at the time
of the theft.
Tommy Lauramore, who
owns TLJ, told police he had
seen employee John Brown, 32,
enter Ms. Davis' bedroom. Ac-
cording to Mr. Lauramore, Mr.
Brown had recently been re-
leased from prison. Police were
unable to find Mr. Brown at the
time of the incident report.
Sanderson resident Oliver
Home told police someone had
taken jewelry belonging to his
late father from his home off
Noah Raulerson Rd. Mr. Home
accused his ex-girlfriend, Stacey
Boyle, 31, of taking the jewelry.
Ms. Boyle denied committing
the theft.
Mr. Home told police he nev-
er locks his house.
. And Glen St. Mary resident
Melissa Taylor told police that
someone had taken a large bill-
board she had placed at the in-
tersection of CR 125 and Bob
Burnsed Rd. The sign cost more
than $600.
Police were able to find a
small flashlight and, a pack of
razor blades at the scene.


Wfinn-Dixie victimized thrice


The Macclenny Winn Dixie
store played a prominent role in
three incidents in the last week.
Store manager Tom Debruhl
told police on May 26 that a
man had left a store with nearly
$250 worth of unpaid meat in
a shopping cart. According to
the manager, the man packed
the shopping cart with the meat
and pushed it into the Food Lion
parking lot next door. The Food
Lion manager, William Barfield,
stopped the man, later identified
as Jerame Barber, 31, of Mac-
clenny and retrieved the meat.
Both managers told Deputy
John Hardin that they had seen
a green van driving suspiciously
around the stores. The officer
said in his report he later saw
the van at the intersection of
Lowder St. and CR 228. The of-
ficer found Mr. Barber in the van
and said the man had a strong
odor of alcohol.
According to Deputy Hardin,
Mr. Barber admitted to stealing
the meat for a Memorial Day
weekend cookout. The suspect
was arrested, as were the two
other people in the van at the
time, Felicity Crawford, 30, of
Jacksonville and Randy Mi-
chaels, 32, of Macclenny.
In other incidents, Deputy
Hardin arrested Baldwin resi-
dent Euneka Jefferson, 20, and
charged her with trying to pass a
worthless check at Winn Dixie.
A store employee told the
officer that Ms. Jefferson was


Forest Service: no change in status of


Bugaboo Scrub Fire; largest since 1918

The US Forest Service said Georgia where it started a month May 31 at 7:00 pm. The agency
this week the Bugaboo Scrub ago by lightning strikes, con- will discuss fire fighting tech-
Fire of 2007 goes down in the sumed 123,183 acres in Baker niques including rehabilitation
record books as the largest sin- and Columbia counties. It is 90 of fire lines in the Taylor area,
gle blaze in the lower 48 states percent contained, the scene of hundreds of evacu-
since 1918. Baker County, meanwhile, nations three weeks ago. The for-
At the same time, the USFS remains under a ban on all out- est service also seeks questions
reported virtually no change in door burning, and that ban will from the public.
the status of the Bugaboo fire likely continue until some relief Congressman Ander Cren-
the past week, and its leading comes in the form of rainfall. shaw, whose district includes
edge remains about nine miles Fire danger remains high with Baker and Columbia counties
north of I-10 and 1.5 miles east low humidity levels and after- said last week he will seek fed-
of US 441 in Columbia County. noon winds from the east that eral funds for recovery costs in-
The agency says there have have kept temperatures below curred by agencies in the wake
been no further evacuations, and normal over northeast Florida of the fire.
those who .were evacuated re- the past two weeks.
turned to their homes more than More than 200 active fires re-
a week ago. USFS took the lead- main in Florida, and so far they An
ing role combating Bugaboo be- have consfimed nearly 200,000
cause most of it ranged through acres Bugaboo taking the
the federally-owned Osceola biggest share. :l n
National Forest. USFS scheduled a briefing at I C X IN
The fire, named after an area the Taylor Church in north Baker
of the Okefenokee Refuge in County this Thursday evening,


trying to write a check from a
closed account. Ms. Jefferson
said she didn't know the account
was closed.
According to Deputy Har-
din, when he searched Ms. Jef-
ferson he found a Xanax pill in
her purse. She told the officer
she didn't have a prescription
for the medication. Deputy Har-
din also says he found a bag of
marijuana under the seat of his
cruiser near where Ms. Jefferson
was seated.
Deputy Greg Burnsed arrest-
ed Macclenny resident Tiffiny
York, 25, and charged her with
forging a prescription to Klono-
pin, an anti-seizure medication
that is known to have addictive
qualities.
According to the officer, Dr.
Sharon Acevedo of the Baker
County Health Department
wrote Ms. York a 10-day, 30-
pill prescription for the drug on
May 23. Dr. Acevedo said she
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changing the prescription. Dep-:
uty Burnsed found the woman at
her Dogwood St. home and says
in his report that she admitted to
changing the prescription due to
a drug addiction.


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"I just like driving," says BCSD Bus Driver of the Year Billy Johnson.
PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN


2007 Bus Driver of the Year award to


ohnson-and he just like


BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Press Staff
Dewitt "Billy" Johnson was
recently selected the Baker
County Bus Driver of the Year
for 2007-08. The Macclenny
resident and native of Live Oak
has been driving a school bus in
Baker County since 1986.
There seems to be something
in Mr. Johnson's family tree that
lends itself to operating the big
yellow vehicles.
The veteran bus driver looks
up from behind the desk at the
Baker County bus garage where
he has just finished updating a
parent about a change in a bus
route.
"My Dad drove a bus, his
sister drove a bus and my sister
drives a bus,' he says. In fact, it
was my sister who trained me."
Mr..Johnson's sister Judith
Webb was the Baker County
Bus Driver in 2006-07.
"When you speak to bus driv-
ers they will all tell you the same
thing," says Mr. Johnson, a big
grin spreading across his face.
"Really, none of us can tell you
specifically why we like doing
this. We just like driving the
buses. It's that simple."
Things have changed a lot
since 1986, according to Mr.
Johnson. The training programs
were not in place back then.
"They showed you the instru-
ment panel, made sure you could
back up and turn around, then
assigned you a route. That was
about it"' he said.
Since Mr. Johnson's sister
was already a bus driver, the bus
shop supervisor sent him out
with her to get acclimated.
Eventually all drivers were
required to complete state-regu-
lated training programs. Interim
training is held every year, even
for seasoned drivers to keep skill
levels sharp and introduce any
new developments.
A few of the basic changes
Mr. Johnson has seen imple-
mented over the years are:
Stick shift to fully automatic
engines
Gasoline to diesel fuel
Switch from transporting all
grades together to dividing into
two age groups: K-5 and 6-12.
One thing that hasn't changed
is air conditioning. The buses
are still not air conditioned and
that's a matter of funding. It
costs $12,000 to fit a bus for air
conditioning.
Mr. Johnson misses partici-
pating in bus rodeos, local and
state driving skills competitions
which are no longer held.
Drivers performed such ma-
neuvers as backing up into ever
narrowing spaces without knock-
ing over the posts and driving
through a course of tennis.balls
with only an inch to spare be-
tween the balls and tires.
"Our team from Baker Coun-
ty actually placed 10th in the
state one year," he remembers
proudly.
In Mr. Johnson's opinion,


driving the bus gave him expe-
riences he might not have had
otherwise.
"I learned right along with
the students when I drove them
during their field trips," he says.
"We went to Charleston, SC
and saw that wonderful old city.
I watched the images of incom-
ing planes in a radar screen in
Hilliard and visited a microwave
relay station near Lake City that
was built in a ground bunker
in the 1950s during the Korean
War in case of an atomic bomb
attack. All calls in north Florida
used to be routed through that
station.
"I've been to the governors's
mansion countless times, to St.
Augustine, Sea World, Disney
World, Busch Gardens all
over."
Driving the school bus always
gave Mr. Johnson time to pursue
his farming. Over the years he
grew corn and raised cows and
chickens commercially.
In working with kids, the vet-
eran driver believes two quali-
ties are important: tolerance and
patience. The ability to adapt to
change is necessary, too. Neigh-
borhoods grow and change, and
so do bus routes.
"They change. with the neigh-
borhooddemographics," he says.
"The kids grow up and move on
to another school. You won't
be driving the same route your
whole career."
Humorous and serious situ-


nations arise on the bus like any
' other scenario in life.
Mr. Johnson remembers a
young student sneaking a stray
dog from the school grounds
onto the bus.
"The boy didn't want it to go
to the pound. Somehow he got
that dog in his bookbag. About
halfway on the route I realized
we had a puppy playing on the
floor of the bus."
In another instance, a car trav-
eling on the.same remote stretch
of road as the bus left the road
and flipped over. There were no


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other vehicles around, and Mr.
Johnson was faced with the di-
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rush to the person's aid, while
aware he couldn't leave the chil-
dren unattended.
He called for one of the older
boys he considered mature and
responsible to run to the scene,
quickly access the situation then
hurry back and report. Mr. John-
son used his radio to contact the
bus garage, report their location
and alert them to the situation so
help could be sent.
All in all, driving a school bus
has been a good time. He plans
to keep driving the big yellow'
buses as long as possible.
"I turn 65 soon and'as long
as my health holds out, I'll prob-
ably be driving for a while yet.
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will be offering a school bus driving class for anyone
interested in driving a school bus for Baker County Schools
starting June 4, 2007.
The classes will be held on Monday,Tuesday and Thursday nights
from 6:00 pm 9:00 pm at the Baker County Transportation
compound on Baker Bus Drive. The qlass consists of
20 hours classroom instruction and 20 hours of driving
time.
You must have 5 years licensed driving experience, a Florida
driver's license, a high school diploma or equivalent to
be eligible to take the class. For more information, please
contact the Transportation Department at 259-2444.


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Graduatesfrom UT
Sheena Marie Monds gradu-
ated May 10, 2007 from the
University of Tennessee with her
Master of Arts degree in Eng-
lish. She is currently teaching
at the University of Tennessee
and was voted Top First Year
Professor by the faculty and stu-
dent body.
Sheena is a 2001 graduate of
Baker County High School and
2005 graduate of Florida State
University, where she earned
her Bachelor's degree.
Sheena is the daughter of
Derrell and Donna Monds of
Macclenny.

BCMS lost & founds
.Baker County Middle School
will dispose of all left over "lost
& found" clothing and other
items June 20. Please contact the
school at 259-2226 if you would
like to check on lost items on or
before that date.

Bean representative
A staff member from the of-
fice of state representative Aaron
Bean will be at the Macclenny
City Hall on the third Thursday
of each month. Office hours are
from 10:00-11:00 am.
Appointments are not neces-
sary but recommended by call-
ing (904) 491-3664.


Firewise


workshop
The Florida Division of For-
estry, in partnership with the
Baker County Extension Office,
is presenting "How to Have a
Firewise Home" for residents of
Baker County. This short work-
shop is designed to help home-
owners learn how to best protect
their homes from wildfire.
Join us on Thursday, June 7,
from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm at the
Baker County Extension Of-
fice for this free interactive
workshop. A free BBQ dinner,
valuable wildfire protection in-
formation and free materials
will be provided for registered
participants. Kids can enjoy
dinner and a fun presentation
by Smokey Bear. Register by
calling Barbara Smith, 'Baker
County Extension at 904-259-
3520 at smithba@ufl.edu or call
.Andy Lamborn, Baker County
Forester at 904-259-5128.
Over 100,000 acres have
burned in Baker County this
year. Homeowners should par-
ticipate in this timely and criti-
cal workshop to learn what they
can do to make their homes and
communities safer from wild-
fires.
Workshop topics will include:
why homes burn, firewise con-
struction and landscaping, fire's
natural role in Florida, conduct-
ing .wildfire risk assessments,
the wildland/urban interface and
the national Firewise Communi-
ties/USA program. All partici-
pants will receive free firewise
materials. Dinner from Taylor's
BBQ will be served. Represen-
tatives from the Florida Divi-
sion of Forestry will be on hand
to discuss this important issue
and to answer questions. Please
join us to learn more about how
you can be firewise in your com-
munity.


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social


Mr. Oden & Ms. Worthington

Worthington-

Oden to wed
Brian & Lisa Worthington of
Worthington Springs are pleased
to announce, the engagement
of their daughter, Whitney Su-
zanne to Kendall Blaine Oden,
son of Buck & Charlotte Oden
of Glen St. Mary.
Whitney, a 2005 graduate of
Union County High School, is
currenlty a sophomore at LCCC
in the Associate degree nurs-
ing program and will graduate
in May 2008.Kendall, a 2003
graduate of Baker County High
School, is a licensed electrician
and is employed by Miller Elec-
tric Company of Jacksonville.
He will complete his electrical
apprenticeship in September at
the Jacksovnille Academy of
Electrical Technology.
The wedding is planned for
July 21 at the First Christian
Church of Lake Butler.


Mr Hampton & Ms. Waters

May 26 wedding
Holly Christina Waters and
Corey Keith Hampton were mar-
ried May 26, 2007 at New Life
Church of God in Macclenny.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters of
Macclenny. The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamp-
ton of Cohutta, GA.
After a honeymoon in the Ca-
ribbean, the couple will reside in
Cohutta.

GFWC hosts Canine
Companions speaker
Marietta Birdsell, volunteer
puppy raiser for Canine Com-
panions for Independence, was
the guest speaker at the Wom-
an's club meeting May 17. Mar-
ietta explained how the puppies
spend the first 12-14 months
with a puppy raiser learning
commands, social skills and be-
havior before attending school
to teach them how to be the
hands and feet, eyes and ears
for a physically handicapped
person. After a year of training,
they are matched with a person
whose needs match the dog's
skills. Each dog responds differ-
ently to special needs and that
determines where they will be
placed.
If you know someone who is
in need of a service dog, please
contact Joann Huk at 259-6942
and she will put you in touch
with CCI.


SPECIAL EXCEPTION NOTICE

Pastor Bill Schwartz of Life Church of Baker
County, Inc. acting as agent for Donald Burnsed
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
Monday, June 4, 2007, at 5:00 pm, at City Hall,
118 E. Macclenny Ave.

Roger Yarbrough
Building & Zoning Coordinator
City of Macclenny


Mother passes on her belief that


education is path to achievement


C arolyn Jones Curry
knew she wanted
more for her young-
est daughter Kendra. She be-
lieves that education is the
way to achievement and has
tried diligently to pass that be-
lief on to her daughter.
I grew up in the Pine
Top area where there
weren't many opportu-
nities. Over the years I found
myself wishing I'd pushed my-
self, done more to give myself
more options."
Mrs. Curry made the deci-
sion to do everything she could
to empower
her child for
success, both By
personal and Kelley
academic. e
Tenth grad- Lannigan
er Kendra was
recently rec- Press Staff
ognized by the
Baker County School Board for
academic achievement.
Standing in front of the school
board during its May 21 meet-
ing in Margaretta, Kendra, who
hopes to become a psychologist,
stated that three things were
helping her: a supportive family
- especially her mother; her own
willingness to work hard at her
studies, and her determination to
do her very best in everything.
Kendra concedes that her ac-
complishments so far probably
wouldn't have happened with-
out her mother's influence and
commitment to putting her on
the right path. "I just decided to
make it my job to help her, said
Mrs. Curry. "We established our
routine early, from her very first
day of school, and got her used
to completing homework."
Every day when Kendra re-
turned from school, Mrs. Curry
methodically went through her
daughter's bookbag, looking for
anything that resembled a lesson
assignment., When she had ex-
amined all its contents, Kendra
then had to empty all the pock-
ets on her jeans, her jacket or her
dress where work assignments
or sheets of problems might have
been tucked away and forgotten.
When that was done, her mother
stood back and said "Alright
Kendra, is that all?.Can you
think of anything else?"
Kendra laughs, shakes her
head and says, "It's true. She re-
ally did that. Everyday."
When homework was com-
plete, Mrs. Curry then had Ken-
dra identify problems or sections
of reading she didn't understand.
Mom and daughter worked on
those parts together. The years


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went by and in the sixth
grade, all those daily
study routines began to
pay off when Kendra
starting moving into ad-
vanced classes.
Ms. Curry is con-
vinced having good
teachers who have high
expectations for a stu-
dent's performances is
part of the equation.
"Yes, like Ms. Byers,
a teacher I had in middle
school," agrees Kendra.
"Mrs. Byers made us
work hard. Everyday you
knew that you'd be taking
home at least five books
in your bookbag." p
"In my opinion, that's
a good teacher," agrees
Ms. Curry.
Since moving on to
Baker High and taking r
honors classes, the work
has become even more
challenging. Again, both
mother and daughter
credit dedicated teach-
ers.
"Many teachers will
stay beyond regular
school hours to provide
the honors students addi-
tional instruction. They
work very hard in that
sense."
Kendra agrees and
has a no-nonsense per-
spective about that. "The help
is there if students want it. It's
like someone offering you a gift.
Why not take advantage of it?"
Mrs. Curry empowered her
daughter to rise to the challenge
of academic achievement, but
understood her own limitations
to help.
"The work like math and al-
gebra are now beyond me, so I
can't really help," admits Mrs.
Curry. "But Kendra takes ad-
vantage of other resources like
her older sister, a nurse at St.
Vincent's who is good at math.
The teen makes frequent c,1s
to the older sister for help when
she gets stumped'on a math
problem in the evening. Mrs.
Curry acknowledges that Ken-
dra sometimes complains about
her homework.
"She works hard to under-
stand it and gets frustrated when
she doesn't, but she won't stop
until she gets it," says Mrs. Cur-
ry. "Sometimes I wake up, real-
ize it's after midnight and I have
to make Kendra stop working
and go to bed."
The most valuable thing Mrs.
Curry believes she has been able
to instill in.her daughter is the
tendency to challenge herself.
"When you can help develop
that characteristic in a person,
then they naturally will want to


achieve and succeed in anything
they do," she states. "What more
valuable trait could you nurture
in someone?"
Kendra is involved in many
other school-sponsored activi-
ties.
"Why be influenced by all
the bad, negative things.or peo-
ple around you when there is so)
much positive to take advantage
of?" she asks.
Given this approach, she fills
her time when she is not in class
by participating in the Spanish
club, the multi-cultural club, the
Out Spok'n club, history club and
the Career Academy of Business
Administration (CABA). She
also plays basketball and runs
track.
This summer, Kendra will be
trained in data entry and work
during the fall school term at
the Blue Cross Blue Shield on-
campus office.
She would also like to give
modeling a shot, if she can find
the time to fit it in.


PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Ms. Curry couldn't be more
pleased with the options her
daughter's commitment to work-
ing hard at her studies are poten-
tially opening up for her future.
The dedicated mother urges all
parents to empower and encour-
age their children in this way.
"Regardless of financial or
social circumstances, it doesn't
cost a parent anything to spend
time helping their child learn to
achieve," says Mrs. Jones. "You
can't put a price on that time and
that influence goes such a long
way in changing that child's life
for the better."
It's Kendra's hope that all stu-
denits a come to realize the op-
portumniles available to them and
to take advantage.
"Don't let the negative, un-
happy people around you get
you down, she advises. "Make
up your mind to work hard and
don't settle for less than the best
you can do. It's not worth doing
if you don't have to work for it."


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Mr. Collins, 76,

Korean War vet
Paul Albert Collins Jr., 76,
a resident of Jacksonville, died
May 24, 2007 at Macclenny
Nursing and Rehab Center. Mr.
Collins was a lifelong resident
of Jacksonville and the son of
the late Paul and Frances Col-
lins Sr. He was employed with
the Duval County school system
and retired after 18 years of ser-
vice. He was a veteran of the
Korean War, having served in
the U.S. Navy.
Survivors include his wife
Theresa Mae Collins of Jack-
sonville; sons Butch Collins
,(Sheila) of Jacksonville, Tommy
Collins (Melanie) of Macclenny
and James Collins (Tammy) of
St. George, Ga.; daughter Bren-
da Leeds of Keystone Heights;
brother Danny Collins of Michi-
gan; ten grandchildren and ten
great- grandchildren.
The memorial funeral service
was conducted Saturday May 26
at the chapel of Guerry Funeral
Home in Macclenny with the
Rev. J.C. Lauramore, officiat-
ing.

GssieHarris, 74,

funeral May 26th
Gussie Lee Harris, 74, of
Jena, Fla. died at her home
Thursday, May 24, 2007. She
was born September 20, 1932
in Buckhorn, Fla. to Cecil and
Piccola Oglesby. .Ms. Harris
was a member of Baptist Purity
Church in Salem.
She is survived by sons
Richard Don Hires (Sandra)
of Winter Springs, Fla., Bobby
Joe Hires (Nelia) of Perry, Fla.
and Rodney Lee Hires (Karen)
of Cross City, Fla.; daughter
Darlene Geiger (Bill) of Chief-
land, Fla.; brothers Cecil, Jr. and
Parker Oglesby of Everglade,
Fla. and G.W. Oglesby of Jena;
sister Ila Harris of Macclenny;
18 grandchildren and 26 great-
grandchildren.
Ms. Harris was preceded in
death by son Keith, sister Geor-
gia and her parents.
The funeral service was held
Saturday, May 26 at her church
with Revs. Bobby Joe Hires and
and I.B. Keene officiating. Buri-
al followed at Mt. Olive Cem-
etery in Jena.
Arrangements were by Rick
Gooding Funeral Home in Cross
City, Fla.

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Jon Peterson, 43,

was retired trucker
Jon Allen Peterson, 43, of Jen-
nings, Fla. died Friday, May 18,
2007 at Shands Gainesville after
a lengthy
illness. He
was born in
Macclenny
and was a
truck driv-
er for 25
years until
ill health
forced his
retirement.
Mr. Peter-
son during :-. :e
the course Mr. Peterson
of his ca-
reer lived in various parts of the
United States.
He is survived by fiance Beth
Daniels of Jennings; parents Pete
and Cathryn Crews Peterson of
Glen St. Mary; son Joshua of
Missouri; grandmother Nora Pe-
terson of Jennings; brother Jerry
(Debra) of Glen; step-children
Jennifer and Lee Chilstrom; nu-
merous aunts, nephews and an
uncle.
A memorial service for Mr.
Peterson was held May 22 at
Daniels Funeral Home in Live
Oak with Pastor Eddie Griffis
officiating.
In Loving Memory
of
Tony Hall
9/23/80-6/05/99
You are missed and loved more
than words can describe. Your
memory will remain in our
hearts forever. We are still sad
deep within at times and our
only consolation is knowing that
we will see you again in Heav-
en.
LOVE FOREVER,
YOUR FAMILY
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Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sun. Evening Worship ..6:00 pm
Wed. Eve. Bible Study. .7:00 pm
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their most difficult time. Guerry Funeral Home is proud
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William L. Watson,

avidoutdoorsman
William Lawton Watson, 87,
of Glen St. Mary died Wednes-
day, May 23, 2007. Mr. Watson
was born in Salem, Florida on
February 29, 1920 to the late
James Lawton and Sadie Estelle
Watson. He served in the United
States Army in World War II,
and worked in the construction
industry as a builder. He lived in
Baker County since 1964 and at-
tended Road to Calvary Church
of God. Mr. Watson enjoyed
hunting and fishing.
He was predeceased by his
wife of 55 years, Evelyn Wat-
son; brothers Berlin Watson of
Highland City,' FL, and Carl
Watson of Auburndale, FL; and
his sister Ruby Spies of Talla-
hassee, FL.
Survivors include sons Lar-
ry Watson of Cedar Key and
Charles Watson (Penny) of Glen
St. Mary; five grandchildren,
nine great-grandchildren and
eight great-great-grandchildren.
The funeral service was held
at Souls Harbor Church on Satur-
day, May 26 with Pastor Tommy
Anderson officiating. Interment
followed at Manntown Cem-
etery. Arrangements are under
the direction of V. Todd Ferreira
Funeral Services of Macclenny.
In Memory
of
W. Harry Johnson
1/08/38-06/02/97
Another year has passed,, now
they number ten, since you left
me all alone.
True, I have our daughters, the
grandchildren and the great-
great grandchildren, but no one
can take your place.
I still miss and love you just as
much today as I did on June 2,
1997, when you went to your
heavenly home.
LOVE, JOYCE

Church springfling'
The Glen Church will host its
Spring Fling on Saturday, June 2
from 9:00 am-3:00 pm.,
The event includes a yard
sale, games and a "Glen Idol"
talent competition. All proceeds
from the yard sale and chicken
dinners will be used for play-
ground equipment.
Glen Church is located off
Aunt Mary Harvey Rd.

RevivalatDinkins Church
Dinkins Church, 127 N.,
Sanderson will have a revival
June 4-8 beginning nightly at
7:30. Evangelist Tommy Rich-
ardson will be the guest speak-
er.

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Sunday School: 10:00 am
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Sunday Youth: 6:00 pm
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 31, 2007 Page 12



Project Alaska brings turf to icy north


BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Press Staff

Trent Blankenship was over
5000 miles from home when he
spoke before the Macclenny Ro-
tary Club May 23. Local Rotar-
ians presented Mr. Blankenship
with a donation.toward Project
Alaska, spearheaded by Cathy
Parker of Jacksonville, wife of
Bartram Trail offensive coordi-
nator Carl Parker.
Mr. Blankenship is the su-
perintendent of Alaska's North
Slope Borough School District,
the northernmost school district
in the United States. It covers
an area of 89,000 square miles
and is located above the Arctic
Circle. In that frozen wasteland
next to the Arctic Ocean is the
community of Barrow.
SThe land is barren. There are
no trees and no grass in the Arc-
tic. During the spring when the
usual sub-zero temperatures (of-
ten -50 degrees) soar into the 40s,
the upper layer of permafrost ice
melts, turning the ground into a
sloggy mush. A football field, so
taken for granted in most of the
rest of the country, is a virtual
impossibility in Barrow.
But after Mr. Blankenship
conducted a survey asking stu-
dents what would keep them
in school (Slope Burrough has
a serious drop-out and suicide
rate), the ubiquitous answer was
football.
If that was what it was going
to take to help keep the students
involved and focused, to give
them something to pour their'
life into and give them hope, the
superintendent knew he had to
find a way to do it.


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"A lot of people thought I was
nuts," he admits, "especially for
allocating the money. Most peo-
ple in Barrow had never even
seen a football or knew what the
game was."
With no football field, the
Barrow Whalers played their
first game on a rugged, rocky
stretch of bare ground used to
dry gravel in the summer. ESPN
covered the fledgling players'
first attempt at a sport they had
no true experience in but had
long loved in their hearts.
Cathy Parker saw that story,
became determined to raise
funds to build Barrow a proper
field and set into motion the
events that resulted in Project
Alaska.
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ceived the check from the Mac-
clenny Rotarians.
"I want to tell you that it's so
amazing to be here, in Florida, in
a community like this, where you
can still open a game, a speech,
a school event with prayer. We
can't do that in Alaska," ob-
served the superintendent.
Project Alaska is a partner-
ship between Bartram Trail, The
Jacksonville Jaguars, ProGrass
and the Grimes Companies.
The aim is to raise $500,000 to
construct an artificial turf field
for the Whalers at Barrow High
School.
Joel Barber, president of
the Macclenny Rotarian Club
proudly presented a check for
$200.
Project Alaska recently


brought the members of the
Whalers, many of them Inupiat
Indians, to Florida for a week to
play against another fledgling
high school team in Orlando,
see the local sights and spend a
day with the Jacksonville Jag-
uars. They were amazed by the
Florida beaches, beautiful girls
in bathing suits and the weather.
For many, it was the first time
they had ever seen lightning or
experienced a shower of rain.
Both Ms. Parker and Mr.
Blankenship thanked the Rp-
tarians for their generosity. Su-
perintendent Paula Barton and
assistant superintendent Glenn
McKendree were also in at-
tendance at the meeting and
pledged support from the Baker
County school district.

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Wearing Whalers caps and with photo of team are Rotarian Joel Barber (center), Trent Blankenship and Carol Parker.
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Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night Service 7:00 pm
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(Corner of Hwy 228 & Stansell Street)


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY,
FLORIDA

J.P MORGAN CHASE BANK, AS
TRUSTEE, BY AND THROUGH, ITS
DULY AUTHORIZED SERVICING
AGENT VANDERBILT MORTGAGE
AND FINANCE, INC., SUCCESSOR
IN INTEREST TO OAKWOOD
ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION,


Plaintiff,


CASE NO. 2007-CA-0053


vs.

KENNETH T. ROZENBOOM AND
TRINA M. POLKEY,

Defendants.


NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: KENNETH T. ROZENBOOM AND
TRINA M. POLKEY AND ALL PARTIES HAVING OR
CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTER-
EST IN THE PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following property in
Baker, Florida: 2000 Oakwood manufactured home
serial number HOGA20KO0089 ABC, and Lot 1
of Glen Wood Acres, as per plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 2, Page 113 of the Public Records
of Baker County, Florida, and also a part of Lot 2
of Glen Wood Acres as per plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 2, Page 113 of the Public Records
of Baker County, Florida, being more particularly
described as follows, Begin at the Northeast
Corner of said Lot 2 and run South along the East
line of said Lot 2, 298.97 feet to the North right
of way line of Glen Wood 84*21'51" W, along the
said North right of way line 66.50 feet; Thence N
0605'16"W, 304.94 feet to the North line of said
Lot 2 Thence N 88037'49" along the North line of
Lot 2 95.00 feet to the point of beginning of the
Public Records of Baker County, Florida has been
filed against you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on
Jeremy R. Wilson, the plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is: The Corea Firm, PL.L.C., 325 N. St.
Paul, Suite 4150, Dallas, Texas 75201, telephone:
(214) 953-3900, facsimile: (214) 953-3901 on or
before 30 days after the first publication of this no-
tice and file the original with the clerk of this court
either before service on the plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint.

DATED on MAY 15, 2007.


COUNTY

the Court


Crews


Clerk
5/31-6/7
PUBLIC NOTICE
The U.S. Department of Labor appr
TA-W #61359 for workers of Bayer Cl
Inc. Located in Macclenny, Florida.
These petitions are approved for
ment Assistance/Trade Readjustment
(TAArTRA). To qualify for TRA benefit
have been laid off or put on a reduced w
Workers must also have worked for the
least 26 weeks during the 52 weeks imi
or to their separation or work reduction
wages of at least $30 or more per week
For additional information you ma
ane Nichols at 904-798-0060 ext. 2013
5/31


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 02-2007-DR-156
IN RE: The Marriage of,
David J. Newell Jr., Husband
And Jane Youngblood Newell, Wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JANE YOUNGBLOOD NEWELL
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it on Frank E. Maloney,
Jr. P.A., Attorney, whose address is 445 East
Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063;
904-259-3155, within thirty (30) days after
the first publication of the notice and on or
before the 11th day of June, 2007, and to file
the original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A.,
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the
relieve demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court on this
3rd day of May, 2007.


T.A. "AL" Fraser
Clerk of Court
By: Sherri Dugger
Deputy Clerk
Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A.
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, Florida 32063
5/10-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 02-2007-CA-0060
DAVID J. CREWS and BONNIE Y.
CREWS, his wife as Trustees of the
DAVID J. CREWS REVOCABLE TRUST,
Plaintiff,
vs.

FRED E. GROSS, JR, AND BRENDA F. GROSS,
his wife and WENDOLYN LEE GROSS,
Deceased, CHASE MANHATTAN BANK, USA,
DISCOVER BANK, CAPITAL ONE BANK,
COUNTRY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION and
GREEN TREE FINANCIAL SERVICING CORP.,
and all unknown grantees, creditors, and all
other parties claiming by, through, under or
against them, and if dead, their unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors, and all other parties claiming by,
through, under or against them; and all
unknown grantees, creditors, and all other
parties claiming by, through, under or
against them, and, if dead, or not known to
S be dead!or alive, tr,n ,r :,?r 1il n.o r ,i pi:,: I
estates, unknown spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees and creditors, or other parties
claiming by, through, under or against those
unknown natural persons, and the several and
respective unknown assigns, successors
in interest, trustees, creditors, lienors or any
other party claiming by, through, under, or
against any corporation, existing or dissolved,
or other legal entity named as defendant,
and all claimants, persons or parties, natural
or corporate, or whose exact legal status is
unknown, claiming under any of the above
named or described defendants or parties,
or claiming to have any right, title, or
interest in and to the lands hereafter described.
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: FRED E. GROSS, JR., BRENDA F. GROSS, not
known to be dead or alive; WENDOLYN GROSS,
not known to be dead or alive; CAPITAL ONE BANK
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Action to Quiet
Title on the following property in Baker County,
Florida:
Starting at the Northwest corner of Section
7, Township 1 South, Range 21 East, Thence
running South along Section line 660 feet or
to center line.of Northwest 1/4 of Northwest
1/; thence running East 730 feet to POINT
OF BEGINNING. Thence running South 660
feet or to the South line of Northwest 14 of
Northwest 1%; thence running West 200 feet
along 14 line; thence running North parallel
with /4 liens 660 feet or to center line of 14;
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.

has been filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to it on FRANK E. MALONEY, JR., 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 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.,
P.A., attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the relieve
demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on
this 16 day of May, 2007.

T. A. "AL" FRASER
CLERK OF COURT
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk


BAKER
Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A.
445 East Macclenny Avenue
As Clerk of Macclenny Florida 32063
5/24-6/14
PUBLIC NOTICE
By: Jamie
ByJamie The Baker County Board of Commission has
declared a parcel of land on US 90 West more spe-
cifically described as portion of the Northeast 'A of
Section 4, Township 3 South, Range 21 East, con-
As Deputy training 20 acres more or less as surplus property.
The Board will accept offers to purchase this
vacant land until 4:00 pm June 8, 2007. All propos-
als shall be submitted to Joseph L. Cone, County
roved Petition Manager, 55 North 3rd Street, Macclenny, Florida
nothing Group 32063. All bids should be in a sealed envelope
marked "US 90 West Property" and state the name
Trade Adjust- of the potential buyers, the proposed amount,
: Allowances suggested closing date, method of payment and
ts, you must any special terms and conditions if applicable, and
ork schedule. a minimum deposit of $100. The deposit on all
e employer at unaccepted proposals will be returned. The County
mediately pri- reserves the right to act or reject any and all
i, and earned proposals. More specific information regarding the
property can be obtained at 55 North 3rd Street,
ay contact Di- Macclenny, Florida, anytime Monday through Fri-
day 9 am-5 pm.

5/31-6/7


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCI
IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY,
CASE NO.: 02-

IN RE: The Estate of:
FREDDIE LAMAR LAMBERT,


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FLORIDA
-2007-CP-0009


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
(One PR)

The administration of the estate of FREDDIE
LAMAR LAMBERT, deceased, File Number 02-
2007-CP-0009, is pending in the Probate Court,
Baker County, Florida, the address of which is: 339
East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, FL 32063.

The names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.

ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:

All persons on whom this notice is. served,
who have objections that challenge the validity of
the will, the qualifications of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or jurisdiction of this court, are
required to file their objections with this court,
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS "
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All creditors of the decedent, and other per-
sons having claims or demands against the de-
cedent's estate, on whom a copy of this notice
is served, within three months after the date of
the first publication of this notice, must file their
claims with this court, WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the decedent, and per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's
estate, must file their claims with this court WITH-
IN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED

The date of the first publication of this notice
is May 31,2007.

SREBECCA DOYLE WEBB LAMBERT
Personal Representative

FRANK E. MALONEY, JR., Esquire
Arirnf, :i, F :.;.-,i Representative
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, FL 32063
(904) 259-3155
Florida Bar No.: 142990

5/il-fi/7


ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT
DISTRICT GIVES WRITTEN NOTICE OF INTENDED
DISTRICT DECISION.
The District gives notice of its intent to issue
a Formal Wetland Determination for the following
property:
Cypress Business Park LLC, Petitioner, P.O.
Box 388, Macclenny, FL 32063, File No. 16-003-
102958-1. The property is located in Baker County,
Section 33, Township 2 South, Range 22 East and
includes 3,400 acres. The current owner is Cypress
Business Park LLC.

The file containing each of the above listed
Formal Wetland Determinations are available for
inspection Monday through Friday except for le-
gal holidays 8:00 am-5:00 PM at St. Johns River
Water Management District Headquarters or the
appropriate Service Center. The District will take
action on each permit application listed above
unless a petition for an administrative proceeding
(hearing) is filed pursuant to the provisions of Sec-
tion 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes Chapter
28-106 and 400-1.1007; Florida Administrative
Code (FA.C.). A person whose substantial interests
are affected by any of the Districts proposed per-
mitting decisions identified above may petition for
an administrative hearing in accordance with Sec-
tions 120.569 and 120.57, or all parties may reach
a written agreement on mediation as an alternative
remedy under Section 120.573. Choosing media-
tion will not adversely affect the right to a hearing
if mediation does not result in a settlement. The
procedures for pursuing mediation are set forth in
Section 120.573, FS. And Rules 28-106.111 and
28.106.401-405 F.A.C. Petitions must comply with
the requirements of Florida Administrative Code,
Chapter 28-106 and be filed with (received by)
the District Clerk, located at District headquarters,
4049 Reid Street, Palatka, Florida 32177. Petitions
for administrative hearing on, the above appli-
cations must be filed within twenty-one days of
publication of this notice or within twenty-six (26)
days of the District depositing notice of this intent
in the mail for those persons to whom District
mails actual notice. Failure to file a petition within
this time period shall constitute a waiver of any
right such person may have to request an admin-
istrative determination (hearing) under Sections
120.569 and 120.57, F.S., concerning the subject
permit application.

Petitions which are not filed in accordance
with the above provisions are subject to dismissal.
Because the administrative hearing process is
designed to formulate final agency action, the fil-
ing of a petition means that the District final action
may be different from the position taken by it in
this notice of intent. Persons whose substantial
interests will be affected, by such final decision
means of the Districts on the application have the
right to become a party to the proceeding, in ac-
cordance with the requirements set forth above.

Gloria Lewis, Director
Division of Permit Data Services
St. Johns River Water Management District
HIGGINBOTHAM'S TOWING & RECOVERY
P.O. BOX1120, US 90 WEST
GLEN ST. MARY, FL. 32040-1120
Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (904) 259-6146
The following vehicle will be sold at public
auction June 15, 2007 at 10:00 am, at Higginbo-
tham's Towing & Recovery, US 90 West, Glen St.
Mary, FL. 32040.
1995 Ford 2 door
ID#1FALP62W8SH108034
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SECUR-STOR MINI STORAGE
6809 S. SR 121
Macclenny, Florida 32063
The following unit containing such property
as furniture, household goods, etc., will be sold at
public auction on June 9, 2007. Tenant has up until
the time of the sale to satisfy back rent.
Melinda Johnson, Unit 12
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At left is Evelyn Lee of the Moss Grove
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director Bob .i iia,,uii for a positive at-
titude and flexibility adjusting schedules
on the night shift to insure proper staff-
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liams. At right is Horace Cook, an aptly
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department the past 13 years. Called
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praised by Linda Dumas, the NEFSH
food service director, for "a high level
of professionalism." Mr. Cook is due to
retire at the end of May.
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Joe Welder weight bench and weights,
$100.904-993-6522. 5/31 p
Washer & dryer, $100 for both, refrig-
erator with ice maker, $125, all in good
condition. 259-8235 anytime. 5/31 p
Brand new Sears water softener sys-
tem, $585. Free installation. Good used
appliances. 90 day money back guaran-
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Antique oak upright piano with beauti-
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3X24 ft., 29 gauge, metal roofing; 2x6,
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chinacabinet, buffet, all mahogany, can
be seen at Southern Charm. 259-4140.
12/9tfc
Snapper lawnmower, 8 HP, 30" cut,
$525; 12 HP 30" cut, $700; John Deere,
23 HP, 48" cut, like new. $1500 OBO.
259-5193. 5/31 p
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs,
very ornate, fluted legs, rare; half round
foyer console. All pieces are mahogany
wood. Southern Charm. 259-4140.
2/3tfc
2004 Kubota L2800, 4WD, 65 hours,
top, turf tires, 5 ft. bush hog, 5 ft. box
blade, $9500 OBO; 2004 5x8 covered
trailer, like new, $1350 OBO. 904-327-
7124. 6/31-6/7p
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
259-4140. 12/9tfc
Solid wood cherry sleigh bed with mat-
tress & boxsprings, retail $950, sac-
rifice for $395, can deliver. 904-858-
9350. 11/2tfc
1966 Falcon, restored, $5000; 16 ft.
fiberglass boat, trailer & motor, $950.
259-4434 or 504-7746. 5/31p
Captains bed, nightstand, dresser with
hutch and computer desk, all for $150
OBO. 259-1662. 5/31-6/7p
Daylilies are blooming at Sands Farm.
North 23A to Bob Kirkland Road, left V
mile. 259-6891. 5/17-31 p


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Great news! This summer The Frank-
lin Mercantile will be open Saturdays
10:00 am-5:00 PM. Ya'll come. Railroad
crossing in Glen. 259-6040. 5/31tfc
26 ft. Fleetwood Terry travel trailer,
new A/C, carpet, tile, blinds, tires,
sleeps 5, excellent condition, asking
$7300 OBO. Call 483-7981 or 534-
8187. 5/31 p
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. tfc




1991 Ford Taurus SHO edition, 4 door,
5 speed, new tires, newly rebuilt trans-
mission, new radiator hoses, reliable
transportation, $1200 OBO. 653-1058.
5/31-6/7p
1999 Freightliner FLD120, 10 speed
Condo, runs excellent, $22,000 OBO;
2000 Toyota Echo, cheap on gas, $3900
OBO; 1998 Great Dane flatbed, 45x96
with headboard, $10,500 or take over
payments; set of snow chains for semi,
$250. Ralph at 912-843-2371 or 904-
483-7501. 5/31 p
2005 Honda 600 Shadow motorcycle,
windshield, saddlebags, low miles,
$6000. 259-5456 or 509-7335.
5/24-31p
2006 Chevy Silverado, loaded, $22,000.
259-6711 or 226-3704. 5/31 p
1987 Nissan Sentra, 2 door, runs great,
no air, $550 OBO. 904-327-7124.
5/31-6/7p




Certifiied, licensed CNA with 16 years
experience. References available, hours
dependent on care. Call Wendy at 904-
364-0506. 5/31p
Need a little extra cash? Low cost
business opportunity with residual in-
come. 904-899-3000. 5/24-6/14p
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


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
AKC English Bulldog puppies, very
playful and active, big head, beautiful
and loveable, netbreed@yahoo.com.
5/31-6/21 p
Dogs: all types from puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $50 boarding fees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc
Chihuahua puppy, 10 weeks old, one
male left, $150 cash only. 674-3252.
5/31 p




Lost: Long haired Calico cat- gray, white
& peach, wearing pink color. Lost on S.
5th Street. $100 reward. 275-2986 or
813-5343 please leave message.5/31p


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
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truthfulness of claims. Respondents should
use caution and common sense before
sending any money or making other com-
mitments based on statements and/or
promises; demand specifics in writing. You
can also call the Federal Trade Commission
at 1-877-FTC-HELP to find out how to spot
fraudulent solicitations. Remember: if it
sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
- The Baker County Press
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service needs
experienced full time lawn maintenance
worker with valid Florida drivers license.
259-7335. 3/23tfc
SRN/Treatment team coordina-
tor. Northeast Florida State Hospital
(NEFSH) in conjunction with Baker
County, is recruiting tolfill 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.
5/24-31c
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.
5/24-31c
Pier 6 Seafood now accepting appli-
cations for all positions servers,
cashiers, dishwashers and cooks. 259-
6123. 5/3-6/14c
2nd shift storeroom clerk. Must have
computer knowledge. Salary $13.08/
hour. We are an EEOC, drug free work-
place. We offer 401k, health insurance,.
paid holidays, and vacation. Apply at
Gilman Building Products, CR 218,
Maxville, FL or fax resume to 904-289-
7736. 5/10-31
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.
5/31 p
Travelodge is now accepting applica-
tions for front desk clerk. Must be avail-
able to work all shifts. Apply Monday-
Friday 8:00 am-5:00 PM, 1651 S. 6th
St. No phone calls please. 5/31c
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
Dental Assistant needed. Are you sin-
cere and caring? Would you like work-
ing in a positive, enjoyable atmosphere
where you can feel proud of the work
you do? If so, look no further. We'd
love to have you join us in Lake City.
Monday-Friday position, 9:00 am-5:00
PM. We offer competitive pay and ben-
efit package. Experience is preferred.
Please fax resume to 386-752-3122.
5/31-6/21p
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 experi-
ence. 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
commensurate with experience. You
may apply in person at NEFSH, Human
Resources, Administration Building #1,
7487 S. SR 121, Macclenny, Florida
32063. Contact Jenelle Holt at 904-
259-6211 ext. 1157. 5/3-31c


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YARD SALES
Midtown Center Flea Market will be held on
the 1st Saturday evening, 5:00-8:00 pm, for the
months of June, July. August & September. This
way we can avoid the heat of the day. For infor-
rnation call, Kathleen at 904-994-5595 or stop by
The Iwv Cottage, Wednesday-Friday 10:00-3:00 .
Thursday 10:00 am-4:00 pm, Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-3:00 pm, 121 S., 1st driveway past Rai-
Helps send a child to Camp S.T.Y.L.E.


Thursday. Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm, 3 miles north of
Sanderson on 127. Watch for signs. Tools, books, new shower
doors, new stove top, clothes 12-2X large. 3 families. No early birds
please.
Friday & Saturday 7:30 am-?, East 90 to W. Thomas Drive. Tons of
baby items, furniture, clothes, household items, much more.
Friday 8:00 am-3:00 pm. Saturday 8:00 am-noon, GFWC Woman's
Club, 144 S. 5th St. Benefits Special Olympics in Baker County.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, Willis Hodges Road. Riding lawn
mower, yard tools, 130 Farmall tractor & equipment, lots of tools,
loads of miscellaneous household items, clothing of all sizes. Estate
sale.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?. 6843 Miltondale Road. Lots of great
bargains.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, George Hodges to Aspen. Baby items, home
decor, VHS tapes, furniture, lots more. 4 families.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 655 W. Ohio Avenue. Ladies clothes, men's
suits,pictures, lamps, linens, nice kitchen items, queen bed, tent, too
much to list. Multi-family.
Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm, 6900 Odis Yarborough Road. 3 families.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 5663 E. Stansell Avenue. Lots of clothes, DVDs
and more. Multi-family.
Saturday 7:30 am-?, 4250 Dogwood St., Macclenny II, 2 sofas, arm
chair, easy chair, kitchen table/chairs, clothes, electronics, various
household items. Moving sale.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 7798 Forest Circle, Glenwood Estates, Glen.
Living room suit, clothes, holiday decorations, odd & ends. Moving
sale.
Saturday. 9:00 am-noon. 1219 Copper Creek Drive. Baby clothes,
miscellaneous.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 718 Long Drive. Household items, DVDs, vi-
tage bottles and other vintage items, much more. 4 families.
Saturday 8:00 am-noon, 470 Magnolia Drive off Miltondale. New
stuff, household items, clothes, furniture, dolls, etc. 5 families.


Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools, benefits after 90 days. 259-
5877. 12/30tfc
Two dump truck drivers needed with
asphalt experience, $13 per hour. 904-
334-8739. 5/17-6/7p
Help needed for part-time labor con-
sisting of pipe work and concrete work.
Must be 18 years of older. Please call
904-259-9461 for more information.
5/31 c
Front desk/medical records specialist
needed at the community mental health
clinic. A high school diploma and medi-
cal records experience required. Fax
resume to 904-259-5187. 5/31c




Huddle House franchise available.
Own your own business just $80,000
up front capital with build-to-suit pro-
gram. 770-367-9623. 5/31-6/14p
Looking for a new career? Welding and
heating/air conditioning program may
be for you! Classes begin August 20,
Monday-Thursday 5:00-11:00 pm and
Wednesday-Thursday 5:00-9:45 pm.
Financial aid may be available. Contact
Lake City Community College at 386-
754-4324 for assistance. 5/3-6/28c

Press Advertising
Deadline
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Notice to Readers
All real estate advertising in this newspaper is
subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes
it illegal to advertise "any preference, limita-
tion or discrimination based on race, color,
religion, sex, handicap, familiar status or
national origin, or an intention, to make any
such preference, limitation or discrimina-
tion." Familial status includes children under
the age of 18 living with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant women and people secur-
ing custody of children under 18.
This newspaper will not knowingly accept
any advertising for real estate which is in
violation of the law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available on an equal oppor-
tunity basis. To complain of discrimination,
call HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll
free telephone number for the *impaired is
1-800-927-9275.
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
Copper Creek Hills, like new, beauti-
ful all brick, 3 BR, 2.5 BA, many extras,
screen porch overlooks natural area,
2229 SF, $290,000. Barbara Mora
Realtor, The Prudential Network Realty,
Independently owned and operated.
260-4300 or 945-6719. 5/31 p


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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 molding, fireplace, 2 car garage.
1000 sf RV & boat storage. Call 904-
545-6087 for more information.5/24tfc
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
4 BR, 2 BA mobile home on 1 acre,
close to city limits, $110,000. Call 259-
6710 or 219-8089. 5/24p
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
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 /2 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
Macclenny. 3 BR, 2 BA beautifully
kept, move-in ready, brick front home
in a nice quiet neighborhood. Features
include Italian tile, hardwood floors,
new stainless appliances including
refrigerator, fireplace, fenced yard with
pool, $184,900. Call today Exit Realty
Affiliates Network at 904-755-1699.
5/31-6/21p
10 acres off Dinkins Church Road in
Sanderson, covered with pines, $95,000.
904-275-3015 or 904-237-6490..
5/31-6/7p
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-
1580. 5/17tfc
1 acre cleared lot in Glen, close to high
school and tennis courts. Mobile homes
OK, $49,900. 904-219-0480 or 904-
525-8630. 5/3tfc
FSBO. 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on /2
acre, front & back porch, metal barn,
$85,000. 259-9776 or 904-302-1219.
5/31-6/7c
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& wo'.'rk::nop- Hodby :roomr
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
FSBO. Copper Creek Hills, Unit IIl, 2
large lot $65,000 each, 1 lot @ $55,000.
Please telephone 904-813-1580.
1/25tfc
Macclenny II subdivision, 2.89 acres
on cul-de-sac, homes only, partially
cleared and ready to build, $189,900.
610-9974. 5/31 p
Vacation home on river in Baker County
at deadend of Webb Haven Road, 3+
acres, big screened breakfast nook over-
looking the river, new kitchen, 1 BR, 1
BA, $199,000. 759-5734. 5/17tfc
Your plans or mine! 1.28 acre lot with
existing well, septic and electric at 8797
Dupree Road, $60,000. 813-3091.3/ltfc
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
Pending. 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
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




3 BR, 2 BA doublewide in Macclenny,
no pets, $700/month, $500/deposit.
838-5459 or 259-2448. 5/31p
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
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


ALCOHOLICS
ANONYMOUS
Monday & Thursday
8:00 pm
Macclenny Church of Christ
5th and Minnesota
275-3617 or 259-8257


Studio apartment, washer/dryer, micro-
wave, vaulted ceilings, $650/month, 1st
and last, no pets. 259-2121. 5/31c.
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
Newly remodeled, 2 BR, 1 BA house on
one acre in country on CR 229 S, $525
deposit, $625/month includes lawn
maintenance. 904-219-1613. 5/31 p
3 BR, 1 BA home 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
New house for rent. Older female to
share new Macclenny home with same,
$550/month includes utilities and cable,
$500 deposit. 904-735-4304. 5/31p
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, 1 BA, $450/month, CH/A, 1st, last
& $300 deposit, fenced yard. 259-7335.
5/31tfc
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





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





Commercial building, 65 W. Mclver St.,
approximately 1200 SF 259-9590.
5/31-6/21 p




2007 Entertainer, 32x80, 4 BR, 2 BA @
$71,900-including delivery, setup, fire-
l place, sfi66tht~p,'b'liilt in microwave,
dishwasher, side-by:ide w/ice Tfiaker,
upgraded carpet, TV, surround & more.
Yarborough Mobile Homes. Low price
leader 259-8028. 5/24-6/14c









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(history, political science, geography,
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Position details and applications
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350 Warrior
S4-wheeler anda
yellow 2004 Honda
110 4-wheeler from
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New home onJonatha th vinyl siding.3 BR, 2 BA, 3 BR, 2 BA 12-8 SF ol Ii' adde alh p.rinalir,
master suite with tray c(lavatories, tub and shower. New hardy plank siding, of ceramic tile. Located 1
Central heat andair. On temarket 9 mile south of 1-10 on SR 11. 1)u.


4 BR, 2 BA 1440 SF doublewide on one city lot. Fresh paint and new carpet.
Nice wood deck. Fenced yard. Located near US 90 and 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, V/2 BA, FIP
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 atmj .L A ar garage and porch. Master
suite with walk-in c lavatories, tub and shower.
Central heat and air. ml s,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.


A MUST SEE! MLS#353752 Beautiful newer
hm (2005) on .31 acres. Inside is immaculate.
4BR/2BA, over 2000 sq ft. Move in ready!
$238,987
HUNTER'S PARADISE! MLS#353074 Nice
3BR/2BA dblewide on 5 acres. Split bdrm
arrangement; master suite w/garden tub. Fully
equipped kit 12 X 9 detached shed $135,000
3-CITY LOTS- MLS#353112 Well maintained
brick hm on 3 city lots, 2,700 sq ft, 4BR/2BA,
pecan trees, detached gar & wood firs, $394,000
ALL BRICK MLS#350781 3BR/1BA on Irg city
lot, newer roof, fresh paint inside, central heat/
ac, fncd back yard & workshop, $160,000
VACANT LAND MLS#329000 40 acres of land
for development South of Sanderson. A great
investment property, $600,000
WELL MAINTAINED MLS#344923 Open floor
plan 3BR/2BA in nice area of MacClenny approx
1.5 acres w/over 1800 sq ft in good location,
$235,000
IMMACULATE 2005 MLS#333101 3BR/2BA
home on .31 acres, open fir plan, big back yard,
scrnd porch, & privacy fncd, $199,999
BAKER COUNTY- MLS#312559 5 acres private
and partially cleared. Ready for your home.
$79,000
ANOTHER BEAUTY! MLS#359232 Full brick
3BR/2BA new construction, split plan, Irg fam
rm, Irg mstr ba that sits on 1.1 acre. Great area!
$291,800
INVESTMENT MLS#360088, $75,000;
MLS#360062, $50,000;'MLS#360031, $50,000;
MLS#360050, $50,000 4 mbl hms on 1/2 acre
lots in Sanderson, may be purchased according
to MLS or as a whole, currently rented @ 2,150
monthly.


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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 Irg shed w/elec & garden
tub to relax in after work. $109,000
"MOVE WESTYOUNG MAN!" MLS# 367846 Come hm
to this 3BR/2BA Fleetwood DW on .98 acres. Enjoy Irg
canal in back w/ bass! Nice area for $129,500
YOUR KEY IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS! MLS# 368995
Enjoy Mother Nature in this Vacant Land of 2.11 acres
w/200 road frontage. Seller owns 1 pond. $42,000
BRICK HOME ON 1 ACRE MLSf371003 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 BA with central heat and air. Nice
starter home in convenient location. $120,000
Estate 36.54 acres with V4 mile frontage on river. Estate sized home is
3200 SF heated & cooled. 4 BR, 2/2 BA, fireplace, formal dining room,
breakfast nook, game room, office and many other amenities. Two story
good quality brick construction. Screened porch, patio/cook area, screened
hot tub. 55x60 concrete barn and 30x60 hay barn. Fenced and cross fenced.
Home is at the top of hill with panoramic views. The nicest property in Baker
County Shown to qualified buyers by appointment only This estate can be
yours for $1.5 million.
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, aboveground
pool with 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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South, Jacksonville

904.772.9800


REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE MLS#320233 2003 D/W
w/almost 1 acre in Baldwin, garden tub & sep. shower
double sinks m/BA & Irg 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
MIDDLEBURG VICINITY MLS# 368943 This well
maintained home features 3BR/2BA & fam rm w/frplc,
spacious eat- in kit w/pantry closet and more! $140,000
CARPENTERS DREAM- MLS# 371541 3BR/2BA
hm features a two car attached garage plus two car
detached/workshop, covered RV Parking on over /2 acre
lot. $205,000


A GREAT GET-A-WAY MLS#358159 Need
a haven for you and yourfamily? Thisis it!
A second home or your primary. Must see
appreciate, $175,000
BRICK-MACCLENNY- MLS#346143 Brick
4BR/2BA on .27 acre w/privacy fence, 3 yr roof,
storage building, & Irg backyard. Immaculate!
$159,900
ACREAGE- MLS#341513 3.5 acres located just
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
MACCLENNY JEWEL- MLS#354909 3BR/2BA
mbl hm built in 1994, second mbl hm currently
has renters & pays $125 per wk, built in 1990,
fncd yrd, $145,000
COMMERCIAL FOR SALE MLS#360641 13-14
acre parcel has railroad access, Irg parcel cleared
and ready to build, existing 2400 sq ft metal bldg
w/2 bays & more! $3,200,000
BEAUTIFUL LAND- MLS#362238 28.54acres
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/fncd yrd. $159,999
COMMERCIAL FOR SALE MLS#351956
.15 acres, 870 sq ft, located in the heart of
downtown Callahan. It's a Great investment
opportunity. $115,000
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. $429,900


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Land transactions recorded May 1-15


The following land transac-
tions were recorded in the Bak-
er County courthouse from May
1- 15. Values are derived from
documentary stamps. Many
descriptions are by S(ection)
T(ownship) R(ange). If acre-
age or price are not listed, none
were indicated in the docu-
ments.

Velleca, Carolyn S to
Blackburn, Charlene M in TOWN
OF MACCLENNY LOT 4 BK 64,
$101,000
Barton, Weldon to Weldon,
James in 12-3S-21E, $0
Brock, Leonard Waldo to Brock,
Leonard Waldo Jr in SUBURBAN
HEIGHTS LOT 3 BK 1, $60,566
Gatlin, Miranda M to Conner,
Virgil R in 36-2S-21E, $190,000
Broom, Warren A to Dendauw,
Daniel in ST MARYS RIVER EST
LOT 14, $247,000
Greenberg, Anne Nixon to
Perez, Leonardo in 20-2S-22E,
$55,000
Cypress Pointe Of Macclenny
LLC to Maronda Homes Inc Of
Florida in CYPRESS POINTE
UNIT 2 LOT 101,102,103,104,
$168,000
Liston, Edward to Uribe,
Brandy in TIMBERLAND EST
LOT 7 BK 1, $10
Carr, Jamie to Norman, Russell
L in 25-2S-21E,$10
Ball, Cynthia A to Ball, Harvey
D in 35-1N-20E, $10
Goolsby, Maudie Thrift to
Goolsby, Maudie Thrift in 5-2S-
22E, $0
Nowlen, George R to Southard,
Frances N in TURKEY CREEK
RET INC UNIT 2 LOT 10 BK 4,
$131,900
Peacock, Kim to Tofalli,Kim in
7-3S-22E, $49,000
Macclenny Church Of Christ
Inc to Rhoden, George Bryan in


ST MARYS COVE ADD LOT 61,
$9,000
Gentile, Samuel S to Summit
Erectors Inc in SOUTHSIDE
ESTATES LOT 1,7, $10
Summit Erectors Inc to Apex
Fabrication Inc in SOUTHSIDE
ESTATES LOT 1,7, $331,908
Benefield, William R II to
Folsom,Tim in 36-2S-20E, $10
Crews, Lucille to Rewis, Shelia
D in 29-2S-22E, $110,000
Rhoden, Thomas R to Stearns,
David Allen in 20-3S-21E, $115,000
Keller, Robert to Craven, Lorie
in 29,30,31 &32-2S-21E, $165,000
Woodlngton, William K to
Jimenez, Jesus, subject to all reser-
vations covenants conditions restric-
tions easements record and to all
applicable zoning ordinances and or
restrictions imposed by governmen-
tal authorities if any, $69,500
Jimenez, Jesus to Jackson,
Randy L in $93,000
Creque, Barbara Anne to
Creque, Barbara Anne in
PELHAM MANOR SUBDIVISION
DB-S PG-579 PB-1 PG-26 LOT 34
BLOCK 50, $10
Woodham, Dorothy A to
Woodham, Dorothy A in 14-4S-20,
$0
Rhoden, Wayne Martin to
Rhoden, Christopher W in 12-2S-
21E, $80,000
Norman, Robert to Carter,
Richard Shane in LOT 45
MACCLENNY ACRES, $285,000
Motley, David B to J Parker
Properties LLC in 5-3S-22E, $0 ,
Fox, Lucille G to Fox, Edward S
in 33-2S-22E,$1
Flakowicz, Steven J to Egorikov,
Anantoli in 8-2S-22E, $10
Padgett, Rory S to Allen,
Michael P in 22-3S-21E, $95,000
Johns, Virgil Jr to Griffis,
Nancy Marie in 21-3S-21E, $0
Richmond American Homes Of
Florida LP to Castleberry, Harold
III in ROLLING MEADOWS LOT
7, $185,000


EFG Balanced LLC to E I Du
Pont De Nemours And Company in
14,23, & 25-3S-22E, $8,901
E I Du Pont De Nemours and
Company to EFG Balanced Llc in
25,26,35-3S-22E, $212,225
Richmond American Homes Of
Florida LP to Vickers, William P
in ROLLING MEADOWS LOT 65,
$212,000
Conner, Virgil Randall to
Brogdon, Bobby in ALLEN LANDS
LOT 22, $80,000
Batten, Charles Russell to
Brown, Patrick in THE FARMS AT
CUYLER LOT 5 BK A, $78,210
Burnsed, Carolyn B to Frazier,
Ronald R in 13-2S-21E, $150,900
Daniels, Glory Dean to
Mcdowell, Marguerite L in 36-2S-
20E, $121,000
Dugger, Sarah Lee to Rowe,
Bobbie Sue in 29-2S-22E, $0
Baxley, Earl to Baxley, Earl in
13-2S-21E, $10
Crews, Lamar to Curry, James
M in MACCLENNY II UNIT II
LOT 33 BK B, $175,000
Rydwell, Darla to Markus,
Daniel in KIRKLAND ACRES
LOT 3, $56,500
Steed, Ethel Louise to Steed,
Willis Clayton in 14-4S-20E, $0
Cameron, William R to
Langeberg, Philip in 24-2S-21E,
$259,950
Davis, Kenneth to Jacobson,
Joshua L in 25-2S-21E,$195,000
Scott, Yvonne L to Shepherd,
Larry in GADSEN HEIGHTS SUB
LOT 27, $135,000
Heaps, Jordan to Payne,
Randall K in MACCLENNY II
UNIT II LOT 11 BK A, $260,000
Kramper, William John to The
Secretary Of Housing And Urban
Development in PINE ESTATES
BLOCK 5 BLOCK 1, $0
Wood, Carl to Wood, Jimmy
R in HILLS OF GLEN LOT 23,
$47,000
Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida
to Turner, William E Jr in


CYPRESS POINTE UNIT 1 LOT
48, $210,400
Seda Construction Company
to Mustillo, Rhonda B in SANDS
POINTE SUB LOT 15, $189,000
Woodington, William E to
McKinnon, Michael J in 31-2S-
21E, $0
McKinnon, Michael J to Atwell,
Lauren C in 31-2S-21E, $124,000


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS





Delinquent Property Taxes




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

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

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

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

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

2006 taxes herein set opposite the same, together with all

advertising costs of sale.


Delinquent 2006 Property Tax Supplement


Published May 17, 24 and 31, 2007





Instructions on Identifying Property


Property Parcel Number (PPN)

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

01-Represents the Section where the property is located.

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

22-Represents the Range where the property is located.

1001-Represents the Subdivision where the property is located.

0102-Represents the Block where the property is located.

0010-Represents the Lot where the property is located.


See current tax roll for complete legal description.


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

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

PPN 16-1N-19-0000-00000010
DEAN LARRY (TRUSTEE) &

PPN 28--119-0000-0000-0010
DODD FRANKLIN

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 & ROBERTAUSTIN

PPN 22-3S-19-0000-0000-0043 HX 21
DUKES PEGGY ANN

PPN 22-3S-19-0000-0000-0050 22
DUKES PEGGY A

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

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

PPN 28-3S-19-0000-0000-0270 4 26
SMITH HIRAM

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

PPN 29-3S-19-0000-0000-0322 28
BROOMFIELD JUNIOR & ERNESTINE

PPN 28-3S-19-00-00-000-0490 HX 29
SMITH MARY EMMA

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

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

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

PPN 28-3S-19-00000000-0691 HX 33
ELLIS ERMA J

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 28-3-19-007300-0019-0010 37
HEROSY DAVID E JR & JESSICA C

PPN 29-3S-19-0000000000-000 94 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-19-0000-00000-0332 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

PPN29-3S-19-0058-0005-0010 'HX* 48
WERBA BRIAN K &

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

PPN29-3S-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 261 N-20-MINR-0000-0080 53
COWAN MINERALS INC

PPN 34-1N-20-0000-0000-0130 HX 58
KERCE PATRICIA A

PPN 35-1 N-20-0000-0000-0061 59
CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN 0

PPN 35-1N-20-000-0000-0131 WHX 60
RAY JEFFREY

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

PPN 35-1N-20-0000-0000-0143 "HX" 62
WOOD JEROME & LINDA

'PNi 35-TN-20-0000-0000-0175 HiX 63
SIIMTZ DEI'IIIS R A JR

PP1II01-1S-20000001-O0-0027 HX 64
FILL FYKEVIlH. [DOROIHYBII1


1
$34.95 PPN 01-1S-20-0000-0000-0029 65
CREWS LEE ROY
2
$25.30 PPN 01-1S-20-0000-0000-0035 66
HORNE THOMAS N & OLIVER R
4
$14.70 PPN01-1S-20-0104-0000-0151 HX 67
ROSIER DONALD F SR & LENOR M
5
$14.70 PPN 01-1S-20-0104-0000-0155 HX 68
LAURAMORE RAY & BUFFY
6
$14.70 PPN 01-1S-20-0104-0000-0345 HX 70
DANIEL WILLIAM
7
$606.16 PPN 02-1S-20-0000-0000-0080 HX 71
TAYLOR MILTON
8
$503.66 PPN02-1S-20-0000-0000-0125 HX 72
KINGBIRD MAURICE &TAMMY

$848.57 PPN 021S-20-0000-0000-0157 73
JOHNSON JULIE

$272.04 PPN 02-1S-20-0000-0000-0165 74
JOHNSON JULIE M

$755.99 PPNF02-1S-20-0172-0001-0020 HX 75
SMITH MELVIN& VIRGINIA

$318.47 PPN 02-1S-20-0172-0002-0020 76
CAMPBELL LAWRENCE W JR &

$104.55 PPN 03-1S-20-0000-0000-0043 77
TAYLOR CLAYTON EDWARD &

$203.06 PPN 03-1S-20-0000-0000-0183 HX 78
TAYLOR FRANKUN D R & MARY L

$117.35 PPN03-1S-20-0000-0000-0185 'HX* 79
TAYLOR WILLIAM & MARY LEE

$203.06 PPN 03-1S-20-0000-0000-0269 *HX' 81
GROSS LEE W

$203.06 PPN 03-1S-20-0000-0000-0272 82
GROSS LEE W

$163.65 PPN03-1S-20-0000-0000-0300 HX 83
BLANKS KITTY P

$182.01 PPN 03-1S-20-0000-0000-0320 'HX' 84
LONG JAMES D SR

$1,402.07 PPN 10-1S-20-0000-0000-0015 85
DODD FRANK

$55.28 PPN 101 S-20-0000-0000-0025 86
EVANS KATHRYN

$650.10 PPNF10-1S-20-0000-0000-0034 'HX 9 87
COX FRANK & BARBARA E

$261.38 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0150 89
DOOLEY JOSEPH E

$73.02 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0170 90
DODD FRANKUN L & PATRICIA F

$204.53 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0210 91
DODD FRANKLIN LEE

$377.93 PPN10-1S-20-0002-0000-0310 92
LAIDLER MARLENE & FRANK

$270.07 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0350 93
DODD FRANK

$296.53 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0370 94
DODD FRANK

$350.40 PPN 10-1S-20-0002-0000-0380 95
DODD FRANK

$249.56 PPN 11-1 S-20-0000-0000-0035 96
CRAWFORD LEAMON & OLIVIA H

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JONES DWIGHT S

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DODD FRANK

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DODD FRANKLIN L

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DODD FRANKLIN L

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GRIFFIS DONNIE M SR & JANICE S

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LORD EARL JR

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SMYTH KATHRYN L

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ALFORD EFFIE M & TIMOTHY W

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LEDFORD JEFFERY L

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$95.25 PPN 26-2S-20-0000-0000-0071 HX 139
HURST CHARITA BOWEN

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DAVIS LESLIE

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TOLLESON DAVID S

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WILLIAMS DONNA A

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GIVENS DARON L& LA KEYTA

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$82.04 PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0161 HX 157
WILLIAMS GLORIA J & DONNA A

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WILLIAMS LEE M & REATHA

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WILLIAMS FREDERICK

$235.07 PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0271 HX 160
WALKER EMMA &

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CURRENCY LARRY DONNELL JR

$92.81 PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0331 HX 163
DANIELS ISSAC

$673.83 PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0340 HX 164
RUISE GLENN HARVEY

$164.17 PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0350 165
GIVENS ZILLIE

$104.39 PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0460 HX 166
BLUE LULA (ESTATE)

$167.06 PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0530 'HX* 167
GIVENS JOE LARRY &

$322.31 PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0610 'HX* 169
STEWART CARL & MAGGIE

$55.19 PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0690 170
FARMER MELVIN

$211.02 PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0713 *HX' 172
COLEMAN NORRIS L & ELAINE

$104.39 PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0755 173
RHODEN THOMAS R

$55.19 PPN 36-2S-20-0000-0000-0760 174
COLEMAN NORRIS & SANCHEZ L

$193.61 PPN 01-3S-20-0000-0000-0030 "HX* 175
COLEMAN JERINE &

$135.24 PPN 01-3S-20-0000-0000-0050 176
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$55.19 PPN 01-3S-20-0000-0000-0083 177
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$55.19 PPN 01-3S-20-0000-0000-0120 179
COLEMAN MARIE

$518.66 PPN 01-3S-20-0000-0000-0170 HX 180
WARING SHARON

$104.39 PPN 01-3S-20-00000-0000-0201 HX 181
PAIGE BARBARA ANN

$271.69 PPN 01-3S-20-0031-0001-0040 HX 182
HUGHES ALVIN L & LAVARA P

$55.19 PPN 01-3S-20-0031-0002-0130 HX 183
PARKER VALERIE DENISE

$242.78 PPN 01-3S-20-0031-0002-0170 'HX' 184
DAVIS SHARON

$529.08 PPN 01-3S-20-0031-0003-0040 HX 185
COMBS SONIA M

$658.21 PPN 01-3S-20-0156-0001-0030 HX 186
GIVENS CHARITY LYNETTE

$55.19 PPN 01-3S-20-0156-0003-0310 HX 187
IHILL TONYA SABRINA


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PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0072 188
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$632.44
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GIVENS LEROY JR & LUVENIA
$101.28
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MAXWELL GAIL R
$604.34
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MOBLEY CHRISTA B
$295.33
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SMITH CHRISTINE
$376.90
SPPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0170 193
GASKINS RICHARD
$134.18
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0177 194
SMITH REGINALD L
$1,791.19
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0220 195
TOLLIVER ANGELINA J &
$95.25
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0221 'HX* 196
THOMAS PHYLLIS
$1,067.41
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0223 HX 197
JEFFERSON ADRIUM
$207.62
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0224 198
JEFFERSON KEITH
$824.96
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0433 199
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$559.16
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0434 200
DENNY JOHN D & ELVIRA
$1,023.96
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0435 201
DENNY JOHN D & ELVIRA
$1,362.67
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0436 202
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$257.54
PPN02-3S-20-0000-0000-0510 HX 203
RUISE JOYCE E
$95.25
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0580 HX 204
GASKINS RICHARD &VERA MAE
$26.38
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0650 205
GIVENS LEROY JR
$218.16
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0702 206
COPELAND NATHANIEL
$356.20
PPN 02-3S-20-0000-0000-0800 *HX' 207
GIVENS ROMEO & MYRTICE
$14.89
PPN 02-3S-20-0030-0036-0110 208
EARLE LEOLA
$162.16
F0N 02-3S-20-0141 -0000-0020 209
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$814.29
PPN 02-3S-20-0141-0000-0025 210
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$1.377,72
PPN 02-3S-20-0154-0000-0010 211
GASKINS JONATHAN & ANNIE L
$324.85
PPN 02-3S-20-0154-0000-0020 212
GASKINS JONATHAN & ANNIE L
$202.74
PPN 02-3S-20-0154-0000-0050 HX 213
GIVENS JEROME & IRMA A
$552.72
PPN 02-3S-20-0154-0000-0060 HX 214
DANIELS FLOYD
$95.25
PPN 11-3S-20-0000-0000-0076 HX 215
DYER TONYW
$104.39
PPN 11-3S-20-0000-0000-0085 216
JONES DWIGHT S
$531.42
PPN 12-3S-20-0000-0000-0015 217
RAULERSON EVA MARIE
$460.13
PPN 12-3S-20-0000-0000-0018 218
ZAYATZ CASANDRA LYNN
$350.61
PPN 12-3S-20-0000-0000-0067 HX 220
BARNES KENNETH C & MARILYN A
$387.01
PPN 1233S-20-0000-0000-0090 221
RAULERSON GRACIE & EVA MARIE
$95.25
PPN12-3S-20-0000-000-0114 HX 222
PHILLIPS JAMES CURTIS SR
$185.02
PPN 12-3S-20-0000-0000-0170 224
GRIFFIS RAY &TAMMY E
$283.80
PPN 12-3S-20-0000-0000-0175 225
MCMULLAN FREDERICK R & TERESA
$497.83
PPN 12-3S-20-0000-0000-0203 226
COVINGTON DONNA CAROL
$450.79
PPN 12-3S-20-0050-0002-0010 227
SAPP PEGGY DUNCAN
$95.25
PPN 12-3S-20-0050-0009-0040 230
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$95.25
PPN 12-3S-20-0050-0023-0010 231
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$320.12
PPN12-3S-20-0050-0028-0010 232
CREWS KELVIN & LOUANN
$107.39
PPN 12-3S-20-0050-0032-0040 HX 233
RAULERSON EVA MARIE
$230.60
PPN 12-3S-20-0214-0000-0010 234
CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D
$31.21
PPN 12-3S-20-0214-0000-0020 235
CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D
$95.25
PPN 12-3S-20-0214-0000-0030 236
CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D
$588.67
PPN 12-3S-20-0214-000-0040 237
CREWS KELVIN R & LOUANN D
$119.85
PPN 14-3S-20-0000-0000-0030 238
ADDISON BENJAMIN F
$98.12
PPN 24-3S-20-0000-0000-0024 HX 240
KEETON STEVE
$284.68
PPN 24-3S-20-0000-000000025 HX 241
KENNEDY MICHAEL & MELISSA
$247.52
PPN 24-3S-20-0000-0000-0072 242
FREY JOHN M
$544,55
PPN 24-3S-20-0071-0000-0030 HX 243
MCCOMB ROBERT & DANA
$259.64
PPN 25-3S-20-0000-000-000 81 246
SHIVERS GLENDA
$95.25
PPN 25-3S-20-0000-0000-0160 HX 247
SHIVERS GLENDA KAY
$222,60
PPN 25-3S-20-0000-0000-0192 HX 248
MCCLENDON WILLIAM D &
$501.90
PPN 36-3S-20-0000-0000-0090 249
JONES DWIGHT S & ROBERT D

$395.07 PPN 36-3S-20-0000-0000-0110 HX 250


JONES DWIGHT S

$699.85 PPN 01-4S-20-0000-0000-0053 HX 252
MILLER NORMAN T & JUDY L

$169.30 PPN 07-4S-20-0000-0000-0031 254
FINLEY JOHN E SR

$95.25 PPN 07-4S-20-0133-0000-0010 255
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$1,571.15 PPN 07-4S-20-0133-0000-0050 256
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$72.94 PPN 11-4S-20-0000-0000-0012 257
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WILSON FAYETTE & ELSIE L

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VARVARO SALVATORE &

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CHARLES RAY & MONICA ADDISON

$95.25 PPN 11-4S-20-0117-0001-0060 262
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THOMAS MARY F

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HODGES STEVEN E & MARY E

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VARVARO SALVATORE & KIMBERLY

$55.19 PPN11-4S-20-0117-0003-0220 *HX* 267
ROBINSON ROGER

$55.19 PPN 14-4S-20-0000-0000-0029 269
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JONES CONNIE F

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HODGES GARY M

$43.41 PPN 08-1N-21-0000-000-0061 *HX' 278
MILLER ARNOLD LEE

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BURNED PAUL

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BLACKBURN PHILLIP W & WANDA J

$482.41 PPN 29-1N-21-0000-0000-0023 HX 283
BURNED ROBERT A JR&VICKYL

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CHURCH OF GOD BAXTER INC

$900.81 PPN 04-1S-21-0000-0000-0050 HX 285
COLVIN TIMOTHY W & VANESSA

$394.07 PPN 04-1S-21-0144-0001-0010 HX 286
HALL CIJHARLES L & CYNTHIA L

$788.47 PPN 04-1S-21-0144-0002-0010 HX 287
GRAHAM WILLIAM D & DENA B

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REWIS JAMES WASHINGTON

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TRAWICK GAYLE D

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NORMAN JERRY W SR& ZOLAG

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HINES RONALD J & GREGG RUTH E

$730.00 PPN 07-1S-21-0000-0000-0055 HX 294
HORNE OLIVER R &AMY D

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ZIEMINSKI KEVIN A SR

$502.62 PPN07-1S-21-0132-0000-0116 HX 298
MONTELEONE THOMAS

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RAMIREZ RANDOM

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ZILCH DENNIS ALAN

$15.67 PPN 08-1S-21-0000-0000-0029 HX 301
ACOSTA BRENDA S

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VANVACTOR JOSEPH D & DAWN M

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THOMAS BETTY R & ETAL

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EDDINGER FRANK I &AIMEE T

$121.74 PPN 08-1S-21-0000-0000-0200 HX 306
RIGDON CARL L & TONYA M

$141.02 PPN 08-1S-21-0127-0000-0020 307
CHATMAN CHRISTOPHER L

$1,556.12 PPN08-1S-21-0127-0000-0030 HX 308
BURNETTE SCOTT 0 & SHERRY L

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EVANS ALICIA NICOLE &

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HARRIS HUGH C

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CARRICO ROBERT L JR & DOROTIHY

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HILL JAMES L & SHARON A

$1,788.29 PPN'16-1S-21-0121-0000-0280 .HX 318
WESTCOTT WILLIAM E & M CAROLYN

$767.76 PPN 16-1S-21-0121-0000-0350 HX 319
WATSON FRANKLIN A SR & ANN S

$26.27 PPN 16-1S-21-0121-0000-0480 HX 320
WILSON PHILLIP M & IAMMY M


$986.85 PPN 16-1S-21-0121-0000-0490 HX 321
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$1,054.05 PPN16-1S-21-0130-0000-0150 HX 322
ESTEP REESE J & BRAND R $404.25

$372.81 PPN16-1S-21-0130-0000-0160 HX 323
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$47.48 PPN 16-1S-21-0131-0000-0210 HX 324
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$350.86 PPN 17-1S-21-0000-0000-0011 325
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$686.90 PPN17-1S-21-0000-0000-0012 HX 326
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$917.92 PPN 17-1S-21-0000-0000-0014 327
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$463.68 PPN17-1S-21-0000-0000-0025 328
TAYLOR JAMES E & JEAN & $137.17

$406.85 PPN 18-1S-21-0000-000-0021 'HX* 329
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$544.62 PPN 18-1S-21-0000-0000-0022 HX 330
HOLLAND DEAN R $672.09

$95.25 PPN 18-1S-21-0000-0000-0028 331
REDDEN MICHAEL & $454.72

$402.46 PPN 19-1S-21-0000-0000-0090 'HX' 332
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$477.22 PPN 20-1S-21-0000-0000-005.5 HX 333
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$107.35 PPN20-1S-21-0000-0000-0103 'HX* 334
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$692.42 PPN 20-1S-21 -0000-00-0110 HX 335
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$432.69 PPN 20-1S-21-0000-0000-0120 'HX' 336
DEHART MICHAEL S $95.25

$529.60 PPN 20-1S-21-0000-0000-0130 337
MELTON DAVID B $663.07

$95.25 PPN 20-1S-21-0000-0000-0132 338
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$95.25 PPN20-1S-21-0000-0000-0135 HX 339
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$460.04 PPN 20-1S-21-0000-0000-0140 340
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$203.11 PPN20-1S-21-0000-0000-0300 HX 342
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$224.22 PPN 20-1S-21-0116-0001-0010 343
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$95.25 PPN21-1S-21-0000-0000-0046 HX 344
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$447.37 PPN 21-1S-21-0000-0000-0053 HX 345
HARVEY JAMES BOYD JR & $471.39

$95.25 PPN 26-1S-21-0000-0000-0010 346
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$653.50 PPN 27-1S-21-0000-0000-0010 347
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$880.10 PPN28-1S-21-0000-0000-0050 348
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$205.24 PPN 28-1S-21-0000-0000-0070 349
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$336.81 PPN 28-1S-21-0000-0000-0075 350
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$519.06 PPN 28-1S-21-0143-0001-0060 HX 351
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$472.72 PPN 28-1S-21-0143-0001-0080 HX 352
JONES CRAIG $757.91

$179.15 PPN 28-1S-21-0143-0001-0100 HX 353
JONES STEVEN G $324.30

$95.25 PPN28-1S-21-0143-0001-0190 HX 354
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$233.38 PPN 28-1S-21-0143-0002-0020 355
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$1,641,40 PPN 28-1S-21-0143-0002-0030 HX 356
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$478.16 PPN 28-1S-21-0143-0002-0050 357
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS,


EZELL NEDRA RHODEN & ET AL

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-0581 865
JOHNSON BEULAH

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-0630 866
ELLIS GREGORY JR & GREGORY SR

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-0633 HX 867
MCCRARY CAROLYN D

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-0638 868
ALLEN JEROME A

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-0780 869
CHURCH UNITED AMERICA FREEWILL

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-0810 870
JONES CLARENCE

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-0910 871
KINGWANDAI&ETAL

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-1281 872
HUDNELL PEGGY JOYCE

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-1320 873
MOORE LEWIS

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-1362 HX 874
GRIFFITH LOUISE CAROLYN

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-1460 HX 876
MURPHY IMAJEANNETTE

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-1660 878
SINGLETON PERRY &VIOLA

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-1750 879
BARNES ELMER &HAZEL JENET

PPN 32-2S-22-00000000-1790 880
WILSON CHARLES E SR & NATALIE

PPN 32-2S-22-0000-0000-1800 881
WALKER LA FRANCIS MOORE

PPN.32-2S-22-0000-0000-1940 HX 882
STEWART BARBARA A

PPN 32-2S-22-000-0000-2000 HX 883
VARNES OREADIS & MAVIS

PPN 32-2S-22-0007-0001-0040 HX 885
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PPN 32-2S-22-0007-0002-0010 HX 886
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"INSTALLMENT"

PPN 32-2S-22-0008-0002-0030 887
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PPN 32-2S-22-0008-0002-0110 888
PARKER DWIGHT D & PHYLLIS M

PPN 32-2S-22-0008-0002-0130 889
BURNS ROSEITAANN

PPN 32-2S-22-0008-0003-0050 HX 890
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PPN 32-2S-22-0008-0003-0090 892
RHODEN WILLIAM ROCK

PPN 32-2S-22-0008-0003-0120 893
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JACKSON FREDDIE L &ANGELAT

PPN 32-2S-22-0008-0003-0180 895
HILUARD GRACE B

PPN 32-2S-22-0008-0004-0060 896
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TOLLIVER ANGEUNA JOLITA

PPN 32-2S-22-0008-0004-0170 *HX 898
WIDEMOND KIM R

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SINGLETARY ROSEANNA

PPN 32-2S-22-0008-0005-0160 HX 900
FORD ETHEL

PPN 32-2S-22-0008-0005-0220 901
ROCK CONTRACTORS INC

PPN 32-2S-22-0008-0006-0045 902
CHURCH MONROE

PPN 32-2S-22-0012-0000-0070 903
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PPN 32-2S-22-0012-0000-0080 904
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PPN 32-2S-22-0012-0000-0125 905
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PPN 32-2S-22-0012-0000-0170 906
JACKSON CHARLES W

PPN 32-2S-22-0012-0000-0180 HX 907
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PPN 32-2S-22-0012-0000-0182 HX 908
JACKSON CHARLES W &VALERIE J

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0004-0040 HX 909
RHODEN TERRY E & SHIRLEEN E

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0006-0017 HX 910
STARLINGKRISTOPHER D

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0013-0080 911
PHYSICIANS RENAL CARE OF

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0021-0025 HX 914
THRIFT BARBARA B

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0029-0060 HX 915
YOUST RICHARD JAMES & VANESSA

PPN32-2S-22-0049-0031-0080 HX 916
BAUMWALD JUANITA

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0032-0030 HX 917
TAYLOR JOHN B

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0035-0020 918
LOOBY SYDNEY RA/K/A RUTH G

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0035-0021 919
LOOBYSYDNEY R

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0036-0035 920
HICKOX CYNTHIA R

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0038-0030 921


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$1,008.49 PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0071-0085 939
ROYAL THOMAS DONALD JR

$742.82 PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0075-0050 HX 940
RILEY LARRY D & CYNTHIA L

$563.97 PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0010 941
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$533.69 PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0020 942
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$468.05 PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0030 943
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS

$216.52 PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0050 944
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS

$1,735.90 PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0060 945
WATSON CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS

$1,529.91 PPN 32-25-22-0211-0000-0070 946
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$1,549.69 PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0080 947
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$1,321.63 PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0100 948
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$772.96 PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0190 949
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$374.39 PPN 32-2S-22-0211-0000-0210 951
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PPN 33-2S-22-0000-0000-0281 961
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PPN 33-2S-22-0018-0002-0010 HX 962
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PPN 33-2S-22-0018-0003-0030 963
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PPN 33-2S-22-0018-0004-0025 HX 964
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PPN 33-2S-22-0018-0004-0075 965
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PPN 33-2S-22-0018-0005-0010 HX 966
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PPN 33-2S-22-0025-0000-0100 967
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PPN 33-2S-22-0027-0001-0030 968
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PPN 33-2S-22-0032-0015-0240 969
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PPN 04-3S-22-0000-0000-0022 *HX* 970
$1,637.85 STARLING VANICE KAY &

PPN 04-3S-22-0000-0000-0292 972
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PPN 04-3S-22-0000-0000-0307 973
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PPN 04-3S-22-0000-0000-0441 HX 974
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PPN 04-3S-22-0000-0000-0461 HX 975
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L I Ui l U L.
PPN 04-3S-22-0000-0000-0464 976
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PPN 04-3S-22-0026-0003-0040 HX 978
$994.29 WOLFE JAMES C &KATHY JO

PPN 04-3S-22-0101-0000-0060 HX 979
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PPN 04-3S-22-0101-0000-0310 980
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PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0101 HX 981
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PPN 05-3S-22-000-0000-0105 HX 982
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PPN05-3S-22-0000-0000-0163 HX 984
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PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0630 986
$618.22 WHITEJAMES C &

PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0640 987
$618.22 WHITE JAMES C&

PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0671 HX 988
$618.22 SANDERS KENNETH B & SHERRY D

PPN 05-3S-22-0000-0000-0792 989
$618.22 CT PROPERTIES

PPN 06-3S-22-0000-0000-0024 HX 990
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PPN 06-3S-22-0000-0000-0025 991
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PPN 06-3S-22-000-0000-0226 992
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PPN 06-3S-22-0000-0000-0245 993
$618.22 WILDS DOUGLAS L

PPN 06-3S-22-0040-0002-0020 HX 994
$618.22 ROBERTS KENNETH J& JUDY D

PPN 06-3S-22-0040-0003-0080 HX 995
$618.22 FUNK RHONDAMSAPP

PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0002-0080 HX 996
$618.22 JOHNSON WILLIAM H& JOYCE F

PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0002-0130 HX 997
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PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0002-0170 'HX* 998
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PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0002-0220 1000
$349.32 GAME JAMES H

PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0002-0280 HX 1001
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PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0003-0090 HX 1002
$517.16 HARE VANO&ARUNDA

PPN 06-3S-22-0041 -0004-0110 1003
$1,429.86 BLOUNT EUGENE B & ELIZABETH A

PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0004-0140 HX 1004
$248.82 GOETHE LOIS E (IFE ESTATE)

PPN 06-3S-22-0041-0005-0060 'HX' 1005
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PPN 06-3S-22-0042-0000-0010 1006
$482.58 STARLING WILLAM S & GREGORY

PPN 06-3S-22-0042-0000-0025 HX 1007
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PPN 06-3S-22-0042-0000-0040 1008
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PPN 06-3S-22-0042-0000-0100 1009
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PPN 06-3S-22-0042-0000-0160 1010
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PPN 06-3S-22-0042-0000-0170 HX 1011
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PPN 06-3S-22-0098-0000-0160 HX 1012
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PPN 06-3S-22-0098-0000-0265 1014
T rr SMITH MARION

PPN 06-3S-22-0098-0000-0270 HX 1015
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PPN07-3S-22-0000-0000-0013 HX 1016
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PPN07-3S-22-0000-0000-0028 HX 1017
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INSTALLMENT **

$468.40 PPN 07-3S-22-0000-0000-0220 *HX* 1018
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$1,098.90 PPN 07-3S-22-0000-0000-0385 HX 1019
TURK KENNETH J & MARILYN

$818.34 PPN 07-3S-22-0000-0000-0760 HX 1020
GRIFFIS SHEILA

$30.13 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0020 HX 1021
SCOTT DOUGLAS E & CYNTHIA R

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$3,100.24 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0200 HX 1023
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$144.48 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0280 *HX* 1024
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$779.50 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0340 HX 1025
PACK BERTHAL L & SUSANNAH M

$2,982.42 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0350 HX 1026
KIRBY ROBERT A

$440.14 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0380 HX 1027
GRIFFIS LYNWOOD & LATRYLL

$729.34 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-0460 1028
FOUNTAIN CLYDE S

$267.34 PPN 07-3S-22-0045-0000-1175 HX 1030
MORROW DORTHY RENEE &

$1,036.29 PPN 07-3S-22-0092-0000-0010 HX 1031
BURNHAM JOHNNY & DORIS E

$1,237.81 PPN 07-3S-22-0092-0000-0060 HX 1032
LORD MARILYN M &

$567.57 PPN 07-3S-22-0092-0000-0170 HX 1033
HOWARD FLOYD A & MARGIE P

$680.07 PPN 07-3S-22-0092-0000-0460 1036
JOYNER JANET L

$573.67 PPN 07-3S-22-0095-0000-0020 1037
SRHODEN THOMAS JASON

$95.25 PPN 07-3S-22-0095-0000-0040 HX 1038
WICHMAN MELISSA M

$599.08 PPN 07-3S-22-0095-0000-0330 1039
RUSSELL STEVEN W & KIMBERLY S

$797.99 PPN 07-3S-22-0097-0000-0020 *HX* 1040
PARKER JAMES SQUIRE

$676.36 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0250 HX 1045
HUTCHINSON LISA

$295.33 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0251 1046
STARLING GREGORY & ET AL

$949.97 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0253 HX 1047
LAURAMORE TOMMY & JANET L

$95.25 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0400 1048
TRL LAND &TIMBER LLC

$463.12 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0530 HX 1050
ANDERSON JOHNNIE WAYNE

$1,172.71 PPN08-3S-22-0000-0000-0710 HX 1051
POOLE GARRY M

$1,622.12 PPN 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0740 1052
STARLING ROSA LEE

$389.38 PPN 08-3S-22-0001-0001-0085 HX 1054
STARLING MICHAEL L & TERI

$362.83 PPN 08-3S-22-0039-0008-0050 HX 1055
BOWEN RAY & DELLA

$1,146.76 PPN 08-3S-22-0048-0004-0030 HX 1056
KIRKLAND JARED O'NEIL

$464.47 PPN 08-3S-22-0048-0007-0030 HX 1057
HODGES ROGER & TRACIE

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'JONES LARRY G & PATRICIA A

$598.93 PPN 08-3S-22-0125-0001-0030 HX 1060
NORMAN STEFFANI L


PPN 08-3S-22-0125-0001-0050 HX 1061
$659.03 CREWS KOTY M &

PPN08-3S-22-0125-0001-0160 HX 1062
$855.08 DUNCAN DAVID JR & TONYAL

PPN 08-3S-22-0125-0002-0060 HX 1063
KRAUSS MICHAEL A & DANA M
$95.25
PPN 09-3S-22-0000-0000-0tOO 1064
KNABB JAMES W JR & CONSTANCE D
$885.67
PPN 09-3S-22-0118-0002-0290 HX 1065
WEST CARL L & LORETTA J
$559.08
PPN 09-3S-22-0118-0003-0120 HX 1066
MARTIN LACEY ANN
$665.60
PPN 09-3S-22-0118-0004-0170 1067
JONES DWIGHT S &
$458.34
PPN 19-3S-22-0005-0000-0190 1068
RHODEN WILLIAM R
$749.30
PPN 26-3S-22-0000-0000-0074 HX 1069
WILLIS JOHN D JR
$95.25
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0001-0200 1071
SHARPE FAMILY INVESTMENTS LTD
$672.29
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0001-0330 HX 1072
HALL JANET MARIE
$784.45
PPN35-3S-22-0004-0002-0010 HX 1073
MILLER SAMUEL D & LAURIE L
$134.52
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0002-0100 *HX* 1074
EVERETT JOSEPH R & LEARA MAE
$425.39
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0002-0390 HX 1076
SMITH DEBORAH AND OLIVIA MARIE
$409.51
PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0002-0460 1077
CAULEYJOHNATHAN & JANE
$655.62


$1,461.14


'$608.84


$1,343.44


$1,536.22


$846.77


$442.41


$95.25


$336.22


$614.59


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PPN35-3S-22-0004-0003-0010 HX 1078
$1,221.13 CHADWICK JAMES H &VELDA

PPN35-3S-22-0004-0004-0020 HX 1079
$906.26 CHAMPION BUDDY

PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0006-0050 1080
$858.13 MUNCYCATHY

PPN 35 3S-22-0004-0006-0090 1081
$785.27 MUNCY KATHY L

PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0006-0120 HX 1082
$3,198.36 SIMMONS JAMES L & JACKIE M

PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0006-0140 'HX* 1083
$1,275.28 STILL LAURA K

PPN 35-3S-22-0004-0007-0040 HX 1084
$2,321.54 GROVES KIM & MARK BROWN


$1,414.09

$1380 Custom Prinl

Stationery
$1,110.81
Invoices
$342.26 Business Cards


$535.75 Envelopes

$95.25 Invitations


$426.35 THE OFFICE MA
110 South Fifth St. 259
$79.80


Notice to Bidders:



Persons who have not participated

in the Tax Certificate Sale in the

past should pre-register with the

Baker County Tax Collector's office

before June 1, 2007.







Farm Service




Quality Care and Feeding for Horses

Livestock and Pets at your Home,

whenever you need it!

Experienced Veterinary Tech

Available 365 days a year

Many references








Anne Moshier


904-629-5954


$199.80


$85.01


$1,285.04


$345.23


$1,210.51


$419.35


$1,028.37


$2,237.15


$795.40


$259.85


$170.44


$345.56


$1,693.86


$741.18


$1,429.74


$1,146.44


SCARBOROUGH DANIEL & KATHERINE $5,154.02

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0041-0030 922
RHODEN TINA MARIE $2,774.92

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0042-0020 923
RHODEN THOMAS R &WILLIAM ROCK $2,841.19

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0042-0050 924
RHODEN THOMAS R& WILLIAM R $2,578.16

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0042-0060 925
RHODEN THOMAS R &WILLIAM ROCK $1,741.70

PPN 32-2S-22-C049-0043-0030 926
STIERS TONY B &ETAL $6,278.42

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0043-0060 927
STIVERSTONY B&ETAL $3,443.47

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0048-0015 928
MOSLEY RONALD D JR $5,004.59

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0051-0040 HX 929
BROWN ALPHONSO & BETTY J $600.77

PPN 32-2-22-0049-0055-0010 HX 930
WORTHINGTON DAVID & RUTH $743.88

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0055-0025 931
SCOATES BENJAMIN &JEAN F $883.98

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0056-0070 HX 932
WILLIAMS ROSAA $259.15

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0060-0025 HX 933
WELLS SUSAN L& $595.68

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0061-0040 HX 934
PEARCE JOHN DAVID $730.02

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0064-0060 HX 936
NORMAN MARK A & SUSAN A $717.21

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0068-0035 HX 937
JONES WILLIAM K $521.61

PPN 32-2S-22-0049-0068-0050 HX 938
WHITFIELD ERROL & ELISA REAGAN $205.10


CITIZENS OF MACCLENNY



PLEASE TAKE NOTICE at the regular meeting of the

City Council on Tuesday, June 12, 2007 at 6:00 o'clock

p.m. at City Hall, 118 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny,

Florida, the City of Macclenny will consider the below

ordinance for first reading:



AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MACCLEN-

NY, FLORIDA REZONING APPROXIMATELY

6.89 ACRES SOUTHEAST QUADRANT OF THE

CITY OF MACCLENNY (R.E. NO. 32-2S-22-0000-

0000-0010) AS DESCRIBED HEREIN, FROM RG

(RESIDENTIAL GENERAL) TO PUD (PLANNED

UNIT DEVELOPMENT), AS DEFINED AND

CLASSIFIED UNDER THE UNIFIED LAND

DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, FOR A RESI-

DENTIAL DEVELOPMENT, AS DESCRIBED IN

THE APPROVED WRITTEN DESCRIPTION AND

MASTER PLAN FOR CREEKSIDE TOWN HOMES

PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT; PROVIDING

SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.







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A complete legal description of metes and bounds and

the ordinance can be obtained from the office of the City

Clerk.


Anyone having an interest in the first reading of this ordi-

nance is invited to attend


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$348.36


$1,356.70


$79.80


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COME IN AND


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If you, or a senior or disabled individual you know, needs to
widen a doorway, add grab bars or install a ramp to
manage around the house, call the Baker County Council
on Aging. We can provide the services you need or refer
you to the people or organizations that can help.

Call us in one of three easy ways:
Baker County Council on Aging 259-2223
Dial 2-1-1
Elder Helpline 1-888-242-4464


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'04 Chevy Trailblazer
$15,995
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'00 Impala
$7,995
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'99 Silverado Reg Cab
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'93 Mazda 626
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'01 Ford Ranger X-Cab
$7,995
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