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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: July 19, 2007
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Paid circulation leader Winner of12 state awards forjournalism excellence in 2007


78th Year, Vol. 12 Thursday, July 19, 2007 Macdenny, Florida 500


Circular road network suggested

Consultants see 4-lane US 90,

6-lane l-10 and outer belt road link


Future population
growth in Baker County
will strain local road-
ways unless improve-
ments are made, traf-
fic consultants told the
Baker County Commis-
sion the evening of July
16.


By
Andrew
Bare
F, s t.j It


Acting on the recommendat in s ol Pos t,
Buckley, Schuh and Jernigan i PBS&J a..,
south Florida-based civil engine irt ng i 1rm.
the commission unanimously approved
a thoroughfare master plan ithat would
center around an expansion of the v'.est-
em road loop surrounding Bakei CountN\.
The details of the plan are not set in stone.
but they include widening ULiS l0 t10- four
lanes, widening 1-10 to six lanes to US UiI
near Sanderson, and constrtiuting a ne e..
four-lane roadway parallel toi ULS Oi
All of these plans are .ong-term n-nd
dependent upon specific details of deel-
opment in Baker County. But according


to PBS&J, a study by the University of
Florida indicated that the county could see
population growth of up to 82 percent by
2030. As Duval County continues its pro-
cess of urbanization, the consultants said,
population spillover will result in an influx
ot leaidemnts Baker ('tiCnt, C sioinelrs jdieed v.ith PBS&J'.s JCoIlentiont
that the added polpulttiorl nilandates iine.
iads
According to the en iineeit.,-l. Dl .,il
C(',ount, should he built-out h\ 211411 And
the LIF qtd\ .aid Baker Coiiunt', 0 iuld be
one of the eight t.istest 21oV.ing, i ioutlties
in the tdte _between no'v and 21.ln
In other bliilness handled Monkiid,..
the cI'limilssion unanimousitil\ aippit' ed
C('Onti\ Mlanager Joe Cone's iettiuest toI
enter into an e\pernlental agreement
v. ilih North Florinda Emuulsionrs. a Palarka-
iased pa\iiI n complain that \\%ill attempt
to impro-e Deer\v.tood Circle noiitheast
of NMcclernn; and tile uinpa\ed loads in
Deerv,iood Sibdi'..ii:Mon off CR 22.5 Ii the


southeast county.
The county plans to use $250,000 it
received from DuPont Mining to fund
the paving projects. NFE will use two ap-
plications, cold-chip sealing and and an
open grade cold. The cold chip sealing
\Ill be used ,11 D.-er.itN. d i C cle and is
designed to pie.ent \.ate i tioin seeping
inti tie b.lse ol a i.ad arld underminillng
it. The open glade & ,ld nil\. to be used in
thile Deer\t ood Subdi\ lionn, 1 ii m\ture of
court e inclie ls a.ild is used to ip)gilade rti-
ril riuads It's .lso cheaper.
BAkci ColiInt\ lhIMs4t1.1 miles o1lUnpit',ed
road., ir Cone sld, .ind NFE has e\peni-
ence ith se'eilal Floiida ,_io',erin enti
D.', id Di%.in., \ho \\asr liried on tilhe
cominpalin 's reference torln ais the contact
peison foir the cii. ot Lake MNl.ir,,. \here
NFE did .a I$x11.53(-i pia ing project. said
in :t telephone inteile i\ that NFE did "a
g real. job "


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Testing the waters at the YMCA pool..
Jenny Adams of Macclenny introduces one-year-old Tucker to the YMCA pool on
a hot afternoon last week. Ms. Adams, who had just joined the YMCA, was be-
ing given a tour of the facilities by director Anna Lewis and decided to let baby
Tucker test the water. He stuck one tentative foot in the water, then proceeded
to begin kicking enthusiastically perhaps a budding olympic swim cham-
pion. The pool, which offers water aerobics and swim classes, next Monday be-
gins a new schedule of extended hours for non-member swimming this season.
PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN


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Traffic impact likely the roadblock with the Cedar Creek plan


BY ANDREW BARE
Press staff
Planning officials said this week that
it would likely be another eight months
before a proposed retirement communi-
ty northwest of Glen St. Mary is either
approved or shot down.
Ed Lehmann, the director of planning
and zoning for the Northeast Florida
Regional Council in Jacksonville, said
in a telephone interview Monday that
the proposed 3240- acre Cedar Creek
retirement community was still in the
early stages of review. The NFRC, an
advisory committee composed of repre-
sentatives from seven Northeast Flori-
da counties, has sent the Miami-based
Adrian Development Group a lengthy
list of possible concerns.
Chief among those, Mr. Lehmann


and Baker County planning director Ed
Preston said, is the community's poten-
tial impact on local traffic. Mr. Lehm-
ann said Adrian and the county will
have to develop a plan showing how the
retirement community would integrate
into the local traffic situation. That
could prove complicated. Howev-
er, Mr. Lehmann emphasized that
the issues looming before Adrian
were not unique to the retirement
community.
"Typically in every project
there's additional information
that's needed," he said.
The ball is now in Adrian's
court to respond. By state law, this re-
view works in two stages. After the
NFRC receives the proposal, it returns
its initial impressions to the developer.
The developer attempts to address the


concerns and sends its response to the
NFRC. The council then considers the
reply, and issues its second report.
The developer has one more chance
to consider objections and concerns.
One final time they issue a reply to the






edar Cree

planning council, which then votes on
.which way to advise Baker County.
Genevieve Houston, Adrian's proj-
ect manager, did not return a call seek-
ing comment. But Tony Robbins, a


Jacksonville-based consultant working
for the development group, said Adrian
would respond to the council's com-
ments sometime this week.
Once the county has the council's
recommendations, it will hold a public
hearing and give a final yes or no
vote. The county could also issue
a tentative yes, where it approves
the'development with conditions.
Mr. Lehmann said the process has
k about eight more months to run.
The approval process for Adri-
an's development of regional im-
pact, or DRI, is two-tiered. Even if
the DRI itself receives a thumbs-
up, Cedar Creek would still need to
obtain the state and county's approval
for an amendment to Baker County's
comprehensive plan. By law, Florida
Department of Community Affairs also


gets a chance to review and comment
on the proposed amendment.
DCA provided such review and com-
mentary in a memorandum dated May
25. In that report, the agency said the
proposed plan amendment exhibited
several factors associated with urban
sprawl. According to the report, the
amendment encourages development
that exceeds demonstrated need, does
not maximize use of existing public
facilities and services, discourages the
redevelopment of existing communities
and is not adequately linked with the
rest of the county.
DCA also raised concerns about nat-
ural resources in the area, as well as the
availability of public utilities. Mr. Rob-
bins said none of the concerns raised


(See page 2)


Main department concern: abandonedanimals


BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Press Staff
On a hot July afternoon, the Baker
County Animal Control office locat-
ed off Steel Bridge Rd. north of Mac-
clenny is experiencing a high volume
of calls.
There are inquiries about miss-
ing pets, reported sightings of stray
animals, complaints about willful
neglect and abuse by owners and
from people thinking of adopting a


pet from the many animals that daily
find their way to the shelter off the
aptly named Deputy Dawg Lane.
It's hot in the kennels and indus-
trial-sized fans blow at each end of
the long hall in an effort to keep the
canines cool. Each cubicle also has
access to a small, enclosed outside
area.
Part-time employee Ginny Co-
henour is busy making the rounds
with food and water. Barking rises to


a deafening pitch as the excited im-
poundees anticipate their dinner and
maybe later, a nap or romp in the en-
closed yard.
"Things are so much better since
Ginny came on board," says officer
Georgia Monfort, who oversees ani-
mal control in Baker County. "She
pets and plays with them a lot."
According to Ms. Monfort, it's
(See page 7)


Timothy Fisher delivers a stray to officer Georgia Monfort.
PhiOTO n KitI.I n, LANNI.AN


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Glen tract rezoned


with PUD provision


In the latest of a series of very
brief monthly meetings, the Glen
St. Mary Town Council voted
the evening of July 17 to rezone
six plat blocks off US 90 at the
east town limits from residential
to general commercial.
The move is one more step to
pave the way for eventual sale of
the 19.5 acres on the north side
of US 90 from the Ray Gatlin
family for a shopping center or
other commercial enterprise.
The vote followed a public
hearing that drew no response
and the ordinance passed 4-0.
Councilman Perry Hays was ab-
sent.
The re-zoning was delayed
a month by mutual agreement
of the town and owner Florida
Green Partners (Ray Gatlin) to
include a provision .requiring a
PUD (planned urban develop-
ment). That way, Glen St. Mary
retains control over special de-
velopment details of any eventu-
al use. The Macclenny Commis-
sion enacted similar ordinances
in the past year.
The provision makes way for
a more finely tuned development
plan, as opposed to a blanket
commercial zone.
Formulation of a policy on
minimum residential square
footage was delayed another


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month after town attorney Joel
Foreman sought more time to
prepare an opinion memoran-
dum. He had been asked to study
the matter last month by Mayor
Juanice Padgett, who expressed
concern then and at the July
meeting that the minimum be set
at a high enough level to insure
higher values and adequate liv-
ing space.
"We don't want a whole town
with 1000 square-foot houses,"
said the mayor.
She said plans for one such
unit have been submitted to
the town for approval, and
it will await Mr. Foreman's
memo, probably before the Au-
gust meeting. The proposal is
for a 1000 square foot house.
All building plans inside Glen
St. Mary are approved by Ms.
Padgett before being sent on to
the county building department.
The council voted without dis-
sent to transfer title to the county
emergency services department
on both the recently replaced fire
engine and an aging rescue unit
that for years as been used as a
quick response fire vehicle.
Less than ten minutes elapsed
between the opening gavel and
adjournment.


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(From page 1)
The commission unani-
mously agreed to a request from
Mike Evans, representing the
Greystone Subdivision just east
of Glen St. Mary off US, 90, for
an extension to December, 2008,
for improvements he had earlier
agreed to make. The county is
involved in a bond agreement
with Greystone, which has hit
several speed bumps during
its development. At present, a
slump in the housing market has
made it difficult for Greystone
to find builders.
"We are working with several
different builders," Mr. Evans
said. "We're not abandoning
our subdivision. We will main-
tain our subdivision. We're still
here."
The commissioner unani-
mously consented to a $290,000
bid from Adrian Development
Group to purchase 20 acres off
US 90 from the county. Baker
County had originally bought
the land intending to build base-
ball fields on it for Little Leagu-
ers. However, wetlands on the
property made that impractical,
and the county advertised the
land for two weeks.
Adrian's was the only bid.
The tract is adjacent to the de-
veloper's 3240-acre proposed
Cedar Creek project, currently
in the preliminary review stage.
Mr. Cone also announced
that a new skate park, scheduled
to open in August on property
belonging to the health depart-
ment, was still without an oper-


ator. According to the manager,
the county advertised for bids to
run' thE' park and certain conces-
sion and equipment stands, but
received no offers.
And the commissioners set
August 2 and August 7 for
public budget workshops. The
county is facing potentially dif-
ficult cuts, fueled mostly by the
expected increase in Homestead
Exemption and a resulting drop
in local revenue.
The workshop on August 2
is scheduled for 4:00 pm. The
meeting on August 7 is at 3:00
pm.

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for 4-H camp
Sign up now for the upcoming
4-H Crafty Camper Day Camp to
be held August 6-10 for children
8 and older.
Campers will learn to sew and
create fun and educational crafts.
There is a $40 registration fee per
child and enrollment is limited to
the first 15 students. Deadline to
register is July 30.
Registration packets are avail-
able at the Baker County Exten-
sion Office located in the ag cen-
ter off US 90 in west Macclenny.
You can also download forms
from the 4-H Youth Develop-
ment page at http://baker.ifas.ufl.
edu.
For more information, call
259-3520.


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Cedar Creek
(From page 1)
were "monumental."
Even if, in eight months,
Baker County approves both the
DRI and the comprehensive plan
amendment, there would still
be hurdles to clear. Both would
need to go back to the DCA for
final approval.
The proposed retirement com-
munity north of US 90 between
Glen and Margaretta has been
controversial ever since it first
came before the Baker County
Commission in November of
2006. At that meeting, commis-
sioners voted against transmit-
ting the proposal to the state.
But on March 19., the commis-


proposal...
sion unanimously agreed to send
the DRI to the state, persuaded
in part by the way Adrian had
managed to sway nearby resi-
dents, who had initially opposed
the retirement community. -,
Adrian plans to build out the
development over a decade or
so, with an eventual 7000 resi-
dential units, a commercial cen-
ter and various amenities.

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Opinion Comment


114omment


S THE Pre-meeting prayers;


BAKER COLTMY are they prejudicial?


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THE BARE

TRUTH
ANDREW BARE

This column is going to be a
mess.
The fundamental principle of
persuasive writing is this: the
writer has an opinion and he
tries to persuade the reader to
adopt that opinion. So a column
without an opinion usually isn't
effective. But I beg your indul-
gence in this.
As part of my job, I attend
numerous government meet-
ings; county commission, city
commission, code enforcement.
They have a number of things
in common, not the least of
which is the fact that they tend
to be soul-crushingly boring.
More basic, however, is that all
of these meetings start with a
prayer. And I'm not sure what I
think about that.
The practice seems, on one
level, to fly in the face of -the
concept of separation of church
and state. These are the represen-
tatives of lqcal government, and
they're on the job. When they're
working, it seems inappropriate
to pull God into the public realm
in such a way.
This would be easier to swal-
low if the prayers were non-
specific requests for advice and
guidance from an unnamed de-
ity. However, they're aimed at
.the Christian god.
"We love you and praise
you in the name of Jesus," was
how Commissioner Gordon
Crews wrapped up the prayer
at Monday's county commis-
sion meeting. I can't help but
wonder how a non-Christian in
attendance might think about
his or her chances of receiving a
fair hearing before such a board.
The statement of this prayer at
the beginning of a governmental
meeting implies that the contents
of the prayer represent a kind of
societal norm for Baker County.
Intended or not, the message is
that Christianity is the approved
religiofi in this locale. And that's
a dangerous situation.
After hearing the prayer, is a
non-Christian in attendance go-
ing to feel confident about his
ability to receive a fair audience
with the commission? Whether
or not the commissioners would
discriminate in any way against
such a. person is almost irrele-
vant. If that prayer has a chilling
effect on a citizen, great harm
has been done.
So no, it's probably not a
good idea for these commissions
to begin with a prayer.
And yet, practical effects
seem minimal. Baker County
simply isn't the most religiously
diverse community, so concerns
over offending non-Christians
seem more theoretical than any-


thing else.
And when you boil the situ-
ation down to its essence, what
you have is a commission pray-
ing to a higher power for the gift
of wisdom. This isn't religious
oppression.
The point, I suppose, is that
when religion and government
become intertwined, there are
seldom easy answers. Politics
and religion inspire more pas-
sion in people than perhaps any
other two topics. Bringing them
together leads inevitably to con-
fusion.
So excuse me if I find myself
confused by this issue.


Tattoos,


IMPRESSIONS
JIM McGAULEY
A recent wire service story
originating from Los Angeles
noted that most employers are
hesitant to hire people with no-
ticeable tattoos and body pierc-
ings.
You're kidding?
The same story also pointed
out that many large companies
- Wal-Mart among them -
have been forced to take another
look at the ban on body art be-
cause "no tolerance" policies are
greatly decreasing the pool of
potential workers.
That's because almost half
of people 21-32 years old in the
United States today have tattoos.
.The story reminded me of a
cartoon we posted on the wall
here at the newspaper several
years ago. It depicted a stoned-
out, disheveled, youthful job
applicant seated across the desk
from a traditionally dressed per-
sonnel manager, who had a piece
of paper in his hand marked "re-
jection slip."
"That's okay," the manager
is saying. "I'll just attach this to
your nose ring."
Anyone who has flown lately
or strolled around a shopping
mall has no doubt noticed the
general decline in personal ap-
pearance standards. Tattoos and
body piercing are just part of
the problem. You got the baggy
pants pulled down below the
waist; you got the pre-teen girls
wearing styles that belong on
hookers plying the Las Vegas
strip; you got your "gangsta" at-
tire that, though it originated in
the 'hood with the black broth-
ers, seems now to attract more of
the white kids.
Before all the tattoo freaks
out there bombard me with e-
mails and letters, I should say
I don't have anything against
them per se. Nose rings and
body piercing, well that's anoth-
er matter. For every adornment


High praise for hospice


Dear Editor:
Several months before cancer
took my husband's life, I enlist-
ed the invaluable resources of
Northeast Florida Community
Hospice. And, while we were
blessed to have solid, loving
support from family, church and
friends; I cannot imagine what
this period of our lives would
have been like without hospice.
From the very first visit it was
plain that their primary concern
was, of course, for his comfort,
care and dignity, but the services
offered did not stop with him.
This organization realizes that
it is dealing with more than just
one individual who happens to
be near the end of his or her life.
Each patient's disease, cir-
cumstance and family setting is
unique and treated accordingly.
The physicians, nurses, social
workers and volunteers from


hospice are well versed in what
they do. On the rare occasion
that a situation arose that was be-
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knew exactly where to direct us.
Nobody wants to face their
own mortality or the fact that
their loved ones will leave them
one day, but that's not reality. We
have to accept what is and make
the best choices we can for what-
ever time we have left on this
earth.
My husband arid I could not
have made a better choice than
having Northeast Florida Com-
munity Hospice to take over his
care. It is my firm belief that not
only did they drastically improve
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rings may be
of that kind, you can deduct ten
IQ points right off the bat, and
conclude the person made a con-
scious effort to make his or her-
self look stupid. It works.
Tattooing is an ancient aft.
There's something in the human
psyche that drives us to imprint
images on our skin. It's a form of
identity statement, probably fu-
eled by our urge to "belong" to
something or someone.
I'm not sure about today, see-
ing as how many tattoos seem
designed to set one apart from
everyone else. Why else would
someone actually pay to have
spider webs weave up their neck
and face? Or snakes curling up
their arms to, I guess, their arm
pits?
If you want a tattoo, fine (I've
revised an earlier "no tolerance"


detrimenta/ to
position upon learning three of
our children have them). The
sensible approach is, since the
skin is your body's largest organ,
pick a place that you can easily
cover up for occasions like, say,
a job interview or your wedding
day.
Don't get the spiders up the
side of your face and anticipate a
wide-open job market.
As for the body piercing, at
least it can be removed for oc-
casions like those mentioned
above, or if you're about to meet
your favorite girlfriend's parents.
Of the two tattoos and pierc-
ing the latter makes you look
more stupid, hands down, except
if you opt for the spider option.
My generation has been grad-
ually climatized to the "dumbed
down" look now accepted in


employment
public today. We've seen the
people getting on our airplane
dressed in what could easily pass
for pajamas and flip-flops; we've
seen the pregnant girls who think
we're just dying to see their bel-
lies; we're excited about the "hip-
hop" ensemble designed to make
you look like you really don't
care what people think when
we know you very much do.
My hope is this is a "pen-
dulum" event; that styles will
swing back again and people
will start to care what they look
like. Trends are trends, and we'll
.always have people who want
to be different. Ink yourself up,
punch holes in your skin and get
out that purple hair dye.
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 19, 2007 Page 4


Local attorney helps

coordinate seminar


on Irish-U
BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Press Staff
When city of Macclenny at-
torney Frank Maloney was
asked to help coordinate a joint
comparative law seminar be-
tween members of the Florida
Bar Association and the Irish
Bar Council, he jumped at the
chance.
Florida Bar president Hank
Coxe and University of Florida
law professor Michael Olexa
requested that the Macclenny
attorney head up coordination
efforts.
Attorney Maloney, who is
proud of his Celtic heritage, con-
sidered the request an honor.
"I was extremely flattered and
honored to be asked," said Mr.
Maloney, who has been Mac-
clenny's attorney since 1981 and
maintains a private law practice
in Baker County.
According to Maloney, the
seminar was an opportunity to
expose members of the Florida
Bar to the cultural differences
of a European legal system, and
also as a way to fulfill the con-
tinuing education units required
of attorneys by the state.
Thirty five attorneys partici-
pated in the two-day seminar
that took place in Dublin, Ire-
land, May 29-30.
In the company of Irish bar-
risters and solicitors, Florida at-
torneys compared and contrast-
ed legal education, criminal trial
procedure, effects of European
Union Law and constitutional
law.
The Irish were particularly
fascinated by the "pregnant
chads" that brought Florida un-
der an international spotlight


S systems
during the 2001 presidential
election.
"That discussion actually
moved from the courtroom into
the pub at Hanley's restaurant
which is in the bar council build-
ing," said Mr. Maloney with a
laugh.
The Florida attorneys toured
the Kings Inn, founded in 1541
by King Henry VIII, the oldest
institution of professional legal
education in Ireland, as well as
the Four Courts and Law Li-
brary, considered the heart of
the Irish legal system.
The Florida Bar sponsored an
evening reception and banquet
for the Irish Bar, which featured
traditional Irish music.
For the local attorney, a side
trip to Louis Copeland & Sons
was a highlight. The haberdash-
ers have been fitting Irish bar-
risters for their traditional robes
and wigs, always worn in the
courtroom during legal proceed-
ings, for decades. He was fitted
for a wig and robe by Louis Co-
peland himself.
After the seminar concluded,
Mr. Maloney and a small group
of Florida attorneys traveled to
Scotland to meet with the ad-
ministrative members of the
Faculty of Advocates (barris-
ters) in Edinburgh and discuss
the differences in the two legal
systems.
"It was fascinating to learn
that the Scottish legal system is
based on Roman law instead of
the English Common Law sys-
tem which is what most of the
US legal system is based on,"
said Mr. Maloney. "Louisiana
law is based on the Napoleonic
system, which makes it similar
to Scotland."


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Brothers

irc caught

stealing from

storage area

Two brothers from the Bry-
ceville area were arrested about
midday on July 11 when they
were caught allegedly stealing
a refrigerator and other property
from a storage building belong:
ing to Scott Mandel at Trailridge
east of Macclenny off US 90.
Mr. Mandel said he drove up
to find a 1994 Toyota pickup
parked outside the building, and
used his Ford pickup to block its
exit. He told Deputy Harold Tay-
lor that Marc Martinez, 19, was
at the wheel and his 16-year-old
brother was the sole passenger.
In a subsequent interview, the
two admitted to breaking into the
building once before, and took
Investigator Steve Harvey to a
residence near Bryceville where
a tiller was recovered.
The brothers attempted to take
$1545 worth of property dur-
ing the second visit, including a
$1000 refrigerator, window air
conditioner and fishing equip-
ment.
Both were booked for grand
theft, and the juvenile suspect
was released to a parent. They
told Deputy Taylor they planned
to sell the stolen items. The
Toyota caused minor damage to
Mr. Mandel's pickup when the
older brother attempted to drive
around it.
In other theft reports, a dia-
mond necklace valued at $1000
-was reported missing from the
.residence of Carolyn Tanner on
Grand St. in Macclenny. She
told police, the afternoon of July
9 she suspects the 40-year-old
girlfriend of a brother who she
claims was wearing it.
No value was immediately at-
tached to a number of valuable
tools taken from a garage at the
residence of Richard Moody off
Plantation Rd. south of Glen St.
Mary.
Mr. M11ood reported the crime
the morning of July 9 and told
police he believes Justin Pearce,
23, and Larry Rhoden, 21, both
of Macclenny, were responsible.
They attended a party hosted by
the victim's son while he was
out of town, and the son claims
the suspects were seen inside the
garage several times during the
Party.
Mr. Moody also told Deputy
3en Anderson the Pearce suspect
parked a vehicle next to the ga-,
rage. The ignition on a golf cart
'vas damaged and the vehicle
overturned, and Deputy Ander-
son said a cell phone belonging
to Mr. Rhoden was found near-
'by. The property includes a band
saw, drills and a sander. "
Sharon Whitehead told the
;heriff's department someone
-ntered her residence off Clover
Dr. in Macclenny between 9:00-
10:00 am on July 11 and took
several rings valued at $50 and
an equal amount of cash. The
front door was unlocked at the
time.
The victim also said her son
and his girlfriend were inside
at the time, but both had in-
,gested pain pills and were sound
asleep.
Brett Sapp reported the eve-
ning of July 12 that three pistols
Valued at $1730 were taken from
his mother's residence off Madi-
son Dr. in Glen St. Mary. He last
saw them two years ago when he
stored them in a rear room.
Two pitt bull puppies chained
in the yard of Kevin Cohen off
Bay St. in Sanderson were spir-
ited away by a male suspect the
afternoon of July 15.
Neighbor Aaron Franck said
he surprised the black male, de-
scribed as tall with an athletic


build and wearing blue jeans and
a white t-shirt, and the suspect
took off running. He dropped
one of the dogs and kept the oth-
er as he raced north on CR 229
on foot, then east on Cove over
to CR 127, where he was picked
up by a brown van.
Mr. Franck told Deputy Gavin
Sweat the suspect freed the pup-
pies with a bolt cutter.


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Police use taser to arrestsuspect


Police tasered a Sanderson
man they said resisted arrest on
a charge of misdeamonor do-
mestic battery July 14.
Deputy Erik Deloach said in
his report that Curtis Myers, 44,
resisted attempts to handcuff
and arrest him. The officer was
responding to accusations made
by Shelly Shumate, who said
that Mr. Myers had grabbed her
purse, torn her shirt and thrown
her cell phone into the woods
outside their Ivory Williams
Road home during an argument.
The officer found Mr. Myers
sitting in his car on Rush Lane.
He allegedly admitted to throw-
ing the phone into the woods.
Deputy Deloach says that when
he told Mr. Myers he was under
arrest, the man became agitated
and stated he wouldn't go to
jail.
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the suspect resisted and refused
to be handcuffed. According to
Deputy Deloach, he tasered Mr.
Myers during the struggle after
giving the standard warning.
After the tasering, the subject
was subdued, and he was also
booked for assault on a police
officer and resisting an officer
with violence.
In other incidents, a sworn
complaint was filed against
Sanderson resident Frank Cox,
50, after his daughter accused
him of punching her in the face.
Margie Cox told police July
11 that her mother and father had
gotten into an argument while
she was at their Doyle Williams
Road house. According to Ms.
Cox, when she attempted to
leave, her father punched her
repeatedly. When she went back


into the house to call the police,
she said, her father choked her.
Mr. Cox told Deputy Dar-
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had attempted to leave with
his 'wife's car and attacked him
when he tried to stop her. He
claimed that he tried to push her
off and stop the fight. The of-
ficer said in his report that Mr.
Cox had scratches on his face
and hands.
Because of conflicting state-
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A decision on prosecution will
be made by the state attorney's
office.
Another complaint was filed
against Macclenny resident Ste-
phen Collett, 26, on July 15 after
his wife accused him of threat-
ening her during a phone call.
According to Brittany Col-
lett, the two of them had argued
that night and agreed to get a
divorce. Ms. Collett claimed


that while she was gathering her
things to leave, she overheard
him on the phone telling a friend
that he was "prepared to go to
prison tonight."
Ms. Collett read that as a
threat, and arranged to be picked
up from the residence. When
police tried to contact Mr. Col-
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Gary Bennett said charges will
be filed through the state attor-


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And Macclenny resident
Sherterria Jackson told police
July 12 that her brother George,
28, slapped her in the face during
an argument. According to Ms.
Jackson, her brother thought she
had dropped some of his mari-
juana on the ground. -
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 19, 2007 Page 6


County changes rule



on 'family lot' transfers


The Baker County Commis-
sion on Monday unanimously
approved changes to the family
lot ordinances that it said would
.make the process easier for
home owners desiring to turn
land over to family members.
"This amendment will im-
prove the capability of turning
[over land] to your children,"
Commissioner Julie Combs
said. "It won't fix it for every-
body. There's certain criteria
and certain steps that need to be
followed."
The amendment now .al-
lows residents living on parcels
zoned RCMH 2.5 to deed land
to family members; previously,
only two agricultural zones were
considered acceptable fam-
ily lots. Also, the commissioners
lifted a previous restriction that
the original lot must have been
registered and recorded as legal
prior to 1991.
And now, a family member
must reside on the newly carved
lot for three years. Before Mon-
day, that time limit was only one
year. The.board said the change
was intended to address devel-
opers who attempted to skirt
county regulations by establish-
ing "family lots."
In other matters before the
board at its July 16 mid-month
meeting, the board again heard
Barbara Yarborough, president
of the Baker County Council
on Aging, request the proceeds
from the sale of land in Mac-
clenny that she says were prom-
ised to the COA.
Several years ago, the county
agreed to donate to the COA
any proceeds from the sale of
the south Macclenny land that
was the former site of the health
department. In February, 2006,
the county sold the land to a


developer for $1.2 million. At
Monday's meeting, Ms. Yarbor-
ough read a letter asking for the
money; the COA wants to use
the money to build a new head-
quarters.
"We feel very strongly and
committed to this project and
that this is the best solution for
your board as well as ours," she
said. "Upon receipt of the funds
we shall move forward to pur-
chase land, hire a grants writer/
fund raiser, hire the architect,
and build the facility, etc., that
will fit the needs of today and
the future."
Documents submitted to the
county by the COA indicate the
council spent more than $1.2
million in 2006-2007; the coun-
ty contributed $179,549.
"I, for one, want to thank the
board and the council for their
turnaround," Commissioner
Alex Robinson said. "They have
gone through some very trying
times, And we do intend to fol-
low through on our promise."
The COA, which serves area
senior citizens from its current
headquarters in an aging two-
story building at College and
US 90 in Macclenny, re-orga-
nized twp years ago following a
financial crisis that forced ouster
of its former director.
The commission also heard
from Cathy Rhoden of the Baker,
County Fair Association about
leasing the Baker County Fair-
grounds from the county. The
county has owned the land north
of Macclenny for decades, and
the Fair Association says leas-
ing it would make preparation
for the annual county fair in the
fall easier.
Commissioners indicated they
would support such a lease.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 02-2006-CA-0176
THOMAS R. RHODEN and
TINA M. RHODEN, his wife
Plaintiff,
vs
PHILLIP M. WILSON II a/k/a
PHILLIP M. W166ON, TAMMY M.
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Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: PHILLIP M. WILSON II a/k/a PHILLIP M. WIL-
SON, TAMMY M. WILSON a/k/a TAMMY WILSON
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Verified Mortgage
Foreclosure Complaint has been filed against you
on the below described property:
Lot 5, Block H, Timberland Estates, as re-
corded in Plat Book 3, pages 3 & 4 of the public
records of Baker County, Florida.
Parcel ID#28-1S-21-0143-0002-0050.
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 Macclen-
ny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063; (904) 259-
3155, within thirty (30) days after the-first publica-
tion of the notice and on or before the 13th day of
August, 2007, and to file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before service on Frank E. Ma-
loney Jr., P.A., attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on
this 10th day of July, 2007.
T.A. "AL" FRASER
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day of July, 2007.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
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By: Jamie Crews
As Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 02-2001-DR-352
IN RE:
LAURA LAPOINTE
Petitioner,
and
JEFFREY LAPOINTE II
Respondent.
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modification of child custody has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on Laura LaPointe,
Petitioner, whose address is 720 Birdie Drive, Mac-
clenny, FL 32063 on or before July 26, 2007, and
file the original with the clerk of this court before
service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If
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WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law
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WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court
on June 27, 2007.

Clerk of the Court
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Deputy Clerk


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Claims victim prompted theft


A Macclenny man arrested
for stealing a car off Steel Bridge
Rd. told a sheriff's investigator
he was dismantling it at the re-
quest of the owner, who wanted
to get out of making payments
on it.
Robert Thompson, 18, who
lives in the same neighborhood,
was booked into county jail on
July 12 charged with grand theft.


A 2001 Cadillac sedan he alleg-
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on the property of Brian Nunley
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case.
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whereabouts via a tip from Mr.
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caught at former Wal-Mart

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people, including two juveniles, Herb eventually relented anc
July 9 after they were caught called a friend to pick her up
trespassing at the former Wal- But according to the officer, she
Mart on 6th St. in Macclenny. tried to drink a beer while wait-
Deputy James Nickles said in ing for her ride. When Deputy
his report that Linette Baron, 34, McGauley told her he wouldn't
Rex Sanders, 44, and two male allow that, she became agitated
juveniles ages 12 and 17 were and began drinking. She was
caught about 10:30 pm during then arrested.
a routine security check of the Leonardo Montero, 31, was
empty building. According to arrested after motorists said he
the officer, he and another depu- repeatedly jumped, in front ol
ty noticed the entry hatch to the traffic on 1-10 near Sandersor
building's roof was open. The July 9. Deputy Benjamin An-
other deputy checked the roof derson said he smelled strongly
and allegedly found the four in- of alcohol and would not heec
dividuals there. The deputy had orders to cease.
Linette Baron and the 12-year-
old prone on the roof, but Mr.
Sanders and the 17-year-old had r
jumped to the ground. L u ar
According to Deputy Nick-
les, he found Mr. Sanders and
the other boy hiding in two trash arrested or
cans. After all four were round- 1
ed up, sworn complaints were
filed against Ms. Baron and Mr. aving Pot
Sanders. The two juveniles were
given warnings. A trio of vehicle occupants
The former Wal-Mart build-
plus a bicyclist were charge
ing has been empty since early this past week with misdemean-
this year. or drug and paraphernalia of-
In other reports, Annette fenses
Herb, 34, of Macclenny was ar- A 1997 Chrysler driven b)
rested at the .Barber Road home Tikka White; 20, of Macclennb
of David Arnett July 13 on a was stopped off 8th St. in Mac-
charge of disorderly intoxica- was stopped off 8th St. in Jul
tion. clenny about 11:00 pm on July
tion y PatrickMcGauley 12 because it had no tail light.
Deputy Patrick McGauley Deputy John Harden saic
said Ms. Herb was unstable on Ms. White consented to a ve
her feet and smelled strongly of hicle search and he found small
alcohol. After initially resisting amount ,,... ;,, ,-.


AL-ANON
Meetings
Every Monday 8:00 pm
Macclenny Church of Christ
5th and Minnesota
Open to friends &
family members ofalcoholics.
CITY OF MACCLENNY
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
PLANNING CONSULTANT
The City of Macclenny hereby requests proposals
from qualified individuals or firms to provide plan-
ning consulting services to the City of Macclenny,
Florida on.a continuing basis.

The services will include, but not limited to, gen-
eral planning services such as review of zoning
applications, review of subdivision plansan d proj-
ect site plans, completion of growth management
mandates from the Florida Department of Com-
munity Affairs, and other planning related projects,
which may be assigned by the City Manager.

Proposals will be evaluated on an equal competi-
tive basis using the following criteria: (1) experi-
ence; (2) staffing and management; (3) familiarity
or ability to become familiar with local 'conditions;
(4) quality of references and their responses and
(5) fee schedule. The fee quoted must indicate a
basis for calculation and submittal. Fees may be
quoted as lump sum, hourly rate or task comple-
tion rate.

Six (6) copies of sealed proposals, marked
"SEALED PROPOSAL FOR PLANNING CONSUL-
TANT SERVICES", must be received by 5:00 PM on
Wednesday, August 1, 2007 at the Macclenny City
Hall, 118 East Macclenny Ave., Macclenny, Florida
32063, Attn: Gerald Dopson, Macclenny City Man-
ager/Clerk, in order to be considered. Additional
information may be obtained from Mr. Dopson by
calling (904)259-0972. Proposals will be opened
as soon as possible after the submissions deadline
and ;evaluation and selection will occur at a time
and place to be determined. An evaluation com-
mittee may be appointed and interviews may be
conducted. Contracts resulting from the process
will be subject to review.and will be fashioned to
protect the City's interest.

The City reserves the right to reject any and all pro-
posals, to waive any informalities or irregularities
in the proposal process and to award the contract
in the best interest of the City.

7/19
HIGGINBOTHAM'S TOWING & RECOVERY
P.O. BOX 1120, US 90 WEST
GLEN ST. MARY, FL. 32040-1120
Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (904) 259-6146
The following vehicle will be sold at public
auction August 3, 2007 at 10:00 am, at Higginbo-
tham's Towing & Recovery, US 90 West, Glen St.
Mary, FL. 32040.
1989 Honda Accord
ID#1HGCA6262KA041565
7/19
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The Baker County District School Board will hold
the following Public Hearings on Monday, August
6, 2007, in the Baker County School Board room
located at 270 South Boulevard,East, Macclenny,
Florida. beginning at 6:30 pm.
Approval of:
2007-2008 Pupil Progression Plan
2007-2008 Code of Student Conduct
The public is invited and encouraged to attend.
The documents will be available for preview at the
Baker County School Board Office located at 392
South Boulevard East, Macclenny, Florida begin-
ning Thursday, July 5, 2007 (8:00 am 4:00 pm.).
7/5-8/2


originally asked to park the Ca-
dillac behind his residence to
work on it. The vehicle was cov-
ered with a tarp, then Mr. Nunley
said he became suspicious when
he discovered that parts were be-
ing removed from it.
Mr. Thompson on the after-
noon of July 12 went to the sher-
iff's annex for an interview, and
admitted to Investigator Morgan
he removed parts from the Cadil-
lac but not to sell them. He al-
leged that Ms. Jesseman request-
ed he do so, and told police he
took the vehicle about midnight
on July 8. The owner said in the
initial report she left the keys on
the car's floor.
In a case involving theft from


a parked vehicle, Johnny Barton,
36, of Sanderson said someone
removed 80 prescription pain
killers from the trunk of his
parked vehicle off Doyle Wil-
liams Rd. while he was in county
jail.
Mr. Barton said he returned
home July 11 to find the drugs
and $40 cash missing from an
ashtray.
The previous evening, he was
arrested for driving on a license
that had been suspended 14
times. He was stopped in a 1991
Honda that was clocked speed-
ing southbound from CR 250 on
CR 125, and told Deputy Patrick
McGauley he was on house ar-
rest.
The officer said Mr. Barton
drove recklessly away from the
Taylor Store about 8:30 pm and
the Honda at one point left the
roadway. He had a child in the
vehicle with him.


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board jewelry box and in the
glove box. She and passenger
Natalie Crews, 18, also of Mac-
clenny, were issued citations that
require a court appearance.
A similar charge was made
against Lana Parker, 18, of Glen
St. Mary after her 1989 Honda
was stopped on Steel Bridge Rd.
just east of SR 121 about 9:30
the evening of July 15.
Deputy Mike Lagle said the
Honda failed to stop at the near-
by intersection, and he detected
an odor of marijuana smoke
coming from the car's interior.
Ms. Parker produced a baggie of
pot from her purse.
Deputy Hardin questioned
bicyclist Chad Mallory, 28, of
Macclenny after spotting him
riding near 7th St. and Ivy in the
north city just after 1:00 am on
July 12.
Mr. Mallory, who first said
he was pedaling to the residence
of an acquaintance to get a ride
to a pharmacy, produced a glass
crack pipe from a pants pocket.
The offense is a first-degree
misdemeanor.


August 3

Shotgun start 8:15
Bent Creek Golf Club,Jacksonvillc
Four players Captain Choice
Tournament is limited to 132 paid golfers.
Entry is $75 per player or
$300 per 4-person team.
Fees include entry fee, cart, prizes,
refreshunents and lunch.


For more information contact
John Finley or Lynn Taylor 259-2231


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 19, 2007 Page 7


Animal shelter: attention on strays...


(From page 1)
commonplace for her to return
from the field and find a dog
snoozing in the office corner,
several others roaming about
happily and groups of kittens
lounging on the chairs.
All the animals get regular
exercise. When the cages are
cleaned, the kittens are free to
roam and they zoom up and
down the hallway like little race
cars. Small groups of dogs run
free and play in a large outdoor
enclosure.
"Sometimes I think I'm on
Noah's Ark," she laughs.
Currently the agency has two
full time officers and one part-
time assistant. The officers are
responsible for covering the 448
square miles that make up Baker
County and traverse much of that
area on a daily basis. Response
time to calls is often determined


by proxim-
ity. For ex-
ample, if a
cluster of
calls occur
in the Olus-
tee area, all
will be dealt
with before
answering
a single call
in Baxter,
miles to the
north. Calls
from the
sheriff's de-
partment,
especially
involving
an aggres-
sive or bad-
ly injured
animal, take
precedence
over all oth-
ers.
For each
animal tak-
en into the
custody of
the shelter,
an impound
sheet is filled
out which
lists infor-
mation such
as location
where they
were picked
.up, reason
for pick up,
breed and
condition of
animal, tran-
quilization
(if necessary),


sence of collar. At the center the
animal is scanned for the pres-
ence of a microchip. Then it's
logged in, given an ID number
and assigned a kennel cubicle.
Due to a misconception about
animal shelters in general, ani-
mals impounded are not neces-
sarily destroyed if not claimed
or adopted quickly. The stron-
gest governing factor regarding
euthanization is a lack of physi-
cal space.-There are times when
the shelter is full to overflowing
and euthanasia becomes a nec-
essary evil.
"This little one has been here,
for a couple months," says Ms.
Monfort of an adorable black and
white tail-less Manx kitten mew-
ing from its cage. Another kitty
lies on its back and stretches out
its arms through the bars as if to
say "Oh please, pick me."
Lost or abandoned animals


Shelter Facts:

How to get there:
Directions to the county's
animal control office: take
SR 121 north of Macclenny
to Steel Bridge Rd. (flashing
yellow light); turn right (east);
turn left on Deputy Dawg Lane
(near the county's former
landfill).

Frequent local
abandonment sites:
* Clete Harvey Road
* Paul Harvey Roal
* Cedar Creek Farms
* Reid Stafford Road
* Steel Bridge Road

Benefits of spaying and
neutering
* less inclined to roam, fight
or contract contagious dis-
ease
* often less aggressive and
more affectionate
* lessens or stops male cats
from spraying


presence or ab-


women; some


are kept 3-5
days under
the "stray"
status. After
that time, if
they seem
healthy and
pass a suit-
ability as-
sessment,
they go into
the shelter's
a d,o pt ion
program.
This par-
ticularly
applies to
dogs.
The dogs
are grouped
with other
dogs, then
exposed to
adults and
children, to
determine
aggressive-
ness. Their
level of so-
cialization
is monitored
and docu-
mented.
"Some
dogs have
been abused
and are ex-
tremely shy
and with-
drawn," said
Ms. Mon-
fort. "Some
don't like
men; some
don't-like
are completely


socialized and well adjusted to a


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family. We evaluate each animal
then work to match it with a suit-
able adoptee."
The animal is seen by a vet
and undergoes a check-up, is


de-wormed
and given a
test for heart
worms. It re-
ceives a ra-
bies tag and
is spayed/
neutered if
necessary,
then receives
a license.


or unwanted animals. Cats and
kittens are tied in sacks and
thrown from car windows; new-
born puppies are left in buckets
at the river; dogs are staked to


People throw them out
all the time. I've lost count
how many I've actually
brought in. ,
-Timothy Fisher


These services are covered
in one adoption fee $45 for
cats, $50 for dogs a bargain
considering it costs as much or
more just to treat a pet for fleas
and ticks.
Adoption of a pet through this
program is a practical way to
offset the very serious problem
of stray and unwanted animals
in the county.
Responsible spaying and neu-
tering would solve so much of
the stray and feral animal prob-
lem, especially as it exists in the
city," said Ms. Monfort.
The "problem" wouldn't be
a problem if pet owners would
spay and neuter their pets. This
would especially curb the feral
cat population, as cats have pro-
lific reproductive capabilities.
A single pair of cats and
their kittens can produce up to
420,000 cats in seven years. A
healthy, spayed, indoor cat lives
about 15 years on average. Stray
cats live 2-5 years if they are
lucky.
Many people believe that neu-
tering a male dog will decrease
the dog's "maleness" and result
in a fat, lazy dog. According to
Ms. Monfort, this is simply not
true and is one of the many mis-
conceptions people have about
the process. Spaying and neuter-
ing increase the lifespan of the
pet as well as its quality of life.
Animals that are properly fed
and exercised don't gain excess
weight.
Stray animals, whether aban-
doned or lost, face a cruel life.
Exposed to extremes of heat
and cold, they roam freely, often
trespassing to forage in garbage
cans for food. Their short life-
spans are a cycle of starvation,
dehydration, disease, loneliness,
and persecution from unsympa-
thetic humans and other animal
predators. A large percentage
are hit by cars. Stray dogs will
revert to their pack nature and
can become predatory and dan-
gerous.
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the ground
and left to
die or are
driven to
rural areas
and dumped
off to fend
for them-
selves. Often
mother dogs


and their entire litters are aban-
doned.
Timothy Fisher, who lives
near the Margaretta area, has.
rescued 45 lost or abandoned
dogs during the past year.
"People throw them out all
the time. I've lost count how
many I've actually brought in,"
he said. "It's pitiful."
"The hardest thing for us
to understand is abandonment
when they can simply bring the
animals to us," says Ms. Mon-
fort. "That is one of the reasons
we're here."
The shelter's employees work
hard to deal with the constant
flow of animals that end up im-
pounded and seek solutions that
are mutually beneficial to all
parties.
They stress that people should
not avoid bringing animals to the
shelter due to embarrassment or
fear of being judged.
"We don't judge anyone. We
understand that owners some-
times simply can't keep the ani-
mals anymore," says officer Tina
Thomas. "We'd much rather they
bring them here to the shelter,
than abandon or dispose of them
in an inhumane way."
The shelter's hours are Mon-
day through Thursday, 9:00 am-
11:00 am and 2:00 pm-5:00 pm.
Friday, 9:00 am-11:00 am and
1:00 pm 5:00 pm. The shelter
is not open on weekends, but an
officer is on call for emergen-
cies. For more information about
adoption, to report suspected
cruelty or a missing pet, call
259-6786 or visit bakercountyfl.
org and click on animal control.
To report stray or abused ani-
mals in the Macclenny limits,
call 259-0967.


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the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.

Any person with a disability requiring reason-
able accommodation in order to participate in this
meeting should call (904) 259-3777 or fax a writ-
ten request to (904) 259-5464. If you are hearing
impaired and require the services of an interpreter,
please call at least one week prior to the meeting
and the Town will arrange to provide that service
for you.


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Arrested on charge of


threatening to killfriend

Police charged a Macclenny of breaking into his Michigan
man with threatening to kill a Ave. home and choking him on
friend July 15. July 13.
David Gibson, 38, was arrest- Mr. Cagle said Mr. Parish
ed after Dean Holland alleged pushed in his door and choked
that he broke into his house and him for three to four minutes.
shouted threats. Mr. Gibson was According to Mr. Cagle, the as-
allegedly concerned that his wife sailant tried to punch him but
was in Mr. Holland's home. He was restrained by a woman who
only left when Mr. Holland re- was with him,Angela Pitts. They
trieved a shotgun. then fled Mr. Cagle's home.
Deputies found Mr. Gibson at Northeast Florida State Hos-
his home on Keith Griffis Circle pital employee Clarence Troupe
off CR 125 south and booked told police July 10 that a 45-
him at county jail for assault and year-old patient at the hospital
burglary. The incident apparent- attacked another patient.
ly stemmed from an argument Mr. Troupe said he was help-
Mr. Holland, Mr. Gibson and his ing the victim shave when the
wife Stevie Gibson had earlier assailant burst into the room and
in the day. began hitting Mr. Knight. The
In other reports, the sheriff's employee broke up the scuffle,
department is looking for Mac- and police were unable to get
clenny resident Jason Parish, 20. any information from the two
after Andrew Cagle accused him patients.


Doi on bae .anm old photos of Baker CounGi people or buiildings?
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Coming August 2007.





Notice of Public Hearing


Notice is hereby given that the proposed ordinance
whose title hereinafter appears will be brought
up for public hearing on Tuesday, July 17, 2007
at 7:00 pm, at the Town Hall of Glen St. Mary,
10046 North Glen Avenue, Glen St. Mary, Florida
32040. Copies of said ordinance may be inspected
by any member of the public at the Town Hall, ad-
dress stated above. On the date above mentioned,
all interested parties may appear and be heard with
respect to this proposed ordinance, which is titled
as follows:

Ordinance No. 2007-03
An ordinance of the Town of Glen
St. Mary providing for a rezoning
request by Florida Green Part-
ners, LLC for the following prop-
erties: Blocks 59,60,61,62,71 and
72 from Low Density Residential
to General Commercial.

Persons are advised if they decide to appeal any
decision made in this meeting/hearing, they will
need a record of the proceedings, and for such pur-
pose, they may need to ensure a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made, which record includes







THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 19, 2007 Page 8


churchh


Thanks so much
The family of Rita Carol Ben-
nett-Burnsed-Branham would like
to thank everyone for everything
they did during her last days.
Thanks also for the prayers,
flowers and cards after her pass-
ing. There are not enough words
to say how much it meant to us.
Special thanks also to Guerry
Funeral Home. From our family
to yours, thanks again and God
bless you all.
Tina Wheeler, Elmer Lee and
Lois Bennett, K.C. and Lora Waller,
Mikell and Dale Bennett,
Robbie and Vickie Burnsed

Heartfelt gratitude
Words cannot adequately ex-
press the heartfelt gratitude that
is extended to each and every
one who showed their love in so
many ways to me and my family
during the loss of my son Timmy
Battles.
Thank you to the various
churches, businesses, neighbors
and friends. Thank you for your
cards, letters, food, flowers, do-
nations and most of all, your
prayers.
Mary Bristol and family

Sincere appreciation
The family of Mary V. Smith
would like to express their sin-
cere appreciation and thanks to
everyone who was there in our
time of need. Thank you for the
food, flowers, cards and prayers
that were sent.
A special thanks to Bro. Da-
vid Thomas, Bro. Timmy Thom-
as, Larry Harvey, Lois Adcock,
Johnny Pierce, Mary Goodwin,
Joni Wright, the Christian Fel-
lowship Temple and Guerry Fu-
neral Home & staff. May God
bless each and everyone of you.
THANK YOU,
SHARONTLONG & FAMILY
SHIRLEY DUGGER & FAMILY

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Mt. Zion N.C.
Methodist Church
121 North t 259-44nl
Macclerriv, FL
Pastor Tim Cheshire
Sunday, School 9"-45,3m
Sunday Morning Worsrhip 11 00 mi
Sunday Everiiri W rship 6 r00 pim
Wednesday Pr jyer Servi:e 7 00 prnm






Jesus answered. Verily, verily I
say unto thee ecept a man be
born of water and o1 the Spirit.
he cannot enter into the hng-
dom o0 od'0." Jo-,rn 3-5


Special thank you
The family of George W.
Wilkinson extends its special
thanks to everyone who phoned,
visited, prepared food and sent
beautiful flowers.
A special thank you to Rev.
Richard Fish for presiding over
the service, and to Brother Tim
Wilder for the beautiful music.
Marie Wilkinson and family
Church sponsoring
a women program
Three days of events will
be sponsored this weekend by
the Faith Tabernacle Church of
Baldwin's women's ministry.
On July 20 at 7:30 pm, the
ministry is sponsoring a program
entitled "Women of God, Take It
all Back."
A health fair and brunch will
be held Saturday starting at 8:30
am, and the health fair again on
Sunday at 4:00 pm.
For more details, telephone
266-4987 or 536-0013.

Family is grateful
The family of Roy Brown
wishes to thank family and
friends for their visitations, food,
flowers and prayers during their
time of loss.
Special thanks to Rev. Mike
Hamm, Ed McCleary and Guerry
Funeral Home for their services.
God bless you all.
Sara Pritchett and family

MACCLENNY
CHURCH OF CHRIST
573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am- 11:00 am
I Worship Services
11 On lm
V .:J d Bild_. I s ,i,
11.) pm
:i i'ri .1 M minister
Sailmt F. a iltcliig


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Abstinence


conference

A number of ministers in the
Baker County area are planning
an Abstinence and Living Godly
Conference for youths on Friday
August 18 and the following day
at the Emmanuel Church of God
in Christ and St. James Baptist
Church in Macclenny.
Among the topics to be dis-
cussed are: managing your body;
how to say no and mean it; why
you should wait; are you sexu-
ally active and others.
Speakers will be invited from
the Baker County Health Depart-
ment, the sheriff's department,
financial institutions, and mem-
bers of the sponsoring clergy
will also speak. The program
both days starts at 8:00 am. Free
meals and prizes are included.
An organizational meeting
will be held July 20 at 7:30 pm
at the Emanuel church on South
8th St. in Macclenny.


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


THE BAKER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
HAS UNCLAIMED BONDS AS FOLLOWS

02-07-2006 Jose A. Marquez-Sortoa&
Bond #01987331 $2,202.00 )

Written claim with proof of identification must be
made to the Sheriff's Office on or before September 1,
2007. Unless claim is filed within such time, any rights
to these monies shall be waived and monies forfeited
to the county.


SERVICE TIMES Pastor Mitch Rhoden NOW ENROLLING
Children's Church 9:30 am '" Kindergarten-12th Grade
Sunday School 9:30 am 28 W. Macclenny Ave., McKay Scholarships for
Located on Railroad Rd. in E.S.E. & I.E.P. Students
Sunday Worship 10:30 am Midtowne Center behind WJXRome of he Eagles
Sunday Evening 6:00 pm Home of the Eagles
Wednesday Night 7:00 pm 259-1199 or 305-2131 Isaiah 40:31



^ : Calvary Baptist Church

S- Sunday School 10:00 am
Preaching Service 11:00 am
Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm
... .- lllWednesday Service 7:00 pm


523 North Boulevard W.
Four blocks north of Hwy. 90 in Macclenny
hiaslor Donnie E. Williamsiii 2 * .- 1529 ____


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Independent Pentecostal Church
Seventh St. & Ohio Ave., Macclenny


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


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Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 P.M.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Wed. Eve. Worship 7:30 P.M.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
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GOP meeting
The monthly meeting of the
Baker County Republican Party
will begin at 7:00 pm on Thurs-
day, July 26th at the Republican
headquarters, 24 South College
St. in Macclenny.
All local Republicans are in-
vited to attend. For more infor-
mation, call Don Marshall at
259-9668.


Neighborly Seniors host first bingo tournament
The Baker County Council on Aging Neighborly Senior Club hosted its first bingo
tournament ait the COA center in Macclenny on July 9 and 41 people participated.
Pictured above are the top winners who all received trophies: fromm left) Floy Fos-
ter, third place, Ruby Roberts, second place and Irene Prevatt, first place and grand
prize winner of a travel bag presented by (right) Bo Walker and Mary Baxla. The
bingo players also enjoyed lunch and fellowship, and most won at least one prize.


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Karis Valerie Richardson
Daughter born to RichardsonsJune 14
Titus Richardson is pleased to announce the birth of baby sister
Karis Valerie.
She was born June 14,2007 at 3:09 pm to Bryan and Melissa Rich-
ardson of Sanderson. Karis weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces and was 20
inches long.
Proud grandparents are Eugene and Donna Richardson of Sander-
son and Roger and Gloria Godwin of Taylor.


Elias George Maddox
Baby boy Maddox
George and Kara Maddox of
Macclenny are pleased to an-
nounce the birth of son Elias
George Maddox on June 19. He
weighed 9 pounds, 14 ounces
and was 21 1/2 inches long.
Proud grandparents include
Tommy and Nancy Johnson of
Macclenny and Larry and Kaye
Maddox of Gastonia, N.C.

Vows on July 21st
Melisa Lagle of Macclenny,
along with Barbara and Doney
Harris of Raiford, are pleased to
announce the upcoming marriage
of their children Ashley L. Smith
and Christopher M. Harris.
The ceremony will take place
at 5:00 pm on July 21, 2007 at
the Mathis House on the Glen
St. Mary Nurseries property. All
family and friends are invited.
Thanks so much
I would like to thank Pastor
Richard Gaskins and the mem-
bers of St. John's Baptist Church,
and my family and friends for the
Big Day! May God bless each
and every one of you.
Eartha Gaskins
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Ten year reunion
The Baker County High School
Class of 1997 plans a ten year
reunion on Saturday, October
6, 2007 at River City Brewing
Company on the St. Johns River
in downtown Jacksonville.
The $65 cost includes dinner,
dancing and a great night of min-
gling with former classmates.
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Box 184, Glen St. Mary, Fla.
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Senior club

seeks dresses
The Baker County Council on
Aging Neighborly Senior Club
are seeking evening dresses or
gowns for donation to the Coun-
try Store.
The organizations are plan-
ning a "Senior" prom the night of
August 10 and the clothing will
be used to dress up the ladies.
Call Mary Walker at 259-3400
to arrange for a donation.
The public is invited to the
Country Store during morning
hours on weekdays, and dona-
tions of clothing for the area's
older citizens are always wel-
come.
The store is at 101 E. Mac-
clenny Ave. in the Council on
Aging building.
Period items sought
for Burnsed House
Restoration of the Burnsed
Block House at Macclenny's
Heritage Park was completed
last month, and artifacts from
the period 1830-1850 are being
sought to furnish it.
For a list of suggested items
to be donated and other informa-
tion, contact Naomi Roberson at
259-2350 or Roger Yarborough
at 259-0968.


Democrats to meet
The Democratic Party of Bak-
er County will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Tuesday,
July 24 at 7:00 pm at the home
of Anita Gerson at the comer of
College' and McIver in Macclen-
ny (look for signs).
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for the party is encouraged to at-
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Fishing tournament begins


ports



Beckham no savior


for US soccer scene


FAT LADY

ROBERT GERARD

Most of the people in this
country watching the hype sur-
rounding soccer star David
Beckham's arrival in the US
shrug and say, "Big deal." This
is not a country of rabid soccer
fans, and even the world's most
famous player doesn't warrant
much attention.
The LA Galaxy of Major
League Soccer (MLS) forked
out a tremendous, jaw dropping
amount of money for Beckham.
The British soccer icon will
pocket $250 million over five
years.
How in the world does the
Galaxy think it will make back
that kind of money in a country
that could care less about soccer?
They realize something about
Becks that most of us don't when
we see that figure in print.
Beckham isn't so much a soc-
cer star as a celebrity. He has the
chiseled face and body, the gor-
geous pop star wife and celebrity
friends like Tom Cruise and Ka-
tie Holmes. He's a franchise as
much as a player.
Already, the Galaxy has sold
250,000 #23 shirts with Beck-
ham's name on the back. It is
LA's hottest fashion item. In Ma-
drid, where he played for three
years for Real Madrid, one of the
world's biggest clubs, Beckham
merchandise amounted for $300


million in sales.
Madrid didn't need the extra
fans in the seats because they
sold out every game anyway. In
the US, where the Galaxy team
plays in a 25,000-seat arena that
often has more unsold seats than
sold, his presence on the field is
good for 10 or 15,000 more fans
per game.
Is he the savior of soccer in
America as some claim? Not a
chance. Soccer will never be as
big as football, baseball and bas-
ketball as a spectator sport. Most
of us haven't grown up with the
game and soccer is an acquired
taste. You have to learn to ap-
preciate the game itself before
you can really enjoy watching
it. Most Americans won't give it
that chance. It will find its niche
and Beckham will help, but that's
about it.
So while he will give a boost
to attendance anywhere he plays,
he won't help the game in Co-
lumbus or Kansas City when
he's not in town.
Notice I haven't said a word
about Beckham the player. He
isn't the best player in the world
or even the best mid-fielder. He
certainly comes in to the Galaxy
as the best player in America.
But how much can he help
LA. They are a bad team. They
have some good players includ-
ing Landon Donovan, the finest
striker the US has produced, but
they are still a bad team. Beck-
ham won't propel them to the
MLS Cup in one year.
But he'll be fun to watch.


Seniortll-Stars play in tournament
A team of]] All Star players ages 14-15 recently represented the Baker County Little
League Senior Division in the District 11 Tournament. The tournament was held at.
the West Nassau County High School baseball field in Callahan. The team included
Matthew Blackmon (SS/P), Scooter Gross (1st), Brandon Wilson (3rd/P), Brandon
Robertson (CF), Josh Mobley (2nd), Kyle Gulledge (RF), John Turner (RF/P/C),
Dustin Williams (3rd/P), Michael Farr (RF), Chris Boyd (LF) and Colin Young (C).
Several of these boys had their start in baseball in the Tee Ball division of the BCLL.
For 10 of the 11 players, this All Star tournament closes the chapter on their Little
League experience. They represented Baker County and The Baker County Little
League with class.


More All-Stars...


12-year-oldsfinish 2nd in district tournament.
The Baker County 12-year-old Little I.eague division All-Star squad clinched four
tournament games 'recently, allowing only a single run, then lost in an upset to St.
Augustine the night of July 11 to finish second in the district. The team beat Arling-
ton, Fleming Island, Yulee and Callahan to earn a berth in the championship game.
Pictured above are (front row, l-r) Joey Taylor, Dillon Crews, Hunter Bell, Caleb
Cushman, Daulton McKelvey, Robert Raulerson, (middle) Thomas Owens, Ethan
Wilkerson, Caleb. Rodgers, Dillon Gerace, Justin Guillory, (back) coaches Robert
Bell and Hooter Wilkerson, manager Darrell Rodgers.
Photo courtesy of Barbara Wilkerson


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BY BOB GERARD
Press Staff
Is it just me or does Bruce
Willis look like he's chiseled out
of a block of stone in the latest
installment of the Die Hard se-
ries? Willis took a 12-year hiatus
before making Live Free or Die
Hard, but the decade since Die
Hard With a Vengeance hasn't
affected the way he comes across
on the big screen. He still looks
as if he was carved on Mt. Rush-
more.
I've seen all the Die Hard
movies and this one is probably
my favorite. They all follow the
same format, of course. Willis,
who plays NYPD cop John Mc-
Clane, is alone against a host
of bad guys. He must do battle
against overwhelming odds,
cause an entire car lot of crash-
es, kill dozens of baddies, blow
up at least a score of things and
endure cuts, scrapes and bruises
that would leave lesser mortals
in traction for six months. And
he must do it all with that wry
smile on his face as if he knows
something the rest of us don't.
He does. He knows that these
movies sell and that he can keep
making them until the terrorists
all run dry.
In Live Free or Die Hard, the
bad guy is a disaffected comput-
er genius named Thomas Gabriel
(Timothy Olyphant). Gabriel has
convinced a legion of computer


hackers to break into all the gov-
ernment, financial and military
computers in the US and is us-
ing them to bring the country to a
complete standstill. To cover his
tracks he is killing the hackers.
McClane is sent to pick one
of them up and find out what he
knows. But when McClane gets
to the home of Matt Farrell (Jus-
tin Long), he is attacked by thugs
with machine guns.
Something you notice about
thugs with machine guns in Die
Hard movies they are awful
shots. They fire clips of ammuni-
tion at McClane and miss. Also,
machine gun bullets can blow
holes in metal car doors and take
down helicopters, but can't pen-
etrate a couch. When you go to
a Die Hard movie you'd better
leave your sense of reality at the
door.
Believing that all the hackers
are dead, Gabriel uses his com-
puters to shut down all transpor-
tation. He crashes airport and
train computers and shuts off all
the traffic lights. It's chaos.
With Farrell in tow, McClane
watches it all happen. He contacts
the FBI before Gabriel shuts off
all the telephone lines and cell
traffic. Meanwhile, Gabriel dis-
covers that one lone hacker pro-
tected by one lone cop survives
and sends his goons with guns
after them.
What ensues is work for about


50 stunt men and explosives ex-
perts. Car crashes, helicopter
crashes, buildings blowing up
- it's edge of the seat stuff. Mc-
Clane loses quarts of blood but
still manages to keep walking.
I was with him until he jumped
on the wing for the F-35 Raptor.
That was too much even for me.
But I won't give it all away if
you haven't seen the movie.
Willis was made for this
kind of role and his tongue-in-
cheek tough guy act still rings
true since the first Die Hard was
made in 1990. Part of his appeal
is he doesn't take any of it seri-
ously. You can just look at him
and tell.
Justin Long is also very ap-
pealing as the computer hacker
in trouble. He came straight to
the screen from television com-
mercials. You'll know him as the
laid back Mac guy on the Apple
commercials. He's the foil to the
stiff, suit-wearing PC guy. He's
so good at it that Apple saw sales
of Macs go up 150% since the
commercials started.
He comes across just as like-
able on the big screen and there
is a lot of chemistry between him
and Willis that drives the movie.
Olyphant isn't quite so con-
vincing. He doesn't quite come
across as someone willing to kill
thousands of people for revenge.
Director Len Wiseman knows
how to handle the action se-


quences. They are what makes
this movie tick and there are a
lot of them. They will keep you
glued to your seat and munch-
ing popcorn. Ironically, this is
Wiseman's first big Hollywood
movie. It won't be his last.
Live Free or Die Hard is an
awful lot of fun and a proto-
typical summer movie. Give it a
look. It is rated R. I give it 3 out
of 4 stars.

congratulations
To the coaches and players of
the All-Stars ball team on your
district title win.
Keep up the good work!











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It's the high season if you're
a fisherman. The Greater Jack-
sonville Kingfish Tournament is
on tap. It's the 27th consecutive
year that teams from around the
country have come to try their
hands at catching the big kings.
A thousand boats will leave
the Sisters Creek Marina as they
search the waves from Feman-
dina to Flagler Beach Thursday
and Friday for the big kings that
could land them $500,000 in
cash and prizes. The kings are
elusive, and anglers will need a
combination of luck and skill to
pull in the big prize.
There are two main prizes, for
the biggest king and for the ag-
gregate total in a number of cat-
egories. In other words, the boat
with the highest weight in king-
fish wins the aggregate prize.
It's a lot of fun even if you're
not a fisherman. The boats leave


early on Thursday and Friday
and the weigh-ins are at 3:00
pm. That's when the excitement
starts as boat after boat comes in
hoping that they are carrying a
prize winner.
There's plenty to do while you
wait on the arrival of the boats.
There are exhibit tents, conces-
sions, a boat show and live mu-
sic. On Saturday, the awards cer-
emony starts at 6:30 pm and there
is live music from the Swingin'
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Fresh green peanuts. Hand picked,
washed and graded, $34 bushel. Call
259-2055 for information. 7/12-8/2c
16'x7' Cargo Craft Explorer trailer,
mtg 2003, 3/" plywood floor and doors,
4 wheel electric brakes on tamden axle,
like new, $3000. 613-6001. 7/19tfc
40 ft. Coachman RV, 5th wheel, washer
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3000 Ford tractor, 50 HP, good tires,
power steering, front-end loader,
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2001 Cougar by Keystone, 30' 5th
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Washer & dryer, extra large capacity,
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refrigerator and A/C window unit. War-
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Great news! This summer The Frank-
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1995 Bombadier XP Sea-Do, low
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Treasures & More we sell, service and
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Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs,
very ornate, fluted legs, rare; half round
foyer console. All pieces are mahogany
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Kut-Kwick commercial mower, 24 HP
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Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic,
$199. 904-398-5200. 11/2tfc
Treasures & More back-to-school spe-
ical. Mention this ad for $1 off a pair of
shoes. 259-8688 or 904-536-2256.
7/19c
One horse trailer, bumper pull, $800.
904-608-4647 or 275-2410. 7/19p
Troy Bilt self propelled mower, $55.
742-9399. 7/19p
G&L Partridge Farm, Chuckar Quail,
$3.50 alive, $5.50 dressed, average 14-
16 ounces. 275-2603. 7/19-8/9p
Four new Firestone tires, Transforce
AT, LT265/70R17, 5 ply, retails for
$850/$1000, sell for $650 OBO. 259-
2369. 7/19-26p
Twin mattress, kiln, 2 tables, lift chair,
metal hoosier cabinet, day bed, wrought
iron outside furniture. Please call 259-
7997 for prices and location. 7/19p
17 ft. Bowrider, trailer, fish finder, ma-
rine radio, 135 HP Evinrude, $3400
OBO. 259-8013 9:00 am-9:00 pm.
7/19p
Full size stacked washer & dryer, less
than one year old, $400; Blue Ox fold-
away tow bar, $250; single twin size
bed, new mattress, $50; kitchen table
w/2 chairs, $40; loveseat couch, an-
tique, $40; entertainment center, $40;
dishes, coffee table, rocker, recliner,
many household items. Please call 904-
674-3410 or 259-2271. 7/19p
Fill dirt & slag for driveways. 904-318-
5187. 7/19-26p
1991 Astro bass boat, 18 ft., 150 HP
Mercury outboard, excellent condition,
$5000. 259-3028. 7/19p
Sawmill will cut 30" diameter, 18' long,
$6000; boom truck $3000. 238-1908.
7/19p
Snapper riding lawn mower, 102 HP,
$350. 259-7562 or 226-2199. 7/19c
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1998 Buick GS, V6, automatic, $1500;
1991 Ford Thunderbird, V8, automatic,
$1500. Call Randy @ 838-2648.
7/5-19p
2005 F350 Super Duty crew cab, 4x4,
fully loaded, $29,500 OBO. 904-334-
3817. 7/12-19p
1984 Chevrolet Cavalier, 4 door, low
mileage, good gas mileage, 4 cylinder
automatic transmission, clean with only
70,000 miles. Reduced from $1995 to
$1595; 1998 Ford Taurus, 4 door, clean,
good gas mileage, loaded with 6 cylin-
der automatic transmission. Reduced
from $2995 to $2495. Keith Griffis 1-
386-431-1354. 7/19-8/9c
Two 1993 Buick Roadmasters, both
in good mechanical condition, $1700
each. 259-6794. 7/19p
1971 Ford Maverick, 5 miles on 302
rebuilt engine, rebuilt transmission, re-
built front end, $3500. 259-3507.7/19p
1999 Ford Ranger XLT Ext. Cab, V6,
62k miles, power windows/doors/locks,
tilt, cruise, CD player, AM/FM, slide
back glass, AC/heat. Asking $6000, but
will take $5500. Call 334-0895. 7/19p


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Gwen's Handyman Services. Repairs,
painting, carpentry, general mainte-
nance. Free estimates. 259-9128.7/19c
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
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Six year old and one year old regis-
tered white and brown Paint horses,
females, mother & daughter, together
$2500, separate $1500 each. 259-
9066. 7/12-19p
Free. One year old female cat. Spayed,
all shots, very sweet. Moving can't
keep..259-6456. 7/19p
Dogs: all types from puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $50 boarding fees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc
Happy Jack Mange Medicine pro-
motes healing and hair growth to any
mange or barespot on dogs and horses
without steroids. Glen Cash Store 259-
2381, www.happyjackinc.com.7/5-26p
Boston Terrier, AKC, 11 months old,
male, $250 OBO. 259-9027. 7/19p
Feeder pigs, $35. 259-2419. 7/19p
Free. Six week old kittens. 259-6650.
7/19p


Jack Russell on Farley Burnsed Road
on July 14th, answers to Dixie, on
niedication and needs our care, loving
family pet. Please call 904-482-2254 or
912-843-2120. 7/19p




Children books. Teacher needs to
stock 3rd grade class library. Call Carrie
at 259-2746. 7/19tfc

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Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, 177 1l. 1st Street. 2 blocks from
US 90. Jewelry, furniture, clothes. Multi-family moving sale.
Friday & Saturday 7:00 am-?. west on Hwy 90 to 139B. follow
signs. 40 ft. Coachman RV 5th wheel, washer & dryer, $3500
OBO. Something for everyone. Rain or shine. Large 3 family barn
sale.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-3:00 pm. 121 N., left on 23C, left on
James Britt Road, 1st house on left. at garage in back,
Saturday 8:00 am-noon. 556 Linda Street. Furniture, clothes,
baby items.
Saturday 7:00 am-2:00 pm. 8776 Smokey Road, 3 miles west of
Glen, turn left onto Hwy 123, go 1 mile. brick house on right be-
fore 1-10 overpass. Back to School sale. Very nice girl's clothes,
sizes 4-8. Misses dresses & suits, sizes 14-16, plus lots more.
Saturday 7:00 am-?. 6327 E. Thomas Circle. Refrigerator, wash-
er, dryer, indoor/ouldoor furniture, TV, garden tools. tools, almost
everything you can imagine. Bring your truck and your cash ino
checkss. See you there.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 434 Cardinal Lane by Knabb Bailfield. Pres-
sure washer, fooseball table. air hockey table, dishwasher, micro-
hood with convention, full headboard-footboard, entertainment
center, hanging pot rack, woodstove, treadmill, padded rocker,
some baby items, more items being added to list daily.
Saturday 7:00 am-noon. 308 S. 3rd Street, corner of 3rd &
Michigan. Baby items, camping gear toys, household & miscel-
laneous itenms
Saturday 8:00 11:00 am., 1792 Maple Street. Baby items.
household, miscellaneous.
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at least a Class B CDL, must be reliable
with good driving and work record. Call
AR&R 259-4774 or 904-334-9329.
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must have good driving record. 259-
8038. 7/5-19p
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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
Company specializing in Erosion
Control now hiring the following posi-
tions: Class A CDL drivers, crew leaders,
equipment operators and laborers. Valid
driver's license a must. Fax resume to
275-3292 or call 275-4960. EOE, drug
free workplace. 6/28tfc
Higginbotham's Towing is now taking
applications for employment of Class A
& B CDL. Apply at 7611 W. Mt. Vernon
St., Glen St. Mary, FL. 7/5tfc
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service needs
experienced full time lawn maintenance
worker with valid Florida drivers license.
259-7335. 3/23tfc
Dental assistant, experience necessary,
EDA, FT/PT. Orange Park 272-9440 or
fax 272-0720. 7/19-26p
Local home care agency seeking PRN,
RN, OT and a full-time PT. Please call
259-3111 for more information.4/19tfc
Marine mechanic needed, experience
and tools preferred. 386-755-9262.
7/19-26p
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools, benefits after 90 days. 259-
5877. 12/30tfc
Northeast Florida State Hospital, and
Baker County are in contract agreement
to recruit and select qualified appli-
cants for the following position: Mental
Health Security Specialist/Security
Dept. Preference will be given to appli-
cants retaining Basic Recruit Training
Course (CRI) and certificate must be
provided. Selected applicants will be
hired as county employees, eligible for
county benefits. The physical location
of employment will be onsite at NEFSH.
Salary will be determined based upon
applicable position, experience and
education. Applications and position
information (class, specifications and
position descriptions) are available to
pick up at NEFSH, Human Resources,
Administration Building, Room #10,
7487 S. SR 121, Macclenny, FL 32063,
telephone 904-259-6211 est. 1175 and
fax 904-259-7104. The position will
post in accordance with Baker County
posting requirements for a period of 14
days. Posting will begin on Monday, July
16, 2007 and will close on Monday, July
30, 2007. A faxed resume can be accept-
ed. A county application and the position
information mailed upon receipt of con-
firmed fax. Note: Applications cannot be
considered after the closing date of July
30, 2007. 7/19c
Adult Outpatient Therapist. Work with
mentally ill adult clients in Baker County,
full-time, a master's degree and license
require. Fax resume to 259-5187.
7/19-26p
Driver's CDL-A. Become a car hauler
- we train! Top pay, sometime and bene-
fits. Two years OTR experience required.
800-889-8139... 7/19-26p.-


Exciting business opportunity Ice
cream shop for sale, established 15
years. 616-0965. 7/19-26p


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.
3 BR, 2 BA brick home w/1721 SF heat-
ed on 1/2 acre in Macclenny, all electric
appliances, $209,000. Call 813-1580
(8WE). 5/1Otfc
3BR, 2 BA DWMH on acre corner of
Mudlake Road & CR 125 at the 4-way.
Asking $125,000 OBO. 259-9066 after
6:00 PM. 7/19-8/2p
8.39 acres w/well & septic, 1 mile north
of Sanderson on CR 229, $96,500.
Owner financing available. 904-813-
1580. 5/17tfc
2005 doublewide, 2380 SF, 4 BR, 2 BA,
on 10 acres, pond, 12x20 shed, covered
porch, pool, deck, $225,000. 275-4172
or 904-497-6273. 7/19-26p
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
Open house Saturday July 21st 9:00
am-6:00 PM, for sale by owner. 4BR, 2
BA brick home in city limits on V2 acre
lot minutes from Macclenny Elementary.
Pool, new kitchen, completely remodeled
home. This is a must see at 393 Jerry
Circle off Miltondale Road. $145,000.
Questions, please call Ronnie at 486-
0918 or 259-8662. 7/19p
FSBO. Copper Creek Hills, Unit III, 2
large lot $65,000 each, 1 lot @ $55,000.
Please telephone 904-813-1580.
1/25tfc
Country living on 11 acre in Macclenny
area, 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home, all appli-
ances included, covered front porch,
open back deck, newly remodeled with
. metal roofing, carpet and paint. Two car
gLrage with storage, new three board
wooden fence, large oak trees, high &
dry. Great investment. $65,000 OBO.
259-2900. 7/19-26c


For Sale'

14 residential building lots

in city limits of Macclenny

1 lot 104' x 143' $71,500
2 lots 90' x 115' $65,000 each
4 lots 94' x 142' $69,900 each
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9.39 acres w/well & septic, 1 mile of
Sanderson on CR 229. $96,500. Owner
financing available. 904-813-1580.
5/3tfc
1 acre cleared lot in Glen, close to high
school and tennis courts. Mobile homes
OK. $45,900. 904-219-0480 or 904-
525-8630. 7/19tfc
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
Reduced! 3/4 acre lots, Estates St.
at Macclenny II. Homes only $49,900.
904-219-0480, 904-525-8630. 6/21tfc
FSBO. 3 BR, 2 BA brick home with 1585
SF heated on acre in Glenfield Oaks
Subdivision, many upgrades, $212,000.
Call 904-813-3091. 7/19tfc
1.04 acres off Woodlawn Road, cor-
ner lot with beautiful oak trees, power
pole, well and septic. $55,000 firm. 235-
8732. 7/19p
House and land in Bull's Gap, TN, 3 BR,
2 BA home on acre, just off 1-81, 3
miles from interstate, 45 miles from
Dollywood, $49,000. 423-327-0975.
7/12-8/2p
FSBO. 3.17 acres on the Middle Prong
of the St. Mary's River, two SWMH,
well, two septic, two light poles, three
permanent structures. $175,000 nego-
tiable. Interested parties, please call for
appointment 352-498-3531 or 352-486-
3485. 7/5-26p
3 BR, 2 BA house, approximately 3
acre, double car garage, new roof, new
drainfield, new paint, very good location,
appraised at & selling for $155,000.
259-9151 or 476-3015. 7/12-19p
Tennessee.. Secluded & peaceful! 2
BR house with wrap around porch
and garage on 10 acres, $65,000 firm.
Serious buyers only. Call 731-586-
4347. 7/5-19p
4 BR, 2 BA brick home, 1354 SF, com-
pletely remodeled, new carpet, tile &
roof, $149,900. 705 N. 7th Street. 259-
2423. 7/12-8/2p
5 acres with 5 BR, 2 BA and 3 BR, 2
BA mobile homes at Sanderson Pipe &
Arnold Rhoden Roads, $145,000. 259-
9066. 7/12-19p
FSBO. 3 BR, 2 BA, 1994 doublewide in
excellent condition on % acre lot in great
neighborhood near 1-10. Sun room, cov-
ered patio, fenced yard, storage build-
ing, $125,000. 904-545-6087. 7/5tfc
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
FSBO. 3 BR, 2 BA vinyl & brick home
on 5 acres with pool & large barn in the
country. 904-334-3817 or 904-610-
7845. 7/5-26p
2.67 acres with beautifully remodeled
1996 doublewide, 1773 SF, laminate &
tile flooring, 3 BR, 2 BA, office, dining
area, large kitchen, new central AC/heat
on Maple Street in Macclenny. Must see!
Call 334-9843 or 259-3274. 7/19p
1-3 acres, high & dry, fish pond, homes
or mobile homes, set-up included,
owner financing or cash discount. 912-
843-8118. 2/22tfc
31/2 acres, nice views, road frontage,
two story barn, city water, 40 minutes
to Gatlinburg & Pigeon Forge, $28,000.
Call Randy at 838-2648. 7/5-19p



Completely Refurbished
3 BR, 2 BA
Mobile Home
with add-on living room
and add on laundry room.
Approximately 1300 SF
heated on 1.88 acres,
fish pond.
$97,500

259-9400
or
904-753-9400


40 PLUS ACRES HERE!- MLS# 374282 imagine all the
possibilities in this 3BR/2BA brick front hm, 2486 sq ft
heated & over 3,000 sq ft total under roof, built 2000
builder. Home ofc, fam rm, Irg kit all in Glen St. Mary.
$495,000
HUNTER'S PARADISE! MLS# 353074 nice 3BR/2BA
DW on 5 acres. Split BR arrangement; master suite w/
garden tub. Fully equipped kit & 12 X 9 detached shed.
$129,900
TAKE THE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY COMMERICAL
- MLS# 368711 1421 sq ft on .59 acres, zoned
residential/commercial, great location near 1-295 for
small business. $199,999
IT'S A GREAT TIME TO BUY! MLS# 341513 Can you
see yourself with this new address? Call Sandra today
to see this 3.5 acres, just 35 miles from JAX, mobile hm
allowed or build in growing area. $49,900
PLAY YOUR CARDS RIGHT MLS# 376646 Call to
own this 2BR/1BA, 1408 sq ft mobile hm on 1 acre in
Macclenny. Sold As-Is. Beautiful landscaping awaits for
a mere $80,000.
EXCITED TO SHOW MLS# 371003 3BR/2BA
immaculate condition, 4 yr old, deluxe BA, split BR &
much more. $245,900
POSSIBILITIES ABOUND MLS# 329000 in 40 acres
off of Clarence Dobbs Rd. A great investment zoned
currently 1 home site per 7.5 acres. Call office today!
$600,000
COUNTRY LIFE IS IT! MLS# 354909 1 Acre lot w/DB
& SW, fenced yard, covered back porch & so much more!
Dial 772-9800 for Holly to show you today! $138,000
CARPENTER'S DREAM MLS# 371541 3BR/2BA
hm features a two car attached garage plus two car
detached/workshop, covered RV parking on over V1 acre
lot. $195,000
A SWEET PLACE TO CALL HOME MLS# 353112 Bring
your family into this 4BR/2BA home. Enjoy 3 city lots,
with approx. 2700 sq ft heated. Your husband will love
the detached 24'X 42" garage & addition 3 car carport
w/storage rm. $394,000


Owens Acres. 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.
6/28-7/26p
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
Your plans or mine! 1.28 acre lot with
existing well, septic and electric at 8797
Dupree Road, $60,000. 813-3091.3/1tfc
Copper Creek Hills, 6121 Copper Ridge
Circle, beautiful 3 BR, 2.BA, 1608 SF
in wonderful neighborhood, all brick
home, $225,000. Keller Williams Realty
Jacksonville, Team Generations, Forrest
Taylor. 904-626-6456. 7/12-19p
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/lOtfc
3.80 acres with SWMH, two power
poles, nice fish pond, lots of shad trees,
building with electricity. Surrounded
on three sides by the Osceola National
Forest in Taylor. Designated still hunt
areas. $90,000 negotiable. 386-328-
6934 leave message. 7/19p
40 acres, Smokey Mountains. City water,
700' road frontage, 25 miles of views, 1/2
pasture, V2 woods, two story barn, gravel
road, 40 minutes to Gatlinburg & Pigeon
Forge, TN. $6000 per acre. Call Randy @
838-2648. 7/5-19p
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
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on acre for
sale by owner. Front and back porch,
metal barn, $85,000. 259-9776 or 904-
302-1219. 7/19-26c

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3 BR, 1 BA brick home on nice city lot,
$950/deposit, $950/month, no pets.
Contact John at 904-228-4568.
7/19-26p


3 BR, 1 BA on .5 acre approximately
1 mile north of Sanderson. All electric
appliances, $750 security deposit, $750/
month. Please call 259-3343 weekdays
between 9:00 am-5:00 pm, 7/19tfc
Roommate wanted. $125/week, utili-
ties included, furnished or unfurnished.
Please leave message at 982-9560.
7/12-19p
3 BR, 2 BA home in Sanderson, country
charm, picket fence, $800/month, $800
security deposit. 465-3841. 7/12-19p
Mobile homes. 2 and 3 BR, A/C, no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-860-
4604. 3/17tfc
3 BR & 2 BR mobile homes, no pets,
garbage pickup, water & yard moving
provided, $475-$625. 912-843-8118.
7/5tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, carpet & vinyl
flooring with garden tub on .50 acre lot
in Sanderson. All electric appliances,
$750 security deposit, $750/month.
Please call 259-3343 weekdays between
9:00 am-5:00 pm. 7/19tfc
New 3 BR, 2 BA brick home on .5 acre
in Macclenny, all electric appliances,
$1800 security deposit, $1200/month.
Please call 259-3343 weekdays between
9:00 am-5:00 pm. 7/19tfc





Best location in town. Retail or office,
combined 2300 SF or split. 36 E.
Macclenny Avenue. 404-822-8925.
7/12-19p
Office space. Two rooms & full bath, 33
East Mclver. 259-9590. 7/12-26p
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Smokey Mountain cabin with front
stream, near Cherokee, NC, Gatlinburg,
TN Dollywood and Pigeon Forge, $325/
week. 386-752-0013. 7/5-26p
Marriott 5 star beach resort, 2 BR, 2 BA,
sleeps 8 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Available
11/9-16, $1500/week. Property is also
for sale. Call 571-4281 or 571-6620.
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l 799 S. 6th St., Ma
Reduced- Ten high and dry acres zoned for horses. Located 3 miles west of
Glen St. Mary off of US 90. Good road frontage. Modulate; manufactured and
conventional homes welcome Reduced to $100,000
Nice older MH completely renovated& new additions. 3 BR, 1I BA, FP, screen
& open porch, abv ground pool, privacy fence. Large storage buildings. .88 acre
comer lot. Reasonably priced at ,., .11 i 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.- $265,000. Reduced to $249,000
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
Amelia Island condo with ocean view. 3 BR, 2 BA with large corner bal-
cony, located on 2nd floor of Ocean Park Condominiums. 1675 SF living space
with nice floor plan. Elevator, pool, garage space and easy access to the beach.
This attractive unit is priced to sell at $659,700.
15 acres approximately 3 miles west of Glen St. Mary between
Highway 90 and Interstate 10 on Sweetgum Rd. Mobile homes or site built
homes welcome. Zoned for horses. Affordably priced at $119,000.
Good location near elementary school in Macclenny. Brand new
3 BR, 2 BA with 2 car garage. Double lavatories, garden tub and shower in
master bath. Trayed ceiling in master bedroom. Porch and utility room. Vinyl
siding with nice brick trim. Scheduled for coRmpletion in July Priced to sell at
$170,000
Jonathan Street in Macclenny. New home under construction. 3 BR, 2
BA with porch and 2 car garage. Completion expected in mid-July. Mast bath
equipped with double lavatories, corner garden tub and separate shower. Large
walk in closet and trayed ceiling in master suite. Brick trim with vinyl siding.
Priced to sell at $170,000
Horse/Cattle Ranch 87,95 acres of beautiful pasture. Fenced and cross
fenced. Panoramic view. Build your dream home on this exceptionally nice
acreage. Shown to qualified buyers by appointment only. Own this ranch land
for $1.3 million


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INVESTMENT MLS#1360088, $75,000; MLS11360062, $50,000;
MLS#360031, $50,000; MLS# 360050, $50,000 4 MB hms on '/2
acre lots in Sanderson, may be purchasing according to MLS or
as a whole, currently rented @ 2,150 monthly.
FLOURISH HERE MLS# 312559 5 acres, private shady lot,
partially cleared w/paved road frontage. Already split in two
parcels. $79,000
BEST DEAL IN TOWN MLS# 376772 Nice private 5 acres,
partially cleared, home or MB hm, you can have horses or cows
like Old McDonald! Call Rose today to make this your own.
$78,900
THIS HOME COMPLETES YOU! MLS# 368943 Have you met
Janet Mette? She is the realtor to KNOW & show you this 38R/
2BA, 1620 sq ft hm. Sit by the fireplace for only $140,000


A MUST SEE-MLS# 353752 Beautiful newer 2005 hm SUMMER BLOCKBUSTER MLS# 358159 Call to see all the
on .31 acres. The inside is immaculate with 4BR/2BA excitementinthis2BR/2BAmanufacturedhome.Enjoy.73 piece
and over 2000 sq ft. Move in ready! $238,987 of property which backs up to a spring fed pond. $175,000


2 BR, 2 BA ground floor condo, St.
Augustine, poolside, Incredible ocean
view, $1000 week. 505-0083, www.
johnsbeachcondo.com. 6/14-7/26p





1996 Homes of Merit doublewlde,.
28x70, 3BR, 2 BA, large kitchen, all
wood cabinets, laminate floors. Must
be moved. Asking $30,000. 904-275-
2925. 7/19-26p
2007 Entertainer, 32x80, 4 BR, 2 BA,
$71,000 includes delivery, setup, fire-
place, smooth top, built in microwave,
dishwasher, side-by-side w/ice maker,
upgraded carpet, TV, surround & more.'
Yarborough Mobile Homes 259-8028.
6/28-7/19c
Now is the time to buy. Reduced! All
2007 stock models sold for thousands
less. Call Yarborough Mobile Homes.
Locally owned & operated since 1998.
904-259,8028. 6/28-7/19c


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Sales Associates
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Andrew P. Smith Shannon Jackson


cclenny ** 259-6555
3 BR, 2 BA 1248 SF remodeled with personality
New hardy plank siding,:f ceramic tile. Located 1 mile
south of 1-10 on SR 121.
OWNER FINANCING- Investment opportunity! Restaurant building and
land across street frort, ....u ,, ,i ri,,: buJili:i,; i. ..I..I ,n. il, ,I:[i,1 ,i A .-, bah e-
cue restaurant. This i i .' I.. ,i- .n ,iin i i i n-,rr. .. ,uI. 1' H'' .y.
90). Near hospital, d.. .r .i :. 1 ,: .e ,,i .. i ,,, ,,...I I:,u.
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.
Estate 36.54 acres with 4 mile frontage on river. Estate sized home is 3200 SF
heated & cooled, 4 BR, 2A BA, fireplace, formal dining room, breakfast nook,
game room, office and many other amnenities.'To story good quality brick con-
struction. Screened porch, patio/cook area, screened hot tub. 55x60 concrete
barn and 30x60 hay barn. Fenced and cross fenced. Home is at the top of hill
with panoramic views. The nicest property in Baker County. Shown to qualified
buyers by appointment only. This estate can be yours for $1.5 million.
Home with detached Office/Beauty Shop Nice 3 BR, 2 BA 2 story
stucco home on 2 acres. 2336 +/- SF with former beauty shop building. Zoned
for two homes. Large stone fireplace, ceramic tile floors, paved driveway and
parking, above ground pool with pool house, chain link f carport and
detached garage. Nice for someone who needs a home with an office, beauty
shop, barber shop, etc. Affordably priced at $249,700. k-11 I,. .n r, with one
acre lot for $215,000.
NEW LISTING Brand new home, 1453 SF living space, 3 BR, 2 BA with 2 car
garage. Very attractive vinyl siding with brick trim, granite counter tops, ceramic
tile baths, double vanities with tub & shower in master bath, wood floors in
master suite and living room. Formal dining room and living room. Very nice
home for $189,000. Nice trees on city lot in Glen St. Mary.
NEW LISTING Brand new home, 1453 SF living space, 3 BR, 2 BA with 2
car garage. Very attractive hardy board with brick trim, granite counter tops,
ceramic tile baths, double vanities with tub & shower in master bath, wood
floors in master suite and living room. Formal dining & living room. Very nice
home for $189,000. Nice trees on city lot in Glen St. Mary.
NEW LISTING 2.08 acres with nice 3 BR, 2 BA 2144 SF.MH. Huge master
bath and large organized closet space, crown moulding, stone fireplace and
nice wood blinds, kitchen with island bar and pantry. Nice shaded lot with fence.
Entertainment deck with storage building, water softener system. Glen St. Mary.
Convenient to 1-10. Must see to appreciate. $179,900


k home with 1 car garage.


1395 Chaffee Road

South, Jacksonville

904.772.9800


COME OUT OF THE RAIN! MLS#380689 it's a perfect time
to view this charming 3BR/1.5BA w/formal Ivg/dng rm.
Janet Mette can't wait to MET you! $133,500
IT'S NO FAIRY TALE MLS#380635 Scott is pleased to
present to you this new listing on Tom Thumb Drive. Call
to see this block hmi, corner lot, 3BR/2BA, hrdwd firs &
additional paneled rm which can be used as your office.
$154,900
GET CLOSER TO THE CITY! MLS#380628 The team of
Allen & Myers is pleased to present this new listing. A 3/2
brick hm on corner lot, nice size Ivg/dng rm, master has 2
closets, 2 car carport w/utility rm. $165,000
HIGH & DRY W/TREES MLS# 380563 we would like to
introduce to you this new listing In Keystone Heights. Be the
new owner of 5 acres of unimproved real property, area in
process of new development-school, etc, $46,633


REDUCED! REDUCED REDUCED MLS# 380701
you're worth the rewards when you reap this well
maintained hm, 3BR/2BA, Irg open fir plan w/BR
upstairs & balcony. Sitting rm downstairs could be used
as 4"' BR. Enjoy approx. 1.5 acre lot today! $215,000
PERFECT FOR DEVELOPMENT- MLS#.336373 Victoria
is eager to show you the perfect spot in this corner
lot, .90 acre, vacant land in downtown Macclenny.
$125,000
BEAUTIFUL LAND MLS# 362238 Summer is a great
time to catch the savings in this 28.54 acres on paved
road frontage. Partially cleared for hm, horses & cows,
You can have more then one hm on property, zoned 1
hm per 7.5 acres. $595,000
YES, WE KNOW IT'S HOT! MLS# 378683 so is this
new listing. Call Diana to see this hm on 1 acre, corner
lot, 3BR/2BA, 2229 sq ft, hardwd firs, frpic, enormous
kit, granite counter tops, baker pantry, Palladian
windows and more! $278,900
SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE MLS# 333101 $15,000 below
appraisal! You JUST have to see this 3BR/2BA gorgeous
landscaped back yard and screened porch. Make new
memories in Baker today! $175,000
GRAB THAT BRASS RING TODAY! MLS# 346143
You deserve to own this 4BR/2BA brick hm. Desirable
neighborhood, immaculate condition, new privacy
fence w/storage building and covered extension. What
are you waiting for? $156,900
AUTOMATIC EQUITY MLS#376314 Raise' your
children in this hm on 1 acre of land, Irg fncd back yard
w/trampoline & swing set. 4BR/2BA a great hm. Chris
Romo is the listing agent of choice! $149,900
HIGH STANDARDS? MLS# 359232 If you do have
high standards call Wanda to see this 3BR/2BA, 2340
sq ft, all brick new construction on 1.1 acres, Brazilian
wood firs, garden tub, brick columns in Lanai & room
for pool & animals. $282,000
BEAUTIFUL 9.5 ACRES MLS# 370994 Road Is paved,
zoned agricultural, horses welcomed and you are too!
Call today to make this your new home. $145,000
RIVERFRONT FOR SALE MLS#372681 2.8 acres on
St. Mary's River in Baker Co., 1156 sq ft, granite counter
tops, large kitchen & living area tool Now's the time to
make a move! $199,000


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 19, 2007 Page 13



Land sales recorded in June


The following land trans-
actions were recorded in the
Baker County courthouse dur-
ing the month of June. Values
are derived from documenta-
ry stamps. Many descriptions
are by S(ection) T(ownship)
R(ange). If acreage or price are
not listed, none were indicated
in the documents.

Powless, Richard W to Nelson,
James Harley in Frank Combs Lot
14,, $10
Williams, Lisa Antionette to
Lavigne, Richard R in William
Knabb Add Lot 12 Bk C,, $76,000
Perret, Nathan to Perret, Nathan
E Trustee in 31-2S-21E,, $10
Beckum, William K Sr to Porter,
Rory in 4-3S-22E,, $10
Munson And Munson Builders
Inc to Munson, Fred W in Hunters
Ridge At Glen Plantation Lot 32,,
$13,919
Munson, Fred W to Yarborough,
Odis D in Hunters Ridge At Glen
Plantation Lot 32,, $50,000
Finley, Carol J to Finley,
Matthew Adolphus in Country Club
Est Unit 2 Lot 6 Bk 2,, $10
Rhoden, Rock to Knabb, Todd L
in 12-3S-21E,, $64,500
Caldwell, Chris to Chang, Jeng I
in S16-2S-21E,, $10


Ow-


Bridger, Cynthia to Chang, Jeng
I in S16-2S-21E,, $10
Chang, Jeng I to Grantham,
Stephen P in S16-2S-21E,, $120,000
Batten, Charles Russell to
Robertson, Terry R in Farms At
Cuyler Plat Book'3 Page 54-55 Lot
6 A,, $75,500
Country Times Construction Inc
to Burnsed, Jill W in Macclenny
Woods Pb-2 Pg-62 Tract 4 Block A,,
$290,817
Assi, John M to Childrens Health
Associates Of Macclenny Lie in 32-
2S-22E,, $10
Causey, Gracie Lou to The
Labeuna Farms Inc in Mount Holly
Sub Lot 33 Bk 73,, $10
Weathington, George D to
Whitfield, Errol in Town Of
Sanderson Lot 4 Bk 9,, $10
Stoutamire, Yvonne T to
Whitfield, Errol in Town Of
Sanderson Lot 4 Bk 9,, $10
Whitfield, Errol to Wasik, Kevin
in Town Of Sanderson Lot 4 Bk 9,,
$26,500
Haver, Kimberlee L to Mayers,
Kent J in 32-1S-21E,, $42,000
Denney, Virginia Rae to Denney,
Dennis Ray in Macclenny Acres Lot
34,,$1
Rhoden, Iva Dell to Rhoden,
Randall Sherman in 32-2S-22E,, $10
Rhoden, Randall Sherman to
Yarborough, James M in 32-2S-22E,,
$3,000


Morefield, Lori E to Morefield,
Joseph L in Timberland Est Lot 19
Bk 1,, $5,000
Macglen Inc to Lee And Baker
Properties Inc in 7-3S-22E,, $10
Lee And Baker Properties Inc
to Powers, Jessica in 7-3S-22E,,
$72,000
Jqhnson, Eric Paul Ii to Johnson,
Janna V in 25-2S-21E,, $0
Mccullough, Franklin S to
Mccullough, Franklin E in 3-3S-
21E,, $10
Dyal, Betty Fay to Manucy, John
Curtis in 8-1S-21E,, $35,000
Ball, Jimmie Lee to Williams,
Joseph in 30-2S-22E,, $330,000
Finley, Matthew Adolphus to
Johns, Auzzie in County Club Est
Unit 2 Lot 6 Bk 2,, $30,000
Spengler, Mark A to Spengler,
Mark A in Suburban Heights Lot 5
Bk 4,, $10
Fish, Patricia L to Zilch, Dennis
Alan in Family Oak Sub Lot 14,, $0
Zilch, Dennis Alan to Johns,
Charles N in Family Oak Sub Lot
14,, $55,000
Fish, Patricia L to Thompson,
Walter in Allen Lands Lot 1,, $10
Fish, Patricia L to Farmer,
Michael L in Allen Lands Lot 2,, $10
Thompson, Walter to Farmer,
Michael L in Allen Lands Lot 2,, $10
Farmer, Michael L to Pruett,
Shane F in Allen Lands Lot 1,,
$62,000
Prescott, Lisa to Harvey, Paul in
2-1S-20E,, $10
Prescott, Lisa to Harvey, David
in 2-1S-20E,, $10
Prescott, Lisa to Precott, Lisa in,
2-1S-20E,, $10
Smith, Malachi to Smith, Malachi
in 36-2S-20E,, $10
Conner, Virgel L to Conner,
Virgel L in 20-1S-21E,, $10
Norton, John C to Baker
Development Group Inc in Ridge
Est Lot 17-a,, $10
Baker Development Group Inc to
Pine Grove Dairy Inc in Ridge Est
Lot 17-a,, $53,000
Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida
to Taylor, John K in Cypress Pointe
Unit 1 Lot 28,, $222,650
Sands, Ralph to Sands, Freeman
K in 19-2S-22E,, $10
Crawford, David E to Crawford,
John E in 33-1S-21E,, $10
White, Jeremy to Hite, Jeremy in
6-3S-22E,, $10
Scott, Robert E to Hyers,.Billy E
in Yarborough Sportsman Park Lot
10,11 Sec F Bk C,, $3,500
Fletcher, James W to Florida


Green Partnership Llc in Town Of
Macclenny Lot 2,3 Bk 79,, $205,000
Crawford, Sadie Mae to
Crawford, Avery W in 32-2S-22E,,
$0
Crews, James M to Crews, James
M in 17-2S-21E,, $10
Seda Construction Company to
Hilson, Kassandra L in Sands Pointe
Sub Lot 8,, $165,000
Citi Mortgage Inc to Hodges,
Michelle in 2-3S-20E,, $60,000
Wilkerson, James W to Jesseman,
William Glen in 35-2S-21E,, $52,000
Padgett, Eli L to Sigers, Erin M in
36-2S-21E,, $105,000
Mette, Anita Marie to Showalter,
Robert in 32-ls-21e, $199,000
Woodington, William E to
Wilcox, Michael D in 30-2s-21e,
$53,782
Williams, Fern M to Schneider,
James E in 30-2s-22e, $349,000
Ward, Edward P to American
General Home Equity Inc in River
Country Est Lot 43,44, $10
American General Home Equity
Inc to Driskell, Tommy in River
Country Est Lot 43,44, $113,800
Rockeller, William C to Godbold,
Gene A in 5-ls-21e, $110,000
Sheffield, Sandra Syfrett to
Martin, Mary R in Yarborough
Sportsmans Park Lot 7 Section D
Bk A, $1,000
Griffis Bradshaw & Griffis LLC
to Harrison, Robert G in Pheasant
Run At Glen Plantation Lot 1,
$243,500
Drees Homes Of Florida Inc to
Swenson, Scott in Rolling Meadows
Lot 136, $279,947
Johns, Joann to Padgett, Brad E
in 36-2s-21e, $50,000
Mattox, James H to Mattox,
James in 27-2s-20e, $10
Markley, Allen Stephen to Fields,


Harold in Old Nursery Plantation
Lot 109, $349,000
Munson And Munson Builders
Inc to Munson, Fred W in Hunters
Ridge At Glen Plantation Lot 31,
$13,799
Munson, Fred W to Hodges,
Robert B in Hunters Ridge At Glen
Plantation Lot 31, $50,000
Gray, James G to Gray, James
G in Town Of Macclenny Lot 1 Bk
10, $0
Baggett, Yolanda Davis to
Baggett, Dennis W in 25-2s-20e, $10
Mildren, Vickie to Yarborough,
Tamara Arlene in Macclenny Ii Unit
Ii Lot 10 Bk B, $51,500
Lundquist, Evelyn A to
Lundquist, Evelyn A in 30-2s-22e, $0
Davis, Beatrice D to Davis,
Beatrice in 32-2s-22e, $0
Thrift, Jody to Dixon, Richard T
in 19-2s-22e, $210,500
Thacker, Carmen M to Nguyen,
Hoa An in 32-2s-21e, $120,000
Fish, lona to Painter, George W
Iii in 8-ls-21e, $10
Mccormick, Mary Estelle to
McCormick, Jonah Ellison in 36-3s-
20e, $10
Whisman, Fred A to Burnsed,


Donald Ray in 6-3s-22e, $24,000
Lovelands, LLC to Morris, Terry
in Finleyville Sub Lot 1, $35,000
International Paper Company to
Crews & Crews Enterprises Inc in
2=3s-21e, $281,000
Macclenny Church Of Christ
Inc to Rhoden, George Bryan in St
Marys Cove Add Lot 61, $10
Rhoden, George Bryan to
Holtom, Jason Stanley in St Marys
Cove Add Lot 64, $8,000
Harrison, Robert G to Alderman,
Lisa in Country Club Est Unit 1 Lot
19 Bk 2, $126,000
Cowart, Tony Delmar to Figgins,
Michael in Glenwood Unit 1 Lot 16,
$335,000
Munson And Munson Builders
Inc to Castle, Clint in Hunters Ridge
At Glen Plantation Lot 11, $264,500
Raulerson, Lyma F to Brassart,
Michael N in Riverview Acres Lot
2,3, $10
Payne, Larry L Sr to Payne,
Larry L Sr in 36-2s-21e, $0
Payne, Larry L Sr to Payne,
Larry L Sr in 36-2s-21e, $0
Davis, Faye to Lee & B'aker
Properties Inc in Deerwood Est Lot
28, $10


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WADE'S TRACTOR WORKS, INC.
Grading Mowing Culverts ,
Specializing in driveways
Slag or milling
259-3691
838-6500
2/1-7/26p
R&C VINYL SIDING
New homes ~ Remodels
Free estimates
904-838-6960
7/12-8/2p
FARM SERVICE
Feeding and Care. for
Horses, Livestock & Pets
At your home -
Whenever you need it!
6 Years experienced vet tech.
Anne Moshier
904-629-5954
7/19-8/9p
VINYL SIDING
Home Improvements
Siding windows doors more
Always low prices
Licensed & Insured
Call Bill @
259-1703 or 904-226-3764
7/12-19p
ANGEL AQUA, INC.
Water softeners Iron filters
City or well systems
Chlorine Removal
Sales Rentals Service Repairs
Salt delivery
Total water softeners supplies
797 S. 6th Street, Macclenny
259-6672
7/15tfc
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& INVITATIONS
See our catalogs at
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110 South 5th Street, Macclenny
259-3737


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Now serving Baker County
and surrounding areas
Specializing in siding; framing,
concrete & room additions
Licensed & Insured
Free estimates
904-651-5588
904-626-8657


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WELL DRILLING &
SEPTIC TANKS
Well drilling
Water softeners & iron filters
New septic systems
Drain field repairs
259-6934
We're your water experts
Celebrating our 31st year
in business.
Credit cards gladly accepted
Fully licensed & insured
Florida & Georgia
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CONTROL, INC.
.259-3808
All types of pest control
Call Eston, Shannon, Bryan
Bill or Philip
Beverly Monds, Owner
11/15tfc
SANDS TRUCKING & LAND
DEVELOPMENT, INC.
Fill dirt Millings ~ Slag
Land clearing ~ Fish ponds
Cultivating ~ Bush hog
Retotiller w/tractor
Roads built
Houses/buildings demo
Inground pools demo
904-445-8836 days
904-653-2493 evenings
6/29tfc


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CORPORATION
Roofing, Free estimates
259-8700
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New roofs Roof repairs
Roof replacement
Free estimates
259-7892
9/9tfc
SLAG DRIVEWAYS
Hauled & Spread
One day service
Free estimates
259-6118
6/28-7/19p
THE OFFICE MART
Oils, acrylics, watercolors,
canvases, drawing pads
& much more!
110 South Fifth Street
259-3737
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FLORIDA PRO AIR
A/C & Heating
Repair service & installation
Phillip Tanner
521-1363
7/5-8/2p
SMR IMPROVEMENTS, INC.
Commercial & residential
Design/build
Yours plans or our plans
George Bryan Rhoden
.259-9250
904-813-3091
259-5640 fax


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After-hours computer repair
Networking, training,
graphic design and writing
Call Cheryl
904-885-1237
9/16tfc


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Road construction
Clearing Excavation
Aggregate
Equipment Hauling
Culvert pipe
Driveway installation
904-275-4960
10/26tfc
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Since 1963
Residential and Commercial
Pest control
Lawn and Shrub care
Termite protection
Damage repair guarantees
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Sentricon Colony
Elimination System
259-8759
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We build in-ground pools
We sell and install
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Service Renovations Cleaning
Repairs Chemicals* Parts
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Engineered trusses for your new
Home Barn Shed Etc.
Free estimates
259-3300
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FILL DIRT
Culverts installed
259-2536
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5/1tfc


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Heating* Air Electrical service
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259-0893
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904-259-2255
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Tree removal Light hauling
Stump removal
We haul or buy junk cars and trucks
We sell horses
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Free estimates
24 hour service
Call Danny
1-904-222-5054
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259-2124
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Interior exterior
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Fully insured Locally owned
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259-5877
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WELL DRILLING
2" and 4" wells
Call Roger or Roger Dale
259-7531
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Culverts installed
275-2474
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334-6300
627-7730
7/5-9/27p
THE CLEANING LADY
Professional house cleaning service
for 15 years
Weekly, bi-weekly or monthly
Deep cleaning dusting
Spring & fall cleaning
Offices
"If you want the job done right,
call me"
Barbara Woodworth
904-838-0971
Some restrictions may apply
References available

First time cleaning special
$50.00
Expires 8/31/07

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'07 Silverado 2500HD
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