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Title: The Baker County press
Uniform Title: Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
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Publisher: Tate Powell
Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Publication Date: June 11, 2009
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THURSDAY


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS

80th Year, Vol. 8 Winner of 8 State awards for journalism excellence in 2008


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utusiness up in names

Fire marshal looking into cause of Monday fire
JOEL ADDING TC.O
NEWS EDITOR"
re officials
l able to id ,
cause of a
, 1 -t1 -t I

the mormng of June
Fire Chief Rich I I
said the 3052 sq

fully involved when I
shortly after being d I I


Mr. Dolan
and a dozen
other firefight
ers used more

extinguish the
flames in about
ormoreandsaidthestructurewasinsure Randy and Louann Crews of Glen S
three tanker trucks respondedatothecall n d soid the stuctre was insured Mary own both the property and the bus
No one was injured and the building was ding said the damage was too great to deter ness, which began -O years ago
unoccupied. Ms. Crews also couldn't say what cause
I I I II Ili II struction was so bad we could t conclusive I I
vestigating the charred remains about 6:00 ly say it was electncal or something elsehe room as well
am estimatedthe propertyloss at $250,000 said.Wedontknoanythingshesa


Library

extension

unaffected

by the rain
KELLEY LANNIGAN
FEATURES

Despite a 10-day ram delay
last month, construction of
the new addition to the Emily
Taber Public Library remains
largely on schedule and is ex
pected for completion in mid
to late August, said Dave Potts,
superintendent for BillCo Con-
struction.
Careful planning has gone
into the exterior designto match
the architectural style as closely
as possible to the onginal struc
ture erected as the county court
house in the early 19o00s.
The new ground floor ad-
dition will be accessible by
elevator and stairs from the
second story. It will give the h-
brary 2300 square feet of much
needed space and will contain
an area designed for children's
programming.
The current stage of con
struction is referred to as a


Pineview

makes the

cut by GM,

will remain

in operation

-for now

-See page 4


"rough shell," when the main
objective is getting the roof fin-
ished.
"Those ten days of rain last
month set us back some, but
as soon as the roof is done the
other work can proceedwith no
delays," said Mr. Potts.
Next comes installation of
the mechancal roughs, the in
ternal organs of the building

phase is complete, trimming
and finishing are next.
Late last week the crew was
busy installing metal platforms
over which the second story
concrete floor slabs will be laid.


Patrons standing at the circula
tion desk inside the librarywere
able tolookthroughwindows on
the back wall and see a shower

place.
Mr. Potts said the building
has little of everything -steel,
block, bnck and wood.

three days while a dust wall is
a waii i s

through" are made to connect
the present building with the
new structure.


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City puts limits


on 'off-site' sales,


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Mr. Potts says hehas enjoyed
his role as superintendent of
construction for the library ad-
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slashes local fees
JOEL ADDINGTON tailers from competition with
NEWS EDITOR out of town dealers, however;
reporter@bakercounyprecom local financing institutions
resisted the proposal because
TheMacclennyCityCommis- it restricted them to only one
sion moved ahead with hnmitmg temporary sale per year.
where temporarybusiness sales The board also approved on
can take place. It also included first reading discounting the
a less restrictive exception for permit fee for temporary sales
banks and credit unions that that use local retailers from
often use such sales to generate $300 to $25 per day, adding a
additional new section
loans for the BRIEFLY: to govern
purchase of mobile food
big ticket Financial institutions may carts and
merchandise specifying
like vehicles have two temporary sales definitions
and boats. for hawkers,
Though peryearwith vehicles and merchants,
co s hree for othe peddlers, so-
s Foner Floyd hreeforotheritems. Other licitors and
absent was locations can onlyhave one temporael
the June 9 suchsale eachyear. In other
regular meet- s business the
ing and the board:
measure still Adopted
needs approval on final read a fleet maintenance policy re
ing expected next month, the quired by the city's new liability
remaining four commission insurance carrier the Flonrida
ers voted unanimously to limit League of Cities
any location in the city to one Public Safety Director Buddy
temporary sale per year, except i i i
local banks and credit unions, i i
which would be restricted to switch.
two vehicle sales and three non ----- --
vehicle sales per year.
The change originally pro a summer camp program.
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$316K contract

Asphalt over EZ Base
JOEL ADDINGTON I NEWSEDITOR

The Baker County Commission awarded a contract valued at
roughly $316,000 to Jacksonville based APAC June 2 for the asphalt
paving of nine road segments spread throughout the county, about
3.8 miles in all.
The segments include portions of Ruben Crawford and James
Bntt roads north of Macclenny; Rufus Powers, Pierce and Burnsed
Crawford roads north of Glen St. Mary; Ruise Lane in Margaretta and

In 2007 the road department began applying an expenmental ma-
tenal called EZ-Base to these segments, an inexpensive alternative to
traditional lime rock made bythe Jacksonville Electnc Authonty from
recycled ash.


The solution came last week when an approximately $400oo,ooo000
See page 2,


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Asphalt paving con-


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reimbursement came from the

fered dunng last year's Tropical
Storm Fay.
About $92,ooo of that sum
was already dedicated to offset
the costfor a new front-endload-
er. But the remainder plus the
$150,000 in the budget would
complete the paving and leave
$152,oo000 unapproprated.
Commissioner Mark Hartly
recol 1 -- l--t
cash' i i
roughly $7 million in reserves to

are the most expensive to main
tam
However, others on the board
weren t enthusiastic about erod

we manage our money," warned
Commissioner Alex Robinson.

More funds on the horizon
County Manager Joe Cone
said more money for roads could
be forthcoming.
About $200,000 is expected
this month from DuPont for
county right of way given up
dunng a road realignment ben-
-ftt- t-- -- '-imng


After rains banketed the area
with a foot or more of precipita
tion in late May, states of emer-
gencywere declaredina number
of surrounding counties, but not
Baker County.
That led local officials to seek
the same declaration by the
state's emergency management
department, which would make
Baker County 1 11 for the
reimbursement i repair
expenses.
Mr. Cone said on May 28 and
29, a state assessment team sur-
veyed damage here and added
Baker County to the list of eli-
gible counties after determining
repair costs would top a $75,oo000
threshold.
The reimbursement could be
several hundred thousand dol-
lars, commented Commissioner
Mike Gnffis. "We're qualified, but

Road department director
Robert Fletcher also notified the
board about the need for new
sources of dirt for use in repairs
and preparatory work prior to




Corrections,

clarification
Last week's edition of The
Press misdentified thepresumed
ownerof a group of nssance dogs
on College Street as DavidValen
tine. Mr. Valentine does not own
the dogs and did not agree to pay
for damage caused by them. City
ammal control has addressed a
warning letter to Jessica Rchen-

Also, the article on the Real-
ity Check First Coast planning
exercise held May 21 reported m
error expected increases in pop-
ulation (3.5%) and jobs (2.5%)

resent how much of the expected
regional increase (650,oo000 new
jobs and 5 million new people)
was envisioned for Baker County.
The general vision that emerged
from the exercise was to plan for
52,000 more people (3.5 percent
of the total expected across the
region) and 16,oo000 newjobs (2.5
percent of the regional increase).
abos i,
threatening a county employee
contained an error as well. Mr.
Slattery did not call the county,
rather an administrator called
him when the alleged threat oc
curred. Also, Mr. Slattery saidthe
reason he borrowed $175,000
against his house was not to pay
for his property on Crews Road
as the article stated.
The May 7 edition of The
Baker County Press reported in
error that Commissioner Michael
Crews didn't return voice madil
messages requesting comment.
Mr. Crews didn't receive the mes-
sages, he said because his phone

vided updated phone and pager
numbers for futureuse.


term." C Resurfacing i- to the Duval
Countyline.
State's five-year road plan Replacement of the Greens
Creek bridge on CR 229 and
Before approving the APAC the Cedar Creek bridge north of
bid, commissioners analyzed Sanderson onCR 127.
a list of Flonrida Department of
i ii I I FDOT's list already includes
ditional priority projects at the 12 projects, though all are con-
request of FDOT as part its an- tingent on the availability of
nual five year plan revision. funding.
The board requested the fol- Mr. Fletcher said federal
lowing projects be added to the stimulus funds are expected next
list: month for resurfacing on CR 125
A connector sidewalk in north of Glen St. Mary and that
Jonesville from Tony Givens Mud Lake Roadisinpoor condi
Road to Five Churches Road and ton too.
SI II I I I, "It's i ft
shape,"
Resurfacing of SR 228 south
of I-so to the Duval County line.


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Newjail is 'big business' A porch bombardment


Big payoff if revenue model works
had a logical, If flawed, reasonto "cnmunal."

IMPRESSIONS skirt the law; they're looking fr We can't worry about that
IM RESSION newlikelyvoters. now; we're in business big
The Republicans? Your guess business-housing thesepeople,
Jim M Galey ------ and it's best to remain optimistic
i i a ,1 i that this endeavor will translate
if you have the time later thi nessness plan at the newja go down into a very generous revenue
week, tour the new countyjail, inflames because of an easing of stream in years to come.
known forevermore as the Baker Good luck to us all
immigration laws, including but
not limited to the definition of
ing of federal prison is big hey_.. .-
business, whether they're illegal .
immigrants held for deportation .
hearings or criminal trials, or
federal marshal detainees. "
And, from next month for- '-I
ward, Baker Coentyis terd to that .
industry fe hebtte cor worse.
ct for the organizthed flow and
housing of ran ient mates
excue the poehtcal incorrect
ness probably mnch mere ac
commdatEnmg than they have at
home in their native countries.
Certainly better than being injaild
in, ay Mexeceor the Domincan
Republic.
The digs for sheriff's depart-
ment employees the local guys -
and gals are considerably up-

hmnself well, they're a bit opu-
lent for a public serant.
On the other hand,f the sher- .
Iffpulls this off keeping the 512
beds fill or nearly fillyear round
withont a written contract from
the federal Immigration and
Customs Enforcement agency
- it wfll be a financial coup of the
first order.
The business plan anticipates
$8o fees per day per prisoner.
That translates in a best case sce
nano to $1.95 milhon and change
11 1 1 i I


Even if the facility operates
at less than capacity or at daily
revenues less than anticipated, it
stands a good chance to make big
money. The bonded indebted-
ness could be paid off early, and
future revenues flow to county
government.
If it doesn't work that way,
wef, we're all on the hook and
voters will take out their frustra
tion on elected officials. I don't
l-l tl--t' t- ii

hlyng room is the Obama admin-
istration. This is just me talkm,
but I have virtually no faith so far
in its ability to make the correct
decision m matters like, well, nm-
-1 nuld I say "il-
II I I much about
It because the number of people
sneaking in this county illegally
has dropped due to the dearth
of jobs. But it'll pick back up,
and the odds that Washington
wcll find an easier way out than
enforcing existing laws are quite
high.
the odds are higher now than
they were with the Bush admin-
istration, which tried unsueccess
fullyto pull a fast one over on the
public. At least the Democrats


They're


smarter


than him


MY SIDE OF

THE MATTER
ROBERT GERARD
I'm stuck in my house, sort of.
This is my first week home for
vacation since school let out. Last
week I was in Naples for teacher


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Opting for a 'weightless' wedding


THE BACK

PORCH
Kelley Lannigan
On June 20, a New York cou-
ple will be flying out of the Ken-
nedy Space Center in Florida to



The aisle for these two will be
the padded intenor of a reduced
gravity aircraft, similar to the
t Bto train astronauts.
S ill be exchanged
during 30 second windows of
weightlessness created as the
aircraft performs repeated para
bolic flight maneuvers to achieve
zero gryanty.


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According to their Web site,
(thereis a Web site for everything
m the world it seems) the couple
have been planning the event for
the past year. Go to zerogravity
weddming.comn ifyou want toknow
more.
The bride will even be wear-
ing the latest in cosmc -inspired

Matsu In 20oo6 Matsui presided
over the Hyper Space Couture
Contest conducted in conjunc-
tion with JAXA, the Japanese
Aerospace Exploration Agency
and the Oklahoma space tounsm
company Rocketplane, Ltd.
Matsui's anti-zero grav-
ity gowcns incorporate inflatakle
folds and tiers. Even the veils are

upper reaches of the atmosphere,
the last thing she needs to worry
about is her skirt flapping ran-
domly up around her head while

Yes, there are supposed to be
guests and a videographer to re-
cord the blessed event for oster-









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ity. I've actually seen earthbound
bride's maids knock each other to
the floor trying catch the bouquet,

toss. That ought to be a sight.
There is one drawback to this
little stratospheric soiree. The
free fall maneuvers that create
zero-G are notonous for induc-
ing air sickness, especially in
those who aren't conditioned to

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comets."
Under the circumstances, it

The Web site makes no men
ion of a romanhc travel es h
nation after the vows. However,

inclusive get- away might be a bit
pedestrian for these two lunar
lovebirds.
Lucky for them, they can easi-
lycontinuetheir extreme-a phile
wedding celebration by driving
on to Key Largo and scuba diving


to deflateher gown or she'll never


make it to the honeymoon.
Newlyweds who stay at the
- t t- to a wedding
SI I fi" dives down
to prepare and serve caviar ap
petizers, lobster or steak, hearts
of palm salad and dessert.
Oh, I forgot to mention the
wedding rings. The couple found
an artist, Chris Ploof, who fash-
ions jewelry out of meteorites.
Their rings are said to be made
from a meteonte that is 30 or 40
milhon years old. It should go
well with the bnde's 5th Century
f - I 1 I I 1

antiquities dealer.
One thing is for sure. This guy
definitely did not go to Jared.


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FIEST I 'll PEON F

O1l1l I All 0 "Oil


- cl cc-t c
ny
House.


sit on my porch and listen to the
' 1 -i 1 1 1 1

the house.
I'm not a bird watcher or any
thing like that and, other than
a mockingbird or a blue jay I
couldn't recognize one bird from
another. But I ike to listen to
them.
I tried that this morning.

went out on the porch. I settled
in to my favorite chair, stroked
the front porch cat on the head
and opened my book.
High above me an air early
warning mosquito located me on
radar. I must have looked the size
of an aircraft earner to him.
"Bravo squadron, ths is s nife,
be advised that we have bogey in
sector twelve. Repeat, bogey in
sector twelve. Scramble, scram
ble, scramble."
inbushes all arundmyporclh,
mosquito pilots strapped on their
goggles, sharpened their knife
i i i, 11 I
leader, please advise current lo-
S this is
Knife. It's a big one and it ap
pears dead in the water. Be ad-
vised a smaller feline is also in
the air. Adnise you ignore feline
and head directly to the main

fonn up on me ma Flying V. Tar-

It was like watching Tora, Tora,
Tora, that epic war movie about
the attack on Pearl Harbor. Wave
on wave of mosquitoes dove at
me. At first I swatted at a few and

leader. We're taking some hits
here. Defense is formidable "
"Copy, Blue leader. Gold
squadron, assist Blue squadron."
"I'm hit. I'm hit. I'm going
down."
"Ouch," I yelped and swatted.
Direct hit on the ankle. Fol-
low that up with a strike under
the left knee. Good work, Gold
squadron."
Swat!
"Red leader, this is Gold. Gold
leader is gone He's gone. It was
awful."
"Hang in there, Gold. Regroup
and go for the neck."
"Roger that."
I reached down for a can of
Off and sprayed it liberally on the
back of my neck and feet.
"Bravo squadron, this is K ife
Gas, Gas, Gas!!"
"Bravo squadron, this is Red
leader. He's putting up a force
field. Regroup at point Y."
I flew right through it,
Red leader I can't see. I can't
1111 "
'Can
you see him?"
"Red leader, this is Knife. He
flew right at the feline and was
swatted out of the air."
"What will I tell his wife and
kids? Fall back, fall back."
"Red leader, suggest you at-
tack the left ankle and the right
ear. He missed a couple of
spots."
"Roger, Knife. Tallyho!!"
I swatted and swiped and
sprayed.
"Be advised that a flight of
heavy bombers is in route. ETA
20 seconds."
"OWWWW!! Yellow flies.
That's it." It's absolutely no use.
As much as I wanted to listen to
the birdies and dnnk mycoffee in
peace, I am being drven inside.
"He's retreating."
"Roger. Return to base Bravo
squadron."
I hate mosquitoes. I'm alsobe
ginnngto suspect they are much
smarter than I.


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Minor injury in crash with CoA van...
The driver of this 2005 Buick SUV was taken to Fraser Hospital with minor injuries the morning of June 8 after it
overturned on Lowder St. in west Macclenny while attempting to pass a Council on Aging van that was turning
east onto Baker Bus Dr. Trooper H.J. Chichoski of the Florida Highway Patrol (shown here with Randy Higginbo-
tham of Glen St. Mary as he prepared to tow the vehicle) said Linda M. Daniels, 47, was southbound about 8:00
when she attempted to pass the van driven by Debra M. Malone, 55, of Bryceville and another vehicle. The Buick
and van collided, sending the SUV into a nearby ditch and back onto the pavement where it came to rest. Ms.
Malone was not injured, and Ms. Daniels was charged with a seat belt violation.


Pineview safe so far


Pineview Chevrolet has made
the cut, at least so far.
The Macelenny dealership
was not one of the 1124 notified
last month that General Motors
wouldn't be renewing their fran-
-1 - - t- -ft --


a viable dealership. This dealer-

However, General Motors has
plans to shutter another 12oo00-
1500oo dealerships to reduce its
network to 3500-3800 store-
fronts nationwide by the end of
2olo, said GM CEO Fritz Hen-
derson m Senate testimony June
3.
The auto manufacturer last
week entered Chapter II bank-
ruptcyproceedings to restructure
its operations.
General Motors hopes to
emerge as a leaner, stronger
and more viable company, said
GM's sales chief Mark LaNeve in
a video posted on www.gmrein-
ventioncom.


.A abIe dealership ... Ii e ere
for a longtime after I'm gone, 'says
"Over time, we will have less
dealers," he said. "But up front,
your local GM dealer should
be open for business, ready to


every customer know, probably
several times, so we can have an


1 1 i "
Being a rural dealership and
the only new car retailer in Baker

"We also carefully considered
our dealer t 1
rural areas,
We wantedto make sure that we
maintained the strong compete
tive advantage we have in rural
areas in some cases, and on

The restructuring agreement
means the federal government
takes a 60 percent ownership
share in GM, once the stalwart
of Almenrican car manufacturers.
GM, along with Ford and Chrys
ler, which is also in bankruptcy,
have been beset the past decade
by declining sales and stiff com-
petition by foreign manufacture
ers that can deliver cars and
trucks to the domestic market at
lower prices.
The foreign based companies
are less burdened by union wag-
es, benefits and work rules.


Lawsuit must precede

lien filing on Hanson


JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR

The Baker County Commis-
sion directed its attorney last
week to file a lawsuit against
Hanson Roof Tile as a means of
placing a $300oo,ooo lien against
the company's Sanderson plant.
Thehlienwas soughtlast month
in response to the Texas-based
building materials manufacturer
violating its contract with the

an inducement to locate in Baker

I have to file suit," explained the
board's counsel Terry Brown
,' -- ^ - -- .-,- -,,i i i_ --

He saidthat becausethe lien is
not for unpaid taxes or code en-
forcement fines, the suits neces
sary and will not be challenged
by Hanson's attorneys.
Hanson President Rick Chat-
ellier confirmed that for commis
sioners.

uncontested," he said. "t doesn't


Mr. Chatellier said the com-
panyhasthreelevels of attorneys
and the decision not to contest
the suit still needs approval from
the last level.
"We intend to be a business
I- i-ft I I I-
Hanson has invested $39 million
at the Sanderson site.
"We built a state of the art


facility and we'd love to turn it
back on, hire 70 people and turn
a profit," said Mr. Chatellier.
Hanson's contract requires
that it maintain at least 30 full-
time employees at the plant. It

workers.
Darryl Register, chief officer of
the Baker County Development
Commission and Chamber of
Commerce, reported last month
additional cuts broughtthe num
ber of workers down to only two.
The plant, located in the En-
terprise West industrial park,
has ceased production and now
serves solely as a storage and dis
trbution facility.


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BAKER COUNTY FAIR
LIVESTOCK WEIGH-INS
The Baker County Fair Youth Steer initial weigh-in and
Prospect Steer Show for local steer exhibitors will be
Saturday, June 20 at 6:00 pm at the fairgrounds.
The Baker County Fair Youth Swine initial weigh-in
will be Sunday, June 28 at 6:00 pm at the fairgrounds.


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Junk vehicles triggering fines
JOELADDINGTON r ingnotation
NEWS EDITOR L eien luanil W'lihe Gnffiswill have 3o0 days to repair
reporter@bakecountypess corn or replace a fence and remove refuse from his
3r JSanderson property at 13832 Bay St. orfacea
A property north of Macclenny used to u m m onepls $15.perdaynaly theolrateons
store abandoned vehicles from a local me 13rd sum m ons 1
chanimc's shop in violation of county codes d I
has racked about $5ooo in code enforcement to oard $25perdayforupto18o daystomduce Kevin
fines in the lastfive years, and more are kely Manley to correct an excessive refuse viola-
Bob y n rkland'slot at 6309 Bob nrk day the violation persists for a maximum of tlon at his north Sanderson property on Anme
land R y contains about 20at such vehBobes tht Kirk 18o days. pMae Paige Rd. Building Inspector Bobby Gnf-
land Rd contansases found to be i volaton by the fin said the lot contained four unregistered
', '' board are also subject to an $85 admstra vehles and household debnrs.
o' a i Ic'I 5 The board gave Clarence and Syretha
But they've been there for more than a ve fe case s Taylor 30 days to clean up refuse at their
another cases:
heyoungerMr.K rklandappearedbefore heboardgave the brother ofLomseWi accennyproperty 8869 Be R r
1ra r 1 11 1 Heorface fines of $10 and $15 perodayfor
the Code Enforcement Board in April 20oo8 a maximum of 180 days until the violation is
on his father's behalf for the same violation, maIu'f"ody ut h oaini
nhe edged to work towards gaining ties to before facing a one time fine of $5o0 and $10 corr deration of vehicle and refuse ted.
the vehicles and sell them for scrap. per day until in complance, fr up t l 8o nations at 8400 Brown Rd. in Macclenny and
"You get a little about $100 a car," he owned by the late Glendel Shedd were post-
-11tl-------- --- ---a i -I- II II i i poned until next month. The property is i
have the ties tr nsferred I i probate.
have the titles transferred Consderation of an additional violationfor Violations for the presence of a donkey
When asked how long that would take, onadoneanaandother ammalsatFredSanford'sMacclen-
he responded, "Maybe a couple of months, asecondabandonedandunsafemobilehome
maybelonger." on the property was postponed until next
Theboardgavehimio days. month s code enforcement meeting. the Baker County Commi for 1pecia
f the violationisn't correctedbyJune18, Mr Wiliamssaids sisterhopedtorepair exception to permit the asson for a spe t
e our-membodyvotber quorum of thimpoe seven mea $m- determine if a third mobile home s on the That request is set tobeheard June 15.
fine plus another $2o perdaypenaltyfor each same parcel and whether it constitutes a zon


Tax sale bidders, interest yields up
JOELADDINGTON brought. "There was a lot more
....... c .c p itn I '. ..... r. two Boost in delinquent tax sales
years to collect on the debt,
however. Each yearon June 1 the tax collectors office auctions off delinquent
P ~1h" ]-i bl "iht The interest rates increase propertytax certificates to third parties willingto paythe backtaxes
-'- '" about one percent a month now and accept the lowest interest rate on repayment of the tax
valued at close to a million until the bid amount is debt. Property owners have three years to paythe taxes plus inter
dollars during the annual tax 1 , i ,.. est, after which their land can be auctioned in a court ordered sale
collectors office auction held to satisfythetax certificate
June 1, the deadline for pay- cent return regardless of how
ingpropertytaxes. soon the taxes are paid. 2008 2009
It's our first time doing If they aren't paid after
the sale when we didn t have three years, certificate hold- $807,215 Value of unpaid taxes $981,345
to write anything off to the ers can pursue for up to four jumped 22 percent.
county, explained Barbara more years a court-ordered
Yarbrough of the tax office, sale of the property to the 941 Number of properties with 998
..; highest bidder to satisfy the delinquent taxes rose 6 percent.
lg certificate.
Any unsold certificates are Owners are given many no-
usually held by the county tifications and opportunities 11% Average interest rate 15%
until the back taxes are paid on tax certificates
and serve as liens against the ,,, .., i increased 4%.
property. Yarbrough said.
Property owners who don t
payup within three years with
interest as high as 18 per-
cent in some cases run the
risk of having their parcels
sold on the courthouse steps
to the highest bidder.
The results of this year's

"., the
..... .. ... bid-
ders hoping to profit from the
lapse.
The number of delin-
quent parcels increased by
six percent over last year and
the amount of unpaid taxes
rose by about 22 percent to
$981,345.


Cornerstone shopping center -
on South 6th Street.
Auctioning off tax certifi-
cates to third parties willing
to cover the taxes and accept
the lowest interest rate on
repayment of the debt helps
the tax collector ensure timely
payment of almost all taxes.
Properties with less than $1oo

Another change this year

auction.
Tax Collector Gene Harvey

percent above last year's aver-
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Night of dancing
Do you like to dance and be
with other people who do?
Join us on June 13 at the
Baker County fairgrounds from
7:00oo pm-midnight to beach bop,
swing, ine dance, two step and
slow dance.
Music is by Steve Branch and
there is an $8 admission fee that
includes refreshments. All pro
ceeds are donated to local chan-
ties.


Nelson rep here
A representative from
the Jacksonville office of US
Senator Bill Nelson will be
at Maeclenny City Hall on
Wednesday, June 17 from
10:30 am-noon. Constituents
are urged to take note if they
have questions or comments
about matters dealing with
the federal government.


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Two men, juvenile are


arrested for burglaries

Police arrested two menfrom the Glen St Mary area andcharged them
with a pair of recent home burglaries, one in Macclenny and the other m
Sanderson at the home of one of the suspect's brothers.

thenr way into the residence of Joanne Smith on E. Jonathan St. in Mac-
clennyonMay18.

Thepairuseda kninfeto enter the front door of the residence of Michael

Police believe theyentered the house once again, and are likely respond
siblefor a burglary at the nearby residence of TIaanza Daniels. They are
not charged mthe latter incident, however.

he I i i
ing.
The report by Investigator David Morgan also notes that suspect Mr.

of Danny Lamb the afternoon of May 20. The address is two blocks from
that of Mrs. Smith.
A cnmmal complaint for trespass and loitering was filed against the
three after police learned they were lying about knowing the property
owner.
In another arrest, Rodenrick Roberts, 23, of Macclennywas jailed on a


Bar manager harassment charge

,,i II I ,, i1 ,1 T 1 1 1 1t onahcensewfithadozenearhlier
I I I i ,i, I suspensions. He was listed as an
Interstate 10 was arrested earlyon _- I1 i i i ii habitual offender and arrested as
June7fordisorderlyconductafter i i I 11 I such.
she harassed the wife of the club's Claude Hurley and Sgt. Dyal after Blvd.
DJ at a residence on the same an earlier disturbance. Both were Deputy TonyNormanmadethe
property, charged with resisting without arrest after Mr. Tyson attempted Custom Printing
Sharon Soper, 46, had been violence. todnve awayfrom the area Stationery
escortedfromthebarbeforenmd i Mikell Lucas, 49, of Mac-
night after police were called to i i i clennywasobserved swermgbe- Invoices
thescene becauseshewascausing pass order at a residence on South tween the westbound lanes of US Business Cards
a disturbance by throwing beer 3rd St. where he once resided. He 90 near Wildcat Dr. m Glen just Envelopes
bottles at patrons and remove was there when police arnved on Invitations
mg her clothing. Deputy Tracie a disturbance call theafternoon of Invitation
Benton noted Ms. Soper was m June 3. Mr. Lucas passed field sobnety THE OFCE MAR
toxcated, slurnng her words and Travis Tyson, 31, of Glen St testing on the roadside after he FICE
cursing when escorted outside for Mary was arrested after 2:oo am was pulled over, but was driving 110 South Fifth St. 259-3737
questioning. It was determined
she could not perform her duties
and Sgt Thomas Dyal closed the
lounge downifor the night.
Shortly after, police were back
on the property again when Ms.
Soper went totheresidenceofCarl
and Lauren Whopple and began
banging on doors andwindows. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
About the same tmune, two pa IN THE IRUIT COURT FOR IN THE IRUIT COURTOF THE EIGHT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY FLORIDA
Aou BAKER COUNTY FLORIDA CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
trons of Mac's Liquors in down- CASE NO 02 2009 DR 072 case 02 2008 CA 0162 CASE NO 02-2009 CP 0017
town Macclenny were arrested DIVISION Judge Rlser IN RE ESTATEOF
after theyfailedtoleavetheprop KMBERLYD THOMAS CLARDY TONYH CANADAYand RITAN CANAD RUBY RA
erty foll l by petitioner D as
police, ad De e I


Alcohol figured into a trio


of domestic cases last week


Alcohol use was reportedlyin-
volved inthree separate domestic
disputes this past week that end-
ed with either battery or assault
charges against male suspects.
Garry T 1 --
Macclenny I ,
for battery after allegedlypunch-
ing his wife in the forehead about










a lump.
Ms. Rosamonda also showed
Deputy Peterson considerable

ous three days, including broken
windows and overturned or bro-
ken furniture.
When questioned about stnk-

Peterson said.
Dianny Harrell's live in girl
friend reported that he came
home intoxicated about 5:45 the

S. George Taber Blvd. residence
in Glen St. Mary.
The girlfend, TraceyMurphy,
41, said Mr. Harrell, 25, spit and
slapped her in the face, grabbed
her by the arms and threw her to
the ground, according to Deputy
Tony Norman's report. He also
said he observed bruises to Ms.
Murphy's arms consistent with
her statements.
Mr. Harrell had fled the resi
dence on foot pror to the offi
cer's arnval and a misdemeanor


him.


meaner assault after allegedly


S iii'1 ,1 a physical altercation at the
S1i i 1, i i Amoco station at 6th Street and
of June 3. Macclenny Avenue for disorderly
When Deputy Patrick Me- conduct June 4
Gauley arrived the following ThomasMedlock, 42, of Rain-
Si i N. 6th tree Dnve in Macclenny said he
i iI1 i aid the confronted two other males in
suspect smelled of alcohol and the gas station's parking lot for
slurred his speech. Arlie Combs intentionally driving into his
Sr., the suspect's father, advised vehicle's path.
his son had been drinking since Mr. Medlock said he was
the previous day, hadbeen asked defending himself after James
to leave several times for causing Skelton, 26, of Wheeler Drive
problems, in Macclenny and Russell Wies-
His wife also stated that at one meyer, 21, of Sanderson became
point, the suspect said, "If you combative.
S ii Mr. WelsmeyersaiditwasMr.
i 1 i Medlock who attacked Mr. Skel-
, i ton and that he got involved to
I11 1 1 1 break up the altercation.
to the address the previous eve Three witnesses to the inci-
mng about 5:30 as well. dent provided the deputy with
Deputy McGauley also ar statements as well.
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BCH S classrooms hit Felon charged with store heists

Janitor reports suspicious vehicle The sheriffs department as pect'sresidence on Joan St. and has a another cloth over hi
expected has charged a convicted A prison canine trackmng team right hand, ostensibly to avoi


The shernffs department is looking into thefts
and vandafrm at several classrooms at Baker Coun
ty High School in the late hours of June I or early the
next morning
It appeared the intruder or intruders had key
access to five classrooms that night, and laptops
belonging toteachers Knstal Stacer and Donna Gur-
gumious were missmg. They are worth about $1ooo
each.
Teachers returning the next mormng for one of
i- 1 --+ -- a t o i +-i1
age in the classrooms of Cecil Wdilkerson and Faith
Fly. In the former's auto body shop, an unsuccessful
attempt was made to enter a cabinet with valuable
tools.
Night custodian Alberto Hawthorne told campus
deputy Tracie Benton he noticed a late model Jeep

white male was at the wheel.
School officials cross checked enrollment and
found a tno of students who had classes with the
teachers involved. Theywere to be questioned.


In other cases, Teresa Vaughn, 47, of Macclenny
firstdeniedthen admitted she was the person caught
on surveillance tape taking a $30 lamp from Fraser
Memorial Hospital the afternoon of June 2. She was

vid Pembleton, 26, of Macclennytook several items
connected with tattooing from Michael Prevatt on
Tall Pine Rd. between June 2 4.
Deputy Jeff Dawson said he interviewed the ac-
cused this residence on 8th St., and Mr. Pembleton
said hetook the property valued at $260 because he
was fhrshing a tattoo on a female feiiend.

just practicing.
The complamt is for unlawful tattooing andpetty
theft.
Karen Rhoden of Macclenny told police her
credit card was usedtomake unauthonzed purchas-
es from two perfume shops,one in Rhode island,
and other Internet buys. She reported the fraud on
June 2.


Alleged fraud against a lawyer
S --- 1 -- 1-- ber of office clerk roles m March in the Mercantile account. The
S i of this year. She fired him May ll remaining transfers were in the
clenny couple for defrauding a after learning of the alleged fraud form of credits into Ms. Rafuse's
Neptune Beach lawyer of $1382 that transferred $1142 in bogus credit card account.
using her credit cardterminal and refunds from credit accounts and Ms. Rogers' affidavit also ac-
by diverting checks written by two two chent checks worth $24o. causes Mr. Rafuse of violating the
ofher cents. The money was transferred law agamst non lawyers dispens-
The victim is --- P nto an account at Mercantile mg legal advice, ofsigning her up
who maintains i, I i Bank the nameofMr. Rafuse's 1 1
conflict offices in bofth Macclenny i i I i i
and Jacksonville. The principal i ii I system valued at $3200. Those
suspect in the bizarre chain of offSR228. alleged acts occurred in Duval
events is Glen Rafuse, 21, whowas Sheriffs investigator David County.
assigned bythe court to perform Morgan said Mr. Rafuse admitted The state attorney's office in
1 the allegations dunng a video- Baker County will make determi-
ii tapedmtervewonJune2. Hesaid nations on charging the Rafuse
According to a lengthy affidavit he urged Lenee Purdy, a client of couple with grand theft, forgery
filedbythe attorneys part of the Ms. Rogers, to leave the payee andpassinmgforgedmstruments.
case record, she said Mr. Rafuse line blank on checks for $100oo and
began working for her in a num- $140, then he deposited them

Pays for copper to avoid 'trouble'

A federal probationer denied named a possible suspect who on June and named as suspects
stealing a roll of copper wire from had been at the residence. .r_ frm r _, _n
aconstructionsitebetween June Prescription medicines 'i immediately
1 3,but endeduppaymgforiton Xanax and Demerol were re- reported missing after what ap-
the condition that the victim not ported taken from the residence peared to be an attempted bur-
pursuecnminal charges. ofMaryColeoffNorth Lowderin glary at the home of Heather
Robert Musereportedthe wre Macclenny on or about May 22. 'i i
missing from a project off Canal She reported the theft to police
Rd. southeast of Macclenny, and
a matness reported seeing Timo-
thyBurnsed, 38, ofMacclennyon
the property on June l, about the
time Mr. Muse said it went miss-
cog.
According to Deputy Jerald aP
Peterson, Mr Burnsed said he FA.o.0.liers
was on federal probation and m


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felon cwth the twin armed rob
benes of convenience stores in
Macclenny on two Sunday morn-
rings in early and late May.


investigator said the key link to
his alleged nrofvement was the
dating code on a pack of Newport

on US 9g on May 31.
Mr. Thomas told officers the
morning of May 31 he purchased
the cigarettes at a Shell station
store in Lawtey. Investigator
Randy Crews noted in his report
that coding on Newports in four
stores in that area did not match
that on thepackfound at the sus-


followed a scent that morning
west from the Kangaroo across
from the county courthouse to
near Mr. Thomas' address, where
he gave permissionforthe house
search.
The suspect was also imph-
cated strongly by his close re-
semblance to the gunman in the
two robberies. Video surveillance
images depict a black male of his
size entering both stores about
7:00 on May Io at the Quick N
Handy on North 6th and at the
Kangaroo the last day of the
month.
The bandit brandishes a black
semi automatic pistol and his
head is covered with a cloth. He
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Shoplifting for cash
AJacksonville man caught shophfting $583 worth ofDVDs from the
MacclencyWafmart onJune 2 saidhe was outof work andplanmng to
turn them Into cash.
Charles Brugh, 46, was observed by a store security worker stashing
the disc movies into a purse that evening about 8:oo. Deputy Chris

authorities from there picked him up.
The local charge against him is a third-degree felonybecause of the
value of the DVDs.
In another shophffting case, Courtney Waston, 18, of Jacksonville
was charged with misdemeanor theft after she attempted to leave
Wafmart the afternoon of September 2 wcth several items that were
not identified m Deputy Walker's report.
Ms. Waston denied the accusation but was arrested after merchan-
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are similar.
The take from Quick N Handy
was estimated at $250; from
Kangaroo $172 plus the ciga-
rettes.
Mr. Thomas, whose address is
listedinRaiford, FL, was released

for robbing the Amoco station in
dorotoro Macclennyr 2002.


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School retirees polish


image as'rock hounds'

They're immersed in 'lapidary' art
KELLEYLANNIGAN been wanting totakeourhobbytoan
FEATURES otherlevelso he decided to learn tobe
fetues@bakecounypess co a stone cutter too.
Don and Sharon Boyett are self styled rock i i i
hounds. For the past 20 years, the couple, who live ton. When the rock cutter at the camp
off Woodlawn Road, have been collecting rocks learned of his interest, he offered to
Both are retired from the school district and spend teach him Mr. Boyett enthusiasm
some of their leisure time cutting and polishing tically agreed.
The machine
I iIIi ,i used to cut and
polish rocks is
called a Face
tron. It has a
The Boyetts frequentlyvisit North Carolih rotating wheel

i ,i iii where
Eventually, they became friends with a tingis doneintwostages and
stone cutter who sometimes visited the the third stage polishes the
i nstrate his art finished gemstone Because
a at hasgemstones are scetible d
i w iI mstne she to high temperatures a
wanted cut in a checkerboard thin streanl of water continually flows
pTattern anilth guytold me if .I ..ovr the wheel to decrease he caus. d
by friction When polishing a geml
tn cut nt pn c d fcdstonen a special plastB c called Blue
Boyett, a former BCHS '.Lap embedded with ceriuml oxide
teacher and football t\ achieves the shiny finish.
coach. "When the Rocks are attached to an ad



mother te owomeny f heattertheo-
camper nawen t they justable rod called a dop chuck,
canl sawIt, heyused to hold them at a stationary
went nuts. angle against the wheel during
The technical term s-l p I 1 1 i
I 'cutting and polishing, the crafts
is lapidary. The surface of ageml mlan mlay chang e the rock's position
stone is cu~t inlto planes called facets dozens oftimles. Because of arock'shard
I I I l II 'ness and the comlple ity of the pattern, pro
I II I I I I ducing one finished gemlstone mlay take up to a full
different patterns. 1 1 1


'Rock hounds' Don and Sharon Boyett at work. At left, an angel wire wrap setting around a stone.
The exception are cabochons which are done asks Mr. Boyett. "Tampa Bay Coral is actually a
"freehand" without a pattern and take about twenty gemstone because it's petrified, meaning the coral
minutes from start to finish i I i i i ,i
Cabochon is a term for gemstones that are not i I
transparent. They are cut and polished but not fac I I I ,
eted. Jasper, agate, lapis la-uli and malachite are I II I I I
commnlly cut into cabochons. I
With her husband on his wayto becoming apro The couple often work together at a common
ficient stone cutter, Ms. Boyett began taking classes table in their kitchen, wearing the magnification
I I II visors necessary for the exacting work their hobby
S requires.
less costly method of creating a setting for rockjew- They go to festivals and art shows to demon-
elry. The wire can be shaped into decorative designs state their skills and have also visited Baker County
and Ms. Boyett has perfected a setting in the shape schools.

but cabochons lend themselves well to this type of i Ii i I ii 111 I
setting, surprise factor- I love to see thebefore and after. A
The Boyetts have learned some interesting facts I i i i i
L i i i "We're having a ball," said Mr. Boyett.


Crystal River opens June 2
Baker County Chamber of Commerce vice president Bobby Steele and restaurant
owner Sam Bajalia, backed by city commissioners officials and chamber mem-
bers, cut the ribbon signaling the official grand opening of Sam's Crystal River
Seafood Restaurant on South thin Macclennyon June 2. Patrons began lining up
to have dinner even before the 4:00 pm ceremony at the new restaurant which
features a natural wood interior and an outdoor dining pato. It is located adja-
cent to the recently opened Peebles clothing store.

Takes, damages ATV


A criminal complaint for
grand theft of and damag-

was left at the residence of its
owner on Rufus Powers Rd.
near Glen St. Mary.
Randy Davis said he drove


told the host he could not take
it for a drive. Mr. Andrews,

sion.
Mr. Davis told DeputyTony
Norman he tried unsuccess-
fully to contact Mr. Andrews
via cell phone, and caught a
ride with another person back
home, where the next morn-


Witness Vanna Hamilton
later said Mr. Andrews was
intoxicated and steered the
Yamaha into a tree.
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New building trucked to BCMS...
A crane lowers a portion of the school district's new $4 million, modular classroom building at Baker County Middle School
the morning ofJune4. District Facilities Director Denny Wells said barring any unforeseen difficulties, the two-story, roughly
22,000 square foot addition should be complete by July 17. The building includes 23 classrooms plus an office and was manu-
factured in Okeechobee, Fla.


MACCLENNY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Principal's List 4th Nine Weeks
1st Grade Dale Anderson, ZacharyAuger, Carolne Barber, Kyie Bonds, Emmalee Campbell,
Jacob Caer, Caleb Combs, Mackenzie Craft, Kyler C, ws, Lane Dmkns, Michael Donnel, Caleb
Farha, M- Fshe IoI B k Gulhn, Bya, HAL, Teddy Ha, Tyler Hardn,
Madison Herng, Kalea Higgnbot ham, Gnffin Hedges, Ja-bee Holland, Kaylee Holhingsworth,
Kyle H on,i NaHowelL aby H e, Dad Jh,Ama, a st r, n Kazmrak
Dylan Mobley, Hunter Mulhgan, Kase Murphy, Daniel Nguyen, SethNoh, Raechelnn unley
Samantha rz,Jenn erPadge, SavannahPep tone,Tommy PhllIhps, Skye Powell, Hope Raul
eon, Ldsay Rhde, Chiateana Rssell, Chase Sands, Weston Sands, Ale, s Schlarhaum, Sa
vannah Smith, Vctona Swenson, Michael Snakowsk, Sarah The, Cheyenne Thft, Makenzie
Timmo, Hanna Tran, Chey Whe eler, than WlOne, Ahley Wyland, Ansley Young, BrettTre
2nd Grde: Cheyenne Adcoc, Gegory Barn s, Lonann e Bes, Chayce fntt, Jared Brown,
Maker s Kyho e Carter Nah Carter Abby Caswell, Carey -avannaugh, A n Cole, Jay
aee C--f d, Alhe Cr iael R- i h Dy ,I, i av, Maka av, pe n
Ferry, Alya Flakowcz, Blayne Fraser, Eva Gray, Morgan Green, Cayn Gnffis, Megan Harrell,
Ashlhynn Hams, Dev- Hartley, Dylan Hartley, Alexander Himmelhaver, Skylar HIson, Sierra

Milo, M.ltonMl M se n l e, Shelby NhpperL dsir, Cheye, e
Norman, Dalton Padgett, Gareth Parke, Damen Pryde, De Rauleon, Bok Rhoden, Da
throng, Marydih Sodhae faldo Ta,Wd oseph Tedes III, Hannah Teendk, Ha an rD
Zade Weeks, Dawson Yarborou gh
3rd de Vera Bake Abal C en, Blake Dicks, Maol Gonale, AlaynGudash, Da
elle H ard Kd, Ha-11 Ken. JacIo J Mamn Jones, Krystyn K hsleying, Kh, My. Kln,
Nicholas Lee, Jordyn Marin, Tara McDowell, Mih Trang guyen, Seth Paoe, Ashley Paulson,
Emly Phlps, Elijah Rayburn, Braeden Sande Hannah Sullvan, Jab Teague, Al Thft,
Honor Roll 4th Nine Weeks
1t eG e: Mhael Aat Blake falrn e e fll, n e n Tyler Bunea d, T a
CooveG, LHa C, Matthe. Crws Amanda Cru, Mark Dawley JaI.b Edads, Able Ell,
Gatt Fauble, May Fox, Cole Freeman, Manus Graham, Chanty Gren, Taylor Grf, Chsto
phe Hakes, Caleb Hyde, Ethan Herring, Ale Hill, Makenzie Hire, Peytn Hlland, Kaenn
Johns, Weston Joh, ana Keen, Jacob Keller, Marshall Kble, Jag Kabb, Jasmine Lambert,
Stepheon Larry, Savannah Lee Megann Lghtsey, Sierra M cCauley, Taytum McDowell, Brand,
MCrnLart, Mh eMudhIell, J han Mueen, aven R il Heaher, Npper Seth Nrh, Seth
Padgett, Jhamal Paskel, Chnsan P.owers, Desney Reed, Lane ReW.S, Mal Rhoden, Connr
A, ht, Gabelle Rodged, M-Ba., W B James Smth, Ausn Sla Aaron Star
ling, Johnana Su.,enr, Kelly Thompson, Logan Tyson, Bn Walton, Will Wiggins, Skylar Wiker
son, Michael Wikerson, Baley Wynn, Ashley Wynne
2nd G.- Can- Adas, Madio Ar eng, Shelby A-re, Kaee Raft -c y aflBaleld,


fo, eTy C e, Makayla Cleverge, Patk Coker, Bndn C s, Abby r Cadee reaw
ford, Kara Cews, Dawson Cws, John Cws, Tyer Crews, A n Dh, Katlyn Da, Larne

Johnson, John Johnson, Stelng Jones, AnaStla Keene, DIyonna Keltt, Chns Kellar, Trace


Dalton Ray, Dillon Ray, -TaVon Reed, Mallory Rhoden, Halee Rodge, Andw Rosepier, Abbie
.lS Jarmes Smith, Desbny Sctah, Haley Skhelad, Cadeyn dell, K.rns Tayl], fett Tayl],
Haley Theophle, Jacb nhift, A n hift, K bey Thre Jena Turned John Mao
renne, Detnq ,WaltknS, MacKenzie Webb, Emmahne Wihams, HunterW n, Kaper Wodat,
Lucas Wood, Reece Wynn
3rd Grade: Cameron Berg, Cameron Blow, Mikayla Brandt, Chades Burner, Zak Cam, Bnttany
Cannon, Alex Carter, Aalah Chades, Mftchel Cram, Ezabeth Crews, Chelsea Crockett, Jackson
Davi, S;dney RD Kenny e avi,E h Dpeine Lay Dra, Skyler Eato, Matthe. El
dndgeAII, Ale England, Myles Finn, Tyler Fox, Shelbey Fnt, h Alya Gdde, Selena Gonzalez, Zac

Briney Lauramore, Aud LeS, Mchelle L, a oeA, eL, Ashley Matthews, Sierra McCawley, Haley
Mcdlogh,Dae Min e Mller Mallory Morgan, Harry Mul Ie, Karlee bell Jess N a Ca,

Stevens, Kayla Tepe, Mallory Tomn, Raven Tucker, Reagan Wilds
BCMS report cards
Library closing Students who did not turn in
The Emily Taber Library min stamped self addressed enve
Macclennywill be closed June 11 lopes can pick up their report
through June 13 duetoconstruc cards and FCAT scores in the
tion. It will re open for regular middle school guidance office
hours on June 15. Monday through Thursday from

.... be in the front office.


Master, bachelor
degrees at E-R

Derreck
Mark Ho-
han, 23, the
2oo005 BCHS
salutato-
nan, gradu
ated summa=
cum laude
last month
from Em-
bry Riddle
Aeronautical Derreck Holian
University
in Daytona
Beach with bachelor of science
degree in aerospace engineering
and a master's degree with dis
tnction in the same field.
Heis currently employed in
the Skunkworks Division (ad
vanced engineering and design)
of Lockheed Martin Corporation,
Fort Worth, Texas as an Aero-
nautical Engineer 2.
Mr. Hohan's mother and step
father Gail and Paul Crews live in
Macclenny.


'Hay day' June 30

Baker County livestock, Certified crop advisor CEU's
horse and hay producers are will also be available.
invited to attend the 11th an- Area farm equipment deal-
nual Hay Field Day on Tues- ers will be exhibiting some of

i..... I T I 1. I ,,h... 1
The program is sponsored ,. .. .. I I
by extension offices in North- i '.
east Florida as part of the i .... x-
Northeast Florida Beef & For- ... 11. . .1 r
age Group. website at http://baker.ifas.
The program is open to all ufl.edu for complete program
livestock, horse and hay pro- information and driving in-
ducers. Topics to be covered structions.
include: efficient use of fer- A $5 registration fee will
tilizers, weed control update, cover lunch and educational
hay marketing, production ...
Si i .i i. i ers andproducersfrom across
S north Florida, therefore pre-
,,.......... i ,, registration is required for the
" i.,.i i i i i .1 1 i ,. i i m eal.
for private pesticide applica- Call 259-3520 to register.
tor license re-certification.


m Student FCAT scores are available for grades 3-8
at Macclenny Elementary School, Westside Elmentary,
Keller Intermediate School and Baker County Middle
School. Come by your school's front office Monday -
Thursday 8 am 4 pm to pick up your child's score
sheet.
1L NOTE: Baker County High School's report cards and FCAT
Score sheets will be available on Monday, June 15, 2009.


A group of Baker County campers departed Monday of this week for
Cherry Lake in Madison County. They are (in random order) Kelsey An-
derson, Dean Bryant, Justin Chalker, Andrea Clark, Tyler Brooke Cole,
Hannah Harvey, Jordan Kiper, Jared Kiper, Keith McLemore, Hunter Lee
Ray, Jessie Roberts, Savannah Roberts, Mikala Schaeffer, Sabrina Seaman,
Summer Sparks, Jacob Stalvey, Matthew Thompson, Alyssa Thompson.
Camp counselors also making the trip are Jacob Anderson, Brandy Cal-
lihan, Teddy Callihan, Cody Crews, Dylan Kett, Bryan Lohr, Melissa Stag-
gers.

Off to week at Cherry Lake


This week 25 local kids
headed to 4-H Camp Cherry
Lake near Madison for a fun-
filled week of environmental
activities, archery, canoeing,
kayaking, fishing, swimming
and much more. The camp-
ers joined others from Nassau
and Madison counties and
they will return on Friday.
Baker County 4-H is also
offering the following day
camps this summer: shooting
sports day camp June 23-25;
junior master gardener camp
June 29-July 2; environmen-


tal day camp July 20-24;
crafty campers camp August
3-7. The cost is $50 for each

the Baker County Extension
Service (located at the Baker
County agricultural center)
or you may download regis-
tration forms at our Web site
i ... ...i ..... . o n
4-H camps, contact the Baker
County extension service at
904-259-3520.


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OBITUARIES


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CHURCH AND OBITUARY NOTICE INFORMATION CONTACT US
Obituaries must be submitted in a timelyfashion and have a local connection Pictures are printed with obituar- By phone at 904 259 2400 or byfaxat 904 259 6502 You can stop by ouroffce located at 104 S Fifth Street,
lesfree ofcharge The newspaper reserves the rightto publish photos based on quality It is requested that all Macclenny FLor mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL32063
news tems be typed or emalled to insure accuracy in print We are available online at www bakercountypress com


Frances Brown,
owned Pop's Place
Frances Kathryn Brown, 64,
of Lake Panasoffke, Florida
died Saturday, June 6, 2009 in
the Lane Purcell Hospice House
in Sumterville, Florida follow-
ing an extended illness Mrs
Brown recently moved to Lake
Panasoffke after living in Mac-
clenny for 15 years She was the
daughter of Clarence E Miller
and Louise Boyd Miller She
was preceded in death by sis-
ter Janet Shumake and brothers
Tyrone Miller and Eddie Miller
Mrs Brown owned and oper-
ated Pop's Place in Macclenny
for the past 15 years
Survivors include daughters
Catrina Y Rogers of Lake Pan-
asoffke, TonyaL Fagerquist Ti-
sha D Brown and Tasha D De-
Mott, all of Largo, FL; brother
Ronald Eugene Miller of Mac-
clenny; sisters Irene Palmer of
Tennessee, Geneva Shutte and
Mary Fouchart, both of Jack-
sonville; six grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren
The memorial service will be
held at 11'00 am June 26 in the
chapel of Guerry Funeral Home
Final disposition will be by cre-
mnation

'Monkey'Green
Jr., ofMiddleburg
Marion (Monkey) Lewis
Green Jr, 71, of Middleburg
died June 7, 2009 He was born
in Lenox, Georgia to Marion
Lewis Green Sr and Amy Mc-
Millian on June 19, 1937, and
lived in Middleburg for the last
30 years Monkey loved riding
on his golf cart, watching wres-
tling, working on different proj-
ects with his brother Elmer and
listening to country music He
was predeceased by son Rodney
Green and nephew Ricky Rick-
etson
Survivors include wife Mary
Anne Green; children Alan (Pa-
tricia) Becker, Kim (Gregory)
Howe, Penny (Kenneth) Dinkins
and Josh (Kim) Pugh; brothers
Charles (Louise) Greene, Enlmer
Greene; sister Frances Ricket-
son; four grandchildren; nieces,
nephews and many friends
The funeral service will be
held June 11 at 4'00 pm at V
Todd Ferreira Funeral Services
Chapel with Mr Glenn Ruis of-
ficiating The family will receive
friends and family one hour pri-
or to service


In Loving Memory
of
Barbara Ann
Rhoden
April 6 June 8, 2007

The dear Lord blessed this
family so much. The most im-
portant was a loving, caring,
beautiful wife, mother, Nana
and Me Maw, who always put
her family first! It has been
two years now since the Lord
called you to the Golden Gates
of Heaven to be one of Hs pre-
cious beautiful angels!
There is not a day that goes
by that we don't think about
you! You will always be in our
hearts, because of the loving
memories the dear Lord blessed
us with of you, that you left be-
hind for us.


CECI SR., CECI JR., ERC,


Mary Cox, 77,
Taylor resident
Mary Elizabeth Cox, 77, of
Taylor died June 7, 2009 at her
home Mary was born in San-
ford, FL to General Hellam
Turner and
Ruth Was-
din Turner
King on
January 1,
1932 She
lived in



years and
worked in a
shoe factory in Waycross before
moving to Jacksonville where
she worked as a cashier at Pan-
try Pride and Winn Dixie She
then moved to Taylor, where
she has been a resident for the
last 20 years and a member of
The Lord's Church of Taylor
She was an active participant of
the Council on Aging in Mac-
clenny
Mary was predeceased by
husband of 48 years Troy David
Cox; son Jesse Cox; grandchil-
dren Clyde McVeigh and Jason
Brevaldo
Survivors include children
Gloria Cribb of Waycross, Mary
(Frank) Wilson of Cuyler, Dar-
lene (Wayne) Hunt of Macclen-
ny, Jim (Donna) Cox of Taylor
and Regina (Anthony) Lopez of
Orange Park; 11 grandchildren,
eight great-grandchildren and
two great-great-grandchildren
A memorial service will be
held June 13 at 11'00 am at her
church with pastors Bobby Grif-
fin, Ken Mall and Jim Cox offici-
ating Ferreira Funeral Services
was in charge of arrangements


Mt. Zion N.C.

Methodist Church
121 North t 259-4461
Macclenny, FL
Pastor Tim Cheshire
Sunday School 945 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11 00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 600pm
Wednesday PrayerService 700 pm
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Jesus answered, "Verily, verily I
say unto thee, except a man be
born of water and of the Spirit,
he cannot enter into the king-
dom of God "John 3 5


Daniel Hart, 76,
retired messenger
Daniel 0 Hart, 76, of Mac-
clenny died June 3, 2009 Daniel
was born in Indianapolis, Indi-
ana to Clyde E Hart and Delcia
M Wahl
Ha rton O-

1932 He

Macclenny
for 35 years
aniel was a
member of

bor Car Se ice
of God
of 59 charter e Mr. Hart of
member of
theFirst Churcofthers CNazare
and re gained an active mendmber
and board member atthe church
He retired after 22 years of Grifser-
vice as a messenger from Brinks
Armor Car Servicehard) Rades of
Survivors include loving wife
of 59 years, Shirley O Hart of
Macclenny; brothers Clyde EZ
of San Jr antod Leon D (Cindy)
Hart, both of Inteflohenn, and
Scott E (Sue) SHainons of
Jacksonville; child Jen ieln
Ike (Beth) Haon of Griffihn, GA,
Donna Hart (Richard) Rades of-
Lakeland, Cheryl Hart Zuniga of
Middleburg, Thomas A Z niga
of San Antonio, TX, Jsmes D
Hart ofChina Grove,NC, Chris-
tina M Hart of Macclenny and
Lisa M (Frank) Hart of Jack-

and nephews
The mineral service was held
June 6 at 10 00 am at his church
with pastors Orville Jenkins,
Dave Lawson and Shane Soith
officiating FerreiraFuneral Ser-
vices was in charge of arrange-


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Sharon Ruise
dies on June 3rd
Sharon Ruise, -- C ,1 ..
St. Mary died on .. I.
June 3, 2009.
Mrs. Ruise was born in
Ft. Smith,
Ark. and

Lawton,
Okla. until
she mar-
tied El-
der Joe N.
Ruise and
moved to
Glen in
1973. She '
became h R -
became Ms. Ruise
a mem-
ber of the
Emmanuel Church of God
in Christ in Macclenny and
later became the first lady of
the church after her husband
was appointed pastor.
She is survived by Elder
Ruise, her husband of 37
years; daughter Nicolette A.
Ruise; sons Jonathan, Ver-
non 0. and Roosevelt (Angel)
Ruise; her mother Loretta
Cross; sisters Narmi and Eliz-
abeth Cross; brothers Johna-
thon, Benjamin, Michael,
Jessie and Cornelius Cross;
14 grandchildren. A brother
preceded her in death.
Thefuneral servicefor Mrs.
Ruise will be on Saturday,
June 13 at 11:oo am at the
Christian Fellowship Temple
in Macclenny with her hus-
band and Bishop Samuel P.
Nesbitt officiating. Interment
will follow in Quitman Cem-
etery, Sanderson.
Visitation will be at the
Emmanuel Church of God
in Christ starting at 6:oo pm
on June 12. Cooper Funeral
Home of Lake City was in
charge of arrangements.

Family is grateful


friends for their love and sup-
port. Thanks to everyone for
the flowers, food, cards and

thanks to Tommy Crawford,
Jerry Stafford, Auzzie Johns
and Mama's Angels for the
singing, Rev. Albert Starling
for the service and J.D. Tyre
ofGuerry Funeral Home.
Son Jimbo Gren family
Ri Katsar Patricia iddens
.rid D ise Chais-o


' Sanderson
Congregational
Holiness Church
CR 127 N., Sanderson, FL
Sunday School 1000 am
Morning Worship 11 00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6 00 pm
Wed Evening Prayer Sen 7'30 pm
Pastor: Oral E. Lyons r


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First Baptist Church to Cdlvary
of Sanderson Corner ofMadison & Stoddard
CR 229 S, Sanderson FL Glen St. Mary
Sunday School 1000 am Pastor: Tommy Anderson
Sui Mommg Worship 11 00 am Phone: 904-259-2213
Sui Evaing Worship 600pm Sunday School 1000 an
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Pastor Bob Christmas Sunday Evening Servce 600pm
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Wednesday nightBibl & III


23-Ato Lauramore Rd. & Fairgrounds Rd.
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Services 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm
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Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 PM
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 AM. Wed Eve. Worship 7:30 PM
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
North 6th Street Macdenny 259-3500




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Interior exterior *Additions Remodeling Free estimates Call Roger or Roger Dale Derrick Carter, D M D SPECIAL -Monthly pest control
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THE OFFICEMART KONNIE'S KLEAR POOLS & muchmore Black& White ColorCopes PRESSURE WASHING 25 811
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canvases, drawing pads We sell and install 259-3737 Business Cards, Signs Stickers .Residential and Commercial MICHAEL & JONATHAN'S
& much more DOUGHvBOY above ground pools t and so much more I Installations and Repairs LANDSCAPING, IRRIGATION
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259-3737 Repairs Chemicals Parts CANADAY TRUCKING 110 South Fifth Street Family Owned and Operated Full lawn service
698-E West Macclenny Ave Complete site & underground 259-3737 259-0774 Landscape and design
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& LAND DEVELO PMENT, INC. Summerhours We sell Garrett Home Improvements Air conditioners Heatpumps Tractorwork and box blading
Fill dirt Millings Monday- Friday Fill dirt starting at $100 per load No ob too small Maor appliances Licensed & insured
Land clearing Fish ponds 10 00 am 6 00Opm Slag rock Licensed & insured 24 hor ay emergency service -788
,iht,,nh. B,,eh ho. Saturday 10 00am 2 00 pm Land Clearing Ponds Demoli 904-303-9829 GB I,, V F 259


Rototllerw/tractor
Roads built
Houses/buildings demo
Inground pools demo
904-445-8836 days
904-653-2493 evenings

ANGELAQUA, INC.
Water softeners- Iron filters
City orwell systems
Chlorine Removal
Sales Rentals Service Repairs
Salt delivery
Total water softeners supplies
797 S 6th Street, Macclenny
259-6672


259-5222
(SEC 053903) 4/2tfc
B & N TRACTOR SERVICE,
LLC
Slag or Milling driveways
Brush cutting Land clearing
Debris removal Ponds and more
Licensed and insured
904-364-8027
904-338-4746
or 259-9711
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WADE'S TRACTOR WORKS
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259-3691


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904-275-3140
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259-6934
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259-3808
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We haul lunk cars and trucks
We sell and train horses
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Mowing, edging, mulching
Affordable lawn service
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Free esbmates
210-7512


Owner Operator
259-2124

MUNSON ELECTRIC CO.
Forall your electrical needs
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New installations
Remodel/Additons
Service upgrades
Residenbal and commercial
259-6514
State cert EC00001713 4/2 6/25p
FILL DIRT
Culverts installed
Tim Johnson
259-2536


CYPRESS LAWN SERVICE
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Licensed and insured
Free esbmates
904-476-0402
3/26 6/18
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New systems & repairs
Field dirt *Top soil
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Culverts installed
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System akin to a floating garden
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of food.
Instructions for creating a
personal hydropontic garden are
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in reference to vegetables, espe-
cmally tomatoes, but many people
are not completely famrhar with
what the term actually means.
Hydroponics is a soil free

combination of the Greek words
hydro (water) and poro (labor).
These floating gardens are
easy to construct and can po-
tentially yield a large amount of

those who may not have much
land for a traditional garden or
lve in apartments.
Mike Sweat, an extension
agent present at the recent Baker




with 6 millimeter thick polyeth
According to Mr. Sweat, a
water garden frame can be con
structed using locally available
materials for about $40.
A sheet of la2 inch thick sty
rofoam insulation is used as
the floating platform on which
transplant seedling plants are
anchored. Holes are cut or drilled
in the platform. Then, styrofoam
cups rvith slits or commercially
produced net pots which hold
the seedlings are positioned in
the holes.
The water m the pool is main-
tained at a 4-6 inch depth and
contains a mixture of micro nu-
trients, water-soluble fertilizer
and epsom salts (magnesmmsul-
fate).
Rainfall and evaporation can
effect the level of water in the
pool.
"The platform should float
freely on top of the water so that
it can rise and fall with the water
level," saidMr. Sweat.
Making the platform too snug


Kiddie pool hydroponic garden.
against thepool or frame sides so in the world
that it doesn't lower along with in Willcox,
the water level may deprive the produce as I
plant's roots of enough of the pounds ofto
mineral solution they neerd The faci
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