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THURSDAY


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS

81st Year, Vol. 19 Winner of 10 state awards for journalism excellence in 2009


s in running for trade ports


Two sites ahead


on 1-10 variances
JOEL ADDINGTON I NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com

Northeast Florida is
being primed to accept an
estimated two million ad-
ditional shipping contain-
ers in the next decade \\ith ,
at least five large-scale
inland port projects Park (O
on the horizon. O St
These storage i01nmlio0nsquatefeet
and distribution
cally located near
railroads and high-
ways could work in
concert to fill the
demand created by
mega-ships dock- 9
ing at an expanded
Jacksonville port
after the Panama 7
Canal is widened,
possibly as soon as 41
2015. "
But depend-
ing on the level of
demand and how
soon the seaport is ..'
ready for the influx
of goods from Asian
markets, the in-
land ports, including
two planned for Baker


Election's aftermath:

early voting popular;

spending gets results


JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
Elections have winners and
losers, but lessons too.
Last week's primary showed
that early voting is becoming
more popular and that spend-
ing more money than your op-
ponent can help secure victory.
It also showed that deep
community roots can be just as
good as money in the bank.
The winning school board
and county commission candi-
dates all spent the most in their
respective races, according to
campaign finance reports filed
with the elections office.
They reflect campaign
spending through August 19.
Losing candidates have 90 days
from the election to close their
campaign bank accounts by re-
turning campaign donations or


Macclenny

fire dept.

running over

budget,

chief says

See page 5


giving them to charity.
Heading into last week's pri-
mary, the Democrat nominee
for the District 4 county com-
mission seat, Donnie Starling,
spent more on campaign signs,
T-shirts and other advertising
than his two primary opponents
- combined.
The nursery owner and Cuy-
ler resident spent $11,400 com-
pared to Chris Rhoden's $3903
and Michael Conner's $3964.
And while Mr. Starling ac-
counted for almost 60 percent
of the race's spending, he gar-
nered 43 percent of the votes.
Mr. Rhoden, however, re-
ceived the most votes per dollar
spent. In fact, the Glen St. Mary
resident and small business
owner received twice as many
votes per dollar (.18) as Mr.
Starling (.o9), and just slightly
more than Mr. Conner (.16).
The Republican nominee
for the District 4 seat, Adam
Giddens, outspent his oppo-
nent Jeana Duval by more than
$5000.
The CPA and chief financial
officer of Giddens Security in
Jacksonville did 68 percent of
the spending in the race and re-
ceived 66 percent of the votes.
Again, though, the defeated
See page 2)


County, could end up competing
for a slice of the transportation
logistics pie.
There's between 25 and 30
million square feet of indus-
trial warehouse space on the
drawing board today at five
locations in Baker, Duval, Co-
lumbia and Nassau counties.
Projections on the amount
of additional
industrial
warehouse
space that
will be
needed in
Snorth-
east


Flori-
da through 2020 range from
33 million to loo million square
feet, according to a 2008 studyby the
global infrastructure consulting firm Moffat
& Nichol and commissioned by Roberts Land & Timber
Investment Corporation.


The Lake Butler-based company is developing an in-
land port site near the US 90 interchange with I-lo west
of Sanderson known as Woodstock Park. A sec-
ond site is expected east of Macclenny
between US 90 and the interstate from
Dallas-based Jackson-Shaw Co.
Combined they could total roughly
95 3000 acres.
Then there's Jacksonville's 4000-
10 plus-acre Cecil Commerce Center,
about 500 of more than 2000 acres
owned by Plum Creek that's been ear-
marked by the Columbia County In-
dustrial Development Authority
[IDA] in Lake City and the
roughly 18oo-acre in-
dustrial park site
south of Callahan
under Rayonier's
ownership.
Baker County
is well-positioned
in the race to develop
these sites, said county
planning director Ed Preston.
"There's always competition. But
here's what Baker County has working in its
favor," he explained.
The director pointed to Cecil Commerce
Center's need for infrastructure invest-
ments to make the center's vacant tracts
ready for development.
"They've used up all their best land," he
said.
Columbia's IDA lacks approval from the state
for additional traffic on US 90 and the interstate, plus
it's farther from the Jacksonville port.
"We've got the available land. We've got the variance
for traffic on I-to and we're an equal distance from 1-95
and 1-75," said Mr. Preston, adding that the sites here are
18 months to two years ahead of the IDA in the planning


See page 2)


His adversity no barrier

David Manning's pat to the ministry


KELLEYLANNIGAN
FEATURES
features@bakercountypress.com
When David Manning began attending the
Christian Fellowship Temple in the mid 199os, he
knew he'd found a special place to learn about the
message and love of God.
David Thomas, one of the pastors of CFT, and
Mr. Manning developed an immediate kinship, a
bond that continues to grow stronger with each
passing year.
"Our members love David," said Pastor Thomas.
"It's hard not to love him."
When Mr. Manning was 7 years old he was
struck by a car while riding his bicycle. He awoke
in St. Vincent's Medical Center to find he was para-
lyzed from the chest down and unable to walk.
The future was uncertain, but he went through
several years of rehabilitation and eventually grad-
uated from Baker County High School.
He attended Lake City Community College (now
Florida Gateway College) for a while, met a girl, fell
in love and got married. The couple began attend-
ing CFT in 1995. He worked at the former Walmart
on Sixth Street.
The marriage ultimately ended, but by then he
was deeply involved with his new church family
who sustained him through the painful transition.
Today, Mr. Manning seldom sits still. He's ac-
tive at CFT and works as the youth pastor at First
Baptist Church of Sanderson.
In the afternoons he can be found coaching the
Baker County Middle School football team. Seeing
him zip around in his motorized wheelchair and
his modified van, it's hard to believe he deals every
day with such a serious handicap.
"I learned just how special David really is after
his divorce," said Pastor Thomas.
When Mr. Manning and his wife split, he lost
access to the vehicle he had depended on to get


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fHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
David Manning in his modified van.
him to and from church, but that didn't stop him.
If he couldn't catch a ride, he made the trip in his
wheelchair.
"I took the back roads," he said. "I can actually
get this thing up to about 6 mph, but 3 mph is what
I usually travel. It takes me about seven minutes to
get to the church," he said.
Regardless of the weather, Mr. Manning faith-
fully attended CFT's three weekly services.
"We'd be gathering at the church for service and
it would storming something fierce," said Pastor
Thomas. "We'd look up the road and here's David
coming around the corner in the pouring rain. His
desire to be in God's house was so strong, it really
gripped my heart."
In time, Mr. Manning fully committed himself
to CFT and the day came when he approached
Pastor Thomas about, as he has expressed it, "be-
coming more" to the life of the church than just a
member.
CFT is an independent church. Those seeking to
be ordained work in different capacities to become
accustomed to how all aspects of the church func-
tion. This facilitates finding just the right match for
See page 2)


Fourth

DUI nets

one year

in prison

A Macclenny man was sent
off to prison for one year after
pleading guilty on August 24
to being drunk at the wheel of
a pickup truck that collided late
last year with a vehicle contain-
ing a couple and their five chil-
dren on their way to church.
For 55-
year-old
Ronald J.
Higgin-
botham,
it was his
fourth
DUI con-
viction.
Circuit
Judge Pe-
ter K. Sieg
also tacked
Ronald Higginbotham on athree-
year, nine
month probation following the
defendant's release from pris-
on, fined him $2000 and $448
court costs and took his driver's
license away for life.
A hearing later will deter-
mine a restitution amount to
compensate the family of Mi-
chael and Debbie Combs of
Macclenny, who were injured
when Mr. Higginbotham's 2004
Dodge pickup drifted across the
center line on Woodlawn Rd. on
a curve and struck their vehicle
head-on.
The accident occurred the
early evening of December
20, 200o9 as the Combs family
headed off to a church service
in Macclenny.
Judge Sieg of Gainesville,
filling in for Judge Phyllis Ros-
ier, rejected a plea agreement
reached earlier by former pros-
ecutor Michelle Lambert and
defense attorney Daniel Delves
that called for a shorter term in
countyjail.
Judge Rosier had earlier
said the initial plea pact was
unacceptable to her as well due
to Mr. Higginbotham's past re-
cord for drunk driving in Jack-
sonville, Port Orange, FL and
Baker County.
Prior to sentencing, Judge
Sieg said he would be unable to
lay his head on the pillow that
night knowing that the defen-
dant was serving anything less
than a prison term.
He suggested Mr. Higginbo-
tham use the time in prison to
reflect on how lucky he has been
avoiding killing someone else,
and how his irresponsible acts
could have resulted in death
or more serious injury to the
Combs family and others.
Mr. Higginbotham, a career
electrician, was first convicted
of drunk driving back in 1975.
Court records show that
when FHP Trooper D.L. My-
ers first arrived on the scene
after the 6:oo pm accident, Mr.
Higginbotham was slumped
at the wheel of the pickup and
appeared unaware of his sur-
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Election's aftermath ...


(From page 1
candidate's spending appeared
to be more effective than the
eventual winner's.
Ms. Duval, a teacher at West-
side Elementary and Macclenny
resident, received .17 votes for
each dollar of spending. Mr. Gid-
dens, also of Macclenny, gleaned
.15 votes per dollar.
The race for the county com-
mission's District 2 seat pits
five-term commissioner Alex
Robinson, a Democrat, against
Republican newcomer Jimmy
Anderson.
Both are contractors from
Macclenny.
No primary was needed in the
race because neither candidate
had a challenger from their party.
The seat will be decided in the
general election November 2.
The latest campaign finance
reports show Mr. Robinson has
amassed $4350 since the race
began and held a $1951 campaign
funding lead as of the August 19
filing deadline.
Mr. Anderson has raised
$3543 in all and had $634 left at


the deadline.
Mr. Starling and Mr. Giddens
spent most of their election cash
during the primary.
As of the deadline, Mr. Star-
ling had $48 and Mr. Giddens
$92.
In the scramble for two school
board seats, the successful can-
didates won by small margins
despite heavily outspending their
opponents.
Jesse Davis, a insurance ex-
ecutive residing in Macclenny,
spent $3518 more than business
and property manager Tina Mo-
bley, also of Macclenny; but won
the race byjust 52 votes.
Ms. Mobley's family has been
involved in local politics and
lived here for generations while
Mr. Davis hails from Orlando.
The history that longtime
school board member and Baker
County native Paul Raulerson
has here seemed to work in his
favor as well.
Charlie "Artie" Burnett, a cor-
rections officer who grew up in
Jacksonville, outspent Mr. Raul-
erson by $1916 and finished with


County in running


(From page 1
process.
"They're pushing real hard,"
he said. "They'll be a worthy op-
ponent."
The IDA's executive director,
Jim Poole, was more confident
that future demand for inland
port facilities will exceed the sup-
ply.
"I think they'll compliment
each other," he said of the sites
in the region. "If even half of the
potential traffic we expect comes
to fruition, it will take quite a bit
of facilities in northeast Florida
to receive and move goods from
the port."
Mr. Poole said the authority
expects to begin site planning in
three to five months, but it could
be another 12 to 18 months to in-
stall roads and utilities.
"Then we'll work on getting
tenants," he said.
The presence of Florida Gate-
way College, formerly Lake City
Community College, may set the
area apart from Baker County,
which has no post-secondary
schools. The site is also located


just east of the Lake City airport,
adding another mode of trans-
portation for goods.
Timing will also be critical for
the inland port projects and the
Jacksonville port to take advan-
tage of the Panama Canal expan-
sion, which is expected to be fin-
ished in late 2014 or 2015.
Construction on the port's new
$208 million terminal at Dames
Point is scheduled for completion
in early 2014. It's been leased to
Hanjin Shipping Company of
Seoul, Korea.
More than $560 million worth
of improvements, most of which
is dredging, are needed at the
port to serve "post-Panamax"
vessels, however; according to a
recent report from The Florida
Times-Union.
"All of these projects have
incredibly long lead times," said
Mr. Preston, the county's plan-
ning director. "All you can do is
run as fast as you can to get your
ducks in a row for when the time
comes."


171 more votes.
The August 24 primary also
demonstrated the growing popu-
larity of early voting, which began
in 2004.
This year a record-setting
1559 voters cast ballots weeks
before the election. That's about
11 percent of the county's 13,673
registered voters and a third of
the total votes cast.
The 2006 primary's early vote
count totaled 1023 and 1564
people voted early in that year's
general election.
The last day to register for this
year's general election, or change
the address on file with the elec-
tions office, is October 4.
Early voting begins October
18.
For more information, call Su-
pervisor of Elections Nita Craw-
ford at 259-6339.


Prison for

fourth DUI
(From page 1
roundings.
He said the vehicle's interior
reeked of alcohol, and the defen-
dant reached for a drink in a dis-
posable cup and poured it out the
driver's side window onto the
trooper's feet and pavement.
Trooper Myers also charged
him with careless driving, having
no proof of insurance and a seat
belt violation.
The officer noted that the
defendant appeared more con-
cerned about losing his job than
about the welfare of members of
the Combs family.


Manning's adversity no barrier...


(From page 1
their personality. They may also
work in other churches to fulfill
this purpose.
"We felt like David would be
a good match for the youth pro-
gram," said Pastor Thomas.
That's how Mr. Manning
suddenly found himself face to
face with a classroom of second
through fifth graders on Sunday
mornings.
"They put me in charge of
children's church and boy was I
nervous that first day," said Mr.
Manning. "But the nervousness
passed quickly. The kids were
great. I found out this wheelchair
is actually a great icebreaker."
He started by telling the chil-
dren about his accident and what
it took to recover. He told them
how he didn't view the chair as
a hindrance. He invited them to
examine the chair and ask any
questions they wanted.
"Of course, the boys immedi-
ately wanted to know how fast
it can go," he said, laughing.
"With them, everything is about
speed."
Mr. Manning's work with
youth, both in church and on the
football field, eventually caught
the attention of a parent of a child
he was coaching.
That parent was a member of
First Baptist of Sanderson. The
church had lost its youth pastor
and Mr. Manning was asked to
consider applying for the posi-
tion.
He was hired and has been
there for the past two years. In
that time, he has seen youth at-
tendance at the mid-week eve-
ning service increase from about
eight to sometimes as many as
38.


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The kids are Mr. Manning's
heart.
The beauty and irony of his
story is that as a wheelchair-
bound youth pastor, it is often
Mr. Manning who makes it pos-
sible for some children to get to
church by picking them up in his
van.
"It's important to me that if
someone has a desire to be here
and to grow in the word of God,
then I'm to do everything I pos-
sibly can to make that happen."
Mr. Manning couldn't provide
a carpool for kids without his
trusty modified van, a gift from
members of the church and the
community.
Music fund raisers and other
events at CFT helped to purchase
the van.
"People in the community, not
even affiliated with this church,
were immensely generous in giv-
ing toward the van's purchase,"
said Pastor Thomas. '"The day we
presented it to David was a joy-
ous occasion. People were lining
the sideways cheering for him."
"There were some tears that
day," said Mr. Manning. "I just
didn't know what to say."
Some other people, however,
did know what to say regarding
David Manning.


Several preachers have had
visionary experiences concern-
ing the remarkable youth pas-
tor. They have "seen" him going
out in his van and evangelizing
across the country.
Mr. Manning believes it will
happen. And he is looking for-
ward to the day he begins travel-
ing to help spread the message of
God's love.
He looks forward to another
day as well, one that is even more
exciting to him and the people
who know him best.
"Our church still believes in
miracles, even though in soci-
ety today, we don't see them as
much as we'd like," said Pastor
Thomas. "But that doesn't mean
they don't and can't happen. We
believe that David may one day
walk again."
Mr. Manning quietly but con-
fidently agrees. He believes his
great personal faith coupled with
evolving medical and scientific
advances could definitely make
walking again a reality.
'The dayis coming when I may
not need this chair anymore," he
said. "But for now, I'm more than
happy to being going about God's
business from it."


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Indian ancestry

Some random jottings: SIDE
V I had no idea I was a member Y DE OF
of an Indian tribe. But I must be
because I obviously have an Indian THE MVATTER
name.
I know this because my wife has ROBERT GERARD
been calling me by it much of this
weekend. Want to know my Indian name.
Uneedta.
That's my Indian name. Or so I understand.
Uneedta clean off the front porch.
Uneedta go to the dump.
Uneedta kill that big spider in the corner by the window.
Uneedta unclog the sink in the bathroom.
I'd much prefer a different Indian name. Maybe Takanap. That
would be good.
Or Eatapie. I'd like that one, too.
V I was watching the anniversary coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
I cannot help but be baffled that after five years whole portions of a
major American city are still as devastated as they were weeks after the
storm.
We live in a great country and it is shameful that we haven't brought
that city all the way back five years down the line.
I go most of my life without ever seeing a black widow or a brown
recluse and now I've encountered both in two days. I killed a black
widow the size of a 50-cent piece at school and a brown recluse is loose
somewhere in my car. He was in the paper box and when I got the pa-
per he dropped onto my seat.
Imagine my surprise!! I can't find him they are very hard to find
or they wouldn't have that name.
I hope it's not one of those when you least expect it and are driving
70 mph on the interstate kind of moments when he finally makes his
reappearance.
The primaries are over with some rather surprising results. I won't
comment on the politics but I will mention one thing to our remaining
candidates.
I miss signscrapers.
Remember signscrapers? That was my name for the big erector set
signs of a few years back. I loved those things.
In order to catch people's attention away from the typical yard signs,
a few intrepid candidates tacked signs of various sizes together until
they were 8-feet tall. I dubbed them signscrapers in my column at the
time.
I think or maybe it's my imagination that one of them even had
Christmas lights so that it blinked at night.
Bring back the signscrapers. Let's add a little invention and humor
to this drab campaign.
I've noticed something strange and wonder whether it's just my
natural oddness or I've touched upon some universal truth.
I always and I mean always, put on my left shoe before I put on
my right. I tried putting on my right shoe first this morning but stopped
midway through. It just didn't feel right. Or left.
When I shower, I always wash my left side first and then my right.
Left arm and left leg first when I get dressed.
I started to wonder if it had anything to do with my being right hand-
ed. But come to think of it, when I shave I always shave the right side
of my face first.
I don't think it has anything at all to do with habit. If I have a habit
I usually realize it for what it is. This just is my natural way of doing
things.
Think about it. Maybe you do the same thing.
Or maybe I'm just nuts.
Either way.



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Paddling Ocean Pond by kayak


"C'mon up to the pond," Cecil
said. "Carol and I will be up there
for a while start-
ing Monday."
Ocean Pond. THE
It's not far away T H E
from Macclenny.
Yet, when you're P OJ
out on the wa- Kelley
ter, or even just /
lazing around at
one of the campsites under huge
pines draped with Spanish moss,
it seems far away indeed.
The constant rush of wind in
the tree tops was hypnotic when
I arrived last Wednesday after-
noon and time felt suspended.
Only a few people were about
and the campground was still
and quiet.
"The Pond," as folks in these
parts refer to it, was much fuller
than I remember seeing it since
moving here nearly five years
ago. All the recent rain has raised
the water line considerably.
I pulled my kayak to the beach
and stood looking out. The air
was invigorating and the sun on
the water sparkled.
The steady wind ruffled the
water's surface into a steady chop.
Out in the middle, one-foot high
waves were cresting with a bit of
white at the top. They seemed to
belong at the seashore instead of
this landlocked fresh water lake.
Maybe that's why they call
it "Ocean Pond," I remember
thinking.
When I got settled, Cecil gave
my kayak a shove.
"See you in a half hour. The


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burgers should be done about
then."
He shot a
couple of pho-
SAtos before turn-
3ACVK ing back to the
0(C C fire he had been
1H tending when I
nnigan arrived.
"For your
scrapbook," he
called.
I loved that. I'm usually taking
the photos, not in them.
Just getting out beyond the
stands of aquatic plants that
skirt the shore was an effort. This
would be no leisurely paddle; this
trip was going to be work.
But fun work.
I threw my shoulders into
it and the prow of the kayak
bounced over the waves. It was
rough. Over and over, water
splashed over the sides.
We had estimated it was a
couple miles across and I was
tempted to see if I could at least
make it to the middle, but de-
cided to play it safe.
Carol told me over supper
later that she would have had a
heart attack if anything had hap-
pened and they couldn't get out
there to help.
"That's why I decided to ex-
plore the shoreline instead," I
told her.
I saw sections of the pond filled
with water lilies and cypress trees
where small flocks of white egrets
were nesting.
The birds, which have always
been some of my favorites, would


wait until just before I was even
with their group of trees, then
fly off to roost a short distance
away.
Finally, they flew away com-
pletely. I turned and headed
back.
The hamburgers were ready
when I arrived and I was hungry.
There were "Carolina" flavored
Lay's Potato Chips to go with


be messed with or taken lightly."

Steven Hastings:"We are safe from
major hurricanes because we don't
sell alcohol on Sundays."

Katie Robinson: "I would stay. My
mom lives in a stable place here in
Baker County so my husband, myself
and our kids would probably ride it
out there. I would rather stay some-
where where I felt safe than to put
myself in the situation of being stuck
in horrible evacuation traffic with a 5
year old and a newborn:'

Diane Craig:"I went through Dora
in 1964, I will be taking the fastest
road up north to Alabama or Ohio
where we have family:'
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We askedourFacebookfansAugust
23, ""IfBaker County was guaranteed
to be in the path of a major hurricane,
where would you go, or would you
even leave?" Here's what you had to
say...
Greg Gainey: "Well I would prob-
ably send my family away, but I would
have to stay and do what I could to
help out with Baker County EMS,
because my job isn't just a job it's a
calling:'

TammyCrawford McFarland:"Well
if I had the way to go I would gather
my pics and important stuff and then
Miss Sophia and we would head to my
dad's. He lives in a brick home... The
home I was raised in. Or if I had now


way and hubby was at work I'd get in
my shower with Miss Sophia and pray,
pray, pray:'

Don Yonn: "Yes I would leave be-
cause anything you own isn't worth
yours or anyone else's life. Would go
up 1-75 because the hurricane would
eventually loose strength and become
less hazardous:'

David Knapp: "Yes I would take my
family north safely out the storm's
path. It would also helpthe EMS work-
ers,firefighters, sheriff's deputies, and
subsequently, the national guards-
men and women as they would have
fewer people to search and account
for. Hurricane Katrina should remind
everyone that mother nature is not to


them and strawberry shortcake
for dessert.
I felt like an old stuffed bear
afterwards and wanted to crawl
under the picnic table and go to
sleep.
But I didn't. Even though the
sun was going down, I struck out
for another paddle trip. The wa-
ter was too beautiful to resist.


Mr. Thomas

is omitted

The story on county manager
applicants with local ties in The
Press' August 26 edition omitted
Chris Thomas, the CEO of Baker
Community Counseling Services,
a nonprofit drug abuse counsel-
ing corporation in Macclenny. He
also coordinates the local drug
court program and the county's
house arrest program.
Previously, the Maxville resi-
dent and Baker County native
served as an assistant to the Clerk
of Courts beginning in 2004.
The same story also misiden-
tified the person who wrote one
of three letters of recommenda-
tion for applicant C.J. Thomp-
son. Rather than Macclenny City
Manager Gerald Dopson, the let-
ter was written by his son Brian
Dopson of Florida Gateway Col-
lege in Lake City.


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Accosts FPL employee

On property to disconnect power


A Macclenny man was arrested August 25 after could find no p1
accosting an employee of Florida Power and Light In other inci
who showed up at his North 6th St. residence that tery were filed.
morning to turn off the power. altercation at ai
Robert Allgeyer, 41, allegedly threw a cordless ment off SR 221
phone at Marion Clayton, 59, of Jacksonville, strik- William Forl
ing the utility employee in the face. Moments earlier, field Dr. about 5
the accused cursed Mr. Clayton and approached him approached by
in a threatening manner, according to the incident neighborhood.
report by Deputy Daniel Nichols. Mr. Forbes s
Mr. Allgeyer then went into his residence, only to arm with his mE
re-emerge as Mr. Clayton started to disconnect elec- fronted him ab
tricity for non-payment and throw the phone from a dren for careless
short distance away. Mr. Hardwi(
Mr. Clayton then threw a power meter at the with Mr. Forbe.
assailant, missing and causing it to break on the The complain
ground. He told police he then knocked away a tri- against Mr. Ha
cycle on the way back to his vehicle, and it landed on son.
the front porch. Stephen I
Mr. Allgeyer once again exited his residence and named in a don
tossed the tricycle into the front passenger door of striking his girl
a 2009 Ford pickup belonging to FPL. Estimated of August 24.
damage to the vehicle was $1500. The incident
Deputy Nichols charged Mr. Allgeyer with felony ment on E. Oh
criminal mischief and misdemeanor battery. was gone where
The accused said he was struck in the back by the Ms. Hunt said
power meter, but the deputy noted in his report he telephone call f


Convicted felon is

found with a pistol
A traffic stop initiated on Au- containing more of the drug. In
gust 24 because of an expired his backpack was a soft drink
license decal ended with the ar- bottle fashioned into a smoking
rest of two men, one of them a "bong."
convicted felon in possession of a The student was charged with
loaded .38 caliber pistol. misdemeanor possession.
Deputy John Hardin said he In other school-related arrests,
pulled over a 1993 Cadillac on two students, one of whom is
South 6th St. in Macclenny about under suspension, were charged
3:00 that afternoon and noted with resisting arrest after they
that a rear seat passenger identi- refused several requests by Sgt.
fled as Alexander Middleton, 23, Dyal to leave Memorial Stadium
of Baldwin, appeared to be ner- during Friday night's Kickoff
vous during questioning. Classic.
During a security pat down, Ray Cooley, 18, of Macclenny,
the officer found a small bag of was also charged with trespassing
marijuana in Mr. Middleton's because he is banned from school
pants pocket. property due to the suspension.
Deputy Hardin retrieved a The other student was a 17-
backpack from the rear seat and year-old male from Sanderson.
found a baggie containing bul- Sgt. Dyal said the youth had
lets, a weighing scale, marijuana been earlier told to leave, and
residue and the pistol. attempted to walk away when
The suspect admitted the warned the second time.
backpack was his, and the deputy
learned via computer that Mr.
Middleton is a convicted felon.
A second passenger, Timo-
thy Harrison, 25, of Macclenny
was arrested for possession of
a smoking pipe and partially
smoked marijuana cigarette.
Police also learned he is want- M .
ed in Charlton County, GA for
violating probation.
Heather Edenfield, the driver
of the Cadillac pulled over in the AutoCrafters (
parking lot of Mercantile Bank,
was not charged. 180 S. Lowde
The weapon possession count 259
is a felony. Both defendants were
also arrested for misdemeanorWarranty
possession and having drug par-
aphemalia. 10 Locations thru
In another drug-related ar- Free Computerized
rest, a 15-year-old male student State of the art equ
at Baker County High School was
charged August 26 with misde- We are a Direct Re
meanor possession. Major Insurance C
Campus deputy Sgt. Thomas I-Car and ASE Cert
Dyal said he received a tip that
the student, who is from the Mac-
clenny area, had the drugs on his Let Us
person.
The boy emptied his pockets Collision Re
of a small amount of pot in a "IT'S OURi
rolled paper and a plastic tube


physical evidence of it.
idents, criminal complaints for bat-
August 29 against both parties in an
n intersection in the Deerfield settle-
8 south of Macclenny.
bes, 81, said he was walking on Deer-
5:45 the afternoon of August 29 when
Shawn Hardwik, 45, who lives in the
said he struck Mr. Hardwick on the
metal walking cane after the latter con-
out calling police earlier on his chil-
;s driving on four-wheelers.
ck allegedly threatened to "get even"
s for doing so.
nt against Mr. Forbes is for battery;
rdwick for assault on an elderly per-
Holdamph, 36, of Macclenny was
lestic battery complaint for allegedly
friend Brandy Hunt, 31, the morning
t took place at the couple's apart-
io Ave. about 10:30. The boyfriend
1 Deputy Steven Smith arrived, and
he became angry when awaked by a
rom her mother.

Retired teachers

meet on Sept. 8
The Baker County chapter of
Florida Retired Teachers Associ-
ation will hold its first meeting of
the new school year on Wednes-
day, September 8 at 11:oo am at
Sam's Crystal River Seafood on
South 6th in Macclenny.
The organization looks for-
ward to welcoming all new retir-
ees from the school system, and
membership is open to all school
retirees, not just teachers and ad-
ministrators.
The organization links friends
who have retired, and most im-
portantly, is a key link to the state
legislature.
Join the organization for good
fellowship, food and informa-
tion.


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Burglary

of vehicles

occurs on

same night

The sheriffs department is
looking into two similar vehicle
burglaries overnight on August
29, one in northwest Macclenny
and the second in the northeast
quadrant.
Two persons spotted at the
scene are thought responsible for
the burglary of a 2001 Hyundai
sedan belonging to Amy Knight
and parked off Timberlane Dr.
just after midnight.
A witness told Deputy Johnny
Hodges he drove up as a white fe-
male exited Ms. Knight's car and
sped off in a black sedan driven
by a male with dark skin.
A passenger window on the
vehicle was smashed, and Ms.
Knight, who was visiting a rela-
tive in the neighborhood, said a
camera valued at $2000 plus 50
CDs in a case were taken.
The same night a passenger
window was smashed to gain
entry to a 2006 Chevrolet SUV
belonging to Leslie Sapp and
parked off Copperfield Circle.
A purse and camera valued at
$150 were taken.
In other reports:
Someone stole a 1994 Mazda
pickup parked in the front yard
of Leonard Moore's residence on
US 90 near Olustee on August
28.
Mr. Moore told Deputy Koty
Crews he was away from the resi-
dence that evening for about an
hour when the theft occurred.
Two tires were flattened and
the windshield broken out of a
1989 Chevrolet pickup belong-
ing to Donald Monds and parked
off South 6th St. the morning of
August 26.
Thomas Shope reported
two bicycles taken from a shed
near his residence off Spruce Rd.
south of Macclenny overnight
on August 29. One of the bikes
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MACCLENNY CITY COMMISSION



Questions fire overruns

Salaries $19K, repairs $35K more


JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
The Macclenny City Commission got its first look
at the 2010-11 budget the evening of August 31 and
had a lot of questions, particularly about a number
of proposed increases in fire department spending.
Salaries are expected to rise from $347,705 in the
2009-10 budget to $362,523 in the fiscal year that
begins October 1.
Fire chief Buddy Dugger defended the roughly
$15,000 hike as needed to more accurately reflect
higher-than-expected overtime costs this year from
sick leave and state-mandated training.
"We didn't budget for all of this," he said regard-
ing more than $19,ooo in salary overruns so far this
year. Expenses for repairs and maintenance have
also run over budget by about $35,000.
Chief Dugger cited seven non-budgeted repairs
that were needed, sometimes due to negligence by
city employees.
Those included a fire engine's collision with bay
doors at Station 2 that cost $4,500 and resulted in
the driver's suspension; a firefighter resigned after a
motor vehicle crash that cost the department $6500;
and a mistake while servicing a fire truck's engine
that led to a motor replacement cost of $14,500.
The reaction from city commissioners and City
Manager Gerald Dopson was tempered.
"I saw a $42,000 increase and I about fainted,"
said Commissioner Vernon Bennett of the fire
department's overall increase in planned expendi-
tures. "But you gave us a good explanation. We need
to pray that we don't have so many people get sick


Daughter's jewelry

worth $5K is missing


Few leads were given to police
after a Sanderson woman report-
ed $5300 in jewelry belonging
to her daughter and herself had
apparently been taken from her
residence off Cedar Creek Dr.
Kathryn Smyth said her
daughter Amanda, who no longer
lives with her but left a jewelry
box in her care, discovered the
loss when she went to retrieve a
pair of earrings on August 23.
The mother reported the theft
two days later, and told Deputy
Daryl Mobley small trinket boxes
belonging to her were also miss-
ing. The jewelry in her daughter's
box was valued at $5000.
Ms. Smyth said several per-
sons had been at the residence in
the two months since her daugh-
ter moved out, including a niece
and friends. Deputy Mobley said
there were no signs of forced en-
try.
In other thefts:
A small wood deck, canvas
awning and concrete steps were
taken from rental property owned
by Stanley Monds and located off
Jefferson St. in Glen St. Mary.
The owner's son, who contact-
ed police on August 22, said the


'Switch'

cited in

gas theft
It appears a Macclenny con-
venience store is the victim of
a unique "hose switching" gas
pump theft technique.
The sheriffs office was made
aware of the incident after store
employee Douglas Stivers found
a discrepancy of fuel sales versus
inventory on pump 3 at the store
on US 90 across from the county
courthouse.
Mr. Stivers said the morning
of August 28 that 160 gallons
were unaccounted for and likely
had been pumped from the tank
using the "switch" scam. Value
of the missing fuel was placed at
$411.20.
"[The employee] explained
that people have been known
to break open the bottom of the
pump, unscrew the pump from
the hose, and hook up their own
hose to pump gas," reads the re-
port by Deputy Steven Smith.
The officer noted a lock had
been broken off the bottom panel
of the pump station.
Mr. Stivers told the officer
there are no surveillance cameras
monitoring the pump islands in
the front of the store.
The receipts covered the pre-
vious night's sales.


property was valued at $4200.
A witness told Sgt. Tony Nor-
man she was on the property
August 17 and two white males
drove up inquiring whether it
was for sale. She recalled they
drove off in an older red Chevro-
let pickup.
A water pump valued at $325
was taken from a residence be-
longing to James Dobbs of Live
Oak and located off Clarence
Dobbs Rd. near Sanderson.
The theft was reported by
Johnny Bryant, the caretaker
who named a person who had re-
cently been evicted as a possible
suspect.
Amanda Williams told police
she returned to her apartment
off South 7th St. in Macclenny
the morning of August 27 after
an absence of 24 hours to find a
door had been forced open and
parts of the interior ransacked.
It appeared the intruder or
intruders drank a bottle of liquor
and possibly slept there during
her absence.
A rear door was pried to
gain entry to the residence of
Elsie Roberson off CR 127 north
of Sanderson during a 22-hour
period starting the afternoon of
August 22.
She told police prescription
medicine was missing from a rear
bedroom.


and have accidents. It all kind of globbed together
this year."
The fire chief expects his department to operate
under budget in 2010-11 and the city manager said
he expects the same even if it means employees
working overtime voluntarily.
'The challenge for you is to do whatever you can
and get creative to stay within this salary figure,"
Mr. Dopson said.
Changes to other city departments' spending
plans were mixed with some rising and others, like
the costs for legal counsel, falling.
The new budget reduced Macclenny attorney
Frank Maloney's projected hours by more than 61
on the year, saving about $9000.
Meanwhile salary expenses in the road, water
and sewer departments are expected to increase
marginally.
An employee normally working in the road de-
partment has been filling in on garbage trucks when
those employees take leave, which increased the
road department's budget by roughly $4600 in the
coming year. The sewer department added a new
employee to drive the city's sludge truck and the
water department's overtime rate increase added
about $2000.
Also new to the road department's budget is
$10,000 for the replacement of trees in downtown
Macclenny with shrubs or shorter trees that won't
block merchants signs.
In all, the city's $6.6 million spending plan for
2010-11 is $208,639 higher than the current year.
Public hearings to adopt the budget are set for Sep-
tember 14 and 28, both at 5:15 pm in city hall.


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interstate
Two occupants of an east-
bound SUV were seriously in-
jured and a third received minor
injuries when it overturned on
Interstate 1 just before midnight
on August 27.
Trooper J.M Ford of the Flor-
ida Highway Patrol said driver
Michael Pettit, 23, of Kennesaw,
GA over corrected when his 2001
Ford Explorer veered off the
pavement while traveling in the
inside lane.
The vehicle shifted counter
clockwise back onto the grassy
median and overturned several
times.
Mr. Pettit was seriously in-
jured, as was Leiandria Pettit, 32,
of Marietta, GA. A second pas-
senger, Sandra Sacar, 25, of Ken-
nesaw received minor injuries.
All occupants were restrained
by seat belts and were taken by
rescue ambulance to Shands
Jacksonville. The accident oc-
curred at 11:50 pm three miles
west of Glen St. Mary.
Trooper Ford said charges
pend further investigation.

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of Navy basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great Lakes,
Ill.


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Firefighters'fill the boot'for MDA

PHOTO BY JOEL ADDINGTON

Macclenny firefighters
gathered more than $1200
in donations for the Mus-
., *cular Dystrophy Associa-
tion, or MDA, which funds
medical research aimed
at curing neuromuscular
diseases. Firefighters like
Captain Chris Bonds, pic-
tured above on S. 6th St.
August 27, partner with
MDA for the annual fund
raising drives nationwide.
They will be at the intersec-
tion of US 90 and 6th Street
again September 3 and 4
from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm to
fill their boots with dona-
tions. Their goal is to raise
$5000.





Man flees on foot from Glen to


Macclenny; caught at residence


A Macclenny man who suc-
cessfully evaded capture by run-
ning east along the CSX tracks
between Glen St. Mary
and Macclenny early on
August 24 was nabbed
attempting to leave the
rear of a residence in the
Big Oak Court neighbor-
hood off West Lowder
St.
Wesley Belford, 27,
fled initially on a bicycle
after he was spotted out-
side a closed laundro-
mat in downtown Glen
about 4:50 that morn- Wesle
ing. Deputy Patrick Mc-
Gauley said he trailed the suspect
along the railroad with the aid of
his canine Tango after Mr. Bel-
ford was seen by Deputy Johnny
Bryan hopping off the bike and
heading south to the railroad in
east Glen.
With the dog and deputy fol-
lowing him from the west, the
suspect was seen again running
along the tracks west near the
Macclenny city limit, and he
again evaded officers heading
toward Big Oak Court.
An off-duty deputy, Steven
Smith, was monitoring radio
traffic and when a description of
Mr. Belford, who was wearing a
white tank top and light-colored
shorts, was aired he recognized
the suspect as a neighbor.
Believing the suspect was in-
side, police surrounded the resi-
dence and were initially told by a
female he was not there. Shortly
after he was collared by Deputy
Smith as he attempted to run out
a back door.


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mer director Jim Bouldin. Mr. Cole,
35, has worked for the First Coast
YMCA organization for seven years,
most recently as the Johnson Fam-
ily YMCA's associate director."I just
want to really put the YMCA back
in the forefront in Baker County,"
he said. "I want the community to
know the Y's here for them and it
always will be:'The Fredricksburg,
VA native recently celebrated his
14th wedding anniversary and has
two daughters, ages 10 and 16.
When he's not working, the self-
described "sports guy" said he's
usually volunteering as a youth
sports coach or watching sports on
television. "I'm happy to be here,"
he added. "Everyone's treated me
great from the staff to the resi-
dents. I look forward to working
here and helping the community:'


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He was booked for resisting
arrest without violence, loitering
and trespass.
Two days later Mr.
Belford was re-arrested
while still in jail on a
warrant for driving on a
suspended license.
In another recent
case, Lee Battles, 20, of
Macclenny was found
the afternoon of August
26 hiding in the attic of
his Grissholm St. resi-
dence. He was wanted
on a warrant for viola-
elford tion of probation and
sale of marijuana, and
sheriffs deputies went to the
residence on a tip he was there.
Deputy Shawn Bishara said
officers got no response knocking
on windows and doors, and once
given permission to enter by the


suspect's mother, they noticed
that sheet rock was missing from
the ceiling of a utility closet.
Police also found that a hall-
way ceiling had nearly caved
from above, and they used a
crawl space above a closet to en-
ter the attic.
Other warrant arrests:
William Webb, 28, was taken
into custody at his residence off
Cedar Creek Farms Rd. north of
Sanderson the afternoon of Au-
gust 27. He was sought in Duval
County for violation of probation
for domestic battery.
Jason Eddins, 33, of Mac-
clenny was arrested in the early
afternoon of August 25 when
police stopped the pickup he
was riding in on SR 121. He was
wanted in Putnam County for an
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Legal Notices


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The Baker County District School Board will hold the
following PUBLIC HEARING on Monday, August
16, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. and Tuesday, September
7, 2010, at 5:30 p.m. in the Baker County School
Board Meeting Room located at 270 South Boule-
vard East, Macclenny, Florida.
TOPIC: Discussion of "District's Strate-
gies on How to Meet Class Size Amend-
ment"
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED AND ENCOURAGED TO
ATTEND.
Sherrie Raulerson
Superintendent of Schools
7/15-9/2
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The Baker County District School Board will hold
the following PUBLIC HEARING on Tuesday, Sep-
tember 7, 2010, in the Baker County School Board
Meeting Room located at 270 South Boulevard
East, Macclenny, Florida, to be held immediately
following the 2010-2011 Budget hearing which
begins at 6:30 p.m.
Approval of the:
2010-2011 Student Progression Plan
2010-2011 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
270 South Boulevard East, Macclenny, Florida
beginning Wednesday, August 4, 2010 (8:30 a.m.
-3:00 p.m.).


R/E-o/9


Sherrie Raulerson
Superintendent of Schools


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The Baker County District School Board will hold the
following PUBLIC HEARING on Monday, Septem-
ber 20, 2010, in the Baker County School Board
Meeting Room located at 270 South Boulevard
East, Macclenny, Florida, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Approval of the following School Board Policies:
2.070 Board Meetings
2.100 Program of Awards
5.130 Zero Tolerance for School Related
Crimes
5.150 Administration of Medicine
5.190 Student Records
6.242 Family and Medical Leave
6.250 Military Leave
6.660 Staff Training
8.500 Conservation of Resources
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED AND ENCOURAGED TO
ATTEND.
The documents will be available for preview at
the Baker County School Board Office located at
270 South Boulevard East, Macclenny, Florida be-
ginning Wednesday, August 18, 2010 (8:30 a.m.
-3:00 p.m.).


R/1 q-/1


Sherrie Raulerson
Superintendent of Schools


NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a Writ of
Execution issued in the Circuit Court of Baker Coun-
ty, Florida, on the 4th day of August, 2010, in the
cause wherein, In Re: The Marriage of Luis A. Cor-
dova, III, Husband and Evangeline Cordova, Wife,
being Case No. 02-2008-DR-0251 in said Court, I,
Joey B. Dobson, as Sheriff of Baker County, Florida
have levied upon all the right, title and interest of
the party named in the Writ of Execution, Luis A.
Cordova, III, in and to the following described real
property, to-wit:
Lot 19 of "The Highlands" an unrecorded
subdivision comprising the South /2 of the
SE % of the NW % and the NE % of the SW
1, and the NW 1, of the SE 1/, Section 12,
Township 2 South, Range 21 East, Baker
County, Florida, said Lot 19 being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the SW corner of the NE
14 of the SW 1/ of Section 12, Township
2 South, Range 21 East, Baker County,
Florida, and run N 88 Deg 54' 11" E,
along the South line of the NE 14 of the
SW 1a a distance of 30.00 ft to a point on
the E right of way line of a county graded
road; thence N 0 deg 22' 40" W along
said E right of way line, a county graded
road, 407.91 ft to a point at the intersec-
tion of said E right of way line and the N
right of way line of Pine Circle Road (a
50 ft right of way); thence N 89 deg 45'
09" E, along said N right of way line of
Pine Circle Road, 409.58 ft; thence N 0
deg 20'47" W, 386.08 ft to the POINT OF
BEGINNING; thence continue N 0 deg 20'
47" W 223.04 ft; thence N 67 deg 53'57"
E, 555.58 ft to a point on the Southwest-
erly right of way line of Pine Circle Road
(a 50 ft right of way), said point being
also on the arc of a curve concave to the
left, having a total central angle of 31 deg
04' 20" and a radius of 478.50 ft; thence
Southwesterly along the arc of said curve,
also along the Southwesterly right of way
line of Pine Circle Road, 139.86 ft; thence
S 49 deg 24'28" W, 472.08 ft, thence S
88 deg 47'07" W, 225.65 ft to the POINT
OF BEGINNING, said lot containing 3.14
acres, more or less, and lying wholly
within the NE 1 of the SW 1.
SUBJECT TO Deed of Restrictions as re-
corded in O/R Book 46, page 32 public
records of Baker County, Florida.
I shall offer this property for sale, at the front
entrance of the Baker County Courthouse, 339 E.
Macclenny Ave. in Macclenny, FL, County of Baker,
State of Florida, on September 21, 2010 at the hour
of 11: 00a.m., or as soon thereafter as possible. I
will offer for sale all of the party named in the Writ
of Execution, Luis A. Cordova, III, right, title and
interest in the aforesaid real property, at public
auction and will sell the same, subject to taxes, all
prior liens, encumbrances and judgments, if any,
to the highest and best bidder for CASH IN HAND.
The proceeds to be applied as far as may be to the
payment of costs and the satisfaction of the above
described execution. (NOTE: In accordance with
the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing special accommodation to par-
ticipate in this proceeding should contact the Baker
County Sheriff's Office at (904) 259-0245 prior to
the date of the sale.)
JOEY B. DOBSON,
Sheriff of Baker County, Florida
By: Pamela L. Davis, D.S
8/19-9/9
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

The Baker County Board of Commissioners will be
accepting applications until 12:00 pm on Septem-
ber 8, 2010 for one (1) temporary heavy equipment
operator position with the Baker County Road De-
partment. Must have valid driver's license with a
good driving record. Must have a minimum of three
(3) years motor grader experience. You may pick
up applications at the County Administration Of-
fice, located at 55 North Third Street, Macclenny,
FL 32063.
The Baker County Board of Commissioners reserves
the right to reject any and all applications.
8/26-9/2
HIGGINBOTHAM'S TOWING & RECOVERY
7611 WEST MT. VERNON
GLEN ST. MARY, FL. 32040
Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (904) 259-6146
The following vehicle will be sold at public auction
September 17, 2010 at 10:00 am, at Higginbo-
tham's Towing & Recovery, 7611 West Mt. Vernon,
Glen St. Mary, FL. 32040.
1999 Buick 4 dr
VIN #2G4WS52MOX1544722
9/9


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 02-2009-CA-0177
C.U.B. LAND TRUST,
a Florida Land Trust,
Plaintiff,
and
WILLIAM M. LARA,
Defendant.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated August 16, 2010
and entered in Case No. 02-2009-CA-0177 of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for
Baker County, Florida, wherein C.U.B. LAND TRUST,
a Florida Land Trust, is the Plaintiff, and WILLIAM
M. LARA is the Defendant, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at FRONT STEPS IN
FRONT OF THE BAKER COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
11:00 AM, on the 16th day of September, 2010, the
following described property as set forth in said Fi-
nal Judgment:
Parcel "C" Cedar Ridge North of Private
Rd. 10 acres
A parcel of land containing a total area
of 10.01 acres, more or less, lying, be-
ing and situate in Section 32, township
2 South, Rage 21 East, Baker County,
Florida, more particularly described as
follows:
COMMENCE at the Northwest corner of
Section 5, Township 3 South, Range 21
East, and run south 02 degrees 55 min-
utes 21 seconds East, along the West line
of said Section 5, a distance of 2436.36
feet; thence run North 88 degrees 15
minutes 40 seconds East a distance of
2595.26 feet; thence run North 61 degrees
38 minutes 54 seconds West a distance of
1504.11 feet; thence run North 02 degrees
32 minutes 47 seconds West a distance of
204.03 feet; thence run North 60 degrees
05 minutes 55 seconds East a distance of
900.78 feet; thence run North 02 degrees
32 minutes 50 seconds West a distance of
979.45 feet; thence run South 88 degrees
20 minutes 16 seconds West a distance of
244.19 feet; thence run North 87 degrees
30 minutes 02 seconds West a distance of
156.10 feet; thence run North 75 degrees
38 minutes 32 seconds West a distance of
418.47 feet; thence run South 86 degrees
04 minutes 36 seconds West a distance of
349.85 feet; thence run North 42 degrees
23 minutes 59 seconds West a distance
of 427.31 feet to the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING of the hereinafter described parcel
of land: thence run North 50 degrees 00
minutes 11 seconds West a distance of
580.06 feet; thence run North 37 degrees
23 minutes 26 seconds East a distance of
739.43 feet to the intersection with the
Westerly right-of-way line of a 60.00 foot
county maintained grade road (known lo-
cally as Cowpen Road); thence run South
52 degrees 36 minutes 34 seconds East,
along said Westerly right of way line, a
distance of 579.46 feet; thence run South
37 degrees 23 minutes 26 seconds West
a distance of 765.81 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING.
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on
August 23rd, 2010.
AL FRASER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk
Russell A. Wade III, Esq.
RUSSELL A. WADE III, P.A.
15 SE 6th Place
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/26-9/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 02-2010-CA-0115
COUNTRY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION,
A Federal Credit Union,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN A. GRINER, I and
TERESA L. GRINER, his wife.
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above
styled cause, in the Circuit Court of Baker County,
Florida, I will sell the property situate in Baker Coun-
ty, Florida, described as follows:
Parcel 7-A
Part of the NW 1 of the NW 1 of Sec-
tion 19, Township 2 South, Range 22
East, Baker County, Florida, and being
more particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest corner of
said Section 19; thence S 0033'51" E
on the West line of said Section 19, a
distance of 468.7 feet to the Point of
Beginning: thence continue S 0033'51"
E on said West line a distance of 140.15
feet; thence N 89037'57" E a distance of
354.77 feet; thence N 0022'23" W a dis-
tance of 105.15 feet; thence N 8444'26"
W a distance of 356.98 feet to the Point
of Beginning. Also known as parcel 7-
A, North Forty. ALONG WITH a 1996
Destiny Omni Doublewide Mobile Home
#050357A and #050357B.
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for
cash, at the front door of the Baker County Court-
house, Macclenny, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on Sep-
tember 21, 2010.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court on this
19th day of August, 2010.
T.A. "AL" FRASER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk
Frank E. Maloney, Jr, PA.
Attorney for Plaintiff
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, FL 32063
8/26-9/2
PUBLIC NOTICE
Please be advised that Baker County Board of
County Commissioners first meeting in September
has been rescheduled to SEPTEMBER 8, 2010 at
5:00pm to coincide with the required Budget Hear-
ing. For more information please call (904) 259-
3613.
9/2
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The Baker County District School Board will hold the
following PUBLIC HEARING on Monday, October 4,
2010, in the Baker County School Board Meeting
Room located at 270 South Boulevard East, Mac-
clenny, Florida, beginning at 6:30 p.m.


Approval of the following School Board
Policy:
5.105 Dating Violence and Abuse
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED AND ENCOURAGED TO
ATTEND.
The documents will be available for preview at
the Baker County School Board Office located at
270 South Boulevard East, Macclenny, Florida be-
ginning Wednesday, August 25, 2010 (8:30 a.m.
-3:00 p.m.).
Sherrie Raulerson
Superintendent of Schools


8/26-9/30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2010-DR-390
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
PAUL C. WILKERSON,
Petitioner/Husband,
and
MARSHA M. WILKERSON,
Respondent/Wife.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Marsha M. Wilkerson
A dissolution of marriage action has been com-
menced against you in the Circuit Court of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for Baker County, Flor-
ida, entitled In Re the Marriage of Paul C. Wilkerson
and Marsha M. Wilkerson.
You are required to file written defenses with the
clerk of the court and to serve a copy on petitioner's
attorney within 30 days after the first publication
of this notice. Petitioner's attorney is E. Barbara
Baris, Mannikko & Baris, P.O. Box 1667, Macclenny,
Florida 32063.
Dated on: August 26, 2010
AL FRASER
AS CLERK OF THE COURT
By /s/Tammy A. Lovingood
As Deputy Clerk
9/2-9/23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 02-2010-DR-0332
IN RE: THE MATTER OF:
BREA JADE GENTRY, DOB 4-25-2004, and
BRAYDEN ELIAS HOLLOWAY, DOB 3-28-2007,
Minor children.


AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ELIZABETH NICOLE GENTRY
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
4960 RICHARDSON ROAD
GLEN ST. MARY, FLORIDA 32040
ROBBIE HOLLOWAY
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
DARRELL WAYNE GENTRY
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Verified Petition for
Temporary Custody of Minor Children by Extended
Family Member has been filed in this court. You are
required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to the action on the Petitioner's attorney whose
name and address is Hugh D. Fish, Jr. at P.O. Box
531, Macclenny, Florida 32063, on or before Sep-
tember 24, 2010, and file the original of the writ-
ten defenses with the Clerk of Court either before
service or immediately thereafter. Failure to serve
and file written defenses as required may result in a
judgment or order for the relief demanded, without
further notice.
WITNESS my hand and Seal of this Court on this
19th day of August, 2010.
Al Fraser
as Clerk of the Court
BY: Sherri Dugger
Deputy Clerk
Hugh D. Fish, Jr.
Attorney at Law
34 S. 5th Street
Macclenny, FI 32063
Pone 904-259-6606
9/2-9/24
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE PERMIT
The Department of Environmental Protection gives
notice of its intent to issue an Environmental Re-
source/mitigation bank permit (#0288852-001) to
the Bayfield Mitigation, LLC to establish the Bayfield
Mitigation Bank (SMB) on a +1994.64 acre parcel.
The project includes the preservation of the site and
the restoration or enhancement of a mosaic of up-
land and wetland communities described as longleaf
pine/xeric oak, mesic pine flatwoods, hydric pine
flatwoods, ecotone, cypress dominated or mixed
wetland forest depressions, and mixed slough and
stream swamp. Credits generated may be used as
mitigation for future unavoidable wetlands impacts
to these natural or disturbed communities within
the service area. Restoration and enhancement will
be accomplished by installing ditch blocks and low
water crossings, removing -1/2 ac. of fill road and
associated ditches, thinning and removal of planted
pine, reducing woody shrub density, decreasing
bedding impacts, planting longleaf pine and peren-
nial groundcover species, supplemental planting of
cypress, hardwood and mixed wetland forest veg-
etation in appropriate habitats, and implementing a
long-term management program including frequent
prescribed burns. The mitigation was assessed
by the Uniform Mitigation Assessment Method
(UMAM; Chapter 62-345, F.A.C.) as having a po-
tential of 280.77 freshwater credits (108.10 Hydric
Flatwoods/Wet Prairie Credits (38.50%) and 172.67
Forested Wetland Credits (61.50%)).
BMB is located in Columbia County, north of Lake
City, and east of White Springs just east of Hwy 441.
BMB site is specifically located in Sections 28-30,
32, and 33, Township 01N, Range 17E. It lies within
the Upper Suwannee River Basin Hydrologic Unit
Code (HUC) with a small portion draining west di-
rectly to Suwannee River but most of the site drain-
ing south and east to Little Creek (a tributary of the
Suwannee), Class III waters. It has a mitigation ser-
vice area incorporating portions of Baker, Columbia,
Suwannee, and Hamilton Counties.
The application and draft permit is available for
public inspection during normal business hours at
the Department's Office of Submerged Lands and
Environmental Resources, Bob Martinez Building,
2600 Blair Stone Road, MS 2500, Tallahassee, FL,
32399-2400
A person whose substantial interests are affected
by the Department's proposed permitting deci-
sion may petition for an administrative proceeding
(hearing) in accordance with Sections 120.569 and
120.57, Florida Statutes. The petition must contain
the information set forth below and must be filed
(received) in the Office of General Counsel of the
Department at 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000, within 21 days
of publication of this notice. Petitioner shall mail a
copy of the petition to the applicant at the address
indicated above at the time of filing. Failure to file
a petition within this time period shall constitute a
waiver of any right such person may have to request
an administrative determination (hearing) under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes.
The Petition shall contain the following information:
(a) The name, address, and telephone number of
each petitioner, the applicant's name and address,
the Department Permit File Number and the county
in which the project is located; (b) A statement of
how and when each petitioner received notice of
the Department's action; (c) A statement of how
each petitioner's substantial interests are affected
by the Department's action (changes to the condi-
tions placed on this permit); (d) A statement of the
material facts disputed by Petitioner, if any; (e) A
statement of facts which petitioner contends war-
rant reversal or modification of the Department's
action (changes to the conditions placed on this
permit); (f) A statement of which rules or statutes
petitioner contends require reversal or modification
of the Department's action (changes to the condi-
tions placed on this permit); and (g) A statement of


the relief sought by petitioner, stating precisely the
action petitioner wants the Department to take with
respect to the Department's action.
Persons whose substantial interests will be affected
by the permit have the right to petition to become a
party to the proceeding. The petition must conform
to the requirements specified above and be filed (re-
ceived) within 21 days of publication of this notice
in the Office of General Counsel at the above ad-
dress of the Department. Failure to petition within
the allowed time frame constitutes a waiver of any
right such person has to request a hearing under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S., and to partici-
pate as a party to this proceeding. Any subsequent
intervention will only be at the approval of the pre-
siding officer upon motion filed pursuant to Rule
28-5.207, F.A.C.
Mediation is not available.
9/2


I


'thursday, September 2, 2010


Page 6





Thursday, September 2, 2010

CIRCUIT COURT


Three years for drug trafficking


A circuit judge ordered a Glen of the plea pact.
St. Mary woman to prison for a Officials at the county's Pre-K
mandatory three years school reported suspi-
after she pleaded no cious bruising on the vic-
contest in circuit court tim to the Department of
on August 24 to twin Children and Families.
counts of drug traffick- Court records show the
ing. boy had severe bruising
Krystal Cannon, 32, about the buttocks, and
will be on probation another relative gave
three years following re- both DCF and police in-
lease from prison. Judge criminating statements.
Peter Seig of Gainesville Mr. Dennie has a
also ordered her to pay criminal record that in-
$598 in investigative ecludes domestic battery,
costs associated with stalking, trespass and
two controlled drug KrystalCannon traffic violations.
buys late last year. Judge Seig withheld adjudica-
Court records show sheriffs tion of guilt.
investigators arranged through In other cases from August
a confidential source to buy 17 24:
Lorcet pills from the defendant David Zipperer pleaded no
on November 25 for $50, and 22 contest to grand theft and will be
pills for $60 on Decem- on probation three years.
ber 22. Both buys took He was also given credit
place at Dixie trailer for 117 days he spent in
park in Macclenny. county jail.
Ms. Cannon has a Judge Seig ordered
prior record for selling him to pay $598 in court
marijuana and selling costs and $3000 restitu-
tobacco to a minor. tion to the victim from
In other sentencing whom he stole jewelry.
that day, Joseph Dennie, The state dropped
35, of Sanderson drew an armed burglary count
an 18-month proba- against Amanda Ken-
tion for child abuse and nedy and allowed her
violation of a protective Joseph Dennie to plead no contest to
injunction, double charges of grand
He pleaded no contest to beat- theft.
ing his 5-year-old stepson with a She was placed on a five-year
pvc pipe in February of this year. probation and ordered to under-
He was reportedly upset with go substance abuse counseling
the boy over poor school perfor- and take parenting classes. The
mance. judge withheld adjudication of
The state dropped a second in- guilt.
junction violation charge as part Wayne Jefferson pleaded no


Mom DUI, had


daughter in vehicle


The sheriff's department
charged an Ocklawaha, FL wom-
an with drunk driving after her
swerving vehicle was stopped on
Interstate 10 near Macclenny the
evening of August 29.
Deputy Patrick McGauley said
he observed the 2001 Honda
driven by Catherine Saunders,
32, drift several times across lane
lines as it headed eastbound just
before lo:oo.
The officer said he detected an
odor of alcohol coming from Ms.
Saunders when he questioned
her, and she spoke with slurred
speech and gave conflicting sto-
ries as to her destination.
She failed one field sobriety
test before cursing the deputy
and refusing to submit to others,
and was taken to countyjail.
There she later registered
.107 on a breathalyzer. The state
considers .08 the threshold for
drunk driving.
Arrangements were made for
a relative to pick up Ms. Saun-
ders' 11-year-old daughter and a
dog in the vehicle with her. The
daughter told Deputy McGauley
her mother had stopped at conve-
nience stores for alcohol enroute
from Tallahassee and she had ad-
monished her mother about her
erratic driving, only to be told to
"shut up."
An unopened container of al-
cohol was found in the Honda.
In other arrests, all of them for
shoplifting:
A 17-year-old male from
Glen St. Mary was identified by
a store clerk via a photo line-up
as the person who stole a package
of T-shirts from the BP station in
downtown Macclennyjust before
midnight on August 23.
A criminal complaint was
forwarded to the state attorney's
office. The shirts were valued at
$38.
Andrea Brooks, 20, of Bry-
ceville was named in a complaint
for stealing a belt from Walmart
the evening of August 28. A store
security worker watched as she
tore a tag from it and attempted
to leave the store wearing it.
The woman was not taken to
jail because she had a young child
at home.
A surveillance tape and li-
cense number were turned over


to police following a shoplifting
at Murphy Oil on South 5th St. in
Macclenny the early afternoon of
August 25.
A white female with red hair
entered the store accompanied
by a male, and she went behind
the counter and took a carton of
cigarettes valued at $52.
They drove away in a red
Dodge van.


contest to reckless driving, driv-
ing on a suspended or revoked
license and two counts of felony
criminal mischief.
Judge Seig sentenced him to
a half year in county jail less 92
days already served, followed by
a three-year probation. He will
pay $598 in court costs and resti-
tution will be determined later.
Misty Weed admitted to vio-
lating probation in robbery cases
dating back to 2004 and the
judge replaced probation with
two years on monitored house
arrest.
An interpreter was needed as
Evelio Sanchez entered a no con-
test plea to aggravated battery on
another inmate at county jail. He
was ordered to pay $598 in costs
and given credit for 134 days al-
ready served.
Other sentencing, these from
criminal felony court on August
17:
Judge Rosier ordered a four-
year probation for Harriett Jor-
dan, who pleaded no contest to
drug trafficking and trafficking
in oxycodone. She will also pay a
$220 investigative fee.
A similar probationary term


will be served by Kristopher Legg
for grand theft. He will also pay
restitution to his victim, and the
amount will be determined later.
Joseph Marek received a
six-month term in county jail fol-
lowed by one year on probation
after pleading to burglary and
grand theft.
The state dropped an armed
burglary charge and allowed Jar-
ell White to plead no contest to
twin counts of grand theft. Judge
Rosier ordered a five-year pro-
bation, 1oo hours of community
service and that the defendant get
a GED degree and go to school or
seek employment full time.
Aaron Dehart pleaded no
contest to three drug-related
counts and was ordered to coun-
tyjail for one year, less 155 days
already served. He will be on pro-
bation a year following release,
and must undergo treatment for
substance abuse and pay a $270
investigative cost.
Joshua Davis pleaded no
contest to grand theft and will be
on probation four years. Judge
Rosier ordered restitution of
$1400 to the victim.


Dr. Nancy E. Davie
Licensed Mental Health Counselor

259-1758 117 S. Fifth St.
Marital Stress Depression Anxiety
Trauma ADHD Eating Disorders
S Addiction Behavioral Relationships



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Baker County Fair


Stair S eaircli
Amateur Talent Contest

Saturday, October 9th 7:00 P.M.
Baker County Fairgrounds
Junior Category ages 4 15
Adult Category ages 16 & over
Applications due by September 20t
Mail applications to: Baker County Fair
PO Box 492
Macclenny, FL 32063
1s" Place $75 2nd Place $50
Trophies Adult & Child Category
Out of town judges
Contestants will be judged on talent,
originality & presentation.

Name:
Address:
Phone:
Talent:
No. of participants

When your application is received you will be notified by the
fair association.


Baker County






Queer


Pageant

Monday, October 4 7:00 P.M.
AT THE FAIRGROUNDS
NO ENTRY FEE-
APPLICANTS MUST BE 15-18 YEARS OF AGE
EVENING GOWNS ONLY
$50 Cash Prize Crown, Trophy, Sash for winner
Fill out the application and mail by September 20, 2010 to:
Fair Queen Pageant
P.O. Box 492
Maccleny, FL 32063
Name:
Address:
Age: Phone:
The Baker County Fair Association abides by the rules and regulations
of the Miss Florida Teen Pageant. A copy of the rules will be given to
each contestant. The committee will contact you after your application
has been received. Thank you for your participation.


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


CITY OF MACCLENNY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS REGARDING
ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN LANDS CONTIGUOUS
TO THE CITY OF MACCLENNY AND COMPANION
AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY'S FUTURE LAND USE
MAP AND ZONING MAP

The City Commission of the City of Macclenny, Florida shall consider Ordinance No. 10-10, "ABILL TO BE
ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO ANNEXATION; PROVIDING FOR THEANNEXATION OF
CERTAIN LANDS CONTIGUOUS TO THE CITY OF MACCLENNY; PROVIDING FOR ACCEPTANCE
OF A VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION REQUEST FROM AMERICAN ENTERPRISE BANK OF FLORIDA
OF PARCELS 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0230, 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0030, AND 08-3S-22-0000-0000-0035;
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE." The Subject Property consists of approximately 3.18 acres
located on the east side of State Road 121, south of Interstate 10 interchange (see map below).

SYNOPSIS: Ordinance No. 10-10 involves an application for voluntary annexation of approximately
3.18 acres into the City of Macclenny. The Subject Property's Future Land Use Map ("FLUM") and
Zoning Map designations shall be changed from its Baker County designations to equivalent City
categories. Ordinance No. 10-10 will cause the Subject Property to be classified Industrial on the City's
FLUM and Industrial, Warehouse on the City's Zoning Map.

FIRST READING: A public hearing on the first reading
of the proposed Ordinance will be held on Tuesday, A
September 14, 2010 in the City Commission Chambers at
City Hall, 118 EastMacclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida. N .~rst
There shall be no vote by the City Commission regarding
this Ordinance at this meeting. The City Commission
meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. and the public hearing
will be held shortly after the meeting is called to order.
Interested persons may appear at the hearing and be heard
regarding the adoption of the proposed amendment.

COMMISSION VOTE: A public hearing requiring City
Commission action onthe proposed Ordinance willbe held
on Tuesday, September 28, 2010 in the City Commission
Chambers at City Hall, 118 East Macclenny Avenue, -- .. -
Macclenny, Florida. The City Commission meeting will
begin at 6:00 p.m. and the public hearing will be held
shortly after the meeting is called to order. Interested
persons may appear at the hearing and be heard regarding
the adoption of the proposed annexation. Jry Jo S-ee

The complete legal description by metes and bounds
and the proposed Ordinance may be obtained from the
office of the City Clerk at City Hall on Monday through Friday during regular business hours. Should any
person decide to appeal any decision made as a result of this hearing, such person will need a record of the
proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record of these proceedings is made. In accordance with
the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation or an interpreter to participate
in this proceeding should contact the City Manager at ('114) 259-0972 at least 48 hours prior to the time of
the hearing.





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Vystar chief: affinity for rural areas


KELLEY LANNIGAN
FEATURES
features@bakercountypress.com
"I have a particular affinity
for small rural communities like
Macclenny," said Terry West,
president and CEO of Vystar
Credit Union in a talk to the Baker
County Rotary Club August 11.
"When I come to such places, I
feel at home," he said.
Establishing a Vystar branch
in Macclenny and similar com-
munities is a source of personal
pride for Mr. West.
He recalled spending his for-
mative years in a rural commu-
nity and how that came to play
a significant role in the path his
career ultimately took and his
personal commitment to help-
ing people with their financial
needs.
Mr. West grew up in a farm-
ing town in North Carolina, the
youngest of four children. His
father worked on a tenement to-
bacco farm.
"The area where I grew up was
the type of place where you often
saw crops growing right up to the
sides of the farm houses," said
Mr. West.
His family was poor. Farming
took a tole on his father's health
so he switched to driving for the
Gulf Oil Company, delivering
heating oil to private homes.
Mr. West's oldest sister taught
him to read before he began first
grade.
Learning would come easy to
the young boy and as the years
passed, his teachers had a pro-
found impact on his life.
"Being 'a poor kid' among a
student body of smart, rich kids
was frustrating for me, I admit,"
said Mr. West. "In spite of that I
liked learning. I liked my teach-
ers and I made good grades. By
the time I reached eighth grade, I
knew I wanted to be a teacher."
But becoming a teacher meant
going to college and college cost
money; money his parents did
not have.
In a twist of fate, his next door
neighbor was a retired state sena-
tor and one of his father's clients


PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Vystar president Terry West.


was the president of First Citi-
zen's Bank of North Carolina.
Both men wrote letters on his
behalf which helped him secure
grants and full scholarships to
attend North Carolina State. He
majored in mathematics and
earned a teaching certificate,
becoming the first person in his
family to attend and graduate
from college.
Teaching salaries were mea-
ger. In the summer he tutored
students and taught at a commu-
nity college. He remembers going
to the grocery store and looking
at the fruit.
"I could have apples or ba-
nanas, but I couldn't afford both.
I had to make a choice," he said.
One summer, a serious ac-
cident rendered him unable to
perform his supplemental sum-
mer work and he couldn't pay his
apartment rent.


Desperate for money to tide
him over until his first paycheck
of the new school year, he turned
to the First Citizen's Bank, whose
president had helped him get his
scholarship. He asked for a $200
loan.
The bank did not make loans
for such small amounts, but since
he was a teacher, they sent him
to the state credit union where
he was eligible to borrow money
against his retirement.
"I didn't even know what
a credit union was," said Mr.
West.
Four years later he went to
work for the credit union as a
loan officer. In 1988, he became
vice president of member ser-
vices for Jax Navy Credit Union
- later Vystar.
He became Vystar's president
and chief executive officer in
1991.


Mr. West believes his "apples
or bananas" experience helped
him understand that small com-
munities have an important need
for a good financial institution
with the customer's best interest
as its priority.
"Vystar's goal for communities
like Macclenny is to do all we can
to understand their particular
needs. Our people come to work
everyday with that goal in mind.
"It is important to have a pas-
sion for what you do. My father
taught me that. Teaching was
something I liked, but I can say
that credit unions and the people
they serve is what I love."
Vystar today is one of the larg-
est credit unions in the country
and originally began as Jax Navy
Federal Credit Union, which
served military and civil service
members.
In 2001 it became the largest
state chartered financial institu-
tion headquartered in Florida
and "federal" was dropped from
the name.
In 2002, the credit union's
name was officially changed to
Vystar. Approval was received
from the State of Florida to open
membership to anyone living or
working within the five county
area including Baker, Duval, Clay,
Nassau and St. Johns Counties.
The Macclenny branch opened
in 2003.


A belated aewell to


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Mayo


at the


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at

2:00 pm


I would like to thank all my friends and family (es-
pecially my husband, Phil and son, Klate) for all
their support during my campaign. I have truly
enjoyed spending time with the citizens of Baker
County. This has been an exciting and wonderful
learning experience!
Sincerely,
Jeana Walker Duval
Paid political advertisement paid for and approved by Jeana Duval (R) for County Commission Dist. 4.






















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SOCIAL&SCHOOL


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9
SEPTEMBER 2, 2010


SOCIAL NOTICE SUBMISSION INFORMATION CONTACT US
Birth announcements, wedding notices and social events (military service notes and school graduations) must By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our office located at 104 S. Fifth Street,
be submitted within four weeks of the event. All news and advertising must be submitted to the newspaper
office prior to 5:00 p.m. on the Monday prior to publication, unless otherwise noted or arranged. It is requested Macclenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
that all news items be typed or emailed to insure accuracy in print. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.com


Douglass reunion
The annual Douglass family
reunion will be Sunday, Septem-
ber 19 at the Lake Butler Commu-
nity Center, 155 NW Third Street,
Lake Butler.
Activities will start at lo:oo am
and continue until 4:00 pm.


Crawford- Dowling
The annual Bart and Emma
Dowling Crawford reunion will
be September 6 at the home of
J.L. and Annie Ruth Burnsed at
10846 Burnsed Crawford Road
in Glen St. Mary.
Lunch will be at 1:oo pm. Bring
a picnic lunch and enjoy the day
with us. For more information
call 259-6684.


Hodges reunion
The descendants of Russell
and Kate Hodges will hold their
annual reunion on Sunday, Sep-
tember 5 at 1:oo pm at the home
of Bo and Lori (Hodges) Turner.
For information contact Lori
at 275-2229 or Gary Hodges at
275-2547. Don't forget the kids'
swimsuits.


Mehl Franks

October 2 vows
Dave and Kathie Mehl of Lake
City announce the approaching
marriage of daughter Kristen
Lynn Mehl to Bradley Edwin
Franks of Macclenny. Bradley
is the son of Buddy Franks of
Macclenny and Lynn Bradley of
Newark, Oh.
The bride-elect is a 2005
graduate of Columbia High
School and a 2010 graduate of
LCCC nursing school. She is
currently employed at Lake City
Medical Center.
The future groom is currently
enrolled at Florida Gateway Col-
lege and employed by R & L Car-
riers in Jacksonville.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, October 2 at Parkview
Baptist Church in Lake City.
A reception will follow at the
Woman's Club of Lake City.

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PHOTO COURTESY OF KELLER INTERMEDIATE

FCAT scores earn

students trip to game
Twelve Keller students who scored a level 6 on the FCAT writing test last spring
were treated to a Jacksonville Suns baseball game August 15, courtesy of Larry
Burkins, owner of Burkins Chevrolet in Macclenny. Level 6 is the highest pos-
sible level for the test. Students rode to the game in a hummer limousine do-
nated by Dr. Meg Romeo. Parents met their children at the ballfield where they
enjoyed hotdogs, popcorn, peanuts and snow cones. Fourth grade teachers
Debbie Wilson and Ryan McGee and Keller assistant principal Bonnie Jones
chaperoned. Pictured front row from left are Noah Taylor, Ty Kelly, Haleigh
Beazzo, Elizabeth Reagan, Leah Kerce, Lacey Bell. Back Row from left are Ms.
Wilson, Nick Howell, Blake Dicks, Autumn Hutter, Camryn Payne, Kyrie Hol-
man, Delaney Harvey and Ms. Jones.


Born July 29th
Taylor Shae Griffin is pleased
to announce the birth of brother
Zane Cason on July 29, 2010
at Memorial Medical Center in
Jacksonville. Zane weighed 9
lbs. and was 20" long.
Proud parents are Timmy and
Christina Griffin of Macclenny.
Grandparents include Bobby
and Patricia Brogdon of Glen St.
Mary and Bobby and Faye Grif-
fin of Macclenny.


Zane Griffin


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Mr. and Mrs. Wilson

56th anniversary
Evangeline and Louis Wilson
of Macclenny will celebrate their
56th wedding anniversary on
September 4 with a dinner.
The Wilsons were married on
that date in 1954 in Folkston,
GA. They have two children, four
grandchildren and ten great-
grandchildren.

Built to order
The Baker County High School
construction/carpentry students
build pump houses, tool sheds,
storage building, picnic tables,
dog houses, bookshelves, etc.
- all at very reasonable prices.
Please contact Terry Clardy at
BCHS, 259-6286 ext. 10322.


1 0I .6 St

Macen
259563


STUDENT PROGRESSION ANNUAL REPORT

Florida Statute 1008.25(8)(b) mandates that the below data be provided to the public.
The promotion and retention policies for each school are referenced and available to
parents and students in the 2010-2011 Student Progression Plan.

District Results for BAKER COUNTY SCHOOLS

Students Scoring at Level 1 and Level 2 on the Reading Portion of the
Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT)
The following table shows FCAT Reading results for all students (all curriculum groups) tested during the
2010 administration of the FCAT in the district.
Number Percent
Total Number Percent Number Percent S t
Scoring at Scoring at
Grade Level Number Scoring at Scoring at Scoring at Scoring at Levels 1 Levels 1
Tested Level 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 2
3 421 29 6.89% 46 10.93% 75 17.81%
4 375 49 13.07% 49 13.07% 98 26.13%
5 367 55 14.99% 51 13.9% 106 28.88%
6 354 57 16.1% 64 18.08% 121 34.18%
7 341 34 9.97% 61 17.89% 95 27.86%
8 350 63 18% 105 30% 168 48%
9 389 109 28.02% 113 29.05% 222 57.07%
10 324 120 37.04% 97 29.94% 217 66.98%

Students Retained (not Promoted) in Grades 3 through 10
The following table shows the number and percentage of students retained, by grade, for all students in
grades 3 through 10 within the district.

Grade 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Number
Nube3 0 1 0 2 2 90 28
Retained
End-of-Year
End Year 432 367 367 366 354 352 398 336
Membership*
Percent 0.69% 0% 0.27% 0% 0.56% 0.57% 22.61% 8.33%
Retained

* End-of-year membership is the count of all students who are enrolled at the end of the year and for whom a
decision on promotion status is required and reported.

Number of Students Promoted for Good Cause, by Category of Exemption
This table shows the number of third-grade students who were exempted from the FCAT reading
requirement and promoted for good cause at the end of the 2009-2010 school year.


ELL/LEP Students with Students Students SWD Retained Students
Students with Disabilities Passing Demonstrating Once with Retained
Students with (SWD) not Passing Pin Once with o
Less than 2 (SWD) not Alternative Proficiency 2+ Years of Twice with 2 or
Less than 2 Tested on Asslternative through Remediation More Years of
Years in ESOL Assessment Remediation
rsin L FCAT per IEP Portfolio Remediation
0 3 13 0 4 8


Diabetic Foot Care and Diabetic Shoes
By Dr. John Coleman, Podiatrist Foot Specialist


ARE YOU DIABETIC?
You may be entitled to obtain a pair of Diabetic
shoes with inserts paid for by insurance. Before you
get your next pair of Diabetic shoes
ask some Questions:

1. How long has the company been fitting
for diabetic shoes?
J Dr. Coleman has been fitting and
dispensing Diabetic shoes over 15 years.


2. If I have a problem, where is your office
and who will take care of me?
Some companies use employees who
have no Health Care Degree. They
[. ~dispense shoes out of the trunk of their
car. If there is a problem with your
shoes or feet, you are on your own.
Dr. Coleman is Board Certified in
Diabetic foot care. He has lived and
had an office in in Macclenny for 24
years.
3. How do I get Diabetic shoes?
Dr. Coleman is the only provider in
Baker County who is certified to
evaluate your feet, prescribe your
shoes AND dispense your shoes.

For all your footcare needs call Dr John Coleman

Board Certified Podiatrist in Diabetic Foot Care

159 N. 3rd St. Macclenny, Fl

(904)259-5277





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OBITUARIES


Page


10
SEPTEMBER 2, 2010


CHURCH AND OBITUARY NOTICE INFORMATION CONTACT US
Obituaries must be submitted in a timely fashion and have a local connection. Pictures are printed with By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our office located at 104 S. Fifth Street,
obituaries free of charge. The newspaper reserves the right to publish photos based on quality. It is requested Macclenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
that all news items be typed or emailed to insure accuracy in print. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.com


Boston Dicks,
Army veteran
Boston Dicks, 82, of Mac-
clenny died Wednesday, Au-
gust 25, 2010 surrounded by his
family sing-
ing hymns
and praises
to God. He
was born in
Lulu, Flori-
da and had
resided in
Macclenny
for 81 years.
He worked
as a truck
driver with
Pilot Carri-
ers of Jack- c
sonville for
over 27 years.
Mr. Dicks enjoyed fishing,
and most of all serving God at
his local church, First Baptist
Church of Glen St. Mary. He
was a member of the Teamsters
Local Union #512 of Jackson-
ville, an Army veteran of the Ko-
rean War, a former member of
the Baker County High School
Chain Gang and a member of
the first football team at Baker
County High School.
Survivors include loving wife
of 57 years, Betty L. Dicks of
Macclenny; sons Colon (Vickie)
Dicks of Glen St. Mary and Tim
(Sabrina) Patterson of Mac-
clenny; daughters Teresa Foster
of Rotunda West, Florida, Lisa
(Michael) Conner of Glen St.
Mary, Beverly (Jimmy) Mur-
phy of Demopolis, AL and Cathy
(Brad) Dopson of Macclenny;
brother Denver Dicks of Lake
City; 14 grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.
The funeral service was held
at 11:oo am August 28 at his
church with Rev. Randy Wil-
liams officiating, assisted by
Rev. Tim Patterson. Interment
followed at Macedonia Ceme-
tery. Pallbearers were Jeff Dicks,
Shane Conner, Adam Conner,
Jeremy Redman, Timmy Mur-
phy and P.J. Chance. Honorary
pallbearers were Floyd Conner,
Bud Hodges, Paul Chance, Larry
Altman, J.F. Beavers and Bryan
McDuffie.
Memorials may be made to
the American Kidney Founda-
tion, 6110 Executive Blvd., Suite
lolo, Rockville MD 20852.
Guerry Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.


First Baptist Church
of Sanderson
CR 229 S., Sanderson FL
Sunday School ....... 10:00 am
Sun. Morning Worship. 11:00 am
Sun. Evening Worship .. 6:00 pm
Wed. Eve. Bible Study .. 7:00 pm
Pastor Bob Christmas
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Mt. Zion N.C.
Methodist Church
121 North t 259-4461
Macclenny, FL
Pastor Tim Cheshire
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 pm


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


'Ducky' Douberly,
99, of Macclenny
Daisy "Ducky" Cason Dou-
blerly died peacefully at her
home in Macclenny on Tuesday,
August 31, 2010 at the age of 99.
She was the
14th child
born to
Thad and
Georgia Ca-
son of Ft.
White on
August 18,
1911. She
was preced-
ed in death
by her lov-
ing husband
of 56 years, Daisy Douberly
Lawrence
Douberly; 13 siblings and their
spouses.
Survivors include daughters
Jacqueline Harris of Gaines-
ville, Jean (Bobby) Sapp and
Venita Milton of Macclenny;
grandchildren Sandra (Steve)
Rhoden, Ronnie (Mary) Sapp,
Lynn (Tom) Quinlan, Larry (Pa-
mela) Harris, Melody (Doug)
Coggin, Donnie (Donna) Sapp,
Brenda (Mike) Davis, Jay Mil-
ton and Holly (Mark) Lee, 16
great-grandchildren; 10 great-
great-grandchildren; a host of
nieces and nephews.
The funeral service will be
September 2 at Guerry Funeral
Home Chapel with Brother O.E.
Boals and Brother James Scott
officiating. The viewing will be
one hour prior to the service.
Interment will follow at Wood-
lawn Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions may be make to the Florida
Baptist Children's Home, P.O.
Box 8190 Lakeland, Fl 33802
in loving memory of Daisy Dou-
berly.


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The Road
to Calvary
Corner of Madison & Stoddard
Glen St. Mary
Rev. Tommy & Doris Anderson
Youth Director Margie Howard
Phone: 904-259-2213
Sunday School:............ 10:00 am
Sunday Morning Service .... 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Service ..... 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night.......... 7:30 pm


Ms. McMahel
dies August 7
Lawanda Caprio McMahel,
95, of Jacksonville, and former-
ly of Macclenny, died August 7,
2010. She was born July 11, 1915
to Edward McMahel and Het-
tie Isabelle Roper. She was a
member of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints and
was preceded in death by son
Gerald Ryan Griffin Sr., sister
Alta Wallace and brother Doug-
las McMahel.
Survivors include niece La-
verne Goodman, Ramona Pug-
liese and Joe; special friends
Mr. and Mrs. Townsend; sister
Mickey and many other friends.
The funeral service was held
August 12 at Shepard Funeral
Home Chapel in Folkston at
11:00 am. Interment followed
at Riverside Memorial Park in
Jacksonville.

John Solesbee,
51, of Baldwin
John Robert Solesbee, 51, of
Baldwin died August 29, 2010.
He was born in Daytona Beach
to John Alvin Solesbee and the
late Anna Mae Beck on Novem-
ber 2, 1959. He enjoyed hunting,
drag racing, fishing and was a
NASCAR fan.
Survivors include father John
Solesbee; sister Sandra (Todd)
Jolly; one cousin.
The family will hold a private
memorial at a later date. Fer-
reira Funeral Services was in
charge of arrangements.

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Happy Birthday
Wanelle Crews
8/30/1982 8/30/2007
My Baby Sister
You're loved so much.
When a sister is as dear as
you,
there's just one thing to say
You'll always be special,
you'll always be loved,
just as you are today!
And we all miss you.
I LOVE YOU ALWAYS,
SHANNON

Heartfelt thanks
Our family would like to take
this opportunity to thank every-
one in Baker County for your
love and kindness since our loved
one's passing. Friends, neighbors,
church family. Our cup runneth
over and we are drinking from
the saucer. Sheriff Dobson and
staff, you went over and above
the call of duty it will not be
forgotten. The staff and rescue
from Fraser Hospital, thank you
for your kindness and effort. Our
time is not God's time but thank
you for the compassionate care.
The calls, visits, cards and food
have been overwhelming.
God's grace is sufficient
through your many prayers.
The Boston Dicks Family

Quitman cemetery
There will be a meeting at
Church of God by Faith in Sand-
erson September 2 at 6:00 pm
to discuss expansion options for
Quitman Cemetery.
Everyone with an interest in
the cemetery east of Sanderson is
invited and encouraged to come.

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Teams up for Komen Cure walk


In Loving Memory
of
Earnest B. Griffin
04/14/1953 8/31/2009
It's been a year since you've
been gone.
The way the sickness took
you away, only God could take
away those bad memories. Now
I am free in my heart, soul and
mind knowing that you are free
from the sickness and you are at
peace. Now I can be the woman
God called me to be. Thinking of
you on this day.
LOVE,
YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN
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Many thanks
We would like to thank all of
our friends and family, pallbear-
ers and the funeral services of V.
Todd Ferreira for all the love and
support they have shown during
the loss of our loved one. We ap-
preciate all of the food, flowers,
kind words and prayers during
our grief.
A special thanks to our pas-
tor Rev. Oral Lyons, Rev. Justin
Griffis, Rev. E.A. Holbrooks as
well as the Sanderson Congrega-
tional Holiness church for your
unfailing love and commitment
during this time. May God bless
and keep you! Continue to keep
us in your prayers.
Love,
The Family of
George W. Rhoden Sr.


$12,500

sought by

five ladies

KELLEY LANNIGAN
FEATURES
features@bakercountypress.com
Five very special Baker County
women are training for an equal-
ly special event: the Susan G.
Komen 3-Day for the Cure walk
October 23-25 in Atlanta.
The team is made up of Cindy
Raulerson, Christy Nowlen,
Robin Smith, Kelly Lowery and
Tricia Martin. Their T-shirts say
"60 miles and lots of smiles."
Over three days, walking 20
miles each day, they will com-
plete the 60-mile journey and
raise $12,500 for breast cancer
research.
The women can be seen most
days pounding the pavement on
the walking track at Memorial
Park in Macclenny. They rack up
the treadmill miles at Anytime
Fitness and sometimes on their
lunch break, they walk the roads
around Fraser Memorial where
they work.
"People frequently stop and
ask us about what we're doing,"
said Ms. Martin, the group's
team leader. "When we tell them
they say, 'I think you're crazy, but
it sure is for a good cause. Keep
up the good work!'"
At the beginning of 2010, the
women decided to walk together
for the health benefits. Shortly af-
ter that, Ms. Nowlen came across
the website for the 3-Day walk.
Ms. Nowlen realized that each
woman in her walking group has
been affected by breast cancer,
either directly or indirectly. Here
was a way to actually do some-
thing about stopping it.
"We should do this," she
thought.
She then requested a media kit
and after watching a DVD about
the event walk, they all agreed
it was something they could do.
Must do.

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"There wasn't any question.
If you watch that DVD and don't
want to participate in this walk,
then there is something wrong
with you!" Ms Martin declared
last week when she and her team
stopped by The Press before go-
ing for their daily training.
They've been training for a
little over six months and already
the team can walk 20 miles in a
single day. At one point, they de-
cided to just go for it and do 20
miles on the track in Memorial
Park. They started at 7:00 am.
They saw all kinds of people
come and go and quite a few
birthday parties begin and end,
but they did it.
Training is still first and fore-
most, but the group has been
focused on fund raising as well.
Each woman must raise $2,300
for the event.
Other teams have been train-
ing and fund raising throughout
the last year. The Baker County

anSderson Chlristi
Revival Center
Pastor: Harold Finley
Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday Service 11:00 am
Sunday Evening 6:00 pm
Wednesday Service 7:30 pm
Come see the exciting things
the Lord is doing.
_Corner oF Sapp Rd. and CR 229,


gals are attempting to reach their
goal in only half the time.
They've been holding garage
and bake sales, raffling gift bas-
kets and soliciting private dona-
tions. A few corporate donations
have been trickling in and on
September 25, an all-day com-
munity event at Heritage Park
will benefit their effort.
Along the route of the 3-day
walk through Atlanta, the teams
will stop at stations every three
miles for water, snacks and medi-
cal attention if necessary.
At the end of each segment is
a camp, complete with pink two-
person pup tents where they will
spend the night. The ladies will
be given dinner and treated to
an evening of music and other
entertainment.
Why is participating in the
Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the
Cure walk so important to these
women?
"Both of my grandmothers
passed away from breast can-


cer, one of whom had two aunts
pass from it. My entire life has
been shadowed by this. I have a
daughter and I want this to stop,"
said Ms. Martin.
"When we talk to women in
this community it is amazing
what we hear my mother, my
daughter, my aunt, my sister, my
friend everyone knows some-
one this disease has affected,"
said Ms. Nowlen.
The ladies also note that many
women in Baker County couldn't
afford certain health services
such as annual mammograms if
it weren't for funds provided by
the Susan G. Komen Founda-
tion.
"In this way we can help give
back to our community," they
said.
For more information call Tri-
cia Martin at 904-259-3151, ext.
2209.
Donations are appreciated and
can be sent to 159 N. Third Street,
to the attention of Ms. Martin.


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2004 YamahaBlaster $1700 OBO. 904-
813-8269. 9/2-9/9p
2009 Polaris Ranger 4x4, special edition
XP, black, very nice, like new, 120 hours,
lots of extras, $10,500 OBO. 591-2640.
8/5tfc
Three piece living room set, gold/cream
with brown wooden accents $100 OBO.
One stove, white $40. 259-3049.
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Bankruptcies, divorce, wills and any
other court documents prepared, no-
tary service. Call John Swanson at 257-
9033. 6/17tfc
Large solid pine office/computer desk,
$250.259-6162. 9/2-9/9p
Artists. Oils, acrylics, water colors,
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more. On sale now. The Office Mart, 110
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recliner on both ends, one love seat
rocker recliner, two recliner chairs,
brown/beige. All like new, $999. One
coffee table $150. Seven old clocks
$20-200 each. One Thomas series radio
$150, new. 904-259-5970, Jerry. 9/2p
Green leather couch and matching
sofa, show room quality, $550. 904-303-
7002. 9/2-9/9p
Old fashion mechanical derby yellow
horse for children, reasonable offer. 424-
9589, 259-6528. 9/2p
Perfect condition, 42" high top table set
with four chairs, $300 OBO. 259-2728.
9/2p





1985 Ford 150, 4x4, positive traction
rear-end, limit slip front end, four-speed
with granny gear, $1500 OBO. 259-4213
after 6:00 pm. 9/2p
1992 Chevy Astro Van, runs good, cold
A/C, high mileage $850 OBO. 653-2194.
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2009 Chevrolet Impala LT 43k miles,
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2007 Cadillac CTS, two to choose from,
low miles, loaded, AC, keyless remote,
leather interior, AM/FM/XM radio, On-
Star. As low as $18,254 904 422-3633.
9/2c
2004 Chevrolet Impala LS, low miles,
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only $8,995 904 422-3633. 9/2c
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Breast cancer fundraising event Satur-
day, September 25th, 9:00 am 6:00 pm
at Heritage Park. Family fun, food and
entertainment. If you are interested in a
booth or donating your musical talents,
please call 904-207-4829. 9/2-9/9p
Cleaning service, licensed and insured.
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Happy Jack Mange Medicine promotes
healing and hair growth to any mange,
bare spot, on dogs and horses without
steroids. Glen cash store. 259-2391.
www.happyjackinc.com 8/19-9/9p


Dogs: all types from puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $65 adoption fees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc
Beagles, four adult and four puppies,
three months old, all females, $50 each.
904-259-6426. 8/26-9/2p





Little dog found near College Street. Call
to identify. 904-654-0961. 9/2





Trail Ridge Hunting Club, still hunt or
dog hunt, just minutes from Macclenny.
Contact us at 904-608-3281 or 904-259-
4368. 8/26-9/2p





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which makes it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or discrimina-
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securing custody of children under 18.
This newspaper will not knowingly ac-
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hereby informed that all dwellings adver-
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an equal opportunity 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.
2000 Doublewide mobile home, 5 BR,
3 BA, fireplace and den, two porches on
one acre in the country, 15 minutes from
Macclenny. Make an offer, 259-2749.
9/2-9/9p
3 acres, high and dry, fish pond, homes
or mobile homes, set-up included, owner
financing. 912-843-8118. 2/22tfc
FSBO, 4 BR, 2 BA, 2486 SF, one acre lot/
Macclenny II. Built in 2007, $209,900.
904-545-1413. 9/2-10/7p
FSBO, 2500 SF brick home on five acres,
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fireplace, double garage and detached
garage workshop, asking $239,0000. Call
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FSBO, 3 BR, 2 BA 2008 mobile home
with two city lots in Glen St. Mary. Con-
tact 904-349-5299 for information.
9/2p
FSBO, 10 acre tract on Folsom Road,
fully wooded, high and dry, $99,900.
904-545-1413. 9/2-10/7p
3BR, 1BA home on 0.5 acre. Completely
remodeled. New metal roof, appliances,
flooring, large shed, gravel drive. 10357
North Clinton Ave, Glen. $114,999 OBO.
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2 BR, 1 BA mobile home, service ani-
mals only, $500/month, $500 deposit.
653-2157, 314-4762. 9/2-9/16p


2 BR, 2 BA mobile home, new H/A, new
appliances, extra clean, service animals
only, $650 deposit, $650/month. 259-
2121. 7/1tfc
3 BR, 1 BA mobile home, A/C, porch,
partially furnished in Macclenny with
oaks and pecan trees $300 deposit,
$575/month, six month lease. 863-602-
1264, Tom. Call after 4:00 pm on week
days, anytime on week-ends.
9/2p
Mobile homes. 2 and 3 BR, A/C, service
animals only, $500-$575 plus deposit.
904-860-4604. 3/17tfc
3 BR, 2 BA house in city limits, $800/
month, first, last and $300 security. 259-
2563. 8/12tfc


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Houses for rent, 2 and 3 bedrooms.
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2 BR, 1 /2 BA mobile home, $525/
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2 or 3 BR mobile home for rent on 1
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Beautiful 3 BR, 2 BA house in Mac-
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with pecan and oaktrees, $600 deposit,
$975/month. 863-602-1264, Tom. Call
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3 BR, 1 BA singlewide trailer, one acre
fenced yard, Glen St. Mary, $650/
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deposit. 813-3091. 9/2tfc
2 BR, 2 BA, $700/month, completely
remodeled, 2 BR, 1 BA $525. Both on
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2 BR, 1 BA apartment $600/month plus
$600 security. 259-6616. 8/26-9/2p
3 BR, 1 BA brick house on an oversized
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The Baker High Wildcats will
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Friday than they did against West
Nassau in the Kickoff Classic.
The varsity limped to a 7-3 win in
a penalty-strewn three quarters
of football.
Coach Ryan Sulkowski will
want to avoid those mental er-
rors when he hosts Crescent City
Friday at Memorial Stadium.
The Raiders made the playoffs
last season before losing to Trin-
ity Christian 42-10 in the first
round.
But this is not the same Raider
team that BCHS beat 41-7 in the
first game of last season and then
shook it off to win all but one of
their remaining regular season
games.
First year coach Quintin Lewis
is doing some serious rebuilding.
The Raiders were hit harder by
graduation than most teams.
They played with a very senior
heavy squad and are now paying
the price.
The Raiders lost 90 percent of


their offensive team to gradua-
tion and it tells, especially in the
running game.
"We have to fill a lot of holes,"
said Lewis. "We are looking at
starting a ninth grader at QB, and
a backfield with a combined total
of 75 carries between six guys."
Lewis does return some com-
petent receivers and plans to
throw the ball a little more than
the Raiders did last season. The
offensive line has some experi-
ence and Lewis thinks that with
good pass protection, the throw-
ing game could be "explosive."
Crescent City didn't get off to
a good start in its own classic,
however. They were shut out by
the Matanzas Pirates 10-0 away
from home.
Both the Raiders and the
Wildcats will want to correct
their mistakes and head into the
season with a win in game one
under their belts.
The Cats have the home field
advantage and that may be all
they need.


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Coach's reaction


The Wildcats take the field for the Kick-off Classic against West Nassau August 27 with head coach Ryan Sulkowski.


PHOTOS BY JUD JOHNSON


Cats win classic on final drive

More balanced attack against West Nassau


BOB GERARD I SPORTS
The term Kickoff Classic is
usually a misnomer. There's not
much "classic" in it. It's a grind it
out, test the limits, see who can
perform situation when coaches
on both sides of the field get a
chance to evaluate what they
have and what they haven't. It's a
start of the year pre-test.
That was certainly the case
August 27 at a rain-soaked Me-
morial Stadium where the varsity
Wildcats scraped out a 7-3 win
over the West Nassau Warriors.
The capacity crowd braved
the rain and humidity to get its
first glimpse of Ryan Sulkowski's
high-flying pass offense. They got
some of it, but in fits and starts.
Pouring rain is not conducive to
the passing game.
Fans discovered that quar-
terbacks Jeremy Wannamaker
and Kendrick Sampson can both
throw the ball, and there are re-
ceivers who can catch it. They
also saw the running game, which
at least on Friday night, looked
like a work in progress.
They found out the Wildcats'
small but quick offensive line
is still learning to pass protect.
They saw that Wannamaker can
run over people when he is forced
to scramble and that Sampson
has nerves of steel.
They also had to scratch their
heads and wonder what it is
about West Nassau that makes
the Warriors such a hard team
to play. Whether it's the nature
of the classic or the nature of the
Warriors, scheduling West Nas-
sau as a kickoff opponent guar-
antees a rough, tough game.
It doesn't matter who the
head coach is whether it's Carl
West or Bobby Johns or Ryan
Sulkowski West Nassau is a
headache in a classic.
They always seem to give the
Wildcats trouble, and that's not a


bad thing.
In
fact, that
makes
them a
very valu-
able pre-
season
opponent
because
they're
going to
test you.
It won't
be a flashy
game with
a lot of
points,
but it will
be a mea-
suring
stick by


No. 9 Maurice Baker an


which to
grade the
players.
It certainly was Friday night in
the rain and muck.
Here's my take on the team.
The passing game that we've
been hearing so much about is
promising.
Both Wannamaker and Samp-
son can air it out and Sampon's
arm strength is impressive.
The quarterbacks have a va-
riety of receivers from the rangy
Thomas Sirk and the quick Ken-
drick Singleton, all the way down
to sturdy fullback Ruben Jack-
son.
The line still has a way to go.
West Nassau put a lot of pres-
sure on whoever was calling sig-
nals and forced some scrambles.
Wannamaker in particular
demonstrated he could run the
ball with power when he left the
pocket.
He may have even chosen the
run in a couple of spots where
he could have stuck around and
found an open receiver.
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d No. 8 Malone Hadley of the Wildcat defense mount tackles against an Indian ball
carrier during the game last Friday.


rarely got a chance to demon-
strate his speed outside of the
tackle box.
But the kicking game was im-
pressive. Wannamaker booted it
out of the end zone on the kickoff
and nailed a 35-yard extra point
with plenty of room to spare.
It's business as usual for the
defense and that's a good thing.
They held the Warriors without
a touchdown and kept West Nas-
sau out of the end zone. Dakimby
Hogan picked up where he left
off last year and Hunter Sullivan
and Malon Hadley made some
big plays.
Mental wrinkles still need
ironing out before Friday's regu-
lar season opener.
It was a preseason game and
you could tell from the number of
penalties that players were strug-
gling to reach the speed of a game
situation.
The Cats made the plays when
it counted.
There were some fourth down
conversions, and Sampson's ex-
citing pass to Sirk in the corner
of the end zone with two seconds
on the clock at the end of the first
half electrified the crowd, the
sidelines and the players on the
field.


BOB GERARD I SPORTS
Coach Ryan Sulkowski's as-
sessment of Friday night's Kick-
off Classic was that it was a pre-
season game, pure and simple.
"It's a kickoff classic, that's
all you can say about it," said
Sulkowski, Baker High's first-
year football coach. "It was slop-
py, we made some mistakes, but
we also did some things pretty
well. These kind of games are
important in that theyjump start
your season. What really matters
is this Friday and we intend to
strap it on for Crescent City."
The Cats will meet the Raiders
for the second time in as many
years. Last season they pum-
meled Crescent City 47-7. The
Raiders went on to win 8 of 9
remaining games and make the
playoffs.
The Raiders have replaced
a lot of players from last year's
team (see related story). First
year coach Quintin Lewis ran the
defense for four years and knows
that he has a tough task on his
hands. He expects to start a fresh-
man quarterback and though
he has an experienced offensive
line, the team has weakness at
the running back position.
His experienced defense is
the team's bright spot and for
the Wildcats the same is true.
Though he was generally pleased
with the defensive performance,
there were some other elements
of the game that irritated the new
Wildcat head coach.
"We made some critical mis-
takes and some penalties that
hurt us. We have to protect the
football. Sometimes improve-
ment is as simple as the snap."


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Sulkowski is determined that
the Cats "stay on schedule" and
continue to practice hard all
week long. "We fumbled at the
beginning of practice on Thurs-
day and did the same thing again
on Friday. Hopefully they'll get it
into their heads that you play like
you practice."
West Nassau is a difficult team
to play and they gave the Wild-
cats some difficulties.
Though he mentioned the
Trinity Conquerors, the week
two opponents and state runners
up, Sulkowski is working hard
to keep his players from looking
ahead.
"I tell them that the Crescent
City game is the most important
game of the season because it is
the one we are playing this week,"
he said.
Expect to see some new wrin-
kles in the game with a variety
of pass patterns, including an
empty backfield.
Though the Cats will throw
the ball as much as necessary,
Sulkowski is also known for cul-
tivating looo-yard rushers. But
unlike other Wildcat teams of
the past, he has a different view
of what characterizes a running
game. Sulkowski is quick to point
out that he considers some of the
short dump passes to the running
backs tantamount to a running
play.
He also expects the special
teams to play an important part
in the game. "We spend an hour
and 45 minutes a week work-
ing on special teams in practice.
That's probably more than any
other team in the state."


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for County Commissioner District 2


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