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Title: The Baker County press
Uniform Title: Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Tate Powell
Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Publication Date: 01-05-2012
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Macclenny (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Baker County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Baker -- Macclenny
Coordinates: 30.283333 x -82.116667 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Apr. 12, 1929.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 39 (Jan. 2, 1931).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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rrfntbrfbfrfrr 75 JANUARY 5, 2012THURSDAY T B C P 82nd Year, Vol. 36 Winner of 7 state awards for journalism excellence in 2010JOEL ADDINGTONNEWS EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.comThere was a last-minute rush elections office in Macclenny ister for the Republican presiary 31. Deputy Supervisor of Elecof the Republican Party. tem prohibits Democrats from licans can cast a ballot in the The winner of the primaObama in November. Republican nominee, whomever he is, rather than vote for vote in the primary as of late from January 21 to January 28. County commissioners Minatures. For more information, elections.com. 27 for possession of inufacture methamphetamines. Michael Anthony Department of Corrections year probation for burHe has been out of prisNassau counties. He was in a vehiHunter, 25, of Macnor were other occupants Cassonville with possession of a miles per hour in a 60 zone. School board OKs step raises, bonuses with union contractsSee page 7 PHOTO BY JIM MCGAULEYThe 5000 square foot Woodys opened in 2008.Eighth grader wins college scholarship for governor essay See page 5 ONLINE POLL RESULTSMinimum wage is set to rise 36 cents January 1. Should there even be a minimum wage?58.7% Yes 39.1% NO 2.2% Undecided Girls nish second in Bishop Snyder tournament See page 14JOEL ADDINGTONNEWS EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.com nearly all of the contamithe site in late appear to be from the tract north of Macclenny off SR 121. The county spent some $36,000 at to such contaminants at concentrations other series of tests in the same area. in the samples is not uncommon for the site. ment plan. can affect the ter, however. The four new wells permit renewal. The current on February 17, 2012. but because SR 121Steel Bridge Road CR 23-CDeputy Dawg LaneBC Animal Control ment plan. to such contaminants at concentrations Test WellsLandll Boundary Despite a recent eviction notice for non-payment of more than Street. The restaurant business has been hurt worse than most because Tony Gray rf ntbtSee page 2 See page 2

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Page 2 T B C P ursday, January 5, 2012 JOEL ADDINGTONNEWS EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.comJustin Luke of Sanderson got a raise this week along with the estimated 250,000 minimum wage workers in Florida. As of January 1, the states hourly minimum wage increased 36 cents to $7.67 for non-tipped employees and to $4.65 for those receiving tips like waitresses and pizza delivery drivers. Mr. Luke, 20, began driving for Dominos Pizza on South 6th Street in Macclenny three weeks ago. Its not too bad. It helps out, he said of the raise, which will mean about $750 more a year. Mr. Luke said the weekly bump about $15 falls short of the $20 he needs to gas up for a shift, but its another day I can go to work and not have to worry so much about having enough gas to get through the day. Mr. Luke said most of the time customers tip, but sometimes they dont, and the extra miles on his SUV are also a consideration. Hes tallied 800 miles pizza delivery. If you pay close attention to what your doing and how you spend your money, you can make it work, he said. But were really appreciative of [the raise]. Reactions to the increase from local residents, gleaned from comments on The Press Facebook page, were mixed. Some like Talena Broughman of Sanderson think the raise is too small. You cannot buy a gallon of milk or loaf of bread or two gallons of gas with that, she commented. Others thought the minimum wage hike was unfair to higher wage earners or government employees, many of whom have not seen raises in recent years. Macclennys Julie Hines is employed at Northeast Florida State Hospital. While she said the minimum wage jump was not large enough, she also noted the last annual salary increase she received was about $1000 some four years ago. And taxes took half of it, said Ms. Hines. Still others feared that raising the cost of labor would lead to higher prices for goods and services produced by minimum wage workers. Is everyone going to get a raise? No. So why should the government dictate what companies are required to pay employees? They shouldnt, said Michael Wilcox, also of Sanderson. Raising the minimum wage will only For at least one restaurant owner, however, the higher minimum wage will not mean a pricing adjustment. Our menus have already been set so that wont affect us at all, said George Elias of Sixth Street Steakhouse, which employs about 10 waitresses earning minimum wage. In our case, well just have to pliers. We try to control costs that way, he said. Mr. Elias expects to see some increase in his vendors prices, but nothing drastic. If you keep them in check like I do I have three suppliers and play them off each other they cant take advantage of you, he said. Mr. Elias kept his menu prices steady last summer too, when the minimum wage rose 6 cents an hour. Florida law requires the states Department of Economic Opportunity to calculate a new minimum wage each year on September 30, based on the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index during the previous year. The CPI increased 4.9 percent between August 2010 and August 2011. Florida voters passed a constitutional amendment in 2004 to establish the states minimum wage, something Macclenny resident Anna Bell believes is a necessity. If the free market were left to decide wages, people would starve, she commented on The Press Facebook page. The people out there that work for minimum wage are taken for granted mum wage: $4.20 an hour. So its only gone up $3.50 in 20 years! Wow. COUNTRY FEDERALCREDIT UNION Get yourPLATINUM VISA Earn REWARD Points NO ANNUAL FEE 6 months 0% APR on balance transfers**With approved credit. See a customer service representative to sign up today! www.countryfcu.com 7.24% APR Treatment rooms are private and con dential. IMPLANTS ARE A PERMANENT SOLUTION TO MISSING TEETH! Call today for your FREE implant consultation!All work done in our Macclenny of ce, no referrals or driving to Jacksonville! Melissa Taylor, R.D.H. Dr. Carter, D.M.D HOLIDAY SPECIAL ON TEETH WHITENING 65% of all soft drink sales are made by kids under the age of 15 $149 Rooks General Store 121 N. in St. George, Ga ~ 912-843-2552 COPENHAGEN & SKOAL$3.79 can ~~ $16.99 a roll Timberwolf$1.49can Longhorn/Redman Snuff/Kayak99 canTennessee Chew & JD Brand$1.99 pouchMarlboro Special Blend/72s$34.99 ctn.Stokers Tub/ Stokers Chew$10.99Pall Mall $27.99 ctn. CHECK OUT OUR CIGARETTE SPECIALSpeople are not able to eat out nearly as much as they were able to do in the past, said Mr. Rhoden. The current lease is for five years, according to court records, with an option for two extensions of likened time periods. Mr. Rhoden is listed as guarantor for the corporate owner Macclenny Bar-B-Q. According to the Florida Department of Revenue, he is also in default dating back to 1999 for $7626 in unpaid sales tax and fees. The DOR warrant was filed in circuit court here in October. Felicia Stapleton, Mr. Rhodens daughter and secretary of Macclenny Bar-B-Q, said Woodys currently employs 46 people, a little less than previously. She also indicated that remaining workers have had hours trimmed due to sagging business. county must maintain a permit for the facility with the state. The permit stipulates the county must monitor the site through regular water quality testing, the results of which must be forwarded to state regulators. Mr. Darabi has applied for a permit renewal on the countys behalf and asked that the county be allowed to limit monitoring to the four new wells and two background wells. That would eliminate at least a dozen monitoring sites, which Mr. Fletcher said would mean a fully we get the gas monitoring reduced or eliminated, too, he said. Gas monitoring is performed to detect air contamination. Water sampling was conducted four times a year until 2009, when testing was reduced to twice annually to help the county cut expenses. Mr. Fletcher said he expects a response from state regulators regarding the permit renewal application and the August, 2011 sampling results within the next month. From page 1 From page 1rfn t bn ffLast weeks edition of The Press erroneously stated that Erol Carter of Macclenny was arrested in connection with a meth lab bust in the Deerwood Circle neighborhood of the east city. Mr. Carter is the owner of a travel trailer in which suspect Randy Michael was living. The newspaper regrets transposing the names.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letters are welcome, but must contain the signature of the writer, a telephone number and city of residence. Letters must reect opinions and statements on issues of current interest to the general public. The newspaper reserves the right to reject any material which in the newspapers judgement does not meet standards of publication. CONTACT US By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our oce located at 104 S. Fifth Street, Mac clenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.comT B C PPage3JANUARY 5, 2012 Publisher James C. McGauley editor@bakercountypress.comMANAGING EDITOR Joel Addington reporter@bakercountypress.com ADVERTISING/PRODUCTION Jessica Prevatt advertising@bakercountypress.com FEATURES Kelley Lannigan features@bakercountypress.com FEATURES/COMMENT/SPORTS Robert Gerard BUSINESS MANAGER Karin Thomas kthomas@bakercountypress.com CLASSIFIEDS & TYPESETTING Stacy Hott classieds@bakercountypress.com This newspaper is printed on recycled paper. T B C Pusps 040-280Post Oce Box 598 Macclenny, FL 32063 (904) 259-2400 The Baker County Press is published each Thursday by Baker County Press, Inc. Periodicals postage paid under permit issued December 30, 1929 at the post oce in Macclenny, Florida.SUBSCRIPTION RATES $25.00 a year inside Baker County; $35.00 a year outside Baker County; deduct, $1.00 for persons 65 years of age or older, military personnel on active duty outside Baker County, and college students living out side Baker County. POSTMASTER: send address changes to The Baker County Press, P.O. Box 598, Macclenny, FL. 32063.JESSICA PREVATT | STAFF Its a new year! Christmas is over and the tedium of everyday life is back. No more Christmas parties, shopping days or holi day baking to do. I can honestly say this Christ mas has been one of the best yet in my house. There was plenty of parties that allowed us lots of visiting time with family mem bers, more food than I should have eaten and lots of presents. As my child will be quick to tell you, Im one of those parents who will not allow my child a cell phone yet, nor will I in the near future. He also resents the fact that I have set the parental controls on his television, X-Box Live ac count and Facebook. Although I know hes technically too young for Facebook, I monitor it regu larly and my e-mail account is linked to it, so anything he changes or people he interacts with, I see it. Plus I log in and cull out his friends every so of ten too. As you can imagine, a 10-year-old is not too happy about his mom having this much input into his private life, but as his mom I feel this is my right and responsibility as a parent. This is one of those responsi bilities more parents should take seriously. With so many young children having their own lap tops, tablets and smartphones, the dangers are everywhere! Not only from pedophiles and murderers, but gangs and other to recognize dangers and avoid them, but I feel it doesnt hurt to make it as hard as I possibly can for them to come near my child. I dont do it to be a control freak; I do it because I love him. He doesnt always understand it, but he lives with my decisions because he has no choice. Im sure in the long-run hell under stand. With the dangers in the world today, parents can never let down their guard. Parenting is not a popularity contest. Its a job, one I strive to be good at. Jessica Prevatt is a married mother of two boys and the advertising/production director at The Baker County Press. It is around 6 am on January 2, 2012 as I write this column. Why in the world am I up so early on a day that is supposed to be a holiday where all I do is sit and watch football and eat junk? Simple. My good luck 2012 meal didnt agree with me. My wife is convinced that eating collard greens and black-eyed peas on New Years Day will bring me good fortune. The only way I can explain this superstition is that from that moment on, the year can only get better. Other good luck foods include grapes (at least 12 for each month of the year), long lo mein noodles, lentils and pome granates. Like everyone else, I am hoping that the new year is better than the last and that the Mayans were mistaken. Many people were happy to see 2011 walk out the door, what with the economy tanking and wars and rumors of wars. I always try to be optimistic and hope that things will get better. Here are a few things I will not miss and that I hope dont make an appearance in 2012. Somehow, though, I dont think I ate enough black-eyed peas to make that hap pen. Im tired of her. I was tired of Madonna in the 1990s and now we have her clone 20 years later. Its a pretty sad state of affairs when I feel nostalgic about Madonna sing ing Vogue in her cone bra. people think that they will become super heroes by owning one. From lightning striking a tree and leav ing a cell phone glowing inside (which, by the way is a homage to the Robert Red ford baseball movie The Natural ), to a James Bond-like character battling his way through villains to get the new Droid to safety, Im just tired of it. Heres a new sign of the cell phone apocalypse. My daughters boyfriend, Aar on Summers, and his sister got waterproof cases for their cell phones. You can take the cell phone in the pool with you. Or, as Aaron said, Now my sister can talk to her friends while shes in the shower. Arrgghh! Now even the shower isnt safe from phone calls, Inter net browsing and texting. If you look really closely at that Mayan calendar, youll see that one of their hieroglyphics looks surprisingly like an iPhone. word about any Kardashian. Any of em. From the mar riage problems of Kim to Khloe to whoever the rest of them are can just go away. They dont act, they dont sing, they dont well I dont really know what they do except be rich and on the cover of magazines for doing nothing. iPads and Nooks. Perhaps its the fact that I am a librarian, but I love the feel of a book in my hand. I dont want an other screen; I have too many of them as it is. Ill be interested to see if there is a study somewhere down the line dealing with what these de vices do to our eyesight. al rating? Thats ridiculous. If they were a televi sion show theyd have been cancelled long ago. We the people should be able to give them a vote of no confidence, although I guess thats what elections are for. The fact that they can justify not being able to reach a compromise on anything because of par ty politics is laughable. If it didnt make you want to cry instead. I blame both parties and the Tea Party. We are so polarized that everyone seems to have forgotten that the country and the people come first. I would like to say that I wouldnt miss any of this bunch of presidential candi dates, but were going to see them all through 2012. people do every day. You can make log ging, panning for gold, hunting alligators, making cupcakes, running a pawn shop or tattoo parlor, trucking, any number of other jobs seem dramatic, but why would you want to do it? At this rate well get Clean Freaks, about window washers or Bug Men about guys working for a pest con trol company. In short, Im not real sorry to wave goodbye to 2011. I just hope we have some thing better in store for 2012. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ROBERT GERARD rrrfDear Editor: I want to express my sincere appreciation to Bobby Steele and staff of Walmart Distribu tion Center for the wonderful job they do for senior citizens in Baker County. At Thanksgiving and Christmas, Mr. Steele and his em ployees donate, cook and serve turkeys and hams to our seniors at the Baker County Council on Aging. The food donation is so large that we are able to send meals to our home bound seniors as well. Every year Mr. Steele and his employees come to our center with smiles on their faces ready to serve. In the busiest season of the year they take time to come and share in these joyous holi days. Without Mr. Steeles gener ous donation of food and service, we would not be able to feed the number we do. From the executive board and staff at BCCOA, Happy New Year to all.Jackie Wright Acting executive director Baker County Council on AgingDear Editor: The Castle Doctrine was used to murder my son Joshua Brandon Fish. This law removes the responsibility to retreat. With no witnesses, this law can be abused. Dead men cant talk. I am writing this because I need to set the record straight from the point of view of Bran dons mother. People often ask me, because of what they have read in The Press, if I am still with Doug [Kilgo Ms. Fishs then-boyfriend initially charged then cleared in the shooting death]. I am blown away by that question. I have sat back and processed things over the last six months and have concluded that Frank Doug Kilgo is very intelligent, cold-blooded and cal culated. The right, responsible thing to do was leave my residence before carrying out such a crime. He sat behind a privacy fence with a gun at my house and shot my son, not in the foot or leg, but in the chest. Neighbors who were outside heard no arguing, only a single gun shot. The incident was avoidable. Friends of Bran don who were with him that day said he called and left messages (messages deleted) that he wanted to come over to get something to eat. He was hungry! He was also bringing back a gas can that he had gotten from my house to put gas in his truck. He did not know what was waiting for him. Doug was waiting for him while Momma was away. Calculated and cold. The Baker County Press reported the last week of December that my son Brandon had previous altercations with Mr. Kilgo, two of which resulted in severe beatings. Only two in cidents occurred over an 11-year period, neither of which were severe enough to result in the need for medical treatment nor a restraining order. Doug should have separated himself from the situation, but I guess he had it made living with don was out of the picture. My sons life was used against him in the end. He did things he shouldnt have and also has been blamed for things that he didnt do. He had a drug problem but I am convinced he had a bet ter heart and conscience than Doug Kilgo, and I Debbie Fish MacclennyDear Editor: I have debated about writing a letter to the editor since June, but the editors of The Press have left me no choice. My nephew Brandon Fish was premeditatedly murdered by Frank Douglas Kilgo on June 18, and my nephew never severely or brutally beat Mr. Kilgo. There were two altercations between them, and nei ther time did Mr. Kilgo go for medical treatment nor did Mr. Kilgo get a restraining order against my nephew. Mr. Kilgo lied to the sheriffs department. He threatened to shoot Brandon between the eyes, and there were witnesses to the incident. Brandon Fish told Deputy Ben Anderson standing in my front yard that Doug Kilgo threatened to shoot him. Brandon was shot in the center of the heart with the same gun that Doug Kilgo threatened to shoot him with. My family knows that Doug Kilgo lied about the murder of Brandon Fish. Brandon left behind four children ages four years to one month. The people of Baker County need to realize that the lives of his family changed forever on June 18. His family members are the victims, not the Kilgo family. Print the truth and not the lies that Doug Kilgo told the sheriffs department. We have innocent babies who are fatherless because of the choice Doug Kilgo made that day. Mr. Kilgo can lie to himself, but he cannot pre-meditated murder of Joshua Brandon Fish and for leaving four children without a father.Tammy Fish Glen St. Mary rfnfff Dear Editor: Im sick and tired of hear ing how society has labeled Dr. Charles Scarborough a pill doc tor. Every time you go to your doctor for a cold or a pain, you receive a prescription or two be fore you leave. That tells me ev ery doctor is a pill doctor. Dr. Charles has helped many people in this community for years people you dont see or hear about in the media. Some of those people are my family members. Each time on our monthly visits we were questioned and examined by Dr. Charlie, and he answered our questions about our condition and medication. was his staffs fault, and it not only hurt Dr. Charlie but it hurt his true patients who were there to receive help they needed, not to sell their pills. Dr. Scarborough saw patients even when they fell on hard times and were unable to pay many doctors these days willing to do that. Since this [his license sus happened, we have been to two doctors who, when they heard his name, turned us away. An ar ticle in The Press states that Pro Care Drugs is tied to Dr. Charlie. be it. Many of his patients used Pro Care due to out-of-pocket prices. Dont you go where you can get a cheaper price? This has not stopped the selling of pills on the streets; it stopped a lot of people with no insurance from getting help, and they are now looking for other doctors. Carolyn M. Davis Sandersontfn b nn rrfntbnnf

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Cory Lord, 21, is charged with attacking Brittni Sayles, 22, that afternoon about 2 oclock in the bedroom of their residence during an argument that began over her decision to leave him. Deputy Robert Simpkins said he observed redness and bruising about Ms. Sayles arms and back that she said resulted from being thrown to a bed and striking a dresser when both she and her husband fell to the floor. The officer noted that Mr. Lord had two blackened eyes and a facial laceration at the hands of his wife, who said she was defending herself. Mr. Lord insisted he grabbed his wife in selfdefense. Police were alerted to the disturbance after Deputy Simpkins stopped Earl Lord Sr., the husbands father, speeding near Interstate 10 and SR 228 in Macclenny. Mr. Lord said he was hurrying to his sons residence amid a threat that Ms. Sayles father was en route armed with a firearm. He never showed up when the officer was there. Court records do not reflect that the younger Lord is on house arrest as stated by the deputy, but show him to be on a one-year probation for drug possession, disorderly conduct and possession of paraphernalia. He has a record of mostly traffic offenses, and currently one pending drunk driving charge. In another domestic violence case, this one minutes into the new year, Joseph Mercado, 36, of Keystone Heights was arrested for striking Carly Brent, 27, with a cell phone and slapping her at the womans residence on Plantation Rd. south of Glen. Deputy Patrick McGauley interviewed Ms. Brent at a neighbors residence where she went to call police just after midnight. She said Mr. Mercado had been drinking wine for hours and was armed with a knife. He initially refused to exit the residence and was described by the deputy as highly intoxicated. His report noted redness and swelling on both sides of Ms. Brents face. leging battery was filed on Cassandra Amerson, 28, of Glen for slapping bar patron Lori Crawford, 48, of Macclenny during a confrontation about an hour and a half into the new year. Deputy Chad Montean noted both parties had been drinking at Macs Liquors in downtown Macclenny. The sheriffs department is looking into a north Baker County womans claim that her Chevrolet pickup was hijacked by two men early on New Years Day. Melissa Conner called police from her residence on Anne Rd. near Cuyler shortly after she said two white males standing in the right-of-way on Orbey Rhoden Rd. blocked her path about 5:30 am and attacked her before taking her truck. She told Deputy Jeremiah Combs both men were in their 20s and between 5-5, one wearing a grey hoodie and grey gloves, the other a dark hat. Ms. Conner said she was approached by the thinner suspect and punched in the face, and the second man with a heavier build pulled her out from the driver side door and struck her with a tire iron. She then said she broke free and ran back to her residence. Shortly after, officers found the 2000 pickup in a nearby vacant lot. Deputy Combs said it had damage to both side mirrors and a tire jack handle was missing. Later, Deputy Combs said he returned to Ms. Conners residence, where she informed him she had found a tire tool in the roadside brush near the crime scene. The officer noted clay on the shoes that she was wearing and she admitted to having them on when she returned to the scene. The officers report notes that he informed Ms. Conner her shoes matched the prints found in the area around the recovered truck, but she claimed she only returned to the crime scene. Ms. Conner told police she was going to nearby Altmans Store as is her habit when the incident took place. A store employee told Deputy Combs that Ms. Conner is a regular there in the morning, but usually between 7-8 oclock. A Macclenny man faces multiple charges after leading two county deputies on a high-speed chase of over two miles in north Baker County, much of it on unimproved tram roads. Johnathan Anderson, 20, was taken into custody after his 1997 Dodge pickup became bogged down in a ditch on an unnamed remote road north and west of Moccasin Circle north of Baxter. Police were called to a residence there after a disturbance between Brandon Hall of Sanderson and a juvenile male, age 17. While talking to Mr. Hall, Deputy Patrick McGauley said the pickup occupied by the juvenile and Mr. Anderson drove by, then sped up as he and Deputy Johnny Hodges gave chase. The officers at one point lost visual contact with the trucks taillights as Mr. Anderson accelerated to speeds above 70 mph on the unpaved surface dotted with sharp curves. The juvenile apparently exited the truck unseen by the officers, but his identity was known from the disturbance call. A criminal complaint was filed against him for resisting arrest without violence. Mr. Anderson was booked for reckless driving, fleeing police, driving on a suspended license, having no license tag and having an open container of alcohol. A rifle was found in the truck cab. In another reckless driving incident, Deputy Hodges arrested Stephanie Sowards, 43, of Sanderson after police received a complaint that she was northbound on CR 125 in the southbound lane the evening of December 26. Witness Christopher Miracle of Glen St. Mary said he observed Ms. Sowards 1995 Chevrolet Blazer run several vehicles off the road as he followed it heading north. Deputy Hodges spotted the SUV near the intersection with CR 127 as it continued in the opposite lane and stopped it about 7 pm. Ms. Sowards was booked for driving on a suspended license, reckless driving and failure to stay in a single lane. Passenger Ventura Rodriguez, 51, of Macclenny was charged with resisting arrest without violence for several times interfering with Deputy Hodges and unruly behavior when she was arrested. Two Baker County men were taken into custody the past week on warrants, one of them Seaf Rhoden, 48, of Baxter, sought under a federal indictment for growing marijuana. He was arrested at his Moccasin Creek Circle residence on December 28. Mr. Rhoden and two other men from the same neighborhood were arrested by county and state officers in September for growing nearly 1000 plants, most of them in Charlton County, GA. The others, J.N. Canaday, 65, and David Lee Stokes, 45, were already in custody and transferred from county jail by federal marshals. The second warrant was served on Todd Sark, 28, of Macclenny at an Eastwood Dr. residence the afternoon of December 30. He was wanted in Clay County for a probation violation. Police were called to investigate the theft of firearms in three separate incidents the past week, two from residences and the third from a pickup truck. Several fingerprints lifted from a front window may help determine who entered the residence of Jason Krazewski and Cathy Conrad on B.F. Finley Circle south of Olustee on December 28. A 9 mm pistol and .22 caliber rifle were taken from a closet, and a .357 magnum pistol from a night stand between the hours of 11 am-9:30 pm. Deputy Daryl Mobley said the second pistol and $70 in coins were discovered missing after the initial call the next day. There are suspects. was given the names of suspects in the neighborhood of Maple St. in Macclenny, where Freddie Reynolds reported on December 29 the theft of a 9 mm pistol from his garage. He last saw the weapon in late October, about the time the suspects were on the property. told Deputy Chris Walker that a .40 caliber pistol was taken from under the drivers seat of his 1997 Chevrolet pickup, likely when he went to two stores in the area on December 27 or the following day. Police arrested a Macclenny man for stealing $500 worth of tools from a US 90 wrecker service and garage where he works and pawning them to a Sanderson man for $50. Jon Theophile Jr., 39, admitted under questioning that he took the dozen-piece ratchet wrench set on December 27 but intended to reclaim it later and return it to Miracle Towing. Kirk Miracle, the garage owner, called police three days later when he heard about the missing tools. Deputy Shawn Bishara questioned the suspect and he initially denied involvement, then admitted taking the tools when he learned that the man he sold them to, Dean Holland, was returning to the garage with them. The wrenches were engraved with identifying numbers and letters. Mr. Holland told Deputy Bishara that Mr. Theophile approached him to hold the tools for $50 and initially was unaware they were stolen. He soon suspected they were and arranged to return them to the garage. He was not charged. Mr. Theophile was booked at county jail for felony grand theft. In other recent reports on property crimes: named estranged boyfriend William Davis, 41, of Glen St. Mary as the person who entered her residence on North Boulevard and took a ring valued at $193. She told Deputy Chris Walker she believes the ring was taken during the early morning hours of December 29 before she returned home. There was no sign of forced entry. She said Mr. Davis had earlier sent her a text message that he intended to take the ring. named by husband William Hand as the person who likely damaged a front window and four solar screens at his rental trailer on Ivy St. in Macclenny on New Years Eve or early New Years. He told Deputy Johnny Hodges that his 35-year-old wife was intoxicated and they argued that evening before he left about 6 oclock. ter the school district maintenance office during the Christmas break. Deputy Steven Smith said door glass was broken and a door warped from attempted prying at the Jonathan St. location. The attempt was discovered when an employee returned to work the morning of December 26. A Lake Butler woman was arrested for reckless driving after her vehicle ran through the busy intersection of South 6th St. and Lowder the afternoon of December 27 onto private property and struck a fence. The three other occupants of the vehicle, all female juveniles, told Deputy Steven Smith that driver Kora Seay, 18, of Lake Butler was sniffing or huffing keyboard duster spray just prior to the mishap at 2:51 pm. They had stolen the two aerosol cans found on the drivers side floorboard from Walmart earlier. Ms. Seay apparently blacked out at the wheel. The vehicle crossed busy 6th St. and careened east between Superior Cleaners and the office of physician A.B. Tecson, destroying four sections of a dividing fence in the process. There was no damage estimate. Ms. Seay and the occupants, ages 14, 15 and 16, were named in criminal complaints for shoplifting, and Deputy Smith said video surveillance at Walmart confirmed they stole the cans. The others are from Lake Butler as well.rfntbn bn br OUT OF COUNTY SUBSCRIBERS Fed up with your copy of The Press arriving late, or not at all? We have a cost-effective solution to your problem. Subscribe to our E edition @ www.bakercountypress.com b bnbnOnline C CLet people know whats going onpost your special event online bakercountypress.com

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ursday, January 5, 2012 T B C P Page 5 KELLEY LANNIGAN FEATURES features@bakercountypress.comShelbie Martin, an eighth grader at Baker County Middle School, won the 2012 Governors Recognition Scholarship Essay contest sponsored by Florida PrePaid College Foundation. Students in three Florida counties were asked to submit essays about one Florida governor. Ms. Martin is the daugh ter of Jeni and Shawn Mar tin of Glen St. Mary. As the winner, she receives a full scholarship to any state col lege in Florida. Only 13 years old, Ms. Martin doesnt yet know where she will attend school but says, Itll be somewhere close to home. Ms. Martin was work ing as an assistant in the schools media center De cember 16 when she re ceived a surprise visit from BCMS principal Sherry Bar rett and school district Superintendent Sherrie Raulerson. The teen was shocked by the news of her award but quickly recovered. Her lan guage arts teacher Greta Elledge, however, who ar rived a few minutes after the news, was nearly over whelmed with excitement. Nobody deserves it more, she said, almost tearful as she hugged her student. I know this girls potential and now she has the vehicle to pursue it! Ms. Martin explained why she chose to write about Governor Fuller Warren. He was the one I was most familiar with, she said. He did a lot of things for Florida that helped the state with forestry and environmental issues. A model student, Ms. Martins favorite subject is reading. She received a perfect 500 score on the most recent FCAT reading tests and was the student with the highest Accelerated Reader points while a fourth grader at Keller Intermediate. In 2010 she was the school districts spelling to compete in the regional spell ing bee hosted by The Florida Times-Union. Her hobbies are playing vol leyball and dancing as a member of Christian Fellowship Temples Image Breakers team. She also loves caring for her many pets including a one-eyed gopher tor toise named Franklin. She hopes to work someday in countant. Ms. Martins winning essay: In January of 1949, Floridas 30th governor delivered his in augural address. Governor Full er Warren Stated, Today I begin carrying out the covenant that I made with the people during the campaign . Florida is faced with many terrific problems. They must be met and mastered. Governor Warren inherited many problems in our state, but this was no problem for him; he was a man of humble begin nings and a World War II veter an and was used to overcoming obstacles with hard work. Fuller Warren was born in Blountstown, Florida, on Octo ber 3, 1905, and he was one of seven children. He attended the local public school and went on to graduate from the University of Florida. In 1930, he received a law degree from Cumberland University. He served in the State House of Representatives in 1927 and 1939. In 1948 he be came Floridas governor. During his time in office, Governor Warren faced many challenges and celebrated great accomplishments. Free-grazing on Floridas highways was out lawed and thus reduced auto mobile accidents and fatalities. He also initiated plans for the Florida turnpike, established quality control for Florida citrus and started Floridas reforesta tion program. Of all his accom plishments the one that stands out is his efforts to save our states forests. By 1930, Floridas forests had been greatly depleted by companies that did not replant. Within just a few decades, the 19.2 million acres of pine forest had dwindled to 7.5 acres. Governor Warren reacted by starting the reforestation pro gram. Our forests were saved ever since that time in many different ways. Directly and in directly almost 200,000 jobs in Florida are a result of our for estry system and the forests con tribute around $6 billion annu ally to the states economy. Also Floridas forest lands creation of wildlife habitat and recreational opportunities. Why does governor War rens reforestation effort mean so much to me? I live in a rural community. Many residents of my county, including family members and friends, are em ployed in jobs that depend on a healthy forestry system. On a very personal level, I live in an area surrounded by forest lands. Every day of my life I get to witness and experience the habitat created by our forests. I start my day with birds calling to each other right outside my window. In addition, my states well-being is greatly reliant upon a forest system that helps with the pollution created by its and helps purify out water. In conclusion, I feel Gover nor Fuller Warren impacted our way. Thanks to his reforestation efforts, our state has a thriving forestry system that we enjoy today and that will still exist for future generations. Like me, Governor War ren was one of several children and attended public schools. He inspired me because of our similarities. If he can grow up to accomplish such lasting and monumental things, so can I. Woodlawn Kennels Quality Professional CareGROOMING 2594757 BOARDING ....... . . . . . . ................... CITY OF MACCLENNY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT HOUSING REHABILITATION PROGRAM CONTRACTOR REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS ATTENTION CONTRACTORS e Department of Economic Opportunity has made Community Development Block Grant funding available to the City of Macclenny for residents located in the incorporated areas of the City. e City of Macclenny is accepting Qualications Packages from contractors who are state certied and interested in participating in the Community Development Block Grant hous ing program. Minority and women owned businesses are encouraged to submit a Qualica tions Package in the program. Qualication Packages may be obtained from Melissa ompson, Administrative Assistant to the City Manager, 118 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063. Qualication Packages should be dropped o with or mailed to Melissa ompson, Administrative Assistant to the City Manager, 118 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063. If you require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Spencer Na bors at ITC Group Inc. (850) 520-0846. Qualications Packages can be obtained on January 5th, 2012 and must be returned no later than January 20th, 2012 between the hours of 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. e City of Macclenny is a Fair Housing / Equal Opportunity / Handicap Accessible Jurisdiction CITY OF MACCLENNY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT HOUSING REHABILITATION PROGRAM SOLICITATION FOR APPLICANTS e Department of Economic Opportunity has made Community Development Block Grant funding available to the City of Macclenny for residents located in the incorporated areas of the City. ese funds will be utilized to assist low income residents with the rehabilitation or re placement of their homes. e City will accept Application Packages beginning on ursday, January 5, 2012 thru Friday, January 20, 2012 between the hours of 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Application pack ages that are received aer the deadline will not be accepted. Application Packages may be obtained from Melissa ompson, Administrative Assistant to the City Manager, 118 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063. Application Packages should be dropped o with or mailed to Melissa ompson, Ad ministrative Assistant to the City Manager, 118 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Flor ida 32063. If you require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Spencer Nabors at ITC Group Inc. (850) 520-0846. rrfA Middleburg woman was critically injured just before noon on December 31 when she lost control of her motorcycle on SR 228 about three miles south of Interstate 10. Judith Andrews, 61, was northbound solo on her 2005 Harley-Davidson and failed to negotiate a left-hand curve. She then traveled onto the east shoul der where she lost control and overturned several times, said investigating Trooper D.L. Myers of the Florida Highway Patrol. Ms. Andrews was ejected into the ditch and was taken to Shands Jacksonville. She was wearing a helmet.JOEL ADDINGTON NEWS EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.comThe Baker County Commission is very pleased with the job performance of its top staffer, County Manager C.J. Thompson, according to board members. Commissioners scored Mr. Thompor responsibilities using a five-point scale. The scores were then averaged to determine an overall assessment score. Three of the five commissioners, Mark Hartley, Gordon Crews and Jim my Anderson, gave the manager overall scores of four, while Commissioner Mi chael Crews turned in an overall score of 4.5. Commissioner Adam Giddens rated Mr. Thompsons overall performance at the highest level possible, which means that he consistently exceeded expecta tions. Scores of three were intended to show that Mr. Thompson met the commissioners expectations ing those expectations. The manager did not receive scores of one or two major improvement needed or some improvement needed, respectively in any area of the evaluations. County manager in recent history, said former coun ty commissioner Alex Robinson, who served on the board for 18 years before losing re-election in 2010. We never did it before, said Mr. Robinson. I think it shouldve been done in the past and its a good time to institute an evaluation process. For his part, Mr. Thompson said he also was pleased with the evaluations and that regardless of the results, reviews should always be viewed with a positive outlook as a way to continue to improve your job performance. In addition to the scoring, commissioners were given the opportunity to respond to a handful of ad ditional questions about the county manager. The questions addressed Mr. Thompsons most and ways in which he could improve his job perfor mance. Mr. Thompson, who had no employment history in local government before leaving the states largest health insurance company in late 2010 to assume veteran county administrator Joe Cone, who retired at that time. been a learning experience mixed with the list of un done or incomplete tasks left by the previous county manager that CJ has handled extremely well, wrote Commissioner Michael Crews. The commissioner also cited Mr. Thompsons implementation of a public records request policy and his oversight of the continued development of complishments. Among his best qualities, most com missioners noted, are Mr. Thompsons strong people skills and his ability to build good relationships with depart ment heads and the countys constitu There is some room for improve ment, however. Commissioners said they hope Mr. Thompson will do a better job of provid ing backup documents for board meet ings. Sometimes I feel like the county manager could improve on providing, or having on hand, backup information during meetings. This happened a few times on agenda items where purchasing ly improved in the last several months, said Com missioner Adam Giddens. When asked about ways for the manager to im prove, Commissioner Michael Crews said Mr. Thompson should delegate more to department heads rather than carrying the complete work load, and insist department heads be more respon sible for their subordinates. Commissioner Gordon Crews offered no con structive criticism, saying instead, CJ has per formed well in all situations he has faced. He in teracts well with the press, the public and also this board. He takes direction from the board well, but has not needed any micro-managing. I only expect great things for our county having CJ as our man ager. Mr. Thompson was hired by the commission in November, 2010 after a six-month search. He began on November 29 of that year. The north Macclenny native left his position as program manager for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida in Jacksonville to work for the county. I will look at areas where I consistently scored lower among all the commissioners and then devel op a plan to improve in those areas, Mr. Thompson said when asked about any changes he may make as a result of the evaluations. Depending on the area of focus, that may re quire day-to-day operational changes or more long term management philosophy and style changes, he said. The evaluations can be viewed in full at www. scribd.com/doc/77071135/annual-review-2011-2. C.J. Thompson PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGANMiddle school principal Sherry Barrett hugs Shelbie Martin as superintendent Rauler son makes the school-wide announcement.ntbntnft Out of County SubscribersFed up with your copy of The Press arriving late, or not at all? 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Page 6 T B C P ursday, January 5, 2012 KELLEY LANNIGANFEATURES features@bakercountypress.comTo promote and celebrate their love for a dance that originated in South Carolina decades ago, Macclenny resident Danny Lamb and his wife Debbie hosted an event they called Beach Music 101: Shaggin on the Avenue in mid-December. The Shag is a swing dance that originated along the coast between Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and Wilmington, North Carolina, during the 1940s. It was adapted by South Carolina as the today is recognized in national and international dance competitions held across the United States. Friends and patrons attended the evening event which included a presentation on the origin and history of the dance, examples of beach music, and dance demonstrations by members of the First Coast Shag Club [FCSC] of Jacksonville. Guests were also treated to a low country boil dinner which commonly accompanies shag dance events in South Carolina. The Lambs constructed a display of shag and beach music memorabilia including books, art, photographs, newspaper arof the novel Beach Music by the pre-eminent southern author Pat Conroy, who they once met at a book signing in Jacksonville. For Beach Music 101, the Lambs turned the main room of their car dealership on US 90 in downtown Macclenny into a to demonstrate the Shag. They danced to beach music tunes by bands like The Drifters, The Embers, The Tams, the Temptations, and The Chairman of the Board. With the presentation and dinner concluded, FCSC dancers gave free shag instruction to all interested guests. Earlier, Mr. Lamb recounted which came on a business trip to Greensboro, North Carolina in He was in the company of another salesman when he heard the song What Kind of Fool by The Tams on the radio and remarked how much he liked it. So you like beach music, the salesman commented. Then you must like the Shag, too. Mr. Lamb had never heard of either, but he was about to be introduced to an entire culture he had never known existed. Growing up in the 50s and songs on radio station WAPE out of Jacksonville, he said. There was even a relay station out of Baldwin and you could call and request a song and the DJ would say your name on the air and then play it for you. But none of us knew what we were listening to was known as beach music or that there was a dance associated with it. Ironically, a huge Shag event was about to take place at the hotel where he was staying. The next night, he entered the ballroom and came face to face with the music and dance that would quickly become one of his lifes passions. I was blown away, he recalls. The Embers were on stage playing Beach Music Medley and hundreds of people were on the was the prettiest dancing Id ever seen to the prettiest music Id ever heard. After that night, Danny introduced his wife to the dance and the couple became avid shaggers. They traveled to take lessons from a shag instructor and watched instructional CDs to help them learn new techniques. Over the years, they have frequently attended events such as the bi-annual Society of Shaggers Spring Safari and Fall Migrations held in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and attended by shag enthusiasts from all over the country. Last February, the Lambs performed the dance in the local production of Dancing with the Stars: Baker County Style. They received so many inquiries about their performance, they decided to plan a party to introduce interested people to the culture of shagging and beach music. Id wanted to do this event for a while, said Mr. Lamb. And it happen. I wish everyone could have the experience of dancing to this music on a well worn wood ocean pounding on the shore nearby. There truly is nothing like it. Anyone interested in learning to shag can attend free lessons taught by First Coast Shag Club instructors each Wednesday at Company in Jacksonville. Call January double hostess creditCall me for all your Scentsy needs. THE OFFICE MART 110 South Fifth Street | Downtown Macclenny 259-3737 WE ALSO DO CUSTOM PRINTING! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 2010-CA-000093 BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING LP, Plaintiff, vs. EMILY MILLICENT WALKER A/K/A EMILY M. WALKER, ET AL. Defendants _______________________________/ NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated December 21, 2011, and entered in Case No. 2010-CA-000093, of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for BAKER County, Florida. BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP (hereafter Plaintiff), is Plaintiff and EMILY MILLICENT WALKER A/K/A EMILY M. WALKER; DWAYNE WALKER; JOHN DOE N/K/A MELVIN OWEN; JANE DOE N/K/A LAURA OWEN, are defendants. I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at the EAST DOOR of the Courthouse; 339 East Macclenny Avenue, 1st Floor, Macclenny, at 11:00 a.m., on the 30 day of January, 2012, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: A LOT BEGINNING ON THE WEST SIDE OF OCEAN STREET, 270 FEET NORTH OF THE CENTER OF THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF THE SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD; THENCE RUN NORTH ALONG THE WEST SIDE OF OCEAN STREET, 420 FEET TO CHURCH STREET; THENCE RUN WEST 429.3 FEET OF THE EAST SIDE OF MAIN STREET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 420 FEET; THENCE RUN EAST 429.3 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, IN THE TOWN OF OLUSTEE, BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH, RANGE 19 EAST. Under the American with Disabilities Act, if you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator at (352) 337-6237, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance. If you are hearing or voice impaired, please call 711. If you are deaf or hard of hearing and require an ASL interpreter or an assisted listening device to participate in a proceeding, please contact Court Interpreting at interpreter@circuit8.org Any person claiming an interest in the surplus fro the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Dated this 21 day of December, 2011. AL FRASER CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT BYJulie Combs As Deputy Clerk Van Ness Law Firm, P.A. 1239 E. Newport Center Drive Suite #110 Deerfield Beach, Florida 33442 Phone (954) 571-2031 Fax (954) 571-2033 12/29-1/5 IN THE CIRCUIT CIVIL COURT OF THE EIGHT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO. 02-2009-CA-000212 DIVISION BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP Plaintiff, vs. MARY DOWLING AND DAVID SHORT AND UNKNOWN TENANTS/ OWNERS Defendants. _______________________________________/ NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Final Judgment of Foreclosure for Plaintiff entered in this cause on in the Circuit Court of Baker County, Florida, I will sell the Property situated in Baker County, Florida described as: PARCEL 24 PART OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST, BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: FOR POINT OF REFERENCE COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER, THENCE RUN NORTH 88 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 25 SECONDS EAST ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF 979.73 FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF RAULERSON ROAD; THENCE RUN NORTH 14 DEGREES 34 MINUTES 37 SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, A DISTANCE OF 562.83 FEET TO THE POINT OF CURVE OF A CURVE CONCAVED SOUTHWESTERLY, RAVING A RADIUS OF 2619.66 FEET; THENCE RUN ALONG AND AROUND SAID CURVE, A CHORD BEARING AND DISTANCE OF NORTH 15 DEGREES 38 MINUTES 22 SECONDS WEST 97.10 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE RUN SOUTH 88 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 25 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 560.52 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 33 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 260.00 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 88 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 25 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 466.29 FEET TO SAID WEST RIGHT-OF WAY LINE AND SAID CURVE; THENCE RUN ALONG AND AROUND SAID CURVE, A CHORD BEARING AND DISTANCE OF SOUTH 19 DEGREES 42 MINUTES 08 SECONDS EAST, 274.19 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. CONTAINING 3.0 ACRES MORE OR LESS. and commonly known as: 19740 NOAH RAULERSON RD, SANDERSON, FL 32087; including the building, appurtenances, and fixtures located therein, at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the front door of the Baker County Courthouse, on January 31, 2012 at 11:00 a.m.. Any persons 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 60 days after the sale. Dated this 21st day of December, 2011. Clerk of the Circuit Court By: Julie Combs Deputy Clerk Attorney for Plaintiff: Kass Shuler, P.A. P.O. Box 800 Tampa, FL 33601-0800 (813) 229-0900 12/29-1/5 ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT GIVES NOTICE OF INTENDED DISTRICT DECISION The District gives notice of its intent to approve of application(s) for the following applicant(s) : Thayendanegea Timber LLC, 50 N Laura St Ste 2750, Jacksonville, FL 32202, application #129259. The District proposes to allocate 2.41 million gallons per year of groundwater for irrigation and inundation of 4.0 acres for recreational type(hunting) use. The withdrawals used by this proposed project will consist of Groundwater from Surficial Aquifer via 1 proposed well; Groundwater from FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via 1 active well; Surface Water from Rim Ditch via 1 active pump in Baker County, located in Section: 4, Township: 3 South, Range: 20 East, known as Thayendanegea Timber. If you wish to receive a copy of a Technical Staff Report (TSR) that provides the District staffs analysis of a permit application, please submit your request to: Director, Bureau of Regulatory Support, P.O. Box 1429, Palatka, FL 32178-1429. Once a TSR becomes available, you may also review it by going to the Permitting section of the Districts website at floridaswater.com/ permitting/index.html. To obtain information on how to find and view a TSR, visit https://permitting.sjrwmd.com/epermitting/html/EP_FAQs.html, and then follow the directions provided under How to find a Technical Staff Report (TSR) or other application file documents. A person whose substantial interests are or may be affected has the right to request an administrative hearing by filing a written petition with the St. Johns River Water Management District (District). Pursuant to Chapter 28-106 and Rule 40C-1.1007, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.), the petition must be filed (received) either by delivery at the office of the District Clerk at District Headquarters, P.O. Box 1429, Palatka FL 32178-1429 (4049 Reid St., Palatka, FL 32177) or by e-mail with the District Clerk at Clerk@sjrwmd. com, within twenty-six (26) days of the District depositing the notice of intended District decision in the mail (for those persons to whom the District mails actual notice), within twenty-one (21) days of the District emailing notice of intended District decision (for those persons to whom the District emails actual notice), or within twenty-one (21) days of newspaper publication of the notice of intended District decision (for those persons to whom the District does not mail or email actual notice). A petition must comply with Sections 120.54(5)(b)4. and 120.569(2)(c), Florida Statutes (F.S.), and Chapter 28-106, F.A.C. The District will not accept a petition sent by facsimile (fax). Mediation pursuant to Section 120.573, F.S., is not available. A petition for an administrative hearing is deemed filed upon receipt of the complete petition by the District Clerk at the District Headquarters in Palatka, Florida during the Districts regular business hours. The Districts regular business hours are 8 a.m. 5 p.m., excluding weekends and District holidays. Petitions received by the District Clerk after the Districts regular business hours shall be deemed filed as of 8 a.m. on the next regular District business day. The Districts acceptance of petitions filed by e-mail is subject to certain conditions set forth in the Districts Statement of Agency Organization and Operation (issued pursuant to Rule 28-101.001, Florida Administrative Code), which is available for viewing at floridaswater. com. These conditions include, but are not limited to, the petition being in the form of a PDF or TIFF file and being capable of being stored and printed by the District. Further, pursuant to the Districts Statement of Agency Organization and Operation, attempting to file a petition by facsimile (fax) is prohibited and shall not constitute filing. The right to an administrative hearing and the relevant procedures to be followed are governed by Chapter 120, Florida Statutes, Chapter 28-106, Florida Administrative Code, and Rule 40C1.1007, Florida Administrative Code. Because the administrative hearing process is designed to formulate final agency action, the filing of a petition means the Districts final action may be different from the position taken by it in this notice. Failure to file a petition for an administrative hearing within the requisite time frame shall constitute a waiver of the right to an administrative hearing. (Rule 28-106.111, F.A.C.). If you wish to do so, please visit http://floridaswater. com/noticeofrights/ to read the complete Notice of Rights to determine any legal rights you may have concerning the Districts intended decision(s) on the permit application(s) described above. You can also request the Notice of Rights by contacting the Director, Bureau of Regulatory Support (RS), 4049 Reid St., Palatka, FL 32177-2529, tele. no. (386)329-4268. Victor Castro, Director, Bureau of Regulatory Support St. Johns River Water Management District 1/5 NOTICE Invitation for Bids (IFB) Bid # 12-01 Landfill Gas Blower/Flare System The New River Solid Waste Association (NRSWA) is extending an invitation for bids to furnish, deliver, and install a landfill gas blower/flare system. The successful Bidder will be responsible for furnishing, delivering, installation, and start-up assistance and training to the New River Regional Landfill (NRRL) a landfill gas blower/flare system in accordance with the specifications and drawings provided with this Invitation for Bids. All work shall be completed in accordance with the drawings, specifications, and contract documents attached and included as part of the contract documents. NRRL is located 2.5 miles north of Raiford, FL on State Road 121 in Union County, FL. Bid packages and other information are available for pick up at the Administration Office at NRSWA, 24276 NE 157th Street, Raiford, FL 32083. All bids must be submitted on the Bid Form provided. Completed bids are to be mailed to New River Solid Waste Association, P.O. Box 647, Raiford, FL 32083 or delivered to the NRSWA Administration Office. After the IFB opening, the bids will be examined for completeness and preserved in the custody of the Executive Director. NRSWA Purchasing Policy will be ensued. All bids received after the specified time and date will not be considered. Contact the NRSWA office at 386-431-1000 for questions concerning the bid packages. The DEADLINE for submittal in response to the above IFB is January 31, 2012, 2:00 p.m. 1/5Legal Notices PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGANDanny Lamb gives Janet Teague a whirl on the dance oor. rfrfrnnt Out of County SubscribersFed up with your copy of The Press arriving late, or not at all? We have a cost-effective solution to your problem. Subscribe to our E editionwww.bakercountypress.com

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ursday, January 5, 2012 T B C P Page 7 MIKE ANDERSONPRESS STAFF KELLEY LANNIGANFEATURES features@bakercountypress.com BAKER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 273 E. Macclenny Ave. | 259-6117USED 119 South Sixth St.259-5796www.burkinschevy.com IMPORT BLOWOUT!!2010-2011 Toyota Camrys Just a few left! These remaining units must go! Fully loaded SE and LE models with PW/PL, pwr. mirrors, cruise, CD and more from only $14,890 or just $219/mo plus tax, tag and fees 2010 Nissan Altima 2.5S Loaded with all the options! PW/PL, pwr. mirrors, cruise, CD and Smartkey system. Priced to move from $14,890 or just $219/mo plus tax, tag and fees 2010 Toyota Corollas Auto, AC PW/PL, only 3 left!!! Priced for immediate delivery from only $199/ mo plus tax, tag and fees. These wont last Hurry! 2010 Nissan Versas Only a few left!! Dont let this deal pass you by!! Auto, AC, CD, PW/PL and more from only $188/mo plus tax tag and fees. Inexpensive and reliable, Come On!! 2006 Honda Odyssey EX-L with Navigation, Rear Entertainment, Sunroof, Leather Bucket Seats, Power Sliding Doors, this unit has a gadget for everyone in the family. Priced to move at only $12,988GREAT DEALS ON PRE-OWNED TRUCKS2009 Chevrolet Silverado Ext Cab Z71 41k miles, V8, Auto, PW/ PL, pwr. mirrors, CD, Cruise Priced to move for only $19,888 2011 Chevrolet Silverado Z71 Crew Cab 4x4 25k miles, Loaded LT model, looks and drives like new, this one has all the toys and can save you thousands, hurry in today and make it yours for only $28,988 2008 Chevrolet Silverado Z71 Reg Cab 4x4 Only 41k miles!! Loaded up Z71 pickup ready for anything! Hunters Special!! Make it yours for $319/mo and well throw in the dog box.Come On!! 2006 GMC Sierra SLT Ext Cab Z71 4x4 Leather, Loaded! 5.3L V8 auto, bedliner, toolbox, this one is ready to go!! Make it yours for only $15,588 2005 GMC Sierra SLE Crew Cab 5.3L V8, Auto, AC only 65K miles!! Nice truck! PW/PL/PS, pwr. mirrors, keyless remote with CD and more looks and drives like new $16,988CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED SPECIALS2011 Chevrolet Malibu LT 5 to choose from $16,288 fully loaded and covered under full GM factory warranty including 2yr/30k Call Today !! 2010-2011 Chevrolet HHRs 8 to choose!! Starting at $12,988!!! Ride with all the comfort features and get over 30 MPG!! Full GM factory warranty including 2yr/30k Call Today!! 2011 Chevrolet Equinox 4 to choose starting from only $21,988!! These are fully loaded LT models ready for immediate delivery! Full GM factory warranty maintenance Call Today!!USED CAR BARGAINS2007 Chevrolet Aveo LS -Red, Sharp! $6,5952008 Chevrolet Cobalt 4dr -Nice Car! $7,8882003 Pontiac Bonneville SLE Only 61k Miles!!$7,9952007 Toyota Scion TC Fresh Trade!! $9,288 Total ChangesSALONKathy Ross SAVE$500$10on hi-lites, perms or colorExp. 1/31/12Malibu TreatmentsRemoves hard water & chlorineBiolage | Paul Mitchell | Redkin | Its a 10Call today for your appointment 210-9294PRODUCTS ON SALE rfntbnCheryl Rhoden stop fr Rosie Nickles Subscribe to our E editionwww.bakercountypress.com Do you have any old photos of Baker County people or buildings?We would like to see them. 259-2400 www.bakercountypress.com

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Page 8 T B C P ursday, January 5, 2012Je Rowe, Dylan Gerard and Donnie Zarrella sample the product in the Baker County, Flas moonshining movie. GUERRYFUNERAL HOME420 E. Macclenny Ave., Macclenny 904-259-2211 www.guerryfuneralhome.net 83 years of experience you can trust! J.D. Tyre, L.F.D 11 years Bill Guerry, L.F.D. 45 years Bryan Guerry, L.F.D. 27 years S C H CSunday, January 8 at 11:00 am Free Admission | Love oering will be takenFrom Hwy 90 turn North at caution light in Sanderson, go two blocks, church on the right. From I-10 Take Sanderson exit #327Hwy 229 north, continue north at caution light, go two blocks, church is on the right 259-2261130 North 4th St., Macclenny, FLwww.nefcom.net*Offer is limited to residential customers new to one of the service offerings. Actual speeds may vary. 12-month contract required. NEFCOM UnlimitedLocal service Unlimited Jacksonville calls Unlimited long distance 5 Calling features your choiceBasic Voice Mail (optional)NEFCOM eXtreme Lite1 Mbps Down FREE Standard Modem rental Sign up for $59.99 per monthFREE INSTALLATIONwith contract. Limited time only. Double Advantage includes: features@bakercountypress.comThe coast of Georgia has 16 barrier islands, nearly all of which are protected from devel opment. But on Tybee Island, Savan nahs quaint beach front com munity, development has found an easy balance between the commercial and the uniquely personal. Just 20 minutes east of Savan online visitors guide boasts as a uniquely charmed island, where nature lovers mingle with movie stars, bird watchers with good ol boys, pirate raids are regular happenings, parties take on epic proportions and everyone from townie to tourist, watches out for the sea turtles. the island town was the day after Thanksgiving. The weather was with visitors and despite the relaxed, friendly and languid, like the breeze that wafts in off the ocean. Even if you dont have an itin erary, just driving around the island is a pleasant experience. The houses are charming and the town is well maintained. Like history? The island boasts a rich and colorful past. Perhaps the most famous landmark is the Tybee Island Lighthouse. For 270 years it has guided ships from the Atlantic into the mouth of the Savannah River. With all its original second ary buildings intact and lovingly restored, its one of Americas best preserved lighthouse sites. On my visit, throngs of Japanese tourists were climbing the light houses 178 steps to take in the spectacular ocean and coastline panoramic views. After the lighthouse, you can tour Nearby Fort Pulaski Nation al Monument, a pre-Civil war Tybee offers lots of opportunities for water recreation like kayaking, canoeing, parasail ing and jet skiing. Or you can take one of the popular ecological tours that highlight the local beaches, marshes and maritime forest habitats, all abundant with wildlife. Captain Mikes Dolphin Tours and other companies of fer dolphin sighting and sunset cruises as well as inshore and Hungry? No problem. Local eateries abound. When I asked some of the locals for good places to eat I was told anywhere. bee, they said with conviction. On Tybee there are no bad res taurants. Here are a couple of the most celebrated. The Crab Shack is family and pet friendly and consistently voted best seafood and outdoor dining venue by patrons and food critics. Diners can partake on outdoor decks under huge oak trees and even enjoy a souvenir drink in a carved coconut shell and all within sight of 78 pet al ligators, raised in captivity by the Crab Shacks owner Joe. The Breakfast Club is a Tybee Island institution. Open from 7 am to 1 pm, its not uncommon to see people lined up and down the street waiting for a seat. This popular morning spot is billed as The legendary way to start the day. Downtown Tybee Beach is pedestrian friendly with lots of beach retail shops and cafes. With a thriving arts commu around the town to browse in. No trip to Tybee is complete without a visit to Ralph Douglas Jones Fish Art Gallery. The funky, eclectic establish ment brims with vintage col lectibles that constitute a quirky backdrop for showcasing his whimsical sculptures. Mr. Jones started selling his sculptures fashioned from found objects from a tent on the road years ago and today is a major artistic pres ence in the town. Tybee citizens and visitors celebrate the coastal community with a variety of seasonal events. In summer there is the famed Beach Bum Parade which in cludes patrons shooting each other with giant water pistols in the street and the SCAD Sand Art Festival showcasing giant sand sculpture competitions. In the fall comes the annual Pirate Festival, followed by the month-long festivities between Thanksgiving and Christmas launched from the pier on New Years Eve. Tybee celebrates Mardi Gras with a masquerade ball and street party and ob serves St. Patricks Day with the Irish Heritage Parade where ev eryone in town dresses in green and white and joins in. Or, if you prefer, you can sim ply lay on the beach, soak up the sand and surf, doing absolutely nothing but relaxing in this little piece of paradise where the pace is laid back and the welcome is always warm. PHOTOS BY KELLEY LANNIGANAbove: The Tybee Lighhthouse. Left: Mermaid sculpture at The Fish Art Gallery. rfAfter months of planning and rehearsal, the BCHS Drama and Baker County Community Theatre production of Baker County, Fla: 18611961 is ready to open. The play features stories and songs chronicling the first 100 hundred years of Baker County. The production hits most of the major events that have happened over the countys first 100 years. There are stories from the Battle of Olustee, Baker Countys big role in deciding the 1876 presidential elec tion. The yellow fever epidemic of 1885 that wiped out much of the county is dramatized as well as the Baxter Rebellion, the start and pro liferation of moonshining in the county and much more. Though the play is not a musical, there is a lot of music, with 15 songs from the 1860s to the 1950s. The show will also have visiting perform ers including Southern Joy, the Taylor Church Choir, the Lyons sisters, Gail Moore and many others. There is also a short film featuring a moonshine run that was filmed on the Glen St. Mary Nursery and is based on a true story of running shine. Baker County, Fla: 1861-1961 has a little of everything. It runs Jan uary 12-14 and 19-21 at 7:30 pm and January 15 at 2 pm. Reserved tickets in the first four rows are $10 by calling 259-6286 and general admission tickets are $5 and on sale at the door. rfntbThe Martin Luther King Jr. celebration parade will be held Friday, January 13 at 10 am be ginning at Keller Intermediate School, 420 S. 8th St. Following the parade a cere mony will be led by Macclennys city manager Gerald Dopson and parade marshal and coordinator Rev. Tommy Rollins.The Baker Soil and Water Conservation District Board will meet on Tuesday, January 17 at the Baker County Extension Ser vice from noon until 1 pm. The public is invited to attend. Call Junk Joe We pay cash $300 & up for junk vehicles No title necessary | Licensed Also buying any kind of scrap metal 386-867-1396 We print obituaries with a picture free of charge.

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ursday, January 5, 2012 T B C P Page 9 Serving Baker County for over 33 yearsspecializing in...Real Estate Family Law Personal Injury Hugh D. Fish, Jr. J.D.259-6606The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. The following land transactions were recorded in the Baker County court house November and December. Values are derived from documentary stamps. Many descriptions are by S(ec tion) T(own ship) R(ange). If acre age or price are not listed, none were indi cat ed in the documents. -------------HAIR, TORRANCE M to ONEILL, MILTON H JR in LT 13 ST MARYS RIVER ESTATES, $71,600 GRAY, SNAPPER L to ROBERTSON, TIMOTHY W in 19-2S-22E, $240,000 JOHNS, JAMES M to JOHNS, NANCY CAROL in 06-3S-22E, $120,000 FARMERS EXCHANGE BANK to WOOTEN, OLIN in 17-1S-21-00000000-0070, $1,500,000 GAINEY, JANICE LEE to SHADD, JOHN A JR in LT 5 BLK B EM BROWN SUB, $25,000 CARPENTER, EDWARD L to CARPENTER, EDWARD L in BLK 28 MACCLENNY, $10 DUNMIRE, MATT D to MAXWELL, PHILLIP D in LT 8 COPPER CREEK HILLS UNIT II, $178,600 RITO, ILDEFONSO to RHODEN, GERALD R III in 04-3S-22E, $213,000 CRAWFORD, MICHAEL A to GROSS, LEON W in LT 33 HILLS OF GLEN, $20,000 BASS EMMA L to ROBERTSON, WAYNE D JR in LT 1 BLK 8 MACCLENNY II, $147,000 WILDS, DOUGLAS L to WILDS, CANDY L in LT 4 BLK 1 TURKEY CREEK, $10 SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT to HARVEY, WENDY NICOLE in LT 4 BLK 2 OWENS ACRES, $52,000 THRIFT, JODY to MEDINA, JOSEPH A in PAR 21 SANDERSON CIRCLE, $84,900 DEEN, RYAN S to LAURAMORE, JUSTIN P in LG 75 FOX RIDGE ESTATES PHASE 3, $123,000 DAVIS, ELMUS to DAVIS, RODNEY SCOTT SR in 35-2S-20E, $10 DEESE, GEORGE O SR to DEESE, SHERRILL A in LT 3 RIVERVIEW EST AND 16-3S-21E, $10 US BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION TRUSTEE to LEE, JEREMY in 29-2S-22E, $90,000 CREWS, GLADYS E to HART, GLADYS G in 29-2S-22, $10 NEIDERMEIER, RENE to NEIDERMEIER, JOEL K in LT 11 COPPER CREEK HILLS UNIT 2, $10 BRADSHAW, ROBERT DAVID to BRADSHAW, MARSHA LYNN in 19-2S-22E, $10 BRADSHAW, ROBERT DAVID to BRADSHAW, MARSHA LYNN in 19-3S-21E, $10 SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT to BYRD, JASON BUREN in LT 5 6 BLK 49 GLEN ST MARY, $43,000 MARTIN, LACEY ANN to KENT, SAMANTHA J in 09-3S-22E, $119,500 RHODEN, MESHELLE to DINKINS, DAVID L in LT 2 BLK A MACCLENNY II UNIT II, $110,000 GRIFFIN DEBORAH L to TOMKO MICHAEL in 16-2S-21E, $85,000 COMBS VIRGINIA to SCHMITTLING LEO FRANCIS in 15-3S-21E, $205,000 BRANCH JAMES B III to BRANCH TONIA K in LT 90 OLD NURSERY PLANTATION, $10 MUSTILLO RHONDA B to MUSTILLO RHONDA B in 19-2S-22, $10 ROYAL JOHN ALLEN to ROYAL JOHN ALLEN in LT 6 7 BLK 66 MACCLENNY, $10 BROOKS KENNETH E JR to MILTON JOHN in LT 33 SANDS POINTE, $132,500 STOVER JOSEPH T III to WHG MACCLENNY LLC in 05-3S-22E, $10 MAYHALL ROBERT M to AMERICAN ENTERPRISE BANK OF FLORIDA in LT 14 DEER RUN ESTATES, $500 MAYHALL ROBERT M to AMERICAN ENTERPRISE BANK OF FLORIDA in 03-S-20E, $500 LAMB JEFFREY BEAU to AMERICAN ENTERPRISE BANK OF FLORIDA in 36-2S-21E, $30,000 SCOTT EARL R JR to BRIGGS MICHAEL L in 11-2S-21E, $19,000 WEST-JARVIS CAROLYN A to JARVIS DAVID P in 12-2S-21E, $10 JARVIS DAVID P to FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION in LT 4 CANNON HEIGHTS PHASE 1, $273,837 CREWS RAYMOND L JR to CRAWFORD BOBBY R JR in 36-3S-20E, $270,000 CREWS RAYMOND L JR to HARVEY BRENDA in 36-5S-20E, $40,000 SMITH AUDREY DIANE to WOOLARD JENNIFER in 20/21-3S-21E, $10 SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT to SWORDS HARRY JR in LT 16 BLK 8 ER RHODEN ADD, $86,000 FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE CORPORATION to BEHR SHAUN in 31-2S-22E, $136,000 WILLIAMS VIRGINIA C to WILLIAMS AMOS K in 33-2S-21E, $10 AUTO TRUCK & VALUE INC to SMITH RANDALL E in 32-2S-22E, $10 MANN JIMMIE L to CREWS CALLIE B in LT 26-A 06-3S-22E, $9,000 COBB JASON M to BENNETT JOSHUA T in LT 5 BLK 2 OWENS ACRES UNIT II, $143,000 KNABB GEORGE W SR to FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION in 07-3S-22E, $10 FANNIE MAE to SNYDER ROBBIE D in 07-3S-22E, $109,900 BLANTON CAMERON LEE TABER TRUSTEE to BULLARD ERIN CHALLEN in 10-3S-21E, $30,000 WARD GERALD E to NANCE TABITHA YVONNE in 06-4S-21E, $56,064 ROBINSON MICHAEL S to ROBINSON PAMELA D in 12-2S-21, $10 SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT to KISER BRANDON ASHLEY in 30-2S-21E, $65,000 FANNIE MAE to MEYERS STEPHANIE ANN in 11-4S-20E, $65,000 ORALLS MELISSA to JORDAN TIMOTHY M in 07-1S-21E, $10 ROYAL THOMAS D to RICHARDSON DAVID in 03-3S-21E, $100,260 GRIFFIS CASEY C to LEO CYNTHIA T in LT 33 WHISPERING PINES SUB, $225,000 ROWAN, ROBERT W III to ERNEST, ERIC in LT 53 OLD NURSERY PLANTATION, $244,900 ROYAL, JOHN A to CREWS, JAMES DARRELL in 21-1N-21E, $382,800 CALL-MARINO, DONNA to YARBOROUGH, CRAIG in LT 87 ROLLING MEADOWS, $112,000 RAULERSON, SUSIE J to HENDRIX, EDITH H in LT 5 6 BLK 6 SANDERSON, $13,500 SPARDEES REALTY INC to NNN SOLUTIONS FLORIDA II LLC in 05-3S-22E, $1,652,026 VYSTAR CREDIT UNION to PADGETT, TRACY in 18/19 3S-21E, $155,000 ROYAL, JOHN A to DEAL, DAVID L in 33-2S-22EE, $135,500 GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC to RICHARDSON, JAMES E in 30-3S-21E, $45,000 COMBS, TIMOTHY L to SHAFFER, STANLEY K in LT 58 FOX RIDGE ESTATES PHASE 3, $119,000 P & Y PROPERTIES LLC to BLACKBURN, ANNE M in 05-2S-22E, $125,000 ROBERTS, JOHN to ADAMS, KARIBETH in LT 104 ROLLING MEADOWS, $127,000 ROYAL, JOHN A to JOHNSON, JAMES C in 21-1N-21E, $60,000 DAVIS, JEFFREY C to BRANCH, JAMES B III in 20-1S-21`E, $127,500 BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY to WEEKS, JENNIFER L in LT 18 LEANING OAKS SUB, $90,000 BENNETT, PARITIA M to LAWRENCE, JAMES E JR in 29-2S-22E, $105,800 ANDERSON & RAULERSON CONSTRUCTION INC to A & G RENTAL PROPERTIES LLC in 09-3S-22E, $200,000 BAKER COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS to WARNER, MARVIN in 05/08 TS2S R22E, $10 PLUM CREEK TIMBERLANDS LP to HIS LAND LLC in 30-3S-21E, $350,900 BEASLEY, SHELDON R to BEASLEY, SHELDON R in 23-3S-21E, $10 WADDELL, SELINA KAY to WADDELL, SELINA KAY in 17-2S-22E, $10 HARVEY, WINNIFRED JANE to CHESTNUT, LARRY in 25-2S-20E, $50,000 COMBS, GREGORY M to BAXTER COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH INC in 16-1N-21E, $10 REWIS, O D to REWIS-MCDUFFIE, DEANNA in 32-2S-22E, $10 REWIS, O D to REWIS-MCDUFFIE, DEANNA in 32-2S-22E, $10 REWIS ,O D to REWIS-MCDUFFIE, DEANNA in 32-2S-22E, $10 SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT to PAXSON, GARRY R in LT 6 7 FINLEYVILLE SUB, $31,000 ENCINA, RUBY GORMAN to GORMAN, DERRICK A in 07-3S-22E, $10 TAYLOR, ALVIN GENE to MILLER, JAMMIE L in 3202S022E, $96,000 FISH, LEO to JOHNS, WILMA DOREEN FISH in 10-3S-21E, $10 FISH, LEO to FISH, ROBERT LEO in 10-3S-21E, $10 FISH, LEO to FISH, FREEMAN LAMAR in 10-3S-21E, $10 18 MONTHS $459.99$499.99$599.99$699.99FLPMTAPR$26.0021.61%$32.0021.60%$38.0021.64%$46.0021.63%$46mo.$26mo.$46mo. REVELS, CLAUDE D JR to BOISCLAIRE, GINA E in 32-2S-22E, $88,000 THEUS, DAVID A to ROYAL, LARRY DANIEL in 25-2S-20E, $28,000 Advertising Deadline Monday 5:00 pm NO EXCEPTIONS!

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CHURCH AND OBITUARY NOTICE INFORMATION Obituaries must be submitted in a timely fashion and have a local connection. Pictures are printed with obituaries free of charge. The newspaper reserves the right to publish photos based on quality. It is requested that all news items be typed or emailed to insure accuracy in print. CONTACT US By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our oce located at 104 S. Fifth Street, Mac clenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.comT B C PPage10JANUARY 5, 2012 Sanderson Congregational Holiness ChurchCR 127 N., Sanderson, FL Sunday School 10:00 am Morning Worship 11:00 amSunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pmPastor: Oral E. Lyons Calvary Baptist ChurchPastor Donnie E. Williams, Sr. Sunday School 10:00 am Preaching Service 11:00 am Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm Wednesday Service 7:00 pm523 North Boulevard W.a few blocks north of Hwy. 90 in Macclenny Sanderson Christian Revival CenterPastor: Harold FinleySunday School 10:00 am Sunday Service 11:00 am Sunday Evening 6:00 pm Wednesday Service 7:30 pmCome see the exciting things the Lord is doing. Corner of Sapp Rd. and CR 229 Christian Fellowship TempleConnecting > Growing > ServingDavid Thomas-Senior Pastor Tim ThomasAssociate Pastor Gary Crummey-Youth PastorLooking for a place to plug in?Join us this week!Theres something for every age!Sundays Sunday School10:00 am Sunday Worship11:00 am Evening Worship6:00 pm Wednesdays Wednesday Worship7:00 pm Were located at 251 W. Ohio Ave. Macclenny, FL Check us out on the web! www.christianfellowshiptemple.com T L C Sunday school ~ 10:00 am Sunday service ~ 11:00 am Wednesday night Bible Study ~ 6:30 pmFamily style dinner ~ 1st Sunday of the month following serviceA church alive is worth the drive!Pastor Bobby & Faye Gri n Glen St. Mary, Florida1/2 mile South of I-10 on CR 125, right on Nursery Road the historic Budder Mathis House9:00 am Adult Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Worship/ Holy Communion 7:00 pm Wednesday Study/ Holy Communion Saint Peters in the GlenANGLICAN CHURCH New Hope Church, Inc. 23-A to Lauramore Rd. & Fairgrounds Rd.Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am Sunday Childrens Church 11:00 am Sunday Evening Services 6:00 pm Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00 pmPastor J. C. Lauramore welcomes all Mt. Zion N.C. Methodist Church121 North 259-4461 Macclenny, FLPastor Tim CheshireSunday 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 kingdom of God." John 3:5 904-266-2337 904-387-0055 Baldwin Jacksonville Arrangements made in your home or our facility Fair & Reasonable Prices Funeral & Cremation Services Locally Owned & Family Operated Proudly Serving Northeast Florida www.giddensreedfh.com Gid Giddens Welcome First Baptist Church of SandersonCR 229 S., Sanderson FLSunday 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 Christmashttp://www.fbcofsanderson.orgMACCLENNY C HURCH OF C HRIST573 S. 5th S t. 259-6059Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am Fellowship 10:30 am 11:00 amWorship Services 11:00 am Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pmMinister Sam F. Kitching 904.354.0545 FAX 904.358.0167 929 W. Beaver St. 904.354.0546 Email: fkpjr@aol.com Jacksonville, FL 32204 Kenneth Peele, Jr. Licensed Funeral Director Embalmer & Notary Pre Need Counselor C.F.S.P. Carthage Chapel Funeral Home, Inc.We strive to provide all your family needs! Brantley William Cohen, 3 months old, of Baldwin died De cember 30, 2011. He was born in Orange Park to Devan Delano Cohen and Tabitha Elaine Kadlec Co hen on Sep tember 10, 2011. Survivors other than his parents include brother Devan Delano Cohen, Jr.; sister Victoria Lynn Cohen; paternal grandparents Rhonda Sue Brevaldo and Adam Andrews Cohen; maternal grand parents George William (Tina Grandma) Kadlec, Jr and Wendy Elaine Kadlec; paternal great-grandparents Frank and Mary Wilson; maternal greatgrandparents Jim my and Linda Hembree; aunts Sarah Colbert and Kaylie Cohen; numerous cousins. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, January 5 at 11:00 am at Taylor Church in Taylor with Pastor Jim Cox ofneral Services of Macclenny is in charge of arrangements. Brantley Williamrfnftbt rUlys Davis, 86, of Macclenny died January 2, 2012. He was born in Wakulla, Florida to the late Harney J. Davis and Geor gia Williamson Davis on January 25, 1925. He was a lifelong resident of Baker County and a member of the Macclen ny Church of Christ. Mr. Davis was a deco rated World War II veteran who was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received 3 days after the Normandy Invasion in 1944. farming, traveling to bluegrass music shows and the mountains. His biggest passion was raising cows. He was prede ceased by his wife of 61 years Thelma Thrift Davis and infant daughter Sandra Janet Davis. Survivors include children Leonard Ray (Gail) Davis of Macclenny; Neva Davis of St. Augustine, Edgar (Joni) Davis and Nita D. (Darrell) Crawford, both of Macclenny; grandchil dren Stacy (Lewis) Rhoden, Kevin (Rhonda) Davis, Allen Peterson, Julia (Blake) Bull ard, Jennifer (Carlos) Victoria; great-grandchildren Marissa and Ridge Rhoden, Bristol Davis and Brayden Bullard. The funeral service for Mr. Davis will be on Thursday, Jan uary 5 at 2:00 pm at his church Interment will follow in Oak Grove Cemetery in Macclenny. The family will receive friends on Wednesday January 4 from 5:00-8:00 pm at the funeral home. Arrangements are by Ferreira Funeral Services, Mac clenny. Ulys DavisfttfJerral Lee Johnson, 61, of Starke died Thursday, Decem ber 29, 2011 at Shands at the University of Florida. He was born in Jacksonville on November 8, 1950 to the late Herschel Johnson and Ruby Lee Thomp son Dawkins. Jerral was a resi dent of Starke since 1978 after moving from Jacksonville. Mr. Johnson was a member of the Sampson City Church of God and he retired after many ing, working in his garage and most of all spending time with his family. He was preceded by his parents and step-father Wil lis Lee Dawkins. Survivors include loving wife of 41 years Brenda Joyce John son of Starke; children Kim berly Ann (Jeffery Michael) Johnson of Jacksonville and Gregory Michael Johnson, an ag teacher at Baker County High School, of Lawtey; brother Wil bur (Mary Alice) Johnson of Fer nandina Beach; step-brother Lee (Yvonne) Daw kins of Jacksonville; step-sister Joann (Lamar) Pierce of Orange Park; granddaughters Abbigail and Madilyn Johnson. The funeral service was held on Monday, January 2 at 11:00 am at his church with Revs. Gene Bass and Alton Coleman at Crosby Lake Cemetery. Archie Tanner Funeral Services was in charge of arrangements. rt tfbKenneth Michael Mike Gainey Sr., 43, of Taylor died Wednesday, December 28, 2011 at Orange Park Medical Center. He was born in Macclenny and was a lifelong resident of Baker County and the Taylor com munity. He graduated in 1987 from Baker County High School, where he played for the varsity Wildcat football team, and then joined the United States Marine Corp. Mr. Gainey worked for 20 years at Florida Wire and Cable, with 15 of those years at the Sanderson Wiremill. He en collecting Star Trek and Bald Eagle memorabilia and was an avid Florida Gator fan. He attended Taylor Church and was preceded in death by paternal grandparents Clay ton and Matilda Gainey of St. George, GA and his maternal grandparents Eullie and Edith Richardson of Taylor. Survivors include sons Ken neth Michael Gainey Jr. of Taylor and Gabriel Johnson of Daytona Beach; parents Chuck and Louise Gainey of Taylor; brother and sister-in-law Greg and Janice Gainey of Taylor; grandchildren Victoria Jayden Gainey and Tyler Chase Gainey; an uncle, aunts, cousins and his longtime dog and friend Odie. The funeral service was held Saturday, December 31 at 3 pm at his church with Revs. Mark Interment followed at Taylor Cemetery with Marine Corps military honors. Guerry Funeral Home was in charge of arrange ments.t bbtfWilma Davis Razo, 88, of Sanderson died at home with her family by her side after a long illness. She was a lifelong member of Dinkins New Congrega tional Meth odist Church of Sand erson. She worked as a waitress and loved going to church and spend ing time with her family. Mrs. Davis was preceded in death by her parents Albert Bertie Davis and Pearl Raulerson Davis as well as several brothers and sisters. Survivors include sons Clif ton (Betty) Haines of More land, GA and Robert Haines of Sanderson; sisters Pearl Shu mate and Alice Faye Roaldsen, both of Sanderson; brothers Preston (Miriam) Davis, El mus Bud (Shirley) Davis and Carlton (Margie) Davis, all of Sanderson; 10 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren also survive. The funeral service will be held at 2 pm on Thursday, Jan uary 5 at her church with Rev. by Rev. Timothy Alford. Inter ment will follow at Cedar Creek Cemetery, Sanderson. Visitation will be January 4 from 5-10 pm at her church. Guerry Funeral Home of Macclenny is in charge of arrangements. Wilma D. Razo It has been a year now since Jesus called you home. He took you into Heaven and put you on His throne. He knew you needed peace and rest and that is why He took the very best. There is not a day goes by that I dont think about you. You will always be and forever be in my heart and one day we will be together and never have to part. We love and miss you very much.LOVING WIFE KATHY, K IDS AND GRAND K IDS On January 4, 2011 God sent His angels to take you home. Our hearts still ache in sadness What it meant to lose you no one will ever know. We know we cant see you but we know you are still there. Youre our guard ian angel watching over us from up there. Although our hearts are bro ken and our tears still fall, we know you are better, no more suffering at all. We love you Daddy and Papa. You will always be in our hearts. LOVE AL WAYS, DANA, BRITTNEY, MAK AYLA, DEEANNA AND ARIE L WEDD LE rfntbnnrfntbb Send us letters and make sure they are SIGNED with a phone number. bakercountypress.com

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SOCIAL NOTICE SUBMISSION INFORMATION Birth announcements, wedding notices and social events (military service notes and school graduations) must be submitted within four weeks of the event. All news and advertising must be submitted to the newspaper o ce prior to 5:00 p.m. on the Monday prior to publication, unless otherwise noted or arranged. It is requested that all news items be typed or emailed to insure accuracy in print. CONTACT US By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our o ce located at 104 S. Fifth Street, Mac clenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.comT B C PPage11JANUARY 5, 2012 Whats the most popular New Years resolution among Baker County residents? We turned to a poll on Facebook last week. The top resolution: losing weight and getting in shape. One often overlooked avenue to slimming down and toning up is better snacking. Snacks can either be your worst dieting enemy or your new weight-loss best friend. The difference is all in the choices you to develop a healthier relationship with snacking.Portion controlHand someone a bag of chips and ask them to eat just 100 caloonly is it hard to calculate quickus. Soon a few chips become half the bag and the guilt sets in. Dont even give yourself the opportunity to overeat and instead think portion control. Replace full size snack bags with 100-calorie snack packs. They are the perfect way to know youre only eating 100 calories and resist the urge to eat more. Snyders of Hanover offers a variety of 100-calorie Pretzel snack snack aisle of local grocery store. They are quick and easy and perfect for kids or adults. Plus the Smart snacksMaking smart snack choices doesnt mean you have to give There are a number of products satisfy your cravings. Here are some ideas to get you started: 85 calories. You could even cover them with chocolate. Chocolate can be healthy when consumed in small portions. small rectangles is equal to 100 calories. Five pieces of celery with 1 tablespoon peanut butter is equal to 100 calories. This is a very satisfying snack packed with protein and is also gluten-free. small amount of dried fruits with a small amount of nuts is a snack kids love to eat. 100 calories. You can even include cheese with your pretzels for something different with added protein. One cup is equivalent to 100 calyounger children. cups or 1 ounce equals 95 calories. Popcorn is also gluten-free. full of valuable nutrients and they also contain no gluten. native to potato chips. You can eat them with salsa and/or guacamole for a healthy treat. themselves arent really nutriTry topping them with cottage tomatoes for a more nutritious snack. mately 80 calories. Another treat kids really enjoy. your favorite vegetables and roll it up. You could even use a ham slice with hummus and vegetables for a change in variety. This is also a gluten-free snack.Make it simplePut healthy snacks out so theyre easy to grab. Take a bowl and make sure its filled with fresh fruit. For cold snacks create a healthy snack drawer in your refrigerator. Stock it full of baby carrots cut up veggies and low fat dip or puddings. To give your kids incentive to make healthier take any snack from these locations without asking.Read up whole grain or organic options when possible. Youd be surprised to see a lot of snacks you might have overlooked before. Hanover Organic Whole Wheat whole grains and are low in fat.Set small goalsCreating a healthy lifestyle doesnt just happen overnight but the process shouldnt be overwhelming either. Setting into long term eating habits. And its best to set goals that are obtainable so you see your success early on and youre motivated to continue. Healthy snacking is all about making the right choices. to make the right decisions. DINKINS NEW CONGREGATIONAL METHODIST CHURCHCR 127 N. of Sanderson Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Morning Service 11:00 am Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm Wed. Night Service 7:30 pmPastor Allen Crews Assistant Pastor Timothy Alford The Road to CalvaryCorner of Madison & Stoddard Glen St. Mary Rev. Tommy & Doris AndersonYouth Director Margie HowardPhone: 904-259-2213Sunday School: ............ 10:00 am Sunday Morning Service .... 11:00 am Sunday Evening Service ..... 6:00 pm Wednesday Night .......... 7:30 pm NEW LIFE CHURCH INVITES YOU TO with Bishop William Bill LeePastor of Daytona Deliverance Church of God His evangelistic ministry has reached throughout the United States, Canada, the West Indies, Europe, South Africa, India, the United Emirates as well as Australia. He has also been a guest several times on Daystar television, Guest speaker at Walls International Church in Tampa, Florida. He is married to Sheila Renee Mebane of Washington, D.C. and together they are sold out to a life of servant hood. 14271 North SR 121 | Macclenny | 259-6360 New Life ChurchJanuary 8-11Sunday @ 6 p.m. Mon.-Wed. @ 7 p.m.EXPERIENCEthechangePastor Jack Pope School Lunch MENUJanuary 9 January 13Offered everyday:Cold lunch plate of chef salad with wheat roll or crackers and dessert (when offered) 1% lowfat white milk, % lowfat flavored milk, orange juice. Monday, January 9Breakfast: Enriched cereal with a slice of toast, orange juice and milk. Lunch: Beef and bean burrito or beef vegetable soup with a grilled cheese sandwich. Choice of 2 sides: baby limas, raw vegetables with dressing, seasonal fresh fruit, milk choice.Tuesday, January 10Breakfast: Turkey sausage pancake wrap, orange/pineapple juice and milk. Lunch: Golden corndog or ham and macaroni and cheese with homemade whole grain roll. Choice of 2 sides: baked beans, crispy coleslaw, chilled peaches with a schoolmade cookie, milkWednesday, January 11Breakfast: Breakfast sausage pizza, tropical fruit juice and milk. Lunch: BBQ ribbette on a bun or baked lasagna with a slice of homemade Italian bread. Choice of 2 sides: garden salad with dressing, garden green peas, fresh banana and peach cobbler, milk choice.Thursday, January 12Breakfast: Ultimate breakfast round, pineapple juice and milk. Lunch: Slice of pepperoni pizza or chicken noodle soup with a homemade whole grain roll. Choice of 2 sides: Tossed salad with dressing, mixed vegetables, peach cup, milk choice.Friday, January 13Breakfast: Enriched cereal with a slice of toast, orange juice and milk. Lunch: Breaded chicken patty on a bun or chicken fajitas on a corn tortillas. Choice of 2 sides: sweet potato rounds, lettuce and tomato slice seasonal fresh fruit and a cookie, milk choice. Thank you for 35 wonderful years. Love, Charlie Happy 35 th anniversary, Janet. Stetson Levi FergusonKeegan and Dawson Ferguson are pleased to announce the arand measured 20 inches long. Proud parents are Stephen St. Mary. Teagan NewmansKarsen Newmans is pleased to announce the arrival of sister Center in Jacksonville. and measured 19 inches long. Proud parents are Jimmy clude Tammy and Dennis Norton Stone of Sanderson and Bob SCHOOL ACTIVITIESJanuary 5 BCHS: Boys Basketball at Terry Parker, 6 pm, Girls Weightlifting vs. Middleburg, 3 pm WES: Good Morning Show Club Mtg., 8:00 am January 6 BCHS: HiQ to Florida Gateway College Brain Bowl, 8:00 am, Football Banquet, Auditorium, 6 pm BCMS: District Spelling Bee, Auditorium KIS: Accelerated Reading Goal #4 Due WES: Positive Behavior Support Club Mtg., 8 pm January 7 BCHS: Boys Basketball vs. Keystone, 6 pm January 8 BCHS: Community-Wide School Prayer, BCHS, 3 pm January 9 BCHS: Softball Tryouts, 3 pm, AFJROTC Fundraiser Begins BCMS: Boys and Girls Basketball at Hamilton, 5 pm, North Florida Honor Band Auditions, 6 pm WES: Family Reading Night, 4 pm MES: Journalism Club Mtg., 3:15 pm PK/K: Kindergarten Accelerated Reader Night, 5:30 and 6:30 pm January 10 BCHS: Girls Basketball at Forrest, 6 pm BCMS: Semester Exams Language Arts/Reading and Social Studies WES:Just Say No! Club Mtg., 8:00 am, Tutoring/After School Reading Club, 3 :15 pm KIS: Family Reading Night, 4 pm, School Advisory Council Mtg., 6 pm WES: Just Say No! Club Mtg., 8:00 am, School Advisory Council Mtg., 8:00 am, After-school Reading Club, 3:15 pm MES: Just Say No! Club Mtg., 8:00 am PK/K: Kindergarten Accelerated Reader Night, 5:30 and 6:30 pm January 11 BCHS: Volleyball Banquet, Ag Center, 7:00 pm BCMS: Semester Exams PE/Band & Science WES: Merrie Melodies Club Mtg., 8:00 am bakercountypress.com

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Monday Friday 9:00 am 5:00 pmby phone904-259-2400onlinewww.bakercountypress.comorclassieds@bakercountypress.comby mailSend a copy of the ad exactly as it should appear, payment and phone number where we can reach you.PO Box 598, Macclenny, Fl 32063Placement, correction or cancellation of ads may be phoned in anytime before Monday at 5 p.m. for publication on Thursday.20 words, 1 week .................$6.00 cash/check20 words for $7.00 Visa/MC20 each additional word15 words, 1 week .................$8.00 cash/check15 words for $9.00 Visa/MC20 each additional word Page 12 T B C P ursday, January 5, 2012 T B C PClassiedsoer a world of values! Classied Rates: Service Ad Rates: To Place an Ad: Deadlines: Wanted: Landowners, no credit or bad credit, you can own a new manufactured home. In house nancing. Call 386-4180438. 1/5-26c Brand new, 4/2 over 1600 SF home for only $43,900. Call John T. 386-752-1452. 12/221/12c Live Oak Homes being sold at invoice. Best prices in the state of Florida. 13th Street Homes, Alachua, FL 386-418-0424. 1/5-26c Huge 32 x 80, 4/2 only $29,900. Solid 16x80. Wow only $12,900. Call John T. 386752-1452. 12/22-1/12c Used 14 x 70 3 BR, 2 BA, delivered and setup, A/C included $12,500. Call Ridge 386418-0424. 1/5-26c New 2012 doublewide, 3 BR, 2 BA delivered and set-up only $32,995. 386-418-0435. 1/5-26c Bank repo Homes of Merit 32 x 70, tape and texture home only $49,995. Call Bruce 386-418-0424. 1/5-26c Tax time! Use your W-2 as your down pay ment. 2 BR home ony $239/month. Call 386-418-0424. 13th Street Homes, Alach ua, FL. 1/5-26c the truthfulness of claims. Respondents should use caution and common sense before sending any money or making other commitments based on statements and/or promises; demand specics in writing. You can also call the Federal Trade Commis sion at 1-877-FTC-HELP to nd out how to spot fraudulent solicitations. Remember: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The Baker County Press Accepting applications for AC duct install er and electrician. Must have valid drivers license and 5 years experience in position applying for. Will do background check. Apply in person at Dependable Heating/ AC and Electrical located at 203 East Mac clenny Ave, Macclenny, FL. 1/5tfc Two dump truck drivers needed. Clean MCR, veriable employment. Contact Billy at 904-334-8739. 12/29-1/19p Fleet Mechanics Needed: Tractor/trailer mechanics needed for late model eet. Must have experience and tools. Welding experience helpful, good pay and benets. Apply in person at Pritchett Trucking, Lake Butler, FL or online at www.pritchetttruck ing.com. 10/27tfc Notice to Readers All real estate advertising in this newspa per is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise any prefer ence, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with par ents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimi nation, call HUD toll free at 1-800-6699777. The toll free telephone number for the impaired is 1-800-927-9275. Fully furnished riverfront cabin in Glen St. Mary for only $124,900! 2 BR, 1 BA on St. Marys river with 60 wrap-around deck! 904-333-6363. 1/5-26p 3 BR, 2 BA brick home on acre in Glen eld Oaks, a gated community, $140,000 net. Call 813-1580. 7/14tfc 1999 mobile home, 28x60, 4 BR, 2 BA sits on 2.77 acres in Glen St. Mary. $69,500. 904-728-2885. 1/5-12p 1-10 acres high and dry, sh pond, creek or river front, homes/mobile homes, set-up. Owner nancing. 912-843-8118 or 904699-8637. www.landyes.net. 6/30tfc FSBO Custom built home, 3 BR, 2 BA in city limits. Stucco and stone exterior, two car garage, $145,900. Call 591-2640. 1/5-26p 4 BR, 2 BA brick home on acre in Glen eld Oaks, a gated community, $145,000 OBO. Call 813-1580. 7/14tfc 3.46 acres, north Sanderson, set up for mo bile home $42,000. Owner nancing. Call 904-813-1580. 2/10tfc 2 BR, 1 BA apartment, utility room with W/D hook-up. First month plus deposit. Glen St. Mary. Available now. 904-5913723. 1/5-12p 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on 1 acre on 125 south, pole barn, sh pond, fenced property $900/month, $1200 deposit, 259-9066. 12/29tfc 3 BR, 2 BA singlewide close to shopping area. $575/month. Call 904-476-8907 or 904-545-5485. 1/5p 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide extra clean $850/ month, $650 deposit. 3 BR, 2 BA singlewide extra clean $650/month, $650 deposit. 259-2121. 12/22tfc 2 BR trailer for rent $400/month, $200 deposit. 259-6391. 1/5p Mobile home in Sanderson 3 BR, 2 BA, $750 security deposit, $750/month. Call 904-259-2255 or 904-813-1580. 5/12tfc Room for rent, new house, share kitchen etc., single only $400/month includes elec tric, water, cable, 904-735-4304. 12/29-1/5p January move-in special, 3 BR, 2 BA newly remodeled with new carpet, tile and fresh paint. 904-571-9228. 12/22tfc Apartment 2 BR, 1 BA CH/A 49 W Ohio Ave. $550/month, $550 deposit. 259-6488. 1/5p Mobile Homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C, service animals only. $500-575 plus deposit. 904860-4604. 9/1tfc Two properties Rent to Own: 3/2 double wide in Macclenny $750/month plus depos it. 3/2 doublewide with workshop, fenced for horses, $850/month plus deposit. Ser vice animals only 904-477-8995. 1/5-12p 4 BR, 2 BA river front mobile home. $850 deposit. $850/month. 813-3091. 9/29tfc 2 BR, 1 BA duplex, all appliances in cluding washer and dryer, $650/month, $300 deposit. 259-3300 or 591-2790. 9/1tfc 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on large lot, Cuyler area. $700/month. 904-674-3285 or 904838-3934. 12/22-1/12p 3 BR, 2 BA singlewide on private lot. $650/ month, $500 deposit. References required. Service animals only. 259-5853. 1/5p 2 or 3 BR mobile home $385-$550; half acre, garbage, water, sewer, lawn provided, family neighborhood. 912-843-8118 or 904-699-8637. www.rentyes.net. 6/30tfc In St. George, 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide, one acre fenced, kitchen equipped, CH/A, $600/month. Will sell with owner finance ing. 904-879-2143. 1/5p Class i fied ads and no tic es must be paid in ad vance, and be in our office no lat er than 4:00 pm the Monday preceding pub li ca tion, unless otherwise arranged in advance. Ads can be mailed provided they are accompanied by payment and instructions. They should be mailed to: Class i fied Ads, The Baker County Press, P.O. Box 598, Mac clen ny, FL 32063. We can not assume responsibility for ac curacy of ads or notices given over the telephone. Li a bil i ty for errors in all advertising will be limited to the first publication only. If after that time, the ad continues to run without notification of error by the person or agen cy for whom it was pub lish ed, then that party as sumes full payment re spon sibility. The Baker County Press reserves the right to refuse advertis ing or any oth er mate ri al which in the opinion of the publisher does not meet standards of publication. Ofce Supplies, printer and fax cartridges, rubber stamps and much more. We special ize in hard to nd items. The Ofce Mart, 110 S. 5th Street. 259-3737. 4/28tfc Got leaves? We can get them out of your way and have your yard looking great. Call 904-591-2640. Licensed and insured. 1/5tfc BCHS Yearbooks and senior ads are on sale now! Yearbooks are $80 and name plates are $10. Order online by going to https://www.yearbookordercenter.com/ and entering job #1064. Go to BCHS web site for more details. We will be accepting Senior Ads until the beginning of Febru ary. Please call Brynnee Volner, room 627 or email bpayne@baker.k12..us for more details. Information is on the BCHS website under /2012 Yearbooks. 12/29-1/5c Seasoned oak rewood standard size pick-up load $100, can deliver for addition al $25, Call 653-1149. 12/22-1/12p Weslow Cadence C42 space saver tread mill, 2 years old, asking $200. 259-8178. 1/5-12p We install 6 seamless gutters. Pressure washing. 259-7335. 8/11tfc Artists. Oils, acrylics water colors, Canvas es, draw ing pads and much more. On sale now. The Of ce Mart, 110 S. Fifth Street, 259-3737. tfc Seasoned rewood $80 for half cord de livered. Call Bruce 838-3130. 1/5-1/26p Convertible crib light colored wood, will convert to toddler bed and double head board, $75 obo. Blue crib bedding, nurs ery rhyme theme, comforter, padding, wall hanging, sheets and matching lamp $35. 588-3628. 1/5tfc Camille Beckman hand cream Root candles, unique gift items. Southern Charm 110 S. 5th Street. 259-4140. 4/28tfc Landscaping mulch While supply lasts. 259-2900. 4/28tfc 1997 Monterey Montura 21 inboard/out board with bimini top and trailer. Now ac cepting bids, contact Beth at 653-4453. 11/17tfc Graco Stroller blue plaid covering, very nice, $25 OBO. 588-3628. 12/15tfc 2000 BMW 328i black with grey leather interior, automatic, V6, very nice, good gas mileage, plenty of power. $5900 OBO. 5912640. 1/5-26p Looking to watch your child 5 days a week to play with my 1 year old grandchild. Call for details 397-0120 or 207-0455. 1/5-12p Got leaves? We can get them out of your way and have your yard looking great. Call 904-591-2640. Licensed and insured. 1/5tfc Helping Hands of Baker County Need help with housework, washing the car or even walking the dog? Call 904-349-7382. Work for donations only towards my mis sion. 12/29-1/12p No time for house cleaning? Call Paula and Belinda. Reasonable rates, experi enced, references if needed. 904-6531773. 12/29-1/5p Donkey, 1 make Jack, 1 years old. Would be great for breeding, cross mark on back $200. 945-3626. 1/5p Dogs: all types from puppies to adults. Ani mal Control, $65 adoption fees will apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc Free wild and fun kitten Brother, sister killed by dogs. Cant keep in the house and must give away. Please call 275-2901. 1/5p Free to good home ; kittens approx. 10 weeks old and their mother must find homes immediately due to family emer gency. 904-397-0752. 1/5p Notice to readers: The newspaper often publishes classi ed advertising on subjects like work-athome, weight loss products, health prod ucts. While the newspaper uses reasonable discretion in deciding on publication of such ads, it takes no responsibility as to For Sale Advertising Info. YARD SALESFriday and Saturday 8:00 am ? 8010 Briarwood Circle in Glen. Big green house in Glenwood. Follow signs. Saturday only 7:30 am 10:00 am, 728 Liberty Circle, Heritage Oaks subdivision, last house on right before you get to the pool. Everything is free. Couch and love seat, two baby swings that dont work, car seat, vacuum cleaner, other various items. Saturday 8:00 am ?, US 90 at Gilford Davis Road, halfway between Glen and Sanderson Saturday 8:00 am 12:00 pm 5529 South Huckleberry Trail in Rolling Mead ows. Multifamily yard sale. Saturday 8:00 am ? 748 N. 5th St. Baby clothes, bakers rack, furniture, movies, PS2 games, lots of everything. 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home in Cozy Corners, $545/month, first, last and $300 deposit. Water, trash and lawn service included, central H/A. 259-7335. 4/7tfc Country living on 1 acre, doublewide, 1800 SF, 3 BR, 2 BA, W/D, large rooms, storage shed. $850/month plus deposit. 653-2157 or 904-314-4762. 1/5-12p 2 BR mobile homes, $350/month, $350 deposit and $400/month, $400 deposit, garbage, water, sewage and lawn care in cluded. First months rent is prorated. 904219-2690 or 912-843-8165. 11/17tfc Efciency apartment $520/month. rst, last and $300 security deposit. Includes: lawn service, trash, and electric. Call 2597335. 9/22tfc 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home, CH/A, $600/ month, $500 deposit 923-2191. 12/22-1/12p 3 BR, 2 full BA, CH/A, in Kozy Korners, $600/month, rst, last and $300 deposit, includes trash, lawn service and water, 259-7335. 11/24tfc 3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, water and sewer included. Convenient to town, right behind Winn Dixie, $550/month. Call Dustin 904408-2480. 1/5p 3 BR, 1 BA brick home for rent in Sander son on 1 acre of land, carport, service pets only. $800/month, deposit required. Call 259-8444 for more information. 10/20tfc 2 BA brick home in city, fenced yard. $725/month rent, $725 deposit to move in. Call 259-8595. 12/29tfc Room for rent, $80 a week, all utilities in cluded. 904-402-1702. 12/1tfc Professional office space for lease. Prime location on Hwy 121 Call 259-9022 for details. 11/3tfc For sale or lease, 1900 SF commercial building, lots of parking space, 1 block from City Hall, hospital and courthouse. Call 259-6546 or 219-2842. 1/5tfc Bank Repo, 4 BR, 2 BA, den, 2128 SF, super big home, very clean $32,995. Call Bruce or Kyle 386-418-0424. 1/5-26c Ofce for sale, DCA modular, singlewide $9,000. Call Jared or Greg 904-259-4663. 12/15-1/5c 16x80 Horton home, 3 BR, 2 BA, delivered and set up, A/C included. $18,995. First come, First serve. This is a deal. Call Bruce 386-418-0424. 1/5-26c 2011 Models 10K off Free furniture pack age included, set-up, AC, steps and skirt ing. Huge 4 BR $59,900. Call 904-2594663. 12/15-1/5c To save thousands on new, used and bank reop manufactured homes visit 13th Street Homes, 12426 NW US Highway 441, Alachua, FL or Call 386-418-0424. 1/5-26c I buy and sell used homes. 32x80 4/2 $42,900, 28x52 3/2 $29,900. Prices in clude set up and delivery 904-259-4663. 12/15-1/5c 2011 Blowout, 3/2 doublewide only $29,995 or 4/2 doublewide only $34,995 on your land or mine. Call John T. 386-7521452. 12/22-1/12c Tired of all the extras buy my 2012 model 4 BR, 2 BA delivered and set-up. Well,septic,electric and permits included $59,999. Call Kyle 386-418-0424. 1/5-26c Huge triplewide! Will sell fast only $390 per month also come with large porch. Call John T. 386-752-1452. 12/22-1/12c Used 14 x 56, 2 BR, 1 BA delivered only $5,995. Call 386-418-0435. 1/5-26c For Rent Real Estate 1395 Cha ee Road South, Jacksonville 904.772.9800 FOUR BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME SITES IN MACCLENNY MLS# 599804, 599805, 599806, 599807 Build your dream home in this gorgeous community. $34,200 each. MOTIVATED SELLER MLS# 601327 and # 601334 Vacant land; Lot 28, 13.85 acres; Lot 29, 13.12 acres. Beautiful property, great neighborhood, some trees may be harvested. $90,000 each BEAUTIFUL NEW HOMESITE MLS# 537180 10.01 acres; country living at its best! County maintained road; perfect place to ride the ATVs and horses. $71,800 ZONED FOR HOUSES/MOBILE HOMES MLS# 547499 Vacant land; 11.87 acres. Minutes from I-10, schools, restaurants and shopping. $55,000 BEAUTIFUL 2-STORY HOME ON 22+ ACRES MLS# 585800 4 BR/2.5BA; you will love the total seclusion of this property. Perfect for the horse lover. $353,300 GREAT HOME W/TONS OF POTENTIAL MLS# 579587 Brick house on 2.51 acres, 4BR/2.5BA w/o ce/bonus room; 3 sep replaces, loft and dressing room and so much more. Screened room overlooks inground pool. $229,000 SHORT SALE MLS# 595799 4BR/3BA well maintained double wide on 5 acres on St. Marys River with trails and wood. Perfect for country living or weekend getaways. $86,900 JUST REDUCED MLS# 580902 Beautiful 5 acres in the country. High and dry and within walking distance to the St. Marys River. Perfect location for your dream home or modular. Dont forget to bring your horses! $64,500 BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME MLS# 543540 15 acres completely cleared and grassed; zoned 1 home per 7.5 acres; on paved road. $195,000 VACANT LAND MLS# 594243 2.29 acres commercial. Just o I-10; unlimited potential. Has 3-phase electric and underground water lines to rear of property. $290,000 SHORT SALE MLS# 428488 5.63 acres, cleared, zoned for houses or mobile homes. Large pole barn has many possibilities. $114,000 HORSE LOVERS THIS IS YOUR DREAM LOCATION MLS# 575392 20.02 acres on 2 divided 10.01 acre lots. Perfect for site built dream home or modular but no mobile homes. $159,900 Help Wanted Macclenny Realty, Inc. WE HAVE THE HOME FOR YOU COMMERCIAL GENERALCorner lot zoned commercial neighborhood on Hwy. 121 North. (Adjoining property available if needed) $79,900 Excellent business location. Four lots total 1.20 acres with approx. 320 Hwy. 121 front age. $239,900 Great location for retail business 1404 SF building currently used as a car lot. No sign on property. Zoned commercial general. $250,000 Excellent corner for business. .92 acre located on US Hwy. 90 zoned commercial general. $219,900 Corner lot in excellent business location on Hwy. 125 S. in Glen St. Mary. $49,900VACANT LAND1 acre vacant lot with small oaks ready for your dream home. Close to Shoals Park in Hunters Ridge. Priced to sell! $22,500 Two beautiful acre lots with giant oaks, less than a block from boat ramp and park on 6 Mile Creek. Close to St. Johns River, St. Au gustine beach and Bass Haven. $109,900 each 1 acre lot with trees. High & dry! In Hunters Ridge. $29,900 11.07 acres zoned commercial in projected developing area of Baker County. Located near I-10 and Hwy. 90. $440,000 Totally remodeled riverfront home on 1 acre. Beautiful family room, huge back porch and screened front porch. RV shelter and cook shel ter, nice workshop on lower level. Will consider owner nancing. $165,000 Move in for the New Year! On pretty 1/2 acre lot. Huge workshop located on westside of Baldwin close to US 90/301 & I-10. Owner nancing. MLS#593455 $39,900 Commercial FR Mobile Homes Miscellaneous Anderson Quality ROOFING Metal & Shingle Reroofs & Roof Repairs Your hometown contractor! 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SPORTS NOTICE SUBMISSIONS We welcome your sports submissions for youth league, traveling league or individual athletic achievements. The paper reserves the right to publish submissions. It is requested that all news items be typed or emailed to insure accuracy in print. CONTACT US By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our o ce located at 104 S. Fifth Street, Mac clenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.comT B C PPage14JANUARY 5, 2012 BOB GERARD | SPORTS With the turn of the new year, heres a look at whats coming up in local sports. The BCHS football banquet on January 6 at 6 pm at the First Baptist Church of Macclenny is the place to be, particularly if you are a Seminole fan. Its easy to use the term legend, but former FSU coach Bobby Bowden lives up to the billing. He is the main speaker at the banquet. In his 34 year career, Mr. Bowden won two national titles, 12 ACC titles, had a pair of Heisman Trophy quarterbacks and is the second winningest coach of all time. He is a four-time national coach of the year, went to 28 straight college bowls and finished in the top 5 for 14 straight seasons. Tickets for the event can be purchased at the door for $5. Basketball is into the meat of the schedule as the boys and girls squads wind down to the district tournament in early February. The girls have been steadily improving as the seasons progressed. They will travel to Forrest High on January 10 and return home against West Nassau on January 13. The boys placed fourth in the Florida First Coast Classic, and though they had a rough start to the season, theyve shown some improvement lately. They travel to Terry Parker on January 5 before returning home against Keystone Heights on Saturday. Wrestling is in full swing, as is girls weightlifting. The lady lifters host Middleburg on Thursday at 3 pm and lift in a sub-sectional meet on Saturday at 9 am. The wrestlers travel to St. Augustine on January 12. Softball and baseball teams throw out their first pitches in early February. The Wildcat basketball team took fourth place in the Florida First Coast Classic December 2729 in the BCHS gym. The Cats lost their opening round match to Interlachen and had to battle back from the losers bracket to reach the consolation game. The Wildcats loss to Interlachen 49-48 was a heartbreaker. Interlachen broke a tie score with two seconds to go on a threepointer to win the game. The Cats had erased a 25-17 halftime deficit to claw their way back in the game. The Rams controlled the early run of play, outscoring BCHS 15-9 in the first quarter and steadily building their lead. Both teams started the third period ice cold and went almost 3.5 minutes without scoring a basket. BCHS narrowed the Ram lead to 6 points late in the third but Interlachen extended it back to 12 points. BCHS hit some key three pointers and freshmen center CeCe Jefferson made some key defensive plays under the basket to help lead the Wildcats back late in the fourth period. The Cats narrowed the score to 45-41 with 3:45 left and it was a 2-point game a minute later. Jefferson had two big defensive plays a block and a tie-up and Jesse Gardner hit a three pointer to give BCHS the 46-45 lead. Interlachen tied the score with a free throw and then hit the three pointer. BCHS hit a two pointer at the buzzer but it was too little, too late. Gardner led the Cats with 13 points. Darryl Johnson had 10, Cameron Mack 8 and Jefferson 6 points. The boys then won their way into the consolation match with a 65-54 victory over Newberry on December 28. The Cats started fast and were on top the whole way against the Panthers. The Wildcats took a 25-18 edge into the locker room at halftime. They continued to build on the lead with a rocking third period where they out scored their opponents 23-16. Newberry tried hard to come back in the final period but fell short as BCHS advanced to meet the Bolles Bulldogs. The Cats couldnt manage much offense in the consolation game, and though Bolles didnt exactly light up the basket either, they were able to eke out a 40-32 win. Bolles started fast, taking an SPEND 75 SAVE WAY MORE THAN $75using the inserts and ads located in the paper every week!It just makes CENTS to buyT B C P104 South Fifth St. | Macclenny | 259-2400 The Lady Wildcat basketball team won its way into the finals of the Bishop Snyder Christmas Tournament before losing to rival Baldwin 54-42. The Cats beat Bishop Snyder in the first round and Ed White in the semi-final game. Chelsey Ruise had 20 points in the 48-40 win over the White Commanders to lead all scorers. Ruise had 9 points in the final period as BCHS outscored White 16-6 to secure the win. The game was close throughout the first half with both teams trading basket for basket. But White outscored BCHS 15-7 in the third to pull ahead. BCHS came roaring back however in the fourth to grab the win. Ruise led all scorers with 20 and Marnae Gaskins had 13. It was a different story in the final on December 21 as Baldwin used strong outside shooting to win by 12 points. The Indians went up early 1611 and steadily built on the lead. But BCHS came back late in the half and trailed by two points, 23-21, at intermission. Baldwin continued to shoot the ball well and kept the Cats top scorer Chelsey Ruise in check. She hit 12 points, well below her average. Ruise nonetheless led the Cats in scoring. Tiana Raysor had 11 and Shanice Paige 7 in the loss. The girls travel to Forrest on January 10. early 7-point lead. They built on it in the second period and led by 9 at the half. Darryl Johnson led the Cats with 7 points and CeCe Jefferson had 6 for BCHS in the losing effort.PHOTO BY JUD JOHNSONAbove: Kamoren Mack with a lay up against Interlachen during the Wildcats opening game of the Florida First Coast Classic. The boys fell 49-48 in a close game that came down to the nal seconds. Also during the same game, at left, are Wildcats Sean Fogarty (right) and CeCe Je erson on defense.PHOTOS BY JUD JOHNSONAbove, Tianna Raysor (right) with a lay up during the girls game against Baldwin in the Bishop Synder Christmas tournament. Below, Haley Bussell (right) attempts a steal.PHOTO BY JUD JOHNSONChelsey Ruise drives past a defender during the girls loss to Baldwin in the tournament nal, 54-42. rfrBaker County Wildcat volleyball player Kayla Holland was recently named to The Florida TimesUnion All First Coast volleyball team. Holland got an honorable mention and was the lone Cat to make the team. She led her squad in kills with 242 and hit 261 percent on the season. Holland was second on the team in digs with 228. She also had the best serve reception grade. She is an amazing all-around player, which is something you dont find much in volleyball anymore, as most players specialize in either hitting or back row, said Coach Heather Sulkowski. She was our most efficient hitter and passer. She is the total package and I cant wait to coach her in her senior year. We expect big things from Kayla.rfnt bf Do you have any old photos of Baker County people or buildings?We would like to use them.Call 259-2400 for more information. Need a phone number for a classi ed ad and dont have the paper handy?bakercountypress.com