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The Baker County press
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Title: The Baker County press
Uniform Title: Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Tate Powell
Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 2006
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Macclenny (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Baker County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Baker -- Macclenny
Coordinates: 30.283333 x -82.116667 ( Place of Publication )
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).
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    Section A: Main: Obituaries
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77th Year, VoL 14 Thursday July 20, 2006 Alacclenny, Florida 50o


is settled

rom '05

Oii Interstate 10
Press Siaff
A Games% ille mo\ ing company
has settled a lawsuit by a M acclen-
ny woman injured in an accident
caused b\ one of its truck dnvers.
w ho had multiple traffic violations
and was unlicensed at the time
Dianna Pounds suffered seri-
ous multiple fractures to her w rist.
M which required metal plates, pins
and screw s to repair.
As a condition of the settlement.
the payment amount cannot be re-
vealed, according to her attomey
Charles Sorenson.
NIs Pounds. 58. a medical as-
sistant at Fraser Memorial Hospi-
tal, was on 1-10 enroute to Jack-
sonville around 4 30 pm Jul\ 19,
2005 w hen the accident occurred.
Clarence Campbell. 43, driv-
ing a semni with a flat-bed trailer.
pulled in front of her just past the
Chaffee Road overpass, according
to the Flonda Highway Patrol
He'd been stopped on the south
shoulder of the highway to re-se-
cure. his load. He'd made a stop in
Nlacclenn. to deliver heavy equip-
- rnent. -* ,,:
NIs. Pounds was unable to
: swerve around him because there
was a car in the next lane, so she
hit the back of the trailer, then car-
omed into the path of another car
which struck her.
Her vehicle %\as totaled.
She w as lucky to have escaped
with her life, according to Mr. So-
renson. who is with the Jackson-
ville law firm of Coker, Schickel,
Sorenson & Daniel
Police cited NMr. Campbell for
improperly pulling out in front of
Ms. Pounds filed a lawsuit No-
vember 1 in circuit court in Duval
At first the suit alleged simple
negligence against Mr. Campbell
and his employer, Hill's Van Ser-
vice. (As part of thie settlement, the
company was not to be identified,
but it is listed in the police report.)
However, after Mr. Sorenson
discovered MN r Campbell's driving
record, he amended the complaint
to allege negligent hiring and re-
tention against Hill's.
The company should have made
"an appropriate in% estimation into
his suitability to operate [a] motor
vehicle," the lawsuit said.
"It was company policy to do a
background check," according to
Mr. Sorenson, "but they didn't do
it in his case."
It costs just $3 and very little
time to have the Jacksonville Sher-
iff's Office do a check, he added.
Mr. Campbell had 21 traffic ci-
tations, Mr. Sorenson said.
He also had an extensive crimi-
nal record dating back to 1982,
and was arrested for crimes rang-
ing from prowling to burglary to
possession and sale of drugs, as
well as grand theft auto.
Hill's Van Service agreed to pay
Ms. Pounds for medical expenses
and lost wages, as well as pain and.
Because of her wrist injuries,
she had to greatly reduce hours
she worked at her part-time job as
a lab tech at Shands Jacksonville,
Mr. Sorenson said.
Her case was featured in a tele-
vision report last week on First
Coast News.

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Fumi'e Joseph Jordan. slnrldess and .soabng n et, is led horn the scene ofAlondav s capture at the naile olIns uncle est ofGlen St .Alanar .lso in photo (from left arl Sg tAlichael
Cren s, Invesngator Randy Cre s and Depun-Alike Lagle rightt.

Broward armed robber found hiding in

cabinet after police storm trailer in Glen

A fugitive with six felony con- Jordan's
victions and wanted in at least two Jennifer
states was found hiding in a kitchen custody
cabinet at a trailer in west Glen St across tl
Marn in the earl\ evening of Juh Chiel
17. spied N
More than a dozen Baker County leave th
deputies surrounded the residence of ran bac
Shelli Jordan off CR 139B for more the trail
than an hour before the six-member ing the
Special Response Team entered and Polic
found Joseph E. Jordan, 36, of Fort Brow ar
Lauderdale had tele
Shortly after several deputies that afti
went to the trailer about 5:20, Mr. number

s girlfriend, 31-year-old Joseph Jorda
*A Federlin, %was taken into eluded police it
after she exited and ran several days, al
he front yard. rung them in a
f Gerald Gonzalez said he during which s
kir Jordan attempting to were damaged.
rough a rear door. but he Mlr Jordan v
k inside when he realized armed robbene
er %as surrounded, prompt- Beach and Bro'i
stand-off been looking fc
e %ere told by authorities in break when Ms
d County that the girlfriend contacted themrn
phonedd her mother earlier on Monday.
ernoon, and they traced the "We seemed t
to the Jordan residence. he'd been; but t

An indomitable

spirit keeps this

MD victim going

Press S/aff
Ricky Higginbotham has lived his entire life dealing with limb girdle
muscular dystrophy, but he has never let it stop him for one minute. .
When an unsuccessful surgical procedure last fall resulted in his be-
ing dependant on a wheel chait, the indomitable Glen St. Mary resident
refused to let his condition slow him down.
Muscular Dystrophy (MD) is a group of more than 30 genetic diseases
characterized by progressive weakness and degeneration of the skeletal
rhuscles that control movement.
Limb girdle MD is usually not fatal and victims can live long and often
full lives.
In fact, even from his wheelchair, Mr. Higginbotham, who recently
turned 50, repairs electrical appliances like microwave ovens.
He uses a collapsible hydraulic table with locking wheels when he is.
working. The motorized wheel chair allows him to hold the handlebar on
the table and maneuver it into position.
He still has to have help with lifting and, of course, people must bring
appliances to him.
Last fall, Mr. Higginbotham, who has a background in auto mechanics,
electrical work and appliance repair, fell while working around his home
and sustained serious bruising to his torso area. While recovering, he was
sent'to a urologist who convinced him of the need for surgical removal of
scar tissue.
The surgery left him unable to stand and he had no recourse but to use a
wheelchair. With no post-surgery care or physical therapy recommended
by the surgeon, Mr. Higginbotham was on his own.
"They did the surgery, sent me home after one day with no instructions
and basically said, 'See ya later,'" said Mr. Higginbotham.
For victims of limb girdle MD, physical exercise is critical.
Healing from the surgery took weeks. Without the exercise and con-
fined to the chair, his leg tendons shrank severely, leaving him unable to
stand or walk.

n had successfully
n south Florida for
t one time outrun-
a high-speed chase
several police cars
Was sought for two
*s in West Palm
Aaid authorities had
r hium They got a
. Federlin's mother
about the phone call
to show up at places
he managed to sta\

ahead of us." said Detecti e Joseph
Ventura of the Broward Count\
Sheriff's Office He and another of-
ficer were in NMacclenny the follow -
ing da\ to question Mr. Jordan and
Nls. Federlin
Both suspects were to be trans-
feired from the Baker Count) jail
later this week and early next
Detective Ventura said Mr. Jor-
dan is wanted also in West \'irgima
as a sexual offender.
,Most of his past convictions have



fees of

Press Staff
Glen St. Mary officials Tuesday
night became the last to decide on
how much the town will charge in
impact fees for new construction.
At a workshop prior to their reg-
ular monthly meeting, town coun-
cilmen agreed to charge $2750
per unit, and to collect the school
board's $1500 fee.
The mayor will now work on
getting an ordinance, written so
that the council can vote the fees
into law.
Glen's amount is higher than
the county's $1500 and lower than
the City of Macclenny, which is
slightly higher than $3000. The
county, the city and the school
board all approved the concept of
impact fees late last year.
The fees, levied on ne\\ con-
struction, are intended to help pay
for the additional roads, schools,
police and fire services needed to
accommodate growth
The county's fee is dedicated to
transportation. while iacclenny's
is apportioned to la" enforcement,
emergencN services, fire services
and recreation
Glen St. Mary will also spread
its fee across several categories.
A studN is required to determine
w whether a fee is justified and what
amount can be assessed.
Glen officials paid the town's
engineer, Mittauer & Associates,
todo the study.
However, they opted not to fol-
low the firm's recommendations,
which would have added up to
$1 900
Under the fee approved Tues-

been on property -related crimes to
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Ricky Higginbotham repairs appliances from his motorized wheelchair by using an adjustable hydraulic work table with locking wheels.
Higginbotham, 50, a resident of Glen St. Mary, has been using a wheelchair since unsuccessful surgery last fall. Blackie, Mr. Higginbo-
tham 's faithful little dog, often hops onto his lap while he is working. PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNI AN

He finally sought physical therapy on his own
through Medicare and currently undergoes sessions
twice a week in Macclenny. He also exercises at home
three times daily. Through therapy, the home exercises
and his stubborn spirit, Mr. Higginbotham is deter-
mined to be standing and walking short distances be-
fore the year is out.
Duchenne MD, the most common form of the dis-
order, strikes in infancy and often takes the life of the
victim in the early teenage years.
"There is no cure for MD, but I was lucky I had the
limb girdle form," says Mr. Higginbotham. "Otherwise

I probably wouldn't be here today. As a child, we knew
something was wrong and my parents would take me
to the pediatrician and he would tell them not to worry,
I was just uncoordinated."
Over time, the problems with coordination, motor
skills and mobility grew more pronounced, but Mr.
Higginbotham's fighting spirit always kept him going.
He wasn't coddled by his family, which in retrospect
he views as a valuable experience.
"I got no special treatment because I was different,"
he said. "My dad always made me try by myself first,'
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'Indomitable spirit motivates ___________ISING

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then if something proved too dif- doing. .
ficult, someone could step in and After that, Mr. Higginbotham
give me handd" says, he never worried over it
He also credits the friends he again.
had in Glen St. Mary while he was Dr. Valensteine did make one
growing up. They accepted him as 'sobering prediction: Mr. Higginbo-
he was and helped him if he needed tham would be in a %%heel chair, un-
it. He simply found ways to corn- able to walk by age 25.
pensate for his weaker muscles and "I told him that very day that
pretty much did'whatever he set his wouldn'tt happen," recalls NMr. Hig-
mind to. ginbotham. "I told him the next time
Even % ith the: coordination he saw me, whenever that was, I'd
problems, Mr. Higginbotham was walk into his office."
always drawn to activities that re- Nineteen years would go by be-
quired using his hands and he was fore he saw Dr. Valensteine again,
forever building, fixing, tinkering and when he did the doctor was
and adjusting some project. dumbfounded.
"I once rewired our entire house," Every year, Mr. Higginbotham
he says matter-of-factly. "It needed went to the Mayo Clinic for an
to be done so I did it." evaluation. Tired of the traveling,
Descended from a family) that in- he decided one day on a whim to go
cluded electricians, a clock maker to Gainesville instead.
and a master carpenter, hands-on "When I walked into the clinic
tendencies came naturally to Mr. and greeted Dr. Valensteine, the
Higginbotham. In high school he man's eyeballs almost popped from
set his goal on becoming an auto his head. He was amazed to see me
mechanic- and took the necessary walking. And I was able to say to
classes to achieve that. him 'I told you I'd walk back.in
Unbeknownst to him, he was here,"' said Mr. Higginbotham.
actually performing self therapy. As for his current misfortune, he
Auto mechanics was a perfect way holds .no grudge. He has lived his
to stretch and condition weak mus- life and is thankful for it. He decid-
cles. ed long ago that having MD would
In 1975, when Mr. Higginbo- never beat him.
tham was 19 years old and working During his teenage years he re-
as a mechanic for the Baker County members being as careless and
school system's bus garage, he was sometimes foolhardy as any typical
injured on the job. Dr. Gary Dopson teenager. Having survived hot rods,
of Macclenny examined him and wrecked cars, bar fights and law
became concerned about the condi- men, he figures he can survive MD
tion of Mr. Higginbotham's upper and the wheelchair, too.
legs. "I've always been positive, ac-
"Ricky, have the tops of your cepted challenges and had great
legs always been this small?" the faith," says Mr. Higginbotham. "I
doctor asked him. When Mr. Hig- completely believe I will stand and
ginbotham told him they had, Dr. walk again. You can do more than
Dopson exclaimed, "Well, some- you think you can. Just like in the
thing isn't right." Bible, if you have faith even the
He was sent to neurologist Jacob size of a mustard seed you can ac-
Green in Jacksonville who then re- complish amazing things."
ferred him to Dr. Edward Valenste-
ine, a reputable teaching neurologist Fr t
in Gainesville. m rst
After a battery of tests, Dr. Va-.
lensteine made the discovery that "It F
Higginbotham had MD. **r. 372 S, Sixth
"That scared me and I lay there 32.S ".
sort of depressed," Mr. Higginbo- = '. SUNDAY SERI
tham remembers. "All I knew was '- nda School
that people with MD usually died. I c
asked him how long I had." Worship 1
To his relief, he learned that with & I
his particular type of MD, he would Dr. Edsel M. Bone Directions from I-1
live as long as most normal people. Senior Pastor on H.wy. 121 See
He was told to go on and do what- Broadcast Lie on WJR 92.1 FM e
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I When asked if he could have one
ish, Ricky Higginbotham answers
\ without hesitation He wants to see
a cure for muscular dystrophy in his
lifetime, not so much for himself,
but for all the youngsters still being
afflicted with the condition.
He watches science programs on
the Discovery channel and believes
that with the advances being made
in medical science and technology,
a cure will be found.
"If not in this lifetime, I'm sure
the Lord will make me whole again
in the next," he declares warmly.
"On that great day, I won't just walk
down those golden streets, I'll be
running wide open."

Attempts to

filla bogus

A Macclenny woman was arrest-
ed July 12 for trying to use a forged
prescription at the CVS pharmacy.
Marsha Craig, 51, was at the
store's drive-through window when
Deputy Jeffrey Dawson arrived at
5:14 pm.
The CVS pharmacist, Urmila
Patel, had checked with the Orange
Park doctor who signed the prescrip-
tion for Loratab and found out that
Ms. Craig had altered it. Loratab is
a narcotic pain reliever.
The officer took Ms. Craig aside.
and asked if she'd altered it.
"Yes, I changed it from zero re-
fills to ten," she told him, explain-
ing that she couldn't afford to con-
tinue going to the doctor's office to
get the prescription.
She was arrested and charged
with forging a prescription, which
is a felony.

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Press Commentary
It was. quite literally, a sign from
And county conmussioners got
the message
So now the New Life Church
of God % ill get the new, scrolling,
electronic sign that its pastor, Ed
Holbrooks, said was "the %ill of
The church, located on SR 121
north near Steel Bridge Road. had
asked the commission for a vari-
ance from the county's sign ordi-
nance, which prohibits flashing or
moving signs.
"Variance," of course, is bureau-
cratese for "the rules don't apply to
S you
County staff recommended that
the variance request be denied be-
cause a sign like that doesn't fit
the rural setting surrounding the
There also was concern that
granting it would open "Pandora's
Box" by setting a precedent for fu-
ture variance requests.
The funny thing is that the com-
mission usually follow s its staff rec-
ommendations, but not in this case.
I wonder why'?
Is it possible that the comnmis-
sioners by all appearances a de-

vout group of individuals have a
collecuve soft spot for houses of
What if, for instance, a wArecker
service auto body shop let's call it
Joe's Tows had sought a variance
for its sign"
Would commissioners grant
And if they did, what's the point
of having a sign ordinance'?
Listening to Commissioner Gor-
don Crews, however, you might
think the ordinance detracts from
the county's beauty.
"I look at this [sign] as an im-
provement, an upgrade," said the
usually level-headed commission-
An improvement over what?
Mother Nature?
Be careful if Mr. Crews ever asks
you to go on a scenic drive with
him. You might be thinking Pacific
Coast Highway or the Blue Ridge
Parkway, but he'd be cruising down
Blanding Boulevard.
Now, if you w ere to ask the com-
missioners why they approved it,
I'd bet they'd cite language in the
regulations that gives them excuses
to grant variances.
In fact, they did say that. By law
they were required to do so.

m God?'
But I came to a conclusion while
trying to listen to the count) attor-
ney read through the list of excuses
it was difficult, after all, we had a
lawyer reading land-use regulations
written in bureaucratese.
There are so many loopholes in
there that about the only sign that
couldn't make it would be if a prac-
ticing atheist who molested his
grandmother wanted a giant flash-
ing sign that said "We sell alcohol
on Sunday and crack even other
But it could be argued that the
commission approved the variance
for humanitarian reasons.
The Re\. Holbrooks talked about
ho"\ he could change the message
on the sign from his home by com-
That would alleviate the need for
a church volunteer to change a sign
by hand, and save the poor fellow
from the guilt he'd feel if he forgot
to do it
His thought was that God's chil-
dren carry around enough guilt
without unduly adding to the bur-
Here's my thought: The first mes-
sage on the sign should read, "The
Lord and the county commission
- work in mysterious ways."

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Calls to DOF on control burn

an abuse of public servants

Dear Editor: Do you think those women even .as well as wildlife. Remer
This weekend I witnessed the thought far enough ahead of the con- earth science course?
worst misuse of our public servants, sequences if someone truly needed In the country, burns t
and total disregard for the safety of the qualified services of those re- life. Crop-dusting feeds
others. spending to these bogus calls? tects that new growth, anm
On Friday,. after days of prepa- How would you have felt if you mal for people to ride hor
ration, the equipment was put in lost your home or a loved one in a the ditches. What isn't i
position, the qualified, trained help fire because response to your call for you to send your dogs
assembled and all required permits was delayed due to such a waste' of their heels. (Road ditches i
pulled, and the yearly burning of time? property.)
some pastures began. I for one would be quite upset. In the country we res
Simple enough you'd think. And I feel that those departments and those service person
Wrong! should be justly compensated for have chosen to be there
Two women -mother and daugh- this misuse, including the person- need them.
ter who have appointed them- nel's time,, gasoline, and wear and If you don't like this coi
selves the sole owners of every- tear on the equipment. Maybe then go back to the city.
thing on this side of Baker County these kind of people would think Dar
called the Division of Forestry not twice before playing this game. Gl
just one time but two times to re- As taxpayers, are we expected to
port a wildfire. They were informed foot the bill?
that everything was authorized, but This year, when the bookkeepers
continued to hound until DOF re- for these services explain their plea We lI o eBnj
sponded. for more funds and you feel your
Being assured that all was under pockets growing lighter, you can
control was not enough. Calls began thank those two women on Mud
to the sheriff and fire departments. Lake Road for their contribution to
This letter is in no way meant to the growing deficit. end uslett
criticize the named departments. And just a small note to the rest
They were doing their sworn duty of you transplanted city slickers. a nd ilk B
with as much professionalism as This is the country, and controlled
one can when faced with such total burns are a way of life and a benefit .
waste of their time and resources, to all. They prevent uncontrolled with a phoe
and lack of respect from those mak- wildfires, renew the soil and clear
ing these time-consuming, bogus the way for new grass and vegeta-
calls. tion to emerge to sustain livestock

mber your
bring new
and pro-
d it's nor-
rses along
normal is
to bite at
are public
pect that,
nnel who
when we
untry life,
'lene Smith.
en St. Mary


Appearance of parks is

a reflection on the city
Dear Editor:
Sorry to take so long, but I would like to comment on Kelley Lannigan's
June 29 column about Nlacclenny Park.
This park could be one of Nlacclenny's stars instead of an eyesore.
It needs not only to be cleaned up and fishing should not be allowed in
the pond but it needs to be brightened up. It needs tree trimming and col-
or. Plantings could be done with perennials that, once established, would
not need the constant care and "water that annuals do. You get the sense of
darkness even in the middle of the day.
The gazebo is a nice touch, but paint it. Add color all around Right now
it just looks nasty, but there are so many possibilities to make it sparkle.
Macclenny is growing, and places like this could be an asset. Photogra-
phers are always looking for unique places to photograph models, and with
the city's growth, we want all the positive publicity we can get.
These may just seem like a small little deal. but it only takes one bad
experience to turn someone's interest to another area. Granted, I am in
real estate sales, so I do have a vested interest in this. but in my brochures,
and when showing prospective home buyers and commercial developers, I
Would like to be able to add this.
Naquin Chitty
t lacclenny

Serving 91 months for

attack in January, 1998
Dear Editor:
I want to respond to an article I read in your July 29 edition that contained
a statement by Robert Home made when he was arrested on June 22.
Mr. Home stated, "The officer didn't do anything about the person who
hit him in the head," referring to an incident in January, 1998.
Mr. Home's statement is misleading. I am the person who hit Mr. Home
in the head. and I'm here at Florida State Prison serving a 91.2 month sen-
tence for aggravated battery with great bodily harm.
Mr. Home might think the officer "didn't do anything" but he doesn't
know what it's like in prison. I don't get my copy of The Baker County
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holidays or my birthday with them. Everything I do is watched by correc-
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actions against Nir Home.
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Broward robber...

(From page 1)
support a drug habit, authorities say.
They also include aggravated bat-
tery and sexual battery. Information
about his prison record was not im-
mediately known.
Sheriff Joey Dobson said he will
not be charged with any crimes in
Baker County. For now, Ms. Fed-
erlin is charged here with resisting
arrest without violence.
A Broward warrant was served
on the girlfriend for being an ac-
"We were told he was possibly
armed, and I'd say I used the mega-
phone 30 times trying to get him
to come out," said Sheriff Dobson,
who along with other officers was
drenched during a heavy thunder-
storm that rolled across the area
about 6:30.
Officers shot two canisters of
gas and tossed another through a
window in unsuccessful attempts
to flush the suspect outside. About
7:00, the heavily armed special team
entered and two minutes later the
suspect was found in the kitchen.
He positioned himself in the cab-
inet space and sealed the doors with
wet towels to ward off the tear gas.
Mr. Jordan, the nephew of the
trailer's owner, told Sheriff Dobson
he never heard the amplified orders
to surrender. Officers did not find a
firearm in the trailer.
After deputies realized they had

a potentially dangerous situation
developing, neighbors along with
north-south street west of Glen St.
Mary were evacuated and traffic di-
verted. A rescue unit stood by just
off US 90 to the south.
Mr. Jordan was placed in a re-
straining chair with a special head-
gear when he became belligerent
during booking at county jail.
He protested being taken to the
ground in the rain soaked driveway
just west of'the trailer, and claimed
initially he was injured.
His demeanor improved consid-
erably by the following morning,
said Sheriff Dobson, and Mr. Jordan
was generally cooperative when in-
terviewed early Tuesday afternoon
by the Broward detectives.
The fugitive's silver 2003 Chev-
rolet Impala was towed from 'the
scene and will be processed for evi-
dence of the police chase.


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Glen fees

(From page 1)
day, the town will assess $500 for
fire protection, $500 for emergency
services, $1000 for transportation,
$700 for law enforcement, and $50
for administrative costs.
Mittauer suggested $1500 for
transportation and $400 for admin-
Last year, consultant Frank Da-
rabi, who did an impact fee study,
said his research showed that Glen,
Macclenny and the county could
each charge $2777.
Mayor Juanice Padgett, however,.
has said Mr. Darabi did not present
any recommendation to town offi-
Also last year, the county mistak-
enly included Glen in its impact fee
ordinance, but town officials opted
not to sign an interlocal agreement
on the fee.
' The fee will be assessed when a
building permit is pulled, or in the
case of mobile homes, the move-on
Because neither the school dis-
trict nor Glen St. Mary issues build-
ing permits, the county must collect
the fee on their behalf. In Macclen-
ny, the city will collect the school's
In other business at Tuesday's
meeting, the council:
Agreed to advertise for a main-
tenance employee to replace Joe
Raulerson, who is retiring Septem-
ber 30. Starting salary will be $12
hour. They'd like to have the person
hired early so he or she can shadow
Mr. Raulerson on the job before he
steps down.
Heard from its auditor Clay Ly-
ons, of Lyons & Lyons CPA, who
said the town "appears to be in good
shape" financially.
Scheduled a budget workshop
for August 8.

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Ginger Barber, executive director of the Baker County Chamber of Commerce (right) discusses the planned six-laning of Interstate 10 from
Glcn aS .1lary east into, I. snlle prior to a public hearing at the county commission chambers the evening ofJuly 18. With Ms. Barber
is Debh AI Ai let. picect rainagei t0' 1 /iaLi is, expected to be an $87milllion project. DOT planning official Bill Henderson said the addi-
liin If Mhi d lane east and west from Glen to the proposed Branan-Chaffee Road interchange is ,ely /ie' or more years in the future, but
ihe/ planing neels t,. begin in 2006. The 17-mile expansion into the present median will involve no further right-of-way acquisition on the
interstate that was constructed in the late 1950s, and will be done in four stages going east to west. DOT is basing the need on an expected
increase of daily traffic through Baker County from the present 25,000 vehicles to 62,000 by 2030. Mr. Henderson said higher traffic counts
and number of accidents on the corridor has pushed the project to the planning board in the Lake City-based DOT district.

Commission approves re-routing of

Reid Stafford Rd. to the south of 1-10

Press Staff
In a relatively light agenda, the Baker County Com-
mission cleared the way for rerouting Reid Stafford
Road so that it intersects with CR 229 farther south,
a%\ aa from Interstate 10.
The county was concerned about the safety of hav-
ing the road meet CR 229 so close to the interstate
interchange, according to the developer's agreement
commissioners.approved with Osceola Land & Timber
Reid Stafford is a dirt road that runs along the south
side of 1-10 between CR 229 and CR 125; although at
that end it's called Glen Nursery Road.
Under the agreement, Osceola is granting a i 00-foot
right of way through its land so that the road can be
redirected southwest and connect with CR 229 about a
half mile south of where it does now.
Osceola will build the base for the road, then the
county will pave it.
The company will pay the difference between the
cost of paving the new road and the cost of paving the
old road, which the county would likely have done.

The agenda was light because the Independence Day
holiday pushed back the commission's first meeting of
the month from July 4 to July 11,
Its second meeting of the month was held at its regu-
larly scheduled time, just six days later.
In other business, the commission:
Approved increases in per diem rates (from $50
to $80), breakfast ($3 to $6),,lunch ($6 to $11), dinner
($12 to $19) and mileage (29 cents to 44.5 cents)
Agreed to remove special rescue and garbage col-
lection assessment liens against property owned by
Dan Cooper, who is selling.
The board also waived interest and penalties, requir-'
ing Mr. Cooper to pay just the original assessments,
Which were $75 each \ear in 198' through 1989.
Mr. Cooper said he % as unaw are of the assessments,
which has been a common problem because at the time
the county had problems notifying all property own-
Agreed to a new three-year contract with the Baker
County Chamber of Commerce for its services as a
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modified school traffic plan

Looking for the best alternative
available to solve traffic problems
on South Boulevard before the start
of 2006-07 school year in August,
the recently formed traffic-related
committee last Thursday evening
approved a modified version of
Plan A, previously submitted for
consideration to the committee by
the Baker County School Board.
The plan incorporates elements
from Plan B which was also previ-
ously proposed by the residents of
the south Macclenny neighborhood
long troubled by traffic and parking
problems that began with the open-
ing of the PreK/Kindergarten Cen-
ter a year ago.
The compromise plan will now
be submitted to the school board for
Plan A will now include:
Substitute orange road cones
to designate traffic lanes in place of
permanent painted stripes on South
A designated pick-up/drop-off
line with an enforced, staggered
line-up time for vehicle arrivals.
Painted crosswalk grids in an
east/west orientation on specified
sections of sidewalk.
Divided school bus traffic along-
two routes to prevent total concen-
tration along a single street.
Opening of additional parking
spaces on school property to pub-
Formation of a committee to
include an architect and traffic en-
gineer to study and design solutions
for possible construction of new
north/south single lane road with
ingress from South Boulevard and
egress onto Jonathan Street. Con-
struction may require a new bulk-
head built along the existing reten-

Hi h-speed

police case
A 15-year-old Jacksonville male
was arrested July 15 for reckless
driving and other charges afterlead-
ing a police officer on a chase that
reached 100 miles per hour.
Deputy Garrett Bennett was
headed north on CR 125 at about
2:00 am when he saw an on oncom-
ing car in his lane traveling at an es-
timated 75 miles per hour.
He pulled off the road to avoid a
possible collision, then gave chase.
After about a mile and a half, the
driver slammed on the brakes and
slid sideways onto Clyde Newmans
He had to stop when he came to
the dead end.
The officer arrested the boy, then
asked his 17-year-old- passenger if
she'd seen his emergency lights.
"No, not at first. I wasn't paying
attention, but then [the youth] said,
'Damn, there's a cop,"' she said.
Inside the car the officer found
a partially smoked marijuana ciga-
Asked if there were any more
drugs in the car, the driver replied,
"No, I already smoked it all."
In addition to reckless driving,
he was charged with possession of
marijuana and attempting to elude a
police officer.

ii i i "' .. .'

David Theus, a neighborhood member of the traffic committee, shares his suggestions for
South Boulevard traffic route solutions at the committee 's vork session July 13.

tion pond near the Baker County
Middle School track.
Many members of the traffic,
committee agree that regardless of
immediate measures taken, traf-
fic will still pose problems for the
"There has to be some compro-
mise from the school board ,and
the residents. All traffic can't be
eliminated entirely from South
Boulevard," said Gerald Dopson,
Macclenny's city manager. "We're
looking for balance and to assure
residents of a tolerable solution."
The major problem, according
to Assistant Superintendent Glen
McKendree, is the bottleneck that
results in the narrow, congested
areas immediately adjacent to the
PreK Center and the school dis-
trict's central offices.
"We changed the traffic flow pat-
tern twice just last year, trying to
relieve the bottleneck. Staggering
starting times for different classes
could provide sdme relief," he said.
Brenda Swisher, the committee.

chairperson, is concerned about
the 17 buses that will enter the area
twice daily
"I've lived through it for a long
time. It's like the Indy 500 when
they come around the corner by my
house. The noise is deafening and
tlhe weight of the buses destroys the
comers of the roads around the cul-
According to school board mem-
bers on the traffic related commit-
tee, many factors contribute to traf-
fic congestion, such as the increase
in the number of bus riders as the
year progresses and parents who
must travel to multiple schools to
pick up children. ,
David Theus, who lives on Col-
lege. street near the PreK Center,
presented his own diagram with
suggestions for alternative, traffic
"The bottom line is the buses
have to go somewhere. They can't
fly in," he said with a laugh. "A so-
lution will take compromise from
all ofus ".

Man accosts, steals from teens

camping on St. Marys River

A pair of teenage boys told po-
lice July 10 they were camping at
the Boy Scout Camp when two
men accosted them, punched one
of them in the face and stole their
The boys, 15 and 16, both from
Macclenny, said the unidentified
men arrived at about 3:00 am and
began arguing with them.
The men said they'd lost a phone,
and made the boys look for it.
The older boy got punched in the
face and the men made off with not
only the skateboards but an MP3
player, $10 in cash and a tent.
The items were valued at about
In another battery, two NEFSH
employees reported July 10 that
a patient had punched and spit on
Police filed a battery charge with
the state attorney against Gregory
Davis, 23.

Hospital employee Albert Strat-
ton said Mr. Davis came into his
office June 14 and without provoca-
tion began punching him.
Mr. Stratton had to use office
furniture to shield himself from the
Employee Leilani Greggs arrived
as hospital staff members were re-
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at his spouse
Police arrested a Glen St. Mary
man July 14 and charged him with
domestic violence and attempting
to elude police. ,
Zacharia Jordan, 21, returned to
his home on Clinton Avenue just
past midnight, went into his bed-
room and said something to his wife
who was lying in bed trying to get
their daughter to go to sleep.
Sarah Jordan couldn't under-
stand him because his speech was
Stumbling and barely able to
stand, he grabbed the baby chang-
ing table and tried to throw it, but
was unable.
Ms, Jordan took the child and
ran to a neighbor's home where she
called police.
Meanwhile, Mr. Jordan jumped
in his car and took off.
Deputy Tracie Benton arrived to
investigate, and as she was leaving
she spotted the car.
She turned on her emergency
lights and siren, but Mr. Jordan
didn't stop immediately.
When he did, it turned out his
driver's license had been suspend-
ed. The officer cited him for that.
He also said he'd had about 12
beers before earlier going to his


artist strikes

at restaurant
A Waffle House waitress told po-
lice July 12 that a flim-flam artist
bilked her out of $96.
Laura Watkins said an unidenti-
fied man came in around 10:30 pm
and ordered a cup of coffee.
He handed her a $100 bill and
she gave him $98 in change. He
then asked her for the $100 back,
and handed her $2.
She said he exchanged the mon-
ey very quickly, but she realized
something'% wasn't right.
When she e nt back to tell the
cook what was going on, the man
He headed south on Sixth Street
in a white Chevy Suburban with a
Mississippi license plate.,

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 20, 2006 Page 5

Weapon, other charges

Two Jacksonville men and a woman were arrested July 11 on various
charges after they were stopped for driving suspiciously in Macclenny.
The driver, Richard Leprell, 45, was charged with driving with a sus-
pended license, and also had an arrest warrant from Clay County.
Karen Runyon, 40, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, pos-
session of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Timothy Crosby, 40, was charged with possession of drug parapherna-
Deputy Greg Burnsed arrived at Wolfe Drive and Pine Circle around
9:00 pm in response to a report of a suspicious vehicle.
He stopped Mr.. Leprell, who was behind the wheel of a 1995 Chevy
pickup, driving slowly and weaving.
The trio inside gave conflicting reasons for being in the neighborhood.
Mr. Leprell said his license had been suspended for DUI and Ms. Run-
yon said she had a knife concealed beneath her right pant lege
Police also found prescription pills and multiple crack cocaine pipes in
her purse.
They also found a couple of crack pipes under the passenger seat where
Mr. Crosby was sitting.

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John Aldrich

dies July 15
John Aldrich, 82, of Mount Dora,
Fla. died July 15, 2006 at his home
following a brief illness. He was
born October, 17, 1923 in Metter,
Ga. to the late Shelley Starling Al-
drich and the former Cora Lee La-
nier. Mr. Aldrich was a member of
the Mount Dora Church of God.
He retired after 38 years from the
City of Mount Dora and managed
Pine Forest Cemetery there.
Mr. Aldrich is survived by Mary,
his wife of 63 years; daughters El-
berta (Woodrow) Raulerson, Violet
(Larry) Pike and Patricia Aldrich;
brothers Shelley James (Grace) and.
Darvin (Sherri) Aldridge; sisters
Jewel Silcox. Bonnie (Bill) Nleis-
ter and Gladys Cannon, 11 grand-
children. 17 great-grandchildren
and one great-great grandchild. Mr.
Aldrich \\as pre-deceased by sister
Mary Wood.
The funeral sen ice % ill be held
at 11:00 am on T-hursday, July 20 at
Lane Ave. Church of God in Jack-
sonville with Rev. Steve Deboise
officiating. Pallbearers are Dustin
Taylor. Richard Taylor. Woodro\%
Raulerson III, Carcy Silcox, Jona-
than Raulerson and James Thrift.
Presmtood Funeral Home in
Baldwin was in charge of arrange-


rites July 18th
Jesse Lee Tomlinson, 47, died
on Friday, July 14, 2006 after a
brief illness. He was born at the
US Arm\ hospital in Ludwigsberg,
Germany and lived in Jacksonville
all his life..
N r. Tomlinson attended Ed% ard
White High School and served in
the N anne Corps He retired after
22 years with the Jackson' ille Sher-
iff's Office, and for the past several
Sears owned and operated Jesse's
Law n Service. He \\as an a\ id hunt-
er and fisherman and \vill be warmly
remembered for his friendly nature
and lo\e olf amilk.
Mr. Tomlinson is survived by
sons Joshua and Jonathon, parents
James and Betty Tomlinson, for-
merly of Baker County, brothers
James (Debra) and Dale Tomlinson,,
all of Jacksonville; grandmother
Jane Tomlinson of Macclenny;
many other relatives and friends.
A memorial service was held at
Woodstock Baptist Church in Jack-
sonville on July 18 with Rev. Cecil
Brown officiating. Burial followed
at Riverside Memorial Cemetery.
Fraser Funeral Home on Normandy
Blvd. was in charge of arrange-
The family requests donations
in Jesse's memory to The Gideons
International, P.O. Box 6696, Jack-
sonville, Fla. 32236.

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Raymond Edward Dopson, 71, of
Macclenny died on July 11, 2006 at
his residence following an extended
Mr. Dopson was born in
Sanderson to the late Lonnie
Owen Dopson and Rosa Lee Wood
Dopson. He mot ed to Macclenny
in 1953. Mr. Dopson was a for-
mer employee of-the US Forest
Service at Ocean Pond serving as
a forest ranger and served as a dis-
patcher with the Macclenny Police
Department. He was also a certi-
fied waste water technician with'
the Water Department of the City
of Macclennm until his retirement
in 1997.
He %%as a 1953 graduate of
Sanderson High School and a mem-
ber of Raiford Road Church in
Survivors include his loving
% ife Nadine Dopson of Nlacclenn.'
daughters Rosemary i. lart ) Farnesi
of Nlacclenn) and Theresa (Rick)
Taylor of Taylor. granddaughter
Danielle Farnesi; and great-grand-
daughter Madison Finley.
A funeral ser ice \\as held at
11-00 am on Friday, July 14. at
Raiford Road Church in Nlacclenny
dand Rev Johnny Raulerson and Re%.
Eddie Gritffis officiated. Interment
followed in Cedar Creek Cemeterx
in Sanderson. Guerr) Funeral Home
was in charge of the arrangements

Harris memorial
A celebration. of the life of Van
Thomas Harris will be held at 11:00
am on Saturday, July 22 at Wood-
stock Baptist Church in Jackson-
Mr. Harris, 76, a former Baker
County resident, died July 18. He
was the son of the late Vandie Har-
ris and Sippie Harris Hartenstein of
Attendees at the service are asked
to bring stories and remembrances

McCray's Chapel
God Will Deliver on Time is the
theme of a special service at Mc-
Cray's Chapel in Olustee on Sat-
urday, July 22 beginning at 7:00
pm. Several Baker County speakers
have been scheduled for the

Evening service
There \ ill be an evening sern ice at
Faith Bible Church in Sanderson
on Sunday Jul\ 23 starting at 7:00.
The serve ice is this week only.

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Uncle Chester
7/15/85 8/29/99

Family grateful
We sincerely thank everyone for
their prayers, flowers, cards and
food following the loss of our pre-
cious mother. A special thanks to
Ed Fraser Hospital for the generos-
ity and kindness, and to Frank Wells
Nursing Home for the care and love
given Mama during her stay there.
Thanks also to Pastors David Thom-
as and Donnie Williams, and to the
musicians and singers for a beauti-
ful service. God bless you all.
The family of Edith Williams

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Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
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Videll I Williams -Pastor /

Former Baker County teacher
Catherine "Kitty" Sullivan recently
completed the comprehensive ex-
aminations for her PhD in K-12
advanced teaching in education at
Capella University in Minneapolis,
The dissertation process began
on July 11. Ms. Sullivan plans to
write her dissertation on reading
intervention programs and will do
extensive research on specific strat-
egies and interventions for strug-
gling readers.
Ms. Sullivan has been a class-
room teacher for the past 26 years.
Most of her teaching was in the
Baker County system, but she now
teaches at St. George Elementary in
St. George, Georgia..

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Congi egalional
Holiness Church
CR 127 N., Sanderson, FL
Sunday School 10:00 am
Morning Worship 1 1:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pm
- Pastor: Oral E. Lyons c

Her son Jack graduated from
BCHS in 2005 and completed his
first year of college at Embry Rid-,
die Aeronautical University. He is
transferring to FSU this fall.
Ms. Sullivan earned a bachelor
of fine arts degree in drama from
the University of Georgia and her
master's degree in elementary ed-
ucation from Armstrong Atlantic
State University in Savannah.
She is a part-time professor for
AASU in the early childhood edu-
cation department instructing un-
dergraduates how to teach reading
to elementary students.
She hopes to do part-time con-
sulting for school systems after she

First Baptist Church
of Sanderson
CR229 S., Sanderson, FL
Sunday School.......... .10 am

11 am
.6 pmi
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Pastor Bob Christmas

Sun Morning Worship
Sun Evening Worslup
Wed E\e Bible Srudy


July 23-26
Sunday 6:00 p.m.

Monday-Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Rev. Tommy Anderson

CRI 127 N. of Sandcrson
Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday rt'oing Service 1 1:00 am
Sunday Nighl Sernue 0:00 pm
Wed. NilNt Ser5ece 7-'50 pm
Whom Everyone is Somebldy and
Jesus s the Leader
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Sunday Evening Worship 6 PM
"A ",A Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 PM
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Perry Hays, Associate Pastor
"Michael D. Schatz, Associate Pastor



July 16-21 7:00 p.m. nightly
July 16 Joe Butler Dom Black Creek Baptist Church
July 17 Chris Drum First Baptist Baldwin
July 18 Matt Willams Sonrise Baptist Church
July 19 Dr. John Sullivan Director Baptist Convention
July 20 Larry McGinley Old Plank Road Baptist
July 21 Allen Flloyd First Baptist Middleburg
Special Singing Nightly Come and Join us
(904) 259-7325

Senior Pastor
David Thomas 259-

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

Youth Programs

Sunday School 10:00 am
Common Ground Sunday 11:00 am
Common Ground Wed. (Teens) 7:00 pm
God Kids Sunday 11:00 am
God Kids Wednesday 7:00 pm

Associate Pastor
Tim Thomas 259-

10:00 am
11:00 am
6:00 pm
7:00 pm
9:15 am

Youth Pastor
Gay Cunimmgy


completes her PhD program.
Ms. Sullivan, a breast cancer sur-
vivor, says it was the cancer battle
that made her determined to accom-
plish this specific goal in her life.
"Cancer opened my eyes. I had
not done some of the things that
were once important to me. The
PhD actually started out as a joke
while I was completing my master's
program. The more I thought about
it,'I decided to go for it.
"I have not regretted my decision
to advance my education to the doc-
toral level. It makes me feel good
about me. Just another reminder to
everyone that cancer does not have
to be the end of a productive life!"

Mt. Zion N.C.

Methodist Church
121 North 259-4461
Pastor Bobby Griffin

Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 pm


For God so loved the world. that he
gave his only begotten Son, that
whosoever believeth in him should
not perish, but have everlasting lile.
John 3:16

Come and magnify the Lord and worship with us
Glen Friendship Tabernacle
Clinton Ave. Glen St. Mary
WJXR Radio Semice Sunday 8:30 am
Morning Worship Service 10:30 am
children'ss Church 11:30 am
Evangelist ie 6:00 pm
Bible Study (Wed.) 7:30 pm
Rev.4lbert Starling Home: 259-3982 Church: 259-6521

23-A to Lauramore Rd. & Fairgrounds Rd.
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Services 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm
Pastor J. C. Lauramore Welcomes All

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS. Thursday July 20. 2006 Page 7

Arrest for


A Glen St. Mary man holding
his mouth open to show his teeth
to a police officer was arrested July
15 for disorderly intoxication.
Darrell Foreman, 39, was walk-
ing in the middle of John Allen
Road after an argument with his
father when deputiesGarrett Ben-
nett and Brad Dougherty arrived at
10:35 pm.
Police had received a call about
an argument at the Foremans' resi-
dence on John Allen.
When asked what he was doing,
Mr. Foreman replied belligerently,
"Nothing. Just walking down the
road. Can't I do that!?!"
Slurring his words and unable
to speak in complete sentences, he
refused the officers' repeated re-
quests to calm down.
The strong odor of mouthwash
was coming from him, so Deputy
Bennett asked what he'd been
"Equate. For my mouth," he
Equate is an off-brand mouth-
Then, according to the police re-
port, "He proceeded to stumble to-
wart me in a quick manner hold-
ing his mouth open with his hands
as to show me his teeth."
With neighbors coming out
of their houses and cars slowing
down to see the commotion, Mr.
Foreman was arrested.
Deputy Bennett then drove over.
to the Foremans' home to talk with
his father Edwin Foreman, who
said his son had been drinking'
Magnum malt liquor and Equate
mouthwash all afternoon.
As they were talking, Darrell
Foreman was in the back of the
patrol car yelling, "I love you dad.

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Battery complaint against Glen man charged with battery

man Tr mInc' woma AGlenSt.Marymanwascharged When police arrived, Mr. Koe- he proceeded to unload fror
with domestic violence July 15 for nig told them he had a dagger-style ous pockets on his nmilitar

Police filed a criminal complaint
July 14 against a Macclenny man
who punched his live-in girlfriend
after she caught him and another
woman having sex in a car July 14.
A charge of battery was filed
with the state attorney against Jason

Traded his

speakers for

A Glen St. Mary man who told
police he'd traded his audio speak-
ers for crack cocaine July 13 was,
arrested after refusing to move his
Richard Gowdy, 47, was charged
with resisting an officer without vi-
olence when he wouldn't move his
Chevy Blazer off Grissolm Street in
Deputy Sgt. Thomas Dyal no-
ticed him parked in the middle of
the street at 11:21 pm.
The officer asked him to move
the vehicle because it was block-
ing traffic, but Mr. Gowdy said he
couldn't lea% e because he had given
his car speakers to an unidentified
man who said he'd be right back
with the crack.
The deputN advised Mr. Gowdy
that the man would not be return-
Thus informed, Mr. Gowdy said
he wanted the man arrested for
stealing his speakers.
Instead, Mr. Gowdy was arrested
for not moving his car.
He also was cited for improper'

Smith, 23, arid his paramour, Tonya
Goodrich, 22.
The victim, Dawn Dean, told
police that she and Mr. Smith had
been arguing on July 8 and that she
left their home on Ohio Avenue.
She returned around 1:00 am to
find Mr. Smith and Ms. Goodrich in
a car outside the home.
The pair have a child together
but until that point in time had been
Ms. Dean said she and Mr. Smith
started arguing again.
Ms: Goodrich then tripped Ms.
Dean and held her down as Mr.
Smith punched her in the face.
He then threatened to kill her if
she reported the incident to police.
Ms. Dean fled to a safe haven in
Jacksonville, where eventually she
was persuaded to report the inci-
The police report noted faint
bruising under her right eye consis-
tent xith her account of the attack.

Baby left in car
A Sanderson woman was cited
July 15 after police found, her one-
:year-old baby locked in her car
I while she shopped at Wal-Mart.
Cynthia Smith, 19, was charged
Sixth child neglect for leaving a child
unattended in a motor vehicle.
Rodney Driggers, a corrections
officer at county jail, saw the infant
in the Chevy sedan around 10 am.
The car was running and the doors
were locked. The baby was buckled
in a car seat.
He called it in and Deputy Ben
Anderson responded.
After about 15 minutes. Ms.
Smith came out of the store.



at 6:00 PM

slapping his son.
Phillip Koenig, 39, also was
charged with carrying a concealed
weapon and possession of a self-
propelled knife.
Deputy William Hilliard arrived
around 5:30 pm at a home on Dar-
rie Lane in Sanderson where the
suspect's ex-wife and current girl-
friend Dana Koenig lives.
It was there that he slapped his
17-year-old son for not doing the
laundry properly.
Ms. Koenig then told him to
leave the house, which he refused
to do.

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knife uea to his nght DOot under ms
pant leg.
After officers removed the knife,
he said he had several more, which

m vari-

Because he struck his son, police
notified the Department of Children
and Family Services.

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 20, 2006 Page 8

Randall Hodges and Cindy Crawford

July 29th vows
AlvN and Diane Cra\ ford and
Gary and Debbie Hodges. all of
Sanderson, are pleased to announce
the marriage of their children, Cin-
dy Crawford and Randall Hodges.
The wedding will be on Satur-
day, July 29 at 6:00 pm at The Glen
House. -

Mitchell Rhoden and Amanda Wilson
Tony and Angela Holloman, and
Virgil and JoAnne Rhoden, all of
Glen St. Mary, are pleased to an-
nounce the upcoming marriage of
their children. Amanda Mechelle
Wilson and Mitchell Lee Rhoden
The ceremony \ill be on July
22 at 6.00 pm at the Mathis House
in Glen St. Mary All family) and,
friends are im ited.

Nikolas Sloan Horstmeyer
Born June 26th
Justin and Shanna Rae Horst-
meyer of Sanford, Fla. are pleased
to announce the birth of son Nicko-
las Sloan on June 26. He weighed 7
pounds, 7 ounces and was 21 inches
Grandparents are Kim Green and
Walker Green, both of NlacclennN.
and Doug and Annie Hor-tmeler of
Winter Springs. Fla

Ribault reunion
The Ribault class of 1966
will hold a 40th class reunion on.
Saturday, August 5 at the Sel'a
Marina Couhtr. Club in Atlantic
All graduates li\ ng ing the Baker
County area are urged to attend. For
more information, call Y \onne T\ pe
at 259-5073.

Thanks for two great years

Alexis Michelle Matthews

Daughter born
Jimmy Matthews and Nikki Tra-
cy of Macclenny are. pleased to an-
nounce the birth of daughter Alexis
Michelle on July 9 at Baptist Medi-
cal Center in Jacksonville.
She weighed 6 pounds; 8 ounces
and was 20 inches long.
Grandparents include Michelle
and Patrick Tracy, and Joy and
David Bassile, all of Macclenny;
James and Brenda Matthews Sr. of
Callahan; great-grandparents in-
clude: Lucille and Tim Fox, Catfish
and Lilly Davis, Folie and Dorothy
Matthews, all of Macclenny; Gerry
and Cathy TracN of Hawthorne Fla.,
Vera Tracy of West Palm Beach,
Gail Petry of Columbus, Ohio, and
J.D. and Tina Daniels of Jasper,
Vows August 18
Tina Christie of Glen St. Mary
and Robert Stewart of Macclenny
are pleased to announce their en-
gagement and upcoming wedding
on August 18. The ceremony will
be held in Callahan.


Thanks so much
The family of the late Edith
Williams would like to thank every-
one for their prayers, the flowers,
cards and food that was sent during
the loss of our precious mother.
A special thanks to Ed Fraser
Hospital for your generosity
and kindness and to Frank Wells
Nursing Home for the love and care
that was given to Mama during her
stay there. Thank you Pastor David
Thomas, Pastor Donnie Williams
and the musicians and singers for
the beautiful service. God bless you

573 S. 5th St. 259-6059-
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Cl nton u rwis ana wMisty ,oeu
Doug and Me6lisa 9 ole of Mac-
clenny are pleased to announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Misty Paige Cole, to Clinton Way ne
Griffis, the son of Frank and Sharon
Ingram and the late Aubrey Wayne
Griffis, also of Macclenny.
' The wedding will take place on
October 14, 2006 at the Mathis
House in Glen St. Mary.

Todd Home and Sandy Fowler
Pam Home and the late Darryl
Home of Taylor are pleased to
announce the upcoming marriage
of their son Todd Home to Sandy
Fowler of Jacksonville on August
The ceremony will be held at the
Mathis House in Glen St. Mary at
6:00 pm.. All friends and relatives
are invited.


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Daniel Steve and Ethan Lewis, on
June 23, 2006 at Baptist Medical
Daniel weighed 5 pounds, 10
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Ethan weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces
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Proud parents are Mike and
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 20, 2006 Page 9

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His previous assignment was
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Virginia, where he was responsible
for development, upgrading and
support for the 19 worldwide Air
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Col. Szanto graduated from Bak-
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do. He earned a master's degree in
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Six more

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The Baker County Press won six
awards for journalism excellence
based on contest results release
this month by two national newspa-
per organizations. .
Together with state awards pre-
sented last month, The Press has
received a total of 17 such honors
this year.
The accolades were for work
published in 2005. Judging was by
professional journalists.
The National Newspaper Asso-
ciation announced by e-mail Sun-
day that Michael Rinker received a
)f Day- first place in business writing for his
into of story on the Hansen roof tile plan
coming to Sanderson.
The article also had taken firsi
place in the recent Florida Press As-
sociation contest.
The NNA, with more than 250C
members, is the largest newspaper
organization in the United States.
Mr. Rinker won second place in
sports writing for his story about the
resignation of Baker County High
School football coach Carl West.
Earlier this month, the National
Federation of Press Women an-
nounced that Nancy Szanto won
four at-large awards, including a
first place for special articles .on
government and politics.
She also was awarded second
place for special articles in science,
ecology or the environment, and re-
ceived honorable mention for both
continuing coverage and news re-
Ms. Szanto, who was news edi-
tor at The Press before retiring last
September, won dozens of similar
awards over her 29-year career in

Officials saved

her animals

This is a special thank you to the
ladies of the county's animal con-
trol department, and to the Bakerlz
County Fire Department for saying
my horses during a fire on July 14.
You are all heroes in your pro-
J .r Jodie Johnson

manded in the Complaint or Petition.
Witness my hand and seal of thi
the 13th day of July, 2006.
T.A. "Al" Fraser
Clerk of Court
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk

305 East Florida A3e
NMacclenny). Ronda 32063



City of Macclenny
Invitation to Bid
The City of Macclenny, Baker County, has requested
sealed bids from Florida Licensed Surveyors to furnish
a topographical design survey with a digital terrain
model showing underground utilities in order for a de-
sign team to redesign street parking, sidewalks, land-
S shaping & drainage for .n appiovimate .ik block area in
downionn Maccleunn The areas is north of the southerlv
ringhi of %a% 01 the radilroad to the center line of Shuey
Street and 200 feet.east of Fourth Street to the westerly,
right of way of Sixth Street.
Deadline of receiving sealed bids is August 7, 2006, at
S 9:00 am. Contact Roger Yarbrough at 904-259-0968,
City Hall, for additional information.
The City of Macclenny reserves the right to accept or
reject any or all bids and to waive any informalities.
CASE NO: 02-2006-CA-0089
t Jimmy D. Gallups and
JudithA. Gallups, his wife,
J.C. Williams and Carrie Wdh is hlus .le not known
to be dead or alive, and all unknown grantees, credi-
tors, and all other parties claiming by, through, under
or against them, and if dead, their unknown spouses,
1 heirs, devisees, granted credion ind all other pirtie.,
claiming by, through, under or agams l them, and all un.
kno.-n gr.raitees Lredior.. and all other pLrties claumnng
bk dluough under or agunit them and if dead, or not
kno"n to be dead o:r alhe thrir eseril and respe(se
estates, unknown spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees and
creditors, or .other piarc claiming b%. through, under or
againiL thowe unknown natural persons, and the several
and e.pect nse unknown si1gna, iuc,.cesooI in Uinere? -
rusinee.. credior.c,. Iseor;o or anm other part) claiming
by through under or agaurt sny corporation enanng
or di..olied. or other legal entity named as defendant,
and all clainant, person_ of parties, natural or corpo-
rate or aho.e en it kgal status is unknown, claiming
under any of the above named or described defendants
orparties, or claiming to hale an night. title or interest
in and to the lands here-after descnbed
To: J.C Wilham., decei-ed
Carrie Williams, deceased
You are Notified that an Action to Quiet Title on
the following property in Baker County, Florida: .
t Part of Section 26 and 35 of Township 2 South,
r Range 20 East, Baker County, Florida, being morepar-
ticularly described as follows: Commence at the North-
I west comer of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 35, Town-
ship 2 South, Range 20 El Baker County, Florida,
thence run N 88'43'48' E along the North line of .,ajd
Section 35, a distance of 385 53 feel to the East line of
land descn bed in 0 R Book 17. page 69 and the Point
of Beginning Thence N 00'41 '2- W. 198.76 feet to a
concrete monument L. 4708 on the South nght of way
line of Count) Road No 124 tan 80 00 foot aide public
nghtl o wa a1 noa eniabhshed,, thence N 63*52'16"
E., along said South right of way line, 16.27 feet to a
concrete monument marking the Northwest comer of
lands described min R Book SI pige 521 ol s.ad O[..
ficial Records; thence S 0038"52' E along said Wert
line, 205.60'feet to the aforementioned North line of
Section 35 and being the Point of Beginning of said
lands described in O.R. Book 81, page 521; thence con-
tinue S 0038'52" E., along said West line, a distance
of 804.94 feet to a concrete monument on the bank of
a creek; then continue S 00*38'52" E., 5 feet, more
or less to the centerline of the creek; thence run West-
erly along the ceniterline of the creek 14.02 feet, more or
less, to a Line bearing S 00"41'26" E., from the Point of
Beginning; thence N 0041'26" W., along the East line
of OR. Book 17, page 69 a distance of 10 feet, more
or less, to a 5/8" iron rod, LS 4708, on the North bank
of the creek; thence continue N 0041'26" W., 801.12
feet to the Point of Beginning. Containing 0.33 acres
more or less. .

has been filed against you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Frank
E. Maloney, Jr., PA., Attorney, whose address is 445
East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063;
(904)259-3155, within thirty (30) days after the first
publication of the notice and on or before the 14th day
of August, 2006, and to file the original with the Clerk.
of this Court either before service on Frank E. Maloney,
Jr., P.A., Attorney or immediately thereafter, otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the relieve de-

The Deparunent of Enaronmental Protecton gs e
Notice of it Intent to Issue a permit to the New Rive
Sohlid Wasie A-.Xociatin to construct Cell 5 of the Clas
I landfill and to continue to operate the Class I andI
landfills and the Waste Tue Collerton Center at th,
New Rjier Solid Waste Fatinh The faciht is locate
on east :1 State Road 121. approuimately 2.5 miles no
of Rasford in Umon County. Florida
The Department's file on this matter is availabi
for public inspection during normal business hour
8:00 am to 5:00 pm., M londay through Fnday except
for legal holidays, at 7825 Baymeadows Way, Suit
200B. lackoMnille Florida
A person ahoie substantial interests are affected,
b) the above piopoied agency action may peunon fo
administrative determnation (hearing) under section
i 20 569 and 120 57 of the Florida Statules The pentino
must contain the information et forth below and music
be filed (recetied) in the Department's Office of the
General Counsel. Marjorn Stoneman Douglan Build
ing. 3900 Commonaealth Bouleard. Mail Station 35
Tallahassee, Honda 32399.3000 Petitions filed by any
persons other than those entitled 16 written notice under
section 12060(3) of the Flonda Statutes must be File
stilnn 14 day5 of publication of this nonce or receip
of the written notice, whichever occurs first. The peti
noner shall mail a copy of the penon t to the applicant
at the address mdicaied aboae at the tune of filing Thi
failure of an\ person to ilde a petitiono ithm the ap
piopnate time period shall consuonne a %anser of tlha
person's right o requeit'an adminismrame delermina
non (hearing) under sectons 120 569 and 120 57 of the
Flonda Statute or to intervene to thas proceeding ant
parucipate as a part) to it An. subsequent minterventoi
I. n a proceeding initiated b., another party) will b
oults al the discreton of the preuddmg officer upon the
filing of a motion nU compliance with rule 28-106 205
of the Flonda Administirane Code
A petition that di putes the material facts on ahicl
the Department's action i.- ba5ed must containthe fol
lowing information:
(a) The name. addess and telephone umn
ber of each petitioner, the applcant' name and ad
dress. the Departnment File Numbers (0009721.004 &
0249280-001) and the county in hiuch the project i
(b) A statement of ho% and %hen earl
petitioner recened nonce oi the Department's acuon or
proposed acona.
(c).A statement of how each petitioner's
substantial interests are affected b. the Department's
action or proposed action;
(d) A statement of all material facts dis
puted by petitioner or a statement that thgr% ae niC
disputed facts, "
I I(e) A statement offacts, which the peti-
tioner contends warrant reversal or modification of the
Department's action or proposed action;
(f) A statement of which rules or statutes
the petitioner contends require reversal or modification
of the Department's action or proposed action; and
(g) A statement of relief sought by the pe-
titioner, stating precisely the action the petitioner wants
the Department to take with respect to the Department's
action or proposed action.
A petition that does not dispute the mate-
rial facts'on shich the Department's acnon it based
shall state that no such facts are in dispute and other-
wise hall contain the ;ame mformaaon as set forth
above as required b) rule 28-106 301 of the Florida
Administrati e Code
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be different from the position taken by it in this notice.
Persons whose substantial interests will be affected
by any such final decision of the Department have the
right to petition to become a party to the proceeding, in
accordance' with the requirements set forth above.
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for Validation of Tax Warrants issued for unpaid 2004,
Baker County Personal Property Taxes has been filed
by Gene Harvey, Baker County Tax Collector, in which
you are named as a party for nonpayment of 2004
Personal Property Taxes as assessed against you: Upon
ratification and confirmation of the petition by the
Court, the Tax Collector shall be authorized to issue a
tax warrant against you, and levy upon, seize and sell
so much of your personal property as necessary to sat-
isfy the delinquent taxes, plus costs, interest, attorney's
fees and other charges.
You are further notified that a Final Hearing will
be held in this mater on the 24th day of August, 2006,
at the Baker County Courthouse in Macclenny, Baker
County, Florida, at 11:30 am before the Honorable
Phyllis M. Rosier, Circuit Judge, at which time you or
your attorney may present your objections, if any, to
issuance of the Tax Warrant against you. The amount
of the assessment or amount of, taxes levied have been
paid or not. r
A copy of the Petition filed herein may be obtained
at the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Mac-
clenny, Baker County, Florida upon request.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court on this 14
day of July, 2006.
1. Americom Network, Inc.
2. Connie's Kitchen
3. Faith Texturing & Coating, Inc.
4. Fibersteam Carpet Cleaning
5. Interstate Brands Corp

6. Thomas Edwin Long
s Court on 04-5003200
7. James J. Rowe
8. Rafuse Land Development
9. Asuncion Crow
7/20-8/10 : 04-5005725
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BY Katie Kennedy
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The Community Behavorial HealthCare Advisory
Board announce, a meeting
Date & Time: Tuesday, July 25, 2006 @ 11:30 am
Place: Northeast Florida State Hospital, Building
1, Conference Room
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r The Baker County District School Board will
hold the Iollowing public hearing on Monday, July
31. 2006, in the Baker County District School
e Board Room localed al 270 South Boulevard
s ', East. Beginning at 6:30 p.m (to be held consecu-
i tively):
. The public is invited and encouraged to at-
t tend.
e This documems are available for preview at
- the Baker County School Board office located at
, 392 South Boulevard Easl. Macclenny, Florida.
8:30 am 4:00 pm, Monday Ihrough Thursday.
S The public is invited to attend
d Paula T. Barton
A Superintendent of Schools
- 6/22, 7/6, 7/20C
e City Of Macclenny
PROJECT: City of Macclenny
e Baker County
d Potable Water Storage Tank
a Rehabilitations
-e Macclenny, Florida
5 OWNER: City of Macclenny
118 E Macolenny Avenue
Macclenny, FL 32063-2195
- ENGINEER: Darabi and Associates, Inc.
730 NE Waldo Road
Gainesville, Florida 32641
Telephone: (352) 376-6533
The Project is the Ohio Street 100,000-gallon
h elevated water slotage lank, Ihe Ohio Slreet
360,000 gallon waler ground storage lank and
Ihe Macclenny Products Road 100.000-gallon
elevated waler storage lank
s The work Is generally described as rehabilitation
of one ground storage and two elevated potable
water storage tanks. The work on each indMdual
l tank is as follows. *. .
Ohio Street Tank 100 000-gallon
* Replacement of roof hatch, roof vent, 2
cathodic protection plates
S Repair of light
1 Pressure washing of tank exterior
Painting of tank exterior and tank interior
Installation of antenna stand
Installation of Lad-Guard shield -
Removal of interior spider assembly
* Installation of safety cable on roof ladder
* Removal of target board
Ohio Street Ground Storage Tank 360 000-gallon
I Cleaning Interior
S:Macclenny Products Road Elevated Tank
. Painting of tank exterior
S Installation of vent
S, Repair of light

All work shall be in accordance with the specifica-
tions and contract documents.
Bidding and contract documents may be exam-
ined at 118 E. Macclenny Ave, Macclenny, Florida
Copies of the documents may be obtained at
Engineer's office for $250 per set; which con-
stitutes the cost for reproduction and handling.
Checks shall be payable to Engineer. Payment Is
Bids shall be completed on the enclosed Bid
Form as set forth In the Instructions to Bidders
and otherwise be in compliance with the Bidding
Documents. Sealed bids will be received at the
Macclenny City Hall, 118 E Macclenny Ave.,
Macclenny, Florida, until 2:00 P.M. (local time) on
July 26, 2006, at which time and place all bids will
be opened and read aloud. Any Bids received
after the specified time and date will not be con-

For further information or clarification, contact
Ms. Rachel Conn at the Engineer's office,
730 NE Waldo Road, Gainesville, Florida 32641,
(352)377-5821. Questions shall be submitted In
writing to the Engineer by July 16, 2006.
The City of Macclenny solicits written proposals
to all Insurance companies authorized to offer
group employer paid life and health Insurance
plans. Proposals are expected from only finan-
cially sound Insurers, authorized to do business
in Florida.
All organizations are to provide a written request
for Information and complete a Vendor Request
Form as provided by our consultant. Written re-
quests are to be submitted to: O&A Insurance
Services vla.emall or tax: Wendy@Owenservlces.
corn or 904-287-5625.
Formal written proposals will be accepted through
August 10,,2006.

The Baker County Board of County Commis-
sioners solicits written proposals to all Insurance
companies authorized to offer group employer
paid life and health insurance plans. Proposals
are expected from only financially sound Insurers,
authorized to do business In Florida.
All organizations are to provide a written request
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premise at 305 East HFlonda Ae Macclenny FL
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lowing'units The company re'enres the nghb to reject
any bid and sithdraa any items from the sale
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Thursday, July 20th, 2006

Keeping up with the Jones

By Jared Wilkerson
Real Estate Writer
The practice of taking on
major renovations in and
around the home used to be
an idea the majority of hom-
eowners dreaded. Whether
from a general lack of knowl-
edge on where to begin,
what direction to take, and
how to complete a home
renovation project or the
high cost of having to hire
a professional in order to
achieve the desired results,
most people put the job off
in the hopes that orange
shag carpeting would make
a tremendous comeback
next season.
However, with the grow-
ing popularity of such shows
as Designed to Sell, Flip
This House, and just about
anything else you might find
on HGTV in the& evening,
home remodeling is quickly
becoming a weekend hobby
in which a surprising num-
ber of homeowners are will-
ing to take part.
In fact, it seems that
Home Depots and Lowes
are showing up in towns
with the same regularity
as Walmart Supercenters,
making the job of finding the
right materials and guidance
to redo a kitchen as simple
as going to the store for a
loaf of bread.
Most homeowners are
content to stick to the simple
upgrades, such as installing
new countertops, updating
bathroom fixtures, or maybe
even laying down some new
ceramic tile or hardwood
flooring. Some owners, on
the other hand, are taking
home remodeling to a new
level customizing and
redesigning every facet of
the house, inside and out.
Burl and Ruth Jones of
Glen St Mary fall into the lat-
ter category. I had the plea-
sUre of meeting with them
last week for a detailed tour
of their beautiful and mas-
terfully remodeled home in
the Glenwood subdivision
just outside of town.
"The funny thing is," Burl
joked, "when we bought
this place in '88, we bought
it just the way we wanted it

and we've been remodeling
it ever since."
The Joneses moved to
the area from Tennessee as
part of a job transfer in the
late '80s. They spent almost
two full years searching for
the perfect home in which
they could settle down and
eventually retire. They were
drawn to the Glenwood
subdivision because at the
time it was the only neigh-
borhood in Baker County
that had good sized lots and
a legitimate homeowners'
If you are unfamiliar with
Glenwood, it is an extremely
well-established neighbor-
hood with very few lots still
undeveloped. Every home
along its streets has a cus-
tom-built look and would
qualify, at the very least, as
a really nice home. However,
all things considered, I'd
have a hard time believing
that anyone around there is
"keeping up with the Joneses"
where itomestlo upgrades.
For those of you whose
mouths begin to water dur-
ing this description, I'll go
ahead and tell you that this
house is currently on the
.The first thing that sets
this amazing home apart
from the others is the cus-
tom automatic security gate
that adorns the stone and
brick drive at the home's
entrance. Even though the
integrity of this gate could
potentially keep just about
anyone or anything out,
the columnar brick walls at
its sides, coupled with the
gate's artistic design, make
it still somehow look rather
When I asked Mr. Jones
why he'd elect to install a
security gate in such a safe
neighborhood, he said "Well,
at the time I knew this guy
who made them and he got
me a really good deal on it."
In fact, just about all of
Mr. Jones' upgrade stories
about the house start out
with either "Well, I knew this
guy" or "I had this friend
in the business" and all
of them end with "So I got
a really good deal on the

(Top) Rear View with in ground pool at the Jones' residence.
(Bottom right) Front view of Jones' residence.

whole thing."
Past the gate, visitors get
a drive-by view of the first of
two custom built sandstone
waterfall fountains along
the figure-eight gravel drive.
It winds back to the' 3-car,
fully finished, wired-for-ste-
reo detached garage toward
the rear of the property.
The front entrance of the
home was originally cedar
and had no covered entryway.
Burl and Ruth took down the

cedar and replaced it with a'
warm stone that adds a cer-
tain grandiose appearance
to the doorway. They then
laid a stone walkway from
the gravel drive and tied a
gable roof covering with col-
umns into the existing roof,
accentuating the entrance.
Once inside, they added
Canadian oak baseboards
and crown molding to every
room even the laundry
room. Nothing in this house

(Bottom left) Fountain in rear.

got left out.
One: of their first major
structural renovations .
included knocking out a few
walls in the master bedroom,
nearly doubling its size, and
creating two walk-in closets,
a vanity sink area, and a
separate sitting area with a
bay window overlooking the
Next, they went to work
on the ceilings. Mr. Jones
"knew a guy" and got a great

Photos by Jared Wilkerson

deal on a bunch of pickled
cypress wood, which he
used to redo several key
areas of the house, giving
them a warm country feel
that is both beautiful and
When they bought the
home, it had an attached
side-entry garage. With a 3.
car detached garage in the
back, they decided it would

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make a much better office than a garage.
Where most people would have simply
thrown up some drywall, changed the doors
and hooked the room into central heat and
air and called it a day, Burl and Ruth (as you
might expect at this point) decided to go a
bit farther.. .well, a lot farther.
The pickled cypress ceiling made another
great appearance, as did the oak trim and
molding, but this time they decided to finish
the entire room in cypress paneling. I'm not
usually a big fan of wood panel walls, but I
guess it's not what you do, it's how you do it
because this office looks incredible.
They also took out a section of the roof
and replaced it with double-length sky-light-
ing and replaced the old doors with two
Sfloor-to-ceiling glass panels and two French
doors, providing an open and connected
feeling with the outside landscaping..
Now on to my favorite part of this home,
- the Florida room. It was originally just a
screened back porch nothing at all fancy
about it. They replaced the screens with
sliding glass windows and raised the ceiling,
from the standard flat porch style to a rising
vaulted style. They then redid all the walls
in sandstone and tiled the floor with.panels
that simulate the look of huge wooden tiles.
The cypress ceiling worked out great here
as well, as did the well placed sky-lights and
open feeling French doors.
Aside from everything just mentioned,
this room has two great things about it: The
first is that it has three separate entrances
back into the house one to the den, one to
the main living room, and one to the master

"We designed this room with entertaining
in mind," said Ruth. "If we're having a party
or gathering, we can just close all the glass
windows and open up the Whole house and
people spend most of the time out here."

The second great thing about it is the view
of the pool. This isn't your garden variety
backyard barbeque area swimming pool.
It's a free-form Olympic sized masterpiece
with its own custom sandstone waterfall and
a changing cabana, all added by Mr. and
Mrs. Jones.
The deck has been refinished in its entire-
ty with custom sandstone to include the
stone steps that lead down into the shallow
area. It also has a walkway leading out to a
private area of the yard with a seating area
from which the beauty of the entire scene is
easily taken in.
After the tour of the grounds, I had two
questions I was dying to ask: 1) Why did
they go through the trouble to do all of this,
and 2) How could they possibly sell and
leave this place?
"The home is meant to be a. place of
enjoyment, so why not? We both had high-
pressure jobs and this was just the perfect
place to.come back and get away from it all,"
answered Burl. "When we get back up there
to Tennessee, we plan on doing the whole
thing over again."
'Ruth, whose specialty was the breathtak-.
ing landscaping full of flowering trees and
vines, added, "It is hard. to leave it after
working with it and watch-
ing it grow all these years,
but now I guess someone
else can come and fall in
love with it and that makes. "
it all worth it."
As I mentioned, this
3,146 sq. ft. work of art
on 2.41 acres is currently
for sale. If you would like
to stop by and take a look
at it or find out more infor- Jared Wilkerson, Realtor
mation, call the listing real
estate agent, Loraine Drinkwater of Watson
Realty Corp at (904) 899-6929.

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Mark Lancaster, Sales Associate
Juanice Padgett, Sales Associate
Andrew P. Smith, Sales Associate
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799 S. 6th St., Macclenny

A Little Bit of Historv! This 2.445 sf house was built circa 1910 and
also has a separate commercial building on the lot (right). A well estab-
lished flower shop, located in the commercial building, offers a world
wide wire service. The home may be renovated for offices. retail, res-
taurant or any other use allowed in a Commercial General Zone Lot
size is 99' x 215' with lots of potential for two separate businesses. 99'
frontage on US Hwy 90 and 215' frontage on First Street.
REDUCED $445.000

Ten Acres Located on Arnold Rhoden Rd close to US 90. This tract
is high and dry with good road frontage. Priced at $175,000.
Commercial Lot 14.000 sq. ft. 100 ft. frontage on SR 121. Located
between Waffle House and Day's Inn, adjacent to 1-10. $125,000.

Nice I acre lot in Keaton Beach
Five minutes to Gulf of Nlexico This
lot can be used for mobile homes or
site built homes. Priced for quick sale
Building Lot. conveniently
located between Glen St Mary and
Macclenny. This heavily wooded lot
is restricted to site built homes only
, acre + priced at $34.900.
Nice 3 BRI1 BA frame home with
new\ vinyl siding and CH.A Recently
remodeled and ready to move into
Located on Tony Givens Road in
Sanderson on I acre $125.000
Reduced to $100,000.
Comminercial property in Hilliard,
1/2 acre with 105' frontage on West
3rd St Small brick home in need of
renovation, can be converted to office
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2+ acres on corner lot in excellent neighborhood. Floors are
S.. tile & hardwood. Glass doors open to porch & large fenced
MM 11 backyard. Two car garage finished with carpet. Planted
maple, grapefruit, flowering pear & cherry trees. Home has
Sr" many extras, is open, sunny & inviting.

f o t 3/2 open floor plan, tile throughout, Berber carpet in
P D bedrooms, wrap around front porch and back porch
iiJ Aoverlooking spring fed fish pond. On private lot at end of
cul-de-sac. Approx. 1907 SF Many extras! $259,900

Anne Kitching, Realtor
962-8064 cell.
Wendy Smith, Realtor
710-0528 cell.
Tina Melvin, Realtor
233-2743 cell.
Seventy Acr 25n lj acre. Moccasin
Creek. Like e,1JU[ N call us about
this land in te(countryi 7,000
2 lots on US 90- in Glen St. Mary with build-
ing. Excellent business opportunity. Has
water & sewer. Currently rented at $1100/
month. $305,000
Excellent commercial corner lot. East
Macclenny Avenue, .92 acres. $200,000.
Excellent Business Location! 1.25 acres
with 320 feet highway frontage on busy
121 North. Zoned Commercial neighbor-
hood. $419,000

New Home Under Construction! Many
extras! 3 BR/2 BA on 1 acre. Has covered
porch & patio, 2 car garage & 295 sf bonus
room. Floor will be laminate wood, carpet
& tile, gas fp, central vacuum, security sys-
tem, pre-wired for home theatre. Country
living at it's best! $269,900

,98 Acres zoned Commercial on 121 South.
3 bedroom, 2 bath home, back & side
screened I* I mily room, large
bonus roo.., ack yard, stove
& refrigerator. Must see to appreciate. In
Macclenny city limits. $199,900



1.49 acres, perfect for
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521 South Sixth Street, Ste. C, Macclenny

Precious, Comfy &
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3X24 ft., 29 gauge, metal roofing;
2x6, 44 ft., load bearing, trusses.
334-6695. 7/6-27p

Good used appliances. 90 day money
back guarantee. 266-4717.
5 piece oak bedroom set, queen size
with mattress, $1000; 2 crib sets,
denim color, $25 each. 259-2746.
Solid wood cherry sleigh bed with
mattress & boxsprings, retail $950, .
sacrifice for $395, can deliver. 904-
858-9350. 7/13-8/3p
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, all mahoga-
ny, can be seen at Southern Charm.
259-4140. 12/9tfc

2000 Fleetwood Prowler, 30', fifth
wheel, 2 slides, very nice camper,
$17,000. Call 259-3763 leave mes-
sage. 7/13-20p
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
259-4140. 12/9tfc
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs,
very ornate, fluted legs, rare; half
round foyer console. All pieces are
mahogany wood. Southern Charm.
259-4140. 2/3tfc
Solid wood coffee table, light colored
with glass inserts, $75. 275-3007.
Bed, beautiful temp-pedic memory
foam mattress & boxsprings, new in
plastic, with warranty, retail $950,
must sell $379, can deliver. 904-
858-9350. 7/13-8/3p
Two monitors, 17 inch, $25; Nikon
Scan Touch oversized flatbed scanner
with SCSI connection, $75; Okidata
dot matrix, SCSI, turbo, $50; Dell
keyboard & mouse, $10. 259-2400.
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. tfc
Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic,
$199. 904-398-5200. 7/13-8/3p
Epson Stylus color 600 printer, $25.
259-2400. 4/20tfc
King pillowtop,' new with warranty,
$289, can deliver. 904-391-0015.
2000 Yamaha Wave Runner, 3 seater
with trailer, very low hours, good con-
dition, $6500. 259-4602. 7/13tfc
1990 Bass Tracker, 150XP Evinrude,
fully equipped boat, motor & trailer,
$4000. 783-1575 please leave mes-
sage. 7/13-20p
27' above ground pool, new 2 HP
motor, $800 OBO; go-kart Twister
MDL, $1000 OBO; 12' aluminum
fishing boat, $1000 OBO, 20 HP Mer-
cury. 259-1704 after 6:00 pm.

0797. 7/13-27p
1996 Fleetwood Prowler RV, 26 ft.,
5th wheel, cold A/C, has vents to
each area, large freezer refrigera-
tor, non-smoker, excellent condition,
$5300. 259-5286. 7/20p
Murray Select riding lawnmower, 12
HP, 30" cut, motor runs good, needs
belt work, $150. 275-2845. 7/20p
Stainless steel Whirlpool refrigerator,
18 cf, used only 4 months, $350;
nice sofa, paid $1000, sell for $600

OBO; used front door, $25, alunimum 2005 Ford Explorer XLT, 20,000
windows, $10 each. 259-1703 or miles, black in color, 4x4, $29,000.
904-226-3764. 7/20p 259-3352. 7/20p
Summer annuals. Red Pentas, 2002 Honda CR-V, automatic, cloth
Cleomes, Moss Roses, Coleus, 4." seats, 47,000 miles, $16,500. 259-
pots, 18 per tray, $12 per tray. Will 3352. 7/20p
hell mixed trays & single plants. Also SI0, V6, automatic, $1200. 904-
have Tommy Toe & Rutger tomato 591-2916 leave message. 7/20p
sets. 259-6120 or 275-2854 leave 2004 Chevy Avalanche, 4x4, loaded,
message. 7/20p leather, sunroof,. DVD, 49K miles,
Dnlnig ttnn. la e 2- O-9 re ular mdr ,t

nimng room se Ltame, z -- uig
& 2 wingback chairs, china cabinet,
$650 0BO, from Circle K; 7 piece
King bedroom set, without mattress-
es, $1000 OB0. Call 259-4523 after
4:00 pm for details. 7/20p
Tires & rims for 2006 Nissan Titan,
brand new, $600. 259-6242 or 334-
0377. 7/20p
Hustler light commercial, zero turn,
20 HP Kohler, 52" deck, 120 hours,
$4500 OBO. 259-3618 or 613-9233.
2005 Yamaha Kodiak 400, 4x4 four
wheeler, excellent condition, limited
use, with trailer, asking $5500 OBO.
259-5137 or 904-591-6855. 7/20p
Restored pedal car; chest freezer.
259-2192. 7/20p
Toddler girl clothes 2T-3T summer &
winter sets & separates, shoes 6,7
& 8. Will sell by the pieces or set for
50 each or all of it for $70. They
are taking up too much space! Very
nice rarely worn. 259-5156. 7/20p

Formal dining room set, cherry,
Queen Anne, table with extension,
6 chairs, lighted china hutch & side
table, $1200 OBO; porcelien collect-
ible dolls, best offer. Call Rhonda at
259-9091. 7/20p

Cash for your junk car or truck. I
haul. 904-509-0921. 5/4-10/26p
2003 Chevrolet Cavalier, 4 door
sedan, 2.2 engine, 66,500 miles,
$8000 OBO. 259-1356. 7/13-20p
1993 Geo Tracker, $1500 OBO. 259-
1704 after 6:00 pm. 7/13-20p

2000 Ford Explorer, Eddie Bauer Edi-
tion, V6, 20 mpg, automatic 4 WD,
all power, leather seats, automat-
ic transmission, keyless entry, CD
changer, $5500. 259-3794 or 571-
2636. 7/20p
1997 Ford Aerostar van, good condi-
. tion, $1200 OBO. 904-704-5043.
2001 Chevrolet Sliverado LS pickup,
90,000 miles, excellent condition,
$10,500. Call Donna Flores at 904-
994-0365. 7/20p
2001 Alero 2 door, 94K miles, ex-
cellent condition, tinted windows,
$3200. 259-2242. 7/20p
2005 Pontiac Grand Am, red, very
clean, 17,900 miles, $12,575. 904-
707-2111 or 259-9257. 7/20p
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Senior Staff Assistant
needed within the President's Office.
Proficient in Word and Excel.
Ability to take and transcribe notes a
must. Ability to work with minimal
supervision. Requires high school
diploma, or equivalent, plus four years
secretarial or clerical experience..
Salary $22,692.00 annually,
plus benefits.
Deadline for receiving applications:
July 20, 2006.
Vocational Recruiter
(Grant Funded Position)
Professional position assisting the
Director of Admission Services with
recruitment of vocational and adult stu-
dents. Bachelor's degree and two years
related experience. Must have valid
Florida driver's license.
Computer literate.
Salary: $27,583 annually
plus benefits.
Application deadline: July 28, 2006
College application required. Full
position details and application
available on the web at:
Human Resource Development
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386)754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education & Employment

asking o$25,900uu. o545-608 or 2-
2826. 7/20p
1995 Toyota Camry LE, silver, auto-
matic, A/C, radio/cassette, power
windows, power locks, $2700 OBO.
6367 Woodlawn Rd., 259-2253.
1998 Chevy S10, good condition,
$3500. Call for details 259-5156.
1988 Volvo 240 GL, automatic, pow-
er windows, radio/CD, sunroof, A/C,
tinted, $1995 cash. 6367 Woodlawn
Rd. 259-2253. 7/20-27p
2004 Chevy Sllverado 2500, HD,
2x2, 4 door, extended cab, tool box-
es still under warranty, 35K miles,
asking $17,500. 545-6087 or 275-
2826. 7/20p
1996 Toyota Camry LE, silver, V6,
4 door, automatic, tinted, power win-
dows, power locks, radio/CD, $5500
cash OBO. 6367Woodlawn Rd. 259-
2253.. 7/20-27p
1977 MG Midget convertible, resto-
ration or use for parts, new battery
& interior kit, needs ignition switch &
cosmetic work, $1000. Call Rhonda
At 9->QQQ r

1992 Chevrolet 2500 4x4 i
camper special, gooseneck
new A/C, 55K on engine, 1:
truck, excellent condition,
OBO. 259-1168.

2005 Chevy Sllverado 2500, HD,
4x4, 4 door,' crew cab, loaded,'"
leather, 20" rims, 14K miles, asking
$30,700. 545-6087 or 275-2826.
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Childcare. Now have openings ac-
cepting children in my daycare. Let
your children enjoy a fun, loving envi-
ronment. Reasonable rates, flexible
hours. 259-8875. 7/20p

.;. :; Thursday & Friday, 8518 Ben Rowe ^
Circle, past Woodlawn Kennel. Pictures,
RAG.SALE. handbags, clothing, antique cars.
Friday 8:00 am-1:00 pm. Hwy 90 to
YARDSAD 125 S. to Andrew Street, turn left & fol-
low signs to River Oaks Circle. House-
TAr .- .- hold items, clothes, etc.
Friday 8:00 am-noon, 14087 N. CR
23A. Kid's clothes & toys.
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am-3:00 pm,
121 S., 1st driveway past Raiford Road
Church. Mona Lewis 259-3840.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, go to Barber Rd. off 121. left on
Rhdoen Dr.. first house on right. Baby clothes, children's clothes, ;
miscellaneous household items.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm, Shortputt Drive. Furniture,
appliances. TVs, clothes, toys, dishes, miscellaneous items.
Friday & Saturday 7:00 am-1:00 pm, 533 N. 5th St. Kids & adult V
clothing, furniture, arts & crafts. 3 family moving sale.
Friday & Saturday 7:30 am-?, 1013 Christie Court. Baby clothes :
& items, household. Lots of everything.
* Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, 360 East Blvd N. Baby girl & boy ^
clothes, young girl's clothes, great back to school clothes &
scrubs. 3 families.
Friday, Saturday & Sunday 8:00 am-?, 13975 Ruben Crawford Rd. g.
Furniture. clothes & more. 653-1581.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, Woodlawn Cemetery Rd. Baby items, baby, ;
* teen & maternity clothes, miscellaneous.

Saturday 7:00 am-?, Glen St. Mary, Schell Byrd's house.

Saturday 8:00 am-noon, 562 N. 5th St. Variety of items to choose
Saturday 8:00 am-noon, Woodlawn Rd to Ben Rowe Circle to JB
Hines, follow signs. Lots of great items, ladies plus size clothes,
ladies plus size scrubs, Playstation, games, printers, household
items. Rain cancels.
Saturday 7:00 am-?, 121 N. to 23D to River Hills Dr.

7/20p Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm, ABC Learningn Center, S. 6th St.
pickup, t228) by Badcock Furniture. Daycare Fundraiser. "We have a little
r iht h, bit of everything".

1OK on

Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm, 6326 CW Webb Rd. Baby, household ;;i
& yard items, boy's clothes & shoes, age 2-6. Multi family.
Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm. 121 N. 5 miles on left. Lots of nice
Saturday 8:00 am-?, Tiny Tots Day Care, 219 E. Michigan Ave. "

Go through Home several times most weeks.
t,,'. i. :,;^ t Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching
that comes from only dispatching 25 trucks at
Sour location here in Starke. Vacation pay, Safety
Bonus up to $1,200 per year. Driver of the Year
', bonus. and driver recruitment bonuses. Blue
Cross Blue Shield medical and dental Insurance.
'-Need 2 years of experience and a decent driving
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computer. Uses voice over IP. Works
even on dial up. No contracts. No'
gimmicks. Download free dialer pro-
,gram at www.adcalls.com/9498.
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-
7968. 4/22tfc
Affordable & dependable. Let me
take care of your cleaning needs.
Also available evenings & weekends.
Call 259-8310. 7/20p
Music lessons in Macclenny, guitar,
bass & voice. 653-1737. 6/29-8/3p
We' do small job land clearing, bush
*hog mowing, scatter dirt, root rake,
etc., also tree trimming & removal.
259-7968. 6/29tfc
Going to pawn your guns? Cash for
your gun. No junk. 259-3372. 7/20p
Christian childcare in my home.
Monday-Friday, 6:00 am-6:00 pm,
20 years experience, licensed, hot
meals & snacks. Hill of Glen area.
Cathy Thomas at 259-3678. 7/20p
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to abe in.
good condition. Call Karin at South-
ern Charm 259-4140. 2/13tfc.

Dogs: all types from puppies to
adults. Animal Control, $50 boarding.
fees will apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfce
Boston Terrier, 8 months old, papers,
black & white, male, $400 OBO. 259-
9776. 7/20p:
Deer trail dog, male, 4 years old,
Beagle/Walker, $200; AKC regis-
tered Basset Hound, 7 1/2 months
old, male, $200; 3 puppies, Walker/
Beagle, 4 months old, off trail dog,
$50 each; standard gray Chincilla,
bought from Petsmart, includes 2
story cage, all accessories, $200.
275-2845. 7/20p
Horses. 2 APHA registered Yearling fil-
lies. A Palomino, sire is son of PBHA.
Wold Champion & World Champion
producer HEZA Classic Fox, qualifies,
for registration in PHBA; A Red Dun

Overo, bloodlines Red Sunny Dee,
Skipper W, Bolds Top Chick, an APHA
champion. Both are bred. Price nego-
tiable to good home. I can help you
startthem when ready & board them
if needed. 259-1703 or 904-226-
' 3764. 7/20p
Blue Pit Bull puppies, 8 weeks old,
shots & wormed, POP, $150. Call Co-
rey at 653-1971 or 219-9308.7/20p-

Found: Black & tan hunting do, track-
er collar, found on Richardson Rd.
275-2369. 7/20

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The Baker County Press
Delivery specialist.needed.'Full-time,
2 positions open. Apply in person at.
Badcock Furniture, 701 S. 5th St.,
.Maccienny. 7/13-20c.

Experienced metal roofer needed,.
dependable, driver's license required,
good pay. 904-251-5804, after 7:00
pm, call 259-3757. 7/13-8/31p:
Painter's helper. Apply in person at-
Butch's Paint & Body Shop,~5573
Harley Thrift Rd. 7/13tfc-
Pier 6 Seafood now accepting applica-
tions for all positions..259-6123.
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service needs-
experienced full time licensed driver.
259-7335. ,3/23tfc
Local home health agency looking for
full time RN & Physical Therapist. For
more information, call 259-3111.

Company specializing in erosion con-
trol now hiring the following positions:
crew leaders, equipment operators,
laborers, class A CDL drivers. Valid
driver's license is a must. Fax resume
to 904-275-3292 or call 275-4960.
EOE/drug free workplace. 7/20p
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools. 259-5877. .12/30tfc
Full-timetrim/punch-out carpenterfor
local construction company. Benefits
& paid vacation included. Please call
259-3343 weekdays between 9:00
am-5:00 pm. 6/8tfc

Experienced A/C service tech/install-'
er needed. Must have driver's license;
& tools. 259-0893. 6/15tfc

Part time w/full time potential.
Looking for' motivated, qualified per-
son in Baker and surrounding area.
Experience in sales helpful. Reply5with
resume& references to P.O. Box 598,
Macclenny, FL 32063. 6/2tfc
Mechanically Inclined person needed-
for general groundskeeping, for light
delivery with some lifting and for some
light :maintenance duties. Must be
dependable with a good work record.
References and resume to P.O. Box
598, Macclenny, FL 32063. This is an
excellent part time opportunity.
Class A mechanic for 3rd shift main-
tenance crew. Must have minimum
5, years experience. Pay ranges from
$16.96 plus a 26$ shift differential
pay. We are an equal opportunity
employer' & a' drug free workplace.,
We offer 401k, health insurance, paid
holidays & vacation. Apply at' Gilman
Building Products, CR 218, Maxville,
FL or fax resume to 904-289-7736.
Need experienced A/C & duct install-
ers, must be dependable. 259-8038.
Drivers: Home every weekend! .41
loaded/.37 empty/.01 loaded miles
tarp. Pay, health, life, dental, 401k,
monthly bonuses. CDL-A 1 year .expe-
rience.. Grayson Mitchell 800-434-
1882. 7/13-20p
Part-time carpenter, patch up work,
roofs, mobile home work. 653-1656
leave message. 7/20c
Ronie's Food is looking for cooks &
cashiers. Apply in person. Hwy 90 in
Glen. 7/20c:
Security officers, all areas of
Jacksonville. Call Giddens Security

384-8071 or apply at 528' "S.
Edgewood Ave. 7/27-8/3c-
COTAs and PTAs. Macclenny Nursing
& Rehab is offering $5K sign on
bonus to work at this great facility that
boasts a great Rehab Manager and
dynamic Administrative team. .Miss.
all the Jacksonville traffic and drive
west on 1-10 for 20 minutes, enjoy
flexible schedules, and friendly staff
in a rural relaxed setting. Call Julie at
1-866-559-5515, ext. 111. 7/20c.
Production/machine operator. Instell
Wire Products, a manufacturers of
pre-stressed concrete strand will be
accepting applications for production/
machine operator positions for cur-
rent openins.at the Sanderson plant
on Thursday, July 20th Thursday,
August 3rd from 9:00 am-3:00 pm.
Applicants myst .be 18 years old.
Working hours will be 12.hour shifts.
Experience preferred. Benefit package
includes health, life, dental, 401k.
Interested candidates must, apply
in person. Insteel Wire Products,
Sanderson Division, O One Wiremil
Road, Sanderson,,FL 32087. AA/
EOE/Pre-employment Drug Screen.
RN/LPN, 7:00 pm-7:00 am, must
be dependable; CNAs, 11:00 pm-
7:30 am, full-time. Apply in-person at
Macelenny Nursing & Rehab, 755SS.
5th St./Hwy 228. Ask for Sharon or
Melves. 7/20c
Travelodge is now taking applications
for night auditor. Apply in person from
8:00 am-4:O pm at 1641 S. 6th St.
No phone calls.:. 7/20-27c
A/C service tech/installer. New con-
struction & change outs. Reference
& good driving record a must. Pay
depending on experience: Big sign on
bonus. 259-8038. 7/20-8/lp
New Life Preschool & Daycare is now
hiring' full-time, part-time & substi-
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. Salary will be 1 acre with 2 BR mobile home in need
.qualifications. of repair. Well, septic tank & power
Oi, 7/20-27c pole. Mobile home can be moved for
:essary, $400- your new home. Cuyler area, $45,000
enings & week- OBO. 904-226-3064 day or 259-5383
ilrirvindf rrord. after 6:00 pm. 7/13:20p

Large desirable lot in Copper Creek,
one of the largest & last in Phase 11,
$77,500. 259-6199. 6/29tfc
3 BR, 2 BA house with 2 rental mobile.
homes on 13.2+- acres in the Georgia
Bend area, big workshop & 2nd kitch-
en, $190,000. 904-629-1779.
10 acres, restricted to homes, nice
property, good location, bring your
horses, $138,900. 259-3878.
Beautiful 7.5 acres, located 500 ft off
of Crews Rd on Woodrow Raulerson
Rd. Very nice property with cypress
tree pond, $150,000. For info, call
259-2083 after 6:00' pm or leave
message. 7/13-8/3p.
Must see! 10 acres with pond, 2 dou-
blewide mobile homes, $225,000.
Call for appointment 259-5098.

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2 BR house. 259-33


2" and 4" wells
Roger Raulerson



Footers Foundations
Sidewalks Driveways
"For all your stucco needs"
Free estimates
Commerical & Residential
Kevin Wilson
Gene Polk
Locally owned & operated
in Baker County 7/6-13p

Water softeners Iron filters
Sales Rentals Service
Total water softener supplies
Salt delivery
~ Financing available ~
797 S. 6th Street, Macclenny
259-6672 7/15tfc

Licensed & Bonded
483-7886 7/20-27p
Free estimates
Licensed & Insured
Timmy Hodges, Owner

New roofs Roof repairs
Roof replacement
Free estimates


Professional painting
Pressure washing
Interior exterior
Residential commercial
Fully insured Locally owned
25 years experience
Specializing in 6" seamless
rain gutters
Residential & Commercial
Free estimates
Houses $75-$100
Mobile homes $40-$50
Call Floyd
Bull dozer & backhoe
C.F. White
275-2474 4/6tfc

Tree removal Light hauling
Stump removal
We haul or buy junk cars and
We sell ,horses
Licensed Insured
Free estimates
24 hour service
Call Danny
Jesus is the Only Way
Home repairs Remodeling
Mark Stevens

Since 1963
Residential and Commercial
Pest control
Lawn and Shrub care
Termite protection .
*Damage repair guarantees
Free estimates Call today!
Sentricon Colony
Elimination System
259-8759 2/17tfc

Specializing in:
Siding ~ storm gutters ~tile
window/doors & more
You'll LOVE our PRICES
I guarantee it!
Fill dirt ~ Millings ~ Slag
Concrete washout
Land clearing ~ Fish ponds
Road built
Houses/buildings demo ~ In-
ground pools demo
904-445-8836 days
904-653-2493 evenings
Custom Homes
Residential & Commercial
New construction Framing
Remodeling Additions
545-8316 cell
Keith Muse, owner
Design / Build
Your plan's or our plans
Bentley Rhoden -

We build in-ground pools
We sell and install
DOUGHBOY above-ground pools
Service Renovations Cleaning
Repairs Chemicals Parts
698-E West Macclenny Ave.
(next to Raynor's Pharmacy)
Spring & Summer hours:
Monday Friday
10:00 am 6:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am 5:00 pm

(CPC 053903)
2" & 4" rock wells
Shallow wells ~ Irrigat
Pump service

Macclenny, FL.
Free estimates Free tc
on all repairs



Heating* Air Electrical service
Licensed and Insured,

S 259-0893
Lic. #ET11000707,
Lic. #RA13067193,
Lic. #RA13067194


Trimming ~ Tree removal
Affordable rates
Free estimates
Licsensed & Insured

7/6-13p Garbage pickup for Baker County
Roll off Dumpsters

NS 259-5692
Kent Kirkland, Owner/Operator



Culverts Installed
Tim Johnson 6/ltfc

NHC, FHIA & NACHI Certified
Serving North Florida and
South Georgia
259-5416 fax
Roofing, Free estimates


Free estimates
No nob to small or to big
Remove dangerous trees near
your home
Licensed & Insured
Locally owned & operated
7 days a week


All types of pest control
Call Eston, Shannon, Bryan,
Bill or Philip
Beverly Monds Owner

Build on your lot or ours
Your plans or ours
Model home in Copper Creek
783-9039 4/6tfc

Air conditioners Heat pumps
Major appliances
24 hour, 7 day emergency ser-
Call Vince Farnesi,



Lawn mowing ~ Tractor work
Clean-up ~ Hauling

Engineered trusses for your new
Home Barn Shed Etc.
Free estimates



Commercial Residential
New construction Service


Tires Rims Exhaust
Buckshot Goodyear Michelin
Nitto BOSS Eagle MSR
.Custom exhaust Flowmaster
Turbo, Glaspaks

11/16tfc Call today.for the best price!

259-1393 10/6tfc

904-259-2255 259-8700
014 3/14tfc CCC046197 5/27tfc

Complete site & underground
utility contractor, Land clearing
We sell dirt & slag
Hourly rate available on:
grader, dozer & trackhoe work
Mitch Canaday, Jr.



Well drilling
Water conditioning purification
New septic systems
Drain field repairs
We're your water experts
Celebrating our 29th year
in business. Credit cards gladly
Fully licensed & insured
Florida & Georgia tfc
So many options!
See our catalogs at
The Office Mart,
110 South 5th Street
259-3737 tfc

Custom house plans
to your specifications
Qualified Good references
Oils, acrylics, watercolors,
canvases, drawing pads
& much more!
110 South Fifth Street
259-3737 tfc

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

$P CAC1813701 4)

9/9tfc Lic#RRO067433 6/29-12/28D CBC060


10 acres in Sanderson area with well,
septic tank & power pole included.
Owner financing. Call 275-2210.
10 acres, Folsom Trail, restricted to
homes only, cornerlot with private
road, $115,000 OBO. 626-2664.
. .7/20-8/3p
27 acres off US 301 near Bryceville,
$250K. 904-483-7617 or 449-6184.

Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C, no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-
860-4604. 3/17tfc
3 BR & 2 BR mobile homes, no pets,
garbage, .water & mowing provided,
$450-$600/month. 912-843-8118.
New home for rent, 3 BR, 1 BA, tile
flooring.throughout on 1/2 acre lot
in Macclenny, all electric appliances.
$875 security deposit, $875/month.
Please call 259-3343 weekdays
between 9 am-5pm 6/22tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, carpet
& vinyl flooring, living room, kitch-
en, dining room on .50 acre lot in
Sanderson. All electric appliances,
$750 security deposit, $750/month.
Please call between the hours of 9:00
am-5:00 pm, weekdays ONLY. 259-
3343 or 626-8424. 6/1tfc
Doublewide in the country, 3 BR,
2 BA, 1st & last month's rent plus
deposit, references needed. 653-
1656 leave message. 7/20c
3 BR, 2 BA house with detached
garage on 1 acre in Macclenny II,
$1000/month, 1st & last *month's
rent required, no pets. Call 614-4650
leave message.. 7/13-20p
Country charm, 1.1 acres on St.
Mary's River, fish in backyard, 3 BR, 2
BA doublewide,, $750/month, secu-
rity deposit & lease required. 465-
3841. 7/20p

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday. July 20. 2006 Page Six-B
3 BR, 2 BA, $575/month, lawn ser-
vice & garbage pickup included, 1st,
last & $300 deposit. 259-7335.
2 BR SW mobile home, Glen St. Mary,
$150/week, no deposit. 904-910-
5434, beeper 160*132311*2.

2 BR house in Georgia Bend, $750/
month, electric included, $300 depos-
it; 2 BR mobile home in Macclenny,
$450 plus deposit. 912-843-2093 or
904-777-8880. 7/20p
3 BR doublewide; Blackbottom area,
$250/week, no deposit. 904-910-
5434, beeper 160*132311*2.
1 BR, 1 BA, inside city, no pets, $375.
259-5126. 7/20p

September Special. St. Augustine,
1 BR condo, sleeps 4, large heated
pool, $500/week, monthly rates avail-
able. 904-483-7617. 7/20tfc
2 BR, 2 BA condo, ground floor,
pool side, incredible ocean view, St.
Augustine Beach. Call 476-8907 or
505-0083. 7/6-27c

6 door 90x35 garage space, or 1
door 30x35 or 2 door 35x60, excel-
lent for paint & body shop, auto repair
shop or any other commercial use;
office space available. Lots of park-
ing. 1 mile east of Macclenny on US
90. 259-2019 or 813-0935.

Commercial building, 1200 SF, 1
block from courthouse, $650/month,
$650 deposit. 259-4602. 7/13tfc

1981 Peachtree doublewide, 3 Br, 2
BA, recently remodeled, new cabinets,
whirlpool tub, fireplace. 259-2019 or
813-0935. 7/20-27p
24x52 1983 doublewide, 3 BR, 2 BA,
$2900. 472-3327 cell. 7/20p
Must see! 1992 Fleetwood 14x80,
2 BR, 2 BA,'riew carpet, excellent
condition, $12,500. You move.
259-6354. 7/20p

Fall 2006
EMS Instructors: Teach EMT Basic and
Paramedic courses. Must be registered Florida
paramedic with associate degree and two years
field experience. Bachelor degree, teaching
experience and instructor certificate in ACLS,
BTLS, BLS, PEP preferred.
Contact Dr. A. Pallas, Executive Director, Allied
Health Academy
Phone: (386) 754-4487Fax (386) 754-4987
Email: pallasa@laketityce.edu
Patient Care Assistant Program: Part time
Instructor for clinical/lab,200 hours total,
between 9127-11/15. Must have FL RN license
and 2 years recent experience in acute or long
term care. (1 Position $22.00-$25.00/hour
based on degree.)
Practical Nursing Program: Clinical instructor
three days per week between 8/23-12/15. Must
have FL RN license and 2 years recent
experience in acute or long term care. BSN
and teaching experience preferred. (2 Positions
$22.00-25.00/hour based on degree.)
Registered Nursing Program: Clinical faculty
for 20 hours/week fall term (16 weeks). Must
have BSN, FL RN license and 2 years recent
acute/long term care experience. MSN and.
teaching experience preferred. ($23.00-
26.00/hour based on degree.)
LPN to RN Bridge Program: Clinical faculty
for Saturdays 7A-7P between 8/24-12/9
(Gainesville). Strong Medical-Surgical
background preferred. Must have FL RN
license and 2 years recent experience in adult
acute care. BSN required; MSN and
teaching experience preferred. ($23.00-
26.00/hour based on degree.)
NUTRITION (NUR 1192) Instructor: Must
have a Masters Degree in nutrition or related
field with 18 graduate hours in nutrition. (MSN's
are qualified.) Class meets Tuesday evenings
Body Structure and Function (PRN 0080)
Instructor: Must have a BSN in nursing or
health related field with a minimum of 8 hours
coursework in anatomy arid physiology. Class
meets Monday and Wednesday 5:00 PM-
Contact Robbie Carson, Director of Nursing
Phone: (386) 754-430. Fax (386) 754-4904
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There's a reason we're Jacksonville's Largest locally owned homebuilder,
Come see why.
Choose from over 40 floor plans
We build in Duval, Clay, St. 3ohn's, Nassau & Baker Counties
View our floor plans at www.sedaconstruction.com

904-724-7800 Mon-Fri 8-5 pm

Options package valued at
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SEDA is one of the few builders with a dedicated Offsite Division
Specializing in building our plan on yourtot,
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Adjunct Instructors Needed
Fall Term, Beginning August 21, 2006

Physical Science Instructor:
Master's degree with 18 graduate
credit hours in a physical science.
Night section and internet sections
General Biology Instructor: Mas-
ter's degree with 18 graduate credit
hours in biology. Saturday class.
Daytime Preparatory Math In-
structor: Minimum of Bachelor's
College Level Math Instructor:
Master's degree with 18 graduate
credit hours in mathematics Day-
timeNighttime classes.
Contact Paula Cifuentes at (386)
754-4260 or
Email: cifuentesp@lakecitycc.edu
English Instructor: Master's
degree with 18 graduate hours in
English. Contact Holly Smith at
(386)754-4360 or email
LCCC is accredited by the Southern
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Part-Time Reference Librarian
Temporary position providing
reference service and Library
orientation to evening and Saturday
students. Master's in Library
Science from ALA accredited
Salary: $17.00 per hour
College application and transcripts
required. Applications available at
Contact Jim Morris
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386)754-4337; Fax (386)
Email: morrisj@lakecitycc.edu.

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required. Applications available at
LCCC is accredited by the Southern Association
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