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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: October 12, 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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PO BOX 117007 UNIV. FLA.


Paid circulation leader. fT inner of22 state and national awards for journalism excellence in 2006

77th Year, Vol. 25

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Macclenny, Florida 50s

15-year probation

for 'very elaborate'

check kite scheme

A NMacclennm \woman re-
ceixed a very rare 15-\ear proba-
tion on Monday of this %week for
conducting what one iniestiga-
tor terms "a xer elaborate and
brilliant\ executed" check kiting
scheme earlier this year. using
the Clerk of Courts office as a
Cind' Harris, 38. pleaded no
contest in circuit court on Co-
lumbus Day and %was adjudged
guilty of grand theft by Judge
Da\id Giant before he pro-
nounced sentence. He also or-
dered her to repa\ restitution of
$26.694. the bulk of it to CUNA
Medical Group.
Check kiding involves fraud
using several banking outlets.
covering checks writtenn on ac-
counts by mo\ ing deposits ahead
of them and using what is essen-
tially the same pool of moneN.
In this case. the state charged
Ms. Harris used the child-sup-
port division of the clerk's court-
house office to deposit over
1100 checks totaling $810.000
from March through No\ember.
Because it %\as a kite scheme.
the $810.000 nexer existed: it is
simply the sum total of all the
checks written using proceeds is-
sued by the clerk s office.
Ms. Harris used an unspeci-
fied amount of the original seed
mone\ from the insurance com-
pany to purchase household
items and. she told authorities,
to help the son of ex-husband
William Dunn, \\ho is a cancer
Mr. Dunn's statement in the
case file indicates he had "no
clue" about the hoax and kept
up only with his $400 monthly
child-support payments. Addi-
tionally, he affirmed his son has
cancer but has never received
money from his ex-w ife.
The kiting unraveled on No-
vember 14, 2005 when several
checks Ms. Harris handed over to
the child support desk bounced,
and Clerk Al Fraser put a stop-
payment on the check his office
issued to her that equalled the
deposit,- $22,624.27.
Child support payments are
typically brought to the clerk's
office via court orders and it de-
posits them before making pay-
ments to the appropriate party.
Ms. Harris was the proper re-
cipient in this case, and invented
an elaborate story to explain why
she was bringing in money to
be re-issued to her through the
clerk's account.'
Deputy clerk Katie Kennedy
said Ms. Harris initially told her
she would be bringing in numer-
ous checks representing proceeds
of a trust her lawyer established
because Mr. Dunn's family "had.
come into some money."
The checks were noted with
various memo notes like "edu-
cation" and "medical" and the
clerk's office issued checks for
Ms. Harris for the same amounts

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in state prison

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assuming she xas depositing
them into the trust account for
two sons.
She also told Nis. Kennedy
because the trust deposits well
exceeded Mr. Dunn's $400
monthly, the\ would evenntuall
wipe out his obligation.
The hoa\ is outlined in a re-
port by state attorney inmestiga-
tor Roman Alharez. vho has
since retired and been replaced
by Mike Combs of NMacclenm'.
a former BCSO investigator. The
"nuts and bolts" of the opera-
tion impressed an official of the
parole and probation office that
x\ ill super\ ise Ms. Harris for the
next decade and a half.
"The details of this case define
a \en elaborate and brilliantly
executed plan o\er a pronacted
period of time w ith no apparent
concern for those persons w ho
may rely on child support for
basic sustenance." stated Charles
Nis. Harris, in an inter' iew
With investigators, admitted de-
xising the kite scheme but con-
fessed "she didn't intend for it to
escalate like it did."
Assistant State Attorne\ Mel
Bessinger said he initial\ leaned
tow ard a prison term for the de-
fendant. but ultimately agreed to
"We could ha\e pushed harder
for jail but our priniar\ cocern
[after she confesweJ 1 .\as that 1,he
pass this moneN back." said Mr.
Bessinger. adding the rate \ ill be
$200 monthly.
All of the remaining balance
other than that owed to the in-
surance firm resulted from bank
fees. Both Country Federal
Credit Union and its sponsoring
bank Mercantile were involved.
Ms. Harris at one time worked
for Country Federal, and officials
believe that is how she acquired
knowledge of cash movement.
According to court records,
she currently works at the local
The prosecutor said he did not
know the reason for the CUNA
funds, nor was it contained in the
case file.

Press Staff
It may be hard to believe, but
the hobby of scrapbooking has
surpassed golf in popularity in
the United States.
According to the online e-
source Wikipedia, one in four
households has someone play-
ing golf; one in three has some-
one scrapbooking.
Scrapbooking is big busi-
ness. When the popularity of
the hobby began to rise during
the 1990s, multi-level market-
ing promoted the craze to the
level of a multi-billion dollar
industry through specialty sup-
ply stores, magazines, classes,
conventions and now, infomer-
cials and CD Rom software.
The recently published book
The Scrapbook In American Life
is the first book about the his-
tory and practice of keeping a
scrapbook. Writer/director Wes
Thompsen, who views scrap-
booking as "America's fastest
growing pastime" has written
and directed a documentary
about the phenomenon. There
is even a national scrapbook
"Scrappers" as the industry

Two faalities added to '06 total during the week

Baker Count 's eighth and'
ninth traffic fatalities of 2006 oc-
curred a week apart and include
an elderlI man \ ho struck an-
other vehicle head-on the morn-
ing of October 10 and a motor-
cyclist who failed to negotiate a
curve on October 3.
How ard L. Hunter, 80, of Glen
St. Mary died at Fraser Hospital
shortly after the 6:50 am accident
. this- week:on CR 23Ajust south'
of CR 23B north of Macclenny.

The Florida Highway Patrol
says Mr.' Hunter %\ as northbound
in a 1995 Chevrolet pickup that
veered into the southbound lane
and struck a 2003 Saturn driven
by Jennifer L. Lewis, 31, of Mac-
Trooper H.J. Cichoski Jr. said
the pickup struck the left front of
the Saturn and Mr. Hunter likely
hit the collapsing steering wheel.
His air bag deployed. but he was-
not wearing a seat belt.

Ms. Lewis, who is seven
months pregnant, w\as strapped
in and her injuries were listed as:
minor. She \ as taken to Shands
Jackson\ ille as a precaution.
Her 3-\ ear-old son James w\ as
in a child restraint seat and was
not injured.
The late afternoon of October
3, Michael S. Martin died when,
his speeding motorcycle %went
out of control on Odis Yarbrough
Road just east of CR 125 and

struck a sign. -
Trooper K.M. Boarright Jr.
said Mr. Martin was westbound
at 5:25 "when the accident hap-
pened, and both he and the 2006
Suzuki came to rest on the north
shoulder. He was wearing a hel-
The sharp curve on that stretch
has been the scene of multiple
accidents. one of them fatal, in
recent years.

calls people who practice the
hobby, frequently get together
for "crops" or scrapbooking
classes or sessions. They gather
at scrapbooking supply stores,
each other's homes and com-
munity centers. They attend
workshops, retreats and for the
very serious scrapper, national
and international conventions
in exotic locals such as New
Megacropolis, a scrapbook-
ing supply store in downtown
Macclenny, holds scrapbook-
ing classes and carries a large
variety of scrapbooking and
paper craft supplies. In the eve-
ning, it isn't uncommon to pass
the store's festively decorated
windows and see a class of
enthusiastic scrappers cropping
away at large tables. At these
gatherings, scrappers share tips
and ideas, develop new themes
and critique each other's page
For Barbara Blackshear and
her sister Carrie Dopson, both
Macclenny residents, scrap-
booking is a frequent family
activity that is turning into a
tradition. The sisters meet every
Friday evening at the poolhouse
in their mother's backyard

Friends and family gather at Joann Lambright's pool house for the popular Friday night crop session to work on their on-going
scrapbook projects. From left: Carrie Dopson, Joann Lambright, Connie Snell, Janet Harvin and Jennifer Hite.
Photo by Kelley Lannigan

where a scrapbooking 'station'
has been set up. Family mem-
bers and friends also passionate
about the hobby often show up
to work on their scrapbooks.

Ms. Blackshear has devoted
an entire book to a memorable
family visit to Niagara Falls.
Ms. Dopson creates scrapbooks
for each of her children and

documents their growth, activi-
ties and achievements on an on-
going basis.

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BAmRCOLNT embargo movies

PRESS with 'Dirty Harry

2 *If global terrorism isn't enough
44..4 Soutii.. ..St. to worry about, Korean madman SIDE OF
--f32063 Kim Jong II announced that the '
.262400 Communist dictatorship has suc- HEM ATTER
S-" ... .. cessfully tested a nuclear weapon. THE TTER
Pre .,pWeblieMC.h I immediately found the closest RTGER ARD
--by' er County Press, .Inc. school desk and crawled under it. BERT
ste pgo ur&er pemrit Years of duck-and-cover practice
v', 'at 0'tsfdcie fi' in elementary school is paying off.
That's just swell.
I. don't think that I could have picked a worse person to have a nu-
A... clear % weapon than Kim. Okay, maybe Paris Hilton, but the celebrity
S. RAT '00 ; heiress part girl would already have used up her stock ofhydrogen
Sr bombs nuking Lindsey Lohan into the Stone Age.
s of. rl- '- H.Kim Jong Ihas the bomb. Here's a gy \ ho is'a certified wacko.
o e duty outside's He hates the United States. but he absolutely loves Clint Eastw ood
a sttde ts liing outside. e\ ioes and Walker Texas Ranger. I can see him now, dressed in a
R IMt O serd address poncho and a cowboy hat with that little cigar hanging out of his
l! R tyPiws '. mouth, pushing the button down and saying "Go ahead, make my
326 ,' "'.:, day,", in Korean as missiles are flying toward Seoul and Japan.
I've worried about this guy for years. When President Bush in-
JAMES C. MMGAULEY vadediraq in 2002, I muttered. "Hey, you're going the w wrong way."
Publisher/Editor Saddam didn t have an\ nuclear weapons. In fact, he didn't have any
weapons of mass destruction.
SNEWS/FEATURES- Kelley Lannigan r Oh, well.
ADVERTISING/PRODUCTION .So what will the US and. e6r allies do? A whole lot of nothing,
Jessica Prevatt probably. We've already hit North Korea with sanction after sanc-
tion. The onh thing left to embargo are Clint East wood mo' ies and
GRAPHICS lWalker Texas Ranger episodes.
Josh Blackmorn That's not a bad idea. If there was a military option considered,
FEATURES'COMMENT I'd say it would have to include Clint Eastwood and Chuck Nor-
Robert Gerard' ris. Have Clint reprise his role as the grizzled gunnerN sergeant in
Heartbreak Ridge and Chuck could dress up like the guy he played
COMMENT -Cheryl R. Pingel in Delta Force. "
BUSINESS MANAGER Kann Thomas Kim would run for the hills when he saw that dynamic duo com-
C D SToo bad there aren't an' Israelis in the area. We know how the.
Barbara Blackshear would handle the situation. The same wa) theN handled it in the 1970s
when Saddam tried to cook up a nuke. A flight of Israeli jets turned
CONTACT US- his reactor into a parking lot.
Phne 2....... The president nmi ht be worried, but his,handlei Karl 1Rove is prob-,
SPhone -.904/259-240,- i ilh licki Final *str nock '.tik 't.' off of
Fax 904/259-65 02 : and '. .
Probably not for long. though. NucleAr weapons in the hands of
SEmail bcpress@nefcom.net. a crazed madman just aren't as atractive to the news media as sala-
Mail P0 Box 598 cious e-mails and text messages.
Mal- Foley'. \ho resigned his Florida congressional seat when it was
104 South 5th St disco ered he \\as sending inappropriate e-mails to underage boys in
the Congressional Page program, is now without a job. It won't will
Macclenny, FL 32063 be long before he turns up on Montel orJerry'Springer in an episode
Swww.bakercountypress.com called Congressional Pages and tht Politicians Who Love Them.
Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh tried to defend him
by stating that nothing had been proven. True. Like that will stop a
This newspaper is printed on shark \ hen there's blood in the w ater. Like that would stop Rush if
recycled paper, the political tables were turned.
I: Hey Rush. remember the early day s of the Monica Lewinski scan-
S mission Deadlines dal %when you were calling for Bill Clinton's head on a platter?
l Submission Deadlines e N favorite political humorist, Andy Borow~itz of www.borowit-
All news and advertising must be zreport.com. wrote the best column on the Foley scandal. Borowitz
submitted to the newspaper office 'claimed "in a stunning development that could radically alter the po-
prior to 5:00 p.m. on the Monday litical landscape of the upcoming midterm elections, singer Michael
.Jackson announced he would run for the seat vacated by former Rep.
prior to publication, unless otherwise Mark FoleN."
noted or arranged. Material received Boro1s itz later went on to say that Jackson., "considered weird and
after this time will not be guaranteed maybe even a freak," in the outside w world. would be perfectly nor-,
for publication. It is requested that mal in Congress. Anybody \who can simultaneously kiss a baby while
t dangling it from a hotel \\indow\ has mad skills and should do well
all news items be typed to insure in politics.
accuracy in print. I've had it with politics and politicians. Since I can't find a desk.
big enough to hide under, I'm thinking of living in a cave in Idaho
Social Notice Deadlines and eating canned peaches and sardines until this all blows over.
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School violence more a

whatgoes on outside t
Here %'e go again.
Another school gets. shot IM lUJNS
up, this one in of all places
-Lancaster County, Pa. the JIM McGAULEY
Vatican of Amish Country, so to -- ------
speak. stay pretty busy keeping law and
Government agencies react order is a bit disturbing. Still,
\ ith predictable shock and the they are there close by in case
politicians ask us all how can someone turns loose with the
this happen. firearms and sprays the cafeteria
Here in Baker County, law .ith lead.'
enforcement and school officials What could have been another
got together to assure the public case of blood-soaked classroom
the.\ ha\ e a plan in case a crisis floors almost occurred earlier
like Columbine happens here.% this eek in Joplin, Mo.
' ".'q"'." skeptial the officials. The.superintendent there said
%I4\'t 8the flood of phfine on television and I paraphrase.).,z
calls the\ claim in the wake of 'If something like this can hap-
the Amish massacre. They may pen in Joplin, it can happen any-
have had a few, but it's no reach where."
to say the rest of us were think- Exactly.
ing about it. If some nutbag wants to man-
All American communities ufacture a disaster at a school, at
know there's a possibility school a sporting event or a movie the-'
shootings can happen where ater, it can be done.
they live. My concern is there are more
The formula for disaster kooks out there, the disaffected
already exists: nut-case students who see violence as a state-
or adults who seethe with anger ment. They may have a political
;at imagined enemies, access to or a religious cause like suicide
firearms and the concentration bombers, but I don't think it's an
of even bod 's precious corn- absolute necessity.
modity, their children, in a cen- Things like this can happen in
trial area. 2006 just because, well, the peo-
We've now got fences sur- ple willing to make them happen
rounding our campuses and decide they want to.
security rules to discourage One can argue they are influ-
anyone entering who does not enced by movies, songs and the
belong there (like parents No!, culture to seek violent methods
just joking). to make themselves heard.
We've got cops on campus Possibly, but some don't
in the. secondary and near-sec- need outside influences to show
ondary levels, and the fact they them how to do something like

Title of Publication: The Baker County Press
Puhlisluiin weekly each ThiursdaNy, 52 issues annuldlly
5210 )iL aIJnu.il iubiul '.in ,.1ii in Baker CountN, '25J.00 annudly out of Baker County
L'omlipife ,,.hinuh /it. a s. s hiof O' n ,.jinfiie .LC punticanon-i pathi. ',an'i N
P.O Box 59.R 104 South 5th Sreet, LPS'I-2N0
Nlacclenny. 1- 32063; a, ti/,,_:
geneil business offices address the stone. Sep -iilr .

-Ftii iai,..i- & icimpleti ,i.ine addi Es qt Publshher and .Mainging Editor:
James C. McGauley, PC B...x 598. 104 S.uth 5[h Street. Mactclnny. FL. 32063.
Fiil anirtt 6. ,. ',iipli.,c I.t,Ilnig idlite. s .' i'dil 'ir. SAM E
Oin'er Baker Counti Press. Inc.. a Florida corporation % holly owned byi
James C. McGaulev I, same aiddrebs as above
Kq',ll In ii.: ihl,-ers, ii',weSiees ai oiir s'uritv i ldcr.i owning or hoh/idg /ne
p&I O enl i.r inr,-"' .'q iail ,nn1'wtl iq b, ,nid, iwortgigs ni other .ewini Is None.
Issue date for circulation data below: September 28.2006
Extent & nature of circulation Average No. Copies No. Copies of Single
Each Issues During Issue Published
Preceding 12 Months Nearest to Filing Dale
Torln (, 1 :) IM ,i, r r:.' mM .. 5451) .. 5501.
Paa'I;la .1 .uI'i: eOl'Jr'tv i. u nucriinow.,n, 36036 .. 363
P.a, i u- l : r i ,:, i ,.- 460 .i4
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itr,: ..l -. ri. T Tiilid iri'jrghi [ieu- LI" 0 0i
TOTAL PAID AND/OP REQUESTED CIRCULATION................5220.................5265
Fr mii lxainvriun t i i n ut ia.:oirijny' ,9 31
fr-ir dl iiuT:,1' i T l. l r .rJ li-; :rPS/ mi i LIPS 1 0
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TOTAL FREE DIST' IBUTION............. ................... ... 104..................110
TOTAL DISTRIBUTION ..................................... 5025................. 5060
I-..: r.1 aT, riiZliTo 425 .. .. 444 '
TOTAL .............. ............. ......................5450 .................5500
PERCENT PAID ADIOR REQUESTED CIFICULATION............ 96.2' ............... 96.1%"
I ,. 1 trriv ihor lilt ih '."i o',l_ M ti b% m.eabv'i ,' com?, it aintd 2o ,iie.
,,I James C. McGauide, Publisher
Date olt rding: September 29. 2(1)06


e campus
this. All they need is to be nuts
enough and have no system at
work in their lives to restrain the
"dark side."
With the near-certainty there
are those lurking out there quite
capable of pulling off school
-shootings, etc.,'public officials
become paranoid. No one, after
all, wants to be remembered as
the person who didn't do enough
to keep a disaster from happen-
There's little we can do as a
society to %weed out likely can-
didates. They tend to live in the
shadowZ'igiiig off only' inpdi
reel hintg no one puts together
until the worst happens.
You see it all the time.
Neighbors interviewed on tele-
vision saying, "He always kept
to himself. Nice enough, you
know, butI always thought there
was something a bit strange
about him. I couldn't quite put
my finger on it."
We're stuck with terrible
events-like school shootings, I'm
afraid. While most of us func-
tion in groups or subgroups free
of disturbing alienation, it seems
a grow ing number of people
lurk below the surface nurturing
real or imagined slights or over-
whelming guilt.
It's silly, though, to suggest
people are driven to rampages
by factors on campus, as was
proclaimed by some in the land-
mark Columbine case.
What motivates out-of-con-
trol behavior comes from out-
side campuses and from inside
the soul of a person.
That's what makes it tough.

Special greeting
Dear Editor:
Parents and grandparents who
do not have children attending
Macclenny Elementary School
are missing out on a special way
to start off a day.
Teachers open car doors for
children, say "Good Morning" to
them with a great big smile, then
add a "Have a great day" to the
person dropping off the child.
Thank you, teachers, for your
pleasant smiling faces!
Cheryl Shannon

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objective of ...,The-.forerunners; of. to- as well, and
scrappers. With days.scrapbookswere called entire families
elaborate detail ocmbonpe ks books .anc. ha\e begun to
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planned and cre- autolgaphs aiFd rapsr .of hair The social and
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Probation violator gets Oyears

Anthony Huff wept in the
courtroom on Monday as Circuit
.Judge David Glant sent him to.
'prison for 10 Nears and 8 months
for severaIl tiess violating pro-,
bation bn a 2001 manslaughter
Mr. Huff, 40, was arrested in
Duval County in late August on
a warrant issued the
previous month. He
had been. on the lam
since 2004 and had
twice been re-instated
on probation by the
court after violating
terms of the original -&
drug-offender proba- i
tion sentence in Octo-
ber, 2002.
Mr. Huff, a con-
struction worker with
addresses in Callahan,
Middleburg and Jack- ""'
sonville, was arrested
for the October, 2001 death of
Ronald G. .Poss of Sanderson
after a fight in the parking lot of
,Pop's Place in east Macclenny.
Mr. Poss died of a head in-

jury from striking the bumper
of a parked vehicle after he was
punched by the defendant.
The decade-plus sentence
wias the hnaximunm OnderFlbfida
setencinig guidelines, antriMr.
Huff's scoring was aggravated
by the fact that he disappeared
for those periods and violated
other terms of the pro-
Before his arrest
here, he had a record
that included exploi-
tation of the elderly
and sale of drugs.
S -,% In other sentenc-
ings by Judge Glant
on October 9 during a
Columbus Day court
i.*' session, another pro-
bation violator got six
years in state prison.
' H,,ft Aaron Fox had been,
placed on probation
for multiple burglaries.
Charles Lauramore will
serve: another five years in prison
after pleading to felony battery
of his wife. He was given a stiff-

er sentence because he had been,
out of prison less than one year
when the latest arrest occurred.
t,* Brandon Stalgegywjll serve
two years, for burglary. battery,r
criminal mischief and trespass.
Michael E. Moore, who
has five DUI convictions, got
30 months in prison on mul-
tiple charges that include resist-
ing arrest, leaving the scene of
a property damage accident and
possession of marijuana and par-
Steven Keith will serve 18
months for possession of cocaine
and resisting arrest without vio-
A similar sentence was or-
dered ini the case of Michael A.
Bennett Jr., whose probation was


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Press staff
The Baker County Code En-
forcement Board decided Octo-
ber 9 it needs more information
before deciding if a Sanderson
fence building business violates
zoning codes for a "home oc-.
cupation," and also if it perhaps.
is operating without proper li-
Several neighbors com-
plained in early July about noise
and obstruction of an easement
by Bennett Fencing. However,
testimony during the code board
hearing indicated a family feud
may also be part of the dispute.
Steve Keaton, the primary com-
plainant, is the former brother-
in-law of Susan Bennett, and
there was an altercation with
another relative leading to the
arrest of both men last week.
Mr. Keaton and another'
neighbor Marianne Kline filed
thle noise complaints. Both tes-
tified at the hearing that con-
struction of fencing goes on
until midnight some evenings.
Before the case is re-heard No-
vember 13, a county inspector
will check the noise emissions,
which attorney James Brolin
said may not exceed 55 decibels
at the property line.
A check will also be made
of whether owner Susan Ben-
nett has acquired proper busi-
ness licenses. The Baker County
'Commission several months
ago rejected her request to build
an office at the 7.5 acre site on
Sunshine Lane in Sanderson.
However, the construction pro-
cess may be permissible on the
agriculture zoned property..
In other actions October 9,
the code board gave Jeffrey Tay-
lor an unusually long 64 days to
finish cleaning up excess debris
around his property on CR 127
in Sanderson. The usual term is
Mr. Taylor indicated friends
have taken advantage of him by
storing item.s,on his property. He.
said he's been working to clear
out several storage shelters. Cur-
rently, he has an 8x24 cubic yard

dumpster full, has been hauling
away truckloads, and still has "a
lot of stuff that can't go to the
dump" and has to be taken to a
commercial metal recycler.
Mr. Taylor will be on the De-
cember 12 agenda, and board
member Scott Anderson warned
him, "If it's not cleaned up by
then, there probably will not be
a further grace period."
Nancy Mann got the standard
30-day grace before fines begin
to accrue to finish cleaning up
debris around her rental prop-
erty on Boyce Road in Glen St.
Mary. She said tenants are re-
sponsible for the accumulation,
and expects it will be only a
couple of weeks before cleanup
is completed.
Jean Hoffman was not on the
agenda, but the board agreed
to hear her comments anyway..
However, she got angry and ex-
ited the meeting "for a smoke"
before stating her request for a
fine waiver or reduction. .; ",
Dave Newell. an acquaintance
of Ms. Hoffman, did make the
request, but was told he is not
a party to the original violation
that led to $415 in fines accrued
before she cleaned up her lots in
Yarborough Sportsman Park and
called for an inspection.
Ms. Hoffman said she did not
receive the original citations and
learned of the board action from
a friend. However, building de-
partment records indicate she
signed for at least one document
prior to the fine being levied.
Both Ms. Hoffman and Mr.
Newell got off track a bit she
said citations should instead be
issued against another neigh-
bor, while he asked for speed
limit signs in the park. He was*
referred to the sheriff's depart-
ment. .
In a final action, Virgil Johns
was given 10 days to finish
skirting lhis mobile home on
Mudlake Road or face fines. Mr.
Johns was not at the hearing, but
code enforcement officer Phil
Thomas said only the rear of the'
trailer remains unskirted.
Mr. Thomas also gave an up-

Carn, was intoxicated

-A carnival worker who
told police he quit his job was
charged the afternoon of October
%with disorderly intoxication af-
tr he was found passed out on
e shoulder of Lowder St. near
t[he former Pineview golf course.
j Charles Benoit, 38, of New
rleans %was visibly intoxicated
'hen questioned by Deputy
,rad Dougherty, who said he
had difficulty awakening the sus-
pect lying about five feet from
le pavement. Mr. Benoit said he
had left the nearby fairgrounds
ad planned to hitchhike on In-
Srstate 10.
He had been working with the
cunival concessionaire at the,
aker County Fair.
Deputy Dougherty also learn-
e a warrant was out for Mr.
Ienoit for failure to appear on.a
shmiiar charge in south Florida.
A crack pipe was found in the

suspect's backpack after he was
taken to jail, and he faces an ad-
ditional count for attempting to
bring in contraband.
In an unrelated arrest, Clell
Potter, 32, of Glen St. Mary was
charged with loitering and tres-
passing on the property of Wil-
liam Adams off Okey Lane near
Glen St. Mary.
Deputy Mike Lagle made the
arrest the morning of October
5 after Mr. Potter attempted to
hide from him. The officer \\as
called to the scene on a suspi-
cious person report, and learned
Mr. Adams had several times
warned the suspect to stay off his
The officer said he saw Mr.
Potter peering into a window
%%hen he approached the address,
and the suspect then attempted to
hide behind a vehicle.

date on Vern Arline's progress
to clean up an old junk yard in
Olustee. "I checked today, and
they 're almost all gone," Mr.
Thomas reported.
In September, Mr. Arline
was given 120 days to get rid of
about 100 old vehicles which he
has for years insisted constitute
an auto parts business.
This marks the code board's
third attempt to force cleanup.
The prior two resulted in liens
for accrued fines, both of which
ran the statutory 180 days. This
time, the board vowed to have
the county clean up the property
and bill Mr. Arline.
Two other cases had come.
into compliance before the hear-
ing:/ -
Charles Goldsmith for five
horses where only three would
be allowed on his three-acre
property on West Madison Road
in Glen St. Mary.
Abe Hodges for skirting a
mobile home on Bill Davis Road
in Glen St. Mary.

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 12, 2006 Page 5

Foot, bike tracks in dirt lead police

to arrestjuveniles

Footprints and bicycle tracks the tracks fol
leading from the area around an Boyce Road.
overturned stolen truck led depu- was spotted oi
ties the morning of October 6 to The older susp
two juvenile males now charged and initially
with grand theft and leaving the of the theft. Pi
scene of an accident. shoes and deti
The 15-year-old suspect is a match for on
charged with stealing a 2000 the dirt roads.
Toyota pickup from the resi- A second
dence of Brince Jones off CR dence, also 15
229 south 6f Sanderson during a suspect beca
the early morning, hours. The .Jacksonville ti
vehicle, along with tools, said but he identify'
by the owner to be worth several pect because i
thousand dollars, was located him about 4:00
about 7:00 am overturned in a Deputies
ditch off Possum Trot Road, two James Parham
miles east of US 90. residence of th
Evidence at the scene sug- who admitted
gested the two kicked their way youth when he
out of the vehicle via the passen- that morning
ger side door. and officers began older boy earli
tracking an abundance of shoe
and bicycle prints leading from
the scene east to John Mann Let Us
Road to Ernie Bryant Road and
CR 229.
Deputy Brad Dougherty said P L

Glen man hit with DUI

An off-duty Baker County,
deputy stopped a Glen St. Mary
man the evening of October 5 af-
ter observing his vehicle several
times cross the center lane of SR
121 near Manning.
William Ray. 47. of Glen St.
Mary was booked for DUI after,
failing a field sobriety test ad-
ministered by Sgt. Adam Fair-
cloth, who said he. got behind
the suspect's northbound 1996
Chevrolet SUV just before 10:00
pm. The driver veered out of his
lane several times before a near
collision with an oncoming log
truck. said Sgt. Faircloth.
Mr. Ra\'s blood-alcohol level
measured .141 and. 125 at county
jail. The state considers any thing
above .08 to be intoxicated. Sev-
en empty beer bottles were found
inside the vehicle.
In another arrest resuldpg
fromerratic driving observed by
a deputy sheriff. Jaleel Ruise. 27,
of Macclenny was charged with

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driving on a license that has been
suspended ten times.
Deputy Randy Davis said he
came up behind the eastbound
Mazda pickup driven by Mr.
Ruise and saw it cross the center
line several times. He noted the
driver and a passenger appeared
to be gesturing in animated con-
He stopped the truck after
it abruptly turned south onto
Smokey Road and Mr. Ruise said
he was arguing with a girlfriend
in the passenger seat.
He was arrested and the ve-
hicle later was towed from the
scene because the 25-year-old
girlfriend, who has an Olustee
address, also has a suspended li-

for theft of truck

lowed a route to
where a bicycle
outside a residence.
>ect was awakened
denied knowledge
police inspected his
ermined they were
ie set of tracks on
male at the. resi-
i, was ruled out as
use he had been in
he previous night,
ed the second sus-
the two awakened
0 am.
Dougherty and
Il then went to the
ie younger suspect.
going with the first
e showed up early
in the truck. The
er tried to talk him

into taking vehicles belonging
to the younger suspect's mother
and her boyfriend.
\The 14-year-old nixed that
idea and the older youth then
said he knew that Mr. Jones left
the keys in hi's vehicle. Shortly
after, he returned in that vehicle
and both suspects headed toward
Possum Trot.
The younger suspect said he
went because he was "bored."
He also described the wreck
on Possum Trot and the walk
In other vehicle thefts, some-
one took a $4000 single-axle
motorcycle trailer from the resi-
dence of William Russell on Pine
Ave. in Macclenny between Sep-
tember 22 and, October 4. The
trailer'also contained tools and
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City approves two

annexations on 228
BY NANCY SZANTO will include a grocery stor
Press staff likely will be more expen
In an 11-minute meeting Oc- than paying Macclenny's c
tober 10 that may have broken paratively low property tax:
a brevity record, the Macclenny The extensions gave CR
Commission approved three an- ening prop
nexations. the opportunity also to tap
Two are related to the Wal- the utility lines. Thus Gary
Mart Supercenter under con- Kathleen Barber, Joe and
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destruction on SR 228 South. The
Store now becomes contiguous
to the city limits, and negotia-
tions are underway for it to an-
nex into Macclenny also.

re, it
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elynl ar er vAO ilu V y.iLLtls.j OUgJLL
to annex. They get a five-year
waiver of city taxes.
In the third annexation, Clau-
dette Crawford cited a failing
well at her home on South River

Wal-Mart is connected to city
wa-ivian is coimeceu LU Circle as the reason she wants t
utilities, and the city has in pre- e as the reason she wants t
-vious instances made automatic be annexed into Maccenny.
annexation a condition to ex- A fourth agenda item wa
I tending water and sewer lines removed, sincehe conmssio
i outside the municipal limits. acted on amending the sign or
'However, that clause was not finance in an earlier special
included in the agreement with meeting. The action allows po
Wal-Mart. The retail giant will litical signs from 30 days pripo
pa a 50% surcharge on utilities to a primary election; they mus
until it agrees to annex. Since the be removed five days after th<
new store, due to open in March, general election or when a can
didate is eliminated.

Strikes pregnant girlfriend,

then kneels on her stomach

Police arrested a boyfriend
who punched a 23 year old Mac-
clenny woman then knelt on her
stomach the evening of October
Brandy Poturich, 23, told
Deputy Ben Anderson she went
to the home of the mother of her
boyfriend David Woolf, 22, on
Stoddard St. in Glen St. Mary
to wake him up. He became en-
raged, punching her and knock-
ing her to the ground.
The victim said Mr. Woolf
was aware of her pregnancy. She
sustained bruising on her face
and legs.
Mr. Woolf was arrested for ag-
gravated battery, a second degree
felony, following an interview.
On October 2, one of two men
involved in a fight in north Mac-
clenny' ended up charged with
aggravated battery for alleged\
cutting his brother x i th a knife.
a John Brown, 31, was treated
at Fraser Hospital that afternoon
for tw o finger lacerations he re-
ceived during an altercation with
Daniel Kent. 30. also of Mac-
' The younger brother report-
x.edly showed up at Mr. Brown's
, residence on North 7th St. to col-
, lect belongings and they argued.
SMr. Brown said the light took
place on his porch: Mr. Kent told
police he was seated in a vehicle
$outside \%hen attacked byN Mr.
Brown, and the wound as self-
m inflicted.
SMr. Brow n's version "\as de-
termined by Deputy James Par-
ham II to be more credible than
those of Mr. Kent and witness
', Ashlei Gibson.
^ A criminal complaint for fel-
k. ony battery N as made October 5
-I: following an attack on a nurse at
, Northeast Florida State Hospital
^ by a patient.
. Enid Yarbrough. 46, of Glen
'- St. Nlary said she \\as giving
medication to Bobb\ Ellis. 35.

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when he arose from a wheelchair
and punched her several times in
the chest.
Ms. Yarbrough was treated for
a fractured sternum and the case
was turned over to the state at-
torney's office, where a decision
will be made on prosecution.

Youth is

arrested at

fair for pot
Baker County sheriff's depu-
ties,made two arrests for misde-
meanor marijuana possession the
past week, including a 16-year-
old Baker High student at the
county fair. \<,1 -K(~. 'C
A young male approached
Deputy Mark Hall just before
midnight on October 6 with the
information that the NMacclennN
suspect w as overheard saN ing he
dropped his "weed" near the me-
chanical bull.
The officer questioned the
suspect based on a description.
and the bo\ produced a cigarette
pack containing both a rolled
marijuana cigarette and a plastic
baggie w ith a small amount.
The afternoon of October 8.
Deputy Brad Dougherty briefly
chased a 1991 Honda through
the O\ens Acres neighborhood
in northwest Macclenn. before
arresting the driver. 19-year-old
Joshua Waltman.
Mr. Waltman produced a bag-
gie of pot and a glass smoking
pipe after he was stopped. Depu-
t\ Dougherty said he first noticed
the Honda earlier that afternoon
parked beside Mac's Liquors on
US 90. whichh is closed on Sun-
He spotted it again about 4:17
\estbound on 90. and followed
it north into Owens Acres. The
driver attempted to elude the of-
ficer, including a high-speed run
on Jacqueline Circle where chil-
dren \ere playing in the road.
Mr Waltman's 29-\ear-old fe-
male passenger w ith a St. George.
Ga. address %was not charged.

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Agencies: have school violence plan

Press Staff
In the wake of three highly
publicized incidents of vio-
lence in the nation's public
schools in recent weeks, School
Superintendent Paula Barton
and Sheriff Joey Dobson called
for a special meeting October 9.
School administrators and
emergency response person-
nel met to address the county's
preparedness status for such an
event in the district's schools.
The main purpose of the
meeting, according to Ms.
Barton, was to insure schools
and the emergency response
entities were 'on the same page'
regarding emergency protocols
to deal with potential violence
The sheriff's department,
reported an increase over the last
week in calls from citizens high-
ly concerned about the county's
readiness to respond to potential
crisis situations in Baker County
"I've also received numerous
calls since the shootings at the
Amish school in Pennsylvania
from fathers, mothers, grandpar-
ents, aunts and uncles of chil-
dren," said Ms. Barton. "They
wanted assurance that we were
prepared and we are. It will be a
widespread team effort."
According to Ms. Barton and
Sheriff Dobson, response plans
are already formulated and in

place among the schools, local*
law enforcement, city and coun-
ty fire departments and related
emergency response services.
"I want the citizens to know
that we (the sheriff's depart-
ment) have been taking care of
business," Sheriff Dobson said.
"We aren't just sitting on our
hands about this."
Chief Gerald Gonzalez
described how response of local
law enforcement to crisis vio-
lence and hostage situations
regarding schools has changed.
The traditional approach of
securing the perimeters of a
school and waiting for a spe-
cial response team to arrive no
longer exists. All departments
in law enforcement are now
required to undergo training in
response to an act of a shooter
on a school campus.
"The tragedy at Columbine
changed everything," said Chief
Gonzalez. "Public demand now
requires immediate response.
Now, the first three deputies on
the scene must take action."
School administrators
described response drills in'place
in the schools and ho\\ teach-
ers and students are all familiar
with lock-down procedures that
go into effect in the event of a
threat. Even bus drivers have
been trained in how to deal with
assault situations that may take
place on a school bus.
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October 7 & 1
Beginning at 4 p.m.
at the entertainment complex

The winner will receive

a prize!!!

Registration will start at
3:30 p.m. at the
entertainment complex







12664 Mudlake Rd.
Glen St. Mary

You are invited to
worship with us
some Sunday soon!
10:30 am & 6:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 pm

We sing a happy song!

We pray a prayer of faith!

We preach the
word of God!

All in the name of the
Lord Jesus Christ!

You are welcome!

Pastor Jim Baggett
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 12, 2006 Page 7

Republicans receive rural county donation
Terry Kester, Executive Party Director and Catherine Jordan, state chairperson, both of the Florida Republican Par-
ty, present a check for $7,000 to Don Marshall (right), chairman of the Baker County Republican Party at the par-
ty's headquarters in Macclenny October 5. Baker County qualified for a matching three-to-one grant available to ru-
ral counties under the Rural County Initiative. Money is used by the recipient to help with local campaign expenses.

Investigating disappearance of

cash from fast food register tray

A case of missing cash at the
Macclenny Hardee's fast-food
restaurant was reported Octo-
ber 6, and will be assigned to an
investigator for the sheriff's de-
District manager Trudy Jacobs
said a 21-year-old counter em-
ployee violated company policy
by leaving a cash drawer open
in the front area of the store on
South 6th St. She said the drawer
came up $143 short.
The employee admitted leav-
ing the drawer unattended near
food racks for several minutes,
and that she noted the shortage
when she returned. She denied
taking the mone\ and told Dep-
;ut) James Parham III she would
submit to a voice stress analysis
In other reported thefts, a

FBI probe

results in

porn arrest
A 20-year-old Macclenny
man remains in county jail this
week, charged with possession
of pornographic images on his
computer depicting sexual acts
by children under 12 years of
Johnathan A. Ho6\ ell was ar-
rested October 4 at his apartment
on east Ohio on the basis of in-
formation gathered by federal
and state agencies. It is the first
known case of its kind in Baker
Back in February, 2006, an
FBI agent manning a special task
force downloaded two images
transmitted by the defendant, ac-
cording to the arrest affidavit.
Using an Internet Provider
address, Agent Jeff Elliot of the
Oklahoma City office traced the
computer to Macclenny, and sub-
sequently learned via a subpoena
it was registered to Mr. Howell.
It passed the information on to
the Jacksonville FBI office.

$200 air conditioner and a televi-
sion valued at $100 were taken
from a residence off Pine Oaks
Circle in Macclenny sometime
during September.
Owner Gwendolyn Walls told
police a 44-year-old male who
had been living there was re-
sponsible, but he denied it later
when located by police.
The man did return a vehicle
that had been lent to him by Ms..
Amie McCune of Sanderson
reported October 5 the theft of
a purse with $15, credit cards,
a prescription drug and identifi-
cation inside. The purse was in
a vehicle parked at CUz's One-
Stop in Sanderson at the tune.
A $300 metal door was pried
to gain entry to a residence un-
dergoing renovation off Griss-
holm St. in west Macclenny be-
tween September 20-October 4.
Power was turned off and a
component of an air conditioner
taken. The property is owned by

Todd Ferreira of Macclenny.
A surveillance video may
reveal the identity of a sandy-
haired white male who entered
the Exxon Store on US 90 and
Lowder in Macclenny the eve-
ning of Oct6ber 7 and ran out
with a 12-pack of beer.
A witness said he hopped into
a diesel Ford truck containing
another male.
GOP meeting
The monthly meeting of the
Baker County Republican Party
will begin at 7:00 pm on Thurs-
day, October 12 at the Republi-
can headquarters. 24 South Col-
lKge St. in NIacclenn. ,
All local Republicans are m-
vited. For more information, call
Jolene Marshall at 259-9672.
Adetsn Dedln



A pair of local men were ar-
rested on third degree felony
charges for allegedly shooting
off Roman candles from a mov-
ing pickup truck the afternoon of
October 6.
Kenneth Gainey, 19, of Sand-
erson was at the wheel of the
pickup when it was stopped on
CR 23C north of Macclenny
that afternoon following a report
called into sheriff's dispatch. The
dark Toyota was earlier seen dis-
charging fireworks on Lowder in
west Macclenny.
Mr. Gainey, when questioned
by Deputy Brad Dougherty, ad-
mitted he and passenger Eric
Canaday, 23, of Macclenny had
been firing off the candles. They
said they were unaware one of
them caused a small brush fire
that was quickly extinguished.
They are charged with tossing
deadly missiles from the vehicle
and possessing explosives.
In other criminal, mischief
cases recently, a $1000 soft drink
machine belonging to Pepsi-Cola
was heavily damaged on South
,6th sometime between October
2-4. Several similar incidents
have occurred in the Macclenny
area the past month.
Mail was removed and scat-
tered from two roadside boxes
on Mulberry St. in Macclenny
on October 3.
Don Howell said mail was
scattered near the base of the
box, and Halloween decorations

Amy Coleman reported mail
taken from the box in front of her
residence to the east, and that the
pieces were ripped apart, includ-
ing one with a check inside.
It is a federal offense to tamper
with mail that has been placed in
a box.

Small farm


October 14
The North Florida Alternative
Agricultural Enterprises con-
ference will be held Saturday,
October 14 at the Clay County
Extension Office on SR16 in
Green Cove Springs from 8:30
am 3:30 pm.
Topics include complying
with the Green Belt ag exemp-
tion, the University of Florida's
small farm program, marketing,
small farm lending and resource
options, sustainable fruit crops in
northeast Florida, small farm ir-
rigation systems and other areas
of interest to the smaller-scale
For additional information,
registration or a copy of the pro-
gram agenda, call the county
Extension Office at 259-3520 or
visit our website at: http://baker.
ifas.ufl.edu. Registration is $10,
which includes lunch and all pro-
gram handouts.


Monday & Thursday at 8:00 pm

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The Republican Women of
Baker, Inc. brings
Katherine Harris,
U.S. Senate Candidate,
back to Baker for the fair.
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Katherine Harris, the
candidate who fights for
family and traditional val-
ues, tax cuts for working
families, capping the ris-
ing health care costs, and
fights for immigration and
securing our borders, will
be at the Baker County
Fair on Saturday, October
14, from 5:00 pm,- 6:00
Katherine will be meeting
and greeting people. Kath-
erine is presently a U.S.
Congresswoman and is a
past State Senator and
Secretary of State for
Florida. Let us all come
out to give her the warm
Baker County welcome.
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 12, 2006 P

AMr Coyle and Als. S nuillood

Miss Conner and Mr. Ellis

October 21 vows
Timmy Ellis and Jeannie Con-
ner are happy to announce their
upcoming wedding on Saturday,
October 21, 2006 at Christian
Fellowship Temple. All family
and friends are cordially invited.
Miss Conner is the daughter of
Lawton Conner and Donna Con-
ner both. of Glen St. Mary. Mr.
Ellis is the son of Pat McNeal of
Glen St. Mary and Jimmy Ellis
of Bryceville

Thomuis Johnson
Joh. b haveson
Carrie and Bruce Johnson of
Glen St. NMary are pleased to an-
nounce the birth of son Thomas
Bryant Johnson on July 30,2006
at St. Vincent's Medical Center.
He weighed four pounds three
ounces and was 16 inches long.
Thomas joins brothers Jamie
and Joseph. His grandparents are
Thomas and Patricia Bryant of

Dav id James Rstd HohiI


born September 21
Destini and Mackenzie happi-.
Slywelcome their ne" babybroth-
er. Da\ id James Reed Hollar.
David was born September 21,
2006 at St. Vincent's Hospital.
Proud parents are Britton and
Mindy Hollar of Macclenny.
Paternal grandparents are:
Robin Ingram of Macclenny, the
late Carl Thompson and great
grandparents Carl and Wilma
Thompson of North Carolina.
Maternal grandparents are Joann
Skelton of Macclenny and the
late, James Skelton and David

Reunion Oct. 14
The family of the late Albert
'"Bertie" Davis and Peal Rauler-
son %will hold the annual reunion
on October 14 at the Sanderson
Community Center. Lunch is be-
ing provided, and will be served
at 1:00 pm. Everyone is asked to
bring a dessert.

Cancer support ,
The Baker County Cancer
Support Group will meet on
Thursday, October 5 at the Baker
County Health Department meet-
ing room starting at 7:00 pm.
The group meets on the first
Thursday of each month to assist
cancer patients and their care-
givers. For more information,
please contact Mag McGauley,

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Coming soon bakercountypress.com

To wed Saturday.
Zac and Shirle) Smallwood
of Macclenny are pleased to an-
nounce the upcoming marriage
of daughter Shannon Jean to
William Robert Coyle of Jack-
sonville. He is the son of Bill and
Darris Coyle of Chicago, IL.
The wedding will be Satur-
day, October 14 at 12:00 pm at
the home of the bride's parents.
A reception luncheon will fol-
The couple \\ ill reside in Jack-
sonville after their honeymoon to
St. Simon's Island.

Ai' and iMrs. Padgen


wedding Oct. 3
Aubrey White of Glen St.
Mary 'and Brad Padgett of
Macclenny were married on
October 3, 2006. Aubrey is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell
Smith of Glen St. Marn and Brad
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E.L.,
Padgett of Macclenny. After a
honeymoon to St. Augustine,
the couple will reside in Glen
-St. Mary.

Classic cruise-in
It's time for a cruise-in with
friends. All classic, antique and
hot rods and their owners are in-
vited to the Wal-Mart parking lot
at 6:00 pin this Saturday, October
14th. The public is welcome.

",Macdenny Amoco"

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Marlboro Menthol Light 100s
Marlboro Menthol 72
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Camel Full Flavor
Camel 99 Camel Turkish

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$19.99 carton
$2.99 carton

S OVADD, MIMA &TiUCKR J At the corner, of US 90 & SR121
DADD, MMA & TUCER Sunday 7 am 9 pmMon.-Sat. 6am -10 pm

Dr. George Weeks and staff
celebrated the retirement of
long time scheduling

at Tucker's Restaurant in the 'w I
historic Blanche Hotel in
Lake City.

Mrs. Hall leaves the dental
practice after 18 years of

Pictured here are Dr. Weeks, Mrs.
Hall, Vickie Padgett, Chris Johns.
Barbara Waters, Catie Griffis, Kaci
Tetstone, Ronda Brown, and
Debbie Purvis.
.. . .



re-runs at

high school

"Oklahoma! Where the wind
comes sweepin'down the plain..."
The opening chorus of Rodg-
ers and Hammerstein's musical,
Oklahoma! is one of the most
memorable in musical theatre.
The BCHS ;drama department
will present the musical Thurs-
day and Saturday at 7:30 pm and
Sunday at 2 pm. All tickets are
Oklahoma has comedy, mem-
orable songs, action, big dance
numbers and enough going on to
make it fun for the whole fam-
The play is essentially a love
story that takes place in Oklaho-
ma Indian Territory in the early
years of the 20th, Centur). The
territory is poised to become a
state and its residents are excited
at the prospect.
But cowboy Curly McClain
is more interested in winning
the heart of pretty Laure\ Wil-
liams and keeping her out of the
clutches of the evil Jud Fr\. Jud
will stoop to anything, includ-
ing murder, to steal Laurey from
The show is full of great
songs like, Oh, W7iat a Beautifid
'Aforning, Surrey \iith the Ft inge
on Top, People Will Say We're in
Love, I'm Just a Girl Who Can't
Say No, and the title,song,. Okla-

for the week of
October 16-20
MONDAY: Cheesy Mac casserole,
peas, steamed apples, cole slaw, bread and
TUESDAY: Chicken & dumplings,
*pole ,beans, California blend, banana,
bread and milk.
WEDNESDAY: BBQ, green beans,
potato salad, stewed apples, bread and
THURSDAY: Roast turkey w "gra%,
scalloped pontoe. pe.'le beirn. pcichie,
bread and milk:
FRIDAY: Meadoaf, rice w/steamed
tomatoes, peas, apple sauce, bread and
FRIDAY: Hot dogs, baked beans,
cole slaw, spiced pears, bread and milk.


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of Oklahoma.

Senior Dylan Gerard is Curly
and freshman Sarah Davis is
Laury. BCHS drama Hall ,of
Fame \\ inner Joshua Blackmon
is Jud Fry. Trey Orberg and April
Anderson are the comic charac-
ters, Will Parker and Ado Annie.
Garren Lucas is Ali Hakim and
Sarah Nicholi is Aunt Eller.
Other principal actors include
Richard Moore. Spencer Nor-
man-Gerard. Gil Ravan. Gentri
Billotte, Ray Hester, TJ Wash-
burn, Staci Allen. Erika Kosier,
Alex Gotay. Sarah Swartz, Jacob

Cranford, Seann Combs, Mela-
nee Boyd, Taylor Hartley, Jamie
Buford, Ashle\ Bryant, and Kai-
Stlyn Stephens.
Tiffany Armoreda and Alex
Gotay painted the scenery, Jere-
my Beasley is running the lights,
Bubba Register the sound. Bran-
don Lucas is prop master, and
Ashle\ Barrett is on curtain.

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 12. 2006 Page 9

Baker County Fair home arts winners Fall Festival

Artwork & creative
Best of Show Ben Baker.
Best of Class Ben Baker.
Diana Chance, Carol Moore,
Doyle Moore.
Blue Ribbon Adams' &
Hite's 2nd Grade Classes (38),
Steve Alexander, Ben Baker,
Ashley Belcher, BobbN Brittin,
Mark Bryant (7), Diana Chance
(3), Ricky Cox (2), Trilby Crew s
(2), Callie Elledge (3), Ronald
Harrell, Tammy Harvey's 2nd
Grade Class (19), Aaron Hicks,
Robert Mason, Timothy Mason,
Alexandria Moore (2), Braxton
Moore (2), Carol Moore (6),
Doyle Moore (2),, Gabrielle
Moore, Heather Pietro%-wski.
Abby Ray,iCathy Rhoden, Mike
Stackman, Tim Stewart, Ash-
leigh Thick (2), Chelsea Walls.-
Red Ribbon Jasmine Alex-
ander, Stephen Alexander, Tif-
fany Alexander, Peggy Arend,.
Donovan Bryant (3), Mark Bry-
ant (2), Donovan Bryant, Trilby
Crews, Dustin Miller, Carol
Moore, Chris Moore, Gabrielle
Moore, Heather Pierro\vski,
Abby Ray, Ashleigh Thick (2).
Garments, needle-
work & quilting
Best of Show Helen Lind-
Best of Class Christine
Hicks, Lisa Hysler, Helen Lind-
Blue Ribbon Ellen Atkins
(5), Thirza Bremer (7). Lois
Canaday (3), Mary Finley (2),
Tammy Gibbs, Linda Green
(3), Andrea Handte, Christine
Hicks (3), Lisa Hysler, Robin
Ingram (2), Mary'Kelleher (2),
Heleni Lindley (11), Kimberly'
Pietro\ ski (2), Salatha Ringer,
Marilyn Sealey, Donna Starling
(4), Precious Williams, Cherry

Register now

for ACT tes&


College-bound high school
students can take the ACT col-
lege admission exam on Decem-
ber 9, the next national test date.'
The deadline for postmark or
online registration is November
Late registration deadline is
November 16; an additional $19
fee is required.
Students can get registra-
tion materials from high school
counselors or register online at
www.actstudent.org. Free sam-
ple tests are also available from
both counselors and online.
The basic ACT exam in-
cludes four parts: English, read-.
ing, mathematics and science.
An optional writing test 'may
be required or recommended by
many colleges. The basic exam
takes three hours to complete;
an added 30 minutes is needed
for the writing portion.
Registration fee for the basic
ACT is $29, and an additional
$14 for the writing test. 'I


BCHS: SAT test, 7:30 am, Aud. Band con-.
test (TBA). Fast pitch chicken dinner fund-

DISTRICT WIDE: School Board mtg., 6:30
pm. BCHS: Football Booster Club mtg.,
7:0 0 pm, Aud. Volleyball District Tourna-
ment @ Sante Fe. BCMS: Volleyball Play-
offs (TBA). KIS: -Book fair. MES: Pumpkin

BCHS: Volleyball District Tournament @
Santa Fe. BCMS: Football Playoffs vs. Mad-
ison (H), 6:00 pm. KIS: Family at the book
fair, 4:00-8:00 pm, Media Ctr., Book fair.
MES: Pumpkin patch.

BCHS: PSAT (10TH grade), 7:30 am, Aud.
KIS: Book fair. MES: Pumpkin patch.

BCHS: FFA Forestry State contest. Cross
Country (H), 4:30 pm. Underclass year-
book pictures retakes. Volleyball District
Tournament @ Santa Fe. Drama presents
"Oklahoma", 7:30 pm Aud. BCMS: Vol-
leyball Championship (TBA). KIS: Book fair.
MES: Pumpkin patch.

BCHS: FFA Forestry State contest. Drama
presents "Oklahoma, 7:30 pm., Aud. Junior
class fundraiser. KIS: Fall dance, 6:00-8:00
pm., Gym.

Wilson, Kathy Wymer-Lilly (2).
Red Ribbon Thirza Bremer
(6), Vicki Cabler, Lois Canaday,
Trible\ Crews (2), Amber Har-
vill, Bennie Moore (2), Deloris
Morris, Kimberly Pietrowski,
Steve Rhynehardt, Cherry Wil-
son (3), Mary Kelleher, Donna
Starling, Precious-Williams (3).
Canned products/
food preservation
Best of Show Thirza Brem-
Best of Class Ben Baker,
Thirza Bremer, Patty Duncan.
Mary Finley, Melina Ray.
Blue Ribbon Ellen Atkins,
Ben Baker, Thirza Bremer (6),
Lois Canaday (4), Patty Dun-

can (2), Allison Elledge, Callie
Elledge (2), Mary Finley (5),
Anita Gerson, Macclenny Nurs-
ing & Rehab (3), Melina Ray,
Karen Stewart.
Red Ribbon Ellen Atkins
(2), Thirza Bremer (2), Patty
Duncan, Allison Elledge, Cal-
lie Elledge, Autumn Jones. Levi
Jones, Macclenny Nursing &
Rehab, Karen Stewart, Valerie
Baked goods & can-
Best of Show Marsha Ben-
Best of Class Marsha Ben-
nett (2), Caleb Bidell & AshleN
Blue Ribbon Marsha Ben-
nert (2), Caleb Bidell & Ashley
Bryant. Larissa Brannen, B.J.
Brannen, Amber Harvill, Karli
Red Ribbon Ellen Atkins,
Thirza Bremer. Heather Bryant,
Butch Harvill. Jr., Kayla Jeffres,
Sarah Swartz.
4- H Division

for the week of
October 16-20
MONDAY: Breakfast pizza, fruit
juice and milk.
TUESDAY: Sausage biscuit, fruit
juace and nulk
WEDNESDAY: Cereal with multi
grain toast, fruit juice and milk
TIlRSDAY: Breakfast hot pock-
et, fruit juice and milk.
FRIDAY: Pancakes, fruit juice
and milk.
Cold linch plaie or chef salad with
wheat roll or crackers, and dessert
.(when offered) OR
MONDAY: Mexican burrito or
ham & macaroni w/cheese & home-
made wheat roll, seasoned peas, raw
carrots w/dressing, chilled fruit choice
and milk.
TUESDAY: Grilled chicken on
bun or Italian Lasagna w/homemade
wheat roll, lettuce & tomato slices,
tossed salad, pole beans, fruit choice
w/homemade oatmeal cookie and
WEDNESDAY: Taco salad or
beef nuggets, lettuce & tomato slices,
golden corn, homemade wheat roll,
chilled fruit choice and milk.
THURSDAY: Rib patty on bun
or sliced turkey sandwich, whipped
potatoes, mixed oriental vegetables,
fruit choice and milk.
FRIDAY: Vegetable beef soup w/
grilled cheese sandwich or chicken
nuggets w/wheat roll, baked potato
rounds, crispy coleslaw, chilled fruit
choice and milk.

Best of Show Benjamin
Blue Ribbon Benjamin
Hefty (2), Rachel Hefty, Saman-
tha Smart.
Red Ribbon Abigail. Hefty
(4), Benjamin Hefty, Gabe
Hefty (2), Rachel Hefty Ste-
phen Hefty (3).
Table setting & menu
planning contest
Best ofShow & Best Senior.
Table Hannah Trippett and Ca-
rissa Ward.
Best Junior/Intermediate
Table Sarah Whitehead.
Best Elementary Table -
Hannah Wilkerson.
/ Best Adult Table Sherri
* Crawford.

Meeting delayed
Due to conflicts with the
county fair, the Garden Club of
Baker County will hold its Oc-
tober meeting one week late on
SThursday, October 19th at 10:00
am at the Mathis House on the
Glen St. Mary Nursery.
With fall gardens going in
now, Mike Sweat's timnel. pre-
sentation on vegetable gardens is
sure to be interesting and useful.
For more information on this
meeting or joining the Garden
Club, please contact 259-6064.
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October 21
The Baker County Pre-K/
Kindergarten Center invites the
community to the second an-
nual Fall Festival. It will be held
Saturday, October 21, 4:00-7:00
pm at the Baker County Middle
School track.
There will be a costume con-
test for the children, booths with
games, prizes and candy, food
and drink items for sale.



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the holder of the following :enlficate, has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon.
The certificate number and year of issuance, the
description of the property and the names in which
it was assessed are as follows;
Certificate Number: 04-00283
Year of issuance: 2004
Description of property: 28-1 S-21-0143-0002-
0030, Lot 3, Block 2, Timberland Estates, as re-
corded in plat book 3, pages 3 and 4 of the public
records of Baker County, Florida.
Names in which assessed: Philip Joseph Lefe-
bvre, III.
All of said property being in the County of
Baker, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to the law, the property described herein
will be sold to the highest bidder at the front door
of the Baker County Courthouse, 339 E. Macclenny
Ave., Mac':lenrn Florund. on N,:,vember 29 2006 at
11:00a ,. ...
Dated this 20th day or Sepiember. 2006
Al Fraser
Clerk of Court
Baker County, Florida
By Bonnie M. Palleschl
As Deputy Clerk



John Dedmon acting as agent for Richard

Duckworth, Trustee is requesting a vari-

ance to the zoning at lot 8 and the south

30 feet of lot 5 in block 56 of the Town

of Macclenny. The property is currently

zoned Residential Single Family (RS-2)

and located at the corner of 7th Street and

Michigan Ave.

Any support or objections may be heard

at the Zoning Adjustment Board meeting

to be held on October 16, 2006, at 5:00

p.m., at City Hall, 118 E. Macclenny Ave.

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Notice is given that the City of Macclenny
hereby declares it's intent to designate the City
Finance Director position for inclusion in the
Senior Management Service Class of the Florida
Retirement System..
Dated: October 2, 2006
City of Macclenny
118 E. Macclenny Ave.
Macclenny, FL 32063
Human Resources
Baker County Board of Commissioners re-
quests all interested parties to submit ormal
sealed bids for a four (41 inch well and submers-
ible pump to be installed at Jonesville Park.
All bids must be in a sealed envelope with
" Jonesville Park Well" clearly marked on the
outside ol the envelope.
All bids must be submitted to the Baker
County Commission Office, Attention: Sara Little,
55 N. Third SI.. Macclenny, Florida 32063, by
2:00 pm October 18, 2006.



ees. creditors
ugn. under or
ial a Veritted
a.. been liled
serve a copy
a un Frank E
ddrase is dA4

CASE NO.: 02-2
R.H Davic and R.M Oavis
. vs.
SArvelC. Crews, deceased,
Patricia Young Crews, his wife,
Arvel Dale Cre'As. Deanna
Baron airid andia CLrews.
as heirs of the Decdent. State
of Florida Department of
Revenue, et al.
TO Any and all unknown gra3n
and all owrer paniie. claiming by ihro
against ihe esraic.
Monrgage Foreclosure Complaint h
agairl, you andi you are required TO
'o0 your wriner deern' s, if any. TO 1
Maloney. Jr., PA., Attorney, whose at
East Macclenny Avenue Maccdenny. F
904i259-.3155 within Iihrry t101 d
,rsl pudlicanon ot ine notice and
.the 6th day of November, 2006, a
original with the Clerk of this Court
service on Frank E. Maloney, Jr., RA
immediately thereafter; otherwise a d
.entered against you for the relieve
the Complaint er Petition. ,
Witness my hand and seal of this
3rd day of October, 2006.
Registration of Fictitious Na
I the undersigned, being duly sw
'by declare under oath that the names
interested in the business or profess
under the name of Wayne's Tracto
Azalea Dr., Macclenny, FL 32063 a
of the interest of each is as follows:
Ralph Noblitt 100%

d ~.eiy ip l .ar,.2 u 'ritled b'-tor
d ry ol Orlober, 2006

Clerk of Couht
Baker County, Florida
By Donna Stafford
As Deputy Clerk
FILE NO.: 02-2006-CP-044
The administration of the estate of Donald Da-
vid Croft, deceased, File Number 02-2006-CP-044,
is pending in the Circuit Court for Baker County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is
Baker County Courthouse, 339 East Macclenny
Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063. The names
and addresses of the personal representative and
the personal representative's attorney are set forth
All interested persons are required to file with
(1) All claims against the estate and (2) Any
objection by an interested person on whom this
notice was served that challenges the validity of
the will, the qualifications of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or jurisdiction of the court.
All claims and objections not so filed will be
forever barred.

Publication of this Notice has begun on Octo-
ber 12, 2006.

Attorney for personal representative:
R. Daniel Noey, Esq. I
6054 Minuteman Lane
Jacksonville, FL 32117
(904) 737-3737
Florida Bar No.: 527572

Personal Representative:
Vicki Jones
3644 Buckskin Trail West
Jacksonville, FL
B&C Water Resources LLC, One Concourse
Pkwy. NE, Atlanta, Ga 30328, application
#107466. The applicant proposes to withdraw
.001 million gallons per day of ground water for
household use. The withdrawals used by this
proposed project will consist of ground water
from the Floridan Aquifer via 1 proposed well in
Baker County, located in Section 12, Township
4 South, Range 20 East, known as Broken Gate
Hunt Club Camp #1.
The file containing the above-listed application
is available for Inspection Monday through Friday
except for legal holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
at the St. Johns River Water Management District
Headquarters or the appropriate service center.
Written objections to the application may be made,
but should be filed with (received by) the District
Clerk, 4049 Reid St., Palatka, Florida 32117-1429,
no later than 14 days from the date of publication.
Written objections should identify the objector by
name and address, and fully describe the objection
to the application. Filing a written objection does
not entitle you to a Chapter 120, Florida Statutes,
Administrative Hearing. Only those persons whose
substantial Interests are affected by the application
and who file a petition meeting the requirements
of Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes,
and Chapter 28-106, Florida Administrative Code,
may obtain an Administrative Hearing. All timely
filed objections will be presented to the Board for
consideration in its deliberations on application
prior to the Board taking action on the application.
Gloria Lewis, Director
Division of Permit Data Services
St. Johns River Water Management District

the holder of the following certificate, has filed
said certificate for a tax deed'to be issued thereon.
The certificate number and year of issuance, the
description of the property and the names In which
it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number: 04-00240
Year of issuance: 2004
Description of property: 04-1S-21-0144-0002-
0010, Lot 1, Block 11, Seminole Ridge, a subdivi-
sion, .located in Baker County, Florida, as recorded
in plat book 3, page 5, of the public records of
Baker County, Florida. Containing 7.5 acres more
or less.
Names In which assessed: William and Dena
Graham. .
All of said property being in the County of
Baker, Stare oi Florida.
Unless such ceniicale shall be redeemed ac-
cordinrg to the law ihe property described herein
' will oe sold oa 10 ihe nignesi bidder at ine iront door
of the Baker County Counhouse, 339 E. Macclenny
Ave Macclenni, Florida on November 30 2006,
ai 1 00 am
Dated this 20in day of Septemner. 2006.
SAI Fraser
Clerk of Court
Baker'County, Florida
By: Bonnie M. Palleschi
As Deputy Clerk
CASEMNO.: 02-2006-CA-0150
JOE JONES. JR it alive
and i Jea3d his unknown
spouse, neirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees and all
other persons claiming by,
through, under or against
S him and all other unknown
persons, i Jlive, and i dead,
or noi known to be dead or
ali3e. their unknown ;pouses,
rneirt deviEee grantees
assignees. Ilienors. creditors,
Trustee or otrer persons
claiming ny, ihrougn, under
or against ihe unkn.:wr,

lorida 32063- Defendants.
lays aher ihe NOTICE OF ACTION
on or belote TO: Joe Jones, Jr, if alive, and if dead, his
nd to file the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees, as-
either before -signees, lienors, creditors, trustees and all other
., attorney or persons claiming by, through, under or against
efaulthim, and all other unknown persons, if.alive,
demanded in and if deed. or not known io De dead or alive.
ineir unknown sporusetI heirs devisees. grantees
Court on this assiiqnees. tienor- creators. Iruslees or other
persons claiming by. through. under or against the
unknown persons.
"AL" FRASER YOU ARE NOTIFIED rnal a lawsuit has been
RK OF COURT filed to10 quire title and otr tine bt adverse posses-
: Jamie Crews siuon concerning th, e Iollowing real proert' localed
EPUTY CLERK in Baker County. Florida.
Lot 9 of Block 45, Town of Glen St. Mary,
According to the plal thereof, as record-
ames ed in plat book 1 of the public records of
vorn, do here- Baker County, Florida.
of all persons You are required to serve a copy, of your written
Ion carried on adeenses, ii any to it on Michael S. Drews, Esq.,
ir Work, 433 Plaintiff's Atnorney wnose address is Law Offices
nd the extent of Michael S. Drews, P.A., 8823 San Jose Bou-
levard, Suite 211, Jacksonville, Florida 32217
INTEREST on or beioie Octoner 27, 2006 and file the original
with [he .ier' coi tnis Ouri eirner before service
onr Piiinrp s anorney uor immediately toinereartlet
Ralph Noblitt blherwise a default will be entered against you lor
Signature the reiiet deirandeu in the complain
DATED mis 25 oav ol SepiemDer 2006
Sme .in,; 4th -.. CLERK OF COURT
F EBY. Jamie CreRws

CASE NO.: 2006-CA-91

Washington Mutual Bank f/k/a'
Washington Mutual Bank, FA.
Melba E. Groover, et al,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure dated Septem-
ber 28, 2006 and entered in Case No. 2006-CA-91
of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in
and for Baker County, Florida, wherein Washing-'
ton Mutual Bank, f/k/a Washington Mutual Bank,
F.A., is the Plaintiff and Melba E. Groover; are the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at the front door of the Baker County
Courthouse at 11:00 am on the 24th day of Octo-
ber, 2006, the following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment:
Commence at the Northwest corner of (
the Northeast Quarter, Section 7, Town-
ship 3 South, Range 22 East and run
thence South 02 degrees 02 minutes 34
seconds East along the West line of said
Northeast Quarter, 309.94 feet; thence
South 88 degrees 57 minutes 06 seconds
East, 565.52 feet to the Point of Begin-
ning; thence continue South 88 degrees
57 minutes 06 seconds East, 168.48 feet;
thence South 02 degrees 02 minutes 34
seconds East, 150.00 feet to the North
right of way line of a 50.00 foot road;
thence North 88 degrees 57 minutes 06
seconds West along the North right of
way line, 168.48 feet; thence North 02
degrees 02 minutes 34 seconds West,
150.00 feet to the Point of Beginning.
A/K/A 5919 Acre Road, Macclenny, FL
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, other than the property owner
as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
Witness my hand and the seal of this Court on
September 29, 2006.
AI Fraser
As Clerk, Circuit Court
By: Jamie Crews
As Deputy Clerk
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
P.O. BOX 1120, US 90 WEST
GLEN ST. MARY, FL. 32040-1120
Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (904) 259-6146
The following vehicle will be sold at public
auction October 27, 2006 at 10:00 am, at Higgin-
botham's Towing & Recovery, US 90 West, Glen
St. Mary, FL. 32040.
1991 Oldsmobile
VIN # IGHDT13Z4M2706045
The Baker County District School Board will
hold the following public hearing on Monday, No-
vember 6, 2006, at 6:30 pm in the School Board
District School Board Room of the Baker County
School Board Administration Building, 270 South
Boulevard East, Macclenny, Florida 32063:
2006-07 Five Year Facilities Work Plan.
The documents are available for preview at the
Baker County School Board Office, 392 South Bou-
levard E., Macclenny, Florida 32063 between the
hours of 8:30 am and 4:00 pm, Monday through
The public is invited to attend.


Paula T Barton
Superintendent of Schools

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 12, 2006 Page 10


Mr. Collingwood

dies October 7th
Thomas F (Tommy) Colling-.
wood Jr., 53, of Macclenny died
October, 2006 at Baptist Medi-
cal Center, Jacksonville, follow-
ing a short
illness. He
was a native
of Pennsylv-
vania and
lived in ,

years. He ,
was em- ...
played as an
mHe was Mr. Collingwood
He was
predeceased by father Thomas
Finley Collingwood Sr., sister
Margaret E. Moore, brothers
Glen Harold Collingwood and
Charles Edward Collingwood.
Survivors are wife Mary Eliza-
beth Collingwood of Maclen-
ny; daughter Wendy Colling-
wood of Tampa; sons James E.
"Buddy" Collingwood and Rob-
ert D. "R.D." Colling wood of
Macclenny; mother Mary Smith
(Melvin) of Macclenny; sisters
Mary Jane Wilkerson (Maxie)
and Earla Kay Williams (Rudy)
of Macclenny, Jean Anne Cham-
pion (Allen) of Vail, NC; broth-
ers Rodger L. Collingwood
(Elaine) of Vail, NC., Mark Al-
len Collingwood (Thelma) of
Sanderson, and Danny J. Collin-
gwood (Marleen) of Macclenny:
step-daughters Heather Lee and
Janie Canaday of Macclenny;
step-mother Mable Collingp ood
of Macclenny; step-brother Bill
Bond (Fran) of Jacksonville;
step-sister Phyllis Smith (.Ron-
nie) of Tallahassee; brother-in-
law Eddie Moore of Macclenny;
nine grandchildren. numerous
nieces and nephew s.
A memorial service was held
October 10 at the Macclenny
Holiness Revival Center with
pastor Rev. Tommy Ledford of-
ficiating. Guerry Funeral Home,
Macclenny, was in charge Of ar-

Thanks so much
The family of Lillian Ruise
would like to- thank everyone,
including the Baker Co. Sher-
iff's Dept., Minister Lee, Elder;
Pressley & the New Jerusalem
& Faith Temple family for all
the love, kindness and prayers
shown to us in our time of need.

Family says

thank you
The family of William Sea-
born "Seab" Rhoden thanks
family and friends for all the
beautiful flowers, food, dona-
tions, cards and prayers in our
time of sorrow.
A special thanks to pastors
David and Timmy Thomas and
V. Todd Ferreira and staff for
their wonderful services.

Anne Crawford,

enjoyed outdoors
; Anne Elaine Cra%\ ford. 67. of
Glen St.~Mary died October 10.
2006 at the MacclennN Nursing
and Rehab Center following a
long illness. She was a native of
Winter Haven, FL, the daugh-
ter of the late Francis Marion
Shaw and Mary Louise Hall-
man Shaw, and resided in Baker
County since 1955. She worked
as a home provider for the elder-
ly in their homes, and enjoyed
the outdoors and fishing. She at-
tended the First Baptist Church,
of Gleri St. Mary.
Survivors include husband
George Dwayn Crawford of
Glen St. Mary; daughters Laura
Wilkerson (Wayne) and Erica
Starling,. both ofN Macclernnm.
and, Heather Starling -of Lake
City; sons David Starling (Sal-
ly) and Adam Starling (Carrie),
both of Macclenny; sister Car-
men Coker (David) of Lakeland:
brother Michael Sha\\ iSharon)
of Minnesota; niece Christie
Coker; nephew N atthe\\ Coker;
13 grandchildren and three great
Visitation was held 'Wednes-
day, October 11, 6:00-9:00 pm
at Guerry Funeral Home, Mac-
clenny. The funeral service will
be held at 2:00 pm Thursday,
October 12, at the Madclenny
Primitive Baptist Church with
Elder Da\ id Crawford officiat-
ing. Interment will be ini Oak.
Grove Cemetery. Baker County.

Miss Goodman

rites October 5
:Evalynn Ann-Marie (Doot-
Doot) Goodman, age 1, of Roan
Mountain, Tenn. died September
30, 2006 at her residence. Eval-
ynn v. as born 'in Dansville, NY 10
Lanrr Chris-
topherCraig 9 .
and Jennifer
Marie Gras- i
by Good-
Mr. Craig
is a former V I..
of Baker '
Evalynn -
was e pre- Miss Goodman
ceded in
death by her paternal grandfather
Richard K. Goodman, and great
grandparents Ruth and Cecil
Hubbard and Richard and Alice
Survivors in addition to her
parents are brothers Elijah, Ja-
cob and Devin Goodman; sister
Megan Noel Goodman; paternal
grandmother Evalynn P. Colling-
wood of Florida; maternal grand-
parents Michael and Kathy Gras-
by; great-grandparents Lloyd
and Eunice Grasby; great-great-
grandmother Orpha Grasby, all
of New York; a great-aunt, aunts,
uncles and cousins.
The funeral service was Oc-
tober 5 at Lower Shell Creek
Christian Church with Minis-
ter Gerald Holly officiating. A
graveside service followed at
Ray Cemetery in the Shell Creek

G (Guerry Funeral Home [

Is your favorite funeral director a salesman or a caregiver? Caregivers
are not concerned with selling expensive caskets and expensive burial
vaults. Caregivers make suggestions to keep funeral costs reasonable.

Guerry Funeral Home's reputation was built on caring for your family.


Randy Johnson

services Oct. 11
Randy Lamar Johnson, 35,
of Jacksonville died October
7, 2006 in Middleburg. He was
born May 22, 1971, in Jack-
sonville. Mr. Johnson was em-
ployed with Terry Johnson Con-
struction Company, where he
managed the plumbing division.
He enjoyed hunting, fishing and
bull riding.
Survivors are parents Tex
"Ricky" Jr. arid Helen Patricia
"Pat" Raulerson Johnson; sisters
Adele Pierce (Burt) and Mandy
Davis; grandmother Elizabeth
"Betty" Johnson; nieces and
nephews Brittany, Trish, Clay-
ton. Aaron. Brooke, Jinny, Jamie
and Blake; great niece Madison;
girlfriend Michelle Dunlap; sev-
eral aunts and uncles. Mr. John-
son' also leaves a favorite dog,
TheS funeral service was held
Wednesday, October 11 at 2:00
pm in the chapel of Prestwood
Funeral Home, Baldwin, with
Rev. Arlie Johns of Hilliard
First Assembly of God offici-
ating. Interment was in Oak
Grove .Cemetery. Macclenny.
Pallbearers were Richie Smith,
Edwin Frame, Cla on Davis,
Burt Pierce, Jason Parker and
Nick Beninati. In lieu of flow-
ers, friends may make donations
to the family to offset funeral

RubyLi/ghfoot, 80,

dies on October 9th
Ruby Crews Lightfoot, 80, of
Jacksonville died' on 1 londa3',
October, 9, 2006 at Life Care
Center in Hilliard. She was born
in Macclenny on July 2, 1926
to the late Leander and Nettie
Johns .Crews. She. was raised
in, Macclenny and later moved
to Jacksonville. She was of the
Baptist faith. Mis. Lightfoot
owned and operated school bus-
es for 35 years in Duval Count\.
She loved to go fishing and en-
joyed gardening and tending to
her flowers.
Surviving family members
include son Ralph Edward Wil-
kerson, Sr. (Donna) of Calla-
han; stepson John M. Lightfoot;
brothels Jack" Crews;, F"ailey
Crews and Arlie Crews; sisters
Leila Miller, Edith Greene, Ger-
aldine Newton and Donnie Mae
Smith; grandchildren Ralph
"Bear" Wilkerson Jr., Troy
Wilkerson (Mary), and Chris-
. topher S. Wilkerson; and great
grandson Ryan Corey Wilker-
The funeral service will be
held at 11:00 am on Friday, ,Oc-
tober 13 in the chapel of,V. Todd
Ferreira Funeral Services, Mac-
clenny. Interment will follow
in North Prong Cemetery. The
family will receive friends on
Thursday, October 12 from 6 to
8 pm in the Ferreira Chapel.

Holiness Church
CR 127 N., Sanderson, FL
Sunday School 10:00 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pm
SPastor: Oral E. Lyons f

Shane Martin, 36,

victim ofaccident
Michael "Shane" Martin, 36,
of Macclenny died October 3,
2006 in a motorcycle accident.
He was born December 7, 1969
in Okeechobee, Florida, raised
in Starke,
and bhed ...
in Baker
County for
the last four
years. p He
was a mer- sh a
ber of the .
Free and
Masons in
Starke. He
worked as a

correctional Mr. Martin
officer for W
Union Correctional Institute for
18 years prior to becoming an
EMT. He was an avid fisherman
and hunter.
Mr. Martin was predeceased.
by brother Donald Martin and
brother-in-law Judson Walker.
Survivors incitide Tammn Walk-
er Martin; mother Glenda Mar-
tin-Moore; father Donald W.
Martin; children Joshua Martin,
Wesley Crawford. Alyssa Craw-
ford, Cassie Nlartin and Julie
Ann Martin; grandparents Vera
Suggs,. Iottis Adams, Donald J.
Martin; mother-in-law Glenna
Fraser; father-in-law Wayne
Walker: sister-in-law Tanya
Shadd: nieces Kara Dupree and
Blair Shadd.
I The funeral services was held
October 7, 2006 at Christian
Fellowship Temple with Pas-
tors Timmy and David Thomas
officiating with the Department
of Corrections Honor Guard
serving as pallbearers. V. Todd
Ferreira Funeral Services, Mac-
clenny, was in charge of ar-

Infant Meadows

service Saturday
Jakob Duane Meadows was
born October 5,2006 at 8:23 pm
and died at 9:25 pm.
are parents
We endelI I-V
an'd--Nichole -
1leadoll's of
St. George.
Ga : sis- i.
ter Jessika
.Meado \% s
brothers Ja-
son Burnette
and Joseph i
Harris of Infant Meadows
grandparents Billy and: Rachel
Meadows of St. George, Kenny
and Samira Batten of Houston,
A funeral memorial will be.
held Saturday, October 14, at
2:00 pm at First Baptist Clhurch
of Macclenny.

First United


93 N. 5th St., Macclenny 259-3551
Sunday School: 10:00 am
Sunday Worship: 11:00 am
Sunday Youth: 6:00 pm
Wednesday Dinner: 5:45 pm
Wednesday Worship: 6:15 pm
\ John L. Hay, Jr., Pastor /

Mt. Zion N.C.

Methodist Church
121 North t 254-1461
llacclennv, FL
Pastor Tim,,, Ch, eshire
Sunday School 9-45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sund.iay Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Service 700 pm

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

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

Fi/lih .5i. & 259-6031:

S, IPa slor:
-: M4hr:hnii.y F '" -. C ,i i *.., Paviul Hale-.

SSunday School 9:30 am \ednesda Bible Study 7:01 pm
'n1dnesdj Bible "iidv 7-01 pi
Sunday Morning Worship 10:15 am Thdy uth 7:00 pm
Sunday Evening worship 6:1)00 pm
i ;: Nurirn pr.iiij, f..r all 0Ar. ,N
;.-4 "1 Loring Church with a Growing- Vision of Excellence"
Sprial Blr.ilng_ Schul R idie. InDi:r 2'i,210 8
U "w-. '.;. r '*-s& :.. si.. ..e ..- ^^3.: !'a, : .'-'&T :,df'^A s ,'^ -L -^



Independent Pentecostal C,',m. .
Seventh St. & Ohio Ave., Macclenny

STim Thomas


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


d ,mvr 'ajur
David Thomas

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


Youth Pastor
Gary Crummey

420 E. Macclenmy Ave. (U.S. 90 East)
Lo.l:eii nyA

2659 S.WA, l In Blvd. (U.S. 41 S.utl,)
Lake City
(386) 752-2414

Bill Guerry and Bryan Guerry, Funeral Directors
Larry Williams, Office Administrator

Jesus answered, "Verily, verily I
say unto thee, except a man be
born of waler and of the Spirit,
he cannot enter into the king-
dom of God." Johrn 3:5


Glen Hill Primitive Baptist Church
,Elder Arnold Johns
Sunday Services Starting 10:30 am
Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 pm
For information call: 259-9567


\Nev: Hope 1/'6 The Conmun'it
Five Churvhes R,,ad
I 1vv. 127 Sanderon. FL
SundY.w School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:010a.m.
Wed. Nighi Bible brudy 7:00 p.m.
Evmen' iSundA. Night Sevice 7:00 p.m.
. VidelM If Williams -Pafor t
7N.,. */

St. Peters Anglican Fellowship
Minnesota Ave. Macclenny, Fla.
Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Service 10:00 am

First Baptist Church
of Sanderson
CR 229 S., Sanderson FL
Sunday\ School ....... 10:00 am
Sun Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sun. Evening Worship .6:00 pm
Wed. Eve. Bible Study. .7:00 pm
AWANA Wed. Night.. 7:00 pm
Pastor Bob Christmas

Violet Rewis

rites October 7
Violet Davis Rewis, 81 of
Jacksonville died, October 4,
2006 at St. Luke's Hospital. She,
was born May 15, 1925 in Mac-
clenny to the late Richard John
an Carrie -
Harvey Da-
vis and lived
in Baker
County all
of her life
prior to
moving to
Jacks on -
ville 1
years. She
was a mem-
ber of the Ms Rewis
Fellowship Temple in Macclen-
ny, an avid shopper and loved to,
Mrs. Rewis was predeceased
by. her husband of 49 years,
R.eL. (Chub) Rewis, and sister
Kathryn Johns. Surviving are
her children, Beverly Strother
(Duke) of Jacksonville and
Richard L. Rewis, Sr. (Cookie)
of Moniac, GA; brother Dickie'
Davis (Faye) of' Macclenny;
six grandchildren and 11 great
The funeral service was held
October 7 at the Christian Fel-
lowship Temple, Macclenny
with pastors Timmy and David
Thomas officiating. Interment
was in Woodlawn Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were Chuck
Rewis, Daniel Rewis, Brandon
Wilkes, Todd Bowie, Matt Pa-
pas and Ricky Davis. Honorary
pallbearers were Tommy Johns,
Max Davis, Jimmy Johns, Junior
Dugger, George Rhoden and
Roy Powell. V. .Todd Ferreira
Funeral Services, Macclenny,
was in charge of arrangements.

Susie Sigers

dies October 4
Susie Sigers,- 83, of .Mac-
clenny died October 4, 2006 in
St: Vincent's Medical Center.
She was S are&
born May
17, 1923
in Nioniac
Geo0r ia
to the late
LenA is and.
Ethel Johns
Crew's. Mrs.
Sigers Ii ed
in Baker
County all
of her life Ms. Sigers
and was -
a charter member of Christian
Fellowship Temple. She loved
gardening and tending to her
Mrs. Sigers was predeceased
by son David C. Sigers, her sis-
ter and brother-in-law Sarah and
Isaiah Howard. Survivors are
her husband of 64 years, Ralph
Sigers; sons Larry Ralph Sigers
(Joyce) and Tommy Daniel
Sigers (Diane), both of Mac-
clenny; brothers Rev. Willie
Crews (Betty) of Jacksonville
and Raymond L. Crews (Vivi-
an) of Macclenny; sisters Mazie
Barlow (Gene), Daisy Maddox
(Ernest) and Violet Crews, all of
Macclenny; six grandchildren,
10 great grandchildren; numer-
ous nieces, nephews and cous-

The funeral service was held
October 6 at Christian Fel-

with Pastors Timmy and David
Thomas officiating. Interment
was in Macedonia Cemetery. V.
Todd Ferreira Funeral Services,

Where Ever'jone is Somebody and
Jesms is the Leadur

Glen StI Mary
Pastor: TommyEAnde rsonl

Phon: 90-259221

Monday service

for Lillie Spivack
Lillie 0. Spivack, 95, of Mac-
clenny died October 5, 2006.
She was born on May 8, 1911 in
DeWitt, Ark., moving to Jack-
sonville as a young girl in 1925,
then to Macclenny 2005. She
was a long time member and of-,
ficer of the VFW Ladies Auxil-
iary Post #1689.
Mrs. Spivack was prede-
ceased by son Robert Fitzsim-
mons, Sr. She is survived by her
husband of 59 years, Philip Spi-
vack; son David Fitzsimmons
(Claudia) of Crescent City, FL;
daughters, Joyce Wright of Mac-
clenny and Alice Cunningham
(Rev. El\% in) of Little Rock,
AR; nine grandchildren; 15
great-grandchildren; four great-
great grandchildren; brother,
Johnny McCaughey (Marie) of
Jacksonville; several nieces and
A memorial service was held
October 9 at the chapel at V.
Todd Ferreira Funeral Services,
Macclenny with Pastor David
Thomas, Christian Fellowship
Temple, officiating. In lieu of
flowers, the family'requests do-
nations to ihe Community Hos-
'pice Foundation, 4114 Sunbeam
Road, Suite 101, Jacksonville,
FL 32257.

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From left: Former fair queen Heather Scott, first runner-up Brittany Dale and 2006-07 Baker County Fair Queen Amanda Finley
on stage with pageant'coordinators Jennifer and David Ragan. PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN

They put together the pageant

Press Staff

Jennifer and David Ragan
of Macclenny first became
involved with the Baker County
Fair Queen Pageant six years
ago. The husband and wife team
who pastor the Destiny People
Worship Center in Macclenny
were asked to sing as part of the
entertainment. segment of the
When the master of ceremo-
nies was unable to assume his
host duties at the last moment,
Mr. Ragan volunteered to step
in. With a background in drama,
coupled with his music per-
formance and public speaking
experience from pastoring a
church, it was easy to rise to the
At the next year's pageant, the
master of ceremonies bowed out
due to illness. Again, Mr. Ragan
stepped in. Jennifer performed
and assisted where necessary.
Since that time, the Ragans have
been at the helm of the pageant.
Jennifer enjoys her role as
stage manager and ;mentoring
contestants. She shares advice
such as the need to wear the
same shoes during rehearsal as
for the pageant. Being familiar
with how the stage feels can
help contestants concentrate and
not be as nervous.
She coaches the girls on
walking the platform and find-
ing their points the designat-
ed places the contestants stop
and pause for the judges and
audience. During the pageant,
Jennifer can been seen manag-
ing the line of girls as they queue
up in the right order.
To ensure a smooth entry and
avoid an accidental stumble, she
stands behind each contestant,
gathering and guiding the elabo-
rate skirts of the gowns so they
clear the steps safely as they
begin their walk.
She is also responsible for.
ordering the sashes and crowns
and making sure each contestant
gets briefed about competing
prior to the pageant.
"It's a lot to remember and
coordinate," says Ms. Ragan,
"but I do so enjoy it."
After each girl introduces
herself and begins her walk, Mr.
Ragan reads her biography for
the audience which states such

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and church involvement.
The girls walk to instrumental
background music while judges
score them on beauty, poise and
personality. After each contes-
tant w alks, the group is brought
back for. one final look. A queen
and one runner-up are then
selected. In the event of a tie,
the girls are asked questions and
scored on their answers.
The queen receives a crown
and a certificate for $50 from the
Baker County Fair Association.
Queen and runner-up also
receive trophies, sashes and
beautiful gift baskets of beauty

The Ragans secure the
judges for the pageant. Three
are required and sometimes,
according to Mr. Ragan, it can
be challenging to find just the
right people.
The judges must be from, out
of town and not related to any of
the contestants. "We try to find
people who have some direct
experience related to the pro-
duction of a beauty pageant,"
said Mr. Ragan.
Twenty-six contestants par-
ticipated in the pageant this year
- the most the Ragans have seen
in their six-year involvement.
"We love doing this and the
pageant is getting better every
year" they said.

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Baker Count Mliddle School
students are actively studying
the different systems of human
"MNI heart just isn't in this
project today."' pleads, a student
in teacher Sara, Gils~i's sixth
L'rade science class:
Other students examining a
large-scale model of the human
heart snicker at the j6ke.
NearbN. as a group of students
father around. iMs. Gilson dons
w hite latex gloves and picks up
.I cow heat.
The fresh heart, w which came
frozen and \as tha' ed for the
dissection. was donated b. one
of the school custodians \\ho
also works as a butcher.
She opens the two sections of
the dissected heart and the stu-
dents lean forward, fascinated,
to get a close-up look at the
architecture of the ventricle and
atrium chambers.
Ms. Gilson. a first year sci-
ence teacher originally from
Wisconsin, is enthusiastic about
her students' science curricu-
"We're using the new sci-
ence curriculum materials from
the Glenco Science company
and the students have really
respondedd" she says.
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Golfers split

two matches
The Wildcat golf team split
in links action last week. It de-
feated Bishop Snyder, but fell to
Trinity Christian in a tri-match.
Trey Echols was the medalist
for the Cats with a 38.
On October 3, the Cats de-
feated Bradford County by 10
strokes. JJ Finley was the med-
alist for the match with a 38.
At districts on October 2, the
Cats finished 4th out of 10 teams
to wrap up the season at 16-
7. Trey Echols shot an 18 hole
79 while JJ Finley shot an 80
to advance both golfers to next
week's regional tournament.
The regional takes the top 3
golfers from each district along
with the top 3 teams.
"We came close to qualify-
ing as a team, and under the
conditions we have I thought the
kids did an admirable job," said
Coach John Staples. "There are
a lot of teams that would love to
be 16-7 so we're very happy to
have what we have. Obviously
with the kids not getting to prac-
tice every day, they have quite a
bit of talent."
JJ Finley finished out his se-
nior year in fine fashion. Finley
has been the Cats' top golfer
since his freshman year, and
Staples believes he is the best
golfer to have played at BCHS.
"I think he'll do well at region-
als," said Staples. "Our other
senior, Trevor Corbitt, improved
dramatically from last year to
the end of this year and he will
be sorely missed next year. It
was a great two years for me
personally to get to work with
these fine young men and I'm
gonna miss it next year when I
hang up the coaching."

DVDs %with Power Point note
presentations, video labs, and
':Jeopardy" style quizzes.
Since students learn at dif-
ferent skill levels. Ms. Gilson
particularly likes the tact that
the curriculum provides variouss
versions of the same material.
so all students benefit from the
classroom experience as much
as possible.
In direct relation to the dis-
section, students are studying
.such topics as human blood cir-
culation and immunity.
lMs. Gilson sets up the class-
room in workstations with a dif-
ferent lesson at each station. In
small groups. the students rotate
from station to station, complet-
ing the lessons, all related to the
At one station, they may learn
how blood circulates around the
body, then attempt to success-
fully trace the path of circulation
on a diagram. They then move
to the next station, where they
master a list of related vocabu-
lary words.
"The way lessons are present-
ed.makes-learning the facts 6fun, :
experience," said Ms. Gilson.
"The students love it."
When asked what they
thought after examining the dis-
sected cow heart, students had a
variety of responses. ,
"I thought it was cool, said
one. "It smells like steak," said
another as she wrinkled her
nose. "Well, I guess so," a third
student chimed in, grinning.
"After all, it is a cow."

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The area's two college foot-
ball teams are definitely going in
opposite directions. While Tim
Tebow University is 6-0 and de-
feated ninth ranked LSU 23-10,
the Seminoles (Lack of Offense
University) took it on the chin at
North Carolina State.
Florida is on the rise in the
rankings and in its quality of
play, while FSU, who has been
kept in most games with a pun-
ishing defense, could not stop
the Wolfpack in fashion on
Thursday night.
I watched parts of both games.
My production of Oklahoma is
in its run at the high school. so
I caught the start of the Gator
'game and the end of the Seni-
nole game. I saw enough from
both schools to dread what is
going to happen at the end of the
season when my Noles meet up
%with UF.
: The Seminoies have not look-
ed good all season. The Miami
win was a testament to ho\\
%well the' defense can play when
it wants to; the Troy game was
more the standard for the sea-
son. In both games, FSiU could
not find an offensive weapon
that could be counted on to come
through in the clutch.
SDrew Weatherford mnay have
a \ ariet. of weapons at his dis-
posal. but at the .moment, the
arsenal appears to be devoid of
ammunition. The running game
is abysmal and the passing game
spotty at best. All that can't be
laid at the feet of offensive coor-
dinator Jeff Bowden,. though he
has gotten well-deserved criti-
cism for an insipid display.
The Gators are in the envi-
able position of having both
an offense and a defense. They
handled LSU in the swamp,
something that isn't easy to do.
LSU's vaunted pass defense was
picked apart by Chris Leak, and
Tim Tebow added another di-
mension with has ability to run
the option.
The memorable play of the
game, was, of course, Tebow's
jump pass i free; throw) into the
endzone for a score. 'One of the
Gator radio announcers com-
mented that he hadn't "seen that
play since the playground at
Finley Elementary School."
The freshman from Nease
had a big game, mostly in short
yardage situations where he
could use his huge frame and
running back speed, or could
throw the ball. I still feel sorry
for Chris Leak, who is running
a 6-0 team but is overshadowed
by the second coming of Danny
The Gators don't have it easy,
that's for sure. You finish off
Alabama and you get LSU. You
finish off LSU and you travel
to an angry Auburn, which got
handed its hat and lost number
two ranking in a loss to Arkan-
sas (Soey pig, pig!)
One thing's for sure. If you
can cope with a schedule like
that, you deserve whatever plau-
dits you get.

win on Senior night

/The Lady Wildcat volleyball bounced back from a two games
team had a rough week, losing to 0 deficit and forced a fifth
two of three matches. The one game. "The girls made the need-
bright spot was a three game ed adjustments to be successful,"
victory over Union County for commented Armoreda. "After;
Senior Night on October 5 at the getting their tails v hipped in the
BCHS gym. second game, the girls finally
The girls pounced on Union came out of the doldrums to"
County, defeating the Tigers in play some volleyball. With their
three straight games by scores inspiring play, the girls exposed
of -25-11, 25-19 and 25-16. Yulee's weakness and exploited
Leading the way for the Lady .it by smartly placing the ball
Wildcats \\as Tiffany Norman %where Yulee's defenders had no
with a season high nine kills. chance of getting to it."
Kallie CrummeN with a season Tiffany Norman led the
high 11 assists. Mind\ Roberts way with three kills and Kallie
\ith 11 service points and Crunmmey with five assists.
Kristin Mathis with seven ser- Seniors Mindy Roberts' and
vice points. Kristin Mathis' strong play and
It was a particularly special leadership helped the team set-
night for Roberts and Mathis as tie down after dropping the first
it was their last home game as two matches. Sarah Trawick,
Lad\ Wildcats. "'This night %\as Ashle\ Holton, Krista Smith
special for our two seniors." and Morgan Harvey also.had
said Coach Chris Armoreda. strong games.
"'This was a great team effort. I The Lady Cats will.wrap up
am \er\ proud of this team and the season with a match at West
how it has come together after Nassau on Tuesday, October 10
all this team has been through and \will play our first district
this .ear" ; tournament game on Monday.
On October 2, the teamntrav- October 16. in Santa Fe. Times
eled to First Coast High School are yet to be announced.

in Jacksonville. First. Coast
defeated the Cats in three straight
matches by the scores of 25-18,
25-19 and 25-20. "We played
very well, but we just could,not
put together the rally that would
have put us over the top," said
Armoreda. "Despite the injuries
we have, the girls came out hus-
tling." The JV call-ups Morgan
Harvey, Krista Smith and Sarah
Trawick played well despite
inexperience at the Varsity level.
Statistically, the leaders were
Tiffany Norman and Ashley
Holton with five kills and Kallie
Crummey with eight assists.
On October 3, the Lady
Wildcats traveled to Yulee'to
play the Hornets. They lost a
hard fought game in five match-
es by scores of 24-26, 10-25, 25-
23, 25-23 and 8-15. The team


Luke Kennedy, Blake Row-
an, Robert Mason and Paul Gib-
son were the top four finishers
as the Wildcat cross country
team s~sept to a first place finish
in a quad meet with Femandina
Beach, West Nassau and Yulee.
Shae Raulerson finished third
for the girls' team in the meet.
Kennedy finished in 18 min-
utes, 44 seconds, with Rowan
finishing'a step behind at 18:49.
Mason finished in 19:15 and Gib-
son in' 19:38. TJ Mosley, Timmy
Mason, Allen Luffman, Chris
Hlolland, Corey Cavanaugh, and
Thomas Dunn all ran well.
The boys' overall record
stands at 4-2 for the season.
Raulerson was the top girls'
runner with a time of 27:39.
Guadalope Campos was second
for the Wildcats in 29:57. Kelsey
Dudley and Sarah Combs also
ran well.

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Baker County 42


Union County 6



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Press Sports
Going into Frida 's match-
up with Union County High
School, Coach Bobby Johns
was concerned about his team's
mental state after a devastating
14-6 loss at Jackson the v'eek
beforer'Ttire _ecwmd dttrir-t'oss
made a playoff berth nearly
"\'We \"ere pretty low all

\ eek," said Johns. "We had put
such hopes on the game and
thought we could win it."
Johns wasn't sure how his
team wv would respond when they
took the field against the Tigers
at Memorial Stadium. After the'
Wildcats fumbled the opening
kickoff and UCHS recovered
it, for a,score, it looks like his
fears were founded. A collec-
tive groan went through the
large crowd.

Suwannee County is the
(9~t is *J

upcoming district matchup

BY BOB GERARD Madison in much the same way
Press Sports the Wildcats winless season a
The Wildcats will hope to year ago could have gone dif-
The Wil t wl h to ferently with a touchdown here
take the momentum gained from or therently with a touchdown here
a big win over Union County Head Coach Bobby Bennet
and apply it to a district match- Head Coach Bobby Bennet
up with Suwannee County. If blames sloppy play and stupid
the Cats are smart, they won't penalties for putting the team
just look at the score of Friday in a hole. They have weapon
nights game in evaluating the at their disposal. Quarterback
Tajhuane Rountree can run ol
danger posed by the Bulldog. throw the ball. Kenny Clayton
Suwannee got handed their has good hands and Jason
hats on Friday in a 57-7 pasting Cherry and Brandon Allen have
by Trinity Catholic of Ocala. run the ball well.
Suwannee was playing the Defensively, lookforWallace
two time defending 2B state Smith and Lee Laxton to try tc
champs. Going into the game, stop the Wildcat running game
Trinity had outscored their sthe BuWldogscat running game.
op t 3- 29 I, w t The Bulldogs will see the game
opponents 333- 29. It wasn't as one they could potential
pretty, but it really isn't an indi- as. one they could potential
pretty, but it really isn't an mdi- win and will be fired up as
cation of Suwannee's ability to result.
play either. Bulldogs have been With Suwannee's football
The Bulldogs have been history and tradition, it woulc
snakebitten this season, losing be unwise to chalk a Wdition, it wouldth
e c g The s n be unwise to chalk a W in the
three close games. The season
has turned on close losses to w column before strapping o
Raines, Gainesville High and the helmets.

Were they in for another
If anything, the quick six
point deficit was like an alarm
clock clanging in each and every
helmet on the Wildcat sideline.
Wake up and play football.
Nobody hit the snooze but-
Union County would not
find the endzone again as the
Wildcats cruised to a 42-6 victo-
ry. It was the kind of win that is
as much about rid-
ding themselves
of the demons of
frustration and
disappointment as
beating an oppo-
nent on the foot-
ball field.
The Cats played
5W. like men on a mis-
sion, particularly
in the first half,
where they rolled
up 36 unanswered
points. On offense.,
everything was
working, and
on defense the
Wildcat 11
slammed the cage
^ door on Tigers
| who looked more
like housecats.
W Nothing the
Tigers tried would
work this night,
and with the exception of the
opening fumble, the Wildcats
would play an almost flawless
half of football. The mood in the
stands changed from depression
to euphoria in a matter of min-
The Wildcat defense shut
down the Tigers on their first
offensive possession and the
Cats got the ball deep in UCHS
territory. Lucious Lee got the
first score of the game for Baker

less Tigers

with an exciting 28 yard scam-
per that put him well on his
way to a 100 yard night. Carlos
Holton ran it in for the two
point conversion and the Cats
took the lead to stay at 8-6.
The defense just out-muscled
Union County. They threw a
red iroadblock acro s the line of
scrinunage, stopping the inside
game. The Wildcat speed was
able to string out any sweeps
that the Tigers attempted, and
the defensive backs had good
coverage all night on the UC
Offensively, the Cats took the
next drive to the four yard line,
and from there, the offensive
line blew the Tigers off the ball
and Chaz Johns bulled his way
into the endzone for the second
score. Holton's pass failed and
the Cats were up by a score of
Darvin Ruise, who had
his best game of the season,
stopped yet another drive with,
an interception.
It looked as if the Wildcats'
drive was stopped in Tiger ter-
ritory, but on a third'and fifteen
play, Carlos Holton found Jamar
Farmer at the eight. Farmer
made the catch and put a move
on the defender and ran in for
the score. Freshman Harold
Moore ran in the two point con-
Farmer was arguably the man
of the match. He got his second
of three touchdowns on a 35
yard run late in the first quar-
ter to put BCHS up 28-6. The
Union County faithful were
stunned in the visitors' seats as
they wondered what the next
three quarters might bring.
The Cats brought more of
the same on the defensive side
of the ball. Though the scor-
ing mercifully slowed down

in the second period. Holton
drove the Cats down field for
another score before intemris-
sion. Farmer capped it off with
an eighteen yard pass reception
and Johns added the two point
It was an inspired half of
football;. BCHS -had 169- yards
rushing and 69 passing by
halftime. The fans were buzz-
ing about what the second hall
would bring.
The second half was a com-
plete reverse of the offensive
juggernaut of half one. It was
defensive in nature, with the
Wildcats applying body blow
after body blow to Union
When the Tigers did man-
age to get close to the p3lon,
moving the ball to the Wildcat
5 yard line, the\ self-destructed
in a manner eeril\ reminis-
cent of a similar situation for
the Wildcats against Jackson a'
week earlier.
Darvin Ruise showed he
could provide offense as well as
defense, wrapping up the scor-
ing with a 30 yard touchdown
run. The conversion was no
Union County packed up
and went home, thankful it
was only a 20 minute bus ride
to their gym. BCHS fans lin-
gered at the stadium longer than
usual, happ. to have a big win
to savor.
The Cats hope the win will
be a point to build on as they
travel to Suwannee County to
take on the Bulldogs next week.
The Wildcats will have to run
the table in their remaining dis-
trict games if they are to stand
a hairs-breadth of a chance of
making the playoffs this sea-

Man of the Match
Jamar Farmer
Jamar is a 5'5" 140 lb. senior running back and defensive
Jamar is a small back in the mold of the Jaguars' Maurice
Jones-Drew. He demonstrated that he could not only run the
ball, scoring on runs of 28 and 35 yards in the Wildcats' 42-6
win over Union County, but also that he has great hands. Jamar
pulled in a pass from Carlos Holton at the 8 yard line, put a
move on a defender that left him grasping at air and ran in for .
the score.
On the other side of the ball, Jamar has been a standout
defensive back. Coach Bobby Johns has been pleased at the
development of his pass defense, and Jamar Farmer is a major
cog in the defensive machine that stymied Union County quarter-
back Auston Roberts.

Tale of the


UCHS '6 0 0 0 6
BCHS 28 8 0 6 42

Scoring -
UC Dukes 10 yard fumble
return (pass failed)
BC Lee 28 yard run (Holton
BC Johns 4 yard run (pass
BC Farmer 28 yard pass
from Holton ( Moore run)
BC Farmer 35 yard run (
pass failed)
BC Farmer 18 yard pass
from Holton (Johns run)
BC Ruise 30 yard run (run

First downs -
UCHS- 12
Rushing (37carries for 297
yards) Lee 14 carries for
100 yards; John 14 carries
for 74 yards
Passing -
Holton 5-11-0 69 yards
Receiving -
Farmer 2 for 46 yards

Eaglesfly over

Bucs 12-16
The Pee-Wee division Eagles
edged out the Bucs Saturday 12-
16. Both the Eagles and the Bucs
scored all of their points in the
first quarter. The defense for both
teams took over after the scoring
was done.
The Eagle offensive players of
the game were Deangelo Thomas
with 151 rushing yards and two
touchdowns, Chase Parker and
Roderick Haygood. The defen-
sive players were Shayuan Griffin
with eight tackles and a fumble
recovery, Deangelo Thomas,
Chase Parker, Roderick Haygood,
Patrick Lamb, Landen Nevill and
Jacob Brown.
The Bucs offensive players of'
the .game were Will Livingston
and Tyler Mash. The top defen-
sive players were Micahl Ruise,
Clay Brooks, John Townsend,
Claeb Crews, Will Livingston,
Camron Mobley, Tyler Mash and
Regan Barber.
Other winners were the
Jaguars, Chargers, Steelers, 49ers,
Redskins, Falcons and Cowboys.



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Thursday October 12, 2006

A look at a blooming local community

Real Estate Writer c,
The other day I received a call .
from an out of state buyer about
one of my listings. They were
going to be in town for the day 4,
and wanted me to take them on the
tour of Baker Count) with a fe '
stops off at some properties they N
had found in their online search.
Following a quick combina- '
tion of the surge of my Baker -
County pride and the "cha-ching" ..
sound of the
cash register
for my busi-
ness, I happily
.. ... accepted and
set showing
on several
properties that
fit their wants
Jared Wilkerson. Reator and needs.
One of the
properties they had selected "\as
a new\ construction home out in
Rolling Meadow s. a neighbor-
hood growing up out by the fair
grounds off of 23-B. Along with
several other planned de elop-
ments peppering the county as of
late. I'd been following the addi-
tion of these homes for some time
now. but I have to-admit.jhat this
was my first time actually taking
a look inside any of the homes in
that ne\' community.
Well. to make a long showing
day story short. the homes we looked:
at in Rolling Meadows b3 Drees were
surprisingly the best we toured for the
entire day. Not only were the buyers
impressed with the models currently
available, but so %was I. w which is actual-
ly saying quite a bit for a REALTOR,''
who routinely spends e{'er) Tuesday
morning attending Realtor/Builder
functions in Jacksonville's newest and
brightest housing developments.
In fact., I liked the homes so much
that right after I dropped my customers
back off at their car. I w'as on the phone
with the Drees Rolling Meadows mar-
ket manager. Mark Ray, to ask him
some more questions about the com-
munity. Many of you might know
Mark as he is one of our own raised
right here in NMacclenny.
It turned into me really getting into
what Drees Homes is doing with their
community development project out
Mark gave me a tour of their model'
home and 4 of the homes that they
have built which are for sale. Mark said
that Drees likes to have a few homes
that customers can move into quickly
- should they be moving from out of
town. For the buyer that has time to
start from scratch, Drees is currently
offering 7 home designs to choose
from. Buyers choose a floor plan and
then have the opportunity to add a cor-


S. '. .. : .. .

The Drees model home is located in Rolling Meadows to

nucopia of additional choices to per-
sonalize their new home.
Each home had something new to'
offer from the next, and yet each fol-
lowed a certain level of housing insight
that, to put it quite frankly. w as a refresh-
ing look at home building compared to
the cookie cutter versions of what I'd
been getting used to in Jacksonville
Here's some of my initial impres-
sions of what I noticed while IT as
touring these homes:
Drees Homes, much like any other
builder has certain strengths that are
verN evident in each of their home plans
and interior design. One of the things'
that Drees is especially good at is their
use of space. As w\e walked through the
variotis homes, Mark would tell me the
square footage of the living space. As
he sa\ the skeptical look on in\ face, he
would respond with a sense of "I know
what you're thinking" in his voice.
These homes really felt much larg-
er than ,their actual square footage. I
noticed that certain rooms had angles
that created open space, much different
from a standard, blocked off floor plan
and made the whole layout of the home
seem like .it was a completely different
level of house than what the price tag
and living space suggested.
There was space allowed in these
plans for specific rooms that you usual-
13y wouldn't see in a home of that price,

range; bonus rooms, formal sitting
areas, formal dining areas, huge master
bedroom suites, secondary bedrooms
that rival the size of master bedrooms
in other builders' homes, ten-foot plus
ceilings in man\ rooms...
When I finally\ fessed up and admit-
ted that I didn't really think the square
footage seemed right, Mark quoted
the Division Sales Managei for Drees
Homes, Linda lMoore. in saying that
"Drees Homes live a \\hole lot larger
thqn they really are."
That statement is, I think, the true
jumping off point for distinguishing
Drees homes from others I've grot wn
accustomed to. The floor plans all had a
certain liabilityt'" to them that showed
that the people, designing them really\
had a good handle on what a home is
supposed to pro\ ide.
Instead of just offering a ho-hum
house with all the expected rooms, I
noticed that the Drees homes in Rolling
Meadows had the little touches that
made all the difference for the people
who will actually live in them. For
example, all of the linen and clothing
closets are just a little bit deeper than
normal. I don't know" that it's inten-
tional, but they are. Also, the indoor
laundry rooms all had ample room fori
a folding table right across from the.
washer and dryer. Anyone wlho's ever
folded clothes on the living room sofa
knows just what I'mgetting at. The

the left when you pull into the subdivision.

living rooms had plenty of wall space '
to avoid those tough decisions as to'
"which wall would be oka. for acconm-
modating a superb entertainment center
while still lea\ ing room to not ha\e to
position couches right next to the TV to
make ever3 thing fit.You just don't see
that sort of life-planning in most build-
ers' house models.
They also have a few standard addi-
tions to the homes that are usually con-
sidered upgrades such as double tray

ceilings in the master bedroom.
full security systems installed
"-^ prior to close, and R-13 walls
for improved energy\ efficiency
Si Florida Code requires R-11 ).
After touring the available
homes and looking over some of
the plans for homes to be built
there in the future. I got an oppor-
tunity to speak "ith a couple of
the higher-ups in the Drees Homes
companN, Linda Moore and Jon
Roberts. Being two of the first
builder representatives I've had
a chance to speak with about the
future direction of Baker Count.y's
growth, I hit them both with some
pretty tough questions about their
plans right from the beginning.
Although I asked tough ques-
(ions about what all of this devel-
oping might do to Baker Counts
if not kept in check by solid plan-
ning, their answers actually ,'on
me over.
Here's a brief synopsis of the
potential problem I wanted them
II to address:
'i If too many developers are
allowed to come into our county
S, and build a huge number of spec
homes that are available for inime-
,, diate move-in, that could seriously
K hinder the residential resale market
(i.e., homeowners who are simply
looking to sell their homes and
mo\e on). This problem could be
especially worsened if the builders
themselves have a problem selling
homes and begin drastically lowering
prices and offering amazing incentive
packages, thus making normal sellers
homes look like a rip-off in compari-
Linda Moore, of Drees Homes,
immediately admitted that this .was
a valid concern. "That's why Drees
has taken steps to ensure that Rolling
Meadows does not hinder the local
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, October 5, 2006 Page Two-B

October 1-10 land sales

The following land trans-
actions were recorded in
the Baker County court-
house October 1-10. Val-
ues are derived from doc-
umentary stamps. Many
descriptions are by S(ec-
tion) T(ownship) R(ange).
If acreage or price are not
listed, none were indicated
in the documents.

Walton, Roy Thomas to
Walton, Martha Joan in
35-2S-21E, $10
Reier, Ralph Jackson
Jr to Bryant, Wade C
14,15,16 BK 1,
Crosby, Mary to
Ohlenschlager, Donald R
UNIT 2 LOT 7, $10
Lyons, James to Canady,
Jack Lee Construction
Inc to Bussell, Daniel K
LOT 18 BK B, $72,000
Mobley, Flora Cecil to
Mobley, J Wesley in 16-
2S-22E, $0
Mobley, Flora Cecil to
Mobely, Bryan in 16-2S-
22E, $0
Brown, John W to
Guidash, Rodney D in 30-
2S-22E, $220,000
Johnson, Mollie H
to Rogers, Ronald E in
UNIT 3 LOT 31, $52,500
Anderson, Thomas J to
Dykes And Associates
Construction Inc in 30-
2S-22E, $10
Newmans, F D to
Newmans, Dusty James,
in 30-3S-21E, $0
Newmans, F D to Cox,
Halford E Jr in 30-3S-21E,
Satterwhite, Charles E
Jr to Asamd, Linamelia M
in 18-2S-22E, $429,900
Kemp, Jane Rogers to
Kemp, Jane Rogers in

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Bussey, Melody to
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22E, $263,000
Carrasquillo, Sonia to
Bennett, Judith A in 1-1S-
20E, $10
Carpenter, Mark
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to Ferguson, James in
Wall, Perry L to
Jackson, Shannon in
Pearson, Byron J to
Sellers, Michael Clifton in
36-2S-21E, $225,000
Newmans, F D to Span,

Richard W in 30-3S-21E,

Newmans, F
21E, $0

D in

D to

Federal Home Loan
Mortgage Corporation
to Reneau, Gary Millard
Rock Contractors Inc
to TrI Land & Timber Lic
in 7-3S-22E, $46,000
Richmond American
Homes Of Florida Lp
to Chalwell, Roosel in
109, $189,122
Harris, Sherman to
Harris, Sherman, $0
Myers, Charles H to
Guesman, Bruce in LOT
Hodges, Henry D to

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Hodges, Jacob in 15-4S-
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Combs, Carol Gynan to
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Jones, Paul L Sr to
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, October 12, 2006 Page Three-B

Blooming local community....

(From Page 1)
housing market by flooding it
with inventory. Drees is build-
ing a few models of our specific
floor plans for buyers to get an
idea of what is available and
then. will act conservatively in
p regard to constructing other
homes for sale."
Ms. Moore and Mr. Roberts
also recognized the true scope
of the majority of .existing
homes in Baker County as com-
pared to what Drees is offering,
admitting that Baker County
is primarily made up of homes
on an acre of land, as opposed
to the much smaller home sites
available in Rolling Meadows.
"As land prices increase, it
is more difficult to offer homes
that are affordable for our cus-
tomer. Our customers also tell
us that they now spend a great
deal of their time inside their
home so it is very important
to have a home that fits their
lifestyle," stated Ms. Moore.
"Therefore we have shifted our
focus more toward offering a
comprehensive, quality home
design in a quaint neighborhood
rather than a.home with an acre

lot that requires lots of time to
take care of."
She also stressed the impor-
tance of Drees Homes' future
plans for further developments
here in Baker County following
Rolling Meadows, stating that
they're not just "some builder or
developer who has come to slap
up a bunch of homes and leave
with a profit. We have a long
future here in Baker County."
Despite not wanting to hin-
der the residential resale market
here in Baker County, Drees is
offering some pretty competi-,
tive incentives to buyers who
purchase their homes.
Unlike some other builders,
Drees is not running week aftef
week "limited time" reduc-
tions on homes that are already
severely overpriced. All of their
homes seemed to be marked
with a decent price tag from the
get-go. What they are offering
is much more interesting. For
every dollar that a buyer puts
down as a deposit for a home,
Drees will match that dollar
amount (up to $10,000 max)
toward the buyers' purchasing
power for selecting additional
options in the home at no extra

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appear will be brought up before the Baker County Board of Commissioners
for public hearing on Thursday, November 2, 2006 and possible adoption on
Tuesday, November 21, 2006, at 6:01 p.m., or as soon thereafter as pos-
sible, at the Baker County Administration Building, 55 North Third Street,
Macclenny, Florida. A review by the Local/Land Planning Agency will be on
Thursday, November 9, 2006, at 7:01 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible,
at the Baker County Administration Building, 55 North Third Street, Mac-
clenny, Florida. Copies of said ordinance may be inspected by any member
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above-mentioned, all interested parties may appear and be heard with respect
to the proposed ordinance which is titled as follows:

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shall be given an opportunity to speak at the public hearing or may send writ-
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Macclenny, Florida, 32063. Copies of the ordinance are available for public
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tion, please call (904) 259-3354.
Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if any member of the public
desires to appeal any decision made at this public hearing, he/she will need a
record of the proceedings and for that purpose may need to ensure that he/she
transcribe a verbatim record of the proceedings, which record would include
the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
According to the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special
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cost to the buyer. It's called
"Drees' Double up Days."
For example, buyers can use
that money to upgrade their
kitchen by choosing an. upgrad-
ed designer package. It can be
used to deck the yard out with
extra landscaping options, etc.
Several of their customers have
chosen to use that extra money
from Drees to buy down their
interest rate with their preferred
lender, First Equity Mortgage,
thereby lowering their monthly
payment over the next 30 years.
Again, it's something practical
that Drees is putting into their
home buying experience.
Drees also will pay for their
buyers to visit an interior design
center (located in Jacksonville)
where professional decorators
will help them to select the
interior color schemes, plans,
optional flooring materials, and
design layouts that best suit
(heir own tastes.
Also, as is the norm with a
builder home, Drees will pay
all of a buyer's closing costs, so
long as the buyer qualifies and
purchases through Drees' pre-
ferred lender. Not a bad deal at
If you are in the market for
a new construction home, it is
definitely worth the time to sit
down with Rolling Meadows
Market Manager, Mark Ray,
,to see if Drees Homes might
be able to get you just what
you're looking for. Mark can
be reached at (904) 259-1421 or
just stop by the model with the
Drees sign out front in Rolling
Meadows off CR-23B.

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property in terrific condition. New siding
freshly painted, hardwood floors & new
roof. MLS#324592, $95,900
53 ACRE FARM In Glen St. Mary set up
with elec*well*septic*fen.ced*2 ponds.
MLS#307155, $775,000
WANT SPACE- This 7.13 acres can be
used for a home or sub-divided for a
subdivision. MLS.#268326, $525,000
GREAT HOME 4BR/3BA 2700sf in great 3
year old neighborhood. Open concept with
upgrades. MLS#320769, $299,900

IZ Beautiful 3000+ SF pool home on over 5.5 acres
-4 BR/3BA. formal dining room, eat-in kitchen with island and
hickory cabinets, great room %\ith brick fireplace, huge mas-
ter bath %,ith garden rub and %,alk-in closet. wood floors and
12-foot ceilings throughout. All this. plus an attached 2-car
garage, detached 1-car garage, wrap-around front porch. large
screened porch overlooking pool & spa. RV parkingthook-up
and fenced rear.
a e r259-9500 / 881-4197



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Good benefits. Pay based on experience.

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Jim Smith, Real Estate Broker
Sales Associates
Josie Davis Mark Lancaster Juanice Padgett
S' Andrew P. Smith Teresa Yarborough

799 S. 6th St., Macclenny

259-6555 I--

New listing- Fixer upper for hunter/fisherman.: 1994
1296 SF 3 BR, 2 BAMf on 2.73 acres. Shed with
camp kitchen anid sleeping area. Near Ocean Pond
in Olustee. Needs little work. $69,900
3 BR, 1 BA, vinyl siding, new roof on 1 acre. CH/A.
$100,000. Tony Givens Rd., Sanderson.

Brick. 1632SF. 3 BR,
2 BA, large modern
Kitchen, large family
room with fireplace.
Convenient location.

-- Zoned lor residential or
office use. This is a nice
home for onlN

Reduced- Ten high and dr. acres zoned for horses.
Located 3 miles west of Glen St. Mary off of US 90.
Good road frontage. Modular. manufactured and con-
ventional homes welcome Reduced to $159,900
Investment Opportunity- .91 acre zoned for duplexes.
Property also includes a nice 3 BR. 2 BA home wilarge mod-
em kitchen, spacious family room. fireplace and other ame-
nities. Home & duplex lots priced to sell at $250,000

Commercial property- on US Hwy. 90 in
Macclenny. Older home may ie converted to busi-
ness space. Established flower shop offering world
wide wire service. $445,000
NewListing-Nearly new 2004 manufactured home.
1984 SF, 3 BR, 2 BA front deck on 10 acres zoned
for horses. Must see to appreciate. $209,000

Nice older MH completely renovated &'
new additions. 3 BR, 1i BA, FP, screen &
open porch, abv. ground pool, privacy fence.
Large storage buildings. .88 acre comer lot.
Reasonably priced at $89,900 Owner will
consider financing with 20% down.

The Ideal Realtor

Rose M. Stokes

Sao llReahy'a' rp. 'TVI? 1& .

Florida Real Estate License since 1994

I.-- Experience in:

New Construction Residential Homes Vacant Land

Over 15 Years Mortgage Experience- Obtained a Florida Builders Contractor License

If you or anyone you know is interested in buying or selling real estate please call me.
Familiar with the Jacksonville, Macclenny, Callahan & Hilliard areas.

(904) 899-6971 Cell: (904) 502-1520 Fax: (904) 771-8639

A "Ynr
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of vacant land in the country.
MLS#317891, $642,150
LIKE NEW Must see 4BR/3BA,
2380sf, 2004 Cavalier DW mobile
home, on 1 acre. MLS#326135,
mobile home with large pond in back.
Quiet country get away. MLS#328344,

1395 Chaffee Road

South, Jacksonville


beautiful 4+ acre lot. Large front
porch with columns. Fireplace,
2 car garage, and much more.
MLS#326811, $345,000

PRIVATE ACREAGE 7.5 acres private
shady lot, partially cleared, with
paved road frontage. Already split in 2
parcels. MLS#312559, $145,000 '

2646sf on 10 acres. Bonus room,
pond, playground, lots of upgrades.
MLS#325474, $425,000
VACANT LAND- 40 acres of land
for development south of Sanderson
in Baker County. Great investment
property. MLS#329000, $600,000
BRICK BEAUTY 3BR/2.5BA in great
area w/2 car garage + detached
workshop. Close to 1-10 & has tons of
extras. MLS#318595, $229,000

JUST LIKE NEW- Lg ceramic tile in
most of rooms. Carpet in Living rooms &
bedrooms. Oak cabinets in kitchen & bath.
MLS#317713, $149,900
READY TO BUILD- Approx. 2.5 acre
lot. Spring Lake Estates. Private w/pond.
MLS#319935, $79,000
MAKE A WISE BUY Beautiful home and
above ground pool. Double fenced in rear.
MLS#325137, $129,000
ARGYLE BEAUTY- 4BR/2BA, loaded with
extras, surround sound speakers, fireplace
on large lot. MLS#309181, $219,000
MANY UPGRADES- This beautiful 3BR/
2BA home shows like a model. On preserve
lot. MLS#324561, $206,242
JUST LIKE NEW Built in 2005, 3BR/2BA
2060sf with many upgrades. MLS#312015,
COUNTRY LIVING 4 acres in Bryceville,
w/DW mobile home, & concrete blk work
shop. Home sold as is. MLS#329232,
open floor plan, includes beveled counters
& much more. MLS#323073, $375,000
VACANT LAND -12 acres, 1 acre cleared,
well, electric, telephone, covered carport,
511 wheel included. MLS#320255, $158,000
DON'T MISS OUT Here's your chance
to own this beautiful 1.82 acre lot in
established Glenwood. Gravel drive.
MLS#314433, $82,500

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American Saddlery youth saddle,
dark oil, very nice, $200. 912843-
2098. 10/5-12p
Very nice, matching set. Revers-
ible. queen size comforter, stripes
& paisley, navy, dark green & bur-
gundy, pillow shams. 3 throw pil-
lows, lamp shade, bed skirt, piece
of a roll of wallpaper, $75. 259-
2183. 10..'12tfc ...
Cattle trailer, good condition, new ''
tires. $2000. 904-282-4552.
10 5-19c
1992 Suns Airstreamemotor home,
class A. 48K miles, lots of extras,
S16.500:; 1986 Jeep Commanche
4x4, $2500:; 1985 GMC El Camir-
no, very nice. $2800: 1989 Ford
150, 4x4, new motor, $3800. 251-
464 cell or 259-8565.
10 '12-11 '2p
1998 New Holland 1725 tractor.
29 HP, 350 hours, with mower,
blade & boom. $10.000. 912-843-
2098. 10 '5-12p
26x30 hip set of trusses, 412
pitch, 16" overhang, $1000. A&R
Truss 259-3300. 9/14tfc
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
Gehl feed grinder, $1500; John
Deere 1 row corn picker & wag-
on, 3 spares, $500; Hammer mill,
$300. 275-2683. 8/31tfc
Dell keyboard & mouse, $10. 259-
2400. 6/15tfc
3X24 ft., 29 gauge, metal roofing;
2x6, 44 ft., load bearing, trusses.
334-6695. 10/5-26c
Bed, beautiful temp-pedic mem-
wory foam mattress & boxsprings,
new in plastic, with warranty, retail
$950, must sell $379, can deliver.
904-858-9350. 8/10-10/12p
The Franklin Mercantile now re-
open for your business! Friday &
Saturday 10:00 am-5:00 pm. CR
125, at the railroad crossing in
Glen. 259-6015. 9/28tfc

2000 Harley Davidson Road King,
$12,000. 259-8600. 10/12-19p
1997 slide-in camper, fits LWB
pickup, A/C works good for hunt-
ing camp, needs some work, new
jack stands, $650. 259-9374 pin
#8880. 10 '12p
Epson Stylus color 600 printer,
$25. 259-2400. 4.' 20tfc
Good used appliances. 90 day
money back guarantee. 266-4717.
7.'13-3 29p
2003 Coachmen camper, slide
out, excellent condition, $16,500.
259-6844. 10 .'12p
Solid wood cherry sleigh oed
with mattress & boxsprings, retail
$950, sacrifice for $395, can de-
liver. 904-858-9350.8/10-10/12p
Taurus stainless steel 44 magnum
revolver, 71%" barrel, $500. 266-
2042. 10.'12-19p
6 piece bedroom set. queen mat-
tress & boxsprings, new in boxes,
$499, can deliver. 904-858-9350.
8 '10-10 '12p
Newgen DesignXpress 12 laser
printer, ethernet, parallel, serial,
appletalk, SCSI connectivity. Prints
up to 11x17, uses HP toner &
drum. PC or MAC, has one tray &
power cord, $250. 259-2400.
8, 24tfc
6.5 HP Yardman mulcher, $150:
6.0 HP Murray tiller, $150: Sweet-
water pontoon board, 50 HP, 2
stroke, 19 ft., $17,000; 2005
Honda Shadow VLX, low miles.
$6,000; 2005 Honda 250 Reb-
el, low miles, great starter Dike,
$2900; 2005 Kia Sorento, loaded.
$18,000; 2005 Chevrolet Silvera-
do truck, extended cab, 10K miles,
$23,000. Call 259-5456 or 571-
9678. 10, 12-19p
King plllowtop, new with warranty,
$289, can deliver. 904-391-0015.
Floral print loveseat, sofa & otto-2."
man, $350; 2 leather recliners,
$275. 614-6624 or 259-6038.
Antique breakfront buffet, break-
front china cabinet, buffet, all ma-
hogany, can be seen at Southern
Charm. 259-4140. 12 '9tfc
Lift chair, $1000: electric wheel-
chair, $1500. used only 1 month.
904-233-2942. 10/12p
Mahogany secretary, beautiful
piece, excellent condition. South-
ern Charm 259-4140. 12 9tfc
Fender bass guitar w.'amp, $200;
Glock 19 9mm, $350. 259-6276.
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. tfc
2 horse trailer, $1500. 259-
8282. 10/12p
Nikon Scan Touch oversized flat-

bed scanner with SCSI connection,
$75. 259-2400. 6/15tfc
Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic,
$199. 904-398-5200.
Washer $250, dryer $50. 259-
3074. 10/12p
Fiberglass bedcover for small size
pickup $75; interior latex enamel -
paint, $20 for 5 gallons; exterior
$20 for 5 gallons. 259-8013 be-
tween 8:00 am-8:00 pm. 10/12p

Thrift hopee
9889 S. Glen Ave. Hvy. 125. Glen St. Mary
Open Monday thru Saturday
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
-a-I 259-5773

Come in and see our new look!
Ne\\ and used items arri\ ing daily
We've got what you're looking for...

Bab N Clothes
1K iic k Knack;~

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Ladies \\ear


Shoes To. s MNen's Clothing

:Lay-A-Ways available on

ATV's & Dirt Bikes.

until December 15'

27" Pro Scan TV, excellent condi-
tion, $200 firm. 259-5011.10,12p
Thrift Shoppe. Come shop witri
us. Car seats, strollers. 9889 S.
Glen Ave. 1125 S. close to rail-
road). 259-5773. 10,. 12c
Thrift Shoppe. We carr, ATVs., irt-
bikes and trailers. 904-259-5773,
9889 S. Glen Ave. 1125 S. close
to railroad;. We also offer lay-away
on all bikes. So come get ready
for Christmas. See Daniel Coiling-
wood. 10,'12c
Queen size mattress set, fame,
headboard, $200: matching dress
er. $200. 912-843-2098.10 5 12p
2000 Mazda 626, tan, cloth inte-
nor, 75,000 mriles, great condition,
$5200. 610-9974. 10, 5-19p
1986 Chevrolet 4x4, $5500. 370.
4114 or 259-7021. 10, 5-12p
1999 Kawaski Vulcan 1500 Clas-
sic motorcycle, 10,000 miles,
mustang seat. windshield, saddle
bags, header pipes, garage kept,
black w/chrome, $5500 OBO. 259-
1168. 10 5-12p
1998 Chevrolet pickup, 4x4, ex-
tended cab. loaded, 110K miles,
very clean, $8500. 874-1063.
10 12p
Travel Queen Coach, 30 it.. coach
belongs to a widow, husband re-
tired, had great plans, but passed
away. $10,000 invested in it.
Heeds to get $8500. 571-0913.
10 '12p
1988 Isuzu Trooper 4x4, good gas
mileage, $1800 OBO. 653-1656
leave message. 10 12c

Childcare. I will care for your child
in my home, no matter what snift
,ou.work, or if you need a night or
weekend away. Fenced play ,ard.
Weekly, daily & weekend rates.
Christian, widow, granny. Carol
Burnsed. 259-3747 home or 703-
4332 cell. 10 5-12p
Handyman services. Experienced
in construction, tile, drywall, metal
framing & general repair. 653-2014
or 954-288-0706. 10 5-12p

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clenny. Baby boy,

Thrift Shoppe. We are offering 2 spaces .
for yard sales. Come & check us out. 259-
Saturday 7:30 am-?, Corner of East Blvd
N. & Shuey St. Great stuff. Name brand
Jrs. 5-9, household, clothes, lots of stuff.
Friday 9:00 am-3:00 pm, 121 N. on left.
Didn't open last Friday due to family loss.
Come & check it out
Friday 7:30 am-?. Miltondale Rd.. Mac-
boys. girls, men, women & junior's, many ;L

sizes & types of shoes & clothing, household items, home dec- ,
orating, exercise equipment. LCCC Nursing Student yard sale.

Friday only 8:00 am-noon. W. Thomas Cir. off River Cir.
Friday 8:00 am-noon, 4272 Birch St., Macclenny II. Good stuff,
Friday 8:00 am-1:00 pm. Saturday 8:00 am-11:00 am, 4
miles east of I-lo on SR 228. just passed CR line on left near
Maxville. look for signs.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm, 5853 Woodlawn Cem-
etery Rd., Macclenny. All sorts of collectibles, wide variety of
items, liftcnair $1000, electric wheelchair $1500. 904-233-
2942. No early birds.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm, 11749 Faye Rd. off 23B
by elementary school. 2nd on right.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, Corner of Woodlawn Rd. & Grant
St., bad- of house. Huge sale.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?. 26480 CR 250 in Taylor at the
Linsters. Ladies & maternity clothes, baby boy some new.
Lots of everything.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, 125 S. from Glen to 4 way stop,
turn right 1 mile, 86119 Mudlake Rd. 55 year accumulation. .
Stove, sofa, chairs, tables, lamps, dishes, pictures, toys.
clothes, microwave, bedspreads,, comforters, exercise bike,
pillows, stereos, bed, radios, clocks, curtains, truck, chest, sil-
verware, glasses, canisters, vases, desk, what nots, shelves,
luggage, tree climber, camo., boots, frames, rugs, much more.
3 families.
Saturday 6:30 am-?, 610 Quail Lane. Children & adult clothes.
all sizes, much more.
Saturday 8:00 am-3:00 pm, US 90 W @ Cuts & Stuff Beauty
Salon. Multi family.
Saturday 8:00 am-noon. 483 N. 5th St., Apt. 2. Household
items, furniture, children & Women's clothing. 3 families.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, Odis Yarbrough Rd., Hunter's Ridge W.
Saturday, 460 Canary Lane off Lowder.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 10620 Suzanne Dr. Fall & Christmas .
items, clothing, miscellaneous. 2 families.
Saturday 7:00 am-2:00 pm. 103 Eloise St. off 6th St. Couch,
loveseat, table soccer, miscellaneous items.
Saturday 9:00 am-?, Glen Cash Store, Hwy 90 E. White futon
bunkbed. microwave, namebrand clothes. 259-2381.
Saturday 8:00 am-?. Creekside Dr. off Woodlawn Rd.
Saturday 8:00 am -noon, on Lowder at 23-B & Lowder intersec-
tion, Baby boy clothes 0-5T, maternity clothes, misc. 2 families.


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As of this date, September 18,
2006, 1, Michael Shedd, will no
longer be responsible for any debts
made by Paula Shedd or anyone
else. 9/21-10/12p
Housecleaning. Reasonable, de-
pendable, references. Call Alice at
259-5500. 9/28-10/19p
We do small job land clearing,
bush hog mowing, scatter dirt, root
rake, etc., also tree trimming & re-
moval. 259-7968. 6/29tfc
Cash for-your junk car or truck. I
haul. 904-509-0921. 5/4-10/26p
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in
good condition. Call Karin'at South-
ern Charm 259-4140. 2/13tfc
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-
7968. 4/22tfc
Need housecleaning. help for the
holidays? Call Cindy at 259-9431.
Pony party package: $250 for
3 hours, 16 children, includes
screened pavilion with game ta-
bles, ponies, moonwalker, slide,
train, hayride & more. Horse Gate
Trail, Glen St. Mary, 259-2465..

Horse w/tack, good with kids,
$1200. 259-2465. 10/12p
Pug puppies, 2 black females, 2
fawn, $400. 259-6276. 10/12p
Dogs: all types from puppies to
adults. Animal Control, $50 board-
ing fees will apply. 259-6786.
Bulldog puppies, $75 each. 370-
4114 or 259-7021. 10/5-12p

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Advertising Deadline

Monday at 5:00


Best location in the county for the
new drive thru convenience store
concept, drive through gourmet cof-
fee shop, car wash, dry/fold laun-
dromat, ice vending machine, drive
through produce, barber shop, hot
dog stand, office or retail space.
100 ft. frontage by 140 ft. deep, lo-
cated on S. 6th St. between Waffle
House & American Inn, 350 ft. to
1-10. This "hot" location .is avail-
able for only $169,900. Call Florida
Crown Realty 259-6555. 8/17tfc

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at-home, weight loss products, health
products. While the newspaper uses
reasonable discretion in deciding on
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of claims. Respondents should use
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Baker County Sheriff's Office is
now accepting applications for a
control room operator. Please con-
tact Chief John Finley at 259-2231.
Baker County Sheriff's Office is an
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Company specializing in erosion
control now hiring the following
positions: Crew leaders, equip-
ment operators, laborers, class A
CDL drivers. Valid driver's license
a MUST. Fax resume to 904-275-
3292 or call 275-4960. EOE. Drug
free workplace. 10/12p

Dental Assistant Needed. Are you
sincere & caring? Would you like
working in a positive, enjoyable
atmosphere where you can feel
proud of the work you do! If so, look
no further. We'd love to have you
join us in Lake City. Monday Friday
position, 9:00 am-5:00 pm. We off
competitive pay & benefit pack-
age. Experience is preferred.. Fax
resume to 386-752-3122.
Retail store now hiring assistant
store managers. Competitive pay,
401(k), health plan, paid vacations.
Fax resumes to 266-3381.
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service
needs experienced full time lawn
maintenance worker with valid
Florida drivers license. 259-7335.
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools, benefits after 90 days.
259-5877. 12/30tfc
Pier 6 Seafood now accepting
applications for all positions. 259-
6123. 9/14-10/19c
Dental Assistant, 5 years experi-
ence required. Fax resume to 904-
396-4924. Don't have experience
yet? See the ad for Jacksonville
Dental Assistant School on the
school page of this paper. It begins
with the headline: "In just 71 Days
you can have the skills you need to
get ajob as a Dental Assistant."
Registered Nurse. RN primary
homecare team needed to work
west Duval and Baker county
areas. Must.have a minimum of 3
years experience in medical/sur-
gery. Valid Florida license required.
Community Hospice of Northeast
Florida offer competitive salaries,
flexible work schedules, generous
shift differentials and paid time
off benefits. Medical benefits start
after 30, days from hire. Come
experience the difference. It's Your
Community Hospice. Apply online
at www.communityhospice.com or
fax resumes with salary history
to 904-596-6081. EOE. Drug free
workplace. 10/12p

Local home care agency looking
for full time/part time Physical
Therapist and Occupational
Therapist. Contact Linda at 259-
3111. 5/25tfc
Florida Times Union early morning
newspaper route in Macclenny &
Sanderson. Must have dependable
transportation, cash bond & tele-
phone. 1-888-810-4524.
Auto Tech seeks mechanic's help-
er. Apply before 10:00 am, Monday
Friday. 6974 E. Mt. Vernon, Glen
St. Mary. No phone calls, please.
Need Saturday babysitter in my
home, must have references. 259-
9128. 10/12p
Local security company is seek-
ing individual to schedule approxi-
mately 250 security officers. Must
be computer literate, have excellent
memory skills and be detailed ori-
ented. Call 904-384-8071 or apply
in person at 528 S. Edgewood Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32205. 10/5-12c
Part time w/full time potential.
Looking for motivated, qualified per-
son in Baker and surrounding area.
Experience in sales helpful. Reply
,with resume & references to P.O.
Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
Need class A Florida's driver for
semi with flatbed. Hiring immediate-
ly. Runs in Florida only. Home every
weekend. Great pay. Call Mike at
904-545-0548. MH Trucking Co.,
Inc. 10/12c
Drivers wanted. Savage Services
is hiring professional drivers for,
local hauls in the Lake City area.
Class A CDL with Haz-mat and
tanker endorsements are required
and experience with tankers is pre-
ferred. We offer: competitive pay,
family insurance, retirement plans,
401(k) plan, home every day, uni-
forms, quarterly incentive bonus,
paid holidays/Vacations, career
opportunities. Must pass drug
screen, physical & PFT. Savage is
an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Apply at Savage Services, Lake City,
FL. 386-755-9097 for directions.

Full time/part time drivers, must
be drug free & have clean driv-
ing record. Apply at Baker County
Council on Aging. 259-2223 x 231.

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which makes it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or discrimina-
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handicap, familiar status or national ori-
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and people securing custody of children
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To complain of discrimination, call HUD
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free telephone number for the impaired
is 1-800-927-9275.
Land/home package. New. 2260
SF, 4 BR, 2 BA on / acre in Baker
County, $110,000. 904-259-8028.
3 BR, 2 BA house with 2 rental
mobile homes on 13.2+- acres in
the Georgia Bend area, big work-
shop & 2nd kitchen, $190,000.
904-629-1779. 5/25tfc
2.25 acres, high & dry, fish pond &
complete setup, ready to move on!
Homes & mobile homes. Georgia
Bend, 15 minutes to 1-10, $50,000,
owner financing, or 10% cash dis-
count. 912-843-8118. 9/28tfc
% acre land, zoned mobile home.
338-4026. 10/5-26c
New construction. 1800+ SF, 4
BR, 21/2 BA, 9 ft. ceilings, crown
molding throughout, off grade foun-
dation on 1 acre in N. Macclenny,
$195,900. 904-219-0480.9/21tfc
Baker County. 112 acre lots, North

Macclenny on St. Marys River, well
septic, power pole, $60,000. 904
259-8028. 10/5-12cj
Elegant entrance brick home.
BR, 2 BA, 2400 SF heated, 13' ceilI
ings, great room, living room, dining
room, breakfast area, kitchen w/
white cabinets, both bathrooms w/
jacuzzi, master BA/walk-in shower,
security system, surround sounq
in great room, large sunroom nex4
to a screened inground pool. Branci
new 13 seer, high efficiency hea|
pump. Sprinkler system, beauti
ful landscaping. 2 room detached
garage w/12' aluminum lean to and?
a fenced area. All on 1 acre which
has an underground petsafe invisi-
ble fence. Wonderful neighborhood.
Great location. Serious inquired
only. $380,000. 259-4602 or 25C
6546 or 219-2842. 8/24tfc'
3000+ SF, 2 story home on ove'
5.5 acres with pool, spa, 3 cal
garage, $469,900. 259-9500.
1 acre set-up with mobile home,
zoned for 2, fish pond, $49,900.
904-653-1656 leave message. "
%/ acre, rare to find in Glen St. MarA
high & dry, close to high school
tennis courts, mobile homes OK
$42,900. 904-219-0480.10/12tfc
1 acre lot in Macclenny II o0
Dogwood St., $55,000. 653-17 7,.:;


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2" & 4" Wells
Water & Iron Conditioner's
Call Roger or Roger Dale

SFamily Owned & Operated
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WASTE DISPOSAL, INC. Fish ponds Top soil CONTROL, INC. OPTIONS .culverts Installed WELL DRILLING
Rod aohuilding Spreading 259-3808 an.. 259-2536 r~nrnnmt

Garbage pickup for Baker County
Roll off Dumpsters
Kent Kirkland, Owner/Operator
Fill dirt ~ Millings ~ Slag
Concrete washout
Land clearing ~ Fish ponds
Road built
Houses/buildings demo
Inground pools demo
.904-445-8836 days
904-653-2493 evenings
Water softeners Iron filters
Sales Rentals Service
Total water softener supplies
Salt delivery
~ Financing available ~
797 S. 6th Street, Macclenny
Fill dirt Top soil Sand
Clay Limerock Gravel
Fast delivery We will spread
Good clean work
Please leave message
Build on your lot or ours
Your plans or ours
Model home in Copper Creek

160*132311*2 Nextel
In-home consultations
Custom window treatments
Custom house plans
to your specifications
Qualified Good Teferences
Locally owned & operated
Licensed & insured
Slab prep ~ Driveways
Finish mowing ~ Boxblade work
Bushhog work
Serving Baker &
Surrounding Counites
Tires Rims Exhaust
Buckshot Goodyear Michelin
Nitto BOSS Eagle MSR
Custom exhaust Flowmaster
Turbo, Glaspaks
Call today for the best price!
24 hour emergency service
Emergency water removal
Dehumidification Mold prevention
Hardwood floor drying

All types of pest control
Call Eston, Shannon, Bryan,
Bill or Philip
Beverly Mbnds Owner
Air conditioners Heat pumps
Major appliances .
24 hour, 7 day emergency services
Call Vince Farnesi,
NHC, FHIA & NACHI Certified
Serving North Florida and
South Georgia
259-5416 fax
Roofing, Free estimates



Complete site & underground
utility contractor, Land clearing
We sell dirt & slag
Hourly rate available on:
grader, dozer & trackhoe work
Dirt starting at $85/load
Mitch Canaday, Jr.



Lawn mowing ~ Tractor work
Clean-up ~ Hauling

Oine call clansi all"
We clean:'
*Windows *Gutters
S*Mini-blinds (wash n'wax)
*Much more
Simply call
Bull dozer & backhoe
C.F. White
Engineered trusses for your new
Home Barn Shed Etc.
Free estimates



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)
Fall & winter hours
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
10:00 am-6:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am 2:00 pm

(CPC 053903)


Since 1963
Residential and Commercial
Pest control
Lawn and Shrub care
Termite protection
Damage repair guarantees
Free estimates Call today!
Sentricon Colony
Elimination System

Tim Johnson
Home repairs Remodeling
Mark Stevens



Professional painting
Pressure washing
Interior exterior
Residential commercial
Fully insured Locally owned
25 years experience
Docks ~ Retaining walls ~ Gazebos
Decks ~ Repairs
Floating dock systems
Call for free estimate
Tree removal Light hauling
Stump removal
We haul or buy junk cars and trucks
We sell horses
Licensed Insured
Free estimates
24 hour service
Call Danny
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So many options!
See our catalogs at
The Office Mart,
110 South 5th Street

Well drilling
Water conditioning purification
New septic systems
Drain field repairs
We're your water experts
Celebrating our 29th year
in business.
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New roofs Roof repairs
Roof replacement
Free estimates
After-hours computer repair
Networking, training,
graphic design and writing
Call Cheryl
Heating* Air Electrical service
Licensed and Insured
Lic. #ET11000707
Lic. #RA13067193,
Lic. #RA13067194 4/21tfc
2" and 4" wells
Roger Raulerson

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday. October 5. 2006 Page Six-B

FSBO. 3 BR, 2 BA brick house in
Whispering Pines, 1900 SF on 1/2
acre, lots of upgrades, $235,000.
571-5949. 10/5-12p ,
1 1/3 acre, doublewide w/out build-
ing, 3 BR, 3 BA, deadend highway,
high & dry, $89,900. 6534-656
leave message. 10/12c
Gorgeous V/2 acre on Estates Street
ir- Macclenny II, high & dry, conve-
nt to everything. Restricted to
b built homes only, $49,000.
904-219-0480. 10/12tfc
Farm, on approximately 13 acres,
8 stall barn, large screened pavil-
ion, oak shade, pond, farm house,
includes livestock & equipment for
pony party business & boarding.
Glen St. Mary. 259-2465.
1.28 acre lot with well & septic off
Woodlawn Rd.; $35,000. Please call
904-813-3091. 10/12tfc

3 BR, 1 BA house.on 5 acres, real
fireplace, highway frontage, $700/
mrionth, 1st & last month's rent plus
deposit. 904-653-1656 leave mes-
sage. 10/12c
Country charm with city comforts.
1.1 acres on the St. Mary's River,
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide with pool,
fenced yard, fish In the backyard,
$800/month plus security deposit
with I year lease. 465-3841.
2 BR, 2 BA mobile home on 212
acres, $500/month, $500 deposit.
259-2242. 10/5-12p
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, beautiful
riverfront property on the St. Mary's.
Honeymoon. Special, $595, month.
220-1565. 10/12-19p
4 BR, 2 BA spacious home in
Bryceville, $750 month, 1st, last &
$500 deposit. Call 904-392-9344
for appointment. 9/28-10/5p
3 BR, 1 BA brick house, 1000
SF, in the city; $750/month, $500
deposit. 219-0112 or 259-6237.
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home on 1 acre
in Macclenny. All electric appliances,
$750 security'deposit, $750/month.
Please call 259-3343 weekdays
between 9:00 am-5:00 pm. i
2 BR, 1 BA house in Sanderson,
$650/month, $500 deposit. 259-
2448 or 838-5459. 10/12c
Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C, no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-
860-4604. 3/17tfc
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on 1 acre
off Hwy 90 W. in Glen, no pets,
.80 rrimonth, $1200 deposit. Call
atter 3:00 pm 259-3805.
3 BR & 2 BR mobile homes, no pets,
garbage, water & mowing provided,
$450-$600/month. 912-843-8118.
3 BR, 2 BA pool home at the end
of Miltondale Rd. 1875 SF heated,
$1500/month. 813-1580.
Beautiful 1600 SF new home with
jacuzzi in MBR, all electric appli-
ances, beautiful neighborhood,
inside city, $2100 security deposit,
$1400/month. Please call 259-
3343 weekdays between 9:00 am-
5:00 pm. 8/10tfc
'New home, 3 BR, 1 BA, tile floor-
ing throughout on 1.28 acre lot in
Macclenny. All electric appliances,
$850 security deposit, $850/
month. Please call 259-3343 week-
days between 9:00 am-5:00 pm.

3 BR, 1 BA house in Bryceville area
off Horseshoe Circle. $500/month,
1st, last & $500 deposit. Call
Tamara at 904-392-9344.10/5-12p

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2001 Clayton 3 BR, 2 BA singlewide
mobile home in mobile home com-
munity. 994-4149 or 786-3399.

Timeshare week available, October
15-October 22, doubleshare A&B
sides, sleeps 8. $1200 for both, "A"
side $700, "B" side $600. Saffire
Valley, N.C. near Smoky Mountains,
east side. 259-2500. 10/12p
Oceanfront rental. 1 BR, sleeps 4,
$99/night, 3 night minimum. 904-
483-7617. 10/5-12p
Monday'at 5:00

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Persons interested in adjunct positions
must submit a College application and
provide photocopies of transcripts. All
foreign transript /deges mnst be
submitted with an offieal translation and

Baker County Medical Services
The Baker County Board of Commissioners is seeking a qualified in-
dividual that will be responsible for the management of its Emergency
Services Department which includes EMS, Emergency Management and
911. This position is responsible for supervision of personnel, purchasing
and professional tasks, involving supervision of personnel, scheduling
and other operational functions. A high degree of independent judgement,
discretion, leadership and initiative is required.
The applicant must have considerable knowledge of the principles of
management and their applications to emergency services. Must be a
Florida certified paramedic and meet all requirements of Chapter 10D-66,
FAC. Must have completed the state minimum standards for firefighter
and possess a Certificate of Compliance from the Florida Bureau of Fire
Standards. Must have 10 years experience in EMS or Emergency Manage-
ment operations with at least five years at management level.
Salary Range: Open; Dependent upon qualification
Comprehensive Benefits Package including Florida State Retirement
Applicants must submit the following:
-Completed Application
-Detailed resume with recent employment references
-Copies of Required Licenses and Certificates
Fax and e-mail applications are acceptable. (Open until position is filled)
Fax: (904) 259-7610'
e-mail: saral@bakercountyfl.org or anny@bakercountyfl.org
Apply in person at:
Baker County Administration Building
55 North Third Street
Macclenny, FL 32063

Planning Technician Baker County, FL

Grow professionally in a small community with a progressive planning
department. New position in rapidly growing county, many large devel-
opments proposed. Duties involve directly helping citizens navigate the
local zoning and land use change processes. Position requires exceptional
customer service ethics, commitment to smart growth management con-
cepts and demonstrated contributions to team efforts. This is a full time
permanent position with benefits and a bright future. Degree preferred.
Send/ e-mail resume to planning@bakercountyfl.org.
Planning Department, 81 North Third Street, Macclenny, FL 32063.
Open until filled

For Sale

1999 Mercury Cougar
5 spd, V6, Cloth interior
98K miles. 1 owner
very good condition, good gas
mileage; approx. 30 mpg.
$5,300 OBO
George (904) 219-0480(c)

New Fleetwood 14 wides starting
at $16,995. Call 904-259-8028
Yarborough Homes.. 10/5-12c
1998 Skyline mobile home. 16.80,
you move, $15.000. 275-2426 or
591-1425. 10 12p
2003 Champion mobile home. 3 BR,
2 BA land. home package, $70.000
in Yarborough Sports Park. Call 259-
3074 after 6:00 pm. 10 12p
New Fleetwood Homes, 2006 mod-
els sold for thousands less. Call
259-1100 10 5-12c

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3 BR, 2 BA brick/vinyl house, 2240 SF on 1 acre, Bob Kirkland
Rd. 2 car garage, front & back porch, large bedrooms, great
room. custom cabinets, lots of extras. Located minutes from
schools. just outside city limits, close to 1-10, $219,000.

Notice is hereby gi\en that the proposed ordinances whose titles
hereinafter appear will be brought up before the Baker Count, Board
of Commissioners for public hearing on Thursday, No% ember 2.
2006 and possible adoption on Tuesday, November 21, 2006. at 6:01
p.m.. or as soon thereafter as possible. A re% iew by the LandLocal
Planning Agency \ ill be on Thursday. No\ ember 9. 2006. at 7:01
p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, at the Baker Count) Adminis-
tration Building,. 55 North Third Street, MacclennN. Florida. Copies
of said ordinances may be inspected by an\ member of the public
in the Commissioners' office, address stated abo\e. On the date
above-mentioned, all interested parties may appear and be heard with
respect to the proposed ordinances which are tiled as follows:



The Robinson property
is located northeast of
Mudlake Roand and Travis

4'-' Rhoden Trail

Persons interested in commenting on the proposed rezoning may ap-
pear and shall be gi\ en an opportunity to speak at the public hearing
or may send written comments to: Baker County Planning Depart-
ment, 81 North Third Street, Macclenny, Florida, 32063. Copies of
the ordinance are available for public inspection at the Baker County
Planning Department. For additional information, please call (904)
Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if any member of
the public desires to appeal any decision made at this public hear-

ing, he/she will need a record of the proceedings and for that purpose
may need to ensure that he/she transcribe a verbatim record of the
proceedings, which record would include the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
According to the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons need-
ing a special accommodation or an interpreter to participate in this
proceeding should contact the Administration Department at (904)
259-3613 at least 48 hours prior to the time of the hearing.

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Notice is hereby given that the proposed ordinance whose
title hereafter appears will be brought tip before the
Baker County Board of Commissioners for first reading
on Thursday. November 2. 2006 at 6:01 p.m. or as soon
thereafter as possible, and possible adoption on Tuesday,
November 21. 2006. at 6:01 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as possible. The proposed ordinance will be brought up
for review before the Baker Count) Land/Local Planning
Agency on Thursday. November 9, 2006, at 7:01 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as possible, at the Baker County Ad-
ministration Building. 55 North Third Street, Macclenny,
Florida. Copies of said ordinance may be inspected by
any member of the public in the Conunissioners' office,
address stated above. On the date above-mentioned, all
interested parties may appear and be heard with respect to
the proposed ordinance which- is titled as follows:

i ,-,-' ., corner of
S : .Larimer Ro ad

and Dupree
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If any member of the public desires to appeal any de-
cision made at this ptiblic hearing, he/she will need a
record of te proceedings and for that purpose may need
to ensure that he/she transcribe a verbatim record of the
proceedings, which record would include the testimony

and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
According to the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons
-needing a special accommodation or an interpreter to
participate in this proceeding should contact the
Administration Department at (904) 259-3613 at least 48
hours prior to the time o tpublice hearing.
hours prior to the time of the hearing.

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with tides & PUrchase of 2 beverages
Noi vaird with any the, $ k
Fr;.6o jpqp per.:
Person Oct visit. on"ly Yalw o, Ic' pating storim
rxpires 10/24/06.