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77th Year, Vol. 26

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Macclenny, Florida 50o

Arrest for killing ex-girlfriend, woun


The courts, social workers and law enforcement
x witness the same pattern all too often.
Escalating 'erbal and sometimes physical vio-
lence spiral upward to a breaking point.
In this case. the breaking point occurred about
6:30 the morning of October 16
when ex-boyfriend Bobbie Dres- 41.'',..
sel, 29. of Middleburg forced his
way into a trailer on Nlacclenn 's 'vil
southside and shot Cynthia Linn
Below dead.
Mr. Dressel. the object of a '.
multi-state manhunt until that eve-
ning when he "\as captured near
Savannah. also is charmed with
wounding his %ictun's stepfather
Malcolm Johns. 45, with the same
.357 pistol.
Police sa\ MNs. Belowv's 7-year-
old daughter and her mother. 54- '.''
year-old Debra Johns. w witnessed
the shootings. Bobbie Dressel Jr..
son of the accused and the victim Bb't
,who just turned one last weekend.
,,as in the trailer in a nearby bed- Runu
None of them were injured tr
and Mr. Johns. who "was flown a tra
to Shands Jackson'ille after the
shooting, is expected to recover Decemberl31,
from neck and chest wounds. se arrested for
Mr. Dressel. w ith a history of t iere Cynthia Be
violentt behavior that landed him in She and step-fa
the Baker County jail three times, refuse to sign sta
"%as in custody in Liberty County. July 10,2006 -
Ga. on Tuesday and %\as expected threats and saysI
to waive extradition "hen he ap- nlotgun to Maccl
pears before a judge in Hines\ille restraining order
Wednesday monine. out on $12 '500
He then wldl be returned to August 26, 200E
Baker County to face a charge of violating inlunctio
first-degree murder and attempted Ms. Beh.-w 5 trad
nmrder.,amon other counts. eadagairrn; trism
,-..-A.hysterical Ms. Johns called ng he hotor
police at 6:31 after hiding behind vehicle at UC I wh
a bed for fear of being shot. Three corrections office
or so minutes earlier, the company August 27, 2001
monitoring Mr. Dressler's w here- latest order again
about via an electronic ankle from country iail
bracelet logged his location at SR ,olloA0ingQ day
121 and Hodges Road just east of

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the Johns trailer.
The bracelet and permanent no-contact injunc-
tion were ordered b\ Circuit Judge PhN1iis Rosier
after Mr. Dressier several times violated an order
issued in July (see 'Runup' this page.
S St. Michael Crews and depu-
ties Greg Btumsed and Garrett
Bennett were first on the scene, and
after determining the gunman %%as
not still inside they entered to find
M s. Belo% slumped against a hall-
way wall in a pool of blood. She
was dead.
Mr. Johns ,vas in and out of con-
sciousness lying on his bedroom
floor bleeding heavily. He told
Sgt. Crewvs that Mr. Dressel did the
Also in that "\ est bedroom along
with the the Johns couple was the
victim's daughter Kelsex. seated
on the bed ,\rapped in a blanket
,esset and crying uncontrollably, in the
\words of Sgt. Crews.
to Both the daughter and the young
son were quickly removed to a
nearby trailer.
edy Neighbor Melh in letter. 63. told
5 re police he heard shots and looked
i- E "t"iD res- out a \vindo,\ to see one person
an AK-47 i r
arne resderi e fleeing the scene at a high rate of
died tris week. speed in a Nissan pickup, heading
Mai:rnlm Johns north to Hodges.
ents The suspect may ha\e headed
riakes death east into Knabb's Pasture off East
bringing a Boulevard and exited off US 90 at
y Judge signs Trailridge. Chief Deputy Gerald
lets Mr Dressel Gonzalez said the basis for that
suspicion was a gate lock shot off
He is arrested for by a bullet. He characterized the
appearing at theory as "very speculative."
ai', bargain ris In any case. Mr. Dressel's
up Po'i:,elearn hereabouts remained a mystery
an objectather until late that afternoon % hen po-
Ms Below was a lice learned \ ia an acquaintance he
droe north to Fayetteville. N.C.
Mr Dre;sel vio- before turning south again.
eleproriing her Mr. Dressel refused to answer
out on bond Ie calls made to his cell phone by his
(See page 4)

Wrangling in some fun at the Baker County Fair!
Best friends Kenya Jones, left, and Amber Antoin brace themselves for a dizzying whirl on the Orbitor at the 2006 Baker County
Fair. Gorgeous weather graced the fair's week-long run October 6-14. PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN

Large scale zoning change approved

for development at Southern States
The Baker County Corn- lishes a PUD (planned unit de- Macclenny's sewer and water
mission on October 16 passed velopment) that will encompass system after some earlier bumps
without dissent a large scale 46 acres of single family lots and on whether connections could be
amendment to allow residential townhouses. made incrementally.
development on 108 acres off SR Developer Osceola Forest The problems were resolved
121 south now owned by South- LLC says it plans 290 dwelling and DCA returned the applica-
ern States Nursery. units on the tract, less than the tion without objection. The coun-
Approval was the last step allowed density, and Tony Rob- ty's planning director Ed Preston
in a lengthy process that began bins of Prosser Hallock, Inc. also recommended adoption.
earlier this year and involved a of Jacksonville said following At the same meeting, the
review by Florida's Department Monday's meeting the project commission acted affirmatively
of Community Affairs. It estab- will get underway within two on two zoning changes to allow
ofCmuiyAfar'I sab ilgtunewywti tw on tw zoin chage toalw

Located across from North-
east Florida State Hospital and
bordered on the south by Bobby
Sapp Road, the project earlier
8 this year secured a link-up to

placement or mobile homes.
They include 2.78 acres owned
by Richard J. Jenkins (Turkey
Creek Farms) off CR 229 south
(See page 4)

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Conm mission authorizes initial steps

for non -p ro nanci neitjali

The Baker Counts Conunis- space to federal inmates. and the bonds are paid off.
sion took a first step this week reaped millions in revenue back Countr and federal inmates
toward a ne\\. greatly expanded to counts coffers. would be charged at the same
county jail designed and built to Inmate population from the rate. not the case now%. and that
support itself and evdi\ e into a Nlarshal's Set\ice has remained dil result in a bigger e,..pansc
re\ enue source. faith constant o'er the years initially.
At its October 16 regular meet- without ironclad guarantees. The board': motion this week
ing. the board authorized attorney In recent \years, the number de-, authorizes only preliminary
Terry Bron to look into forma-. creased js more beds were need- steps, falling far short of appro\-
tion of a not-for-profit manage- ed for local inmates, ing the jail project. On the tan-
ment board to operate the jail and Sheriff Dobson said local gible front, the count) still has to
avenues for sale of .tax-exempt inmates occupied 147 beds on acquire the 25 or so acres needed
bonds to finance the project ex- Monday in the facility built for for a jail and offices that size. and
pected to cost $25-$30 million. 130. Federal inmates average 25- solve the problem of sewer and
Mr. Brown will be taking a 30. water ser', ice connected either to.
close look at the blueprint laid Responding to queries from Macclenny's near-capacity sys-
out in Glades County in south commissioners, the sheriff spec- tern or a free-standing plant.
Florida, where a 444-bed facility ulated the project could expand The county board's interest
is currently under construction to 500-550 beds. plus adminis- in the concept piqued earlier
on 22-acres of land in Moore trative offices for the sheriff's this month when an official of
Haven using proceeds of a $33 department and others. the Inumigration and Customs
million bond issue. CommissionerGordonCrews, Enforcement agency (ICE) sug-
The bulk of the indebtedness who made the motion for the gested Baker County is an ideal
is spread over 30 years and w as initial "inducement resolution," location for the 200-250 beds he
issued to the Glades Correctional suggested the capacity take into believes are needed to house il-
Development Corporation, a account what Baker County will legal immigrants.
non-profit established to manage need 20 years from now. The agency intends to use as
the jail operation. "I, guess you could call it many as 400 beds at the Moore
County Manager Joe Cone privatizing (the jail operation) Haven jail, said Michael Rozos
pronounced the arrangement until its paid for,". suggested of Pompano Beach, and with
'very straightfor, ard" after re- Commissioner Crews, whose offices recently opened in north
cent phone conferences with the motion passed unanimously. Florida will need a correspond-
chairman of the Glades County Commissioner Julie Combs was ing facility in this area.
Commission and the bond bro- absent. Mr. Rozos acknowledged the
ker who put the deal together. The independent board will "no guarantee" status of the ar-
Addressing the concern that .take in all revenues and pay out rangement, but told the commis-
federal agencies like the US expenses for the jail operation, sioners he anticipates no letup in
Marshal's Service and Immigra- and direct excess annual income the demand for beds based on the
tion and Customs Enforcement back to the county. It would re- federal government's current im-
will not guarantee participation, main in existence at least until migration policies.
Mr. Cone characterized their role
as one of "a moral obligation." MR "
"The theory is there will al-
ways be a need to house in-
mates, be they county or federal,
therefore there will always be a
need for a corrections facility.
Subsequently there will always P
be a revenue source," Mr. Cone
reasoned in a memo to the com-
Likely because of the absence
of a "guarantee" for outside in-
mates, the Glades bond offering
dated last March is "unrated"
as to its risk to investors. That '
usually translates into a higher
interest rate, and Mr. Cone said Y
Tuesday the Glades issue was
sold with a 7 percent yield, a T n t fi fal
two-point premium. 1 tti Jt l ). .
Shevoal proponent for a new jail,st Lt. Gerald Gonzalez (left) and Sgt. Michael Crews survey the scene of Baker Coun-
vocal proponent for a new jail, ty's fourth fatal traffic accident in less than one month, this one the afternoon of
argued again this -week the ar- October 16 on US 90 east of Macclenny. Richard Summerlin, 28, of Macclenny was
rangement is an ideal opportuni- westbound about 4.:15 in the 1994 Ford Ranger pictured above when he lost control
ty both to increase capacity for a and swerved off the north shoulder of the two-lane road. According to investigating
burgeoning local inmate popula- Trooper K.M. Boatright, the pickup then struck the first of two culverts, causing it
ter e u ogo airborne then overturn once it landed back on the ground. It went airborne again
tion and create a revenue source after striking the second culvert and crossed Thomas Road where it struck the stop
far greater than the one in exis- sign and came to rest on its left side. Mr. Summninerlin was thrown clear of the truck
tence three decades. The county and landed on a fence in a nearby yard before he then hit the ground. Trauma One
during that period has rented bed helicopter was dispatched to the scene but did not transport the victim, who was
taken by rescue unit to Fraser Hospital where he was pronounced dead.


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 19, 2006 Page 2

Contract for Green's Creek bridge repair

Work is expected to begin in a
week or so shoring up the bridge
on CR 229 south of Sanderson
over Green's Creek.
The County Commission.
on October 16 authorized an
$89,300 contract with J.W. Boyd
Co. of Willston, Fla. to replace
weakened pilings on the bridge,'
a condition that limited vehicle
weight to a three-ton maximum.
School buses have detoured
around the area via dirt roads.
Road superintendent Robert
Fletcher recommended the low
bid among three, and said the
project will take about a month.
He anticipates only brief partial
c_ closures to traffic during the in-
Other bids .were from Hal
Jones. Contractor at $145.945
and TriCord. Inc. at,$139.000.
In another matter also invol -

No basis for


on collector
A sheriff's lieutenant conclud-
edlast week there is no substance
to an assault complaint by a Glen
St. Mary man that Tax Collector
Gene Harvey raised his hand in
a threatening manner following
a heated argument October 10
aboutunpaid property taxes.
The incident took place at the
counter of the collector's office
that morning when Hunt With-
ey, 52, went there to dispute the
county's claim he owed 2006
taxes. Mr. Withe\ argued they
are not due because he has filed
for bankruptcy.
Both sides in statements to Lt.
Gerald Gonzalez admitted the
discussion went nowhere after
Mr. Harvey came to the assis-
tance of deputy collector Barbara
Yarbrough, and the complainant
said he decided to leave w hen
he realized the conversation was
In dispute is what happened
Mr. Withe\ said Collector
Hanre\ "raised his hand as if to
strike me'" \hen he ithe com-
'plainant) reached for his paper-
work on the counter.
Mr. Harvey told the investiga-
tor he indeed put his hand on the
paperwork, but did so because he
didn't know w whether itbe]onged
to his office or Mr. Withey.
Collector Harvey denied
raising his hand or making an\
threatening gestures, and his em-
ployees affirmed his version of
the story.

Tree stands

are stolen in

Locked cables were severed
to remove two tree stands from
a remote area in the Osceola Na-
tional Forest overnight on Octo-
ber 8.
The stands were located off
Forest Road 277 about two miles
from CR 250, said Deputy Jef-
frey Dawson, and were taken
between midnight and 6:00 pm.
They belonged to James Camp-
bell and John Delores, no ad-
dresses listed, and were allied
at $728.
In a case of criminal mischief,
Cynthia Pearce, 42, of Macclen-
ny was arrested October 13 for
damaging a 2002 Ford by throw -
ing baking flour into the interior.
Ms. Pearce's son Justin. 22.
drove the vehicle onto her prop-
erty off Williamson Road about
4:00 pm and he told police his
mother came out of her house n
a rage." Ms. Pearce and her son's
girlfriend, who was also present,
had been at odds, according to
the son.

ing the road department, the com-
mission approved purchase on
state bid of a track-hoe excavator
for $189,567 from Ring Power.
The package includes a buy-
back guarantee after five years at
$92,000. The county has similar
arrangements on road graders.
The commission authorized
up to- $25,000 this fiscal year to
support the drug court concept
that funnels first-time offenders
through a multi-step counseling
and education system in lieu of

criminal sentencing.
Chris Thomas of the Commu-
nity Counseling Services agency
originally sought $80,000 in the
current budget, and the matter
was tabled until this week. Drug
court has taken in 25 clients since
its inception, and is run both by
Mr. Thomas and County Judge
Joey Williams. .
Defendants expelled from the
program go back to felony court
for disposition.
The board recognized Sara

Little as employee of the month.
She works in the commission of-
fice but was absent on Monday.
Floyd Burtner of Sanderson
addressed the board briefly on
the ongoing problem of road-
side trash and debris, terming it
an embarrassment and a county-
wide problem.
Board members acknowl-
edged the complaint, hoping the
problemwill lessen with an addi-
tional crew operating from either
the state prison or county jail.




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Ms. Pearce was also charged
with domestic battery.
An employee of Richmond
American home builders report-
ed electrical wiring severed at
three homes at or near comple-
tion in the Rolling Meadows
subdivision off CR 23B north of
The vandalism occurred over-
night October 10, and employee
Morgan Massey estimated repair
costs will be "extensive" because.
the houses will have to be re-

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Opinion Comment





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Jessic:a Prevatt
Josh Blaclmcon
Robert Gerard
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'Self-financing jail concept worth pursuing

This week the Baker County,
commission decided to take a
bold look into the future by au-
thorizing the preliminary "how
to" steps in constructing a jail
with more than triple the capac-
ity of the one behind the court-
The board hasn't started
spending money yet, but by the
time it makes the next major de-
cision on this project, it will be
doing just that.
The concept is fairly simple:
create an independent non-profit
board to manage the jail and use
funds from federal boarders .to
pay the mortgage and operation-
al expenses.
It's an "arms length" arrange-
ment that keeps the county com-
mission safely away, using that
assurance as a way to calm ner-
vous investors concerned about
the lack of guarantees by federal
agencies there will indeed be

inmates for, a specific period to
guarantee revenues.
That needs to be the com-'
mission's greatest concern at
this early stage; that and a clear
understanding of how taxpayers
are exposed (or protected from
exposure) with such an arrange-
Sheriff Joey Dobson, who
wants a bigger jail and expanded
office space, reasons this is the
best way to get that and simul-
taneously remove the burden of
constructing a 400-500 bed jail
from the, local taxpayers..
Glades County in south Flor-
ida apparently is the guinea pig
in this new concept, and already
is building its new jail counting
on about 400 regular "guests"
from the immigration agency,
people who are either awaiting
hearings. waiting to be sent back
(that's ajoke!) or kept in custody
for other reasons.

Oct. 15, 2006
Desert Diary

sion in Wisconsin and one of my
,friends, Richard Smestad, lit up
and said he had heard about it.
He challenged me to start putting
a Chuck Norris reference in ev-
ery brief we did from then on.
He would also pass by me
.with a Chuck Norris and I had to
_*_1- 1 NI 11;,A1 +. ...-

CAMP VICTORY, Iraq-It's respond in kind. we cae it one
the end of the two days formally up-chucking each other.
known as weekend, so it's' time We get to Kuwait and then
to write another column. We Iraq and continue to see Chuck
do have huge news this week references all over. One night as
- it rained. Not a lot of rain, but we were leaving the dining fa- on Chuck Norris and the military
enough to wet the dirt a real cility, I stopped and said, "Hey, and wanted to interview soldiers,
gully washer if you have a small look at this." who were "huge" Chuck Norris
gully. He said, "Nope, I'm done. I'm fans
This week's column actual- not going back in." I thought immediately back to
ly started in fifth period geom- I said, "You've got to see the student who I constantly ad-
etry class at West Nassau High this." monished that if he spent half as
School last year. I had a student "Not going back in." much time on square roots as he
who pretty much drove me crazy "It's about Chuck." did on Chuck Norris, he would
with dumb Chuck Norris jokes He wheeled around, ?'I'm be at Harvard.
(i.e. Why did the chicken cross back in." I was not what I considered
the road? To keep from getting A flyer on the bulletin board to be a big fan, but here I was
a round-house kick from Chuck said if you are a Chuck Norris with four other guys-two who
Norris.) fan send your favorite Chuckism had Chuck shrines built in their
We've found those jokes are to an e-mail address. rooms-being interviewed 'by
actually a worldwide phenomena We tore off the address and ABC News.
now. I likened it to how World the next day, I sent in a couple of I told Richard since he had two
War II soldiers wrote "Kilroy sayings and got an almost imme- daughters and another due any
was here" all over the place. diate reply-from ABC Night- day, he could change their names
Anyway, it came up in discus- line, which was doing a feature to Walker, Texas and Ranger.

Mustard-slathered corn dogs;

riding ferris wheel at county fair
my favorite condiment by a long waddles and comb. His name
T -EIE BACK shot. However, every night I was Chippy. He spent many
1 lL B C-Kl walked around shooting photos, happy afternoons strutting about
I ate one of these culinary our yard, catching grasshoppers
PO RCH delights virtually drowning in and crowing loudly.
the yellow stuff. Once, I stopped Our preacher felt the rooster
KELLEY LANNIGAN to say hello to Joshua Potts, who needed a companion and
was manning a booth nearby, 'drove over one day with a
All my fond childhood and he discretely let me know I prissy Yellow Buff hen that we
memories of the state fair in had mustard on my right nostril. promptly named Henrietta. Old
South Carolina were rekindled I decided to ride the ferris Chippy and Henrietta became
last week at the Baker County wheel which I hadn't done in a fixture around our house and
Fair. I had a great time and look years. Glen St. Mary resident we truly missed them when they
forward to next October when it Carol Nelson, who was with finally went to that big Chicken
rolls into town again, her young daughter Heather,, Yard in the Sky.
I enjoyed hanging out at The allowed the child to accompany Seeing the chickens at the
Press booth. We showcased me. The ride would have been fair brought it all back in living
photos from our newspaper fun regardless, but sharing it color.
archives as well as shots from with a child experiencing her The best part of the fair was
the last year. People seemed first ferris wheel ride was a the energy and comraderie. I
to like seeing their friends and hoot. Heather was frightened couldn't help but notice how
sometimes themselves in our yet fascinated, squealing and many young folks were working
photo collage. laughing continuously until we in their church booths helping
Will anyone soon forget were finally earthbound once to sell food and drink, to raise
Ralph Kline's entry into the more. money for missions and having a
home canned foods division? Also, I got a kick out of the grand time laughing and goofing
Not hardly. flirtatous looks thrown my way with friends.
That quart jar of pickled by the ride operator who was The picnic tables were always
chicken heads with-pieces of red considerably younger than me. full of extended families, often
pimiento peppers hanging out In the poultry division, I came from great-grandma and grandpa
of their mouths actually won an across a large, white Leghorn down to the newest baby.
honorable mention. I just hope rooster and a fat Yellow Buff Even though it isn't the most
the poor judges didn't have to hen in cages side-by-side. original expression, the best
taste anything. I raised an Easter b,iddie years way to sum up the 2006 Baker
I haven't had a corn dog since ago that grew into a magnificent County Fair is this: A good time
I was a kid and mustard is not white leghorn with huge scarlet was had by all.

He said if his wife saw him on
national television talking about-
Chuck Norris, he wouldn't have
to change his daughters' names;
his.wife would do it for him. The
only problem it would be their
last name.
So we had to stand and answer
questions about Chuck Norris
and come up with Chuckisms:
Did you know Chuck Norris
counted to infinity-twice?
Chuck Norris sleeps with a
nightlight. It's not because he's
afraid of the dark; it's because
the dark is afraid of him.
Chuck Norris can lead a horse
to water and make it drink.
Chuck Norris doesn't love
Chuck Norris can have his
cake and eat it too. Then he will
take your cake and eat it, and
there's nothing you can do about
On the second day, the Lord
said, "Let there be light." Chuck

Correction noted
Last week's article on the
Code Enforcement Board meet-
ing incorrectly referred to defen-
dant Susan Bennett's business as
Bennett Fence.
The company name actually
belongs to a Macclenny-based
fence company owned by Wes-
ley Bennett, and is not connected
to Ms. Bennett's Country Sun-
shine Fence of Sanderson.
The newspaper regrets any
confusion resulting from the er-

Norris said, "Say please."
What is really frightening
is I've started looking for say-
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At the corner of US 90 & SR 121
Sunday 7 am 9 pm Mon.-Sat. B am -10 pm

The newly established Im-
migration and Customs En-
forcement agency, an arm of the
Homeland Security department,
says, it will fill those beds and.
could use 200 or so up in this
part of the state.
Baker County, in the words of
one ICE officer, is an ideal spot.
Again, neither that agency nor
the US Mlarshal's Service which
has been boarding here three de-
cades, will guarantee an) thing.
They only say there's a need.
What's the worst that could
Baker County taxpayers, via a'
loophole in the financing agree-
ment x ith pri\ ate in\ estors, find
themselves saddled with $25
million in debt and a spanking,
new county jail with a capacity

three and a half times more than'
what we need.
Is that likely? Probably not
Is it likely the county will
soon lose all boarding revenue as
the local jail population swells?
SYes it is.
Taxpayers will then be stuck
with 100% of jail operational
costs, and still be looking at build-
ing an expanded facility) or a new
one off-site in the near future.
Given those options, the coun-
ty commission. was right this
week to explore the options,
starting with close scrutiny\ of the
Glades plan.
We're on new ground here,
and the best course is to proceed,
but proceed with both eses \\ide
My guess is the biggest local

hurdle once those determinations
are made is finding a place to site
the new jail (I hate the terms
"corrections" or "detention" fa-
Sheriff Dobson fancies a tract
just east of Enterprise East at
Trailridge, a short shot up US
90 from the courthouse. It could
be pricey because of a reluctant
seller, and both the Chamber of
Commerce and Development
Commission are cool to the idea,
unless there's been a change in
Go west or north of Macclen-
ny and there will be a firestorm
'of protest from residential inter-
ests. And then there's the'prob-
lem of utilities.
Siting may be the biggest
challenge of all.


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602 S. Sixth Street, Macclenny 259-6-7o2
US Hwy. 90 West, Glen St. Mary 653-4401
100 S. Lima Street, Baldwi 266-1041

Murders his


Sounds her

(From page 1)
parents, Rodne\ and Edith Dres-
sel of NMiddleburg. They first be-
came alarmed \\hen NhMr. Dressel
discovered $100 nmissmg from
a wallet earl\ that morning and
telephoned his son, who replied
he needed the cash to support "a
severe drug problem."
The couple also noted the
Rossi handgun missing from a
dresser drawer.
When the elder Mr. Dressel
again telephoned his son about
the pistol's whereabouts, the ac-
cused said he shot his ex-girl-
friend. That was 6:30 and the
father immediately called Clay
County authorities.
Cingular cell phone also con-
firmed the signal from Mr. Dres-
sel was in, the general area of
Hodges and 121 about that time:
The killing is the second in
Baker County in 2006, follow-
ing by two months the stabbing,
death of Dorsey Bennett, 68, of
Cuyler. Two acquaintances were
indicted by a grand jury for first-
degree murder.,
The acquaintance from Clay
County who was in touch with
the fleeing suspect arranged with
police listening in to meet him at

Tag number
A license number noted by a
witness led police the evening
of October 11 to .the arrest of
three persons for shoplifting at
the Macclenny Winn-Dixie on
South 6th.
Travis Goad, 21, is charged"
with fleeing the store with $36
worth of shaving merchandise
tucked inside his shirt.
Candace Jennings and Johan-
na Miller, both .19, are charged
as accessories for picking up Mr.
Goad in the parking lot of the Ra-
dio Shack across the street mo-
ments after the incident. All three
suspects are from Macclenny.
Deputy Gavin Sweat and
Sgt. Michael Crews traced the
license and 2003 Pontiac to the
residence of Ms. Jennings on 1st
St. in Macclenny, and the trio ad-
mitted to involvement after first
denying it.
Mr. Goad led the officers to
the stashed merchandise includ-

a pre-arranged exit off Interstate
95 Monday evening.
Investigators from both
BCSO and the state attorney's
office, along with Sheriff Joey
Dobson, were approaching the
rendezvous point when the sus-
pect entered the El Cheapo gas
station and convenience store
and apparently told an employee
he had shot someone.
Two Liberty County officers
were already inside and arrested
Mr. Dressel without incident. He
was armed with a loaded pistol in
a leg holster the gun believed
used in the shootings here.
Aware that some family mem-
bers and neighbors of the victims
were critical of the sheriff's de-
partment on. Monday, Sheriff
Joey Dobson said officers fol-
lowed the proper policy in past
"You hate it when things like
this happen, but we've had that

boy in jail every time we caught
him violating the law," countered
the sheriff. "When they make
bond or a judge releases them,
we have to let them go."
The sheriff noted the official
who monitored Mr. Dressler's
whereabouts via the ankle device
described him as a reliable client
who telephoned in when ordered
and held a job with an. electrical
contractor in the Jacksonville
Ironically, the day before she
died, Ms. Below notified the
sheriff's department her ex-boy-
friend telephoned her about 30
times over the weekend and text
messaged her once all in vio-
lation of Judge Rosier's August
Family members said he was
upset the injunction prevented
him from attending his son's
birthday party over the week-


A Macclennyr motorist \\ho drove ii
emerged from the on-iamp at the ram
Interstate 10 and SR 121 going Elick
the wrong ,\av earl\ on October Mary,w
. 14 was arr.ted for DUI after he intoxica
was pulled o er in the \Vinn-Di- after he
\ie parking lot. the hboo
Deput) John Hardin said he vaulted
%\as on routine patrol just before to then
1 -00 am h lien a 1994 Ford truck Men
driven b\ Kenneth Pickett. 32, handing
emerged eastbound on the \\est alerted
ramp and turned north on 121. after wi
Mr. Pickett appeared disoriented Acc(
and confused, and declined to Griffis
take field sobriety tests, and later came ol
at county jail, to submit to the about w
breathalyzer. ter.
: He told the officer he was A 23
trying to get to his residence in ion wit
Macclenny (which is south of I- the fern
10) and he didn't know why he


n the wrong direction on
k Griffis, 18, of Glen St.
'as booked for disorderly
nation late on October 13
e allegedly hopped onto
d of a parked vehicle and
over a fence to gain entry
midway at the county fair.
ibers of the Explorer troop
g traffic at the fairgrounds
Deputy Brad Dougherty
witnessing the incident,
)rding to the officer, Mr.
used obscenities and be-
bstinant when questioned
vhy he didn't pay to en-
3-year-old male compan-
h him before he jumped
ce was not charged.

(From page 1)
of Sanderson, and an acre belong-
ing to Jody and Thomas Dyal off
CR 127 and Setter Lane.
At the urging of County Man- ,,y.
ager Joe Cone, the commission
appeared this week fa\ orable to
simplifying the process of zon-
ing changes to carve out small
parcels like these for ielati'.es.
Mr. Cone described the cur-
rent process as rife with "delay
and bureaucracy and said later
he favors granting the changes
on a "conditional use" basis.
Deadline Monday at 5:00
* S ,,,,o

leads to shoplifting arrests
ing a razor and blades hidden in a through the garden center with
closet. He said he took the items the DVDs just before 8:00 pm.
because he needed a new razor. She confronted the men, tell-
Earlier that day, Rebecca ing them they had to pay for the
Starling, 29, of Macclenny was items. One of them answered
charged with stealing $23 worth "Why? before they left the store
of merchandise, mostly make- and got into a white conversion
up, from Winn-Dixie. van.
A store manager spotted her The vehicle sped away south
stuffing items into plastic bags on 6th St. Surveillance cameras
containing merchandise she had may help authorities with further
already purchased. identification.
Deputy William Hilliard Two hours later at closing
tacked on an additional charge time, a clerk reported two laptop
of misdemeanor possession after computers valued at $2412 miss-
finding a partially smoked mari- ing from a locked display cabinet
juana cigarette in Ms. Starling's at Wal-Mart.
purse. The clerk said she last saw the
The losses were considerably computers about 3:00 that after-
greater at the Macclenny Wal- / noon. It is not known if the thefts
Mart the following day when two are connected to the one that
suspects ran from the store after evening, but police noted a fence
stealing three auto DVD players n outoo g ence
valued at $570. around.the outdoor garden cen-
valued at $570employee. told police ter was unbolted and could have
A store employee told poli been the route of exitce.
she saw two black males exiting been the route of exit

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Moose bikers donate to Sheriff' Boys Ranch
Member of the Macclenny Moose Lodge motorcycle ,: l. h ihad. 515 l.") 'rp tI, for Sherift'Joev Dobscon i hodiing check at rigt/a)
the afternoon of October 14, proceeds from several r et'at nI il r,a iers It bA d. d,-aiea to the Florida Shcriffs' Boys Ranch in Li'e
Oak. The club calls itself Moose on Bikes and president Carl Alav \'s Ic/l ,ih cleckl mode the presentation In froni of the lodge
on Lowder St. The club also made Sheriff Dobson an i.:-, h",n id'r),it. prst''atn1 uh a i i -shirt Pf,....:.P B KE,--. L i.i.-.r.,

Favors elected WMD directors

The Baker County Commis-
sion this 'week endorsed other
county boards in Florida on:two
separate and unrelated matters,
including a push to have govern
ing boards of the state's five wa-
ter management districts elected
instead of appointed b\ the go\ -
By unanimous vote on Oc-
tober 16 (Commissioner Julie
Combs was absent). the board
endorsed a resolution at the be-
hest of the Collier County Com-
mission in Naples;
Water boards, including the
St. Johns and Si tinhee boards
w ith jurisdiction in Baker Coun-
ty, have taxing power and hence
should be more ans\\erable to
the people, argues Frank Halas,
chairman of the Collier board'
St. Johns and Suwannee both
tax local property o% ners at the
half-mill mark or about 50 cents
per every $1000 in evaluation.-
Tax rates over 30 or o \ ears have
increased steadily, but not neaJrl
to the extent as the district's con-
trol via administrative rules.
Water management permits
for wells and construction are
wide-ranging and have great
sway over both the pace and de-
sign of projects. "
On a second front, the com-
mission will copy a letter re-
cently sent by its counterpart in
Madison County seeking more
information on rail transport
of coal to a proposed coal-fired
generating plant near Perry in
Taylor County.
The Madison board sought
from the Taylor County Com-
mission more information on
possible adverse environmental
impact of coal cars moving along
the CSX line.
The action was urged by Barry

To honor veterans
Nine living and three de-
ceased veterans of military ser-
vice will be recognized at this
year's Veteran's Day parade on
the campus of Northeast Florida
State Hospital. It begins at 9,:30
am on Thursday, October 26.
Honorees include Robert J.
Dennis, Boston Dicks, Stanford
D. Harvey, Roscoe B. Jarvis, Joe
N. McIntosh, W. Cherill Mobley,
Alex Robinson, Shelby Stevens
and Robert E. Thrasher.
Posthumous awards will be
presented to the families of Syd-
ney P. Andrews, Lester J. Huk
and John Rhoden.
For parade information, con-
tact Sam Kitching at NEFSH,

Parsons of N ladison County, v ho
appeared at Monday's meeting
representing Environmental Al-
liance of Northeast Florida.
Mr. Parsons estimates the 800-
megaviatt plant will consume in
the broad range of 50-150 ex-
tended rail cars of coal daily, and
part of it may be imported from
South America through Jack-
son\ille. That means it \\ill pass
through Baker County.
"The\'ve made no reference
to the impact of these trains

crossing our counties." said Mr.
Parsons referring to the parties in
Ta lor County seeking rezoning.
for the plant.
Commission chairman Alex
Robinson \oiced concern that
added train traffic means more
frequent blocking of the Sander-
son crossings.
Commissioner Gordon Crews
indicated he'd like more infor-
mation on any environmental ills
caused bN coal dust.
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Queries abound at meeting

PreDRlinformation session October 5 on Cedar Creek
BY KELLEY LANNIGAN education and sustainability full cost of impact on exi
Press Staff (quality:of life). road network in regard to t
The first town meeting called Citizens were asked to and maintenance?
by Baker County's plannmeeting called consider each category from Commercial and Industr
by Baker Countys planning and different perspectives such as Will the DRI expan<
zoning office October 5 gave what they liked most and least, availability of high wage jc
citizens an opportunity to ask They were also asked for areas Concern for increase
questions and express concerns they want the developer to commutertraffic toJackson
regarding the proposed 3000+ consider during formation of the for employment if DRI doe
acre Cedar Creek development final plans. sufficiently impact increa
north and west of Glen St. The questions and concerns high wage jobs.
aThe purpose of he meeting/ ere recorded on flip charts. ,* Increase of an
meeting Afterxwards. the three main of. signage in comm
as to gather information points were then presented to from more businesses,
through a series of questions the entire group: commercial districts create<
from attendees to help anticipate Health development.
the scale of potential impact Education
on the county by the ne\\ Will st
development. capacity of school
Information gathered \\ill be exceeded?
submitted as part of the lengthy Will cost of
DevelopmentofRegionalImpact school be paid up.
iDRI) and the Comprehensive b, 1 -
Plan Amendment Process -..: y Howper will
How will
required for developments of impact the disi
th cS le. V. ;.., *"" .. ability to recruit
The proposed Navona Creek : retain teachers
DRI located north of the Cedar administrators?
Creek development is not being .a, i-,- Sustainabilito
considered in this process. Keeping
Count) Manager Joe Cone town atiiosphere
called the meeting "'unusual" Boanrd tf Conmissii.ners secteitar .Am Yarbor- Provision of
and inferred that Baker County i;,gl r'ecoIrd qitueJItious and coict'rns floi mIlnl tree buffers bet
may be setting a precedent. pTo,, Ke.f L,1NIGAN developments.
"One of the developers told d
me that of all the projects he's Need for new hospital roads
e\er worked \\ith, he doesn't How to fund the hospital Inclusion of green sp
recall a community eer doing Impact on existing rescue residential planning
this," stated NMr. Cone. 'He services gro th and funding of The main points
thought it was a really\ good such services. recorded and \ill be di
idea." t a a reall ood Recreation into a document by the c
Ed Preston. planning and *Willthe275acresdesignated manager's office and press
zoning director. supported that by DRI toward recreation be to Adrian Development (
idea \vhen he stated that 20 taxed? Who will pay tax? apart of the first phase
years of growth management Will the countN' have access DRI process which lasts
experience exists in other areas to the DRI recreation areas? April 2007.
ofthe sate Will recreation needs After April. an amr
"We can learn from those for: entire community be plan including consider
mistakes," he said. "and considered? of information from the
hopefully avoid them." Transportation meeting \ill then go
The participants were broken Will there be alternate routes process.
into six groups. each specific or by-passes around Macclenn The final application
to the DRI's impact on o one of and Glen St. Mary? the DRI will be submit
six .areas: health recreation *Will additional interchanges the Florida Departmen
transportation, commercial' on the interstate be possible'? CommunityAffairs for ap0
industrial development. Will the developer assume by August 2007.


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 19, 2006 Page 6

A place for her people: *

Cherokee of Georgia builds

council house at St. George

BY KELLEY LANNIGAN Martin. She and her husband
Press Staff Giles, both of Sanderson. are
A leaders of the organization
A group of Native American Cherokee of Georgia.
women, beautiful as flowers in The council house was built
their colorful traditional cotton entirely by members of the tribe
dresses, lead a procession of and a few outside volunteers.
men, women and children across They worked on weekends and
their tribal grounds toward a during spare time they could
netly-built structure. manage. The building was
On October 7 the newly started May 5 and finished just
constructed council house before the beginning of the
of the Cherokee of Georgia October powCow .
organization in St. George, Tribal elders will hold
Ga. %kas officially dedicated. monthly meetings at the council
The dedication f as the grand house.Allof the tribe'simportant
culmination of the tribe's fall .business will be conducted
powwow held October 4-8. there.
The women stop at the entry The building's cedar poles
of the seven-sided structure built "ere donated bi a tribal member
of hand-cut cypress lumber. vith family land holdings in
On the buildings apex rests a He volunteered o
cared, wooden eagle its ings Kentuck. He volunteered to
ar\ oden i letoitartine deliver a group of boats to a
stretched veric toard he destination in Kentucky so
heavens. A bright orange ribbon
heavens. A bright orane rion that the trailer could be used to
is stretched across the entry transport the cedar trees back to
Gaining for 1the ceremonial Georgia. The poles were sunk
stroke that % ill cut it in two. s
Tribal other Vemie Martin into the ground six feet. The
calls the oen to lahands next 21 feet rise to the ceiling.
calls the prayomen to lav hands The remaining three feet pass
together or through the roof to formal a cupola
Fighting to hold back tears, she ith open transepts that allo
lifts her head and speaks up into rising smoke to escape.
the bright blue sky: -Thank you. Because e there are seen
Grandfather. At last, at last, a southeclans, thecouncilouse
place for my people ".. southem clans, the council house
place for my people ...
After the ribbon is cut the is built with se en sides, each
procession motes inside, designated to a different clan.
circling counter-clockwise oxer Each \%all bears the emblem of
the sand floor around a central one clan, as do the cedar poles.
ring of massive cedar poles The seven clans represented are
which surround the sacred fire Potato, Bird, Long Hair. Deer.,
pit. Moving counter-clockwvise Cat. Wolf and the Blue Clan.
keeps the human body oriented As members of different clans
with the heart always closest to enter the council house they
the fire. are guided to their appropriate
The women join hands seating area by their symbol.
around the circle of poles and Cherokee legend holds that
begin to chant. The fire keeper, the gift of fire \%as given to the
Ra\y "Hunter" Cockran., hearing Native Americans by a spider
a green turban and feather and so the Eastern-most cedar
headdress, begins to sing. pole bears a cared spider with
Facing in turn to the east. south, a glowing coal on a basket on
test and north, he calls in the her back. The pole car ings and
spirits of the elders to bless the painted leather clan masks \ere
c e establi'remoet of fie produced by tribal members
official tribal grounds and Jamie Spirit Warrior Nemoth
especially the building of the and his ife Feather.
councilhousearetheculmination Nlonmna and Giles Martin
of a life-long dream for Ms. and the members of Cherokee of
Martin, affectionately known Georgia have worked to establish
among her clan as Momma a foundation to preserve and
interest in
the rich-
heritage of
their ancient
peeo p,le .
U Completion
house is like
the jewel in
the crown.

NMartin is
The se i % tcI LE d c I:l I 'iu-(' PH -_' BYKELLEY LANNIGAN now in

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E\vangelist Linda Baughtman

Bffim- j S em-


Fueding couple arrested afier

threats to slit each other s thi 'oat

M~amai ,L1 fil Ii ,'D 5as cle,,ieiis aI IVV -ii 1' A-,i i'-iF L .rr

the knowledge that the oral
traditions of her people will be
appreciated and passed on to a
younger generation.

"We have been trul\ blessed
by the support of all the
people "\ho participated in this
powt\ow," said Ms. Martin.

The sheriff's department
charged a couple with domestic
battery after they both allegedly
threatened to slit each other's
throats after the other fell asleep
the night of October 11.
Deputy Wa. ne Limbaugh said
he met DannNy May, 44. at the
EZ Stop north on CR 125 about
11:00 pm and accompanied him
back to a residence off Madison
Dr., to interview the complain-
ant's wife Tina, 40, who alleg-
edly made the threat earlier.
The wife echoed the husband's
complaint and insisted he made a
similar threat after she threatened
to divorce him.
Mr. May initially said his \\ ife
struck him and threw a butcher
knife before he left the residence.
The couple has a history of do-
mestic violence.
In other arrests following
fights between couples. Issac
Smith was charged the evening
of October 13 with aggravated
battery for allegedly striking his
live-in girlfriend in the head with
a brick.
Brenda Bones, 50, told police
she and Mr. Smith argued over
the latter's alleged sale of drugs
in the neighborhood off Rock
Court and King Drive.
The accused admitted to Dep-
uty Jeff Daw son he threatened
Ms. Bones \\ith a rock. but did so

in self-defense after she menaced
him with a beer bottle. He denied
striking her.
Johnnie Jennings. 34, of Mac-
clenny said self-defense moti-
vated him to punch Glenn Wil-
liams, 48, in the face during an
argument over rent the evening
of October 15.
Deputy John Hardin inter-
viewed Mr. Williams at the Fra-
ser Hospital emergency room
"where he was treated for a facial
laceration and the loss of, two
Mr. Jennings said he acted to
defend himself after Mr. Wil-
liams threwv a beer bottle at him
on South 9th St.
Skywriters will

be atNAS show
The annual Jackson% ille NAS
air show "\ill be held October
27-29, and for the first time will
feature a sky-writing squadron of
World War 11 vintage aircraft,
Known as the Skytypers, the
aerial acrobats fly the 1940s-era
SJN-2 Navy fighter planes in
low-level precision formation
and "%rite messages 10,000 feet
above spectators.
The air show is the best bet
in north Florida to see the top
names in flying, including the
Navy's famed Blue Angels.

Pastor Shannon Conner

Located tw o blocks north of H\\ll 90 on SR 1 21

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 19, 2006 Page 7

Pumpkins and stories for prek students
TeacherPat McNeal, right, eis lit ip fr-,~ Jri.. ieU S chtI: sc'ii Ii r i,!h r.i,.ri.rle class on a.visit: thie First. l thI:d i'i Chlirlh i
annual Pumpkin Patch project on Fitth Srrn.et Gr.,iipi nt sidel,tiis ioc- eiiierta,iiII by/churchvolur.rt Toi:n\a WDeltle dressed ,
0tttiitp tiii int /i is la i told the i t' i lJ ic' r l fr U mpkin tl/ t h ,hta to change colors lit i t ie Iftti iid iit a oi.a 'ge Tin in 11r i ir also
learned fun factssuch as pumpkins are Ohinl,,l. s, f tje iinoi:ii iniiv! and the ,:reiii .; it H.i/ i n cL a. .-.:.-Loaterit.
SPioto by Kelley Lannigan

The unassuming Moon River Cafe a great

place to eat pizza onJacksonvilles westside

Entertraiinent Editor :
I am always on the lookout
for a great pizza restaurant, so it
came as a great surprise to me
when I just happened to stumble
upon one by chance. The Moon
River Caf6 on Edgewood A\ -
enue. %was just such a happy oc-
I don't normally go into the.
Murray Hill part of Jacksonville.
so I don't really know\ \what's
there. How% ever, my son D\lan's
band Soapbox Ha\oc as play-
ing at the Battle of the Bands at
Nlurray Hill Theatre (the\ moved
on to the semi-finals). Since they
\ere the last band on the card,
w ife Kelle\ and I had a little time
to kill, so w e went in search of
someplace to eat.
The Moon River Caf6 has, a
really cute and appealing facade,
so we decided to give it a try. It
was cro\ ded a good sign.
It isn't fancy place, but it has
,..a \er\ local look to it. The \walls
are covered with aft by area
painters. The art was interesting
and held my attention while I
waited for the pizza.
It had the look of a place that
would appeal to a younger cro\vd.
but the pizza was so good that it
had a clientele of all age groups.
The waiters and waitresses were
friendly and attentive.
Kelley and I ordered a veggie
pizza and w watched the chef make
it. It \\as fun to see her Nork the
dough and toss it high into the
air. It took about 20 minutes for
it to arrive, but it was well worth
the wait.
The crust was wonderful, thin
and crunchy. The sauce was also
vern good. Often pizza sauces are
either too bitter or have so much
sugar that they qualify as a des-
sert. This sauce had just the, right
blend of tang and sweetness.
The toppings were all fresh.
, with big chunks of vegetables
The pizza had lots of fresh moz-

Arrested for

having booze

under age of 2
A Glen St. Mary man was ar-
rested outside a gate at the Baker
; County Fair the evening of Octo-
Sber 13 for underage alcohol pos-
session, and is the same person
chased briefly by a county depu-'
ty on Crews Road just after 6:00
that morning.
Deputy Mark Hall said Chris-
topher Woolf, 20, was seated in
the front passenger seat of a ve-
hicle near the gate, and admitted
a whiskey bottle and a beer be-
longed to him.
Deputy Sgt. Thomas Dyal
filed two criminal complaints
against Mr. Woolf earlier that
day after the suspect raced ahead
of his patrol car after turning off
CR 127.
Sgt. Dyal said Mr. Woolf, driv-
ing an ATV four-wheeler, came
up quickly behind him on 127
and abruptly turned onto Crews.
The officer said he is acquainted
with the suspect, and' knew he
was driving without a license.
He decided to call off a chase
because of potential hazards.

zarella cheese that made it dif- pizzerias. \\len Dylan's band
ficult to eat %without breaking off pla\s at Murra\ Hill again in the
the lon!, strands of cheese. semi-finals. I kno\\% here ['11 be
It \as delicious and on par taking my pre-show\ meal.
with the price of a lot of chain

Threatens man with rifle
Police arrested a Macclenny the officer that morning, spot-
man for allegedly threatening an- ted Mark Cres., 25,, re-enter
other with a .22 caliber rifle dur- the residence carrying a rifle. He
ing an argument in east Macclen- \warned Deputy Hall, \\ho was
n) in the early morning hours of in the kitchen when the suspect
October 11. entered and, unaware of the offi-
Deputy Mark Hall said he was cer's presence, urged Ms. Young
flagged down by Dar. 1 Tyson of to hide the %weapon.
Glen St. Mary just before 3:00 at He \ as arrested for possession
the intersection of US 90 and SR of a firearm b\ a con\ icted felon,
121 downtown. Mr. Tyson said and possession %while under the
he had been threatened at gun- influence of alcohol Police also
point, found a stun gun in Mr. Crews"
NMr. T son escorted the officer jacket pocket.
to a residence on East Boulevard He told Deputy Hall he was
and Deputy Hall entered with attempting to scare Mr. Tyson
permission of Joanna Young, after the two argued about the
one of the occupants. Jeremy later's continued presence at an-
Van Vactor. \\ ho as riding w ith other residence.

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Police are treating damage
caused by several holes shot
through the front glass of the A-
Z, Grocery early on October 10
as a case of aggravated assault
rather than criminal mischief.
Owner John Bass, 50, of
Macclenny said he was prepar-
ing to open the store at SR 121,
and Mudlake Road about 5:30
when he heard breaking glass.
Mr. Bass soon realized someone
was shooting into the plate glass
in the store front, but told police
he didn't hear gunfire.
He hid brieflN behind a brick
wall. then called police.
Four holes "ere found in the
glass, and Deputy Wayne Lim-
baugh said a fifth pellet "%as im-
bedded in a brick.
iMr. Bass was not injured.
Two other metal fragments
were found one in a candy bar
on a shelf and the other from a
shirt on displaN nearby.
Gasoline thief

A Jacksonville man arrested
for theft of gasoline the evening
of October 10 \\as identified as
the same person \kho twice did
the same thing at a second Mac-
clennm convenience store.
Phillip Word, 30, was stopped
by Deputy Earl Gonzalez on
South Lo\ der shortly\ after he al-
legedly dro\ e off from the Quick
N Handy on North Lo\\der w ith-
out paying for $17 in gas.
Mr. Word admitted to the
theft, and told police he needed
the gas for a trip to a hospital to
see his baby.
Deputy Mike Lagle also
learned Mr. Word's driver's li-,
'cense has been suspended 11
'times, .
A clerk at Moody's Chevron
on US 90 later identified Mr.
Word in connection with similar
thefts on September 5 and Oc-
tober 5. The drike-offs there in-
i ol\ed $22.10.


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"-"Throughout this pai. n Iha.. pr,.. mised i ,. .sponible leadership in managing
Fello with a ri Countians, ,:

Responsibly manage county gro ith
Attract industry to best benefit the county and its citizens
Build solid county infrastructure
I hac thought a lot stand talked to .1 ni-Lt-ili. oF people on hI co, 1cl IIC\Ce tlhesLc goakl
Below I'd like to shLaC I iclNoi Co omc othe \w as I belic c can acLomplilIsh ch
goal and do v hits best ror oIur eomn"iiILinitC
Responsibly manage county growth:
Insure new development provides the roads and services to handle growth.
Maintain the county's rural heritage while providing tor places to live, work.

shop and play.
Coordinate with community partners to provide services in the most cost
effective manner.
Attract industry to best benefit the county and its citizens:
Maximize use of existing industrial sites and create new business opportuni-
ties to enhance the county ; ax base.
Insure job creation, especially high wage jobs. keep pact w ith housing
Provide jobs and xworktorce training so our young people can stay in Baker
Count) and raise a lunily.
Build solid county infrastructure:
Insure roads and other infrastructure are built in time to meet demands.
Partner with other government agencies and the private sector to insure
essential infrastructure is built.
Support the Baker County school system in meeting the needs of growth
while enhancing the quality of education.

Thanks for taking the time to read this letter!

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Calvin Ty Rewis

Baby boy Rewis
Lane Rewis' is happy to an-
nounce the birth of his baby
brother, Calvin (Ty) Rewis. Ty
was born September 21, 2006 at
Baptist Hospital. He weighted
8 pounds 1 ounce and %\as 22
inches long. :
Proud parents are Chuck and
Callie Rewis of Moniac, GA.
Maternal grandparents are Cal-
Sin and Jeannie Edwards and.
paternal grandparents are Law-
son and Cookie Re\\is. all of
Moniac. Great grandfather is
Charles McCook of Taylor.

"Kryssie Taelar Rountree "-:

Daughter born
Addison and Joseph areproud
to announce the birth of their
sister. Kryssie Taelar Rountree.
Kryssie was born October 12
at St. Vincent's Hospital. She
weighed 7 pounds 1 ounce and
was 19 3/4 inches long. Proud
parents are Chris and, Tiffany
Rountree of Macclenny.
BCHS Class of 956
The BCHS class of 1956 will
celebrate their 50th anniversary
Saturday, October 21 at the Hill-
top Restaurant in Orange Park.
As a group, we will. ride a float
in the Homecoming parade on
Thursday, October 26 at 4:00
pm. On Friday, October 27,
the class will be recognized on
the field at 7:15 pm.during the
Homecoming pre-game activi-
ties and during half-time as the
first BCHS class to graduate
after consolidation of county
schools. Please call Naomi Rob-
erson at 259-2350 by October
21, with any questions and res-
ervation numbers for the float
and game.

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Mr. Reeder and Ms. Griffis

To wed Oct. 21
Monica S. Griffis of Mac-
clenny and Jason J. Reeder of
Mlacclenny will be married on
October 21. 2006 at 5:00 pm at
the Christ Central Nlinisteries
on Sisters Welcome Road. Lake
Cit). FL. A reception will follow
at Tuckers Restaurant in dow'n-
town Lake City. All friends and
family are inm ited to attend.

Mr. Underwood and Ms. Crain

October wedding
Ke\ in Ufnler\ ood of Glen St.
MaNI and'Sarah Crain of Glen
St. M'y w i41.be married'en Oc-
tober 20 with a reception to be
held at 7:30 pm at the residence
of Robert and Doris Brown.
They invite all their family and
friends to join them at the recep-
The couple will reside in Glen
St. Mary after a honeymoon trip
to Cozumel, Mexico.
Breast Cancer
Awareness month
In honor of Breast Cancer
Awareness month, Macclenny
Nursing and Rehab would like
to invite you to join us for the
fight for the cure on Monday,
October 23 from 4:00-7:00 pm
at the Macclenny Nursing & Re-
hab, S. 5th Street.


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Clothes giveaway

at Central Center
Faith Bible Church will have a
free clothes giveway at the New
Central Center,.9846 CR 229.
N., Sanderson (the old Senior
Center building) on Saturday,
October 21 from 10:00 am-2:00
pm. There will be something for
The men of Faith Bible
Church will also be sponsoring
a free vehicle maintenance day
for single women. They will be
changing oil, adding fluids if
necessary and checking air pres-
sure in tires.
For additional information,
please contact Marva Williams
at 275-2770.

Haunted jail on
October 27-28
The.fright begins at 7:00 pm.
on Friday October 27at the Old
Jail on NlcIher St. in Macclenny,
and resumes again the following
night at the same time.
Again this Halloween, the
Baker County Historical Society
and BCHS history club team up,
to bring you the scare of your life
at the Haunted Jail.
Proceeds go to the planned
building restoration, and to the
history students for a field trip.
Join them for a scare you
won't forget!

Festv,, ll it FT f etside
First Baptist Church of Glen
will conduct a fall festival at'
Westside Elementary School
No ember 5 from 4:00-6:00 pm.,
There will be games for all ages,
inflatables, contests, face paint-
ing, cakewalk, Papa's train, door
prizes and lots of food. Students'
at Westside can purchase tickets.
October 30 thru November 3 or
tickets may be .purchased at the
festival. Funds raised through
the festival will go the Teacher
In-Service fund at the school.
Johns Reunion
Descendants of Jonathan
Marshall Johns and Mary Ann
Mills will gather on Saturday,
October 21 from 10:00 am-4:00,
pm at the Lake Butler.'Commu-.
ni\y Center for a pottuck din- ,
ner. -All family and friends are

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Congratulations to
Ernest St. John and
daughter Alexx on
winning the Echo Blower from
Northeast Florida Power
at the Baker County Fair.

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Can you believe this w\as her
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But who would have guessed
she'd have such success?
And on October twenty-one.
she \\ ill turn forty-one!

Happy Birthday


i Love.
Mama, Daddy, Cecil, & Ernie

VING FAIT Homecoming

October 29
10:30 a.m.
Special Speaker
Former Pastor Charles and Wendy Lewis
No Evening Service on October 29
12664 Mudlake Rd.
Glen St. Mary

You are invited to worship with us
some Sunday soon!
Sunday School 9:30 am
10:30 am & 6:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 pmin
We sing a happy song!
We pra\ 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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Retiring teachers recognized for dedicated service to school district
Retr,,ig ta1lhis Rhea .irga.n. lit and Beirt H;rris were recognized for their dedaarinon and service to the Baker Coitnrv
School District at the school board meeting October 17. Both teachers said they hope to continue being involved with the school
fi %..-Wim .. opa cir Ms. Harris said 1 ,iit ci, t etI'ni going to be there as a volunteer." Retiree Marvin Ruise was also re'i:oni:.ed.
but was unable to attend due to illness. PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN

Hospice sponsored

program Oct. 24
A community program will
be presented by Northeast Flori-
da Community Hospice on Tues-,
day, October 24 at the Woman's
Clubhouse. It is free and light
refreshments will be served,
The program includes experts
discussing Five Wishes, a living
will and other advance care plan-
ning documents,. Topics covered
include: living wills,, health care
surrogates, durable powers of
attorney. do not resuscitate or-.
ders and next steps and how to
have the conversation with your
loved ones.
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day, Octqber 20, 2006.

for the week of
S,qclober,23-2 '
MONDY Sallibur) steal carrots,
oriental blend, mixed fruit, bread and
TUESDAY: Pork patty, sweet pota-
toes, cabbage, tomato/cukes, bread and
milk. .
WEDNESDAY: Sp.,gIttw w/meat
sauce, pole beans, squash, salad, bread and
THURSDAY: Grilled chicken, baked
beans, broccoli, pears, bread and milk.
FRIDAY: Beef stew w/vegetables,
rice, green beans, peaches, bread and milk.

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS. Thursday October 19. 2006 Page 9

Honor Rolls...

Elementary schools 1st 9 weeks

Principal's List
1st Grade -'Breanna Bell, Tyler-Eddy, Macy Gleaton, Matthew Griffis, Landon
McCune, Katelynn Muncy, Rockey Roberson, Courtney Waltrip, Kaitlyn Williams;
Levi Dugger, Joshua Haygood, Cheyenne McGee, HannahThomas; Caleb Crews,
Cole Cushman, Antonio Denmark,.Reagan Dopson, Mariah Grendzinski, Madison
Haller, Quinci Hand, Christopher Hill, Bailey Pisani, Tori Richardson, Miranda
Tubbs; Skyler Cales, Kimberly Fink, Amberly Home; Jeremiah Alderman,
Sydney Burnsed, Daniel Courson, Alaina Crawford, Olivia Crews, Jacquelyn
Donker, Griffin Hinson, Cooper Hodges, Taylor Moore, Brandy Norrell, Arlie
Rhoden, Jarred Spurlock, Austin West; Dalton Dietz, Joseph Young; Shayla
Crews, Lucas Morris, Haley Self,Mackenzie Williams; Billy Joe Btown, D)estim
Davis, Cameron Hauge, Cameron Kaiser; Collin Ambrose. Che) enne Ball. Regan
13arber, McKenzie Crews, Sarah Crews, Will Crocket. Br)sen Dopson. Ama\ a
Figueroa, Jade Hale, Laney Harvey, McKenzie Hickman. Krie Holman, Leah
Kerce, EthanKnight, CamrNn Paine. Jackson Sands. Lillie Starling. Noah Ta\lor.
E'yanna Brown. Devon Cole, Crystal Halveland. Preston Sutton; Deanna Caudill,
Waylbn Golden, Maggie Gray, Dale Gene Hodges. Joseph Johnson, September
McKinley, Hannah Roberts, .Sadie Sparkman;. Elizabeth Ambrose. Abbigail
Bagget, T\leer Barnett, Shoteya Coleman. Sydne% DeHart, Gracie Mobles.
Cavtlyn Peters, Morgan Shrull. .Amber Simmons; Ta lor Conner, Gefler) Gaskms.
Elizabeth Reagan. Parker Roberts. Brandon \ages.
2nd Grade-
Julia Doiron. Ben Ellis. Jared Esert. NMark Romano. Kelse' Strickland. Nate
Ta)lor. Sierra Ahrens. Mackenzie Arnail, ZacharN Bingham. Tanner Blanks.
Mallor' Cain. Rachael Clark. Christ) Cre\s. NMallorN Godwin. Erica Hartley.
Roderick Ha good. Mallor-N Mobles. Mason Mosle\: Grace FIN. Tiffan) Kenn.
Jessica Roberts, Amber Taylor. Clauon Adkins. Hope Fl\. Dametra Gibson.
Johnn\ Hodges. Amelia Loubani, Jordan Norton, Brianna Williams; Dean BrNant..
Chase Grffils, Sara Hilliard. NMacy Jackson. Christopher Touchion: Collin Crews,
Kaytlin Crews, Miranda DeHart. Jacob Harrell. Logan Monds. Landon Peterson,
Gavin Register, Owen Ta\lor. Olivia Bogardus. Sa\anah Brannen. Shawn Danese:
April Crews, Jenna Ellis. Cecil Hagan. Michelle Mallo\. Sa\anah Nloss. Christian
Watkins. Errol Whitfield. Ch\na Parker. Caitlyn Parrish, \i\ica Gaskins. Saige
Wilson; Brooke Burnsed, Bryce Donker. Aura Esterling, Ashle\ Hall, Kell.\
Lawler, Brianna Chandler, Baile% Cook. Mia Fish. Dallas Hill. Lauren Stemnme\er.
Jesslvn W\illiams:
3rd Grade Ka)lan Da\is. Callie Elledge. Colb', Hodges. Dalton Jones. Tristan
Lauramore; Corle\ Sweat. Alexis Wendel: Andrea Pearl: Ohliia Sapp: Jarrent
Barton, John Crawford. Kellen Dopson. Marn Elizabeth Elledge, Marcus Godbold,
Rachel Harrison. ZacharN Johnson. Grace Jones. Shelbie Martin. Larr\ Morris.
Cody Ratliff. Owen Register. Blake Roberts. Bailee Turner: Brach Dukeman,
Heather Wilkerson: Ben Crawford. Justin Hardee. Rose Thompson. Brandie
Callawa\. NMelanie S%\eat, Ashle. Thonipson: John Roberts. Elizabeth Stiers.

Honor Roll
1st Grade Christian Gardner, Marlin Kin-. Quantrel Ruise. Casey Simpson.
Lindsey \\alker. Leland Wiggins. Noah VWilliams: De\on Jordan. Al)ssa Rich.
Edward Ruise, Justus Tampoc: K lie Gabbard. J'ese Gi\ens. Kyle Griffis, SkNler
Higginbotham, Wade Johnson. Landen Oca: McKenzie Currm. Christopher Da'%is,
Tailor D3al, Markelya Ford. Jimmn Hance. Reece Har'ey. Tanner KennedN.
Savannah Lauramore, Lake.Lewis. Braioun Ruise: Jaclyn Adkison, Erika Bond.
Marcus Williams. \\'illondria Green. Klint Griffis. Curtis Harmon. Carlil\a
Jefferson, Christopher Kellar. Mark "-Rhe\,s" Roberts. Andrea Ruie, Lacie
Silguero; Jennifer Da\is. Madison Daiis. Aleara Ferguson. Dalton Hathcox.
Audrianna Lane. De% in Simpson, Noah Starling, Nicole Yaccarnno: Ro, Clark.
'Eiie Knabb; Keona AdkIns. Sa annah Anderson, Shelton Brannen. Lenton Geiger.
'Dalton Harrison, Na %lee Lumpkin. Asia \Walker: Joseph Bureau. Anthon Ortiz.
Mathew Sands, Savannah Stafford, E.J. Starling: Ke'onna Coger. Ton'a Flanders,
Lourdes Garcia, Jordan Glover.Jessica Holmes, Robert Knuckles. Zachero LIlly,
Cameron Scott;. Robert Baker, Caitlynn Goldsmith, Mackenzie Martin, Anthony
2nd Grade -Courtney Baldwyn. Cheyenne Cale?. Shanoa Murch, Leslie Nipper.
Darby-Weatherly; Corey Adams, Dalton Adams. Desiree Bingham. Katelyn
Campbell. Cla.\on Canaday. Amber Combs, Samantha Esans. Hunter Gro\es.
Marcus Hall Angel Jackson. Tristan Jewell, Alex. St John; _lackenz'. Clark,
Matthew Crews, 0Ow'n Matthews. Nlaegen Miller. Jamie Prisen; Jacob Anderson.
Cla. Brassart, J.P. Cuiksa, Blair Finle', Lani Foster. Pa.\on Goodman. Dami',ha
Kirkse\. Da% id McCaule\. Kaden NMiller, Charles Peacock; Caleb Cre%%s. Bradle\
Fennell, Kasyn Giens, Gannon Godwin. A\er\ Norman. Jacob Perr\man. KelseN
Wilcox;- Alyssa Cagle, Joshua Carter. Timoith Curr). Dustin Higginbotham.
Ashlyn Hodges. Taylor Miller. Chrisiian Pritchard, Jamie-Lynne Raulerson.
Ebony Da\ is, Eugene Farmer. Summer Harxes. Hale) Porter'ield. Shailey Rhodeii.
BTron Williams; Mason Filosi, Sarah Hicks. Kaitlhn Law. Kasandra McCook,
Kelsey Nash, Dareonia Hudson, Brandy Robinson, Christian Rogers; Austin
Hancock. Zachar, Korkowski, Brianna McElfresh, Macy Pa) ne. Michael Tolbert;
Trey Perry, Dean Murray, Braxton Moore;
3rd GRADE Abigail Carpenter, Taylor Carrington, Kristyn Carter, Brock Crews,
Al sa Hall. Hannah Har\e., Samantha Hinson, Craig Jones, Maci McDuffie,
Rhett McKendree, Alee Nipper, Jordan Parker, Savanna Rhoden, Bethany
Richardson, Sh\ anne Shumnate. Garrett Stavely; Ashton Alford, Hunter Bumsed,
Brooklyn Chambers, Haleigh Crawford, Tyler Groves, Brandon Harris, Mondrell
Jefferson, Jackson Neri, Mason Taylor,- Kate Whitehead; Sheldon Griffis, Katlynn
Schlarbaum: Sean Longendyke; Scarlett Browning, Taylor Harris, Robbie Martin,
S)dne) Williams; Jessie Cox, Andrew DeHart, Katelhnn Flandreau. Dylan'
Irish, James Nelson. .Ia\an Robinson. Ashle) Suggs. Hannah Wilkerson: Caitlin
Crawford. Gabnielle Starling: Logan Campbell. Shelb\ Cre\s, Gydeon Fernandez,
Grant Peterson. Panton Prescott. Austui Rhlodcni: Jeremiah [Ierson; Tucker Hart,
Jordan Muncy, Dillon Nipper, Jesse Regnier, Hunter Riggs, Jacob Schmehl, Jordan


TA.BE. test
The test for Adult Basic Edu-
cation (T.A.B.E.) will be given
on Friday, October 27 at 9:00
am at the Family. Service, Cen-
ter adjacent to Keller Intermedi-
ate School. Registration begins
promptly at 9:00 am. For more
information, call 259-4110.

for the week of
October 23-27
MONDAY: Breakfast pizza, fruit
juice and milk.
TUESDAY: Sausage biscuit, fruit
juice and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Cereal with multi
grain toast, fruit juice and milk.
THURSDAY: Pancakes and sau-
sage, fruit juice and milk.
FRIDAY: Waffles, fruit juice and
Cold lunch plate or chef salad with
wheat roll or crackers, and dessert
(when offered) OR
MONDAY: Pepperoni pizza slice
or chunky chicken soup w/homemade
wheat roll, seasoned mixed vegeta-
bles, tossed salad, chilled fruit choice
and milk.
TUESDAY: Oven baked chicken
w/slice of cornbead or deli, turkey &
cheese sandwich on whole grain bun,
whipped potatoes, steamed broccoli,
chilled fruit choice and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Turkey &.,rice
casserole or breaded chicken patty
on whole grain bun, hashbrown patty,
lettuce & tomato slices, chilled fruit
choice and milk.
THURSDAY: Baked hot pocket
or golden corndog, baked french fries,
creamy slaw, chilled fruit choice w/
slice of homemade cake and milk.
FRIDAY: Spaghetti w/meat sauce
& slice of homemade Italian bread
or chef's choice, Italian pole beans,
tossed salad & dressing, chilled fruit
choice and milk.

Truck or Treat
Otis Road Church of God
would like to invite you to their
1st annual Truck or Treat on Oc-
tober 31 from 6:30-8:30 pm at
801 Otis Road.


Principal's List
1" Grade Avery Bryan, Allie England, Emma Gipson, Zac Gregory, Blane
Griffis, Corben Hodges, Tucker Kinghorn, Larry Mulligan, Carson Padgett,
Ashley Paulson, Hailee Rodgers, Clayt Smith, Shelby Behm, S.L. Johns, Britney
Lauramore, Joshua Barton, Carson Gray, Addison Hannah, Billy Hines, Nicolas
Langston, Tommy. Ruise, Taelyn Smith, Matthew Voytko, David Cameron Blow,
Gregory Barrios, Taylor Craft, Abigail Craven. Tristin Crews, Lacey Durham,
Matthew Eldridge, John Green, Alayni Guidash, Jordyn Martin, Kelsey Ray,
Hunter Wilson, Dawson Yarborough, Vera Baker, Gabriel Cannon, Christian
Crawford, Dylan Drow, Alyssa Giddens, Madisyn Looby, Haley McCullough,
Don'neisha Wright, Bradley Barthlow, Briana Karpf, Alexia Carter, Hannah Ross,
Jordan Vanvactor, Matthew McDonald, Mikayla Brandt, Chesney Crouch, Blake
Dicks, Selena Gonzalez, Karli Harvill, Jarren Hodges, Nicholas Howell, Ty Kelly,
Krystyn Kingsley, Lucas Kish, Tara McDowell, Danae Miller, Mallory Morgan,
Karlee Nelson, Chase Nielsen, Minh-Trang Nguyen, Mallory Tonilin, Haleigh
Beazzo, Amy Belcher, Shelbey Frits, Keiara Jackson, Nicholas Lee, Anthony
Teague. Alyssa Thrift,.Elisha Watkins. Jacob Angelo, Savannah Harper, Jamon'
Jones. Loni Norman, Kaitlin Padgett; Jar ob Raybum, Sydney Rone'y.,
2ii Grade Anna Bowen, Amber Dash, Corn Mills. James Phillips, Fmih
Tedesco. Delanie Combs, Peyfon Eastman, Sidnie Fauble. Michael Fisher. Austin
Hartles. Madison Kennedy, Elizabeth'Pinkston, Hunter Brinain. Hannah Cainm.
Logan Combs, Tannms Crews, Jordan Griffis, Rena Ho%%ie. Lindse\ Love. Hunter
Meado%\s. S'dne\ Raulerson. Will Rhoden. Tiflanm Samaroo, Dakota Stitsinger,
Chaise Tab lor. Johnnie Sue Williams. Jadvn Yarborough, Savannah Crews. Emil\
Johnson, Julianne Beasley. Erica Flako\vicz. Emild GraN. Dasoson Williams.
Mason Harve\. Ariel Keene\. Alyssa Da' is. El\ssa Jones, Austin Starling Alyssa
Guidash. Shelb\ King, Will Li\ mgston. Kelley Hill
3' Grade Ka~la Charles, Johnnie Da\i, Crews Orender, Caleb Griffin.
Jack Koburger. Kate Meadows. Samuel Oyinloye, Shea Robinson, GraSson
W\agstafl. James Reed, Caitlan Rose. Brianna Bryant, Dona\on Br\ant, Zackarn
Carr. Hunter Da\ is. K\je Dais. Davsonri Fraser. EmilN Harris. T Hartle\. Jordan
Lauramore. Khalil Lee, Matthec Morgan, Brittan) Webb. Madison Fox. Alex
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SBr\.ce Donaldson. Catey Cavannaugh. Chelsea Crockett. Elizabeth Dillard.
Cole Har\e\, Elijah Ra\burn, Michelle Lin, Sierra Michell, Reginald McCray.
NMIles Finn. Ja\den Fowler. Tler Fox. Hale\ Freeman. Sa\o\ Jefferson. Jordan,
Johnson. Lia Lo\e. Sierra MicCa\nle\. Reagan Wilds. Caleb Carroll. Dalton
Johnson. Enmirt Paige. Amber Ruise. Chelsea Steven. Tristin Bentile, Cameron
Berg. Isaiah Brown. Rick\ Johns. Curtis H-armon AshleN Charles. K\ra Kent.
Ramon Leon. \\illiam Martin. David Snmith. Jaice Williams. Logan Foreman,
Angel Da idson. Elizabeth DiPenia. M,Nra Kronz, Nlakenzie Rhoden. Destini
Hires, Keinu Cram. Faith Green. Ja.\on Howard. Jacob Morgan. Brantlee RaineN.
Nicklaus Wyland. Z\mir Washington, .Jlamah Herring. Jahlisha Ruise. Susan
Reimer. Joseph Tedesco Ill. Brinan Wilson
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Landen Nevill. Eric Parker. Allison Theophile. Dalton V'onk. Jacob Waliman.
James Barton. Kaitl'n Dais. Cassid\ Farnham. Katelin Johnson. Austin Keene,
Christian Lee, Hunter Reed. Hunter Retcho. Peyton Re\\is. Brenden Baker.
Elizabeth Creus. Austin Feagle. Trista Gibson Chelanne Krauss. Austin Mills.
Cam'ron Moble'. Nicholas Phagan. Blair Shadd. Amber Thatcher, Jacob Thrift,
Jonathan Carter. Zackarn Crockett, Carle. Grari, Harrison Presti. Sanmantha Rabon.
Hunter Shannon. Alexis Steuart. Dalton Cres. Joseph Green. Siera Grimes.
Nikki Lower\. Dominic Pepitone. Alexis Barnes. Haleigh Boatright. Marcus
Harper. Tiketa Highland. Jada Jackson. Ta lor McNeil, Da id Me\ers. Ja Ila
Mood.. Maka.la Tennison. Detrone Watkins. Trestan Wilkerson. Samuel Ali.
Ciera Da is, Josie Shay. Jeremiah BrNant, Ste'en Care\. Cassandra Guajardo,
Dominique Nixon, Chris Robins. Hunter Small\iood. Robert Crau ford. Zoe Reed\
3" Grade TN ler Brown. D\lan Burham. Destiny Gaine). Michael Gronton.
Rachel Price. Shania Hill, Pe'ton Howell Daelyn Young. Ashle\ Bazares.
Stephen Eldridge. Keith McLemore, Anthon\ Simmons, Deangelo Thomas, AIssaj
Thompson. Dominic Combs. Jake Kuburger. Morgan Lagle, Ashtion Ra\. Zachar\
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Ricki Mitchell. Kelse\ Owens, Savana Rhoden. April Stitsinger. Zachar\ Truluck.
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.Amanda Rhoden, Bailey T\son, Kenny Hall, Jesse Hall, Cheyenne NMonfori.
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the holder ol ihe following cenificate. has riled
said cenilicar 11of a iay deed to be issued thereon
Tne cnrliiir.ae number ano year ol issu.jni, Ine:
descripiiuon :1T me proiierry and ine names in which
it wat ac s d'Lrd are at allows
Ceniihiail, Number 04-00240
Year c-l i.iujrce 200-1
Descripiron of property 04i-iS-21-0144-0002-
0010 Loi 1. Block 11. Seminole Ridge. a subdivi-
sion, located in Baker County. Florida, as recorded
in plal book 3. page 5. of the public records ol
Baker County, Florida Containing 7 5 acres more
or less
Names n whi.:n assessed William and Dena
Alil Iaid property being in the County I
Baker Static u Flor.jda
Uriles: su:n cenrtilicate snail be redeemed ac-
cording to ie law Ihe property described herein
will be 'jold [to ine nignesi bidder 3at mte front door
ol ihe Baker Counry Courthouse. 339 E Macclenny
Ave Macclenny. Florida on Novemrber 30, 2006.
at 11.00 am
Dated this 20ih day ol September. 2006.
Al Fraser
Clerk oi Court
SBaker County. Floridd
By Bonnie M PjIllecchi
As Deputy Cler ,
928-10 19
CASE NO 02.2006CA-0150
JOE JONES JR I i)live,
and ii dead, nis unknown
pu'use neiri devisee.
Sgranteies a..,iigneris enors.
i.rerdl .irs 'iji, l s arid all
olrer bper:,oris claiming Dy.
Through. under or against
him and all olher unknown
persons ii alive. and i dead.
or nol known to oe dead or
alive heir unknown spouses, .
ri ns i 0rv, r grantee. s .
Iust.ep or Oiher pitsons
idfiidg bt. r.inrougr. under
or agai lnI iri u,'l'r.nown
TO Joe Jones. Jr il alive, and It dead, his
unknown spouse. heirs, devisees grantees. as-
.ignees lienors creditors trustees and all other
persons claiming by Inrougri, under or againsTl
nirm arid all other ufikinown persons. ii alive,
and ii deed. or not known to be dead or alive
Iheir uninownr, :p,:uPs. neirs devisees. grantees.
assignees. lienors, creditors trustees or oiher
per-.onr Lairriing by rnrougn, under or against ihe
un :.non peirjoris.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a lawsuit has been
ilen 10 to uie ile anrid lor title by adverse posses-
sion cor.gcening me following real property located .
in Baker County. Florida
Lot9 of Block 45, Town of Glen St. Mary, *i'
according to the plat thereof, as recorded
in pnlat book 1 of the public records of
Baker County, Florida.
You are required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it o,, Michael S. Drews, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, vjose address" iS Law Of-.
fices of Michael S. Brews, P.A., 8823 San Jose
Boulevard, Suite 211, Jacksonville, Florida 32217
on or before October 27, 2006 and lie Ihe original
with the clerk of this court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
DATED inis 25 day of September 2006
BY: Jamie Crews
'S 28 J. i
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 November 3, 2006 at 10:00 am, at Higgin-
botham's Towing & Recovery, US 90 West, Glen
St. Mary, FL. 32040.
1992 Ford Ranger
The Community Behavioral HealthCare Advisory
Board announces a meeting:
Date and Time: Tuesday, October 24, 2006 @'
11:30 am..
Place: Northeast Florida State Hospital, Building
1, Conference Room.
General Subject Matter to be Considered: Organi-
zational meeting and general provision of'services
by the Community Behavioral HealthCare Office.
Please call 904-259-4671 x24 for instructions on

CASE NO.:02-2006-CA-0153
R.H. Davis and R.M. Davis

Arvel C. Crews, deceased,
Patricia Young Crews, his wife,
Arvel Dale Crews, Deanna
Baron and Sandra Crews,
as heirs of the Decedent, State.
of Florida Department of
Revenue, et al.
TO: Any and all unknown grantees, creditors
and all other parties claiming by, through, under or
against the estate.

Mortgage Foreclosure Complaint has been filed
against you and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it on Frank E.
Maloney, Jr., P.A., Attorney, whose address is 445
East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063;
(904)259-3155, within thirty (30) days after the
first publication of the notice and on or before
the 6th day of November, 2006, and to file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A., attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relieve demanded in
the Complaint or Petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court on this
3rd day of October, 2006.
BY: Jamie Crews


FILE NO.: 02-2006-CP-044
Trie administranon of the estate of Donald Da- '
vid Croft, deceased, File Number 02-2006-CP-044,
is pending in the Circuit Courtrfor 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
(11 All claims against the estate and (2) Any
obiectior by an interesTed person on whom this
notice was served that challenges mte validity of
rhe will. me qualifications or the personal repre-
sentative. venue, or jurisdiction ol the courl
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
6054 Minuteman Lane
Jacksonville FL 32117
1904 737-3737
Florida Bar No. 527572

Personal Representative.
Vicki Jones
S3644 Buckskin Trail West
Jacksonville. FL
S.: 32277

S j,:iris Rivier Water Managerne' Di.n r ric n r.by gives
I cIIEC ols iintenti lo Deny walrer well CiconracIO,'s
iicerne pursuant 10 ir.e ri iuiremrent iiO r Craier 373.
Flunda Statutesi F 3.). Parr iii and Cruaper:. 6.2531 ana
40C .3. Flnri:a Armirnistrainve COde (F.A..), to the fol-
lowing applicant on ijovember 7 2006.
L Bryan Jone.3
12339 Clete Harvey Road
S Glen St. Mary, FL 32040
The hie 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
The District will take action on each permit ap-
pication listed above unless a peitlion for an 3d-
minislralive proceeding nearingg) i lied pursuant
to Tne provisions ol Sections 120 569 and 120 57
FS. and Chapter 28-106 and Section 40C-1 1007.
F.A.C A person whose substantial interests are
allecled by any of the Districts proposed permit-
ling decisions identiied above may petition for
administrative heanng in accordance with Sections
120 569 and 120 57 FS. or all panries may reach
a written agreement or mediation as an alternative
remedy under Section 120 573 FS Choosing me-
diatiion will not adversely atecit the right to a hear-
ing if mediation does not result in a settlement Tne
procedures for pursuing mediation are set forth in
Section 120 573, F.S arind Rules 28-106111 and
28-106 401-.405, FA C Petitions for administra-
live hearing must comply with the requirements of
Chapter 28-106. FA C, and be hailed with (received
by) the District Clerk, located at District Head-
quaners, 4049 Reid St Palatka, Florida 32178.
Petitions for administrative hearing on the above
application must be tiled within twenry-one (21)
days of publication of1 nis noitce 0i within twenty-
my 1261 days ot the District deposiling iris notice
of intent inr, me mail for nose persons to whom the
District mails actual notice Failure to tile a petition
iihin this time period shall constitute a waiver
of any right such person may have to request an
administrative determinaiion hearing under Sec-
tions 120.569 and 120 57, F S.. concerning tne
subject permit application. Petitions which are not
tiled in accordance with the above provisions are
subject to dismissal. Because ihe administrative
hearing process is designated to formulate final
agenr.y action, the iting of a petition means that
Ine Disict's linal action may oe different from the
position taken by it in Inis notice of intent
Rose Parter, Data Management Specialist III
Division of Permit Data Services
St Johns River Waier Management District
10, 19
the holder of the following certiicate. has filed
said certificate lor a tax deed to be issued thereon
The certificate number and year of issuance, the
description of the properly and the names in which
it wac assessed are as follows
Certificate Number 04-00283
Year or issuance 2004
Description ot property 281S-21-0143-0002-
0030 Lot 3 Block 2. TimnberianO Estates. as re-
corded in plat booik 3, pages 3 and 4 of the public
records of Baker County. Florida
Names in which assessed: Philip Joseph Lefe-
bvre, Ill.
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., Macclenny, Florida on, November 29, 2006 at
11:00 am.
Dated this 20th day of September, 2006.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Court
Baker County, Florida
By Bonnie M. Palleschi
9 As Deputy Clerk
PROJECT: U.S. Highway 90
Water Main Extension, Macclenny, Florida
Project No. 04100-750-02
OWNER:City of Macclenny
118 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, Florida 32063
ENGINEER: Darabi and Associates, inc.
730 NE Waldo Road
Gainesville, FL 32641
Telephone: 352-376-6533
The Project is located at Macclenny, Florida.
The Work is generally described as Construction
of approximately 4,000 LF of 12-inch PVC Water
Main, 2,500 LF of 14-inch HDPE Water Main by
Directional Drilling, valves, fittings, fire hydrants,
air release valves, asphalt replacement, and other
All work shall be in accordance with the construc-
tion drawings, specifications, and contract docu-
Bidding and contract documents may be examined

City of Macclenny
118 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, Florida 32063
Copies of the documents may be obtained at
Engineer's office for $300.00 per set, which con-
stitutes the cost for reproduction and handling.
Checks shall be payable to Engineer. Payment is

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 19, 2006 Page 10

Cindy Below, 30,

funeral Thursday
Cynthia "Cindy" Lynn Be-
low, 30, of Macclenny died sud-
denly on Monday, October 16,
2006. Cindy was born February
22, 1976 in
Fay ette -
ville, North
She grew
up in North
Carolina and

Baker Cound
ty "hen
she was 17-
Cindy en- iA. Below
joyed play-
ig bingo at the Moose Lodge
and boating. She loved her chil-
dren and enjoyed spending time
with them and her family.
Ms. Below is 'sun ived by her
father Jerry Jacobs of Spring
Lake, NC, and her mother Debra.
May Johns and stepfather Mal-
com Johns of MacclennT; chil-
dren; Kelsey Kelly Taylor and
Bobby Dean Dressel Jr.; brother
Jerry Lee Jacobs (Gale) of Spring,
Lake: maternal grandparents Ge-
neva *& James Corvy of Mac-
clenny; aunts. uncles, nieces and
mephews. .
The funeral service for Ms.
Below will be held at 1:00 pm on
Thursday, October 19 in the cha-
pel of Ferreira Funeral Services
in Macclenny.'Interment will fol-
low at Macedonia Cemetery. The
family \\ill receive friends from
6:00 to 8:00 pm on ,Wednesday.
October 18 in the chapel.

Lecil Hunter dies
in auto accident
Lecil Ho\ward Hunter, 82,
of Glen St. Mary died October
10, 2006 in an automobile
accident. He was born March 4,
1924 in Jasper, Alabama to the
late Millard and Pearlie Harris
Hunter.. He has lived in Baker
County for the past 25 years. Mr.
Hunter \\as of the Baptist faith,
and enjoyed fishing, camping
and spending time with his
grandchildren. He is predeceased
by his \rife
M a u r i ne
B o y d
include his
Ho%%ard J.
(Shirle\yI .
Hunter of .T
Br ce ille "
Roger Dale :A
(Donna ) Mr. Hunter
Hunter of
Glen St. Mary, Patricia Diane
(Raymond) Guy of Hollywood,
FL, Danny Ray (Linda) Hunter
of Macclenny and Priscilla
(Walter) Wilcutts of Glen St.
Mary; one brother, Orvil Hunter
of Jasper, AL; sister, Frances
Gorman of Haines City, FL;
20 grandchildren and 21 great
Graveside services were
held at 2:00 p.m. October .13
at Taylor Cemetery with Pastor
Jim Cox officiating. The
arrangements were under the
care and direction of V. Todd
Ferreira Funeral Services in
Macclenny, FL.

Clifford Johns, 79,
dies October 13
Charles Clifford Johns, 79, of
Macclenny died October 13 at
the Mountain Area Hospice in
Asheville, NC following an ex-
tended illness. He %\as a nati\ e
of Dover, FL and had resided in
Law tey and Jacksonville before.
moving to Macclenny 15 years
ago. 'Mr. Johns was the son of
the late Ernie Covado Johns
and Mary McCormick Johns
and preceded in death by his
wife, Minnie Bursed Johns and
daughter. Wanda Johns.
: He worked for Swisher Cigar
Company in Jacksonville for 42'
years and retired as supervisor
in 1988. He was a former dea-
con of the Cedar Creek Baptist
Church of Jacksonville and a
current member of the Franklin
Grove Baptist Church in Bryson
City, NC. He served as a volun-
teer fireman with the Mlarietta
Fire Department of Jackson-
ville, FL.
Survivors include his sis-
ter, Lucille Mosley of Lawtey;
brother, Warren (Vivian) Johns
of Jacksonville; sisters-in-law,
Geneva (Wilburn) Griffin of
Jacksonville and Edna (George)
Sands of Nlacclenny; brother-in-
la\\. Nathan (Dorothy) Burnsed
of Baxter; close friend and com-
panion John Britton of Keystone
Heights; and numerous nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were con-
ducted October 17 at 11:00 am
at First Baptist Church of Mac-
clennx. FL "ith Rev. Ronald
Kimbrell. Pastor of the First
Baptist Church of Tracy City,
Tennessee officiating and as-
sisted by Dr. Edsel M. Bone,
Senior Pastor of the First Bap-
tist Church, Macclenny. Inter-
ment was at Riverside Memorial
Park Cemetern in Jacksonville.
Please make memorials to Care
Partners Hospice Foundation,
P.O. Box 25338, Asheville, NC
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

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

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First Baptist Church
"A Beai'. to Sunday School 9:45 AM
aki Ci\ i" Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 PM
Dr. Walter Bennett, Interim Sr. Pastor
SPerry Hays, Associate Pastor

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

Arron Lewis, 80,
Arron Ray Lewis, Sr., 80, of
Macclenny died October 16,
2006 at his residence follow-
ing a long illness. He was born
in Burlington, NC and lived in
Jacksonville, FL before moving
to Macclenny 31 years ago.
Mr. Lewis was the son of
the late Andrew Jackson Lewis
and Eula Lee Elmore Lewis.
He served in the US Navy for
24 years until his retirement in
1970 and Was a veteran of WW
II, the Korean Conflict and the
VietnamWar. Mr. Lew is worked
as a bus driver with the Baker
County School Board until re-
tirement in 1988. He was of the
Baptist faith and "\as a member
of the former Nlacclenny VFW
Post #ql117 and a member of the.
Fleet Reserve Association of Al-
exandria, VA.
Survivors include his wife,
Mona, T. Lewis of Macclenny;
,4 daughters,. Judy K. Lewis and
Brenda F. Sipe both of Elon.NC.
Jane Ann Lew is and Ramona
Lynn Lewvis both of NMacclenny;
2 sons, Arron R. (Rosemary)
Lewis. Jr. of Graham,,NC and
Lloyd Dean (Melissa) of Orange
Park, FL: brother, James Le" is
of Graham, NC; sister, Kathleen
Bo"ma'n of Burlington, NC.
aunt, Eva L. Moore of Efland.
NC and 6 grandchildren.
Visitation %\ill be October 18
from 6:00-9:00 pm at Guerry
Funeral Home and funeral ser-
Sices will be conducted October
19 at 10:00 am at Raiford Road
Church %ith Re\. Johnny Raul-
erson officiating. Interment \\ill
be in Oak Grove Cemetery.

Thanks to all
We, the grandparents of Seab
Rhoden, %want to thank each and
everyone \\ho so generously
gave their time, help, donations,
food and supplies, and \ords of
condolence. We also thank the
churches, clergy, florists, orga-
nizationis, everyone who. con-
tributed in any way. Your kind-
ness will never be forgotten.
May God bless each of you. We
are eternallN grateful.

573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am 11:00 am
S Xrship Services
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Marilyn W Pearce
died October 11
Marilyn Woodham Pearce,
58, of Macclenny died October
11, 2006 at Shands/Alachua
General Hospital following a
long illness. She was born in
Cocca Sacita, Panama Canal
Zone on August 6, 1948. She
moved to Macclenny 34 years
ago from Starke. Mrs. Pearce
was of the Protestant faith and a
Mrs. Pearce is survived by
daughter, Mary Kellyn Burnsed
of Macclenny: sons, Richard
Darin Alvarez and Matthew
Thomas Pearce both of Mac-
clenny; sister, Kelly Woodhamn
of Augusta, GA: brothers. Tom.
Woodham of Kingsley Lake,
Wayne Woodham of Orange
Park and Jimmy Sutton of Jack-
sonville; 3 grandchildren.
Funeral services %Were held
on October 13 at the DeWitt
C. Jones Chapel With Rev. Dan
Hughes conducting the service.'
Interment \\as at Kingsley Lake
Cemetery. The services %ere
under the direction of Jones Fu-
neral Home. Starke. FL.

80, dies October 9 -
John Lott. Phillips. 80, of
Glen St.
Marn died
9, : 2006 at
Hospice. .
He 'as
born June .
231 1925 in
NY and \as
a farmer,'7
truck driver
and diesel
mechanic. .Pnip
Survivors include his wife,
Shelia of Glen St. Mary; daugh-
ters. Sandy Oxendine and Penny
Hanmmond both of Mar)\ille,
TN, Linda Oxendine of New
Port Richey, FL; sister, Mae
Ayres of Middleton, NY; 10
grandchildren and great grand-
Services were held at,the First
Baptist Church of Cuyleri, 'v,\

Heaire htihtar .k
The family of Anne E. Craw-
ford would like to send a heart-
felt thank you to our friends,
family members and, churches
who took the time to prepare
and send the delicious food and
beautiful flowers.
A special thanks to The Mac-
clenny Nursing and Rehab for
taking special care of our moth-
er and their kindness to us, to
Elder David Crawford and Lacy
and Debbie Crews for prayers
,and comforting music and to
Guerry Funeral Home for the
'exceptional care you showed
our loved one in our time of
sorrow. It was truly thoughtful.
May God bless you all.

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: OralE. Lyons

Mt. Zion N.C.

Methodist Church
121 North f 259-4461
Nlacclennv, FL
Pastor Tim Cheshire

Sunday School

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

_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. Ha\. Jr., Pastor

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

SFilTh St. & 25)

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Sulda l Mrniig orship 10:1 am Vdnsda Bible Stud :I pm
3 una Nri rh I: 1 Thuir.,da\ l,,uth ,:01 pmm
Sunday Ehrning Worship 6:1111 p il
Nurmst prf, i I ,- :All kor',
S" Loring Church with a Growing Ilision of Excellence"
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-,' i,, p Pentecostal Church
Seventh St. & Ohio Ave., Macclenny

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

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

Associate Pastor
Tim Thomas

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

am .
pm Youth Pastorw
GaQ Crummey


Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6-00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Service 7 00 pm

S & ,- a.I.

Jesus answered, "Verily, verily I
say unto thee, e-cept a rnan be
born of water and of the Spirit,
he cannot enter into the king-
domn of God." John 3-5

-5unday hl 1.ii' am
Siti v ;"iiv rniq Srivii.eq I _l0 am
:ud-i.V AiJht 'IenA: ." iih pm
...\vidt.''Niirt. Se-m cr "..7:-O0'jrm
Where Everyone is Somebody nid
lesus is the Leader
.\ t -. ,'Y l:'-. :[(.COM I
Pastor Rev. Ernie Terrell

Jesus: The Way, The Truth and The Life
SundaN School 10:00 AA.' Sunday Etening Worship 6:(0 P.M.
Sunday Moniing Worship 11:00 A.M. Wed. Eve. Worship 7:30 P.M.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
North 6th Street Macclenny 259-3500

23-A to Lauramore Rd. & Fairgrounds Rd.

Mr. Summerlin

dies in accident
Richard Summerlin, 28 of
Glen St. Mary died Monday, Oc-
tober 16, 2006 in an automobile
accident. He was born Febru-
ary 2, 1978 in Angeles City in
the Philippines. Richard moved
to Baker County in 1989 and

HighScliool )OT,
in 1997. He
was ell-
ployed by .-
tioin Center
as a forklift
opera to r.
Richard "\as
a well-,man-
nered man Mr. Summierlin
"ho enjoy ed fishing, and co-ed
softball. He was an avid Gator
Mr.. Summerlin is survived
by parents Ronnie Lee and Ma-
ribel A. Burgin; paternal grand-
parents Doris and Ralph Odom;
brother William Henry Burgin,
all of Glen St. Mary; sisters Lisa
Anne Bruck of Gainesille. Ma-
riaRenee Burgin of Jacksonville
and Katherine Nicole Burgin of
Gainesville; his aunt Joan Burgin
Magyari of Starke and his Land-
on Bruck.
The funeral service will be
held at 7:00 pm on Thursday,.
October 19 in the chapel of Fer-
reira Funeral Services in Mac-
clenny with Pastor John W. Yar-
'brough officiating. The family
N\ ill receive friends on Thursday.
October 19. 2006 for cto hours
prior to the sen ices.


XL U. Ha pe f16r the (',m.unid
1Five Churche Ro-id
Hwvy. 127 Sandersnn, FL
Sunda)i School 9:45 a.m. i
Sunday Morning Worship IL.0Oa.m.
lWed. Night Bible Sruds 7:00 p.m.
i Fvely4'Sundaiv ightSe'iLce 7.00lp.m.
i' fidell!l f I iliams -Pautor

Norman funeral

is in North Carolina
Michael Joseph Norman, 63,
of Glen St. Mary died at his home
on Sunday, October 15, 2006.
Mr. Norman was born in Bakers-
field, California on January 12,
1943 to the late Nelson Ambrose
and Lelia Ruth Botts Norman.
He grew
upin Iowa
and rgno ed
to States-
ville, North
Carolina in b

He has
livedin Glen
St. NMarn
for the last ,
six months.

joyed play- Ar
ing golf and an
shooting pool. He was a mem-
ber of the Elks Lodge #1823,
of Statesville, NC, the Moose
Lodge, and a former member of,
APICS. He served on numerous
Mr. Norman is surv ived bN his
loving mife of 17 years, Lillian
Johns Norman: children Keri
Jo Peevy (lichael) of Zebulon,-
N.C., Jami Noel Jarren i(Kevin)
of Kernersv ille,N.C..Diane Har-
rington (Richard). Karen Samp-..
sel (Huerbertu, and Susan MNar-
(in (Charles), all of Statesville:
brother Robert Norman (Peggvy
of Albuquerque.N N .: sister Ev-
elyn Norman of Salem. Oregon;
several nieces. 12 grandchildren
and one great-granddaughter.
The funeral senice for Mr.
Norman %"ill be held ThursdaN.
October 19 at 3:00 pm at East
Bend Baptist Church in Yadkin-
Aille. North Carolina. Interment
\\ill follow in East Bend Baptist
Church Cemetery.
u-Local arrangements were
under the direction of Ferreira,
Funeral Services of Macclenny.
Arrangements in North Carolina
'are being handled by Mack-Rea-
vis Funeral Home and the fanilyi
asks that anm floral arrangements
be sent to them at 2001 Nlain St..
'Yadkinville, NC 27055 (336-)

Deadline Monday at 5:00 "
......O S...... S..S.. 0

Come and magnify the Lord and worship with us
(Glen Friendship Tabernacle
Clinton Ave. Glen St. Mary
WJXR Radio Service Sunday... 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 Staring Home: 259-3982 Church: 259-6521

YvonneJohns, 68,

dies October 16th
Yvonne Faye Johns, 68, of
Macclenny died October 16,
2006, in the Ed Fraser Memorial
Hospital, Macclenny, follow-
ing a sudden illness. She was
born in Allegheny, PA. and lived
most of her life in Avonmore,
PA before moving to Macclenny
in 1985.
Ms. Johns was the daughter
of the late Homet Thomas Sin-
clair and Florence Shellham-
mer Sinclair, and the widow of
the late Raymond Johns. She
worked for Blair's Nursery for,
14 years until her retirement in
2002. She was a member of the
Glen Friendship Tabernacle.
Survivors include her son
Rocky T. (Betty Tressler of
Macclenny; two grandchildren,
Rocky T. Tressler, Jr and Mag-
gie Tressler both of IMacclenny:
her former husband. Kenneth
Tressler of Appollo, Pa..
Visitation will be October 19
from 6:00-9:00 pm at Guerry
Funeral Home in Macclenny'
and funeral services ,% ill be con-
ducted on October 20 at 11:00
am at the Glen Friendship Tab-
ernacle in Glen St. Marn with
Rev. Albert Starling officiating.
Interment \\ill be in Oak Grove

li Loving Memoly of
Alfiedo McGoogin
while I sit. I ponder oier your
Sde ath :. .
How long shall we imourii. how
long shalfthere be srrow1011
How long do we hold on.?
Is there a brighter toinorrow.
will we ever get past the hurt.
iithe loneliness. the empry hol-
Is here a brighter tomorrow'?
I write not oni of strife or anger
or sorrow,
Sbit will other ever be a bit, ihieue
I know noi 10 ask why or ques-
tion His itork.
but does i/e pain go away ever?
'lWhat about tomorrow, are we
subject o dwell all our life in sor-
Wh'. does death hurt so bad, why
do we weep?
Is it out of guilt, or the pain we
feel? ''- .
What to do,, hino do we heal?
Sliha doi we'do. how do we dledl'
Each and everyday with a heart
full of sorrow.
We take it one day at a time and
look forward for a better tomor-

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 19, 2006 Page 11

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Complete Bath, De-flea & Groom ...... $20-$25

Bath, De-flea & Nails Clip...... .... $10-$15
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In Memory of
Alan Marshall Spring II
4/15/83.- 10/17/05
When you left this world sud-
denl, /the world lost a( piecions gift
that cannot be measured!
It's been a year non and when
you left, we lost a huge part of our-
Alan II, you I ere an incredible
person, always helping people no
Smallest what their ages were..
bou had a personaiirr, with such
compassion and filed i ith so much
of God's love to shaie 'with the en-
tire world.
)lou were such a vibrant. creative
S~yOtmll inaln at 22 years, old tiahl your
own 1,ccessfitl tree busitessi. which
we are still rt-ing to hold together.
but n-i/ihot son its not the iatine.
.1. ou're in out hearts and our
souls fboret'e and you aie so deeply
im ssed!

20th Holmecoming
New Beginning Community
Church at 380 North Lo%%der
St., Macclenny, will celebrate
their 20th homecoming October
22 'at 10:00 am. Old fashioned
gospel singing %uith Rushing
Wind. "'Gentleman" Jose Da\is
and Gail Moore followed by' a
home cooked meal. The com-
munity is warmly invited.


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former Baker County Prosecutor




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The Town of Baldwin is applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for a grant under the Economic Development Category
in the amount of $650,000 under the Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. For each activity that is proposed, at least
51% of the funds must benefit low and moderate-income persons. The activities, dollar amounts and estimated percentages benefit to low and moderate
income persons for which the Town of Baldwin is'applying are:


Activity Name
Construction of Comm. Building

CDBG Estimated
Funds LMI Benefit
$ 52,000
$ 57,500
$ 40,500 51%
$500,000 51%

Exact budget figures will be available no later than December 1,2006; however, at no time will the CDBG budget exceed $650,000.
The proposed project will involve land acquisition and construction of a commercial building on Hwy. 90, within the Town limits of Baldwin.
The Town ofBaldwin plans to minimize displacement of persons as result of planned CDBG funded activities in the following manner:
No displacement is anticipated.
If any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities, the Town of Baldwin will assist such persons in the following manner:
In accordance with the Town's Anti-Displacement and Relocation Policy
SApublic hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the application will be held at City Hall, 10 U.S. 90 West, Baldwin FL, on Tues-
day, October 24, 2006 at 6:45 p.m. A draft copy of parts of the application will be available for review at that time. A final copy of the application will
be made available at City Hall Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:15 p.m. no more than five days after December 1, 2006.
The application will be submitted to DCA on or before December 1, 2006. To obtain additional information concerning the application and the public
hearing, contact Lula Hill, Town Clerk, 10 U.S. 90 West, Baldwin, FL 32234, (904) 266-5030.
The public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Any handicapped person requiring an interpreter for the hearing
impaired or the visually impaired should contact Lula Hill at least five calendar days prior to the meeting and an interpreter will be provided. Any non-
English speaking person wishing to attend the public hearing should contact Lula Hill at least five calendar days prior to the meeting and a language
interpreter will be provided. To access a Telecommunication Device for Deaf Persons (TDD) please call (800) 955-8771. Any handicapped person
requiring special accommodation at this meeting should contact Lula Hill at least five calendar days prior to the meeting.
Pursuant to Section 102 of the HUD Reform Act of 1989, the following disclosures will be submitted to DCA with the application. The disclosure
will be made available by the Town of Baldwin and DCA for public inspection upon request. The disclosures will be available on and after the date of
submission of the application and shall continue to be available for a minimum of five years.
1. Other Government (federal, state and local) assistance to the project in the form of a gift, grant, loan, guarantee, insurance payment, rebate,
subsidy, credit, tax benefit, or any other form of direct or indirect benefit by source and amount;
2. The identities and pecuniary interests of all developers, contractors, or consultants involved in the application for assistance or in the planning or
development of the project or activity;
3. The identities and pecuniary interests of any other persons with a pecuniary interest in the project that can reasonably be expected to exceed
$50,000 or 10% of the grant request (whichever is lower);
4. For those developers, contractors, consultants, property owners, or others listed in two (2) or three (3) above which are corporations, or other enti-
ties, the identification and pecuniary interests by corporation or entity of each officer, director, principal stockholder, or other official of the entity:
5. The expected sources of all funds to be provided to the project by each of the providers of those funds and the amount provided: and
6. The expected uses of all funds by activity and amount.

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'Oklahoma 'is back on state this weekend
BY BOB GERARD duction, will leave you tapping rey. But the evil and mysterious
Entertainment Editor your feet and singing along. farmhand Jud Fry is also afte
The BCHS drama produc- pklahoma also is a wonderful Laurey's heart.
ion of Oklahoma is running for love story and has plenty of com- The show runs Thursday, Fri
ts second weekend this Thurs- edy to keep audiences laughing. day and Saturday at 7:30 pm and
day through Sunda) at the high It is the story of cowboy Curly Sunda3 at 2 pm. All tickets ar
cioo Lar ere and .eithuiasti courting the lovely cowgirl Lau- $5 and are on sale at the door

crowds greeted the sho%\, whichh
is one of the most popular mu-
sicals in the history of American
musical theatre.
With great songs like Oklaho-
ma, Oh, What a Beautiful Morn-
ing, I'm Just a Girl Who Can't
Say No, and Surrey With the
Fringe on Top, the BCHS pro-

November GED
Registration for the Novem-
ber GED tests will be held at 6:30
pm on October 31 at the Baker
county Middle School cafete-
ria. The, GED test will be given
November 6,7 and 8. Adults en-
rolled in class for a minimum of
12 hours may test for $40 with
a signed waiver from a'Baker
County adult education 'teach-
er. For more information about
GED registration, contact Nan-
cy Cain at 259-0403.

Only $5 each

Thursday, October 26
Immediately following the
parade at Memorial Stadium.
Sponsored by the Baker County- TiouchdoWni Club

The Members and Advisors of the FFA and 4H of
Baker County would like to send a heartfelt thanks
to all the businesses and individuals who paid over
$125,000 for our market animals at the
Baker County Fair.

Buyers of Animals

J.B. Coxwell Contractors
Roberts Land and Timber
Miller Electric Company
SETEL Telephone Co.
County Federal Credit Union
Design Timber Inc.
Winn-Dixie of Macclenny
Wal-Mart Distribution
K.T. Carter Construction
Eddie Accardi Chevrolet
Lift Power Inc.
R & E Contracting Inc.
W.W. Gay Inc.
John and Aubrey Kennedy

Cash Supporters

Baker County Farm Bureau
Baker County Medical Services
Baker County Commissioners
Sports Shak of Macclenny
Lyons and Lyons CPA
Glen Cash Store Inc.
Rock Contractors
Dugard Construction
Dupont Chemical Inc.
Sonny and Peggy Register
Robert and Shirley Brannon
Keith and Tracy Johnson
Property Appraiser Tim Sweat
Tax Collector Gene Harvey
Supervisor of Elections Nita Crawford
Cliff Townsend
Mike Dees
TTX Inc.

Publix Supermarkets
NEFCOM of Macclenny
Long Branch Farms
Mercantile Bank
L.D. Bradley Surveying
South Prong Plantation
Guerry Funeral Home
Hildebrand Rides
American Enterprise Bank
Moyer Marble and Tile
Bennetts Feed and Pet Supply
R.H. Oil Company
Osceola Land and Timber
Wainwright Custom Meats

$100 or more

Farm Credit of North Florida
Stan Griffis for Circuit Judge
Premier Painting Pros
Jerry Holland Construction
Diamond D Petting Zoo
Raynor's Pharmacy
Baldwin Animal Clinic
Lovurn Rivers Bookkeeping
Lankford Farms
Tommy and Barbara Yarbrough
Ron and Lydia Greene
Mark and Vonda Crews
Clerk of Court Al Fraser
Judge Joey Williams,
Sheriff Joey Dobson
Tim Gibson
Barry Coulliette


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Baker County 6


SSuwannee 21



Sports editor
Getting off the bus Friday in
Live Oak, the Baker High Wild-
cats knew the importance of their
game with the Suwannee County
Bulldogs. They knew that to en-
tertain any hope of post-season
play, they had to win the district
The Cats had lost their two
previous district games to Raines
and Jackson, and would have to
win the remaining district con-
tests hoping somebody handed
Raines a loss. The first step on
that road would be through, Live
.When you step into Suwan-
nee's new stadium, the magni-
tude of the obstacle that a visit-
ing team is up against becomes
clear. Even when you face a Bull-
dog team struggling with only
one win this season, there are
still those signs touting FOUR
straight state championships.
The ghosts were out in force
Friday night as .the Bulldogs
came from behind to beat Baker
High 21-6. Looking solely at the
score, it would seem the Wildcats
were easily handled by the Bull-
dogs. but looks are deceiving.
The Bulldog win was actually
against the run of play.
The Wildcats were able to
move. the ball into the Bulldog
territory again and again in the
second and third period. The dif-
ference was they couldn't con-
vert the chances they made for
The Bulldogs also did their
film study, and that, as well as a
nagging injury to Luscious Lee
that left the running back at 80%
effectiveness, hampered the in-
side running game early. But the
Wildcat defense also stopped the

Dogs cold.
On their second possession
of the game, the Wildcats were
pinned back on the 10-yard line.
The Cats were stopped, but an
interference call against Ridge
Sweat prolonged the drive.
Carlos Holton bounced out-
side for a big gainer. Chaz Johns
and Carlos Holton moved the
ball into Bulldog territory and
it looked as if Suwannee was
on the back foot. Lee and Johns
pushed the ball into the red zone,
and a pair of Holton runs and a
push by Lee drove the ball to the
four-yard line.
The Wildcat offensive line got
a good surge on the Bulldog de-
fense. Chaz Johns used his pow-
erful legs to power into the end
The Wildcats aren't confident
with the kicking game, and opted
for the two-point conversion at-
tempt. Holton's pass into the end
zone was incomplete and the
Cats held a 6-0 lead.
It didn't take long for the Bull-
dogs to answer.
On their next possession, Su-
wannee quarterback DeJuan
Roundtree found his favorite
receiver Kenny Clayton. Clay-
ton appeared .to be stopped for
a short gain, but broke contain-
ment and ran deep into Wildcat
From there, it was up to
Roundtree to score. The quarter-
back pulled off a great play-ac-
tion fake and dashed into the end
zone for the score. Colin Bogus
added the point-after to put Su-
wannee up to stay.
The Bulldogs got a quick
break for their second score.
The Cats fumbled at their own
20-yard line and two plays later
Roundtree scored on' another

W 7

DBfor the Redskins, Smith, goes after the Dolphins quarterback.

Game ends in double overtime
The middle division game between the Jets and the Chargers was
the most exciting game this season ending in double overtime with
the Chargers edging out the Jets 42-34. The game was won on a fum-
ble recovery by Stevie Taylor of the Chargers.
The offensive players of the game for the Chargers were Austin
Manning who kicked 2 extra points, Jeffery Holland with 11 carries
for 175 yards, two touchdowns and three extra points; Braden Gray
with 15 carries for 82 yards and two touchdowns; Brody Crews with
8 carries for 90 yards and two touchdowns.
The Charger defensive standouts were Brody Crews with five tack-
les and an onside kick recovery; Jeffery Holland and Casen Noles
with 4 tackles each and Colby Smith with 3 tackles. Stevie Taylor and
Braden Gray both had two tackles and each recovered a fumble.
The Jets offensive players of the game were Rashadd Hadley with
8 carries for 113 yards and four touchdowns and Rasheen Gaskins
with 9 carries for 86 yards and a touchdown. Defensively the top
players were Rasheen Gaskins with 12 tackles and an interception,
Rashadd Hadley with 11 tackles and Jacob Carter with 9.
Other scores:
Vikings over the Packers 14-0; Jaguars over the Titans 20-7; Steel-
ers topped the Panthers 24-0; Patriots over the Falcons 16-6; Red-
skins swamped the Dolphins 34-6.

quarterback keeper. Bogus add
ed the point-after and it was 14-
Bulldogs with time running out
The Wildcats had no intel
tion of laying down and giving
the Bulldogs the win. The Wild
cats marched down field as tim
was expiring in a very quick firs
half of play. Holton found Jama
Farmer for a big gain to the Su
wannee 36 and the Cats looke
poised to score as they inche
closer and closer.
But for some baffling an
frustrating reason that leaves th
coaches on the sidelines and th
fans in the seats pulling out their
hair, the Cats had trouble wit
time management.
As the clock wound down t
the end of the half, the Cats strug
gled calling plays in the allotte
25 seconds. A pair of incomple

Brandon Lucas and Josh Hodges .ir,7t ,.' Bulldog running back as the frustration begins to show.

-6 out any hopes that BCHS would Suwannee got its final score Ta l of the
t, have of pulling close or possibly on a strike from Roundtree to his .I Of the
n- tying Suwannee before the half- tight end late in the fourth quar-
ig time break. ter. That sealed the Wildcats' Tape
d- The Cats needed a break and fate ape





looked to get it as, soon as the
third quarter began. Suwannee
turned the ball over to the Wild-
cats, but Baker, High was unable
to do anything with it. The ball
went back and forth in the third
quarter, with the Wildcats mov-
ing the ball better than the Bull-
The Cats marched the ball all
the way down to the Suwannee
5-yard line, but a holding penal-
ty set them marching backward.
The Cats had a shot, but an in-
complete pass on fourth down
stopped another comeback at-

The Cats had their .oppor-
tunities in the game they just
"weref't"rable to cap'itt'alize"on"
them. With a shot at the playoffs
gone, the remainder of the season
will be about .pride. They have
made a lot of progress so far this
season and will want to end on a
high note.
One thing is for certain: Coach
Bobby Johns and his coaches
will have them ready to play and
will use this bye week to work on
some of the miscues that plagued
the Cats in Live Oak.

Man of the Match
Carlos Holton
BCHS quarterback Carlos Holton is the Wildcat Man :O
of the Match for this week. Though the Wildcats lost to
Suwannee High School 21-6, Holton had a strong performance
again this week. .
With Luscious Lee limited by an injury that left. him '-
at 80% efficiency, Holton had to rely ,on his legs more than ,. '
his passing arm. The 6'3" 180 pound junior quarterback .7
was able to bounce outside on a number of occasions for big
gains.. i
Holton ran the ball a total of 20 times during the game
for 125 yards rushing. He also completed 8 passes for 46
yards in receptions.
Though Suwannee was pretty effective in limiting the
inside running game of BCHS, Holton gave them fits in the
option attack.
Nice job, Carlos. 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 quarterback Auston Roberts.



Scoring -
BC 4 yard run by Chaz
Johns (pass fails)
SC Suwannee 13 yard run
(kick good)
SC Suwannee 6 yard run
(kick good)
SC Suwannee 5 yard pass
(kick good)

First downs -
UCHS- 11

Rushing (43 carries for 222
yards, 1 TD) Holton 20 car-
ries for 125 yards; Lee 14
carries for 58 yards; Johns 8
for 30 yards; Farmer 1 for 9

Passing -
Holton 8-22-0

46 yards

Receiving -
Farmer 4 for 43 yards; Johns
2 for 13 yards

Ladies end season with loss to Warriors

The Baker High volleyball
team concluded its regular sea-
sbn schedule with a hard-fought,
four-game loss to West Nassau
on October 10. The Lady Cats
fell by the scores of 25-18, 25-
21,27-29 and 25-21.
"The effort was there but we
just could not find that edge to
pull away," said Coach Chris
Armoreda. "This was a win-
nable game for us, but our errors
became our sticking point. In
all four games, we played West
Nassau tough and matched them
point for point."
Ashley Holton and Tiffany
Norman neutralized West Nas-
sau's big hitter early on in the
match, using their height to good
advantage. The Wildcats would

rally and take the lead, only to
lose it with simple errors. Nor-
man and Ashley Holton each had
9 kills. Kallie Crummey had 20
assists and Mindy Roberts had
12 assists.
On October 16, the girls trav-
eled to Santa Fe, the site of the
Class 4A District 3 tournament,
to play a quarter-final district
match against rival Bradford
This was their fourth meeting
with Bradford County this sea-
son. The Lady Cats had won two
out of three against Bradford and
seemed to have the Tornadoes
number, defeating their rivals in
four games.
They defeated the Tornados
by the scores of 26-24, 19-25,

26-24 and 25-11.
"For once this season, the calls
and breaks were in our favor,"
said Armoreda. "Despite what
this team has gone through and
the changes the girls underwent
this season, I am very proud of
what this team has showed in re-
gards to its character. I credit all
the girls for having unselfish atti-
tudes and doing whatever it takes
to make the team successful."
The coach said during practic-
es he told the girls they are going
to be the underdogs this tourna-
ment and they have to play des-
perate because if they lose their
season is finished.
Ashley Holton and Tiffany
Norman again defused the front

row attack of Bradford County
with strong blocking. Kallie
Crummey and Cassie Kennedy
ran the offence effectively with
their sets, keeping Bradford
guessing as to where the kills
would be coming from.
Seniors Kristin Mathis and
Mindy Roberts had excellent
games, and Armoreda was pleas-
ed with the team effort.
Ashley Holton had 3 kills and
6 blocks and Tiffany Norman
added 3 kills and 3 blocks. Kallie
Crumuney and Cassie Kennedy
had 6 assists each, while Kristin
Mathis had 12 digs and 14 passes
and Mindy Robert had 14 digs
and 13 passes.

Cats lose hope for

post-season play after

loss to Suwannee 21-6

October 19, 2006 Page 14

#10 is Shae Raulerson, #48 is Evan
Ward,, #72 is the highest finishing of
tle BCHS runners. Luke Ket',iedv

Wildcat team

suffers first loss

in dual meet
The \Wildcat cross country
team suffered its first defeat in a
dual meet this season. losing to
Middleburg 23-50. The Broncos
controlled most of the top slots
in topping the Wildcat runners
at the BCHS course on October
Luke Kenned'i \ as the top fin-
isher for BCHS, second overall
in a time of 18:7. Tinmmi Mason
finished fifth overall with a time
of 18:40. Black Rowan finished
sixth, Robert Mason tenth and TJ
Mosely thirteenth.
Shae Raulerson led the girls.
finishing seventh \ith a time
of 26:5. Brittan. Dale finished
rtmelfth in 35:10.
The boss and girls host their
last meet of the season on Thurs-
day versus Lake City at 4:30 pm.
The\ \ ill travel to Bishop Ken-
ne\ on October 28th for the dis-
trict meet.
The bo s' record stands at 4-
3 w while the girls are \ inless in
se len meets.

Phi Theta Kappa

ceremony held
The Induction Ceremony
for new members of Phi Theta
Kappa was held October
12. The ceremony was at the
Lake City Medical Center
Auditorium on the Lake City
Community College Campus.
Phi Theta Kappa is the
International Honor Society of
the Two Year College. Phi Theta
Kappa's mission is two-fold:
1) recognize and encourage
the academic achievement of
two-year college students and
(2) provide opportunities for
individual growth and devel-
opment through participation
in honors, leadership, service
and fellow ship programming.
To be eligible to .receive an
invitation to join Phi Theta
Kappa, the student must have
earned a, 3.4 GPA during the
Spring 2006 semester and
have a minimum of 12 credit
hours and a 3.0 GPA overall.
Lori Anderson, Gerald
Clayton. Staci Crawford,
Ashle) Davis, Kellie Jefferson.
Roxana Rhoden. Dana Ruise.
Brandi Staier

Pair qualifies
for golf regional
Baker Count\ High School
placed two goiters into the re-
gional tournament last \ weekend.
Trey Echols and JJ Finlev had
played well at districts and quali-
Echols has been verty consis-
tent in the later part of the sea-
son. Finle\ struggled in some of
the later matches.
The form continued into the
regionals. Echols shot a 79 at the
tournament, while Finley shot an
With Finle.y, the Wildcats
have had their best run of play
ever, and the addition of Echols
this season has helped an already
solid team get e\ en better.

Jazz &Java
The Lake City Community
College Library will host anoth-
er evening of Jazz and Java on
Friday, November 3, 7-10 p.m.
Preceding the event, from 6-7
p.m. will be an Art Walk, fea-
turing the work of Lake City
Community College students
as well as the current show of
works from the Art League of
North Florida on display in
the Performing Arts Center.
For info. call 1386) 754-4337

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Nursing & Rehab K
would like to recognize the
Baker County Middle School
Football player and Cheerleader
of the week for the game
against Suwanee
October 12

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PA. IflJi((

fl id~1ii/aJ Queen


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7:00 pm BCMS Auditorium
Pe tWeea Princess 4-6 rs.
ittw Miss Princess 7-9 Ps
Pre-Ten Prin-'ess 10 12 rs.
Tien Princess 13-15 rs.
Cdristmas Queen 16 ,rs. aifofier.,

BCMS Football

Tymechee Givens 8th grade

BCMS Cheerleader

Kasey Yarborough 8th grade

Each received a $10 gift card to Woodys courtesy of ,
Macclenny Nursing and Rehab
. .. . .. . .. f

This pageant is open to all young ladies ages 4 and up.
ihe contestants will be judged in eveninggown apparel only.
The Teen Princess and Queen division will have a question interview on stage.

The winners will represent the City ofMacclenny Fire Department
in the Annual Lighted Christmas Parade and also serve a Christmas dinner
-. to our senior citizens at the Council on Aging.

Entry fee is $35 per contestant.

Registration and walk-thru will bc held
Thursday, November 2, 6:00 pm at the BCMS Auditorium.

Contact pageant coordinator for more information
Melinda Lewis at 259-1251/ 887-2984 or Dedra ( ,iiinih n at 298-5140.

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 19, 2006 Page 15


Thursday October 19, 2006

Are the

SReal estate writer
There's been a lot of back
"" and forth between real estate
speculators regarding %whether,
or not the market was e er going
to pick a side
for being
S, either buyer
friendly or
seller driven.
While the
S majority of
agents were
telling all
their buyers
to come
and get it
% while the
getting' %%as good. mniself and
a fe%% others were holding on
Sto a much more conservative
- Sview claiming over the last
, few months that we were
% merely experiencing a textbook
" normal market just looking
Scormparatively bad following a
: huge upswing for sellers. The
list price \s. sale price ratios for
sellers' homes supported this
; stance and a rise in the time on
, market didn't sting so much as
:i long as the top dollar money
, showed up eventually; better
late than never.
I still feel that assessment \ as
- a fair and true look at the market,
Sand while still looking at the
current market conservatively.
: I unfortunately, have to sa\ that
:- it's nowt time to s% itch sides.
:, The current market is just
- flooded with homes. I "\as
drive ing through Mandarin a fewv
da-s ago and realized that there
Sw isn't a single spot along one of
Other major residential area roads
that I could stop and look both
\\as %without seeing a 'for sale'
sig 'n.
When there's too many homes
to choose from, it gives people
on the selling end the impression
that no one is buy ing homes. In
fact. home sales are still riding
at the same high levels (volume
wise i as they were at the peak
of the market. Interest rates on
mortgages ha\e been falling for
ele en consecutive weeks now,
making it easier for buyers to
afford more house. That usually
means that prices will start to
rise on high demand homes.
However, with so many to
choose from, if sellers do-make
a move for more money, buyers
will just go buy the house half a
block away instead.
Therefore, two things are
starting to happen now in regard
to prices: First, sellers who are
determining the market value
,of their homes (either through
appraisal or a real estate agent)
'and then adding a little "let's
see what happens" money to
the price, are now realizing
,,that this tactic will not work.
MLS Hotsheet (a REALTOR
tool) price reduction groups are
getting longer and longer each
week. Second, the houses which
: are priced at fair market value,
but are located in rural areas
(like many of the homes in Baker
County) are now starting to sit

times over ?

on the market for so long that
sellers who genuinely need to
move are forced to reduce their
price just to get things going.
When houses start selling for
less than they should have six
months ago, there's no denying
that we're in a buyer's market.
Statistically speaking, the
homes that are being hit the
hardest right no\\ are those
listed in the 200-500K range.
The reason this price group
is having trouble is that these
houses are the types of homes
that working class buyers in the
middle income range general\
strive to move up into from their
starter homes when the time is
However. the rise in interest
rates over the last year and a
half had lowered the purchasing
power of the majority of these
buyers b\ an average of $45.000.
So basically. if the\ needed
to move, they either bought
cheaper homes or went for some
wild. creative financing option
that most buyers now know to
stay away from.
Which brings up another
problem: Due to the popularity
of interest-only or adjustable-
rate loans over the last several
years, there has been an increase
in the number of foreclosure
and fast sale homes across the
nation, which adds even more
lower price sales competing
\ ith market value sellers.
This is not the end of the
world for sellers, though. There
are several aspects of real estate
trends that should help to bring
the housing market back up to

a nice comfortable level in the
coming, months.
For example, the holiday
season is usually marked with
a lower number of new listings
that become available for sale as
compared to spring and summer
months. However. home sales
generally continue to do well
during this time; people who
ha'e to bu\ a home for reasons
such as job transfers or tax
purposes \ ill continue to do so.
This double pull from less homes
available and lower interest
rates should help to xeed out a
majority of the properly priced
homes on the market between
now and the end of the year.
Also. people %vho are afraid to
sell now% that the rush is gone and
a fear of declining prices looms
need to consider one trend that
has always been true: Selling a
home and then buy ing a larger
home in a down market is one
of the best ways for a family to
save money in real estate.
The simple explanation of
how this works is that if your
current home is worth $200,000
and you intend to purchase
a newer. larger home for
$300,000. then a drop in market
prices will help you more than
it will hurt. If prices go down
by 10%. you have lost $20.000
in your net profits from the sale
of your home, but so did the
people from whom you will buy
\our next home. Well, actually
their home went down 10% in
value, too. So no"% it's actually
$30,000 .cheaper than before.
meaning that you will actually!
save $10.000( b selling in a
down market. Plus, after you

factor in interest pay ments you
would have made on that extra
$10.000 over the next 30 years.
the savings are overwhelmingly
in \our favor.
In other words, there is no such
thing as a bad time to buy or sell
real estate for people \ ho intend
to use it as a primary residence.
Lip markets and down markets
are only temporary. Overall, real
estate has continued to show
appreciation rates averaging
6.43'c \early over the last 100
years of record keeping. The
stock market can't make that
claim. They generally break
even (as a wholet on a long
enough time line.
So, home sellers should take
a look at their prices and weigh
that monetary figure against their
true motivations for moving, }
which usually have nothing to
do with money an\\xas.

L .."l. ,Mouse:

Tren~ds ha, e dioti n tilt tenipou at- end ola/a iei e, market

Call Jared Wilkerson and

Watson Realty for all your

Real Estate Questions.

Jared Wilkerson.
Direct: (904) 899-6957
Mobile: (904) 923-2(117
jinwilk ei sonk .'watsonre.ilt } corp noi

Heritage Oaks and Old Town Crossing both offer homebuyers several of our
most popular single-family designs nestled on naturally preserved
homesiles. Join us, as we continue to pioneer one of Northeast Florida's
fastest growing and most desirable areas. Residents of Heritage Oaks and Old
Town Crossing will enjoy a gracious lifestyle and quiet, natural
surroundings with all the conveniences of nearby metropolitan Jacksonville.

We currently have several inventory homes available within Baker County!

Heritage Oaks
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a beautiful landscape, access to riverside fearing seclusion and amazing views accompa-
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3BR.'2EA all hricl. hli,.ne tj.rure. rcwv on property is fully stocked. land ahead
,.'d fluor. mii,] carpni- rciriudcld has a mobile home on it perfect for living
kitchen and uhathliorii. den, and screened ill, ,' build your dreanmhome on this un-
patio. 10 acres, $319,900 hi..ho ,.it] ind t5acres $240,000

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Heritage Oaks 19 Belmont Bonus 2063 4/3 $244.092
Heritage Oaks 31 Danbury Bonus 2335 5/3 $244,030
Heritage Oaks 69 Wilmington II 1661 3/2 $185,247
Old Town Crossing 4 Foxwood 1615A 3/2 $165,6606
Old Town Crossing 9 Chelsea 1258A 312 SOLD
Old Town Crossing 12 Aon 1558A 312 $166.380

For more information on these inventory homes as well as future A
availabilities within Heritage Oaks and Old Town Crossing, please
contact Watson Custom Home Builders' Site Agent at:

(904) 259-3834 .

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Reduced! Very nice, matching set.
Reversible, queen size. comforter,
stripes & paisley, navy, dark green
& burgundy, pillow shams, 3 throw
pillows, lamp shade, Ded skirt, piece
ofa roll of wallpaper, $60. 259-2183
between 5:00-9:00 pm. 10/12tfc
Free to good home. Hammond Chord
organ. 653-1247 10/19p
1996 Class A 34' Winnebago Adven-,
turer, fully serviced, sleeps 6. 62K
miles, $32,900. 259-9500. 10'l9tfc
6.5 HP Yardman mulcher, $150; 6 0
HP Murray tiller. $150: Sweetwater
Spontoon boat, 50 HP, 2 stroke, 19 ft,
$17,000. 2005 Honda Shadow VLX.
low miles, $6 000; 2005 Honda 250
'Rebel; lw miles, great starter bike,
$2900; 2005 Kia Sorento, loaded,
$18,000; 2005 Chevrolet Silverado
truck, extended cab, 10K miles,
$23,000. Call '259-5456 or 571-9678.,
King. pillowtop, new with warranty,
$289, can deliver. 904-391-0015.
Cattle trailer, good condition, new
tires, $2000. 904-282-4552..
1992 Suns Airstream motor home,
class A, 48K miles, lots of extras,
,$16,500. 251-4641 cell or 259-8565.
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.
3X24 ft., 29 gauge, metal roofing;
2x6, 44 ft., load bearing, trusses. 334-
6695. 10/5-26c
Bed, beautifultemp-pedic memory'
foam mattress & boxsprings, new in
plastic, with warranty, retail $950, must
sell $379, can.deliver. 904-858-9350.
The Franklin Mercantile now re-open
for your business! Friday & Saturdays
10:00 am-5:00 pm. CR 125, at the rail-
road crossing in Glen. 259-6015.
2000 Harley Davidson Road King,
$12,000. 259-8600. 10/12-19p
Good used appliances. 90 day money
back guarantee. 266-4717. 7/13-3/29p
Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic,
$199. 904-398-5200. 10/19c

Solid wood cherry sleigh bed with 2001 Ford Ranger XLT, red, 4 cylin- = -- ""-' ~'1d-:fa' waM
mattress & boxsprings, retail $950, er, 5 speed, A/C, CD player, power .. Friday 8:00 am-?, 9960 S. Glen Ave. (S. Hwy
sacrifice for $395, can deliver. 904- steering, new tires, runs great, 93,500- 125).
858-9350. 10/19c miles, $5795 0B0. 259-7856 after 5:0q
T, r tae. ,l .,i 10/19c 6.R ESAGE Friday 9:00 am-?, 121 N. about 5 miles on left.
s uuTaip s'tainless steel 44 ma num Drm. 0 /11 c A tlW~

IUUFU1 111u5uIilU kuuu '-M nMnuynnuiii
revolver, 7''," barrel, $500. 266-2042.
6 piece bedroom set, queen mattress
& boxsprings. new in boxes, $499, can
deliver. 904-858-9350. 10/19c
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, all mahogany,
/ can be seen at Southern Charm. 259-
4140. 12/9tfc
Lighted curio cabinet in antique
bisque finish, new condition, $200;
girls bedroom set in antique bisque fin-
ish on pine with ribbon & rose garland
decals; full size poster bed, 2 drawer
nightstand, 5 drawer chest with mirror,
4 drawer student desk with hutch, 1
drawer corner desk. $495. 259-3785
8:00 am-5:00 pm or 259-7856 after
5:00 pm. 10/19c
Mahogany secretary. beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
259-4140. 12/9tfc
Victoria cherry wood 4 poster, king
Size bed, $200; coffee table & 2 end
tables $40; executive office desk $60;
industrial water fountain $300. 259-
1251. 10/19p
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
.., more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. tfc
4 cylinder diesel tractor. American
made, $2000: 19' trailer $750; Isuzu
truck, runs great, Florida title, $600;
single axle trailer, $400; 2 Farmals,
one runs, one is parts, w/cultivator &
bellymore, $1500. 912-266-1641
1991 Kawaski Vulcan 500, windshield,
saddle bags, $1200 OBO. 904-655-
7584. 10/19p
Queen size mattress set, frame, head-
board, $200; matching dresser, $200.
912-843-2098. 10/19c
GE washer/dryer, like new, $300 for
both: lull mattress/boxsprings, $100;
couch & loveseat $200 for both. 259-
3794. 10/19p
Bassett sleeper sofa, $250 OBO. 259-
2634 or 904-334-2811. .10/19c
Motor home powered by Ford. nice.
new engine, 6 new tires, new brakes,
new refrigerator, new CD, new awning,
have $10,000 invested, need $8500.
571-0913. 10/19p
2006 Skyline RV, 2 slide outs,
32x 1, asking payoff only. 259-5766.
10/19p. ,
Adult western saddle, good condition,
includes pads & other accessories,
$375. 259-9040. 11/19-26p
31/ ton Janitrol heat.pump, split sys-
tem with air handler, $350. 653-1656
leave message 10/19p
Like new commercial grade upright
freezer with key lock, $400 firm; Volk-
swagon paver wheel, barely used, $50;
crib with mattress, $100, seldom used.
2 gas hotwater heaters, $20; switched
to electric; 3 water skis, 2 slalom, $60
for all 3; treadmill, adjustable height &
speed, $40. 259-1384. 10/19p

2000 Mazda 626, tan, cloth interior,
75,000 miles, great condition, $5200.
610-9974. 10/5-19p
1985 GMC El Camino, very nice,
$2800.251-4641 cell or 259-8565.
1984 S10, V6, new paint, spray-in bed-
liner, nrew wheels & tires, runs great,
$2800. 259-7646. '10/19p

1989 Ford 150, 4x4, new motor,
$3800. 251-4641 cell or 259-8565.
1989 Toyota Celica convertible, cute.,
fun, $1500 00B. 275-4360. 10/19p
For sale by owner 2006 Chevy Tahoe
LS, 2 WD. 3rd row seat, 8.600 miles.
$26,500. 259-5895. 10,19p
2002 Ford Ranger. 4 cylinder. 5 speed..
clean pickup, 1 owner, $4500. 259-
2287. 10, 19p
1991 Ford Taurus, $1000 0B0; 1988
Isuzu Trooper 4x4, $1500. 904-591-
2916. 10/19p

Need housecleaning help for the holi-
days? Call Cindy at 259-9431
Pony party package: $250 for 3 hours,
16 children, includes screened pavilion
with game tables, ponies, moonwalk-
er, slide, train, hayride & more. Horse
Gate Trail, Glen St. Mary. 259-2465.
Housecleaning. Reasonable, depend-
able, references. Call Alice at 259-
5500. 9/28-10/19p
We do small job land clearing, busn
hog mowing, scatter dirt, root rake,
etc., also tree trimming & removal.
259-7968.. 6/29tfc
Handyman services. Remodels, ad-
ditions, fences, tile, drywall, decks,
porches, etc, Licensed & Insured. 653-
2014 day or anytime @ 954-288-0706.
Cash for your junk car or truck. I haul.
904-509-0921. 5/4-10/26p
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have Io be in good
condition. Call Karin at Southern Charm
259-4140. 2'13tfc
Do you have a junk car or truck you
Want hauled off or to sell? 259-7968.

Chihuahua puppies, 7 wee
females, wormed, shots & vet
POP, $200 each. 259-1775.
Dogs: all types from puppies
Animal Control, $50 boarding
apply. 259-6786.
IA khnn-do P llQ I Mrptm ii -t

I na l snI ru lmaa e, up Lao aiI n
coggins & shots, 12 years old, has
been used for 4-H and has done pa-
rades. Great beginners horse, $2500.
259-3794. 10/19p

Lost: Black Walker Beagle mix, 3
month old puppy, lost in vicinity of
football field. 259-2128. 10/19p

Tc Lersont

WeLL D~rillinvg

2" & 4" Wells
Water & Iron Conditioners
Call Roger or Roger Dale
Family Owned & Operated
Licensed & Insured



Saturday 8:00 am-?,
Star Wars, Star Trek.

Lots of new treasures.
Friday- Until gone, 11314 N. Thomas Dr., ap-
pronimately 1 mile east of Walmart DC. Appli-
ances, TVs, household items. Moving sale ev-
erything must go. 259-3138.
Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm, 15179 N. SR 121.
Clothes, furniture, tools, miscellaneous. 1st ever.
718 Long Dr. Home goods, toys, movies, books,

Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm, 470 Magnolia Dr. off Miltondale Rd. I
behind Richard's Meat Market. Huge benefit sale all proceeds go to
cancer patient. Hotdogs & coke.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 87 N. 6th St. across from CVS. Computer desk,
household items, lots of clothes, boys & women sizes, lots more.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-4:00 pm, 481 Jonathan St. & Laverne St.
4'' JoAnne Smith's.
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am-3:00 pm, 541 Laverne St.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, Corner of North Blvd & 5th St. Clothes,
blankets, cameras, dishes, miscellaneous.
Friday & Saturday 7:30 am-?, 533 N. 5th St., Macclennv. Come on by!
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm. 7349 W. Madison St., Glen St.
Friday, Saturday & Sunday 9:00 am-?, 8518 E. Ben Rowe Circle.
down from Woodlawn Kennels. China, collectible coffee table, vases,
oil paintings & other pictures, knick knack, this n' that.
S -. '. .' -'

Best location in the county for the new
drive thru convenience store concept,
drive through gourmet coffee shop, car
wash, dry/fold laundromat, ice vending.
machine, drive through produce, bar-
ber shop, hot dog stand, office or retail,
space. 100 ft. frontage by 140 ft. deep,
,decated: on S. 6th St. between Waffle
House & American inn, 350 ft. to 1-10.
Thi; "hnot" loc(ilion is available ior only
$169,900. Call Florida Crown Realty
259-6555. 8/17tfc

eks old, 4 Notice to readers:
t checked, The newspaper often publishes classi-
10/19p fled advertising on subjects like work-at-
to adults, home, weight loss products, health prod-
g fees will ucts. While the newspaper uses reason-
able discretion in deciding on publication
11/20tfc of such ads, it takes ho responsibility as
to the truthfulness of claims: Respondents
dr-n+n nn

should use caution and common sense
before sending any money or making other
commitments based on statements and/or
prornises,. drniand specifics in writing. You
can also call Ine Federal Trade Commission
at 1-077-FTC-HELP to find out how to spot
fraudulent solicitations. Remember: if it
sounds too good to be true. it probably is.
- Tne Baker County Press
Auto. Tech seeks mechanic's .helper.
Apply before 10:00 am, Monday -
Friday. 6974 E. Mt.. Vernoj, Glen St.
Mary. No phonecalls, please. 10/5tfc
Welder/fabricator needed., must have
3 years experience in welding & fab-
ricating. Absolutely drug free. Apply
in person at American Welding &
Fabrication, 11837 N. SR 121. 10/19c
Company specializing in erosion on con-
trol now hiring the following positions:
Crew leaders, equipment operators,
laborers, class A CDL drivers. Valid
driver's license a MUST. Fax resume to.
904-27573292 or call.275-4960. EOE.
Drug free workplace. 10/19p
Local home care agency looking for
, full time/part time Physical Therapist
and Occupational Therapist. Contact
Linda at 259-3111. 5/25tfc
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools, benefits after 90 days. 259-
5877. 12/30tfc

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Pritchett Trucking is continuing to grow and is in need
of qualified people to work at our Lake Butler Facility.

Good benefits. Pay based on experience.

Apply in person at 1050 SE 6th St. in Lake Butler

or call 1-800-486-7504

I Dailu Specials I

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 19, 2006 Page 17

Florida Times Union early morn-
ing newspaper route in Macclenny &
Sanderson. Must have dependable
transportation, cash bond & telephone.
1-888-810-4524. 10/12-19c
Pest control lawn tech, $10/hour to
train, $26K+, medical, dental, life,
retirement. Must have valid driver's
license. Please call 904-726-9332.,
Dental Assistant Needed. Are you sin-
cere & 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 package. Experience is 'pre-
ferred. 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. 9/28-10/19c
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service needs
experienced full time lawn mainte-
nance worker with valid Florida drivers
license: 259-7335.,
Need someone for light housework
& cooking for one on weekends. 259-
3545. 10/19p

Dump truck driver needed, must have
CDL Class B license, be dependable,
have clean driving record. 259-6172 or
334-9329. 10/19-25p

Pier 6 Seafood now accepting applica-
tions for all positions. 259-6123.
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. 6/2tfc
Part-time ranch hand. Must have clean
driving record & experience with horse
trailers & tractors. 289-9331.
Drivers-wanted. Savage Services is
hiring professional drivers for local
hauls in the Lake City'area. Class A
CDL with Haz-mat and tanker endorse-
ments are required and experience
with tankers is preferred. We offer:
'competitive pay, family insurance,
retirement plans, -101(k plan, home
every day, uniforms quarterly incen-
tive bonus, paid nolidays'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. 10.'12-19p

Florida a



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

799 S. 6th St., Macclenny

t 259-6555 BM

%i H Ji~n im,- F i ..r Iiiprr rt.. i urit: r i4ierm n i jcjj

3 BR, I B .-V', n) I ;idiriu. icr.'cicri I )cre CHI-A
S10I.000i. Tool,; crici f.RdSindr'r

Notice to Readers
All real estate advertising in this newspaper
is subject to the Fair Housing Act which
makes it illegal to advertise "any preference,
lihmiraionr or dil.r.rimiridaiion based on race,
color, religion, sex, handicap, familiar status
or national origin, or an intention, to make
any such preference. limilatiori or discrimi-
nation.' Familial status includes children
under the age of 18 living with parents or
legal-custodians, pregnant women and peo-
pie securing rusti:dv of children under 18.
This newspaper will nrot knowingly accept
any jdvenisinci lIr real eSlate whicn is in
violation of the law. Our readers are riereby
informed ihat ail dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available on an equal oppor-
tunity basis To complairi of discrimination,
call HUD ioll Iree at 1-800-669-9777. The
toll free lelephone nurinerforthe impaired
is 1-800-927-9275

L t Brick, 1632 SF. 3 BR,
2 BA, large modern
kitchen, large family
room L i ith fireplace.
.Coni'enient location.
Zoned for residential or
office use. This is a nice
.home for onlk

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
InMesntment Opportunit'- .91 acre zoned for duplexes.
Proper also includes a nice 3 BR, 2 BA home \' large mod-
ern kitchen, spacious family room. fireplace and other ame-
nities. Home & duplex lots priced to sell at $250,000

Commercial propermy- oIn US H, -u.i in Nice older MH omrpldeel, reno,.ated &
Maci.lkeri\ Older home ma be cInsened I- s- nes addi.ins. 3 BR. I': BA. FP. screen &
re. ,;p Je EsublIshed i1cser ,', ihup,.fUr,igMrid open porch, alb\ ground pool, priac) fence.
wide wire service. $445,000 -"
widewireservice.$445 Large storage buildings. .88 acre comer lot.
ing- Nearly new 2 'I'l1 manu.factured hoie es
. sr,. B- 2 BA nr. deck mn uII acre ome Reasonably priced at $89,900 Owner will
,.r h,,, .e MuNi see ic appreciac $29,110 consider financing iL i 21.'.-. dos n

Utility worker needed for EEO and
drug free established company. We
offer 401(k), health/dental insurance,
paid holidays & vacations. $1 raise
after 6 months. Apply in person at
Gilman Building Products, CR 218 in
Maxville, FL. 10/19-26c


New Listings Added Daily-
Please visit our i'ebsile at I'Iw'w.cbisaacreallr'.comn

., .i .

Gorgeous 10.01 acre parcel
perfect to build your dream home.
Owners have left property "as is"
so you can clear it as much or as
lile as you prefer. Restricted to
site built homes only but you can
have a horse or co\\ per acre. Just
off US 90 and close to I1- I. Be in
Jacksonville or Lake Cit and have
the benefits of the country life.
Call for price!

Picture perfect home
in Macclenny ll. This home of-
iers beautiful tray ceilings, open
floor plan with large family room,
formal dining room, nice sized
kitchen with loads of oak wood
cabinets, \N\XC, tile floors, wood
floors in the office or -ith bed-
room. Covered front porch and
back patio perfect for anytime of
the day. Don't miss this one!

Too cute to believe!
Perfect if you want io escape from
the city for the peace and quiet
of the country. Adorable 2 BR, 1
BA on 2.3" acres. You will have
privacy and the benefit of wildlife
right out your door. You have to
come see this bargain to believe.
All the room in the world to grow!
Call for price!

3/2 almost all brick on 1 acre, 1800+ SE Feels brand new. $274,000

3/2 2229 SF completely remodeled with 1000 SF beautiful addition. A must see! $291,000

16 acres in St. George, Georgia. Paved road frontage with a polid. Quiet country living!
$14,5000 per acre.



2" and 4" wells CONSTRUCTION, INC. 24 hour emergency seice
24 hour emergency service
Roger Raulerson Fill dirt Top soil Sand -
Emergency water removal.
259-7531 Clay'* Limerock Gravel ,
.. Dehumidification Mold prevention
4/3tfc Fast delivery We will spread Hardwood floor drying
COUNTYWIDE Landclearing
STE DISPOSAL, INC. Good clean work 259-8929
S259-0506 9/14-12/28p
Residential/Commercial 259-0506 GATEWAY PEST
anne nickrjn for BRaker Cintv Please leave message GATEWAY PEST

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
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) 9/2tfc


Build on your lot or ours
Your plans or ours
Model home in Copper Creek
Fish ponds Top soil

Road building Spreading
160*132311*2 Nextel
24 hour pump repair
Iron filters Irrigation systems
Custom house plans
to your specifications
Qualified Good references

Locally owned & operated
Licensed & insured
Slab prep ~ Driveways
Finish mowing ~ Boxblade work
Bushhog work
Serving Baker &
Surrounding Counites

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

Air conditioners Heat pumps
SMajor appliances .
24 hour, 7 day emergency service!
Call Vince Farnesi,
7/1 tfc
NHC, FHIA & NACHI Certified
Serving North Florida and
.South Georgia
259-5416 fax

Roofing, Free estimates
CCCO46197 5/2


-Bull dozer & backhoe RESIDENTIAL
C.F. White
275-2474 ,
S 4/6tc Home repairs Remodeling
A & R TRUSS Mark Stevens
neered trusses for your new 904-509-2397
ome Barn Shed Etc. Lic#RR0067433 6/29-12/28p

Free estimates
Lic.#RC0067003 1 2/23tfc
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
Since 1963
Residential and Commercial
Pest control
Lawn and Shrub care
Termite protection
Damage repair guarantees
Free estimates Call today!
Sentricon Colony
Elimination System
Culverts Installed
Tim Johnson
6/1 tfc


"One call cleans all"
We clean:
*Windows *Gutters
*Mini-blinds (wash n'wax)
*Much more
Simply call

Professional painting
Pressure washing
Interior exterior
Residential commercial
Fully insured Locally owned
25 years experience

Docks Retaining walls Gaze-
Decks Repairs
Floating dock systems
Call for free estimate

Tree removal Light hauling
Stump removal
We haul or buy junk cars and
We sell horses
Licensed Insured
Free estimates
24 hour service
Call Danny
Jesus is the Only Way
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.
Credit cards gladly accepted
Fully licensed & insured
Florida & Georgia
Design / Build
Your plans or our plans
Bentley Rhoden -



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
Oils, acrylics, watercolors,
canvases, drawing pads
& much more!
110 South Fifth Street



New construction. 1800+ SF, 4 BR,
2V BA, 9 ft. ceilings, crown molding
throughout, off grade foundation on 1
acre in N. Macclenny, $195,900. 904-
219-0480. 9/21tfc
FSBO. Approximately 2 acres with 3
BR, 1 BA frame home at 8360 Mudlake
Road, 1405 SF with 1148 SF heat/
cooled, yard area fenced, pasture area
with barn, CH/A, water softener, screen
porch, 2 car carport, utility. $154,900,
all offers will be considered. 904-545-
5485. 10/19p,

3 BR, 2 BA house with 2'rental mobile
homes on. 13.2+- acres in the Georgia
Bend area, big workshop & 2nd kitch-
en, $190,000. 904-629-1779. 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 discount.
912-843-8118. 9/28tfc
1/2 acre land, zoned mobile home. 338-
4026. 10/5-26c

Purchase or rent to own, Nice 3 BR,
2 BA doublewide on 2.71 acres with
pond, pole barn & shed. 904-477-
8995. 10/19-26p
10 acre homeplace with 2 mobile
home setups, highway frontage & hay-
field. Will sell 5 or 10 acres: 653-1656
leave message. 1 0,19p
Gorgeous 1V2 acre on Estates Street in
Macclenny II, high & dry, convenient
to everything. Restricted to site built
homes only,; $49,000. 904-219-0480.

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 19, 2006 Page 18

3000+ SF, 2 story home on .over 5.5
acres with pool, spa, 3 car garage,
$469,900. 259-9500. 8/31tfc
Elegant entrance brick home. 4 BR,
2 BA, 2400 SF heated, 13' ceilings,
great room, living room, dining room,
breakfast area, kitchen w/white cabi-
nets, both bathrooms w/jacuzzi, master
BA/walk-in shower, security system,
surround sound in great room, large
sunroom next to a screeried inground
pool. Brand new 13 seer, high effi-
ciency heat pump. Sprinkler system,
beautiful landscaping. 2 room detached
garage w/12'aluminum lean to. and a
fenced area. All on 1 acre which has an
underground petsafe invisible fence.
Wonderful neighborhood. Great loca-
tion. Serious inquires only. $380.000.
259-4602 or 259-6546 or 219-2842.

Ocala National Forest lots, $500
down, $199 month Owner 352-624-
2215 or 352-236-4579 www.ocalafor-
estland.com/2nd. 10/19-12/28p
V/2 acre, rare to find in Glen, St. .Mary,
high & dry, close to high school & ten-
nis courts, mobile homes OK, $42,900.
904-219-0480. 10/12tfc
Farm, on approximately 13 acres, 8
stall barn, large screened pavilion, oak
shade, pond, farm house, includes
livestock & equipment for pony party
business & boarding. Glen St. Mary.
259-2465. 10/12-19p
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on 1 acre near
new school. 904-962-222. 10/19p
1.28 acre lot with well & septic off
Woodlawn Rd., $35,000. Please call
904-813-3091. 10/12tfc

3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, beautiful
riverfront property on the St. Mary's.
Honeymoon Special, $595/month. 220-
1565. 10/12-19p
For sale or rent. 3 BR. 1 BA house,
approximately 1000 SF, $850/month,
deposit required, no smoking or pets.
259-2746. 10/19tfc
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. 9/28tfc
4 BR, 2 BA house with large yard,
$1000'montn; 3 BR, 2 BA house,
$1100/month. 509-8345. 10/19p
Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C. no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-
860-4604. 3/17ttc
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on 1 acre off
Hwy 90 W. in Glen, no pets, $800/
month, $1200 deposit. Call after 3-00
pm 259-3805.
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on !- acre lot,
$250/weekly, no deposit. 910-5434 cell
or 160"132311'2 beeper. 10,19c

3 BR & 2 BR mobile homes, no pets,
garbage, water & mowing provided,
$450-$600/month. 912-843-8118.
3 BR, 1 BA brick house, 1000 SF, in
the city, $750/month, '$500 deposit.
219-0112 or 259-6237.. 10/19p
3 BR, 2 BA pool home at the end of
Miltondale Rd. 1875 SF heated, $1500/'
month. 813-1580. 9/28-10/19p
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. 8/1Otfc
3 BR, 1 BA, $450/month, 1st & last
month plus deposit, no smoking, no
pets. 275-3221. 10/19p
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 weekdays between 9:00
am-5:00 pm. 8/31tffc
Singlewide mobile home on Mudlake
Road, 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A, yard work
included, $450/month, 1st & last
month & $300 deposit. Call 259-6996
or 635-8160 cell. 10/19p
2 BR, 1/ BA mobile home, no pets,
$500 deposit, $600/month. 275-2865.
2 BR mobile home at Trailridge, $450/
month, $300 deposit. 912-843-2093 or
777-8880. 10/19p
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide, CH/A, pri-
vate lot, CR 139B in Glen, $600/month,
$600 deposit. 259-2146. 10/19p

For Sale

1991 Honda Prelude.
Great condition,
with sun roof.
$220 OBO.
'95 Nissan Altima parts
rch Lft

Repairs .
Free Estimates
Call Brett

ULicensed & Insured

'FSBO. 1995 Homes of Merit, 28x68,
:3 BR, 2 BA, cathedral ceilings, open
floor plan, stone fireplace, very large
kitchen with lots of cabinets, side-by-
side refrigerator, overhead air vents,
spacious master with large walk-in
closets, garden tub, separate shower,
lots more. Must see. $36.000 Must be
moved to your property. 259-5895 or
654-6998. 10/19p
2001 Clayton 3 BR, 2 BA singlewide.
mobile home in mobile home comrnu-
nity. 994-4149 or 786-3399.

Deadline Monday, at 5:00 :



Need Drivers/ laborers,
for asphalt work and
manhole adjustment..
Call for appointment or
walk in.
CDL Required
Women encouraged

D.T. Services, Inc.
1932 Dahlia Rd.
Jacksonville. FL 32254

A-sislant Sriftbll ConaciStudent
Services Support
A.ws Ile heaid olihj"all C,'och '..ih ll
duies required for ldrt.olloar. *ol'liball
cain. Wo.'rk liall'tine rin Siidern Ser, ice
.areas.' -'
Mu&.i lime mn,Imrum of High School
diploma plus high school or college
pir. rig nd/or coaching experience.
Bachelor', degree, preferred. Valid
Florida driver's license required.
S.jlar. $2i".58:3 (i ajiinually plus
SJ benefits ,::.
Re'. o,';applheationi mill .!;c t n -
... immediately, open intil.filled
Instructor, Turf Equipment
Beginning lanuar) 21)"i'
Teach nirtf cquipierit aanJ shop
inar inmeni cla.,es irncludini rn -,-
lanic'.. diapnoslcs. eldintr- ai.i
n-.iinter,-fniie *\N .S iLh fte r, r'ull-
[iw meclianic e.pericrnce. Ba:dilor s
degree prelened leaching e\perieric'
Jrndorf lur1 equiprimenti leihicianJ
expenen desired, '
Salary: ..i ,ed onr, .J:ree ind e\p'ience
plt. I,.-b nch i..
Application and materials must arrive
by November 15, 2006, for guaranteed
Colle1 .i pplicjircon J.11- copies oi
trariscripli required P"iulJn detail.
and applic;alion a ail.hle on ihe 2 eh at
Inquiries: liuriai Resource
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: 186 i 754-4114
Fax: (386) 754-4594 .
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycceedu.
LCCC it accredited by SoutherniiAnsociation o'
,Coleges aid Schools VIYADA/EA/O Collcge hm
Education & Employinnt



Baldwin Area
Class "D" License needed
F/T Rate: $9.00.
apply at

EOEDVT Lic. #iAB9100008


Moe ilE

FIXER UPPER 38R.' IBA concrete bl5l
wiringround pool in Jormanridy Village
Being sold as is MLSt294095. S 116.500
- 3 duplexes 6 lolal uriit 2 '2.i 21.
E.":ellinl location MLS#294791. J48(O,000
MUST SEE Nice big corner lot 3BR 2BA
all appliancts included MLSi;275,65,
5249 9001I
240'.ftn 14 acres 4-iall barn w. feed
loom. lack room, fenced. in desirable area
MLl.3u135l S5389 500:
caki fr a small busines- Close ,i
everything ML51129341. 545 000
wnewi-r carpet & vinyl MlS ?2624
S142. .00
MUST MOVE Over 23('.istf 5RP 3A DWt
fenced backyard. MLS#307963, $129,000
53 ACRE FARM In Glen St. Mary set up
with elec*well*septic*fenced*2ponds.
MLS#307155, $775,000
is now ready to be developed for
commercial. MLS#292461, $575,000
- Fish from your backyard, 3BR/2BA on
cul-de-sac. MLS#310618, $110,000

In established Macclenny neighborhood, 3/2 home has large bonus
room. It is 2298 sq. ft., has large screened back porch, plus screened
side porch. The kitchen is large with lots of cabinets, also large family
room, On 2 city lots with back yard fenced, this one is a must see !!

Coverec'porch Q ,
& 295 sf bonus room. Laminale wood
floor, carpet & tile, gas FP, central vacuum, security system, pre-wired
for home theatre. $259,900

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home, on 1 acre. MLS#326135,
units on 2.5 acres. Great investment.
MLS#327752, $259,900

1395 Chaffee Road

South, Jacksonville


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

2500 SF 4BR/3BA house. Completely remodeled and updat-
ed! New Kitchen-Aid appliances, New wiring, plumbing and
air conditioning! Stone and wood flooring, vinyl board fence,
Two new electric fireplaces! REDUCED-$279,900

2 lots on US 90- in Glen St.
Mary with building. Excellent
business opportunity. Has water
& sewer. Currently rented at
$1100/month. $305,000
Excellent Business Location!
1.25 acres with 320 feet high-
way frontage on busy 121
North. Zoned Commercial
neighborhood. $419,000

3 lots in Glen St Mary, 75x130.
$55,000 each
Beautiful Country Home on 5.01
acres -4 BR/ 3 BA -Appro. 2350
heat age w/
apart ~ ground
pool, & large barn. Add'l land w/
pond also available. $429,900

Exc. "jJjajji(
East NPW.L!LL e~

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beautiful 4+ acre lot. Large front
porch with columns. Fireplace,
2 car garage, and much more.
MLS#326811, $345,000
private shady lot, partially cleared,
with paved road frontage. Already
split In 2 parcels. MLS#312559,

,:n 5 2 acres, has been paroally cleared
and fenced. MLStI3 5I369. $'275,000
3BR/2BA fully rphabbed ready Io
move in A must see. ML5 320602.
INVESTMENT 2.92 acres near 9A
.'' J Main InvesTment opportunity
MLS31 1404. 5450,000
frmlliv'din im Fanm Rm has iplrp 2 5
ai.re w/!pond MLSt1, 19'96, '359.900)
brick home, wood tile firs, 42"cabinets &
muchmore MLS#3.210'i5 569900
GREAT STARTER You II love this cozy
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MLSO311463, S5120,000
COUNTRY LIVING 4 acres ir Bryceville,
w/DW mobile home. & concule bll. wor.
:hcp Honme )Id a is. MLS,2U'9232
liv/din rm. Lge kitchen w/brkfst nook,
bonus room. MLS#322872, $239,000
VACANT LAND- 12 acres, 1 acre cleared,
well, electric, telephone, covered carport,
5th wheel included. MLS#320255,
COUNTRY LIVING 28+ acres of vacant
land in the country. MLS#317891,

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY- Brick home & two additional
lots to build on in excellent location for convenience to 1-10 and
shopping. Remodeled with new kitchen, stove & refrigerator.
All 3 for $189,900

Well established business in the fastest growing area of Macclenny,
Excellent corner lot location! Beverage License is available!
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$389,000" Owner will stay on to train you for 6 months.


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