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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS
Paid circulation leader *Winner of]22 state and national awardsforjournalism excellence in 2006
77th Year, Vol.27 Thursday, October 26, 2006 Macclenny, Florida 50O
Judgeship race on November 7
a ~me f r^Yn cf~
BY JIM McGAULEY
The top two primary finish-
ers will face off November 7 to
decide the next Group 4 circuit
,post vacated b\
49, of Gaines-
ville, the top
voter getter Sep-
tember 5 among
the six- counties
that make up
the Eighth Cir-
cuit, has con-
ties since then.
and just this
up the endorse-
ment of the
Sherman. of the ( Stan
} small Alachua
1 County town of
37, of Williston.
also in Alachua
in the best
the rural coun-
ties in the circuit
the first time
around, and has
been trying to
make inroads in
area, plus add to
his first primary
himself as a
farmer and Stephen i
owner in addition to having a
private law practice, has to make
up the ground. .Mr. Pennypacker
ended up with 61.6 percent of the
circuit vote in September more
than doubling the tally of both
Mr. Griffis and Ms. Sherman.
-- "I am the most qualified can-
didate because I am the most
experienced in criminal court
and jury trials, with broad ex-
perience in civil, family and ap-
pellate court," candidate Griffis
responded recently to a question-,
naire published in the Florida
"I am also the only candidate
with a successful private law
claim of "most
may be a bit of a
reach in light of
past tenure as
a private prac-
tice, lawyer, as-
sistant state at-
torney and. for
more than three
.as a general
effect a judge
in child depen-
dency cases. ,
.. Mr. Penny-
amassed a sta-
ble of support-
ritfi Igers who agree
he lays claim to
nered dozens of
around the cir-
cuit, from the
current state at-
torney Bill Cer-
*vohne, his pre-
Rod Smith, the
of Police, the
closer to home,
pack' Baker County
The Gainesville Sun, in an
October 18 endorsement, lauded
,Mr. Pennypacker for his experi-
ence and said he was clearly the
Among endorsements collected
by Mr. Griffis are the Florida Po-
lice Benevolent Association, Gator
Fire Council, Gainesville firemen
and the Starke police chief.
Two Union County business-
men, Marvin Pritchett and Avery
Roberts, also tossed in support
for Mr. Griffis.
Though judgeships -are non-
(See page 2)
Pumpkins. pumpkins. ever'iletie Cra/i artist Caiol Nelson puts small finishing Jda-is on the Hallow-tein display sli paiiitediifo
the front .lard fia chent in do ntown iMacclh'ien. Sui ine a stao ke and making a til ecto rv ueat e Cari.:/a it 11 apprectrinma
ofl er artistic abilir\. "mAl recoenr made me noit take anything ur granted," I h sa~h'
PH ,:T, B', KE-LE L WN N .1
Painting to celebrate life
Creativity bringing her back after debilitating stroke
BY KELLEY LANNIGANr
Carol Nelson is happiest with
a paint brush in her hand. She
has just put the finishing touches
on a group of wood pumpkin
figures she was commissioned to
design and paint for a front yard
Halloween scene in downtown
"I call this group the Happy
Pumpkin Family," Ms. Nelson1
says smiling. "My friend Mark
Lyons always produces the
wood cutouts for me..Then I get
down to the business of deciding
the colors and details."
For the Jacksonville native
whonowresides in Glen St. Mary
with her family, every stroke of
the brush is an affirmation of
life and faith.
In 1997, seven months. into
her first pregnancy, Carol Nelson
suffered a massive stroke, the
result of an undetected ,blood
clot. in her brain. She lay in
Baptist Medical Center, the right
side of her body completely
paralyzed, her speech reduced
to unintelligible groans.
"I kept telling my husband
that I wanted to go home," said
NMs. Nelson. "But he couldn't
understand what I was saying. It
was such a helpless feeling."
Friends and family manned
round-the-clock shifts to help
care for and feed her. That
allowed her husband, who drove
a truck, to keep his job.
The stroke caused the baby, a
girl, to deliver two weeks early.
Luckily, she delivered normally
with no complications. Again
friends and family stepped in to
help care for little Heather.
The doctors weren't hopeful
about the chances of Ms.
Nelson's recovery. When she
was able to sit up in a wheel
chair, her husband rolled her
down to see one of the doctors.
She remembers him looking at
her file and then stating that it
would be a good idea for her to
make a will.
"That was when it finally
hit me the reality of my own
mortality,", Ms. Nelon says.
They managed to visit a lawyer
and get a will drafted.
After returning home,
postpartum depression set in.
She still required caregivers
around the clock. Her appetite
disappeared. A pic-line (intra-
venous catheter) fed a blood-
thinning medication into her
system because the blood clot
was still present.
"I couldn't eat because
the depression took a%%ay my
desire for food," Ms. Nelson
remembers. "I was terrified of
losing consciousness because
the blood clot might kill me
in my sleep. It was a terrible
One night when she felt the
lowest point of despair, she
asked God to intervene either
take her permanently or let her
eat and sleep so she could try to
(See page 2)
Grandjury hears Dressel case November 1
The Baker County Grand Jury is expected to hear
the prosecution case November 1 against Bobbie
Dressel, accused in the shooting death of ex-girl-
friend Cindy Below at her south Macclenny trailer
home on October 16.
Mr. Dressel was returned to Macclenny the after-
noon of October 18 from Liberty County, Ga. south
of Savannah. He was arrested there at an Interstate
95 exit late on the same day of the shooting of Ms.
Below, 30, the mother of his 1-year-old son.
The accused, 29, made a first appearance shortly
after returning here and is now in the Duval County
jail without bond. He is charged with first-degree
This will be the second murder case presented
to the current grand jury. It indicted Melinda Smith
and Steve Arnold in September for the stabbing
death of Dorsey Bennett, 68, of Cuyler on August
12. Both are in county jail charged also with first-
Judge gives probation o n der
A Baker County man with that included burglary, three holdup of the Kangaroo conve- i
an extensive record of property counts of grand theft and arson. nience store across from the
crimes dating back to juvenile In other circuit court sentenc- county courthouse on April 24 of 1
age was sent off to state prison ings on October 23, Ryan Phil- this year.
for 20 years on Monday of this lips, 22, of Sanderson was given He fled the scene and led dep- d
week after pleading guilty to three years in prison followed by uties on a high-speed chase that
theft of a car in August of this a five-year sexual offender pro- ended in a wooded area off Yel-
year. bation after pleading to attempt- low Water Road in east Baldwin.
Michael Phillip Gainey, 21, ed lewd and lascivious assault on Mr. Phillips got less than $30
was on probation following re- a 15-year-old female. when he reached into the store's
lease from prison when he stole a Judge Glant ordered that the cash drawer, and pleaded no con-
car parked at Altman's Grocery. post-release probation period in- test this week to robbery, fleeing
He was arrested shortly after and clude electronic monitoring by police and reckless driving.
has been in county jail since with an ankle bracelet. A similar store robbery and
no bond. When Mr. Phillips had consen- subsequent chase merited Lance
Judge David Glant ordered tual sex with the teen last June, Rewis Jr. of Jacksonville a three- i
both concurrent and consecutive he was out on $10,000 bond on year sentence.
sentences for that offense, plus a number of charges related to Mr. Rewis entered pleas this
crimes dating back several years the early morning strong-arm week to robbery, battery, resist- p
ing police, driving without a li-
cense and reckless driving in the
Labor Day weekend incident.
He entered the Quick N Han-
dy on Lowder St. in Macclenny
and ran off with a fistful of 20
dollar bills he snatched from the
Police caught up with him in
Judge Glant ordered James
Tabbot to serve a year in prison
for burglary and theft of a 4-
Amy Calvert got a one-year
county jail sentence for obtain-
ing prescription drugs by fraud,
and Dewey McCoy a half-year
on a similar offense. His earlier
probation was terminated.
BY JIM MNcGAULEY
Crediting itself for a job well
done and declaring the move will
entice others into public service.
the Glen St. Mary Town Council
voted October 17 to join up with
the Florida retirement system.
In doing so, the board voted
unanimously to include itself in
"We've worked hard," said
Councilman Woody Crews, the
most vocal in calling for a mo-
tion to have Glen kick into the
state system. Councilmen also
cited the fact that longtime main-
tenance worker Joe Raulerson
retired recently without a pen-
sion, and offering it from here
out is an incentive for both exist-
ing and incoming workers.
Other than the five council
members. Glen St. Mary has but
three others on the payroll.
Mayor Juanice Padfgett. \ho
had been corresponding with
Florida's Division of Retirement
prior to last week's vote. said
a decision will come later on
whether Glen funds an amount
equal to 9 percent of gross pay to
the present or simply begins par-
ticipation on at a future date.
John Kucz' anski,. spokesman
for the Department of Manage-
ment Services in Tallahassee,
said compensation for past ser-
vice with public funds depends
on how Glen pays its employees.
Until the time the system is put
into place, however, the maxi-
mum pay-in is 9 percent.
"They can buy credit into the
system, but we'd need a clarifi-
cation on how they are paid,"
said Mr. Kuczwanski, explain-
ing that if compensation in the
past has been salary plus other
consideration it complicates the
issue. Councilmen make $200
monthly; Mayor Padget $1833.
Council members likely qual-
ify for the elected official rate
where Glen kicks in 12 percent
and retirement benefits accrue at
an .accelerated 3 percent annu-
ally. They become vested in ten
years, then draw 3 percent per
year for each year of participa-
tion, based on average pay for
the final five years.
In other business last week,
the Council formalized its con-
tract with newly hired town at-
torney Joel Foreman of Lake
City, replacing Phyllis Rosier of
Starke who is now on the circuit
Mr. Foreman, who briefed the
board on a number of pending
matters that night, will charge a
$500 monthly retainer that in-
cludes meeting attendance and
two hours. Additional hours are
at $150 each.
Mr. Foreman recommended
the town adopt a policy allowing
existing deep wells where they
already exist on parcels connect-
ing to the central water system.
Mayor Padgett cited two cases
where that is the case now,
The attorney cautioned against
enforcement woes that follow
ambiguous policy in this area,
and suggested it be included in
Glen St. Mary's utility ordinance.
The provision prohibits use of
existing wells for uses other than
irrigation when residences are
connected to the central water
(See page 2)
Have a safe &, happy
Halloween October 31!
Don't-forget to 'Fall Back'
your clocks Saturday night!
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Glen rewards itself for
'hard work' with pension
.(From page 1' would be allowed.
(From page ) The council joined up withitie"
system-." Baker County Commission and
Councilman Dickie Foster will send a letter to the Taylor
suggested closing all wells in County Commission in Perry ex-
close proximity to existing septic pressing concern over increased
tanks. CSX rail traffic in the event a,
The water-sewer. ordinance large coal-fired generator plant is
will come before the council in located near Perry.
the near future, as will more de- The county board approved
bate on impact fees, utility secu- a similar resolution earlier last
rity deposits for rental property week at the behest of an environ-
and whether to allow skateboard- mental coalition.
ing at Friendship Park adjacent
to Town Hall. Stroke vic
Attorney Foreman suggested r V tim
further research, to determine 1 i. .
the original outer boundaries of 0to brin IV ln
Blocks 1 and 2 in the northwest
town. Surveyed as part of the (From page 1)
original map 90 years ago, the
sections "disappeared" from the According to Ms. Nelson, a
current survey map. remarkable thing happened.
Mayor Padgett advised the "I instantly felt warmth flow
board nothing in the present com- through my whole body. I saw
mercial zoning code will prevent prisms of light and I felt my
placement of an ice house at the body begin to relax and suddenly
northwest comer of US 90 and knew I was going to be alright."
CR125 in downtown Glen. The next day her appetite
The unit is similar in appear- returned and she began sleeping.
ance to one on South 6th in Mac- Her mobility returned gradually.
clenny, and council members in- While lying helpless in the
eluding Ms. Padgett questioned hospital, Ms. Nelson remembers
whether it conflicts with the En- feeling extreme regret that she
vision Glen study that called for would never be able to paint
permanent structures reflecting again. She had loved painting and
Glen's heritage. making crafts since childhood.
It wasn't immediately clear "It made me so terribly sad
how the town could legally block to know the ability that. brought
such a structure under its present me so much happiness, might
zoning classifications, be gone forever," she said. "So,
In another area where the when my mobility began to
council cast a disapproving eye, return, I was determined to use
Savage Enterprises will be told my arm again so I could paint."
individual utility meters are She worked at it and gradually
needed for commercial office regained control. She even wrote
spaces in its renovated building poetry about her healing process
on US 90 east. The developer and the deepening of her faith
queried whether a single meter in God and life that occurred
(From page 1)
partisan (not affiliated with a po-
litical party). the Griffis-Penny-
'"packer runoff'has taints of party
politics because the' former is
affiliated with Republican opera-
tives in many of the rural coun-
In fact, Griffis signs have
been sighted at the local GOP
headquarters on College St. in
Macclenny, a violation of the
Supporters of Mr. Griffis, who
is not directly related to the large
took up brush
A back into life
during that time:
"...sparkles surround me -,
a prism that glistens in the sun
as yoi hold my hand. I now
understand the untold story of
life, time and glory..."
Today, it's almost as if the
stroke never happened. Seeing
and talking with this vibrant
mother of two daughters who
smiles almost continuously
makes it nearly impossible
to imagine her paralyzed and
unable to speak.
Ms. Nelson has chosen to
view her harrowing experience
as a wake-up call to life. "I just
thank God for every day now
and for all the little things," she
Carol Nelson is looking
forward to her next painting
project, a group of large
commissioned by the same client
who ordered the pumpkins. She
waves her paintbrush in the air
"I just can't wait to get
started!" she declares.
experience' endorsed en ts
contingent of Baker and Union
county residents with the same
last name, are painting him as
a conservative, .famil). .ylues ,
Mr. Pennypacker, they point
out, is aligned with the "liberal"
Gainesville establishment, but
they cite no credible evidence to
show his political leanings either
'Mr. Griffis, who did not re-
spond to an interview request
October 23, in fact changed his
party affiliation to Republican
when he planned in early 2005 to
run for state representative.
He apparently changed his.
mind and sought the judgeship
being vacated by the retirement
of Maurice Giunta.
In 2004, Mr. Griffis ran un-
successfully as a Democrat to
unseat Mr. Cervone as top pros-
ecutor a move that no doubt
triggered the latter's early and
enthusiastic endorsement of Mr.
The state attorney recalled
during that campaign Mr. Griffis
called for the ouster of all Re-
publican candidates. Mr. Cer-
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Republican and resisted pressure
to jump parties before the 2004
, c~A,,asijl \\on re-election in a
circuit with ahea\ il Democrat-
Mr. Pennypacker, citing the
non-partisan nature of judge
races, declined this week to com-
ment on the "liberal". assigna-
tion, but said Mr. Griffis "clearly
latched onto" supporters in the
Candidate Griffis' post-gradu-
ate degrees include a master's in
business' from UNF and a law
degree from, FSU. His under-
graduate degree is from UF.
Mr. Pennypacker has a law
degree from UF and undergradu-
ate degree from Duke.
Though he had a private prac-
tice for 15 ears and spent four
years \ ith the state attorney.-
(some as a division chief), Mr.
Penns packer points to the chief
magistrate position as most com-
pelling in preparing him for the
"The judges have trusted me
for over three years to do their
\%ork (as a magistrate), so I tell
\ others the\ should trust me, too,"'
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I am writing this letter as I grieve for a family member who left us, it seems, way
before she should have.
I'm speaking of Cynthia Below, who was brutally murdered at her home by her es-
tranged boyfriend Bobbie Dressel. "CindN Poo," as I called her, was a great person. She.
was a corrections officer, a friend and a mother to two precious babies. Cynthia didn't
S v want to leave us so soon, and she tried in vain to stop the person who was trying to take
her from us.
Bobbie Dressel was no stranger to the law when Cindy first asked for a restraining
order against him in July-of this year. Bobbie violated the restraining order numerous
He once threw a brick through Cind\ 's windshield as she left work; ,another time he
h fired an AK-47 assault rifle in her yard while she was, inside. And then there were the
phone calls hundreds of threatening phone calls.
Bobbie Dressel \ a:s arrested in August for \iolating the restraining order, and subse-
quentl\ released on bond with the stipulation that he Near a GPS tracking device around
his ankle. The de\ ice does two things: first. Bobbie Dressel's location anywhere in the
world is available to the Sheriff's Office 24 hoIurs a day, seven days a week: second, if
he went to any location that Cind was associated with the monitoring company could
^0 call the Sheriff's OffKie.
With a restraining older in place and Bcbbie Dressel wearing the GPS device, Cind
- should have been safe.
S. ,. That wasn't the case at all.
On October 15. Bobbie Dressel called Cindy over 30 times threatening to kill her.
C CindN reported these incidents to the Sheriff's Office and a report was made. This is the
point at which Sheriff Joey Dobson had the opportunity, to sa\e a beautiful oung mother
of two from a horrible fate at the hands of a lunatic.
\%e all know w hat happened less than 24 hours after a report was made to the Sheriff's
Office. Cind\ Below \\as murdered.
Here is whfat should have happened. When C, nthia called the sheriffon the 15th to re-
port death threats had been made. the BCSO should ha\ e called thlie monitoring company
and learned Bobbie Dressel's location. If-he was out of the county, a \ arrant could ha\e
been obtained so any agency\ could pick him up.
Ajudge has the power to denN bond to any person he or she deems a threat to the pub-
lic. Bobbie Dressel demonstrated time and time again lie was a serious threat to Cindy.
Unfortunately, these simple steps weren't taken b\ Sheriff Dobson, and the result \was a
Sheriff Joey Dobson stood in front of the television cameras on the morning of Octo-
ber 16\ while Cindy was 1\ ing dead on the floor of her home and told reporters two things
I \ ill al ways remember.
First. he said, "W\Ve can't place a deputy out here at this house 24 hours a day, seven
days a week...." I think in a situation like this with a person like Bobbie Dressel it would
l have been a smnnall price to pa3 to post a deputy at Cindy "s home until Bobbie was located.
With the GPS tracking bracelet he would ha\ e been found quickly.
Second. Sheriff Dobson said. "As any person knows, a law enforcement agency can
only do what we can do."
I would agree with that statement if his office had done everything that could have
been done. In the case of Cindy Below, Sheriff Dobson abandoned the basic duty he ha,4
to protect human life, and there is no excuse fdr his' inaction.' ,
Perhaps if Sheriff Dobson had worked as hard on Cindy's case as he works ,.R sN
politics, maybe Cindy. would still be with us.
S; CGien St. Maliry
WhatB CSO did
(Editor's note: .Sit.fiJ.', v D h,,ir in p ,,indily t Ihroim .J a c I.' op f Melissa. May)' ileer this paz, I and
contends it i' rifr ,ithi.li t ,ii t',,, ita..in. Raei th,im .I, s. th./ w areas dir,.ci he opted to prepare the
chronological u',wi u, ti ,a p,.i ,/ ht0' fh l,,' Il:. 'i ,ilc. t' spai ,
Background of events prior to homicide of Cindy Belonw'
BY SHERIFF JOEY DOBSON
12'31,2004 Responded to residence reference shots being fired. Cynthia Belo%% and
Nalcolm Johns reported that after an argument between Below and Bobbie Dressel, he
tired several shots from an AK-47 into the air outside. residence. He fled on foot and was
apprehended by deputies a short time later. A search off George Hodges Road failed to
turn up the rifle, and Mr. Johns and Ms. Below refused to complete witness statements.
say ing the\ didn't want Mr. Dressel to get into trouble. He was arrested for aggravated
assaultimproper exhibition of firearm, discharging it in public and resisting arrest \\ ith-
7/8.'06 C\nthin Below reported to the Union County Sheriff's Office that Bobbie
Dressel threw what appeared to be a beer bottle at her vehicle. Sworni complaint: throw -
ing a deadly missile and cnmmnal mischief.
7/10 06-AClay Count\ deputy\ reported Mr. Dressel told his father he bought shot-
gun and was goinglo Nlacclenny to kill Cynthia Two patrol cars iere stationed near her
residence. Four hours later, a neighbor reported seeing
him walking in the area. He a-s arrested in the Winn-
Fa IOu t Di\ie parking lot for aggravated stalking and resisting
arrest w without violence .
7,13 06 Circuit Judge Phyllis Rosier issued an in-
O i a junction for domestic \ tolence.
fi.' S 25'06 -Bobbie Dressel recluested an escort[to Ms.
Below%' address on Brent Lane to retrie\ e property.
8/26/06 Domestic disturbance at Brent Lane. Mr.
i d _rd r Dressel' was arrested near 1-10 and SR 228 for violat-
ing injunction, and on TUnion Count\ warrants for beer
8/27/06 Cynthia Below reported Bobbie Dressel isolated injunction by calling her
on the phone from county jail. Another charge for \ iohiting order.
8/29/06 Judge Joey Williams ordered Bobbie Dressel equipped with a monitoring
de\ ice that established an exclusionn zone" of 101)0 teet from Ms. Below 's residence
and Union Correctional \\here she worked It \,as installed and the following day he w as
released from jail.
10/15'06 Sgt. Thomas Dyal called Ronda Funk of the Hubbard House as requested
by dispatch. and she arranged for a three-way call including Cynthia Below. Ms. Funk
told the officer NMr. Dressel had been calling Nis. Below since October 13. Sgt. Dyal went
to her residence, and Ms. Below told him Bobbie Dressel originally called October 13
requesting to attend, their son's birthdaN part\. She denied the request, and after several
more calls told Mr. Dressel the state attorney's office on October 13 advised her not to
have any conversations with him. Sgt. Dyal said Nis. Below did not mention any threats
made by Mr. Dressel during about 30 calls. Because of the existing injunction. Sgt. Dyal
filed a sworn complaint. ..
.10 24.06 -,The company that monitors the tracking device ad\ ised itis not monitored
live in real-time and notifies the monitor when the "exclusion zone" established by the
judge is violated.
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on 'Envision Glen'
I hate to be a grouch. but the with its street lamps and land-
hand-wringing that took place at scaping).
last week's Glen St. Mary Town That's %%hat you want, but
Council meeting leads me to that's not what we're getting
believe the Envi- MSO since publica-
sion Glen study IMPRB SIONS' tion of Envision
of several years Glen.
back was a waste JIM McGAULEY A boxy ice
of time. plant certain-
A dust-gatherer, if you will. ly doesn't blend in. In, fact, it
During the October 17 regular screams out, "We couldn't get
council meeting, Mayor Juanice anybody else interested this
Padgett mentioned in an off- property so the hell with it!"
handed way that a tenant wants Pardon me for being a bit
'to place a stationary ice plant at harsh with a new .neighbor, but
the busy comer of US 90 and the barn-like convenience store
CR 125 downtown. It is similar soon to be completed in the east
to the one on South 6th in Mac- downtown doesn't do it, either.
clenny a box-type structure It's a drive-through affair, and
that vends ice similar to a drink the owners say they'll do some
or candy machine. things to spruce up its appear-
Except bigger and uglier than ance. They were responding to
a vending machine, concerns from town councilmen
I thought the whole point of it didn't comply with the plan.
getting people together early in Maybe it will look better the
the game to decide what Glen closer it gets to completion.
St. Mary will look like by 2010- For now, it's just another tin
2020 and beyond was to get con- building.
trol of a concept. The recent renovation of a
So people wouldn't think a box-like brick structure just east
handful of planning and zoning of there is a step forward. The
police were taking control of a building looks ten times better
traditionally laid-back, sleepy than the uninspired, neglected
borough, everyone was invited eyesore that stood there for
to participate, years. It still isn't an "Envision"
Relatively few did, but it was architecture, but the contractor
and remains a noble effort. wasn't working with much and
The group and subsequent should be congratulated for what
report Envision Glen called for he's done so far.
retention of the "small-town" Yes, I realize downtown Glen
charm of Glen St. Mary, along St. Mary isn't going to look like
with corresponding architecture. the St. Johns Center in Jackson-
Trouble is, Glen St. Mary ville. Envision Glen made a state-
- much like central Macclenny ment, and recent developments
- doesn't have much in the way downtown both in the works
of traditional or attractive archi- and proposed like the ice house
tecture to mimic or restore. So make a bit of a mockery of the
you've gotta kinda make it. work that many did to complete
Storefronts should look the study.
"small-townish," colors need to The Glen Town Council,
be earthy and blend with each which approved Envision Glen,
other. You want nice looking needs to become its biggest be-
store fronts with awnings and at- liever and not react timidly like
tractive public areas (much like it did last week.
the heralded Friendship Park
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A few weeks ago you had a
nice article on Everybody's Res-
taurant in Baldwin.
We were passing through
Baldwin on Friday and decided
to try it out. We were very im-
pressed. It was neat, clean and
"homey," and the service was
excellent. Our teenage grand-
daughter raved about it, too.
The Press is blessed to have
Kelley Lannigan on board. We
also look forward to Bobby
Hart's Desert Diary. I went to
high school with his father.
(p.s. It sometimes still takes the
"pony express" a week to bring
our Press the 55 miles from Mac-
clenny to Hawthorne.)
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No scary masks, please
TA 4w, A 4.1
Chamber gives awards at annual banquet Oct
The Baker County Chamber of Commerce held its 26th annual banquet Thursday, October 19 at the a riculhair bu
Macclenny. In this ph re .re, Bruain Teeple (center), executive director of the Northeast Ftor/.la Ret. aral Plam,ine C
Driggers (left) of Westside Pre-school and Day Care, winner of the chamber amainl Disuiinishd SerS ice Award,
Executive Director Goiw:r Barber (right). Mr. Teeple was. the guest .p-aA.i oa.t t h rpin 1.0a' Tiertop '.it Ro,'
growth-related problems and how to address them. New officers for the ape..w ', ar are preIlent ToJdl Ferreria,
Jackie Robinson and Ms. Driggers, treasurer. The chamber handed its Business. Appreciation Awards to the Baker F
and I star Credit Union. PHOTOBY
Ohio fugitive was
Fleeing a county deputy and
theft of a pickup truck are the
more serious of charges filed
October 22 against a Nlacclenny
S man later found to be wanted in
his native state of Ohio for es-
cape from ajail. '
Richard Luallen, 27, was
found hiding in a closet at the
residence of his aunt off Faye
Road north of Macclenny. Depu-
ties had gone there late that eve-
ning after recovering a stolen
pickup truck nearby across from
a residence occupied by' the sus-
Deputy Greg Burnsed was
enroute to another call near Twin
Bridges on SR 121 just after 6:00
pm when he clocked a noth-
bound car at 108 mph. then gave
chase after it quickly turned east
onto private property toward a
When the officer pulled up
behind the 1995 Ford its driver,
later identified as Mr. Luallen,
fled into nearby woods. Passen-
ger Thonias Brock 19, of Mac-
clenny was taken into custody
and told Deputy Burnsed the car
belonged to an aunt who was out
Later that evening, Marvin
Lauramore reported a 1993 Ford
pickup stolen from his residence
off Leonard Norman Road not
far from where Mr. Luallen was
S last seen.
Police were aware of a resi-
dence off Violet Lane near 121
where the suspect had been stay-
ing, and Lt. Glen Gnann that
evening found the pickup parked
Deputy Brad Dougherty, who
found Mr. Luallen in the closet,
said the suspect admitted to be-
ing wanted in Ohio, and said that
is the reason he ran from Deputy
He was booked for grand
theft of the pickup, fleeing po-
lice, speeding and having an
open container of alcohol in the
Ford. Charges against Mr. Brock
In another arrest involving
a warrant, Earl Griffin, 50, of
Jacksonville was taken into cus-
tody after police questioned himn
about suspicious behavior at the
Citgo store on CR 125 south of
Glen St. Mary.
Store employees said Mr.
Griffin argued \ith them about
missing bags the evening of Oc-
tober 16. Deputy James Parhamn
.I learned the suspect is wanted
for violation of probation in Tal-
lahassee on an original charge of
aggravated battery with a deadly
Derrick Thomas, 20, of Lake
City was booked for disorderly
intoxication after he refused sev-
eral requests to leave a residence
off Friendship Place near Sand-
erson in the pre-dawn hours of.
Deputy Tony Norman con-
fronted Mr. Thomas at the rear,
door of a residence occupied by
Marsha Donaldson. He was there
to see a third party, said Deputy
,, BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
r.-. The Baker County School
Board voted during.its October
16 public hearing to approve, a
revised Safe and Secure Schools
Policy and adopt a Domestic
Adoption of both policies
has been federally mandated to
comply with the Department of
Homeland Security's National
Incident .Management System
"NIMS was developed to
enable emergency responders
from different jurisdictions and
J disciplines to work together for
1 better response to .emergency
ig inc west situations including natural
uncil, Peggy,. disasters, school violence and
and chamber acts of terrorism.
pi Oaddr'iissi "We're in a heightened
airsi YMC.eA state of. national security in
this country right no%%." said
:ELLEY LANNIGAN Assistant Superintendent Glenn
A criminal complaint for do-
mestic violence w as filed against
a 19-year-old Sanderson man for
allegedly3 confronting an ex-girl-
friend at her north Macclennm
residence and threatening to kill
NicoleZimnerman. 20, called
police follow ing the confronta-
tion late on October 16. She told
Deputy Erik Deloach that Jon
Sapp, 19, followed her home
from %work and attempted to gain
entri to the residence.,
The; suspect allegedly threat-
ened Ms. Zinmerman and took
away her phone when she at-
tempted to call for help. The
victim says shek ran outside and
yelled for help, and two passers-.
by responded. Mr. Sapp fted the
In a similar complaint, this
one involving a couple with a
history of violence and arguing,
SJudy McAndrew. 49. alleged her
estranged 38-) ear-old husband
- Kenneth violated a court injunc-
tion by telephoning her 20 times
during a two-hour period on Oc-
A judge earlier ordered Mr.
McAndrew to stay away from
his wife, including refrain from
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phoning her. The couple is di-
vorcing. according to the inci-
dent report by Deputy Claude
A 32-Near-old father "as ar-
rested for domestic violence
against his wife and a 17-year-
old son following a series of
incidents at their residence off.
Thomas Circle east of Macclen-
Deputy Brad Dougherty made
the arrest after interviewing
the 38-year-old wife, who had
gone to county jail with her four
children. He then went to the
residence and confronted the ac-
cused, who the officer observed
.smelled of alcohol.
The husband told a conflict-
ing story, but.was arrested due to
marks on both the wife and son.
An attempt will be made to ar-
range for alcohol and anger man-
agement counseling for a 27-
\ear-old son after he'damaged
his another's vehicle because she
would not give him a ride from
Sanderson to Macclenny.
Mickey Raulerson, 49, told
Deputy Dougherty her son, Ter-
ry Cannon II, reacted violently at
her residence off Thomas Sweat
Road the night of October :17
by kicking the door of her 2005
Pontiac off its hinges. He also
threatened to kick out the vehicle
Ms. Raulerson said she re-
fused her son's request for a ride
because he had been drinking.
I policies on school
McKendree. "Making sure each school will identi
plans are in place to deal with monitor areas where the
potential violence is in keeping has become a burden.
.with compliance to the new The appointed
mandates for schools." will also be responsible
A special meeting called suggesting possible st
two -\ weeks ago between school and findings will be i
district administrative staff and annually to DOE.
members of law enforcement, The school boarc
fire and emergency response recognized retiring t
personnel also addressed Betty Harrisand Rhea A
coordinated response plans along with Marvin Ru
already in place in the event of their years of service.
campus violence. B en fit No .
The domestic security policy Beneit OV.z
requires a domestic security
plan in each school. The school for ailin chi
superintendent is responsible
for making sure each school's A number of fund
plan is in compliance with the events will be held on S
guidelines set by NIMS. November 4 at the Ma
The school plans address Moose Lodge on West L(
the topics of campus access, benefit 6-year-old Ethan
emergency equipment, training of Glen St Mar. who
for school personnel, students, undertwent surgery to re
itate and local partners and ne \ second brain tumor.
employees. It will also address The benefit includes
communication and notification sale, bake sale, pork
procedures, and coordination dinners on sale and mus
between school. la% enforcement tertainmt by Jimy Ba
and first responder sern ices. Josie Davis. The event
In other items from the 9:00 am-3:00 pm.
October 16 meeting, the board To arrange for donation
also agreed to comply with a yard sale, or baked go<
Florida law aimed at limiting the Annette Barton at 259-
amount of papemrork required Josie Davis at 259-5291
of teachers by the Department prefer to make a moneta
of Education in Tallahassee. tion, please do so throu
Beginning next fall, districts cantile.Bank in Ethan
must address the problem and name.
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The wheel on the bus goes 'round and 'round ...
Dressed as a life-sized Raggedy Ann doll, PreK Center Principal Sherrie Rauler son welcomes sone of the school district's bus
drivers to an early mnorainii appreciation party. The PreK Center obsen'ed Natonal School Bis Safety Week, October 15- 21 by
decorating with a room-,t sied. ellow paper school bus. individual paper buses feantrigi a photo of each driver and lots of home-
made cookies, cake and other goodies. Principal Raiuerson and other stall i embers entertained drivers with a rollicking song
and dance number to the tumn of The Bus Song." From left. drivers Gloria Farrell, Dee Dee Swindeil. Prinicpai Raiuderson,
Steven Smiley, Schell Beiritn...Assistant Principal Sie Gilie aid Kinm K er..
P* 1 l L n n i N
'Customer' drives off oman say
i'nr % *I t-. '1 -1 f r % r f"', 1 Ir^ I~ t C%
A man posing as a customer
drove off from the used vehicle
lot at Pineview Chevrolet the af-
ternoon of October 16 after ob-
taining keys to a pickup on the
premise he \\as checking out the
The white male in his 40s
or early 50s approached man-
ager Marvin Nelson about 4:00
and appeared to be checking
out vehicles. He returned in ten
minutes with what Mr. Nelson
thought %were both key sets and
they conversed for a time before
the suspect left.
NMoments later., he drove axwaN
in a 2001 Chevrolet Silverado
pickup valued at $17.000. Mr.
Nelson said it headed east on NMc-
Iver after leaving the lot at the
intersection with South 6th.
He further described the sus-
pect as 6 feet tall, thin with a full
beard. wearing a ball cap and a
Just before leaving, the sus-
pect conversed about a homicide
that occurred in southMacelenny
that morning, and claimed to be
related to victim Cindy Below.
In other vehicle thefts, Denise
Harrington, 29, of Macclenny is
named in a criminal complaint
for taking a 2006 PT Cruiser
from a residence on South 9th
overnight on October 19.
The vehicle belongs to David
Garcia of Forest Park, Ga, who
was visiting in the area with
daughter Tiffan) Garcia, an ac-
quaintance of Ms. Harrington.
Ms. Garcia told police she
awakened that morning to find
the vehicle gone.' She and the
suspect had spent the night at the
residence, and had argued before
Ms. Harrington was found
with the car the following day in
White Springs, Fla. She will be
charged with grand theft.
A 17-year-old from Perry, Fla.
was arrested north of Macclenny
the afternoon of October 17 seat-'
ed in a 1993 Ford pickup he al-
legedly took from a relative.
Sgt. Michael Crews said he
located the suspect near Mace-
donia Church after being advised
the youth may be in the area vis-
iting a girlfriend. The boy %\as
also in possession of a pistol be-
longing to a relative.
A Honda off-road vehicle was
taken out of a garage through a
rear door at the residence of Wil-
liam Barfield off Andrews St. in
Glen St. Mary on October 19.
The o\ ner said he w as a" a\
from the property during day-
light hours, and entry to the ga-
rage was likely through a rear
A riding lawn nower valued
at $4500 was taken from an open
shed behind the EZ Stop conve-
nience store on CR 125 north of
Glen between October 13-20.
Owner Ronnie Thomas told
police about $400 in other prop-
erty is also missing, including
tools and a refrigerator.
A 15-year-old male from
Macclenny was arrested about
midnight on October 20 after a
deputy sheriff stopped him driv-
ing a van on 7th St. in the north
Deput. Erik Deloach said
he made the traffic stop on the
southbound van because of a
The boy w as detained for
driving without a license, and a
subsequent search of the vehicle
yielded a crack smoking pipe.
The officer asked the youth N hen
he last smoked the drag, and the.
boy replied "yesterday."
In another arrest involving
a juvenile-age male, a criminal
complaint for battery will be
filed against a 13-year-old for al-
legedly striking an 11-year-old
acquaintance on October 22.
The incident took place at the
victim's residence off Webb Rd.
in Macclenny and resulted in
the younger boy being treated at
Fraser Hospital for a facial lac-
The older boy told Sgt. Mi-
chael Crews he confronted the
victim over a stabbing threat.
in parking lot
A Lake City woman told po-
lice she was robbed of $1400
cash by one of three men who
confronted her in the parking
lot of the A-Z Grocery south of
NMacclenny the afternoon of Oc-
Mar y Moseley, 31, said she
did not report the crime until,
she returned home. She also told
Deputy James Parham III she
spoke to a store clerk after the
robbery and was told there were
not surveillance cameras on the
Ms. Moseley said she was
westbound on Interstate 10 that
afternoon and exited at SR 121
to purchase cigarettes. The store
is three miles south of 1-10 at the
intersection of Mud Lake Road.
One of three black males ap-
proached her as she exited her
vehicle, punched herand grabbed
her wallet, the'\ oman old Dep-
ury Parham. He then extracted
the cash and tossed it back into
She described the suspect
only as wearing a white t-shirt
with dreadlock hair.
The officer noted Ms. Mose-
ley's right eye bore the! physical
signs of being punched.
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 26, 2006 Page 5
Four arrested for attempting to con
Fraser ERinto filling prescriptions
Four persons, two of them with drunk driving after she was She failed field sobriety tests
juveniles, were arrested Octo- taken there following an accident at county jail after she was re-
ber 20 for attempting to obtain the morning of October 18. leased from the hospital, and a
prescription medicine from the Sgt. Thomas Dyal said Ms. subsequent urine test was posi-
emergency room at Fraser Hos- Eddy. appeared disoriented at tive for cocaine.
pital in Macclenny. the scene following the 7:30 ac-
Sgt. Michael Crews of the cident at US 90 and Lowder in P.cnllig //'lth Star.
sheriff's department said he was west Macclenny. C ing t i a
at the ER about 5:00 pm and was She was in similar shape \hen The First Coast Women's Ser-
tipped off on the prescription he interviewed her at the hospi- vices announce an Evening with
fraud. After several interviews tal,'and believed she was picking Star Parker Thursday, October
where the suspects initially de- up her son from school when the 26 at the Hyatt Jacksonville
nied, then admitted their motives accident occurred even though Riverfront Hotel. Funds donated
for going to the hospital, he made it was morning. from Baker County residents at
the arrests. Sgt. Dyal also found a crack this dinner will go toward the
Booked at county jail were pipe in her pocket..and charged satellite center that will open
Ashley Kaye, 22, of St. Augus- Ms. Eddy with possession of here in the near future. .
tine and Da\id Turner. 36. of drug paraphernalia.
Macclenny: a 16-.year-old female
and a 17-year-old male. both with
Flagler. FL. addresses.
Ms. Kaye said she claimed to
have injured her back moving
furniture, and Mr. Turner told
the admitting office he fell dow n
stairs moving furniture.
The female juvenile received
treatment at Fraser for a bite in-
jury after she was interviewed,
and the other juvenile told Sgt.
Crews he %was there to assist in
procuring drugs. He initially de-
nied knowing any of the three.
Ms. Ka\e told the deputy she
was addicted to both crack and
Methadone and %\as dying, and
the juvenile female identified
herself as Mr. Turner's niece.
She said Mr. Turner urged her
to lie about their relationship so
they could obtain separate pre-
In a second, unrelated case
that unfolded at the Fraser emer-
gence room, Wendy Eddy. 31.
of NMacclenny ended up charged
Storage units plundered
A more complete inventory
of stolen items is anticipated atf-
ter the locks on 11 storage units
were cut sometime before Octo-
As of that date, twvo tenants
told police they were missing
property: a TV/VCR and DVD
player belonging to Dennis Johns
of Olustee. and tele\ isions, win-
do" air conditioners and other
items belonging to Teresa Har-
relson, no address indicated.
Owner Alex Robinson con-
tacted the other nine tenants and
asked for an inventory of miss-
It appeared all the units %were
pilfered, and five of the locks
"ere found in one of them.
In other burglaries, a 1998
Toyota SUV belonging to Shawn
Eastman was entered overnight
on October 16 and a number of
items reported stolen. They in-
clude various identification and
credit cards, prescription medi-
cation, $30 cash and CDs.
The vehicle was parked on
West Ohio in Macclenny and
entered through the driver's side.
A purse belonging to Christine
Grimes of Jacksonville was taken
from her Ford SUV parkedoutside
Ferreira Funeral Home during the
afternoon of October 19.
And in a case of crin.inal mis-
chief, Jacob Huff, 50, of Harris-
burg, Pa. was charged with burn-
ing several holes in the carpet of
a room he rented at the Days Inn
He faces a second count of
misdemeanor marijuana posses-
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 26, 2006 Page 6
New buses designed for safety
BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
It's Monday morning at
the Baker County School
District Transportation Facility
(otherwise known as the
bus garage), and the routine
inspection of school buses is
underway. Lead Inspector Larry
Crews just flipped the switch that
operates the electric/hydraulic
powered lift in the maintenance
A roaring sound fills the bay
and a huge, yellow bus, one of
'44 currently maintained by the
district begins to rise into the
Transportation Director Gary
Pelham, a seven-year veteran
whose typical morning begins
a 5:00 am, stands nearby,
surveilling the progress of the
School buses have changed
in the last decade. Since they are
rotated out of the system every
10 years, the .tough, no frills
work-horse buses that weie such
a common sight on the roads a
generation ago are becoming
a thing of the past. Modem
buses are larger and designed
specifically with comfort and
safety in mind.
"Today, a typical bus in this.
county logs between .20,000-
30,000 miles annually," says Mr.
Pelham. Our buses use about
700 gallons of fuel every day -
more when it rains." They cost
about $70,000 brand new, and
that's without air conditioning."
The front seats of new buses
'have panels that fold down to
reveal built-in child safety seats
for the smallest passengers. The
seats are :fully padded with a
They are designed to absorb
impact during a collision and act
as a buffer.between the children.
Flame retardant material is
used to construct the, coverings
and all seats have seat belts.
The driver's seating area is
ergonomically designed for the
greatest comfort and ease of.
operation. 1 oe
Doors are no longer manually
operated, but are air powered
and open \ ith a simple flip of
"Our veteran drivers, who are
all too familiar with 'driver's
shoulder' are especially glad for
that," Mr. Pelham laughs.
Man\ buses are now sporting
new "California" mirrors which
have large, round, wide-angle,
reflectors. This allows drivers
the \\ idest possible viewing area
to see walking children, cars and
New buses also have an
automated crossing arm
attached to the front bumper
that is activated when the bus
comes to a complete stop. This
feature also ensures the driver
can visibly account for children
as they cross in front while,
approaching 'or departing the
About 250 feet prior to
stopping, the system of amber
warning lights begin to flash.
The system switches to red
flashing lights at full stop when
loading and unloading.
The front control panel,
located to the driver's left, is
Updated nearly every year,
according to Mr. Pelham;
.Ai '71.) e gr. aind 10 irat a S 1014 it '' b *3 1,-,sholder- it; 'el a lead ia Sff 1t rTt ro,'
Crc"'. cheicct'he'lwn ad i~ta #a f,,jrite for i cor aad lair.4/1 .,/ B010, Comr, 44
schoo'iil buice'sundergo an in-depth wtspecrio.I cienr 31) da~s A ir Crti, w- checks -
There is even a noise reduction
switch activated %when the bus
approaches a railroad crossing.
It inumediatelh reduces noise
of radios. air blowers, etc., so
that the sound of a train engine
or horn can be more easily
"With the size of buses, their
vivid yellow color and the very
conspicuous flashing warning
lights, it's hard to believe any
driver wouldn't be able to see a
school bus," says Mr. Pelham.
Buses are equipped with
a two-way radio system for
communication between drivers,
_the transportation department,
parents and law enforcement
personnel ." .
Camera and video systems
are mounted in the overhead
front panel near the driver seat.
The camera records to a hard
drive which can be accessed
by the computer system in the
The. two handicapped buses
operated by the county are not
required toha\'e the \ideos\ stem.
"T\\o things account for that."
explains Mr. Pelham. "Those
two buses just don't experience
the discipline problems often
present on regular buses and
they state requires the presence
of an aide to assist the children
Other safety features deal
with emergency evacuation.
Any window with a surrounding
rubber gasket can be removed'
from the inside, and the bus roof
has air circulation hatches that
can be removed to free trapped
Florida's Department of
Education requires every bus
carrying children undergo an in-
depth 60-point inspection once
every 30 days.
The inspection is divided
PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
into main categories: Inside and
outside, engine compartment.
undercarriage, lubrication and
maintenance and road test.
According to Mr. Pelham, every
inch of the bus is put under
"We check even thing." says
Mr. Pelharn. "Hoses, lines,
wiring, bolts, filters, seats,
brakes, gauges. lights if it's part
of the bus, then it's checked."
Two-three buses are inspected
daily from 9:00 am to 1:00 p.m.
- the window of time when they)
are typically idle between four
Brand new buses '-are put
through an initial inspection
also. If thev arrive 'from the.
manufacturer and don't meet
code requirements, they don't
go on the road.
Also different on the newer
buses is a fuel system designed
to use' an ultra-low sulphur
The .newer buses are
advantageous for their highly
developed child-safety features,
but have one disadvantage the
'undercarriage isn't as rugged as
those in the older buses.
With the preponderance of
dirt roads in rural Baker County,
the older buses stand up to wear
and tear better than the ne\\.
"So there are definite
advantages', to both," says Mr.
Trick or treating
On October 31 from 5:30-
8:00 pm, Macclenny Nursing
and Rehab Center residents will
give trick or treat candy to the
children. All community chil-
dren are welcome to stop by and
visit. Macclenny Nursing and
Rehab Center is located at 755
S. 5th Street.
Free George Foreman Grill when you open a
Home Equity Line of Credit
We take your banking personally.
595 South Sixth Street, Macclenny .................... 904-259-2245
6953 E. Mount Vernon Street, Glen St. Mary ...... 904-259-8660
Best of Show- Jack Peters
Best of Section -Larissa
Brannen (2), Kyle Brown, Jack
Peters, Joan Fiore, Amanda
Hysler, Edgar White (2),
Blue Ribbon- BJ Brannen
(2), Larissa Brannen (3),. Kyle
Brown (22), Pat Collier, Joan
Fiore (6), Anita Gerson (3),
Amanda Hysler, Lisa Hysler
(2), Mark Lyons (5), Denise
Melton (14), Johnny Moore,
Jack Peters (8), Donna Starling
(7), Edgar White (8)
Red Ribbon Kyle Brown.
Seth Clarkson, Pat Collier,
Margie Christmas. Mark Lyons
(3). Denise Nlelton (4), Donna
Starling (2). Karen Stewart (2),
White Ribbon- Paula Brittain,
Denise Melton ,
be at NAS show
The annual Jackson tille NAS
air sho\\ \\ill be held October
27-29, and for the first time \\ ill
feature a sky-writing squadron of
World \\ar II vintage aircraft.
Known as the Sky ty pers, the
aerial acrobats fly the 1940s-era
SJN-2 Navy fighter planes in
low-level precision formation
and write messages 10,000 feet
The air show is the best bet
in north Florida to see the top
names in flying, including the
Navy's famed Blue Angels.
The Kick-off of Relay For
Life "Carnival of Life" will be
held Thursda,. October 26 from
6:30-8:30 pm at the Macclenny
Woman's Club, 144 S. 5th Street.
Bring a friend and register your
team. Great refreshments and,
prizes. You can contact Geneva
Rhoden at 259-4422 or JoAnn
Huk at 259-6942 or therese.ya-
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knows you. (F.S. 101.043)
If you have moved and have not updated your address with the elections office please call before election
day and make the changes or you might be voting in the wrong precinct and it will save you time at the
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Signature update Any time there is a change in your signature or identifying "mark" you must com-
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may be on one ID or they may be on two separate forms of acceptable identification. A Florida driver's.
license is an example of one form of acceptable identification.
Acceptable forms of ID (F.S. 101.043)
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Employee badge or ID
Buyer's Club card
Debit or credit card
Retirement center ID
Neighborhood Association ID
Public Assistance Identification
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BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
The setting was elegant. The
beautiful glass enclosed side
porch of the Hilltop Restaurant
in Orange Park overlooked a
reflection pool in the center of
which flowed a swan fountain.
Friends from the first graduating
class of the consolidated schools
of. Sanderson, Taylor and
Macclenny-Glen gathered there
for a 50th class reunion to share a
wonderful dinner and reminisce
about the "good old days."
There was lots of laughing
and sharing during the social
hour leading up to the official
welcome by Tommy Johns.,
Mr. Johns recalled interesting
historic facts from 1936-7, the
years most of them had been
born: Franklin D. Roosevelt
was president. Congress passed
a minimum \\age of 40 cents an
hour and God Bless America.
% written by Irvin Berlin, \\as
the most popular song in the.
Gene Taylor then gavethe'
invocation and Zade Cov\art
introduced Gentleman Josie
Davis, the vocal entertainment
laterthat evening.Teachers NMar)
Finley and Elizabeth and Mike
Gazdik were also recognized.
Terry Crews of the reunion
committee, gave credit to all the
committee members for their
hard work in organizing the
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 26, 2006 Page 7
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event and to his w ife. Trilby.
"A man can't reallN do
ani thing without a wife to help
him," he declared with a smile.
All present heartily agreed.
During the wonderful meal
of salmon. chicken and prime
rib. the classmates told amusing
stories on each other and some
of their teachers.
"Do \ou remember when.we
rigged up that bucket of water
over the door to the boy's rest
room?" asked Wilbur Groves
%with a devilish gleam in his e)e.
"\Ve meant it for somebody else,
but it was Pete Harvey., the ag
teacher \\ho came through the
door. He had to go back to class
soaking \ et. Man, he wanted to
w hup us all!"
Pinned in wreckage
for over nine hours
AM lacclenn \ \oman was hos-
pitalized o\ e the weekend but is
expected to reco\ er after she was
pulled to safety after languish-
ing in an overturned vehicle on.
a lonely road in the Osceola Na-
A hunter traveling along SR
250 at the Columbia County line
about 8:00 am on October 21
spotted the crashed 2004 Ford
sedan in a thick stand of under-
growth about 25 yards from the
The motorist, who left the
scene while police and rescue
workers freed Laura Beth Thom-
as, 20, was not identified.
Based on a time line estab-
lished by friends she had dropped
off about 11:45 the previous
evening, authorities believe Ms.
Thomas had the accident about
midnight or shortly after.
That means she lay pinned
in the wreckage for nearly nine
hours, Sgt. Michael Crews of the
sheriff's department said, with
her legs partially out a rear pas-
senger window. The top of the
vehicle was severed by rescue
workers to free her.
"I don't know how she made
it laying there and losing so
much blood, but she did," said
Sgt. Crews, who speculated Ms.
Thomas failed to turn south on
CR 229 after dropping off two
The unidentified motorist told
police he noticed mashed-down
foliage on the roadside when he
passed it that morning, then spot-
ted a portion of the Ford before
Trooper K.M. Boatwright Jr.
of the Highway Patrol said the
westbound vehicle went out of
control on a long curve, then
flipped three times after striking
some trees on the right-of-way.
Initially, police thought an-
other person may have been with
Ms. Thomas and left the scene.A
search of the immediate area by
FHP, wildlife officers, a prison
canine team and US Forest Ser-
vice turned up Iothing.
Sgt. Crews said several.blood-
stains were found on the pave-
ment nearby, and a grassy spot
had two indentations suggest-
ing a bleeding person sat or laid
A limb the approximate size
of a pool stick bearing blood-
stains was also found close to the
After the unfruitful search, au-
thorities speculate the blood and
tracking ma\ have come from a
deer injured b ,the Thomas se-
hicle or another one.
Ms. Thomas wag disoriented
and unable to spread much light
on the time or cause of the acci-
dent, nor give an explanation for
blood outside the Ford.
Trooper Boatright's report
said Ms. Thomas was not re-
strained by seat or shoulder belts
when found. He also noted there
was no way to determine if she
was driving or a passenger.
Guest speaker Mary Finley,
home economics teacher \\ho
taught man) members of the
class, gave a warm presentation
regarding her y eats at the
"It's : funny," she recalled.
"The girls \\ho took my class
alh a. s complained about having
to clean the stove. The boys
ne\er did. they just cleaned it."
Ms. Finley recounted how
one student was perperuall. late
to her class. It seems Tommnc
Johns could never get up quite
early enough and alh al s came
dragging in at the end. Ms.
Finley finally called his mother
because he was failing due to
absence. '"That took care of
that," said Ms. Finley.
She also laughing\ told of
Naomi Roberson's habit of
chewing gum and raring back in
her chair, punishable by having
to sweep the floor.
"Naomi -swept that floor
nearly every day," she said.
As the evening wound
down, Sandra Anderson shared
an inspirational parable and
deceased' classmates were
remembered..The happy group
of friends then greatly enjoyed
the music of, Gentleman Josie
who sang 1950s tunes such as El
Paso and White Sports Coat by
'Marty Robbins and He'll Have"
To Go by Jim Reeves.
The class posed on the
winding steps of the Victorian
staircase for a group photo before
departing for the evening.
Randell "Buck" Davis was
overheard to say, "We were
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OF 2006 TAX ROLL
Pursuant to Section 193.122, Florida
Statutes I, Timothy P. Sweat, Property
Appraiser of Baker County, hereby
give notice that the 2006 tax roll for
Baker County was certified to the tax
collector on the 16th day of October
2006, for the collection of taxes.
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Fellow Baker Countians,
I Is IuLll\ a disinctI honor to be tunning tor citc oticc o (r.County Commissioner,
isuiLct -. Since last lanuary I have ben attccending counc\ commission meetings
and \ okdihops allowing me to gain knowledge of the issues facingour county.
I ThoughouLr dis campaign I havc piomnisd on responsible leadership in managing
ouLI countN \\ ih .1 prJmarv focus on dithe Hoals:-
SResponsibly manage county growth
Attract industry to best benefit the county and its citizens
Build solid county infrastructure
SIhave thought a lor and talked to a nuImbie of people on ho\\ co acliiee these goals
Belowv.ld like to share ith you some of the \'as I bclic, c c can accomplish tiJchc
goals and dJ %,t's best for OLII commiinin',.
Responsibly manage county; growth:
Insure new development provides the roads and services to handle grow th.
Maintain the county's rural heritage while providing for places to live, work,
shop and play.
Coordinate with community partners to provide services in the most cost
Attract industry to best benefit the county and its citizens:
S* 1Mavimize use of existing industrial sites and create new business opportuni-
tie, to enhance the county's tax base.
Insure job creation., especially high wage jobs, keep pace with housing
Provide jobs and workforce training so our young people can stay in Baker
County and raise a family.
Build solid county infrastructure:
A lnsure roads and other infrastructure are built in time to meet demands.
0 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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Ms. Nettles and Mr. Ruise
October 28 vows
Elder Joe and Sharon Ruise
of Margarette and Nanc\y
Nettles of. Macclenny would
like to announce the upcoming
marriage of Angel Lorili Nettles
and Roosevelt Shannon Ruise
on October 28,2006 at 3:00 pm
at Emmanuel Church of God in
Christ in Macclenny. All friends
and family are invited to attend.
Angel is also the daughter
of the late Shelton Nettles of
S.1- ria,,d.MrA Pavne
RoseA. Frazier of Nlacclenn
and Randall K. Payne of Orange
Park were married on September
23, 2006 at the Moosehaven .
Chapel in Orange Park. After
a honeymoon trip to Niagara
Falls, the couple will reside in
Macclenny. Rose is employed
at NEFSH CBHS and Randall
owns and operates a piano repair
& service business.
Mr. Monds and Ms. Griffis
Shannon Monds of Glen
St. Man and Brooke Griffis of
Macclenny are pleased to an-
nounce their upcoming wedding
on Saturday, October 28. It will
be at 6:00 pm at The Reef in Stf
A reception \\ill immediately
follow\ All fail and friends are.
Family reunion, idyllic tour-in one
The ini sii,"i Iit clhiidrei of tfhe late Phip nidl Iheirt Taylor c- Gi,, St Ala/ de-
cidetw lia lp ia rreuiotn n n/a ii ta ll or ,I Eria lt ../le. S1 : 5.3 i e odao td rdr lamd
earlier it/s moinii PiCtred 1m froi ',?t rilk Ca, dft Cas'/ inIi llich' are \iI:', iell
Betrr Tivlor Snttds *f Ma cleony. Platl iTaili, :. Longiwood. Fiianie,' 0 ;T.I' Stolhfey
of Houston, Te (ia and Sandra Taylor Gittiad o't Tallahas se...// ai also cidiat ei
of Baker County High School: ',
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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 ait &6:00 pmi
Wednex.a? 7:00 pm t
SWe sing ihaply song!
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You are welcome!
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Kale Braden Crews
Kyler and Karsyn are proud to
announce the birth of their baby
brother, Kale Braden Crews
on October 17 at St. Vincents
:Medical Center: Kale weighed 6
pounds 13 ounces and was 19 5/8
inches. Proud parents are Phillip
& Jana Crews of Macclenny.
Annual boot drive
Macclenny Fire Department
Explorers and support group
will be manning the comer for
the fire departments annual
Christmas 4-Kids boot drive
November 3-4 and 10-11. Please
give so a child or family can
have a Merry Christmas.
David P. Dearing
former Baker County Prosecutor
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October 28 vows
Alex and Debbie Katsacos of
Macclenny and Leon and Mary
Wood of Ft. White are happy to
announce the upcomingmarriage
of their daughter Kimberly Ann
Wood, formerly of Macclenny
to Larry Rudolph Hogan, son of
Larry, Sr. and Teresa Hogan of
The wedding will take place
in Greer, SC October 28, 2006
at 5:00 pm. After a honeymoon
in Tennessee, the couple will
reside in Folkston, GA.
Dinner a success
The GFWC Woman's Club
of Macclenny 2006 Spaghetti
Dinner was a wonderful success.
After expenses, we made
$909.55. A heartfelt thank you
to all the ladies who donated the
food and worked hard all day
and to the community members
who supported us by their dinner
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Keller honor roll
4'" grade- Amber Batten, Samantha Baxter, Karrigan Benton,
tCeleste Bourgois, Catherine Brown, Jarrett Brown, Keyonna Burch,
,Clayton Bureau, Morgan Burnsed, Kristin Bussey, Grason Cain,
[Matthew Chisholm, Keith Combs, Haley Crews, Kyle Crews,
Baylee Croft, Brittany Delp, Katherine Dewolfe, Ashleigh Dinkins,
iSydney Dopson, Garrett Elixson, Taylor Gabbard, Damorian
iGalloway, Tristen Griffin, Dylan Griffis, Jessica Harrell, Brandon
'Hodges, Ridge Home, Makayla Jefferson, Ethan Jenkins, Jordan
Kennedy, Molly Kerce, Cameron Kirby, Mason Loadholtz, Rachel
Long. Summer McCray, Ashley McDonald, Jacob Milton, Jonathan
Mobley, Hannah Nowlen, Angelica Paulson, Karlie Payne, Allee
'Pringle, Gracemarie Rhoden, Ethan Rivest, Hannah Rodgers,
IJesslyn Sands, Jacob Sellers, Elizabeth Smith, Jacob Stalvey,
Dreamy Stewart, Logan Taylor, Forrest Waldron, Oakley Waltman,
Jay Westerwelle, Brandon Wheeler, Callie Wheeler, Bakauri,
Williams, Donelle Williams, Videll Williams, Joan Yarborough.
5'"t grade- Kelsey Berry, Hawke 'Forbes, Auburn Gaines, Grant
iGregory, Anthony Griffis, Brandi Harrison, Abigail Hinson,
'Jonathon Kirkland, Shelby Kuhr, Malory Osteen, Kiala Pigott,
'Chelsea Rhoden, Kevin Thomas, Hunter Williams, Mackenzie
4th grade- Chelsei Albino, Angel Allaire,. Terrell Allen, Tristan
Altman, Jacqueline Anderson, Seirra Barnes, Desirea Barton,
Jacob Bennett, Landon Boyette, Brandon Brannen, Ryan Burnsed,
Matthew Butcher, Jaime Carroll, Jacob Carter, Mallory Chauncey,
John Collingwood, Shelby Combs, Sydney Corbett, Frank
Crain, Brody Crews, Dillan Cullen, Isaiah Danielo\ icz, Chase
Davis, Kansas Davis, Keltni Davis, Danielle Dewolfe, Vomesha
iDonaldson, Chase Drury, Megan Durham, Kayvl n DN al. Rachel
'Edgy, Harvey Flanders, Lexis Fortner, Ethan Freeman, Elizabeth
iGaines, Maegan Gerace, Brendan Gibson, Reginald Givens,
,Ashton Goethe, Rebekah Gould, Kasey Graves, Travis Hall, Kaitlin
!Hance, Brooke Hancock, Mitchell Hartley, Apryl Harvey, Brandon
Harvey, Colby Hathcox, Libradio Hauge, Austin Hile, Brook1I n
Hodges, Tanner Holman, Darchelle Johnson. David Johnson, Mayci
Johnson, Zoe Johnson, Alia Jones, Alexander Karagiannopoulos,
Savannah Kames, Katie Keen, Mandy Keene, Steve Kish, Tyler
Kreutz, Laura Lee-Hayden, Callie Lokey, Rebekah Long, Emily
Martin, Christopher Mattox, Thomas Mcelfresh, Blayne Merchant,
Maegan Mitchell, Allison Monds, Elizabeth Mosley, Austin Noblitt,
Ryan Oakes, Tanner Orberg, Lailan Padgett, Kelby Parker, Trenton
Perry, Tara Pickett, Jessica Pilkington. Zachary Rafuse," William
Raulerson, Grant Rayburn. Jenha Reeves, Cheyenne Regnier,
IMadison Roberts, Thomas Rollins, Kayla Sampley, Sierra Sanders,
^Victoria Sapp, CheNyanne Schutt, Katelyn Scott, Kirstin Sculley,
Sadie Sibley, Brea Smith, Kayla Smith, Matthew Stafford, Harley
Sullivan, Joesph Thomas, Elena Tomas, Andrea Walker, Steven
Walker, Mya Whitehead, Brianna Whiting, Dannielle Wilkerson,
Jesse Williams, Cameron Wilson, Autumn Wingate, Wyatt Worley,
Charles Wright, Taylor Yonn.
5'" grade- John Adams, Ashton Adkins, Lawrence Albritton, Kasey
Alford, Shelley Allen, Amy Anderson, Kelsey Anderson, Megan
Anderson, Dalaney Arabie, Austin Bailey, Melissa Baker, Byron
Barton, Jason Beasley, Kourtni Bennett, Candice Blanks, Curtis.
Boyd, Tyler Braddy, Amy Bradley, Kayla Brown, Breaze-Anah
Bryant, Aaron Burnsed, Cynthia Cams, Hunter Chambers, Timothy
Chance, Thomas Coker, Emily Collins, Megan Crews, Taylor
IDopson, Forrest Elledge, Ariana Escobar, Sarah Famesi, Patrick
;Farrell, Damian Ferguson, Palmer Ferguson, Mikal Flores, Jacob
Folsom. Shat, la Givens. Glenna God% in, :Braden Gray. Sara Gray,
Stephanie 'riner, Kaylai Hancock, Clara Harney, Brittni Hodges',
NMercer Holt, Kylie Holton, Katelyn Hoover, Branda Jarvis,
Kristina Jasonek, James Johns, Tiamara Johnson, Lexy Knabb,
,Ashli Knapp, Tyffany Krausse, Justice Law, Macie Lawrence,
Colton Lee, Caitlin Mason, Larry Matthews, Rebekah McNeil,
Shelby Mechum, Katelyn Medecke, Brandon Miller, Casie Miller,
Mason Mobley, Kailey Murphy, i
Joshua Nichols, Elizabeth
[Oakes, Morgan Raley, Danielle .1E7
iRaulerson, Dylan Raulerson, i
Autumn Ray, Alexander --- -"
Register, Kayla Rhoden,
Latesha Robinson, Dillan
Rowe, Kimberley Samaroo,
iChelsea Sanderson, Breianna
,Sapp, Mikala Schaeffer, ,
NlIatthew Smith, Paige Smola,
R)yan Sollicito, Sarah St. John,
Mason Sw eat, Miranda Tanner,
G(enie TaN lor, Shana Thomas, ...
-Kathryn Thompson, Madison
'Thompson. Amber Welborn,
T ler \\endel, Clay ton West,
,John Williams, Brandon Willis. -
"Honor roll correction
The following names were
:inad\erientl\ left off the
Principal's List for Westside
SElementary School inlast week's
paper. Ashton Carter, Chad
Collins, Breah Pelfrey, Heather
|Pietrowski, Karly Richardson, I I***
Meara Lynn Tarte, Kate Walker ,* i
and Jessica Westerwelle.
for the week of
WEDNESDAY: Cereal with
multi-grain toast, fruit juice and milk.
THURSDAY: Breakfast Hot
Pocket, fruit juice and milk.
FRIDAY: Scrambled egg with
toast, fruit juice and milk.
Cold lunch plate or chef salad with wheat
roll or crackers, and dessert
(when offered) OR
WEDNESDAY: Sloppy Joe on a
p bun or pizza, choice of two sides: sea-
soned green beans, carrots and celery
with lowfat ranch dressing, pineapple
i tidbits and a peanut cup (grade 7-12).
THURSDAY: Slice of baked
Sham with macaroni and cheese or
beefy vegetable soup with a moza-
rella cheese stick, choice of two sides:
crispy slaw, potato rounds, seasonal
fresh fruit and a slice of combread.
FRIDAY: Fish crisp on a whole
grain bun or spaghetti with meat
sauce and a slice of Italian bread,
Choice of two sides: baked French
fries, steamed broccoli cuts, chilled
fruit choice and a homemade cookie.
Piney woods to flower beds
George and Pain Williams and Pam's brother, Henry Ellis, have carved out t
paradise on Hunters Ridge West in northern Baker County. They've transfer
mer piney woods into well planned flower beds scattered throughout their le
have plans for even more. "One section at a time" keeps the projects mat
With everyone also working. Henry rescued many plants, i;'nchtlding dlif ele,
grasses, mondo and fountain grass to scatter throughout on, bed. Thcv 'C e t
energy to have a vegetable garden, complete with herbs, Pa00" rat it II T-o
vantage of the full sunlight, various flowers, including blue ta,4i laitana, aiI
plus butterflies, share the spotlight along 'with b,nirifild Si. Augustine. Mak,
check out their giant putta p, .n,,isthY this,holiday season. For more it, i I,
Yard of the Month, or the Garden Club of Baker County, contact 259-6064.
Haunted jail on SchoolActivil
October 27-28 NOVEMBER1:
BCHS: Regic.ior on ,oea,ilher, for
The.fright begins at 7:00 pm De H' LPI' iv Cum niurniu. Ccl
on Friday, October 27 at the Old cafeteria.
Jail on lkclI er St. in Macclenny,
and resumes again the following NOVEMBER 2:
night at the same time. BCHS: Graduation announcement
nwgtr, Hem Je m... KI.: Picture retal
Again this Halloween, the club pictures. ret
Baker County Historical Society club pictures.
and BCHS history club team up NOVEMBER 3:
to bring you the scare of your life BCHS: Girls' basketball Tii nighi r
at the Haunted Jail. lock-in. Football at Fernandina Bea
Proceeds go to the planned KIS Day-wear purplespiritt-shirt.
building restoration, and to the NOVEMBER 4:
history students for a field trip. BCHS: SAT -auditorium, 7:30 ai
Join them for a scare you -basketball shoot-a-thon. BCMS: F(
won't forget! science review.
Thanks for help WES: Fall carnival 4-6:00 pm.
The City of Macclenny NOVEMBER 6:
Fire Department would like District wide: School Board meet
to thank Wal-Mart DC, Winn pm. BCHS: Band Parent meeting 7
Dixie, Food Lion, McDonalds, PK/K: "Coins for a Cure"
Wendy's, Brian Bumsed, Tia NOVEMBER 7:
Garber, City Fire Explorers and BCHS: Hi-Q at Hilliard. Project R.E.
firefighters who donated food, Westside. Girls b v'telbjai pre-:te.
supplies and their time for our al u.:.ri PK/K: "Coins foraCutre'
-yearhl fundraiser at the Baker I
County fair: Without these
donations, we could not provide
the annual Christmas 4-Kids
program for the needy families
in our community.
Applications for the City of
Macclenny's Christmas parade
and booth forms can now be
picked up at Macclenny Fire
Department or printed out on-
line at www.cityofmacclenny.
com under fire department link
Want to place
your ad online?
You can, shortly
IN THE CIRCuLIT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL
cIRCLIT iIj AIA FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
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.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Any and all unknown grantees, creditors
and all other parties claiming by/through, under or
against the estate.
YOU ARE HEREBYNOTIFIED that a Verified
Mortgage For ,:I:vure Gumpliirt has been filed
against you and y'ou jre r.qured to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it on Frank E.
Maloney, Jr., PA., Attorney, whose address is 445
East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063;
(904)259-3155, within thirty (30) days after the
first publication of the notice and on or before
the 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.
T.A. "AL" FRASER
CLERK OF COURT
BY: Jamie Crews
AS DEPUTY CLERK
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 02-2006-CA-0167
Cecil H. Rhoden and
Barbara A. Rhoden, his wife
The Unknown Heirs of Pency Rhoden
and the Unknown Heirs of Maxie Ray
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: The unknown heirs of Pency Rhoden and
the unknown heirs of Maxie Ray Rhoden, de-
ceased, and any and all.heirs of said decedents,
grantees, or other parties claiming through, by,
under or against said defendants.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Suit to Quite
Title has been filed on the following described
A part of the E1 of the SY of the SEA4 of
SWA Section 8, Township 2 South, Range 22 East,
Baker County, Florida, and being more particularly
described as follows: Begin at the intersection of
the West right of line of State Road No. 121 (a
100 foot right of way as now established) and
the South line of said Section 8; run thence North
along said right of way line a distance.of 362.00
feet to a point; run thence West parallel with said
South line a distance of 362.00 feet to a point; run
thence South parallel with said Road right of way
a distance of 362.00 feet to the South line of said
Section 8; run thence East along.said South line a
distance of 362.00 feet, more or less, to the Point
of Beginning; containing 3 acres more or less.
You are required to10 serve 3 copy ot your writ-
ten defenses, if any, io the woicin on ine petiuion-
er's Attorney whose rani nd and dries i. Hugh D.
Fish, P.O. Box 531, MIvic ernyF oridj 32063. on
or before November 11, 20Q6, and file the original
with the Clerk of Court, either before service on
the petitioner's attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a Final Judgment of Foreclosure will be
entered for the relief demanded in the petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court on this
19th day of October, 2006.
T.A. "AL" FRASER
CLERK OF COURT
BY: Jamie Crews
AS DEPUTY CLERK
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS .HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of
County Commissioners of Baker County, Florida,
will conduct a public riea.ring ari adoption of
the proposed Ordinance whose title herein after
appears, to be heard Thursday, November 2,
2006 commencing at 6:00 pm, at 55 North Third
Street, Macclenny, Florida. A copy of the proposed
Ordinance may be inspected by any member of the
public at the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court in the
Baker county Courthouse in Macclenny, Florida, On
the date above mentioned, all interestedparties may
appear and be. heard with respect to this proposed
An ordinance of the .Board of Couinty
Commissioners; oi Bji.'r Couni I:oril.) I'.,
adopt, establish and reulaie standards ior me
construction .,irra ,raln- rr.e itor rier uiliry
facilities and 3ani.iry yTiierr, in Bb.i er Ctournry
the enforcement iur.n d iiariddri pitnahli's
the repeal of ordinances inconsistent with this
anrtce provide aorecii,,n tiii m, rudiler rani
providing 3r immediate einrcive dale
7:00 pm BCMS Auditorium
'Pee-ue Princess 4-6 rs.
ittk Miss Princess 7-9 vrs.
'Pre-Ten Princess 10-11 Is.
Teen Princess 13-15 ITs.
Cristmas Queen 16 frs. anfolder.
This pageant is open to all youngladies ages 4 and up.
The contestants will be judged in eveninggown apparel only.
The Teen Princess and Queen division will have a question interview on stage.
The winners wilt represent the City of Macclenny 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 be 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 Carrington at 298-5140.
The Baker County Board of County Commissioners
is inviting the county' community members to par-
ticipate in the 2006 Weatherization Day Celebration
in order to recognize the success of the Weatheriza-
tion Assistance Program. The Weatherization As-
sistance Program continues to provide low-income
residents in Baker County with measures that reduce
.the cost of home energy bills, improve living condi-
tions, and eliminate health hazards. Join your County
Commissioners, weatherization staff, and community
members already assisted on October 30, 2006, from
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm at the Baker County Commis-
sioners' Chambers, 55 North Third Street, Macclen-
ny, Florida, 32063. Participation is free to all who are
interested in learning more about the program. In ad-
dition, lunch will be provided by the Baker County
Board of Commissioners. For more information con-
tact Arlene Griffis, Program Coordinator, at (904)
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 26, 2006 Page 10
Ashley Michelle Edmonds,
20, of Callahan died October
22, 2006. She was born in
Jacksonville, on November 2,
all her life.
her dog, ,
and enjoed .
b e a *ut y
p.agean t s :..
a n d -
shopping. At' Ed'uiii,
predeceased by her great-:
grandfathers Thurman Gordon
and Dalton R Daniels.
She is survived by father
John L. Edmonds and mother
Tammy Daniels Kelly; sister
Brittany L. Edmonds ; maternal
grandparents Joseph and Carolyn
Cook; paternal grandparents
Robert and Juanell Edmonds:
great grandmothers Elsie M.
Gordon, all of Callahan and
-Marie Daniels of Macclenny:
aunts Tracy Moore, Robbie
(Terry). Jones, Jewel Adams
and Marn iJacki Conard: uncle
Bobby (Shannon) Edmonds:
cousins Christy Gaston, Tina
Valentine. Jeffery Haga, Gregory
Conard, Shell) Brown,Terrilynn:
Jones, Joshua Adams, Brandon'
Edmonds, Kaylon Davies and
John Moore; step-aunts Melissa
Roberts and Carol Enlo%\.
The funeral service will be
held on Thursday, October
26th at 2:00 pm in the chapel
of Ferreira Funeral Services of
Macclenny with pastors David
and Timmy Thomas officiating.
Interment will follow at Oak
Grove Cemetel). The family \ ill
receive friends on Wednesday.
October 25th in the chapel from
Thanks to1ie ler lonee
Thank you to everyone for the
flowers, food and prayers during
our time of loss. To all who had
kind words and the outpouring
of love is greatly appreciated.
A special thank you to Todd
Ferreria Funeral Home, Union
Correction Institute, Pastor Da-
vid Ragan and to Cindy Terrell
for her beautiful voice and song
she wrote especially for Cindy.
Thank you all so very much.
THE FAMILY OF CINDY BELOW
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
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
dies October 20
Gilford Davis, 55, r of
Macclenny died October '-20,
2006 at his residence. He was a,
lifelong resident of Macclenny
was a self-
a u t o -
and du son g
this timen e
Sil ter Leb
and Eagle Mr. Davis
was a memberof the Nlacclenny
Moose Lodge # 2412 and
enjoyed fishing. football,
blue rass music and playing the
guitar. He is predeceased by his
mother Sarah Lee Fish Da% is,
and'his grar'dson Luke.
His is survived by his loving
wife of 26 years, Diane Dekle,
Davis; father Lewis Davis, both
of MacclennN: children Gilford
Derek (Tessy) Davis of Glen St.
N ar. land\ (Hank) Thomas of.
HigCh Point.N .C..Todd(Rhonda)
Nobles of Nlacclenny and Scott
Elle\ of MNiamni: brothers Noah
(Ernestine) Davis. Leonard
(Lorraine) Davis. Russell Davis,
Cecil (Carol) Davis. all of Glen
St. MNar).y, and Walter (Carla)
Davis. of. Macclenn: .sister
Sarah Nell (Gar.) Shelar of
Conmmerce. Ga.: grandchildren
Lindsey, Madyson and Marah.
SThe funeral service was
held October 23 in the chapel
of Ferreira Funeral Services,
Macclenny, with Pastor Eddie
Griffis officiating. Interment
followed at Cedar Creek
Gaospel Sing and Fish Fry
Saturday, November 4
Dinner 5:00 pm Singing 7:00 pm
"Holy Ground" and "Southern Joy" will be the fea'hred groups.
There willU be great souther gospel singing and good food.
Everyone is invitedto come and enjoy an evening of fellowship and blessings.
For more information call (386)431-1536 or (904)964-3583
New River NC Methodist Church Located on CR 125 in Union County
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 Starling Home: 259-3982 Church: 259-6521
First Baptist Church
GLEN ST. MARY, FLORIDA
,- B.ea.i,\ to W Sunday School 9:45 AM
la(.er Contii' Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 PM
i Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 PM
Dr. Walter Bennett, Interim Sr. Pastor
Perry Hays, Associate Pastor
G Guerry Funeral Home
Is your favorite funeral director a salesman or a caregiver? Caregivers
are not concerned with selling expensive caskets and expensive burial
vaults. Caregivers make suggestions to keep funeral costs reasonable.
Guerry Funeral Home's reputation was built on caring for your family.
420 E. Macclenny Ave. (U.S. 90 East)
Bill Guerry and Bryan Guerry, Funer
Larry Williams, Office Adminis
2659 S.W Main Blvd. (U.S. 41 South)
Fall festival Oct. 311
' Vineyard of Love Ministries
in Olustee will have a fall fes-
tival Tuesday, October 31 from
6:00-8:00 pm. Admission is free
and there will be games, prizes,
candy and a cakewalk. Every-
one is welcome.
dies October 22nd
Michael Glen Johnson, 45,
of Macclenny. died October
22, 2006. He was born in Lake
City on April 16, 1961 to the
late John M.
Jen k ins
lived in Baker
C(ounbb all his
Ra, f rdd
and enjoy, ed
i n c I u d e Air. Joi tion
Mfitchell Johnson. Dubby (Arn)
Johnson and Stanley (Tina)
Johnson, all of Lake City;
,Richard (Bambi) Johnson and
Tonmmy (Darlene), Johnson,
both of Glen St. Mary; 'sisters
Kay (Stepei Davis of Lake
City, Carol (Bob) Hunt. Debbie
(Brian) Stewart and Patricia
dBobbn) Brogdon. all of Talord
and Alice iDarrell) Crawford
of LuLu. Fla.; and numerous
nieces, nephews and cousins.
The funeral sem ice eas held
October 25 at Glen Friendship
Tabernacle Church with Pastor
Albert Starling officiating.
Interment followed in Macedonia
Todd Ferreira Funeral Services,
Fenil than ful
The famnil ofClifford Johns,
would d like toexpress theirappre-
ciation for all the food. flo aers.
donations, prayers and words of
kindness during the ,illness and
death of our loved one. Thank
you to Guerr) Funeral Home,
Baker County Sheriff's Office,
the pallbearers, Dr. Edsel Bone
and Rev. Ronald Kimbrell for
the service and Gene Hodges for
the beautiful music. Thank you,
John Britron, for the special care
you gave Clifford.
InN Inemorv of
AKA'" The Chainsaw Nan"
We lost a wonderful, loving
and kind friend this year and we
would like to remember him this
Hadloween for his fun-loving
spirit and the excitement he and
his wife Kathy created forany-
one who has ever visited their
home in Mnaclenny II subdivi-
sion on Halloween night. Thanks
for the memories and we'll miss
you this year. You may be gone
but you will never be forgotten.
We love you Kathy!
ALL OF YOUR FRIENDS.
Gospel sing at
Hi ghland church
Randy Perry, gospel singer
and evangelist, will be at High-
land Baptist Church, 1409 US
Hwy 301 N., Lawtey on Novem-
ber 5 at 6:00 pm and November
6-8 at 7:00 pm. Everyone is wel-
come to join us.
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
Pastor: Oral E. Lyons r
.New Hlpe for the Comwc unity
Five Churches Ro.id
lwy. 127 Sandcrson, FL.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Sunda-y Morning Vurship 11:00 a.m.
WVed. Night Bible Study 7-"0 p.m.
Every 4' Sunday NightSernice 7:00p.m.
S 'id icitl 11'I ll//iams -Pastor /
Mt. Zion N.C.
121 North t 259-4401
Pastor Tint Ceshire
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6-00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 pm
lie cannot enter into [he kin-
dom. of God. John 3.5
donm of God." John 3 5
St. Peters Anglican Fellowship ;
- Minnesota Ave. Macclenny, Fla.
Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Service 10:00 am
J First United
93 N. 5th St., Macclenny 259-3551
Sunday School: 10:00 am
Sunday Worship: 11:00 am 1
Sunday Youth: 6:00 pm
Wednesday Dinner: 5:45 pm
Wednesday Worship: 6:15 pm
In Memory of
A KA "The Chainsad lMan"
ALL OF YOUR FRIENDS.
D a 1 Jd
Independent Pentecostal Church
Seventh St. & Ohio Ave., Macclenny
Sunday School 10:00
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00
Wednesday Night Service 7:00
Radio WJXR 92.1 Sunday 9:15
Common Ground Sunday
Common Ground Wed. (Teens)
God Kids Sunday
God Kids Wednesday
[f.II John L. Hay. Jr.. Pastor
Jesus: The Way, The Truth and The Life
Sunday School 10:(0 AM. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 P.M.
SundaN Morning Worship 11:00 AM. Wed. Eve. Worship 7:30 P.M.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
North 6th Street Macclenny 259-3500
23-A to Lauramore Rd. & Fairgrounds Rd.
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Services 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm
Pastor J. C. Lauramore Welcomes All
Fii ih St. & 2 25,-69.31^
,, P -I--rIF ST ASSIM BI 't OF G, ,C
1 ,l,.(clenn c CI Paul le J
Sunday School .: am Wednesa Rible Sud 7:00 pnm
Sunday Morning Worship 10:15 am
S" r /Thursdav ()nth i:0O pnq;
.1 Sunday Evening Worship :00 Thurda ouh : pm
.Nurwr Ipr,.ded l.r ,all serni -
"4 Loring Church arilh a (roiing Ifision of Excellence"
Spend ,d Bl.'.mg S h..,l Rradiint' C-.n r '50i l.di
B a S i, r
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 26, 2006 Page 11
In Memory of
Mary Frances Hodges
The Broken Chain
We little knew that morning
that God was going to call your
In life i'e loved you dearly, in
death we do the same.
It broke our hearts to lose
you, you did not go alone;
For part of us went with you
the day God called you home.
You left us peaceful memo-
ries, your love is still our guide,
and though we cannot see,
you, you are always by our side
Our family' chain is broken
and nothiing seems the same,
but as God calls us one by
one, the chain will link again.
UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN.
LOVE, TLMmn. SNAPPER. RICK.
BRAND[IE AND FAMILY
There \\ill be .a Parenting
God's Way class Thursday, Oc-
tober 26 at 7:00 pm at The Cen-
tral Center in Sanderson. The
center is located at 9846 CR
229, the old senior center. Ev-
eryone is invited to participate
in this class.
threat alone. There are some
things that you can do to help
control invasive species.
* Learn how to identify
invasive species and how to
avoid transferring them.
* Plant native plants instead of
exotic plants that can become
* Do not empty fish tanks into
You can find more information
about what you can do to help
prevent the spread of invasive
species at these websites: www.
gaeppc.org, and www.invasive.
Invaders at your door step!
If you look at a satellite The Refuge might appear as extremely difficult to control.
map of southern Georgia and an island of nature unto itself, Another threat is -the
northern Florida, you will unaffected by the outside world Channeledapplesnail.Originally
notice that Okefenokee National which surrounds it. However, from South America, this large
'Wildlife Refuge (NWR.)appears this natural haven- is facing snail can grow up to 4 inches
as a green blotch surrounded by a great threat, the threat of in diameter. The Channeled
shades of tan and gray, which. invasive species, which could apple snail reproduces rapidly,
represents human development. forever alter the ecology, of laying clusters of.up to 1000
Carwash OCt. 28 Okefenokee cies" bright pink eggs that hatch in
"arwaS ct., 2An "invasive species" is less than two weeks. Able to
There will be a cake sale and a plant, animal, and' other eat virtually all types of aquatic
car wash at Mloods's Chevron .organism. that is not native to vegetation, their voracious
on October 28 beginning at 9:00 an area, and whose introduction appetite can negatively impact
am, sponsored by the family of can cause environmental harm, populations of invertebrates, a
Cindy Below, to raise money to economic harm, or harm to major food source for smaller
start a non-profit organization human health. Inasie species fish. Since the Channeled apple
for victims of domestic vio- often out compete native fish. inc e the Channeled amapplor
lence. Stop by and donate so we species, altering habitats snail has e predators a major
can help or save another person disrupting food eebs, reducing" concern is that it could out
from such a tragedy. biological diversity, changing compete native snails for food
predator/prey relationships, and and habitat,. thus negatively
oCr.mm it-'aT '. transmitting. foreign diseases effecting prey. species, including
.. .. and parasites. It 'can be very the endangered Florida Snail
There will be a community difficult to impossible to remove Kite. which depends on native
family day hosted b\ The Corn- in invasive from an ecosystem snails for its survi% al.
munity Empowered Wonimen, of once they become established. Additional in\asiVes that are
God at Jonesville Park in Sand- Today, the Okefenokee NWR in or near Okefenokee NWR
erson on October 28 beginning and its surrounding communities include kudzu, \;iater hyacinth,
at noon. Come out for the en- face both invasive animal and \ellow thistle, ambrosia beetle,
tertainment, food & fun. You plant threats. One invasive plant feral hogs. and the popcorn tree.
don't want to miss this event. is cogongrass, an aggressive Refuge staff and volunteers
For more information, contact ,weed that \\as recently found are careful. monitoring
Marie Givens at 275-2094. in Charlton County not far from areas within and just outside
the refuge. This federally-listed the refuse to be able to react
MACCLENNY noxious weed invades forests, quickly to infestations. Methods
CHURCH OF CHRIST fields and roadsides creating or cntrolling in asie plants
Stick circular-shaped patches conro g inasie pants
573 S. 5th St. 259-6059 that push-out native vegetation include pulling. cutting, and the
Sunday Bible Srudv 9:45 an' and reduce wildlifee habitat. spraying of herbicides. Traps..
Fello,,hip 10:30 arn 11:00 amn Cogongrass can grow to 6-feet hunting, and the spraying of.
Worship Serices in height, and can reproduce pesticides are used to eliminate
11:'1 am by both seed and rhizome. It is invasive animal species.
\ ed. Bible Sud also extremely flammable, and Refuge staff cannot stop the
7:3pm can create dangerous wildfire .. .-... 'p'"*
Minister conditions. Like most invasi\es, .
San F. Kitching once -it is established, it is
Woodlawn Kennels Will now I
QIa/i/v Profesioial C('aIre
GROOMING 259-475 1 BOARDING Tue
Private Spacious Indoor/Outdoor Runs Tue
Complete Bath, De-flea & Groom ....... $20-$25
Bath, De-flea & Nails Clip .... . .. $10-$15
Boarding (per actual day)............. . $5-$7
Saturday, October 28
9:00 am- 1:00 pm
Don't miss the fun
New" Beginning Community Church
380 North Lowder Street
************** *, *
wIN1 A BICYCLE
Lots of fun for everyone!
See you there!
------------ --- ------- ------
Other food items available for small charge
New Life Church of God
SR 121 3:5 miles north of US 90
For more info call
90-41 259-6360 or 19041 259-7373
. p R T 7 p
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 26, 2006 Page 12
'06 livestock winners at Baker County Fair
Top Registered Beef Bull
Winners: Grand champion An-
gus: Katelyn Lankford; Grand
champion Brangus: Josh Riv-
ers; Reserve champion Brangus:
Chance Jones. Top Registered
Beef Female Winners: Grand
champion Angus: Grace Parker,
Nassau; Reserve champion An-
gus: Katelyn Lankford; Grand
champion Brangus: Derek Rig-
don; Reserve champion Bran-
gus: Josh Rivers. Top Cross-
bred Heifers Winners: Grand
champion: Kyndall Brooks;
Reserve champion: Charlie Bur-
nett. Beef Showmanship: Ju-
nior 1st: Kyndall Brooks; Junior
2nd: Kyle Gulledge; Junior 3rd:
Brad Rigdon. Beef Fitting and
Grooming: Junior 1st: Brad
Rigdon; Junior 2nd: Kyndall
Brooks; Junior 3rd: Kierra Lee.
Beef Showmanship Winners:
Senior 1st: Josh Rivers; Senior
2nd: Chance Jones; Senior 3rd:
Clay Parker, Nassau. Beef Fit-
ting and Grooming: Senior 1st:
Chance Jones; Senior 2nd: Lu-
cious Jackson; Senior 3rd: Don-
ald Barton. Top Steer Winners:
Grand champion: Josh Rivers;
Reserve champion: Katelyn
Lankford. Steer Showmanship
Winners: Junior 1st: Brad Rig-
don; Junior 2nd: Derek Rigdon;
Junior 3rd: Clayton Lyons: Steer
Fitting and Grooming: Junior
1st: Brad Rigdon; Junior 2nd:
Derek Rigdon; Junior 3rd: Clay-
'ton Lyons. Steer Showmanship
Winners: Senior 1st: Katelyn
Lankford; Senior 2nd: Jenni-
fer Brown; 3rd: Chance Jones.
Steer Fitting and Grooming:
Senior 1st: Katelyn Lankford;
Senior 2nd: Josh Rivers; Se-
nior 3rd: Austin Gibson. Steer
Class Winners: Light Weight:
Katelyn Lankford; Medium
Weight: Derek Rigdon; Heavy
Weight: Josh Rivers. Top Sheep
Ram Winners: Grand cham-
pion Suffolk: Matthew Sim-
mons, Nassau; Reserve Cham-
pion .Suffolk: Victoria Hygema;
Grand champion Southdown:
Heather Betts, Nassau; Reserve
champion Southdown: Heather
Betts, Nassau. Top Sheep Ewe
Winners: Grand champion
Suffolk: Matthew Simmons,
Nassau; Reserve champion Suf-
folk: Victoria Hygema, Nassau;
Grand champion Southdown:
Heather Betts, Nassau; Reserve
champion Southdown: Heath-
er Betts, Nassau. Top Sheep
Commercial Ewe Winners:
Grand champion; Heather Bet-
ts, Nassau, Top Sheet Market
Lamb Winners (Wethers or
Ewes): Grand champion: Mat-
thew Simmons, Nassau; Re-
serve champion: Clay Parker,
Nassau., Sheep Showmanship
Winners; Senior 1st: Matthew
Simmons, Nassau; Senior 2nd:
Heather Betts, Nassau; Senior
3rd: Clay Parker, Nassau. Sheep
Fitting and Grooming: Senior
1st: Clay Parker, Nassau; Senior
2nd: Victoria Hygema, Nassau;
Senior 3rd: Matthew Simmons,
Nassau: Top Goat Buck Win-
ners: Grand champion: Lar-
issa Brannen & Lindsey Drury;
Reserve champion: B.J. Bran-
nen; Top Gqat Doe Winners:
Grand champion: Lowen Raw-
lins, Volusia/Flagler; Reserve
champion: Megan Wilkes, Volu-
sia/Flagler. Top Goat Wethers
Winners: Chance Jones; Re-
serve champion: Luke Norman.
Goat Showmanship Winners:
Junior 1st: Lindsey Drury; Ju-
nior 2nd: Curtis Davis, Volusia/
Flagler; Junior 3rd: B.J. Bran-
nen. Goat Fitting and Groom-
ing: Junior 1st: Larissa Brannen;
Junior 2nd: Austin Davis; Junior
3rd: Daniel Combs. Goat Show-
manship Winners: Senior 1st:
Hannah Masterson; Senior 2nd:
Chance Jones; Senior 3rd: Luke
Norman. Goat Fitting and
Grooming: Senior 1st: Charlie
Bumrnett; Senior 2nd: Hannah
Masterson; Senior 3rd: Scott Pi-
cher, Bunnell. Top Swine Win-
ners: Grand champion: Brad
Rigdon; Reserve champion:
Keith Woodruff. Swine Show-
manship Winners: Junior 1st:
Alex Register. Swine Show-
manship Winners: Austin Gib-
son. Swine Weight Gain Win-
ner: Josh Rivers. Steer Weight
Gain Winners: 1st place: Char-
lie Burnett; 2nd place: Bryan
Perez; 3rd place: Trace Fergu-
son. Swine Class Winners:
Class 1: Brad Rigdon; Class 2:
Keith Woodruff; Class 3: Corley
Sweat; Class 4: Sarah Gibson;
Class 5: Trace Ferguson; Class
6: Ridge Sweat. Record Books
Swine: 1st place: Curtis Low-
ery; 2nd place: Ashton Snyder;
1st place: Hannah Wilkerson;
2nd place: Bethony Rhode.
Herdsman & Shepherd Win-
ners: 1st place in cattle: Nas-
sau Town and Country 4-H; 2nd
place: Baker County 4-H; 1st
place in sheep: Callahan Coun-
try Kids, Nassau 4-H; 2nd place:
Nassau Town and Country 4-H.
Poultry Showmanship Win-
ners: Junior 1st: Clayton Lyons.
Poultry Showmanship Win-
ners: Intermediates 1st: Larissa
Brannen; Intermediates 2nd:
B.J. Brannen. Poultry Show-
manship Winners: Senior 1st:
Matthew Simmons, Nassau; Se-
nior 2nd:. Victoria Hygema, Nas-
sau; Senior 3rd: Heather Betts,
Nassau. Top Poultry Winners:
Best male production: Rhode
Island Red, Hannah Wilker-
son; Best female production:
New Hampshire Red, Clayton
Lyons. Best male exhibition
Bantam: White Crested Black
Polish, Matthew Simmons, Nas-
sau. Best female exhibition
Bantam: Speckled Old English,
Larissa Brannen. Best female
exhibition Standard: Dark
Brahma, Matthew Simmons,
Nassau. Best male waterfowl:
White Call duck, Matthew Sim-
mons, Nassau. Best female wa-
terfowl: Grey Call duck, Victo-
ria Hygema, Nassau. Best male
miscellaneous: Pearl Guinea,
B.J. Brannen. Best female mis-
cellaneous: Pearl Guinea. La-
rissa Brannen. Best in Showi:
Dark Brahma Standard. Nlat-
thew Simmons, Nassau. Top
Rabbit Winners: Best of Breed
Trihianta: Richard Fisher. Best
of Breed Mini Rex: Matthew
Simmons, Nassau. Best Oppo-
site of Breed Mini Rex: Mat-
thew Simmons, Nassau. Best
of Breed New Zealand: Lar-
issa Brannen. Best Opposite of
Breed New Zealand: B .J. Bran-
nen. Best of Breed Flemish Gi-
ant: B.J. Brannen. Best.Oppo-
site of Breed Flemish Giant:
Larissa Brannen. Best of Breed
Rex: Hannah Wilkerson. Best
of Opposite Breed Rex: Sarah
Harrell. Best of Breed Nether-
land Dwarf: Victoria Hygema,
Nassau. Best Opposite Breed
Netherland Dwarf: Kelly Hy-
gema, Nassau. Best of Breed Li-
onhead: Samantha Smart. Best
Opposite Breed Lionhead:
Samantha Smart. Best of Breed
Holland Lop: Rebeka Robin-
son. Best Opposite of Breed
Holland Lop: B.J. Brannen.
Best of Breed Californian: La-
rissa Brannen. Best Opposite of
Breed Californian: B.J. Bran-
nen. Best of Breed Mini Lop:
Brianna Burnsed. Best of Breed
Fuzzy Lop: Grace Parker, Nas-
sau. Best in Show Mini Lop:
Brianna Burnsed. First runner
up Mini Rex: Matthew Sim-
mons, Nassau. Second runner
up Netherland Dwarf: Victoria
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LARGE SCALE AMENDMENT TO THE BAKER.
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
The Baker County Commission, will hold a Public Hearing on November
21,2006 at 6:01 p.m., to consider a proposed semi-annual amendment to the
Baker County Comprehensive Plan. This amendment addresses the Cedar
Creek Development of Regional Impact (DRI). The Baker County Commis-
sion, acting in its capacity as the Local Governing Body, will transmit the
above-mentioned semi-annual amendment to the Baker County Compre-
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County Land/ Local Planning Agency will hold a public hearing to review
. the request ordinance on November 9, 2006 at 7:01 p.m.. Both public hear-
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Street, Macclenny, Florida. On the dates above-mentioned, all interested
parties may appear and be heard with respect to these proposed ordinances
which are titled as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2006 -
AN ORDINANCE OF BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
ORDINANCE NO. 91-1, AS AMENDED, RELATING TO THE LARGE
SCALE DEVELOPMENT AMENDMENT PROCEDURES ESTAB-
LISHED IN SECTION 163, FLORIDA STATUTES, PROPOSING
AN AMENDMENT TO THE FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT AND
FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE ADOPTED COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, WITH RESPECT TO A PARCEL OF LAND BEING APPROXI-
MATELY 3,224 ACRES IN SIZE, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION
SUBMITTED BY ADRIAN DEVELOPMENT AT BAKER, LLLP AND
GLEN FOREST, LLC; PROVIDING FOR A CHANGE IN LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM AGRICULTURE ZONES A AND B TO
MIXED USE DISTRICT RESIDENTIAL (MUDR); PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 2006 -
AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF BAKER, FLORIDA, RE-
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Bishop Snyder sidelines packed
Wt former Baker High coaches
BYBOB GERARD ."Most of them never plaNed football at any lev-
Press Sports el," said Harrison. "We were handicapped in that
If you are a fan of high school football and you respect.Most of the better athletes go to KennN."
happen to look in the Jacksonville paper on Satur- The first two years. Harrison"s team played onlE
day mornings to check the scores, you "a J. V schedule while his kids learned
might get a little surprise as you look the fundamentals. But they are learning
at that picture from the Bishop Sn\der fast.
game. The new Catholic school on the "We are 3-5 so far this season, but
Westside has a distinctly Baker County we've been in almost every game to
look on the sidelines. the end," commented the coach. "We
Former BCHS Athletic Director are 1-1 in the district and need to win
BobbN Harrison is the head coach at r Friday against North Florida Christian
Snyder, and he has many fQrmer Wild- to make the playoffs."
cat coaches as assistants. T- There is plenty of excitement around
Son Greg Harrison has been with him '' el, the small school off 103rd St. on Jack-
for four years at Snfder. as has Donnie / sonville's booming westside. Most of
LeCroy. Former BCMS coaches John- the dozen or so faculty members coach
Moblea and Dentis Inman joined this some sport.'Snyder offers cross coun-
year.loe try, track, boys and girls soccer, swnim-
"I lo e it o\ er there." said Harrison. C H rr. ming, baseball and other sports.
"It' a nice school. The kids .ire Sen well Bishop Sn)der is not expected to
behaved.They are there to get an education." '-a small for long. With all the groa h
Building a credible program has been are real in the area. Harrison expects Snyder to grow to
challenB e for Harrison and his coaches. When the within 1000 or 1100 in very few years.
school of 400 opened four years ago, the fledg- So, it might not be too long before this group of
ling football team was full of kids who had never ex-BCHS coaches are lining up against the Wild-
.tra-Pu_ .A n cats.
BY BOB GERARD,
During the bye week, Baker
High football coach Bobby Johns
candidly assessed the progress
his team has made this season
and how far it still has to go to
meet his expectations.
The Wildcats will face Bishop
Kenny Friday in a district match-
up. Both teams- are out of the
playoff picture, but will be play-
ing for pride.
"Ifyou look at the early games
of the season, say Middleburg
or WVest Nassau,. it's clear that
we've made a lot of progress,"
said Johns. "We \ weren't a very
good football team at the start of
Johns sees the team making
gains Iw eek-b\ -week. but there
is still a lot of work to do, par-
ticularly on the mental side of thle
"We are still making a lot of
mental mistakes that are costing
us ballgames." said the first-year
Johns looked at the losses to
Raines, Jackson and Su\% annee
Counts and blamed them on
mental errors. In each game, the
team \"as close to victory, only
to have key drives go awry due
to fumbles, poor clock manage-
ment or missed assignments. For
a coach who preaches fundamen-
tals, that can be frustrating.
"You can see that we go into
games hoping to win, but not ex-
pecting to % in." said Johns. "It's
as if we're waiting for something
bad to happen."
According to Coach Johns,
good teams enter a game know -
ing they will win, and not letting
anything stand in their way.'
"In every game you'll have
times when things aren't going
: yOr way, and you have to over-
' come them to \in."
At this point the Wildcats
haven't made the leap of faith to,
Johns used the example of a
regular season win over Vernon
High while'he was coach
Blountstown and a.play
against the same team.
"We were trailing i
games and came back to x
couldn't have done that
we were convinced that w
win the game."
That switch has yet
with the young Wildcats
work on game situation-
snap decisions ha\ e to b
in practice. but until a t
able to accomplish it in t
of competition it don't t
to make the mental lea
"hope" to "expect."
"There were some k
ments in the Raines an
son games where, had v
able, to overcome, the
Should have been different
Johns. "But we weren't
Nonetheless,' Johns is
with the team's progress'
ciavly when he realizes th
to work as a team to.be s
T"We don't have the rea
nant player that big pr
have. In some schools y
look at the roster and pc
say 'that's the guy.'"
In the past, the Wildca
had players who 'fit th
Clifford Green, LeMoyn
liams, Marcus "Buffy" 1
and Henry Reed,. Curt
liams, Larry Dupree, Ca
and Marcus Rhoden all s'
mind from Wildcat lore
.kind of players.
CJ Spiliar, Tim Tebb
Leon Washington are als
examples from area scho
"We don't have those
In fact, we've got prime
right here at the schoolV
some reason ha\ e chose
pla football," said John-
Another area where Lo
pects improvement is l
"I've only been here
months so it's going to
while, but we really have
Packers shut out Titans
BY DWIGHT HARRIS
Little League contributor
SThe Pee-Wee division Pack-
ers had their hands full with a
tough Titan team Saturday but
found a way to win 13-0. This
game proved it takes a total team
effort to win.
'The offensive standouts for
the Packers were. Will Rhoden
with six carries for 134 yards
rushing and two touchdowns.
Marcus Harper carried three
times for 13 yards and scored an
extra point. Cooper Hodges and
Joseph Alford also ran the ball.
'The Packer's defensive play-
ers of the game were Joseph Al-
ford with eight tackles. Cooper
Hodges and Will Rhoden both
had seven tackles and Dalton
Vonk followed with six. Other
notable defensive players were
Marcus Harper, Daniel Courson,
Detrone Watkins and Dawson
'The Titan offensive players
were Kaleb Manning with 26
carries for 97 yards rushing. Jus-
tin Waddell rushed for 49 yards
and caught a pass for 17 yards.
Justin Morris led the defense for
the Titans with five tackles and
a fumble recovery. Other nota-
bles were Justin Waddell, Chase
Dugger, David mcCauley, Hailey
Dugger, Kaleb Manning, Ethan
Hatcher and Jonathon Hodges.
Eagles 21 Cowboys 13
Chargers 28 Broncos 26 OT
Jets 22 Panthers 0
Forty-Niners 26 Colts 0
Patriots 27 Dolphins 0
Falcons 33 Bears 6
ching a in the weight room at getting
off win stronger."
The Wildcats are still a young
n both team, many. of whom don't have
win. We a lot of experience. Of the 14 se--
unless niors on the roster, eight are on
'e could the team for the first time. Starter
Rod Rentz has not played high
to flip school ball and Tyler Thomas,
s. They the starting tight end, has not
where played since the seventh grade.
e made All in all, the Cats have grown
team is by leaps and bounds since their
he heat 0-10 season last fall. Like all
be able coaches though, Johns won't be
p from satisfied until they reach all his
ey mo- That's the way it should be.
e been Man of the
able to Match
s, espe- Sen i o r ""
ey have Dylan Mann
success- has excelled .
for the -i: :
l domi- Wildcats on :
programs defense this
rou can season. The
)int and 5'11" 175
pound line- ,' ,-
its have backer com-rn
iat bill: bines quicK- .
ne Wil- ness and 4.0
Mallory speed with :
is Wil- a heady mix
rl West of determination.
pring to Off the field, Mann is a quiet
as those ':and soft-spoken honor student.
In fact, he is one of the last
ow and people that you'd expect to be
o prime capable of delivering a bone-jar-
ols. ring hit. But he becomes every-
e guys. thing you could want in a 'backer
athletes when he straps on his helmet.
who for Mann is adept at pursuing
n not to running backs who are trying
to dash around the'corner ihtf
)ilns ex- open field and'has applied some
physical memorable broken field solo
tackles. He can also drop back
for six into coverage and pick up a tight
take a end or a back coming out of the
to work backfield on a pass play.
Mann's strong suit is "playing
big." He delivers hits that you'd
expect from a linebacker much
larger than 175 pounds, and is
4"" "relentless in his pursuit of run-
ning backs and quarterbacks.
Mann's leadership on the
.t field is appreciated by both his
coaches and teammates.
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Bishop Kenny here for home
after Suwannee dashes district
BY BOB GERARD
Live Oak seems to be the place
where hopes of a playoff slot go
to die. The Baker High Wildcats.
saw their hopes at a playoff shot
destroyed when they entered the
confines of the Suwannee Coun-
ty High football field a 'couple of
This past weekend, the Wild-
cats' homecoming opponent
Bishop Kenny suffered the same
indignity. The Crusadeis were 1-
1 in district play going in to the
game, and hoped a win would
propel them another step closer
to a possible though improb-,
able pldvoff slot.
But Suwannee, which started
the season in miserable fashion
with a 1-5 record,' used its home
field advantage to craft an excit-
ing 21-17 % victory over the Cru-
saders. The win left the Bulldogs
with a mathematical chance at
the playoffs and Kenny 'gasping
for air. -
The loss was a complete re-
versal of BK's previous week's
remarkable 40-34, 'ictory over
the Raines Vikings. In that game.,
the Crusaders rode the arm and
quick feet of qUarterback Alike
Stukel to victory.
Stukel "is a very dangerous
quarterback, and stopping him
will be job one for the Wildcats
on Friday night. Stukel is a threat
throw ing the ball. but perhaps an
even bigger threat running the
option. When he decides to run.
Stukel has the speed and durabil-
ity of a tailback.
In the first half of the Suwan-
nee game, Stukel was a one man
wrecking crew. He ran the ball
eight times for 108 yards and.
threw eight times for 68 yards.
Kenny went up 17-7 and looked
in complete control of the game.
But Suwannee made adjust-
ments that the Wildcats will look
at very carefully, loading the line
w ith size, and the game swung to
the Bulldogs' fav or. Srukel could
only complete 2 of 4 passes. and
run for 27 \ards in the second
Ladies fall to
The Lady Wildcat volleyballl
team went down to defeat this
weekend in the second round of
the district championship.
The Lady Cats were defeated
by the number one-seeded Mid-
dleburg Broncos in three games,.
12-25, 17-25,22-25. .
The team went into the match
filled %with confidence after de-
featiinge Bradford County in
the first round. But Middleburg
:jumped out on top with seven
straight points and the Lady
Wildcats weren't able to come
back from the big deficit .
"We tried to match Middle-
burg's intensity. but we just could
not overcome the errors that
plagued our play." said Coach
Chris Armoreda. "We played a
flawless game the night before.
but Nliddleburg \\as able to ex-
ploit our weaknesses."',
x ill be
feat a so
Runners win, prepare for districts
L IdIanclC BY BOB GERARD
The BCHS cross' country
Stukel under control, the team took the first four places
ers were manageable. to easily defeat Columbia High
Wildcats will be looking at last week in a dual-meet. Blake
m the Suwannee game in Rowan was the top finisher with
o find the edge they need a 19:03 time. A step behind was
the dynamic quarterback Luke Kennedy at 19:04 .
raps for the whole game. Evan Ward was right on their
e chance of a playoff slot heels, coming in at 19:13. Paul
ith the wind. the Wildcats Gibson wasn't far off his pace
playing for pride. at 19:20. Columbia took the fifth
ody wants to lose ahome- "spot. but Robert Nllason placed
game. sixth at 19:32.
The Cats will face a stern test
seed in championshi
Cats couldn't mount an Lady Wildcat voUeyball team
and the defense was un- has endured and overcome all'
counter the strong up- their adversities. Who would
ay by the Bronco hitters. have thought that the girls \ would
oreda realized thai to de- play a second-round game? This
)lid team like Middleburg. has not happened in eight or nine
would have to play error- ears. I am vern proud of the
1, but that didn't happen. girls and wish the season did not
errors were Annoreda's .have to end."
oncem for the team all -Ashley Hohlton and Tiffany
Norman had 2 kills and Kallie
oreda \ as upbeat despite Crunmmuney and Cassie Kennedy
"Even though our sea- had a pair of assists in the game.
ended, this edition of the
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w/inground pool in Normandv Village.
being sold a is MLSN29409,, S 116,500
- 3 duplexes otial units 2/2 & 2.1
E',cellent l,:cati';,,r MlS294791' 48.0000
MUST SEE ice big correr lot, 3BR/2BA.
all appliances included ML5i327565,
HORSES WELCOME Gorgeous 4BR/3BA,
2480sf on 5.14 acres. 4 -stall barn w/teed
room, tack room, fenced, in desirable area.
MLSn313581, 389 500
COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY Need
a lot for a small business. Close to
everything. MLS1I 129341, $45,000
READY FOR NEW FAMILY 3BR/2BA
w/rewer carper & vinyl MLSv427624
MUST MOVE Over 2300sf 5BR/38A DW.
fenced backyard. MLS#307963, $129,000
53 ACRE FARM In Glen St. Mary set tp
NEEDS A DEVELOPER -This 15 acres
is now ready to be developed for
commercial. MLS#292461, $575,000
1.8 ACRES/1999 DW MOBILE HOME
- Fish from your backyard, 3BR/2BA on
cul-de-sac. MLS#310618, $110,000
this weekend at the district tour-
nament. It's a big district, with
host Bishop Kenny having some
of the top runners in the state.
Nonetheless, Coach Charles Ru-
ise is optimistic.
"I feel good about our district
meet," said Ruise. The girls race
at 8:45 am with the boys racing
as soon as the girls' race finish-
The girls team finished third
to Suwannee and Columbia in a
tri-meet. Guadalupe Campos was
the top runner for BCHS, finish-
ing 8th. Shae Raulerson,.who has
had the best times all season for
BCHS, was ill.
"It was an overall good effort
from the team. We got some of
our key runners back from in-
Kristin Smith, Kelsey Dudley
and Sylvia Sotomeyer had been
sidelined b injury. Brittany
Dale and Sarah Combs also fin-
Custom Homes Additions Remodels
259-4893 ** 904-403-4781 cell.
5960 Lauramore Rd., Mlacclenny. FL 32063
RR License No. 282811470
WHITEHEAD BROS.,INC. -LAKE CITY LOGISTICS
NEW RAISE IN PAY
Over the road drivers needed.
Ne\\ trucks %% ith ThermoKing APLJ's. 1800 \ art in\ erters, top of the line,
leather seats. salk-in condo sleepers, and ne%\ air-ride front suspension
for a smoother nde than .ou ha\e ever experienced. Home several nights
most %weeks as '\e have a good mixture of regional and over the road.
Hdme most weekends. Personalized dispatching that comes from only
dispatching 25 trucks locall. Earn up to 30% of revenue immediately.
NO WAITING!!! New increased layover pay. Up to $100.00 per day.
2 ~seeks action. $1200.00 per year Safety Bonus. Driver of the Year
bonus. Driver recruitment bonus. Medical and dental insurance. Need 2
CALL JIM OR DEBBIE LAWRENCE
904-368-0777 or 888-919-8898
Family Om ned and Nationall. Recognized
COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVE POSITION
Community Representative needed for Rolling Mead- -
ows, our new home community in. the Baker County
area. This position is part-time 16-25 hours a week both
weekday and weekend hours. If you like people, are out-
going. and possess good organizational and interperson-
al skills, this is an excellent opportunity. Duties include-
greeting the public, answering the phone, and setting ap-
pointments.. Basic computer skills are required. Hourly
rate plus incentive. If interested, please contact Mark
Ray (904) 259-1421.
Equal Opportunity Employer
0 k1395 Chaffee Road
TIA11MON South, Jacksonville
Wi.son Redly Corp. REALFORS
DON'T MISS OUT Here's your
chance to own this beautiful 1.82 acre
lot in established Glenwood. Gravel
drive. MLS#314433, $82,500
LIKE NEW Must see 4BR/3BA,
2380sf, 2004 Cavalier DW mobile
home, on 1 acre. MLS#326135,
RENTALS/ACREAGE 3 Rental
units on 2.5 acres. Great investment.
BEAUTIFUL HOME 3BR/2.5BA
2646sf on 10 acres. Bonus room,
pond, playground, lots of upgrades.
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
2 STORY BRICK 3BR/3.5BA on
beautiful 4+ acre lot. Large front
porch with columns. Fireplace,
2 car garage, and much more.
PRIVATE ACREAGE -7.5 acres
private shady lot, partially cleared,
with paved road frontage. Already
split in 2 parcels. MLS#312559,
Drug Free Workplace
BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME 2BR/1 BA
on 5.2 acres, has been partially cleared
and fenced. MLS#315369, 5275,000
3BR/2BA Fully rehabbed, ready ct
move inm A must see. MLS320602,
INVESTMENT 2 92 acres near 9A
& I Main. Investment opportunity
ACRES OF PRIVACY Gorgeous 3BR/2BA,
fiml I'v/dird m Fam Rm has hplc. 2 5
acres w/pond. ML54331996, 5359 900
GOLF COMMUNITY 4BR/3BA upscale
brick home, wood tile firs, 42' cabinets &
much more. MLS332105, 1369,900
GREAT STARTER You'll love this cozy
home New paint, carpet, appliances
MLSH 311463. 120,000
COUNTRY LIVING 4 acres in Bryceville,
w/DW mobile home, & concrete blk work
'.hop Home sold as is ML5329232
HIDDEN TREASURE 3BR/2.5BA w/frml
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,
5'1 wheel included. MLS#320255,
COUNTRY LIVING 28+ acres of vacant
land in the country. MLS#317891,
Cypress Pointe (904) 653-1741
Cypress Pointe Community and Model: 1-10 west, north of SR 228.
Lot 51 Arlington B
S 1,875 sq. ft., 3/2
Lot 17 Sunbury G
2,223 sq.ft., 3/2.5
Lot 59 Cumberland A
3,897 sq. ft., 5/4.5 $278,750
Coach lights and Irngation System
Model Hours: Mon. 11-7
Tues., Wed., & Sat. 10-7
Lot 16 Chesapeake C
1,625 sq.ft.,3/2 $169,300
10x20 Aluminum Screened Porch
The Franklin Mercantile now re-open Cash for your junk car or truck. I haul.
for your business! Friday & Saturdays 904-509-0921. 5/4-10/26p
10:00 am-5:00 pm. CR 125, at the rail-
road crossing in Glen. 259-6015.
Classified ads and notices must be
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no later than 4:00 pm the Monday
preceding publication, unless other-
wise arranged in advance. Ads can
be mailed provided they are accom-
panied by payment and instructions.
They should be mailed to: Classified
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The telephone. Liability for errors in
all advertising will be limited to the
lirst publication only. If after that
time, the ad continues to run without
notification of error by the person or
agency for whom it was published,
then that party assumes full payment
responsibility. The Baker County
Press reserves the right to refuse
advertising or any other material
which in the opinion of the publisher
does not meet standards of publica-
Dell Dimension L series computer.
Penlium III, mouse, keyboard, 17 inch
CRT monitor, printer, 56K mooem, CD
ROM, floppy drive. Zip drive, 7.5 GB
HD. Windows 98. $150. 259-3737 tic
6.5 HP Yardman mulcher, $150: 6.0
HP Murray tiller, $150; Sweetwater
pontoon boat, 50 HP. 2 stroke, 19 ft..
$17,000, 2005 Honda Shadow VLX,
low miles, $6,000, 2005 Honda 250
Rebel, low miles, great starter bike,
$2900- 2005 Kia Sorento. loaded,
$18,000. 2005 Chevrolet Silverado
truck. extended can, 10K miles.
$23 000 Caill 259-5456 or 571-9673
Reduced! Very nice, matching set
Reversible queen size comforter.
stripes & paisley, navy, dark green
& burgundy, pillow shams, 3 throw
pillows, lamp shade, bed skirt, piece
of a roll of wallpaper, $60. 259-2183
between 5:00 -9:00 pm. 10/12tfc
1996 Class A 34' Winnebago Adven-
turer, fully serviced, sleeps 6, 62K
miles, $28,900. 259-9500. 10/19tfc
King pillowtop, new with warranty,
$289, can deliver. 904-391-0015. '
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-
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.
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-
Adult western saddle, good condition;
includes pads & other accessories,,
$375. 259-9040. 11/19-26p
Bed, beautiful temp-pedic memory
foam mattress & boxsprings, new
in plastic, with warranty, retail $950,
must sell $379, can deliver. 904-858-
27" ProScan TV, excellent condition,
$200 firm. 259-5011. 10/26-11/2p
1985 GMC El Camino, very nice,
$2800. 251-4641 cell or 259-8565.
1999 Mercury Cougar, 5 speed, V6,
cloth interior, 98k miles, 1 owner, very
good condition, good gas mileage, ap-
proximately 30 mpg, $4,000 OBO Call
George at 904-219-0480 cell. 10/26c
1.989 Toyota Celica convertible, runs
good,,cute, fun, good gas mileage,
$1200 OBO. 275-4360. 10/26p
For sale by owner 2006 Chevy Tahoe
LS, 2 WD, 3rd row seat, 8,600 miles,
$26,500. 259-5895. 10/26p
2002 Ford Ranger, 4 cylinder, 5 speed,
clean pickup, 1 owner, $4500. 259-
Pony party package, includes-screened
pavilion, jumper, slide, ponies & train,
$250. 259-2465. 10/26-11/2p
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-7968.
Handyman services. Remodels, ad-
ditions, fences, tile, drywall, decks,
porches, etc. Licensed & Insured. 653-
2014 day or anytime @ 954-288-0706.
We do small job land clearing, bush
hog mowing, scatter dirt, root rake,
etc., also tree trimming & removal.
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in good
condition. Call Karin at Southern Charm
Open Monday thru Saturday
9:00 am to 6:00 pin
Come in and see our new look!
Ne% and used item, -jrri\ing daily)
We've got what you're looking for...
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Lay-A-Ways available on f
S&Di' "t Bikes
WA -"December. 1.5 :
Dogs: all types from puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $50 boarding fees will
AKC Registered female Boxer, very
friendly & playful. 1 year old, $200:
AKC registered male Basset Hound,
very friendly, 10 months old. $150.
Horse for sale. Good with kids. tack
included, $1200. 259-2465.
Good used appliances. 90 day money
back guarantee. 266-4717. 7'13-3/29p
Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic.
$199. 904-398-5200. 10/19-11/9c
4 American racing wheels & tires. 22".
excellent condition, $900. 904-333-
Solid wood cherry sleigh bed with
mattress & bosprings, retail $950,
sacrifice for $395. can deliver. 90-4-
Antique breakfront buffet, breakiront
china cabinet. buffet, all mahogany,
can be seen at Southern Charm. 259-
1997 Quantum 18 ft. bass-ski boat.
125 HP Mercury Force, new tires,
wheelbearings. seats & tail lights, all
accessories included, excellent condi-
tion, $8500. 259-5296 after 6:00 pm.
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. tcf
2001 Sea Pro SV 1900 115 V'ama-
ha fully loaded, excellent condition,
$13.500 904-476-5244. 10/26-11/.2p
2006 Forest River Sierra, 2 slides, 34
ft. 259-5365 or 509-8025.10/26-11/2p
Connex 4400 HP CB with hi & low
channels; Texas Star 667, longer talk-
ing distance; CB witn mounted stand;
3 ft. jumper. Paid $750, sell for $350.
275-2845 or 483-7510. 10/26p
2003 Honda XR200 dirt bike, excellent
condition, very few hours, like new,
$2000 OBO. 653-2084. 10/26p
. We are looking for skilled structural
sleel craftsmen who are able to work
in a team environment. Hours of opera-
tion are from 7:00 am-3:30 pm within the
possibility of overtime when required.
Benefits include paid holidays, per-
sonal days & vacation. Apply in-person
at 710 Griffin Court, Macclenny. Apex
is an EOE and drug free workplace.
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, lBenefits after 90 days. 259-
Pest control lawn tech, $10/hour to
train, $26K+, medical, dental, life,
retirement. Must have-valid driver's
license. Please call 904-726-9332.
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service needs
experienced full time lawn maintb-
nance worker with valid Florida drivers
license. 259-7335. 3/23tfc
Dump truck driver needed, must have
CDL Class B license, be dependable,
have clean driving record. 259-6172 or
Part-time ranch hand. Must have clean
driving record & experience with horse
trailers & tractors. 289-9331.
2" & 4" Wells
Water & Iron Conditioners
Call Roger or Roger Dale
Family Owned & Operated
Licensed & Insured
S. ,. Will pick up for free unwanted, left over yard
sale items. Call 653-1558.
O,,"- l Thursday & Friday 8:30 am-?, End of Charlie
": *^G '-: Rowe Rd.
LE Thursday, Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-5:30
-RD : pm, 7598 S. Yellow Pine Circle, off north end
Sof Bob Burnsed Rd, Glen St. Mary. More things
-. GSA, each day. Farmal Cub C farm tractor/belly mow-
,e er, 1994 Nissan pickup, antique furniture, ex-
.. erciser, upright oak piano, patio table & chairs,
9 desk, tools, glassware, tool boxes, sadirons,
new cad. floor mats, baskets, pictures, frames,
oak beveled wall mirror, new Huffy boy's bike still in box, old ice
box, air conditioner, new range hood, old iron dinner bell, collect-
ables, clothes, utensils, lamps, curtain, books, computer books,
, cookbooks, Christmas items, kitchen items, jewelry, numerous other
items. Too much to list. Something for everyone. Huge sale.
Friday 8:00 am-3:00 pm, 121 N., left on 23C. left on James Britt Rd,
first house on left, garage in back. Benefits American Cancer Society.
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am-?, 8281 Grant St., corner of Grant &
Woodlawn Rd, follow signs to backyard. Lots of new things, work
. pants. Big sale.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-noon, 4708 Birch St. Household appli-
. ances. clothes, auto tires, camping equipment, miscellaneous.
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am-noon, 458 S. 3rd St. Baby boy items. jr.
clothes for girls, much more too much to list. .-
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am-?, 417 Jerry Circle. Lots of baby stuff,
like brand new high chair, swing & car seat for infant, children's
clothes, household stuff. knick knacks.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 121 N. to 23D to River Hills Drive.
Saturday 8:00 am-noon, 4450 Hickory St., Macclenny II. Girl's
clothes, women's clothes, books, toys, stove & other items.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, behind Fastway Food Store on Woodlawn.
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Saturday 9:00 am-?, 43 East Boi
Saturday 7:00 am-?, 121 to Jel
thigh trainer $75, Tony Little gaze
ff Starling Rd. Clothes, toys, lateral
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 6627 Kieth Griffis Circle. Furniture, clothes.
t time w/full time potential. Looking Baker County Animal Control will be
motivated, qualified person in Baker accepting applications for a permanent
surrounding area. Experience in part time position, 20 hours per week,
es helpful Reply with resume & $8,hour Applicants -must be 18 years
3rences to P.O Box 598, Macclenny, of age or older.'HS" r GED graduate
32063. 6/2fc w/valid Florida driver's license Must be
ekend Residential live-in house proficient in Word, Windows & data
ents needed to provide'care for entry w/excellent typing & telephone
disabled adult females in Baker communication skills. Kennel duties
unty. CNA preferred, HS diploma included. Applications can be acquired
GED required. Pay includes $100 at the Administration Office at 55 N. 3rd
day per 24 hour period plus room St.. Macclenny, FL. Deadline for appli-
ioard. Hours would be Friday 6:00 cations will be November 7, 2006, at
through Sunday 6:00 pm. Please 2:00 pm. Baker-County Commissioners
pond to Rose Payne via email at is an Equal Opportunity Employer and
e_trazier4dcf.state.fl.us or fax a drug tree workplace. 10/26-11/2c
ume to 904-259-5187. 10/26c
Pediatric nurses needed. Long term
hourly homecare case in Baldwin avail-
able. All shifts. Integrity Health Service
Full time trim/punch out carpenter for
.local construction company. Benefits
and paid vacation included. Please call
813-1580 weekdays only between 9:00
am 5:00 pm. 10/26tfc
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TRUCK & TRAILER MECHANICS NEEDED
G PRITCHETT TRUCKING
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
Notice to readers:
The newspaper otien publishes classi-
ned advertising on subjects like work-al-
riome wefigrii loss products, realth priod-
ucts While the newspaper uses reason-
able discretion in deciding on publication
of such ads., i1 iakes no responsibility as
Io. the trulthulness Oc clajimis Resporndents
should use caution and common sense
before sending any money or making oiher
commirmenis based on statements and/or
promises demand specifics in writing You
can also call the Federal Trade Commission
at 1-377-FTC-HELP Io find out how io spot
fraudulent soliciiations. Remember i iat
sounds too od to be i rue ii probably is.
- Tre Baker County Press
Company specializing in erosion 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
904-275-3292. or call .275-4960. EOE.
Drug free workplace. 10/26p
9889 S. Glen Ave. Hwy. 125, Glen St. Mary
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Attention all .RNs .and LPNs.
Macclenny Nursing and Rehab Center
currently has open positions for full
time, 7:00 pm-7:00 am shifts. Also,
openings available for full time PTA
and Speech Therapist PRN. All, inter-
ested applicants, please apply in per-
son at Macclenny Nursing and Rehab
Center, 755 S. 5th Street, Macclenny,
FL. On-site interviews available or call
Local concrete company now hiring
laborers, experience preferred by not
required. Call 259-2050 leave mes-
RN staffing nurses needed imme-
diately. All shifts available, Baker
& Duval Counties. Integrity Health
Services 730-9580. 10/26-11/2p
In Just 71 Days...
You can have the skills
You need to get a job as a
10 week course,I
call Christi @
For info packet
Next class starts:
Reg. by FL Commission for
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
Baker County Seniors. Need work.
Need training. Need extra cash. We
can help. If you, are 55 and older with
no/limited income, we may have the
training and employment opportuni-
ties that can help you pay the bills.
Call Eileen Hendrix now @ Experience
Works, Inc. 904-358-9971. Funded
by the State of Florida, Department of
Elder Affairs. EOE. 10/26-11/16p
Part time scale operator. The New
River Solid Waste Association is seek-
ing qualified applicants for a perma-
nent part time position of scale opera-
tor. Will be responsible for operating
computerized scale system, collect-
ing-fees & keeping accurate records
of all transactions. Must be a high
school graduate with two. years
of experience in similar.work. Must
be willing to, work a flexible sched-
ule including weekends and holidays.
Starting salary will be $9/hour for 20-
S25 hour week. Salary commensurate
with experience. Applications can be
picked up at the "New River Regional
Landfill on State Road 121, just north,
or Raiford. Deadline for applications
will be November3, 2006 at 5:00 pm.
For further information, call 386-4431-
1000. New River Solid Waste is a drug
free workplace; drug testing will be
required. EOE. 10/26-11/2c
'BOX BLADE WORK
Assistant secretarial position.
Applications will be accepted until
November 7, 2006 @ 1:00 pm for the
position of assistant secretary for the
Baker County Road Department. The
applications and list of job responsi-
bilities may be obtained from the Baker
county Administration Building, 55 N.
3rd Street,.Macclenny, FL. Applicants
must have a high school diploma, must
have excellent written & verbal com-
munication skills, must be proficient in
Word Perfect or Microsoft Word,, Excel
and modern office practices, equip-
ment & standard clerical techniques.
Salary will be $20,000/year. Only quali-
fied applicants should apply. We are
an Equal Opportunity Employer and
comply with drug free workplace polic-
es. The Baker County Commissioners
reserve the right to reject any and all
Sitter needed for 16 month old infant.
Saturday only. Three references need-
ed. 259-9182. 10/26c
Now hear this! .Earn $70K plus yearly.
Spend 2 days:with me, I'll prove it to
you. The #1 commercial aerial photog-
raphy in the USA is recruiting sharp,
high class sales reps in your area. No
travel. Call Charles Berdet at 1-800-
911 Coordinator. Applications, will be
accepted until November 7, 2006 at
1:00 pm for the 911 Coordinator posi-
tion. Responsible, professional posi-
tion with Baker County Board of County
Commissions involved with the assign-
ment of new street addresses and
management of existing information in
the County. Requires the compilation
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St. Mary's River Blutt on
Peace and quiet in the 3BR/2BA
home with a new rear deck and just
completed stone'fireplace front and
hearth. Custom mural painting in
child's room, that is just too beauti-
ful to describe. 2 car carport with
a separate 1200SF garage that is a
handyman's dream. All this and more
on 1.33 acres. MAC-022
This gorgeous 3BR/2BA 1939SF
home has a 4th room that could
be a den or an office. Large eat in
kitchen with oak cabinets, formal
dining room, arches in walkway,
master bath has jet tub for relax-
ing evening baths and your yard is
Easily maintained with the sprinkler
St. Mary's River Bluff on the river 3BR/2BA-home. Asking $187,000
BRING All OFFERS MAC/WH-043
Baker County 7.9 acres zoned for home or mobile home $78,210
BRING ALL OFFERS MAC-007
Baker County 13 acres zoned for home or mobile home $128,700
BRING ALL OFFERS MAC-005
St. Mary's RiverBluff, off river, brand new 2006 3BR/2BA DW/MH'
on 1.25 acres, never been lived in. '$132,500 MAC-017
Macclenny 3BR/2BA Beautiful home on corner lot with too much to
mention. Large spacious rooms throughout. $291,000 MAC-020
Too cute to believe in
St. George, Georgia
Perfect if you want to escape from
the city for the peace and quiet of
the country. Adorable 2 BR, 1 BA
on 2.37 acres, You will have privacy
and the benefit of wildlife right out
your door. You have to come see
this bargain to believe, Alltheroom
in the world to grow! MAC-023
Seller will pay $2000 toward
Macclenny 3/2 home on 1 acre with great open floor plan.
Sanderson on Cowpen just off US90, just off the paved road. 10,01
acres to build your dream home. Owners in process of making it
easier for you to imagine your home, and save you money, by hav-
ing part of the property cleared. $149,00 MAC-025
Macclenny Convenience store, no gas pumps, but great potential
with added fuel system to serve large trucks. $350,000 MAC-008,
Macclenny 1.18 acres with 3/2 DW/MH adjoining above store to
live in or use extra acreage to have large fueling area. $224,900
Heating* Air *.Electrical service.
Licensed and Insured
Lic. #RA13067194 4/21tfc
Residential & Commercial
New construction Framing
Keith Muse, owner
2" and 4" wells
Fill dirt ~ Millings ~ Slag
Land clearing ~ Fish ponds
Inground pools demo
ANGEL AQUA, INC.
Water softeners Iron filters
Sales Rentals Service
Total water softener supplies
~ Financing available ~
797 S. 6th Street, Macclenny
BAKER WELL & PUMP'
24 hour pump repair
Iron filters Irrigation systems
We build in-ground pools.
We sell and install
Service Renovations Cleaning
Repairs Chemicals Parts
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(next to Raynor's Pharmacy)
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Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
10M00 am-6:0b pm
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Installation of computerized
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Slab prep ~ 'Driveways
Finish mowing Boxblade work
Serving Baker &
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Emergency water removal
Dehumidificatiori Mold preven-
Hardwood floor drying
All types of pest control
Call Eston, Shannon, Bryan,
Bill or Philip
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Air conditioners,* Heat pumps
Major appliances *
24 hour, 7 day emergency ser-
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Engineered trusses for your new
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Clearing ~ Excavation
Complete site & underground
utility contractor, Land clearing
We sell dirt & slag
Hourly rate available on:
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Dirt starting at $85/load
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Damage repair guarantees
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We haul or buy junk cars and
We sell horses
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New septic systems
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graphic design and writing
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driver's license, neat and professional
appearance and ability to work with the
public. We are an Equal .Opportunity
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All real estate advertising in inis newspaper
is subject t.', ihe Fair Housing Act which
makes it illegal to adverse "any prelereice
limitation or discrimination based on race.
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loll tree telephone number ior the impaired.:
New construction. 1800+ SF. 4 BR.
2!' BA, 9 ft. ceilings, crown molding.
throughout, off grade foundation on 1
acre in N. Macclenny, $195,900. 904-
2.25 acres, high & dry, fish pond &
-Complete setup, ready to move on!
Homes & mobile homes. Georgia Bend,
T5 minutes to 1-10, $50,000. owner
financing or 10% cash discount. 912-
'2 acre land, zoned mobile home. 338-
Purchase or rent to own, Nice 3 BR,
2 BA doublewide on 2.71 acres with
ond, pole barn & shed. 904-477-
Gorgeous 1/2 acre on Estates Street in
Macc'lenny-ll, high & dry, convenient
to everything. Restricted to site.built
homes only, $49,000.904-219-0480.
Asst. Shop Foreman
The Waggoners Trucking is seek-
,'ing an Assistant Shop Foreman
Ifor our Jjck;,-ns iJle. FL car haul
location. Applicant must have
o\% n tools. CDL a plus. We have
excellent pa\ scale, benefits, and
401k. Appl\ in person at 848
Eastport Road or Fax Resume to
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For Spring rerm 20017
Nur.ing SkilLs L.ib Inistructor
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computer literacy required. BSN and
teaching experience preferred,
Registered Nursing Program: Acute Care
Clinical faculty for 16 hours/week(16
weeks). Lake : i,' im. nl, .iil il'i. .I'
have BSN, Fl. RN license and 2 years recent
i.I .ki l'ill d ,.r, cLr,'. le'rnn, MSN and
teaching experience preferred. (4 Positions)
Registered Nursing Program: Clinical
faculty for 16 hours/week (16 weeks)
Thursday, Friday OR Saturday positions
available Gainesville only. Must have BSN,
FL RN license and 2 years recent
maternal/infant or pediatric nursing
experience. li' n mni i u i.t,,n ,' L ih.n ..
preferred. (4 positions)
Half-Time Clinoical Instructor Positions:
Must have BSN, FL RN license and 2 years
recent acute care experience. MSN and
Teaching experience preferred. Salary
depends on degree and experience. Grant
Funded, Renewable annually.
Position 1 Gainesville, 20 hours per week
including one n' h .i ..hi..,ii .1,, "..ijiidm .
For i6 weeks.
Position 2 20 hours (three days) per week.
Some classroom teaching required.
Patient Care Assistant Course: Part-time
position 18 hours/week for 11i weeks
beginning 1/22/07 and ending 4/13/07,. Must
have FL RN license and experience in acute
or long term care nursing. (1 position)
Practical Nursing Program: Clinical
Instructor three days per week between
1/29/07 and 4/5/07. Must be RN with FL RN
license and 2 years recent experience in acute
eorlongtero aresr. '1 ,id.J uhi,
' experience preferred. (3 positions).
Contact Robbie Carson at 754-4304 or
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sciences, health careers)
Contact Patty Smith at 754-4239 or
Emerpencv Medical Services Programs
Teach EMT Basic courses in College's five
county service area. Must he instructor
certified at MiT-13I or Paramedic level.
Associate degree required. Teaching
experience preferred. Must have BLS, ACLS.
PALS certification: instructor certification
Contact Dr. Abraham Pallas at 754-4487
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SPersons interested in adjunct positions
must submit a College application and
provide photocopies of transcripts. All
foreign transcripts/degrees must be
submitted with an official translation and
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, break-
fast area, kitchen w/white cabinets, both
bathrooms w/jacuzzi, master BA/walk-
in shower, security system, surround
sound in great room, large sunroom
next to a screened inground pool. Brand
new 13 seer, high efficiency heat pump.
Sprinkler system, beautiful landscaping.
2 room detached garage w/12' alumi-
num lean to and a fenced area. All on 1
acre which has an underground petsafe
invisible fence. Wonderful neighbor-
hood. Great location. Serious inquires
, only. $380,000. 259-4602 or 259-6546
or 219-2842. 8.'24tc
Ocala National Forest lots. $500
down, $199 month. Owner 352-624-
2215 or 352-236-4579 www.ocalafor-
' acre, rare to find i enGlen St. Mary,
high & dry, close to high school & ten-
nis courts. mobile homes OK, $42,900.
Farm house on approximately 13
acres, 8 stall barn, large screened
pavilion, oaks, pond, includes farm
equipment. Established pony party,
inflatable & horse boarding income,
great business opportunity. $750,000.
1.28 acre lot with well & septic off
Woodlawn Rd., $35,000. Please call
1 acre, Macclenny II on Dogwood St..
$55.000 653-1775. 10,26-11/2p
175+/- 1/8 acre lots, Osceola National
Forest. Serious inquiries only. 653-2288
or 378-5140 or 259-3075. 10/26-11/9p
8.18 acre off Mudlake Rd. & Mallie
Davis Rd. Great place to raise a fam-
ily, great neighborhood or great invest-
ment. planted in palm trees. Light pole.
septic & well. ready for your mobile
home or to build $135,000. 259-3763.
1 acre lot, Maccenny Ill. $75,000.
FSBO. Copper Creek Hills, Unit Ill.
: 1 large lot, $60.000 Please call 259-
3343 weekdays between 9:00 am-5:00
3 BR mobile home on over acre
wilh pecan trees, board lence, front-
age. $90k. Glen St. Mary. 259-2465.
5 Yr. Experience
Fax Resume to:
See the ad for
in the Help Wanted section
of the classified ads
of The Baker County Press.
It starts with the headline:
"In Just 71 Days
you can have the
skills you need to
get a job as a
FSBO. Copper Creek Hills, Unit III, lot
for $55,000. Call 259-3343 weekdays
between 9:00 am-5:00 pm. 10/26tfc
900 SF singlewide on .43 acre
on Stone Road. 14x76, 2 BR, 2 BA,
$75,000. 904-718-4140. 10/26-11/2p
For sale or rent. 3 BR, 1 BA house,
approximately 1000 SF, $850/month,
deposit required, no smoking or -pets.
Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C, no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-
3 BR.& 2 BR mobile homes, no pets,
garbage, water & mowing provided,
New home, 3 BR, 1 BA, tile floor-
ing Throughout on 1.28 acre lot in',
Mac cenny. All electric appliances. $850
security deposit, $850.'month. Please
call 259-3343 weekdays between 9:00
am-5-00 pm. 8/31tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home on 2.1 acres,
beautiful 300 ft. white, sand beach on
St. Marys River, handyman special,
2004 Fleetwood doublewide, 24:-:48.
3 BR, 2 BA, utility room, eat-in kitchen.
$25,000. 259-5098 or 259-6078.
FSBO. 1996 Homes of Merit, 28',:68
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
Monday & Thursday &00 pm-
Macclenny Church ofChrist
275-3617 or 259-8257
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Persons interested in adjunct positions must
submit a College application and provide
photocopies of transcripts. All foreign
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C,.. Brick, 1632 SF, 3 BR,
*.0 0 i2BA, large modem
Florida kitchen, large family
/ room with fireplace.
CFow ,. i Convenient location.
Zoned for residential or
Rel Lty office use. This is a nice
Real home for only
Jim Smith, Real Estate Broker Reduced- Ten high and dnr acres zoned for horses.
Sales Associates Located 3 miles west of Glen St. Man off of US I0.
JosleDavis Mark Lancaster Juanice Padgett Good road frontage. Modular, manufactured and con-
Andrew P. Smith Teresa Yarborough % entional homes welcome Reduced to $159,900
799 6th St. Macclenn Invtestment Opportunity- .91 acre zoned for duplexes.
., a enny Propert. also includes a nice 3 BR. 2 BA home w/large mod-
I ern kitchen, spacious familN room, fireplace and other ame-
-JJ mi259-6555l nies Home & duplex lots priced to sell at $250,000
th'fisfting-Fi.,riipper irhunter'fitienimn I194 Commenrial proptri- -n US H. S i in Nice older NMH comnipleel reno cited &
I'. S.F BR. 2 BA NH on 2 3 racr;. Shed allh Mlacclerin Oild..r home n., be c:c.nncii.d ti, bhui- rie additions 3 BR. I' BA. FP, screen &
ani)p kitchen and sleep 69riNarN ir Oeain P:oird e space Er iahhlshed ,I hop .h elrin ..:,rld t ipenr porch, ab. gound pool. pnlacy fence.
Io e in .111Large storage buildings e.; acre corner lot.
3BR.1 BA.in',Iidr n rIool,:.n I. re i_-HA .'tA wListing-Nearl ne.. "i1-manufc'unrd h.:me Reaonably priced at $89.900 Owner % i%
o$1000.O T.,ns G.nerns Rd.J ,ia rrs..r, (''4 SF. BR. 2 BA tr, do ., on11 acre. ',ned
t for i.e:,r Miu.it ic I .jpr'r-.,ie $209.01111 consider financing wilh 20 d',. do n.
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CLASSIC WARM 3/2 BRICK HOME :"'"'
In established Macclenny neighborhood, 3/2 home has large bonus
room. It is 2298 sq. ft., has large screened back porch, plus screened 'A ON 21/ ACRES
side porch. The kitchen is large with lots of cabinets, also large family 13 DOUBLEWIDE 4 BR, 2 BA ON 2/2ACRES
room. On 2 city lots with back yard fenced, this one is a must see !! 2081 SF a must see with lots and lots of upgrades!
$195900 2 outbuildings and.a RV storage building.
Front deck porch and rear deck;
",'w 9Beautiful inside and out!!
3/2 SW & 2 STORY HOME $184 900
nn 1 91 a.reQ in I n St Mmar $184,900
Live in the MH while you complete the house.
COUNTRY ESTATE IN CITY
2500 SF 4BR/3BA house. Completely remodeled and updated!
New Kitchen-Aid appliances. Newwiring, 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
Excellent Business Location!
1.25 acres with 320 feet high-
way frontage on busy 121
North. Zoned Commercial
3 lots in Glen St Mary, 75x130.
1999 14x70 mobile home with
chainlink fenced yard. 2 BR, 2
BA with a garden tub and sepa-
rate shower in master bath.
Close to city. $79,900
Exc. commercial corner lot.
East ie, .92
4 BR/2 BA IN QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD
Beautiful old neighborhood ih Macclenny. Your children can
walk to school. 1560 SF
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
CONVENIENCE STORE/ MEAT MARKET
Well established business in the fastest growing area of Macclenny.
Excellent corner lot location! Beverage License is available!
Richard's Grocery & Meat Market, 386 N, Lowder St., Macclenny
$389,000- Owner will stay on to train you for 6 months.
HOMES AND LAND of North Florida, Inc.
Wayne Combs, Licensed Real Estate Broker ** We can show and sell all listings!
- 1.. Anne Kitching, Realtor, 962-8064 ** Wendy Smith, Realtor, 710-0528 ** Tina Melvin, Realtor, 233-2743 cell.
521 South Sixth Street, Ste. C, Macclenny
259-7709 o 338-4528 cell
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday October 26, 2006 Page 18
'06 Hummer H3
Loaded, Auto, V6
er. 27 '
'02 GMC Yukon XL '01 Chevy Silverado LS '06 Ford Freestyle
4x4, Auto, Leather, Sunroof X-Cab Auto, CD, PW, PL
*17,995 *12,995 $16,995
'03 Honda Accord '97 Honda Civic
4 Door, Auto, CD, PW, PL 5 Spd., A/C, CD, Rear Spoiler
'91 Chevy Reg. Cab Z71 '04 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Automatic, 4x4 4WD, Sunroof, V8, Leather
'05 Tacoma Pre-Runner
V6, Auto, PW, PL
'06 Chevy Cobalt LS
'01 Nissan Maxima
5 Spd., A/C, Sunroof, Leather
'02 Jeep Wrangler Sport
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