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77th Year, Vol. 28 Thursday, November 2, 2006 Macclenny, Florida 500

iery wreck on rain-slick
Two more people died on went out of control on rain-s
Baker County roads last week- pavement, crossed the grassy
end in a fiery crash on Interstate dian and was struck in the rea
410 just east of the Columbia a westbound semi-truck.
County line. Trooper James Starling
The eastbound 2005 Nissa the impact was "catastrop]
truck driven by Gary L. Helm- and the pickup burst into flame
bach, 59, of Green Cove Springs Mr. Heimbach and passed

Mary Sneider, 56, of Port Hur
Michigan were trapped in the
ferno and died at the scene.

Interstate 10 Friday kills two

Both commission

candidates citing

management skills

BY JIM McG AULEY Glen St. Mary district.
Press Publisher Mr. Griffis had no GOP pri
Mike Griffis and Mark Crews mary opposition, and next Tues
are hoping local voters haven't day will be the first time he is
forgotten the important Baker tested at the polls.
County race that remains on next Mr. Crews has run before, ii
Tuesday's ballot that of countN 1998 when he got just over 100(
commissioner District 4 votes trying to unseat Commis
(north BakerCounty). sioner Frec
It will be the sole local Raulerson
contest on the ballot, along who is re-
with an array of state and tiring .thi
national races and six -year. The
proposed amendments to incumbent
Florida's Constitution (see amassed
Impressions, page three),. large enough
While both candidates majority to
cite growth as the biggest avoid a run-
challenge facing the coun- off.
tN board the next decade .. Mr. Grif
and beyond, thev \ .. fis, a political
significantly in their style newcomer
and secondary concerns. has been
Mr. Griffis, 47, and attending
general manager of NEF- Mark Crews commission
COM, the meeting s
local tele- since Janu-
phone com- ary, including workshops.
pany. tends and feels they have helped
toward the him get a grasp of what lies
method in store if he wins.
cal and has "If I'm elected, there
studied the \\ill be no learning curve,
c o m m is '- he declares. "I'm confident
sion opera- that I'm familiar \ith all
tion closely the issues currently] before
fir nearly, a the board.
year. Meeting ne\% challenges
Candi, not on the county board's
date Crews, immediate horizon will
44,hasbeen be the true test, he ari-es.
running a and his experience both as
more gener- Mike Griffis a phone company execu-
al campaign tive and his involvement in
promising to vote issues "in the civic affairs make him the
best interest of the people." He better candidate.
emerged as top finisher in the Mark Crews says five years
September primaries, easily as an officer at Country Federal
beating out three othe" candi- Credit Union give him the edge
dates in the most crowded of the in dealing with finances. Years
local races, and scooping up 48 spent in the mechanical trades
percent of the vote at the same (an insulator) and in the engi-
time. neering department at Northeast
The Griffis-Crews contest has Florida State Hospital schooled
significance that reaches beyond him in the technical end of the
the personalities and their vision job areas like building mainte-
for Baker County. It's the first nance and the road department.
time a Republican candidate (Mr. As commissioner, he indicated
Griffis) has gotten within reach of his interests will lie in purchasing
a seat on the county commission procedures and getting the most
in well in anyone's memory. out of money spent maintaining
John Joseph challenged Steve dirt roads.
Kennedy in 1988 as a Repub- Both candidates strongly sup-
lican, and Democrat Kennedy port having new developments
smothered him in the general pay for themselves up front in
election by more that a 4-1 mar- infrastructure roads, bridges,
gin to win the first of several(Page please)
terms as commissioner from the( p

lick They marked the tenth and weekends. *'4 5 5 0 %
me- eleventh people to die in traffic The driver of the semi, 59- 3 -
rby accidents in Baker County so far year-old Farrell L. Judy III of *
this year. Last year, nine people Thomasville, Ga. received only
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iger continued through early Satur- both Baker and Columbia coun- The last go-around of the parties including Independen
*on, day morning, and the interstate ty responded. The accident oc- off-year election cycle in 2006 and Libertarian. Registration
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November 7, and Baker County weeks
Elections Supervisor Nita The
Crawford looks for a turnout of opened
near 50%. contini
If she gets anywhere at 5:0
around that, it will be a great office
improvement over the primary buildir
election in September when 9:00 ai
only 32.5% of eligible voters The
bothered to do so. will op
Baker County has a record on elec
number of adults who are where
eligible 12,998 to be exact. superv
Of those, Democrats still hold As c
a commanding edge at 8585, or and 36
65.3% of the electorate. There.
Republicans number 3607, absent<
a record tally motivated to turn be bac
out next week because of the 7:00 pi
party's candidate for the county Aga
commission (see story above), have
The remainder of registrants, screen
said Ms. Crawford, consist of select
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in the old Citizens Bank
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county's nine precincts
en for 12 hours at 7:00 am
;tion day. If you are unsure
to vote, telephone the
isor's office at 259-6339.
f Tuesday, 750 early voted
0 cast ballots by absentee.
is still time to request an
ee ballot, and they must
:k to the supervisor by
m on election day.
in this election, voters
a choice of touch-
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One arrested in bomb scare

A 14-year-old Baker High
student has been charged with a
second-degree felony offense for
allegedly telephoning; a bomb
threat directed at the school the
morning of October 25.
Investigator David Morgan
said the youth admitted making
the call from a classroom. Two
other male students, ages 15 and
16, were with him at the time but
backed out on participating. The
16-year-old dialed the number
and. handed him the phone, con-
fessed the suspect.
It took police and firemen, act-
ing in three teams, about a half-
hour to scour the interior of the
multi-building' campus in east
Glen St. Mary before sounding
the all-clear.
Meanwhile, the 1200 member
student body and staff remained
outside at a safe distance away

Tara Washington had a special
message for an angry crowd that
gathered in front of her South
Boulevard residence in Mac-
clenny to arrest her October 27
for striking a 12-year-old girl
with a stick.
She mooned them while curs-
ing loudly.
According to several witness-
es to an after-school fracas that
broke out on South 8th St. near-
by that afternoon, Ms. Washing-
ton, 34, pulled up in a vehicle
and asked another young female
who had struck her. The report
by Deputy Mark Hall does not
indicate if the second child was
related to Ms. Washington.
Witnesses, who later declined
to sign written statements but af-
firmed the sequence of events,
said Ms. Washinr,ton gave the

from the buildings.
Two, days after the incident,
Principal David Crawford sum-
moned police to talk to the old-
er youths who allegedly knew
something about the hoax. Both
implicated the younger student,
who has not returned to class
since Wednesday.
The youth, accompanied by
his grandmother, reported to
the sheriff's annex behind the
courthouse for an interview, and
admitted to making the threat.
His message was recorded on a
voicemail in one call, and an of-
fice receptionist took the second
She told police on Wednesday
the caller was a white male with
a voice inflection that suggested
he was a juvenile. He told her, "a
bomb will go off in the school in
ten minutes."'

second child a stick and pointed
to the 12-year-old, saying "Kill
that bitch!" The youngster re-
fused to brandish the stick, so
Ms. Washington did. Deputy
Hall said the 12-year-old sus-
tained a small bump on the head
during the attack. It did not re-
quire medical: attention.
Minutes later when several
officers prepared to transfer the
suspect to county jail, a crowd
had gathered near the suspect's
house, taunting her loudly.
, That's when she responded,
pulling down her pants and show-
ing her backside to the group. Ms.
Washington was quickly hustled
into the waiting patrol car.
She was booked for battery,
indecent exposure and disorderly
I i.

The recorded message, ac-
cording to Investigator Morgan,
said, "Yes, there's a bomb in the
The youth was turned o\ er to
juvenile justice authorities.

Ronald Mann
is re-appointed
Governor Jeb Bush has re-ap-
pointed Ronald L. Mann of Sand-
erson to the Baker County Devel-
opment Authority. His term will
run through October, 2010.
Mr. Mann, 49, is vice-presi-
dent of MMI Strand Company
and this will be his second term
on the development board.
Other board members are Dar-
rell Register, chairman, Gloriya
D'Ane, Joyce Davis, Polly Gore,
Danny Lamb and Steve Rhoden.

I invite all my friends and
past customers to visit me at
Jerry Hamm Chevrolet.

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schools, fire and rescue to name
In fact, Mr. Griffis, places
growth management at the top
of his priorities, followed by at-
tracting new industry and subse-
quent residences to help pay for
other growth costs.
"We can't wait until it's too
late. We have to plan now. for
the future," is the message Mr.
Griffis sa\s he has been using
during months of campaigning.
He feels past involvement in
civic affairs gives him the edge
over Mr. Crews, He has been a
Chamber of Commerce presi-
dent, and officer of the Jaycees
and Sertoma Club, both now
defunct, and a longtime Little
League baseball coach.
Mr. Griffis, started with the
former Northeast Florida Tele-
phone Comnpani as a repairman
in 1978, then became outside
plant manager, and later in charge
of marketing and public relations
before his present position.
Mr. Crews says he performs
a number of management level
functions at Country Federal, in-
cluding loan officer and facilities

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Community Involvement:
/ Dawkins Lodge #60 member
/ Elk's food drive and Christmas gifts for Kids
/ Fair Association volunteer
/ Banking & budgeting experience
$ Underground utilities, road maintenance
(building and maintenance)
$ Various business area related training

I support:
/ A new jail facility
/ Government accountability, property tax
/ Improving county roads, parks and recreation
/ Council on Aging
/ State of the art schools
/ Updated fire and rescue equipment

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pinion Comment

All six amendments merit consideration



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Other than the all-important
county commission race still to
be decided in this off-\ear elec-
tion cycle, Baker County voters
will be asked their preference
next week on a bevy of state-/
races including US senator, gov-
ernor, cabinet officers, a circuit
judge (also very important) and
'whether to retain-supreme court
and district appeals court judges.
Then there are. the amend-
If anyone remembers what
the\ read in this column. they'll
recall the writer's opinion that
changing or adding to the Florida
Constitution should be a difficult
process. That way, we don't get
asked to decide matters best left.
to legislators. matters like treat-

Best gift

is caring

about our


Oct. 30
Halloween and we're all suffer-,
ing from serious cases of sugar
The boxes continue to roll in
every day and are now stuffed
with candy and Halloween deco-
rations, so it's beginning to look
like a spooky holiday-a real
case of Iraqnaphobia punctuated
by explosions and gunfire.
The boxes do keep coming.
We get them from family mem-
bers, friends and from people,
we've never met before. Many
are odds and ends, candy, cook-
ies and toothpaste and tooth-
brushes-which come in real
handy, because of all the candy
and cookies.
People always ask what we.
need and offer to send everything
from enhanced body armor to
books to movies to well, candy,
cookies and toothpaste. I never
can come up with an answer for
We are not lacking for any-
thing, except there are guys who
have started asking for flower
and grass seeds. That baffles me,
a bit. Not having to mow grass
or mess with flowers are near
the top of things I like about this
In all, the support we get is
overwhelmingly positive and
lets us know people have not for-
gotten about us.
I try to let people know how
much we appreciate that sup-
port by writing this column each
week and I do little things like
send back pictures of stuffed
animals that elementary students
have given me with notes about
what we've been doing.
Even though I do want every-
one to know we appreciate their
support, there's another side to as
well- it's therapeutic for me to
do those things because it keeps
me in touch.
When I was deployed in 2003,
the JROTC at West Nassau High
gave me an American flag to take
with me. I brought it over, flew
it over our base and then sent it
back to them. This time I bought
a flag, flew it over our headquar-
ters here and sent it to the school.
After I mailed it, I found out the
school was having a Military
Appreciation Night at one of its
football games.
I thought that was pretty nifty,
but then I found out they had

invited my wife Cheryl to the

ment of pregnant pigs or whether
the state should institute, at pub-
lic expense, pre-kindergarten
schools. ,
One of the amendments on
next week's ballot addresses this
very point. Amendment ",Two
calls for a higher 60 percent ma-
jority for approval of any future
amendments. Florida already
has a 'two-thirds majority" rule
for any new provision resulting
in new taxes. Amendment Two
merits a yes vote.
Other amendments and some
-Amendment One establishes
a state budget committee to link
spending more closely to esti-
mated revenues and set up long-
range fiscal planning. Sounds
-great if it works; 'should have
been done legislati elv but also
\orih an affirmative vote:.
Amendment Three funnels
15 percent of annual revenues

from. the huge tobacco lawsuit
directly into advertising and oth-
er measures to educate people on
the dangers of smoking. It was
proposed by citizen" initiative
(rather than the, legislature) be-
cause the state has this odd habit
of diverting $57 million in annual
settlement funds into areas other
than \\here it was intended.
Worth voting for just to keep
sticky hands out of the till.'
Amendment Four doubles
the Homestead Exemption to
$50,000 for low-income seniors.
Why not? The loss of local prop-
erty tax revenues in Baker Coun-
ty will probably not be noticed,
though state" ide the loss is esti-
mated at $36 million.
Amendment Five ties dis-
counts on Homestead Exemption
to percentage of disabilitN for
veterans 65 or older. Their dis-
ability has to be combat-related
and they had to be Florida resi-

Sdents when they entered military
service: Again, \\ hy not?
The loss of local property tax
revenue here will be miniscule.
Amendment 6 deals with
eminent domain, the right of gov-
ernment to take your property for.
public use. Before the ridiculous
US Supreme Court ruling in a
Connecticut case last year, emi-
nent domain wasn't, a' topic that
got people hot under the collar.
No more. The high court said
essentially) it's okay to condemn
property if govenunent is mo-
tivated simply by greed: to get
more tax revenue from a higher
Amendment 6 requires gov-
ernment hold onto o\% nership of
condemned property for a de-
cade before it sells it to a private
entity, Yippee! Vote for it.
For my money, Amendment
T\wo is the most significant of
the six constitutional questions.

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game. She packed up my mom,
aunt, sister-in-law, nephew and
whoever else could fit in the car
and went to the game.
She flipped the coin before the
game. When I talked to her after-
\ards, she was mighty happy
and said, "You would have been
proud. They did a super job. And
I want to tell you that you are re-'
ally loved."

State and federal constitutions
are legal blueprints that should
be messed with only in the rarest
of circumstances.
Wacky judicial interpretation
of the living documents well,
there's not much we can do
about that except keep Republi-
cans in office and hope they ap-
point strict constructionists to the
Making it harder to add new
amendments (17 of the existing
ones would not have passed be-
cause they didn't get 60 percent
or higher approval) is just plain
good government.
We are not a pure democracy;
we. are a representative democ-
racy. If state legislators don't
have the guts to enact changes to
the way we're governed or on
the treatment of pregnant pigs or
whether we need a "bullet train"
- then the idea probably isn't
worth consideration.


showed rare

concern for her
Dear Editor:
I write, this letter because one
doesn't often see something like
this in our busy times.
I had a routine e\e exam last
summer and purchased new
glasses. I was treated very well
and was told that if I ever had
problems, call back.
I was hospitalized in Sep-
tember, and realized my glasses
were bent and could not be worn.'
I telephoned for help and within n
45 minutes this person came to
my hospital room and repaired
my glasses right there!
Thanks' so much to Willy at
Macclenny Optical for going out
of the way. We don't see enough
of your kind of caring anymore.
Betty Bonner

Why do leaves turn in the fall?



That made me reel pretty dang ...
good. It also gave me an answer Ever wonder why leaves turn
for everyone who asks what we colors in the fall and drop off
or eed everyone who asks what we trees? I enjoyed learning the
neJust be good to our families secret behind this event when I
Just be good to our families. was in elementary school, but
There's nothing more impor- it's never taken the mystery out
tant to every soldier over here of the experience.
than (to know their families are The turning of leaves is less
being taken care of in our ab- dramatic here in north Florida
sence. than in other southern climes,
We get so wrapped up in our but it's happening just the same.
everyday responsibilities that The ground under the popcorn
we're more or less oblivious to trees where I park my car in the
the things going on around us. morning has been covered in a
It's our families that have to red and yellow speckled carpet.
watch the news and hear of all The serrated leaves of the,
the: death and destruction. It's Virginia Creeper vines have
the sons and daughters who have sported varying shades of scarlet
to go to a special event without for some weeks now and every
their parent or the wife who has other day I rake up the offerings
to get the air conditioner fixed of leaves and red berries from
when it craps out. the dogwood tree in my front
It's the families who are the yard.
real heroes. They are the ones The trees are getting ready to
who make the sacrifices that al- go to sleep, my mother told me
low us to do what we do. as a child. This idea fascinated
me, because if trees needed to

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go to sleep, then that must mean
they were awake the rest of the
I always imagined they could
hear what I was thinking and as I
played in the woods, it wouldn't
have surprised me too much if
one of them had actually said
something to me.
Trees that shed their leaves.
in the fall are known to be
deciduous, a fancy term derived
from the Latin decidere which
means: to fall off.
O.K., but why do they fall off
in the first place?
Leaves are the tree's food-
making factories. They .use rain
and the summer's abundant
sunlight to chemically generate
food (photosynthesis) for the
tree which the tree then stores in
its cells. In winter, there is not
enough rain or sunlight to do
At the base of the leaf's stem
is a special line of.cells. When
the days begin to grow shorter,
the change in sunlight signals
the tree it's time to shut down
for the winter.
The special cells swell and
shut off the supply of water to
the leaf. As it begins to die, the
chlorophyll which gives leaves
their green color disappears.
When that happens, other
colors such as yellow and red
and orange that are always
present in the leaves but masked
by the chlorophyll can now
be seen. All the tree's leaves
eventually fall off and the tree
goes to "sleep."
I've seen maple trees with
leaves so brilliantly orange it
looked like the forest was on
fire. A huge hickory tree near
my parents' house glowed like
beaten gold in the afternoon
sun, nearly too bright to look at
without sunglasses.
I always loved the fall show

of color, even though it meant
raking up all those blastedpiles of
leaves. But piles of leaves meant
bonfires and bonfires meant hot
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people along with her famous
pumpkin pie. It became a
tradition during the harvest
festival in the small community
where she lives and now she
plans for it all year long. She
even has helpers who gather the
leaves for her famous collages.
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Attacks mother after boyfriend arrested

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Four Baker County EMC
technicians alternately srudN the
information on the video screen
and the IV that flows fluid into
their patient.
At a laptop computer close
by, certified instructor Karen
Crowe hits a key which starts a
patient reaction.
"OK folks."she says. "As the
.fluid flows through the IV you-.
suddenly notice swelling at the \
entrance site."
As she speaks the site of
needle entry on the patient's armn
does indeed begin to swell.
"Got it," responds a
paramedic and the group begins ,
counteractive procedures.
Afterwards MNs. Crowe leads
the group in a discussion on all
possibilities that swelling might
indicate and what treatment
would be chosen to deal with
The patient is not a real person.
but' one of several specially-
designed compurer-driven
mannequins made available,
to Baker County emergency
medical personnel during
- training sessions conducted in
the EMLRC Mobile Simulation
Lab. .
Based in Orlando, the mobile -
lab, the only one of its kind, is
managed by the Emergency
Medicine Learning & Resource,
Center. EMLRC is a non-profit
education and research facility\
founded in 1990. It made a stop
in Macclenny October 23-as it
criss-crossed North Florida.


Section 197.122 Florida Statutes Provides:

"All owners of property shall be held to know that taxes are due and payable thereon annually and
are hereby charged with the duty of ascertaining the amount of current and delinquent taxes and pay-
ing them before the first day of April following the year in which they. are assessed."

Under Chapter 197.322 notice is hereby given that the 2006 Certified Baker County Tax Rolls have
been delivered by the Property Appraiser to the Tax Collector and are open for collection November
1,.2006. These rolls cover Ad Valorem tax rolls for Real Estate, Tangible Personal Properties, Rail-
road Properties and Non-Advalorem Assessment Rolls.

Districts and Cities included are:

General Revenue (County),
Fine and Forfeit (County)
Health Department (County)
General School
School Capital Outlay
School Discretionary

City of Macclenny
Hospital General Revenue
St. Johns District
Suwannee River District
Fire Protection
Solid Waste Disposal

Discounts as provided by Law are:
4 percent discount will be allowed for November; 3 percent for December; 2 percent for-January; 1 percent
for February. The taxes paid in March shall be without discount. Penalties are effective April 1.

The Tax Collector's office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, with the exception of
the last working day of each month the hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. We are located at 32 North 5th
Street, Macclenny, Florida; telephone 904-653-4518 or 904-653-4519.

Statements have been mailed to all property owners November 1, 2006 at last known address. If you have
acquired property since January 1, 2006 and do not receive a tax bill, please inquire at the Tax Collector's
office for your tax statement.
Gene Harvey, Tax Collector, Baker County

The mobile lab provides
realistic emergency medical
situations that help paramedics;
EMTs, firefighters, nurses and
physicians throughout Florida
keep abreast of changing
emergency medical technolog-
and keep their state required
certifications current. The unit
can even simulate a situation
involving patients exposed to
terrorism or biological %warfare..
"It's advantageous." Ms.

Crowe said, "Some emergency,
situations occur only rarely .
The mobile lab recreates trauma
situations the paramedics ma\
not experience very often. This
helps keep their skills sharp for
such an event."
According to Ms. Crowe,,
the mannequins exhibit
characteristics and symptoms
similar to real people.. They:
breathe, have heartbeats and
pulses, lung sounds and pupils
that dilate. Thebaby mannequins
crv and an adult version can even
respond when asked questions
about sy mptoms. '
During training exercises, if
paramedics aren't performing
a procedure correctly, the

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airways swell shut, heartbeats
fade or arrest completel. pupils
dilate. etc.
The computer screens monitor
all activity for feedback on all
the procedures. The sessions are
videotaped for later studN.
The 45-foot mobile lab has
t\\o main rooms divided b\ a
central control center. One room
simulates a hospital energency
room complete w ith crash carts
and the other, the interior of an
The sessions help emergency
medical personnel easily
maintain the 34 hours of
continuing education the\ are
required to complete every
two \ears to keep certification
Eight members of Baker
County's rescue service,
paramedics and EMTs, took the
training last w eek.
"School can now come right
to the site here they work,"
said his. Crowe. "It saves the,
expensee of travel and cuts down
on the number of employees
absent due to training in another
location. It's a big advantage."



A female prison guard living
with her parents in Olustee is
charged with domestic battery
after an attack on her mother the
morning of October 30 moments
after a deputy-sheriff arrested her
Amanda Odom, 26, alleg-
edly argued with and pushed her
mother into a table shortly after
7:00 at her parents' address on
Elijah Dobson Road. Dianne
Odom, 53, sustained a small cut
on the rear of her head and. the
suspect's father Earl, 57, had to
restrain his daughter \\ ith a head-
Deputy Greg Bumsed wsas
called to the residence b\ the
parents after they awakened and
found their daughter's boyfriend.
27-year-old Rusty Canaday of
Glen St. Mary in their daugh-
ter's bedroom. She had recently
moved back in, and the parents
, ere not allowing the boyfriend
on the premises.
DeputN Burnsed said the
younger lMs. Odom cursed at
him and for a brief time blocked
his entry into the bedroom. He
was there to arrest Mr. Canaday
on warrants from both Baker and
Columbia counties, and issue a
trespass order.
The officer had placed Mr.
Canada\ in his patrol car %% hen he
heard commotion from inside the
residence. He re-entered through
a rear door and found Mr. Odom
restraining his daughter.
Deputy Burnsed said Mr.
Canada\ as wanted for failure
to appear in court for sentencing

on a drug misdemeanor and for
driving with a license that had
been suspended.
In another case also involving
battery on a parent, a criminal
complaint was issued October 26
charging Steven Joseph Smith,
27, of NMacclenn\ w ith domestic
violence against his mother. 47-
year-old Brenda Smith.
The mother told Sgt. Adam'
Faircloth at midnight her son
had been drinking the previous
evening and became violent dur-
ing an argument. Mr. Smith fled
through a rear door when his

mother summoned police.
Sgt. Faircloth noted bruises
and small scratches on the moth-
er's right arm.
Ryan Jordan, 18, was arrested
the afternoon of October 27 for
assault on his step-mother, 47-
year-old Esther Jordan at her
residence off West Ohio in Mac-
NlMs. Jordan said he became
angry, cursing and threatening
to kill her, after refusing to clean
,his room. The confrontation be-
gan lienn the step-mother began
cleaning the room herself.

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The more they change, the mote they stay the same (except
for the mounted entrant on the cell phone aboi c Hundreds
turned out to watch the.traditional parade through downtown
Macclenny the afternoon of October 26. and later that neitlt
to watch the crowning of the court. Chosen Baker High queen
(far left) was Wendy Nguyen (center)J flanked by 2nd runncr-
up Gentri Billotte (left) and. April Atulerson. The weekend was
spoiled a bit by the Wildcat loss to Bishop Kenney. which kept
its playoff hopes ahlie with a 34-22 win over the Cats I see
page 12).
Photos by Jeisica Prevan and Kle/tLanngan

Benefit Nov. 4th
A number of fund-raising
events will be held on Saturday.
November 4 at the Macclenny
Moose Lodge on West Lox\der
to benefit 6-year-old Ethan Ar-
nold of Glen
St Marne.
who recently
u n de r went
surgery to
remove a
second brain
lun mor.
a The ben-
efit includes
a yard sale.
bake sale,
pork and rice
dinners on sale and musical en-
tertainment by Jimmy Barton
and Josie Davis. The event is
from 9:00 am-3:00 prm.
To arrange for donations to the
yard sale. or baked goods, call
Annette Barton at 259-3932 or
Josie Davis at 259-5291. If you
prefer to make a monetary dona-
tion, please do so through Mer-
cantile Bank in Ethan Arnold's

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday November 2, 2006 Page 6

Threatens house guest

with rifle early Saturday

An argument between a Glen
St. Mary man and a house guest.
resulted in the arrest of the former
early on October 28 for threaten-
ing the latter with a rifle.
Brandon Hall, 24, was booked
for aggravated assault with the
rifle and possession of marijuana
after police found a large bag of
it on the floor of his Chevrolet
Impala parked at Mr. Hall's resi-
dence off Orbey Rhoden Road.
Earlier, Deputy Cpl. Michael
Lagle said he was responding
to a report of the incident just
before 4:00 am when he found
Timothy Harrison, 21, of Jack-
sonville walking along CR 127.
Mr. Harrison said Mr. Hall
threatened him with the rifle,
then chased him from the prop-
erty in the Impala. The two ar-
gued after Mr. Hall accused his
guest of stealing money, said Mr.
Mr. Hall told a different story
when police questioned him. in-
sisting the argument was over
tools missing from a shed and de-
nN ing the threat %\ith a firearm.
A 16-year-old male who wit-
nessed the confrontation backed
up Mr. Harrison's version, and
police said the engine area of the
Chevrolet was warm, though Mr.
Hall said he had merely driven it
behind the residence to put air in
a tire.
In other arrests for crimes on
persons, Jessica Frazier. 23, was
charged with battery on Amy,
Stavley, 34, at a residence off
West Railroad in Macclenny the
afternoon of October 25.
The incident was witnessedby
Deputy Sgt. Michael Crev. s, \\ho
\'as called to to scene about 1:00
after Ms. Frazier refused to leave
a residence undergoing renova-
tion. She and a boyfriend who
had worked on the project had
been living there for some time,
said Sgt. Crews, and refused to
vacate, despite several requests
over an eight-week period.
Ms. Stavley was there repre-
senting the property owner, and
was struck on the head as she
-walked past Ms. Frazier, who
became angry and had to be re-
Jessica Egido, 22, of Jack-
sonville faces a similar charge
for allegedly biting and scratch-
ing Travis Johnson, 18, of St.
George, Ga. in the early morning
hours of October 27-..
'Ms. Egido and companion
Joseph Crews, 20, also of St.
George, were sitting in the park-
ing lot of Mercantile Bank in
Glen St. Mary about 12:30 am
when questioned by Deputy Wil-
liam Hilliard.
The officer was responding to
complaints that Ms. Egido was
banging on doors of a private
residence in the neighborhood.
According to the deputy, she ap-
peared disoriented and denied
ever being in Glen.
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named in a criminal complaint
October 27 alleging battery for,
attacks on two doctors at North-
east Florida State Hospital on
October 12.
She is accused of striking Dr.
Paul Duda, 63, with a garbage
can that morning, then striking
Dr. Ruth Parnas, 67, in the lower

Suspects are named in two cases ofvandalism
Vehicles sustained damage in Criminal complaints will be path of a large truck.
two incidents of criminal mis- filed againstboth suspects. The incident occurred th
chief reported to the sheriff's de- Similar action will be taken ternoon of October 29 near
apartment the past week. against a 17-year-old girl who lor. Damage to the vehicles
. Sharonda Ellis said she and allegedly threw a perfume bottle not noted in either case.
her young son witnessed Martius at a vehicle driven by a 16-year- In a case of petty theft, a
Holland, 24, and Ashton Amer- old girl. Both are from the Mac- tive denied know ledge of a
son, 20, enter her property off clenny area. glary at the home of Rita]
Sycamore St. in Macclenny on The complainant said the ning off Orbey Rhoden RoE
October 27 about 7:00 pm and older girl was tailgating her just October 23.
toss a brick through the driver before the incident, and nearly Another relative reported
side window and a rear window caused her to swerve' across the morning locks were broken
of her 1984 Chevrolet. center lane of CR 125 into the bedroom door, a closet doo:

back. ,

Four charged withhaving cocaine, pot
Four persons found in and out- smoking devices in his bedroom gency room of Fraser Hospital.
side parked van by the Macclen- at a residence off Blair Circle in Another occupant said the teen
ny Park at 3:00 am on October Macclenny. suspect had been living there.
26 ended up in jail charged with The youth, who attempted to Tosha Gabhart, 22, said she
felony possession of narcotics. flee the address through a rear had been staying at the Blair
Deputy Sgt. Adam Faircloth door, was taken into custody St.' residence when she got the
said he was on routine patrol about 1:00 am on October 29 bums on her stomach and chest
when he spotted the 1997 Honda whenn several officers went there area. She told police she didn't
van near locked gate,. to serve a warrant. remember how they got there,
Wendy Gallahue, 30, of Mac- The arrest order had been and later speculated her memo-
clenny said cocaine residue obtained the previous day when ry might have been affected by
found on three cash bills, plus Deputy Mark Hall said the drugs sleeping pills.
a pair of plastic baggies with and pipes were found during a When the youth was arrested
marijuana %were hers. The others search of the residence while in- the follow ing morning he had
were charged with possessing vestigating the mysterious burn more prescription medication in
two $1 bills and a $20 bill with marks on a woman who had his possession, and told officers
the residue and ha'king a partially sought treatment at the emer- he stole the pills.
smoked marijuana cigarette, a
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Relay for Life 7

meeting held
The Relay for Life Kick
Off was held at the \Woman's
Club Club House on October 26t
Plans were made to start work
on the event for 2007. It % ill be
held at the Baker County Faqi
Grounds on Saturday, March 31
from 7 am til midnight. D
There are 14 teams already
registered for this event. Jo-
Ann Huk and Cheryl Lunm
are the chairpersons for Teani
Recruitment. If you have a tearr
that wants to join or %ant to be
on a team, we have a place fot
you. Call Jo-Ann at 904-318-
0452 or Cheryl at 259-3666. ,
We are looking forward to
making this year's Carnmial o'
Life the best yet. Please let ug,
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November 1 in the former

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Office Hours:

Monday Friday

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History club goes 'ghoulish' at haunted jail....
Upwards of 300 brave souls entered at their own risk at the old Mclver St. county jail for two nights last weekend at the annual
Haunted Jail event sponsored by the Baker High history club and the Old Jail Restoration group. A group of students who volun-
teered at the jail posed for a ghoulish photo Saturday night. They are (from left) Nikki King, Trey West, Megan Crawford, Sedaira
Johnson and Tia Case. Club sponsor Mark Hartley said about $1200 was raised this year, and the organizations split it evenly.

Man claims he was shot at twice

The sheriff's department is
looking for a Macclenny man
;who allegedly fired two pistol
shots at the current boyfriend of
his ex-girlfriend the evening of
'October 28.
Vincent Thomas, 37, of Jack-
sonville told police he was riding
a bicycle on South Boulevard
in Macclenny about 10:00 pm
when Hidies Akins, 45, pulled up
beside him in a Ford Bronco and
fired a single shot from a pistol.
Mr. Thomas said he jumped
off the bike and started pushing
it as his assailant then attempted
to run him over.
The victim told Deputy Wayne
Limbaugh he hid behind a tele-
phone pole near 9th St. for pro-
tection. then picked up the bike
that had been damaged by the
Bronco and again began pushing
it tomard the residence of girl-
friend Dinmitri Jefferson on West
Mr. Akins once again pulled
iilongside him, according to Mr.
Thomas. and the two exchanged
,~ words before a second shot was
fired and the Bronco drove off.
'Mr. Thomas was not injured.
The previous afternoon and
e\ enmng. ls. Jefferson, 29, sum-
.'moned police after Mr. *Akins
'.allegedly i isolated a domestic vi-
olence restraining order by tele-
;'honing her and making threats
,:?n person at hler residence.
The ex-girlfriend said Mr.
,-Akins also slightly damaged her
'.car with a vehicle .
The sheriff's department was

called to two other incidents
involving violence against girl-
friends over the weekend, in-
cluding one where a deputy had
to threaten the alleged assailant
w ith a Taser gun.
Deputy Mark Hardin said
Johnnie Smith, 24, of Sanderson
cursed him and approached in a
threatening manner when the of-
ficer ordered'him to stop the af-
ternoon of October 27.
Mr. Smith was walking on
Grissholm St. in southwest Mac-
clenny shortly afterpolice learned
about 6:40 he was the suspect in
an attack on girlfriend Maketta
Lee, 23, at her residence. The of-
ficer said.Mr. Smith balled up his
fists and cursed him acts that
prompted the Taser threat.
Ms. Lee, who said her boy-
friend had been living with her
about a month, sustained a mouth
laceration. Deputy Hardin said
Mr. Smith continued to curse
and threaten him and Cpl. Mike
Lagle during transport to country
jail, where he was booked for,
battery and resisting arrest.
A criminal complaint was is-
sued October 28 charging Ricky
Tisdale, 24, of Macclenny with
battery of girlfriend Sabrina
Ruise, 22, of Glen St. Mary
that evening as she was leaving
According to Ms. Ruise, the
boyfriend punched her in the
face repeatedly after accusing
her of seeing another man, then
kicked her in the back and stom-
ach after she fell to the ground.

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report Ms. Ruise's face bore the
signs of the beating, including
"severe swelling" when she filed
the complaint at county jail.

Cancer group
The monthly meeting of the
Baker County cancer support
group will be held this Thursday,
November 1 at 7:00 pm. It is held
in the meeting room at the Baker
County Health Department.
The group is for cancer sur-
vivors and their caregivers. For
more information, telephone Mag
McGauley at 259-3476.

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New members
are welcomed
The GFWC Woman's Club of
Macclenny October meeting was
centered around membership.
We had 6 new members join on
that day Kacie Kennedy, Mary
Baxia, Joy Phillips, Harriet
Shutters and Eva Jean King. The
new members were asked to tell
something about themselves and
\\hv the\ chose to join the club.

School Activities
District wide: School board meeting 6:30
pm. BCHS: Band parent meeting 7:00 pm.
BCHS: Hi-Q at Hilliard. Project.R.E.A.C.H.
at Westside. Girls' basektball pre-season
tip off at Union.
MES: School Advisory Council meeting
8:00 am.
District wide: Progress reports.

Cauden Ciia,
Born October 5
Ashleigh, Frankie, Cameron
and Chayse Crain are proud to
announce the birnh of their baby
brother Caeden Sean Crainm on
October 5, 2006 at Memorial
Medical Center in Jacksonville.
He weighed 8 lbs. 7 oz. and was
20 inches long.
Proud parents are Frank
and Danielle Craih of Glen St.
Mary. Grandparents are Jerry
and Martha Morgan of Glen St.,
NMarn, and Donald and Louise
Crain of Nlacclenn. .

We publish
& pictures

,l/; -irSl ad ,ll S l, h.-h -
Timothy Sanchaz and Fred
and Paula Archer of Orlando.
along with David and Patricia
Ward of Glen St. Mar\ are'
proud to announce the upcoming
marriage of Padra Sanchaz
of Orlando and Scott Ward of
Kissimmee. The. wedding will
be November 11 at 3:00 pm at
The Lakes Reception, Mount
Dora, Florida.
After a, honeynmoon trip to
Lake Tahoe. the couple, will
reside in Kissimmee.

Rotary scholar-athlete recognized
Joel Barber (left), pre i/deo of the Baker Counti Rotiar Club, presented its scholar-
athlete oif dte ,iou1h an ard on October 27 to Brittany Gray, a junior at Baker County
High School i ho ,mi,,taoins a 3.9,) grade point average. Ms. Gray, the daughter of
Oscar and S, ie Gra oj ..liac cle'n',i. also plays 'i, both tihe i 'iehiVbi and softball
teams. The Rr-tarians plan to,. recgnize similar srntdt ,acinIe'et 'is at bilth thei
high school and Baker County Middle School on a reilalr baids. .41,o in photo is

c lunch Iiw K

for the, week of
November 6-10
MONDAY: Breakfast pizza. ITult luice and nulk
T'UESDAI: Sausage biscuit. truth luice and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Cereal ith muiti.-rainr iast. rini juice and nulk
THURSDAY: Pancaker and 4.aiusage on a stick. fruit juice and milk.
:, '; *LUNCH .
C. Jlnrclhi plat, ,.h t i. ld ,U ,i h lIat i..-11 ,..r crackers, and dessert .
n ,, W, n r-: J IOR
NIONDAI: Mleican burntio ir chicken u ith rice casserole and a homeniade
She:it roll Choice ol 2 ide, steamed peas. hashbro n pamtr and fruii choice
TUESDAY: Grilled chicken on a bun or hahan lasagana ,th a hom-emade wheat
roll Choice of 2 side tossed salad. seasoned pole beans, chilled Irunl choice and an
oatmeal cookie
WEDNESDAY: Taco salad % Ith sal.a or beef nuggeit Choice of 2 'des- ledu.
and [omato. golden corn. chilled hunt choice and a homemade % heal roll
THURSDAY: Pork rib patr) on a bun or chef's choice ot entree Choice of 2
sides whipped potatoes, seasoned carrots. i killed fruit choice and a homemade de'-
sert choice.

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from 5:00 n m Q--O n m

XJL %JL.p.L k j F 0 ILL. p. .
Tuesday and Thursdays.
Please call for an appointment
259-3 50
Walk-ins Welcome

Gospe! Sing

Saturday, Nvember 4
Dinner 4:00pm
Music 5:00 pm
The Red" Barn at Willie Griffis residence
From Sanderson take 127 North 4 miles to Willie Griffis Road on
right, turn righirat white board fence', cross cattle gap, follow main
road I mile to red barn.
What to Bring
Lawn Chair and a dessert if you wish.

Pork and Rice Pilaf, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Fresh
Greens, String Beans and Rolls
Come and enjoy good food and Gospel singing


David P. Dealing
former Baker County Prosecutor

Jacksonville (904) 399-8989. Macclenny 259-1352
Toll Free (888) 211-9451
All initial consultations are absolutely free.
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Also appearing: Funnyman
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November 9 7:30 p.m.

Levy Performing Arts

Enjoy Dinner in the Lobo Cafe at 6 p.m.

Fried chicken or roast beef, mashed
potatoes and gravy, cut corn, French
green beans, French bread, salad bar,
chocolate cake, choice of any fountain
drink, tea or coffee. The cost is $8

Individual tickets on sale now and at the
PAC box office the day of the performance
For more information call

(386) 754.4340

including tax.
If you need assistance due to a disability call 754-4340
LCCC is an Equal Access/Equal Opportunity Institution

12664 Mudlake Rd.
Glen St. Mary

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

We sing happy song!

We pray a prayer of faith!

We preach the
word of God!

All in the name of the
Lord Jesus Christ!

You are welcome!
Pastor Jim Baggett



THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday November 2, 2006 Page 9


Cassandra Carter

dies October 28
Cassandra Leann Finley
Carter, 23, of Jacksonville
died October 28, 2006. She
was born in Jacksonville, lived
most of her life in Macclenny
and returned the last four years
to- Jacksonville. She was the
daughter' of William (Buck)
Finley and Sandra Hommonds.
She was a homemaker and a
Ms. Carter is survived by
her husband Jeremy Carter of
Jacksonville; daughters Jessilyn
Trinity Carter and Brooklyn
Legena Carter; mother Sandra
Hammonds of Macclenny;
father William (Buck) Finley of
I Jacksonville; sisterAngelaFinley
of Macclenny; brothers William
Jr. Finley, Travis Finley, Bobby
Joe Finley, Eugene Finley, Justin
Hammonds, all of Nlacclenny,
and Albert C. Finley of High
Springs; maternal grandmother
Lois Wright of Macclenny and
maternal grandfather Gene
i Hammonds of Kingsport,
The funeral service will be
;-held Wednesday, No\ ember
1 at 2:00 pm at the Christian
Fellow ship Church of lacclenny
with Rev. David Thomas
officiating. Interment will
follow in South Prong Cemetery
in Baker County.,(
Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler was in charge of

Service later for

Dan L. Clark r.
Dan Lewis Clark Jr., 42, of St.
George, Georgia died on October
23, 2006.
Mr. Clark was a native of Ft.
Riles. Kansas and had resided in
St. George for one year. Prior to
living in St. George he resided in
Mishawaka, Indiana. He served
in the US Army and loved to
work on cars and motorcycles.
Survivors include his wife
'Kristie Anne Clark of St.
George; mother Lynn Swanson'
of St. George; daughters Leah
Clark of Mishawaka and
Christina Kellermeier of Cedar
Lake, Indiana; step-daughters
Nicole, Melissa, and Jessica
Ducey, all of Mishawaka; step-
sons Timothy Stafford and
Kristopher Arseneau, both of
Elkhart, Indiana; brothers Ross
(Lorie) Swanson and William
(Amanda) Swanson of St.
George and Robert (Lori) Clark
of Portsmouth, Rhode Island;
grandchild Alexandria Ducey of
A funeral service for Mr.
Clark will be held at a later date.
Cremation arrangements are
under the direction of Guerry
Funeral Home, Macclenny.

573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am -11:00 am
Worship Services
V, A Q. IsCr .
S -.... F. i7:3 inpm
.... b; IMi sister
-.." : ,: *"* Sam F. Pitching

Mr. Dingman was

multi-service vet
Donald Allen Dingman,
Sr., 78, of Baxter, Florida died.
Saturday, October 28, 2006.
Mr. Dingman was a native of
Albany, New York. He moved
to Jacksonville in 1939 and then
to Baxter in 1981. He was the
son of the late Clarence Allen
and Annie Evans Dingman. He
was a veteran, of US -military
services, serving the Marines,
Navy, Air Force, and ArmN and
a member of the Plumbers and
Pipefitters Local Union #234 of
Jacksonville for 35 ears.
Mr. Dingman enjoyed
fishing, traveling, swimming,
and spending time with his
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren. He was
predeceased by grandson Brian
Mr. Dingman is survived
by his loving wife of 60 years,
Barbara Ann Joiner Dingman,
children Donna Ann Dingman,
Janet Cheryl (Fred) Raulerson.
and Donald Allen (Elizabeth)
Dingman. Jr.: brothers William
and Raymond Dingman: sisters
Marguerite Hendrickson and
Carol Cazalas; grandchildren
Jamie IBeckil Raulerson, Scott
(Nielissai Raulerson, David
McClendon. William McClendon.
and Jacqueline Dingman; step-
grandchildren Eric (Sherriel
Raulerson and Sondra (Tim)
Nobles; 5 great-grandchildren
and 10 great-step-grandchildren.
The funeral service for Mr.
Dingman'will be held on No-
vember 1, at 11:00 am in the
the chapel of Ferreira Funeral
Services in Macclenny with
Rev. Fred Raulerson officiat-
ing. Interment will follow at
Swift Creek Cemetery, Union
County, Florida. The family
suggests memorials be made to
the Pediatric Cancer Research
Center, 14005 A North Dale
Mabry Hwy. Tampa, FL 33618.

Ruby Davis, 70,

dies October 29
Ruby Lee Davis, 70, of Mac-
clenny died Sunday, October
29, 2006. She was the daughter
of the late Roy Lauramore and
Thelma Es-
telle Johns
more, and
the %%ido%\
of Vernon
Toni Davis. w:.
She % as 41
also prede- ,
ceased bN
dauh ter
Nand Cal- 5
lender. She
f as a home- an DaR.
maker, a member of New Hope
Church of Baker County and a
lifelong resident of Macclenny.
Ms. Davis is survived by
daughters JudN (Bud) Harvey
and Wanda Br\ant. both of Sand-
erson, Annette (Terry) Mash of
Macclenny and Tammy (Jim)
Collins of St. George, Georgia;
sons Randall (Becky) Davis Sr.
of Sanderson and Donald R.
(Tina) Davis Sr. of Jacksonville;
sisters Eloise (Dick) Davis, Ker-
rel (Albertd Cox and Katherine
Pride. all of Macclennr ubro others
Arthur Lee (Nlar\ i Lauramore
and Re. J.C. (Sand\ i Laura-
more, both of (acclenn a son-in-
la\" David Callender of Nlulber-
ry, Arkansas; 25 grandchildren
and 33 great-grandchildren.
The funeral service will be
held on Wednesda\. November
1st at 2:00 pm at her church % ith
Pastor J.C. Lauramore oftici-
ating, assisted b\ Rev. Bobb\
Griffin. Interment will follow \
in Turner Cemetery., Guerry
Funeral Home of Macclenny
was in charge of arrangements.

First Baptist Church
of Sanderson
CR 229 S., Sanderson FL
SundaN School .......10:00 am
Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am
Suii. Evening Worship .6 00 pm
Wed. Eve. Bible Study .,7:00 pm
AWANA Wed. Night.. 7:00 pmn
Pastor.Bob Chrismias ,
;.'w% ftirSibhapichi rchII'of4 iider..orC ClOm

Guerry Funeral Home

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are not concerned with selling expensive caskets and expensive burial
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420 E MN\ L.c-n: ) Ave, (U.S. 90 East)

2659 SW. Main Blvd. (U.S. 41 South)
Lake City
(386) 752-2414

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

Come and magnify the Lord and worship with us
Glen Friendship Tabernacle,
Clinton Ave. Glen St. Mary
WJXR Radio Service Sunday. ... 8:30
Morning Worship Service..... 10:30
Children's Church ....... ... 11:30

Evangelistic.... ...........6:
Bible Study (Wed.)............. 7:
Rev Albert Starling Home: 259-3982 Church: 259-6521


November 5

00 pm
30 pm


Ms. Wilkerson

rites November 1
Leola Smith Wilkerson, 89,
of Macclenny died Sunday,
October 29, 2006. She was born
in Baldwin and resided there
most of her life before moving
to Macclenny in 1994. She was
the daughter of the late Osie
Lee Smith and Viola Mathis
Smith, and the widow of Lewis
Wilkerson. She was predeceased
by children Roy Wilkerson, Ray
Wilkerson, Floyd Wilkerson
and Frances W. Crews. She was
a homemaker and attended the
First Assembly of God Church
in Baldwin.
Surviors include sons Franklin
(Linda) Wilkerson and Carl
(Michelle) Wilkerson, both of
Baldwin, and Harold (Deborah)
Wilkerson of Jacksonville; sister
Ethel Thomas of Gainesville;
daughter-in-law Elaine
Wilkerson, of Macclenny and
numerous grandchildren and
The funeral service, for
Ms. Wilkerson was held on
Wednesday, November I in the
chapel of Guerry Funeral Home
in Macclenny with Rev. Le\\is
Wilkerson, pastor of Life Point
Churchin Port Charlotte. Fla.

In loving memory
ofmy Papa
"Homer Farris"
NoVember 2005
One year ago today you-
left ine. Al. heart is broken,,
but I know that God is tak-
ing very good care of von.. I
love and miss ou very much.
In loving memory
of our Dad
"Homer Farris"
November 2,2005

One year ago today you left.
us. In hife n'e loved yout. dearly,.
in death wte will do the same.
It broke our hearts for you to'
leave, but you did not go alone,
for part of us went with yoif.
Your love is still/ our u1ide and
althouiigi ne cannot see you.
you ,ire"ar i-tys'ateour side. We
love and miss you verv much.

SFirst United'

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


N,'u' fktb./b' the Cen.,.mnit;v
Five Chlurclh.' Road
I I\v. 127 S.ndcrsio, FL
Sunday School 9:45 a.n.
Suiiday Morning Wunhip 1 1:00 .a.n.
Wed. Night Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Evervy*4'SundawNightSeie 7-00p nm.
\ 'idell If: Tliamsn -Pastor ,

Mt. Zion N.C.

Methodist Church
121 North t 259-4401bl
ML.icclerin, FL
Pastor Ti, Chesiire

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

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

Jesus: The Way, The Truth and The Life
Sunday School 10:00 AM. Sunday Evening Worship6:00 PM.
Sunday 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
Sunday Morning Worship
Sunday Evening Services

9:45 am
11:00 am
6:00 pm

Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm
Pastor J. C. Lauramore Welcomes All

il Fifth .B,. & 259-69311

T, r-r i. M, BIV 01 G tor:
1,7ri1' lenn 1 D i I H Paul HiIle,;,'

SSunday Schoul 9:30 dam nesd oBible S -1111 p
uini rn W h I: m \\edlesdad Bible SMId\ .:01l pml ^
Sunda Moirning \Wfir.ship 111:15 am 1 i, .
r T hursday louth 7:04 pm 0:
!, Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm Thursda p
,Niir, v pr,,ied Ih r all s,.r,-n
S Loring Church 'wilh a Growing vision of Excellenre"
S :. S i.: l Bl 3 nI1 S, h.I Readiness I;ui-r 4. 4

I i

First Baptist Church

".A H.c6 ,,, /, Sunday School 9:45 AM
B/,.r leq Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 AM
.. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 PM
Dr. Walter Bennett, Interim Sr. Pastor
Perry Hays, Associate Pastor


David Thomas



JSeventh St.& Ohio Ave.,. D laccleii nr
Seventh St. & Ohio Ave., MaLclenny

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

Youth Programs

Sunday School
Common Ground Sunday

'Tim Thomas

10:00 am
11:00 am



9:15 am

10:00 am
11:00 am

Common Ground Wed. (Teens) 7:00 pm

God Kids Sunday
God Kids Wednesday

11:00 am
7:00 pm


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

Jesus answered, "Verily, verily I
s.ay unto thee, e'cept a man be
born o0 water and ot the Spirit.
he cannot enter into the king-
dom of God John 3-5

Sunday Night
6:00 pm
Monday Thursday
7:30 pm

Evangelist Robert Mays

Everyone Invited!

Pastor Oral Lyons

Sanderson Congregational Holiness Church

HWY 127 N. Sanderson 259-2827


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday November 2, 2006 Page 10

Ms. Wilkerson
rites November 1
Leola Smith Wilkerson, 89,
of Macclenny died Sunday,
October 29, 2006. She was born
in Baldwin and resided there
most of her life before moving
to Macclenny in 1994. She was
the daughter of the late Osie
Lee Smith and Viola Mathis
Smith, and the widow of Lewis
Wilkerson. She was predeceased
by children Roy Wilkerson, Ray
Wilkerson, Floyd Wilkerson
and Frances W. Crews. She was
a homemaker and attended the
First Assembly of God Church
in Baldwin.
Surviois include sons Franklin
(Linda) Wilkerson and Carl
(Michelle) Wilkerson, both of
Baldwin, and Harold (Deborah)
Wilkerson of Jacksonville; sister
Ethel Thomas of Gainesville;
daughter-in-law Elaine
Wilkerson of Macclenny and
numerous grandchildren and
The funeral, service for
Ms. Wilkerson was held on'
Wednesday, November 1 in the
chapel of Guerry Funeral Home
in Macclenny with Rev. Lewis
Wilkerson, pastor of Life Point
Church in Port Charlotte, Fla.

J.C. Yonn, 87,
native ofBaxter
J. C. Yonn, 87, of Boca Raton,
Fla. died October 24, 2006. He
was born in Baxter on March 27,
1919. He served in World War II
and was honorably discharged
in 1946. Mr. Yonn was a 50-year
Master Mason and a member of
the Morocco Shrine Temple in
Jacksonville. He also enjoyed
golf at the Boca West Country
He is predeceased by his
loving wife of 51 years, Clevy
Yonn, and his eldest daughter
Jacquelyn Key.
'He is survived by brothers
C. H. and Henry Yonn; sister
Mary Lou Bowlin; daughter
Carmen Yonn; sons Hubert and
Richard Yonn; grandchildren
Robert. Mark, and Julie Key,.
Travis, and.W \endy Yonn, Rick-
and Sarah Yonn and eight great-
The funeral service was held
October 27 with interment at
Boca Raton Cemetery.
Carl Pellum Sr.
7/28/33 11/1/05
We little knew that morning that
God was going to call your name.
In life we
loved you B'
dearly, in ..
death we do ...
the same. ,
It broke
our hearts
to lose you.
you, did not
go I alone.
for part oJ
us went with
you, the day
God called
you home.
You left Mr Pellum
us peaceful
memories, your love is still our
guide, and though we cannot see
you, you are always at our side.
Our family chain is broken; and
nothing seems the same, but as
God calls us one by one, the chain
will link again.


Johnny Williams
funeral on Friday
Johnny 0. Williams, 68, of
Macclenny died on Tuesday,
October 31, 2006. He was born
in Macclenny on October 15,
1938 to the late Roland and
Estelle (Stokes) Williams. Mr.
Williams lived in Baker county
all of his life. He enjoyed
spending time with his family
and was predeceased by his son
Scott Norman.
Mr. Williams is survived by
children Pamila (James) Reed,
Johnnie Jo (J.J.) Williams and
Joseph R. Williams, 'all of
Milton, Pa.; Dana Williams and
Matthew (Trisha) Williams, both
of New Columbia, Pa.; brothers
Ralph Self (Beverly), and Jessie
J. Williams, both of Macclenny,
and George R. Williams (Cathy)
of Glen St. Mary; sisters Shirley
Paige (Danny) and Velma
Gatlin, both of Macclenny; 14
grandchildren and several nieces
and nephews.
The funeral service for
Mr. Williams will be held on
Friday, November 3 at 2:00
p.m. in the chapel of Ferreira
Funeral Services of Macclenny
with Pastor Tommy Anderson
officiating. The family will
receive friends on November
2 from 6:00-8:00 pm in the

Nancy Mann,
grocery owner
Nancy Lou Mason Mann,
58, of Glen St. Mary died on
October. 30,. 2006. Mrs. Mann
-was born on August 22, 1948
in Jacksonville and has been a
resident of Baker County the
past 21 years.
She was the owner and
operator of Mann's Grocery in
Jacksonville and also Mann's
Fish and Food ini Glen St. Mary.;
She enjoyed taking care of her
children and grandchildren.
She was predeceased by her
father, Clifford Anderson Mason.
She is survived by her
husband of 38 years, John
Paul Mann Sr.; mother Evelyn
Couey Mann: children Sheila
(Robi Handres., John Paul
"Punkin" Nlann Ji., (Christy)
and Funston Clifford "Scooter"
Mann; brothers, Clifford
Anderson Mason Jr., Lawrence
Stains, Wade (Sylvia) Mason,
Shelton Mason and Sherman
Mason; sisters Gloria (Johnnie)
Williams, Rosemary Roland and
Joy Tatum; 10 grandchildren and
numerous nieces and nephews.
The funeral service will be
Thursday, November 2 at 1:00
pm in the chapel of Ferreira
Funeral Services of Macclenny
with pastors Leslie and David
Thomas officiating. Interment
will follow in South Prong
Cemetery. The family will
receive friends for visitation
Wednesday, November 1 from
6-8 pm in the chapel.
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Where Everyone is Somebody and
Jesus is the Leader
Pastor Rev. ErnIe Terrell


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

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday November 2, 2006 Page 11

Thank you
The loving family of Ray
Lewis would like to send a sin-
cere thanks to the entire com-
munity of Baker County. How
blessed was Ray to live in a
town that he loved, and a town
that loved him back? All of
us appreciate the continuous
prayers, heart-felt cards filled
with kind words, abundance of
delicious food, endless laughter
while reliving fond memories,
sincere hugs of encouragement,
and thoughtful personal visits
we have received in the past few
weeks. We continue to celebrate
the life of Ray Lewis and it is an
honor to call Baker County our
home. Thank you for everything.


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Jordan Daniel Booth
October 6, 2005 -
November 6, 2005
How very sofilv
you tiptoed into our world.
Almost silently,
only a moment you stayed.
But what an imprint
your footsteps have left
upon our hearts.
vForever in Our Hearts"


Sing & fish fry

New River New Cong-
regational Methodist Church in
Lake Budler will have a gospel
sing and fish fry Saturday.
November 4. Holy Ground and
Southern Joy will be the featured
groups. Everyone is invited to
enjoy the great southern gospel
singing and good food. Dinner
w ill be served at 5:00 pm and
the singing starts at 7:00 pm.
For more information call (386)
431-1536 or (904i 964-3583.

Benefityard sale

There will be a benefit yard
sale for the family of Shane
Martin to help cover funeral
expenses on November 3. 4
from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm. The
address is 13972 N. CR 23-A.
Sponsored by UCI medical
For donations or information
call (386) 431-2488.

Press Advertising

Monday 5;:00,PM

Help Wanted:

Dental Assistant

5 Yr. Experience


Fax Resume to:


Don't have
experience yet?
See the ad for '
Jacksonville Dental
Assistant School
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

Dental Assistant"

Arrgghh...festival time atPre-K!
Zade Weeks. decided to take to the high seas as a pirate when he
attended the second annual fall festival at the Baker County Pre-K
and Kindergarten school in Ahacclcenn on October 21. Over 1000
children and adults attended, said teacher Bonnie Jones, one of the
organizers. Teachers set up game booths with literacy themes, and
the event also included gamnes. a costume contest and pefiormanc e
by the school's Kinder-Chornus. PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAD WEEKS

0i The

Hair factory 0

Total Family Hair Care

Dow open inside midtown Center
28 West macclenny fluenue 1t7

Come see us and receive through Nouember

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For Appointments call 259-7780
Walk-ins always welcome!



Monday & Thursday
80p0 pi
Maccenny Church of Christ
5th andMinnesota

275-3617 or 259-8257



P.O. BOX 1120, US 90 WEST
GLEN ST. MARY. FL. 32040-1120
Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (904) 259-6146
The filow.ong vehicle will be sold at pub.
lic auction November 17. 2006 ai 10 00 am.
al Higginooliarra s Towing & Recovery US 90
/Ves Glen Si Mary, FL 320-40
1992 Ford Ranger
VIN e1FTCR14A9NTA90282
1995 Chevy Pick-up
VIN #1GCEC14ZXZ186589



CASE NO 02-2006-C'A-015
R H Davs and R M D0ayA ,
Arvil C. Criev:; deierjzei
Patiri.c a IJia Cri- ; hir, dile
Arvel iai- Crriw[i Deinni
BEroul ani Sandra Crew.c
a' ncry aorl In De,:eadenm Sile
i Flouridi 0epanrmenti ul
Reenuye i j31
TO An, a3nd jll unrinoin granriec :redluie'
jnd aill clrer panires ciiain ci b ihounri. under n
aJair,.l ine ev imle
Mrlngi]ie Frec,:i,:ure i:,omplaini rla been Iliea
q)iinsi you and you a r required to serve a c py
01 your critlh n deilene. i ar.,. I, it on Fran- E
Maloniiy Jr PA Anrornev. cwhse address i:1 A41
EjcI Maj::ienrny Avenue Mai:(lean Fhrnda 32063.
09041259-31i5 winrn irnrty 1301 days jnytr in.
Iira l pubic.aion Oi the rnonce ajnd on or belore
ine 6in day ir NJuvember 2006 dnl i0u lili in.
original wcn he Cierk 01 ini.n Coun ieinher beinre
siervi onr, Frnin E Mal.iney Jr PA ani.rney ,o
immediately ihereaner ciherwire a delaiull cwil be
eilered a.j i yi lIo r he relieve demanded I
Ihe Complaintl cr Petition
Witness my hand and r eal .:.1 In Courl on In-
)rd day il Odclbter 2006
B'r iJa,)nt Cr-c:

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
TO: The unknown heirs of Pency Rhoden and
the unknown heirs 0i Mj.ie 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 E1/2 of the S'/ of the SEA of
SWA Section 8, Township 2 South, Range 22 East,
Baker County, Florida ,rnd being mn.re pjrlicularil'
described as follow. B.0iri 31i ir iremiaep-cion F1i
the West right of line i:. Slate Rojd Nj:, 1_'1 i
100 foot right of wjv a.s r, nowi eaiinripl and
the Souln inm :i :.aid Section 8; run thence North
along *.,ji rinri oi wa.line a distance of.362.00
feet to a pini run inenc.e Wsi parallel with said
South me a ,iraince i ;62.0 it- I l i point; run
thence. South parallel with said Road riqni h I oai
a im.,ir a:, ,-a 362 00 feet l i ii:i Sutrn ini of said
Se.lion 8 run Iher,:e Ei'i ajl:n, zaid Sourn line a
dr1.ljin:e O- 62 001 lIr mori e or lee ito irir Point
no Beginning conlaininng 3 it rei. more :r les..
'u are required I, serv-r a copy of vOur writ.
Irn ere-r:e.. it ,n.; toI Ir iac on on i\ne ilicon.i
erP' An.:.rnerv wnh...e neTije jd addde5; is Hugh 0
Fih PCi B-'. 31 l. Mi'lfenrn, FriatdR 32063. 0n
or ,riore rJovembter 11 1',0u6 and ile lhe original
with the Clerk of Coun e rrt r b-iore ..enrve on
r. Ir pelaioner ;anorni;, or inimeui]el, ihereiner
,:Othervwie a Final Juagmenicl er:e(lr.':ure will be
rniere-, hir ihe rdil'i dimn uridel i-in in peiliur,
Wiinei. mv hry n and i. if tI ih.,. Court on this
1')I n ljav oi Or: ion r 20 06
'. Jamniewr
[JOiCE IS MEREB,' itivEl'1 ihal inp Board cl
C ,)urry C nini-.,i.ne: :.r 1Li C'e(C .unry F:iri]3
uwl rAidu: I i putDln: riear.g nj rid ajiuplhnr 01
itri propju.ed i rln-ij ii -e nriu e lutle nerierin anr
appear Ia D near,1 Trur.lrjia, uo,.emter 2.
201)6 ,:,TT|-|,r|,, ,j i li pim ai iJ,:.nri Trnrd
Sireeil ri a::l nn, FI,or,1) AI a[Jp el in- prpo;.ed
Ordinin:er ma/ b- ri.pteid trv any membprrr ,:i ine
pubii: t Ir.p or.l:e ui lhe Cier. ,ui Circuit Court in irme
Bjler :urf. Co)unr,,u.j- ,n Marclenri. F,,rIja On
ine dale ai,,y,.. rn n .:.ricntd ill ,rin-r.ilel t rdei-., nuia
appear and be rneard wmir, iepeci .: lthi: prpo)edl
An ordinance of the Board of County
Commissioners of Baker County, Florida, to
adopt, establish and regulate standards for the
construction and maintenance for water utility
facilities and ancillary systems in .Baker County;
the enforcement of such standards, penalties,
the repeal of ordinances inconsistent with this
article; provide directions to the codifier; and
providing an immediate effective date.

The Department of Environmental Protection
gives notice of its intent to issue a permit (File No.
0169603-013) to Kenneth R Klein, Plant Manager,
E. I. du Pon- de ripm:,ur: a r a Orrioanv. Inc., Post
Office Box .5. 'srie Fija 3'001, to al)ow-
the i datldn i a c-iew urnia walker management
system-to provide for the continuation of on going
heavy minerals mining activities at the Maxville
Mine. The application includes the addition of areas
(North Maxville Expansion) to the existing mining
The North Maxville Expansion Area is a3,082.76-
acre property. A surface water management system
for approximately 2,189.28 acres of dredge mining
and satellite mining areas will be contained within
the overall property boundaries. pro'ijci area
is separated into northern and southern sites.-
The northern 97 70.a0re site will be satellite
mined and the southern 1,210.58-acre site will
be dredge mined. The project will dredge or fill a
total of 209:93 acres of wetlands and other surface
.waters for both sites. The northern satellite mining
will impact eight wetland and other surface water
areas resulting in 13.72 acres being filled and 97.20
acres being excavated. The southern dredge mining
site will impact 13 wetland and other surface water
areas resulting in 21.60 acres being filled 76.35
acres being excavated. Additionally two ditches on
the northern site will be excavated totaling 0.65 of
an acre and two ditches on the southern site will be
filled and excavated for a total of 0.41 of an acre.
Wetland mitigation at 18 locations will create or
restore 169.27 acres of coniferous forest wetlands,,
56.81 acres of mixed forest wetlands and 21.38
acres of herbaceous wetlands.
Impervious areas totaling 0.5 of an acre will be,
created in uplands for the mobile concentrator. The
system will be capable of containing 1,150 acre-feet
of water at any one time.
Reclamation will occur concurrentlywith mining
such that only about 180 acres will be within the
system thereby limiting the volume from a 25-year;
24-hour rainfall event that has to:eb contained an'd
treated before release. The footprint of the system
will be made up of.a 1) pre-mining, 2) the active
mining and 3) the reclamation and humate storage
pond areas. The surface water management system
for the North Maxville Expansion is not dependent
on the system for the rest of the mine to provide the
required storage capacity.
A portion County Road 228 is proposed for
relocation. An application for the surface water
management system for the road relocation
will be submitted to the St Johns River Water.
Management District (SJRWMD). The permit for
the North Maxville Expansion does not modify
the requirements Permit Nos. 0169603-010 and
0169603-011 which remain as separate active
permits. The completion of construction, including
reclamation will be in the year 2026.
This project is located south of Interstate 10,
west of US 301 and County Road 228 bisects the
property. It is west of the town of Maxville and
.southeast of MacClenny and located in Sections 35
and 36, Township 2 South, Range 22 East; Sections
1, 2, 11, 13, 14, 23, 24, 25 and 26, Township 3
South, Range 22 East; in Baker County.
Under this intent to issue, the permit is hereby
granted subject to the applicant's compliance with
any requirement in this intent to publish notice of
this intent in a newspaper of general circulation and
to provide proof of such publication in accordance
with section 50.051 of the Florida Statutes.. This
action is final and effective on the date filed with the
Clerk of the Department unless a sufficient petition
for an administrative hearing is timely filed under
sections 120.569 and 120.57 of the Florida Statutes
as provided below. If a sufficient petition for an
administrative hearing is timely filed, this intent to
issue automatically becomes only proposed agency
action on the application, subject to the result of the
administrative review process. Therefore, on the
filing of a timely and sufficient petition, this action
will not be final and effective until further order
of the Department. When proof of publication is
provided, if required by this intent, and if a sufficient
petition is not timely filed, the permit will be issued
as a ministerial action. Because an administrative
hearing may result in the reversal or substantial
modification of this action, the applicant is advised
not to commence construction or other activities
until the deadlines noted below, for filing a petition
for an administrative hearing or request for an
extension of time, have expired and until the permit
has been executed and delivered. Mediation is not
A person whose substantial interests are
affected by the Department's action may petition
for an administrative proceeding (hearing) under
sections 120.569 and 120.57 of the Florida Statutes.
The petition must contain the information set forth
below and must be filed (received by the clerk) in
the Office of General Counsel of the Department at

3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Station 35,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000.
Under rule 62-110.106(4) of the Florida
Administrative Code, a person whose substantial
interests are affected bythe Department's action may
also request an extension of time to file a petition
for an administrative hearing. The Department may,
for good cause shown, grant the request for an
extension of time. Requests for extension of time
must be filed with the Office of General Counsel of
the Department at 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard;
Mail Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000,
before the applicable deadline. A timely request
for extension of time shall toll the running of the
time period for filing a petition until the request is
acted upon. If a request is filed late, the Department
may still grant it upon a motion by the requesting
parry *jhocrng thai Ine lailure Io, ile a reique:.it i ran
P. ensio.n or lime biel, lu i he d iadlline wa; inre result'
ui eiicuable neglect
S i 1timely ai-ld sufficient petition for an
jadmri iralive hearing is filed, other persons
trirce iuub.lirniiji initere l: will b jni-led tv ini.-.
Oulit:'rm oi inne jmirnil.raive pr-c'i.:. tre tre
rigni [ o periun ior, iniervein in irn pr,-ee,-,r i
Iniervennionr l il re piermined o-ly ati ir., ,-i.rlin n
i lhe pie:ndiriij orier upron Ihe ring ul i monio:n
S.ormpliadn. wini rule 28-106 2',5 i[me Florida .
Adminrsiralive CCde
In accordance with rule 62-110.106(3), petitions
for an administrative hearing by the applicant must
be filed within' 21; days of receipt of this written
notice. Petitions filed by any persons other than
the applicant, and other than those entitled to
written notice' under subsection 120.60(3). of
ihre Ford Saiiue: mu.'i be filed within 21 days.
Oa pulicajOiun Ol mie notice or within 21 days of
rer.e.irt or cirne wriern nriicie, whichever occurs first.
Under siijbeciiaon 120 6011 oi ml i-e Florida Siaiu-e:
rnwever any per,;un ri,n, ha. -.i. ed ihe D )parnment 'i
icr n-oice Oi agencriy acln rmay hitS a petaion uminin
21 da s ,at rereipl at uch inolice reg rii le.-:. rir,
ialie or putiibcaican
Tne p-iioier na3iil mar a Cuop, :I ine pelhii'-i
I, ir, itppiicani 31 t he addrdies. irii:aii i at3, at at
irt h n ie o lilin The iailwie .l ) n,- pi:r.i,:,n Iii t .e
i peliiion ior an aaminr.raliie nealirig Ain irn n
appr prialei liriie periO '] hail 1nr. |iiut? .1 i.t jniivT
ol lhit perz n's rnin i,:, lieque ar, aj iTiri ;ir ,ive
deterrninraion ir.,ingli uider P-li or'. 120l 569
and 120 57 ,-) ire Flori Siaulu.
A A pemiiron ir.nati dpuii- Ithe material lair:i
cr, whi:h iri Diepani Teni,'- :i,orn is b3i'ed ,Tu.li
S onriini tire lollcit, g inig riTirmali
(ja Thernameraand3ddreolet01ear, agenri:yane.:iei
.ne, r e iigen(f., .. i e r idetniilen i3,n riinum r r
i inowrl
(b) The name, address, and telephone number of
Ihepierilirnr inr)me aadrie:: and ieilpro,:ne
nuiTibier Oi in peiioe,:rner a rpr eria-ri3u..t il
any, which 'shall be the address for service
iurpouser. during he ,:,urc :| ir in p .:,:H d,-Jdig
and an e.planaii ,ri O rhow irte rIildi:-,ii', r' .
.uliilaniijl irlperi.. are ,:,r wi be ineil r ; .t
.he agency lJ-i iriTinaii,,,-i
(c) A statement of when and how the petitioner'
received notice of the agency decision;
(d) A statement of all disputed issues of'material
fact. If there are ini- ire petition mlIsi so
(e) A concise statement of the ultimate i.,:; ,
ali-ijl inlud tn- iri, specificc facts irai
ire peintinerr correndai warrant reversal or.'
mr diiIi:3 :inl i ir i igeriv''i pro i:.led iii n ,
(f) A statement of ire spe.slc rules :r sialule
ihii irir ppiih aner ,.:ouniind: rialuire re,-er,ji ur
riidii.:.ali.:n f lthe i erJ n v a propo:ie*d j3l:",
(g) A siaieien-eri of( he relief ':ouhi by the
peiilo-r 11u1inig pire,:,.:i-l. iriine hion that
inc peiiiIoner i vi h e.m ir, a.geity iO iaie with
i-:pe: Ii ir, e ,' pr.:pou d a:n i -n
A petition that does not. dispute: the material
facts.on which the Department's action is based
:.r3li -lile ira) ri-i zl'-r l11:1. ,ri r h iiillp tr ji rni ,
irinerwin e riall :, onriiin the :.ame ini, rma.iliur .a ,.ei
inrn atiove a, reuijilred tr rulej 28-106 iif11 iUnder
pariagrdpri 120569112iic and' I I l iri- FIlri3a
S13aile' a peiii in ior adminr iri aiir nie,irig niij.i
bth dia;T&ii.ed by h'w aeriv,. if ire piiionir d :, n tl
ubnlrialnilyv i-ompli wih Ime ait: c rcqiijrern, n
or is unrinmelri 'iae
The Department has determined that the,
prop.osd d3 .ir6 bn1e:.u f, ili :- polerill
Ene,i:i ,,ri ih nr.-''iir,:i-n'trl ,.r in,: putbli
S:o r-irveri3al nature '.)r locai:j 0n ir h'i l i. tj ia e a ,
negrien:er d pubi n -u) nc ern or iel. r o :.-| 1 ireq .lii t
Sor admiisirativeproceerain: Thereiore our-unjri
.h luthi'ecliun 3 341 14 I f nrid rules 62.
S i i0 1 106151 I 19i a jit andn 1 2 .:4 i,:i0901i'U1
FAC yCiu l ine pprcani l are iequirai lii puiJlisr
at %Iur ei, -i e.pc r i,.pe ti -n e(rio:.ed )ll.:,- ni i ,u
i IS suue The notice i" required 10 b1 puritned
one time, within 30 days of the date of entry of
this intent, in the legal advertisements section of
Se.ipaipr of i'eril circulation meeting the
reqjiremeniensi -:iLiior, 50 01 1 and 50.031, ES.,
in irne i:ournirv rere lhe alh ivi.ir, : i hr pl ii:
WAinrn :eve'i i j,:, pu0.1 : .aT ni Ir ,lipp.i l -lu I
provide proul I put.,il.a o in r i f:irm preo._.ribl
b, .:'in 5) 051., F S I.
Department of Environmental Protection -
Bureau of Mine Reclamation
2051 East Dirac Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32310-3760
Failure to publish the notice and provide proof
of publication within the allotted time shall result in
denial of the permit.
This intent to issue constitutes an order of the
Department. Subject to the provisions of paragraph
120.68(7)(a) of the Florida Statutes, which may
require a remand for an administrative hearing, the
applicant has the right to seek judicial review of the.
order under section 120.68 of the Florida Statutes,
by the filing of a notice of appeal under rule 9.110
of the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure with
the Clerk of the Department in the Office of General
Counsel, 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail
Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida, 32399 3000, and
by filing a copy of the notice of appeal accompanied
by the applicable, filing fees'with the appropriate
district court of appeal. The notice of appeal must
be filed within 30 days from the date when the
Order is filed with the Clerk of- the Department.
The applicant, or any party within the meaning of
paragraph 373.114(1)(a) or section 373.4275 of the
Florida Statutes, may also seek appellate review of
the order before the Land and Water Adjudicatory
Commission under subsection 373.114(1) or
section 373.4275 of the Florida Statutes. Requests
for review before the Land and Water Adjudicatory
Commission must be filed with the Secretary of the
Commission and served on the Department within
. 20 days from the date when the order is filed with
Sthe Clerk of the Department.

CASE NO.: 02-2006-DR-384
THOMAS D. WOOD, Husband,
You are notified that a petition for dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on FRANK E. MALONEY,
JR.,P.A., Attorney, whose address is 445 East
Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny Florida 32063;
(904) 259-3155, within thirty (30) days after the
first publication of the notice and on or before
the 4th day of December, 2006, and to file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either be-*
fore service on FRANK E. MALONEY, JR., P.A.,
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
DATED this 26 day of October, 2006.
BY Sherri Dugger



: Deadline Monday at 5:00

/ /

St .' "n

7:00oo pm BCMS Auditorium

?ee-Wee Tincess 4-6 s.

Ltdt Miss Pinass 79 rs.

Pre-Ien Pincess 1O-12prs.
.qe Princess l-lyts.

Cistmas Queen 6y'rs. andoCr.

This pageant is open to all young ladies 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 will represent the City ofMacclenny Fire Department
in the Annual Lighted Christmas Parade and also serve a Christmas dinner
to our senior citizens at the Council on Aging.

Entry f e 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 PRESS, Thursday November 2, 2006 Page 12



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Boys' cross country qualifies for regionals
The Wildcat cross country Ruise lauded the team's work The boys' race will start at 10:40
team had an exciting time at ethic. "They've accepted the am at Bartram Trail.
the district tournament this past challenge all season long and be- The girls did not qualify, but
weekend at Bishop Kenny. The cause of it, they're able to con- ran well. Shae Raulerson was the
team finished in sixth place over- tinue on in the post-season." top runner for BCHS. Guadalupe
all and qualified for the regional He also complemented the Campos and Sylvia Sotomeyer
tournament Saturday at Bartram work of his seniors, Blake Row- also ran well.
Trail. an and TJ Mosely. "We're very "The girls did a good job com-
Coach Charles Ruise was en- proud of our two seniors. They peting throughout, the race. Even
thused about the district finish, showed leadership.in not giving though results didn't go our way,
The Cats are in the same district up." we feel good about our experi-
with state powers Bishop Kenny, Kennedy was the top BCHS ence we gained this season." said
Bolles and Episcopal. The team finisher, with Ro\ an, Timmy Ruise. We're looking forward to
had performed well all season Mason, Evan Ward, Mosely, Co- a much better season for our girls
and advancing to the regionals rey Cavanaugh and Allen Luff- team next year.
was a real plus for the program. man finishing with good times.
Luke Kennedy helped power -"
the Cats to the high finish with a -.
very strong individual run. Ken-
nedy finished 8th overall with i i '
a 17:36. "Luke did a good job -
setting the pace and from there I
igniting the fire in our team to .. .1
finish as strong L as they did," said ,

Baker High squanders halftime lead, falls to

Press Sports
Last week Coach
Johns lamented the m
rors that had plagued hi
season long. His comm
oddly prophetic in lig
Friday'- 34-22 homeco
to Bishop Kenny.
The Wildcats bulldoze
a 22-7 lead only to see
saders post 27 straight
In the early going, it
though the game bel
the Wildcats. They coi
The Wildcat offen
owned the line of sc
throughout the first ha
cious Lee dashed throi
the size of a Mack ti
most of the first half,
was all Wildcat red.
Mike Stukel, the Ker
caller who almost single
ly defeated the Wildcats
was hampered and
Operating out of the
he couldn't find recei
couldn't run the ball ef
It looked like a long nig
store for the Crusaders.
,But if there was any
owing in the game it vi
Cats' first possession, w
straight penalties force
cat punt. They got the
back, however, and fo
the half it looked as if B
running downhill.



Kenny at Homecoming Friday,
Chaz Johns cracked an 18- completed three straight pass with poo
yard run, and though he coughed plays, which set up Wes Moc- and on ir
Bobby up the ball, Carlos Holton recov- zul's sexen-N ard run. The kick saw prone
mental er- ered to keep possession. Lucious was good and Kenny had nar- by miscu
enta er Lee and Johns moved the ball rowed the gap to 14-7. Kenny
stean all steadily down the field and Johns But then, the Cats got the ball yard run
ht of last got the first Wildcat score on a back. Lee took it to the Kenny 35 go up 28-
ming loss 24- \ ard scamper. Carlos Holton and when he was hit while out of score can
slipped containment and ran into bounds, the major penalty moved picked u
zed out to the corner for the two point con- the ball to the 20. Two plays later and run
version. he took it into the end zone. conversic
the Cru- The Wildcats soon increased If this had have been a movie The g
t points. their lead. Rod Rentz, Cur- there would have been a flash and cost
looked as tis Bennett and Alvin Hughes of lightning and crack of thlun- was injury
onged to forced Stukel into incompletions der to signal that the game was ly, and w:
d do no and the Crusaders had to punt about to turn around. On the en- for the s
sive line the ball. The punt didn't leave suing kickoff, Mike Stukel dem- injury, Cl
rsivemae BCHS in a very favorable posi- onstrated to the Wildcat crowd for the la,
finmmage tion, however, they it possession just hov dangerous a player he Lee co
gh hole s on the 8 yard line, with 82 yards can be. Stukel 'got the ball on a 'game ag
ruck. For of real estate to go. reverse and raced 89 yards for a leg inju
ruck. or Lucious Lee brought his A- the score, out running just about stretcher
the game game, and all Holton had to do every Wildcat in the process. ry. Lee h
signal was give him the ball and that was The kick was good and the game up to the
ny-h signal that. The offensive line manhan- went to halftime 22-14. 197 yard
last year, dled the Crusaders and Lee broke Football pundits are quick to Oddly
harast year through and carried defenders to point out that the most dangerous in desper
arassehotgun, the 49-yard line. Holton hit tight times during a game are the last keep the
rivers and end Tyler Thomas at the 32. Lee two minutes of the first half and Two wee
effectively. would drive the ball to the 3-yard the first two minutes of the sec- needed to
ght was in line, but a holding call moved it ond. That cliche certainly proved County a
back to the 11-yard line. Holton to be true in this game. ous of lo
foreshad- scrambled to the six and Lee took The second half opened up and Jack
vas on the it home from there. Though the with the Wildcats punting. The offs. The
vhen three conversion attempt was no good, Cats stopped Kenny, but their erything
d a Wild- the Cats were up 14-0. punt hit a Wildcat on the helmet with the'
ball right Kenny showed disturbing and Kenny got the ball back on could act
ballr most of signs of life in the next posses- the Wildcat 26. Three runs later, season.
CHS was sion, and it was clear that they Stukel punched it across from .....*
weren't going quietly. Stukel a yard out. The conversion that PRES
would tie the game was no good *
as Greg Williams broke up the
pass, but the Crusaders were well
L |AU A M ORE within striking distance, trailing D
I LA RAMOREt by a 22-20 score. Dead
SThe Wildcats had their chances
TRUCTION, INC. in the half, but they were plagued THE B

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lore than one occasion,
rising drives hampered
es and penalties.
'took the lead on a 9-
and a conversion pass to
-22. The final Kenny
ae after a bad pitch was
p on the 10-yard line
into the endzone. The
on attempt failed.
ame was a frustrating
ly one. Carlos Holton
red, though not serious-
ith backup BJ Rowe out
season with a shoulder
haz Johns took the helm
st series.
)uld be out for the final
,ainst Fernandina with
iry and Rod Rentz was
ed off with a neck inju-
ad an outstanding night
time he was hurt, with
s rushing on 25 carries.
enough, Kenny came
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ir playoff hopes alive.
eks ago, the Wildcats
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win over BCHS, Kenny
ually back into the post-

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Steelers remain

unbeaten in '06
The Middle Division Steelers
remained unbeaten by defeating
a tough Jets team that refused to
give up. Both defenses played
very hard in the 18-8 contest.
Top players offensively for
the Steelers were Reggie Givens
with 18 carries for 82 yards and
a touchdown, Carl Jefferson
with eight carries for 62 rushing
yards, Logan Kish and Josh
Nichols had two carries apiece.
Defensively Carl Jefferson led
the team with six tackles, Logan
Kish with four tackles, Reggie
Givens, Joshua Allen and Josh
Nichols with three tackles each.
Dustin Martin, Cody Taylor and
Hunter Dugger had two tackles
The Jets' offensive play lead-
ers were Brandon Combs with
one carry for a touchdown.
Rasheem Gaskins had five
carries for 25 yards, Rashadd
Hadley and Chase Drury
also rushed for gains. Austin
Manning kicked an extra point.
Defensive standouts were
Brandon Combs with seven
tackles. Jacob Carter, Rasheem
Gaskins, Rashadd Hadley and
Austin Nlanning had six tackles
each. Other notables were
Robert Thomas. Reed Williams.
Evan Barrett, Jordan Kenned\
and Hawke Forbes.

'06 season ends

vith Fernandina
The Baker High Wildcats will
face one of the more prolific
passers in the area this Friday
when they take on the Fernan-
dina Beach Pirates. Emory Win-
gard has had to rely on his strong
and accurate arm as the winless
Pirates search for some way to
get rid of the goose egg from the
win column. They \\ere shut out,
ion Friday 27-0 by Engle\\ ood.
A week earlier. Wingard
passed for 222 yards in a los-
ing effort to the Lee Generals
and racked up 206 yards passing,
against Forrest. Wingard has the
luxury of a quartet of good re-
cei verss. Hunter Whittaker caught
ifi'e passes for 66 yards, Mal-
colm Green also snagged five for
49 yards \ersus Lee. Wingard
spread the wealth around with
iTahj Kimble and Domilic Jones
'pulling in three apiece.
The Wildcats expect to have
ithe services of Carlos Holton
and Lucious Lee, both of whom
.~ere injured in the game Friday.
but without Rod Rentz, who has
'sprained ligaments in his neck.
Though Lee \'ill be playing
|through pain, he is 50 yards short
"of a 1000 yard season and wants
.a shot at that milestone.

Kr Smiulth ot Iith Pt i.:' rtii ,'/i e .ze..c ,Chacsed bi C iwe' ..Smiih t ithe Reidskint
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Seasoned oak firewood cut to fit mod-
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Welder Platinum XP 800 crossbow.
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condition 289-9959 11/2p
Frigidaire stove, propane, white, 2
.ears ola 904-704-9868 11 2p
Upright piano. $100 OBO. 259-3770.
Treadmill, good condition, paid $300,
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air unit, $200 firm. 259-8055 or 534-
1675 cell. 11/2-9p
Lighted curio cabinet in antique
bisque finish, new condition, $200;
girls bedroom set in antique bisque fin-
ish on pine with ribbon & rose garland
decals; full size poster bed, 2 drawer
nightstand, 5 drawer chest with mirror,-
4 drawer'student desk with hutch, 1
drawer corner desk, $495. 259-3785
8:00 am-5:00 pm or 259-7856 after
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Suzuki 250 4 wheeler, hi & low range,
front & rear racks, runs excellent,
$1500. 904-699-2683. 11/2p
'Factory 6 lug Chevy tires & wheels,
$500; 6 lug Eagle aluminum wheels,
$175. 259-4117. 11/2p
1996 Class A 34' Winnebago Adven-
turer, fully serviced, sleeps 6, 62K
miles, $28,900. 259-9500. 10/19tfc

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Dining room table and Chi

net, solid oak with 4 leaves, claw feet,
medium oak color with 2 piece China
cabinet, $400, 259-7867 or 259-1373
Tractor-Mitsubishi 24h/p 2 cyl. Diesel
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Good used appliances. 90 day money
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Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic,
$199. 904-398-5200. 11/2tfc

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Bach trumpet with case and accesso-
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New 16 & 17 saddles just in time
for Christmas. pads, blankets, rein &
headstalls included $250 each 275-
2979 11/2p
Formall Cub, mechanically sound runs
great, fertilizer distributor and extra.
plows. $200 OBO 904-339-2557 11/2p
Washers/Dryers $150 set, will sep.
refrigerator & stove 90 day warranty,
free delivery and set up. 904 964-5266
anytime 11/2-9p
King pillowtop, new with warranty.
$289, can deliver. 904-391-0015.
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,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-
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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 rooting;
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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-
9350. 11/2tfc
27" ProScan TV, excellent condition,
$200 firm. 259-5011 10/26-11/2p

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for your business! Friday & Saturdays
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road crossing in Glen. 259-6015.
Solid wood cherry sleigh bed with mat-
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Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront,
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1997 Quantum 18 ft. bass/ski boat, 125
HP Mercury Force, new tires, wheel-
bearings, seats & tail lights, all acces-
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$8500. 259-5296 after 6:00 pm.
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
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pm. 11/2tfc
1987 Chevy 4x4, V8, AT. AC, PS, PB.
2nd owner 20k on motor. 0 K on trans-
mission, Too much to list, ready for
hunting $5000.00 OBO 904-266-4013
1998 Lincoln Towncar Executive Series,
very dependable, good ride, under blue
book value $4500 305-2131 11/2p
1988 65 passenger Blue Bird School
Bus, Gas, Great for church or convert
to RV. new tires, deep cycle batteries,
great price. $5000 305-2131 11,2p
2005 Dodge Neon SXT, Black $11000
259-4716 11/2p
,Isuzu Trooper 4x4, cold AC, excellent
on gas. $1800 OBO Isuzu P/U, 4 cyl.,
stick shift, $1500 OBO 904-591-2916
1993 Mercedes 190E 2.3 $2.500 OBO
259-9104 after 4-00 pm 11/2p
1998 Chevrolet ton. 4x4, 350 mo-
Tor, automatic. SWB. needs paint: 1984
Toyota extended cab, 4x4, needs car-
buretor. 275-2069 or 588-4198. 11 '2p
1985 GMC El Camino, very nice,
$2800. 251-4641 cell or 259-8565.
1989 Toyota Celica convertible, runs
good, cute, fun, good gas mileage,
$1200 OBO. 275-2286. 11/2p
For sale by owner 2006 Chevy Tahoe
LS, 2 WD, 3rd row seat, 8.600 miles,
$26,500. 259-5895. 1i i2p
2002 Ford Ranger, 4 cylinder, 5 speed,
clean pickup, 1 owner. $3500. 259-
2287. 11/2p

Pony party package, includes screened
pavilion, lumper, slide, ponies & train,
$250. 259-2465. 10/26-111/2p
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.
10., 19-25p
We do small job land clearing, bush
hog mowing, scatter dirt, root rake,
etc., also tree trimming & removal.
259-7968. 6/29tfc
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in good
condition. Call Karin at Southern Charm
259-4140. 2/13tfc

Boxer pups, CKC papers, health certifi-
cate, $600 each. 904-422-4541'.
2 male beagles, about 11 months old,
$150 for both, 591-2640 11/2p
Puppies free to a good home; Ameri-
can bulldog mom, lab( black) dad, very
playful and loving, 2 months old. 259-
9375 after 5:00 pm 11/2p
Non-Grey Geldings Bay Mare; Black
and white paint filly, saddles and misc.
tach. 275-2466 11/2p

Friday & Saturday 8-3
90 W. to Nursery Blvd., fol-
low signs to big green house.
Office furniture,
misc. office supplies,
too much to list!!!
*.. ...-. -.* .S* . .

,-, Will pick up for free unwanted, left over yard
.a sale items. Call 653-1558.
SGESL, Thursday 8:00 am ?, 447 South 3rd Street.
S' Bedroom furniture, dining set, sewing machine,
kitchen and other items.
-'. w --, Friday 8:00 am ?, 917 Red Fox Way
..AG (Foxridge)
... .- ," Friday 8:00 am 1:00 pm. 211 College Street.
'' Little bit of everything
'1'' Friday 9:00 am-3:00 pm, 121 N. on left 5 miles.
Nice things cheap
Friday 8:00 am ?. 125 S. Cross RR tracks, 1st road to right, 2nd
house on left.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?, Oak St. Macclenny II. Lots of baby
items toys, clothes and more.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am ? 144 Blair Street, ofl U.S. 90. Lots of
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm, Miltondale to River Circle, left
at Suzanne Drive, right at Thomas Circle. 2nd house on left. Lots of
Friday 8:00am 2:00 pm and Saturday 8:00 am noon, Corner
. of River Circle and Suzanne Drive, look for sign on HWY 90 and
Lowder. Lucy and Ethel's Semi Annual Yard Sale, something for
. everyone. Nice, clean, name brand clothes, shoes and purses, adult
XXL-XS, Childrens 4-7. sewing machine in case, books, bookshelf,
magazines, sheers, tools, craft stuff and holiday decor, household
items. Hope to see you and God Bless.
Friday & Saturday 7:00 am ?, 13547 Bob Burnsed Road, Glen St.
Mary. Lots of everything.
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am ? 8518 east Ben Rowe Circle, just
past Woodlawn Kennels. Lots of perfect gifts for Christmas, oriental
items, purses, oil paintings, various vases, tiger, horse end tables,
dream catchers.
Friday 8:00 am 3:00pm & Saturday 8:00 am 1:00 pm. 8400
Penny Place. Take Woodlawn Rd. turn north on Creekside Drive, first
cul-de-sac on left. Loads of indoor and outdoor Christmas decora-
tions, a lyr old pre-lit 7 ft tree. Oodles of other misc. items.
Friday & Saturday 7:00 am noon, 7422 CR 23C. Corner of James
Britt and 23C.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am 3:00 pm, 13972 N. CR 23-A, Benefit
for Shane Martin Family.
Saturday 8:00 am 2:00 pm, behind WJXR between 5th and 6th
Street. Midtown Day Flea Market. No fee, bring your own set-up.
This month we are having some classic cars from the area. Crafters,
dealers, church groups welcome. Stop by the Ivy Cottage to make
reservations or call Kathleen at (904) 994-5595
Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm. 4504 Hickory St. Maccelnny II. Clothes.
girl's sizes 14/16, Juniors 3/4, Women 18, toys and games, wooden
shelves, knick-knacks and lots more.
Saturday 9:00 am ?, 4209 Hickory Street. Household Items, men's
and women's clothing.
Saturday 8:00 am noon, 633 North Blvd. West. Air hockey table,
twin bed, roll top desk, lots of clothes and miscellaneous items.
Saturday 8:30 am-?. 8377 Hillcrest Drive, off Woodlawn Road.
Multi-family. Bike, dishes, suits, odds and ends, collectibles.
Saturday 8:00 am- ?, 127 N. 31,2 N. of U.S. 90, second house on
the right, across bridge. Clothes all sizes, truck toolbox, stroller,
high chair, bed clothes, toys, Christmas tree, pillows, clocks, pic-
tures, dishes, lots more.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, Maxville. 228 E. first road before 301, left on
Tangerine, follow signs. Huge 3 family, lots of great stuff, bedroom
furniture, VCR/DVD players, movies, lamps, kitchen appliances,
household items, baby items, high chair, changing table, clothes all
sizes, men's, women's and children's, new tree stand, brand new hot
water heater, Christmas stuff, toys, and lots more.
Saturday, in Glen across from Country Boys Store, for Cindy Below
Saturday 8:00 am ?, 13821 Cedar Creek Drive, Sanderson
Saturday 7:30 am ?, 7700 Klein Road. Mattress, women's cloth-
ing, children's clothing.
Saturday 8:00 am ?. 465 Islamorada Drive at Cypress Point.
Saturday 8:00 am 1:00 pm, 250 North Blvd. East, Macclenny. 3
Family. Movies, clothes, household items, baby items.
Saturday 8:00 am 1:30 pm, Hunter's Ridge off Odis Yarborough.
Multi-family. Furniture, clothes, toys, Dewalt planer and much more.

Agency CSR
Experienced comm'cl $35k-$45k
Handle Irg book of bus.
220 or 440 required, paid
401k health, dental, vacation, parking.
convenient location.

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday November 2, 2006 Page 16

Beagle Walker pups, 8 mo
ready to start, $100 each. 275
Dogs: all types from puppies
Animal Control, $50 boarding
apply. 259-6786.

AKC Registered female Box
friendly & playful, 1 year ol
AKC registered male Basse
very friendly, 10 months ol
Horse for sale. Good with kl
included, $1200. 259-2465.

nths old, Company specializing in erosion con-
5-2069 or trol now hiring the following positions:
11/2p Crew leaders, equipment operators,
to adults. laborers, class A CDL drivers. Valid
fees will driver's license a MUST. Fax resume to
904-275-3292 or dall 275-4960. EOE.
11/20tfc Drug free workplace. 11/2p
xer, very Immediate openings for the following:
Id, $200; track hoe operator, loader operator, fin-
t Hound, ish dozer, tailman with 2 years experi-
d, $150. ence, hillman with 2 years experience,.
10/26p general laborers, pipelayer. Apply in
ids, tack person at Earthworks, 11932 N SR
121, Macclenny, FL. or call 653-2800.
... ., 11/2c

60-1i 1/p

Notice to readers:
The newspaper often publishes classi-
fied advertising on subjects like work-at-
home, weight loss products, health prod-
ucts. While the newspaper uses reason-
able discretion in deciding on publication
of such ads, it takes no responsibility as
to the truthfulness of claims. Respondents
should use caution and common sense
before sending any money or making other
commitments based on statements and/or
promises; demand specifics in writing. You
can also call the Federal Trade Commission
at 1-877-FTC-HELP to find out how to spot
fraudulent solicitations. Remember: if it
sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
-The Baker County Press
Baker County Animal Control will be
accepting applications for a permanent
part time position, 20 hours per week,
$8/hour. Applicants must be 18 years
of age or older, HS or GED graduate w/
valid Florida driver's license. Must be
proficient in Word, Windows & data
entry excellent typing & telephone
communication skills Kennel duties
included. Applications can be acquired
at the Administration Office at 55 N. 3rd
St Macclenny, FL Deadline for appli-
calions will be November 7, 2006, at
2:00 pm Baker County Commissioners
is an Equal Opportunity Employer and
a drug free workplace. 10,26-11,2c
We are looking for skilled structural
steel craftsmen who are able to work
in a team environment Hours of opera-
tion are from 7:00 am-3:30 pm with the
possibility of overtime when required.
Benefits include paid holidays, personal
days & vacation. Apply in person at 710
Griffin Court, Macclenny. Apex is an
EOE and drug free workplace.

2nd shift storeroom clerk. Must have
computer knowledge. Salary $13.08/
hour. We are on EEOCdrug free work-
place. We offer 401k. health insurance,
paid holidays and vacations. Apply at
Gilman Building Products, CR 218,
Maxville, FL or fax resume to 904-289-
.7736. 11/2-16c
Local home care agency looking for
full time/part time Physical Therapist
and Occupational Therapist. Contact
Linda at 259-3111. 5/25tfc
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools, benefits after 90 days. 259-
5877. 12/30tfc
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 mainte-
nance worker with valid Florida drivers
license. 259-7335. 3/23tfc

Dump truck driver needed,
CDL Class B license, be d
nave clean driving record 2
Part-time ranch hand. Must
driving record & experience
trailers & tractors. 289-9331

Part time w/full time potent

Weekend Residential live-in house
parents. needed to provide care for
2 disabled adult females in Baker
County. CNA preferred, HS diploma
or GED required. Pay includes $100
per day per 24 hour period plus room
& board. Hours would be Friday 6:00
pm through Sunday 6:00 pm. Please
respond to Rose Payne via email at
rose_frazier@dcf.state.fl.us or fax
resume to 904-259-5187. 10/26c

Pediatric nurses needed. Long term
hourly homecare case in Baldwin avail-
able. All shifts. Integrity Health Service
730-9580. 10/26-11/2p
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
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
259-4873. 10/26
Local concrete company now hiring
/laborers, experience preferred by not
required Call 259-2050 leave mes-
sage. 10/26-11/2c
RN staffing nurses needed imme-
diately. All shifts available, Baker
& Duval Counties. Integrity Health
Services 730-9580 10/26-11/2p

lependabtle Baker County Seniors. Need work.
59-6172 or Need training. Need extra cash. We
10.19-26p can help. If you are 55 and older with
nolimiled income, we may have the
I have clean training and employment opportuni-
with horse ties that can help you pay the bills.
1. Call Eileen Hendrix now ,d' Experience
10/19-26c Works. Inc. 904-358-9971. Funded
ial. Looking by the State of Florida. Department of
l. ing Elder Affairs. FOE. 10/26-11/160

lor motivated,a qualified person in uaker
and surrounding area. Experience in
sales helpful. Reply with resume &
references to P0. Bop 598, Macclenny
FL 32063. 6.'2rfc
Utility worker needed for EEO and
drug free established company. We
offer 401(k), nealtn/dental insurance.
paid holidays & vacations. $1 raise
after 6 months. Apply in person at
Gilman Building Products. CR 218 in
Maxville, FL. 10i19-26c

H.R./ Receptionist for immediate open-
ing Must have 2 yr. e.x:p. Send resume
to Earthworks of North Statle Road 121
Macclenny. FL 32063, Pri 904 653 2801
Aton: Joanna Young 11,2c
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 Berdel at 1-800-
767-2553. 10,26p


Local $575 $675 Home Every Night

OTR $650-$800+ Home 1-2 Nights Plus Weekends
Health/Life Insurance Available Paid Vacation

401 K Weekly Bonus $500 Quarterly Safety/Performance Bonus

DOT Inspection Bonus Driver Referral Bonus








Heating* Air Electrical service
Licensed and Insured
Lic. #ET11000707
Lic. #RA13067193,
Lic. #RA13067194 4/21 tfc

Custom Homes
Residential & Commercial
New construction Framing
Remodeling Additions
Keith Muse, owner
545-8316 cell



2" and 4" wells
Roger Raulerson
Fill dirt ~ Millings ~ Slag
Concrete washout
Land clearing Fish ponds
Road built
Houses/buildings demo
Inground pools demo
904-445-8836 days
904-653-2493 evenings
Water softeners Iron filters
Sales Rentals Service
Total water softener supplies
Salt delivery
~ Financing available -
797 S. 6th Street, Macclenny
7/1 5tfc

Bull dozer & backhoe
C.F. White


... We build in-ground pools
We sell and install
DOUGHBOY above-ground
Service Renovations Cleaning
Repairs Chemicals Parts"
698-E West Macclenny Ave.
(next to Raynor's Pharmacy)
Fall & winter hours
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
10:00 am-6:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am 2:00 pm

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Build on your lot or ours,
Your plans or ours
Model home in Copper Creek
Sales Tuning Restoration
Installation of computerized
Local & long distance moving
Call Randall
Custom house plans
to your specifications
Qualified Good references
Professional painting
Pressure washing
Interior exterior
Residential commercial
Fully insured Locally owned
25 years experience

Locally owned & operated
Licensed & insured
Slab prep ~ Driveways
Finish mowing Boxblade work
Bushhog work
Serving Baker &
Surrounding Counites
24 hour emergency service
Emergency water removal
Dehumidification Mold preven-
Hardwood floor drying
All types of pest control
Call Eston, Shannon, Bryan,
Bill or Philip
Beverly Monds Owner
Air conditioners Heat pumps
Major appliances *
24 hour, 7 day emergency ser-
Call Vince Farnesi,
Footers Foundations
Sidewalks Driveways

Culverts Installed
'Tim Johnson

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



NHC, FHIA & NACHI Certified
Serving North Florida and
South Georgia
259-5416 fax
S 10/12-11/30p
Road construction
Clearing Excavation,
Equipment Hauling
Culvert pipe
Driveway installation
Complete site & underground
utility contractor, Land clearing
We sell dirt & slag
Hourly rate available on:
grader, dozer & trackhoe work
Dirt starting at $85/load
Mitch Canaday, Jr.



Roofing, Free estimates



New roofs Roof repairs
Roof replacement
Free estimates

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Residential and Commercial
Pest control
Lawn and Shrub care
Termite protection
Damage repair guarantees
Free estimates Call today!
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Elimination System
Home repairs Remodeling
Mark Stevens



Docks ~ Retaining walls
Decks ~ Repairs
Floating dock systems
Call for free estimate
Tree removal Light hauling
Stump removal
We haul or buy junk cars and
We sell horses
Licensed Insured
Free estimates
24 hour service
Call Danny
Jesus is the Only Way
$20 per hour. E.H. Carpenter

Well drilling
Water conditioning purification
New septic systems.
Drain-field repairs
We're your water experts
Celebrating our 29th year
in business.
Credit cards gladly accepted
Fully licensed & insured
Florida & Georgia

Design / Build
Your plans or our plans
Bentley Rhoden -



Free Estimates
Custom remodeling,
electrical, plumbing, tile,
custom cabinets, painting,
drywall, pressure washing.
Murals, interior, wall decor,
Rates compliment any budget
"One call cleans all"
We clean: windows, gutter,
mini-blinds (wash n' wax),
pressure washing & much more.

11 /2tfc 11/2-1217p

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'i Part time scale operator. The New
, River Solid Waste Association is seek-
Sing qualified applicants for a perma-
nent part time position of scale opera-
, tor. Will be responsible for operating
computerized scale system, collect-
ng ing fees & keeping accurate records
:s 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-
. Starting salary will be $9/hour for 20-
25 hour week. Salary commensurate
with experience. Applications can be
' picked up. at the New River Regional
k Landfill on State Road 121, just north
6 or Raiford. Deadline for applications
^ will be November 3, 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
I required. EOE. 10,26-11/2c
Assistant secretarial position.
Applications will be accepted until
I 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 quail-
Sied applicants should apply. We are
an Equal Opportunity Employer and
comply with drug free workplace polic-
u es. The Baker County Commissioners
reserve the right to reject any and all
applications. 1 0/26-11/2c '
SSouthern Gospel Group looking for a
professional piano player. Practices in,
the Macclennyarea. 904-541-6461
ii 11/2-9p
Sitter needed for 16 month old infant.
Saturday only. Three references need-,
ed. 259-9182. 10.,26c
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
-j and coordination of data with the US
Postal Service, phone companies and
other public and private agencies and

Real Estate Auction
By court, bank or seller
OPENING BID: $10,000
Inspections: 1-4pmn Sun.
Nov. 12th & 2 hrs prior to
'1731 W. 29TH ST.,
S2BR 1BA 625sf+ single-
Inspections: 1-4pm Sun.
Nov. 12th & 2 hrs prior to
i sale.. .
All properties sell: 11:15am
STue. Nov. 14 at 8989
I Visit %% illiamsauction.com or
call 800-801-8003.
FLW&WALC#AB.-Ot)00760. Dean C.
Wiliiams Broker RE#3003737, Monte
W. Lowdermnan AUC#AU3278

Account Clerk I
Accounts Payable/Property Specialist
Clerical accounting work involving
a wide range of duties to support the
College's system of financial resources
involving but not limited to accounts
payable, property records maintenance,
ohsidiar, ledger maintenance and data
High Schobl graduate (or equivalent) plus
three years of business office experience,
one of wfiich is in accounting. Must be
computer literate and experienced in
word processing and data spreadsheets.
Must be able to perform manual labor and
lift 35 lbs correctly. Special consideration
will be given applicants with an associate
degree or certificate in a related area.
Salary: $19,602.00 annually plus benefits.
Position closes: November 13, 2006.
Cosmetology Teaching Assistant II
(213 Duty Daysf
Cosmetology license plus 2 years of
teaching or work experience. Typing,
keeping student records, ordering

materials, maintaining inventory, assisting
instructors in clinic, preparing and grading
exams, collecting fees and preparing
deposits. Special consideration will .be
given applicants with an associate degree
or certificate in a related area.
,Salary: $17,705.20 annually, plus benefits
Application deadline: November 13,.2006
College application required. Position details
and application available on the web at:
Human Resource Development
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education &

utility companies: Must have a work-
ing knowledge of subdivision plats,
legals descriptions, aerial photogra-
phy and latitude/longitude coordinates.
Survey and CAD experienced individu-
als are encouraged to apply. Must have
a high school diploma, valid Florida
driver's license, fineat and professional
appearance and ability to work with the
public. We are an Equal Opportunity
Employer and comply with drug free
workplace polices. The Baker County
Commissioners reserve the right to
reject any and all applications.

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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-
219-0480. 9,21tdc
2.25 acres, high & dry, fish pond &,
complete setup, ready to move on!t
Homes & mobile romes. Georgia
Bend, 15 minutes to 1-10,.$50,000,
owner financing or 10%i cash discount.
912-843-8118. 9,'28tc
Purchase or rent to own, Nice 3 BR.
2 BA doublewide on 2.71 acres wiln
pond, pole barn & shed. 904-477-
8995. 10/19-26p
Gorgeous '1 acre on Estates Street in
Macclenny II. hign & dry,.convenient
to everything. Restricted to site built
homes only. $49,000 904-219-0480.
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-
last area, kitchen w/wnile cabinets, both
bathrooms v,'lacuz2, master BAiwalk-
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. 8/24tfc

Utilities, Inc. s
16148 CR 125 N
Glen St. Mary,
Florida 32040

1/2 acre land, zoned mobile home. 338-
4026. 10/5-26c
Ocala National Forest lots, $500
down, $199 month. Owner 352-624-
2215 or 352-236-4579 www.ocalafor-
estland.com/2nd. 10/19-12/28p

/2. acre, rare to find in Glen St. Mary,
high & dry, close to high school & ten-
nis courts, mobile homes OK, $42,900.
904-219-0480. 10/12tfc
Farm 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.
259-2465 10/26-11/2p
1.28 acre lot with well & septic off
Woodlawn Rd., $35,000. Please call'
904-813-3091. 10/12tfc

.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 or259-3075. 10/26-11/9p
8.18 acre off Mudlake Rd. & Mallie
Davis'Rd. Great place to raise a family;
great neighborhood or great.invest-
ment, planted in nalm trees. Light pole,
septic & well, ready for your mobile
home orto build, $135,000. 259-3763.
1 acre lot, Macclenny Ill, $75,000
259-75.9 10,26-11,2p
FSBO. Copper Creek Hills. Unit IIl,
.1 large lot. $60.000 Please call 259-
3343 weekdays between 9:00 am-5:00
pm. 10.26tfc

3 BR mobile home on over 1' acre
with pecan trees, board fence, front-
age. $90k. Glen St. Mary. 259-2465.
10'26-11 2p
FSBO. Copper Creek Hills. Unit II.1, 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 14,76, 2 BR, 2 BA,
$75 000. 904-718-4140 10,26-11/2p
2.5 acre. 2 BR, 2 BA w, 1 BR, 1 BA
in-law suite, 1 acre lenced w/horse
stall, on HWY' 125 close to interstate
$193,000 call Richard 707-2111.

For sale or rent. 3 BR, 1 BA house,
approirnimately 1000 SF, $850/month,
deposit required, no smoking or pets.
259-2746 10 19ric
Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C. no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-
860-4604. 3/17tic
3 BR & 2 BR mobile homes, no pets,
garbage, water & mowing provided,
$450-$600'month. 912-843-8118.
. New home. 3 BR. 1 BA.. tile Illp.g.-
irng throughout on 1.28 acre lot, in
Macclenny. All electric appliances, $850
security deposit, $850/month. Please
call 259-3343 weekdays, between 9:00
am-5:00 pm. 8/31tfc
3 BR, 1 BA house on 1 acre 'in Glen
St. Mary $800.00 a month & $500.00
deposit 904-233-7727 11/2p

For rent. 2 BR, 2 BA mobile home
in country. No pets. $600 Rent, $500
deposit. 275-2865 11/2p

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In established Macclenny neighborhood, 3/2 home has large bonus
room. It is 2298 sq. ft., has large screened back porch, plus screened
side porch. The large family
room. On 2 cif a must see !!

on 1.21 acres in Glen St. Mary.
Live in the MH w1

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

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FSBO. 1996 Homes ol Merit. 28>68.
3 BR. 2 BA, cathedral ceilings, open .
floor plan stone fireplace, very large
kitchen with lots ot cabinets, side-by-
side refrigerator, overhead air vents,
spacious master with large walk-in
closets garden lub. separate shower
lots more. Must see $36,000. Must be
moved to your property. 259-5895 or
654-6998. 11/2p


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For sale or rent, clean 3 BR, 2 BA
home on one acre.'HW floors.
Sanderson. $750 monthly. 327-7667
2 BR, 2 BA Mobile Home, GA bend
area, newly renovated, CH/A $550,
$250 deposit 259-5317 11/2-9p
Office for rent US 90 Glen. 259-6735
11/2 tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home on 2.1 acres,
beautiful 300 ft. white, sand beach on
St. Marys River, handyman special,
$595/month. 904-220-1565.,

2500 SF, Highway 90 W. Macclenny.
904-307-3818 or 904-259-7923.

1999 Oakwood mobile home, 28x65,
3 BR, 2 BA with laminated wood floors
& tile floors. $29.000 904-838-2648.
2004 Fleetwood doublewide. 24x48,
3 BR, 2 BA, utility room. eat-in kitchen,
$25,000. 259-5098 or 259-6078 .

Explore. Learn. Lead.
Wal-Mart is looking for driven people.

Your Macclenny Wal-Mart store
is Relocating!!

As a member of the Wal-Mart team, you will receive com-
petitive wages and a generous benefits package including:
health, 401 (k), stock purchase plan, profit sharing, mer-
chandise discounts and career advancement opportunities.

Career Opportunities Include:

Sales Associates
Please apply at:

1 184 South 6th St
Macclenn\, FL 32063
Phone (904) 259.9309
Fax (904) 259-7702


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Macclenny FL 32003
Phone (904) 259-4760
Fax (904) 259-2447
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St. Mary's River Bluff on
Horseshoe Loop
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. rAlI this and more
on 1.33 acres. MAC-022


Just Listed!
This gorgeous 3BRI2BA 1939SF
home has a 4th room that could
be a den or an office. Large eat in
kitchen with oak cabiitets, formal
dining room, arches in i alkwayv
master bath has jet tuib for relax-
ing evening baths and your yard is
easily maintained with the sprinkler
system. MAC-028

St. Mary's River Bluff on the river 3BR/2BA home. Asking $187,000
Baker County 7.9 acres zoned for home or mobile home $78,210
Baker County 13 acres zoned for home or mobile home $128,700
St. Mary's River Bluff, off liver, brand new 2006 3BR/2BA DW/MH
on 1.25 acres, never been lived in. $ 1325.I") MAC-017
Macclenny 3BR/2BA Beautifulihome on corner lot with too much to
mention. Large spacious roonis throughout. $291,000 MAC-020

2081 SF a must see with lots and lots of upgrades!
2 outbuildings and a RV storage building.

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

3 lots in Glen St Mary, 75x130.
$55,000 each
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.
W e, .92

Too cute to believe in
St. George, Georgia
Perfect if you wvant to escape from
the city for the peace and quiet of
the country. Adorable 2 BR, I BA
on 2.3" acres. You will have privacy
and dihe benefit of wildlife right out
your door. You hate to come see
this barg:un to believe. All the room
in the world to grow! MAC-023
Seller 'will pay $2000 toward
closing costs! '

Maiclenm O 2 home on 1 acre with great open floor plan.
$274;000 MAC-02f
Sanderson on Cowpen just off US90, just off the paved road. 10.01
acres to build your dteam 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. $149,900 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 I ,acres iilh 3 2 DWXMI adiining above slore to
live in or use extra acreage 1,i lute.a largr hauling area $221i,.ii1

Beautiful old neighborhood in 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

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
$389,000UU- Owner will stay on to train you for 6 months.

521 South Sixth Street, La I St. C,-La I W ny'

Wayne Combs, Licensed Real Estate Broker ** We can show and sell all listings! W" Jii }F," II.. T4'Ui I"
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'03 !Ionda Accord
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'02 GMC Yukon XL
4x4, Auto, Leather, Sunroof

'97 Honda Civic
5 Spd., A/C, CD, Rear Spoiler

'01 Chevy Silverado LS

'06 Ford Freestyle
Auto, CD, PW, PL

'05 Tacoma Pre-Runner '01 Nissan Maxima .
V6, Auto, PW, PL 5 Spd., A/C, Sunroof, Leather
$20,995 $11,995

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