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Title: The Baker County press
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Publisher: Tate Powell
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Creation Date: May 3, 2007
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78th Year, Vol. 1 Thursday, May 3, 2007 Macclenny, Florida 500

Seeks to

'fine tune

family lot

The county's planning and
zoning department is recom-
mending a further "fine tuning"
of the provision in the land de-
velopment regulations allow-
ing families to transfer prop-
erty to relatives, even though
the newly established tracts are
technically non-complying.
Planning director Ed Pres-
ton broached the subject dur-
ing the April 26 meeting of the
Local Planning Agency, the.
volunteer board that screens
zoning change requests.
County commissioners say
they would like to streamline
the "family lot" section of the
code beyond its present lan-
guage that addresses areas like
the one-acre minimum and re-
strictions on the "parent" par-
cel to be subdivided.
"This provision and section
of the Code needs to be re-
fined," reads a memo by coun-
ty manager Joe Cone passed
on to the planning board by
Mr. Preston last week. "The
present 'family lot' language,
although well intentioned, has
created a great deal of frus-
tration for the public and the
staff. The process often results
in time and consuming comp
plan amendments, rezpring
and variance hearings, and
considerable time and expense
for the applicant."
The memo was also present-
ed to the county board during
its regular meeting on Tuesday
of this week.
The county several years
ago tightened the rules on such
transactions to prevent family
members who had been grant-
ed exceptions from re-selling
property to non-related, third
parties. The effect of "flipping"
property in 'that manner was
often an illegal subdivision.
The county staff will be rec-
ommending these changes:
VAdd parcels zoned RCMH
2.5 to those allowed for "fam-
ily lot" consideration. Cur-
rently they are allowed only in
AG-10 and AG 7.5 zones.
VLift the restriction that the
"parent lot" must have been a
legal lot and recorded before
1991 when the code was ad-
V Lengthen the time a fam-
ily member must reside on the
newly carved parcel from one
to three years.
VRecord the "family lot" so
future title searches will reveal
it was created with the multiple
The county already re-
quires myriad elements to be
in place before the exceptions
are granted, things like a one-
acre minimum and only one
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A sea o0lVC'washes over I-10 shoulder as semi-truck loses load..
It was a mess tha took a while to clean up on the south shoulder of Interstate 10 the afternoon of March 27 as thousands of small-gauge plastic pipes fell off the overturn-
ing trailer of an eastbound semi-truck. Trooper DL. Myers said the rig drifted off the south shoulder about 3:30, causing the load to shift and pull both the trailer and 2007
Mack tractor to overturn. Driver Daniel Davis, 49, of Lake City received minor injuries. The vehicles initially blocked only the outside lane, but both lanes shut down when
the wrecker trucks moved them out of the roadway.

Trialunderway in double 'burial' deaths

A trial began in Jacksonville
on Tuesday of this week of one
of four persons accused of kill-
ing an infirm Jacksonville cou-
ple in the summer of 2005 by
burying them alive in a remote
area of Charlton County, Ga.
just north of the state line.

One of the defendants,
Bruce Nixbn, 19, of Macclen-
ny, entered a plea March 12 to
twin counts of second-degree
manslaughter in the deaths of
Reggie and Carol Sumner, both.
61, who were kidnapped from
their home in the St, Nicholas

. section of Jacksonville's south-
Mr. Nixon, a Baker High
dropout with a prior arrest re-
cord, is set for sentencing in
June and is expected to testify
against Michqel J. Jackson, 24,
who went on trial this week,'

County enacts fire ban

and his girlfriend Tiffany Ann
Cole, 25. Also yet to be tried
is Alan L. Wade Jr., 19, who
along with Mr. Jackson is from
Mr. Nixon also pled to twin
counts of armed robbery and-
armed kidnapping.
In his opening statement
this week, Mr. Jackson's attor-
ney Richard Kuritz pointed the
finger to Mr. Nixon as the real
culprit in the scheme the state
says his client cooked up. He
(See page 7)



cash for


Press Staff
The Baker County Commis-
sion gave Clerk of Courts Al
Fraser permission to pursue a
$386,000 loan with Mercantile
Bank for purchase of several
pieces of equipment.
The county will use approx-
imately $42,000 of the money
to buy a vibratory roller, a piece
of road equipment used to
compact rocks and soil. Road
superintendent Robert Fletch-
er diverted approximately
$30,000 of his budget toward
the purchase of the $72,000
vehicle. The county made up
the rest of the cost in the pur-
chase from Ring Power.
The remaining $344,000
of the loan will be used to
buy two new fire trucks plus
assorted fire equipment like
walkie-talkies and tools. The
trucks are scheduled to arrive
on May 22.
The commission empow-
ered Mr. Fraser to negotiate
with Mercantile to lower the
bank's proposed interest rate
of 4.5 percent. Mr. Fraser will
also try to get Mercantile to
Waive potential closing fees,
though he said Tuesday he
wasn't optimistic about that ef-
In other business before
the commission Tuesday eve-
ning, the board gave the Baker
(See page 2)


About the time this photo was taken on Tuesday afternoon, the Baker County Commission passed an emergency resolution
banning all outdoor burning (except attended cooking equipment) pending further notice. Here, assistant county fire chief Keith
Thrift surveys the remains of a wildfire off Cowpen Rd. northwest of Glen St. Mary that sent state and local crews scurrying to
prevent a start-up in tinder-dry woodlands the result of a long drought over northeast Florida and southeast Georgia. Several
hundred square miles of woodlands similar to the one Tuesday have been scorched by a two-week-old fire in Ware County, Ga. that
has drawn national attention. The ban will be lifted when conditions permit.

Ex-Glen councilmember dies in wreck

A veteran truck driver and former two-term
member of the Glen St. Mary Town
Council died the morning of April 27
when his tractor-trailer overturned in
Bradford County after colliding with
another eastbound vehicle that was
making a left-hand turn.
Alfred W. Godwin, 62, was taken
from the scene after the 10:00 am ac-
cident and pronounced dead at UF '
and Shands Starke hospital. The driv- .
er of the turning pickup truck and a
passenger received minor injuries.
Trooper D.R. Bazinet said Mr.
Godwin, a 14-year veteran driver for
Pritchett Trucking of Lake Butler, i '
was behind a 2004 Ford pickup driv- Mr.


en by Tyler Suess, 17, of Ocala when the second
vehicle slowed to make the turn into a
private driveway.
The semi driven by Mr. Godwin
hauling wood chips struck the left
side of the pickup, sending it into the
south shoulder where it came to rest.
The semi overturned onto its left side,
blocking both travel lanes of SR 100
east of Starke.
The pickup passenger was identi-
field as Leon Mulkey, 76, also of Oca-
' la.
,, l\ il Mr. Godwin served on the Glen
Board from October, 1989 to Septem-
.'i ber, 1999.
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'Ride with Fire' raises $7000+
A motorcycle rider with a shirt adorned with the name ofa Tallahassee riding club
was among an estimated 150 drivers and riders who hopped on their bikes the
morning of April 28 in Glen St. Mary for the fourth annual benefit to raise money for
the Baker County fire departments. She listens to a pre-ride briefing by John End,
one of the organizers (center, standing atop truck). Flanking Mr. End are county chief
Richard Dolan (left) and chaplain Doug Allen. The 84-mile course west through the
Osceola National Forest was traversed by 113 bikes; the event was followed by a
bike rodeo.

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Will ask commission

to 'fine-tun' family lots

(From page 1)
such lot per: family member per
lifetirie: Those are in addition to
requirements of the application
process. itself (evidence of rela-
tionship, proof of homestead on
the parent tract, etc.).
In other business April 26,
the planning board:
Agreed once more to send
up a recommendation for re-.
zoning by Robert Gray so he
can construct a home on a half-
acre parcel adjoining his cur-
rent residence on Larimer Rd.
of Woodlawn Rd. The county
commission earlier turned down
the request when neighbors ob-
Mr. Gray argued then and
again last week the parcel was
clearly twin lots when he pur-
chased it, as are several others
in the area. He has met other re-
quirements for the application,
including capping off an exist-
ing well.
The matter will once again be
scheduled for a hearing before
the county board, which acts as
its own zoning board.
Requests for variances to
Baker County's sign ordinance
will be sent up to the commis-
sion with a recommendation for
approval. All are on tracts slated
for development and 4X8 foot
surface areas are requested, ex-
ceeding the maximum 2X3 foot
allowed by the code.
The signs are soughtby Baker
900, LLC (Enterprise Business
Park) between US 90 and In-
terstate 10 near Arnold Rhoden
Rd.; for the Osceola Reserve de-
velopment for placement on CR
125 and Noah Raulerson Rd.;
For Navona Creek for place-
ment on CR 125 and Claude
Harvey Rd.
Barry Weber, who lives near.
the proposed business park, told
the panel he was "in shock" that
the tract was being considered
for that use. He was reminded
the planning board was consid-
ering only the sign request, and
requisite re-zoning for commer-
cial use will require future hear-
The planning staff approved
administratively a request by
Kristina Sondrini for a "family
lot" designation on 2.7 acres on
Shirley Rd. off SR 121 south
even though it did not fall in the
minimum AG 10 zoning desig-

Recommended a compro-
mise that will allow Calvin
Raulersoni a culvert off Odis
Yarbrough Road 120 feet from
a teeder road into St. Marys
Shoals Park instead of the mini-
mum 140 feet. Mr. Raulerson
told the planning board he was
given the impression by the
county road department that the
culvert would be allowed on the
west portion of his lot, and po-
sitioned the garage of his home
on that side.

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County Health Department the
go-ahead to start laying con-
crete for its proposed skate park,
perhaps as' soonr as-Thursday.
However, members: expressed
concern over the modified plan
presented by 'planning director
Ed Preston, namely, the inclu-
sion of a private vendor's kiosk
on the park's property.
"I'm concerned about this
vendor's kiosk," Commissioner
Julie Combs said. "... (with-
out) seeing if any other similar
businesses in the county (is in-
terested). I want to make sure
the county can't be held liable
if someone else is in control of
the property and they don't go
through proper procedures."
Commissioner Combs and
the other board members were
concerned with the bidding pro-
cedures for the kiosk's vendor.
The county has leased the land
to the health department, and
state regulations say govern-
ment entities must submit these
kind of proposals to an open
bidding process. The question
the commissioners asked was
whether the health department
would be required to meet those
procedures, and, if they did not,
whether the county would be
held liable for that failure.
County'Manager Joe Cone
vowed to look into the matter, as
well as to draw up. a more de-
tailed county-department lease

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sult in Baker getting $200,000
to improve the general camping
and boating facilities near the
river. However, it would require
the county to pony up match-
ing tunds, and Commissioner
Gordon Crews admitted that the
county didn't have $200,000.
The commission decided, how-
ever, to go ahead with the grant
application and deal with the
matching funds if the applica-
tion is accepted.
County Manager Cone told
the board that inspections of the
air handling system at the county
courthouse came up negative for
mold. IAQ, an air quality com-
pany in Jacksonville, did tell
Mr. Cone that loose insulation
was a problem in several vents.
The company speculated that
the insulation, which would be
carried by the air stream to offic-
es around the courthouse, might
be the cause of complaints from
courthouse staff.
Mr. Cone was authorized* to
see if there's any company in

for the land.
Board members also decided
this week to discuss at a public
hearing the state's recent deci-
sion to amend upward the low-
\inconme" homestead exemption
courities can offer fioin '25,000
to $50,000. Under previous state
law, counties had the option to
raise the standard $25,000 home-
stead exemption to $50,000 for
people 65 or older making less
than $24,214 a year. The modi-
fications to the law would al-
low Baker County to raise that
exemption to the $75,000 level.
The commission's next meeting
and public hearing is scheduled
for May 21.
Supervisor of Elections Nita
Crawford informed the, board
of a special election to replace
state senator Nancy Argenziano,
who will take a position on the
Florida Public Service Commis-
sion. The primary election will
be held on June 5; the general
election on June 26. The costs
will be paid by the county, but
the state will reimburse in Sep-
The commission decided
unanimously to send off two,
related grant applications for
the St. Marys Shoals Park to
the Florida Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection. The first
grant, if accepted, would give
Baker County $65,000 to build
two canoe/kayak launches on
the river.
The second grant would re-

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A great time to merge sign and other ordinances

TI P SSINS He also suggested the or- and county, his suggestions need seek positioning at the SR 228 into a massive eyesore. Alreac
IMPRESSIONS dinance be synchronized with to be taken seriously particu- interchange, the preponderance of auto r
Macclenny's companion sign larly in light of the fact that more All of them will want the larg- pair shops (plus accompanying
JIM McGAULEY laws to ensure uniformity. new signs will pop up in the next est signs allowed by ordinance, junk vehicles) are dotting tl

It was, as they say, a throw-
away line.
The county's planning direc-
tor, Ed Preston, mentioned al-
most in passing last week during
a meeting of the Local Planning
Agency that he believes the
current sign ordinance adopted
three years ago could use some

Mr. Preston offered the opin-
ion that violations of the coun-
ty's sign code are numerous
but have been allowed to slide.
They certainly don't fall within
the definition of common cases
brought before the county's
Code Enforcement Board.
Since the quality, type and
size of signs are key elements in
the overall appearance of a city

decade here than ever before.
How they look is a reflection
on us.
Macclenny also could use a
fresh look at its sign laws, and
is well advised to coordinate the
effort with the county's planning
and zoning office.
The city will be inundated in
coming months with requests
as new retailers and restaurants

Forgetting what you've ridden


Big Yawn.
Heavy drooping eyelids.
Two weekends ago, I was up
all night partying with the se-
niors. No, I'm not talking about
the Council on Aging, though
they're a pretty fun bunch, I'm
talking about the Class of 2007
at Baker County High School.
Before you call your school
board member to report that
Gerard was at some wild high
school party, I was at Grad Bash
at Universal Studios in Orlando.
Grad Bash, for the uninformed, is
Universal's answer to Grad Nite
at Disney World. High schools
from all over the state come to
Orlando to ride rides, and dance
the night away with big name
and medium-name bands.
The big name band for this
party was My Chemical Ro-
mance. If you don't know who
they are, it shows you have been
gapped. My son and his buddies
were in the front row of the con-
cert and were pretty impressed. I
was not. As a long time grad par-
ty-goer, I know that when the top
bands are playing is the best time
to ride the popular attractions.
Actually, by the time the concert
rolled around at midnight, I think
my feet hurt and I was looking
for someplace to sit down.
I'm not as young as I used
to be. Ten or fifteen years ago I
could ride as many attractions as
the high schoolers and not bat an
eye. Now my eyes aren't just bat-
ting they're drooping as the
clock passes midnight. Over the
years I've traveled with chaper-
ones like Betty Sands, Carmean
Johnson and Fay Sinclair. who
knew all the best places to put
up one's feet and relax while the
party raged on.
I've noticed also that I don't
remember things quite as clearly
as I did.
I was getting ready to ride the
Mummy Returns, one of the hot
ticket rides at Universal. Mark
Hartley and Johnnie Jacobs and
I were standing in line. My wife
doesn't do fast rides and neither
does Mark's wife Ronda.
"I don't think I've been on this

ride before," I said as we pre-
pared to leave the chicken-heart-
ed women and.join the throng.
"Yes you have," said Kelley.
"We were just here in the fall and
you and the boys rode it."
"Nah. I don't remember."
Sure enough, as soon as I got
on the ride, it all came back and
I remembered how much I loved
it. The remainder of the night,
the same thing happened over
and over.
"I don't think I've-been on the
Spiderman ride."
"Yes you have and you loved
it." She was right again.
We rode Men in Black and it
happened again. I swore up and
down I hadn't ridden on the Su-
percoaster, The Hulk. Wrong
"You know, Bob," said Mark
Hartley, "this is a sure sign of ag-
ing. Ronda claims I forget things
all the time."
"He does," said Ronda. "Par-
ticularly things I tell him."
Brother, do I wish that she
hadn't said that. That triggered
Kelley, who claims I haven't re-
membered a single thing she has
told me in five years.
"I'll tell him something and
he will swear up and down that I
haven't said it."
"I don't believe that you actu-
ally have. I think that you're us-
ing my diminishing mental fac-
ulties as an excuse because you
forgot to tell me something in the
first place."
"See what I have to*live with?"
Kelley shrugged.
"Mark does the same thing,"
said Ronda. "I think that's true of
all men."
"How about it, Johnnie?"
"Don't get me in on this,"

waved off Jacobs.
"He pleads the Fifth," I said.
"In the defense of men, let me
say this one thing."
"Here it comes," said Kelley.
"I believe we men are geneti-
cally stamped with much smaller
memories than women. We can
only remember a tiny percentage
of all the things our wives tell us.
We can't help it. It's just the way
we are."
I believe that and I can prove
All you men, just think about
the last time that your wife did
something to offend you. You
might have been miffed, maybe
even a few heated words passed
your lips. But I guarantee with-
in a couple of days you forgot
the whole thing. In fact, if she
brought it up, you'd have to be
reminded of what she was talk-
ing about.
Now think of the last time
you did something to offend
your wife. Heated words, sleep
on the couch, all that. In a few
days it might have blown over.
But don't be misled. Somewhere
in the vast computer-like mem-
ory banks that are a woman's
brain,,that slight is still lurking
there, ready to be recalled at a-
moment's notice if the occasion
That occasion might not arise
until years later at a family re-
union when she'll trot out the
time in .1985 when you forgot
her anniversary.
I'm not saying it's happened
to me. I'm only speaking hypo-
thetically, of course. So if I for-
get riding the Mummy Returns
or Men in Black, cut me a little
I'm just a guy.

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and that's the key. Both city and
county should reduce the maxi-
mum allowable sign surface and
keep them close to the ground
- eye level when practical.
Signs and billboards along
the interstate are a bit different,
but they also should be kept to
minimum size and height.
Take the new Wal-Mart, for
instance. A towering sign an-
nounces its location to inter-
state traffic, and another tower-
ing sign greets motorists on SR
228 at the main entrance as
if people on 228 don't know
where it is.
Macclenny and Glen St.
Mary are going to face the same
challenge on US 90. If tight con-
trols are not put into place now,
that stretch will soon blossom


real cowboys"
My family never raised cows,
but many of our neighbors did.
Each spring their cows always
managed to get through the fence
that bordered
our creek, cross TH
over and graze 1TH
happily all day
in my father's PO R
lower pasture.
As evening de- KELLEYLA
scendedd they
made their way slowly up the
trail and meandered through
the woods that surrounded our
By late evening, when we
were all asleep, they arrived in
the yard to spend the rest of the
night milling around the house.
The next morning they had van-
ished, but the yard would be
full of hoof prints, flowers and
shrubs would be trampled and
there would be cow poop as far
as the eye could see.
We got used to jumping the
piles as we made our way across
the yard to walk to the bus stop.
It aggravated the daylights out
of my mother, who would turn
on the garden hose and angrily
blast the offending objects into
oblivion while complaining
Coming home from visiting
friends this past Easter Sunday,
I encountered a herd of about 20
longhorn steers, a bull, several
heifers and some calves who de-
cided to hang out in the middle
of SR 125 a few miles north of
Glen St. Mary. Just when they
seemed to be moving clear of
the road, they'd suddenly turn
and dart back in the opposite
direction. This went on for 25
minutes, causing cars to slam
on brakes and traffic to back up.
A deputy showed up and sev-
eral motorists pulled over, got
out and began shooing the herd
away. They found an opening in
a fence and off they went, finally
clearing the road.
Ed Wilkinson tells me he re-
members when there were no
fence laws and cows ranged free
all over the woods in the Clay
Hill community near Maxville
where he has lived for decades.
In those days, a man branded his
cows so he could identify and


landscape. They, too, need to be
phased out to create a more uni-
form commercial district.
The county, Glen St. Mary
and Macclenny should establish
a joint committee of volunteers,
people with both expertise and
good taste, to advise them on
matters like signs, landscap-
ing and other aesthetics that jell
together to make a community
look good.
With commercialization yet
to take take on key arteries like
SR 228, CR 125 in south Glen
and the US 90 corridor, there
couldn't be a better time to
merge ordinances into a uniform
The county administration
should take the lead in this ef-
fort and make something

bout the

separate them from others when
Ed once got wind that a fella
named Griner had a cow that
had jumped
SA / the fence and
ICK 1. was eating up
people's yards.
CH A $50 reward
was offered
NNIGAN for anyone
who could pen
the cow. Since $50 was a lot of
money in those times, the road
became filled with folks in cars
and trucks cruising up and down
hoping to spot the cow and col-
lect the reward.
Ed and his friend JC Nolan
loaded up their horses and drove
them to the edge of the woods
where the cow was last seen.
They rode into the woods and
soon stumbled upon the outlaw
cow. They found an aggravat-
ing section of barbed wire fence,
too. Every time they got near
the cow she jumped the fence.
Finally, the cow got tangled and
down she went. They got a rope
around her and off JC went to
bring the truck down into the
He never came back. It seemed
hours went by and Ed was practi-
cally sitting on the cow's head to
keep hold of her. Just as Ed gave
out, JC suddenly reappeared.
The truck had gotten stuck and
he was covered from head to toe
in mud. Finally, they delivered
the cow and collected the much
deserved reward.
JC and Ed were friends for
nearly 60 years and Ed has vivid
memories of working with JC,
whose family raised cattle for a
"I called him the last cow-
boy," says Ed.
These men did their "cow
boying" during the 1940s and
50s when screw flies and ticks
would eat nearly half a cow's
head off. Wounds were treated
with turpentine.
JC is now deceased, but the
last cowboy is always present in
Ed's heart.
"I respected him. In all those
years, we never exchanged one
cross word," says Ed.

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Kathy Mankinen (left) presents Project Moses bassinet recently to Sue Murphy and
Kerry Dunlavey of the Baker County Health Department. Also on hand (not pic-
tured) for the presentation was Rev. Alton Coles of the AME Ministerial Alliance.
Photo courtesy of Sarah Holdstein

Reducing SIDS risk

with donated bassinets

Sudden Infant Death Sym-
drome (SID) touched Baker
County late last year when 3-
month-old Bryce Finley of Mac-
clenny died in his sleep. He was
a well cared-for and loved baby.
. Kathy Mankinen, past presi-
dent of the Northeast Florida
Healthy Start Coaltion, knew
the Finley family personally and
wanted to do something in mem-
ory of that beautiful baby boy.
From that desire emerged
"Hold Out the Lifeline's Project
Moses," an initiative of the AME
Ministerial Alliance that makes
beautiful bassinets given to fami-
lies in need. They will be distrib-
uted locally through the Healthy

West I-lOre
The resurfacing of Interstate
10 in western Baker Coutnty
began April 30 with planned
24-hour a day lane closures for
the duration of the project from
Monday at 6:00 am until Friday
at 6:00 am, according to the
Florida Department of Transpor-
There will be no work allowed
during weekends due to heavier
The nine-mile long segment
begins at the Columbia-Baker
county line and ends at the U.S.
90 interchange west of Sander-
son. The entire segment is within
the Osceola National Forest
and there are no exits along the
The milling and re-surfacing
head east with two-mile long lane
closures. The speed limit will be
reduced to 60 mph when lanes
are closed and workers are pres-
ent, and law enforcement will be
enforcing the limits. Speeding
fines are doubled in construction
The entrance and. exit ramps
to the rest areas will be impacted
during the resurfacing project,
however the rest areas west of
Sanderson will remain open.
Work has already been com-
pleted on moving the motorist
aid call boxes to make them ac-
cessible to those in wheelchairs.
Drainage improvements have

Start Program and Baker County
Health Department.
In partnership with the Safe
Sleqp Campaign, the bassinets
crafted by Marion Circuit AME
Church in Jasper, Fla. are used
to increase awareness on how to
position an infant to get ready for
sleep, the dangers of bed sharing
and importance of breast feed-
Although not all SIDS cases
are preventable, parents can re-
duce many risk factors by creat-
ing a safe sleep environment for
their babies.
For more information, contact
Sarah Holdstein at the coalition,
279-0885,ex. 129.

paving begins
been completed.
The $8.3 million project
should be completed by fall. The
contractor is Anderson Columbia
Company Inc., of Lake City.

The sheriff's department spe-
cial response team arrested two
occupants of a residence off CR
130 (Mud Lake Road) late on
March 28 while serving a search
warrant that resulted in seizure
of an undisclosed amount of co-
Booked for possession with
intent to distribute were John D.
(Rocky) Blanton, 43, who oc-
cupied the residence, and Jason
Oralls, 32, who was there when
the team stormed the mobile
home about 10:30. Mr. Oralls
faces an additional count of bat-
tery of an officer and resisting
arrest with violence.
Lt. Gerald Gonzalez, chief of
patrol operations, said the added
charge against Mr. Oralls result-
ed from a struggle with Deputy
Ben Anderson during which he
allegedly shoved the officer,
then attempted to escape from
the trailer.
Mr. Blanton was driving a
vehicle two days earlier when it
was stopped by Deputy Ander-
son on CR 229 south for weav-
ing on the roadway.
Passenger Larry (Bubba)
Harvey, 39, of Sanderson was
arrested for having three pack-
ets of crack cocaine in his right

boot. The officer said he first
observed a "shiny object" on the
suspect's ankle when Mr. Har-
vey exited the vehicle.
Mr. Blanton was given a
warning ticket.
Lt. Gonzalez said he could
not comment further on wheth-
er the traffic stop and warrant
served two days later were re-
lated, because the case is being
referred to federal jurisdiction
and thus may be part of a larger
All three suspects have ar-
rest records for drug-related and
other offenses.
In another case, this one
stemming from an arrest in the
early morning hours of April
29, Jeremy Jenkins was charged
with misdemeanor marijuana
Deputy John Hardin said he
stopped a 2007 Chevrolet pick-
up on Lowder and US 90 about
3:00 after he observed it swerve
out of its northbound lane.
Mr. Jenkins denied using
drugs or alcohol, and consented
to a vehicle search that turned up
a small jar of pot behind an arm
rest. He *vas also ticketed for
driving with a license restricted
to work use.

Accuses brother-in-law in burglary
A Macclenny woman told the trunk of his 2000 Nissan Al-
police April 27 that her brother- tima. Jarrett Fuller, 22, told po-
in-law likely stole more than lice he was planning on showing
$800 worth of property from her the weapon to his father.
home. Mr. Fuller told police no one
Gina Harris, 26, accused knew the gun was in his car and
Genaro Harris, her brother-in- could not think of possible sus-
law, of stealing $800 in assorted pects.
jewelry from her bedroom. She The clerk at the Fastway
told police she suspected Mr. Olustee told police he was un-
Harris because her ex-husband's able to identify the person who
home in Georgia had also been paid for items on March 22 with
recently robbed. a counterfeit $20 bill. The sher-
Ms. Harris' mother had been iff's department took the offend-
at.the home and left the front ing bill into custody.
door open. Police were unable A local high school student
to lift any prints from the scene, lost his cell phone April 25 when
and haven't yet located Mr. Har- it was taken from a locker while
ris. he was in gym class. The student
In other incidents, a Mac- told police that the Nextel 1-530
clenny man was robbed April 29 cell phone was taken at around
of the shotgun he was keeping in 9:00 am.

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A public hearing on the adoption of the proposed ordinances will be held on Tuesday,
May 8, 2007 in the City Commission Chambers at City Hall, 118 East Macclenny
Avenue, Macclenny, Florida. The City Commission meeting will begin at 6:00 pm and
the public hearing will be held shortly after the meeting is called to order. Interested
persons may appear at the hearing and be heard regarding the adoption of the proposed

Complete legal descriptions of the subject properties and the proposed ordinances are
available for review at the City Manager's Office, City Hall, on Monday through Friday
during regular business hours. Should any person decide to appeal any decision made
as a result of this hearing, such person will need a record of the proceedings and may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of these proceedings is made. In accordance with
the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing accommodation or an interpreter
to participate in this proceeding should contact the City Manager at (904) 259-0971 at
least 48 hours prior to the time of the hearing.

The Baker County sheriff's
department is not aware of any
connection in the apparent theft
of two ATV 4-wheeled vehicles
during the night of April 23.
Both were Honda models.
Jason Bassile said a red ATV
was taken from his residence off
Deerwood Circle between 1:00-
7:00 am, though it was not re-
ported missing until about 10:20
that morning.
Deputy Bill Starling said shoe
prints suggest it was pushed


The City Commission of the City of Macclenny shall consider adoption of the
following ordinances providing for acceptance of voluntary requests of property owners
to annex land into the corporate limits of the city of Macclenny:

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Pair forms a non-profit to house older teens after group care
BY KELLEY LANNIGAN According to Ms. White, a get their GED. By age 18 they could turn that situation around. rating as early as September have never even seen the beach
Press Staff teen may be moved from group have "aged out" of the system. They envision a facility to house 2007. Teachers from the coun- here. Going into Jacksonville
home to group home, thus The state is no longer respon- young men and women that ty's schools have already volun- to do anything is a big deal to
Laurie White, a staff advo- heightening the uncertaintity of sible for housing them and they would not totally disrupt school, teered to help with tutoring. The them," said Ms. Cabral.
cate for Guardian ad Litem of their lives. They end up separat- have to leave the group homes, activities or friendships, ladies ultimately hope to build a Both women agree that the
Florida, has been involved with ed from friends, school, church "We're talking about kids In a positive, family-like en- larger facility in the near future. need is great to insure that Baker
the organization for the past 18 and other ties that might have that don't have a clue about how vironment, residents would be They also hope for volunteers County teens become productive
years been, even inconsistently, a con- to do basic things like grocery provided in-house counseling from the community to handle members of the community, not
During that time Ms. White stant element of their routine, shop or write a check," says Ms. and academic tutoring. Volun- helpful things like cut the grass merely sad statistics.
and her co-worker Bernice Ca- Once removed and placed in White. "They end up homeless, teers in the community would or even take a group of the kids For more information, to
bral, also a staff advocate, have group homes, many may never living on the streets. Some end be available to mentor residents fishing or swimming or some make a donation or volunteer
come to see first hand, the very in many basic life skills such as other supervised activity. your time please call Laurie
pressing need for a Baker Coun- cooking, doing laundry, keeping "We're talking about kids White at 434-2174 or Bernice
ty facility to house teenagers a budget. A stable environment who have had little opportunity Cabral at 259-8953.
who are removed by court order 5 dc o to u much of anything. Many
REl nd h to do much of anything. Many
y ohelf-eteern and-connfideonceand

from their homes.
The two ladies have formed
a non-profit corporation called
The Baker Bunch, which is in
the first stages of fund-raising
to establish just such a facility in
the county.
Foster homes aren't'available,
the ladies contend, and state-run
group homes are not meeting
fundamental needs of teenagers.
Guardians ad Litem represent
the voice of childicri in the court
system and make recommenda-
tions with the children's best in-
terest in mind.
These children come from
some very challenging situa-
tions. Parents may be caught in
a cycle of poverty, alcoholism or
drug use. There may be only one
parent in the household. As a
result of such unstable environ-'
ments children can be subject
to violence, physical, verbal or
sexual abuse or neglect.
Infants and young children
can often be placed with rela-
tives. For those who don't have
that option, there are foster
homes. But for teenagers, the
situation is very different. They
end up housed in group homes
maintained by the state of Flor-
ida and are in locations outside
of Baker County such as Yulee,
Orlando and St. Augustine.
"Foster homes don't want
te-ena[--r." says Ms. White.
"BeCL :iie of their volatile home
experiences, teenagers are often
angry, distrustful and exhibit
behavior problems. Medication
may be used to control the be-
havior. Foster homes turn them
out quickly if they are problem-
atic and they endi up in the state-
run group homes."


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The value of stolen jewelry,
a computer, television and other
items from the residence of Eu-
gene and Donna Richardson off
Mud Lake Road on April 26 ex-
ceeds $11,000.
Ms. Richardson called po-
lice when she returned just after
noon and noticed a television
and jewelry box missing from
her bedroom. When the couple
completed an initial inventory
of missing property, the total
came to $11,030. Deputy Garrett
Bennett said there was no sign
of forced entry to the residence
south of Sanderson, and no foot-
prints or tire tracks discernible
on the gravel driveway.
The burglary occurred some-
time after 8:30 that morning,
and a canvas of the neighbors in
the mostly rural area turned up
no concrete leads.
Storage tenant Mary Barrios
said two suitcases and collect-
ibles were taken from her garage
space at Dixie Mini-Storage off
Willis Hodges Rd. in south Mac-
clenny between April 23-26.
Deputy Gavin Sweat noted
a chisel-like device appears to
have been used to force open the
locks at the Barrios garage and
at least ten others. She attached
no monetary value to her miss-
ing property.
Owner Brent Whitney said he
had no intention of notifying po-
lice of the incidents, adding he
would handle an investigation

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Ms. Cabral and Ms. White

re-establish contact with family
as parents lose interest and stop
bothering with their teens.
Ms. White argues that group
homes provide no nurturing or
direction. Teens run away often
and many don't finish school or

up working as prostitutes to
survive. Baker County is losing
many of its teens in this way and
it's tragic."
Ms. White and Ms. Cabral
strongly believe that establishing
a facility like The Baker Bunch

empower teens with skills that
would increase their chances of
ultimately becoming self-sus-
taining and capable of making
good decisions and handling re-
"We hope to.have a visitor's
center, too," says Ms. Cabral. "A
place where parents or relatives
could visit with the child and
have quality one-on-one time,
even go out and play a game of
basketball if they want."
At present the only place such
visitation takes place is in the
Guardian ad Litem office and is
not adequate, according to the
ladies, to meet the needs of chil-
dren and parents.
The Baker Bunch is apply-
ing for grants and funding from
family friendly foundations to
help make the Baker County
homes a reality. Ms. White and
Ms. Cabral hope to find two
houses one for females, one.
for males, staff each with a full-
time, live-in director and be op-

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Food bank is feeding

2000 needy a month

or Nancy Foss, Tuesday mornings mean
one thing: helping at Samaritan Center,
a Christian-based food bank operated
by the Baker County Minister's Association lo-
cated on Hwy,90 near Glen St. Mary.

"Everyone here loves God and BY KELLE
so we love fulfilling God's com- Pre.
mandment which is to love one
another," Ms. Foss says.
Inside the clean, well-lit, one room facility the
walls are lined with shelves and freezers hum soft-
ly in the back-
ground. Tabitha -
Smith of St. .,.
George, Ga.,
Jean Hines and
director Denise
Melton, both
of Macclenny
and Ms. Foss, a
Baxter resident,
unpack and sort
a delivery of
food items.
About 40
volunteers serve
the organization
,which operates
six days a week
and is funded by
food and mon-
etary donations
from corpora-
tions, churches
and individuals. .-"-
Currently, Sa-
maritan feeds -
about 2000
needy people -
each month.
When a cli-
ent enters Sa- .
maritan, Ms.
Hines pulls up
their record on
the computer :
S s im tpuir Nancy Foss, Jean Hines, Denise Melton
and logs in their box.
visit. The other
volunteers then
get to work collecting items to fill a "standard food
box" from the resources currently in stock.
According to Ms. Foss, numerous causes .con-
tribute to a person needing food assistance. Clients'
are often referred by churches and are predomi-
nately senior citizens. Many are families struggling
with devastating illness or lost jobs. Many are un-
wed mothers. Some simply do not have adequate
income to meet basic needs.
-She cites a typical example: An elderly couple,
one of whom has a serious health problem, live
on $400 Social Security per month. If their house
were not already paid for, they would be homeless.
Their utility bill alone may be over $200, some-
times more depending on the season. They have to
save all year to pay their taxes.
There isn't much left for groceries.
According to Ms. Melton, Samaritan evaluates
the people they serve on the basis of monthly in-
come, size of family and other services they cur-
rently receive such as food stamps, Medicaid, tem-
porary and public housing assistance. A record is
established on each client and the evaluation infor-
mation forms are the same used by the Department
of Agriculture and Consumer Services' Bureau of
Food Distribution.
Repeat clients are given food once per month
and visits are recorded. A standard food box will
contain bread, pasta, canned goods and coffee
and is prepared according to weight based on how
many people it will serve. A single person typi-
cally receives 13-15 lbs. of food; a family of four or
more receives up to 30 lbs. When perishable items
such as yogurt are in abundance, they are given out
freely. When the center is well stocked with baby
formula, it is given out by the case.
When Samaritan receives food in bulk such as
dried beans or frozen dinner rolls, it is divided into
portions and placed in plastic bags. The workers
wear disposable, plastic gloves when handling food
to insure cleanliness.

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Although the typical Samaritan client is a repeat
visitor who is registered with the facility, visitors
who may be passing through and are in need are
also accommodated.
"We will feed anyone once, regardless of level of
need. No one is ever turned away,"
says Ms. Melton.
LANNIGAN Ms. Foss feels lucky to be work-
Staff ing as a volunteer at Samaritan.
S"The organization once helped
my husband and I when we both fell ill at the same
time and were in need. That was a tough time, but
Samaritan really helped us get through it. I wanted
to give back that
.'-Y- same blessing,
S so I became a
Ms. Foss be-
lieves that hav-
Sing experienced
the situation
from both sides.
helps her truly
relate to the cli-
S... ents that Samar-
itan serves.
to Ms. Foss,
many people
are forced into
asking for help.
They may be
and angry about
S. their situation.
Accepting char-
ity is difficult
and they' don't
always behave
with civility
when they come
to the food
"But, when
you've walked
in their shoes
S .and I have, it's
dTit ., ith ,,it,,h a standard foo much easier to

deal with their
sometimes brusque attitude," she says.
Samaritan also caters to the spiritual needs of
clients, often before the physical needs. Prayer is a
big part of Samaritan's service if it is needed.
"Everything stops for prayer," the volunteers
say. "Sometimes people are in immediate need of
prayer and the hungry heart takes precedence over
the hungry bod ." . ... ''.
Samaritan receives a lot of support and coopera-
tion from members of the community. Macclenny
citizens or representatives from local organizations
regularly make trips to food distribution centers,
some a good distance away, to pick up donated sur-
plus food. Many farmers donate overage of produce
and eggs. Schools, churches and businesses con-
duct food drives. Organizations like Baker County
sheriff's department routinely helps out with trans-
porting food supplies.
Supporters help out in other ways, too.
Ms. Foss praises her employer Dean Griffis at
The Glen Cash Store, who makes sure her Tuesday
mornings are free so she can volunteer at Samari-
tan. "Mr. Griffis has been great," she says. "He be-
lieves strongly in what we do."
According to volunteers, the only downside of
working at Samaritan is when food supplies dwin-
dle. Since the food bank is stocked by donations,
sometimes there is abundance and variety; other
times the shelves become pretty bare. On occasion
there is no food and the center will not be open
during those times. Yet, that's when the miracles
occur, at least in the eyes of the volunteers.
The shelves will be almost entirely empty and
just when they get ready to close, someone appears
with a large donation.
"Its happened that way so much, it just can't be
coincidence," the volunteers agree. "Its like the
Lord looks down and sees the need and provides."
Samaritan is open Monday through Thursday,
9:00 1:00; Friday and Saturday 11:00 1:00.

City, railroad
CSX Transportation wants
railroad crossing in Macclen
and the Downtown Revitalizat
money and more leased space
At the moment, both sides
get what they want.
City Manager Gerald Dops
April 27 to CSX outlining wh
fore considering the railroad's
crossing, one of four in the co
Those demands include th
land on both sides of the ra
east to Fourth Street for angel
also wants $7,500 offered earl

A CSX train goes through the College St. crossing.

debate terms of crossing closing
s the College Street close the crossing, and said it would ask CSX for
my closed. The city an additional donation to the committee.
tion Committee want "The City of Macclenny is prepared to hold a
:e for parking in re- public hearing to discuss closing the railroad cross-
ing at College Street," Mr. 'Dopson wrote. "How-
don't know if they'll ever, we will require a written agreement from the
CSX Railroad outlining the particulars of the lease
on sent off a letter on (contingent on the closing) before holding the pub-
iat the city wants be- lic hearing. Having this commitment in writing is
s request to close the crucial for us to sell the closing to the public."
)re downtown. CSX has long sought to close crossings to less-
e lease of 28 feet of en the company's liability. The city and committee
ilroad from SR 121 believe added downtown parking is vital for a re-
ed parking. The city energized downtown community.
lier by the railroad to The railroad has offered to lease 20 feet.

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A warrant was issued for the
arrest of Brittany Paige, 20, of
Macclenny for repeatedly strik-
ing Ashley Copeland, 22, of
Macclenny with a beer bottle
during an attack outside the
Club 229 north of Sanderson
about 1:00 am on April 28.
Ms. Copeland, who was treat-
ed at the Fraser Hospital emer-
gency room for a large head
laceration, told Deputy John
Hardin Ms. Paige struck her for
"an unknown reason" while the
two talked outside the bar. She
continued to strike her after Ms.
Copeland fell to the ground and
several patrons pulled Ms. Paige
off her, according to the victim
and two witnesses.
The warrant was to be ob-
tained on Monday of this week.
In other reports, sworn com-
plaints resulted from other al-
leged attacks and threats, in-
cluding one at Northeast Florida
State Hospital on April 16 that
was not reported until April 23.
On the earlier date, employ-
ee Adrium Jefferson, 38, of
Sanderson said she had to lock
herself in a nursing station to
avoid- patient Marvin Diaz, 50,
who threatened her with a but-

Trial begins

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'burial deaths'

of couple...
(From page 1)

te med the Nixon plea agreement
"a killer deal" that got the defen-
d4nt off the hook and deflected a
possible death penalty.
* The four allegedly bound the
couple with duct tape and brought
them to Charlton County in the
trunk of their own vehicle as
part of a robbery scheme. They
buried the Sumners in a shallow
gra% e that had been excavated
thr:e days before the murder.
SIn other court activity in
Jacksonville involving a Baker
County resident, 47-year-old
Theresa Field of Glen St. Mary
was sentenced to three years in
prison for DUI manslaughter in
the death of a woman on Inter-
state 10 inApril, 2005.
:Ms. Field, who had no prior
criminal past and a clean driving
record, was at the wheel of a ve-
hicle that plowed into the rear of
one parked in the emergency lane
just west of Baldwin. The impact
killed Shane M. Schmidt, 32, a
Navy non-commissioned officer
recently returned from Iraq.
Ms. Schmidt was on a cell
phone at the time with her hus-
band, an inmate in a Panama
City prison.
An investigation pegged Ms.
Field's blood alcohol level at
.16, twice that allowed in Flori-
da. The Florida Highway Patrol
estimated she was going 70 mph
when she struck the rear of Ms.
Schmidt's car.
Following the prison sen-
tence, she will be on probation
five years and perform 250 hours
community service. Ms. Field's
driver's license was taken away
for life.


ter knife. Ms. Jefferson said
the patient became angry and
threatened the knife attack after
she broke up an earlier verbal
confrontation between him and
another patient.
Ms. Jefferson said she hid in
the locked office after a fellow
employee overheard Mr. Diaz
say he was going to kill her. Be-
fore hospital security arrived,
she said Mr. Diaz approached
the nursing station waving a
knife in the air.
She told Deputy Bill Starling
that Mr. Diaz obtained a stain-
less steel knife from a dining
area. The report does not address
the delay in the complaint.
SA second criminal complaint
resulted from a confrontation
between two women in Glen St.
Mary late on April 27.
Leigh Boyer-Radzin, 34, of
Glen said she was knocked to
the ground and beaten by Laura
Lockwood, 40, of Jacksonville
after the victim went to an ad-
dress on Andrews St. to retrieve
her infant.
She had earlier left that ad-
dress with the baby following a
confrontation with her boyfriend
and the child's father, Chris-
topher Anderson, 34, of Glen.
The boyfriend and his brother,
31-year-old Charles Pipkins,
followed her and took the baby
The confrontation between
the two women resulted from an
attempt by Ms. Lockwood to get
Ms. Radzin to leave the proper-
ty. Deputy Curtis Ruise said he
noted facial bruises and swell-
ing consistent with the victim's
version of events.
Deputy Ruise contacted the
Department of Children and
Families, after Mr. Anderson
said Ms. Radzin left their five-
month old daughter unattended
in the gazebo at Friendship Park
in Glen, then rushed off with her
to a nearby residence where he
claimed drugs were being used.
The boyfriend and other
witnesses said the mother was
drunk when the confrontation
occurred, and th~Ashe attempted
to pick a fight with Mr. Ander-
son by pulling his hair.

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Woman stung with taser

Police tasered a woman in the
parking lot of Lyman Green's
BBQ in Macclenny on April 24.
Deputy Curtis Ruise said he
was called to the US 90 restau-
rant in response to a car alarm
going off in the parking lot.
He found Judy McAndrew, 49,
sleeping in her 2003 Nissan
Maxima, and the officer noted
that Ms. McAndrew smelled
strongly of alcohol.
Police say Ms. McAndrew
told them she was at a bar ear-
lier that night and a man drove
her around Jacksonville. He
later brought her back to Mac-
clenny and left her in the car at
Lyman Green's. Ms. McAndrew
told police she let her dog oit to
urinate and then locked herself
in the car. The dog remained
Deputy Ruise said in his re-
port that Ms. McAndrew "start-
ed getting verbally aggressive at
us." After being unable to calm
her down, Deputy Ruise tried to
arrest her. He says she resisted.
It was then that Deputy John
Hardin, who was on the scene
as back-up, tasered Ms. McAn-
drew. She was taken to the Bak-
er County jail.
In other reports, a Glen St.
Mary man was forced to replace
five tires on two trucks when
someone placed roofing nails on
his driveway.
William Roy, 51, told police
on April 25 that someone had
put the nails on the driveway
of his Blue Jay Lane home be-
tween April 16 and April 20.





Mr. Roy named a neighbor as a
suspect because the man's dogs
killed some of his chickens, and
in retaliation Mr. Roy called ani-
mal control to get the dogs con-
Richard Frost, 36, a waiter at
the Macclenny Waffle. House,
reported the back window of his
1979 Chevy broken out while he
was working. Mr. Frost told po-
lice several customers had com-
plained to him earlier that their
table wasn't cleaV, but he could
not identify any suspects.
Deputies arrested Michael
Jackson, 25, on Klein Road and
Honeysuckle in Glen St. Mary
on April 28 when they allegedly
found him shouting obscenities
and being restrained by friends
from attacking his mother and
The friends told police that
Mr. Jackson was involved in a
verbal argument with the two
over a car. The friends restrained
him before the argument got vi-
And Tallahassee resident
James Everett, 25, was arrested
on April 23 at the American Inn
after he invited police into his
hotel room. There, Deputy Sgt.
Thomas Dyal says he noticed
a glass pipe commonly used to
smoke marijuana on the dresser.
According to Deputy Dyal, Mr.
Everett admitted to having other
drugs in the room. Police found
marijuana and two ecstasy pills.
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Complaint names boyfriend

for making threats with a knife

A Glen St. Mary woman told
police on April 29 her live-in
boyfriend held a knife to her
throat and threatened to kill her.
Deputy Darrin Whitaker
found Connie Clark, 42, cry-
ing in her East Riverside Drive
home when he arrived on the
scene. Ms. Clark told police
she woke up that night to find
her boyfriend Bryan Staltz, 41,
standing over her. She alleged
that Mr. Staltz grabbed her by
her hair, held a black-handled
knife to her throat and loudly
threatened to kill her if she tried
to get a restraining order.
Ms. Clark told Deputy Whita-
ker that Mr. Staltz hit her on the
back of her head and placed his
hands around her neck, adding
that her boyfriend threatened
again to kill her, this time if she
called police. Mr. Staltz alleged-
ly threw both Ms. Clark's house
and cell phones into the yard.
Deputy Whitaker says Ms.
Clark had red marks on her neck
and a bruise on her hand. He also

states that a lock of Ms. Clark's
hair was found in her bed. Police
were unable to find Mr. Staltz.
In other incidents, Macclen-
ny resident Grace Church, 38,
told police on April 24 that three
women threatened her, violating
an existing restraining order.
Ms. Church accused Alicia
Moore, Chazatee Moore and
Avadon Carter of coming to
her Grisholm Street home and
threatening her with large sticks.
Deputy William Hilliard says
the three women were out of
the area when he arrived at the
scene and couldn't be located.
Charges were filed through the
state attorney's office.
And Heather Norman, 20, of
Macclenny, told police her ex-
boyfriend, Dominick Capelli III,
called her cell phone in violation
of a restraining order. Police say
that both individuals have filed
restraining orders against the
other. Charges were filed against
Mr. Capelli.


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 3, 2007 Page 8

SZip! Glen takes three
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minutes to cose roads

Seeking a slice ofFlorida in Alaska
Kathy Parker laughs during her presentation at the Baker County Rotary Club on
April 25. Ms. Parker is the head of Project Alaska, an organization dedicated to
bringing real grass to a high school football team in Barrow, Alaska. The team's

story was recently told on ESPN.


Award to

Baker High sophomore class
president Spencer Norman-Ge-
rard was recently nominated for
the Hugh O'Brien Leadership
the high-
*. '- est award
given to a
high school
S sophomore.
T hhe
award is.
S named for
S' actor Hugh
4 and has
Seen, given
"B' for over
30 years.
Spencer Gerard 3 es
to students
who demonstrate, a high degree
of leadership skills. The honor-
ees are,invited, to attend work-
shops in Tallahassee, where they
are challenged to use leadership
to better their school and com-
Norman-Gerard was also the
class president as a freshman.
After graduation he would like
to attend the University of Vir-
ginia to study political science
and American History.
The honoree is the son of Kel-
ley Norman and Bob Gerard,
both teachers at BCHS., He is
a member of the BCHS tennis
team and drama department. His
mother was the O'Brien recipi-
ent when she was a sophomore
at BCHS.

Don't go it alone
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First Thursday of month
7:00 pm
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The Glen St. Mary Town
Council stayed in session all
of three minutes the evening of
May 1 for a public hearing and
adoption of a bid to close three
platted roads inside a tract north
of US 90 slated for commercial
The vote was delayed last
month due to an advertising error
that misnamed Highland Ave.,
one of the proposed closures re-
quested by land owners Ray and
Gerra Gatlin of Macclenny. The
other roads are North Orange
Ave. and East Washington St.
The undeveloped wooded tract
lies between US 90 and Madison
No one showed up at either
public hearing to comment on
the closure, which attorney Hugh
Fish of Macclenny, representing
the Gatlins, requested earlier as

a key step preparing the land for
re-sale. He said the owners had
no immediate plans to do so.
The property lies inside the
east Glen town limits, with the
exception of a slice abutting
Wildcat Dr. leading to Baker
County High School.
The council, with the excep-
tion of Dickie Foster who was
absent, voted unanimously for
closure. Mr. Fish will.prepare the
deed reflecting the alteration. A
survey of the tract has been com-
pleted and will be submitted as
part of the record.
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This is the. second tour in the war zone for Sgt. Taylor, a DOC corrections officer in
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Proceeds benefit
Wolfson, Shands
The third annual benefit for
the Children's Miracle Network
will be held in the parking lot of
the Macclenny Food Lion store
next Saturday, May 5 starting
with a yard sale at 8:00 am.
Games and entertainment be-
gin at 10:00 am, and will contin-
ue until 3:00 that afternoon. Bar-
bequed ribs, hot dogs and other
food will be on sale as well.
Last year the event raised
$4000 to benefit Wolfson Chil-
dren's Hospital and Shands Jack-
sonville. The total was among
the highest in this region, accord-
ing to organizer Shelly Taylor of

Deadline Monday at 5:00
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 3, 2007 Page 9

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CB Richard Ellis
Century Ambulance
GF Florida Investments
Mercantile Bank
Sanderson Pipe
Springfield Lions Club
Wal-Mart DC
Yarbrough Corporation
Josh Kirkland Band
Floors 'n More.
L. V. Hires, Inc
Baker County Press
Leggett's Appliance Service, Inc.
Wheel and Gear Mobile Repair
Precision Carpet Cleaning
Miracle Automotive and Truck Service
Reginald Padgett Construction, Inc
Macclenny Lodge 2412
Moose on Bikes Chapter 2026
American. Legion
Baker Grill
Woody's Bar-B-Que
Radio Shack
Badcock & More

Calendar's Pizzeria & Deli
Bryan McDuffie, Inc
Lowe's Home Improvement Center
Baker County Sheriff's Department
Baker County Press.
S Hawg Riders "'
Hemrdon Brothers Cycl Works
Hagan Hardware
Wal-Mart Supercenter
Osceola National Forest
Daytona Sportswear, Inc.
Avery C. Roberts, Alachua Partners LLC
Jim Curtis Tattoos
Hole-in-the-Wall Guns
Wings Galore
Sports Shack
Terry's Huntin' & Fishin'
Dick's Wings & Grill
Larry's Giant Subs
Food Lion
Northeast Telephone
Guerry Funeral Home
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 3, 2007 Page 10
Sousa concert
Sat middle school
SO O IThe Baker County Middle
School band is proud to present
'- ythe 2nd Annual "Sousa Concert"
.. ... on Thursday, May 3rd, at 7:00
pm in the school auditorium. Join
us for a patriotic celebration of
"..a ...- ig ; music and fun in honor of the
SLf"' I 1 March King himself, John Phil-
lip Sousa, as the bands perform
great classics in the Sousa style.
Admission is $1.00; ac-
tive military personnel or veteran
military personnel receive free
admission with military uniform
or military ID. Call 259-6492 for
SSmore information.

Alex Gotay and Sarah Herrington with instructor Marilyn Harrell, Mrs. Ander
Crenshaw and the president of UPS at the Congressional Art Show.

Art students wield easels

with ease in
It's been a good week for
Baker High School art students.
They had a very successful stu-
dent art show in the school's
media center; one of the students
received an award in the Con-
gressional art contest and BCHS
was the top ranked high school at
the Savannah College of Art and
Design's Sidewalk Art Festival.
BCHS art instructor Marilyn
Harrell couldn't be happier. "I
have a great bunch of talented,
loving students who enjoy cre-
ating art. It's wonderful having
students who love what I am pas-
sionate about. I have the best job
in the world."
Sarah Herrington took an hon-
orable mention in the Congres-
sional Art Contest. Herrington's
art was displayed at Congress-
man Ander Crenshaw's office
and she received high praise from
the congressman and his wife.
This past weekend, Harrell
took nine students to compete at
the Sidewalk Art Festival spon-
sored by SCAD. There were 78
entries from seven states and

BCHS won more awards than
any other school.
Alex Gotay took a third place
in the student category and Ra-
chel Magnan and Jessica Cohen
took honorable mentions. Art-
ists draw original designs on the
sidewalks of Savannah, and they
often get very ornate and elabo-
Thousands of spectators are
traditionally on hand to watch
the artists chalk their designs on
the sidewalks. It has become a
big drawing card for the Savan-
nah area.
Other than the three winners
Justin McCabe, Herrington,
Jeremy Beasley, Jessica Alford
Sarah Nichols and Andrew
Thompson also competed.
Ms. Harrell is also very en-
couraged by the increase in the
number of students requesting
art as part of their schedule. She
has also been very pleased by the
number declaring art as a high
school major, and sees the pro-
gram continuing to improve.

Ms. Crews and Ms. Kreiger
Ms. Crews awarded
a Krieger Scholarship
Caytlin Crews, daughter of
Joey and Kathy Crews of Mac-
clenny, was awarded the 1st An-
nual Kreiger Scholarship Award
on March 31 at the All Star Clas-
sic Twirling Competition held at
Santa Fe Community College.
This scholarship is awarded
to the freshman with the highest
score at the University of Flor-
ida Gatorette tryouts. This is
Caytlin's first year twirling with
the Gatorettes.
Presenting the award was
Miss Florida, Allison Kreiger, a
former Gatorette for which the
scholarship is named.

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1st weekend

After a very successful first
week, the BCMS/YMCA drama
group will continue its run of
This Is Your Life, Charlie Brown
this weekend. Charlie Brown
played to very enthusiastic audi-
ences over the weekend.
The production, directed by
Sara Beth Gerard, is the first at
BCMS for over decade. Gerard,
who runs the Teen Center at the
YMCA, studied theatre at FSU
and is a senior English and phi-
losophy major at UNF.
Gerard wanted to do drama
with the YMCA, and since most
of her Teen Center students were
middle schoolers, it seemed an
obvious partnership. The part-
nership has worked very well,
with support for the program
coming from both the school
and the Y. With the success of
Charlie Brown, Gerard plans
to continue doing productions
through both the YMCA and the
middle school.
This Is Your Life, Charlie
Brown is a compilation of many
favorite Peanuts cartoons, in-
cluding Snoopy versus the Red
Baron, Charlie Brown's inability
to win a baseball game, and the
mysterious Red Headed Girl.
The production continues
with shows Friday and Saturday
at 7:30 pm and Sunday at 2:00
1976 class reunion
All graduates interested in
getting together to discuss de-
tails for our "belated 30 year
reunion", please meet at Pizza
Hut, Tuesday, May 22 @ 7:00
If you have addresses for any-
one that graduated from BCHS
in 1976, please email them to
wepnwilo2@comcast.net or
contact Cheryl Stoutamire at
207-0663 or 259-6211 ext. 1319
or Don Yonn at 259-3280.

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MONDAY: Breakfast pizza, fruit
juice and milk.
TUESDAY: Sausage biscuit,
fruit juice and milk.
WEDNESDAY: Cereal with
whole wheat toast, fruit juice and
THURSDAY: French toast
sticks, fruit juice and milk.
FRIDAY: Chef's choice, fruit
juice and milk.
Cold lunch plate or chef salad with
wheat roll or crackers, and dessert
(when offered) OR
MONDAY: Grilled chicken patty
on whole grain bun w/lettuce garnish
or golden corn dog, baked french
fries, vegetarian baked beans, chilled
rosy applesauce and milk.
TUESDAY: Mexican burrito or
gilled turkey ham and cheese sand-
wich, green beans with new pota-
toes, creamy Cole slaw, chilled fresh
fruit and a slice of homemade cake
with icing.
WEDNESDAY: Taco salad w/
salsa or chicken nuggets, golden
corn, lettuce & tomato blend, chilled
fruit choice, homemade wheat roll
and milk.
THURSDAY: Chef's choice.
FRIDAY: Chef's choice.

Board meetingMay 8
The Lake City Community
College District Board of Trust-
ees will meet at 4:00 pm, Tues-
day, May 8 at the Bell High
School Allied Health Building
in Gilchrist County.
A complete agenda will be
available prior to the meeting.
For more information, contact
the public information office at
386-754-4248. This meeting is
open to the public.

School Activities
MAY 7:
District-wide: School board meet-
ing 6:30 pm, school board room.
BCHS: Senior awards assembly
8:00 am, Aud. PreK/K: Teacher &
staff appreciation week. Kindergar-
ten graduation at BCMS Aud. 5:30-
6:00 pm, McCook, Nafe,Waller, Ra-
nuch, Blair; 6:30-7:00 pm, Sweat,
Kosier, Beaty, Thrift; 7:30-8:00 pm,
Home, Hand, Betros, St. John.
MAY 8:
BCHS: Senior breakfast 7 slide-
show 8:00 am. Herff Jones to deil-
ver caps & gowns. PreK/K: Teacher
& Staff appreciation week. Kinder-
garten graduation 5:30-6:00 pm,
Rowan, Bennett, Kish, Drummond;
6:30-7:00 pm, Lucas, McLarty,
Thompson, Alderman. 7:30-8:00
pm, Wilkerson, Hall, Combs, Fowl-
MAY 9:
BCHS; Baccalaureate practice 9:00
am, First Baptist Glen. Baccalaure-
ate Service 7:00 pm, First Baptist
Glen. Career Fair, Media Ctr. Prek/
K: Teacher & staff appreciation
MAY, 10:
BCHS: Graduation practice 9:00
am. Senior cookout, Memorial Sta-
dium, 11:00 am. PreK/K: Teacher &
staff appreciation week. Field day,
BCMS. Track.
MAY 11:
BCHS: Graduation practice 9:00
am. Graduation 7:00 pm,Memorial
Stadium. BCMS: Field day. KIS:
Talent show, 9:15-10:45 am. WES:
FCAT Carnival. PreK/K: Teacher &
staff appreciation week.

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Mr. Walden and Ms. Huskey
To wedJune 9th
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Huskey
of Glen St. Mary are pleased to
announce the upcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Lauren
Huskey to Frank Walden, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walden of
The wedding will be held
Saturday, June 9, 2007 at First
Baptist Church of Baldwin.

Rex Gregoiy Harrison

Welcomesfirst ba
Greg and Mckenzie I
son are proud to announce
birth of their son, Rex Gr
Harrison on April 3, 2007
weighed eight pounds four
es and was 201 inches lon
Maternal grandparents
Jean Edenfield of Maccl
and the' late Wayne Eden
Paternal grandparents are
by and Karen Harrison of
St. Mary.



Mr. Waters and Ms. Howell

Wedding Saturday
Floyd and Marsha Howell of
Bryceville and Roy and Cherie
Waters of Macclenny are hap-
py to announce the wedding of
their children, April Howell and
Roy Waters III. The ceremony
will be held May 5 at 5:00 pm at
the First Baptist Church of Mac-
After a honeymoon to Ja-
maica, the couple will reside in

T-shirt design

sought for'08

river cean-up
Feeling creative?
The St. Marys River Manage-
ment Committee seeks origi-
nal art to adorn t-shirts during
its annual river clean-up day
next spring. The deadline for
submissions is September 30.
A sub-committee of the organi-
zation will judge entries in early
November, and they must con-
form with the following guide-
Drawings should reflect
images associated with the St.
Marys River like wildlife, plant.
life and river landscapes.
Each entry must be accom-
panied by an entry form (avail-
able at the county commission
office at the annex behind the
courthouse). Children under 18
must have a parent or guardian
co-sign the form.
There is no entry fee and a
limit of three designs per contes-
Drawings can be in hori-
zontal or vertical composition
and can be in oils, watercolor,
crayon, pastels or ink. Entries on
notebook or graph paper will not
be judged.
Drawing size between 8X10
and 11X14 in actual size; no mat-
ting, mounting or framing and
no use of copyrighted or trade-
marked material or images.
Drawing must be 100 per-
cent original no photocopies.

Ce it *u.

Benjamin David Scott

Son born April 18
Troy Scott and Samantha No-
lan of Lawtey are proud to an-
nounce the arrival of their son,
Benjamin David Scott. He was
born April 18, 2007 at Memo-
rial Medical Center in Jackson-
ville and weighed seven pounds
eight ounces and measured 193/
inches long.
Proud grandparents are Cindy
and Doug Scott of Macclenny,
Shirley Jones of Jacksonville
and Glen Norman of'Jackson-

Thanks for help and

support after storm
Thank you to everyone for
your help after the tornado that
came through our property on
Sunday, April 15.
To our family for your love
and help with cleaning up; to
our friends and neighbors for
your help and concern; to the
BCSO and emergency services
for your fast response. Also,
OREMC for restoring our power
so quickly. Most of all thanks to
God in Heaven for hearing our
prayers and sparing our lives
and homes.

Westside thanks
Westside Elementary School's
faculty and staff would like to
thank Chris Courson,- district
manager, and the staff of Wen-
dy's for donating lunches to our
students. These students won a
limo ride and lunch in our recent
fund raiser.
The kids' meals and prizes
along with the limo ride were
lb fun for all. We would also like to
S send our appreciation to the stu-
-arri- dents and families who helped
e the make our fund raiser such a
egory huge success.
field. .

Ms. Crawmer
Brittany Crawmer is
Academic Bowl winner
Brittany Crawmer of Mac-
clenny and her classmates from
the School of Radiology at St.
Vincents Medical Center attend-
ed the annual American Regis-
try for Radiologic Technologists
board. review in Orlando on
April 9th. The conference hosts
an academic student competi-
tion that engages hundreds of
students from a variety of edu-
cataion facilities. Each student
stands before a microphone
and a panel of judges to answer
questions. Brittany was the last
student standing.
Brittany will graduate June
21 and has maintained a 4.0
GPA. She is a 2003 graduate of
Baker County High School and
the daughter of Cyndi and Mitt
Worthington of Macclenny and
Robert Crawmer of Glen St.

Emergency Food

& Shelter funds
The local Board of Emergen-
cy Food and Shelter Program
announces the availability of
$7,556.00 to Baker County resi-
dents for rent/mortgage or util-
ity assistance.
Any organization interested
in administering these funds,
please call Pansy Ruise, chair-
woman of the local board at
259-4481 ext. 23 by May 10,

Ms. Kegister
Graduates fom FSU
Crystal Register graduated
from Florida State University
April 28, 2007 with a Bache-
lor's degree in Accounting. She
is currently interning at KPMG
in Jacksonville and plans to en-
ter graduate school at the Univ-
eristy of North Florida.
Crystal is a 2004 graduate
of Baker County High School
and the daughter of Darryl and
Danette Register of Glen St.
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Ingram graduates
Air Force Airman Hope E.
Ingram graduated from basic
military training at Lackland
Air Force Base, San Antonio,
In addition, airmen who com-
plete basic training earn cred-
its toward an associate degree
through the Community College
of the Air Force.
Hope is the daughter of Frank
Ingram of Macclenny and Elisa
Ingram of Jacksonville. She is a
2004 graduate of Baker County
Senior High School.

Thrift reunion
The annual Thrift Family Re-
union will be held Sunday, May
6 at the home of Paula Barton,
one mile north from the 121 and
228 intersection. Lunch will be
served at 1:00 pm.
Bring your family and join
us in a celebration of the Thrift

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Alfred Godwin,

victim of accident


Donald Ball, 67,

dies on April 29th
Donald Edward Ball Jr., 67,
of Macclenny died Sunday,
April 29, 2007 at his residence.
He was born on July 24, 1939
in Miami,
Fl. Mr. Ball
moved to
in July,
2000 from
Key Largo. 4
He was an
and local
realtor for
many years. I
Mr. Ball Mr. Ball
was a mem-
ber of the First United Method-
ist Church of Macclenny, cur-
rent Worshipful Master of the
Dawkins Masonic Lodge #60 of
Macclenny, 32 degree Scottish
Rite Mason and Shriners, cur-
rent member of the Order of the
Eastern Star's, Baldwin Chapter
#171, past Worthy Patron four
times with the Order of The
Eastern Star, Past Worshipful
Master of the Masonic Lodge of
the Florida Keys Lodge #336.
Don loved fishing and coaching
youth basketball, football and
baseball. He. is predeceased by
his mother Linette C. Hinson
Survivors include his wife
Jimmie Lee B11 of Macclenny;
father Donald Edward Ball Sr. of
Silver Springs; children Wesley
Williams, Cynthia Rosenberg
(Rob), Candy Ann Rilling (Bill),
Joseph "Joey" Williams (Anna)
and Derek E. Ball (Yenee); sis-
ter Sandra Peterson of Silver
Springs and Linda Gale (Gene)
of Ocala; six grandchildren.
The funeral service was held
Wednesday, May 2 at the Fer-
reira' Funeral Services chapel
with Pastor John Hay. officiat-

The Lahairoi Bible Institute
of Augusta, Ga. and Dr. Gracie
Jackson bring to Baker County
the School of the Prophets be-
ginning at 7:30 pm on May 11,
2007 at the Word of Life Min-
istries, 18 S. 5th Street, Mac-
We welcome all pastors,
evangelist, missionaries and lay-
persons. For more information,
please call 259-599'0.

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573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 m l1100 am
Worship Services
11:00 am
\,\ : Bibl.- .n.,d,
J .-
I \: i Minister
S amtu F. Kitcihilng

ThomasDean, 71,

retired truck driver
Thomas Franklin Dean, 71, of
Macclenny died Tuesday, April
24, 2007 at his residence follow-
ing a long illness. Mr. Dean was
a native of
Sneads and
had resided
in Bruns-
wick, Ga.
for over 30
years be-
fore mov-
ing to Mac-
clenny two
years ago.
He was em-
ployed as a' n .d-' '
truck driver Mr. Dean
with Lyons
Trucking Company, Richmond
Hill, Ga. for over 20 years until
his retirement in 2001. Mr. Dean
was a member of The Way of the
Cross Church in Brunswick and
an Army veteran of the Korean
Survivors include ,daughter
Cheryl L. Dean of Macclenny;
sons Thomas J. Dean and Jackie
R. Dean'of New York City; Wil-
liam A. Dean of Brunswick and
Kenneth C. Dean of Asheboro,
NC; brother Amos Louis Dean
Jr. of Moultrie; sisters Emma
Jean Kirkland of Barwick, Ga.
and Chrispen L. McDowell of
Thomasville, Ga.; 13 grandchil-
dren, seven great-grandchildren;
and his former wife Emma Dean
of Macclenny.
The funeral service was con-
ducted Thursday, April 26 at the
chapel of Guerry Funeral Home
with Robert "Bo" Register offi-
ciating. Final disposition will be
by cremation.

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.Pastor P'"' E ie Terell.
Pastor Rev. Ernie Terrell

Alfred W. Godwin, 62, of
Glen St. Mary died April 27,
2007 in Starke. He was a lifelong
resident of Baker County, was
employed by Pritchett Truck-

ing Inc of
Lake Butler
for the past
14 years
and was a
member of
the Sand-
erson Con-
Church. Mr.
loved for-
eign mis-
sion trips.



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Mr. Godwinz

He was a member of the Glen
St. Mary Town Council for ten
years. He is preceded in death
by his father and mother, Nolan
and Louise Caldwell Godwin,
and brother Ronald Godwin.
Survivors include his wife
Carolyn Godwin; sons Alfred
Godwin Jr. (Nicole) and Eugene
Newmans (Regina); daughter
Carol Lee Rhoden, all of Glen
St. Mary; brothers Billy Godwin
(Susan) of Sanderson and Wil-
liam Godwin (Cleo) of Glen St.
Mary; sisters Lucille Fox (Tim)
of Macclenny, Joanne Parrish
(Pete) and Winifred Fisher, both
of Glen St. Mary, Mary Pringle
(Luther) of Bryceville and Fran-
ces Newman (Terry) of Kis-
simmee; 13 grandchildren, one
great-grandchild and numerous
nieces and nephews.
The funeral service was held
Monday, April 30 at the Sand-
erson Congregational Holiness
Church with Rev. Oral Lyons
officiating. Interment followed
at Turner Cemetery. Arrange-
ments were under the direction
of Giddens-Reed Funeral Home
in Baldwin. The Godwin family
asks that any donations be made
to the Honduras Missions Fund,
P.O. Box 561, Glen St. Mary, FL

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Sunday School 10:00 AM. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 P.M.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Wed. Eve. Worship 7:30 P.M.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
North 6th Street Macclenny 259-3500
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Betty JJames, 75,

dies on April26th
Betty Jane James, 75, of
Jamestown, New York died
Thursday,April 26,2007 in Jack-
sonville. She was born Decem-
ber 23, 1931, in Janesville, Pa.
to the late Augustain and Tillie
Martin Lefebvre. Betty attended
college and obtained a teaching
degree. She enjoyed gardening,
cooking and spending time with
her grandchildren.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 57 years, Cal James
of Jamestown; children Gary
James (Jenise) of Macclenny
and Randy James (Gail) of Lu-
goff, SC; brother Augustain
Lefebvre (Beverly) of James-
town; aunt Nora Damukaitis of
Ind.; grandchildren Amber, Ali-
cia, Nicole and Jason and four
Arrangements were under the
direction of V. Todd Ferreira Fu-
neral Services.

Janice D. Magazu,

owned preschool
Janice Darling Magazu, 59,
of Macclenny died Sunday,
April 29, 2007. Ms. Magazu
was born November 5, 1947 in
Jacksonville. She was a member
of Christian
Temple and
enjoyed her
home and
time with
her family.
Ms. Maga-
zu opened
Learning .
Center in I)
1977 and Ms. Magazu
operated it
for 16 years, she owned and op-
erated Super Nails and Facials
from 1993-2000. She entered
into real estate and was in the
process of opening a real estate
title company at the time of her
death. Ms. Magazu is preceded
in death by her father Charles
Travis Rhoden and brother, Mi-
chael T. Rhoden.
Survivors include her husband
of seven years Anthony J. Mag-
azu; mother Nettle Ruth Rhoden
of Glen St. Mary; daughter Nat-
alie Darling Paul (Robert Har-
vey) of McKinney, TX; sisters
Kathy Starling (Roger) of Mac-
clenny and Faye Adcock (Ken-
neth) of Atlanta; granddaughter
Chloe Noelle Paul.
The funeral service will be
held Thursday, May 3 at 2:00 pm
at Christian Fellowship Temple
with pastors David Thomas,
Leslie Thomas and Timmy
Thomas officiating. Interment
will follow at Oak Grove Cem-
etery. The family will receive
friends Wednesday, May 2 from
6:00-8:00 pm at the church. Ar-
rangements-are under the direc-
tion of V. Todd Ferreira Funeral

Thanks to all
Thanks to all of those who
sent up prayers and for all the
support shown for Samatha
Stewart's recovery. We appreci-
ate all of you.

Allie Mae Payne

funeralon Monday
Allie Mae Payne, 88, of
Sanderson died Thursday, April
26, 2007 at the Macclenny
Nursing and Rehab Center fol-
lowing a brief illness. She was
born in Jacksonville and resided
in Sanderson for 80 years. Ms.
Payne was the daughter of the
late Cordtes and Jessie Davis
Raulerson and the widow of
Carl Payne. She worked as a
health care provider in the local
nursing homes for many years
until retirement and she was a
member of Dinkins New Con-
gregational Methodist Church.
Survivors include sons Mar-
shall Harvey (Sandy) of Sander-
son and Eugene Raulerson (Ber-
nice) of Winter Haven; eight
,grandchildren, 12 great-grand-
children and five great-great-
grandchildren; her extended
family Michael and Diane Craig
and their children and grand-
The funeral service was con-
ducted Monday, April 30 at the
Dinkins New Congregational
Methodist Church with Rev.
John W. Yarbrough officiating.
Interment followed at Cedar
Creek Cemetery. Guerry Fu-
neral Home was in charge of ar-

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. Lyons (

First Baptist Church
of Sanderson
CR 229 S., Sanderson FL
Sunday School ......10:00 am
Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sun. Evening Worship .6:00 pm
Wed.. Eve. Bible Study .7:00 pm
AIAANA \\ed. Night 1.:7:00 pm
Pastor Bob Christmas

In Memory
Vallery Cason
Earth's loss was Heaven's gain
on May 3, 1998, when God
whispered your name. With each
passing day, the Lord heals our
pain and gives us strength to go
on, until we see you again.

First United


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

United Chr B~ ist~ian Ch urch &Acad~emyLJ~

Children's Church 9:30 am
Sunday School 9:30 am
Sunday Worship 10:30 am
Sunday Evening 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night 7:00 pm

Pastor Mitch Rhoden

28 W Macclenny Ave.,
Located on Railroad Rd. in
Midtowne Center behind WJXR
259-1199 or 305-2131

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Independent Pentecostal Church
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Associate Pastor
Tim Thomas


Youth Pastor
Gary Crammy

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Sunday Morning Worship
Sunday Evening Worship
Wednesday Night Service
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Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Services 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm
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Maya McDonald

dies onApril24th
Maya Dionne McDonald of
Jacksonville died peacefully
April 24, 2007. She was a native
of Jacksonville, having resided
in Starke where she received her
early edu-
cation. Ms.
from Bak-
er Coun-
ty High i i
School with
the class of o"
Ms. Mc-
Donald was
a student
at Jackson- Ms. McDonald
ville Uni-
versity where she was scheduled
to graduate with honors on Sat-
urday, May 5. Other affiliations
include being the first female
president of the Computer Club
of JU, president and former
secretary of the science club in
high school. She. was a member
of Bethel Baptist Institutional
Survivors include her mother
Linda McDonald; father Rob-
ert McDonald (Darlene); sister
Crystal Haygood; stepsisters
Sirenthia and Pamela Jefferson;
a number of aunts, uncles, cous-
ins, other relatives and friends.
The funeral service will be
held at 11:00 am Saturday, May
5 at her church with Revs. Ru-
dolph W. McKissick Sr. and Ru-
dolph W. McKissick Jr. officiat-
ing. Ms. McDonald will rest in
the 'mortuary for visitation Fri-
day from 5:00 8:00 pm and in
the church Saturday from 9:00
am until the hour of service.
Interment will be at Edgewood
Cemetery. Arrangements are
under the direction of Alphonso
West Mortuary, Inc in Jackson-

Our thanks
The family of Alpha McGlew
Rawls thanks everyone who
helped our sister Alpha and us
through her final months.
We deeply appreciate the
nurses, CNAs, therapists and
others for' the care she received
at MacclennyNursing & Rehab.
Also, our friends and family for
your prayers, cards, phone calls,
food, flowers and visits.
Special thanks to the Com-
munity Hospice of Northeast
Florida, which helped make her
final days more comfortable. To
all of our friends who joined us
in Lake City for her funeral, the
Guerry Funeral Home and Beth-
lehem Baptist Church.
Thank you to Tim Wilder,
who loaned musical tapes and,
Deborah Gonzalez for going to
Lake City to do her hair. Our
loss is Heaven's gain and we are
grateful to all who shared with



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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 3, 2007 Page 13

In Memory
Tessa Lynn Godwin
We can't believe it has been four
years since you left us. Some
days it feels like an eternity, but
other days it feels like yester-
day. We can still remember your
smile, your voice and we will al-
ways miss your touch. What you
offered us, and the world, can
never be replaced. You lived life
to the fullest and appreciated
each moment.

You were our Hero!
ROMANS 8:28-30

Expresses thanks
The family of Helen Taylor
would like to express its thanks
to Rev. Eddie Anderson, Rev.
Tommy Anderson and Ferreira
Funeral Services.
We appreciate the prayers,
support and food we received
from Raiford Road Church and
Celebration Baptist Church dur-
ing our time of loss. We would
like to thank the west wing staff
and physical therapy at Mac-
clenny Nursing and Rehab for
their patience and support in the
In addition, we deeply appre-
ciate the prayers, food, flowers
and support received from all
family and friends.


Day of prayer
Today our American way of
life is threatened from within
and from all sides. The dangers
facing our country and the en-
tire world are- so great that they
cannot be taken lightly. As we at
Raiford Road Church fast and
pray on this day, we ask that ev-
ery person stop and thank God
for America and the Word of
God that we hold in our minds
and our hearts.
This Thursday being National
Day of Prayer, let us continue to
thank God for our country and
the Word of God.

In Loving Memory
Lettie V. Sweat
Happy Birthday Mama!
You're spending another birth-
day with Jesus, and we're still
loving you and missing you for

Gospel sing
New River Church on CR
125 in Raiford will be sponsor
a chicken and rice supper and a
gospel sing featuring the Cava-
liers of Perry. The supper will
start at 5:00 pm and the sing at
7:00 pm on Tuesday, May 12.
All donations will go to
Crossroads to Victory Church
building fund.

Come and magnify the Lord and worship with us

Glen Friendship Tabernacle
Clinton Ave. Glen St. Mary
WJXR Radio Service Sunday.... 8:30 am
Morning Worship Service...... 10:30 am
Children's Church ............ 11:30 am
Evangelistic .................. 6:00 pm
Bible Study (Wed.)............ 7:30 pm
Rev. Albert Starling Home: 259-3982 Church: 259-6521

First Baptist Church

"A Beacon tj'. Sunday School 9:45 AM
Baker County" Sunday Morning Worship 11:,00 AM
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 PM
(^ Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 PM
Dr. Randy Williams, Senior Pastor
.0, Perry Hays, Associate Pastor

Rev. Ronald Wilson

Sunday, May 6
6:00 pm

Monday Wednesday

May 7-9
7:00 pm
Everyone welcome
Pastor David Hodges
Manntown C.H. Church
County Road 125, South, Glen St. Mary
One mile south of I-10

9:45 a.im.

Sunday Morning \Worhip 11:00.( m.
Wed. Night Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
erav' 4'' Sund.v Night Service 7:0(1 p.m.

S7del IfMM l'illiams -Pastor /

Mt. Zion N.C.

Methodist Church
121 North t 259-4461
M acclcinv, FL

Pastor Tim Che1shi're

Sunday School 9 45 jmr
Sunday Morning Worship 11 00 an
Sunday Evening Worslup 6-00 pm
Wednesday, Prrar Service 700 prm


Jesus answered, Verily, verily I
say unlo thee, eicept 3 nman be
born of waler and ot the Spirit.
he cannot enier into the .ing-
don of, God." JJohn 3 5

-' .iP'"'P F )

Gid Giddens


270 North US Highway 301
Baldwin, Fla.

SLocally Owned & Operated

K _2

GED graduation

photos available
The 2006-2007 GED gradua-
tion ceremony photographs are
available and can be picked up
at the Baker County.Vocational
and Adult Education Office, 270
S. Boulevard E. It is preferred
that graduates pick up their
pictures in person. The busi-
ness hours are 8:00 am-4:00 pm
Monday through Friday.
These photos are provided to
the graduates by NEFCOM.



Every Monday 8:00 pm
Macclenny Church of Christ
5th and Minnesota
Open to friends &
family members ofalcoholics.

CASE NO.: 02-2006-CA-0154

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure dated April 24,
2007 and entered in Case No. 02-2006-CA-0154
of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in
and for Baker County, Florida wherein Wells Fargo
Bank, N.A. is the plaintiff and Keith B. Parker; the
unknown spouse of Keith B. Parker n/k/a Rebecca
Parker; are the Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the front door of the
Baker County Courthouse at 11:00 am on the 22nd
day of May, 2007, the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment:
Lot 23, Pine Grove Estates, according to
plat thereof as recorded in Plat book 2,
Page 49, of the Public Records of Baker
County, Florida.
A/k/a 710 Newport Street, Macclenny,
FL 32063.
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, other than the property owner
as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and seal of this Court on
April 24, 2007.
Al Fraser
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Jamie Crews

Deputy Clerk
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25108
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
Notice is hereby given that the Board of County
Commissioners of Baker County, Florida, will con-
duct a public hearing and adoption of the proposed
Ordinance whose title herein after appears, to be
heard c" rc.onjj, May 21, 2007 at R600 pm t 5
North -hiiJ 'i1r, Macclenny, Fl.,rl 3iF063 A
copy of the proposed ordinance may be inspected
by any member of the public at the office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court in the Baker County Court-
house in Macclenny, Florida. On the date above
mentioned, all interested parties may appear and
be heard with respect to this proposed ordinance.
Ordinance 2007-
An ordinance of the Board of County
Commissioners of Baker County, Florida,
granting an additional homestead exemp-
tion to eligible, low income senior citizens;
providing definitions and eligibility require-
ments; adopting department of revenue
rules; providing for repeal of ordinances
inconsistent with this article; providing di-
rections to the codifier; providing for sever-
ability; and providing an effective date.

Baker County is proposing to apply for a $200,000
grant from the Florida DEP Land & Water Conser-
vation Fund (LWCF) Program. This grant will be
used to fund the development of recreational and
support facilities at St. Mary's Shoals Park.

A public meeting will be held for the purpose of
discussing the project as proposed in the applica-
tion. The meeting will be held at the Baker County
Commission chambers on Tuesday, May 8, 2007
Sat 1:30 pm.

According the the American Disabilities Act, per-
sons needing a special accommodation or an in-
terpreter to ,participate in a public hearing should
contact the Administration Department at 904-
259-3613 at least 48 hours prior to the time of
the hearing.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE at the regular meeting
of the City Council on Tuesday, May 8, 2007 at
,6:00 pm at City Hall, 118 East Macclenny Avenue,
Macclenny, Florida, the City of Macclenny will con-
sider the below ordinance for final reading:
An ordinance of the City Commission
of the City of Macclenny, Florida ; award-
ing sale of a $1,000,000 note of the City
to the successful proposer; authorizing
execution and delivery of a loan agree-
ment and other action in connection with
the delivery of such note; and providing
an effective date.
Anyone having an interest in this ordinance is
invited to attend the meeting.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE at the regular meeting
of the City Council on Tuesday, May 8, 2007 at
6:00 pm at City Hall, 118 East Macclenny Avenue,
Macclenny, Florida, the City of Macclenny will con-
sider the below ordinance for final reading:
A bill to be entitled an act amending
section 4-79 of the Code of Ordinances of

the City of Macclenny to define the types
of business allowed in heavy industrial
zoning districts within the City of Mac-
clenny; providing for an effective date.
Anyone having an interest in this ordinance is
invited to attend the meeting.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE at the regular meeting
of the City Council on Tuesday, May 8, 2007 at
6:00 pm at City Hall, 118 East Macclenny Avenue,
Macclenny, Florida, the City of Macclenny will con-
sider the below ordinance for final reading:
A bill to be entitled ordinance
amending Section 4-78(a) to reword the
intent of the light industrial zone for clar-
ity, and amending Section 4-78(b) of the
Macclenny Code of Ordinance to provide
for inclusion of concrete plants in the in-
dustrial warehouse IW district; providing
for an effective date.
Anyone having an interest in this ordinance is
invited to attend the meeting.

Legal notices.

vs. CASE NO. 02-2007-CA-0053

DARRELL W. GENTRY, Case #24083
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Administrative Com-
plaint has been filed against you seeking to revoke
your CORRECTIONAL Certificate in accordance with
Section 943.1395, ES., and any rules promulgated
You are required to serve a written copy of your intent
to request a hearing pursuant to Setion 120.57, F.S.
upon Michael Crews, PROGRAM DIRECTOR, Crimi-
nal Justice Professionalism Program, Florida Depart-
ment of Law Enforcement, P. 0. Box 1489, Tallahas-
see, Florida 32302-1489, on or before June 2, 2007.
Failure to do so will result in a default being entered
against you to Revoke said certification pursuant to
Section 120.60, FS., and Rule 11B-27, F.A.C.
Dated: April 2, 2007
By: -s- Doug Culbertson, Division Representative
Baker County Board of Commissioners
55 North Third Street
Macclenny, FL 32063

Invitation to Bid
New 31/2 Ton Heat Pump Split System
The Baker County Board of Commissioners will be
accepting written sealed bids until 4:00 pm on May
4, 2007 for the following: Removal of existing sys-
tem (air handler & heat pump) and install one (1)
new 32 ton heat pump split system including air
handler for the Baker County Building Department.

All work must be performed by a licensed person
and be in compliance with state and local codes.

Please submit bids to Baker County Board of Com-
,missioners, Attention Sara Little, 55 North Third
Street, Macclenny, FL 32063.

The Board of County Commissioners reserves
the right to reject any or all bids for any reason
P.O. BOX 1120, US 90 WEST
GLEN ST. MARY, FL. 32040-1120
Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (904) 259-6146
The following vehicle will be sold at public
auction May 18, 2007 at 10:00.am, at Higginbo-
tham's Towing & Recovery, US 90 West, Glen St.
Mary, FL. 32040.
1995 Chevy 2 door

CASE NO.: 02-2007-CA-0051

A Florida corporation,
be dead or alive and all unknown grantees,
creditors, and all other parties claiming by,
through, under or against them, and if dead,
their unknown spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and all other parties
claiming by, through, under or against them;
and all unknown grantees, creditors, and all
other parties claiming by, through, under or
against them, and, if dead, or not known to be
dead or alive, their several and respective
estates, unknown spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees and creditors, or other parties
claiming by, through, under or against t
hose unknown natural persons, and the
several and respective unknown assigns,
successors in interest, trustees, creditors,
lienors or any other party claiming by,
through, under, or against any corporation,
existing or dissolved, or other legal
entity named as defendant, and all claimants,
persons or parties, natural or corporate,
or whose exact legal status is unknown,
claiming under any of the above named
or described defendants or parties, or
claiming to have any right, title, or interest
in and to the lands hereafter described.


TO: HATTIE MAE WOOLBRIGHT, not known to be
dead or alive.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Action to Quiet
Title on the following property in Baker County,
A parcel of land lying bad being in Government
Lot 19, Section 36, Township 2 South, Range 20
East, Baker County, Florida, being more particularly
described as follows: Commence at the Southwest
corner of said Government Lot 19; thence along
the South line of said Government Lot 19 also the
North right-of-way line of Five Churches Road, a
bearing of N 87052'47" E, a distance of 414.24
feet; thence N 00027'17" W, a distance of 305.0
feet to the Point of Beginning; thence N 87"52'47"
E, a distance of 69.06 feet; thence N 00027'17" W,
a distance of 25.00 feet; thence N 8752'47" E, a
distance of 200.32 feet; thence S 00"27'17" E, to a
point on the South line of Government Lot 19, also
the North right-of-way line of Five Churches Road;
thence along the aforesaid lot line and right-of-way
a bearing of S 8752'47" W, a distance of 269.38
feet; thence N 0027'17" W, a distance of 305.0
feet to the Point of Beginning. Containing 2:0 acres
more or less.
has been filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it
on FRANK E. MALONEY, JR., 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 14th day of May, 2007, and to file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on FRANK E. MALONEY, JR., P.A., attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relieve demanded in
the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on
this 12th day of April, 2007.

By:Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk

Frank E. Maloney, Jr., Esquire
Attorney for Personal Representative
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, FL 32063
(904) 259-3155
Florida Bar No.: 142990

TO: All parties having or claiming to have any right,
title or interest in the property herein described.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose
a mortgage on the following property in Baker
County, Florida: 2000 Oakwood manufactured
home serial number HOGA20K00089 ABC, and Lot
1 of Glen Wood Acres, as per plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 2, Page 113 of the Public Records of
Baker County, Florida, and also a part of Lot 2 of
Glen Wood Acres as per plat thereof recorded in
Plat book 2, Page 113 of the Public Records of
Baker County, Florida, being more particularly de-
scribed as follows, Begin at the Northeast corner of
said Lot 2 and run south along the East line of said
Lot 2, 298.97 feet to the North right of way line
of Glen Wood 84021'51" W, along the said North
right of way line 66.50 feet; Thence N 06005'16" W,
304.94 feet to the North line of said Lot 2 Thence N
88037'49" along the North line of Lot 2 95.00 feet
to the point of beginning of the Public Records of
Baker County, Florida,
has been filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to it on Jeremy R. Wilson, the plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is The Corea Firm, P.L.L.C., 325
N. St. Paul, Suite 4150, Dallas, Texas 75201, tele-
phone 214-953-3900, facsimile 214-953-3901 on
or before 30 days after the first publication of this
notice and file the original with the clerk of this
court either before service on plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint,
DATED on April 17, 2007.
As Clerk of the Court
'By: Jamie Crews
As Deputy Clerk
M&S Mini Storage Complex
127 Lowder Street South
Macclenny, Florida 32063
The following has until May 15, 2007 to fur-
nish back rent and late fees, or contents of units)
will become property of M&S Mini Storage Com-
Units 12-29, Tracey Liebel
Unit 36, Robert Harris
: Unit 44, Robin Ruise
Units 46-75, Nikke Ross
Unit 60, Kim Widemond
Unit 65, Scott Tolleson
Unit 68, Cassandra Gaskins
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that.pursuant to
a Writ of Execution issued in the County Court of
Duval County, Florida on the 12th day of -March,
2007, in the cause wherein Campus USA Credit
Union, was plaintiff and John D. Willis, was defen-
dant, being Case No. 16-2004-CC-007978-MA in
said court, I, Joey B. Dobson as Sheriff of Baker
County, Florida, have levied upon all the right, title,
and interest of the defendant, John D. Willis, in
and to the following described personal property,
to wit:
2003 Chevrolet Silverado C1500 pickup,
VIN # 1GCEC14X33Z237026
(Note: Anyone interested in viewing the vehicle
being sold may do so prior to the time of the
sale at Glen's Wrecker Service located at 10561-
Miracle Lane, Macclenny, Florida.)
I shall offer this property for sale, at the front
entrance of the Baker County Courthouse, 339 E.
Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, FL., County of Bak-
er, State of Florida, on June 5, 2007 at the hour of
11:00 am, or as soon thereafter as possible. I will
offer for sale all of the defendant's, John D. Willis,
right, title and interest in the aforesaid personal
property, at public auction and will sell the same,
subject to taxes, all prior liens, encumbrances and
judgements, if any, to the highest and best bidder
for cash in hand. The proceeds to be applied as
far as may be to the payment of costs and the sat-
isfaction of the above described execution. (Note:
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities
Act, person with disabilities needing special ac-
commodations to participate in this proceeding
should contact the Baker County Sheriff's Office at
904-259-0245 prior to the date of the sale.)
Joey B. Dobson
Sheriff of Baker County, Florida
By: Pamela L. Davis
Civil Process Deputy
CASE NO.: 02-2007-DR-099
Rhonda Gayle Schwenn

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition to Deter-
mine Paternity and for Related Relief has been filed
against you and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it on George
Nelson, Attorney, whose address is 4191 San Juan
Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida 32210; 904-381-
0500, within thirty (30) days after the first publica-
tion of the notice and on or before the 24th day of
May, 2007, and to file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on George Nelson,
Attorney, or immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court on this
27 day of April, 2007.

Al Fraser
Clerk of Court
By: Sherri Dugger
Deputy Clerk

George Nelson
4191 San Juan Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32210


Advrtsig Dadin
5:0 p

Classified ads and notices must be
paid in advance, and be in our office
no later than 4:00 pm the Monday
preceding publication, unless other-
wise arranged in advance. Ads can
be mailed provided they are accom-
panied by payment and instructions.
They should be mailed to: Classified
Ads, The Baker County Press, P.O.
Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063. We
cannot assume responsibility for
accuracy of ads or notices given over
the telephone. Liability for errors in all
advertising will be limited to the first
publication only. If after that time, the
ad continues to run without notifica-
tion of error by the person or agency
for whom it was published, then that
party assumes full payment respon-
sibility. The Baker County Press
reserves the right to refuse advertis-
ing or any other material which in
the opinion of the publisher does not
S meet standards of publication.

Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic,
$199. 904-398-5200. 11/2tfc
Oversize couch & loveseat $325 OBO;
16" chrome rims, $250 OBO. Call eve-
nings at 904-472-9863. 4/26-5/3p
Bed, beautiful temp-pedic memory
foam mattress & boxsprings, new in
plastic, with warranty, retail $950, must
sell $379, can deliver. 904-858-9350.
2003 Phantoon boat, 18 ft. Lowe, has
live well, AM/FM: radio, 2 bass seats,
2003 Johnson, 4 stroke, 50 HP, 2003
trailer. G.L. Martin 904-699-6416 cell.
5/3-1 Op
B,, en Franklii Wood heater, $100. 259-
4278. 5/3p
Brand new Sears water softener sys-
tem, $585. Free installation. Good used
appliances. 90 day money back guaran-
tee. 266-4717. 4/12-5/31p
King pillowtop, new.with warranty,
$289, can deliver. 904-391-0015.
3X24 ft., 29 gauge, metal roofing; 2x6,
44 ft., load bearing, trusses. 334-6695.
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, all mahogany, can
be seen at Southern Charm. 259-4140.
Visit The Franklin Mercantile, we have
an amazing array of antiques, collect-
ibles and home accessories in a charm-
ing, historic landmark. Call 259-6040.'
Butterfly dining table witfi 6 chairs,
very ornate, fluted legs, rare; half round
foyer console. All pieces are mahogany
wood. Southern Charm. 259-4140.
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
259-4140. 12/9tfc
Solid wood cherry sleigh bed with mat-
tress & boxsprings, retail $950, sac-
rifice for $395, can deliver. 904-858-
9350. 11/2tfc
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. tfc
Chain link, 4' high x 7' square, lined
with /2" hardware wire; 36x32 dog
house; travel dog cage, all for $275 or
will sell separately. 259-2659. 5/3p
Two ton Engine Crane motor puller,
$150; NEXT girl's bicycle, all terrain,
$25. 904-571-0913. 5/3p
11x12 treated lumber building with
window openings, wired, sealed inside
and out; outside fireplace and carpet.
You move, $1000. 259-6491. 5/3p
GE stainless cooktop, two years old,
$50; older Kenmore double wall ovens,
works fine, $120. 259-8589. 5/3p

1996 Acura Integra, $1000. 259-6752.
1994 Toyota Camry, runs great, cold
A/C, leather seats, new tires, 105,000
miles, asking $3500 OB0.'259-2634 or
588-2589. 5/3p
1995 Chevrolet Metro, automatic, cold
A/C, great fuel mileage, runs good. Only
$1200. Glen St. Mary dealer, 259-4679
Sor 352-235-2942. 5/3p
1999 S10 pickup, very low mileage, CB,
tool box, bedliner, 5 speed, $10,500.
912-843-2716. 5/3p

1994 Ford Probe, 2 door coupe, 4 cyl-
inder, 5 speed, great running car, cold
A/C. Only $1350. Glen St. Mary dealer,
259-4679 or 352-235-2942, 5/3p
2005 Dodge Durango, 4 WD, third row
seating, front and rear A/C, all power,
70,000 highway miles, well-main-
tained, excellent condition, book value
$17,600, will sell for $15,600 or trade
for one acre of land in Baker County.
386-878-3240. 5/3-1O0p
1985 Ford Ranger, V6, automatic, great
condition, body perfect, ready for paint,
drives perfect. Only$1300. Glen St. Mary
dealer 259-4679 or 352-235-2942.5/3p
1992 Pontiac Grand Prix LE, 4 door,
blue, $1000 OBO. Call Cheryl at 259-
1857. 5/3p
2001 Ford Lariat, 4 WD, leather, Cap-
tain's chairs, super crew, new CD player,
loaded, new tires, 140k miles, sunroof,
$14,900. Call Joe at 275-4140. 5/3p
2003 Kia Spectra, 78k miles, 4 cyl-
inder, automatic, runs great, 30 plus
mpg, .$6995 or make cash offer. Glen
St. Mary dealer 259-4679 or 352-235-
2942. 5/3p
1999 Firebird, V6, loaded, 109,000
miles, $6000 OBO. 904-219-3210.
5/3-1 Op
2000 Hyundai Tiburon, 5 speed, low
mileage, limited warranty, A/C, heat, CD
player w/MP3, rims, great condition,
asking $6000 OBO. Call Angie at 904-
318-3844 or 386-365-2114. 5/3p

Larry's Auto Detailing. Cars, trucks &
SUVs. Wash, wax, vacuum, clean win-
dows, tires & rims. Call for appointment
259-6474. 4/26-5/3p
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-7968.
Gwen's Handyman Service. Repairs,
painting, carpentry, general mainte-
nance. Free estimates. 259-9128. 5/3p
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in good
condition. Call Karin at Southern Charm
259-4140. 2/13tfc

Black Angus bull, purebred, no papers,
three years old, $1200. 259-2533.5/3p
Happy Jack mange medicine promotes
healing and hairgrowth to any mange or
barespot on dogs and horses, without
steriods. Glen Cash Store 259-2381
www.e-stitch.com. 4/26-5/17p
Pigs, wormed, grain fed, $30 each.
259-7071. 5/3p
Dogs: all types from puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $50 boarding fees will
apply..259-6786. 11/20tfc
One 1000 lb. grain fed steer. Call Cook-
ie at 912-843-2194. 4/26-5/3p
One year old AKC registered male Yel-
low Lab, has papers & vet checkups,
free to good home. Needs attention and
plenty of room. If interested, call 219-
8038 or 219-8039. 4/26-5/1 Op
Chihuahua..Purebred, short hair, male,
small, mom and pop pre2nt, health
certificate, $200. 259-8188. 5/3p

Found: Small black & tan male dog.
Found near Wal-mart on April 25, has
collar. 904-923-8123. 5/3p

Notice to readers:
The newspaper often publishes classified
advertising on subjects like work-at-home,
weight loss products, health products.
While the newspaper uses reasonable dis-
cretionn 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 com-
mitments 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
Drivers & 0/Os CDL-A. Top pay,
excellent hometime & benefits. Must
have 2 years recent car hauling expe-
rience. Centurion Auto Transport 800-
889-8139. 4/26-5/3p
Stylists needed. Busy shop, clientele
provided, guaranteed hourly wage plus
benefits, excellent location, all tools &
products supplied. Call Shelly @ 259-
9009. 5/3-1O0p
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service needs
experienced full time lawn maintenance
worker with valid Florida drivers license.
259-7335. 3/23tfc
Certified Southern Yellow Pine lumber
grader, day shift, competitive pay &
benefits. Call Great Southern Timber &
Lumber, Inc. In Lake City @ 386-752-
3774 for an appointment. 4/12-26p
Immediate openings, for the follow-
ing positions: track hoe, loader, dozer
operator, tailman, hillman, pipelayers,
laborers, experience required. Apply in
person at Earthworks, 11932 N State
Road 121, Macclenny. 3/1tfc
Pier 6 Seafood now accepting appli-
cations for all positions servers,
cashiers, dishwashers and cooks. 259-
6123. 5/3-6/14c
Pest control/lawn technician needed,
opportunity to learn a trade with great
career potential for hard worker, $10/
hour to train. Medical, dental, retire-
ment, life, $26k plus. Must have a valid
Florida driver's license. 904-726-9332.
TA Travelcenter now hiring Arby's
team members and management for TA
Travelcenter in Baldwin, 1024 US 301
S., Jacksonville, FL 32234 or call Tom
at 904-266-4281 ext. 18. 4/26tfc
Beautician needed for busy nursing
home. Call 259-4873 ask for Becky
Raulerson. Macclenny Nursing &
Rehab. .4/26-5/3c
Experienced hairstylist wanted. Apply
at Cuts N'Stuff in Glen St. Mary. 259-
6735. 4/26tfc
Local home care agency seeking PRN,
RN and a full-time PT. Please call 259-
3111 for more information. 4/19tfc
Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA)
needed. Northeast Florida State
Hospital (NEFSH), a Governor's Sterling
Award Recipient, in conjunction with
Baker County, is recruiting Certified
Nursing Assistants to staff a 20 bed,
forensic unit for individuals requiring
skilled care. These are county positions
.with county benefits and salary will be
commensurate with experience. You
may apply in person at NEFSH, Human
Resources, Administration Building #1,
7487 S. SR 121, Macclenny, Florida
32063. Contact Jenelle Holt at 904-
259-6211 ext. 1157. 5/3-31c
Cook/Dietary Aid, full-time/part-time
available, must pass background check.
Call 259-4873 ask for Theresa or Marie.
Macclenny Nursing & Rehab.4/26-5/3c
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools, benefits after 90-days. 259-
5877. 12/30tfc


Thursday. Friday & Saturday, 4163 Birch Street,
Macclenny II. Furniture, TV, plants & lots more. 6

TAGSALE Thursday. Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-3:00 PM,
7598 S. Yellow Pine Circle, off north end of Bob
Burnsed Rd in Glen. Honda 2000 Accord, vend-
ing machine, floral depression pitcher/glasses,
wooden wash tub stand, Morris chair, matching
antique oak rockers, oak bureau, hall tree, antique wardrobe, wood
potty, bolt bin, 1836 newspaper, old (crated water bottle, scrub
board, slaw cutters, rug beater, condiment set, sheet music, canister
set Cosco step stool, meat grinder, agate ware, printer trays, etc.),
50s stroller, comics, cherry pirter, older games, cast iron pans, post-
cards, small appliances, coca cola items, 1912/27 bank pamphlets,
records, 50s desk, child's chair, end tables, golf and beach umbrel-
las, wet mops. stools, exercise equipment, weights, round table,
copier, air compressor, tools, clarinet, glassware & kitchen items
(some old), lamps, porcelain table, copier, air conditioner, costume
jewelry, canning jars, 1940s.50s photographs, 1991/92 Beckett
baseball monthly, much more. Preparing to move, new things all
the time. If rain, call 259-4279 to see if open.

Thursday. Friday & Saturday, 9821 Pine Top Road, '2 mile west of
Glen on Hwy 90. Household goods, clothes, semi-truck items, furni-
ture, knick knacks. Large sale.
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 9:00 am-5:00 PM, Sunday 10:00 am-
3:00 PM, SR 228, 2 miles west of 301 on right, 5 miles east of 1-10
on left from Macclenny area. All kinds of stuff for men & women,
some size 3-5 clothes, lots oi things to check out. 2 families.
Friday only, 7:30 am-?, 13899 Lowder (23A), 3 miles north of Hwy
90. Kitchen remodel, appliances, horse Tack, clothes. 259-8589.
Friday 9:00 am-2:00 PM, Saturday 8:00 am-3:00 PM, 121 N. To
Blue Hole Road. Church clothes, various sizes, country home decor,
rocking horse, little jeep $20. All priced to go. 259-5378. No early
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 PM. 201 North Blvd. W.
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am-?. 525 North Blvd. W. Mens & wom-
ens clothes, children, baby swing, bassinet, etc. Household items,
side-by-side GE refrigerator.'freezer ice & water through door, $150,
solid wood bunk bed w'built in dresser, desk and book shelves, $250
OBO. 259-8000 or 259-4384 for information. 3 families.
Saturday 9:00 am-2:00 PM. Baldwin Assembly of God, Hwy 90,
Baldwin. Everything from A-Z. Car wash and yard sale.
Saturday 8:00 am-?. 288 W. Ohio Avenue. Everything must go! All
items cheap!
Saturday 8:00 am-5:00 PM. 139 W. Stansell Avenue. Multi-family.
No early birds.
Saturday 8:00 am-noon, 6667 N. Forty Circle off of Bob Kirkland
Road. Girls clothes size 5-8, boys clothes 4T-6, kids shoes, toys,
household items, 3 piece living room set. No early birds please.
Saturday 7:30 am-12:30 PM. Midtown Day Flea Market. No fee re-
quired, bling your setup. Information, call Kathleen 994-5595.
Saturday 9:00 am-?. 121 S.. turn left at fire department, turn left at
Brown Road, 3rd house on left. Womens clothes size 9, boy clothes
size 5-7, girls clothes size 18 months-2T, boys & girls shoes, dishes,
home decor, toys, moves.
Saturday 7:00 am-?, 6327 E. Thomas Circle. Lots of items, bring
your truck.


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Travelodge now accepting applica-
tions for housekeeping. Apply in person
Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm at
1651 S. 6th Street. No phone calls.
Experienced lawn service worker need-
ed with valid driver's license. Michael &
Jonathan's Landscaping. 259-7388.

Hello tomorrow! Business partners
needed. Call 1-866-665-AVON. www.
youravon.com/Kheinz. 5/3-10c
Looking for a new career? Welding and
heating/air conditioning program may
be for you! Classes begin August 20,
Monday-Thursday 5:00-11:00 pm and
Wednesday-Thursday 5:00-9:45 pm.
Financial aid may be available. Contact
Lake City Community College at 386-
754-4324 for assistance. 5/3-6/28c

Notice to Readers
All real estate advertising in this newspaper is
subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes
it illegal to advertise "any preference, limita-
tion or discrimination based on race, color,
religion, sex, handicap, familiar status or
national origin, or an intention, to make any
such preference, limitation or discrimina-
tion." Familial status includes children under
the age of 18 living with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant women and people secur-
ing custody of children under 18.
This newspaper will not knowingly accept
any advertising for real estate which is in
violation of the law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available on an equal oppor-
tunity basis. To complain of discrimination,
call HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll
free telephone number for the impaired is
New brick home for sale by builder
(save realtor's fee), 3 BR,.2 BA, 1800 sf
plus, large porches, 2 car garage on 22
acres, country living, horses welcome,
45 minutes to downtown Jax or Orange
Park. $230,000 +- depending on interior
finish. 904-259-7572 or 904-591-2588
cell. 4/26-5/3p
FSBO. 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on /2
acre, front & back porch, metal barn,
$85,000. 904-259-9776 or 904-302-
1219. 4/26-5/3c
3BR, 2BA on 3.79 acres with barn, large
screen porch/deck, $265,000 OBO. Call
Kristi at 904-226-7811. 4/26-5/3p
1 acre cleared lot in Glen, close to high
school and tennis-courts. Mobile homes
OK, $49,900. 904-219-0480 or 904-
525-8630. 5/3tfc
Macclenny. Land-home package. New
1579 SF, 3 BR, 2 BA on 1.5 acre on the
St. Mary's River;:$135,000. 904-259-
8028. 4/5-5/3c
2000 SF brick & vinyl home, built in
1994 on 1.6 acres in Glen. Large kitch-
en, brick fireplace in living room, 500+
SF unfinished 2 car garage, many out
buildings including double RV shed,
greenhouse & workshop. Hobby room
or office adjacent to master BR, can be
used as a 3rd BR, 200' paved driveway
to paved CR 125 N. Must sell $199,000.
904-219-0480 or 904-525-8630.5/3tfc
FSBO. Copper Creek Hills, Unit III, 2
large lot $65,000.each, 1 lot @ $55,000.
Please telephone 904-813-1580.
1998 Fleetwood Celebration double-
wide, 5 acres, 2 wells, stocked fish
pond, barn, shed, very clean, $178,000.
904-339-2557. 4/19-5/3p
2V2 acres available with contract for
your custom home. Gaines Construction
259-7572 or 904-591-2588. 4/26-5/3p
Your plans or mine! 1.28 acre lot with
existing well, septic and electric at 8797
Dupree Road, $60,000. 813-3091.3/1tfc
FSBO. 1180 SF, 3 BR, 1 BA vinyl siding
home on .25 acres, detached' garage,
fenced yard, asking $130,000. Call any-
time 338-6550 or 338-4760. 5/3-10p
New home under construction. Will be
ready approximately end of May. Buy
now pick your colors. 1431 SF liv-
ing; 1980 total SF, $189,000. 904-653-
11-36. .4/19tfc
10 acres, entrance of West Glen Estates
off Hwy 90, 3 acres cleared, restricted to
homes, $128,000. 259-3878. 3/15tfc

FSBO. 3 BR, 2 BA on V2 acre in Glenfield
Oaks Subdivision, $212,000. 813-3091.
1-3 acres, high & dry, fish pond, homes
or mobile homes, set-up included,
owner financing or cash discount. 912-
843-8118. 2/22tfc
1 acre lot +/-, 4630 North Forty Circle,
$49,500. 904-262-6752. 5/3-24p
FSBO. 2200 SF, rare opportunity.
Cannon Heights, 2 story, custom home
on 2 acres, $289k. 904-755-1676.
5/3-1 Op
3 BR, 2 full baths, den, fireplace, 2 car
carport, fenced yard. Appointments only
259-6765. 5/3-10p
9.39 acres w/well & septic, 1 mile of
Sanderson on CR 229. $96,500. Owner
financing available. 904-813-1580.


2 BR trailer in Taylor area. 653-1176 for
details. 5/3p
Rent to own near Cuyler. 1997 double-
wide on 2.5 acres, 2 sheds, carport,
pond, new carpet, beautiful home, $950/
month plus deposit. 904-477-8995.
Beautiful 3 BR, 2 BA Macclenny home,
large family room & dining room,
screened porch off family room, backs
up to large pond with beautiful view,
$1200/month. 813-505-0030.4/19-5/3p
3 BR, 1 BA home on .5 acre in Macclenny.
All electric appliances, $1700 security
deposit, $850/month. Please call 259-
3343 weekdays between 9:00 am-5:00
pm. 3/22tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, carpet &
vinyl flooring, living room, kitchen, din-
ing room on .50 acre lot in Sanderson.
All electric appliances, $1600 secu-
rity deposit, $800/month. Please call
between the hours of 9:00 am-5:00 pm,
weekdays 259-3343. 2/22tfc
Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C, no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-860-
4604. 3/17tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, no pets, gar-
bage pickup, sewer, water & lawn main-
tenance provided, $600/month, $600
deposit. 912-843-8118. 2/15tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, no pets, gar-
bage pickup, sewer, water & lawn main-
tenance provided, $600/month, $600
deposit. 912-843-8118. 2/15tfc
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide, /2 acre lot in
Macclenny, $700/month, $500 deposit.
259-2998 or 838-5459. 5/3p
3 BR, 2 BA trailer, 14x70, corner of Hwy
90 & CR 125 in Glen. 259-2035 leave
message. 5/3c
Small mobile home, no pets. 259-
0569. 5/3-10p

2 BR, 2 BA ground floor condo, St.
Augustine, poolside, incredible ocean
view, $1000/week. 505-0083, www.
johnsbeachcondo.com. 5/3-31 p

Professional office space for lease,
1200 SF. Available June 1. $1300/month.
607-5027. 4/12tfc

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1996 Homes of Merit doublewide, 1960
SF, large kitchen, 3 BR, 2 BA, separate
family & living room, must be moved.
275-2925 leave message. 4/19-5/10p
1994 28x50 nice doublewide, 3 BR, 2.
BA, must be moved, asking $18,000.
Call 588-5590 or 259-4810 after 5:00
pm. 5/3p
14x80 singlewide, 3 BR, 2 BA, good
condition, $12,000 OBO. 904-571-
8610. 5/3-24p
1980 Guerdon 14x70, 2 BR, 1 BA, A/C,
heat, $7500. Call Larry at 259-1100.

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generations ofthe ines family at reunion
A reunion in Cuyler in late March drew four generations of the family of Raymond
Hines of Glen St. Mary (lower right), including (back row) Leslie (Hines) Phillips
and Eugene Hines of Glen, and Gina Magallanes and her son Jayden Eagen, both
ofElijay, Ga.

Do. ou hve anuy old photos ofBaker Coumi people or buildings ?
\c would like to see them. 259-2400

Monday & Thursday
8:00 pm
Macclenny Church of Christ
5th and Minnesota
275-3617 or 259-8257


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house associates to work at Michaels
Distribution Center. All shifts
available. Must have prior experience
in warehouse environment, be able
to lift 50+ Ibs, possess a HSD or
GED, and have the desire and ability
to meet production needs at their
main distribution center. Excellent
opportunity for these temp-to-hire
positions with Michaels. Must be
able to pass a criminal background
check and drug screen. Pay rate
is $8.50-$9.00/1fr. and positions
are all located on westside of Jax.
Interested candidates may walk-
in to apply in person at Michaels
Distribution, 9200 W Beaver Street.
Ask for Michelle.

A MUST SEE! MLS#353752 Beautiful newer
hm (2005) on .31 acres. Inside is immaculate.
4BR/2BA, over 2000 SF. Move in ready! $238,987
2BA dblewide on 5 acres. Split bdrm arrangement;
master suite w/garden tub. Fully equipped kit 12 X
9 detached shed $135,000
3-CITY LOTS MLS#353112 Well maintained
brick hm on 3 city lots, 2,700 SF, 4BR/2BA, pecan
trees, detached gar & wood firs, $394,000 ,
ALL BRICK MLS#350781 3BR/1BA on Irg city
lot, newer roof, fresh paint inside, central heat/ac,
fncd back yard & workshop, $160,000
VACANT LAND MLS#329000 40 acres of land
for development South of Sanderson. A great
investment property, $600,000
WELL MAINTAINED MLS#344923 Open floor
plan 3BR/2BA in niceareaofMacClennyapprox1.5
acres w/over 1800 SF in good location, $249,999
IMMACULATE 2005 MLS#333101 3BR/2BA
home on .31 acres, open fir plan, big back yard,
scmd porch, & privacy fncd, $215,000
BAKER COUNTY- MLS#312559 7.5 acres private C
shady land, partially cleared w/paved road S
frontage. Already split in two parcels, $85,000
2BA on .27 acre w/privacy fence, 3 yr roof, storage F
building, & Irg backyard. Immaculate! $159,900 3
ROOM TO ROAM! MLS#354214 On this 4.8 (
acres, 2500 SF cedar hm w/in-law suite. A Must P
See! $339,900 la
INVESTMENT MLS#360088, $75,000; a
MLS#360062, $50,000; MLS#360031, $50,000; $
MLS#360050, $50,000 4 mbl hms dn /2 acre lots N
in Sanderson, may be purchased according to MLS H
or as a whole, currently rented @ 2,150 monthly. ,

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Josie Davis Mark Lancaster
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Teresa Yarborough Shannon Jackson

_ 799 S. 6th St., Macclenny ** 259-6555
New home on Jonaj with vinyl siding. 3 eB 3 .. New Listing 3 BR, 2 P1 Totally remodeled with
master suite with trayl 2 lavatories, tub and shower. personality New hardy ploofad lots of ceramic tile.
Central heat and air. O ne markeor 1 0 Located 1 mile south of I.

4 BR, 2 BA 1440 SF doublewide on one city lot. Fresh paint and new carpet.
Nice wood deck. Fenced yard. Located near US 90 and 1-10 in Glen St. Mary-
Reduced- Ten high and dry acres zoned for horses. Located 3 miles west of
Glen St. Mary off of US 90. Good road frontage. Modular, manufactured and
conventional homes welcome Reduced to $100,000
Nice older MH completely renovated & new additions. 3 BR, 1/2 BA, FP,
screen & open porch, abv. ground pool, privacy fence. Large storage build-
ings. .88 acre corner lot. Reasonably priced at $89,900 Owner will consider
financing with 20% down.
Fixer upper for J 1296 SF 3 BR, 2 BA MH on
2.73 acres. Shed with l u. I ng area. Near Ocean Pond in
Olustee. Needs a little
New Listing Pool & large workshop (large enough for 3 cars, boats, etc.)
with second floor loft that can be used as a teenager's retreat. Brick 3 BR, 2.5
BA, fireplace, screened porch, garage & 2 carports. Nice wooded 2 acre lot on
Bob Burnsed Rd. near Odis Yarborough Rd. Reasonably priced at $265,000.
2 BR, 1 BA approximately 1064 SF brick home with 1 car garage. Located
in Marietta. Priced to sell at $124,900.
New vinyl siding home RR iA 2 car garage and porch. Master
suite with walk-in ( g lavatories, tub and shower.
Central heat and air. Bl B ,900
New Listing 4.88 acres joining Baker County's St. Mary's Shoals park
on two sides. 4 year old 3 BR, 2 BA brick home, 1938 SF with fireplace, two
porches and two car garage. Very nice home in good area on paved CR 125
north of Glen. Horses are allowed. Must see. $359,900

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OWNER FINANCING- Iinvestment opportunity! Restaurant building
and land across street from courthouse. The building is currently rented to
a barbecue restaurant. This is a prime location (300 East Macclenny Avenue
(US Hwy 90). Near hospital, doctor offices, city/county offices and down-
town business district. Plenty of parking on .6 acre with 129 front feet on US
Hwy 90 and approximately 205' on Third St. Sale includes building, land
and equipment listed on original rental agreement.
Acreage 2.57 acres in good location on Southern States Nursery Road.
Zoned for homes or mobile homes. Several nice homes in the area. land is
partially cleared and has well, septic tank and electric hookups. Owner's
are presently living in a SW MH on the property but this MH can be moved
off after new home is built or a new MH is installed. Must see to appreciate.
New Listing Near high & elementary school in Glen. 1400+ SF manu-
factured home on 100x130 lot. 2000 model 4 BR/2 BA with central heat and
air. Nice starter home in convenient location. $120,000
Newly Listed Estate 36.54 acres with '4 mile frontage on river. Estate
sized home is 3200 SF heated & cooled. 4 BR, 22 BA, fireplace, formal
dining room, breakfast nook, game room, office and many other amenities.
Two story good quality brick construction. Screened porch, patio/cook area,
screened hot tub. 55x60 concrete barn and 30x60 hay barn. Fenced and
cross fenced. Home is at the top of hill with panoramic views. The nicest
property in Baker County Shown to qualified buyers by appointment only
This estate can be yours for $1.5 million.
Horse/Cattle Ranch 87,95 acres of beautiful pasture. Fenced and cross
fenced. Panoramic view. Build your dream home on this exceptionally nice
acreage. Shown to qualified buyers by appointment only Own this ranch
land for $1.3 million.

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CR23C, turn L, Go to Odis Yarborough Rd. Turn L, home is on the left hand side. $291,800

OMMERCIAL FOR SALE MLS#351956 .15 acres, 870
F, located in the heart of downtown Callahan. It's a great
investment opportunity. $115,000
AMILYDELIGHT- MLS#337913 3.9 acres in the country,
mast suites, 3065 SF, handicap ready, Corian ctrtops &
)cated in prestigious Chandler Oaks. $429,000
nd on corner lot, .90 acre in downtown MacClenny
nd walking distance from Keller Intermediate School.
IEEDS LOTS OF TLC MLS#356879 3BR/1BA, 1269 SF,
house being sold"as is, a great investment property ready
or you to use your skills! $110,000

STARTER HOME MLS#336391 3BR/2BA, 870 SF, in
good condition w/plenty of space in bckyrd for children &
pets, fully fncd front & back. $75,000
includes bathrooms, kitchen and more! Has 400 SF
addition not included in square footage. $164,900
w/elevator access right outside unit, fully equipped
kit including W/D, scrnd balcony & all the amenities.

A GREAT GET-A-WAY MLS#358159 Need a
haven for you and your family? This is it! A second
home or your primary. Must see appreciate,
huge kit & formal dng rm, 3000 SF hm that backs
up to a Preserve, $295,000
ACREAGE MLS#341513 3.5 acres located just
35 miles fm Jacksonville, mobile home allowed,
COUNTRY LIVING MLS#329232 four acres in
Bryceville w/dbl wide hm, concrete block work
shop, Home sold As-Is! $165,500
mbl hm built in 1994, second mbl hm currently
has renters & pays $125 per wk, built in 1990, fncd
yrd, $145,000
acre parcel has railroad access, Irg parcel cleared
and ready to build, existing 2400 SF metal bldg
w/2 bays & more! $3,200,000
BEAUTIFUL LAND- MLS#362238 28.54acres
partially cleared in MacClenny Rural County but
close to town. $599,340
Move into this 3BR/2BA, 2046 SF, fncd yrd 1 1/3
acre, paneled 2 % car gar, Irg lemon & other fruit
trees. $269,900
MUST SEE! MLS#362439 immaculate 4BR/2BA,
garden tub, dng/lvg rm, frplc & new wall-to-wall
carpet. $225,900
3BR/2BA, 1521 SF, updates include: roof, a/c,
water heater &Jacuzzi. $167,900
COZY HOME MLS#363976 3BR/2BA, 1438 SF,
heated fam rm/den w/frplc could be 4"h BR, new
kit cab & Berber carpet, scmd bck porch w/fncd
yrd. $159,999

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 3, 2007 Page 16

Land transactions recorded in second halfofApril

The following land trans-
actions were recorded in the
Baker County courthouse late
in the month of April. Values
are derived from documenta-
ry stamps. Many descriptions
are by S(ection) T(ownship)
Rangee. If acreage or price are
not listed, none were indicated
in the documents.

Blackburn, Pat to Blackburn, Pat
in 19-2s-22e,$0
Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida
to Marshall, Sharron L Braziel
in Cypress Pointe Unit 1 Lot 49,
Griffis, Wyman to Wigglesworth,
Laura B in 25-3s-20e, $90,000
Jones, Vickie to Jones, Vickie in
Copper Creek Hills Unit II Lot 8,
Dehart, Michael S to Dehart,
Michael S in 20-1s-21e, $10
Macglen Builders Inc to Diggs,
Richard L Sr in Copper Creek Hills
Unit 3 Lot 12, $233,580
Thompson, Todd M to Diaz,
Mayte M in Macclenny Acres Lot
39, $250,000
Paavola, Judy Elizabeth to
Moody, David J in Town Of
Macclenny Lot 1 Bk 17, $138,000
French, Benjamin to Robinson,
Ronald E in 18-2s-22e, $540,000
Holtom, Joanna L to Anderson,
Joanna L in Osteens Sub Lot 4,5,6,
Foster, Morris L-to Mette,
Christina Y in Town Of Glen St
Mary Bk 80, $115,000
Kimbrell, Theran J to Kimbrell,
Theran J in Deerfield Sub Lot 37,38
Bk 1, $8,500
Guernsey, Charlotte Radcliff to
Bryant, Charles D in Macglen Lot
Homes By Gray Inc to Smith,
Hazel in Lot 19 Block 2 Owens
Acrews Unit 2, $180,000
Smith, Hazel to Gray, Oscar in
Lot 19 Block 2 Owens Acres Unit
Chambers, David A Sr to
Chambers David A in 5-2s-21e, $10
Chambers, David A Sr to
Canaday, Heather in 5-2s-21e, $10
Satterwhite, Jordan to Smith,
Clayton E in 18-2s-22e, $10
Lee, Clifford to Lee, Clifford in
19-2s-22e, $10
Woodington, William To Godwin,
Stephanie in 36-2S-20E, $10
Godwin, Stephanie To Ward,

Linda D in 36-2S-20E, $119,900
Stafford, Steve To Stafford, Gary
L in 29-3S-19E, $115,000
Sparkman, Deborah To Bennett,
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Special Primary Election for Senate District 3
June 5, 2007

Special General Election for Senate District 3
June 26,2007

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Janet Harvin of the Republican Women of Baker County presents a check for $6,000
to Relay For Life chairperson Geneva Rhoden. The money was raised during the
Republican women's Heart to Heart Banquet held last February. Relay for Life is
the American Cancer Society's main fundraising event and helps support cancer
survivors and raise cancer awareness. "We're really happy about this," said RW
member Doris Griffis. "This is $2,000 more than we raised at the 2005 banquet."
From left: Kim Munson, Gedon Prachar, Sidney Ferriera, Janet Harvin, Mary Hol-
land, Carol Maley, Doris Griffis, Geneva Rhoden, Theresa'Lowther, Gina Parker
and Carolyn Russell.

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Janet Adkins of Fernandina Beach (left), a candidate for the Florida House seat
soon to be vacated by Aaron Bean, spoke at Macclenny Nursing and Rehab Center
during the May 1 family night dinner. Ms. Adkins, whose husband's family owns and
operates a long-term care facility in Hilliard, is an advocate for the health care needs
of the elderly. She is pictured with Johnie Strickland, a resident counselor who has
lived at the center four years, and administrator John Simmons. The administrator
has worked in long-term health care since the late 1960s and recently reinstated the
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The host Baker High Wild-
cats' drive for another district
baseball championship came up
short last Thursday when they
fell 11-3 to the Santa Fe Raiders
in the championship game. Bak-
er County now prepares for a re-
match with Bishop Kenny High
School in the regional tourna-
ment quarterfinals scheduled for
Tuesday night; Kenny defeated
BCHS 9-8 earlier in the spring
The Wildcats were stymied
Thursday by a combination of
sloppy defense, solid Raider
pitching and controversial calls
that all seemed to go against
Baker County.
The decisive turn of events,
oddly enough, came in the bot-
tom of the second inning. Down
2-0, the Wildcats led off with
consecutive ,doubles from se-
niors Kelly Davis and Kirk High
to cut the deficit in half. But
that's when things went awry
for Baker County.
The first base umpire ruled
that High missed first base on
his double and he was called out.
The Wildcats went from having
a runner on second with no outs
to a bases empty, one-out situ-
ation. The Baker County dug-
out was livid;. head coach John
Staples pleaded to the umpires
that High tripped on the .bag as
he rounded first, but to no avail.
"That was big for us, because
we either make it 2-2 or 3-2 in
that inning," Staples said. "Usu-
ally what you can do is go to
the other umpire and see 'did he
see anything?' In this case, they
were both saying [High] missed
it which, you know, I'm watch-
ing it and the 're saying...I.saw..
the kid trip over the bag. That's .
why he stumbled."
But for all the questions over
umpiring, it was Baker County's
inability to hold off the Raid-
ers' attack that doomed its title
dreams. Santa Fe scored four

times in the fourth inning off
senior starter Tyler Thomas and
his replacement, senior Dustin
Rowe, to blow a 3-1 game into
a 7-1 affair. The Wildcats com-
mitted two errors in the frame.
Senior Adam Lewis led off the
bottom of the inning with a walk,
and Davis drove him off with a
two-run home run to left-center
field. But that would be the final
time the Wildcats pushed across
a run in the game.
Their last real threat came
in the bottom of the fifth when,
with the Wildcats still down 7-31
sophomore Travis Tyson drew a
two-out walk. He advanced to
third when senior Curtis Lowery
reached on an error. But Davis,
whose bat has been so huge for
the Wildcats all year, struck out
to end the threat. The Raiders
pushed across four more runs
in the top of the sixth to finish
the scoring and ice the game.
Baker County finished the night
by,grounding into a controver-
sial double play in the seventh
"A few things happened early
that kind of took the wind out
of our sails," Staples said. "But
when you get beat 11-3, it's hard
to blame officiating."
Staples said he emphasized
to his players the importance of
moving on from the loss, how-
ever painful. The coach says his
team is looking forward to its
rematch with a talented Kenny
Crusader squad.
"We're all about winning
championships," he said. "We
would have liked to gone in as
district champions. We're not
going to deny that. That was a
heartbreaking loss, and a tough
one to overcome.
"But the Qreiat thing is. \\e get,,,
to go back and plia j teani tmhai
beat us 9-8 earlier in the year
that we thought we should have
won the game. So we get anoth-
er shot at them at their place.
We're excited again."


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday May 3, 2007 Page 17

Jaguars make severalsolid

picks in recentNFL draft



The NFL draft is now a mem-
ory and it provided a few sur-
prises. The Jacksonville Jaguars
fared pretty well, snatching one
of the best players on the table
and using some very shrewd
trades to fill holes in their ros-
The Jaguars made what most
draft insiders claim was one of
the two or three best picks of the
draft when they grabbed Florida
Gator safety Reggie Nelson as
the 17th overall pick.
The fact that Nelson was still
available was a shock to Jaguar
Vice-president James Harris,
and Harris immediately moved
to select him. It is expected that
he will bookend strong safety
Donovan Darius.
The pick of Nelson actually
overruled Coach Jack Del Rio,
who was surprised that quar-
terback Brady Quinn of Notre
Dame was still available and
would have liked to have picked
him. But in the' end, Harris felt
Nelson was the best player
Nelson is a class act as well,
and his enthusiasm and love of
the game is infectious. He is ex-
pected to become an immediate

fan favorite and if he plays as
well in the pros as he did as a
Gator, should be a valuable ad-
dition to the team.
The Jaguars made some other
shrewd picks as well. They were
able to make some trades and
move up in the second round
that allowed them to grab some
good players. Interestingly
enough, the Jaguars focused on
the defense in the draft.
Their defense, already one of
the best in the NFL, is aging and
they would like to shore up some
positions. Their second overall
pick was fast, tough linebacker
Josh Durant of Hampton Col-
lege. Their third pick was Central
Florida receiver Mike Walker,
who has speed and great hands.
They also snagged receiver John
Broussard from San Jose State.
Broussard is a long, lanky speed
burner who will heed to put on
some weight and muscle to play
with the big boys.
The most interesting pick
for Jacksonville was Maryland
punter Adam Podlesh. The Jag-
uars already have one of the
league's top punters in Chris
Hanson and pundits are wonder-
ing whether this could signal a
trade. Podlesh is an athlete who
punts. He runs a 4.5 40 yards
and could play any number of
All in all, it looks as if the
draft was kind to Jacksonville.

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WHEREAS, the Governor of the State of Florida, under and by virtue
of Sections 100.101 and 100.141, Florida Statutes, and Section 15(d)
of Article III of the Florida Constitution, has called a Special Election
for filling the vacancy of the office of State Senator, District 3, and has
also called a Special Primary for selecting nominees of the recognized
political parties for such elections, and
WHEREAS, the dates for such Special Primarynd and Special General
Election have been fixed by the Governor as follows:

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method must be submitted to the supervisor of elections in the county
in which the signatures are collected no later than 5:00 pm, May 7,
2007, in order that the supervisor of elections can verify the signatures
and certify the results to the Division of Elections no later than 5:00
pm, May 9, 2007.
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didates may qualify for said Special Election shall be from 8:00 am,
May 14, 2007, through noon, May 14, 2007, and the dates for candi-
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SF2 June 1,2007
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Tallahassee, The Capitol, this 26th
day of April,A.D., 2007.
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