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The Baker County press
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Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
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904.259.2400 bcpress@nefcom.netCOVERING BAKER COUNTY SINCE 1929The countys most professional and extensive source for news, classied, display and real estate listings MIKE ANDERSON PRESS STAFF There are no fences with locked gates to keep people out of Macclennys Memorial Park at night and no plans to implement such tight security. steps to discourage late-night visitors from hanging out at the park under cloak of darkness to drink, smoke marijuana and vandalize public property. Theyre pinning their hopes on new signs stating specific opening and closing hours of the park. The exact times havent been determined yet, but they will be from early morning to early evening. Right now, the sheriffs oftell anyone to leave because its a 24-hour park, said City Manager Phil Rhoden. Efforts to crack down on undesirable behavior at Memorial Park, centrally located between Eighth Street and West Boulevard, have had some success, including stepped-up patrols by deputies, Mr. Rhoden said. However, vandalism continues to be a problem and some families are reluctant to take their children there because of the presence of unruly youths who sit or lie down on picnic benches smoking, uttering profanities and sometimes refusing to leave when parents and their kids arrive for picnics, he said. Families feel threatened to go up there, Mr. Rhoden told the mayor and city commissioners at a board meeting on May 13 when the sign proposal was discussed. In a subsequent interview on May 22, the city manager said it is time the city took additional steps to put a stop to illegal, disruptive or other undesirable behaviors in the park, particularly at night. Were at the point where we need to go beyond what we have been doing, Mr. Rhoden said, acknowledging that trying to keep people out of a public park is not easy if theyre not clearly breaking any laws. After discussing the issue at the May 13 board meeting, city commissioners gave the city manager and his staff authority to designate park hours and the wording to be displayed on the signs, which were suggested by Had you watched the fabled Sunday evening news magazine 60 Minutes on CBS earlier this month, you likely caught the segment on a Sudanese clinic that does corrective heart operations on African children suffering from rheumatic diseases. A portion of the broadcast room as an Italian surgeon repaired the heart of an 11-year-old African girl whose lifeexpectancy without the operation was dismally short. The person in scrubs with mostly his back to the camera running the heart-lung machine was Kyle Hunter, a native of Glen St. Mary now living in Los Anlast year during one of Mr. Hunters frequent volunteer mercy missions to backwater and largely forgotten parts of the world. Though the portion didnt make it into the broadcast the evening of May 11, Mr. Hunter was interviewed by correspondent Clarissa Ward, and the 37-year-old graduate of both Baker County High School and the University of Florida explained his duties as a perfusionist, a highly-trained specialist who monitors a machine that keeps blood circulating and a patient breathing during heart bypass operations. (You can see the entire broadcast, including the interview, by going to the 60 Minutes website.) The son of Ann and Tommy Hunter, Kyle Hunters passion for using his skills in Third World settings has taken him tals in Africa and South America. He will soon take tempo rary leave of his free-lance job with a large California-based HMO health group and head off to the troubled Ukraine After that, hell be plying his trade in Brazil, then possibly Burma and India. When I started doing this Id use vaca tion time, but with my job arrangement now I can basically work for six weeks or so and going off for two weeks, notes Mr. Hunter, who has been living in California 13 years and other locales out West since graduating from UF with a degree in biology. In all those years of training, hes seen his share of prima donna heart surgeons world of modern medicine. Mercy missions in Sudan and Peru are different. Youre not dealing with a lot of egos then, youre dealing with a cause, he explains. The juxtaposition of having a home base in glitzy California while traipsing off to the Third World several times a year isnt lost on Kyle Hunter. Its been a real spiritual awakening for me over the years, he admits. It gives you perspective; youre born to do the most good for the most people. I choose this type of You learn the next new bakercountypress.comVisit our website and vote each week in our online poll. ONLINE POLL RESULTSWho will you be supporting in the Clerk of Courts race?25% Joey Johnson 25% Jack Baker 50% None of the above Community leaders share careers with 6th graders See page 12Inexperience, miscues lead Wildcats to 47-0 loss at First CoastSee page 14 It gives you perspective; youre born to do the most good for the most people. I choose this type of work so Ill be more fullled.Kyle HunterFirst round of nal FCAT results releasedSee page 2See page 2 A Macclenny woman was critically injured the early evening of May 25 when the vehicle she was riding in west of Sanderson went out of control during a heavy thunderstorm on US 90 and collided with a tree. The Florida Highway Patrol said a 2004 Ford Expedition driven by Shomari Wilcox, 27, of Macclenny was eastbound shortly after 6 pm, and crossed over into the opposite lane west of Interstate 10 through the north shoulder. It was rotating when it struck a tree, according to Trooper J. Beagle, ejecting 8-year-old Shamariana Wilcox of Macclenny. Passenger Tiffany Ann Doss, 23, was taken to UF Health Jacksonville (Shands). The driver was taken to Shands at Lake City, as were the ejected child and passen ger Danial Thomas, 26, of Glen St. Mary. Four other children ages 1 through 6 were released to family members. All occupants were restrained by seat belts. A severe weather front was moving through the area at the time with drenching rain, lightning and some hail, mostly along a corridor south of I-10. In an accident earlier that day, Frank lin Taylor, 81, of Sanderson was seriously injured when his 1999 Chevrolet station wagon overturned on CR 125 after going out of control as he evaded a deer. Mr. Taylor was southbound near the intersection with CR 127 at Cuyler just before 10 am. Trooper M.C. Childress said the vehicle veered onto the northbound shoul der then rotated clockwise back across the road onto the southbound shoulder before overturning. The driver was not wearing a seat belt Photo courtesy of Baker County Volunteer Fire DepartmentCritically injured Tiany Ann Doss of Macclenny had to be cut out of this Ford Expedition after it struck a tree on US 90 west of Interstate 10.SUV crashes during heavy storm Kyle HunterGlen native is giving backin Third WorldOn Minutes segment PHOTO BY JOEL ADDINGTON Some families are frightened of miscreants that prowl the city park.City tightening up on night park activitiesSee page 2


Page 2 T B C P ursday, May 29, 2014JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.comBaker Countys third graders and eighth graders outperformed the state as a whole on recent FCAT 2.0 testing, the final administration of the test before a new assessment is rolled out next year. Some 67 percent of third graders here passed the math FCAT and 64 percent passed the reading portion, compared to 58 percent and 57 percent in Florida, respectively, according to results released last week by the Florida Department of Ed ucation. More specifically, 62 percent of the third graders at Macclenny Elementary and 73 percent at Westside Elementary passed the math test, which means they scored a 3 or higher on the assessments 6-point scale. That equates to a 3-point year-to-year drop for Macclenny in math while West side pushed its passing rate up 2 percentage points in math. The latter schools math results show the same year-to-year gains, but Macclennys passing rate in math fell by 11 points. Both elementary schools had the same share of students pass the reading test this year 64 percent but thats a 2-point jump for Westside and a 3-point slide for Macclenny. The state also released the outcomes from FCAT writing tests taken by fourth, eighth and 10th graders last February. The middle school shined brightest in writing with 60 percent of eighth graders passing with a score of 3.5 on the 6-point scale. The passing score was upped from 3 begin ning in 2013. The middle schools per formance represents a big improvement, up 19 percentage points from a year ago. The high schools 10th graders, however, went from 65 percent passing the writing exam last year to 55 percent this year. Across Florida, 64 percent of 10 graders passed. Keller Intermediates fourth graders also made progress with 44 percent passing the writing assessment compared to 41 percent last year, and 53 percent statewide this year, which was a drop of 4 percentage points. BCHS Principal Tom Hill offered some additional context to this years results by e-mail. He compared his school to other high schools in the state, rather than stacking BCHS against itself in years past. He said 1 percent of the students here got perfect writing scores of 6, while only 36 of the states 595 high schools, or about 5 percent, had a higher share of perfect scores. Only 9 percent of the high schools statewide had higher percentages of 5.5 scores than BCHS. To get a 5.5, one of the two test reviewers must score the writing test a 6. Mr. Hill added that only 24 percent of schools in the state had a higher share of 5 scores than his 10th graders. Looking at 5 and 4.5 scores, Mr. Hill argues BCHS is still ahead of most of Floridas secondary schools. Only 24 per cent of the high schools had a higher share of 5 scores. Forty-three percent had a higher share of 4.5 scores. He also said a new writing program is planned for the 2014-15 school year. All teachers at the high school will receive training dur ing pre-planning in August, he said. The campus-wide effort will help the staff prepare our students to meet the expecta tions of the new Florida stan dards. Mr. Hill was alluding to the new assessment the Florida Standards in English Language and Mathematics that will replace the three FCAT 2.0 tests in reading, math and writing with one comprehensive testing instrument. While the FCAT Writes assessment sunsets this year, the ability to write effectively is absolutely essential. BCHS will continue to work purposefully to prepare our students for their future success, sad Mr. Hill. E-mails seeking comments on the latest FCAT scores from principals at BCMS, Keller, Macclenny and Westside were not returned by press time. The districts Susan Voorhees, the director of accountability and special programs, however, said the district was proud of the gains students made this year. Assistant City Manager Roger Yarborough said the proposed signs will make it easier for deputies to run people out of the park at night because then they will actually be trespassing. Mr. Rhoden said last week that the closing time probably will be around 9 pm during the six months of daylight saving time and about 7 pm the other six months of the year. The park, also known simply as City Park, has always attracted visitors to the duck pond on the grounds. But it became even more popular after it was upgraded a few years ago with a state recreation grant to install playground equipment, large picnic pavilions, a lighted 1/2mile walking track and a public restroom. Since then, vandals have damaged or destroyed most of the wooden picnic tables and re peatedly damaged playground equipment and toilets and sinks in the restroom. Mr. Rhoden painted on the picnic pavilions. Most people, however, obey signs listing the following prohibitions in the park: No skate boarding, fishing (except for children under 12 and disabled or senior citizens), swimming, unleashed dogs or alcoholic bev erages. The people who seem to snub their nose at city rules and laws leave evidence of their presence on the ground for cleanup crews to remove in the mornings in the form of empty beer cans and bottles, as well as cigarette butts and other litter. The vandalism and other unlawful conduct have contin ued despite another sign still attached to a fence in front of the restroom, which states: Warning! Video Surveillance in Use on These Premises. But the sign was a ruse, a failed attempt to thwart mischievousness or illegal behavior. Those were fake cameras, Mr. Rhoden said, adding that he didnt know what happened to them. If the city buys real video surveillance equipment, which has been under consideration for several months, the cameras will have to be cleverly disguised or well concealed, the city manager said. We wouldnt want anybody shooting at them with BB guns, he said. Woodlawn Kennels Quality Professional Care Private Spacious Indoor/Outdoor RunsComplete Bath, De-flea & Groom ....... $20-$25 Bath, De-flea & Nails Clip . . . . . . $10-$15 Boarding (per actual day).................. $5-$10 FCAT SCOREStoy doesnt make you happy, so you try to start being genas opposed to just consuming things. Life in places like Khartoum in the Sudan where the 60 Minutes fairly regimented with 16-20hour work days not uncommon. The Italian-based relief agency Emergency that staffs the clinics makes sure its volunteers are well cared-for in dormitories, hotels or hostels, with as many creature comforts as feasible. They know we have to rest, we have to have safe food and a safe environment to keep functioning, so were pretty well taken care of, says Mr. Hunter. Over the years, its also allowed me to develop a lot of colleagues internationally, people I would never been able to come across. Kyle Hunter tries to make it back to his parents in Cuyler twice a year or so (he is with them this week) and stays in touch with friends in Baker County via Facebook and other social media. But his life has shifted away from northeast Florida, with a friend base centered in Arizo na and California, and places far beyond that many people a map. He has a skill that serves him well in California, and for which there is a pressing need, literally world-wide. Hes positioned himself in the best of two divergent worlds one with an enviable standard of living and the other that keeps him focused on what really matters. From page 1This native of Glen is giving back to 3rd WorldLocal jobless rate still decreases City tightening up park rulesFrom page 1Mixed bag on 3rd-8th grade resultsJOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.comThe jobless rate in Baker County hit its lowest level since early 2008 last month, falling from 5.6 percent in March to 4.8 percent in April, according to a preliminary employment report from the state released in mid-May. Unemployment fell statewide and nationally in April as well, to 5.7 percent in Florida and 5.9 percent in the U.S. University of North Florida economics professor Paul Mason attributes the job gains to a stronger housing market and shrinking labor force, accord ing to a recent report from The Financial News and Daily Record in downtown Jackson ville. Those not actively seeking work, who may still want a job, are not included in the workforce for the purposes of calculating unemployment. Looking at the Baker County data from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, which compiles labor market statistics for the U.S. Department of Labor, the size of the labor force here, 12,505, is down from March by 41 workers, but its up 276 work ers from a year ago. The estimated number of workers with jobs has steadily climbed from 11,410 in April, 2013 to 11,847 in March, 2014 and then to 11,899 last month. Meanwhile, the number of unemployed has declined from 819 in April of last year to 699 last month, and then to 606 in April. The full jobs report is available online at www.floridajobs. org/labor-market-information.


Page3MAY 29, 2014 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR IMPRESS I ONSJim McGauley Memorial Day plans?What are you plans for this Me morial Day? Are their any military observances happening in Baker County? Greg Sheppard: No obser vances that I am aware of already went by Jax Natl Cemetery for morning salute. Will be spending some time out camp ing with son who is home on leave from Afghanistan. Will also take time to honor those that have given ultimate sacrice when our nation called. Angie Davis: In my pool with drink in my hand! Don Yonn: Ocean pond, big river, Indy 500 and Coca Cola 600, shing and racing. Wow life is good!Cedar Creek bridge project?We posted FDOT road closures for Baker County and Greg Shep pard asked about the expected completion date on the Cedar Creek bridge project, setting o a series of complaints from other readers. Anna Denise Lewis: Like I said before, theyll x it faster as soon as it becomes an inconve nience for one of our politicians. Lynne Bolen: Gee, we didnt know the bridge was out for the last two years. Nothing like stating the obvious. Last time I checked on it, the platform and road were poured, but no guardrails, etc. That was two months ago! Gary Kreiser: Theyll build a few more banks and Dollar Stores before all of thats done.Racy social media posts make 2014 BCHS yearbookTheres been a lot of controver sy over the 2014 BCHS yearbook, namely publication of anony mous quotes from social media like Went to school with 6 hickies on my neck. #YOLO Do you think this is inappropriate? Is it just teens being teens? And who should take responsibility the school faculty, the yearbook students, the principal? Shelby Driggers: As a pre vious graduate of BCHS, I am extremely disappointed in the content of this years yearbook. Yearbooks are meant for school activities such as homecomings, proms, sports, clubs, etc. Its incredibly upsetting to know that students are able to put this type of trash into a book of school memories. I personally believe its not only the students fault, but more so the teachers and faculty who over see it. Gage Combs: I dont think it concerns anyone who isnt a student to be honest. I mean, if you dont agree with it, dont open it up and ip through the pages. Just like most have stopped picking up the press because all the articles they dont agree with. Anyone else agree? Melissa Elaine Haines: As parent Im gonna add two cents. I think it is completely ridiculous that there is not even a team photo of our football team. These boys work their tails o and get a crappy page layout to show for it. I was very unhappy with the yearbook. After pay ing a small mint for my daughDear Editor: Often teachers are recognized in the community as heroes, but never singled out. I would like to thank fourth grade teacher Jill Johnson at Keller Intermediate for her motherly instincts. She helped my child this year, kept a smile on his face, and encouraged him during of his life. She even carried my weight on her shoulders and supplied the box of tissues. Its a good feeling to know you are leaving your child with a loving, caring, special woman. Keller wouldnt be the same without her.Allison Grant MacclennyDear Editor: Today (May 23) was the last day for the seniors at BCHS, and for the last four years I have watched these children grown into young adults. Next Friday on graduation night they will walk across the stage and into adulthood. I pray Ive touched them just a small bit in repayment of the many lessons and bless ings they have given me. I pray that God will watch over these youngsters and bless them and put those that will help to guide then in their path. I will sincerely miss the class of 2014! Good luck and God bless you all.Deneese Hinson Mixon Macclenny (The writer is a 14-year employee at Baker High, currently a classroom facilitator for dual en rollment, virtual and study hall students.)Dear Editor: After reading The Baker County Press and The Florida TimesUnion that a recreation advisory board has been proposed for Bak er County, I would like to state that the re-establishment of this board would be a very good step. We had such a board during the time that I served as recreation director. ing on several advisory boards, I would like to make the following suggestions on some ideas on how the make-up should look. These are not all of my ideas, but observations on how other recreation boards are composed: should be a representative from each commissioner district, who is not a league person or representative of any league or sport. Their main interest should be the best aspects of recreation and parks, not only in their community but in the county as a whole. currently exists in the county. More can be added as needed. The person should be elected by each organization. baseball, softball, soccer, youth football and any other current programs, with the vision to develop a master recreation plan and policies for the county. the commissioners. Use some of the bed tax monies to promote recreation and sports outside of the county to bring more money into Baker County for these events (this can be done). through turkeys and also to support the continued funding of the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program. Funds have been scarce for the past few years, but there are programs that will be funded through the program this year. The Florida Recreation and Parks Association, of which I am a member, adopted the slogan It Starts in Parks and imagine what could start here in parks in Baker County by having an advisory board that cares. But if this board is overloaded with coaches, league parents and those who only support the activities they or their children are involved in, it will fail. I hope my suggestions are helpful. Margaret Mitzi Nelson MacclennySuggestions for recreation boardStudents a blessingHigh praise for teacherBaker Countys public schools will bid farewell this Friday to another group of about 300 students in the graduating class of Baker County High School, and the annual ritual at Memorial Stadium always triggers thoughts that lie on the sentimental side. Those good looking graduates decked out in cap and gown likely have little or no actual memories of September 11, 2001. The date seems like yesterday to some of us older geezers, but most of this years years old. For sure, theyve seen the dramatic videos played over at each years anniversary, but they dont have the perspective of years to grasp how much the world has changed while they worked their way up through elementary, middle and then high school. They are going out into a world of college campuses and workplaces vastly different from the generation before them. Theyll be looking to markets that are changing rapidly and demanding skills their fathers and mothers didnt need to have. The successful ones will grasp the fact that, while communicating has evolved into a rather soulless and detached activity the past de cade, lives of achievement will still require traditional personal connections. The connects that matter will still be with spouses, children, best friends, business associates, church families and the like. You can text all day, but eventually youll have to look em in the eye. Theyll need to learn, eiuring it out themselves, that Facebook is not reality; its merely a contributors percep tion of reality. What posters put out there for all the world to see isnt necessarily received by others the way they intend. All social media, after all, are secondary to the real world, merely a way of keep ing in touch like the old tele phone in the hallway was a half-century ago. Theyre not a substitute, and those who believe so are destined for a lonely existence. And while were on the subject of advice, its probably best to leave the fake potion of self-esteem on the grass leave the stadium Friday night to celebrate. Contrary to what many in the education establishment still believe, self-esteem is not conveyed, its earned from seeing through lifes challenges and reaching worthwhile goals. If it helps kids get through school in the early years, okay, but assuming youre something special will get you virtually nowhere in the real world. Dump it. against what will surely be a train wreck if this country continues on the path its been on in recent years. Reject the dominant message that someone else will take care of you, and the challenges that face you are so great you cant make it without dependency on others, most critically the government. hope those diplomas handed out on the stage Friday night signify the recipients are equipped with the basic skills to contribute to the world theyre stepping into.Reections on the graduation LIKE US ON FACEBOOKTO JOIN THE DISCUSSION ters senior page and buying two yearbooks one for each kid, yeah I was a little mad to say the least. Ashley Kay: As a recent graduate and a mother I think its very inappropriate to put a trashy comment in the year book. The yearbook may be for the students who went to school, but its not just parents or the students looking at it. Little brothers and sisters look at them too. That section should have been looked over and ommited by the teacher over the yearbook. Not to mention it re ects poorly on the school for allowing such trash to be placed in the yearbook! Jason Knabb: Folks half of you probably cant remember when the last time you looked at your yearbook, but I bet youve colored someones teeth black or wrote and obscene gesture over someones face, that you hope your kid dont see one day. Folks whats done is done, let it go. Mackenzie Jade Wingard: Personally, I feel like this has been blown way out of pro portion, as many of you would agree. Majority of the people who are obsessed with the situation and insist on portraying such negativity are those to whom it does not even concern. So many people look to state their input on something that is none of their business and that they are not aected by. From the parents point of view, I understand why such content isnt necessarily something that you want your children learning about. But seriously? It was a small section, which was a joke that many of us got a good laugh out of. If you really think your children dont hear about much worse on a daily basis, then maybe you should consider homeschooling, with all do respect. Join us on Facebook by searching The Baker County Press and liking our page. You can also nd us on Twitter @bakercopress and YouTube.


Page 4 T B C P ursday, May 29, 2014BAKER COUNTY COMMISSION COUNTY LAND PLANNING AGENCY CIRCUIT COURT Treatment rooms are private and con dential. Who needs dental insurance? www.macclennydentalclub.com653-3333 571 S. 6th StreetDerrick Carter, D.M.D.WE HAVE A BETTER PLAN!MacclennyDentalSmileClub.com3 plans to t your needs, ALL with NO annual limits, NO waiting period, NO deductible, NO exclusions, NO missing tooth clause, NO calendar year max, NO waiting to verify coverage and NEVER see an increase in your monthly cost COUNTRY FEDERALCREDIT UNION 602 S. Sixth Street, Macclenny 259-6702 100 S. Lima Street, Baldwin 266-1041 Its the perfect time to own your DREAM HOMEContact a Member Service Representative today to check out our low rates MIKE ANDERSON PRESS STAFF An updated local housing assistance plan was approved by the Baker County Commission last week to meet a May 23 deadline to secure $350,000 in state funds to build modest houses or repair existing dwellings for low income, elderly and disabled clients. The plan is renewed every three years to provide guidelines for administering the State Housing Initiative Partnership, or SHIP, program funded by documentary stamp taxes paid on real estate transactions. SHIP grants function as deferred loans in which the balance decreases yearly until it reaches zero after 15 or 20 years, depending upon the type of loan. For purchase assistance and renovation of existing dwellings the term is 15 years and for new home construction it is 20 years. The loan amount depreciates 6.66 percent per year on 15-year plans and 5 percent on 20year plans, which require liens on the property for the length of the contract. Applicants who live in their SHIP home for the duration of the loan term owe nothing. Repayment of the loan is required only if the homeowner sells or transfers ownership of the home, ceases to use the home as their primary residence, or fails to maintain the property in accordance with county zoning code standards within the lien period. One part of the plan that created some concern and debate about whether it should be amended is a section dealing with the death of an applicant well within the 20-year lien period on a SHIP home that was built new. The plan states that if the applicant dies prematurely all heirs and successors will be held to the same rules and regulations as the applicant. It further states that the property may be sold, but if so the lien shall be fully the eligibility of the program. In other words, said County Attorney Rich Komando, the loan gets paid back at full amount, not a depreciated value. Commission Chairman Jimmy Anderson said he felt a 10-year lien would be more reasonable because families who inherit a SHIP house after their parent dies would not be hit with such a large debt. Most applicants for SHIP houses, he said, are quite elderly and, realistically, likely will die before the 20-year lien ends. If one passed away after only a few years it would leave heirs owing a lot of money. My concern is putting the burden onto other family members, Mr. Anderson said. The contract is with the applicant, not their family. Other commissioners agreed last week and said they might be agreeable to amending the plan to cut the deferred payment loan period from 20 to 10 years and increasing the annual depreciation to 10 percent. However, after having a week to think about it and discuss it with other people, Mr. Anderson said on May 27 that he wasnt so sure that heirs would have to pay 100 percent of the original loan amount. He said he thinks the housing assistance plan could be interpreted to mean that they would simply have to pay the remaining bal ance after deducting the 5 percent annual depreciation factor, which would reduce the debt burden. Mr. Anderson said he intended to discuss the matter with County Manager C.J. Thomp son and the county attorney on May 28. In other business during the May 20 board meeting commissioners: Added six transportation improvement projects totaling nearly $19 million to a wish list that the county hopes will be funded by the Florida Department of Transportation in the next few years. The projects which include engineering, surveying, permitting and construction are: 1. CR 127 North: Resurface 11.3 miles beginning at CR 127 and ending at Moccasin Creek Circle for an estimated cost of $1.8 million. 2. CR 139B: Resurface 1.51 miles beginning at CR 125 and ending at US 90. Estimated cost is $390,000. 3. Turner Cemetery Road: Pave 4.7 miles of unpaved road, beginning at CR 125 and ending at CR 127. Estimated cost: $2,.7 million. 4. Bill Davis Road: Pave two miles of unpaved road beginning at CR 130 and ending at Reid Stafford Road. Estimated cost: $900,000. 5. Midpoint Parkway (Macclenny truck by-pass route): The project consists of a road connecting SR 121, SR 228 and SR 10 (US 90). Approximate length is 4.1 miles at an estimated cost of $12.9 million. 6. SR 228: The project consists of adding two lanes, sidewalks, curb and gutters for .9 mile at an estimated cost of $3.9 million. This is in conjunction with the City of Macclennys proposed Enterprise Corridor designed to attract commercial development between I-10 and Lowder Street. Awarded a $4,250 contract to Dependable Heating A/C, a Macclenny contractor, for the replacement of an air conditioning unit at the public library. Dependable submitted the lowest of three bids for installing a 5-ton heat pump system, including auxiliary heat strips. Approved an application submitted by Mary and Thomas Going for a special zoning exception to subdivide a 7-acre parcel into three separate family lots in the Cedar Creek Farms subdivision north of Glen St. Mary. The request was granted after a public hearing at 6 pm. The Goings told commissioners they wanted to give some of their property to their son and daughter, who already lives in a mobile home at the south end of the parcel with her husband and children. The request was denied by the countys jected to it because of impassable roads during heavy rains in Cedar Creek Farms. county road to get to their home, County Planner Ed Preston told commissioners. The Goings showed the commission family photographs, including their grandchildren, and said they all wanted to live together on the same piece of land, which they have owned since 1981. Were here to plead for a special exception, Mrs. Going said. This is for my family. We just want three individual pieces of land. Our daughter and son-in-law and grandchildren will live on one end, our son will live in the middle. department or rescue for assistance and if a hurricane were approaching we plan to stay elsewhere. The board, which previously have supported other requests for family lots, unanimously approved the special exception. MIKE ANDERSON PRESS STAFF The Baker County Land Plan ning Agency has recommended denial of an application to divide a one-acre lot in half to accommodate two rental mobile homes at the northwest corner of Mud Lake Road and CR 125. The final decision will be made by the county commission at a public hearing at 6 pm on June 17. But the proposal will come with a 3-1 vote by LPA members to reject the property owners request. The planning and zoning advisory board members who voted against the proposal agreed that it could set a precedent for increasing the density in a neighborhood dominated by single-family residential lots several acres in size. If we approve this, it would be more dense than any of the properties around it? board member John Adams asked County Planner Ed Preston. That is correct, Mr. Preston replied. After 30 minutes or so debating the pros and cons in a public hearing, the board concluded that the request to double the density on the lot could be detrimental to the rural-residential character of the surrounding neighborhood. We would be setting a precedent for 1/2-acre lots in that area all along Mud Lake Road. We would be opening the door for that, Mr. Adams said. Glen Patten, who was elected to lead the LPA as its next chairman, agreed and recommended the request be denied. Mr. Adams seconded the motion and the third member to join them, Joseph DeFee, said he shared the same concerns. The dissenting vote was cast He said he did not think the proposal would harm the neighborhood because of its location at a busy street corner. You would logically expect to see a higher density at intersections, Mr. Zamarron said. The application to increase the density on the lot and zone it for two mobile homes was recommended for approval by the countys planning department. The development review comand emergency rescue services departments and the sheriffs ofMr. Preston noted that properties north of Mud Lake Road are in the urban growth area designated in the countys longrange comprehensive plan as the area where most residential development is anticipated in the coming years. Nonetheless, the testimony of three other homeowners all of whom live on the south side of Mud Lake Road helped convince the majority that the ap plication to change the land use and zoning on the subject parcel should be denied. One of those neighbors was Loraine Overland, who lives with her husband and two children at 7426 Mud Lake Rd. near the southeast corner of the intersection. She said they bought their 2.5-acre lot because they wanted to live and raise their children in a low density neighborhood with large yards. She said she has nothing against mobile homes but noted that houses appreciate in value and mobile homes do not. Danny Burger, who lives about three houses down at 7316 Mud Lake Rd., also spoke against the proposal because it would increase density. Theres 550 acres across the street (former Blair Nursery property on the north side of Mud Lake Road between SR 121 and CR 125), Mr. Burger said. Are they going to be allowed to put 1/2-acre lots over there? Shelly Weichselbaum, a rehome at 7610 Mud Lake Rd. is surrounded by 5.5 acres, said that as a former law enforcement officer she knows that with more density come more (crime) problems. To grant the request, she said, would not be fair to others who chose the neighborhood because of its rural, quiet nature with large yards. She said the applicants had done a beautiful job cleaning up the site but said it should remain one acre. The applicants, Jacqueline and David Robinson, removed a substandard old house and numerous trees and thick brush from the lot and placed a double-wide mobile home on it earlier this year facing CR 125. The back portion of the lot where she wanted to put a second mobile home is connected by a driveway to Mud Lake Road. Mrs. Robinson told the LPA board that they also planned to erect a privacy fence around the property but the cost to clear the lot was so expensive they needed to add a second rental unit to justify the cost. I dont think anything we want to do is going to impact anybody, she said. We made improvements to the lot. One additional dwelling would not there. She said she and her husband own several rental properties in the area, including some across the street or next door to their home on Mud Lake Road, and said they were not trying to impact housing values. Earlier in the meeting Mr. Preston told the board that he will be meeting with the county manager and county attorney on May 28 to prepare a schedule for the gradual adoption of revised land development regulations, which have been delayed for a year. The adoption process, Mr. Preston said, will begin with the simplest and least controver sial provisions and end with the more complex, controversial issues, such as mining. The LPA board sent a request to the county commission last month requesting prompt atten tion to the pending LDRs. My concern is putting the burden onto other family members. e contract is with the applicant, not their family.Commissioner Jimmy AndersonMulls shortening liens for SHIPOpposes allowing extra unit on acreA convicted felon from Glen St. Mary was sentenced to an 18-month prison term on May 20 after admitting he violated several provisions of his probation sentence for having a gun and felony driving with a suspended license. Circuit Judge Mark Moseley imposed the sentence on Frank Levi Pipkins, 34, during regu lar court session. He had been on probation since July of last year, and court records indicate he was arrested for possession of cocaine and hydromorphine in February. Mr. Pipkins also lied to him, failed to make an appointment tion. He was arrested in April while out on bond for shoplift ing the previous month. In the only other sentenc ing that day, the judge ordered Richard Salazar, 31, of Jack sonville onto a three-year probation for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The defendant was charged with driving his vehicle into the path of his estranged girlfriend in a service station parking lot near Sanderson back in March. The confrontation took place during an argument as they met to exchange a child. Mr. Salazar must also take anger management and parenting classes. Frank PipkinsProbation violator gets 18-month term PHOTO BY JIM MCGA ULEY Vacant house burnsA re ignited just before noon on May 27 from a nearby burning trash pile de stroyed an abandoned frame house on CR 229 belonging to Regina Berger, who was working on the property at the time. Units from Sanderson and Glen St. Mary responded to the blaze that was ruled accidental by county re chief Steve Mar forngella. The structure was not insured and was due to be razed.


ursday, May 29, 2014 T B C P Page 5BAKER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Serving Baker County for over 35 yearsspecializing in...Real Estate Family Law Personal Injury Hugh D. Fish, Jr. J.D.259-6606The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. Baker County Health Department480 W. Lowder St., Macclenny (904) 259-6291 Shanna Horne, ARNP, Dr. Jorge-Caraballo, Stephanie Crawford, ARNP and Dr. William NieldsIn order to serve our customers better, we are now fully staffed and ready to meet your health care needs. Appointments can be made Monday Friday 8-5 pm or Tuesday & Thursday nights until 8 pmWE OFFER : Primary Care Family Planning Immunizations Pediatric Health Care STD/HIV Testing & Treatment and much more!Call 259-6291 ext. 2298We take the following insurances:Medicaid Medicaid First Coast Advantage Medicaid United Health Wellcare/Staywell/Healthease Kid-care Commercial Insurances Medicare Avmed United Wellcare Blue Cross Blue Shield HumanaOther services available at the Baker County Health Department: Dental services for ages 21 and under unless your Medicaid plans serves adults Smoking Cessation/CPR/First Aide/Baby Sitting Classes Diabetes Self-Management Classes Healthy StartThe Baker County Health Department would like to WELCOME and introduce you to our new medical staff: Tuesday & Thursday nights until 8 pm Pediatric Health Care STD/HIV Testing & Treatment and much more! Call 259-6291 ext. 2298 We take the following insurances: Medicaid Medicaid First Coast Advantage Medicaid United Health Wellcare/Staywell/Healthease Commercial Insurances Other services available at the Baker County Health Department: Dental services for ages 21 and under unless your Medicaid plans serves adults Smoking Cessation/CPR/First Aide/Baby Sitting Classes Diabetes Self-Management Classes JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.comSuperintendent Sherrie Raulerson recognized school volunteers of the year along with other district partners and honor roll students from the Macclenny area during the May 19 school board meeting at Macclenny Elementary School. There was Shirley Moffitt, named the PreK/Kindergarten Center volunteer of the year, who helps with the schools accelerated reading, or AR, program, which encourages students to read competitively for prizes like pizza parties, trophies and cash. At Macclenny Elementary, two volunteers were singled out Helene Guest and Katina Bryant. Ms. Guest is a frequent volunteer teaching classes about gardening, composting, recycling and organic pest control. Ms. Bryant, meanwhile, assists with office work and grading papers. She also supplied crickets to feed one class pet lizards. I hear they [teachers] fight over her, Mrs. Raulerson said of the latter volunteer. Next up was Kathy Sibley, a volunteer at Westside Elementary, and Genevieve Lucas, who helps out a Keller Intermediate. Brandi Volz was touted for her work at the middle school running errands, organizing events and serving pre-game meals to student athletes. High school volunteer Trinity Rivest was honored for her volunteer service with the schools band program. Mrs. Raulerson also recognized each school for their efforts to support volunteering at their campuses. She said this year 445 people supplied 535 hours of volunteer time at the PreK-Kindergarten Center, 483 people gave 3383 hours to Macclenny Elementary, 433 people spent 4969 hours at Westside Elementary, 465 volunteers logged 3137 hours for Keller Intermediate, 72 volunteers counted 2795 hours at the middle school and 846 people amassed a whopping 7466 hours at the high school. The volunteer recognitions were preceded by a similar ceremony for the Baker County Extensions Services activities with area school children. The office is a partnership between the county, the Uni versity of Floridas Institute of Food & Agriculture Sciences and the USDA that assists local farmers, consumers and youth via various programs. The county extension director Mike Davis, its 4-H agent Shaina Bennett and its horticulture agent Alicia Lamborn were all recognized for their contributions to the countys schools. Mr. Davis has been a guest reader in the elementary schools and served on the high schools Career and Adult Education Advisory Council. Ms. Bennett was feted for her work with the 4-H embryology project, which teaches children about the life cycle of chickens, from birth to hatching. She also teaches healthy eating habits to kids in school. Ms. Lamborn, who was absent from the meeting because she recently had a baby, has planted, with student assistance, 51 trees at four schools since 2008. Shes also led hy droponic gardening and raised bed gardening demonstrations. Its wonderful what you do for the kids of this community, Mrs. Raulerson said to Mr. Davis and Ms. Bennett. Mr. Davis then thanked all the parents and children whove participated the exten sion services programs. Two monetary donations to the school district were announced at the opening of the roughly hour-and-40-minute gathering. AT&T representative Heather Duncan was on hand to give $2000 of her companys funds to match the districts investment in a hydroponic gardening project at Macclenny Elementary. An anonymous donation to the Baker County Education Foundation for the Positive Behav ioral System, which rewards students for good behavior, was announced as well. The biggest chunk of the meeting, however, was individually recognizing the honor roll students in the Macclenny area in grades one through five. In the final seven minutes of the meeting, the school board approved unanimously the following measures: Raises for the high schools two Air Force JROTC instructors, Master Sergeant Liz LawWallace and Major Joseph Chiofolo, as required by the minimum salaries set by the Department of Defense. The majors salary will go from $62,793 to $63,088 while the master sergeants will increase from $40,865 to $41,056. Two plan renewals for training programs from a regional educational consor tium known as NEFEC for the required certifications to be athletic coaches and English teachers to non-native speakers in public schools. The five-year plans has no major revisions. An agreement with St. Leo University binding the district to promote the colleges postsecondary degree programs to district personnel in exchange for a 10 percent tuition discount for district employees seeking higher education there. An agreement with the Seminole County School District for Medicaid administrative claiming services for the coming year. The next school board meeting is set for June 2 at the high school beginning at 6:30 p.m. Its wonderful what you do for the kids of this community.Sherrie RaulersonSchools SuperintendentTop volunteers laudedFor helping out in academic, other areas


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ursday, May 29, 2014 T B C P Page 7Police arrested a Jackson ville woman for drug and paraphernalia possession the evening of May 20 after she was involved in an altercation with an ex-husband at Woodys BBQ on South 6th St. in Macclenny. Deputy Jacob Satterwhite said he requested permission to search the purse of Megan Hoffman, 28, after noticing she had what appeared to be needle marks on her hands. She then reportedly admitted she had been shooting heroin. Inside the purse was a wooden box containing syringes, a spoon, steel wool, two glass pipes and a lighter. container containing two pills for which Ms. Hoffman did not have a prescription. They were Xanax and Hydrochloride. Police were called to the restaurant about 8 pm after the suspect argued with the ex-husband, who refused to call someone to give her a ride home. She dined there earlier accompanied by a friend, who then ejected her from a vehicle and left her stranded. The pill possession charge is a felony, paraphernalia a misdemeanor. In other drug-related arrests, a 17-year-old male student at Baker County High School was arrested for having marijuana in a deodorant container stored in his backpack. Deputy Chris Walker and assistant principal John Staples questioned the boy earlier after a trace amount of pot his 1999 Ford pickup parked near the school tennis courts the morning of May 20. The countys K-9 Blitz alerted to the presence of the drug during a free-air sweep of the parking lot, an exercise conducted occasionally on the Glen St. Mary campus. The student was given a verbal warning then because of the small amount, and Mr. Staples called Deputy Walker back to the school about 11:30 when informed the student was boasting that he got away with having marijuana. It was then that the backpack was searched again. Deputy Clements Leo arrested Richard P. Hodges, 29, him walking in the travel lane of CR 229 near Thomas Sweat Rd. about 11 pm on May 20. During a routine search, the deputy found two small baggies of marijuana in the suspects pants pocket, along with rolling papers. Deputy Leo said he was on patrol when he saw vehicles swerve out of their travel lane to avoid hitting Mr. Hodges. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUSWe are a group of recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. IT WORKS!!Meetings are held at the Baker County Health Department on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:45 p.m.-7:45 p.m. JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.comIn a three bedroom, two bath home on a quiet street in north Macclenny a few blocks from downtown sits the coun tys newest and only assisted living facility. During the last year, Stephenie Morales and her husband Jeremy Howell have invested about $100,000 in the business, including renovations to the residential property at 132 W. Stansell Ave. The facility, equipped with a TV room, crafting and dining room, large backyard and kitchen, is the brainchild of Ms. Morales, who formerly worked for the states Department of Elder Affairs as an ombudsmen and advocate for nursing home residents. Though small compared to many assisted living facilities (ALFs) statewide with just five beds, the Clair Winston House may expand in the future if demand proves high enough, the owner said. Mrs. Morales is targeting customers who could benefit from living in an environment where non-medical assistance is available 24 hours a day, including transportation services to shopping, doctors appointments and social activities. She said the Clair Winston House, named after her grandfather, cannot accept residents who require 24-hour nursing care or who cannot walk. The house also cant take Medicaid recipients just yet. Im working on it, said Mrs. Morales. The house itself, circa 1960, has hardwood and tile flooring and a well-landscaped front and rear yard. Theres a small deck off the side of the home as well. The premises are monitored continuously by video surveillance. Its just waiting for residents, said Mrs. Morales, who is actively seeking her first livein clients. So far, she said, the house has drawn interest for its respite, or adult day care, services, which can give other care givers, perhaps the children of aging seniors, a break from around-the-clock supervision of their elders, albeit temporary. Mrs. Morales, a Glen St. Mary resident with her husband and their six children, moved back to Baker County in 2005 to help care for her aging grandfather, who died in 2010 at 91 years old. She said he was a very social person, but was not fond of clinical environments like hospitals and nursing homes. She said he often complained of the loneliness he felt after he was diagnosed with a hormonal illness known as Addisons Disease. I was close to him but I didnt know about ALFs until he became sick, said Mrs. Morales. We all felt getting him into one would have prolonged his life. That combined with her professional background spurred her to open a Macclenny ALF named after her granddad. Mrs. Morales holds a bachelors degree in healthcare administration and an aging studies certification from the University of Central Florida. She also spent 13 years as a respiratory therapist. But to operate an ALF in Florida more training is required. Such facilities are regulated and licensed by the states Agency for Healthcare Admin istration, or ACHA. The agency requires licensees undergo 40 hours of instruction and pass an exam. They must also learn CPR and first aid, and pass another exam on food safety. In addition, Mrs. Morales had to pass a background check and the house had to clear fire and building code inspections. It was really hard actually, she said the red tape involved the endeavor. The Clair Winston Houses license number is 12451. ACHA periodically inspects licensed facilities and the results are available online through a search database at http://ahca. Communications/public_re cords.shtml under the Public Records Search link. ACHAs press secretary Shelisha Coleman said the Clair Winston House is the only currently licensed ALF in Baker County. The countys only other ALF was the Countryside Retirement Home in Sanderson, which closed in 1998, she said. Photo by Joel AddingtonStephanie Morales and husband Jeremy Howell.Opens assisted living home The Clair Winston House, LLCASSISTED LIVING FACILITYA live-in full service facility offering 24/7 tailored careLimited openings available!904-402-1079You want whats best for your loved one...SO DO WE!AL12481 A home-like environment for those who do not desire a nursing home setting. JON SHUMAKE jonshu@live.comA 17-year-old Macclenny youth was arrested for felony grand theft of a motor vehicle on the morning of May 23 after he was caught driving a golf cart he took from outside Davis Golf Cart and Small Engine Repair valued at about $4,000. Deputy John Minkel spotted the suspect driving the golf cart on the sidewalk in front of The Baker County Press After losing sight of the male after he turned down Railroad Avenue, the deputy located him walking down the same road. Dep. Minkel told him it was illegal to drive a golf cart on a sidewalk found the cart on the side of the road and pointed toward Davis Golf Cart and Small Engine Repair. He had parked the stolen cart in the Lady Bug Consignment parking lot nearby. The deputy escorted the juvenile as he drove the golf cart back to the shop, and the suspect struck a bench that belonged to the City of Macclenny. Once they arrived back at the store, owner Leonard Davis identithe battery. The vehicle was then returned to store co-owner Kevin Davis and the juvenile was arrested. In another incident, a Macclenny man discovered his car had been spray painted during the night of May 25, and the incident may have stemmed from one the previous day. Douglas Stivers told Deputy Justin Yingling he left his 2006 Honda Element in his driveway on Fox Ridge Drive the previous night. When he returned to it in the morning, he found a white spray paint line from the left rear panel all the way around the front of the vehicle to the right rear panel. Mr. Stivers held a yard sale on May 23 and sold a pressure washer to a white male he described to be about 5 and 130 pounds. The man returned to the victims residence on May 24 and said the pressure washer didnt work and that he wanted his money back. Mr. Stivers told the man the pressure washer worked before he purchased it and there are no refunds. The man then told the victim, Dont tell me no, you will regret it, and then left. Mr. Stivers said the man may live off 4th Street and could possibly own a yellow scooter. Deputy Yingling searched the area but couldnt locate the suspect.JON SHUMAKE jonshu@live.comA Glen St. Mary woman was arrested for shoplifting on the afternoon of May 24 after she was caught stealing an iTouch case and a tank top from Walmart that were valued at $26. Nicole Shaw, 34, took items out of their original packag ing after taking them off the shelves before she proceeded to the self-checkout registers. She scanned several items, but kept tank top and iTouch case concealed in her hand under her wallet. She paid for the scanned items and then left without paying for the shirt or case. Ms. Shaw admitted to Deputy Justin Yingling to stealing the items. In a similar case, an unknown man stole two high-definition televisions and a case of beer from Walmart on the af ternoon of May 25 and left in a vehicle that had been reported stolen out of Jacksonville the previous day. The white male entered the store and placed the two TVs, valued at almost $700, into his shopping cart and then proceed toward the exit. Before leaving the store, he grabbed a 12-pack of Corona Light. He placed the items in the bronze 2004 Buick car with a license plate of CVZQ71 and then pulled out of the parking lot driving toward I-10. A check with dispatch revealed the car had been reported stolen on May 24. Dep. Yingling obtained video footage, a photo of the subject and a receipt of the stolen items for evidence and charg es of grand theft are pending Shopliing at self-check in WalmartYouth destroys citys bench with golf cartHad pills, syringes in purse


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The following site will be participating in the Summer Food Service Program:Baker County Kindergarten Center 362 South Boulevard East Macclenny, Florida 32063Breakfast begins at 8 am and ends at 9 am; Lunch begins at 11 am and ends at 12:15 pm To le a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Director, Ofce of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call toll free (866) 6329992 (Voice). Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. JON SHUMAKE jonshu@live.comA Macclenny man discov ered almost $3,600 worth of property was stolen from his storage garage at 305 E. Florida Ave. when he went to retrieve some items from it on May 24. Terry Crews Jr. told Deputy Justin Yingling he was last at the rented garage on May 17 and locked the unit when he left. When he opened the shed door on May 24, he noticed his TV, a Yamaha surround sound system, a Ryobi tool set and a BluRay player were missing. Mr. Crews said the garage door was closed and appeared to be locked properly before he entered it, but it appeared that the lock was turned enough to slide the locking mechanism back to gain entry. Dep. Yingling noticed minor pry marks on the doors sliding lock mechanism. In another incident, a Macclenny man reported $200 of damage done to his trailers skirting in the early morning of May 23 after an unknown woman backed a Chevrolet truck into the side of his residence. Isaac Haywood told Corporal Tony Norman he was awakened around 2:10 in the morning by a loud noise and a violent shake to his residence. He went outside and discov ered the unknown white woman with a male passenger had backed into his residence. The woman accelerated and fled north down Martin Luther King Drive when Mr. Haywood tried to stop the vehicle. Witness Bettina Jones was at her aunts house directly be hind Mr. Haywoods when the incident occurred. She said a woman in a black Chevrolet truck came up to her and said she was lost, and Ms. Jones said the driver appeared intoxicated and confused. When she tried approaching the truck, the woman backed into Mr. Haywoods residence and then In other similar incidents: Deputy Yingling responded to Elegance n Bloom on 5th Street in Macclenny on the morning of May 24 after some one stole parts of an air conditioning unit worth about $100 the previous night. Barbara Stivender told the deputy the unit was working properly when she left the previous afternoon, but it wasnt when she returned in the morning. A technician noticed the power junction box, located near the outside unit, had parts missing from it. Dep. Yingling canvassed the area for the missing parts but couldnt locate any. Due to a lack of evidence, there are is no suspect information. John Shadd III of Macclenny discovered the back door of his residence on Jeff Starling Road had been forced open and a Florida Gator ice bucket containing $150 worth of change had been stolen when he returned home on May 19 after being out of town the previous week. A Macclenny live-in girlfriend was arrested early on May 23 for an attack on her boyfriend during an argument over her going out for more alcohol, then bringing it back to their north city apartment and being drunk in front of their 1-year-old son. John McDowell, 28, was interviewed by Deputy Justin Yingling at the Fraser Hospital emergency room after being kicked several times in the abdomen by Amber Tillis, 27, when the argument turned violent. She is also accused of striking him in the face. The deputy later interviewed Ms. Tillis, who he said had a strong odor of alcohol about her with slurred speech. She had been picked up by neighborhood following the 1 am incident. She was arrested for domestic violence and the Department of Children and the child was present. In a second case involving a boyfriend and girlfriend, Kristopher Jones, 33, was charged with domestic battery on Joevita Staley, 40, at her residence on Boyce Rd. south of Sanderson the afternoon of May 21. Ms. Staley told Deputy Jeremiah Johnson her boyfriend became angry after she asked him to leave following an argument, and threw a part from a charcoal grill at her, striking her in the leg. He left, but returned shortly after and forced himself back into the residence, toss ing a bicycle pump at her before Ms. Staley doused him with pepper spray. Deputy Johnson interviewed Mr. Jones at his residence in the same neighborhood, and he denied throwing the objects, saying only that the girlfriend became angry and sprayed him. He was arrested after Ms. Staley produced a voice mail message during which the boyfriend called her an obscene name and threatened her. Deputy Clements Leo arrested Gary Jordan Jr., 19, for attacking John Harrington, 27, the night of May 19 at the latters residence in Little Dixie trailer park off CR 250 in the north county. Mr. Harrington told the ofgry after he refused to take Mr. Jordans sister to the hospital because his vehicle was low on gas. He accused Mr. Jordan of pulling him out of his residence, then striking him several times about the face. The deputy noted a cut about Mr. Harringtons right eye and extensive swelling below the left eye consistent with the allegation. Mr. Jordan, interviewed at his neighboring residence, smelled strongly of alcohol and admitted to drinking up to a dozen beers. He also conced ed that he attacked the victim. a criminal complaint earlier that evening naming a 17-year-old male for attacking a 16-year-old male in front of a residence on CR 127, striking him on the side of his face. The victim said the confrontation was the result of a past feud. The complaint was versions of events.JON SHUMAKE jonshu@live.comA Sanderson man was ar rested for possession of crack cocaine the afternoon of May 26 when the car he was riding in was pulled over on County Road 229. Deputy Trey McCullough stopped driver Strickland Brown, 22, of Tallahassee for not wearing a seatbelt and having an inoperable taillight. The car had two passengers, including Joey Givens, 23, in the backseat. During the stop, the deputy smelled burnt marijuana inside the car. Mr. Brown admitted to smoking it in the car the day before and consented to a search of the vehicle, which only revealed residue scattered throughout the floorboard. After Deputy McCullough searched the front-seat passenger and didnt find anything illegal, he asked to search Mr. Givens, who admitted to having crack cocaine in his pocket. The suspect pulled an aspirin bottle that contained three pieces of crack out of his pocket and handed it to the officer. Mr. Brown received verbal warnings for his traffic infractions. In another incident, a Macclenny woman was arrested the evening of May 26 for knowingly driving with a suspended or revoked license and the attached license tag not being assigned. She was pulled over for having a faulty brake light. Tammy Mullner, 34, admit ted to Deputy Jeremiah Johnson she didnt have a valid drivers license. A check through dispatch revealed it had been suspended for failure to pay, refusal to submit breath and was canceled indefinitely. She also told the officer the tag was not assigned to the Ford Explorer she was driving and that he had just purchased it. A check revealed the tag be longed to James Arthur Martin, who was the father of front-seat passenger James William Martin. In other incidents: Alex Wilcox Jr., 28, of Macclenny was named in a criminal complaint for resisting arrest without violence on the morning of May 25 after he fled the scene of a traffic stop by jumping out of the car while it was still in motion. Deputy Jacob Satterwhite attempted the traffic stop when he saw Mr. Wilconx speeding on 6th Street. The suspect turned down 7th Street and pulled over to the right shoulder where he left the car while it was in motion. The car struck a speed limit sign causing minor damage to the front left bumper. As Mr. Wilcox fled, passenger Brandon Ruise, 21, of Macclenny also left the vehicle and ran behind the Kangaroo Store. He was located behind a day care on South Boulevard and was escorted back to the scene. Backseat passenger Alyul Washington remained in the vehicle and identified Mr. Wilcox. Deputy Michael Antonini was responding to a criminal mischief call on the morning of May 27 when issued a warrant from Marion County to Jeff Poag, 46, of Altoona for shoplifting.Fight over getting more boozePassenger had crack cocaineStorage garage is lootedOwner says loss at $3600A Starke, FL man was arrested on May 26 and charged with trespassing at the residence of his estranged wife, then keying the side of a pickup belonging to the man she is currently seeing. Lacey Padgett, 42, may have pried open a door at a residence on Woodlawn Rd. about 7:40 that morning when he stormed into a bedroom where Heather Padgett, 37, and Troy Thornton, 44, were sleeping. They told Deputy Robert Simpkins the intruder cursed at them and threatened Mr. Thornton before spinning out of the front yard in his vehicle, spraying mud onto the boyfriends 2007 Toyota. Shortly after, it was discovered that the left front fender of the truck had been keyed, and the vehicle had not been moved after it was damaged. Interviewed later at county jail, Mr. Padgett initially claimed to be unaware his wife was in another relationship despite her claims that he had left threatening voice mail messages recent ly. In another report involving a vehicle, police have a female suspect in the disappearance of a 2002 Chevrolet SUV from the parking lot of the Country Club Lounge on SR 121 in the early morning of May 23. Amanda Hays told Deputy Jeremiah Johnson she left her keys either on the bar or outside on a sidewalk between 12:15-1:30 am and named the suspect who she claims had been harassing her that evening. The deputy noted the car was recovered back at the lounge parking lot about 9 the following morning.Barged in on wife, new boyfriend ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Monday & Friday at 8 pm | 209 Macclenny Ave.


ursday, May 29, 2014 T B C P Page 9Deadline for scholarshipsMay 30 is the deadline to apply for one of two college scholarships available to Bak er County residents who did not attend college after high school graduation. Applicants must plan to attend a college or other postsecondary training institute and have either a regular high school diploma or GED for at least three years. They must need, complete 24 semester hours within two years. For other details, contact Shirley Crawford with the Baker County Education Foundation at 259-0428. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 10:00 am Opening Ceremony Sept. 11 Memorial Display unveiling 10:30 am Vehicle Fire 11:30 am High Angle Rescue 12:30 pm Vehicle Extrication 1:30 pm Vehicle Fire 2:30 pm High Angle Rescue 3:30 pm Vehicle Extrication 4:00 pm Event EndsSaturday, June 710:00 am 4:00 pm Winn Dixie Parking LotRESCUE, EXTRICATION & FIRE DEMONSTRATIONSFire Safety/Prevention Booth Volunteer Recruitment Fire Trucks/Special Ops Equipment on Display Kids Train Ride & Bounce House Free Smoke Detectors FREE ADMISSION The City of Macclenny Fire & Rescue Department wants to thank the community for their continued support and invites everyone to come out as we showcase some of the things we do to serve you! We will be unveiling our memorial display with a piece of the World Trade Center from the September 11, 2001 attacks. The sheriffs department is looking for a Glen St. Mary man who was picked out of a photo lineup as the person who ran from a Cuyler residence late on May 23, who allegedly pointed a pistol at the property owner when he gave chase. Wesley Jordan, 23, told Deputy Daryl Mobley the next day that Phillip Bennett III, 26, is the the gun and told him to step back when he confronted the suspect near Bluff Creek Rd. about midnight. Mr. Jordan said his brother Dalton Manning, 19, came into the residence off CR 127 about 11:45 after hearing barking dogs and going outfoot. Mr. Jordan then took off after him. The countys K-9 Blitz was called in and tracked a scent believed to be Mr. Bennetts for some distance from the scene before it abruptly ended where police think he got into a vehicle. Mr. Manning said the suspect confronted him several days earlier at nearby Altmans Store, attempting to talk him into giving him two pit bulldogs. He is being sought for aggravated assault with by a convicted felon. Mr. Bennett has felony convictions for drug offenses and similar cases pending in circuit court. He is also a possible suspect in the theft of a $600 revolver from Gerald Andrews on Doyle Williams Rd. sometime between late March and last week. In other recent reports, a 34-year-old male patient at Northeast Florida State Hospital was named in a complaint for felony aggravated battery on employee Jeremy Lowery, 20, of Macclenny on May 26. Deputy Robert Simpkins report notes that Mr. Lowery was treated at Fraser Hospital for fractures to the nose and cheek bone. He was stuck several times in the face. In a second NEFSH attack, this one involving naming a 27-year-old for punching a 56-year-old in the facial area. Deputy Jacob Satterwhite was told the assailant attacked his victim in a bed room about 3 am. criminal mischief and battery against Craig Widemond, 26, of Macclenny after he allegedly attacked Karlie Manning, 19, of Glen St. Mary while she sat in her car on Grissholm St. near Lowder St. on May 25. when he arrived in the south Macclenny neighborhood about 3:45 am and the car was found abandoned and damaged a short time later. Ms. Manning said the suspect yanked down on and broke the drivers side window before grabbing her about the head. Deputy Simpkins against both parties following a confrontation late on May 26 on W. 8th St. in Macclenny that started over a cell phone. Both Dylan Hurst, 19, of Sanderson and his estranged girlfriend, 17, of Macclenny accused each other of physical violence after the latter came to the address to claim the phone and they argued about text messages. JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.comThe state hospital and the school district received some of the highest marks in a recent survey of breastfeeding policies among the countys largest employers by the Northeast Florida Healthy Start Coalition. Breastfeeding initiation and duration is an important contributor to reducing infant mortality. Having a proper workplace breastfeeding policy helps improve breastfeeding duration for working moms, said Jennifer Gornto, executive director of the coalition, which includes Baker County. The survey was conducted on behalf of the Baker County Infant Mortality Task Force, which aims to prevent the death of babies before their first birthday, and began in January. The task force hoped to discover what practices were already in place here related to new mothers breastfeeding in the workplace or pumping breast milk for feeding later. Health experts say that breastfeeding is most important in the months immediately following birth, but the health benefits for both mothers and babies can continue to flow long after the babies turn one. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends breastfeeding exclusively for six months and continuation of breastfeeding for one year or longer as mutually desired by mother and infant, said Sara Reiger, the coalitions special projects liaison. She supplies staff support to the Infant Mortality Task Force and contacted local employers to inquire about their breastfeeding policies. The task force was formed to reduce infant mortality in Baker County, she explained. Breastfeed babies are less likely to die from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in addition to being sick less often. We are seeking opportunities to educate the community on the importance of breastfeeding and the benefits of workplace policies surrounding breastfeeding. The task force and the health department are planning a presentation to Baker County Chamber of Commerce mem bers in the near future to express the importance of having sound breastfeeding policies, and having them in writing. So what makes for a good breastfeeding policy? Ms. Reiger says its providing a private, clean and comfortable area for new mothers to express milk, and sufficient break time to do it. Northeast Florida State Hospital and the Baker Coun ty School District have written policies that include these elements, she said. The state hospital, with prior approval, also allows women to leave the facility to go to a child care location to breastfeed, or for the babies to be brought to the hospital for the same pur pose, said Ms. Reiger. The school district policy provides for a private area free from intrusions and reasonable unpaid breaks for up to one year for the purposes of breastfeeding. Winn-Dixie also sets aside a dedicated area for breastfeeding or pumping during work breaks. Another large retailer, Walmart, directs mothers to dressing rooms for the activity on their lunch breaks. Ed Fraser Hospital doesnt have a formal policy, but employees are given a private space and breaks for breastfeeding purposes upon request. Under the Affordable Care Act of 2010, employers are required to have a place, other than a bathroom, for new mothers to breastfeed or pump and reasonable break time for doing so. Employers with fewer than 50 employees can seek an exemption to this provision of the law if complying with it cre ates a undue hardship. Florida, meanwhile, has made it legal for moms to breastfeed in public, and exempts the act from public inde cency laws. Neither state laws nor fed eral laws require employers to compensate mothers while they are breastfeeding or pumping. If an organization does not have a breastfeeding policy, that raises a red flag, Ms. Reiger said. To appropriately support a breastfeeding mother, workplaces need to provide a written policy. Having women use a restroom or not providing her with a private place to express milk or not allowing her to express milk would be characteristics of a bad policy. Not having a workplace policy could also potentially deter women from initiating breast feeding or continuing breast feeding and that would limit the important benefits breastfeeding provides. According to data collected by the Florida Department of Health, the breastfeeding rate in Baker County in 2012, the latest year for which figures are available, was 71.8 percent. Statewide the rate was 81 percent. Ms. Reiger said those figures are relatively high compared to the rate among clients of the Baker County WIC (Women, Infant and Children) program. She said the WIC office in Macclenny reports just 13.6 percent of clients breastfeed at three months after birth and 17.8 percent after the sixmonth mark. The increase is due to some mothers not initially coming into WIC for the early postpartum appointments, noted Ms. Reiger.Breastfeeding resourcesThere are three ways new moms can access support and information regarding breast feeding in Baker County: WIC, located at 85 W. Railroad Ave., serves low to moderate income women who are pregnant and up through the postpartum period, as well as children through age 5. WIC promotes breastfeeding and has trained professionals ready to assist mothers in making decisions about their feeding choices and give instruction on the basics of breastfeeding. WIC has mother-to-mother breastfeeding support groups and supplies breast pumps in certain circumstances. WIC can be reached at 2593233. Baker Countys Healthy Start program offers general health education for mothers, which includes the benefits of breastfeeding. The programs staff are trained by WIC lactation experts. They can be reached at 259-6291, ext. 2255, 2256 and 2257. Hospitals have lactation support staff as well. Breastfeeding Initiation RatesBaker County71.8%3 months after birth13.6%6 months after birth17.8%Florida81% Florida Healthy Start Coalition Exclusive Wic Breastfeeding rates in baker county2012for babies for mommiesBreast milk benefitsit is the most complete form of nutrition for babies Its easier for most babies to digest than formula it changes naturally to meet the growing needs of babies it has antibodies & substances essential to brain development breastfed babies have lower risk for diarrhea, ear infections, respiratory infections; & later in life diabetes, obesity & asthma helps thier uteruses return to pre-pregnancy size and bodies to pre-pregnancy weight more quickly reduces postpartum bleeding reduces risks associated with type 2 diabetes reduces risks associated with breast and ovarian cancers Lauded for breastfeeding policiesSought for pulling a pistol ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Monday & Friday at 8 pm 209 Macclenny Ave. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUSWe are a group of recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. IT WORKS!!Meetings are held at the Baker County Health Department on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:45 p.m.-7:45 p.m.


Page10MAY 29, 2014 DINKINS NEW CONGREGATIONAL METHODIST CHURCHCR 127 N. of Sanderson Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Morning Service 11:00 am Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm Wed. Night Service 7:30 pmPastor Allen Crews Assistant Pastor Timothy Alford T L C Sunday school ~ 10:00 am Sunday service ~ 11:00 am Wednesday night Bible Study ~ 6:30 pmFamily style dinner ~ 1st Sunday of the month following serviceA church alive is worth the drive!Pastor Bobby & Faye Gri n The Road to CalvaryCorner of Madison & Stoddard Glen St. Mary Rev. Tommy & Doris AndersonYouth Director Rebecca LauramorePhone: 904-259-2213Sunday School: . . . . . 10:00 am Sunday Morning Service . 11:00 am Sunday Evening Service . . 6:00 pm Wednesday Night . . . . 7:30 pm New Hope Church, Inc.23-A to Lauramore Rd. & Fairgrounds Rd.Sunday Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Services 5:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m.Pastor J. C. Lauramore welcomes all .4 mile South of I-10 on CR 125Glen St. Mary, Florida rfn tbrf Saint Peters in the GlenANGLICAN CHURCH Community Full Gospel Church12664 Mud Lake Rd. Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Morning 11:00 am Sunday Evening 6:00 pm Tuesday Evening 7:30 pm Pastor Tommy Richardson || 904-275-2949 First United Methodist Church 93 N. 5th St. (SR228) Macclenny, Fl ~ Sunday Worship 11amLoving GodLoving PeopleServing Our CommunityCome Join Us Mt. Zion N.C. Methodist Church rffntbPastor Tim CheshireSunday School 9:45 am Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 pm Jesus answered, "Verily, verily I say unto thee, except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God." John 3:5 Janice Crawford, 57, of Macclenny diesJanice Lynn Crawford, 57, of Macclenny died on Thursday, May 22, at the Harts Harbor Health Care Center in Jacksonville following an extended illness. She was born in Jacksonville and resided in Macclenny all her life. She was a homemaker and enjoyed playing the guitar and singing. She was a member of the Raiford Road Church of Macclenny. Ms. Crawford was preceded in death by her parents Ardell and Nancy Bennett Crawford, brothers, Auzzie and George Crawford, sisters Ruby Allen and Mary Lou Burnsed. She is survived by sisters Betty Burnsed of Jacksonville and Bonnie Jean MacDowell of Katy, Texas; brothers Bobby Crawford of Glen St. Mary and Amos Crawford of Lake Butler; numerous nieces and nephews. The funeral service was conducted at 11 am on Tuesday, May 27 in the chapel of Guerry Funeral Home in Macclenny with Pastor Janice CrawfordGraveside rites for Evelyn HeadrickEvelyn Frances Headrick, 74, of Lake City died on May 20, 2014. She was a resident of Baker County before moving to Lake City more than 20 years ago, and retired from Northeast Florida State Hospital and Walmart. She greatly enjoyed her family and friends as well as her gardening and yard sales. Mrs. Headrick was preceded in death by her father Remer Tanner, sister Linda Linton, daughter Kathy Boswell and son David Golden. She is survived by her mother Evelyn J. Tanner; brother Larry Tanner and sister Diane Greatrex; daughter Karen (David) St. Louis; numerous aunts, nieces, nephews, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. There will be a memorial graveside service at 11 am on Saturday May 31 at Olustee Cemetery on Oliver Trail Road. A memorial service will be held at the Glen Hill Primitive Baptist Church in Glen St. Mary on Sunday June 1 at 10:30 am. ICS Cremation and Funeral Home of Lake City is in charge of arrangements. Evelyn HeadrickMemorial June 9 for Roxanne NapierRoxanne Kirkland Napier, 55, died peace fully at the Duke Hock Family Hospice Pavilion in Durham, N.C. on Sunday, May 18, 2014. Her brother Wade Kirkland was at her side. She was born on March 15, 1959 in Macclen ny to the late James Wilbur Kirkland and Roxie and retired from BellSouth. Roxanne loved entertaining family and friends, especially around her pool during the summer. She enjoyed watching and talking about her favorite TV shows, and was an avid reader. She loved her Jack Russell dog Dexter who spent many an afternoon patrolling and protecting the occupants of her pool. She was an affectionate and loving woman and will be missed by her husband, family and friends. Other than her brother, Mrs. Napier is survived by her husband Dana Thomas Napier of Macclenny. A memorial service will be held on Monday, June 9 at 7 pm at V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services in Macclenny, and the family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Donations may be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society ( Roxanne NapierFuneral held Saturday for Nick Strawder, 55, of MacclennyLyndon Charles Nick Strawder, 55, of Macclenny died on Tuesday, May 13, 2014. He was born and raised in High Springs, FL. He was a longtime employee with Potash Corporation (formerly Occidental) and a graduate of Santa Fe High School Class of 1976. He is survived by his loving wife Sundena Johnson Strawder and siblings Roniese Marshall Covert, Ann Strawder Albritton, Lanorris Martin Ford, Shannon Martin, Cathy AndersonRoby, Kenneth Martin and Oliver Anderson; other relatives and friends. The funeral service for Mr. Strawder was held on Saturday, May 24 at 11 am with Elder James Funeral Home of High Springs was in charge of arrangements.Ruby Stoltman, 69, dies on May 20Ruby Jeanette Brannen Stoltman, 69, of Lake City died on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at the Suwannee Valley Care Center after an extended illness. She was born in Macclenny and resided in Lulu, Fla. before moving to Lake City in 1999. She was employed as executive director at the Union County Housing Authority in Lake Butler for many years until ill health forced her retirement. She was a member of the Providence Village Baptist Church and loved gardening and being with her family. Mrs. Stoltman was preceded in death by parents Rafuse Columbus and Luevenia Bennett Hodges and sister Linda Hodges. She is survived by husband John W. Stoltman of Lake City; daughter Patricia (Joseph) Barrera of Lake City; son Jesse Brannen of Mayo, Fla.; siblings Rafuse Hodges, Gary Hodges, Mary Pritchard, Danny Hodges, Rick Hodges, Connie Green and Timmy Hodges, all of Glen St. grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The funeral service was held at 2 pm on Saturday, May 24 in the chapel of Guerry Funeral Home in Lake City. Interment was in Swift Creek Cemetery in Union County.Fred Taylor, 82, retired carpenter, funeral held May 28 in MacclennyFred Henry Taylor Jr., 82, of St. Petersburg, Fla. died on Friday, May 23, 2014 at the Jacaranda Manor Nursing Home following a long illness. Mr. Taylor resided in Macclenny and Baker County all of his life until ill health forced him to reside in St. Petersburg. He was a carpenter in the construction industry all of his life and a Marine veteran of the Korean War. Mr. Taylor was preceded in death by parents Fred H. and Willie Mae Crawford Taylor Sr. He is survived by sister Linda Mae Alva rez of Keystone Heights, Fla. and brother Edward (Sonya) Taylor of Okeechobee, Fla. The funeral service was held at 11 am on Wednesday, May 28 in the chapel of Guerry Funeral Home in Macclenny, Fla. Interment was at Macedonia Cemetery in Glen St. Mary.Leslie Weathington, master carpenter died May 26 with familyLeslie Edmund Weathington, 61, of Taylor died on May 26, 2014 at his residence with family by his side. He was born in Modoc, SC on May 10, 1953 to Gladys Weathington Mancill and the late Lowell J. Weathington and raised in Jack sonville where he met the love of his life Jane. On November 17, 1976, Leslie and Jane were married, and they raised their children in Jack sonville. They moved to Baker County in 1986. Leslie was a simple man who loved taking care of his family. He was a Baptist and had a passion for building and working with wood. Leslie was a master carpenter for the past 46 years, starting his passion at the young age of Leslie loved his family and enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father and his brother Gary Weathington. He is survived by his loving wife Jane of 37 years; children Kimberly (Richard) Ellis of Taylor, Jay (Deirdra) Akins of Ringgold, GA, and Angie Weathington (Jason) West of Jacksonville; brothers Wayne and Wiley (Sandy) Weathington, both of Callahan; sisters Debbie White of Ringgold, GA and Peggy Stephens of Jacksonville; grandchildren Leslie Alex, Trey, Seth, Travis, Kristen, Chasity and Dalton; great-grandchildren, Ashlyn, Morgan and Joshua. The funeral service for Mr. Weathington will be held on Friday, May 30 at 10 am at V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services with Bobby etery. The family will receive friends on Thursday, May 29 from 6-8 pm at the funeral home. Ruby Stoltman Lyndon Strawder Leslie WeathingtonChurch work dayA work day is scheduled for Saturday, June 7 at Cedar Creek Church north of Sanderson. It begins at 9 am. For more details, phone 275-2172.In loving memory ofW. Harry Johnson1/8/38-6/2/97I cant believe its been seventeen years since cancer took you away from us, but I live for the day that I will see you again in your new, cancer-free body. Until then, I will serve my God, love and cherish our wonderful child ren and grands, and enjoy my days left here on earth. LOVE, JOYCE AND FAMIL Y In loving memory ofMichael Ray TetstoneMay 29, 2010Until We Meet AgainEven in the darkest days since weve been apart, memories of the times we shared help to warm our hearts. Every day we miss the smile that no one can replace, but still it brings us comfort in the sadness that we face. Life is full of mysteries that no one can explain, but we know some day, somewhere, we will all meet again. Until we do, live through each new day, grateful for the happy years we shared, before you went away. WE L OVE AND MISS YOU, MAMA, DAD (JAMES), MIMI, DAVID, STEVEN, RAISHELL, KODIE, AUBRIE, PAISL IE, RAIFORD, GRACE, LIZZY AND A.J. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Monday & Friday at 8 pm 209 Macclenny Ave. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Monday & Friday at 8 pm 209 Macclenny Ave.


ursday, May 29, 2014 T B C P Page 11 Sanderson Congregational Holiness ChurchCR 127 N., Sanderson, FL Sunday School 10:00 am Morning Worship 11:00 amSunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pmPastor: Oral E. Lyons rfrntbrCremation starting at $895 Burial Packages starting at $4,395 GUERRYFUNERAL HOME Burial Packages starting at $4,395 Cremation starting at $895 Cremation starting at $895 Cremation starting at $895 Cremation starting at $895 Burial Packages starting at $4,395 Burial Packages starting at $4,395 Burial Packages starting at $4,395 Cremation starting at $895 Burial Packages starting at $4,395 Burial Packages starting at $4,395 Burial Packages starting at $4,395 Cremation starting at $895 Burial Packages starting at $4,395 bbrrrf First Baptist Church of SandersonCR 229 S., Sanderson FLSunday School . . . 10:00 am Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am Sun. Evening Worship . 6:00 pm Wed Eve. Bible Study . 7:00 pmDr. Roy Vining 523 North Boulevard W. | a few blocks north of Hwy. 90 in Macclenny St. Marys Friday Night Bingo MAY SPECIAL jackpotsBUY ONE, GET ONELarger payouts! Door prizes! Cash Prizes | Concessions | Doors open at 5:00 pm St. Marys Catholic Church Parish Hall U.S. 90 West, Macclenny 9044241207 with questions Ages 3 For questions call Johnni Lawson 904-408-9636 Macclenny Church of God 164 N 6th St. Macclenny Bar-B-Q Dinners May 31 @ 11 a.m. at The Cuyler Fire StationN. 125 & 127All proceeds go to the building fund for Cuyler Baptist Church as a love offering.{{ The following dispositions were ordered by Judge Joey Williams in county court during regular session of May 21: Tyler Bartmess, trespass and loitering; six-month probation, apology letter, 25 hours community service, 24 hours Give Back to Baker (GBB). Aaron Beard, battery and resisting arrest; 12-month probation, GBB, 50 hours community service, $96 restitution, re-write Kentucky bus crash obits; anger management class and alcohol addiction evaluation. Dorothy Church, domestic battery and criminal mischief; 30 days in jail, 12-month probation, batterers intervention, GBB 24 hours, alcohol addiction evaluation. George Church, violation of pre-trial release; 30 days in jail, batterers intervention, GBB 24 hours. Adriana Grotton, trespass and loitering; two days in jail, six-month probation, 25 hours community service, apology letter, parenting class, GBB 24 hours. Nicole Hays, possession of drug paraphernalia; 16 days in jail, 12-month probation, alcohol addiction evaluation. Casey Lauramore, contempt of court; failed to appear, warrant issued. Keisha Mitchell, sale of alcohol to person under 21; six-month probation, vendors class. Jason Morgan, disorderly conduct; failed to appear, warrant issued. Frank Pipkins, petty theft; 37 days in jail. Michael Reynolds, DUI; one day in jail, 12-month probation, 50 hours community service, 12-month drivers license suspension, alcohol addiction evaluation, write Kentucky obits, attend DUI school. James Tabbot, possession of drug paraphernalia; court costs. Mary R. Thornton, petty theft; failed to appear, warrant issued. Leroy Tilliey, disorderly conduct; failed to appear, warrant issued. Anthony Veto, possession of drug paraphernalia; 117 days in jail. Amanda Weichman, petty theft; 30 days in jail. Amanda Weichman, license tag not assigned, driving on a suspended license; sixmonth probation, $250 restitution, obtain valid license and tag, attend license school. Earl Wood, domestic battery; failed to appear, warrant issued.County court dispositionsThis week The Press inaugurates a feature looking back at what Baker Countians were reading 75 and 25 years ago this month. The snippets are pulled from our archives:May, 1939-75 years agoThe newspapers banner back then proudly displayed these messages: The Press Bakers foremost newspaper publishing all the worthwhile news, and touted itself as The best equipped printing plant in the county producing distinctive printing. Readers were informed on page one that L.A. Barnes purchased a car garage from J.R. Rowe on Monday of that week, and moved into a building on US 90 east of Dinkins Motor Company. Mr. Rowe sold the business after taking a position with the City of Macclenny. Three motion pictures featuring champion prize ghts were scheduled for the Bak er Theater that month, including the historic Joe Lewis and Max Schmelling bout. E.D. Chessman said there would be no increase in the price of admission. The sixth grade class at Glen St. Mary School enjoyed a tour of the Maxwell House coee plant in Jacksonville in early May. The students also visited Southern Dairies and the Florida Glass Manufacturing Co. the same day. The Press reported that a large trac tor began plowing up the surface of several streets in core Macclenny, preparing them for paving next month. All the estimated three miles of paving was expected south of U.S. 90. The Macclenny High School class of 1939 was set to graduate the following week at the Civic Center in Macclenny. Bac calaureate was scheduled at the First Baptist Church and Senior Night at the Community Center. The class numbered 17. The Macclenny Cash Store advertised a 12 lb. bag of our for 40 cents; t-bone steak at 35 cents a pound, spare ribs at 15 cents a pound and Irish potatoes at a dime a pound. The phone number to arrange for free de livery 4. Baker Countys public assistance pay roll climbed to $3258 in April, 1939. The breakdown: old age assistance $2818 to 214 recipients; aid to the blind $154 total to 12 recipients, and aid to dependent children $286 to eight cases. A Texas company was contracted to begin test drilling for oil on the property of Howell Turpentine Co. four miles south of Olustee. Other test wells were drilled near Hilliard, Cedar Keys and Miami with no re sults. The shipment of an estimated 1800 plants of various varieties left Baker County via rail from the Glen St. Mary Nurseries Company for display at the New York Worlds Fair. The portion of more delicate orange trees was delayed due to weather conditions in New York. Teacher examinations were scheduled to begin the morning of June 1 at the county courthouse. The exams continued through June 3, according to school Supt. J.D. Burnsed.May, 1989-25 years ago The BCHS Wildcat weightlifting team re peated as Class 2A state champions among 37 schools and 250 lifters competing in Ar cadia. Wesley Lewis placed rst in the 132 lb. class and Rex Knight and Kay Sands second in their weight class. Christy Cook was crowned Miss Teen Macclenny from a eld of 13 contestants. Runners-up were Melissa McMahan and Shannon Pepper. County deputy Red Smith credited his nger behind the trigger of his pistol as sav ing his life while wrestling with an escaped convict at the Sanderson rest area on Inter state 10. His assailant, a Tennessee man who escaped from an Indiana prison, was jailed here on multiple felony counts. The Baker County Commission ap proved the purchase of six new re trucks and a tanker to be stationed at outlying stations. They replaced aging trucks, mostly castos acquired over the years from Jack sonville. Former school superintendent Alan (Pete) Harvey retired after more than 37 years as a teacher and administrator in the Baker County school system. He was re placed as the director of vocational and adult education by Galon Webb. School Supt. Tim Starling said he re mained opposed to the idea of a school security guard hired by the district, arguing that the sheris department does an ade quate job answering calls. A Baker County-laden cast lined up for the play Brighton Beach Memoirs at Lake City Community College. Directed by Bob Gerard, the cast included Mark Bryant, Britt Hancock, Staci Heath, Elisa Whiteld and Jennifer McGuiness. The county was preparing to mail near ly 5700 notices to property owners who failed to pay the unpopular landll and re protection special assessments approved by the county commission. The G&H Food Store advertised ground beef at $1.39 a pound, fryer leg quarters at 49 cents a pound and a ve-pound bag of oranges at $1.79.


Page12MAY 29, 2014 40th reunionThe Baker High Class of 1974 will hold a 40th reunion on Friday, August 8 with a dinner cruise aboard Lady St. Johns in Jacksonville. Space is limited so make reservations now by calling 904-396-2333 (identify yourself as a member of the BCHS Class of ). For more information, contact Mary Kay Walker Unkelbach or Alana Harvey via Facebook. Taylor reunionThe descendants of Gordon Stewart and Eliza Lee Taylor will host their 66th annual reunion on Saturday, June 7 at the Taylor Church starting at 11 am. Lunch will follow immediately in the church cafeteria. Wear comfortable clothes, bring your favorite foods and honor the family connections. Please encourage your extend ed family to attend this longstanding tradition. For more information, telephone Betty Taylor Sands at 259-3182. Happy Sweet Sixteen,Payton ParkerMay 29 Love, Your Family Happy 16 th Birthday, Payton!I LOVE YOU!Dad Moniac Baptist June 8 6:30 p.m.:30 p.m.For more information, call 912-843-8190. New friends Amazing experiments Untamed games Lip-smacking snacks Surprising adventures Incredible music Mr. and Mrs. Harris64th anniversary!Fred and Bernice Eddy Harris of Bryceville, FL observed their 64th wedding anniversary on May 18. They were married on that day in 1950 in Hilborn Springs, FL. The couple along with family celebrated the occasion on Mothers Day. Their children include An thony and Fred (Tony) Harris of Keystone Heights, and Donna Cannon and Cherie Acton of Whitehouse. Mr. and Mrs. Harris also have six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Macclenny resident Lance Hospice in Orange Park following a 15-year career in business development, sales and banking locally. served as a branch manager for TD Bank. Hes also the worship leader at Glen Church of Christ. Hospice as a professional liaison, calling on healthcare providers. Lance will make a great addition to the team, said Havens manager of provider relations Steve Groth. He has worked within highly competitive environments where his leadership and communication skills were the keys to success. Haven Hospice is a 35-yearof-life and palliative care in Florida. Its served more than 68,000 patients in the region, a press release from the organization states. Mr. Gris Tyler WendelHired as a liaison at hospice Awarded FCU grant Baker High senior Tyler Wendel is getting a $1000 college scholarship from Florida Credit Union. The award, known as the Servin/Ellis Scholarship, is more than 40 years old. Tyler has shown determi nation and strong leadership skills during his time at Baker County High, reads a press release from the credit union. He was an active member of the superintendents cabinet, the BETA club, and participated in both JV and varsity baseball for four years. Hes logged more than 240 hours of volunteer service at Westside Elementary School. He intends to study engineer ing at Florida Gateway College in the fall. Photo courtesy of Charita HurstTeachers feted by ex-studentsRetiring Macclenny Elementary teachers Linda Jones (far left) and Charita Hurst (far right) were treated to a party recently by a group of graduating BCHS seniors they had as part of the Project Child program where they taught them as kindergartners, rst and second graders. Pictured also are exstudents Dalton Alligood, Thomas Coker, Tiamara Johnson, Anthony James, Brianna Graham and Brandie Adams. Not pictured are Ethan Crews and Kristen Gray. The retirees are winding up 30-year careers at the school. Photos by Joel AddingtonVeterans and politicians at BCMS eld tripSix graders took a eld trip to Heritage Park May 23 learning about the countys history, the contributions of veterans, the school system, county government and the Chamber of Commerce from various guest speakers. They included Superintendent Sherrie Raulerson, Chamber director Darryl Register (above), members of the Baker County Veterans Council, who spoke about the impor tance of a good education and how military service can be a pathway to attaining a higher education after nishing high school. The countys Tax Collector Gene Harvey, Property Appraiser Tim Sweat, county Commissioner Jimmy Anderson and for mer commissioner Mike Gris participated in the event as well. Also pictured from the days activities are (right, l-r) veterans Donald Horne and Larry Portereld, (below, l-r) students Payton Ruise, Nick Melvin, Emily Mobley and Hanna Jeries. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Monday & Friday at 8 pm | 209 Macclenny Ave.


ursday, May 29, 2014 T B C P Page 13 LEGA L NOTICES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 02-2014-CA-0080 LAURA J. SHADD, Plaintiffs, vs. JEFFERSON SMURFIT CORPORATION (U.S.)., A Delaware corporation, 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 those 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. Defendants. NOTICE OF ACTION TO: JEFFERSON SMURFIT CORPORATION (U.S.), a Delaware corporation, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Action to Quiet Title on the following property in Baker County, Florida: A Parcel of Land Situated in Government Lot 1 of Section 8, Township 1 North, Range 21 East; Baker County, Florida; said Parcel being more particularly described as follows: Commence at the Intersection of the Centerline of State Road No. 2 with the Centerline of County Road No. 127 in Section 8, and run S 23o00E, (being and Assumed Bearing), along the centerline of said County Road No. 127, a distance of 457.02 feet to a Point; thence leave said centerline and run N 72o57E, 50.24 feet to an Iron Rod on the Easterly Right-of-Way line of said County Road and a point hereinafter referred to as Point A; Thence continue N 72o57 E., 310.44 feet to an Iron Rod and the Point of Beginning; Thence run N 00o31 W, 200.13 feet to a concrete Monument; Thence run N 84o19 E, 150.64 feet to a Concrete Monument; Thence S 05o58 E, 222.69 feet to a Concrete Monument; Thence run S 89o28 W, 171.14 feet to a Concrete Monument; Thence run N 00o31 W, 8.05 feet to the Point of Beginning. 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 5th day of June, 2014, 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 5th day of May, 2014. T. A. AL FRASER CLERK OF COURT By: Tabitha Wilson Deputy Clerk Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A. 445 East Macclenny Avenue Macclenny, Florida 32063 5/8-29c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION CASE NO.: 02-2008-CA-000241 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff, vs. NICHOLAS JOSEPH POTURICH et al, Defendant(s). _________________________________/ NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated April 28, 2014 and entered in Case NO. 02-2008-CA-000241 of the Circuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for BAKER County, Florida wherein JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, is the Plaintiff and NICHOLAS JOSEPH POTURICH; TONI ANN POTURICH; JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK, FORMERLY KNOWN AS WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK, FA; are the Defendants, The Clerk of the Court 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 29th day of July, 2014, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment: LOT 20 RIVERVIEW ACRES, ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 70 OF THE CURRENT PUBLIC RECORDS OF BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA A/K/A RT 1 BOX 618-K, SANDERSON, FL 32087 Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale. WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on May 13, 2014. Al Fraser Clerk of the Circuit Court By: Tabitha Wilson Deputy Clerk Invoice To: Ronald R Wolfe & Associates, P.L. P.O. Box 25018 Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 **See Americans with Disabilities Act Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator at (352) 337-6237, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance. If you are hearing or voice impaired, please call 711. If you are deaf or hard of hearing and require an ASL interpreter or an assisted listening device to participate in a proceeding, please contact Court Interpreting at 5/29-6/5c NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED CASE NO: 2014-TD-001 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that OCTAVIO LIM the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: CERTIFICATE NO: 07-000439 YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2007 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: A parcel of land beginning at the Southeast corner of the SW of NW of Section 23, Township 3 South, Range 21East and run thence East along South line of SE of NW a distance of 10 feet, more or less to the West Right of Way line of a graded road; run thence North along said West Right of Way line, a distance of 600 feet to a point; run thence West a distance of 40 feet, more or less to the East line of the SW of NW of said Section 23; continue thence West, a distance of 360 feet to a point; run thence South a distance of 600 feet, more or less, to the South line of the SW of NW ; and run thence East along said South line a distance of 360 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. ALL OF SAID PROPERTY BEING LOCATED IN BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA. NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: MALCOLM DAVID STARLING Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according to law, the property described herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the front door of the Baker County Courthouse, Macclenny, Florida on THURSDAY, JULY 17, 2014 at 11:00 am. Dated this 8TH DAY OF MAY, 2014 AL FRASER CLERK OF COURT BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA By: Julie B. Combs, Deputy Clerk 5/15-6/5c Higginbothams Towing & Recovery Inc. 7611 West Mt. Vernon St. Glen St. Mary, FL 32040 The following vehicles will be sold at public auction on June 13, 2014 at 10 am at Higginbothams Towing & Recovery 7611 West Mt. Vernon St., Glen St. Mary, FL 32040: 1997 Honda Civic Vin# 1HGEJ6121VL066778 2002 Kia Spectra Vin# KNAFB121625112837 2006 Hummer Vin# 5GTDN136068131036 5/29c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION Case No.02-2013-CA-000004 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Plaintiff, vs. DINITRI MARTINA JEFFERSON, ROBERT STOUTAMIRE, ANNIE LOUISE HILLINGS, W. JOHNS TRUSTEE OF THE JACKSON FAMILY TRUST DATED 9/22/2005 et al. Defendants. ______________________________/ NOTICE OF ACTION TO: W. JOHNS TRUSTEE OF THE JACKSON FAMILY TRUST DATED 9/22/2005 CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 2541 SIH 35, SUITE 200-235 ROUNDROCK, TX 78664 You are notified that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property in Baker County, Florida: LOT 17, BLOCK C. WILLIAM KNABB ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF MACCLENNY, FLORIDA, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 24, PUBLIC RECORDS OF BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA. commonly known as 513 QUAIL LN, MACCLENNY, FL 32063 has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Ashley L. Simon of Kass Shuler, P.A., plaintiffs attorney, whose address is P.O. Box 800, Tampa, Florida 33601, (813) 229-0900, on or before June 14, 2014, (or 30 days from the first date of publication, whichever is later) and file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on the Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise, a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated: May 13, 2014. Al Fraser CLERK OF THE COURT By: Julie Combs Deputy Clerk Kass Shuler, P.A., Plaintiffs Attorney, P.O. Box 800, Tampa, Florida 33601 (813) 229-0900 If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator at (352) 337-6237, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance. If you are hearing or voice impaired, please call 711. If you are deaf or hard of hearing and require an ASL interpreter or an assisted listening device to participate in a proceeding, please contact Court Interpreting at 5/22-29c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 2013-000154-CAMXAX BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, Plaintiff, vs. JULIE A. ADAMS, et al., Defendants. _________________________________/ NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated May 5, 2014 entered in Civil Case No. 2013-000154-CAMXAX of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for Baker County, Florida, wherein BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC is Plaintiff and JULIE A. ADAMS; et al., are Defendant(s). I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, at the front door of the Baker County Courthouse, 339 E. Macclenny Ave., Macclenny, FL at 11:00 oclock a.m. on the 6th day of June, 2014 the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: All that certain part, parcel of tract of land lying and being in Section 2 and 11, Township 1 South, Range 20 East, Baker County, Florida, being more particularly described as follows: Commence at the SE Corner of the SW 1/4, Section 2, thence run South 34 deg 23 min 11 sec West, 362.39 feet to the Point of Beginning; thence continue South 34 deg 23 min 11 sec West, 451.43 feet to the Easterly right of way State Road No.125, thence North 37 deg 28 min 51 sec West, along said right of way 580.23 feet, thence North 52 deg 31 min 09 sec East, 424.61 feet, thence South 38 deg 03 min 16 sec East 439.73 feet to the Point of Beginning. Containing 5.0 acres. Said lands being in the East 1/2 of the SW 1/4, Section 2 and the NE 1/4 of the NW 1/4, Section 11, Township 1 South, Range 20 East, Baker County, Florida. Together with a 1993 Peachtree Doublewide Mobile Home Vin#s PSHGA13516A & PSHGA13516B and Title #s 64811836 & 64811837. Street address: 23775 County Road 125 North, Sanderson, Florida 32087 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 60 days after the sale. DATED this 14th day of May, 2014. AL FRASER Clerk of Circuit Court BY: Tabitha Wilson Deputy Clerk Daniel S. Mandel, Esq. DANIEL S. MANDEL, P.A. Attorneys for Plaintiff 1900 N.W. Corporate Blvd., Ste. 305W Boca Raton, FL 33431 Tel: (561) 826-1740 Fax: (561) 826-1741 5/22-29c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case #: 2012-CA-000007 Wells Fargo Bank, National Association Plaintiff, vs. Beth Mosley and Jason Mosley, Wife and Husband; Rolling Meadows of Macclenny Homeowners Association, Inc.; Unknown Parties in Possession #1, If living, and all Unknown Parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant(s) who are not known to be dead or alive, whether said Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other Claimants Defendant(s) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to order rescheduling foreclosure sale or Final Judgment, entered in Civil Case No. 2012-CA-000007 of the Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for Baker County, Florida, wherein Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, Plaintiff and Beth Mosley and Jason Mosley, Wife and Husband are defendant(s), I, Clerk of Court, Al Fraser, will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE EAST DOOR OF THE BAKER COUNTY COURTHOUSE LOCATED AT 339 EAST MACCLENNY AVENUE, MACCLENNY, BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA, at 11:00 A.M. on July 8, 2014, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit: LOT 134, OF ROLLING MEADOWS, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE(S) 96 THRU 101, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA. 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 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator;201 East University Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, Florida 32601 (352) 491-4490 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification of the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days. If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Al Fraser CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Baker County, Florida By: Tabitha Wilson DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT Submitted By: ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACH, LLP 2424 North Federal Highway, Suite 360 Boca Raton, Florida 33431 (561) 998-6700 (561) 998-6707 5/29-6/5cMay 29, 2014 Baker County High Graduation practice & Senior Cookout 8:00 AM Keller Intermediate 5th Grade Awards Ceremony 9:00 AM PK/Kindergarten Ctr. Pre-K Transition Celebration Kindergarten Celebration @ BCMS Auditorium Ziemianski, Turner, McLarty, Webb 4:00 5:00 PM Hall, Sweat, Combs, Thrift 5:30 6:30 PM Betros, Hand, Alderman, T.King 7:00 8:00 PM May 30, 2014 Baker County High Graduation 7:00 PM Graduation Practice 8:00 AM Keller Intermediate Talent Show 9:00 AM Macclenny Elementary 3rd Grade Graduation 9:30 AM June 2, 2014 District-Wide School Board Meeting (BCHS Auditorium) 6:30 PM Baker County Middle AR Points Due Keller Intermediate Asthma Classes June 3, 2014 Baker County Middle 8th Grade Awards 8:30 AM 10:30 AM June 5, 2014 District-Wide Last Day of School June 16, 2014 District-Wide School Board Meeting (District School Board Room) 5:00 PM May school activities NARCOTICS ANONYMOUSWe are a group of recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. IT WORKS!!Meetings are held at the Baker County Health Department on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:45 p.m.-7:45 p.m. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 02-2013-CA-000129 GREENTREE SERVICING LLC Plaintiff, v. DAVID N. BELL; ANNA M. FOREMAN; UNKNOWN TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TENANT 2; AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT(S), WHO (IS/ARE) NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM AS HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, SPOUSES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; Defendants. _________________________________/ NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on May 01, 2014 in this cause, in the Circuit Court of Baker County, Florida, the clerk shall sell the property situated in Baker County, Florida, described as: THE NORTH OF LOT 2 AND 3 IN BLOCK 55, LESS THE EAST 70.00 FEET OF LOT 2, IN SAID BLOCK 55, OF THE TOWN OF MACCLENNY, ACCORDING TO PLAT OF SAID TOWN OF ON FILE IN DEED BOOK D, PAGE 800, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA. a/k/a 137 COLLEGE ST, MACCLENNY, FL 32063-2440 at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the front door of the Baker County Courthouse, 339 E. Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, FL 32063, on JULY 9, 2014 beginning at 11:00 AM. If you are a person claiming a right to funds remaining after the sale, you must le a claim with the clerk no later than 60 days after the sale. If you fail to le a claim you will not be entitled to any remaining funds. Dated this 13th day of May, 2014. Al Fraser Clerk of the Circuit Court By: Tabitha Wilson Deputy Clerk DOUGLAS C. ZAHM, P.A. 12425 28TH STREET NORTH, SUITE 200 ST. PETERSBURG, FL 33716 EFILING@DCZAHM.COM Fax No. (727) 539-1094 fax proof copy to SALES DEPARTMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT COURT ADMINISTRATION, AT BAKER COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 339 EAST MACCLENNY AVE., MACCLENNY, FL 32063, TELEPHONE 904259-8113, NOT LATER THAN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING. IF HEARING IMPAIRED, TDD 1-800-955-8771, OR VOICE (V) 1-800-955-8770, VIA FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE. 5/29-6/5c Contact the Baker County Fam ily YMCA for more information or to register for these upcom ing programs!SWIM TEAMRegister through June 6. Practices starts May 12!Silver SneakersMonday-Thursdays Glen Baptist & Council on 259.089898 W. Lowder St., MacclennyMembership not required to participate in programs or events.Upcoming events at the Baker County Family YMCA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO: 2013 CA 000107 VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND FINANCE, INC., a Tennessee corporation authorized to transact business in Florida, Plaintiff, vs. RICHARD LEE GREEN A/K/A RICHARD L. GREEN, et al., Defendant(s). _________________________________/ CLERKS NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance with the Plaintiffs Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on July 10th, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. (EST), at BAKER County Courthouse: A part of the NW of the SW of Section 3, Township 3 South, Range 21 East, more particularly described as follows: Commence at the Southeast corner of said NW of the SW and run North 02 degrees 36 minutes 28 seconds East, along the East line thereof, 241.39 feet; thence North 86 degrees 16 minutes 33 seconds West, 655.33 feet to the Point of Beginning; thence continue 401.00 feet to the East right of way line of Hopkins Road; thence South 01 degrees 12 minutes 48 seconds West, along said right of way line, 31.55 feet to a point of curve of a curve to the left having a radius of 25.00 feet, an included angle of 70 degrees 31 minutes 44 seconds; thence Southwesterly along the arc of said curve, for an arc distance of 30.77 feet to a point of reverse curve; thence Southerly and Westerly along the arc of a curve to the right whose radius is 50.00 feet, included angle of 250 degrees 31 minutes 44 seconds for an arc distance of 218.63 feet; thence South 01 degrees 12 minutes 48 seconds West, 159.50 feet to the South line of the said NW of SW ; thence South 87 degrees 26 minutes 25 seconds East, 444.00 feet; thence North 02 degrees 43 minutes 54 seconds East, 254.70 feet to the point of beginning, Baker County, Florida. Also Together with and Subject to a 50 foot easement for ingress and egress, 25 feet on each side of the following described centerline: Commence at the North line of the SW of Section 3, Township 3 South, Range 21 East, and the Westerly right of way line of State Road No. 123; thence run South 03 degrees 01 minutes 18 seconds West along said Westerly right of way line, a distance of 235 feet to the centerline of said 50 foot easement for ingress and egress and the point of beginning; thence run North 87 degrees 35 minutes 19 seconds West, a distance of 554.70 feet; thence run North 87 degrees 45 minutes 25 seconds West, a distance of 1713.08 feet; thence South 28 degrees 21 minutes 48 seconds West, a distance of 378.91 feet; thence South 01 degree 12 minutes 48 seconds West, a distance of 455.69 feet to the point of termination of said easement. And Subject to: a drainage easement across the West 20 feet of the South 120 feet of the above described property, and a natural drainage area that runs through the Easterly most section at the rear of said property, Parcel 14A, that occupies an area 50 feet wide along the North property line and expands Southward to 150 feet along the South property line. Mortgagor understands and agrees that no structure shall be erected in these drainage areas nor no fill added that would restrict that flow of drainage water. Also Subject to: The owners (current or future) of Parcel 14B, situated due East, adjoining said Parcel 14A, shall have a 20 foot right of way from Hopkins Road along the Northern boundary line as is identified by the current roadbed leading to said Parcel 14B, for the purpose of ingress and egress (from WD in Official Records Book 1998, Page 5383), which is now described in Instrument Number 200400001523 as a perpetual non-exclusive right to use easement for ingress and egress and described as: a 20 foot easement for ingress and egress being a part of the NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section 3, Township 3 South, Range 21 East, more particularly described as follows: Commence at the Southeast corner of said NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and run North 02 degrees 36 minutes 28 seconds East, along the East line thereof, 241.39 feet; thence North 86 degrees 16 minutes 33 seconds West, 1056.33 feet to the East right of way line of Hopkins Road; thence South 01 degrees 12 minutes 48 seconds West, along said East right of way line, a distance of 2.36 feet to the Point of Beginning; thence South 86 degrees 15 minutes 51 seconds East, 249.93 feet to the Point of Curve of a curve concave to the Southwest and having a radius of 510.27 feet and a central angle of 17 degrees 16 minutes 49 seconds; thence along the arc of said curve an arc distance of 153.99 feet; said curve being subtended by a chord having a bearing of South 17 degrees 37 minutes 26 seconds East and a chord distance of 153.31 feet to the East line of lands described in Official Records #1998-5383 of the Official Records of Baker County, Florida; thence South 02 degrees 41 minutes 33 seconds West, along said East line a distance of 21.12 feet to a point on a curve concave to the Southwest having a radius of 490.27 feet and a central angle of 18 degrees 03 minutes 23 seconds; thence along the arc of said curve an arc distance of 154.50 feet, said curve being subtended by a chord bearing of North 77 degrees 14 minutes 10 seconds West, and a chord distance of 153.88 feet to the Point of Tangency of said curve; thence North 86 degrees 15 minutes 51 seconds West, 249.01 feet to a point on the East right of way line of said Hopkins Road, thence North 00 degrees 12 minutes 48 seconds East, along said East right of way line, a distance of 20.02 feet to the Point of Beginning Together With that 1997, CLAYTON Mobile Home bearing ID #GMHGA4509614287A & GMHGA4509614287B. 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 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated: May 13, 2014 Al Fraser CLERK OF THE COURT BAKER COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT By: Tabitha Wilson Deputy Clerk Sonya K. Daws, Esquire Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer, P.A. 215 South Monroe Street, Suite 600 Tallahassee, FL 32301 Email: AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Persons with a disability who need any accommodation in order to participate should call Jan Phillips, ADA Coordinator, Alachua County Courthouse, 201 E. University Ave., Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352) 337-6237 within two (2) working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing impaired call (800) 955-8771; if you are voice impaired, call (800) 955-8770. 5/29-6/5c Photo courtesy of Robert HathcoxFour medals for shootingRobert Hathcox of Macclenny, a retired Marine and longtime competitive shooter, won two silver and two bronze medals using four dierent rearms at the Eastern CMP Games at Fort Bretner, N.C. in early May. Mr. Hathcox, former Baker County building ocial, is double-distinguished as a competitive shooter and nished 13th of 260 shooters. His grandson Ar thur Hays also competed in the meet that draws expert marksmen each year. Mr. Hathcox held the building position here for 14 years, leaving seven months ago for a similar post in Lake City. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Monday & Friday at 8 pm 209 Macclenny Ave. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Monday & Friday at 8 pm 209 Macclenny Ave.


Page14MAY 29, 2014 JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR jonshu@live.comThe 2014 Wildcats didnt were hoping for as sloppy play led to a 47-0 blowout loss at First Coast on May 23 in the Spring Football Classic. and defense struggled throughCoasts starting lineup. Neither side of the ball was able to execute the way they wanted to, which head coach Tom MacPherson took the blame for. I didnt expect us to look this bad, Coach MacPherson said. First Coast is a very very talented football team, but we made mistakes ourselves and obviously we werent prepared as a coaching staff. Anytime the kids play that bad, you didnt have them prepared right so thats on us. The Cats offense could never get rolling and commithalf, including a pair of lost from First Coast quarterback DeAndre Johnson and the second was returned for a score. The poor execution stemmed from the offenses lack of experience as the unit has only two returning starters from last year. The team had to play young players against a talented defense with a handful of FBS-caliber athletes, including South Carolina commit Sherrod Pittman. We have all young kids at o-line who have never played before, and you come over and play 8-10 division 1 players with ninth and 10th graders that have never played o-line, thats kind of the result your going to get, Coach MacPherson said. We werent ready up front for the speed. We werent ready for the physicality of it. The only good thing is this will make them better. The offensive woes meant the defense was forced back early in the game. The defense had a tough time slowing down First Coasts high-powered offense and allowed touchdown half possessions. Even when the defense appeared to have their opposition stopped, the Bucs still found a Wildcats had First Coast facing a fourth-and-20 and a fourthand-35, and each time they gave up a long touchdown pass by Johnson. Those mistakes gave the Bucs the chance to blow the game open, coach MacPherson said. Stuff like that just cannot happen, he said. If you take the two fourth down plays and the two turnovers away, maybe its 14 to nothing at half instead of forty-something to nothing. Despite the overall poor showing, there were still a few bright spots for the Cats. CeCe Jefferson showed once again why he is one of the most sought-after players in the 2015 recruiting class. The defensive star had a sack and three tackles for loss. Coach MacPherson also pointed to Blayne Merchant, who played both ways, as someone who stood out for him. The coach said ninth-grade offenand Travion Clayton played well enough to give the team hope for the future. Were going to get good up front, he said. Were going to get better. These kids have just never played. The Wildcats returned to held workouts the following Wednesday and Thursday. The team will get back on the practo correct the mistakes they made in the spring. The head coach said he hopes the shutout loss will act as a wake up call for the team to work hard in the summer. Hopefully this is the shot in the face we need and the kick in the face we need to get motivated a little bit, coach MacPherson said. I think some of our guys need to be a little bit hungrier and need to realize we have a lot of work to do. Hopefully this is what will get it done. PHOTO BY JUD JOHNSON Jacob Carter tries to avoid tackle. NOTICE: The Loyal Order of Moose is a private organization. All activities and events referred to are Eugene & Bonnie Lindseywould like to invite family and friends to the Macclenny Moose Lodge on June 7th at 6 p.m. to welcome home one of Baker Countys OwnWaylon Lindseyfrom Afghanistan.e lodge will be serving pork & rice dinners for a $6 donation starting at 6 p.m. e enter tainment for the evening will be Harley & e Equalizers from 8 p.m. a.m. June 7th will also be a Smoke Free Day throughout the day and evening. FATHERS DAY CELEBRATION FOR ALL LOOM MEMBERS JUNE 14TH @ THE MA CCLENNY MOOSE LODGE 6 p.m. Good ole fried chicken dinner 9 p.m. Harley & e Equalizers Please, mark your calendars! We would like to wish all the men a Happy Fathers Day!! Purchase this photo at Photo by Jud JohnsonMondrell Jeerson braces for impact.Purchase this photo at Photo by Jud JohnsonReggie Givens on the run.Purchase this photo at Photo by Jud JohnsonJacob Carter is hounded by First Coast defense.Purchase this photo at Photo by Jud JohnsonGavin Register on the tackle.Purchase this photo at Photo by Jud JohnsonValdez PoobyJackson sprints down eld.Purchase this photo at Photo by Jud JohnsonCeCe Jeerson, who nished with a sack and three tackles for losses, brings down the First Coast ball career. Sloppy show at First Coast, 47-0Wildcats sputter in 4 Classic


ursday, May 29, 2014 T B C P Page 15 PHOTO COURTESY OF MA X RA STIELLI Brandon Callen Anderson Quality ROOFING Metal Reroofs & Roof Repairs Shingle Reroofs & RepairsYour hometown contractor! FREE ESTIMATESLIC.#CCC13302742593300IN GOD WE TRUST. LICENSED & INSUREDLIC.#CBC1259558LLC First Baptist Churchof MacclennyIt Feels Like Home372 S. Sixth Street at W. Minnesota Ave. Directions from I-10: Take Exit 335 N. Go 1.3 miles North on Hwy. 121 See steeple on left Broadcast Live on WJXR 92.1 FM each Sunday Morning @ 11:00 am SUNDAY SERVICESSunday School 9:30 am Worship 10:45 am & 6:00 pmWEDNESDAY SERVICESPrayer & Bible Study 6:00 pm Awana for Children 6:00 pm Youth Group 6:00 pm Dr. Edsel M. Bone Senior Pastor JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR jonshu@live.comBrandon Callen of Lake City won the state junior championship in team roping for the second straight year when he and partner Aaron Barber were crowned champions on May 18 after the competition took place in Davie the previous three days. It feels great, Callen, a 18-year-old Macclenny native, said. Being able to go back and win it again is a big accomplishment. We were going against the best competitors in the state of Florida. The top 15 teams qualified for the state after receiving points throughout the season. Callen and Barber sat atop the team roping rankings entering the rodeo, which gave them the advantage of going last. The duo had a big points lead and thought they would only have to catch the steer to win, but the second-place team pulled within eight points of the lead. The closer competition motivated Callen and Barber to post a time of 8.88 seconds in the third and final go-round, which was about a second-anda-half faster than the secondplace team. Im kind of glad it came down to how it did, said the high school senior. It made us step our game up. The time was enough for Callen to capture his second consecutive state champion ship with as many partners. He called his new partner a brother and the two would practice as much as they could on weekends to give themselves the chance to be as successful as possible. With the state meet behind him, Callen turns his attention to Julys national rodeo in Rock Spring, Wyo. He and former partner Colton Matthews fin ished 14th out of 81 team roping duos last year. This year, he expects to finish at the top of the national rodeo. Everybody that goes out there is competing against the best of the best, Callen said. We just hope to catch all our cattle and make it back sitting good to have a chance to win the national title. Florida has one of the most competitive teams going out. Without a doubt we have a very good chance. Captures state title in ropingJON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR jonshu@live.comVarsity Wildcat baseball coach Fred Matricardi will be the director of the Big Cat Academy Baseball Camp on June 16-19 at the Baker County The camp is open to players ages 5 to 15 and will teach the fundamentals of the sport, in ing and base running. Camp at tendees will need to bring their own glove, bat, hat and cleats to the camp. The camp fee is a non-refundable $75 and all attendees will receive a camp T-shirt. Daily individual awards will also be given out through the duration of the camp. Coach Matricardi has more than 19 years of baseball experience at the high school, college and professional level and he has coached the Wildcats to a 76-31 record during his four years at the school. For more information, con tact coach Matricardi at (904) 894-1488 or fredmatricardi@ camp setJune 16-19 JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR jonshu@live.comAbout 40 children took part in a free soccer camp at the YMCA on May 24 that was organized by the Tim Callahan Inspiration Foundation to encourage the youth by telling Mr. Callahans story of overcoming paralysis in his legs. Doctors gave Mr. Callahan a .01 percent chance to walk after he was left paralyzed from tournament in July 2010. He didnt allow the long odds to affect his determination to get back on his feet. He was walking again just four weeks after the diagnosis. Within a year, he was back in the gym working out. Although he still suffers from paralysis and tingling throughout his body, he said his recovery was incredible. Honestly, me and my wife never believed those odds at all, Mr. Callahan said. We just put our faith in God and prayer and believing that I would be able to come back. It was obviously scary, but after a few weeks when I started being able to move a little bit, I put the hard work into getting back to where I am right now. After two years of therapy and working out, Mr. Callahan decided to play in another quarterback. His team won the tournament and his story blew up across the country and was featured on the New England Patriots website. He decided to use that notoriety to spread his message of hope to children and created his foundation in June 2013. I got emails from people I didnt know telling me how Im their hero and how Ive inspired them to do this and that, Mr. Callahan said about reaching out to others. I would get speaking engagements. It got me to thinking, I need to do something where I can tell as many kids as I can about this great story of overcoming the odds. The best way I can think to do that is to offer free sports camps to kids. The foundation has held more than 20 soccer camps across Northeast Florida dur ing the last year. The camp teaches the fundamentals of the sport with experienced coaches and volunteers helping the attendees with the different aspects of the game. While the children may leave better athletes, Mr. Callahans goal is to inspire the participants to overcome any odds they may face in the future. Every time I leave here I always get a better feeling than I did when I came, he said. Literally, I get something good out of it every single time. If I reach and inspire one kid or adult through my story, then thats all I want. Purchase this photo at Photo by Jon ShumakeCampers Jordan Calvert (left) and Chelsea Harper. PHOTO BY JON SHUM A KE Tim Callahan on the eld.Purchase this photo at Photo by Jon ShumakeSoccer camp group at the YMCA elds last Saturday for Tim Callahans camp.Inspirational coach directs soccer camp ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Monday & Friday at 8 pm 209 Macclenny Ave. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUSWe are a group of recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. IT WORKS!! Meetings are held at the Baker County Health Department on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:45 p.m.-7:45 p.m.


Page 16 T B C P ursday, May 29, 2014 YARD SALES Friday and Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., 4238 Raintree Drive, Macclenny II. Girls nursery decor set, toys and much more., Friday and Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., 5893 George Hodges Road. Dishes, clothes, wood heater, garden plow, miscellaneous. Rain cancels. Friday and Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-?, 208 Wolfe Drive. Moving-everything must go. Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., 470 Magnolia Drive, off Miltondale. 3 family; clothes, scrubs, books, movies and lots more. Mark your calendars! June 6 & 7. Estate sale. Furniture, kitchen items and lots more. Class i fied ads and no tic es must be paid in advance, and be in our office no lat er than 4:00 pm the Monday preceding pub li ca tion, unless otherwise arranged in advance. Ads can be mailed provided they are accompanied by payment and instructions. They should be mailed to: Class i fied Ads, The Baker County Press, P.O. Box 598, Mac clenny, FL 32063. We can not assume responsibility for ac curacy of ads or notices given over the telephone. Li a bil i ty for errors in all advertising will be limited to the first publication only. If after that time, the ad continues to run without notification of error by the person or agen cy for whom it was pub lished, then that party as sumes full payment re spon sibility. The Baker County Press reserves the right to refuse advertising or any oth er mate ri al which in the opinion of the publisher does not meet standards of publication. Three ton mobile home AC with electric heat. $400. 904-408-6100. 5/29-6/5p 3 sets of exterior French doors with keys. Each door is 80" tall, 36" wide. Small crack on wood on 1 door. $100 per set OBO. Call 259-2629. 5/29p Miller Big 40 D.C. welding machine. 300 amp. mounted on trailer with large gang box, acetylene and oxygen racks, 75' of hot leed, 50' of ground leed, powered by 4 cylinder Continental engine. Runs great, welds great, starts up great; good battery double 110 electric outlet. Retired, dont need it anymore. $1500. Call Gene 2592298. 5/22-29p THE PLANT LADIES: Saturday only, 9-1, Across from Richards Markettomato & pepper plants, yesterdays, confeder ate jasmine, gerbera daisies, small bottle brush trees, honeysuckle, hummingbird vine, morning glory trees, ferns, assorted annuals. Dept of Ag #4800569. 5/29p Like new black side by side refrigerator, with ice and water maker $400; like new black gas range stove $300; Goodman 3 ton central heat and air unit for home/ mobile home, like new $1200; chihuahua puppies $75 each. 904-239-0040 or 2592271. 5/29p New Kel-tec 32 automatic with red dot scope, paid $550, will take $400; new room size tent $25. 904-654-7841. 5/29p Fruit Treesapple, pear, peach and more. Muscadine grapevines, blueberry plants (small 1 gallon $3 & up). Delivery available. All major credit cards accepted. Lic. #4800917. 904-845-2686 or 904-3186166, Hilliard. 3/20-6/26p Artists. Oils, acrylics, water colors, Canvas es, draw ing pads and much more. On sale now. The Of ce Mart, 110 S. Fifth Street, 259-3737. tfc Camille Beckman hand cream, Root candles, unique gift items. Southern Charm 110 S. 5th Street. 259-4140. 4/28tfc Ofce Supplies, printer and fax cartridges, rubber stamps and much more. We specialize in hard to nd items. The Ofce Mart, 110 S. 5th Street. 259-3737. 4/28tfc MISCELLANEOUS Free lumber-you move. 259-3687. 5/29p Need club member in Glen St. Mary, FL. Still hunt. Call 904-327-6433 or 2593580. 5/29p Nannys Thrift Store. Located across from old jail. Furniture, toys, clothes. You name it, we have it or well get it. 904229-2303. 5/29-6/5c REWARD! $100 cash for Baker County Florida License Tags starting with 52 for 1938, 39, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 50, 54, 55 and 64. Also want tags starting with #63. $1000 for Baker County porcelain tags 1911-1917, and buying all FL/GA tags before 1958. Jeff Francis 727-4241576. 3/27-5/29p Female will clean houses or ofces. Will do a good job. Call 259-6518. 5/15-6/5p Home Improvementsporches, decks, remodeling-any home repair. Licensed & Insured. 904-591-2640. 10/17tfc Are you pregnant? A childless loving married couple seeks to adopt. Will be hand on mom/dad. Financial security. Expenses paid. Dawn & Domenick 1(855)985-4592. Adam Sklar #0150789. 5/29p Auction-Waterfront Home, Lake Eufaula,217 Cypress Cove Drive, Eufaula, Al, 5 Bedroom-4Bath, Executive, Great views. June 10, 1:00pm. Details, pictures, 205.326.0833 Granger, Thagard & Assoc,Inc. Jack F Granger, #873. 5/29p Train from home. Medical billing, accounting assistant, customer service. No experience needed. HS/GED needed to apply. Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers. 1-800-451-0709. 5/29p We install 6 seamless gutters. Pressure washing. 259-7335. 8/11tfc Narcotics Anonymous. We are a group of recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. IT WORKS!! Meetings are held at the Baker County Health Department on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:45 p.m.-7:45 p.m. 1/2-12/25p Alcoholics anonymous meetings Monday and Friday at 8 pm. Call Wanda 904994-7750. 209 Macclenny Ave. 1/2-12/25p AUTOMOBILES 2000 Kawasaki VN750 motorcycle, New Battery, Stator, & Voltage Regulator. $2,900.00. 259-7523. 12/5tfc ANIMALS Dogs: all types from puppies to adults. Animal Control, $65 adoption fees will apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc HELP WANTED Notice to readers: The newspaper often publishes classied advertising on subjects like workat-home, weight loss products, health products. While the newspaper uses reasonable discretion in deciding on publication of such ads, it takes no responsibility as to the truthfulness of claims. Respondents should use caution and common sense before sending any money or making other commitments based on statements and/or promises; demand specics in writing. You can also call the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-FTC-HELP to nd out how to spot fraudulent solicitations. Remember: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The Baker County Press Sales Associate: Job Description: An swers customer questions, and billing inquiries with the highest degree of courtesy and professionalism. Handles transactions in connection with activation of new customer accounts and ser vice orders. Procient in data entry skills, spelling and grammar. Qualications: HS Diploma. Experience and some college benecial. Procient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. Possess good analytical and organizational skills. Broad working knowledge of Business Ofce/Call Center practices and operations. Comfortable at multitasking. Benets: Health, life, 401 (k), Retirement plan, vacation, holidays. To Apply: Mail, fax or e-mail resume on or before May 30th to: Northeast Florida Telephone Company, Sales Associate Position, 130 N. 4th St., Macclenny, Fl 32063, Fax: 904-259-1200, e-mail: EOE M/F D/V and Drug Free. 5/22-29c Northeast Florida State Hospital located in Macclenny, FL is hiring Direct Care Staff both CNA and non-CNA. Prefer ence given to CNAs/Bilingual applicants. Salary starts at $9.75-$11.75 per hour depending on experience. Great benets offered! To apply go to search under Baker County for Human Service Worker and/or Psychiatric Aide or email Erika_Powell@ for an application to fax to People First. 5/22-6/12c Wrecker Operator needed. Please send resume to r& 5/2229c Roger Raulerson Well Drilling accept ing applications. Drug testing and background check. Must be physically able to do job. Call 259-7531. 5/29-6/19c River Region Human Services, Inc. is a private, non-prot corporation, providing a comprehensive array of substance abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment services. Current positions available in the Baker County area: Co-Occurring Outpatient Counselor. Must provide 25 hours each week of client contact hours and individual counseling to assigned caseload in accordance with agency and licensing requirements. Must ensure individualized treatment is designed for each client and conduct assessments as scheduled each week for review within 24 hours. Licensed preferred or Masters degree in the behavioral health eld with two years substance abuse treatment and mental health experience. A valid Florida drivers license and a good driving record are re quired. Computer competency required. If you are interested in a career opportunity please visit and click Career Opportunities. EOE/DFWP/DCF Level 2 background screening approval. 5/29c Certified Nursing Assistant needed. Full-time/11:00 p.m.-7 p.m. We are looking for dependable TEAM players. Must pass level 2 AHCA screening. Apply in person to Macclenny Nursing and Rehab. No phone calls please. 755 S. 5th Street. An EEO/AA Employer/M/F/V/D. 5/22-29c Drivers: $5,000 Sign-On Bonus! Great Pay! Consistent Freight, Great Miles on this Regional Account. Werner Enterprises: 1-855-515-8447. 5/22-6/12p Experienced painters needed. Peacock Painting. 259-5877. 2/21tfc Drivers, CDL-A: Home EVERY Weekend! ALL Loaded/Empty Miles Paid! Dedicated Southeast! Or Lease: No Money Down,No Credit Check. 1-888-880-5916. 5/29p Drivers: Company. Home Every Week. Excellent Pay & Benets. Pd Empty & Loaded. No Touch, 50% D&H. CDL-A, 3 yrs exp. 800-588-7911 x225. 5/29-6/5p Experienced OTR Flatbed Drivers earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. $1000 sign on to Qualied drivers. Home most weekends. Call: 843-266-3731 / www.bulldoghiway. com. EOE. 5/29p Experienced Team, Solo, Recent Grad & Student Drivers needed for dedicated run in your area! Ask about our sign-on bonus and guaranteed hometime! Call 866-4143402. 5/29p REAL ESTATE 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, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing 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 adver tised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination, call HUD toll free at 1-800669-9777. The toll free telephone number for the impaired is 1-800-927-9275. Beautiful x-large lot; power, water, fruit and citrus trees. Hillside Drive, Macclenny; on a paved dead end street. Reduced to $37,500. 259-4569 or 904-861-9355. 5/8-29p Large 1 BR, 1 BA apartment, approximately 4 years old. Separate laundry room, kitchen appliances, heat and air. Large attached carport, capable of closing in to double apartment size. Located in middle of 30 acres of pines; paved road frontage; 3 miles north of Glen; Property includes 4" well and complete 1050 septic tank. Possible owner nancing. Call for more information. 904-591-8200. 5/29tfc 1-10 acres, high and dry, sh pond, creek or river front, homes/mobile homes, setup. Owner nancing. 912-843-8118 or 904-699-8637. 3/13tfc 5 acres on St. Marys River, zoned Ag; high and dry. Ready to build on; very nice wooded acres. $54,900; two to pick from. 904-591-2640. 7/18tfc 1820 sf 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on acre, located in Glen. $80,000 with owner financing available. 904-4767136. 5/29-6/5c FSBO 4 BR, 3 BA doublewide, on almost an acre. Well, septic, & shade trees; near city limits. $68,000. 10% down. 904-5912916. 5/29c Lots for sale, Copper Creek, $25,000 and Gleneld Oaks subdivisions. $32,000 each. Call 904-813-1580. 2/7tfc 3 BR, 2 BA 2300 sf house FSBO on 1 acre, fenced; in Macclenny II. Huge rooms; must see! $199,000. Call Emily 904-6735985. 5/1-29p Western NC New cabin on 2.51ac. w/2bdr, loft, large deck, covered porch, fpl, minutes from the lake $139,900. Call 828-286-1666. 5/29p FOR RENT 3 BR, 2 BA 11793 Blueberry Lane in Rolling Meadows; multiple upgrades. $1200/month plus $1200 deposit. Real Estate with Garlon Webb. 904-408-9146. 5/29c 2 BR, 1 BA duplex in Glen. New carpet, CH/A. $595/month, 1st, last and deposit. 904-234-4637. 5/29p 3 BR, 2 BA house in city of Macclenny, with fenced in back yard, washer/dryer hookups. $995/month plus $500 deposit. 904-234-4637. 5/29p 2 BR, 1 BA apartment at 652 Katie Court, Macclenny. Washer/dryer hook-up. $625/ month plus $550 deposit, with 12 month lease. 904-838-8584. 5/29tfc 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home. Non-smoker; service animals only. $575/month plus $500 deposit. 259-1643. 5/29p 2 BR, 2 BA doublewide on 5 acres on Crews Road. Service animals only. $750/ month plus $500 deposit. Call Michelle 904-588-2589. 5/29p 3 BR, 1 BA brick home, 402 Azalea Drive, Macclenny. Fenced back yard, CH/A, washer/dryer hook-up. $825/month plus $825 deposit. 259-6488. 5/29p 3 BR, 1 BA with large garage at 125 N in Glen St. Mary. $700/month plus $500 deposit. 1st & last months rent plus deposit due after application process to move in. Call 259-8444 for more information or to get an application. 5/22-29c 4 BR, 1 BA historic home on College Street in Macclenny. Fenced in yard. Walking distance to middle school. $1200/ month, $600 deposit. 1st & last months rent plus deposit due after application process to move in. Call 259-8444 for more information or to get an application. 5/22-29c 3 BR, 1 BA home on Barbara Circle in Macclenny, large fenced in yard. $850/ month, $600 deposit. 1st & last months rent plus deposit due after application process to move in. Call 259-8444 for more information or to get an application. 5/22-29c 2 BR, 1 BA apartment in Macclenny. Quiet established neighborhood. $600/month plus $500 deposit. 1st & last months rent plus deposit due after application process to move in. Call 259-8444 for more infor mation or to get an application. 5/22-29c Clean 3 BR, 1 BA home with CH/A at 9128 Dolphin Street, Sanderson. $750/ month plus $750 deposit. Call 904-8131580 or 259-2255. 5/15tfc 3 BR, 2 BA mobile home in Sanderson area. Service animals only. $600/month plus $600 deposit. 386-365-6610. 5/29p 5 BR, 3 BA mobile home on nice lot. $900/month plus $900 deposit. Service animals only. 904-275-2212. 5/29p 2 BR mobile home located in Lawtey. 904-782-3380 or 904-275-2136. 5/29p FOR SALE I BUY USED MOBILE HOMES$$ CASH PAID $$IMMEDIATELY904.259.4663 500 DOLLARS & DEEDis all you need to move into your new Manufactured & Modular HomeCALL PAT800-414-2130 NOW AVAILABLE 1 and 2 BedroomsBaldwin GroveAPARTMENTS904-266-4070T.T.D. 1-800-955-8771US 90 E., right on Yellow Water Rd., right on Rainer Rd., go to stop sign, turn right. Go to rst street, turn left. RENTAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED APPLICANTSThis institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on 2.85 acres with pond, in Glen; close to everything. Newly renovated. $1000/month, plus 1st and last months rent. Owner to maintain lawn. Call 904-424-1793 or 904-813-0367 for more information. 5/29-6/5p 3 BR, 2 BA DW mobile home located on nice lot in Glen. Extra clean; service ani mals only. $800/month plus $500 deposit. 259-2121. 5/15tfc 3 BR, 1 BA country house with large yard on Richardson Road. $550/month, 1st and last months rent and $500 deposit required. 904-591-0664. 5/29-6/5p. 3 BR, 1 BA house. $600/month plus $500 deposit. 904-923-2191. 5/8-29c 2 BR mobile home in city; CH/A. $475/ month. 904-537-1639. 5/29c 2 BR, 2 BA mobile home, CH/A, $575/ month plus deposit; 3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, $625/month plus deposit. 904860-4604. 1/30tfc 2-3 BR mobile homes available. $450$600/month. Half acre; garbage, water, sewer, lawn care provided; family neighborhood. 912-843-8118 or 904-6998637. 10/31tfc COMMERCIAL RENT For Lease1500 SF retail/office space at 541 S. 6th Street, Macclenny. $1000/ month. Call Jack at 904-616-9432. 9/26tfc MOBILE HOMES 2007 2 BR DW mobile home. Like new condition with Low-e windows. $39,900 set-up and delivered. 259-4663. 5/296/19c Biggest Sale Ever. All homes 20% off with free furniture. Ends 5/20. 259-4663. 5/29-6/19c 2008 14x70 2 BR. $19,900 set-up and delivered. 259-4663. 5/29-6/19c BRAND NEW 28x80 4 BR, $59,900; 28x60 3 BR, $49,900. Set-up with AC, steps and skirting. 259-4663. waynefrier 5/29-6/19c SHOALS PARKSUBDIVISION150s10168 Sherman Ave. N. in Glen St. Mary Only 8 lots remaining! ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE 164 Duty Days Tenured Track Teach students in criminal justice major; recruit students to program; update and maintain curriculum; serve on college committees; support students in and out of the classroom; communicate with law we are serving our students and producing capable graduates. Requires Masters Degree with at least 18 graduate hours in criminal with local and state law enforcerect experience in law enforcement leadership experience in law enforcement; 18 graduate hours in a second discipline. SALARY: Based on degree and APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/12/14 Persons interested should provide College application, vita, and copies of transcripts. All foreign transcripts must be submitted with Position details and applications available on web at: www.fgc. edu Human Resources 149 S.E. College Place FGC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. VP/ADA/ EA/EO College in Education and Employment ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR COLLEGE SUCCESS 164 Duty Days Tenured Track Engage and empower students to be successful by facilitating the development of basic skills and utilizing college resources. Collaborate with instructors and other college departments to ensure success of students and to ensure increased student retention, achievement and rates of transition to college. Stay current on research involving increased student retention, student success, retention, and teaching of mathematics, reading, and writing strategies. 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Sheri Joey Dobson (pictured bottom left calling out rae winners) compared this years need for 10 tents to feed some 400 seniors, to past years in which four tents were sucient. He estimated public ocials, including Property Appraiser Tim Sweat and Tax Collector Gene Harvey and others, caught upwards of 1400 sh throughout the year to freeze and fry up for the lunch time fete to the communitys eldest residents. The Council on Aging supplied the paper products while the Florida Department of Corrections, with inmate labor, did the cooking. A trio of singers (pictured at left l-r), Daphne Weeks, Brad Weeks and David Andrews sang gospel songs for the crowd while they ate. Everybody chips in, said the sheri. Between the seniors, guests and public employees present for the gathering, Sheri Dobson approximated more than 650 people were fed during the roughly hour-long luncheon. The sh fry has been a tradition in Baker County for more than three decades. Pictured at top left are (l-r) Ray Edwards, Cari Bertolas, Amos Gainey and Fred Raulerson (front). Below is Cathy Dicks Dopson of BCSO serving her favorite uncle Denver Dicks. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSMeetings Mondays & Fridays at 8 p.m. 209 Macclenny Ave.


Page 18 T B C P ursday, May 29, 2014 NARCOTICS ANONYMOUSWe are a group of recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. IT WORKS!!Meetings are held at the Baker County Health Department on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:45 p.m.-7:45 p.m. Crossroads Shopping Center | 816 S. 6th St. | Macclenny | Open 7 Days a Week 8 am 8 pm USDA Inspected Fresh AssortedPORK CHOPS$179lb. Heavy Western Boneless BeefCHUCK ROAST$379lb. Heavy Western Beef STEW MEATor Boneless Beef Ribs$399lb. USDA Inspected FreshLEAN GROUND CHUCK$349lb. USDAINSPECTED USDAINSPECTEDCABBAGE ROMA TOMATOES ROMA TOMATOES SALE PRICES GOOD MAY 28 JUNE 3, 2014. Heavy Western Cubed Beef CHUCK STEAK$429lb. 16 oz. Oscar Mayer WIENERS2/$300 16 oz. Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh HONEY HAMor Oven Roasted Turkey$399 USDA Inspected Old Fashioned Pork SPARE RIBSor Backbone$279lb. Schooner 2 lb. TILAPIA OR SWAI Fillets$599 40 oz. SugardaleTHICK SLICED BACON$1249 USDA Inspected Fresh Assorted USDA Inspected Fresh 49lb.79 lb. 2/$1YELLOW ONIONS 3 LB. BAG $199MANGOES JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR jonshu@live.comThe BCMS Bobcats held their first of two spring scrim mages on May 23 as the team prepares itself for a second straight run at a conference title. The scrimmage started off with the first-team defense squaring off against the second-team offense before they swapped to have the first-team offense match up with the second-team defense with each offense receiving about 40 snaps. The first-team defense held their offensive opposition to minimal yardage, while the first-team offense moved the ball with relative ease. Overall, coach Rock Rhoden said it was a fairly typical first spring scrimmage. Its kind of what I expected, he said. We looked de cent, but its nowhere near where we need to be. I was hoping to be a little farther along, but its okay. The first-team defense dominated the offense during its time on the field. The offense had five fumbles and the defense blew up several running plays in the backfield. Defensive back Ozion Moore made a nice tipped interception off quarterback John Green for the lone pick of the day. Moore also made some great plays with the first-team offense in the second half of the scrimmage as a running back. He ran for a several big gains, including a touchdown when he bounced the run off the edge. Green remained at quar terback for the majority of the snaps for the first-team offense. He split a few snaps with Payton Combs, who coach Rhoden plans to use as the B-Cats passing quarterback. The offense didnt move the ball as easily with Combs at quarterback as he struggled to connect with his receivers, but he hasnt received a lot of reps to gel with the skill position players yet, the head coach said. Erit Myers, Cameron Scott and DeAngelo Farmer also stood out for the first-team offense. Although they had a tough time slowing down the starting offense, the second-team defense made a few plays to get the coaches attention. Defensive lineman Jacari Anderson forced his way into the backfield to strip the ball from the quarterback and drop him for a sack. The Bobcats will take the field for their final spring scrimmage on May 30 at 3:30 at the middle schools practice field. Purchase this photo at Photo by Joel AddingtonOzion Moore (right) catches a tipped pass on defense.Typical spring scrimmage CALL 511 TOLL FREE VISIT FL511.COM FOLLOW FL511 ON TWITTER FLORIDA 511 FREE APPSA toll-free resource of the Florida Department of Transportation (standard mobile phone minutes, text message and data charges may apply)TRAFFIC INFO ALL THE TIME Purchase this photo at Photo by Jim McGauleyDeAngelo Farmer is pursued by tacklers.