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The Baker County press

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The Baker County press
Uniform Title:
Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
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Macclenny, FL
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Baker County Press, Inc., James C. McGauley- Publisher
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2005
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Newspapers -- Baker County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Baker -- Macclenny
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Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began Apr. 12, 1929.
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Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 39 (Jan. 2, 1931).
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Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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OCTOBER 18 Dinner at Woodys to benet The Arc North Florida 5:00 pm 8:00 pm Have dinner at Woodys in Macclenny on October 18 from 5-8 p.m. and a portion of the proceeds will benet The Arc North Florida. The Arc will also have an information table set up in the restaurant where diners can learn more about the nonprot organization and its mission. We are committed to providing advocacy and quality services for people with disabilities ..., reads a yer for the charity event. For more information, contact Quinn Ban at (904) 2592509.OCTOBER 19 BCHS Wildcats vs Clay 7:00 pm Wrong way I-10 driver stoppedPage 4 AT AGLANCE THINGS TO DO MORE NEWS Go vote ...bakercountypress.comIs it OK for election candidates to use natural disasters for political gain?Yes 19% No 81%Lobby makeover See page 7 See page 3 Conference champsPage 14 Replacing Rep. PorterThe four-way race for Florida House District 10 pits a retired Marine and pastor from Lake City, an environmentally-minded small business owner from Fort White, which is also in Columbia County, a retired from Macclenny and a full-time protester and retired Navy veteran from McAlpine, FL in Suwannee County against each other. City) seat in the legislature couldnt be more diverse demographically, politically or in personality. One of the few attributes they all have in common before. II is a pastor and social worker who served more than two decades in the Marine Corps. He has a bachelors degree in social work from St. Leo University and is working to obtain a masters degree in clinical social work. He founded and operates a Christian school and daycare center and is the son of a long-time Columbia County commissioner. Independent Merrillee Malwitz-Jipson and her husband own an lege of Art in Sarasota, FL and is passionate about water resource issues. wannee County native whose family relocated to a farm in Macclenny, retired from a career in law enforcement ty. He holds a bachelors degree in criminal justice from the University of committeeman. Independent Fred S. Martin served three years in the Navy and has spent more than 20 years protest ing and calling for radical changes in state law including legalizing prostitution and recreational use and sale of marijuana to fund everything from schools to shelters to cameras on every Hopefuls talk state issues, motivesQ&AA state prison system inmate with a history of sexual offenses who had been ordered to Northeast Florida State Hospital escaped the late evening of October 10 and was re-captured walking along Inter state 10 east of Macclenny. just after 2 a.m. that inhad escaped by bunching up blankets and pillows to make it look like he was there while he crawled through a drop ceiling into a medication room on the second story. He then broke a window leading outside, crawled onto a ledge wide enough to stand on and lowered his way to the ground. Deputy John Murphy said a sweep of the sprawling hospital grounds off turned up nothing before police received a report of someone walking along the stopped and questioned a male matching Mr. Schluckerbiers description and took him into custody, but not before the suspect attempted to ing him the fake name of James Corbin. Mr. Schluckerbier was ordered by a judge to NEFSH from the Florida prison system, where he had a history of sexual told Deputy Murphy he is a suspect in three current sexual battery cases at the state hospital. See page 6 Bryan SchluckerbierSexual oender escapes NEFSHJOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.com to communities in the Florida Panhandle struggling to re cover from the devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Michael. Late last week pastor Shannon Conner of Macclenny Church of God began soliciting donations at the church for delivery last weekend to a sister church in Pensacola that would then distribute the goods food, water, cleaning supplies, diapers, formula and other items to those in need. PHOTO BY JOEL ADDINGTON Pastor Shannon Conner poses with donated hurricane relief items gathered late last week at Macclenny Church of God. Church outreach aids Panhandle See page 2Bryan Schluckerbier is a suspect in 3 additional sexual battery cases at NEFSH One win from titlePage 15Top right is Merrillee Malwitz-Jipson, bottom right is Ronald Williams II. Top left is Fred Martin, bottom left is Chuck Brannan.

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Page 2 T B C P ursday, October 18, 2018He said the church participated in a similar relief Hurricane Irma, so ramping up again was an easy process. Theres a few of us [churches] going in quick. Weve done it before, he said, noting that it could take several more days to get the supplies to the hardest hit areas still without power and cell service. Planning for the relief effort began even before the storm hit. with donations would leave the next morning on Satur another coming down from North Carolina would de part on Monday with more donations. Pastor Conner estimated the drive here collected about 100,000 items to send as of last Friday evening. They donations came from 10 churches and some 20-25 individuals, he said. to reach some 900 families in two counties, the pastor reported last weekend. He said another trailer will be heading to Panama City this of Macclenny also loaded a trailer on Sunday bound for that city. Then on Tuesday Superson began spreading the word about a donation drive for two impacted high school sports program, including that of former WildJohns in Wewahitchka, FL in Gulf County. Shes asking that attendees to Friday nights homecoming game bring socks, deodorant, soap, granola bars and sports drinks to support the Wewahitchka High School football team stown, FL in Calhoun Coun ty. The superintendent said while those schools are still closed due to storm damage, they plan to continue playing football games and need supplies for the athletes. For some senior players, this season could be their last playing the game, she said. Costume contest for pets!Start brainstorming now for our Halloween pet costume contest! The Press will accept photo submissions of pets in costume from October 24 through October 26. The best images as judged be posted at www.bakercountypress.com for a public vote October 27 The top voted photo will receive a $10 gift card featured in the Halloween edition of The Press Email your contest submissions to reporter@ bakercountypress.com. Well also be promoting the contest via our Face book page where photos may also be submitted. Please include the pet owners name and contact information.Trick or Treat!Macclenny Nursing and host a Trick or Treating event on October 26 starting at 6 p.m. in the front parking lot. All Trick or Treaters will receive Halloween bag (while supplies last). The nursing home will accept donations of candy until the day of the event. Happy Halloween!Candy requestedTrick or treating will be held again this year at Wells Nursing Home on Wednesday evening, Ocand lasting two hours. Due to the increasing volume of children each year, donations of candy will be greatly appreciated. For more information contact Activities Director Linda Moore. From page 1Sends items for hurricane reliefAl-Anon meetingsMacclenny Hour of Hope and Healing Al-Anon meetings will begin on November 1 and continue ev ery Thursday. The session for beginners starts at 6 p.m., with the main meeting following an hour later. The meetings are for family and friends of alcoholics, and will be held in the library of the First United Methodist Church, across the street from the main church, on North Fifth St. in Macclenny. For more details phone ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon. Sat. @ 8 pm 8981 S. SR 228, Macclenny Meeting Monday @ 6:30 pm 93 N. 5th St., Macclenny

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ursday, October 18, 2018 T B C P Page 3JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.comA seemingly routine contract renewal for meals at the county jail came under Correctional Development automatic annual price in creases tied to the Consum er Price Index during the proposed three-year term of the deal. The contract with Trinity Services Group of Oldsmar, FL arrived in mid-Septem owners board of directors about three weeks to review it and develop a response for the 2 p.m. board meeting last week. The current contract with Trinity expired September set to begin November 1. offered counter proposals last week including language allowing immediate termination of the contract for any breaches of security by Trinity employees a new deal could be delayed by a prolonged negotiation. Some board members also appeared to favor a one-year contract with meal pricing to be negotiated annually with the understandbid the contract for at least three years. As proposed by Trini ty and its district manager Chip Toner, who attended this weeks board meeting, meal prices would increase 4 percent under the new contract and future prices increases would be tied to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) each year. The contract bases meal prices on the inmate population ranges. The prices go from $1.60 per meal with per meal with 500 to 524 inmates. The prices assume inmate labor will be used. Without the labor, the prosame inmate ranges. Meals prepared with religious diet restrictions would remain at $2. Trinity also agreed in the proposed contract to take over management of the kitchen and cafe where meals are prepared by inmates and sold for $2 (breakfast) and $4 (lunch) and visitors. Were going to get out of the food business, ex plained sheriffs office fiTrinity would receive 10 percent of revenues from the meal sales and the sale of freshly prepared take out meals for inmates. The proposal prompted Jr. to question how many inmates and Trinity staff would be used for the kitchen and cafe operation. Mr. Toner didnt answer the question but said that Trinitys costs for the cafe operation were built into the per meal price for regular inmate meals. ber then turned the discussion toward security breaches, calling for all vendor contracts to include authority to terminate contracts immediately without vendor employees break security protocols. Late last year a Trinity employee was implicated in the escape of a county inmate at the facility. allegedly rolled the inmate out of the jail in a trash container. The former Trinity contract worker was also charged with distributing cigarettes and cash inside the jail to inmates. We have to be able to maintain control and call The security violation language was the board chairmans top concern with the contract, though he didnt favor in principle the automatic price increases included in the three-year agreement, calling them suspicious. agreeing to automatic cost hikes for vendors, but not automatic raises for jail employees, would send the office staff working inside the facility. He also pointed out that Trinity has increased its meal prices by decade. Still, Mr. Toner, the Trinity district manager, responded that he could not extend the contract for three years without the annual price increases. budge, however. Locking us into a moving target is something Im not comfortable with, said board member Mark meanwhile, didnt take issue with the CPI-indexed increases because they were there may be years when the so locking the rate down today could save cash in the future. Padgett appeared to be the deciding voice and opposed the automatic price jumps. I dont want to miss that this relationship is import in reference to the Trinity negotiation here. requested that language or soliciting to hire any former Trinity employees for one year after they leave the company be removed. The alty equal to one year of the employees salary should it break the provision. rangements are typically made between employees and employers, not businesses and their clients. Im not sure putting the burden on us is the way to go, he said. In other business last Approved paying curity cameras for the jail that were purchased with a $75,000 federal grant. Mr. Cox said the new camer as would eliminate blind spots in the facility. Voted to spend some facilitys connection to its generator. The generator we have is sufficient. Its just not hooked up the right way, He said during last years Hurricane Irma the generator could not power the sally port or kitchen for some 50 hours during an outage. Authorized the pur chase of a backup water heater for the administration area of the complex Plumbing Co. There are two heaters for redundancy and one of them had cracks in maintenance fund with the funding source. Agreed to send jail maintenance manager Tim Nunn to a detention lock smith class for $1624, including motel and per diem expenses, to learn how to re pair security doors and lock. The four-day training totals doors in the facility with about half being secure doors. An existing vendor for such repairs has been ity opened in 2009 with 57 percent of those bills coming since 2016, Mr. Cox said. Hired Osceola Land & Title to provide title insur ance on the facilitys refinancing using a USDA loan cal title company was one of the lowest at about $55,500. Heard a report from Mr. Cox about inmate counts at the facility dropping slightly this month, which he said was typical during the winter months. group of U.S. Marshals prisoners were recently senassured him another batch be delivered.BAKER CORRECTIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION Locking us into a moving target is something Im not comfortable with.BCDC board member Mark Broughton THINGS TO DOMemorial Stadium, 169 W. Shuey Ave.The Wildcats continue District 5-5A play against the rival Clay Blue Devils in a rematch of last seasons Region 1-5A nals in the playos. From page 1 Quali-Built Homes, Inc. Locally owned and operatedDon Burnsed 904-408-1392 Joe Muncy 904-631-0720 Custom Homes Remodels RoofsCBC 1254669 CCC 1328486 (Licensed & Insured) Metal, Shingle & Flat Roofs Terrenia Staier, RealtorServing Baker County and Northeast Florida Cell 904-945-2488 xw904-964-5424603 E. Call Street Starke Remember a friend or loved one with a beautiful roadside memorial.A cross and a ag will be erected to honor our service members for a two week period at Veterans Day and Memorial Day.Contact Charlotte Oden prior to October 19 for information and an application at coden@nefcom.net Open Monday-Friday 9-6 SHOWROOM1458 South 6th St. | Macclenny | 653-TILE Morgan Hill Construction CABINETRY & INSTALLATION Z ALL TYPES OF FLOORING Z COUNTERTOPS Z CABINETRY & STONE Z FREE ESTIMATES Z FREE DESIGN CONSULTATION rf n ftb Rejects meal contract price hike From right: BCDC board of directors treasurer Jack Baker Jr., member Mark Broughton, chairman Ed Barber and secretary Sharon Padgett with Sheri Scotty Rhoden. 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Page 4 T B C P ursday, October 18, 2018A Florida state trooper managed to prevent a catastrophe on Interstate 10 in the early morning hours of October 10 when he forced an SUV into the median near Macclenny as it traveled westbound in the eastbound lanes. Trooper J.E. Farley said the vehicle driven by head-on with oncoming vehicles in cluding semi-trucks that took evasive action during several harrowing minutes around 4 a.m. after the situation was passed on by FHPs Jacksonville division headquarters. Trooper Farley said he paced the vehicle in the westbound lane, shouting and yelling for the driver to pull over but got no response. At one point, Mr. Walsh did look over at the troopers vehicle that was separated from the eastbound lane by a guardrail that kept him from crossing the median. The officer noticed the SUVs right front tire was missing and it was traveling on a wheel rim. He was able to cross at one point near Macclenny and after two attempts used a PIT (pursuit immobilizing technique) that involved striking the SUV with the right front of his patrol car to push it into the median. Once stopped, Trooper Farley said he approached the vehicle with his pistol drawn and noted Mr. Walsh gazed at me and dropped a mint into his mouth. The driver, who claimed he was a diabetic, was taken to Fraser Hospital where the trooper detected a strong odor of alcohol about his person. He initially refused to submit to a breath test, but then agreed to do so. His blood-alcohol level mealimit, three hours after his arrest. Trooper Farley charged Mr. Walsh with drunk driv ing, reckless driving and driving on a suspended license. In an unrelated arrest, of Macclenny late on October 11 for driving on a liHe stopped her 2000 Saturn on South Sixth Street in Macclenny for having a non-assigned license tag, and Ms. Hodges was ticket JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.comTwo commercial proper ty owners lost their bids for lower property valuations from the countys Value Adafter board members heard extensive arguments from Property Appraiser Tim Sweat supporting his value determinations for upcoming tax bills. Neither applicant US resentatives to the public hearing on October 11, but rather submitted documentation arguing for lower valuations than those assigned The property owned by CVS site at the northwest corner of Macclenny Avenue and Sixth Street. The realty company has a long-term lease with the national drug store retailer, which main tains the property and building to operate the business. Mr. Sweat said severquested from the realty company were not provided, including a copy of the lease, mortgage notes, appraisals and other records. building constructed in million, which is well below the roughly $4 million the realty company paid for it in 2016. In addition, three values ent valuation methods by in values ranging from $2.1 said. Those methods included factoring in the income the business generates annually and using sales data from similar properties else where. Our value ... is less than all three of those so we feel like were being very fair, Mr. Sweat said. The property owner, meanwhile, was basing its valuation in part on a smaller square footage that didnt include about 1100 square feet of storage space in the building thats not heated. Thats not the way its supposed to be done. They dont just lease the heated area. They lease the whole part, said Mr. Sweat. The company requested a valuation of $1 million, used for sale at prices ranging from about $2 per square foot to nearly $7 per square foot to make its case. Mr. Sweat pointed out ties the commercial property at the northeast corner terchange also has a home on it and two other properties used are much larger, zoned for agricultural use and outside downtown Macclenny. He said his valuation also lower than the values in sales of similar chain stores. They had average values of $12.65 per square foot and a median value of $11.69 per square foot. The Walgreens in Macclenny, as well as two stores in Columbia County, were used in his analysis. Mr. Sweat said the re also based on sales of stores without similar products and services as the Macclenny store, like photo processing and prescription drug sales. Theyre not comparable, said board member Patricia Weeks, who is also on the school board. They must think you flunked math. Similarly, a bank-owned home on Hickory Street in Macclenny valued at $112,792 by the property appraiser, was denied a lower valuation. was advertised for rent at $1200 per month, Mr. Sweat explained. He said the ad on Zillow.com was posted in May and taken down in June. The home was also renovated in 2017 with a new roof and other upgrades. proach method of valuation the property would be assessed at more than $150,000, Mr. Sweat said. His valuation is also less than the average sale prices of comparable homes and 2017. They averaged $174,000. Mr. Sweat said the only information sent by the bank to support its value adjustment request was an brokers opinion that stated the property was vacant. The opinion also predated the homes improvements. Im not sure we can even accept this, said value adjustment board mem ber Jimmy Anderson, who serves on the county commission as well. ... 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She had a strong odor of alcohol and remained bellig erent when told to back away from the ledge of the porch. She was taken to jail and also charged with resisting arrest. The children, ages 5 and 9, were placed in the custody of a grandmother. In other recent incidents, Simon Nettles, 19, the morning of October repeatedly kicking at two deputies as they attempted to place him in a patrol car. Deputy Thames said a report of a man lying in a ditch. He found Mr. Nettles face down and he became belligerent, refusing several requests to show his hands. The deputy said he also refused to give his name or move away from the road once he stood up. Deputy Thames said he twice struck Mr. Nettles in the face when he tensed up and refused to be handpect began kicking at him and reserve deputy J. Moreland. He continued cursing, yelling and kicking at the partition once inside the cruiser. Mr. Nettles was treated by EMS for a laceration above the eye. In other arrests for reDeputy Mitchell Wight arrested Jason Parmeley, 40, of Macclen ny after he ran from the officer the late morning of October 11 on Shuey Street in the north city. The officer said he was conducting a property check when he spotted the suspect, who he knew was wanted on a warrant for Mr. Parmeley ran across several yards and scaled a fence before he was confronted with Lt. him when he refused to get on the ground. The suspect was also charged with possession of a smoking pipe. Deputy John Murphy at her residence on Chipshot Drive the early eve were involved at a disturbance, and she was charged with resisting after she ignored multiple requests by the deputy to calm herself.Mother passed out on balcony Travels wrong way on I-10 Want a Lift? Lift Chair Headquarters KICK BACK & RELAX... it also helps you up BAKER SQUARE SHOPPING CENTERMacclenny || 259-5655 PRESS CLASSIFIEDS$7.00for 20 wordsDeadline Monday at 5:00 THE BAKER COUNT Y PRESS

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ursday, October 18, 2018 T B C P Page 5JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.comAs the City of Macclenny eyes spending more than $7 million in sewer system years, new homes and businesses will be shouldering less of the burden for expansion of the water and sewer system in the future. Last week city commissioners approved on final reading a new utility impact fee ordinance replacing existing hook-up and capacity fees totaling at least $2791 for new residences and $2600 for new businesses with lower impact fees toand sewer service, per residential unit or its equivalent for commercial properties. For example, new homes and new apartment units will be while a new motel room would be charged half and a duplex twice that Gas stations, meanwhile, would be charged 1.5 times the base rate, or $2050.50. Its way lower, explained city managfollowing the commissions action the evening of October 9. He said the total capacity of the citys water and sewer system is only about 50 percent used up today, which makes the costs for future expansion lower than they would otherwise be, particularly when depreciation is included. Theres no imminent need now and so you have to consider that how much of an impact its going to be youre setting aside for and when youve already depreciated out the value, its just a much smaller numCity commissioners adopted the new ordinance with no discussion last week, but it shows that each building designed for and occupied by one family (a single-family residence) served by the citys water and sewer system through a single service connection ter meter shall constitute one equivalent single-family residential unit, which dwelling unit with an averwater consumption of 250 gallons per day. The revised impact fees only apply to new water or sewer service, so existing residents and businesses The proceeds accumulated by ... the establishment of system capacity impact fees shall be used to defray the cost of new facilities to the extent new usage re quires the expansion or upgrade of the citys water and wastewater systems, reads the ordinance. The fees will be deposited in two trust funds one for water fees and one for sewer fees from which they can be invested. For higher-capacity customers, like new industrial development for instance, the utility impact fees will be determined using a for mula based on average daily per day. For sewer service the formula also takes into account the concentration of suspended solids in the sewage and the biochemical oxygen demand, the ordinance states. It also says an increases in demand related to changes to existing properties will trigger a recalculation of customer usage. However, no credits or refunds will be issued should there be changes that lead to a decrease in demand and thus fewer equivalent single-family residential units. City engineers from Mittauer & Associates performed an analysis of the citys projected growth and utility system needs to determine the 250 gallons per day level of service and the associated per unit cost. The study showed the new residential units and 114 new commercial or inthat will need 195,000 more residential gallons per day and 101,000 more commercial/industrial gallons per day, respectively. Since the impact fees cannot be used for repairs to the existing water and sewer system, the city anticipates using about $1.2 million from its utility fun, nearly $750,000 from the state, nearly $690,000 from the federal government and nearly $4.5 million from a state loan program to finance an overhaul the system in the next five years, shows a capital improvements plan also approved by commissioners last week. in sewer projects are ing planning and design for line replacements, lift station rehabs and replacements, main sewer line repairs and others. Another $190,000 is budgeted for ters and machinery and equipment for the water system. Fifteen thousand dollars was budgeted for playground equipment at Me morial Park and $60,000 was set aside for drainage and road resurfacing projects. In other business that evening, commissioners reappointed Alice Oswald to the Zoning Adjustment MACCLENNY CITY COMMISSION 1161A S. 6TH STREET ~ MACCLENNY ~ 259-6296 www.wellsmac.comALL WELLS AND GOOD! WERE HERE WHEN YOU NEED US...904-878-2546All you have to do is call. VOTE! WATER & SEWER IMPACT FEES COMPARISON WATER SEWER GPD VOLUMEMacclenny $154 $1213 250 Clay $340 $1845 450/311 Baldwin $420 $1035 n/a Starke $570 $1274 250 Lake City $1140 $4050 300 St. Johns $1904 $2411 350 JEA $2034 $1274 350*GPD: Gallons per dayOKs lower impact fees 334-8285 Broken Spring Replacement New Garage Door Installation & Repair Automatic Garage Opener Installation & RepairOwner: Geoffry MoranMORAN GARAGE DOOR SERVICES We repair and replace all types & brands of garage doors 24-hour RAPE CRISIS HOTLINE :904.721.7273 SUBSCRIBE & SAVE!52 weeks of news only $25 a yearDelivered to your mailbox in Baker County Call today! 259-2400T B C P

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Page 6 T B C P ursday, October 18, 2018in the state. He ran twice Suwannee County. most well-funded among the group with more than $100,000 in contributions, including $25,000 of his own cash and support from public sector unions, the agriculture industry and the state party. Hes spent nearly $67,000 in the race. Mrs. Malwitz-Jipson has amassed about $24,000 in contributions, including nearly $2000 from herself and her husband, and spent about $12,500. Her contributors include many retirees, small business owners, teachers, lawyers and environmentalists. She boasts about not taking money from political action committees or parties. Mr. Williams has raised about $7500, including from less than two dozen contributors and spent about $6500 on his campaign. Mr. Martin loaned himself about $2400 for the race and has spent some $1200. What follows are the candidates responses to several questions submitted by The Press where they stand on state issues, why theyre running and who they model themselves after politically. All but Mr. Martin responded via email. Mr. Martins responses came during a phone interview Monday. What prompted you to run? Williams over 22 years of service in the Marine Corps, I desire Jipson who asked me to run for ofthem to improve our communities in District 10. Brannandidacy as a continuation of the public service that has meant so much in my life. old, serving as a State FFA ing the state to all 67 counties, I have had a desire to serve my state and my home area. After having spent a enforcement with the U.S. Marshals Service and the ripe with our current state representative term-limiting out. Public service has always meant a lot to my family, my wife is a prosecu tor with the State Attorneys was a 21-year school teach er and principal, and I have spent a lifetime in public service and in civic service to my community. I have a footprint in the criminal justice system, I also have higher education system because of my spouse and my nearly 17 years as a GoverTrustee at Florida Gateway College and Lake City Community College. Growing up working on the family poul try, cattle and hay farm and continuing to raise cattle to this day gives me a unique insight into Floridas agricultural industry. All these things give me a footprint in education, agriculture and the criminal justice system as well as small business since I also worked in my fathers rural grocery store and I currently own and manage rental property. I have a diverse background and a proven record of civic leadership and service that gives me perspective, insight, compassion and a common sense, practical approach to life. Martin cal standards if you swear to an oath, follow it. If they dont, then they should be forms. I cant do it on the county level so Ill have to cams and school security. We can pay for it by legal izing marijuana ... rather than taxing landowners. We should legalize prostitution to help pay for homeless shelters. What sets you apart from the other District 10 general election candidates? Williams years, I have traveled all over the world and have lived in many states, which makes me more diverse in the community and political experience. Additionally, I have deep roots in the service to the community being from a family with over forty years of service. Jipsoning for years within every county, state and federal agency, with meaningful action to protect our water resources as Floridas clean, fresh water continues to diminish and the fact that District 10 contains the lands which is the high recharge for the Floridan aquifer that supplies 22 million people their fresh water needs. I recognize what needs to be done and I understand how to do it. Brannan mentioned in my response to Question 1 plus my footprint in all of the counties in this district my father is originally from Suwannee County, my mother is from Hamilton County and ty along with my service to the college in Lake City in Columbia County and my graduating from the University of Florida in Alachua County. With these ties to all of the counties in District 10, I have roots and am very familiar with every corner of this district to include its people and its resources. Martin not taking no donations. If association, youre guaranteed to submit two pieces of legislation to get passed ... I dont promise nobody nothing ... I dont need this job. How do you intend to appeal to independent, moderate voters disaected with par tisan politics? Williams to these groups because I reach out, meet, and speak to them about the issues that they are concerned with, which includes DemoI believe my military and civilian training and occupa tions contributes in having compassion and concern Sexual Assault Prevention cer & Drug & Alcohol Counselor. Additionally, Pastor, Private School Owner, and Social Worker. Jipson ment of this question. I am accessible to everyone in our District and I listen and I consider their conscience represent party politics but I do intend to reach across ground that ultimately serves the community that we all live in. Brannan legislature should be a collegial body. I dont feel that Florida currently has the partisan politics and lack of civility that we see in Washington and in national politics. I know many current state legislators and have spent at least one day a week since the primary reaching out to many other current and prospective legislators throughout the district. I believe everything is built upon relationships and Im already trying to cultivate relationships with these individuals so that legislator and leader in the Florida House. I believe this also sets me apart from my opponents. Martin the truth. If they dont like me the way I am, show it at want someone to tell them the truth, I will. What kinds of legislation would you champion as a state lawmaker? Williamsfairs, Vocational Education, Department of Children and Families. Jipson cation, safety in public places, disaster relief, land uses, sustainable development. Brannan improve infrastructure, protect our water and natural resources, and keep our good-paying jobs and quality education. I will also always be a voice for Florida agriculture. Martin eras, nitrate levels in the Okefenokee, make everyacres rather than one cow per acre. They get away with money. And anti-fracking. Who inspires you politically and why? Williams ty Commissioner, District 1, Columbia County. Although many years ago, I remember for county commissioner in Columbia County, in which and resourceful to the community and surrounding counties. He was my coach in many sports and still my number one mentor. I am thankful for him and my mother for leadership and mentorship. Jipson live within our District and our quality of life inspire me to be concerned about legislative matters. We have laws that have been drafted and some passed to protect neighborhoods, citizens and our natural resources in Florida, but they are not enforceable or not being enforced. I intend to get to the bottom of why this is occurring year after year. Brannanald Trump bold entry into the 2016 election and tenacity in emerging from come President of the Unitleader who stuck to his bemover and shaker who got things done for Florida. Martin Maybe because he is a dog just like I am. What issues are you nding of most concern to voters this cycle? Williams structure. Jipson clean water; education opportunities in public schools; development in rural areas; job availabili ty; health care options; and protection of our rights to own guns. Brannanture, water, the creation of good-paying jobs, proper local prisons. Martining national, mostly state issues water, our environment. ... Theyre afraid people will come in and pump their wells dry. Where in the state budget is the state not investing enough money and where in the state budget are they spending too much? Williams in education, environment and healthcare. Jipson We need to reinstate the Department of Community plan their land uses for sustainability. The Department of Environmental Protection and the Water Manage ment Districts need funding from the state to enforce the existing laws, improve conservation and sustainability. Per pupil in public education spending must be increased. Infrastructure for municipality clean water supply, sanitation-sewers systems, and clean energy supply. Florida has a prison pop ulation of over 100,000 people costing us upwards of $20,000 to $70,000 per prisoner with many of those arrested for drug crimes that should be handled as misdemeanors or through mental health care services. Branna enough in infrastructure and school construction/ repair/safety/teacher salaries. Spending too much in government operations. I would also like to add we should always strive to provide a top quality education system, keep in place a tax policy that keeps taxes low, and streamline permitting, licensing, and regulation for businesses to grow. Doing these things should work to improve Floridas business climate which in turn should lead to job growth and growth in the economy. Martin es are the main problem we have. If we dont do something about the water and the environment no one will be able to live here because its polluted. We need more homeless shelters, domes tic violence shelters, water management and conservation. All the corporate tax breaks should go away. They make money on the backs of people here. We have to have money to fund ride on ... you got to have taxes ... Are there any state taxes, fees or tax breaks you would support changing in the future, and if so, what are they specically and how would you like to see them changed, i.e. up, down, eliminated? Williams always be reviewed in ef forts to eliminate and/or reduce to relieve taxpayers. Furthermore, tax breaks to strengthen local businesses. Jipson credits and tax refunds, amounting to silent spend ing, need to be evaluated and accounted to understand where we could improve the State tax code. With the repeal of the intangible tax over a decade ago, revenue was lost. In the absence of an income tax, the state is heavily dependent upon sales tax, one of the most regressive taxes, for revenue. Many taxes were supplanted by fees, many of which are extremely regressive. There is a meager corporate income tax, with low rates and generous allowances for business done out of state. Florida is one of only seven states with no personal income tax, and only Texas is nearly as large. Infrastructure must be paid for this whole area requires review. Brannan to reduce or eliminate the state commercial rental/ lease tax. In your view are FL public schools adequately funded today, and if not, where would you target for more funding? Williams are under-funded, and teachers underpaid. In crease funding for special needs children. Jipson public school teachers more money to get quality educa tors for our youth. We need to spend money on getting trade programs in the sec ondary school programs. Brannan spend more money on school infrastructure, construction, repair, safety and teacher salaries. Martin for the teachers. I dont give a damn about the salaries for the school board ... Teachers are the ones that make our future brighter. If they dont teach the kids where theyre smart enough to get a job, what are you going to do? Have a bunch of people on welfare? Are there any state regulations, requirements or social programs you would like to see changed, and if so, which ones and how would like to see them changed or eliminated? Williams tank installation thats adding thousands of dollars to the cost of construction. made to reimburse the cost for residents in South Florida but excluded residents in North Florida. Medic aid program must be addressed. Jipson outfall that is a repeat offense in which a company is basically paying to pollute addressed. Property rights do not give a person the We must recognize that our supply. Mental health care services need to be accessi ble for citizens. The state is doing a good job at getting farmers grants to improve their farming techniques, although I think there is room for improvement here. Municipalities need grant programs for clean water, sewer systems and roadworks. Brannan a balanced approach and common sense regulation in all areas. We do need to get a handle on the state budget being consumed more and more by rising health/Med icaid costs. Martin with food stamps for people with a dog. If you can afford to have a dog you dont need food stamps. Environ mental regulations need to go back before Governor Scott, or even farther back. We got to get the nitrogen levels back under control. Criminal justice reform at the state and federal [level]. BAKER COUNTY ELDER ABUSE, NEGLECT AND EXPLOITATION TRAINING FINAL TRAINING Thursday, October 18 9:00 11:00 amFinal Free Training: October 18 at the Baker County Sheriffs Complex Training FacilityFree Breakfast 8:30 am Training 9 11:00 amElder abuse can happen to anyone. Learn the warning signs. A different topic is offered each month. This training will teach you how to: Identify the forms of elder abuse Identify and utilize resources in the community Recognize elder abuse when you see it, who to contact for investigation Communicate effectively with older adults who are victims of elder abuseThe Baker County Elder Abuse Training Program is supported by a grant from the Giving Forward Community Endowment Fund at The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida.To register for this free training contact: From page 1Q&A with four FL house hopefuls

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ursday, October 18, 2018 T B C P Page 7 stop in downtown Glen St. Mary on October 11 resulted in the arrest of both occu pants of a 2001 Volkswagen, one on felony drug possession charges and the driv er for failure to maintain a single lane and driving on a suspended license. Deputy Jeffrey Higginbotham said he followed the vehicle driven by Joseph weave out of its travel lane twice. A computer check license had six suspensions. When the officer questioned passenger Caleb Southward, 26, of Glen, he admitted concealing a baggie of meth and two pipes with meth residue inside his pants. Deputy Higginbotham also found a syringe in his pants pocket. Mr. Southward was booked for felony possession and misdemeanor possession of the pipes and syringe In other recent arrests, Deputy John Murphy Jacksonville with disorderly intoxication based on his condition and belligerent behavior near the scene of a disturbance early October 14 upon Mr. Nunn standing beside his Chevrolet pickup blocking one lane of the road about 2 a.m. He admitted he was part of the disturbance nearby, and spoke with slurred speech and a strong odor of alcohol. Mr. Nunn was arrested when he refused to move the truck and repeatedly insisted he would drive home despite the deputys insistence he was in no condition to do so. A warrant was issued earlier this month for the artery on an ex-girlfriend Ocand violation of probation. The suspect went to the residence of Alaina CrawGlen St. Mary early that morning, ostensibly to re turn a picture frame. He then allegedly threw the frame to the ground and snatched Ms. Crawfords phone, refusing to give it back. When she tried to get it back, Mr. McDermitt reportedly shoved her to the ground and pulled her hair while grabbing her around the arm. Deputy Justin Yingling said he observed redness and bruising consistent with Ms. Crawfords version of events. The suspect left the scene before police arrived. Middle School student was arrested on October 9 for attacking an 11-year-old girl and striking her repeatedly in the face during a confrontation before classes began that day. Gerald W. Starling, 41, of Glen St. Mary was ar rested October 16 on a felony warrant for burglary and larceny in December of last year. He and another suspect, Haley A. Davis, allegedly stole more than $2500 worth of property from a deceased womans They were observed by in a Jeep pulling a trailer with the property. Joshua D. Scott, 21, of Jacksonville was arrested October 9 for violating a sixmonth probation stemming from a drug paraphernalia possession case from July. of Glen was arrested for violation of probation on October 15. He was on a two-year probation for a February, tery case when he failed a drug screening. of Glen St. Mary was ar rested on a similar warrant October 15 for failing a drug test as well as failing to complete other terms of her probation, which stemmed from failing to report vehicle damage after an accident charge. Serving Baker County for over 39 yearsspecializing in...Real Estate Family Law Personal Injury Hugh D. Fish, Jr. J.D.Hours: Monday Friday 9 am 5 pmClosed 12-1 for lunch259-6606The 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. 15 Minutes SAVES LIVES! 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Sweat, CFABaker County Property Appraiser Makeover transforms school lobby JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR reporter@bakercountypress.comThe recently remodeled lobby at the color following the donation of more than $6000 worth of new kid-sized fur niture, lighting, decorations and more from a Jacksonville-based business with ties to the school. ness, which opted to remain anonymous, and her children attend the school. I just talked to them and they said do whatever needs to be done, said Ms. Williams during a reception to October 15, which was a teacher planning day. meeting to remodel the entranceway meeting. ... To make it more inviting, can I do. So she secured some funds, we told her our vision centered around our mission preparing a garden of children where growing and learning begin and from there she was the project manager and we were the worker bees. We all came up Saturday and Sun day. A lot of people were involved, said Ms. Jones. The volunteers included Ms. Williams coworkers, teachers and others. Heavenly Graphics of Macclenny donated new signs for the lobby as well and Pam Fish made pillows for the new furniture, they said. Methamphetamine found in swerving vehiclePurchase this photo at www.bakercountypress.com Photo by Joel AddingtonRobin Williams (left) and PreK-Kindergarten Center principal Bonnie Jones in the remodeled lobby Monday morning. Join the conversation about this weeks edition each Thursday@thebakercountypress

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Page 8 T B C P ursday, October 18, 2018 Early voting for the November 6 general election begins next week and voters will be asked to cast their preferences on a dozen proposed amendments to the Florida Constitution, but Amendremoved from the ballot after a challenge by the Florida League of Women Voters. They were successful arguing the language introducing the three issues relating to public education failed to inform voters of the chief proposals. The grouping of multiple unrelated issues into one amendment is called bundling, and several of the amendments have this feature. While upheld by the Florida Supreme Court after it was initially banned, bundling is little more than a clumsy attempt to lump issues that are less popular under the umbrella of others. And many amendments are matters best left to the Florida Legislature which, for one reason or another, has been unable to make a decision. ment, and any amendment using that technique should be rejected. Perhaps if they are turned down every time they appear on a ballot, lawmakers and the states constitutional revision committee will get the message. Many of these questions are matters that should stand or fall by legislative vote anyway. So heres a brief synopsis of the proposed amendments, along with yours trulys take on whether they merit passage. hikes the Homestead Exemption from $50,000 to $75,000 for homes with assessed value of more than $100,000 Yep retains the 10 percent annual cap on non-home steaded prop erty assessments due to expire Janu ary 1, 2019 Yep gives Floridas citizens the exclusive right by the initia tive process (grass roots petitions to put it on the ballot) to legalize casino gambling and 1994) rejected casino amendments proposed by the Legislature. Yep restores voting rights of convicted felons in Florida upon completion of all terms of their sentence including parole or probation; does not apply to murder or sexual offenses Nope they should have to wait for, say, three plete terms of sentencing. requires two-thirds majority of both House and Senate to enact new taxes or fees, or increase existing ones. Yep good government. constitutional rights for crime victims; disputes over interpretation of a law or rule, an administrative rule prevails unless its declared clearly erroneous; allows current retirement age for judges. Nope three sep arate issues bad government. death or active military killed on active duty; requires supermajority of a Board of Trustees to increase fees at a public university; estab lish in the Constitution the current structure and governance model of the Flori da College System. Nope three separate issues bad government. moved from the ballot. prohibits oil and gas exploration and extraction in coastal waters; probits vape smoking in indoor work places and allows more restrictive local ordinances. Nope two separate issues bad government. the Legislature would convene in January in even-numbered years; creates an ty and Counterterrorism Legislature to establish a abolish or alter the du. Nope bad government and creates more bureaucracy and duplicity with federal de partments. deletes from the Constitution prop erty rights prohibitions on foreign-born persons ineligible for citizenship; allows for reduced sentenc es for persons convicted of crimes before a sentencing letes from the Constitution obsolete language from the high-speed rail act repealed in 2004 Nope bad government. pro lobbying for compensation and for six years after leav. Nope banned forever from lobbying during and after they ImpressionsJim McGauley LETTERS TO THE EDITOR BAKER SOCIALIZINGBreaking down the dozen ballot amendments I agonized last week over riding out the storm here in Tallahassee or loading myself and the kids and dogs up and heading out of town, and decided on Tuesday morning to head out of town. My husband had to work, but his famiin Daytona so I contacted a boarding place there thinking I could take the dogs with us. Zoe is still pretty young and isnt used to riding in a car so she was really anxious and was making me anxious on the drive. As I started to near Jacksonville, we MacClenny to see if they had an outside area where I could stop to let the dogs out for a little while. I explained that we were on the road from Tallahassee trying to get out of Michaels path. They were so nice that I decided to ask might be happier to stay there instead of making the rest of the two-plus hour drive. They said they were welcome to stay but date. They vaccinated him and took care of them so I could concentrate on getting us to our destination safely. We left Daytona to the Macclenny Animal Hospital to pick them up, they refused to let me pay the boarding fee. They said that they were glad we were safe, and happy to help and to save my money for the cleanup, food replace ment and other things I would need to pay for when I got home. All I paid was $25 for the vaccines and they even gave them a bath before I got there for three days and it cost me a whop ping $25! The kindness of people in these situations always astounds me. As you see friends, neighbors and others struggling to recover, remember that we all have plenty to be thankful for and that a little kindness may ease their burdens, even if just a little. Glad everyone appears to be safe and glad to be home!Melody Johnson Tallahassee As a registered Demobeing portrayed as being unfamiliar with the words morals, integrity or justice (letter to the editor, October 11 edition). I consider myself to be all of these things. I do not on ones vocabulary when it comes to these areas. I certainly have not sunk lower into any sewer. It is not my mission to destroy any and all conservative thinkers. I am under the impression that this is still the United States of American and we all have the right to think and vote the way our conscience and beliefs dictate, even when others dont agree with us. To paint someones poa broad stroke of criticism does not speak well of anyone, conservative or liberal. especially those holding high federal and state government positions, could do well to take a look at their own morals, integrity and sense of justice and become more familiar with these words. In fact, both parties could stand some badly needed cleanup. This is a circus. Last I heard, the Presboth Senate and House JoAnne Smith MacclennyThankful for vets kindnessCharacterization of Dems was oensive ADD YOUR COMMUNITY CALENDAR EVENT ATbakercountypress.com

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ursday, October 18, 2018 T B C P Page 9ACROSS1. Accumulate 6. To and ____ 9. Audition tape 13. October, e.g. 14. Adams body part 15. Mountain climbers spike 16. Weasels aquatic cousin 17. Gentrys ___ to Billie Joe (1967) 18. Agitate 19. *Stanley Kubricks The ____ 21. *Ghost or ghoul 23. ____ ____ Clear Day You Can See Forever 24. Clothing joint 25. *Nighttime radar yer 28. European sea eagle 30. Not wholesale 35. In the sack 37. Popular dieters foe 39. Laundromat setting 40. Carrying bag 41. Enjoy, as in food 43. Parks on a bus 44. Made a mistake 46. In 1492, it sailed the ocean blue 47. Outback birds 48. Stadiums 50. ____pit 52. Hitherto 53. Genuecting joint 55. Feather glue 57. *She played Laurie Strode 60. *Dead one 64. Bipolar disorder phase 65. Marienbad, e.g. 67. Blind alternative 68. Give the boot 69. Breathing matter 70. Famous Bolshevik 71. London art museum 72. Owner of a Lonely Heart band 73. Not slouchingDOWN1. Andys radio partner 2. Sweater eater 3. Dead against 4. Kind of pad 5. Sacred spot 6. *Eye of newt, and toe of ____... 7. Relieve from 8. Falstaan in body 9. Christian of hautecouture 10. Evening purse 11. Lions share 12. Single 15. Kindergarteners textbook 20. Drug agents 22. ____ for the course 24. Nonprots purpose 25. *Psycho motel proprietor 26. Terminate, as in mission 27. Four prex 29. Indian atbread 31. Homemade swing seat 32. Societal breakdown of moral standards 33. October edition of Vogue, e.g. 34. Minimum 36. Ownership document 38. *____-chilling 42. Haile Selassies disciple 45. Stalins order, e.g. 49. Wheel of Fortune request 51. Equestrians seat 54. Op-ed piece 56. More raw 57. Vena ____ 58. g or cm 59. *The Vampire Chronicles author 60. *Christine and such 61. Weather ____ 62. Homers Iliad 63. Monthly due 64. Came together 66. Crusty dessert THEME: HALLOWEEN ATTENTION: ALL REGISTERED VOTERSAvoid the Election Day rush to the polls & vote at your convenienceOctober 25 November 3Daily 8:30 am 6:30 pmincluding Saturday, Oct. 27, Sunday, Oct. 28 & Saturday, Nov. 3at the Supervisor of Elections office32 N. 5th Street, Suite A, MacclennyPRECINCT/DISTRICT CHANGES Your voting precinct may or may not have changed. The county district lines have been re-drawn due to redistricting. Please be advised that Florida law provides that no person shall be permitted to vote in any election precinct or district other than the one in which the person has his or her legal residence and in which the person is registered. If you do early voting or absentee this will not affect you. If you are not sure about if your precinct has changed, contact our office. Check to see if your district has changed online here:PRIMARY ELECTIONEARLY VOTINGFor information call 259-6339 or visit www.bakerelections.comNita D. Crawford, Supervisor of Elections 259-2525 Open Sun-Sat 5:30 am-2:30 pm Wednesday :Baked or fried pork-chopsThursday:BBQ or fried ribsFriday:Fried shSunday Fried Ribs OR Meatloaf LAST WEEKS SOLUTION: JON SHUMAKE | SPORTS EDITOR sports@bakercountypress.com events. and 49 by the Lady Cats as it more than doubled Columbia also had exhibition swimmers in 14 individual events, and their ly. ished sixth and eighth, respectively. Alexus Uribe were exhibition swimmers in both events, and dredths of a second. Wainright also won the Girls 200 individual medley, clocktions. exhibition outing. exhibition. Domenick Endel, Walker and Prevatt ended the meet with The Girls 400 freestyle relay team Thornton, Croft, Slatsecond and fourth, respectively, in the Girls 200 freestyle. exhibitions. tober 16 at Suwannee. trict 2-2A meet at the Cecil Field Aquatic Center beginning at 10 a.m. The top two swimmers in each individual event and the winning relay teams automatically qualify for Novembers termined based on the next 16 best individual times among teams.Swimmers double up Clay, Columbia THE BAKER COUNT Y PRESS Ad Deadline: Monday 5:00 PM SUBMIT YOUR ...News Tips Birth Announcements Weddings Engagements & More at bakercountypress.com

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Page 10 T B C P ursday, October 18, 2018 523 North Boulevard W. | a few blocks north of Hwy. 90 in Macclennywww.calvarybaptistmacclenny.com 259-4529 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 Associate Pastor: Shane Conner Sanderson Congregational Holiness ChurchCR 127 N., Sanderson, FLSunday School 10:00 am Morning Worship 11:00 amSunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pmPastor: Oral E. Lyons 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 DINKINS NEW CONGREGATIONAL METHODIST CHURCHCR 127 N. of Sanderson Sunday School 10:00 amSunday Morning Service 11:00 am Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm Wed. Night Service 7:00 pm Pastor Bro. Timothy Alford CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP INDEPENDENT PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Located at:251 West Ohio Avenue Macclenny, FL 32063 Sunday:10:00 Sunday School/Bible Study 11:00 Morning Worship 6:00 Evening WorshipWednesday:6:00 Family Meal 7:00 Adult Service 7:00 Youth ServicesService Times...We would love to connect with you!For more information on what we do, how to contact us, or how to find our church, visit our website at: www.christianfellowshiptemple.com Connect Serve 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 MACCLENNY CHURCH OF CHRIST573 S. 5th St. 259-6059SUNDAY SERVICES Bible Study 9:45 am Fellowship 10:30 am Worship Services 11:00 amMinister Sam Kitching'A friendly church!' 380 N. Lowder Street | Macclenny259-2806 www.blackburncurryfh.com When your family experiences a time of need, let our family provide quality service at an affordable price.James M. Curry, Licensed Funeral Director Shannon M. Curry, Licensed Funeral DirectorAllen A. Crews, Funeral Associate Jack A. Blackburn, L.F.D.rfn Brian Barber, 51, of Folkston dies Jacksonville. He was born on January 10, 1967 to James Marshall and Vir was preceded in death by his father, niece Latisha Cranford and nephew Vera West (Louis) and uncles Donnie Lloyd (Nancy) and Wilson Lloyd (Tammy) of Folkston; numerous cousins and friends. The family will receive friends Friday, October 19 at p.m. The funeral service will be on Saturday, October 20 Church Cemetery.In loving memory ofMelissa Charlene Baughman12/21/1965-10/22/2007Love always,Tommy and Kids and grandchildrenMonthly giveawayThe Sanderson Chrishost its monthly free giveaway of clothing, shoes, toys, household items and furniture on Saturday, OcThe church is located five miles south of the interstate.Jacquelyn Courts, Sanderson native Center. Jacquelyn was born in Sanderson and later moved to Jacksonville where she lived most of her life before mov ing to Alabama in 2014. Survivors include son Edward Clemons (Sonya); sisters ews. Mrs. Courts was preceded in death by her parents Alred and Irene Harvey Davis, daughter Gwen Fulton and The family will have a celebration of life on Saturday, Interment was at Cedar Creek Cemetery, Sanderson.Funeral held for Catherine Granther residence. She was born in Jack late Alvin Thatcher A.T. Collins and Catherine Harrell Collins. Catherine was raised in Jacksonville and graduated from Andrew Jackson High School in 1950. After graduating high school, bard Harold Harvey. They had three amazing children and together they lovingly raised them until his passing. Catherine remarried in November of a devoted wife, loving mother and grandmother who thoroughly enjoyed spending time with her family. She enjoyed ing, sewing, cross stitching, quilting, painting ceramics and attending church. Catherine was a founding member of the Good Samaritan Church in Jacksonville, and more recently She was preceded in death by her husbands; brothers Alson-in-law Morgan Vernon Vines; sisters-in-law Jeannette Collins and Patsy Collins. Mrs. Grant is survived by her children Annette Vines of and Deryle Grant; brothers Gerald Jerry Collins of Jack sonville and David (Annette) Collins of Jacksonville, Daning, Winnifred (James) Spaulding, Martha (David) DregNC; brother-in-law Larry Johnson of NC; grandchildren, Chris (deAnna) Ashton, Erin (Garet) Dungan, Jessica (Ja ley) Harvey III, Megan (Justin) Anderson, Morgan Vines great-grandchildren. A celebration of life was be held on Friday, October 12 at 11 a.m. at Good Samaritan Church in Jacksonville with PasCreek Cemetery in Jacksonville. V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services of Jacksonville was in charge of arrangements.Bernice Harris, 85, of Brycevilleille passed away on Saturday, October Crews Eddy. She has lived in Northeast Florida most of her life and was a Mrs. Harris was preceded in death by her granddaughter Stephenie Lynn Acton and son-in-law Steven Lee Acton. She is survived by her husband of Cannon, and Cherie Acton; sister Jewand nine great-grandchildren; many other relatives and friends. The funeral service for Ms. Harris was held at 11 a.m. on Service held for Lennie Rhoden, 90 ing her house into a home for the family she loved so dearly. Every family member was special to her, and she to them. Mostly, Lennie loved being a grandmother. She was preceded in (Harold) Lorick and son David (Jack The funeral service was held on Saturday, September 22 ing. Brian Barber Catherine Grant Bernice Harris Lennie RhodenBuck Armentrout, 79, of Macclennytrout, 79, of Macclenny passed away was born in Zanesville, Ohio on March mentrout and Callie Jane Adkins Ar mentrout. He graduated from Hanover High School in Hanover, Ohio in 1957 and married his high school sweet heart and love of his life, Nancy Leah States National Guard and proudly served his country for nine years. After for many years before transferring to National Can Compainole fan and he loved being outdoors. He enjoyed huntwith them. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothOther than his loving wife of 60 years, Mr. Armen(Jan) Armentrout of Clifton Forge, VA; brother Lou (Michael) Armentrout of Palm Springs, CA; grandchildren ler and Andrew Makauskas, and Callie Armentrout; eight great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. October 15 at the First United Methodist Church with pasSociety and American Heart Association. V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services of Macclenny was in charge of arrangements. Raymond Armentrout www.bakercountypress.com

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ursday, October 18, 2018 T B C P Page 11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE NO.: 02-2018-DR-326 Jose Pedro Hernandez Rios, Petitioner, and Kimberly Ann Hernandez Rios, Respondent, _________________________/ NOTICE OF ACTION FOR PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE WITH NO DEPENDENT OR MINOR CHILD(REN) OR PROPERTY TO: Kimberly Ann Hernandez Rios LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 5863 Southern States Road, Macclenny, FL 32063 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for dissolution of marriage has been led against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Jose Pedro Hernandez Rios whose address is 5863 Southern States Road, Macclenny, FL 32063 on or before October 25, 2018 and le the original with the clerk of this court at 339 E. Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny FL 32063 before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Courts ofce. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Courts ofce notied of your current address. (You may le Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.). Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerks ofce. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated: September 21, 2018. Clerk of the Court By: Melissa Haines Deputy Clerk 9/27-10/18p IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE NO.:02-2018-CA-127 IONA FISH, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL HERRMANN and NORA THOMAS HERRMANN, his Wife, Defendants. __________________________/ NOTICE OF ACTION TO: MICHAEL HERRMANN and NORA THOMAS HERRMANN, his Wife: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Complaint in Foreclosure has been led on the following described property: A PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING 3.05 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, LY ING, BEING AND SITUATE IN NW OF NW OF BAKER COUNTY, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGIN AT THE NW CORNER OF SAID SECTION7 AND RUN N 89 DEG. 5601E, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION 7, A DISTANCE OF 199.61 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DEG. 4328 WEST A DISTANCE OF 666.41 FEET; THENCE RUN S 89 DEG. 50 10 W A DISTANCE OF 199.76 FEET TO THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 7; THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEG. 44 E, CONTINUING ALONG SAID WEST LINE OF SECTION 7, A DISTANCE OF 666.75 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. SUBJECT TO A 30 FOOT ROAD EASEMENT OVER, ACROSS AND ALONG THE SOUTH 30 FEET THEREOF. You are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to the action on the Petitioners Attorney whose name and address is HUGH D. FISH, JR., at P.O. Box 531, Macclenny, Florida 32063, on or before November 5, 2018 and le the original with the Clerk of Court, either before service on the petitioners attor ney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a Final Judgment upon Complaint in Foreclosure will be entered in the referenced case. WITNESS my hand and Seal of this Court on this 4th day of October, 2018. Stacie D. Harvey As Clerk of the Court By: Tina Carrington Deputy Clerk Hugh D. Fish, Jr. P.O. Box 531 Macclenny, FL 32063 (904)259-6606 hughsh@setel.net 10/18-10/25c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE NO.:02-2018-CA-128 IONA FISH, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL HERRMANN and NORA THOMAS HERRMANN, his Wife, Defendants. _________________________/ NOTICE OF ACTION TO: MICHAEL HERRMANN and NORA THOMAS HERRMANN, his Wife: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Complaint in Foreclosure has been led on the following described property: A PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING 3.05 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, LY ING, BEING AND SITUATE IN NW OF NW OF BAKER COUNTY, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE NW CORNER OF SAID SECTION 7 AND RUN N 89 DEG. 56 E, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION 7, A DISTANCE OF 199.61 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED PARCEL OF LAND: THENCE CONTINUE RUNNING N 89 DEG. 56 E, CONTINUING ALONG SAID NORTH LINE OF SECTION 7, A DISTANCE OF 199.60 FEET; THENCE RUN S 00 DEG. 42 43 W, A DISTANCE OF 666.06 FEET; THENCE RUN S 89 DEG. 50 W A DISTANCE OF 199.75 FEET; THENCE RUN N 00 DEG. 43 E A DISTANCE OF 666.41 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. SUBJECT TO A 30 FOOT ROAD EASEMENT OVER, ACROSS AND ALONG THE SOUTH 30 FEET THEREOF. You are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to the action on the Petitioners Attorney whose name and address is HUGH D. FISH, JR., at P.O. Box 531, Macclenny, Florida 32063, on or before November 5, 2018, and le the original with the Clerk of Court, either before service on the petitioners attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a Final Judgment upon Complaint in Foreclosure will be entered in the refer enced case. WITNESS my hand and Seal of this Court on this 4th day of October, 2018. Stacie D. Harvey As Clerk of the Court By: Tina Carrington Deputy Clerk Hugh D. Fish, Jr. P.O. Box 531 Macclenny, FL 32063 (904)259-6606 hughsh@setel.net 10/18-10/25c CITIZENS OF MACCLENNY PLEASE TAKE NOTICE at the regular meeting of the City Council on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 6:00 oclock P.M. at City Hall, 118 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida, the City of Macclenny will consider the below Ordinance for nal reading: ORDINANCE 19-01 OF THE CITY OF MACCLENNY, FLORIDA AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENT TO UPDATE THE FIVE-YEAR SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICT WITH OTHER ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Anyone having an interest in the nal reading of this Ordinance is invited to attend the meeting. 10/18c Higginbothams Towing & Recovery Inc. 7611 West Mt. Vernon St. Glen St. Mary, FL 32040 The following vehicle will be sold at public auction on November 2, 2018 at 10:00 am at Higginbothams Towing & Recovery 7611 West Mt. Vernon St., Glen St. Mary, FL 32040: 1995 Chevrolet Van VIN# 1GBEG25KOSF176039 1996 Saturn SL1 VIN#1G8ZG5283TZ248501 2011 Honda Accord VIN#1HGCP2F33BA124980 2004 Dodge Neon VIN# 1B3ES56CO4D570529 10/18c LEGAL NOTICES Sanderson Christian Revival CenterSUNDAY, OCTOBER 21st2pm-4pmGAMES FOOD CAKE WALK BOUNCE HOUSE CUPCAKE WALK FOR KIDS14302 Sapp Rd. Glen St. Mary FALL FESTIVAL Everything is FREE! Sanderson Congregational Holiness ChurchCR 127 North Sandersonat 6:00 pmwithTHE SHEPHERDSAnointed gospel singing family.Come out and see how God ministers in song! GOSPEL SING In loving memory ofJames Addison11/5/91-10/17/17 Never forgottenYoull never be forgotmy heart, your light will always shine; a glowing ember never stilled throughout the end of future brings, or what that you will walk with So rest, my angel, be at peace LOVE, MOM Coach Bob Reynolds dies at 79 of Macclenny passed away on OctoMichigan to the late Shelby James High School. He was an all-state athlete and lettered in football, baseball state records in football. He attended FSU and graduated with a bachelors degree in education, and went on to Ole Miss where he obthen returned to Florida and began his teaching and coaching careers. He started at his alma mater, Fletcher High School where he shared his knowledge and passion for community as recreational director for several years. system where he was an athletic director until his retirement. During his coaching career, he coached womens softball, basketball and volleyball. He gravitated towards the womens sports because he wanted the privilege of FL; nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; sisChristina Monds of Glen St. Mary. terment was at Woodlawn Cemetery in Macclenny. In lieu the American Cancer Society, which he supported in honor of his beloved wife.Memorial Saturday for Mr. Shookclenny passed away on Thursday, OcEd to all who knew him, Mr. Shook Fighting Cocks, after 20 years of honorable service. He had been a resident his children and grandchildren and riding in the woods with his beloved terrier Patches. Mr. Shook was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 46 years, Patricia Clara Lorraine Horbak and Jenny Lanza. He is survived by Coast, FL; sisters-in-law Linda Lee Turnage Culpepper of Mongaup Valley, NY; grandchildren Samantha Lloyd Fillyaw of Lamore, CA; four great-grandchildren; many nieces, nephews, other family members and friends. A memorial service with full military honors will be held Funeral chapel in Macclenny with Pastor David Thomas Friday service for Terry SparkmanTerrell Terry Lee Sparkman, 64, of Lake City passed away October 15, Florida in Gainesville. He was born Franklin Sparkman and Laura Lou McDonald Sparkman and grew up in County High School. He married the an amazing family. Twenty-two years ago, Terry moved to Lake City where he was self-employed and enjoyed his profession. When not working, Terry ball coach and mentor in Macclenny for many years. He was witty, fun-loving and had a great sense of humor. Most of all, Terry loved his family and was an amazing husband, father and Papa. Terry was predeceased by his parents and son, Dean Waters. Other than his loving wife of Lake City, Mr. Sparkman is survived by children David Waters, Lee (Stacy) Sparkman (Debbie) Sparkman of Macclenny; sisters Wanda Jean and Deborah Ann (Joey) Crawford, both of Macclenny; brothchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. A celebration of Terrys life will be held at noon on Friday, October 19 at V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services chapThe family will receive friends on Friday one hour before the service. Pam Underwood, 59, of MacclennyPamela Sue Underwood, 59, of Macside in Jacksonville after an extended illness. She was born on November 11, the late Charles Taladay II and Esther Delaney. She moved to Jacksonville in the auto parts industry at Morans Auto Parts and Napa Auto Parts in Macclenny. She loved riding motorcycles, especially Harleys. She also enjoyed laying out by the pool and going to the beach, and she loved her two dogs, Jesabelle and Harley D. Most importantly, she loved spending time with her family. She was preceded in death by both parents. Mrs. Underwood is survived by her husband of nearly Taladay, both of Ford City, PA. A funeral to honor the life of Mrs. Underwood was held neral Home in Macclenny. Robert Reynolds Edgar Shook Terrell Sparkman Pamela Underwood Fall Festival a fall festival on Saturday, October 20 starting at 4 p.m. It will featukre food, games and rides every one welcome.4-H fall kicko event October 23 ny Avenue. the Ag Center) and families can drop by as they please and choose to stay for games. 4-H will provide light refreshments while supplies last. New and continuing members will be able to enroll for the new 4-H year. Shaina Spann, the 4-H Agent and club leaders will be there to meet families and talk with them about the 4-H profamilies to find out about the opportunities 4-H has to offer youth. There are many project areas for youth to explore from clogging to livestock and just about everything in between. florida.4honline.com and pay the $20 membership fee, for shipfees/ 4-H is a world-wide community of youth learning citizenship, leadership and life skills as they learn about a variety of subjects that interest them through project work. year and not graduated high school) and is sponsored by the ship with the University of Florida, IFAS (Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences) and the USDA (United States De partment of Agriculture). If you are interested in more information about 4-H please Press Ad Deadline: Monday 5:00 PM ADD YOUR COMMUNITY EVENT TO THE ONLINE CALENDAR ATbakercountypress.com PRESS CLASSIFIEDS$7.00for 20 wordsDeadline Monday at 5:00 THE BAKER COUNT Y PRESS

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Page 12 T B C P ursday, October 18, 2018 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 other wise 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 clen ny, FL 32063. We can not assume responsibility for accuracy 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 agency for whom it was pub lish ed, then that party as sumes full payment respon sibility. The Baker County Press reserves the right to refuse adver tising or any oth er mate ri al which in the opinion of the publisher does not meet standards of publication. FOR SALE Cow hay, $32 a roll, 904-5090379. 9/27-10/18p Zero turn mower, Gravely, HD60, excellent condition, just serviced, $4000 OBO. Knight 50 caliber muzzle loader with scope, $400. 904653-1403. 10/11-11/1p Plant sale: Flowering and landscape plants, also fruit trees and grasses, fall mums, and more. Located at Lowder Street next to P & R Electric across from Heritage Park, Macclenny. Saturdays 9:00 am 4:00 pm. Sands Farms, 904303-1501. 10/11-11/15C Sawmills from only $4397. Make & save money with your own bandmill. Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship! Free Info/ dvd: www.NorwoodSawmills.com 1-800-567-0404 Ext.300N 10/18p MISCELLANEOUS Alterations: basic hemming, zipper repair, and basic alterations, next day service on some items. Marva Williams, 904-868-8604, 904-2752770. 5/17-11/8p Gwens Handyman Service, for all your home repair needs, free estimates. Give us a call at 904-2599128 or 904-397-3400. 10/11-10/18p Yardman for hire: trim hedges, clean ower beds. Contact Evelyn Tanner, 904-259-7564, 904-3210370. 10/18p Notice to patients of Dr. Patricia Jones at Dopson Family Medical Center in Macclenny, Florida. Dr. Jones is no longer practicing medicine at Dopson Family Medical Center. Patients who had Dr. Patricia Jones as their physician may continue to be seen by other physicians at the Dopson Family Medical Center. Those patients who wish to use physicians not associated with Dopson Family Medical Center, can obtain copies of their medical records by contacting Medical Records at the telephone number 904-259-7815 ext. 2308 and ext. 2333 during normal business hours Monday through Friday or visiting Dopson Family Medical Center at 159 N Third Street, Macclenny, FL 32063. All medical records of patients of Dr. Patricia Jones will be available for a period of ve years at Dopson Family. 10/18-11/8c Lung Cancer? And Age 60+? You And Your Family May Be Entitled To Signicant Cash Award. Call 855259-0557 for Information. No Risk. No Money Out Of Pocket. 10/18p We install 6 seamless gutters, pressure washing. 259-7335. 8/11tfc Alcoholics Anonymous meetings Monday Saturday. Call Jared at 386-288-2374. ANIMALS Dogs: all types from puppies to adults. Animal Control, $65 adoption fees will apply. Call 259-6786. 11/20tfc HELP WANTED Notice to readers: The newspaper often publishes classied advertising on subjects like work-at-home, weight loss products, health products. While the newspaper uses reasonable discretion in deciding on publication of such ads, it takes no re sponsibility 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 find out how to spot fraudulent solic itations. Remember: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The Baker County Press Full-time oil change and tire technician, experience helpful. Apply in person at Jimmys Auto Repair, 959 West Macclenny Avenue, Monday Friday, 8:00 am 6:00 pm, Drug Free Workplace. 10/4-10/25c Immediate openings for entry and experienced level of Project Engineers; Senior and Assist Project Managers. Competitive salary with full benets. Voted best place to work in Jacksonville in 2018. www. petticoatschmitt.com 904-7510888. 9/27-11/15p The New River Public Library Cooperative is now hiring a CHILDRENS LIBRARY OUTREACH ASSISTANT to prepare and provide storytime programs to local preschools and day care centers using company outreach van. Minimum HS graduate with valid Florida drivers license and clean driving record. Thorough knowledge of computer operation, internet, and experience working with children preferred. $11.50/hr, 20 hrs/week, Mon Fri, 8am-1pm. Benets include paid vacation time and sick leave, paid holidays, and FRS contributions. Valid FL drivers license and clean driving record required. EOE, drug-free workplace, background checks performed, veter ans preference. Apply in person at New River Public Library Cooperative, 110 N. Lake Ave, Lake Butler M-F 8am-4pm. 9/27-10/11p Full-Time Fireghter: The Baker County Board of County Commissioners will be accepting applications for the position of full-time reghter. This position consists of entry level reghting duties of a varied nature under the direction of a superior ofcer. This is a 40hour week position with a salary of $30,000 annually. The position will remain posted until it is lled. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of the various types of re hazards of the County; knowledge and skill in the use of emergency medical treatment practices; and knowledge of reghting techniques, policies, procedures and practices. This applicant must possess the ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions; ability to perform prolonged and arduous work under adverse conditions; and ability to work at heights. The ideal candidate will be skilled in the use and maintenance of reghting equipment. Minimum Qualications: Applicant must have a high school diploma or possession of an acceptable equivalency diploma (GED), completion of minimum standards as required by the State of Florida. Must possess a Florida Certication as a Fireghter and a Class D Non-Commercial Florida Drivers License. Must possess a valid Florida EMT certication. Applicant will be required to pass a background check, pre-employment physical and drug screen. Applications may be obtained from Baker County Human Resources, County Administration Ofce, 55 North 3rd Street, Macclenny, FL 32063. For a complete job description please visit www.bakercounty.org/jobs Baker County is a drug free workplace and an equal oppor tunity employer. All applicants are considered for all positions without regard to age, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital or Veteran status, medical condition or disability, or any other legally protected reason. 10/11-10/18c Aviation Grads work with JetBlue, United, Delta and others. Start here with hands on training for FAA cer tication. Financial aid if qualied. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 888-242-2649. 10/18p Macclenny Nursing & Rehab is seeking RNs & LPNs full/part time. Day and Night shifts available. CNAs full/part time. Shifts available for 3-11 and 11-7. New wage scale! Must pass a criminal background check! Apply in person at 755 South 5th Street, Macclenny or call 904259-4873 or email Masdc@southernltc.com. Sign on bonus for CNAs. EE/AA/Employer/M/F/V/D. 11/16tfc HELP WANTED-Accepting applications for electrician and AC duct installer. Must have experience and valid drivers license. Apply in per son at Dependable located at 203 E. Macclenny Avenue. 904-259-6546 or submit application on our website at dependableacandelectric.com. 1/21tfc Experienced painters needed. Peacock Painting. Call 904-2595877. 2/21tfc Wayne Frier Macclenny. Looking for service repair man. Mobile Homes. Vehicle/Drivers License required. Jared, 904-259-4663, jm_martin23@yahoo.com. 1/18tfc Wayne Frier Macclenny. Need T&T Contractors. Mud / Paint / Trim. Jar ed, 904-259-4663, jm_martin23@ yahoo.com. 1/18tfc BUSINESS OPP. 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 advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination, call HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll free telephone number for the impaired is 1-800-927-9275. 9.3 acres of land with pond for sale, mostly cleared. Text or call Paul Fuentez, realtor with Florida Homes Realty, 904-553-1494. 10/18-11/8p Lot for sale: 11366 Deerwood Circle, Macclenny. $2500/down, $410/month. 904-609-6184. 10/18tfc House for sale by owner, 3 BR, brick, on dead end street, 12 x 22 shed in back, 24 x 36 carport, large patio, very private, backs up to woods, in small subdivision, $150,000. For more information call, 904-408-1598 or email: teadaa@hotmail.com. 10/18p Final Liquidation Closeout. Originally sold for: $85,900. Liquidation price: $29,900. Well established luxury lake community. Watch video: www.LakeLotsCloseout.com 1-877-712-3650. Florida Water front Marketing, LLC. Licensed real estate broker. 10/18p Wayne Frier Macclenny, I buy land. Cash paid immediately. Call 904-259-4663. 3/9tfc FOR RENT 3 BR, 2 BA MH, 11017 North County Road 229, Sanderson. $2250/ total move-in, $750/month. Call, 904-609-6184. 10/18tfc Union County. 3 BR, 2 BA, 1 year old house for rent on private 3 acre parcel, one year lease minimum, credit check required, $1150/security deposit plus rst months rent, $1150/month. 904-966-9372 or 904-966-1328. 10/18-10/25p 3 BR, 2 BA, $660/month, rst/last/ security deposit. 912-843-8118. 5/17tfc 4 Lot for rent. Ready for a mobile home. Call 904-259-6735. 2/9tfc COMMERCIAL FR Ofce space on US 90, near the courthouse, $535/deposit, $535/ month. 904-259-6546, 904-7593818. 6/21tfc Commercial ofce or retail space, 1800 sq. ft., CH/A, new paint and ooring, rent well below market value, no rst/last required. 904259-6271, 904-591-8200. 1/18tfc MOBILE HOMES No money down! Use your land. 3 BR, $399/month. 4 BR, $499/ month. waynefriermacclenny.com 904-259-4663. 10/18-11/8c 3 BR, 2 BA homes starting at $38,900. Includes delivery, set-up, skirting, central heat/air conditioning. Call Pat 904-225-0884. 8/19tfc Lot model sale! $1000 in free fur niture included. Huge 4 bedroom. $79,900. Many homes to choose from, waynefriermacclenny.com 904-259-4663. 10/18-11/8c Brand new 2018, 2 BR home. $37,900 with free thermal windows. waynefriermacclenny.com 904-259-4663. 10/18-11/8c I BUY USED MOBILE HOMES$$ CASH PAID $$IMMEDIATELY904.259.4663 NOW AVAILABLE 1 and 2 BedroomsBaldwin GroveAPARTMENTS 904-266-4070T.T.D. 1-800-955-8771US 90 E., right on Yellow Water Rd., right on Rainer Rd., go to RENTAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED APPLICANTSThis institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, 8:00 am 2:00 pm, 7761 Aunt Mary Harvey Road, Glen St. Mary. Cleaned out 90 year old house, lots of new collectibles in the box, make great gifts, miscellaneous items. Friday, 8:00 am ?, 28 Martha Drive, Macclenny. Clothes, toys, shoes, etc. Friday, 8:00 am 3:00 pm, 4275 Hickory Street, Macclenny. Coke memorabilia, beer steins, clothing, and much more. Friday & Saturday, 8:00 am 1:00 pm, 211 West Michigan Avenue, Macclenny. Furniture, weight bench, and much more. Friday & Saturday, 9:00 am ?, 3717 Raintree Drive, Macclenny. Moving sale. LV Hiers/Stone TransportNow accepting applications for Class A or B driverswith hazmat CDLApply in person at253 East Florida Avenue, Macclenny Or call 904-259-2314 500 DOLLARS & DEEDis all you need to move into your new Manufactured & Modular HomeCALL PAT 904-225-0884 500 DOLLARS & DEEDis all you need to move into your new Manufactured & Modular HomeCALL PAT800-414-2130 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY SKILLED MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR Responsible for the daily repairs and preventative maintenance of the building mechanical, electrical and related systems. Provides varied skill work at this level in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, heating, air conditioning and general maintenance. Requires High School graduate or equivalent and seven years of experience in facilities operations. Computer literate desirable. Knowledge and skill of standard practices, methods, materials, tools and equipment used in general maintenance, carpentry, plumbing, electrical maintenance and air conditioning. Knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions required in general maintenance work. Ability to read blueprints, sketches, or drawings. Ability to make accurate estimates of time and materials. Ability to read and write English. SALARY: APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open Until Filled Position details and applications available online at: www.fgc.edu or visit Human Resources Florida Gateway College 149 S.E. College Place Lake City, FL 32025-2007 Phone (386) 754-4314 Fax (386) 754-4814 Email: human.resources@fgc.eduFGC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education and Employment JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR sports@bakercountypress.com country team had one new personal record set on Ocenth Annual Amelia Island Pirate Invitational. best time he set a week earlier with a personal record onds at the invitational. Jacob Echols once again led which earned him 57th out of 71 runners at the FernanJuan Torres clocked a chael Davis ran a time of Cassie Turner was the lone Lady Cat competitor. The team will return to the same course on Octomeet. The top 15 runners for both boys and girls will meet, scheduled for NovemJacksonvilles westside. least one runner compete at the regional meet every year We are continuing practices in hopes of a few qualwrote in an email on October 15.Brown sets his best time

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ursday, October 18, 2018 T B C P Page 13 REMODELS REPAIRS ADDITIONSPorches, Decks & More Custom New Home Construction Cypress Home Builders, Inc. Jody Paul Thrift904-591-26402/10tfcGATEWAY PEST CONTROL, INC.All Types Of Pest Control Call Eston, Shannon, Dean or Chris Ask About Our Termite Control904-259-38086/26tfcB&W TREE & LAND SERVICESFull Line Of Tree And Land Services: Removal Trimming Clearing Pond Digging Bulldozer Loader Bucket Truck & More! 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The Ofce Mart 110 South Fifth Street259-3737 5/19tfcBARNWOOD CONSTRUCTIONFraming Pole Barns Decks Trim Hardie Board Siding Wood Flooring Keith Muse 904-305-2701 10/18-12/6pJON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR sports@bakercountypress.com County Touchdown Clubs Pee Wee Division championship. They played their best game of the year tonight, head coach Jeremy Lee said. They had fun and thats what its all about. The Panthers joined the Middle Divisions Titans and Senior Divisions Falcons as Touchdown Club champions. The Titans and Falcons both went undefeated during the regular season to claim the titles, while the Panthers and Packers split their games, which resulted in the rubber match for the championship. They came back after the loss last week and wanted to win, coach Lee said. The Panthers rushed for more than 200 yards in the game, including scorgan and 17 and 5 yards by Lee. After trailing 21-0 at halftime, the third quarter. Nate Welch scored on a 2-yard run midway through the period run earlier in the drive. ensuing drive to put the game out of run a few plays later. The Touchdown Club will now turn its attention to the all-star games scheduled for November in Waycross, GA. Each division will be represented by a team of 16-17 players, said president PHOTO COURTESY OF NA TH A N WELCH Baker County Touchdown Club Middle Division champions Titans. PHOTO BY JON SHUM A KE Roberto Barragan runs for a touchdown. PHOTO BY JON SHUM A KE The Panthers celebrate winning the Pee Wee championship.Panthers run away with BCTC titleJON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR sports@bakercountypress.com playing for the Northeast Florida Athletic Conference champisure the newcomers would have to wait a season before claiming the thrown. nals at Memorial Stadium. bury which fell in a dramatic 41-40 outcome to Oakleaf on bury. Gavin Cooks 44-yard punt return touchdown after the Tornasession. The game wasnt tied for long, though. ter. The Tornadoes totaled 261 rushing yards and were led by Thompsons 115 yards and Jametrious Pringles 100 yards. Quarterback DaeJon Shanks threw two touchdown passes of 2 and 19 yards to Chalil Cummings. Their second scoring connection, during which Shanks was under heavy pressure plays later, and Jaylin Maidens 2-point conversion cut the said. Im proud of that. PHOTO BY DEBBIE PELH A M Camron Smith tries to avoid being dragged to the turf.B-Cats fall in the conference semisJON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR sports@bakercountypress.com Youth Wildcats were undefeated in their three games at Jacksonvilles CYAA on Oclar-season game. cured the No. 4 seed in the Jacksonville AYF Football and Cheer Conference playMarlin Givens, Peyton Jones touchdowns, and Givens returned an interception for a touchdown in the second half. The teams third straight win improved its record to run 12 plays the whole game as each play seemed to result ton in an email on October 16. ... They will be playing in the er to be decided this coming week. victories were much more competitive. The 10U Cats capped son record by grinding out a 12-7 victory. Trenton Newand Jaden Mosley and Chase Phillips all worked hard for every yard they mustered, No big plays in this game just hard-nosed football, he explained. The team will play the No. later this month. also enters the playoffs as the No. 1 seed after improvscored behind an offensive line led by Landon Lauramore, Christopher Fraze and Jueron Northington. Phillip Jackson, who has 15 sacks this season, led the defense. Other great plays were put in by ... Tyshawn Alford, wrote. The Youth Wildcats, in cluding the 6U squad, have advance to the conference championship games a week later, which will also be held There are several games scheduled for Saturday that will have an impact on who wrote. 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ursday, October 18, 2018 T B C P Page 14JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR sports@bakercountypress.comference with only one return wasnt supposed to have much of a chance against the five-time defending Northeast Florida Athletic Confer ence champion Lakeside. strong serving and long rallies to shock the status quo on October 15, sweeping the Lady Gators 25-22, 25-19 for the conference championship. Very excited about that, la Lauramore said on Tuesthat Ive been coaching this is the toughest conference volleyball-wise that weve faced. ... The girls fought. They never gave up. They really battled the whole game, she later added. ... It was an exciting game. The fans were re ally loud and into it. And we shocked them. It was a surprise, and it was a good surprise. returning player led the her serve, according to coach Lauramore. The coach said the quick lead stunned Lake side. You could see Lakeside kind of went in panic mode. They were surprised, coach Lauramore said. ... We were digging everything, continuing the rally until Lakeside made a mistake. Lot of hustle, lot of good serving and a lot of long rallies. players were new to the program, including two sixth graders. Many of those players are expected to make the jump next season to the A-Team, which is losing all but three players to high school. The thing you look at is thats your feeding program for your A group, coach Lauramore said. ... Were looking forward to those coming in and being successful and taking their spots. A-Team falls short of title match couldnt maintain its strong start on October 12 in the to Green Cove Springs. Martins serving helped the ladies build a 14-4 first-set server recorded six service ed. Then we started having some problems and making some mistakes, and we just shut down, coach Lauramore said. The nerves got to us and the pressure got to us and we shut down. With just three seventh graders on the 11-player roster, most of the team will be making the jump to the coach Lauramore said the throughout the season. This was a really good group, strong group. They learned. They worked hard, gressed from where we were at the beginning of the year. ... I think theres some that will when they get over there next year.JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR sports@bakercountypress.com one win away from setting program history once again. A victory over the Clay third straight District 5-5A championship, which would ever won three consecutive district titles. If we win this one its clinched. Its over. Nobody can catch us in the district, head said Monday. You got to be excited as a playof kids to ever win three in a row here. hold the head-to-head tiebreaker over both Menen dez and Orange Park after handing both teams their only district losses of the season thus far. Menendez and Orange Park would both stay alive in the district title race with wins on Friday and a to secure the district championship Friday night at Memorial Stadium, where the Cats have a 17-2 record during his tenure. For us to be in this moment right now and to have a chance at it as a kid and as a player I cant think of anything better than that, he said. We got a home game left. It would be a lot better to sew it up here than have to go week. enter Fridays game following last week, which snapped their four-game losing streak. Clays uncharacteristically down year a loss to the Cats season in more than a decade has featured three losses by a combined 10 points, including a one-point defeat to Orange Park and two-point loss to Menendez. Over the last 10 years theyve been the cream of the crop of public school teams along with St. Augustine, would love nothing more than to ruin our perfect district season this year. Despite its poor record, sistent with the rushing attack its fielded in recent points per game, according to its MaxPreps page. Freshman AlQuerious six touchdowns) and senior sive attack. Senior Spencer tal scores 10 rushing and three receiving to lead the team. Youre going to get a downhill, power run game said. ... Were going to get the same medicine. We got to be able to stand up to it for four quarters because thats what theyre going to do for four quarters power run game. has allowed at least this season, including twice giving up 49 points. The defense has also allowed rushing outputs of has been its strength through much of the year. The Cats have allowed an average of and havent given up more than 21 points in any game this season. Follow this sports editor on Twitter @JonBCPress for live updates from the district its conclusion for a quick re cap of the action, and read next weeks newspaper for BCHS VS. CLAYOctober 19 M 7 p.m.at Memorial Stadium Macclenny, FLA win away from three-peat Photo courtesy of Angela LauramoreThe BCMS Lady Bobcat volleyball B-Team poses with the Northeast Florida Athletic Conference trophy.Lady Bobcats capture the conference titleJON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR sports@bakercountypress.com television set up on the sidelines after coming off the players around the TV and reviewed the plays that hap pened just moments before, and made real-time adjustments based on the footage they saw. The quick in-game adjustments were made possible by that keeps track of both game video and important information from each play. the system since its opening game this season, joining numerous other high school football programs implementing similar technology itive edge. If you watch the boys, a lot of them will come over on the sideline every series, said Daryl Mobley, who sets up the equipment with and two students. They want to correct the problem. Its a great coaching tool. They immediately see what they did wrong and they can go correct it, Hite said. Its instant coaching. I think it saves the coaches a whole lot of time. Developed by Shane Lincke, who also created the SmartCop system used by gram uses point-to-point nanostations to transmit the information from the booth to the sideline. No internet is needed for the program to work. Videos take about eight seconds to download onto the laptop on the sidelines, ates a full play list and categorizes the plays based on teams. The program also keeps track of the quarter, down and distance, yards gained or lost and the play number. coaches to zoom in and draw over videos, and also has a blackboard feature to draw new plays on the sideline. Offensive coordinator Josh Jacobson has an iPad with the same playback features he uses when coaching ers said the program is useful, especially after big plays. If they hit us on a big play, or if we hit a big play on offense that we like, we can go seconds theyve got the play ready, he said. ... Its an awesome program. ... If you it helps you and gives you an advantage, why not do it? helps the Cats upload their videos to Hudl, which is a website for players and teams to post videos of their games. The information from the laptop it all gets saved down to our server into the booth, Hite explained. From the server we upload the actual exported video all queued up and organized and everything according to the spreadsheet its all tied together gets uploaded to Hudl. with Lincke earlier this year when Lincke did a demonstration of SmartCop at the the two started talking about 2017 Class 5A championship and he mentioned the video replay systems used by other schools. When we got to talking about the equipment he started laughing. He said all that equipment was mine, Mobley said. And Lincke, whose son plays football for Pace, gives away the program for free to high school teams. He actually wrote the program and he actually gives it away to high schools for free, said Mobley. He spent over 100 grand on what would work. It doesnt do any good to have a vid eo replay system that dont work. The laptops and computer equipment needed to run the program were all already in use at the high school and boosters donated the televiThe equipment takes about a half-hour to set up prior to games, but Mobley hopes to have that time down to about 15 minutes by the end of the season. Its pretty stinking awesome we think. Its been super beneficial. Its only had minor hiccups here or super nice. PHOTO BY JUD JOHNSON Coach Scott McDonald uses Smart Video Replay to review game footage with the oense. Replay program helps Cats make in-game adjustments Photo courtesy of Bob GerardSisters qualify for nationalsMacclennys Diane Wells, the head of the BCHS guidance department, and her sister Christine Booras both quali fied for the 2019 National Se nior Games in Albuquerque, New Mexico after winning their archery competitions on September 26 at the Georgia Golden Olympics in Warner Robins. Wells was a gold med alist in recurved bow, which is the style of archery used in bow hunting, after taking up the sport less than three years ago. Booras won the bare bow, which is the traditional style of archery. Both women competed in the National Se nior Games last year, and the 2019 edition is scheduled for June. Hundreds of athletes 50 years of age or older compete in a variety of events at the Senior Games, including jav elin, basketball, cycling, table tennis and track and field.

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ursday, October 18, 2018 T B C P Page 15JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR sports@bakercountypress.com time, a tied score turned into a three-possession blowout in favor of Scooby Graham rushed for 151 yards and two touchdowns, including the go-ahead score with 21 secthe only unbeaten team in District 5-5A competition. only have to win one of their remaining two District 5-5A games October 19 against Clay and October 26 at gram history. If we win districts its guaranteed We need to play every game like we play district games, and I think were going to get there before the end of the year. Orange Park (5-2, 2-1) to 161 total yards less than half of its season average recorded two sacks by forced four turnovers on downs. Hancocks fourth-down sack ulchance to take the lead and set up the teams go-ahead scoring drive. The Countys 40 yard line with the score the line and tripped Vinney Walker Jr. for a 10-yard loss, giving the Cats Thats probably the biggest possession of the game where we stopped them and Chase made that said. I had a blitz inside and I came rush out and I tipped his foot. I bare ly got him but it was something else. I was so excited because I knew it was a big turn for the game. there. Grahams go-ahead 4-yard score capped an 11-play drive in which the Cats chewed up nearly all of the remaining time in the second quarter. and fourth-and-1 situations during Graham added a second score on of the second half, running 10 yards nearly untouched into the end zone. The other night our kids were playing extremely hard, head coach can line up and run the ball when everybody knows youre going to run the ball its tough to beat you. We were able to run the ball good the other night. Scooby got rolling right before halftime and then right after halftime he kind of took over. for 270 yards, including 60 yards by 20 from Jaquan Paige. passes for 75 yards, two touchdowns en also found Chris Smith on a 40yard third-quarter bomb to pad the cushion following Grahams second scoring run. Those two balls were beautiful. gers said. ... The best games hes played this year have been the district games. on two of their three red-zone trips. Their only scoring drive started at ing a poor snap on a punt attempt. Walker tied the score at 7-all with an scoreboard for the rest of the game, even after Orange Park drove inside the second quarter. Walkers 60yard pass to Terrance Johnson and Alex Colliers 22-yard rush helped and-goal. strong. short and kept the score even. Its always big when you dont have to come from behind. We havent played from behind great this guys like to have the lead and let the defense pin their ears back and go. The game was pushed back 24 hours after school cancellations due to Hurricane Michael were scheduled to have ty miss three days of practice. Coach neither he nor Orange Park head coach Tom MacPherson were comfortable with playing the game on Friday under those conditions. It set it back, but we came out Thursday and Friday and busted our The contest was further delayed in the third quarter due to a concusHe remained down following a short run, and his knees and head rested on the turf as he was tested for a possible neck injury. Collier was placed in a neck brace and strapped to a backboard, and Orange Park to huddle around him as medical personnel be in as many seasons, the Cats control their own district title destiny entering the Our ultimate goal, the very out every year, is to win the district cham pionship, coach ourself in a great spot for that. 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