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roads housing
ANGELA DAUGHTRY
GARRETT PELICAN News-Leader
News Leader
Low and moderate-income city resResidents on the West Side will idents in substandard housing will soon
sodn find their commutes running be able to take advantage of a new
more smoothly, thanks to a pledge housing assistance program that was
from the Florida Department of approved by city commissioners at
Transportation to fdrid nearly $6 mil- their March 20 meeting.
lion in localtroaid improvements. The city was awarded $700,000 by
Four local road projects have been the Florida, Small Cities Community
added to; FDOTs five-year work pro- Development Block Grant, or CDBG
gramin, Nassau C6urity Commissioner program, which will be used to update
Danny Leeper said, cementing an exist- local homes to state Housing Quality
ing partnership between thp depart- Standards.
meit and county staff. Rehabilitation components may
The announcement drew applause include structural, electrical, plumbfrom tlib6se in attpndance at a com- ing, roofing and heating systems; winmission meetinglaitweek:.' dows; insulation; kitchen cabinets;
"We're always happy when DOT major appliances; addition of extra bedworks with us, especially on these rooms; weatherization; handicap accestypes of projects that will benefit both sibility; green elements; and exterior
us and DOT," said county Public Works painting.
Director Scott Herring. "... We're going The amount of funds available for'
to have a resurfacing of Jasmine Street individual houses will depend on the
coming up in the next fiscal year with amount of violations of state Housing
money from (the Department .of Quality Standards, but no rehabilitaTransportation), so we're extremely tion will exceed $59,500 of CDBG funds
ecstatic that they'll provide us some TEDGRIFFIN/FORTHIINEWS-LEADER unless approved by the city CDBG
funds that will allow us to stretch our This beautiful sunset photograph was taken Saturday from the Amelia River waterfront after a day coordinator. county dollars even further." of rain. This splendid scene is what makes visitors and locals alike appreciate Fernandina. Homeowners who qualify for the
Starting in 2014,FlDOT will resur- grant will be required to sign a mortface 9.3 milesof CR 121 extending gage and promissory note for the cost
from Addish Lane toAndrews Road of the rehabilitation work. The
west of Callahan, at a cost of more than Deferred Payment Loan will be
$1.5 million. The department has allo- a secured by a lien on the property. The
cated $900,000 to pave 1.5 miles of the loan will b forgivenin a 10-year perinow-dirt Crawford Road south of od but others must comply with speCallahan, stretching from CR 121 to cific terms of the loan.
Old Alabama Trail, said Leeper. ANGELA DAUGHTRY following eventsin April and May to commeorat th Homeowners' insurance is also
And-in 2014, FDOTpledged nearly News-Leader annivefsayi.Dates are still tentative. r required prior to finishing any reha.$14 mi1l$nto pave- 9A' file From Aprlf 27-29 (Friday through S4 bilitationiwork, and must be maintained
Crawford Rjoad, linking Old Alabama This month and next, the city of Fernandina Beach French Navy schooners and crew willisit the for the term of the loan. Trailto SR200 and US 301. The depart- will be commemorating the first ofthe island's eight flags Fernandina Harb6r Marina as they travel along the If the cost of rehabilitating a house mentwill fund a $1.8 million resurfac- in a 450th anniversary celebration of the arrival of the southeast coast of the United States. More than 50 exceeds 50 percent of the assessed ing of CR 115, specifically a 9.1-mile French in Northeast Flor:ida in 1562. French sailorswill be staying in Fernandina Beach over value of the property, the house is elistretch from Henry Smith Road in Jean Ribault, a French Huguenot naval officer and the weekend. gible for demolition and replacement.
Hilliard to Bypass Road, giving the Old explorer, larded on Amelia Island in 1562, naming it "Isle On Sunday, April 29 the Isle de Mai 'P6tanque To be eligible, houses must be sinDixie Highway a long-awaited facelift: de Mai" and claiming it for France. During that voyage Tournament will be held at the downtown waterfront in gle-family, owner-occupied, stick-built
Commissioner Barry Hollowayr said Ribualt also established an outpost on Parris Island in honor of the arrival of the French. or modular and participants must be
the paving projects og Crawford Road South Carolina. Ribault also helped establish a settlement On Tuesday, May 1 the city commission will rec- very low income (30 percent of medihave been needed for years, but they at Fort Caroline in Jacksonville, which is considered the ognize the anniversary by renaming a pocket park in an income), low income (50 percent are critical needs from a public safety first French colony in the United States. hodor of Jean Ribault. Dedication of the park by Mayor of median income) or moderate income standpoint. In 1565, Spanish Admiral Pedro Mendendez de Aviles Arlene Filkoff will be held May 19. (80 percent of median income).
"Well, the Crawford Road exten- captured Fort Caroline and began to establish St. On Friday, May 18 the Amelia Island Museum of. Priority will be given in order of sion is a dedicated evacuation route Augustine. The Spanish soon after killed Ribault and 350 History will sponsor a lecture on the history of the participants who are very-low income of his officers in a massacre. disabled heads of. households; those
ROADS Continued on 3A Fernandina Beach and community are sponsoring the' FRENCH Continued on 3A
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A helicopter from Canan
Aviators takes passengers on a s
demonstration flight Sunday
from the Cook property at the
south end of the city marina. GARRETT PELICAN
The city Planning & Appeals Ndws Leader
Board asked for the demonstration to determine the Nassau County Commissioners,
noise level of the helicopter concluding that some returns on their
operation. Dan Simard, owner investments are better than none at
of Canan Aviators of NeW all, adopted unanimously a measure
Smyrna Beach, has requested adding a short-sale policy to the counchanges in the land ty's State Housing Initiative Program.
Development Code to allow for The policy adopted March 21 aims
excursion flights from the to relieve program-assisted homeproperty north over the owners, whose homes are in danger of
Amelia River. The PAB will foreclosure, while rdcouping money
discuss his request again on from the short sales that the county
April 11 at 5 p.m. at City Hall, could not collect otherwise, said
204 Ash St.
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2A WEDNESDAY. APRIL 4. 2012 NEWS News-Leader


OBITUARIES 'Positive hip-hop'

Richard James Allen Margaret & Carlton will Mattie Mabel Marshall daughters Lorita Thigpen and d
receive friends at Orchard Hills (Herring). Beverly Tison at her bedside.
Richard James Allen, 88, Church of the Holy Spirt, locat- 'Me sixth of eight children, Lora married Readick W. d wt w a
passed away on Sunday, April 1, ed at 6032 Cloverdale Rd., she is preceded in dAth by her Turner on April 23, 1939, who d y
in Roanoke, Virginia aftei an Roanoke, VA, 24019 today, soul mate of over 69 years, preceded her in death on March Historic downtown Fernanextended illness. Wednesday, April 4 from 6-8pm. Marion Luther'feaster, her par- 23,1992. dina Beach will be. rocking
"Jim" was born March 24, A private family service will be ents, brothers, Lee Bryant, She was a homemaker Friday night with featured hip1924, in Spokane, Washington held in Fernandina Beach, FL. Homer, Abb Willie, Sr., Jessie known for her cooking, sewing, hop artist, Orlino Esquerra. As to Roy and Edna Allen. He had In lieu of flowers, please con- Walter Marshall, Jr., and sisters gardening and her love of tur- a special treat, students from an older sister and brother, the sider a contribution in Jim's Neily Pearl Houser (Marshall) tles. Her dedication to family is the Bean School of Dance will late Jane Thompson and Tex name to: St. Francis of Assisi and Mell Marshall, son-in-law, paratnount. She helped her hus- perform hip-hop dance to Allen. The love of his life was Service Dog Foundation, 8232 John Robert Lovell, Sr. and band in his plumbing business Esquerra's lead song. Prepare Frances Stewart Allen and over Enon Drive, Roanoke, Virginia grandson, John Robert Lovell, in Jackson-ville and Ynentored to be moved by his-mix of hip- Al
the years they lived in Ohio, 24019 or to Gentle Shepherd Jr. her son in his company, Dave, hop and rap with a dash of
Washington, Utah, Nebraska, Hospice, 6045'Peters Creek She is survived by her sister, Turner Plumbing in Nassau- gospel, rock and reggae. Oregon, Missouri, and Virginia. Road, Roanoke, Virginia Mattie May Thigpen, her chil- County. The free Sounds on Ceintre
But down deep, Jim had 24019. dren, Martin Glenn Teaster, Lora is survived by three concert, presented by the
become a true "snow-bird", call- Simpson FuneralHome & Marshall Wayne- Teaster and children, David (Judith) Turner, Historic Fernandina Business ing Fernandina Beach, FL Crematory Tammi'Lovell (Teaster), nine Lorita Thigpen and Beverly Association, will take place
"home". Roanoke. Va. grandchildren and seven great- (Carl) Tison; 12 grandchildren; from 6-8 p.m. on Centre Street
After graduating from High grandchildren. 30 great-grandchildren; 26 between Second and Front
School, Jim was drafted into the Anthony J. Clare Born -into hardship, the great-great-grandchildren, with streets.
US Army/Air Corps, serving daughter of share-cropping number 27 to be born in Hip-hop gets a bad rap SUBMIT=ED
as a flight mechanic in the Anthony Joseph Clare, age farmers in the Mississippi Delta, September. sometimes, because people Orlino Esquerra's hip-hoo
Pacific Theater of WWlI. He 88, of.Jacksonville, FL entered her early years were marked As the last survivor of think it's all about rough lan- music promotes the benewould often tell amazing adven- into rest on March 22, 2012. by privation that began her life- Randal and Emily Knight guage and crude behavior, fits of living a drug-, alcoture stories of his time in the Tony was born in Rochester, long search, for a peaceful spir- Crews' family she left to be Now hip-hop and rap have hol- and crime-free life. Philippines, New Guinea, and New York, Nov. 14, 1923. He it and respite from life's mourned by many cousins, moved from a young, mostly the island of Kirawina. Later, was a proud, strong, loving and vagaries. She and her family left nieces, nephews and friends., urban, experience to small he wrote a detailed memoir of nurturing husband, father, lov- Mississippi for. Jacksonville in Funeral services will be at towns all over the world. feet wet in the music industry. his experiences in the War. ing grandparent and friend. He 1939. Here she met a young 12:00 noon today, Wednesday, Esquerra, a "Jacksonville I like to share my experience Returning safely to the US, he is survived by his wife of 65 Mississippi April4, 2012atthe Pines Baptist homeboy,"writes and per- and I'm also working on my
graduated from the University years, Marie; his children, Joan soldier,, and Churchof Garden City, on Lei forms. music with a healthy 10th album, Divine
of Washington with a B.S. in Berrey (Ron),Jimn. (Yon), John began a great Turner Road, in Jacksonville, message. He pronlotes the Intervention."
Civil Engineering. He was (Christirie Schub),Jane Skelton love story, FL. benefits of livingla drug-, alco- Service to others and living
employed by the Leo A. Daly (Wayne), Jean DeLuca that in truth Mrs. Turner will be laid to hol-, and crime-free life. With a clean lifestyle is important to
Company and while working in (Michael), Jack, Jeff, and Jerry never ended, resVwith her husband in so many bands promoting neg- the other members in
GA, took a weekend trip to (Sharon). In addition, there are even With his Riverside "Memorial Park, ativity and suggestive lyrics, Esquerra's band. When perFernandina Beach where he seventeen grandchildren and passing. They Jacksonville. Pallbearers are her this band doesn't have to com- forming in concert Esquerra
met future wife Frances. five great-grandchildren. were married grandsons and great grandsons., promise to get its point across. is the lead vocalist and works
Happily married in 1953i they Tony served, in the U.S. in April 1942 and she, as many Her : family will receive Esquerra's life echoes the turntables; Jody Williams later had one daughter; Army during WW2, both as a other American women did, friends at the church today from many contemporary, young plays the drums; Edwin Powell Margaret Allen Courtney, who surveyor and language trans- worked ip industry to free men 11:00am until the hour of serv- people -, devastated by is the guitarist; and Tod Martin is employed as a Music lator, 'being part of the for the war effort and prayed ice. divorced parents, raised by a plays the cohunes (a drum
Educator with Botetourt Normandy Invasion and the for her husband's safe return. 'The family extends thanks single mother, dropped out of shaped like a box) and the harCounty Public Schools. Battle of the Bulge. After grad- After the: war, they raised to daughter-in-law Kristi Turner his beloved Terry Parker High monica.
Jim left the Daly Company uating from Cornell University their family'ih Jacksonville and and granddaughters Heather ,School football team to help With their uplifting mesin the early 70's and bought a with a qivil engineering degree, shared life's triumphs and Jackson and Kaylan Towers as support and raise the family sage,. Esquerra and his band land-surveying business in he began his career with the 'tragedies. She was a constant in well as caregiver Terry Gilley Soon after, with money in his members have played in many Fernandina Beach. After being U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, our lives,.a goodwife and moth- for their support. Thank you to 'pocket an4' no adult supervi- churches and boost concerts his own boss 'for nearly a in Jacksonville, achieving the er, the consummate home- the staff of Baptist Nassau of sion,.Esquerra was off to the for the Duval County Sheriffs decade, hethen returned to position of Chief Construction maker. In the mid 1960's they Fei-nandina Beach, Quality races with partying, drugs and STUD (Stop Teenager Civil Engineering, accepting a Engineer for the SE.District of built the home they shared for Health of Fernandina Beach alcohol. Underage Drinking) program,
position with Fluor, in Saudi the U.S. After retiring from the 48 yeafsi achieving a common and Community Hospice for As many troubled youths, drug rehabilitation concerts at Arabia In 1977,he returned to Corps, fie began new careers dream' of the Great' their care and compassion. A Esquerra tried to run away. Hope Haven 'and this the US and spent the rest of his as: a court-appointed Mediator, Depression's children. special thanks to Hospice Nurse from himself. He didn't feel November's Blessed Festival career planning, developing, a JEA Energy Conservation Appropriately, she peacefully Sue Murphy, Psychosocial comfortable in his own skin in Jacksonville. Theone theme and engineering Kings Bay Consultant, and aToastmasters departed this life in the home Specialist David Penrod and. and the substance abuse is to promote responsible, Nuclear Submarine Base. member earning numerous she and her husband built Chaplin Grant Wheeler who seemed to make life tolerable. clean.living.
Retiring in 1990 from the Civil awards for public speaking. He together; passing as she slept. helped Lora tremendously Suddenly it was 15 years later The Historic Fernandina Service, Jim and wife Frances also secured his real estate bro- She is with those gone before' these last eight months. and he saw dozens of his Business Association and 2012 enjoyed traveling together and ker's license and started his her now and those of us who In lieu of flowers donations friends dying from drugs and SOC ChairMadeline Richard spending time with family and real estate company, Clare Real remain, look forward to being may be made in her memory alcohol. Esquerra realized that "thanks the two. ieadline spondear friends. Four years ago, Estate. reunited in life's next realm. to Quality Health Care, 1625 this lifestyle was no way to live. sors: Florida Public Utilities
they moved to Roanoke to be Of the many occasions of Funeral services will be held Lime Street, Fernandina Beach, He decided he'wanted to make and Rayonier/TerraPointe. We closer to Margaret and son-in- helping others, one of the most at 11:00 a.m. today, Wednegday, 'Florida 32.034; Community a difference in people's lives, appreciate our other'sponsors law, Carlton Courtney. noteworthy was the fact that April 4, in the Stephens Chapel Hospice, 5450 Ramona Esquerra cleaned up his act. Amelia Island Graphics, Together, they lived at the he was a Scoutmaster of Boy at Green Pine Funeral Home Boulevard, Jacksonville, Florida. Always a music lover, Citrona Homes, Coca-Cola, Roanoke United Methodist Scout Troop 106 in Jacksonville. with the Reverend Frank 32205; or to the Hazel Hamilton Esquerra remembers writing Crab Trap/Amelia Hotel, Doo Home before moving., o Ie.w so~rg~.o el to, Camarotti officiating. Thefam- ,Scholarship Fund, 85214 his first song on a trip to the ,Wo.p'sBest50sDinerCafethe dferitus @ RidW'Wddd rWi )a '6o t M'dered k. ily'will receive visitors at 10:00 Blackmon Road, Yulee, Florida Florida Keys. "I wanted to write 'Gre'at'Harvest BretdCom-'
Gardens in Salem:. Afterr, hinma second father:.Tony gave- 'am.,todayuntil the time of serv- -3209;',z' : "-"-:," music t inspire people. To pany, Hamptorh'lf h&.Sultes, Frances' death in September of and received love and respect to ice. Interment will follow in the Please share her life story at encourage young people, not to the Kirouac Group, the News2011, Jim moved to Emeritus all he knew. family burial estate at Green www.oxleyheard.com. do what I did," said Esquerra. Leader, P5 Productions,
@ Roanoke. A private military service Pine Cemetery. Oxley-Heard FuneralDirectors "I wanted to be a positive influ- Pablo's Grill &,Cantina, Palace
He was a well-rounded man was held at Jacksonville Pallbearers are Mordaunt ence through revealing truth in Saloon, Rebos Travel and Rick
who could fix ANYTHING, col- National Cemetery on April 2, B. Platt, Bryant Thigpen, Fred my songs. I'm happy to report Keffer Dodge.Chrysler Jeep."
lected coins passionately, avid- 2012. Barnes, Bill Kearney, Dan Knab DEAH NOTICES people respect me now. I did For a schedule of Sounds
ly played Bridge,.enjoyed chal- The family wishes to extend and John Itak. rejoin the football team and on Centre bands this season,
lenging puzzles, told hilarious a warm thank you. for all For more information and Norman D. Spires, age graduated, served in the U.S. check out SoundsOr6Centre.
jokes and stories, and played thoughts and prayers. to sign Mrs. Teaster's online 70, formerly of Yulee, died on Navy and started my own indie com. For information contact
hard with his. grand-dogs, In lieu of flowers, memorial register book, please visit the March 29, 2012. A memorial record label. I help up-and-com- Madeline Richard at 688-089
Monty & Ali. He also had a contributions may be made to: Green Pine website at_ service was held at' 4 p.m. ing musicians/artists get their, or Mady@GoMady.com. helpful heart, assisting friends Women's Help Center, a min- www.greenpinefuneral.com. Saturday, March 31 in the & relatives with household' istry of the Catholic Diocese of Green Pine Funeral Home Stephens Chapel at Green Pine maintenance, generously giv- StAugustine, 4209 University Funeral Home.
ing and helping others finan- Blvd. S.,Jacksonville, FL32216 Lora Luvinia Green Pine FuneralHome De
cially, and donating his time or Lewy Body Dementia Crews Turner James Barry Sellers Jr.,
and services to Habitat For Association, 912 Killian Hills age'46, of.Amelia Island died c lres
Humanity in Fernandina Road S.W., Lilburn, Ga. 30047, Born April 5, 1919 to Randal onApril 3, 2012. Funeral servBeach, FL. or a charity of your choice. and Emily Knight Crews' in icei will beheld from thegraveJim is survived by his their home in Jacksonville side in Bosque Bello Cemetery
daughter Margaret, and son-in- Mary Mosellet Florida. She waste last of their on Tursday, April 5 at 11 aim., n eC D r l a s
'law, Carlton Courtney. Tester ten children. with Pastor Daryl Bellar of The
Margaret wishes to give spe- She. died 'Journey Church officiating. A Karl W Davis will release Davis will head back to
cial thanks to Gentle Shepherd Mary Moselle Teaster on March 31, memorial service will beheld his latest CD, "A Storm Is A France this summer with longHospice and to Emeritus @ (Marshall) departed this life on 2012 at the on Tuesday, April .10 at Comin," at a party Friday time accompanist and writing
Roanoke staff. To Marcia espe- March 31, 2012 and now enjoys age of 92 in Ingleside Baptist Church in night at the Dog Star Tavern, partne; Jim Barcaro to procially... Jim would be sograteful the peace of spirit she sought the home of Macon, Ga., with Dr Timothy 10 N.. Second St., Fernandina mote their new release and to
for the comfort you gave him her entire earthly life. She was her son McCoy, pastor, officiating. The Beach. 'compose and perform songs
and his family as his life came born in Kilmichael, Mississippi David with he time will be announced.' The'CD is a continuation of with the 850-member Urban
to closure, of Jessie Walter Marshall, and ', and her 'Oxley-Hear4 FuneralDire ctors the France-Fernandina musi- Voices. Choir in Nantes,
cal exchange Davis initiated France.
"r_______________0MP_ 11 years ago. 'For moire information
[ M NUEN The high level of musi- about the CD release party
D O' L I TRN bFOUIN cianship and a fertile creative and the Urban Voices Choir
,,ul N F.U TIRatmosphere led to acritically visit reverbnation.com/karle n A v r 'I r uOMN acclaimed album, "Karl W. wdavis and leadinternation~L 1. I w I IL~277-4499 Davis and The Milkmen," and al.fr. Join the Dog Star Tavern
______________________________________________________ 1~ ~a one-year tour of Europe and and Davis on facebook. Call
I~cSerl ounemet y "lteNea-Lad 1 &flaicthe U.S. east coast. Dog Star,at 277-8010.

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CITY Continued from 1A Short-salrequremetS ROADS Continued from 1A I "d... ....
over 62 years old- those with for the county as you go kind of northwest 1 froCtirryLane/Addison Laneto
large families (five o ore); When SHIP-assisted proper owners are financially dis- from 301 to 121 into Georgia on there," he rCR fomCuyadn and those with small families tressed and can no longer afford to pay their first mortgage, a said. "It's something that sorely needs to b Andre ad resurfacing short sale will -he authorized based upon the following criteria: Fical Year: 2013/14
(four or less). done. It'll help traffic, it'll help fire rescue, and
Applicants will be accept- 1) At the time of closing, the first mortgage lender must reim- it'll help police, instead of having to go all the Tot al: ,654,356 ed for a minimum of 12 lays burse to Nassau County a percentage of the balance owed on wa R o 1 d iy down to Bryceville and all the way up to ii
after a display ad is published the county's second mortgage as determined by the following River Road to make that turn. This will go a S c: S R Ac ogrm
in the newspaper announc- chart: long way to ease traffic congestion for peo- Cou Road *om staOld AlabamaTrail to
ing the availability of grant Years owned: y Amount due: ple in the county. Plus it'll help us with an SRa 2o/ d fr1 Oledw road m onstructiln
funds. They will be required, Purchase date through year 3... 30 percent of balance evacuation route." to give financial information Years 4-7 ................. -20 percent of balance Because of Nassau County's size and Fsca4WYar 2014/15
about themselves and their Years 8-10.. ...............- 10 percent of balance rural nature, it was eligible for state funding Total: $1,382,827
hbouehod thbe eliible )Theeller of0 te Se percent rece rug e FDt's Slgbl out oad Length: 94 miles
household to be eligible. 2) The seller of the SHIP assistedproperty shall not receive through FDOT's Small County Road e: SCOP (Small County Outreach Program
A Citizen's Advisory rask any money from the short sale transaction. .7 .: Assistance Program (SCRAP). The county Sor
Force will review applications 3) The Office of Management & Budget must review and received assistance through the Small Crawford Road ft.m CR 121 to Old Alabama
and recommend eligible approve the HUD Settlement Statement prior to the short sale County Outreach Program, or SCOP, due Tril -n.ew road construction
applicants to the city com- closing. to CR 121's function as an evacuation route Fi : 2013/14
mission for approval. 4) Upon receipt of the short sale ieimbursement, the coun- for residents. 1,17
Accordingto Community ty shall waive all rights to file future judgments for deficiency Leeper commended Herring and public Lnt 1 .5 ile...........
Sourc, ;., :
Development Director against the SHIP homeowner -. works staff for their diligence in getting the CR i15'(Od Dixe Highway) from Henry
MaNassau County's been rewrde wit Rtae Office-rsufa
Marshall McCrary, the pro- 5) Upon receipt of the short sale reimbursement theOfe projects on FDOT's radar. .ad
gram should be open to res- of Managmn I ugtsalstsf hscn o "Nassau County's been rewarded with Smi:i i; 2 /i5. ith yps Road!i ::i:.:):! resurfac i. :
grmshud eopntors- o Mngement & Budget shall satisfy the second mortgage Fsa er 041
idents around the beginning subsidy. some great projects and I want to recognize : Yi:r;! i:4...
of the summer. 6)Theshort sale reimbursement shall be depositedinto the county staff, Mr. Herring for all his assistance ientL:. i .il .. .,
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FPU cuts mortgage on the property. FRENCH for museum members. For include "Chopin in Paris" on
Continued from ]A According to county records, information call Alex at 261- May 18, "French Impressions"
for Commission Chair Stacy these loans can be forgiven after Continued from 1A 7378, ext. 102. on May 19, "Songs on a
trees or' Johnson.. 10 years. French in the region. .0 From May 18-27, the Summer Night" on May 25
"We were looking at a situa- "We get a lot of calls of real- The lecture ,by Judy Amelia Island Chamber Music and "French Cabaret" on May a s tion where we were either going, tors asking, 'What can we do?'" Peacock, a history professor Festival will sponsor Un 27. Fortickets and schedules,
fl to get something, a portion of it, Jones said of the concerns that at Florida State College at Voyage Musical Francais, a and for more information, call
and they were going to be prompted the policy change. Jacksonville, will be held at the series of concerts showcasing 261-1779 or visit www.aicmf.
trailers a eto save the house from 'There's been so many that until museum, 233 S. Third St., at 5 French-inspired music, as part com.
going into foreclosure and allow, there's-a policy, there's nothing p.m. Admission is $10 and free of this year's festival. Concerts adaughry@fbnewsleader.com for a short sale," said Johnson. Ilcan do. I can just say, 'Sit and
ANGELA DAUGHTRY "Or it was just going to go into wait until your house goes into
News-Leader foreclosur and the county gets foreclosure because I can't help
nothing anyway." you. I don't have a legal method Good for
Florida Pubic Utilities has Johnson said the county, tohelpyou."'
cut 18 pine trees around the under a tiered system created Commissioner Steve Kelley1 1
property it recently pur- by Offie of Management and asked how many SHIP recipi- 00
chased at the city airport to Budget Director ShaneaJones,. ents the county had, and. how 5
allow for compressed natural receives a percentage of the pro- many were in danger of fore- gas trailers, according to ceeds from each short sale 'closure and in position to be & Off Program Feel
northeast division general based on the number of years solo short. manager Mark Cutshaw. homeowners haveparticipated Jones said there were less
Cutshaw said the tube in the program. than 50, but more than 10 recip- G wlcoupon
trailers are being brought in "In 10 years, the loafs com- ients of SHIP assistance in by Marlin Gas of New Port pletely forgiven and nothing's Nassau. Of those, currently .xp''et 4/30/12
Richey to provide natural gas owed," Johnson said. "So if the. three homes are poised for BvIerac hi. ....
for commercial users along short sale was in the first, let's short sales, Johnson added. /,. -I. .
Sadler Road. FPU has been say, three years 'or five years, Even though SHIP is -. Brand.:New Diets!'.
laying pipeline in the city for there's a difference in the per- defunct, Jones said any monies several months, but. will not centage that was owed back to the county receives through the L38 be linked to outside gas the county." short sales must be funneled.
pipelines until next year, Jones told commissioners back into a housing assistance
Cutshaw said. Nassau County's short sale pol- trust. N F B.
Natural gas will eventual- icy wouldn't be Florida's first. "All program income has to
ly be available for both com- "We're patterning our pro- come back into a separate fund, n & Sp lm n
mercial and residential cus- posed policy here on one in use the local affordalile housing tomers, Cutshaw said, but he in Palm Beach County," County trust fund, and we still have to L W
did not know if it would be Attorney David Hallman said. follow the same SHIP rules for available to everyone or any Nassau's extension of the the spending of program The Area's W ight Loss
potential costs of h9oking up. state-funded progr-am provides income just like we do on
Two tube trailers provided homeowners in need with down interest earned, on our money Mca.
by Marlin Gas will be parked payment and closing cost assis- in the bank," she said. Medical W eight
at FPU's section of property lance in the. form of a deferred gpelicant/bnewsleader.com P r .
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have a rottenn egg" smell
added to it for leak detection. brass, batteries,
Cutshaw said FPU got to Centre Street starters, aluminum, !(A,.E: 1 :
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Fernandina Beach to remove S electric- motors, etc.
any trees necessary to General household,
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A "fresh, cold salad bar" awaits diners at Murray's Island Grille on Sadler Road. The buffet also offers local favorites such as Southern fried chicken, said general manager Jay Stricker.


Familiar favories, value prices Beano Roberts watches as crews drape strings of lights on a tree on Centre Street
GARRFTT PELICAN enjoy a host of new items, venue but the newly opened
News-Leader always prepared f'esh. The restaurant bears little resemvariety his menu offers is blance to its predecessors. a sti
Whether you're a Nassau unparalleled, added Murray. ratingg in the diner's trapCounty native looking for the "We've got a good reputa- pings for hardwood floors and Beano Roberts is trying to interested under some of the larger trees
familiar taste of Southern cook- tion for our chicken and qual- a dark wood interior, Murray's brighten up downtown towns and are supposed to cost less to
ing or a visitor to Amelia Island ity food," he said. "We have d6cor leaves guests with a nau- Fernandina Beach on his own. people. illuminate. However, the pursearching for a fresh meal, some really great items we tidal feel. Roberts, a former city c6m- City com- chase and installation of the
Murray's Island Grille has got have a 20-ounce porterhouse The proprietors pride them- missioner and one-time direc- i missioners ground lights cost the city
you covered, that you can't find anywhere selves orl their restaurant's tor of the chamber of com- probably $54,000.
The folks at Murray's aim else. And then the fresh, cold fafhily-friendly nature. By offer- merce here, is paying regret taking This is analogous to focusto fill your family's bellies with- salad bar to boot. It's a huge. ink a $10 buffet day and night, hundreds of his own dollars to down the ing on a smoldering bonfire as out taking a bite out of your variety." a to-go buffet, a banquet room hang lights on two trees along popular the forest burns around you.
wallet, and they want each Murray hasn't forgotten the that seats as many as 45 people Centre Street. Under Roberts' S 'Ve's lights, aemrfter City commissioners have
guest to leave with a souvenir sweet-tooth crowd either. He along with space next door for. direction, city workers draped embraced deficit spending for
smile. said an in-house pastry chef 175 seats to accommodate strings of lights on a pair of AIAUET has caused. the last three years, blowing
"From the beverage time prepares desserts fresh every large parties, Murray's aims trees near the Fifth Street PLACE The contro- money on skeptical projects until they get the check, and day, including angel food cake, to please. intersection last week. __... versial vote such as this.
the great dinner they've had key lime pie, cheesecake and Stricker touts a friendly Like a lot of residents, last year to The ground lighting is
in between, we want them to pecan pie, to name a few. staff, great food at ai afford- Roberts'opposed the removal Steve Nicklas remove the hardly noticeable. City offifeel like they're getting a good "And a strawberry short- able price and a prime loca- of the original tree lights. 'he lights was 3- cials even re moved bulbs
value," said Jay Stricker, the' cake station every (lay," he tion on Sadler Road near the twinkling lights were placed in 2, with former commissioners from the tall, metal streetrestaurant's general manager. added. beach. 'We're a value-driven, some 18 trees in downtown as Susan Steger and Eric lights to help showcase the
Stricker said the restaurant, Adding to the menu's faniily restaurant," he said. part of a revitalization project Childers voting to do it, along ground lighting, and have conwhich opened Jan. 31, caters to appeal, Murray's now boasts a "And we feel like we've got a in the late 1970s, and had with existing commissioner tinued to bungle efforts to reits guests by offering local breakfast offering as well, good formula for long-term been there since. Tim Poynter. Two other cur- light the-town.
favorites and comfort foods. which guests have received success." At the time, the bold proj- rent commissioners'-Jeffrey Roberts has been blinded
Owner Mitch Murray said Well, said Murray. Murray's Island Grille, 2709 ect earned accolades around Bunch and Arlene Filkoff with such ineptitude. He
regulars to Callahan Fried "You can order from the Sadler Road, Fernandina the state and received cover- opposed the replacement of hopes that other'residents will
Chicken and Murray'.sGrille in ... i.qbWiJ- pti.11 a.m., but wvei Beaph is open Monday-Thurs- age in'maj6r magazines such I the tree lights with infereol w ,,. and cip:i with
Yulee, local eateries ownedby. .kep a.buih onhe baru Lifil day,1I a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday '1 as Southr giving aid Good- J ground lighting . ..i .... 'donations -to.force.the city's
his family, will recognize their 2 p.m.," he said. "So it'll behalf a.mM10 p:m.; Saturday 7 a.m.- Housekeeping. The article in The intent for removing hand in replacing the charmfavorites Southern fried lunch, half breakfast out 10 p.m.; and Sunday 7 a.m.-8 Good Housekeeping alone gen- the lights was to save money. ing tree lights. While city. chicken (an old family recipe), there." p.m. Call 261-8080. erated 4,000 inquiries from The new ground lights placed officials have questioned if
sirloin tips and crab soup -and Muri'ay's lies in a familiar gpelican@ybnewsleader.com they can afford new lights,
theyjust borrowed $1.8 million and have uncertain plans
.95for it.
The cost for the lights is
about $300 to $400 per tree.
oRoberts chose the particular bulbs he is using by recommendation of thepriginal
Aft r$10 Rebale architect of the downtown
revitalization, David Brewster.
FeU: Robertshad contacted
FUEL ER PACKAGE great New Styles Brewster after the city's string
U ytL of poor decisions.
Oilo Chfan g a Arrved Strictly by chance, BrewBrake Inspection Island next month. Roberts
THEKARMA intends to give the renowned
B tts & Hoses Check -nei a tour of 'the city
Filter Check ofessy~ndcmotespecially at night to see how
tekofers gyro od 01nfrt dark the streets are without
Tire Rotation without (ompropsilng the tree lights.
Brewster will be able to
Battery Test oily asped of yoga-chic "look at what has been accomplished here in last couple
Fuid Top-Off _d years," Roberts says. "It's
Mut-on nseto d embarrassingn" If nothing
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Winners in lean times As gas prices increase,
Recently our Jacksonville she wanted felt about my letter, being an
Jaguars were sold and I saw it me to advise extremely gracious individual,
as n ed t a er. Wilewethe Celtics actually called to thank me foicouldn't completely abandon personnel my suggestions. Unfortunately,
our New York Giants, we manager to the team did not get better. A University ofFlorida confidence in the first quarter of have kept their values as the
worked hard after moving here make sure few years later my son-in-law, a last year, but rising fuel costs Dow Jones industrial average
to become loyal Jaguars fans. this did not big Eagles fan, took me to a GAINESVILLE-Consumer are fueling the current anxiety. continues hovering above
For a while we owned season occur again, game where again the Jags confidence among Floridians "The big drag on consumers 13,000, even though higher
tickets and, because of the So I called were getting trounced, and fell in March, repeating a trend will increasingly be gas prices, income respondents are pesweather, the flyovers and how the Celtics' since he paid and didn't want to seen last year, according to a which have increased more simistic about their future
well the fans were treated, the COACH'S main office leave, I again had plenty of time monthly University of Florida than 15 cents a gallon in the finances, and recent trading volAtmosphere, unlike in N.Y. CORNER and asked to read the program. survey, past month," McCarty said. ume on the New York Stock
(think an hour to get out of the for- person- Interestingly, I noticed the "The pattern of consumer Consumers, particularly those Exchange has been quite low,
parking lot) was outstanding. nel. Unfor- Jags had increased their confidence from December to with lower incomes, willfeel the McCarty said.
However, each year the team lOtoward tunately I staffing to 23 assistant coaches February was exactly the same impact which is expected to lead Housing prices in Florida seemed to get worse and going Pines was trans- and 31 management employ- as last year," said Chris to lower confidence and per- have stopped declining and
to the games became painful. ferred to ees. It certainly backed my con- McCarty, director of UFs haps less spending than was even, nudged up a little
During one game, when Red, who, since it was around tention thatexecutives/man- Survey Research Center in the indicated in the January and recently. For example, the
they were getting thumped, I playoff time, was not in the agers usually add work and Bureau of Economic and February confidence surveys, median price of a single-family
had nothing better to do but mood to discuss the process problems rather than solve Business Research. "In March "The consequences of all home for February was read their program from cover and procedures with adminis- them. On the other hand, the 2011 confidence among this would be a pull-backin con- $134,000, matching the about to cover. It struck me that they tration executives at. P Celtics never sold out in those Floridians fell... and then kept sumer spending which would same level in December 2011, had 19 assistant coaches and Ballantine and Sons. days either. So one additional falling through August coincid- certainly slow the recovery, which is higher than January's
26 management employees. Interestingly, Red remem- executive, a head of market- ing with a pull-back in spend- although not reverse it," $129,000.
This reminded me of an bered me from a day we had ing, probably would have bL-en ing among Floridians." McCarty said. There are also McCarty also said further
instructive incident that met to discuss personnel pro- a big help. Unfortunately, Red Three of the five categories modest positive signs in the price declines are less likely for occurred a number of years cedures, so when he asked probably feltthat this individual measured by the survey economy, McCaity said. the moment, because the back. Idecided to write a letter what I wanted he also included would have needed a staff. showed a drop of confidence Florida's unemployment rate Florida Legislature did not pass to Wayne Weaver, at the time "Howard" at the end. 'Well,",I The Red Auerbach story among respondents. Their over- for January was down 0.3 per- laws to speed up the handling of the Jags' wonderful owner. I said, "I really didn't want to had a profound influence on all assessment of the strength of cent from December to 9.6 per- approximately 368,000 potential, explained about reading the bother you, but since we had me through the years. I. noticed the national economy over the cent. Economists disagree,. foreclosures in Florida. In addiprogram and compared it to an issue with the submission of that organizations don't remain next year, their trust in U.S. eco- however, over how much of this tion, a new arrangement my days at P Ballantine and health claims, I was trying to vigilant. To be sure, in bigger nomic conditions over the next improvement is due to new job between the federal governSons where I had been head of reach the head of personnel. companies, regulations and five years and perceptions over creation or a reduction in the meant and the nation's largest industrial relations. P "Howard," he repeated, now good practices require the whether the present is a good labor forcedue in partto senior banks may stall further price
Ballantine and Sons owned the even more impatient, "I am the addition of certain executives, time to buy big-ticket items workers retiring, declines, at least for the rest of Boston Celtics. The Boston Head of Personnel, the Head of i.e., auditors, quality control such as automobiles or reffig- Meanwhile, stock prices the year. Celtics and Red Auerbach were Marketing, the Head of PR, the managers who are not neces- erators all fell. one of the great examples of -Head of Operations, the GM sary to sell or produce the Survey takers, however,
efficiency and winning. From and the Coach, so you have no product. However, making cer- were not so gloomy in how they 1957 through 1968 they won choice but to bother me." tain that every, manager has a viewed their personal financial .. ,-'' /
every NBA championship but I explained that one of the productive role is essential if situations. They perceived that tS
one. No one else has come players, whom I named, had even the best companies and they are personally better off Hs c
close. Red had a philosophy not only submitted a claim but firms are to remain winners, financially today than theywere 1012 HolyWeek& Easter Scheduli
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Cahill seeks seat POLITICS IN BRIEF
committee will meet serves on the Homeland There will be a silent auction
Thursday, April 12 at 7 p.m. at Security Subcommittee and and refreshments will also be Fernandina Beach Mayor Democratic Headquarters,' chairs the Legislative Branch available. Arlene Filkoff will conduct a Eighth and Date streets in Subcommittee.
Car Ford Cahill has announ- of Bryceville. "Town Meeting" at 7 p.m. Fernandina. All registered Contact Gail Biondi at FOPforLeper
ced her intention to seek office She was once Thursday at the Fernandina Democrats are invited to GJBiondi@comcast.net or Nassau County Fraternal
as a Nassau County School the youngest Beach Police Department attend. 261-8793 by Tuesday with Order of Police H. J.
Board member, District 2. elected official Community Room at 1525 your reservation. Cost of the Youngblood Lodge #65 has
Cahill seeks to unseat long- in the state of Lime St. 1r- Re ,uL lm, women luncheon is $20. released a statement endorstime board member Gail Cook. Florida and These meetings are for cit- The Federated Republican L.. ing Bill Leeper for Nassau
John M. Pulice also seeks the served 12 izens to ask questions and Women of Nassau County will UbertyDw eI's County Sheriff. "Bill's history
seat in the August election. years as a receive input on various have their monthly meeting The Liberty Dwellers of commitment to public serve,
Cahill is the mother of two Cahill member of the issues. Citizens may attend on Friday, April 13 at the Golf announced an April 13 meet ice and his special attention
boys who currently attend Yulee 0 c e a n just to listen if they prefer. Club of Amelia Island. Guest and greet for the public with to the area of public safety
Primary School and Yulee Highway and For more information call the speaker for the monthly candidates running for, local has earned him this valuable
Elementary School. She said Port Authority. During that time City Clerk's Office at 277- meeting will be Congressman offices. Candidates for sher- endorsement," the statement she believes "in common sense as a board member of the 7305. Ander iff, school board and county read. "Bill will bring his congoverning and that communi- regional Transportation Plann- Tea Pal. Crenshaw. commissioner will be on hand tinued exceptional leadership
cation is the key to education. ing Organization, Cahill said she Teae social to discuss the issues in the and experience to the posiThe school board must seek the helped bring several million dol- Nassau Patriots Tea Party will be held auditorium at the Atlantic tion of Nassau County
adviceand consent of the people lars of state and federal trans- will present David Beamer, at 11:30 a.m. Avenue Recreation Center. Sheriff."
of the county. School board busi- portation funds to the county father of Todd "Let's Roll" and the busi- The casual event will start The primary election is
ness should be communicated that would have otherwise gone Beamer, who rallied fellow ness meet- at 6 p.m. and will lead up to scheduled for Aug. 14 and the
proactively and thoroughly by to neighboring counties. passengers to fight back ing will an address by Rebecca Odell general election is Nov. 6.
use of newspaper, television and Cahill currently serves as against the terrorist hijackers begin at Crenshaw Townsend, a constitutional The new sheriff will take
Internet." the Nassau County Soil and of United Airlines Flight 93 11:45 a.m. law attorney speaking about office in January 2013.
In announcing her candida- Water Conservation Board coor- on 9/11. Beamer will discuss Currently the constitution and what it
cy, Cahill said she wants "to pro- dinator She also serves as chair ."The State of the Republic in his sixth term representing means today at 7p.m. O'Dell B Bag mote a stronger breadth of edu- of the Nassau County Farm 10 years after 9/11." a district that stretches from is an appellate attorney who Local Democrats meet
cation here. While the Bureau Women's Leadership David Beamer and his Jacksonville to Tallahassee, practices before the U.S. each Wednesday at noon for a
fundamentals are always criti- Committee and in that role has wife, Peggy, became reluctant Crenshaw is a member of the Supreme Court and other fed- casual "Blue Bag Lunch" getcal, the students of our county had the opportunity to teach public figures after the plane House Appropriations eral and state appellate together. Bring your lunch need greater education in his- local students about farming crashed in a field in Committee where he recently coutts. and join them at party headtory, civics, arts, languages and and agriculture. Shanksville, Pa., that took his was appointed to the Defense The event is open to the quarters located at the corner
other programs that expand Her othe" leadership roles son's life. Subcommittee. He also public and free of charge. of Eighth and Date streets.
beyond those fundamentals and include vice president of the The meeting is scheduled will provide the depth of expe- Nassau County Young Repub- from9:30-11:30 am. Saturday rience that will be prepare them licans and she has been appoint- at the Fernandina Beach for college and the workforce." ed by the Nassau County Board Police Department Training
Cahill was born and raised in of County Commissioners to the Room. This is a departure Nassau County. and attended Vision into Action Committee. from the regular First Bryceville Elementary School Cahill also said she is proud Saturday gathering place at and Callahan Middle School of her recent work with the Murray's Grille in Yulee in Since 1995 the American of a public health program that the process of identifying and before graduating from Trinity Amelia Community Theatre. In order to handle a larger Public Health Association-has provides birth and death cer- suggesting solutions for curChristian Academy. She also December, she debuted as the crowd. promoted the first week in tificates in Nassau County. This rent issues that impact the
attended Florida Community mother in the production of "A April to highlight issues that program has recently part- overall health and safety of
College of Jacksonville. Christmas Story." and will soon Democrats to meet are important to improving the nered with the Nassau County Nassau County.
Her third great-grandfather be appearing in "A Streetcar The Nassau County public's health in the.U.S. This Tax Collector's office to pro- The following local themes
was George Bryce, the founder Named Desire" in several roles. Democ-atic Executive year's is "A Healthier America vide a convenient service for have been identified from
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4,2012 OPINION News-Leader *7A


VOICE OF THE PEOPLE


Last month the city commission
discussed what would be an approLE priate compensation package for I W
our new city manager ("How much
to pay new city manager," March
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER 28), OneoftheissuesthatwasmenESTABLISHED IN 1854 tioned was the possible difference
in cost of living between Fernandina
The News-Leader is published with pride weekly Beach and the locations where the for the people of Nassau County by Community applicants might currently reside.
Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believe That issue intrigued me. In fact, it
that strong newspapers build strong communi- got my analytical juices flowing.
lies "Newspapers get things donel" Our primary Curious, I "talked" to the online
goal is to publish distinguished and profitable
community-oriented newspapers. This mission wizards. After several hours of digwill be accomplished through the teamwork of ging, I would like to summarize my
professionals dedicated to the truth, integrity qual- findings.
ity and hard work. I looked at a broad range of
Florida cities, starting with those
Foy R. MALOY JR.. PUBLISHER "down state" but then increased the
MICHAEL PARNELL. EDITOR scope to include several locations
MIKE HANKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR north of Orlando, including the
ROBERT FIEGE. PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Panhandle. I looked at a total of ENROLL CALL
BOB TIMPE. CIRCULATION DIRECTOR about 125 cities. o m
ANGELINE MUDD. Thosewith a higher cost of living
BUSINESS OFFICE MANAGER index than Fernandina Beach were
SIAN PERRY.Ass/STANTEDITOR Miami (slightly higher, Coral TO BUY BR O CCO LI
BETH S NPERR, AS TTEDITOR Gables, Naples, Key West, Punta
BETH ION ES. SPORTSEDITOR Gorda, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton BUT A A MAKE YOU DO IT
TOM WOOD DINK NESMITH and Jupiter.
CHAIRMAN PRESIDENT Those with a lower cost of living RJ MATSON/ROLL CALL
than Fernandina Beach included
CqlmlunitY about 115 of the total 125 at which mphin a25 mph zone, not 38 mph. areas of responsibility. Educational programs such as
c~r~4INewspapers,
Incorporated I looked. That included, among oth- We also try not to haveto keep put- Agenda 21, through "Smart RaceToTheTop and International
ers, West Palm Beach, Tampa, ting on our brakes so that we don't Growth," encourages denser, more Baccalaureate are UNESCO supThe views expressed by the columnists and Orlando, Clearwater, Jacksonville, run .into.the vehicle ahead of us compact living communities and ported programs which prepare our letter writers on this page are ther own Sanford, Delray Beach, Bradenton, because they are moving a lot clos- concentrated development man- children to be "global citizens."
and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cocoa, Boynton Beach, Homestead, er to the speed limit. We also try to aged by government "partners." It They teach redistribution of wealth the newspaper, Its owners or employees Sebring, Melbourne, Fort Pierce, come to as close to a complete stop threatens private property owner- between nations and within nations, Lake Worth, Avon Park, Venice, atstop signs as we can, not rolling ship through eminent domain, rather than advocating environHialeah, Winter Garden, Kissim- stops of around 5 mph at three con- "wildlands" designation, 'blight," ments in which all can succeed. COMMUNITY THIANKS mee, Leesburg, Daytona Beach, St. secutive stop signs. Itwasn't a short conservation easement, zoning and Pride in America'sfounding and
Augustine, Pensacola, Panama City, distance I observed this vehicle, code enforcement, often reclaim- our early American history, includHialeah, Delray Beach, Fort Myers, but south on North Fletcher, west ing property from private citizens. ing the American Revolution and Boys andC ilwubs Stuart, Gainesville, Tallahassee, on Atlantic and south on 14th to the Smart Growth leads to the central- the Civil War, are barely touched
Satellite Beach, Palatka, Port parking lot of the First Assembly ized control of most aspects of upon in high school. The Florida The Boys and Girls Clubs of Nassau Charlotte, Titusville, Deltona, of God Church on 14th. I'm sure urban life: energy and water use, Department of Education specifiCounty Foundation wish to thank all the great Apopka, Pompano Beach, Sarasota that this must be an isolated inci- housing allocation, population con- cations call for American history's people who attended and contributed to the and many others. In most cases the dent, but blatant disregard for the trol, public health and dietary reg- primary focus to start from outstanding success of our 5th Annual Benefit differences were very significant, law by some deputies/officers imens, education, health care, trans- "Reconstruction to the present day." held on Feb. 24 at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia, a much lower cost of living com- makes. it difficult for. people to portation modes, business activity, In one American history book Island. The event was a sellout with 503 tick- pared to Fernandina Beach. depend on and respect officers in etc. Once people are forced into which I recently reviewed I could ets purchased. It raised $110,000 for the oper- This research leads me to general. Hopefully people in law densely populated communities, not even find a picture of George action of the two local Boys and Girls Clubs. The believe that most candidates will enforcement realize that while they buffered by vast expanses of Washington, the father of our coubbenefit included a cocktail hour, sit-down din- have to see an increase in their cur- are watching us, we are also watch-. reclaimed "wildlands" or "wetlands," try! Do you remember a time when ner, raffle, silent auctionand our guest speak- rent salary in order to maintain their ing them. government control and allocation his picture was at the front of every
er, Bonnie St. John. current standard of living. I think Steve Zercher becomes more easily instituted, and classroom? High school children
We are greatly indebted to The Ritz-Carlton, this information should be kept in Fernandina Beach the lives of citizens more easily reg- are barely taught about their own. Jim McManemon (general manager), Bill mind when proposed compensation ulated. Mobility by vehicles is lim- American heritage. How will they
Fassbender (associate director of meetings packages are prepared for preferred UNAgenda21 ited and communities are linked by have pride in America or even know
and special events) and their entire staff for candidates. U high-speed railways. This is the end what it stands for?
Diamond Sponsorship of the event and'their Jim Powers Kudos to the News-Leader for goal, which will take many years, Some communities in the United
attention to every detail, thus ensuring a beau- Fernandina Beach printing the front-page article on but every year unsuspecting par- States have already voted to protiful evening. Their ongoing partnership$ is UN Agenda 21 March 23. like the ticipants are signing onto the pro- hibit implementation of UN Agenda
invaluable to us. inexorable growth and interference gram. 21. I believe it is important to work
In addition to The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Who? of the federalgovernmentover'the UN Agenda 21 is implemented to protect our freedom, our indiIsland, our key sponsors were: I read with amusement and sur- last 20 years, UN Agenda 21 is a through grants (with strings vidual and unalienable rights, as
Diamond Level: Auld and White prise that the News-Leader would serious threat to personal liberty, attached), public-private partner- described in the Declaration of
Constructors print such nonsense from Ms. It is a "world view" long-range plan ships whichc -oste cronyismm and Independence.
Platinuflh Lelel: Baptist l ent&r- ........ .. ( "S id'st1w dvrsr,..t ~ .
i'6assau, the Desnoyers family, William and ial?" on March 8 lonewa eei n Agenda 21 seeks to control
March'hVealit every aspect of our lives, mental organizati ons ( and' 'individual for the greater good of a
Gayle Gower, Jack and Charlotte Roberts, her, no on knows who she is and I including health care, education of the environmental movement. Over global community as described by Tom Shaw and Kelly Bomar, Morgan Stanley am sure the local law enforcement our children, energy consumption, 2,000 NGOs are accredited by the the United Nations Declaration of Smith Barney could care even less. However, I gun ownership, our food supply and United Nations for the purpose of Human Rights. If you are concerned'
Gold Level: Bill and Ann Moser, Joe and can assure you that the staff and private property rights. Unchal- implementing Sustainable Develop- about protecting individual freedom Drenda Vijuk personnel, from the principal down lenged, its implementation, through ment in America. You are probably and property rights for future genAnd thanks also to our numerous Silver to the janitors, at Yulee Middle sociabengineering, Would create a already familiar with many of them. erations, please get involved, learn sponsors, silent auction and raffle donors plus School work very hard, under 'world in which the government ICLEI (International Council for more and work to keep this United all our v9lunteiers. A very special mention is' sometimes unbelievable circum- "helps" us to live our lives the way Local Environmental Initiatives) is Nations agenda out of Nassau given to the following whose time and stances, to ensure every child is it sees fit. the primary organization responsi- County!
resources ensured a successful event: given a chance at an education. Agenda 21 is not a partisan issue. ble for directing policy. Beware of Susan Stahl
Amelia Island Graphics, Amelia Liquors, Sounds to me as if Ms. Jenkins had At issue is our freedom and that of nice sounding terms such as Amelia Island
Boys and Girls Clubs Board of Directors, staff a bad day and decided to use the. future generations. The United Millennium Development, sustainand benefit committee members, CBC News-Leader to get even and spread Nations has a comprehensive plan able growth, green energy, smart Ruled feather
National Bank, Harris Teeter, Stan Cottle, gossip and negativity. Shame on you for instituting "Sustainable Develop- growth, smart meters, high-speed CCom, president, Susan Casillas, photogra- and shame on the News-Leader. ment," often cloaked in appealing railways, public land, social justice I see that the public presentapher. I Patrick Orr terms used to woo and confuse par- (socialism), common good, tion by Karen Schoen on UN proThanks to you all for your generous sup- Yulee ticipants. It is a global movement Communitarianism. tocol Agenda 21 has ruffled a few
port! to be coordinated through a global- Some of these concepts are men- feathers around the island.
William H. Gower, President Pohc pL,,nce to-local action plan. Agenda 21 is, tioned in the Nassau County 2030 I, for one, am glad that the report
Boys and Girls Clubs of Nassau simply put, a plan of global gover- Comprehensive Plan, available on was placed on the front page instead
County Foundation It's great to. see the Nassau nance, which is contrary to the U.S. the website of the Nassau County of being hidden away inside.
County Sheriff's Office assisting Constitution. Commission. For example, devel- Information on Agenda 21 is
our local police in patrolling the President George H.W. Bush opment "clustering" and expanding readily available online and letter ilWf 1 WRlff~llUS- Maximum length is 500 words. Letters streets of Fernandina Beach. A first took interest in the plan in 1992. "wetlands" and "green infrastruc- writers who use the term "rightmust include writer's name (printed and signature), police presence is always a deter- In July of 1993 President Clinton ture" sound like good ideas, but wing drivel" and "lunatic fringe" address and telephonenumber for verification, rent to crime in any area. However, created the President's Council for when carried to the extreme the remind me of the frog in the cookwriters are normally limited to one letter in a 30-day it appears that at least one deputy is Sustainable Development through free flow of activity to'which we ing pot enjoying the tepid water and publisd. Lee houl be yped or pried. Notill unaware that we have laws in our executive order. This plan has never have all become accustomed could oblivious to the heat being turned lteaepublished. Sedetters soletypdo: Lettes to tel city regarding how we drive. For been voted on by the U.S. Congi'ess! be curtailed./Ai'e aspects of Agenda up and slowly being cooked alive Editor, E.O. Box 766, Fernandina Beach, FL, 32035 the driver of a Nassau Sheriff's vehi- It gives government agencies "polit- '21 being implemented in Nassau until it's too late. E-mail: mparnell@fbnewsleader, comn. cle off March 28 around, 3:37 p.m., ically correct" avenues in which to County? Some resear-ch might be in Brian Moss
visit us ott-line atfonewskeadercomn we try to keep our speed under 30 operate and influence policy in their order. Fernandina Beach



-VIE WPOIN/JOHN JOSEPH CASCONE/FERNANDINA BERCl

In defense of an indefensible agenda


I have always' abhoirred people who refused I had attended a meeting of the city's group Springer, the manager of the marina for dent became known to the Coast Guard. The
to tell the truth when they know what it is addressing the dredging project several weeks Westrec. It seemed to me that my reluctance to owner ,of the vessel could face the same outand how it may or may not affect an issue, back. It was directed by City Engineer Glenn believe our hired city management might have come. So I have to think it was a wink-wink, pat
Even worse are those who engage in Semanisin and attended by the interim city been mistaken. But the Doubting Thomas in on the back, don't let it happen again discusintentional misrepresentations to further thei', manager; several city employees, Joe Springei; me required that I inquire further, sion and we'll just limit the boat traffic as best own goal or gild their own lily. My last letter to the marina manager, three charter boat cap- My efforts discovered the lies of omission we can even though there is no plausible conthe editor (March 16) resulted in some rather tains, Cha-lie Taylor, the owner of Atlantic passed on by the people who knew better nection between the event and the chosen instantaneous attention by the various water- Seafood, the owner of the dredging company and occurred in' the presence of those who r-esult. front people those whose work and or I believe his name was David May and at knew or should have known-lies were being I have never had dealings with the interim leisure is centered there and their versions least one of his employees if not moire. When perpetr-atedl in the name of defending an inde- city manager other than his discussion of me of personal attempts to get things done in a the topic of the boat ramp was brought up, fensible agenda denying the people use (If with at least one city commissioner. Besides proper manner regarding the use of the maii- Semanisin immediately brought up a boat or their taxpayer provided resources without being a spineless approach, it shows a lack of na and boat ramp. I was amazed at how many 'boats running between two barges and creat- any reasonable basis or effective arena in integrity and honor. City leaders should act like people reported their own efforts to make city ing a safety issue that mandated shutting down which to have their positions heard and adljudi- adults and take care of business themselves. employees aware of the disparity of their posi- the ramp and allowing boats in slips to contin- cated fairly. Don't send someone out to do your work, do
tions and the genuine inequity to citizens who ue to benefit from a taxpayer provided marina The truth left untold by Semanisin and bol- the honorable thing and step up to the plate trailer their boats. whether they were citizens or not. I questioned stered by the positions of May, Springer and, yourself.
Almost my entire adult life I have worked in the veracity of Semanisin's recitation of events by his failure to speak up, the interim city man- As to the city engineer, my dealings with
the criminal justice system, the last 23 in and asked if the incident had been reported to ager, is that the incident r-eferencedl to base the him go back to his "shut off the lights, the safeNassau County. It has necessitated dealings either the Florida Wildlife Commission orthe closing of the ramp occurred on the north side ty of the people be damned" incident. His ties with cops and robbers and judges and bailiffs U.S. Coast Guard. That is when the dredging of the marina in the area where the barges are to the community are nil, to my knowledge, as and lawyers and victims and clerks and court company owner jumped to the forefront to off-loaded to the dump trucks. An area isolated he caime here just a year ago from someplace reporters, all of whom play an integral part in assure me the USCG would not act and it was from the ramp by a couple hundred feet of else and has exhibited no effort to learn about the system. It is a sub-community, if you will, of necessary to keep the ramp closed because he dock space, Bretts Waterway restaurant and those who employ him. His knowledge of the the larger community we all share. The system could not be cer-tain as to the skills of boaters plenty of boardwalk. Worse, the boat that evi- marina, operation of boats therein and local relies on a commitment to truthfulness by all utilizing the ramp but that he could trust the dently violated the rules for waterway oper-a- behavior andI customs seems non-existent. The involved and when one comes around who is various captains because they were trained and tions and caused the stir was a boat operated failur-e to tell the truth so as to justify and supless than truthful, he or she is quickly noted licensed.,' by A trained captain, holding a USCG license port his decision is inexcusable. Lies of omilsfor that propensity and generally discounted in Among the people contacting me about my and carrying passengers. S-ince no one with sion are still lies just thesame! all future dealings. That doesn't just mean will- last letter were several charter captains that firsthand knowledge of what occurred is coim- There are many good, trustworthy and relif ul lies or lies of commission. There are 'also told me there indeed had been a boat that went ingforward, you can only speculate for the rea- able city employees. We, as citizens and taxpaylies of omission which occur when someone between the barges and there was some con- sons regarding the failure to report the inci- ers, are entitled to no less. Regarding this manlknows the truth but to protect their own posi- sternation over the event. At least one of those dent. A licensed captain could have a fine, na project, it has been proven that we are not tion or agenda they withhold that truth. had the incident relayed to them by Mr. suspension or even termination if such an inci- getting our money's worth!





8A WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4.2012 NEWS News-Leader



Elephant Island

I'm writing this on a ferry least there water, and I was commanded
leaving, sadly, Koh Chang was no male to climb on its back, equipped
("Elephant Island"), where I musth" to with a stiff brush. And so I did
spent six wonderful days on a worry about. my task, brushing the elebreak from the stress of my And there phant's back while it sprayed
job in Bangkok. And on this were no me with water and other
island, of course, I found ele- babies, so I tourists took pictures.
pants. didn't have Then we wet tourists were
It didn't take long at all. to worry led to a raised platform and
Elephant signs are every- about illegal helped onto a chair on our elewhere, and elephant trinkets activities phants for the two-hour jungle
and T-shirts'and even WAYS here. In trek. I had my own elephant
Elephant (Chang) beer. But to .... Thailand and my own mahout. This kid
find live elephants, I had to wild ele- seemed to be about 10 years
play tourist for the (lay. I nor- Pat phants are old, if that. He spent the first mally hate to be a tourist, Foster-' hrley still too often part of the ride begging for herded in a group, on some- poached tips, "Me, beautiful-boy.
one else's schedule. But hey, I from the wild, after the moth- Elephant boy only 2000 baht was on Koh Chang and I had ers are killed for their (very month, 300 baht I eat good. to give it a try small) ivory tusks. It's easy Feed elephant, feed boy," and
Elephants in Thailand have enough to smuggle wild on and on. Annoying, really, a long history of domestica- caught babies into captive so I tuned out. When he tion, once trained to use their facilities, where babies born noticed he lost my attention' brains and brawn to drag logs there do not need to be regis- he tuned out too. Next thing I out of the forest, now they tered until they are six years knew he was curled up on the (and their mahouts) have old. This gives lots of wiggle elephant's head, falling asleep! found a niche in the tourist room to falsify papers for wild But the elephant, a very .. trade. Elephant trekking is caught babies coming into old docile female, plodded on "in" and not just in the north- some shady facilities, regardless on her routine path ern areas where logging ele- But none of this was going following the rest of the herd. .. phants once dominated the on here, as far as I could see. It was safe and serene, now scene. Now, there are ele- And the elephants seemed to that the kid had quieted down. phant trekking operations all be calm, healthy and well- We walked along in single file, over the country, and yes, of managed, and the tourists five elephants, five mahouts, course, here too, on Koh closely supervised. And each nine tourists, often out of sight, Chang. sow had her own mahout, of one another along the windWhen I got to the elephant keeping a close eye on his ing trails through the rain fortrekking station, I was curious charge. So, finally, with my est, through rubber plantaabout their animals, more conservation and safety fears tions, through fruit groves curious than most of the allayed, I began to relax. and village. tourists there. Having worked In short order I was For once being a tourist
at a zoo, with elephant trainer relaxed enough to swim with was just the right place to be, friends, I know how danger- them! Well, not swim actually, on the back of an elephant on ous elephants can be. And I've let's say, wade. A handful of us Koh Chang. So now, at the even got a friend who was a tourists were invited to wade bow of the ferrywith Koh vet tech at a zoo and got her out into a natural clear water Chang receding in the dispelvis crushed by an elephant pool surrounded by rainforest, tance, a cold Chang beer in who did not want its blood fed by a stream coming down my hand, I'm heading back to taken in a normally routine the hillside. Ever the adven- my work in Bangkok, my procedure. With all this non- turous one, I was the first one tourist days over again. touristy exposure to ele- in the water. In moments, an But it sure was fun while it phants, I'm more cautious elephant walked (lown the lasted!
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION YULEE FL 32097 contact the ADA Coordinator exempt prooerty. ana That the Summary Final Judgment of creditors of FRANK JUNIOR BOWMAN, deceased es, if any, to It, on Marshall C.
FOR TAX DEED OR not later than one (1) day prior name and address of those Foreclosure entered in the PRINCE, a/k/a FRANK J. All heirs, beneficiaries, Watson, PA., Attorney for
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FI PROTON THERAPY INST to the proceeding at to whom it has peen assigned aoove-captionea action the PRINCE, deceased devisees, legatees, spouses Plaintiff, whose address is 1800
That FIRST COAST INC 2015 JEFFERSON ST Jacksonville Area Legal Aid by such orae, are Clerk of ths Court wi sell the All heirs, oeneficiaries, devise- and creditors of IRENE PRINCE NW 49th STREET, SUITE 120, FT.
The holder of the following cer- JACKSONVILLE. FL 32206. (Nassau), 126 WAdams Street, BENEFICIARIES property situated In Nassau es, legatees, spouses and ROBERTS LAUDERDALE FL 33309 on or
tificate(s) has filed said certi- OR Jacksonville, Florida 32202 THOMAS A. KEENAN County, Florida. descr bea as creators of RUTH PRINCE, All heirs, beneficiaries devise- before May 4, 2012, a date
cate(s) for the tax deed to be 26850 WILLIE HODGES RD (904) 356-8371 and for the 95733 Tyson Road Lots 17, 18. 19,20 and 42, deceased es, legatees, spouses and which is within thirty (30) days
issued thereon.The certificate HILLIARD, FL 32046 hearing and voice .mpared Fernanaina Beach, FL 32034 LIGHTHOUSE POINT PHASE Al heirs, beneficiariesdevise- creditors of MATTHEW PRINCE afterthefirstpublicationofthis number(s) ana year of OR (800) 955-8770. AMANDA C. BROWN ONE, as per plat recorcea n es, egatees, spouses and deceased Notice In THE NEWS-LEADER
issuance, the aescription of 12301 KERNAN FOREST BLVD 2t 03-28-2012 & 04-04-2012 3660 Stoneway Point Plat Book 6, Pages 157, 158, creatorsof SESHILAPRINCE KEL- All heirs beneficiaries, devise- and file the original with the property, and name(s) in APT 2104 0488 Powell, OH 43065 ana 159, of the Public Records LOG, deceased es, legatees, spouses and aerk of this Court either before
which :t is assessed are as fol- JACKSONVILLE, FL 32225 ---------- MARK P DELP of Nassau County Flonaa. Al heirs, beneficiaries, devise- creditors of GRACE PRINCE service on Plaintiff's attorney or
lows. LAST KNOWN ADDRESS STAT- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 160 Copperfield Drive ana es, legatees, spouses and Atl heirs, beneficiaries, devise- Immediately thereafter. othFile Number 201 2-003-TD ED, CURRENT RESIDENCE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Chillicothe, OH 45601 Lots 52, 54,55, 56, 57, 58,59, creators of ELEANOR CHRISTO- es, legatees, spouses and erwise a default will be
Certificate Number 2117 UNKNOWN IN AND FOR ALL INTERESTED PERSONS 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66. 67, 68, PHER creditors of GEORGE LORENZO 'entered against you for the
Year of Issuance: 2005 And any unknown heirs, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA ARE NOTIFIEDTHAT: 69, 70, 71, 72,73, 74, 75,76,77, All heirs, beneficiaries, devise- PRINCE relief demanded in the camParcel Number 00-00-31-134A- devrsees, grantees, creators, CASE NO.: 1 1-CA-407 All creditors of the Estate of 78, 79, 82, 92, 93, 95, 96, 102 es, legatees, spouses and All heirs, beneficiaries, devise- plaint. OC19-0000 ana other unknown persons FIRST SOUTHERN BANK a the Decedent and persons 103,104,105,106,107,108,109, creditorsofHAROLDCHRISTO- es, legatees, spouses and If you area personwith a
Description of Property. orunknownspousesclaiming FloridaBankingCorporation, having claims or demands 110,111,115,116,117,118,119, PHER creditors of DAISY PRINCE, disability who needs any
LOT 19(SUBMERGED) PT OF OR by through and under any of Plaintiff, against the Estate of the 120,123,125,126,128,129,130, All heirs, beneficiaries, devse- deceased accommodation in order to
311 PG 420 GA FDNA BEACH the above-named Defen- v Decedent otherthan those for 131,132 133,134,135,136,137, es, legatees, spouses and All heirs, beneficiaries devise- participate In this proceeding,
SUB PB 2/35 dant(s), I deceased or whose M&A LAXMi, INC., a Florda cor- whom provisions for full pay- 140,141,143, and 144 of UGHT- creditors of MARGARET HEN- es, legatees, spouses and you are entitle, at no cost to
Assessed To last known address are oration; HITESH PATEL an inai- ment was made in the Order HOUSE POINT PHASE TWO, DERSON creditors ofFRANK JUNIOR you, to the provision of certain
C&S NATL BANK unknown. viual; SHILPA H.PATEL an inai- of Summary Administration according to the Rat thereof All heirs, beneficiaries, devise- PRINCE, a/k/a FRANK J. assltance.Pleasecontactthe
OF SAVANNAH TRUSTEE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED v aual; UNITED STATES OF must file their claims with this as recorded in Plat Book 7, es, legatees, spouses and PRINCE, deceased ADA Coordinator at rtnAll of the above property is that an action to foreclosure AMERICA, on behalf of the Court WITHIN THE TIME PERI- Pages 145 through 151, of the creditors of THOMAS PRINCE, All heirs, beneficiaries, devise- tp@_.0e.o or (904) 630-2564, located in Nassau County In Mortgdge covering the foi- SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- ODS SET FORTH IN SECTION Public Records of Nassau deceased es, legatees, spouses and at least 7 days before your
the State of Florida. lowing real and persoal prop- TION; SRINIVAS BIKKUMANLA, 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO- County, Florida. All heirs, beneficiaries, devise- creditors of RUTH PRINCE, scheduled court appearance,
Unless such certificate(s) shall erty described as follows, to-. an Individual; RAMI REDDY, an BATE CODE. ALL CLAIMS AND The Clerk of this Court shall es, legatees, spouses and deceased or Immediately upon receipt be redeemed according to wit: individual; GEORGE GOPU, an DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL sell the property to the highest creditors of DORIS PRINCE All heirs, beneficiaries, devise- of this notification If the time
Law, the property described Lot 243, HICKORY VILLAGE individual; RAVI MEPUNI, an BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITH- bidder for cash on April 30, WISE, deceased es, legatees, spouses and beforethescheduledappearin such certificate or certifl- PHASE TWO, according to plat indvidual; JOHN M. DREW, as STANDINGANY OTHER APPUIC- 2012, at 11:30 a.m., at the All heirs, beneficiaries, creditors of SESHIA PRINCE KEL- dance Is less than 7 days; if you cafes will be sold to the thereof as recorded In Plat Tax Collector of Nassau ABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY CLAIM Nassau County Judlcial Annex devisees, legatees, spouses LOG, deceased arehearing or voice impaired,
HlghestBidder at the MAIN Book7, Pages ,20 and 121, of County, Florida; and FLORIDA FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMORE located at76347 Veteran's andacreditorsofLEILAPRINCE Allheirs, beneficlarlesdevise- call711. ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU the public records of Nassau FIRST CAPITAL FINANCE COR- AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE Way, Suite 456, Yulee, Nassau DONNICE MICHELE PRINCE es, legatees, spouses and WITNESS my hand and the
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, County, Florida. PORATION. OF DEATH IS BARRED. County Florida 32097 In accor- COLEMAN, a/k/a DONNICE creditors of ELEANOR CHRISTO- seal of this Court this 27th day
76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, has been filed against you Defendant. The date of first publication of dance with Chapter 45, Forlda M.COLEMAN PHER of March, 2012.
FL. on the 17th day of April, and you are requ red toserve NOTICE OF SALE this Notice Is March 28th 2012. Statutes. 96483 Calhoun Road All heirs, beneficiaries, devise- John A. Crawford
2012, between the hours of acopyofyourwrittendefens- Notice Is Hereby Given that, CLYDEW. DAVIS Dated this 21 day of March, Fernandina Beach, Florida es, legatees, spouses and As Clerk of the Court
11:00 a.m. ana 2:00 p.m. The es, if any, to It on Mark A. pursuant to a summary final Attorney for petitioners 2012. 32034 creditors of HAROLD CHRISTO- By /s/ Pam Jones
Clerk of Court's Office Policy is Buckles. Butler & Hosch, PA, judgment of foreclosure on Floriaa Bar No. 277266 By: /s/ Tracy Poore ADRIAN CHRISTOPHER RIVERS PHER I As Deputy Clerk
to hold the sale at 1130a.m. 3185 South Conway Road, March 12,2012, inthatcertain 960185Gateway Blvd., Ste. 104 Clerk of the Court 4141 Pecos Drive AI heirs, beneficiaries, devise- 2t 04-04-11-2012
JOHN A. CRAWFORD Suite E Orlando, Florida 32812 cause pending in the Circuit Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 2t 03-28-2012 & 04-04-2012 New Port Richey, Florida es, legatees, spouses and 0&02
NASSAU COUNTY and file the original with the Court In and for Nassau 904.261.2148 0496 34653 creditors of MARGARET HEN- ---------CLERK OF COURT Clerk of the above-styled County, Florida, wherein First THOMAS A. KEENAN ...----- VANESSA W. PITTS, f/k/a DERSON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
BY RHODA GOODWIN, Court on or before 30 days Southern Bank a Florida bank- AMANDA C. BROWN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT VANESSA G. SIMMONS, a/k/a All hers, beneficiares, devise- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DEPUTY CLERK from the first publication, oth- ing corporation, is Plaintff and MARK P DELP . FOR NASSAU COUNTY VANESSAG.WISE es, legatees, spouses and IN AND FOR NASSAU
If you are a person with a ais- erwlse a Judgment may be M&A LAXMI, INCi, HITESH PATEL, Persons Giving Notice FLORIDA 2950 Kathryn Avenue creditors of THOMAS PRINCE, COUNTY, FLORIDA
ability who needs any accom- entered against you for the SHILPA H. PATELUNITED STATES 2t 03728-2012 & 04r04-2012 PROBATE DIVISION Lakeland, Florida 33805 deceased I CASE NO.: 10-CA-000631
modation in order to partiCi- relief demanded in the OF AMERICA, on behalf of the 0490 .- File No. 12-CP-47 ALL PARCELS All heirs, beneficiaries, devise-. BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING,
pate in this proceeding, you Complaint. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- ..........Division: A JOHN M. DREW es, legatees, spouses and LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOMAare entitled, at no costto you, WITNESS my haid and seal 'TION, SRINIVAS BIKKUMANLA, NOTICE OF APPLICATION IN RE ESTATE OF ROSANNA R. Nassau County Tax Collector creditors of DORIS PRINCE LOANS SERVICING, LP to the provision of certain ass--- of said Court on the 15th day RAMI REDDY, GEORGE GOPU, FOR TAX DEED OLIVER, 86130 License Road WISE, deceased Plaintiff
tance. Please contact the of March, 2912. RAVI MEPUNI JOHN M. DREW, NOTICE IS HEREBY:GIVEN Deceased.. Fernandina Beach, Florida All heirs, beneficiaries, devise- vs.
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- In accordance with the as Tax Collector of Nassau that SHERRY QUATTILEBAUM NOTICE TO CREDITORS 32034 es, legatees, spouses and JAMES A. BRANNING, ET AL,
4600 press 0, at least 7 days Americans With Disabilities Act, County, Florida and FLORIDA The holder of thefollowing cer- The administration of the You are hereby notified that creditors of LEILA PRINCE Defendants before your scheduled court persons with disabilities need- FIRST CAPITAL FINANCE COR- tlficate(s) has filed'saidcertifi- estate of ROSANNA R. OLIV- the Petitioner filed Its Petition DONNICE MICHELE PRINCE NOTICE OF ACTION appearance, or immediately ing a special accommoda- PORATION, are Defendants; in cafe(s) for a tax dee6 to be ER, deceased, whose date of and ts Dedaraton of Taking in COLEMAN, a/k/a DONNICE M. To the following upon receiving this notifica- tion to participate in this pro- Civil Action Cause No. 11-CA- Issued thereon, The certificate death was January 22, 2012; this Court against you as COLEMAN Defendant(s): tlon If the time before the feeding should contact Court 407 I, Clerk of the aforesaid number(s) and year of File Number 12-CP-47; Is pend- defendants, seeking to con- 96483 Calhoun Road UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF scheduled appearance istess Administration at 416 Center Court, will at 11:30 a.m. on issuance, the description of Ing In the Circuit Court for demn by eminent domain pro- Fernandina Beach, Florida JAMES A. BRANNING (CURthan 7 days; if you are hearing Street, Fernandina Beach, April, 20, 2012, offer for sale and the property; and the name(s) Nassau County, Florida, ceedings- the above 32034 RENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
or voice impaired, call 711. Florida 32034,Telephone (904) sell to the highest bidder for In Which it is assessed are as Probate Division, the address described property located In ADRIAN CHRISTOPHER RIVERS Last known address: 3115 4t 03-14-21-28,04-04-2012 321-5709, not later than seven cash at the front door of-the follows: I I of which is 76347 Veterans the State of Florida, Countyof 4141 Pecos Drive BIgck Creek Drive, 0464 (7) days prior to the proceed- Nassau County Judicial Anne File Number: 2012-004-TD Way Yulee, Florida 32097; the Nassau. New Port Richey, Florida 34653 Mlddleburg, FL32068
ing.If hearinglmpaired, (TDD) located at 76347 Veterans Certificate Number: 2720 names and addresses of the You are further notified that VANESSAW.PITTS, f/k/aVANES- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 1-800-955-8771, or Voice iV) 1 WayYuiee, Florida 32097. In the Parcel Number: personal representative and. the petitioner will apply toThe SAG. SIMMONS, a/k/a VANES- that an action for Foreclosure
OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL 800-955-8770, via Florida Relay above-captioned action, the 00-00-30-0860-0005-0000 the personal representative's Honorable Brian J. Davis, one SAG. WISE of Mortgage on the following
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Service. property located In Nassau Year 9f Issuance: 2008, attorney are set forth below of the judges of this Court, on 2950 Kathryn Avenue described property:
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA John A. Crawford County, Florida, described on Descriptionof Property: All creditors of the dece- the 3rd day of July 201 2, at Lakeland, Florida 33805 A PORTION OF SECTION 38,
CIVIL DIVISION CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Exhibit A. pursuant to the terms LOT'5 THOMAS MANOR dent and other persons having 10:30 a.m., In the Nassau BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICA- TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 28
CASE NO: COURT of the Summary Final PB 3/37 claims or demands against County Historic Courthouse, TIONS, LLC, f/k/a BELLSOUTH EAST, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI48-2009-CA-000757 BY /S/ Earlene S. Lane Judgment of Foreclosure and Assessed To: decedent's estate, on whom Fernandina beach, Florida, for TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC., DA, BEING A PORTION OF THE
DIVISION: Deputy Clerk In accordance with Section EDITH D. CROWLEY EST a copy of this notice Is an Order of Taking In this Successor by merger to DESCRIPTION RECORDED IN
BANKOF AMERICA N.A., 2t 03-28-2012 & 04-04-2012 45.031 Florida Statues.Any per- All of the abpve'property is required tobeserved.mustfile cause. All defendants to this SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID
Plaintiff, 0487 son claiming an Interest in the located In Nassau County, in their claims with this court suit may request a hearing at AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY COUNTY IN OFFICIAL
VS. ---------- surplus from the sale, If any, the State of Florida. WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 the time and place deslgnat- d T Corporation System, RECORDS BOOK 156, PAGE
AMELIA SURF & RACQUET IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, otherthan theproperty Owner Unless such certificate(s) MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF ed and beheard.Any defen- Registered Agent 502, SAID PORTION BEING
CLUB ASSOCIATION, INC,; FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT as of the date of the is shall be redeemed according THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS dant failing to file a request for 1200 South Pine Island Road MORE PARTICULARLY
CHARLES D. MCCANN, TESSA IN AND FOR NASSAU CQUN- Pendens must file a claim with- to law, the property described NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE hearing shall wave any right to Plantation, Florida 33324 DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: FOR OLIVIA SISSON; JOHN DOE TY, FLORIDA in 60 days after the sale. In such certificate or certifi- DAtE OF SERVICE OF A COPY object to the Order of Taking. ALL PARCELS A POINT OF REFERENCE COMAND JANE DOE AS Case No.: 2011-CA-563 Individual with disabilities cates will be sold to the OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. AND JOHN M. DREW MENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POS- Division: A who need a reasonable Highest Bidder at the MAIN I All other creditors of the Each defendant Is hereby Nassau County Ta Collector CORNER OF SECTION 38
SESSION KENNETH E. QUATTLEBAUM accommodation to partcl- ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU decedent and otherpersons required to servd written 86130 License Road AFOREMENTIONED AND RUN
Defendants. and SHERRY QUATTLEBAUM, pate in this proceeding are COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, having claims or demands defenses, If any, and request Fernandina Beach, Florida NORTH 87 DEGREES 31' EAST
RE-NOTICE OF Plaintiff, entitled, atnocost, tothe pro- 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, against aecedent's estate a hearing, If desired, to said 32034 ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE vs. vision of certain assistanoe. FL on the 1 st day of May, 2012, must file their claims w ith this Petition on: You are hereby notified that SAID SECTION A DISTANCE OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN JOHNNY BENJAMIN SMALL Please contact the Clerk of between the hours of 11:00 court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER ROBERT E CASE, ESQUIRE the Petitioner filed Its Petition 299.70 FEETTOA POINTWHERE
pursuant to a Final Summary ESTATE; AJl of the unknown Circuit Court, at (904) 630-2039 a.m.and 2:00 p.m.TheClerkof THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- Eminent Domain and itsDedaraton ofTaklng in. SAID NORTH LINE IS INTERJudgment'dated October 4, heirs, successors, creditors, within 2 working days of your Court's Office Policy is to hold CATIOIM OF THIS NOTICE. Department this Court against you as SECTED BY THE EAST RIGHT OF 2010 and entered in CimI Case and assigns of JOHNNY BEN- receipt of this notice. If you are the sale at 11:30 a.m. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH- Department Of defendants, seeking to con- WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD NO. No. 48-2009-CA-000757 of the JAMIN SMALL and al per- hearing or voice impaired, JOHN A. CRAWFORD INTHE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH Transportation demn by eminent domain pro- 107 (A 100 FOOT RIGHT OF
Circuit Court of the Fourth sons claiming by, through, please call: 1-800-955-8771. NASSAU COUNTY IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE 1 109South Marion Avenue ceedlings the above descrlb- WAY) RUN THENCE SOUTH 1
Judicial Circuit in and for under or against said JOHN- Dated this 15 day of March, CLERK OF COURT FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL -Lake City Florida 32025-5874 ed property located In the DEGREE 47'EAST-ALONG SAID
Nassau County. Florida, where- NY'BENJAMIN SMALL THEL- 2012. BY: RHODA GOODWIN, BE FOREVER BARRED. (38 ) 758-3731 State of Florida, County of RIGHT OF WAY A DISTANCE OF
in BANK OF AMERICA N.A. Is MA L SMALL ESTATE; All of the Clerk of Court DEPUTY CLERK NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIME on or before, April 20, 2012, Nassau. 530.0 FEET TO A POINT WHERE
Plaintiff, and AMEIA-SURF ,& ---urlkotn heirs, successors By: s/Tracy Poore If you are a person with dis- _P pERiD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY arId file t1v{t '-*6t c.Ou arefurfhj i 4lfed that SAID EAST RIGHT OF WAYIS RACQUET CLUB-ASSOCATION, ; lts,Ottd dsgnsof Deputy Clerk b ili Who raebii9t.y.a9ccom-,. ., ]MFIO TWQ (2) YEARS C 4N of i "or Jroh thbt the elor 11llpytoThe NTERSECTED BY THE: N
INC,; CHARLES D. MCCANN; THELMA L SMALL and all per- EXHIBIT A modaton In orIder to partilc- OR "MORE 'AFTER THE 6ECE- date, to show cause what Honorable Brian J. Davis, one RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF DURTESSA OLIVIA SISSON; JOHN sons claiming by through, A PORTION OF THE EAST pate iA thi proceeding, you DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS right, title, interest, or lienyou or of the judges of this Court, on DEN ROAD ( A 32 FOOTRIGHT
DOE AND JANE DOE AS under or against said THEL- ONE-HALF (E 1/2) OF THE are entitled, at no cost to you, BARRED, any of you have In and to the the 3rd day of July, 2012, at OF WAY) RUN THENCE NORTH
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POS- MAL. SMALL LAVERNE NORTHWEST ONE-QUARTER to the provision of certain asss- The date of first publication property described In the petl- 11:00 a.m., In the Nassau 87 DEGREES 09' EAST ALONG
SESSION, are Defendants. HOOPER; and VINCENT (NW 1/4) OF SECTION 15, tance. Please contact the of this notice is: 03/20/2012. tlon and to show cause, If any County Historic Courthouse, SAID NORTH RIGHT OF WAY A
I will sell to the highest bid- HOOPER, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE 23 ADA Coordinator at (914) 548- Signed on March 03, 2012. you have, why the property Fernandina beach, Rorlda, for DISTANCE OF 550.0 FEET TO AM
derfor cash at Nassau County Defendant. EAST, NASSAUCOUNTY, FLORI- 4600 press 0, at least 7 days Robert H, Trudeau shouldnot becondemnedfor an Order of Taking In this IRON PIPE FOR THE POINT, OF
Judicial Annex located at NOTICE OF DA. SAID PORTION BEING before your scheduled court Attorneys for Personal the uses and purposes set forth cause. All defendants to this BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT
76347 Veterans Way. Yulee- ACTION PROPERTY MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIB- appearance, or immediately Representative In the Petition. If you fall to suftmay request a hearing at ,,OF BEGINNING, THUS
Florida 2097, on April 25, 2012, TO: All of the unknown heirs, ED AS FOLLOWS: upon receiving this notifica- Email: answer, a default may be the time and place deslgnat- DESCRIBED, CONTINUE
at 11:30a.m., on the following successors, creditors, and FOR A POINT OF REFERENCE, tion If the time before the rtrudeau@jatalaw.com entered against you for the ed and be heard.Any defen- NORTH87 DEGREES 09' EAST described read properly as set assigns of JOHNNY BENJAMIN COMMENCE AT THE NE COR- scheduled appearance Is less Florida Bar No. 0889091 relief demanded In the petl- dant failing to ile a request for ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY forth In said Find Summary SMALL and all persons claim- NER OF THE 1W 1/4 AFORE- than7 aays;Ifyouare hearing PURCELL FLANAGAN, HAY & tion. If you fail to request a hearingshalwalveanyrg'htto UNE A DISTANCE OF 200.0 FEET Judgment, to-wit: Ing by, through, under or SAID AND RUN SOUTH 00 orvoiceImpaired, call711. GREENEPA. hearing on the Petition for objecttotheOrderofTakng. TO AN IRON PIPE, RUNTHENCE
UNIT B-t35, AMELIA SURF & against said JOHNNY BEN- DEGREES 09 MINUTES.30 SEC- 4t 03-28-2012 & 04-04-11-18- 1548 Lancaster Terrace Order ofTakrng, you shell waive AND NORTH 1 DEGREE 47' WEST A
RACQUET CLUB Ill, A CONDO- JAMIN SMALL THELMA L. ONDS EAST ALONG THE EAST 2012 Jacksonville, FL 32204 any right to object to said Each defendant Is hereby DISTANCE OF 130.0 FEETTO AN
MINIUM, TOGETHER WITH AN SMALL ESTATE; All of the LINE OF SAID QUARTER FOR A 0492 Telephone: (904) 355-0355 Order of Taking. required to serfre written IRON PIPE RUN THENCE NORTH
UNDIVIDED SHARE IN THOSE unknown heirs successors, DISTANCE OF 2,023.76 FEET; ----------- Telecopier: (904) 355-0820 WITNESS MY HAND AND defenses, If any, and request a 87 DEGREES 09' WEST A DISCOMMON ELEMENTS APPUR- creditors, and assigns of THEL- RUN THENCE SOUTH 82 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 'JAMES FRAZIER OVER SEAL of this court on the 20th hearing, if desired, to said TANCE OF 200 FEET TO AN
TENANT THERETO, ACCORDING MA L. SMALL and all persons DEGREES 34 MINUTES 25 SEC- NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA Personal Representative day of March, 2012. Petition on: IRON PIPE RUN THENCE SOUTH
TO THE DECLARATION OF claiming by, through, under or BONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF PROBATE DIVISION 2974 Park Square Place JOHN A. CRA[VFORD ROBERT E. CASE ESQUIRE I DEGREE47'EASTA DISTANCE
CONDOMINIUM RECORDED IN against said THELMA L SMAU, 302.42 FEET, RUN THENCE FILE NO.: 12-CP-50 Fernandina Beach FL 32034 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Eminent Domain OF 130.0 FEET TOTHE POINT OF
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 392, and LAVERNE HOOPER -. SOUTH 00 DEGREES 05MINUTES DIVISION: B 2t 03-28-2012 & 04-04-2012 COURT Department BEGINNING.TOGETHERWITH A
PAGE 450, PUBLIC RECORDS Resdence unknown, iflIving, 11 SECONDS EASTA DISTANCE IN RE: ESTATE OF EARLE S. 0497 NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA Department Of 1995 MOBILE HOME VIN NO.
OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA including ana unknown OF 215.0 FEETTOTHE POINT OF McKAY, ......... By: /s/ Amanda Stearn Transportation -GAFLR05A22927CW. A/K/A
AND ANY AMENDMENTS spoLuse of the said Defendants, BEGINNING. Deceased. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. Deputy Clerk 1 109South Marion-Avenue 96135 DURDEN ROAD YULEE,
THERETO. If either has remarried and If FROM THE POINT OF BEGIN- NOTICE TO CREDITORS FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, If you are a person with a Lake City, Florida 32025-8874 FL 32097
This property is located at either or both of said NING THUS DESCRIBED CON- The administration of the IN AND FOR disability who needs any 1 (386) 758-3731 has been filed against you
the Street-address of: 4800 Defendant(s) are dead, their TINUE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 05 estate of EARLE S. McKAY, NASSAUCOUNTY. FLORIDA accommodation In order to on or before, April 20, 2012, and you are required to serve AMELIA ISLAND PARKWAY, UNIT respective unknown heirs, MINUTES 11 SECONDS EAST A deceased, File Number 12-CP- CASE NO: 12-CA-182 participate In this proceeding and tile theoriginals with the acopyofyourwrittendefensB-135, FERNANDINA BEACH, FL devisees, grantees, assignees, DISTANCE OF 288.59 FEET TO 50, Is pending In the Circuit DIVISION: A you are entitled, at no cost to Clerk of this Court on that es, If any, to Adam G. Levine, 32034. creditors, llenors, and trustees, THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY Court for Nassau County, STATE OF FLORIDA DEPART- you, to the-provislon of certaI date, to show cause what Esq. at VAN NESS LAW FIRM,
ffyou area person claiming and all other persons claim- LINE OF STATE ROAD S-108 (A Florida, Probate Division, the MENT OFTRANSPORTATION, assIsts nce. Please contact rlght, ttle, lnterest,orlienyouor PA., Attorney for the Plaintiff, a right to funds remaining after Ing by, through, under or 100 FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY) RUN address of which Is Nassau Petitioner, Clerk of the Circuit Court, anyofyouhave In and to the whose address Is 1239 E. NEWthe sale, you must file a claim against the name Defen- THENCE IN A WESTERLY DIREC- County Courthouse, 76347 vs. 76347 Veterans Way, Yulee, property described In the petl- PORT CENTER DRIVE, SUITE
with the clerk no later than 60 dont(s), and the aforem'en- TION ALONG SAID RIGHT OF Veterans'WpySuIte456,Yulee, ESTATE OF G.E. PRINCE, Florida, Telephone: (904) 548- flon and to show cause. Ifany #110, DEERFIELD BEACH, FL daysafter the sale.if you failto tioned named Defendant(s) WAYANDALONGTHEARC OF Florida 32097.The names and deceased; et al., 4600, at least 7 days before you have, why the property 33442on or before May4 2012
file aclaim youwill not be entl- and such of the aforemen- A CURVE CONCAVE TO THE addresses ofthe personal rep- Defendants. your scheduled court appear- should not becondemnedfor a date which is within thirty
fled to any remaining funds. tloned unknown Defendants SOUTHERLY HAVING A RADIUS resentative and the personal NOTICE TO SHOW CAUSE once or Immediately upon the uses and purposesset forth (3M) days after the first publiAfter 60 days. only the owner and such of the aforemen- OF 1,452.39 FEETA CHORD DIS- representative's attorney are AND NOTICE OF SUIT receiving this nottifcation Ifthe In the Petition. If you fall to catlon of this Notice In the of record as ofthe date of the ionep unknown Defendants TANCE OF 96.25 FEET TO THE set forth below. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: time before the scheduled answer, a default may be NEWS LEADERand~fletheorgUs Pendens may claim the sur- -as md~y be Infants, Incompe- POIUINT OF TANGENCY ( THE ALL CREDITORS ARE NOTI- To atl said defendants who -appearance is less than 7 entered against you for the hdInl theClerk ofthls Cour't plus. tents or otherwise not sul luris. BEARING OF THE AFORESAID FlED THAT are' living, and if any or all days; if you are hearing or relief demanded In the petl- either before service on the
WITNESS myhand and seal --YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED CHORD BEING NORTH 87 All creditors of the dece- defendants are deceasecthe voice impaired, call 711I. tlon, If you fal to request a. Plaintiffs attorney or Immediof the court on March 16, 2012. ffhatanactlontoquietttftethe DEGREES 35 MINUTES 05 SEC- dent and other persons having unknown spouse. .heirs, 2t03-28-2012 & 04-04-2012 hearing on the Pettion for -ately thereafter; otherwise a JOHNA.CRAWFORD tastothefollowlngpropertyin aNDS WEST; RUN THENCE claims or demands against devisees, grantees, creditors. 0498 OrderefTaldrgyoush-dv:dle defasitwllbeenteredagdn#t
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Nassau County, Florida: NORTH 89 DEGREES 26 MIN- decedents estate on whom a tenors. or other parties claim-...... any rIght to object to said you for the relief demandedlin
By: /s/ Tracy Po~re Parcel A: UTES 42 SECONDS WEST. CON- copy of this notice is served ing by, through, under or 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Order of Taling. the complaint. This notice is
Deputy Clerk Lot Three (3) of an unrecord- TINUlNG ALONG SAID RIGHT must file their claims with this against any such deceased FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, WITNESS MY HAND AND provided -to AdmInistrative
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ed plot of 5 acres of the OF-WAYADISTANCEOF165.67 Court WITHIN THE LATER 'OF defendant or defendants, If INANDFOR -SEAL of~thls court on the 20h Order, No.2065
AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES Waterman Mill Grant situate. FEET TO THE BEGINNING OF A THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE alive, and, if dead, theIr NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA day of March 2012. 9I Itfyou are apersn with a
-ACT,fyouare'apersonwltha lying andbeinglinSectlon44, CURVE CONCAVE TO THE OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS unknown spouse, heirs. CASE NO: 12-CA-183 JOHNA.CRA wFr-oD disabIlity who needs any
disability who needs any Township 2 North. Range 2. NORTHEASTERLY HAVING A NOTICE ORTHIRTY DAYS AFTER devisees. legatees, grantees, DIVISION: A CLERK OFHE CIRCUIT COURT accommodation In order to
accommodation in order to Sold Lot Three being on the RADIUS OF 50.00 FEET; RUN THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A creditors, Iienors orother par- STATE OFFLODRIDA DEPART- NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA particlpateinthbsproceeding,participatelinthls proceeding, north side of SR 200 and lying THENCE IN A NORTHEASTERLY COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON -ties claiming by, through, MENT OF TRANSPORTATION., By: /s/Amanda Steamn you are entltted, at no cost to you are entitled, at no cost to between the lots owned by DIRECTION ALONG THE ARC THEM. under, or against any such Petitioner Deputy Clerk youtothe provisional certaIn
you, certain assistance, Please Andrew Thom~s apda Fred -OF SAID CURVE AND SAID All other creditors of the deceased defendant or vs. I you are a person with a assistance.To request such an
contact Court Administrator Harrell. The above descrioed RIGHT-OF-WAY A CHORD DIS- decedentand persons hav- -defendants, and all other par- ESTATE OF G.E. PRINCE dlsablilty who needs any accommodation, please cqnat (904) 630-2564 at least 7 lots has a frontage on SR 200 TANCE OF 63.60 FEET TO THE ing claims or demands against ties having or claiming to have deceased; et a.., accommodation In order to tact Court Administration at working days before your of Sixty feet (60') and a depth POINT OF COMPOUND CURVE the decedent's estate must any rlght, title or interest in and Defendants participatein this proceedng, -leastthree business days prior scheduled court appearance, of One Itlundred and Twenty ON THE EASTERLY RIGHT- OF- file theli claims with this Court to the properly described in NOTICE TO SHOW CAUSE you are entitled, at no cost to to the required service by or Immediately upon receiv- feet (1 20'), less that portion of WAY ALUNE OF STATE ROAD NO. WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER the-Petition, to-wit: AND NOTICE OF SUIT you, to the provision of certdln using one of the following ing this notification If the time the above described proper- 'S-121 (A 100.00 FOOT RIGHT- THE DATE OF FIRST PUIBLICA- Item #21 07124 STATE OF FLORIDA TO: assistance. Please contact methods: Phone (904) 630before the scheduled appear- ty which has been taken for OF-WAY) AND ALONG THE TION OF THIS NOTICE. Parcels 111 To-all said defendants who -Clerk of the Circuit Court, 2864; Fax (904) 630-1146;
anceIs less than 7days; if you right of way purposes. ARC OF AFORESAID CURVE ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS SR 200 (A1A) -NASSAU are lving. and if any or all -76347 Veterans Way Yulee, 1TD/TTY (800) 985-8770
are hearing or voice impaired. Parcel B: -CONCAVE TO THE EASTERLY NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV- -COUNTY defendants are deceased, the Florida Telephone: (904) 548- (Florida relay Servirce). E-Mallcall 711. Lot Four (4) of an unrecord- HAVING A RADIUS OF 5,679.58 ER BARRED. PARCEL 111 -unknown spouse, heirs. 4600, at least 7 days before crtlntrp@coJ.net.
2t103-28-2012 & 04-04-2012 ed plat of 5 acres of the FEET A CHORD DISTANCE OF The date of first Publication Of -All heirs, beneficIaries, devi4sees, grantees, creditors, your scheduled court appear- WITNESSmy hand and the 0486 Waterman MIll-Grant situate. 196.40 FEET TO THE POINT OF 'this Noticeis March 28th, 2012. devisees, legatees, spouses lenorsorothler parties claim- ance or immediately upon seal ofthis Courtthb 15dayof
..........lying anad eing in Section 44, TANGENCY (THE BEARING OF Attorney for Personal, and creditors of G.E PRINCE, Ing by, through, under or receiving this notification if the March,2012.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Township 2 North. Range 2. THE AFORESAIDCHORD BEING Representative: a/k/a GEORGE E. PRINCE. against any such deceased time before the scheduled JOHN A.CRAWFORD
IN AND FOR Sold Lot Three being on the NORTH 8 DEGREES 34 MINUTES -KATHRYN KNEE. Esquire a/k/a GEORGE EDWARD defendant or defendants. If -appearance is less than 7 CLERK OF COURT
NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA north side of SR 200 and lying 20 SECONDS WEST). RUN FloriaaBar No.: 849571 ,PRINCE deceased alive, and, if dead, their days; if you are hearing or BY /s/ Pame Jones
CASE NO.: 11-000691 -CA between the lots owned by THENCE NORTH 82 DEGREES KATHRYN KNEE. PA. All heirs, beneficiaries, devise-, unknown spouse. n~irs, VOice impaired, call 711. A Deputy Clerk
WELLS FARGO BANK NA, Andrew Thomas and Frea 09 MINUTES 18 SECONDS EAST 1027 South 8th Street -es, legatees, spouses and de Iisees, legatees, grantees, 21 03-28-2012 & 04-04-2012 2t104-04-1 1-201Q
Plaintiff. Harrell. The above described A DISTANCE OF 341 .63 FEET TO Fernanamna Beach, FL 32034 creditors of GIDEON ALFRED creditors, lienors, or other par- 0499 0503
vs. lots has a frontage on SR 200 THE POINT OF BEGINNING.. (904) 491-1781 PRINCE, deceased ties claiming by, through. ....
HECTOR RODRIGUEZ A/K/A of Sity /feet (60') and a depth 21 03-28-2012 & 04-04-2012 Personal Representative: All heirs. beneficiares, devise- under, or against any such IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NOTICE OF SALE
HECTOR G. RODRIGUEZ SHAN- of One Hundred and Twenty 0489 -ANITA FRECH es. legatees, SPOUSES and deceased defendant or 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Pursuant to Chapter 83,
NON T RODRIGUEZ UNKNOWN, feet (120'). less that portion of 5 B Jane Lacey Drive creditors of VASHTI PRINCE defendants and all other par- FOR NASSAU COUNTY,. Past IV
TENANT I. UNKNOWN TENANT IIL the above described proper- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,. Endicott, NY 13769 HUBBARD, aeceased ties having or claiming to have FLORIDA Notice is given pursuant to
HICKORY VILLAGE HOME- ty which has been taken for FOURTH 21 03-28-2012 & 04-04-2012 -All heirs, beneficiaries, devise- any right, title or Interest In and CIVIL DIVISION Self Storage Facillty Act, Florida
*OWNERS ASSOCIATION. INC., right of way purposes; JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 0493 es, legatees. SPOUSES and to the property .described in -CASE NO,: .1 I-CA-379 Statues. Chapter 83. Part IV,
and any unknown heirs. This, action has been fled IN AND FOR---------------------- creditors of WILUAM HUBBARD the Petition, ta-wt: ONEWEST BANK, FSB, that AAAA Self Storage, a self
devisees, grantees. creditors, against you and you are NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT deceased Item #21 07123 Plaintiff, storage faclllty, will sell bo uc-anda other unknown persons required to serve 0-copy of CASE NUMBER: 12-CP-54 OF THE Al hers, benefidmories, devise- Parcels 733/81 3. vs. -- tion to the highest bidder the
or unknown spouses claiming written defense, if any, to ta n DIVISION: B FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT es, legatees. SpouseS and SR 200 (AlA) -UNKNOWN HEIRS AND OR BEN- contents of spaces noTed to
by through and under any of Jon C. Lasserre, P.., Pintiff's -IN RE: ESTATE OF IN AND FOR creditors of KETHIA C. PRINCE NASSAU COUNTY EFICIARIES OF THE ESTATE OF the following lessees:
the above-named atorney, whose address Is 15 PATRICLA ANN KEENAN, NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA BOWMAN deceased PARCEL 733/813 RUBY DELL CHARLTON, et a, Perry M, Ide
Defendants, South 4Th Street, Fernandina Deceasea. CASE NO.:'08-CA-10 All heirs. beneficiaries, All heirs, beneficares, devse- Defendants. Unit #077
Defendants. Beach, Florida 32034 on or NOTICE TO CREDITORS VIRTUAL REALTY ENTERPRISES. aevisees, Iigatees, spouses es, legatees, spouses and NOTICE OF ACTION Boses and Tools
NOTICE OF ACTION before April 20, 2012. and file (SUMMARY ADMINISTRATION) L L.C., a Miss6uri lirifted llabili- and creditors of IRENE PRINCE creditors of G.E. PRINCE, a/k/a TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS AND OR The sale wIll be held at;
TO. the original with the clerk of TO: ALL'- PERSONS HAVING ty company, -ROBERTS GEORGE E, PRINCE a/k/a BENEFICIARIES OF THE ESTATE AAAA Self Storage faclity
HECTOR RODRIGUEZ A/K/A this court either before serv- CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Plaintiff, All heirs, beneficiaries, devise- GEORGE EDWARD PRINCE. OF RUBY DELL CHARLTO N located at 1830 S. 8th Street.
HECTOR G. RODRIGUEZ Ice on the Plaintitfs attorney or AGAINsT THE ABOVE EsTATE v. es. legatees, spouses ana decedsed LAST ADDRESS uNKNOWVN Fernandlna Beach, FL 32034.
86161 SAND HICKORY TRAIL Immediately thereafter; oth- Youare hereby notmtledthat WATERMAN'S BLUFF INVEST- creditors ofMATTHEW PRINCE, Alheirs beneficiaries, devise- CURRENT RESIDENCE Nassqau County at 10.00 am YULEE, FL32097 erwise a default will ae -an Order of Summary MINTS, LLC, a Florida limited deceased es, legatees. spouses and UNKNOWN onl17m of Aprl2012.
OR entered against you for the 'Adninstration has been ability company F/K/A GART- All hers, aeneiciaries devise- creditors of GIDEON ALFRED YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an 21 03-28-2012 & 04-04-2012
FIPROToNTHERAPYINST relief demanded in the enteredintheEstateofPATR- NERS PROPERTIES, LLC., a es, legatees. spouses ana PRINCEdeceased action for Foreclosure of 0495
2015 JEFFERSON ST Complaint. CIA ANN KEENAN Deceased, Florida limited liability cam- -creditors of GRACE PRINCE Aliheirs beneficiaries devse- Mortgage on the following
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32206 Doted on March 14, 2012. Tie Number 1 2-CP-54, by the pany STRIcKLAND HOLL.AWAY, All hers. beneflciaries, devise- es, legatees, spouses and described property: LEGAL'NOTICE
OR tJohn A. Crawford circuit Court of Nassau county. JR.. PAMELA M. HOLLOWAY es, legatees. spouses ana creditors of VASHTI PRINCE LOT 10-8 OF NATURE'S WALC DEADLINE NOON
26850 WILLiE HODGES RD As Clerk of the Court Florida. Probate Division, the AMELIA ISLAND VENTURES. creditors at GEORGE LORENO HUBBARD, deceased ACCORDING TO THE PLAT FIRDAYS
HILUARD, FL 32046 By /s/ Tracy Poore address of which is 76347 INC., a foreign corporation. PRINCE All heirs, beneficiares, devise- THEREOF AS RECORDED IN"
OR As Deputy Clerk Veterans Way,Yulee, FL 32034.; and UNKNOWN OwNERS/TEN- All hers. beneficaries devise- es legatees. spouses and PLAT BOOKS. PAGES 202-203 LEGAL NOTICES
12301 KERNAN FOREsT BLVD In accordance with the That the date of death of the ANTS IN POSSESSION, es, legatees. spouses ana .creomtorsofWILIAMHuBBARD OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
APT 2104 AmertcanswthDisabilltlesAct, Deceaent was June 4. 2011; Defendants, creditors of DAISY PRINCE, deceased NASSAU COUN1Y, FLORIDA CONTINUED ON
JACKSONVILLE. FL 32225 persons needing a special That the total value of the NOTICE OF SALE d eceased All heirs, beneficiaries, desise- has been filed against you
SHANNON T. RODRIGUEZ accommodation to partidl- Estate is less than $35.000.00. Noticq is hereby g yen that. All heirs. aeneficiaries, aevwse- es, legatees. "spouses and and you are required to serve NEXT PAGE
86161 SAND HICKORY TRAIL pate nthsproceedlngshoiuld exclualng homestead and pursuant to an order of es. legatees, spouses and creditors of KETHIA C. PRINCE ocopyofyourwriftenaefens-





10A WEDNESDAY. APRIL'4 2012 NEWS News-Leader



POLICE REPORT

This was written by Garrett Pelican Ham burglar with a stun gun and arrested March 24 drinking. She told emergency dispatch 0 Shelly Ann Snyder, 41, 95181
of the News-Leader from oral and writ- after he struck a deputy and a nurse personnel she and husband were Alligator Creek Road, Fernandina
ten reports by the Nassau County Sheriffs A Fernandina Beach man was while trying to leave the hospital, involved in a road rage incident. Beach, March 23, Nassau capias, conOffice, the city of Fernandina Beach arrested late Thursday after authori- according to a deputy's report. Deputies said Bullard failed sever- spire to traffic synthetic narcotic cornPolice Department and other agencies. ties caught him leaving Krystal Burger Deputies said Randall Kyle al field sobriety exercises and blew bine with another bond $50,002, crimArrest indicates suspicion of a crime, on Sadler Road with the restaurant's Freeman, reportedly unresponsive and 0.208 and 0.205 on breath tests. The inal attempt solicit conspire first-degree
notguilt. cash tills in hand, according to a police under the influence of narcotics, was limit i Florida is 0.08. felony bond $50,0M2, obtain or attempt
Anyone with information about crim- report. transported to Baptist Medical Center Bullard, of 97482 Pirates Way, is to obtain controlled substance by fraud
inal activity can contact the Fernandina Michael Joseph Wellmaker, 40, was Nassau about 2 a.m. charged with child endangerment and bond $10,002.
Beach Police Department at277-7342 or seen standing next to the drive-through Freeman, 25, became belligerent driving under the influence. IN Corey Albert Osborne,36, 54537
the Nassau County Sheriffs Office anony- window after hours about midnight, while in hospital care and tried to leave $US 1, Hilliard, March*23, Nassau
mously by calling 225-0147 in Yulee and with two metal boxes in hand and the several times, deputies said. They phys- Felony arrests County warrant, violation of probation
Fernandina Beach or 879-2136 in window ajar, police said. When police ically restrained him and returned him E Branden Gene Shriner, 18,94050 possession of controlled substanceCallahan, Hilliard and Bryceville. approached, Wellmaker fled on foot to his bed on multiple occasions, Willow Oak Lane, April 1, trespass at no bond.
behind the restaurant and discarded deputies said. posted construction site, possession of N Christopher Wayne Rountree, 30,
High-speedchase the metal boxes. Following more escape attempts, less than 20 grams of marijuana, pos- 37363 Cody Circle, Apt G-3, Hilliard,
A Yulee man was arrested Friday on Police said the drive-through win- deputies drew a stun gun and struck session of drug paraphernalia. March 23, Nassau County warrant, vioa list of charges following a high-speed dow had been forced open, with fresh him in the chest with a charge, accord- 0 Michael Hunter Potts, 28,94544 lation of probation child abuse/resistpursuit of his all-terrain vehicle, police pry marks from a large tool. Following ing to the report. Afterward, he put a Duck Lake Drive, April 1, driving while ing officer with violence, battery on said. Gary Norman Montgomery, 36, a trail of loose change left by the bur- cigarette in his mouth, chewed it and license suspended or revoked habit- law enforcement officer.
was racing his red four-wheeler glar, police found the two cash boxes. spit it at a nurse's head, deputies said. ual traffic offender. 0 Edward Fralnchot Manning, 26,
through ditches about 3:40 p.m. on Police later found Wellmaker hid- Paramedics restrained Freeman, 0 Leonard Allan Cook, 23, 76070 Jacksonville, March 23, Nassau capias,
Ashley Avenue at high speeds during ing inside a thick palmetto bush at the prompting him to kick a deputy in the Harley Court, Yulee, April 1, driving sale or delivery of cocaine -bond
school hours when deputies spotted intergection of Sadler and Will Hardee groin, the report said. Deputies while license suspended or revoked $25,002, sale of cocaine- bond $25,002.
him, the report stated. roads alorig with a hammer and a glove, stunned him once more and he calmed habitual traffic offender. Jim Junior Wilson, 35,552026 US
Despite blue patrol lights in his Wellmaker, of 94535 Duck Lake down enough for hospital staff to U James Edward Hopkins Jr., 30,. 1', Hilliard, March 28, obtain prescriprearview mirror, he pressed on, skirt- Drive, is charged with burglary to a restrain him. 37115 Cody Circle, Apt. M1, Hilliard, tion by fraud no bond.
ing several stop signs by cutting across business, possession of burglary tools Freeman, of 1727 Pheasant Lane, is April 1, batty second or subsequent 0 James Ryan McKinney, 21, 55801
a ditch at Ashley Avenue and Brooke and obstruction by a disguised person. charged with battery on a law enforce- offense domestic. Bear Run Road, Callahan, March 28,
Street, traveling north on Brooke ment officer, battery on medical staff, E Jose Luis Rodriguez, 51, 630 Duval County warrant, battery- bond
Street, turning west onto Radio Avenue School vandalism resisting an officer with violence and South 12th St., Fernandina Beach, $10,003, criminal mischief bond
and then peeling through another ditch A vandal drove a car through the possession of a controlled substance March 31, possession of cocaine, attach $2,503.
at Radio Avenue and Art Wilson Lane, main gate at'Yulee High School after without a prescription, tag not assigned. N Timothy Allen BIount, 28, 3117,
deputies said. hours March 25 and carved circles on Clhilde 'dalgUe 0 Lamont's Rashamell Bolden, 23, BarbaraLane, Hilliard, March 28, Duval
With the wail of a police siren in the school's football field, according -- -----n- T ent. Folkston, Ga., March 30, fugitive from County warrant, dealing in stolen proptow, he glanced back several times dur- to a deputy's report. A Yulee woman arrested for driving justice no bond, out of state warrant. erty bond $50,003.
ing the pursuit before losing deputies Betwee,n 5:30 p.m. March 25 and 6 under the influence March 24 racked U Cary Anthony Taylor, 30, 45030 0 Robert Daniel Carreon, 21,
byjumping a dirt hill while headed east a.m. March 26, someone drove a vehi- up an additional charge when a child Vera Ave., No. 14, Callahan, March 30, Charlotte, N.C., March 27, dealing in
toward Miner Road, deputies said. cle through the fencing and tracked was found in the car with her, accord- domestic battery no bond, Duval stolen property bond $5,002, petit
Not long after, deputies arrived at up the football field and adjoining prac- ing to a deputy's report.' County warrant. theft\, bond $502,'Nassau Capias.
Montgomery's 85237 Megan St. resi- tice field before trying to knock over a Deputies responding to an incident N Phyllis Helena Cook, 47, 97320 -N Rosetta Mamie Nasrueloh, 31,
dence, as he is known to drive a red billboard near the field, deputies said. of road rage about 11 p.m. said they Cookville Road, Yulee, March 30, con- Clearwater, March 27, violation of proATV, they said. Deputies said the billboard did not found Stephanie Morgan Buillard smell- tempt of court no bond. bastion assault/child abuse no bond,
Montgomery is charged with flee- fall, but its supporting structure was ing of alcohol with a flushed'face and. 0 Ronald Edwin Downs, 29, 27088 out of state warrant.
ing and eluding, reckless driving, driv- damaged. bloodshot, watery eyes and with her Montana St., Hilliard, March 24, lewd E Edward Raymond Smith, 27,
ing while license suspended or revoked 3-year'-old daughter inside her NissaA. battery on person 12 or older and less 54125 Eva .Court, Callahan, March 27,
with knowledge and no motor vehicle Stun -gun used Bullaqd, 30, told deputies she was at than 16 years old, Duval .County war- burglary, domestic battery.
registration. A Fernandina Beach man was shot a friends home and had not been rant. gpelican@fbnevwsleader.com




LEGAL NOTICES

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Page Governmental Complex the Petition, to-wit 1109 South Marion Avenue as PDI Al A North; groundwo- East, known as Beacon Hils; by U.S mail or e-moIl). A sub- NASSAU LAKES OWNERS ASSOOF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL. regarding the following Item#2107124 Lake City, Florlda 32025-5874 ter from FAS Upper Floridan groundwater from FAS Upper stantlal objection' means a CIATION, INC.; UNKNOWNTENCIRCUIT. IN AND FOR described property In Nassau Parcel 108 386/961-7530 Aquifer via 1 active well in St., Floridan Aquifer via 3 active written statement directed to ANT (S); and UNKNOWN TENNASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA County Florida: SR 200 (AlA) -Nassau County on or beforeApril 29, 2012, Johns,' ,County' located In wells In Duval County, located the District that identifies the ANT (S); IN POSSESSION OFTHE
CASE NO. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Tax Parcel No. 24-2N-28-000- and file the originals with the Section: 31, Township: 5 South. In Section: 52, Township: 2 objector, concerns hydrologic SUBJECT PROPERTY, are defen45-2010-CA-001041 Tax Parcel #'s 50-3N-28-5280- 0029-0000 Clerk of this Court on that Range' 30. East Section: 6. South, Range: 27 East, known or environmental impacts of. dants. The Clerk of this Court
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC, 0001-[01Aand 60-3N-28-5280- A Part of Section 24, date, to show cause what Township: 6 South, Range: 30 as Lovegrove; groundwater the proposed consumptive shall sell to The highest and 7406 Fullerton Street, Suite 201, 0001 -003A Township 2 North, Range 28 righttitle, Interest, orlienyo or East, known as PDLA1A'South; from FAS Upper & Lower use, and relatesto applicable best 'bidder for cash at the
JJqcksonville, Florida Location and/or street East, Nassau County, Florida. any of you have in and to the groundwaterfromFAS ,Upper Floridan Aquifer via 4 active rule criterla.A timely substan- MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE NASPlaintiff, address: 96000 Block of Being More Particularly property described In the & Lower FloridanAquifervia 2 wells; groundwater from FAS- tal objection will cause the SAU COUNTYJUDICIALANNEX
vs. Glenwood Road,Yulee, Florida Described ,s Follows: Petition and to show cause, If active wells; groundwater from Upper Floridan Aquifer via I Standard General conspmp- 76347 VETERANSWAY, YULEE FL
CURTIS W. BRAY, JR, MARY A. 32097, properties owned by Commence At the any'you have, why the prop- FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via active well In Duval County five use permit-application to 32097,11:30AM on the 6th day
BRAY, THE UNKNOWN TENANTS "Jack and Connie Barniak Southwest Corner Of Section erty should not be con- 6actve wells in Duval County, located in Sections: 16and 56, be considered anapaplcation of June, 2012, fhe following IN POSSESSION OF 36153 Rustic I The property Is-now zohed: 24, Township 2 North, Range demned for the uses and pur- located In Sections: 18 and 7, Township: 3 South, Range: 27 for an Individual consumptive described proper as set forth Acres, Callahan Florida 32011, Residentla Single Family 1 (RS- 28 Sost, Nassau County Florida, poses set forth in the Petition. Township: 3 South, Range! 28 Etst, known as Brierwood; use permit. If the District in said Final Judgment, to wit: ALLTEL COMMUNICATIONS, 1) Thence North 03 Degrees 34 If you fall to answer, a default East; Sections: 13 and 24, groundwater from FAS Upper receives a timely substantial LOT 28, RESERVE AT NASSAU
INC., A Florida Corporation, Planning andZoning Board Minutes 38 Seconds West, may oe entered against you Township: 3 South, Range: 27 & Lower Floridan Aquifer via 4 objectionfrom you, then you LAKES, ACCORDING TO THE d/b/a ALLTELL MOBILE, and action: Section 3.04(B)3 of the Along The Westerly Line Of for the relief demanded in the East, known as Deerwood 3; proposed. wells in Duval will receive written notice of PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED NASSAU COUNTYA POLITICAL Zoning Code (Ordinance 97- Soid Section 24, A Distance Of Petition.lfyou failto request a groundwater from FAS- Upper County, located in Sections: the District's Intended decl- IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 360-365 SUBDIVISION OF THE STATE OF 19, as amended) allows the 1,074.08 Feet ToThe Centerline hearing on the Petition for Floridan Aquifer via 2 active 23,24,25 and 26, Township: 1 slon onthe permitaoplication. OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF FLORIDA, I Planningand Zoning Board to Of Survey Of State Road No. Order of Taklng, you shall waive wells in Duval County, located North, Range: 26 East,.knoW, 'Decisions on indlvILOI con- NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Defendants. submit written recoffimenda- 200 (AlA) (Per Florida any right to object to said in Sectlon: 33, Township' I as Northwest, groundwater sumptive use permit appllca- ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
NOTICE OF SALE tons to the Board of County., Department Of Transportation, Order of Taking. SouthRange: 27 East, known from FAS Upper & Lower tons will be made byy the INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
I ,S HEREIp_.,.GIisspA' Sectop,$apf,,,,, S o ,yJTrESS IA, D ALC) SEAL as Woodmere; grounclwaterv. 'For ld nAquj(p1.vya 8.act ,i: ,D)stlptsGovyrpIng Board. THE SAL, IF ANY OTHER THAN"
pursomat.rt.P hittt tS .'RlF, t., t A 24); Threqa','wLtseseCdutnrt t 28., dciaof frdm PAS, ..Upper.& Lower .. wells in Durl County, located ' Notice of'ltehdDd District THE PiROPtItY tN'E AS t'"
Summary Judgment of cable that fall within the South 72 Degrees 46 MIntes March, 2p1 2: Floridan Aquifer via 1 active in Sections: 10, 3 and 55, Decision will be provided to, THE DATE OF THE US PENDES
Foreclosure entered In the purview of the BOCC to 51 Seconds East, Departing JOHN A.CRAWFORD well; groundwater frown FAS Township: 2 South,,Range: 26 persons who have requested MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
obove-captloned action, I will approve/deny.. Sold Westerly Line Of Said CLERK.OF CIRCUIT COURT Upper Floridan Aquifer via 1 East; known as Fairfax Wellfeld; iiridlMdual notice. A request for DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
sell the property situated In All persons Interefted are Section. 24, Along Said NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA active well In Duval County, grounoWater from FAS Upper individual Notice of Intended If you are a person with a Nassau C county, Florldo, notified to be'present at the Centerllne Of Survey Of State By /s/ Megan Sawyer located In Section: 25, Floridan Aquifer via 2 pro- District Decision on an appli- disability who needs 'any described as follows, to wit; public hearing. Road No. 200 (AlA), A Deputy Clerk Township 3 South, Range: 27 posed wells In Duval County cation must be received by accommodation in order to
EXHIBIT'A Persons with disabilities Distance Of 672.46 Feet; 2t04-04-11-2012 East, khown as Royal Lakes. located InSections: 15and22, the Director, Bureau of portlclpatelnthisproceeding,
A PORTION OF LOT 6, HOLI- requiring accommodations in Thence South 17 Degrees 13 0506 groundwater from FAS Upper Township, 4 Sowth, Range: 28 Regulatory Support priarto the you are entitled, at no cost to
DAY TIME, UNIT ONE, NASSAU ordertopartlcipateInthispro- Minutes 09 Seconds West, & Lower Floridan Aqufervia 6 Eastknownas9A-98; ground- date the Notice of Intended you, to the provision of certain
COUNTY FLORIDA, ACCORD, gram or activity, should can- Departing Sold Centerline Of The St. Jolns River Water active wells in Duval County, water from FAS Upper District Decision is generated. 'assistance please contact the INGTO PLAT RECORDED IN THE tact 548-4560 or Florida Relay Survey Of State Road No. 200 Management District located in Sectloh: 21, Florldan Aquifer via 2 active For Individual permit applIca- ADA Coordinator at crtinPUBLIC RECORDS 'OF SAID Service at 1-800-955-8770(v) (AlA), A Distance Of 92.00 (District) gives notice of Township: 2 South, Range: 26 wells rh St.Johns, County, locat- tons, you are advised to notl- trp@coj.net or (904) 630-2564 COUNTY,IN PLAT BOOKS, PAGE or 1-800-955-8771(1DD)at least Feet To The Southerly Existing receiptof the following East, known as McDuff; ed in Section: 54, Township: 4 fythe District within 14 days of at least 7 days before your 14. 72 hours nadvanceto request Right Of Way Line Of Said consumptive use permit groundwaterfromFAS-Upper South, Range: 27 East known notification of the applica- .'scheduled court appearance,
SAID PORTION BEING MORE such accommodation. State Road No. 200 (A1A) (A application(s): & Lower FlorldanAqufer via 2 as Jullngton Creek* grouna- tion(s) if you have questions,, or immediately upon receivPARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS IF A PERSON DECIDES TO Variable Wldth'RlghtOfWay), Individual Consumptive Use proposed wells and 5 active water from FAS Upper objections, comments, or Infor- ing this notification If the time FOLLOWS: FQR A POINT OF APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE And The Point Of Beginning; Permit Application(s) wells inDuvql County located Floridan Aquifer via 2 active motion regarding the pro- before thie scheduled appearREFERENCE COMMENCE AT BY THE BCARD, AGENCY OR Thence South 72 Degrees 46 JEA, 21 W Church Stroet T-, In Sections' 14 and 15, wells in Nassau County, Iocat- posed consumptive use.if'you dance is less than 7 days; if you
THE SOUTHWESTERLY CORNER COMMISSION WITH RESPECT Minutes 51 Seconds East, 8, Jacksonville, FL 32202,aoppli- Township: 3 South, Range: 25 ed In Section: 14, Townshlp 3 make a written requesttothe are hearing orvoice Impaired, OF SAID LOT. 6; AND RUN TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED Along Sold Southerly Existing cation #88271.This is a modifl- East, known as Southwest North, Range: 28 East, known District for additional informo- call 711. NORTH 70 DEGREES 27 MIN- AT SUCH MEETING OR HEAR- Right Of Way Line Of 'State cation requesting a change Wellfleld; groundwater from as Otter Run; groundwater tIon regarding a specific per- Dated this 29th day of March, UTES EAST ALONG THE ING, HE WILL NEED A RECORD Road No. 200 (AlA), A in welftield allocation distribu- FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer from FAS Upper & Lower mit application, you will be 2012. NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF- WAY OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND Distance Of 126.00 Feet; tons with no requested via 2 active wells and 1 pro- Florldan Aquifer via 4 active Provided an opportunity to John A. Crawford LINE OF HOUD5AY TIME ROAD FOR SUCH PURPOSE HE WILL Thence South 08 Degrees 38 Increase Jn the overall alloca- posed well In St. Johns County, wells in Duval County, located obtain the available inferma- Clerk of the Circuit Court (A 60FOOT R/W),A DISTANCE NEED TO ENSURE THAT AVER- Minutes 09 Seconds 'West, lons or change in permit dura- located in Section:' 20, In Sectlor: 35, Township: 1 tion. Please note that filing a By: /s/ Tracy Poore OF 6.48 FEET TO THE POINT OF' BATIM RECORD OF THE PRO- Departing Said Southerly tiorL The withdrawals used by Township: 6 South. Range: 30 South, Range: 26 East, known written objection does not, Deputy Clerk BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT CEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH Existing Right Of Way Une Of this proposed project will con- East, known as Ponce de Leon as Norwood; groundwater entitle you to a Chapter 120, 2t 04-04-11-2012 OF BEGINNING THUS INCLUDESTHETESTIMONYAND State Road NO.200 (AlA), A sist of groundwater from FAS WelffeldgroundwaterfromFAS from FAS Upper Florldan Florida Stbtutes, administrative 0509 DESCRIBED CONTINUE NORTH EVIDENCE UPON WHIZIH THE Distance of 129.10 Feet; Upper & Lower Floridan Upper Floridan Aquifer via 2 Aquifer via 1 active well in ST. hearing. I......--70 DEGREES 27 MINUTES EAST APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Thence South 07 Degrees 39 Aquifer via 3 active wells; active wells In Nassau County Johns County, located In Victor Castro, Director, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ALONG THE NORTHERLY RIGHT- Tom Ford, Chair Minutes 15 Seconds West, A groundwater from FAS- Upper located In' Section: 37, Section: 43, Township: 3 South. Bureau of Regulatory Support FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.'
OF-WAY UNE OF SAID HOUDAY 'Planning and Zoning Board Distance At 111 .82 Feet; Floridan Aquifer via 2 active Township: 2 North, Range: 28 Range: 29 East, known as St. Johns River Water IN AND FOR NASSAU TIME ROAD, A DISTANCE OF Nassau County, FL : hence South 01 Degrees 33 wells in Duval County, located East, knovn .as Nassau, Ponte Vedra North; grouna- Management District COUNTY, FLORIDA
213,32 FEET; RUN THENCE StacyTJohnson, Chair Minutes 10 SecondsWest, A in Sections: 13, 24 and 35, ReglonalroundwaterfromFAS water from FAS Upper & 4049 Reid Street CASE NO.: 2Q12-CA-93
NORTH 47 DEGREES 15 MIN- Board of County DistanceOf 182.21 FetToThe Township: 4 South. Range: 26 Upper & Lower Floridan 'Lower Floridan Aquifer via 4 Palatka, FL32177-2529 DIVISION:A
UTES WEST, A DISTANCE OF Commissioners Northerly Existing Right Of Way East; Sections: 18 and .19, Aquifer via 1 .active well; proposed wells and 7 active (386) 329-4570 ROBERT A. STUDWELL and
311.20 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 44 Nassau County FL Line Of Mount Zion Avenue (A Township 4 South, Range: 27 Groundwater fromFAS -Upper wells In Duval County, located It 04-04-2012 JOYCE R.STUIWELL asTrustees
DEGREES 18 MINUTES 22 SEC- 1t 04-04-2012 50.00 Foot Right Of Way As East, known as Community Floridan Aquifer via 5 active In Sections: 11, 12 and 37, 0507 of the ROBERT A. STUDWELL
ONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 0505 'Now Established); Thence Hall; groundwater from FAS wells and 1 proposed well In Township: 2 South, Range: 26 ------ -FAMILY TRUST DATED NOVEM133,48 FEET; RUN THENCE- ----------Nrth89 Degrees 03 Minutes Upper & Lower Floridan Duval County. located in East, known as Main Street. Legal Notice BER 11, 1994.
SOUTH 32 DEGREES 50 MINUTES NOTICE OF SALE 59 Seconds West, Along Lost Aqulfer via 1 active well and 2 Sections:. 29 and 33,.Township: The file(s) containing the .We will sell or otherwise dis- Plaintiffs,
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 222.55 Notice Is hereby given that Sold Northerly Existing Right Of proposed wellS; groundwater:' 2 South, Range: 28 East, known permlf appi1caton(s) are aval- pose at the contents of the' vs. FEETTOTHE POINT OF BEGIN- on 5/1/12 at 10:00A.M., or Waybne, ADistanceOf3l2.9O from FAS Uppeor Florldan as. Oakridge" groundwater able for inspection Monday. following units to satisfy the MACARTHUR H., DANIEL NIING. THE PORTIONOF LAND thereafter, at CubeSmart Feet;Tlhence Norih 04 Degrees Aquifer via active well in from FAS Upper Floridan' through Friday, except far detinquentstoragelcenplaced WACHOVIA BANK NATIONAL THUS DESCRIBED CONTAINS "#03231678S.'8thSt,Intheclty '17 Minutes 02 Seconds East,. Duval County, located in 'Aquifer via 2 active wells in District holidays. 8 am. to 5 inaccordance withthe stete ASSOCIATION; LUCYYMELLEN; 1,00 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. of Fernandina Beach. state of Departing Said .Northerly 'Section: 31,Township: 1 SoutrL Duval County located in p.m. of the District's of Florida Statue 83.806. UNKNOW *PARTIES CLAIMING
TOGETHER WITHTHAT CER- Florida. The undersigned, Existing Right Of Way Line Of Range:, 25 East. known as Section: 7. Township:2 South, Headquarters, 4049 Reid St.. '1012 Shara Lynn Svoboda BY, THRO2UGH. UNDER, AND TAIN 1997.,70X28 BAY MANOR CubeSmart *0323 will sell at Mount Zion Avenue. A WesttakeWellfleld; grounawa- Range: 28 East, known as Palatka, FL 321 77-2529. You GeneralIHousehold Goads AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED MOBILE HOME. SERIAL NO.:'. Public Sole bycomp~ettive bid- Distance Of >352.21 Feet; ter from FAS Upper & Lower Monument Rd.; groundwater may also view files at one of .1043 Denise Hill INDIVDUALDEFENDANTS WHO FLHMLCBl04O15948AB. dling, the personal property Thence North 87 Degrees 55 Floridan Aquifer via 1 pro- from FAS Upper & Lower the District's service centers. General Household Goads. ARE NOT KNOWN TO BEE,AD
Commonly .known as:. 36153 heretofore stored with the Minutes 01 Seconds East, A posed well and 6 active wells Florldan Aquifer va 8 active but you should call service 1074 Vondena Fletcher OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID Rustic Acres. Callahan. Fl undersigned by: Distance Of 191,20 Feet; Ir Duval County located In wellslnDuvalCounty located center staff in advance to GeneralfHousehoid Goods UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
32011, Space #M3 Thence North 08 Degrees 37 Sections:t3 and 49,.Township: in Section' 24, TownshIp: 2 make sure that the tiles are at 1147 Eddie James Simmons CLAIM AN INTERESTASSPOUSat public sale, to the highest Leon G Conover Milnutes 04 Seconds East. A 1 South, Range' 26 East. known North,'." Range: 26 East; a specific service, center. Genera Household Goods ES. HEIRS. DEVISEES, SUCCESand best bidder for cash at AKA: Leon George Conover Distance Of 95.71 Feet To The 'as Highlands; groundwater Sections: 44 and 45,Township: Service 'center contact infer- 2021 Joseph Raymond Ceglio SORS IN INTEREST. GRANTEES, .the front of the Nassau County ItI Point Of Beginning, from FAS Upper Floridan 2 Sooth, Range: 26 East. known motion is available online at Wiliams OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; FLOUNCourthouse,76347 Veterans Space # A69 ..Containing 2.768Acres, Aquifer via 3 active wells and as Hendricks groundwater floridaswater~com/contoc- General Household Goads DER GIGGING LLC, TENANT;
Way Yulee, 'Forida 32097. at Amanda M Duncan More Or Less. o roposed well In Duval from FAS Uoper Florldan tus/offlces.html, Additionally, 2052 Kelly Ants Conner UNK(NOWN TENANT' #1;
11:30 AM (ESI), on the 31 day .Space #1-11-2-3 PARCEL 108 Couny.located in Section: 42 Aqluifer via 1 active well In most permit application file General Household Goads 'UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
of May 2012. Lucy Matthews .LUEBERTHA JOHNSON, Township: 3 South. Range: 28 Nassau County locaTed in documehts can be viewed .Sole will be conducted at' UNKNOWN TENANT #3.
Ifyouareasubordlnatelen Space #A47 TRUSTEE OF THE LUEBERTHA East, known as Southeast' Sectlon:38,Township:,2North., online at AlA Stow-A-Way Storage UNKNOWN TENANT #4. AND
holder claimingi a right to'" Jeff Hamblcki JOHNSON REVOCABLE UV- ,Wellfield. groundwater from Range: 27 East. known as 'florldaswater.? om/permiT- 463918 State Road 200,Yulee UNKNOWN TENANT #5.
funds remaining atter the sale, Ailitems in storage con- ING TRUST F MS Upper Flordan Aquifer Lofton Oaks" 'groundwater ting/lndex.htmTo obtain Infor- Florida 32097 at 10:00 am on Defen~dants
you must file a claim with the taln household Items unless Luebertha Johnson. Trustee 'via 3 active wells In St. Johns tram FAS .- Upper & Lower mation an how to fined ana Aprl120. 20]12. Open door sole. NOTICE OF ACTION, Clerk' of Court no later than otherwise mentioned. 937 West 7th Street .. .Count located In Section: 18. Floridan Aquffer via 2 pro-' view permit application file cash only. A cleaning deposit TO: MACARTHUR H. 60 days after the sale. If you fall 2t 04-04-1 1-2012 Rivera Beach, Florida 33404 Tdwnship:. 5 South. Range: 28 psed welsi n Nassau County, documents, visit florldaswfr- .will be taken: (904) 225-1940 DANIEL INDIViDUALLY/; to ti[e a claim, you will not be 0501 ALL PARCELS. East; Section: 5, Township: 5 located in Sections: 45, 7 and ter~com/permtting/ndex.htnrl This sale Is open to the public. MACARTHUR H. DANIEL;
entitled to any remaining--------------------JOHN MDREW. South. Range:'27 East. known 8, Townshifl: 2 North. Range: and select thetoplc of choice '2t 04-04-11-2012 '' Resident Agent for Flounder
funds. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. Nassau. County Tax Collector 'as St Johns North; groundwa- 27 East. known as West Nassau 'rm the "Find permits and' 0508 .' Gigging LLC, a Florida
Notice to Persons with FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 80130 Ucense Road ter from FAS -Upper &Lower Regional; groundwater from appllcatlon" heading. and ..... Corpooration:'
Disabilities: If you are a person -AND FOR NASSAU County, Fernandina Beach, Florida Floriddn Aquifer via 2 active FAS Upper & Lower Floridon then follow the directions poe- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an with a disability who needs FLORIDA 32034 wels; groundwater from FAS Aq'uifer via 1 oadtive well; vlded under THaw to find a 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. .action to foreclose a martany accommodatons In order CASE NO.: 12-CA-107 You are heresy notified that Upper Floridan Aquifer via 3 groundwater from FAS- Upper Technical Staff Report (T"SR) or IN AND FOR NASSAU gage on the following propto participate in this po- DIVISION: A 'the Petitioner fled its Petition active wells in Duval County,. Floridan Aquifer via 1 active other application file docu- COUNTY. FLORIDA erty in Nassau County Florida:
ceeding, you are entitled at STATE OF FLORIDA DEPART- .and Its Declaration at Taking In located in Section: 52." well In Duval County located ment's CIVIL DIVISION 1 he East One-halt (El/2) of
no cast to yp~u, to the provw- MENT OFTRANSPORTATION. this Court against you as Township. 2 South, Range: 27 in Section: 38, Township: 1 DecisIons an Standard CASE NO.: Lot Filty-six (56), Section One
sian of certain assistance. Petitione, defendants, seeking to 'can- East. known as Arlington South. Range: 29 East, known General permit applications 4S-2009-CA-001006- (1), HAMBY'SADDfflON TO FERPlease contact the Court VS. a emnbyemnentdomalnpro- Wellfleld. groundwater from asMayport; groundwater tram will be made at the Districts A)OOX-YX NANDINA BEACH according
Admnstrator'sofficenotloter. LUEBERTHA JOHNSON. ceedings the above FAS- Upper &Lower Fioridan FAS Upper Floanidan Aquifer service center where the U.S BANK NATIONAL ASSOCI- topl1atthereoftrecorded in Ptt than seven days prior to the Trustee of the LUEBERTHA 'described property located in Aquifer via 4 active wells In, via 2 proposed wells In Duval application is, processed. ATION AS TRUSTEE FOR GSAA Book 2, Page 32, of the public 'roceeding. JOHNSoN REVOCABLE UV- theStateofFloridaCountyof Duval County locaTed in CountyocatedinSecton:39, unless the 'applcation is HOME EQUITYTRUST 2006-3, records of Nassau County
JOHN A. CRAWFORD ING TRUST; and JOHN M. Nassau. Sections. 14 and15, Townshlpo Township: 5 South, Range: 27 upgraded toanndvduol per- Plaintiff. Florida.
Clerk of Circuit Court DREW, Nassau County Tax You are further notified that 2 South, Range' 25 East, known East; Section: 44. Township: 5 mtt application as explained vs. has been tiled against you
BY:/s/ Amanda Steamn Collector; the Petitioner will apply to The os Marietta; groundwater from South. Range: 26 East. known beiow.A substantial objection SHERRY L. RUSSO; COUNTRY- and you ore required TO serve
Deputy Clerk Defendants. Honorable Bian J, Davis, one FAS Upper FRorldan Aquifer as Rlvertown; groundwater to a Standard General permit WIDE HOMELOANS. INC.; THE aocopyoft your written defens.2t04-04-11,-2012 'AMENDED NOTICE TO SHOW ofthejudgesofthsCour",on via 1 active well in Duval from FAS -'Upper & Lower application must be~nadeoin RESERVE AT 'NASSAU LAKES exit ianytaoitonH.PricePoale.
0504 CAUSE AND NOTICE OF SUIT the 5th day of June, 2012. at Count, located in Section: 5l Floridan Aquifer via 1 po- wrrtng andfledwth receivedd OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.: Jr.. Plaintiff's attorney, whose
......(Parcel 106) 11:30 am.. in the Nassau Township 1 South. Range: 28 posed well and 3 active wells by) the Direqtar Bureau at UN KNOWN TENANT (5); address Is POOLE & POOLE.
NOICE OF PlaNNING~and. STATE OF FLORIDATO: Count'y Courthouse. East; Section: 40, Township: 2 in Duval County located in Regulatory SUPPOrt P.OBos UNKNOWTENANT (S); IN PUS- PA., 303 Centre Street
ZONING BOARD HEARING To ali said defendants who Fernandlna Beach, Florida, for South. Range: 28 East. known Sections, 33 and 34,Township' 1429. Palotka, FL 32178-1429. SESSION OF THE SUBJECT Fernanaina BeacN' FL'32034,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ore living. and it any or all an Order of Taking, n this as Cobblestone, groundwater 2 South, Range' 24 East, known or by e-mal at applicaton- PROPERTY on or before 30days from the that on the 17th day of April 'defendants are deceasedthe cause. All defendants to tils from FAS Upper & Lower as Cecil Commerce; ground- support@sjrwma~com, within Defendants. date of the first publication of 2012,at 7:OOPM,the Planning unknown spouse, heirs, suit may requestoahearing at Floridan Aquifer via 1 poe- water tram FAS Upper 14 days of notification of the RE-NOTICE'OF this notice~andflletheaiginal and Zoning Board 'of Nassau devisees. grantees, creditors, the time and place designat- posed well and 5 active wells Floridan Aquifer via 7 bctlve application. Please Incluae FORECLOSURE SALE with the clerk of this court County Florida. will hold a pub- lenors, or other parties claim- ed and be heard. Any defen- in Duval County: located In wells in Duval County, located either the Permit Application NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN either aefore service an pla~nIc hearing at the James S. ing by, through, under or dant tailing to tile a request Section: 32Township: 3South in Sections: 16 and 39. Number or the Project Name pirsuanttoanOraerResettng tff's attoiney or immediately" Page Governmental Comples against" any such deceased for hearing shall waive any Range: 26 East. known as Townshlo' 2 Sou.th. Range: 28 i n the objection. Nottfication Foreclosure Sale datea the thereafter; oth~erwlse adefaut CommlssifonChambers,96135 defendant or defendants. It righttoobjecttotheOrderof .Lakeshore grounawatertfrom East, known as Rdenour oftheapplicationlseltherthe 12th day at April 2012 ona wiflbeenteredaganstyoufor Nassau Place. Yuiee, Florida. alive. and.' It dead, their 'Takng. FAS Upper Flor don Aqutfer Wellfield: groundwater from fifth day after the date on entered in Case No. 45-2039- the .rel ef demanded In the
TO consider a recommenda- unknown SPause, heirs, AND via 2 active wells and 3 pro- FAS Upper Floridan Aqulter which the written notice is CA-[]01006-AXXX-YX of th~e Complaint or Petition.
tion to the Board of County devisees. legatees, grantees., Each defendant is hereby posed wetls in St.Johns County via 2 active wells in St. Johns deposited in the U.S. mall (for Circuit Court of the 4TH ,DATED this 30th day of March, Commissioners regarding the creditors,lienors,oraother par- required to serve -written located in Section: 27. Countylocated InSecton: 18. those persons who receive Judicial Circuit in and far 2012. determination of buildable lots ties claiming by. through.' defenses, if any andarequest a Township: 3 South. Range: 29 Township' 5 South, Range:. 28 actual notice byU.S. mall), the Nassau County Florda. where- JOHN A. CRAWFORD on Glenwood Road.Also, be it under, or against any such hearing, if desired, TO sold East known as Corona Rohd; East known asSt. Johns Forest, date onwhich thenoticeIs e- in U.S BANK NATIONAL ASSO- As Clerkaof Court known that on Monday the deceased defendant or Petiton on: groundwater from FAS-Upp, er, .grounawaterroam FAS- Upper mailed (tor thole persons who CIATION ASTRUsTEE FOR GSAA By /s/ Karen J. L ockett
l4thf May 2O12,at 7:00RM.. defendants, and ellotherpoar- MELISSA K. BLACKWELL. Floridan Aquifer via 1 active & Lower Florlaan Aqufer via2 receive actual notice by e- HOME EQUITY TRUST 2006-31Is As Deputy Clerk the Board of County ties having or claiming to hove ESQUIRE well in St. Johns County. locat- active wells In Duval County maill), or the date the notice is the Plaintiff and SHERRY L. 4t 04-D4-1 1-1 8-25-201 2
Commissioners will hold a pub- any right, titfe or Interest In and Eminent Domain Depoartment ea in Section: 19. Township: 5 locaTed in Sections. 3 and 49: published In the newspaper (i' RUSSO; COUNTRYWIDE HOME- 0510 Ic hearing at the James S. to the property describoed in Department of Transportation' South, Range: 30 East. known Township. 1 South, Range' 28 actual notice is not provided LOANS. INC; THE RESERVE AT .....




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Sub chief COURT REPORT
The following report was battery with strangulation and dwelling, dealing Nn stolen prop- N Wiley Jason King pleaded Rountree was served an afficompiled by Angela Daughtry, adjudication was withheld. He erty, grand theft posted con- guilty to dealing in stolen prop- davit and denied a violation of News-Leader staff, from the was sentenced to one year in struction site, carrying a con- erty and was adjudicated guilty, probation being served for March 29 court docket of Circuit Nassau County Jail with no cealed weapon and driving He was sentenced to six three counts of child abuse and Court judge Robert M. Foster credit for time served, followed while license suspended or months in Nassau County Jail one count each of resisting 1i Chad Daniel Atkinson by five years probation. He revoked. In a separate case, with credit for time served and arrestwith violence, battery on KINGS BAY, Ga. The pleaded not guilty to obtaining must enroll in a behavior inter- Hodges pleaded not guilty to ordered to pay $398 in court a law enforcement officer and
Chief of the Boat of USS unemployment compensation vention plan within 30 days of possession of cocaine, costs, $200 in restitution, $150 criminal mischief$200 or less. Florida (Gold) was relieved by fraud. release and submit to a E Kelli Faydelynn Hollon to the Public Defender's Office 0 John Louis Shiferdeck.
of duty Friday by the Com- 0 Andrew Scott Aytes drug/alcohol evaluation with- admitted to two counts of vio- and $100 to the State Attorney's pleaded not guilty to dealing in
mander of Submarine Squad- admitted to a violation of pro- in 60 days of release, with suc- lation of probation being served Office. stolen property.
ron 16 at Kings Bay, Ga.. bation being served for molest- cessful completion, and have for obtaining a controlled sub- E Eric Matthew Malone E Derek Charles Teague Capt. Stephen Gillespie ing a victim less than 12 years no contact with the victim. He stance by fraud and was adju- admitted to two counts of vio- was served an amended affirelieved Master Chief of age by a person 18 or older was ordered to pay $1,500 resti- dicated guilty. Probation was lation of probation being served davit and denied a violation'of Machinists Mate (SS) Charles and was adjudicated guilty. tution to the Victims Crime revoked and terminated and for resisting arrest with vio- probation being served for Berry due to Probation was revoked and ter- Compensation Fund, $398 in she was sentenced to 60 days in lence and was adjudicated aggravated battery with a dereliction of minated and he was sentenced court costs, $151 in surcharges, Nassau County Jail with credit guilty. Probation was revoked deadly weapon. In a separate duty while tb 7 1/2 years in a state prison $150 to the Public Defender's for time served. In a second and terminated and he was sen- case he pleaded not guilty to assigned as with credit for time served and Office and $100 to the State case, she admitted to two tenced to 90 days in Nassau possession of a controlled subthe Chief of ordered to pay $1,505.92 in out- Attorney's Office. counts of violation of probation County Jail with credit for time stance.'
the Boat. standing costs. 0 Jason Paul Eady pleaded being served for obtaining a served since Feb. 28. He was 0 Matthew Robin ThomDuringan 0 Ajutry trial date of May 14 not guilty to two counts of sale controlled substance by fraud ordered to pay $391.67 in out- pson pleaded not guilty to
investigation was set for Darrin Michael or delivery of a controlled sub- and was sentenced to 60 days in standing costs. grand theft of a motor vehicle surrounding Boswell on a charge of traf- stance. A motion for reduction jail, to run concurrently with 0 Ajury trialdate of May 14 and dealing in stolen property. Berry allegations of picking in illegal drugs over 4 of bail was denied. her first sentence. Sh was 'was set for Kenneth Wilter 0 The State Attorney's
h a z i n g grams but less than 14 grams. 0 A iflotion for early termi- ordered to pay $1.024.90 in out- O'Neill on a charge of aggra- Office dropped its case against onboard USS U The state will not prose- nation of probation was granted standing costs and forfeit her vated battery with great bodily Russel Bryan Tyler, who' will
Florida Berry was found to cute Christopher Douglas to MichaelAngelo Feoli on two cash bond. harm. not be prosecuted on charges
have neglected his duties as a Brown on a charge of driving counts of possession of cocaine E James Doyle Hughes E Michael James Parker of burglary and grand theft. leader onboard the subma- with license suspended or and two counts sale or delivery pleaded not guilty to grand theft pleaded not'guilty to burglary I Kelly Powell Williams rine. Wlile not involved in the revoked, habitual offender. of cocaine, and dealing in stolen property. of a structure or conveyance pleaded not guilty to grand'
alleged hazing, it was deter- E Michael Bernprd Cason N Michael Daymian Hale, Misty Renee Hutto pleaded and grand theft. theft.
mined Berry had knowledge pleaded not guilty to burglary charged with armed robbery, not guilty to child abuse. U Ajury trial date of July 16 adaughry@Ibnewsleader.om of the alleged events and of a structure or conveyance pleaded guilty to an amended, 0 Phillip Anthony Ingram was set for Glenn Gordon failed to take action and in- and grand theft. charge of accessory after the pleaded not guilty to burglary Powers on charges of molesta- Tft
form his chain of command. 0 Alfred Perry Charity fact and adjudication was with- of a structure or conveyance tion of a victim less than 12 a mai s
"The Navy recognizes that pleaded guilty to reckless driv- held. He was sentenced to time and grand theft. years old by a person, 18 or iNC
our, people are our greatest ing with serious injury and was served in Nassau County Jail M Casey Allen 'Johnson older and lewd behavior with asset and our most potent adjudicated guilty He was' not followed by one year of proba- pleaded not guilty to child a victim 12 years of age or older A private, non-profit agency that assists our ostpotnt djudcatd gity HeNasgau County families who need food, weapon," the Department of prosecuted on a charge of driv- tion and 75 hours of communi- abuse and lewd or lascivious but less than 16. shelter and basic necessities.
the Navy said in a press ing under the influence of alco- ty service at 10 hours per battery. I Christopher Wayne For information, call: 904.261.7000
release. "Our sailors give us a hol oi- drugs with serious injury month. He was ordered to pay strategic advantage in any He was, sentenced to time $398 in court costs and $100 to challenge. They are our served in Nassau County Jail the State Attorney's Office.
nation's sons and daughters, followed by two years of pro- 0 Curtis Wayne Hodges brothers and sisters, fathers bation, must enroll in Level I was served an affidavit and .,and mothers, who have vol- DUI sclpol within 30 days with denied a violation of probation unteered to serve their nation successful completion and par- being-served for burglary of a at great sacrifice. ticipate in a victim impact panel.
"The Navy's standards for He mist complete 50 hours of
personnel behavior are very community service at five
high and We demand that our hours per month. Probation
people are treated with the may be terminated early after A l
dignity and respect they 12 months if in full compliance.
deserve. When individuals fall He must pay $1,500 in restitu- JO E
short of this standard of pro- tion, $398 in court costs, $150 to
fessionalism and personal the Public Defender's Office behavior, the Navy will take and $100 to the State Attorney's A R C mPB
swift and: decisiVe action to Office. His driver's license will
stop 'undesirable behavior, be suspended for six months, REWARDS, UP TO $1,000
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Three cheers or the YuleeHeat momsps.
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HEATHER A. PERRY home a first place win for the A Yulee woman was arrestNews Leader duo competition. ed early Thursday for child negThe new season starts April lect after children in her care
The Yulee Heat All Stars 30 for junior squad members drove her car around the parkcompetitive cheerleading squad age six and up and senior squad ing lot while she shopped at the
completed their first season in members up to age 18. Walmart Supercenter on AlA,
award-winning style. For information contact according to a deputy's report.
The squad achieved first Fantastic Gymnastics at 225- Witnesses told deputies
place honors in Gainesville, sec- 0022. Coach Casey may be ,about 12:50 am. they saw two
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In addition, Ashley Ericksen Heat Allstars. driving, but another got out and
and Kendall Peters brought type@fbnewsleadercom took over when the first was
unable to park the car correctSly in a handicap space, deputies
said.
Deputies said the kids were
alone in the car for 30 to 45 minutes. The oldest child, 13, told
deputies Jaycie Joyner was
inside shopping and that another child, 8, had been driving
the car. There were no car seats
for two younger children, ages
2 and 3, deputies said.
Approached at the 'checkout, Joyner, who had an infant
with her, told deputies she was
not aware the childrerf had
been driving. Joyner, 21,
allegedly old deputies she left
the kids in the car with the keys
so they could listen to the radio.
Joyner, of 76167 Briarwood
Ave., ischarged with neglecting
children without great harm.
SUBMITTED PHOTOS Deputies said the children were
The Yulee Heat All Stars competitive cheerleading squad, above, celebrates their released to their grandmother
first place trophy at the Florida Cheer and' Dance Central Florida Competition. and the Department of
Ashley Ericksen and Kendall Peters, left, brought home first-place honors in the Children and Families was conduo competition at the Diamond Dazzler for the Yulee Heat All Stars. acted.




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Spring break tourney time for Fernandina, Yulee
BETH JONES Break Baseball Tournament p.m.; and the Pirates are in the p.m. FBHS and Hilliard are in the RBIs each for the Pirates. Avery
News-Leader Gainesville and University nightcap at 7 p.m. with Harmony. tournament finale at 5p.m. Womble drove in two with a double.
Christian play today at 10 a.m. On Friday, Fleming Island and Admission is $4. Marcus Taylor added two singles
Tournament play wraps up today The Fernandina Beach High Harmony play at 1 p.m., Hilliard and The Pirates defeated West Nas- and the Pirates got a hit each from
in Yulee with the host Yulee High School Pirates host the annual- Baker County play at 4 p.m. and the sau 13-2 Thursday. Ryne Casey James Martin, Thqmbs Guinn and School Hornets playing in back-to- Diamond Classic Thursday through Pirates play at 7 p.m. against pitched four innings, recording his Sean Phelps. back games against Bishop Snyder Saturday. Mamaroneck. sixth win of the season. Jake With- FBHS scored four in the first
at 1 p.m. and Columbia at 4 p.m., the Fleming Island and Hilliard play Harmony and Baker County open ers pitched a scoreless fifth in relief, inning and nine more in the fifth. finale of the third annual Burbank at 1 p.m. Thursday; Baker County play at 11 a.m. Saturday, followed by Brendan Manning and Jeremy The Pirates (12-6) lost 4-2 to Sports Net/Ron Anderson Sliring I and Mamaroneck, N.Y., play at 4 Fleming Island-Mamaroneck at 2 Taylor had tw6 hits and a pair of Bishop Kenny (1771) on Friday.


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The Second annual Faith Christian Academy 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament was held Saturday and Sundy at the McAtbur Family YMCA in- Fertandina Beach. All five division ch jpin; ship games were held Sunday. Divisions included 12-and-under, 15-and-under and 18aind-under, 35-and-under and over-35.'The.champions in the latter two divi2'
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for first and second place. Top left, Ramrod won the 35and-under division. Bryan Alvar6, far left, headmaster of
Faith Christian, and Frank Marone, director of
Gatekeepers of Destiny Foundation, far right, present
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Jeremiah Johnson, Colin Williams, Jordan Richo,
Mitchell Kozakoff and their coach Sidney Johnson. The IV
Warriors, above,*won the 18-and-under division. The
team includes LaTroy Strong Jr., Lawrence Hills, Tre 1
Hawkins, Timothy Milton and Keith George. Above right,
Big 3 was the 15-and-htinder champions. The team
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Hunter. Right, over-35 winner Old School and players
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2012 SCHEDULES .
FERNANDINABEACH HIGH SCHOOL April 24 District 4-4Aat West Nassau YULEE HIGH SCHOOL April 24-6 District at West Nassau April28 State 2Aat UNF 10am April 17-19 District4-4AatYulee Varsity Baseball April 26 Dstrict 44A at West Nassau Varsity Baseball Senior night
April 5-7 DIAMOND CLASSIC April 110 at tlliard 6:00 FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL FPERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
April 11 BOLLES 7:00 FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL April 12 ENGLEWOOD" 6:00 FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL Sdftball Weightiffing
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Poole captures ladies Match Play tournament title

The Fernandina Beach I Golf Club at North Hampton. mation on the tournament,
Women's Golf Association GOLF NEWS Shotgun start is at 1 p.m. contact Broc Nell at Omni
held a blind draw tournament Format is an 18-hole captain's Hotel and Resort on Amelia
March 27. The pairings for choice. Island Plantation at 277-5907.
each foursome were random- prise, the ball was in the hole. McPherson Counseling To register online go to
ly picked by the pro shop This was Raszkin's third hole- Services is a 501 (c) (3) non- www.coanassau, com.
while the golfers were out in-one and he said he hit a profit organization that pro- Deadline to register is May
playing 18 holes. real good six iron, but never vides a substance abuse, out- 23.
First place went to the saw the ball go in the hole. patient treatment program This event will raise funds
team of Sherril Boyer,,Joyce with group, individual and for COA's five outreach proTonti, Donna Dandurand and family therapy. Call 753-1599 grams and running its senior
Shirley Dupree with a net lftht for information, centers in Nassau County.
score of 280. The team of The day was beautiful and
Sandi Pardue, Terri Wright, the golf was great for last ....mol..... Qhanbertour-ament
Regina Brennan and Pat Wednesday's blitz at the
Robinson scored a 307 to Fernandina Beach Golf Club; Score one for the Council The Greater Nassau Councome in second. In third 67players came out with John on Aging through the Charity ty Chamber of Commerce will
place was the team of Nancy LaFear (69, plus 14) taking Golf Tournament May 28, hold its 21st annual golf tourInboden, DesBarres, Jean top honors; second was Larry Memorial Day. The eventwill nent April 27 at Deerfield
Ridenour and Sue Simpson Hutchison (80, plus 11); and be held on the OceanCourse Lakes Golf & Country Club in
with a net score of 313. Larry Griner (87) .and John SUBMITrED at Omni Hotel and Resort on Callahan. Format is a fourI Twenty-four golfers corn- Bray (76) tied for third at plus Robin Ritchey, Match Play Tournament runnerup; Mary Amelia Island Plantation. person captain's choice.
petedin FBWGA's annual 10. Poole 2012 Match Play champion; Mary Ansley, second Entry fee for a four-person Registration is at 8 a.m.;
Match Play Golf Tournament; First-place team included flight winner; and Javen Iamb, third flight winner, team is $500; individual entry shotgun start is at 9 am. competition started Feb. 28 LaFear, Tony Lopez (82, plus $125. Mulligans are available, Games, prizes, dinner and
with the completion March 7), Charlie Kicklighter (76, three tickets for $10. Putting awards follow tournament
27. As usual all the matches plus 6) and Terry Lacoss (81, plus 2)..In second were information or to sign up, call contest tickets are $5. play, Call (904) 879-1441 or were intense, even). In second were Joe LaFear, Mike Lovejoy (84, Ddug Blackborn at 321-0306. Registration is from 8-9:30 email info@greaternasMary Poole was the over- Parrish (69, plus 9), Michael plus 4), Larry Brauda (81, a.m. Fee includes green fees, sauco,.ty.com for informa
all winner. Robin Ritchey, as Parker (75, plus 8), Carl plus 2) and Dick Peterson T carts, range balls, cart bag- tion,
runnerup, was her final com- O'Rourke (76, plus 1) and (100, minus 6). Dan Nettunoawards. petitor. Poole went 23 holes in Andy Palmisano (89, plus 1). (86, plus7), Larry Hutchison -The Drive for Success Shotgun start is at 10 a.m. Humane one exciting match; in her Capturing third place was (84, plus 3), Charlie, inaugural golf tournament Box lunches will be delivered
semifinal match she shot an the team of Bray, Jacque Kicklighter (80, even) and will be held May 14 at noon at on the course at noon. The fifth annual Nassau
impressive gross score of 78. Burette (95, plug 8), Larry Bob Gerth (103, minus 3) tied the Amelia River Golf Club. Beverage carts (cash only) Humane Society Golf
Flight winners were Poole, Brauda (81, plus 2) and for third place with the team The event benefits Commu- will be on the course as well. Tournament at Long Point is first; Mary Ansley, second; Charlie Benefield (98, minus of Kent Johnson (84, plus 6), nities In Schools of Nassau The awards ceremony is at 1 p.m. May 14. Format is a Javene Lamb, third; and 2). In fourth were Ron Tom Wurtz (86, plus 5), County,'a comprehensive from 3-4 p.m. four-person handicap scram,
Robin Ritchey, fourth. All Dandurand (81, plus 6), Jim Hydie Peterson (77, plus 2) drop-out prevention program Prizes for top i0 men's ble, captain's choice. The FBWGA golfers will all be Dunphy (83, plus 5), Garey and Rudy Campanale (102, that directly serves more than teams and tol three women's tournament is open to men,
looking forward to next year's' Durden (85, plus 3) and Jerry minus 6). 3,600 students annually. teams. Prizes include rounds women and mixed teams.,
match play completion. Dean (78, plus 2). Fee is $600 for a foursome of golf and restaurant gift cer- Form a team or be paired.
Friday was just as beautiful ShfrI hflty and includes cart, golf, box tificates, raffle ticket drawings Entry fee is $150 per playwith 64 players vying for the lunch and all-you-can-eat-and- for new drivers, woods, put- er, which includes golf, cart,
Hoktn-oz it le; the top player again Fernandina Beach Shrine drink beer and wings at the ters, golf bags and other treat bag, heavy hors d' oeuSteve Raszkin had a hole- was LaFear (71, plus 10). and Nassau County award ceremony. For spon- exciting items like fly-away vres, wine, cash bar, silent
in-one March 13 on the north Three tied for second with a Professional Firefighters sorship opportunities or to lunches, fishing charters and auction and one guest for course of Fernandina Beach plus 7 Jim Pierce (80), Dan IAFF Local #3101'will hold register a foursome, call 321- more. Must be present to win. evening festivities at the new Municipal Golf Course. Nettuno (86) and Tom Gray the annual Shriners Charity 2000. Hole sponsorships are clubhouse at Long Point.
Playing partners Bruce (81). Golf Tournament April 21 at $100. A custom sign will be Additional guests are invited
Smyk, John Rudd and Danny First-place team included the Fernandina Beach Golf placed on. the tees and to the reception for $40 per
Stein said that they didn't Jim Dunphy (83, plus 4), Club. Fee is $75 per player. Focuson Recovay greens. To sponsor a hole, person.
believe the ball went into the Chuck Helenbrook (92, plus Lunch will be provided. The.inaugural Focus on contact Jeff McDowell at 261- Contact Mike Clower at hole but, when theygot to the 4), Claude Hartley (92, plus Registrati6n is at8 a.m. Recovery GolfTournament 0701, ext. 117, orjmcdow- ClowerM@bellsouth.net or third green and to their sur- 3) and Jeff Humphrey (83, Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. For will be held June 15 at the ell@coanassau.com. For infoi- 261-2217.


SPORTS SHORTS

Elm Suwt Lt Iaaue 1.5-mile walk. Youth events include the one- second Saturday each month from 3-5 p.m. at uing on the remaining 20 miles of the route.
mile Katie Caples Memorial Run for kids 12 the Nassau Bowling Center in Yulee. Call Lunch after the ride is optional. Elm Street Little. League is holding registra- and under and the half-mile Popcorn Shrimp Melinda Willaford at 261-3136. Bicycle helmets aremandatory as well as a tion for the spring season from 3:30-6:30 p.m. Run for kids eight and under. bicycle in good working condition. These rides
Monday through Friday at the MLK Center. All proceeds go to the Give to the Y' are led by Don Eipert in conjunction with the
Fee is $40 per child ($10 extra for additional Campaign to benefit families andChildren in North Florida Bicycle Club. Contact him at 261
sibling). T-ball (ages 4-8) registration is now Nassau County. Registration is available at the There are organized bicycle rides in 5160. Sign up for email notices at www. ameliopen through May. Cost is $25 for T-ball. Call McArthur Family YMCA or online at Active. Fernandina Beach and around Amelia Island aislandcycling-com or www.nfbc.us. President Wayne Peterson at 753-1663. com. For information call 261-1080 or email Thursdays starting at 9 a.m. and Saturdays
rdeems@firstco~stymca org. starting at 8:30 a.m., weather permitting. All
dSb1mpFestvaKuV W& rides start from Main Beach. Park near the
The McArthur Family YMCA is hosting the miniature golf course. Cyclists of all abilities are Nassau County Sports Association meets at
18th annual Shrimp Festival 5K RunAalk May B welcome. The ride will be around 30 miles with 7 p.m. the first Tuesday at the county building,
5 at Main Beach, starting at 8 a.m. The event Nassau Challenger Bowling League for the rest stops along the way aid loops back to the Yulee. Call 261-1075 or 277-1609 for informaincludes a 5K run and 5K walk along With a physically and mentally challenged meets the starting point at around 10 miles before contin- tion.

TENNIS NEWS / -.

Kraft Tennis players are Sawgrass. Callahan Middle Golf News, Tips, Trivia & Stats
hosting a mixed doublesq. School Band (TP39JK7), G .T&
fundraiser to benefit the Hilliard Flashes football (HILYulee Tennis Foundation .LARD), West Nassau High T W A
Junior Development Program School Lady Warriors tennis
April22 from 1-4 p.m. at the (WNCHS) and the Yulee FAugusta National Golf Club The Masters is tie first major Hufter Mahan shot a 1-under Tournament Results
Kraft Tennis Club. ,Tennis Foundation are partic- Augusta, Georgia tournament of the season on the 71 Surday to win te Houston 1)Hunter Mahan
o The event is open to the. ipating in the 2012 Chip-in- 7,435 yards, Par 72 PGA Tour and is one of the most Open, edging Car Pe Purse: $1,080,000
public with an. 6ntry deadline for-Youth program sponsored revered titles in the world of golf. by Ow tle and beco0 I Swore: 16under par
of April 17 at. 5 p.m. Cost per by The Playqrs Ch.amjiionship Defending: Chad Schwartzel The tournament began in 1934 as the flist hwote dwif on the PGA 2) Cad Pettemrson person, is $10. Enter with a Charitable Outreach Pro- Winning Score: 14-under par the Augusta National Invitational Tour in 2012 The29-yer-old Mahan Purse $6,8,000 partner. Email michelema- gram. Winning Share: $1,440,000 Tournament with Horton Smith moved to No. 4: in the wod r g.UdP
ha@msn.com to enter or for Through chipinforyouth. t3) Louis OTrthuiNzen
information. com, spectators may buy a winning the inaugural event by one stroke over Craig Wood. Petterson fihed w eight pa for us ,W.000
Spring tennis classes $40 good-for-any-dayticket Jack Nicklaus holds the record for the most Masters victories, his second runner-up firish tis yea Sw 14nd. par continue attheYulee Sports. and a$25tax deductiongoes winning six times (1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1975, 1986). Tiger Third-rund leader Louis OosthizenComplex Summer camp to YTE When purchasing Use Woods holds the record, for the largest margin of victory, taking lost the lead with two double bogeys on his front nine and was another
schedule is being developed code YTF. home the 1997 crown by 12 strokes. shot back at 14-under:
and will be posted next week. Visit www.birdiesfor- -o_ ---: _: .""*,
Sign 4p.online at mi charity.playerschampi- C- -t -__________________chelemaha@msn.com for the onship.comn to make a dona- PGA Event: MastersTournamont ,,__-_,_ Rory Mcllroy has reealed helf Hunter Mahan
Yulee Tennis Foundation's tion to the Ylee Tennis ._ 3tTime Network .._ former manager Andrew 'Chubby' TundPrfsina:20
spring break tennis camp Foundation and to become Thu 4/5 3:00pm-7:30pm ESPN \- Chnd" "ledr w th wrn at" h World Ranking: 4th
April 3-5 at the Yulee Sports eligible for a prize. Fri, 4/6 3:O0pm-7:30pm E=SPN~ 'b012 Earnings: $2,937,240h
Complex. Guess the total num-ber of Sa,47 33p-:~m CS22-year-old made the decision in212arig:$93,4
The camp is open to 10- birdies that will he made din'- Sa,47 33p-:0m CSONadhswo UE lie sice rg., fat PGA Tour Wins: 5
and-under beginners from ing the competition rounds of Sun, 4/8 2:00pm-7:00pm CBS tie we ranlits before sIlki back to seon *__. -,-.
8:30-9:30 a.m. ($8 each day) the tournament. The individ- -* ahead of Ibis wekends Masters Tournient Mdl! Truhopy 121
and intermediate to advanced ual who guesses the exact regted giguphisPGAjorcadatteendo201 .hoglArlt,21
juniors from 9:30-11 a.m. ($12 number of birdies made (or Who was the first player to win thre9 as welasnotingotheo~ersChmpionhipat / 1) Hunter Mahan per" day). There is a 10 per- dlo~est thereto) at the 2012 Masters titles? I" Sawgmss under the influence of Chandler and 1,314 pts. / 3 top tens
cent discount offered for Players will win $5,000. Inmaoa prtMngentsblatLe
thregistrattionanforIsummertio the inivd aluprt wtha a) $am Snead c) Jack Niclaus Westwood."lithinkjustspendinganltibitofiimeamund 2) Johnson Wagner
*-Rgitraio fo smme te ndiidal uport wth b) Jimmy Demarel d) Arnold Palmer Chubby and Lee and hearing iheirviewofhe PGATour 1,056 pta. / 4 top tens tennis camps is now under their entry will receive' an biul hyr eypoErpa or- 3)hRoryIcl, o
way. Camps run June 11 additional $5,000 bonus. .Answer: b) Jimmy Demaret wn his third abvays beenone who wanted l play on tePGA Tour. 3)RrMlro
through July 5 and July 9 Deadline for entries is May 9. Masters title in 1950, Sam Snead was the second Not playing Sawgrass was one of the decisions I took '" 1,015 pta. / 3 top tens through Aug. 2. RAIN is looking for used to accomplish that~feat in 1954. back on and regret a lite bit," Mdilmy said.
Email tennis halls for the dogs to *4) Phil Mickelson
.michelemaha@msn.co for .play with at the shelter. *l ['l i~r IT2['li[ g 988 pts. I 3 top tens
specific age group and Anyone with extra tennis The fairway bunker shot is one of the most difficult in the game since we do not see
time/day scheduling. Space is balls may drop them off at the it that often. Perhaps the hardest part is to figure out which dub is the right one to use. 1 5) Kyle Stanley
limited so register early. RAIN Resale Store in the he most important aspect of this is to not think about the green. Your sole focus l 954 pts. I 2 top tens
tio ume Tennis FonaC a rrpTeter sh 1 m opping censhould be on trying to determine which club wil allow you to dear the lip of the bunker FedEx Cup Standings continued...
will be offered June 18-June Wednesday through Satur-day soyou will not bury it in the lip. Here are a couple other tips to remember when you Plye Pinfatsol
22 at the Yulee Sports or at Nassau County Animal are playing the fairway bunker shot. Unlike a bunker shot near the green, you do not 6) Mark Wilson 887 2
Complex. Details available Services on License Road in need to dig yourfeet inthe sand very much at all. Thswould make your feet below the ball and you 7 utnRs 6 soon. . Yulee. could hit a fat shot. The other tip is to not try and make a fancy shot from the fairway bunker. Just 8) Tiger.Woods 846 2
The city of Fernandina Ten-and-under facilities make your normal swing and the resuls will turn out much better than you think. 9) Bill Haas 832 2 Beach Doubles Champion- are available to residents of ,10) Brandit Snedeker 785 3
ships will be held May 18-21 Nassau County. Yulee Sports '
at the Central Par-k courts. Complex, 686 Goodbread
Divisions offered are Road.
me' nandome' double Calhe NsuCnt
6.0, 6.5, 7.0, 7.5 and 8.0 with a Recreation Department at ''
first-round loser consolation 548-4689; Michele Maharaj at
match format. 548-1472 or visit www.yulee
Cost to enter is $20 per tennisfoundationcom. 'Tennis balls, tournament Recreation Department
towel and awards to finalists Central Park Tennis Courts,
provided.. etri 1218 Atlantic Ave. Call 2377-
Deadline to ene sMay 7350 or Maharaj Tennis at .2800 Bill Melton Road
10 at 5 p.m. Entries are being 548-1472. Kraft TennisFeadnBacL accepted at the Parks and Partners. 96102 Buccaneer FendaBahL
Recreation office. Trail, Amelia Islf.nd. Call 904.277370
Mark your calendar for Susie DeMille at 26.1-3 185. feomandinabeachgolfclub.com
May 7-13 for the Players Programs are through the
Championship at TPC U.S. Tennis Association. --.






O UD OR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4,2012/NEWS- LEADER
OUTDOORS






81- ound drum leads in annual tourney
P a t ,y
John Jones recently landed crab," Mateo
the largest black drum Dillard said.
entered so far in the popular "After 40
annual Nassau Sport Fishing minutes of
Association Black Drum serious bat- ...
Tournament. Jones' catch tie, Capt.
tipped the scales at Don Ben
Whitman's "Bait House" to an Forehand
even 81 pounds. helped me
Jones fishes regularly with land mvery,
his son, Jacob, and both are OUTDOORS first fish,-a
past winners of the annual .... 77-pound
tournament. Jones is present- TerIyLacoss black drum." ly leading this year's tourna- Michdel
ment with an 81-pound black Maki recently combined busi- J~,~ drum caught March 23. ness and a family fishing trip
Mike Scott is holding while attending a Pepsico : ..
down second place with a meeting at The Ritz-Carlton, .,
74.02-pound black.drum. Amelia Island. During the
Seasoned black drum fisher- group fishing trip aboard
man and past winner Tony Capt. Benny Hendrix's
Peeples is holding down third "Heavy Hitter" charter fishing
place with his 66.44-pound boat, Michael Maki reeled his
black drum. largest fish, a 60-pound black
Photos of the winning fish drum. Wife Amanda, daughand results will appear in the ter Elizabeth and sons Kilian
News-Leader at the end of the and Logan also participated in
tournament. The popular the big catch.
event ends April'22.. Needless to say, if you
Jo Ann Brown visited wish to tangle with a giant
Amelia Island recently and fish, Amelia Island has your
decided to test her fishing, big fish just waiting to test
skills. After securing a fishing your fishing skills. -,.
chart and a good supply of "Giant black drum are
live shrimp, Brown was soon here in force," seasoned saltlowering agold spoon tipped water fishing veteran Robert
with a live shrimp into the Walker said. "Just recently I
deep depths of Cumberland hooked into a 50-pound black
Sound. drum whilefishing just
"I was fishing with my behind the first Range Finder .
favorite fishing rod and reel, a at Cumberland Sound. I knew
seven-foot Shimano spinning I was fishing in a good spot as
rod and 4000 Shimano fishing my fish recorder was marking
reel," Brown said.."My spin- big drum right beneath my
ning reel was filled with eight- fishing boat- ..,'N-"
,pound' monofilament fishing "After landing my big
line with a 20-pound monofila- drum, myloutboard motor
meant leader. It didn't take too quit running and I had to be
long.before I had a good towed in. I ended up giving
strike and I was soon fighting my big drum away in
a heavy fish." exchange for the tow back to
Forty minutes later, Brown Egans Creek."
landed a real giant of an Walker moors his fishing .
Amelia Island gamefish. boat, the "Music Man," in ",4 .
That big drum bottomed Walker's Creek at Bill
out my 50-pound fish' scales," Kavanaugh's Marina, which
Brown said. "So, my best offers easy access to some of
guess is my fish of a lifetime Amelia Island's best big SPECAL PHOTOS
weighed close to 60 pounds." gamefishing. In fact, Walker Elizabeth Maki, Amanda Maki, first mate David Johnson, Michael Maki,
Terrell and 'Nancy Dillard spends a lot of his retirement Capt. Benny Hendrix, Kilian Maki and Logan Maki, top from left, are
recently chartered the local time rigging fishing rods and pictured with Michael Maki's 60-pound black drum caught aboard the
fishing boat, "Miss Lucy," and boat at dockside, where his "Heavy Hitter." Jo Ann Brown, left, visiting from Tofonto, Canada, is
were soon fishing at the tip of music is legendary pictured with her giant Amelia Island black drum caught with eightthe St. Marys south jetty Austin Pride went to Jim pound fishing line. Above left, Fred McKlaip hooked his fish of a liferacks,.fishing their two sons,', KilagPak Saturday y.ith.a 23-. timo.wI!it! fishing a* the# south jetty rocks, After~an
Mateo .and Isaiah,, iid&grandi.. spot'redfish, eventually taking aOhur's ba Captain T.,- -63.idi .
father Roberto Maldonado. home the top prize during the Above right, Mateo Dillard fished with Capt. Ben Forehand aboard the
Capt. Ben Forehand rigged annual Times-Union Redfish "Miss Lucy" and caught his very first fish, a 77-pound black drum.
their fishing hooks with fresh Roundup, worth $7,200. Jim
shrimp-and pieces of blue Price took second place with
-crab that were dropped down a 12-spot redfish; Eric Fuller honors with an 11-spot red- Martin landed a legal redfish fish checked in without spots early. The popular charity to the bottom of the fishy jetty was third with an 11-spot red- fish. In case of ties, the first ,that, for some reason, came during the event, event has donated some hole. fish; Cossie Brown was fourth angler to check in wins. into this world with out a sin- Thundershowers arrived $120,000 to Safe Harbor Boy's
"I hooked into a really big with'an 11-spot redfish; and Fernandina Beach's gle spot There was, however, late morning so many contest-. Home since the tournament
fish that had eaten my blue JeremyPaxon took fifth-place. George Smith and Levi a $500 award for the first red- ants headed to the check-in -started.


RECREATION ROUNDUP OUTDOOR BRIEFS

The city of Fernandina starts June 11. Contact Jay Avenue Recreation Center. Boampaf m m Besides enjoying the fun of reeling ina
Beach Recreation Depart- Roberts at 277-7350, ext. ASA rules, games on Tues- fish, people ind that recreational fishing is a
ment (city website www.fbfl. 2013, or jrobertson@fbfl.org. day nights. Team fee is $375 A free course titled "About Boating Safely" good motivator to enjoy the great outdoors. In us) offers: Summer coed kickball and due May 21. A $25 late is being offered by the U.S. Coast Guard fact, fishing is a prime reason lots of folks get
Spring dodgeball tourna- league registration is from charge will be added to fees Auxiliary, Amelia Island; Flotilla 14-1. The next Qutside in the first place.
meant will be April 22 at Peck May 1-29 at the Atlantic received after May 21. No course will begin May 19 with registration at Fishing is a low-cost, wholesome form of Gym for ages 13 and.up. Avenue Recreation Center. fees accepted after May 22. 7:30 a.m. Classes begin at 8 am. Bring a entertainment, Which is why the FWC offers
Format is five-on-five with an League is open to ages 15 Mandatory captain's meeting lunch for the short lunch break. four days when a recreational fishing license is
eight-person roster limit, and up with a minimum of May 23 at the Atlantic Center. Upon successful completion of the course, not needed. The FWC also made June 2 and round robin followed by sin-. eight players, maximum of 11 Season begins June 5..For participants will receive a state of Florida Sept. 1 license-free saltwater fishing days and gle elimination. Team fee is on the field (four must be information, contact Jason at Boating Safety Education identification card, set June 9 as the geconid license-free freshwa$50. Register through April female) with a 20-person ros- 277-7256 or jbrown@fbfl.org. which is good for life. Cost of the course is $15 ter fishing day. These days coincide with a hol18 at the Atlantic Avenue' ter limit. All teams must des- Summer men's softball for the general public. iday weekendNational Fishing and Boating
Recreation Center. For infor- ignate one umpire to officiate league registration is from The class will be held at the Amelia Island Week or open-harvest seasons for popular bay matron, contact Jay .Roberts a neutral game per game May ;1-21 at the Atlantic Lighthouse Cottage on O'Hagan Lane, scallops, lobster and king mackerel;
at 277-7350, ext. 2013, or night. Eight-game season Avenue Recreatron Center. between 215 and 217 Lighthouse Circle, All other bag limit, season and size restricjrobertson@fbfl.org, and'tournament. Games USSSA rules; games on Fernandina Beach. .ons apply on these dates for recreational, not
Summer adult basketball played Wednesday nights. 'Thursday nights. Team 'fee is The auxiliary is a volunteer organization commercial, fishing.
league registration is from' Team'fee is $1 00 and due $450 and due May'21. A $25 'promoting boating safety all Maurice Beal at To make your fishing day successful, check through June 1 at the Atlantic May 29. Mandatory captain's late charge will be, added tb 735-0322 for information, out My FWt~com/Fishing for freshwater fishAvenue Recreation Center. A .meeting is May 30 at the fees received 'after May 21. in mg tips, locations and rules
.12-game season and tourna- Atlantic Avenue 'Recreation No fees accepted' a~ter May Drum tournament lt .
ment. Teams must have Center; designed umpires 22. Mandatory captain's 'hNasuprtFhigsoain ,So escape the hustle and bustle Saturday
matching uniforms; check should also attend. Season. meeting May 23 at theThNasuSotFhngssctins
. color availability when regis- begins June 6. For informa- Atlantic Center. Season holding its annual Black Drum Tournament by telling everyone you've "gone fishing.." But tering. Games will be played tion, contact Jason at 277- begins June 7. For informa- through April 22. Entry fee is $40 plus $10 for" don't forget to take your lids and spouse and Mondays and Thursdays and 7256 or jbrOwn@fbfl.org, tion, contact Jasonat 277- .the toui-nament-within-a-tournament. For friendss to share the fun. possibly Wednesdays at Summer women's soft- 7256 or jbrown @fbfl.org or information, Call Deborah Biggs at 206-0817
Peck Gym. Team fee is $375 ball league registration is w vsit www.leaguelineup, or visit www.fishnsfa.com. Bassmastlersmeet
and due June 1. Season from May 1-21 at the Atlantic com/fbflsoftbal!. Nassau Bassmasters, associated with the
Free fislnlgSalturday Florida Bass Federation, the Bass Federation
The possibilities for taking advantage of the and the FLW, meets the first Tuesday of every F ERN AN V I N A 'B E AC 1 r1T )ES license-free fishing day Saturday in Florida are month at the Pig Bar-B-Que restaurant in
almost endless. That's because people of all 'Callahan at 7 p.m. Membership into the club is
Tides, Sun, &AMoon,:A prit 4-1 1,' 20 12 ages can cast their lines into 3 million acres of open to anyone 16 years old. Call Bob Schlag
lakes, ponds and reservoirs and 12,000 miles at (912) 729-2282 in Kingsland, Aaron Bell at
W ursMoonset 5:22A i 7:4LW I:00A -0.6419' Su ,Sunrise 7:05A Low 4:29A -I. I1' of fishable i-ivers, streams and canals. (904) 545-5092 i'n Callahan or Tim McCoy at
VY~&O unie .IA ih 24 64 rnuuUfe Moonset 8:13A High 1051A 6.80' The hardest part might be picking your .261-3735 in Fernandina Beach.',
4/ Moonrise :44P Low 1211' -0.35' 4/8 Sunset 7:491' Low 4:36P' -I.3 destination.
44 Sunset 7:471' High 7:54P 6.81' Moonrise l0:21P High_ ll:23p 7.73', These abundant resources, coupled with NSlFAreets
Moose 6:1ALowl~5A-0.~'Sunis "responsible freshwater fish management, are The Nassausport Fishing Association
Thur. 7one :OBA 'o 817A -059 MOn. urse 7:0'4A Low5:21A -0.93' why Florida is known as the "Fishing Capital meets at 7 p.m. the second and fourth
Sunrise 70AHigh 81A6.67 Moonset 9:06A High I l:43A 6.65' of the World." Wednesdays of the month at: the Ten Acres
AI5 Moonrise 6:51 P Icow 212P'-0.74' Sn set~o 7:501
S Sunset 7:47P1 ih' :7 7.26' Moonrise I 1:28P Low 5:25P -0.91' The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Kraft Athletic Club. Call Deborah Biggs at 206Hih84PCommission scheduled the first of four 0817 or visit www.fishnsfacom.
MH14oonset 6:41IA Low 248A -0.92' e Sunrise 7:03A High 12:16A 7.56' '!icense-free recreational fishing days on this
no unrse 7:8A igh9:0A 681'Low 6:14 A -0.61' holiday weekend so more people will have the
Ful Monr :0PAHg :8 .1 s Moonset 10:04A High 12:35P 6.45'
4/6 Moone B:20P ow0O -.3' 4 0 Sust 701Hih235 65' chance to get out and try their luck. Plus, this r'Auw'larymeets ,
Su6Monse 7:8: Hig 9:31'0 7.59' L/0 Sne :0 ow6:18gP 0.56' weekend coincides with a productive freshwai- The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Amelia
Sunst 748PHig 9:9P .59ter fishing period, when the weather is usually Island Flotilla 14-1, meets the first Thursday of
Sa Snie 7:07A 10w 3:39A -I.10' .~orie1:0AHg :1I .6 pleasant. Many of Florida's recreational sport each month in the Amelia Island Light-house
7:2ASighnrisA6.6'7:02A Low 7:IOA -0.25' fishes, such as black bass, bluegill and redear Cottage, located on O'I-agan Lane, between
Moo Snse 9:19P High 1:1 7.7' 4/I I Moonset 11:05P' High 1:30P' 6.22' sunfish, move into the shallows to spawn dur- 215 and 217. Lighthouse Circle.
Monrse91 PHgh10.3IP .7'Sunset 7:5 1 Low 7:171P -0.14' ing spring, making them more available for" New members are welcome. Call 261-889
Tide calculations are for Amelia River, Fernandina Beach. No Corrections are necessary. anglers to catch. fOr" information.
Sun & Mocsi events are also caicuiated for Fer-na,,dlna Beach, although actual times may vary because of land masses.
.......... .,~o :- ...RIN... AIR ---... N Display Advertising deadline forWednesdayis 3pxm. FridayCaseddrtsndd ns5.0pmMo a.
CIONDITIONER Classipl e Advetsng deadline ria & ,Opm. Monday
CHECK1 $, .Dis layfe Advertising deadline orsr5da i0 p.m. Tuesday
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. 2012
PAGE'5B NEWS-LEADER FERNANDINA BEACH. FL





Katie Ride a fun day with a life-saving mission

I had a chance to catch up Katie sion of this foundation.
with Lance Jones, director of Ride/Walk. Morgan made the choice to
Amelia Island's annual Katie Crofton has become an organ donor when,
Ride/Walk, to find out more participated she received her driver's
about this year's eighth annu- each year license at the age of 16. She
al event. The dynamic young starting in continues to impact people's
man brings lots of energy to 2010. This lives every day. I will be riding
the event that was started in year she will in honor of Morgan's life and 4
2005 by the Caples family. lead Team. for the Katie Caples A
Dave and Susan Caples, Mayo Clinic. Foundation," shared Crofton.
owners of Elizabeth Pointe Crofton The cycling event offers
Lodge, created the event and THE was commit- courses of varying distance,
a foundation to honor their PORCH ted before a from 7 to 100 miles, and the
'daughter Katie Caples, who life changing popular Katie Walk with either
did not survive the tragedy of event a 5K or 1 OK option. Funds
an automobile accident The Dickie increased raised by both events help to
Caples learned of the need for Anderson her passion promote organ and tissue and value of organ transplant for the' annu- donation and deliver imporin the hardest way imaginable. al event. In the fall of 2010 her tant educational programs to '
They Were able to honor sister, Morgan, was killed in a high school freshmen and Katie's wishes and donate her car accident and became a sophomores. sUBNMITTED
organs to several different donor. Crofton and her family Youcan sign up to partici- Team Mayo Clinic will participate in the Katie Ride for Life on April 21 in honor of the recipients. feel that their commitment to pate up until the day of the latI sister of Ashley Crofton, the hospital's Transplant Department scheduling coordiWe talked about the many thelevent is a way to honor event. Chances are you know nator. incredible stories tied to this Morgan each year. someone who is riding in this event. Jones mentioned ".Right now we have 130 year's Katie Ride/Walk.
Ashley Crofton, a young people registered and have a Support their efforts and board a bike or with your best Ninety percent of Dickie Anderson welcomes woman who is the desk and team goal of $20,000 make a donation. If you have walking shoes or cheering Americans say they support your comments. Books are
scheduling coordinator in the Everyone is exciteal about not already, consider being an everyone on! organ donation, but only 30 available at local book and gift Transplant Department at what is always a fun day with a organ donor. I will be riding For more information or to percent know the essential stores or online at www.dickieMayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic is great result to help save with my Sunrise Rotary Team. make a donation go to steps to be a donor. Know the anderson.com. the presenting sponsor of the more lives through the mis- Hope to see you there on katierideforlie.org. steps at www.DonateLife.net dickie.anderson~gmaicom






Museum donation
The Plantation Ladies
Association hosted a luncheon on March 13 at the .......
Amelia Island Club. The
association provides social
and cultural enrichment ,
programs for members and
encourages civic projects
that benefit the community.
In March, the Amelia
Island Museum of History
was invited to the luncheon.
Phyllis Davis, executive
director of the museum;
Thea Seagraves, volupteer
,and tour director, and Dr.
Bill Birdsong, a physician
who also has a master's.,
degree in anthropology, SUBMIT ED
attended the luncheon. o Bo
Birdsong has been a volunteer at the museum for the Fourteen Marine pilots and spouses from VMA 211, who served together in Chu Lai,
past 12 years and deliv- Vietnam in 1965-66, celebrate447 years of friendship solidified via combat operaered a fascinating presenta- tions. Hosted by Ed and Mariann Weihennayer, they stayed at oceanfront villas at the
tion about local history Omni Resort on Amelia Island Plantation and at the Hampton Inn. They kayaked
entitled, "Timucuans Lofton Creek, above, visited White Oak Plantation, golfed at Long Point and enjoyed
Archeology and Biology." dinners at local restaurants. The capstone, event was a dinner cruise to Cumberland
The Plantation Ladies Island. Joining them was their skipper, Col. Roy C. Gray, a POW in North Korea, a
Association was proud to test pilot and a top candidate for the moon shot that brought- fame to his friend,
present a donation of $900 ..Marine Col. John Glenn. The VMA 211 Marines refer to themselves as Roy's Boys.
to Davis, on behalf of the Also attending were squadronmates Gen. John Molini and Bob Dawson, who years
museum, to help support later also commanded VMA 21-1, his old unit.
the organization's mission
and goals.
Top right, from left, are
Davis, Kris Stenson, president, Plantation. Ladies
Association, Amelia Island,
and Liz Pellino, Community Outreach Committee
Chair, Plantation Ladies
Association, Amelia Island.
Below right, from left,
are Seagraves, Stenson and
Birdsong.
The museum is located<\:\ "
at 233 S. Third St. Visit 1
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Maintain Your Brain

Below, Stephania Sykes-Bumns, program coordinator for the North Florida Alzheimer's Association, and Susanne Steffen, president of the Woman's Club of Fernandina Beach, at the club's recent "Maintain Your Brain" program and luncheon. The Woman's Club sponsored the program provided by the Alzheimer's Association as well as lunch for 135 members and guests. Participants were given a workbook and ~- brochure to take home for more information on how they can adopt a brain-healthy
j ~" lifestyle. Above, Betty Djckson and Emily Hicks talk to guests at the luncheon.



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,PHOTO BY CAROLINE BLOCHLINGER/PORTHE NEWS-LEADER
Rotary down under

The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise welcomed Rotarian Jennifer Scott of ~ Australia via Skype at the March 9 meeting. Scott lives in Wentworth Falls, near........:..
Syndey where the weather is similar to San Diego. Kangaroos, waterfalls, canyons "- .....
and over 41 species of birds surround the Blue Mountains community. Sunrise Rotary President Katey Breen met Scott in India where they volunteered with other 5 Rotarians to help immunize children against polio. Formerly a corporate lawyer,

Scott is now a mediator. In Australia, 85 percent of legal cases are solved by mediation versus litigation and going to trial. A mediator helps facilitate discussions between two parties to determine the best outcome for all concerned. In 2014, reconnecting with Rotarians worldwide. ;,t ..





6B WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. 2012 AROUND TOWN News-Leader


LITERARY HOME & GARDEN BRIEFS NASSAU COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES
LEANINGS
My name is Apollo. I am a
Farmers Market 1 1/2-year-old retriever mix
Library focus The Fernandina Farmers male. I have a beautiful tan
The Nassau County Market Booth With A Cause coat with white under my
Public Library System is program will host the Wild chest, down my nose and
developing a "Long Range Amelia Nature Festival April some on my feet. I weigh 50
Plan of Service" for 2013-17. 7. Volunteers will have the lat- pounds, am up-to-date on all
Focus groups will be held est news about the sixth my boosters, am hea-tworm
throughout the county to annual festival that will be negative and I am already
gather input from residents held May 18-20, including the neutered. Unfortunately I was
and a new survey will be just-published complete pro- turned in to the shelter by my
posted on the library web- gram of events, ecotours and owners because their work
site. Visit www.nassau classes, vintage T-shirts from schedule didn't allow much self. I would make a, wonderreads.com to take the sur- previous festivals and 2012' time.for me and they wanted ful companion. I can be found
vey Currently, two focus membership information. PHOTO BY KATHY BROOKS/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER me to get more attention and at the Nassau County Anifial
groups have been sched- The Wild Amelia Nature Naturalist Carl Watson is one of many ecotour guides love than they could give. I Services, 86078 License Road,
uled: Fernandina Beach, Festival's mission is to edu- during the Wild Amelia Nature Festival. Here he is am a very happy dog. Every Yulee, 491-7440, Tuesday April 10, 7-8:30 p.m. at the cate residents and visitors leading a hike around Willow Pond at Fort Clinch State time they took my picture, I through Friday 11 a.m. to 4 Fernandina Beach branch, about the wildlife and wild Park. tried to kiss the photographer. p.m., Saturdays 11 a.m. to 3:30
25 N. Fourth St., and in places of the island to pro- Everyone needs kisses! p.m. and closed Sundays and
Hilliard, April 16, 7-8:30 p.m. mote appreciation and careful Please come gee me for your- Mondays.
in the Cassidy Family stewardship. Programs Photo contest 8:45 a.m. at the golf club,
Conference Room of the include activities throughout 34050 North Hampton Club
Hilliard branch, 15821CR the .year as the all-volunteer, The fourth annual Wild Way, Yulee. For information 8 C'S BIG DOG RESCUE
108. Seating is limited, ,o nonprofit organization fulfills Amelia Nature Photography contact Jane Bailey at 261please RSVP to libraryin- its educational mission Contest is accepting digital 9884or dnjbailey@mindfo@nassaucountyfl.com or through free Monthly nature images as entries through spring.com. This spunky girl is Kira, a
277-7365. Check the library forums; an educational part- April 6. The contest is open to 13-week-old Lab/Rott mix
website for further informa- nership with the Boys and amateur and professional Plant clinic puppy. She is a very sweet
tion on future focus group Girls Clubs Foundationof photographers of all ages On April 16 from 10 a.m. (lots of puppy kisses.D and locations and to participate Nassau County; and a fledg- with images of nature wild- until 2 p.m., Nassau County playful. She loves to snuggle in the online survey ling Junior Naturalist life and wild places (land- Master Gardener volunteers up and watch TV but is happy
Program, to be field-tested scapes) found on or near will conduct a Plant Clinic at to run around the yard playthis summer. Wild Amelia Amelia Island. Visit www.wild the Yulee Extension Office ing with her canine foster sil Award-winning author volunteers also participate in amelia.com for rules and (MA and Pages Dairy Road). lings as well! She is great with
Nancy Mturray will sign Adopt-a-Road and Adopt-a- entry forms. Prizes will be All county residents are invit- other dogs and children. Kira' copies of her latest book, Shore cleanup programs. awarded to the top three pho- ed to bring plant samples would be a great fit into 7TeNight the Elephants Also at the market Satur- tos in each category Winners showing problems in their almost any home. Kira is in a
Cried A Story of the day will be Olive My Pickle, will be announced during the landscapes. Problems will be foster home, learning to
Tsunami, on April 5 from 2- Gabriela's Tamales and PC Wild Amelia Nature Festival identified and solutions offer- housebreak and crate train. 51p.m. at The Book Loft, 214 Fresh Herbs. on May 19 at 3:30 p.m. at the ed for correction. There is no She is fixed and up to date on
Centre St. The market is open every Atlantic Recreation Center. fee for this service. For infor- shots. Please call (904) 507- information on this beautiful
The book won the 2011 Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p:m. at Wild Nite mation call (904) 879-1019. 8095 if you would like more girl.
International Book Award the corner of Seventh and B
for young adult fiction. Her Centre streets with farm Wild Amelia Nature picture storybook, Gtillah, fresh produce, organic prod- Festival and Amelia Island The 10th annual butterly CATS ANGELS
the Nawleans Cat Meets ucts, specialty foods and a Sea Turtle Watch have release and seminar disKatrina, is in the De wide variety of plants, garden announced that the. next Wild cussing the types of Florida
Grummond Children's flowers and herbs. Call'491- ,Nite, on Saving Sea Turtles, native plants that attract but- Toby is a cat who just loves
literary Collection at the 4872 or visit www.fernandina- April 10 at 7 p.m. at the Peck terflies to your garden will be people. He enjoys being held University of Mississippi. farmersmarket.com. For Center Auditorium, will focus' held April 21 from 10-11:30 and is playful too. Toby is a
The Night the Elephants information onthe Amelia on the work of Amelia Island am. at Reflections of Nature young boy with a medium
Cried is based on a true Island Wine Festival on Oct. Sea Turtle Watch and serve Garden Center, 850688 US 17 length blackland white coat of BBC story Young Jerry 13 at the downtown water- as its annual organizational South in Yulee. The eventis soft fur. Toby has a sweet
Edmunds is apprenticed to front, visit www.ameliawine. meeting as well. The event is free and open to the public. 'purfsonality" and will be a the mahouts, the Thailand com. free and open to sea turtle Call 225-9915 for information, fun addition to your family.
elephant trekkers working lovers of all ages. The speak- Visit www.catsangels.c6m to
the beaches. Faced with a Right whales talk er will be Mary Duffy, presi- Tour de Farm see our felines waiting for
herd of elephants and an Alicia Windham Reid, a dent of Amelia Island Sea Connor's A-Maze-Ing their forever home or call 321oncoming tsunami, he must right whale specialist, will Turtle Watch. Acres in Hilliard and 2267 to meet with an Adoption
make a decision, one on present a program on the Those wishing to volun- Fernandina's 29 South restau- Volunteer. Monday through Saturday
which his life and those of rarest of all large whales at teer this summer as a Turtle rant will participate in Slow Been tb Cats Angels Thrift from 11 am.-5 p.m. Please others depends. Visit www. Nassau Sierra's meeting at Watch volunteer will be able Food First Coast's second Store lately? If not, you're bring us your donations durNancyMurrayauthor.com. the Council on Aging.at 7 to sign up at the meeting. For annual Tour de Farm, an missing out on the bargains ing business hours or call 321Call the store at 261-8991. p.m. tonight. information call 583-1913. opportunity to meet the farm- we have on furniture, appli- 2267.to arrange a pick-up of
Being the ultimate snow- Visit www.ameliaislandsea- ers that produce local food ances, home goods and deco- large items. Also visit our Libraries dosed bird, right whales come to turtlewatch.com. The Wild and the chefs qnd artisans rations, jewelry, pet items, booth at-Trailer Park
The Nassau County calve and rest December Amelia Nature Festival will committed to using locally books and more. We. have sea- Collectibles, 702 Centre St.,
Public Library System will through March in coastal have a sea turtle release on grown ingredients. An uber s na titem-tooj, sosti 3Lbt $6 whichis'open'daily-i.,K' Wtlis'ed 6iiFrid F ,:Afl'7- l r M6l Friday, May 18 at Main of local chefs will offer cook-' compldte your Eastef h6f>-" Please spay and neuter aniin observance of the holi- homes and condos along our Beach. To learn more go to. ing demonstrations. ping. Cats Angels Thrift Store mals in your care. Call Cats
day The book drops will coastline until they make www.wildamelia.com. Over 20 farms'in St. and Adoption 'Center, located Angels at 321-2267 for lower
remain open. their way back north. Today, F Johns, Baker, Bradford, at 709 S. Eighth St., is open cost options on these services.
only about 300 are left. Fun walk Duval, Putnam and Nassau
Windham Reid will touch on The Walkfn' Nassau Club counties will open their gates John W. Zimmerman Sr. their natural history, behav- will walk in North Hampton for this free, family friendly
will sign his book, America ior, anthropogenic threats on April 14 at 9 a.m., followed event on April 22 from noon NASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY Adrift- Righting the Course, and the reason many of these by breakfast/brunch at the to 5 p.m. Download the
from noon-3 ocean giants head south each North Hampton Golf Club for brochure at www.slowfoodp.m. April 7 winter. The public is invited, anyone interested. Meet at firstcoast.com.
at The
Book Loft, 214 Centre
St. In this
passionate PET PROJECTS
and deeply
personal Yann hou will host an Animal Artist out is at 10 a.m. Ride out on
account, Corner on April 14 at the your own or with a group.
Zimmerman issues a call to The next Yappy Hour, a Paws-Ability Resale Store in Fee is $25 per person. all Americans to bring back pet-friendly happy hour is the Harris leter shopping Jackpot Obstacle Challenge the value system honesty, from 6-8 p.m. tonight at The center. offered. The club will serve
trust, loyalty, commitment, Falcon's Nest at Omni Rachel Singleton, 13, will lunch from Callahan BBQ
moderation and self-impro- Amelia Island Plantation. draw portraits from still pic- from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. for $6 per Sweet Pea is the perfect Medium Hair mix, about three vement- that made the Donations are accepted at all tures of pets from 10 a.m.-2 plate, including drink and name for this very sweet years old, with a black and
United States of America Yappy Hours for Rescuing p.m. Her recent workwas dessert. All horse riders Lab/bulldog mix She's ab6ut white coat. She has probably the respected nation that it Animals in Nassau. Bring shown at Mardi Paws, with must RSVP by April 26. To two years old and is very lived outside and hasn't had a Was and can be. Quoting your pooch for a tail waggin' much admiration. Please sign up or learn more call affectionate and happy. She lot of interaction with other
research studies, he ti';ces good time. For information bring a clear.picture of your Jennifer Hall at (904) 845- gets along with other dogs at cats. She gets along with peo"America's disturbing moral call Stacy at (904) 613-3440. pet for Singleton to work 2925. our shelter and we think she ple and will come to you when
deterioration" in different D .,.1from. NHSJ would do well with kids too. she's ready for some affection.
segments of society and LR.okI.tle Proceeds from the event d.I She came to us from another She's pretty low-maintenance
suggests "workable solu- Cats'Angels will, hold a will benefit several animal Hans Weiner and Basil facility but we believe she and would probably do best in
tions to help those in need book sale on April 14 from 9 charities along with Hambone, Esq. (life-size toy must have lived in a home. a quiet home where she's the 'develop a good value sys- am.-noon in the parking lot Singleton's college fund. dogs) invite you to visit them Shie knows commands and we only cat in the family. You can temn and quality of life." 'at 709 S. Eighth St., with a Complimentary desserts and' at the Nassau Humane think she's housetr'ained if watch videos of many of our Zimmerman lives on Amelia variety of books to choose refreshments will be served. Society's Second Chance not we think she could learn pets at NassauHumaneSo Island with his wife, from. Purchase a bag for $1 For information call (904) store and donate the price of easily, because. she's smart ciety.com.
Charlotte. Profits from the and fill it with books. Cats 879-5861 or email rainhu- a ticket toward being the .' and aimsto please. She's loves Attention golfers please book will benefit the Boys Angels is a 501 (c)3 charity. It mane@yahoo.comn, new forever home of one or to go on walks. Plus she has mark your calendar now for and Giirls Clubs of America. receives no monies from any both. beautiful brindle markings on our annual Pars for Paws Golf
Call the store at 261-8991. government entity. All rev- Horse.i'ide Tickets are $2 each, or her white coat and'a winning Classic at beautiful h~ong
FOL book club enue received to support its The 4-H group Juss' three for $5. The drawing for smile to go with her great per- Pona four-person hand icap
organization is through pri- Horsin' Around will hold its their new homes will be April sonailty! cabeflowdb vnn
The Friends of the vate dfonations, grants and annual fundraiser for RAIN 27. Second Chance is located Joy is a beautiful cat with a festivities including a silent
Library Book Club meets at fundraising. Humane Society on April 28 at 3185S. Eighth St., 321-0022, beautiful name, which she auction. For information and
7 p.m. on the second Thurs- at Deep Creek Plantation, open every day except received because she came to registration please visit
day of every month in the Artitst COInT, & located on CR 121 in Nassau Sunday Just look for the dog- us during the Christmas sea- NassauHumianeSociet3'.com or
parlor room of St. Peter's RAIN Humane Society County First horseback ride house. son. Wouldn't it be wonderful contact Mike Clower at 261Episcopal Church, 801 if she could find a loving home 2217. All proceeds benefit the
Atlantic Ave., with modera- this week, during the Easter homeless pets at our shelter
tOrS Marilyn and Norman RAIN season? She's a Domestic on Airport Road.
Wesley New members are
welcome. April 12 will feature The Sun Also Rises by STARS
Ernest Hemingway April 1 marked the begin--_________________________Coffe: husening of what we in the animal
Cofehue'business refer to as "the sea- Jenny is a 4-year-old, 18The 10th annual Literary son." This is the time of the pound female terrier mix who
Magazine Coffee House to year when kittens and pup- likes to hang out on the back
unveil Fernandina Beach pies begin pouring through porch. She is good with peoMiddle School's magazine, the doors of shelters every- pie but not'good about sharSmoi-gasbord,'All You can where. RAIN Humane ing her treats with other
Read, will be held on April Society encourages anyonedos 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the who would like to help out Save the Animals Rescue
Atlantic Recreation Center. with the noble cause of ani- Society does not run a shelter.
The magazine for students, mals, but cannot volunteer at Animals are fostered by
by students celebrates cre- the local shelters, to inquire -. SARS metnbers until a suitativity through word and about fostering a pet or pets. able and caring home is
image. This year, more than Without our foster parents, mer. Contact one of the local 5861; Nassau County Animal found. STARS needs new fos250 students submitted many of these pets would not animal orgaiizations and Services, 491-7440; Cats ter homes in order to i-escue
their work. 'have a chance, become a foster parent today Angels Inc., SPCA, 321-2207; more animals and increase
Admission is $5 for chil- Shown here are Jennifer' For information on RAIN 8 C's Big Dog Rescue, bigdo- adoptions. !.
clren, $10 for adults and Gooding and Jeffrey Bunch 'Humane Society, visit rainhu- grescue@windstream.net; If you are interested in'... includes a copy of the maga- of Fernandina Beach, loading manespca.org. Pet Angel Welfare Society, adopting a STARS dog, please ..
zine, i-efi'eshments and their foster pups, Gigi and Organizations which will (904) 343-9033; and Nassau visit our website at www.star- :: entei-tainment. For informa- Moose, onto one of the many appreciate your help with Humane Society (city of sofamelia.org and fill out an: tion contact Heather RAIN Ti-ains expected to- fostering include: RAIN Fernandina Beach), 321- adoption application. Thank "l
Stefanski at 22.5-8992. transport this spring/sum- Humane Society, (904) 879- 1647. you.




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PEOPLE &PLACES EASTER EGG HUNTS & MORE Chamber
Centre St., will host "Easter at the Church," fingers
F hllsa free community celebration on April 7si g r

SPECIAL EVENTS jointly sponsored by the muse- The Nassau County Public Library from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Enjoy an egg hunt,
um and Amelia Research and System'will host "Going On An Egg Hunt" organized by age group, from 10:30 am.-1 Recovery, LLC, the Amelia- today at 10:30 a.m. at Central Park in p.m., photos with the Easter Bunny at 10 concert Sounds on Cetre based company that searches Fernandina Beach; and April 5 at 10:30 a.m. a.m., bounce houses and food. Park at the
Sounds on Centre, pre- for and recovers sunken treas- at the Yulee library in the FSCJ, Betty P. Nassau County School Board offices at The Island Chamber Singers sented by the Historic ure from Spanish Galleons. Cook Center. 1201 Atlantic Ave. (across from Central will present "19th Century
Fernandina Business The museum is located at Children will enjoy an adventurous story, Park), free of charge. Shuttle bus service Romantics," a concert showAssociation, will feature Orlino 1335 S. Eighth St. No reserva- games and egg hunts. Please bring baskets to the church will begin at 9:30 a.m. All are casing Brahms and Puccini, on Esguerra with Hip Hop music tions are needed. Call (904) with eggs for hunting. For information con- welcome. April 20 and 22 at the Amelia
on April 6. Concerts are held 838,6688 or (904) 838-6619. tact your library branch, visit www.nas- Plantation Chapel Featured will
the first Friday of each month NEXT WEEK saureads.com or email Michelle Forde, Eg Stravaganza be Giacomo Puccini's Messa di
(except during the Shrimp youth librarian, at Yulee United Methodist Church, located Gloria and Johannes Brahms'
Festival in May) from 6-8 p.m. Call forsingers mforde@nassaucountyfl.com. between Lofton Creek and Chester Road on Schicksalslied, or The Song of
on Centre Street between Christian Way, will hold its annual Easter Fate.
Second and Front streets. The 2012 observance of Plantation eents Egg-Stravaganza on April 7 at 10 a.m. Enjoy Since 2004 the 45-member
Bring a chair and your dancing the National Day of Prayer A Boardwalk Bash at March6 Burette, crafts, cookie decorating, fun, games and Island Chamber fingers have shoes. For information or to locally will be held April 26 at 7 The Shops at Omni Amelia Plantation, from prizes, with over 1,000 eggs for the "Big been performing two concerts become a sponsor contact p.m. at First Baptist Church of 5-8 p.m. April 6 will feature beer and wine Hunt." a year with instrumental ensemMadeline Richard at (904)' Femandina Beach, 1600 S. specials, live music and children's activities bles under the direction of Jane
688-0880 or mady@GoMady. Eighth St. including a bunny bounce house. On April 7 Old-fashioned hunt Lindberg. This year tenor
com. For the schedule, visit A community chorus is at 10 a.m. enjoy an Easter Parade at The All kids and kids at heart are invited to soloist Reginald Bouknight
SoundsOnCentre.com. being recruited to provide spe- Shops featuring decorated island hoppers join North 14th St. Baptist Church, 519 from Washington, D.C.,will sing
cial music and lead the sing- and bikes. Take your picture with the Easter North 14th St., Fernandina Beach, from 10 with the group and als6 perStrmetcar at ACT ing along with the Nassau Bunny or Tanner the Turtle from noon-1 -a.m. to noon April 7 for an old-fashioned form solos, including a selecAmelia Community Theatre Community Band. Pam p.m. and enjoy snow cones, a cakewalk and Easter Egg Hunt. There will be fun, prizes tion of spirituals.
presents "Streetcar Named Helton, music minister at cookie decorating, available for an additional and lunch, too. Call 261-0422. The concerts will take place Desire." Tennessee Williams' Amelia Baptist Church, is the cost. On April 6 and 7 from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. E at the chapel, 36 Bowman Road,
masterpiece explores the musical director for this inter- children can make Easter crafts at Picasso's Us L U on Friday, April 20 at 8 p.m..and
extremes between fantasy denominational event. Interes- Corner at The Shops. Fees range from $5- Elk's Lodge #1410, Temple #1058 will Sunday, April 22 t 3 p.m. An and reality. While visiting her ted singers are invited to $30. On April 8 at 8 a.m. visit with the Easter host the annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 8 opening -night reception will be sister, Stella, in New Orleans, attend rehearsals at Amelia Bunny at The Shops before the annual hunt at the Peck Center, 11th and Fir streets, held at the Fellowship Hall fallen Southern belle Blanche Baptist Church from 5-6 p.m. for eggs begins at 8:30 a.m. Fernandina Beach, for ages 1-16. All chil- immediately following Friday's
DuiBois' illusions of grandeur April 8 and 15 and to contact celebration dren are invited. performance.
are shattered by her earthy Allen Lennon at 261-8799 or For information contact R. Chambers at Tickets, $15 for adults and
and realistic brother-in-law, allenlennon@comcast.net so Memorial United Methodist Church, 601 432-8156. free for K-12 students, are availStanley Kowalski, in this sultry adequate copies of the music able at islandchambersing
Southern drama. Directed by can be obtained. ers.com, from Island Chamber
Marylee Long. Performances Singers members, the Welcome
are at 8 p.m. April 12,13, 14, story* Bank in Yulee or by mail'from served. For information orto the very first homes built on Center, 102 Centre St., (800)
19, 20, 21, 26, 27 and 28, with At the end of the War'of Ruth Brewer, 96145 purchase tickets, contact Alex American Beach, and homes 226-3542, and the AIFBY
a matinee.at 2 p.m. April 22. 1812,1,500 slaves were liber- Blaclkrock Road, Yulee, FL at 261-7378, ext. 102. where actor Ossie Davis and Chamber of Commerce, 961687 Tickets are on sale now at $20 ated from Cumberland Island, 32097. For information call jazz singer Billie Eckstein Gateway Blvd., Suite 10IG (AlA
for adults and $10 for stu- Ga. Kevin McCarthy, of Amelia 261-5958. inlopom stayed on frequent visits. and Amelia Island Parkway),
dents. River Cruises, will speak The city of Fernandina Tours are $25 per person. Call 261-3248. Tickets will also be
Amelia Community Theatre about the British occupation of EmP Iefl& Beach's first "Senior" Prom 261-0175 for reservations. sold at the door. For informais located at 207 Cedar St. the island and the proclama- Women of Power, a sub- will be held from 5:30-9 p.m. Otin call 225-0575 on weekdays.
Box office hours are Thursday, tion offering freedom to the sidiary of LaVerne Mitchell April 29 at the Atlantic Avenue PubcrMw Friday and Saturday from 11 slaves in the winter of 1815, at Ministries, presents It's All Recreation Center. Ages 55 One ticket, four pubs, a a.m.-1 p.m. and 90-minutes a meeting of the General About Purpose, a free and up are invited to enjoy a wealth of historical information
before curtain. Call 261-6749 Duncan Lamont Clinch empoWerment seminar for night of music courtesy of about downtown Femandina GhostwalkIdrgt for tickets' or purchase online Historical Society opi April 9 at women on April 14 from 10 Instant Groove, dancing, and a good time for all. Join Guests on this tour will at www.ameliacommunitythe- 7:30 p.m. at the Amelia Island a.m.-2 p.m. at the Amelia heavy hors d'oeuvres, the Amelia Island Museum of learn Amelia Island ghost'stoatre.org. Museum of History, 233 S. Island Museum of History, 233 refreshments and a cash bar History Thursdays at 5:30 ries as they tiptoe through
Third St. The public is invited. S. Third St. Presenters (beer and wine). Tickets are p.m. to tour four of the. town's dark streets and walk in the Memories exhibit include Lisa Presnell, entre- $25 and available at the rec most popular, notorious or, footsteps of a bygone. This
Seventh Street Gallery Aitinvitatioll preneur, LaKeesha Morris, center. For information con- otherwise historic pubs and tour begins at 6 p.m. every
invites you to a reception for The Island Art Association business consultant, Nicole tact Jay at 277-7350, ext 2013 bars. One.ticket will get you Friday. Meet your guide in the artist Jose Garcia, "Memories Cooperative Gallery invites White, public relations, and orjrobertson@fbfl.org. one drink at each establish- cemetery behind St. Peter's of Josephine Baker," a suite'of artists who are residents of Sherrie Gardner, entrepre- ment and an earful of colorful Episcopal Church, 801
vibrant paintings celebrating Nassau County to apply to neur, child-care specialist. Eastern Stalev!nt tales. Tickets are $25 per per- 'Atlantic Ave. Tickets may be Baker's magnetic free spirit, become exhibiting artists at RSVP is encouraged. For Fernandina Chapter #55 son (must be 21, must show purchased at the Amelia passion for life and exotic the IAA Cooperative Gallery, details contact Valerie Baker Order of The Eastern Star will ID), tour begins at the historic Island Museum of History for beauty as he fondly remem- 18 N. Second St. Applications at (904) 635-8789. celebrate its 100th anniver- train depot in downtown $10/adults and $5/students.
bears her. Garcia will also auto- are available at the gallery or COMING UP sary on April 29 at 2 p.m. If Fernan-dina Beach. Reserva- Contact Thea at 261-7378,
graph a limited edition hard- by emailing you are a descendant of a tions required. Contact Thea ext. 105 or Thea@ameliamucover book, Memories of mailbox@islandart.org. , 'Past Matron or Past Patron of at 261-7378, ext.105. seum.org for information.
Josephine Bakerfeaturing ...... Dead'efora'licationjs Fernandina hapter#5.. ,., ...... .
glossy prints accompaniedby April I0,:Allmediums will be, Join .'Partyand'a.Playat please use the contact7rlum--: C S W
Baker quotes and historical considered. Information ACT" on April 17 to support ber to reserve your seat in ...... annotations by Carol Sullivan. regarding the jury process will Communities in Schools of their honor. Call (904) 849- 1 2 4 7 10 11 12
Join the gallery at 14 S. be mailed to all applicants at Nassau County. Enjoy a spe- 7782. ..... 14
Seventh- St. (across from that time. For more informa- cial performance of "A StreetLulu's) on Friday or Saturday, tion visit www.islandart.org or car Named Desire" and liba- TOURS 1- 17
April 13-14 from 5-8 p.m. For contact Susan Sellner, IAA tions and heavy gourmet hours Wa xor -
questions, directions orto gallery director, at 261-5160. d'oeuvres by Horizon's Rest- Walkin 19 21
arrange an alternate viewing aurant. Tickets are $50 and Visitors can enjoy a 90time, call 432-8330. wwn u)Ptguii include the reception at 7 p.m. minute walking tour of
The April 10 meeting of the and performance at 8 p.m., all American Beach, including a 25 28 230 31 32 33 34
3prlng'showcase Amelia Island Quilt Guild will to benefit CIS. Tickets are stop at Miss Martha's "35 3 38 3"
The ACT Guild presents' a feature Karen Preston of Gold available at cisnassau.ticket Hideaway, a home built of
"Spring'Fever Showcase" on Star Stitchery with a trunk leap.com, 321-2000 or the hand-molded coquina blocks 40 41 42 43
April 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the show demonstrating her evo- AIFBY Chamber of that is listed on the National 5 4 .- 6
Amelia Community Theatre lution from traditional quilting Commerce, Register of Historic Places.
Mainstage Theatre, 207 Cedar to a less regimented style. T. The tour.also includes visits to 48 4- 4 5
St. Tickets are $15 adults and Preston's passions in life have Tammeln
$10 children/students (through influenced her quilting style The Amelia.sland 54 55 156
high school). and her recent interest in cre- Museum of History comes to SOLUTION MAR. 28 57 '1 2 63 84
Family is where you find it, ating cat dolls. She will offer a Sheffield's at the Palaceon __,and this musical revue, direct- workshop in basic doll making Centre Street with music by 6 6 67 8
ed by Jill Dillingham, spotlights techniques on April 11. Email Tammerlin, promising excep- AA A AC P RA AGMSR
the many kinds of families'and info@aiquilters.com for infor- tional guitar work accompany- A L L A H E L I 5 PIR E 8 69 71
relationships that make our mation or to register for the ing original songs and tradi- C R 0 E- -"---U--7lives fun and full.. Singers will workshop. The guild meets tional tunes pulled from the S I N P 0 R E include talent from the theater the second Tuesday of the roots of American music a C A R A N G S RESENTED BY
family, the community and month at the Woman's Club, little bit folk, pop, country, old A v E 5 P A R S M A R C H high schools. After the show, 201 Jean LaFitte Ave. Pro- time, British Isles and blues -I D 0 L s c B meet the cast and enjoy grams are free and open to with someworld music flavor- *R ES E ALiiTi /ETA ____.
refreshments. Be a part of the the public. Visit aiquilters.com, ings on April 22 from 5-7 p.m.' ACT family and join in a night NTikeemet ts e usum 233 S.vTirdbl
of entertainment for all, Pur- TANKSs VEE Aemsem,23D.MhrdINu te r~ th r
chase tickets at www.amelia- The Newcomers Club of St. Seating is first come, first 5 w n r a c r
communitytheatre.org or call Amelia Island will host its Whemt vOlunte lig be!inls.
the box office at 261-6749. monthly coffee on April 12 at
Box office hours are 11 a.m.-1 10:30 a.m. All women Who i'~~~~rUNDE:R TihE SEA 50. On top of 27. He sold his soul
p.m. Thursday through reside in Nassau County (no 3UDOJU Acos'2 Putt o tet to
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mail.comn or 548-9807; or visit A ~6. Cruise or Harnks, in "Splash" 32. It borders
Genealogy group meetings http://newcomersclubofameli- 5 4 e.g. 65. Archeologist's Mediterranean
are held at Yulee United aisland.com. ,__ - 9. Atropical South find and Red seas
Mehds huc,803,rfssowI 34 American mon- 66. Maiden name 33. *The T1itanic
C:hristian Way, Yulee, the sec- ) Lkyidctrasoef
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A Norm 69. Kiwanis and 34. *Spongebobs
each month from 9-11 a.m. Crafts Show & Sale will be 3 5 4 1 14. Bleat Elks groups, e.g. air-breathing
New members are welcome. held April 14 from 9 a.m.-3 _____15. Floor covering 70. Even (poetic) friend
Call 225-5381 or Paulette p.m. at'Maxwell Hall, located A16. Slanted or listed 71.. Park, CO 36. Office commuMurrin at 548-9752 for infor- behind the Memorial United 4.1 5 17. Bow shape 72. Contributions to nique
mation. Methodist Church Sanctuary, -- 18. Tripod the poor 38. Paper holder
tg0601 Centre St. The event is a '7 ,,. 19. *Pinching crus- 73. HiNI, e.g. 42. *A peri
kg~lbnoshowcase for local artisans 2 1, 9 tacean 74. Crevice stuffers lets a subThe public is invited to play and crafters including artists, im 21. *Underwater 'mariner see
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bingo every Thursday night at photographers, fabric artists, 2 '4 923. Make lacework '1. Door sign 45. Light studies
American Legion'Post 54, 626 jewelry designers and other24Gocdtuky .Magne9.Credpti
S. Third St. in the large mixed media artists. Home 24. Gotenacol ky .. Maariwon? 4.chaedari
smoke-free meeting hall. baked goods and lunch will be 1 I Monetary Fund 4. German surreal- 51. Florence
Doors open at 5:45 p.m. and available. Sponsored by the -, __- __ 28. Holier than ist Max Nightingale and
Early Bird Games start at 6:10 Memorial United Methodist A 4who? 5. Knocks on the the like
p.m., with regular play begin- Women, proceeds support the 4+ 1 30. A hand tool for door, e.g. 54. Thief, Yiddish
nin pomtl a 630p~. isios o UWinluin ~Pontic,.drawing angles, 6. Ski lift 56. New show with
The bingo session is nine many in Nassau County. l .*R,,tpr-Dba esn
games for $20, with multiple Admission is free. For infor--------------------------------------2 5 'Yes, ___. peller '57. *Bac and
jackpots being paid out. mation call Gail at 491-371?. Filiteqae o 691725 3 8 4 37. "Layla" singer- 8. Reverted to white killer?
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Refreshments are available. thai each row Column 2 7 4 3 9 8 6 1 5 39. Roman king's 9. JN'ow Thailand unit of life
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on a current topic every Friday served at 5 p.m. Tickets are Solution--------------47. Caricatured 26. Ex-Laker '67. *It can be elecat 5 p.m. The programs are available at Southeastern 8 6 3 1 5 4 9 7 2 48. *Octopuses Johnson trio.









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100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 204 Work Wanted 403 Financial-Home/Property 606 PhotoEquipment & Sales. 619 Business Equipment 800 REALESTATE 813 Investment Property 858 Condos-Unfurnished
101 Card of Thanks 205 Live-in Help 404 Money To Loan 607 Antiques-Collfctibles 620 Coal-Wood-Fuel 801 Wanted to Buy or Rent 814 West Nassau County 859 Homes-Furnished
102 Lost & Found 206 Child Care 500 FARM & ANIMAL 608 Produce 621 Garden/Lawn Equipment 802 Mobile Homes 815 Kingsland/St. Marys 860 Homes-Unfurnished
103 In Memoriam 207 Business Opportunity 501 Equipment 609 Appliances 622 Plants/Seeds/Fertilizer 803 Mobile Home Lots 816 Camden County 861 Vacation Rentals
104 Personals 300' EDUCATION 502 Livestock & Supplies 610 Air Conditioners/Heaters 623 Swap/Trade 804 Amelia Island Homes 817 Other Areas 862 Bed & Breakfast
105 Public Notice 301 Schools & Instruction 503 Pets/Supplies 611 Home Furnishings 624 Wanted to Buy 805 Beaches 850S RENTALS 863 Office
106 Happy Card 302 Diet/Exercise 504 Services 612 Muscial Instruments 625 Free Items 806 Waterfront 851 Roommate Wanted 84 Commercial/Retail
107 Special Occasion 303 Hobbies/Crafts 600 MERCHANDISE 613 Television- Radlo-Stereo 700 RECREATION 807 Condominimus 852 Mobile Homes 865 WarehousePRT
108 Gift Shops 305 Tutoring 601 Garage Sales 614 3eweiry/Watches, 701 Boats &Trailers 808 Off Iland/Yulee 853 Mobile Home Lts 901 TRANSPORTATIONles
200 EMPLOYMENT 306 Lessons/Classes 602 Articles for Sale 615 Buildng Materials 702 Boat Supplies/Dockage 809 Lots, 854 Room 902 Trucks
201 Help Wanted 400 FINANCIAL 603 Miscellaneous .616 Storage/Warehouses 703 Sports Equipment Sales 810 Farms & Acreage 855 Apartments-Furnished 903 Vans
202 Sales-Business 4Q1 Mortgage Bought/Sold 604 Bicycles .. 617 MachInery-Tools-Equip 704 Recreation Vehicles 811 Commercial/Retail 856 Apartments-Unfurn. 904 Motorcycles
203 Hotel/Restaurant 402 Stocks & Bonds 605 Computers-Supplies 618 Auctions 705 Computers & Supplies 812 Property Exchange 857 Condos-Furnished 905 Commercial

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1 A3602 Articles for Salel REALESTATE COMMERCIAL
DIUTON170 Cago1612 Musical Instruments SALES__ __ _THULE EVOLUTION 1700- Cargo
503 Pets/supplies Cr61 GarageSales arer 17 cubic feet cargo capacity. HASTINGS PIANO with bench. -DEALS
Excellent condition, used 12 times. Excellent condition $3,200 or trade for FOR SALE One 10 week old GARAGE SALE Furniture, books, wall 80 -7607278 cell or 904-491-0602 (904)71s cks le OF THE WEEK
Chihuahua puppy & two 13 week old art, household andch F (07 9289
Pekingese puppies. $50/ each. 904- 4/6 and Sat. 4/7, 8am-2pm. Cash and CRAFTSMAN RIDING MOWER 42" MOBILE HOME For Sale. 1979 Restaurant 4 LeaSe 2,500
321-6955 carry. 2146 Nature's Gate Ct. N. cut, 17.5 HP, less than 50 hours. Skyline, 12x61, 2BR/1BA, very good
Fernandina. $595/0B0. (352)650-9743 condition. Have title & ready to move. SF w/hood & drive thru
GARAGE SALE Don't miss it. Sat BRAND NEW MP5 HOVEROUND A $4,500. (904)583-4459
4/7, 8-12 noon, Ocean Sound subdiv, NEVER BEEN USED. ORIGINAL PRICE Cafe- turnkey 1,500 SF
989 Ocean Bluff 'Dr. Furniture pieces, WHEN PURCHASED WAS $3,844.42. : $10 nsf
fishing poles, glassware, lots of ASKING $2,000.00. SERIOUS awesome stuff. No early birds Rai AINGIR2EONLY. CALL OU KATH AT 7
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SPRING HAS SPRUNG ESTATE FOR SALE Boat, Motor, and Trailer, OCEANFRONT PROPERTY 2,000 SF from $7 psf
GARAGE SALE 2 households. Thurs., SALE!! Antiques, crystal, furniture, I 4. i like new. Motor: 100 HR, Trailer: all Visit www.OceanfrontAmella.com for a
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machines, mini fridges, clothes, & dive 9am-2pm, AAAA Storage next to and chairs (seats 6-8). Table is 60x40 gear. Priced to sell. Staples, 8th Street, Fernandina Beach. rectangle without leaf, 60x60 square Retail Sadler Rd
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RESTAURANT ESTATE SALE -Friday weathered black arm chairs, 2 cherry, from $12 nsf
THE PICKERS MARKET First 2pm-7pm, Saturday 11am-4pm,. 316 side chairs, 1 cherry bench. All chairs
Saturday Flea Market, Sat. April 7, 8- Centre St., upstairs. Library side rush seats and tied on cushions. 2227 Sadler Rd
3pm. Fascinating finds. Sellers $15 per chairs, tables, coffee pots, pots, pans, Pictures available if interested.- Cash space. Everyone welcome. 201 mixer, stemware, bakeware, only. $1,500. (904)491-1002. Reduced 365K
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5 Oak Point Beautifully upgraded 3 BR/3.5 BA home with an 9 Little Dunes Cottage style 2-story 3 BR/3 BA home with fireopen floor plan, a fireplace, a detached shop/garage and view of place and carport with enclosed air conditioned workshop suitLong Point golf course. $695,000 able for converting into a garage $845,000



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10B WEDNESDAY. APRIL 4. 2012 CLASSIFIEDS News-Leader


Find The News-Leader on the World Wide Web 06 Waterfront 852 Mobile s 57 Condos-Furnishet
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Read thenews, e-mail the staff, check the Waterfront Homes & Lots Call 2BR/2BA REMODELED MH RESORT CONDO 2BR/2BA fully
(904) 261-4066 for information. C.H. w/addition, also storage area, + furnished 2nd floor condo on Amelia classifieds, or subscribe to Lasserre, Realtor extras. Chester area, 87441 Haven Rd. Island Plantation. Near beach.
Forda Oldest Weekly Newspaperm ums $900 + util., $500 dep. 583-0012 or Swimming pool at doorstep. Rent for
Flrda Oldest7Weekly NeC dspaperl n 277-2824 12 months at $1250/mo. Call
(904)415-8256.
BLACKROCK AREA 2BR/1BA, CH&A.
MARINERS WALK 3BR/2BA, Lease/ $500/mo. + $500 sec. dep. Call (904) 858 Cond Unfrnished
Purchase. 185K. Call Phil at Amelia 261-6486.
Coastal Realty 556-9140.
FOR RENT 2BR/2BA trailer located AMELIA LAKES CONDOS Living in f on 1 acre, 95222 Dwight Dr. (904) Paradise 1/1 and 2/2 deluxe condos
-fitness ctr, resort-style pool, tennis &
81terAes 583-1664 In gated, lakeside community with 24/7

SMOBILE HOME with land, ready to ON ISLAND Remodeled & clean 2/1 more! Lots of upgrades! ,Starting at
move in, great value. Approx 1500sf, & 2/2 SW $650/mo., 3BR $700/mo. + just $749/mo! Call Tammy for our 3BR/2BA. Serious offers only, no dep. lUtils avail. Also, APTS. $225/ spring special at (904)415-6969 for a renters. (850)308-6473. ANF wk. + dep. Utils incl. 261-5034 showing, www.amelialakes.com
2588SOUT 8T STRET FERANDNA BACHNDO FOR RENT 3BR/2BA, comer WFN E E .. 20 ACRES Live on land now! Only RV RENTALS AVAILABLE in a ground floor. Small co mplex,
SaleAs 904.2 1.617 Rent$99/mo. $0 down, fwer Financing, no campground. Weekly or monthly. All
credit checks. Near El Paso, TX. utilities & WiFi included. (904)225 locamenition near upgraded, central fac ilities, pooland Beauifu montai viws.location near medical facilities, pacol.""
Beautiful mountain views. Free color 5577. Available now. Ph. (904)556-6853.
brochure, www.sunsetranches.com,
(800) 755-8953. ANF COLONY CONDO. 2BR/2BA, 2-car
855 Apartments < garage. New carpet, paint. Great
*condition. $950/mo. (904)545-3017 REL ES AT FurCOTTAGES OF STONEY CREEK
A behind Super Wal-M~art. 3BR/2.5BA,
LARGE 2 BEDROOM CH&A, washer/ 631 sq. ft. $1195. Nick Deonas
dryer, hardwood floors. Near ocean Realty, Inc. (904)277-0006 $750/mo. Call (904)491-6136.

81 R 856 Apartments 8-59 Homes-Furnishe
ROOMMATE WANTED to share LOFTON POINTE HOUSE 3BR/2BA
Island home. Professional, drug free, U + bonus room, garage. Furnished or
depend able, quiet, male or female. unfurnished. $1350/mo. Call Ana at
1999 JAGUAR XKB LOADED 1998 TOYOTA CAMRY LE $500 + utilities. Please call (904)556- POST OAK APARTMENTS (904)403-1982.
VERTIBLE One owener, V6, Auto, A/C, all full power equip- 6585. Affordable Living Rent from $560C&747 for eligible persons/families. 11 All fully Equiped, very nice. This car only has 55k, ment, Low Low Miles 74K, Good Gas Mileage and 2 Bedrooms. Post Oak Apartments 160 Homes-nfrni
aEquiped, very nice. This car only has 55kHomes car (904)277-7817. Handicap Accessible
Must come in and see this very fine and fun car. apartments available. *This Institution 3BR/2BA 100+ sq. ft. isnd home
3BR/2BA SW Kitchen, tile floor. Is an equal opportunity provider, and Fnced3BR/2BA- 1500+ sq.deck, ca ort, fruistnd home.
Fenced yard, deck, carport, fruit trees.
PURR-FECTLY PRICED $11,500 PURR-FECTLY PRICED $7,950 Water included. Yulee. Small pet OK employer. TDD: 711 $1095/mo. 1 yr lease. 2040 Rayon Rd.
r,. -,.$795/mo. (904)501-5999 (904)753-0485
w f OCEANFRONT 2BR/1BA Lower
&A 'level, terrazo floors, $900/mo, $900 OPEN HOUSE Sat. 4/1, 12-3pm.
dep, inc[ sewer, water, garbage. 270 S. 492 Starboard Landing, on island. I. -Fletcher. (904)556-5722. Yearly lease. 4BR/3BA, 2-car garage, sec. syst., FP.
$1800/mo. Call (703)577-8384.
.4 357 Condos-Furnished
861 Vacation Rentals
RESORT CONDO 2BR/2BA fully
furnished condo on Amelia Island OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA. Plantation. Near beach. Syvimming Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre, pool Rent for 1Z months at $1200/mo. Realtor, for special rates. Call (904)415-8256.
RDO CADILLAC ELDORADO ESC ,O CHEVROLET MALIBUL LS 863 Offi
Top of the line car, leahter,,Full power Equipment, V6, Auto, A/C, Power Windows, power locks, Cruise& CU RTISS H .
Black on Black, very nice with only 97k. Tilt, Very nice car, good gas mileage, only 93K. L ,A SSE R R E BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL Space
LA L Offices, suites, studio space.
*NORTH FLETCHER Real Estate, Inc. Incl udes janitor, utilities, secure W-F
network, parking. Starting @ $150/mo.
AVENUE 2BR/ IBA www.lasserrerealestate.com Current tenancy includes non-profit,
PURR-FECTLY PRICED AT $6950 PURR-FECTLY PRICED AT $6450 AVENUE 2BRIc1BA serised to tn
Downstairs unit close to the social services, education & training.
Downstairs unit close to the 1303 Jasmine St. (904)583-0058
beach.. 900 sq. ft.. $810/mo. RESIDENTIAL
LONG TERM VARIOUS OFFICES 600-1500sf.
W E HAVE OVER 44 CARFAX CERTIFIED, SERVICED AND SAFETY Includes water and sewage. LCat esian Pint Long Pond Lp 3B2BA1700 sq ft. 2382 Sadler Rd.OFFIC behind Amelia
INSPECTED VEHICLES READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! Available Now. ho..2 ic orno+ gn, o Insurance. (904)557-5644
2 128 S. 14th., 3BR1IBA. large fenced yard, $9001m. + Insurance. (904)557-54
security deposit.
SForest Ridge 2B1II.5BA, townhose, furnishied utilities
AMELIA GREEN Brand Included51250/mo(fumishing &uWiiesnegoiaUe) OFFICE FOR RENT 1557 S. 8th St.
W eT*551Fietcher2BrBawithrge.upsrsofdupex$1200 850 sq. ft. $500/mo. + taxes. Please
e H ave The Perfect Car, Truck New 2-story 3BR/2.5BA. 1-Car a m call for appt. (904)556-6585 or (904)
WTNaeesearkCuurtc252B1C 2-cargsrag,$1200a mont 7531-2081
Garage. $1,395/mo. Available. S Ap Br 3 Ba In Azea Point5 165D .
or SUV For You & Your Family! Now mt + Aide Y
BEACH COTTAGE-MONTHLY RENTAL
*2BRIBA furrshed o1801 FlS.hr a Av $1,.650,mo Home Towne FIRST AVENUE 3BR/2.5BA incudosees.... .....ea,sal.,oan. d intr Property Mgmt.
C h e ck U s O u t First! townhome close to beach. 2 car A in Api. 1010 Atlantic Aveue Ste. B
VACATION RENTAL
garage. 1,600 sq.ft. $1,250/mo. AFFORMABLE WELYi MONWMLY R 1 BA Oc.n. ON ISLAND
vM CA..47S. Fioeho.Aooo tha, oo. irom dho beohAl Amelia Woods furnished condo, 2/2, GET M O RE CA R FO R YOUR TAX DOLLA R* Available Now. uiw fi.TVc&phron e t upstairs, community pool & tenniscour

*NORTH FLETCHER taxs'&laingr.CO OFF ISLAND
COMMERCIAL
AVENUE 2BR/1BA upstairs Five.Pointsvillasge i.200 sq.fLAIAl Bth SL.exposure. Great 86433 Meadowwood, 3/2, screened
fr rtil. scoorofl i .5 $1,200m salestax. patio lawn care included $1200. unit close to beach. 850 sq. ft. Amea Park- 910approosq.f, 3ofe recepdon are Heron Isles, 96043 Morton Ln., 3/2, on kithen ond bathroom. $1450mo. ,ilides.
$850/mo. incl. water & sewage. 139 d, S. ajase to Hudde Hse. 1 .800 sq.R. od l Uff. 819 Riverwood,
Aviaowo.ni75no ~o ~ a osdod Meodowleld pluff, 86419 Riverwood,
SBUSINESS OPORTUNITY Landscaping Co. or Nuery. 3/2, 2,200 sq. ft., lawn care included,
Office. greehouse. shade houses with a fenced irrigated $1,300.
SPRING MEADOW AVENUE outsid, space for plants. Excellent .location aii high visi Bel River Estates, Kipling Cir., 3/2.5,
bility. Call for details. wo s ty, 2 400 s ft.,s e ene d po o,
f 2n- 3BR/2BA house in Yulee. 1 car S 200 AIA 4.B00 SqFt air conditioned warehouse and IWo story, 2,400 sqt., screeredspalo,
Ibb wans to Ggarage. 1,300 sq. ft. $995/mo. At. spa e a iit S sa $1300 unfumished or $1,600 furnished
Gros Rent $4,729.401 month
or Available Now COMMERCILAL SLEiINVEST Call Patricia Turner
r f y Office Cornoples, w1arnt t us a I sanlrt iloaetrent Uconsed Real Esaie Broker
1941 Ciron Dr- 4690 sq.ft Including addidona lot Call for
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3032 S. 8th StJA1A, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035 4 www.lasserrerealestatecom info@lasserrerealestate.com U904-261-4066


BLACKMAN ROAD CHARMING COTTAGE
AWESOMEVIEWOFEGAN'SCREEK& 1 ACRE TIDAL CREEK with a mobile Near historic downtown Fernandna Beach




Fort Ginch St Park, Single family estate lot home set up, well-built and peuitted dock, ad walking distance to" beach. The florida ~~5




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tions on the east coast. Possible Ocean views ful view, reduced to
$1,095,000 MLS# 37069 $199,000 MLS# 47368
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AWESOMEVLakefront! Marco 3 BR/2 BA floor plan with side IN-GROUND POOLNer Huge 4BR/3BA familyFeadn h
Forentry garage, bay window, blinds, ceiling fans and home on preservation lot. Gourmet kitchen, LOFTON CREEK FRONTAGE located SOUTH LE iCERAVENUE NOIit rah SnTREI floda
on Avacnt Road. Spit floor plan w/ open Pristine 75' Oceafont lot on Amelia Island. This 2784 approximate sq t vintage home






mainedome. Shows/ erecte and1 Exred y moel hardwood floors, crown molding, gas fireplace, kitchen, great mom, and dining area. Kitchen Your chace to own one of the few remain- 'has been inodllfed into 3 aparlbnents. Thqe aintainLighiooese. 370/- fe on Navigable side ofo












i. NOCDFE.Wl salse egbrod heated pool with spa. $359,000 MLS#56381 .is equipped w/high-end appliances and coun- ing Oceanfront lots available on Amelia largest has afireplace, harudwood floors, eat in
m. O DD EE. ellesabishd eihbohodlers must see to appreciate. Master bedmoom Island. Buy now for either investment or to kitchen and has bben well nmaintaned. Live in
near schools and shopping. $174,000 MLS#56507 1has larger doors and a walk-in shower w/ build. one unit and rent out thle others or convert it
t and kennel ar i rge dog. $495,000 MLS#56i71beaud- i S
Egn' Cee md s neofthe, highest ul v ie eucdt
dons on the =ts coast. Possible Ocean views t







$499,000 MLS# 754600 $395,000 MLS# 561074736




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Lakefront!4Marcow3th a sBArfloorcplancwith sidoIN-GROUsD POOL!cHuge toRIheAbfamily d sho.: NORTH 15TH STREET-Cleared DEEPWATER PROPERTY Approximately SCOONER LANDING is centrally located
etgrebyio d cme o vI ngersand ready to build in an established neigh 128'x 40th aEshordclocae RIsnd
eborhood.79.45x239ft. Laneford Creek. Beautiful view, close to ping. 85'xiOO'.n
m e S r d th o s 9s p g ao A1A, yet quiet and secluded, there are two $95,00, MLS# e55i95
n s n.a e $60,000 MLS# 52050 mobile homes on the property but the value is
if you are looking for an affordable beach home, Loted at the end of a private lane ohis home has wonder- in the lot
this is it! Located on quiet north end of island. ful privacy. Enjoy the5heated pool which features a sail $314,000 MLS# 56199
N 1weer system and BBQ's around the custom paRio. Gourmet
This 4BR/2BA home has ocean views from kichn wiih center island, formal dining room, living room
upstairs. Beach access nearby. Downstairs A/C 2 and5den. 5BR/and 4 full BA make this an ideal home for eWALKING DISTANCE TO TiE BEACH,i5 oversized lots LOTS 42 AN) 43 S. FLETCHER Oceanfront conuercial

years old. Newly painted outside. Large deck the growing family. Close to schools, shopping and an easy off Robert Oliver in Egan's Landing Subdivision, reduced to lot. Zoning allows hotel use. Preliminary plans provide for 58
commute to a eSt M Brunswick. Artesian $85,000 each 113'x150' buy now build later! roomsuites when coined with the adjoining ots.$699,000
u ar hasigreat ocean vi e well provides water o home and irrigation each MLS54044 and MLS#54048
$265,000 MLS#54979 WINTERBERRY AVENUE corner lot just down the roa
e$435,000 MLS56382 from the boat ramp $25,000 L-7 ON FIRST AVENUE Just N. ofAskins $189,5h
S r 's oRACHAEL AVENUE 75'x100' ot $165,000 N. 1r STREET Cleared lot, established neighborhood


5-$60,000 MLS# 52050 PIRATES WOOD LOT -- appmx 1 acre, Doubloon Trail $65,000
6 k.# :+ "SCOONER LANDING is centrally located on the Island,
-I ARBOR LANE 2.66 ACRES, 170X680. $179,000 close to the beach, and shopping. this is for lot 20 & 21 togeth-er. 85'xl00'. $95,000 MLS#55195



INTERSTATE 95 EXPOSURE AT US 17 GOOD ASSEM- 15 CITY LOTS in. and Fir Streets Zoned MU-1 and BLAGE POTENTIAL for melium sized site. Corner location R2. Good for townhome, duplex or industrial. I Central location! Well maintained 3BR/ Stunning home in perfect condition. Large with good access. $850,000 $525,000
2BA home located at the end of a quiet and open floor plan for this 3BR/2.5BA with OCEANFRONT IOTEL SITE 215' along the Atlantic Ocean. PRIME FRONTAGE ALONG US 17 jst nonlh ofAIA,
Plans show 56 roomsuires. Reduced to $2,297,000. IHigh development area in the heart of Yulee. $195,000. cul-de-sac with new roof, A/C, water approx. 2552sf home with wood & tile YUI.EEMINI WARFIOUSE Goodopportunity ror owyour l'lansforan l 00s.. MelicaiComplexonile
heater & thermostat within the last 3 floors, Corian counters, upgraded carpet, own sl srag facy anor odd nw o0 .7 n 64 Al.S.nm IslJ I . r Parkor no Master

years. Close to town, beach & schools. Tile blinds, ceiling 'fans. Fenced yard. $1,575,000
& floating wood floors. $239,000 Unbelievable price of $157,500 ILS#56788 -. -