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WEDNESDAY. A uGUST28. 2013/20 PAGES 2Sr, ', s '"bnewsleadercom


Burglar



pursuit


leads to



Billiard
SNassau County Sheriff's deputies
captured one of the nation's most noto-
rious cat burglars Monday morning in
Hilliard after' being notified by
Tenniessee. Georgia and South
Carolna police that he might be in
the area.
SBlane David Nordahl, 51, from
Jacksonville was arrested on two war-
rants out of Atlanta after he showed'up
at the Cantebury Apartments in
Hilliard to meet his girlfriend's daugh-
ter. After a short foot pursuit, he was
arrested and booked into the Nassau
County Detention Facility with no
bond. ... .
Warrants were for burglary with
intent to commit a first-degree felony
and conspiracy to commit a felony,
Sheriff Bill Leeper said. .'
1 Nordahl who has his own
Sod .Wikipedia entry...
and whose arrest
made national
Pews, in eluding a
,, front-page story
eTuesday in the
New York Times,-
'iS,known a, 'Thei
Silver Thief" and .
Nrah"Burglar to,the
__.Nrah_.__ "Stars, He made
his living pilfering
expensive silver items'from fancy
homes up and dow%.n the East Coast,,
especially in the South
He was recently suspected of steal-
ing expensive- 'ilver and jewelry from
hmEs in Ailanta. Charleston, S.C.,
and other Southern locales. .
N"jdahl is believed to have n,'PMfd
$3 million in around 150) burglaries
throughout his criminal career.
Despite his, professional approach to
burglai y, he has been caught numer-
'ous times and served an' S-year sen-
tence after being convicted of steal-
ing S50,000 worth of silver cutlery.
Sf'om the home of Ivana T umip. Other
notables lie stole from included musi-
* cian/singer Bruce Springsteen;
according to a press release issued
by the sheriff's office.
In a btuglary typical of his modus-
operandi, Nordahl would approach a
targeted house- at night while the own-
ers were asleep and carefully remove
panes of glass from.a French door,
th u s avoiding any alarms that maybe,
-triggered by picking the lock. He
would even sometimes sneak past
. sleeping dogs. When all alarms were
disabled, he would remove entire
drawers full of silver items and take
them outside to test them with-his
own silver test kit: plate silver would be
thrown away at the scene and he
would leave with only the finest and
most expensive items. Nordahlwould
seal an average of around $20,000
worth of silver in a single burglary.
"Nordahl mainly stole silver
because it is usually kept in the kitchen
and dining areas, which made it easi-
e to take and not disturb anyone in the
home," said Leeper.
Nordahl was also being investigat-.
ed by the FBI at the time of his arrest.
The Nassaui County Sheriff's Office
offers hote safety tip, Homeowners
need fto focus on the first floor for bur-
glary prevention This is the usual
entry point tor burglars. Here are
some steps to take to ensure that safe-
ty starts on the first floor:
Add deadbolt locks if you do not
already have them.
Trim trees that can provide easy
access to second-floor windows.
Thieves will want access to the master
bedroom, since jewelry, cash and cred-
it cards are usually kept there.
Check basement windows and
THIEF Continued on 6A


MARAN PHILLIPO'NEAL FI0.N TiNL [ 'FIN W-.-IH EADER SU.BMITTEDI PI-T'ji.
A crowd including local residents gathers at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C., over the weekend in celebra-
tion of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, which enhanced civil rights for people like Rudolph Williams, right, posing with
a companion in an undated photo taken on American Beach. Williams, below holding his son Ronald, poses after Easter Sunday worship
atthe Church of the Good Shepherd, the segregated congregation for black members of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, with his wife
Terethel, from left and clockwise, Raynard, Beverly and Gene in the late 1950s, Below left, Williams in the 1970's.



March on WashintQn



paved way for civil ghts

(IFNDAR tF'NI IKINJ; 1n Venrn.-indir Reach +k, l I


S For th .Nweis Leader

decades ago this summer,
as the southern United ,
States erupted in turmoil.
The region 100 years after the
Emancipation Proclamation
declared free all enslaved people
residing in territory in rebellion
against the federal~g6vernment-
defiantly and violently resisted the
demand that black Americans -
receive civil rights' In response to
'voting rights registration drives,.
lunch counter sit-ins and bus boy-
cotts, segrega-
ti6nistg used
water hoses and
police dogs to
brutalize demon-'
strators, assassi-
nated NAACP
field secretary
Medgar Eyers in
Williams Jackson, Miss.,
and maintained
d t staunch opposi-
tion to all acts of civil disobedience.
The movement to grant
Negroes, or "coloreds" as they were
commonly referred to, their full
rights under the Constitution
reached a pivoial clir,iax or, Aue. 28,
1963.
On that Wednesday, exactly 50
years ago, an estimated 200,000
demonstrators gathered on the
National Mall in the largest mass
demonstration the country had ever
seen. The March on Washington for
Jobs and Freedom, a peaceful
protest against segregation, racial
inequality and employment discrim-
ination, signaled that an end to the
legalized southern tradition of
tyranny and terrorism against black
people was drawing near.


I11 I v.I iin.re tia luma I uev 1 ,,I.,
aftei the historic march. theNews-
SLeaders front page reported the city
commrniss'iri namrned Commissioner
E. J Jhnson Jr. mayor for the com-
ing year. Florida and Georgia had
'agreed to a joint bridge survey. The
Haddock family pir-pared for a Sept.
1 reunion in Kings Ferry Arid a
Negro man received a $1,000 fine
and a sentence of one year on the
county prison farm after County
Judge J. E. Weatherford found the
defendant guilty of contributing to
the delinquency of three minors.
While demonstrators marched in
Washington, D.C., Fernandina
native Rudolph Williams had recent-
ly celebiratd reaching two non-
newsworthy milestones, his 35th
birthdayand 15 years and three
months of employment with the
.Container Corporation of America
(now RockTenn). His persistence in
Setting a position as a "common
laborer" in the mill relieved him of
earning his living-working odd jobs,
like shining shoes and digging
graves for Oxley Funeral Home.
But compared to his white co-work-
ers, it brought him little in the way
of advancement.
In fact it would be another 11
years, in 1974, before the U.S.
District .Court would award to 68
black Container employees
$240,000 in damages and back pay
in addition to benefits and access to
all skilled jobs, training and promo-
tions. Williams, who served as one
of the lead plaintiffs in the case.
brought by members of the segre-
gated labor union Local 805, agreed
to a settlement in which his employ-
er denied the allegations of employ-
ment discrimination.
The March on Washington, fol-
lowed the next summer by passage
of the federal Civil Rights Act of


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Williams to legally petitkio
employer for a promotion
supervisors denied Willie
repeated requests for a p
- a skill and trade he had
when he apprenticed wit]
uncles years before he


e for initiative to petition his coworkers
>n his to sign onto the class-action lawsuit.
n. After his Black mill employees across the
ams' country, including those working
painting job for 'IT' Rayonier, now Rayonier Inc.,
learned in Fernandina also filed and won


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OBITUARIES


Ruth Reid Desnoyers MarySpence Church Building Fund.
4 For more information'and to
Mrs. Ruth Reid Desnoyers, Hughes sign Betty's online register
age 89, passed away on Friday Ms. Mary Spence Hughes, book, please visit the Green
afternoon, August 23, 2013 at age 74 of Fernandina Beach FL Pine website at www.green-'
the Baptist Medical Center on passed away at her residence pinefuneral.comn.
SAmelia Island, FL Friday morning, August 23, Green Pine Funeral Home
Born in North Plainfield, NJ, 2013.
she was one of seven children Ms. Hughes was born on Margaret Elizabeth
and the last living child born to December 14,1938 in Buffalo, Allen McKee.
the late Charles Adams and; 'AL, the.daughter of the late
SClara Murphy Reid. Being JphnandEdna Mrs._.Margaret Elizabeth
raised in North Plainfield, she Spence. She Allen McKee, age 87, of'
was. a graduate of .North. was agraddate Fertiandina Beach passed away
Plainfield High'School, Class of '- of Five Points -on Thursday evening, August .
1941. After high school, she -High School, 22,2013 At the Baptist Medical
attended' the Katherine Gibbs -'Class of.1955. Center in Ferandina Beach.
Secretariat School. Shelater Afte'r-ward; '" A-native and lifelong resi-
worked in theBanking Industry Ms. : Hughes'* dent of Fernandina, she was the
for a'short time in New York a t t e ntded -eldest offour children born to.
City. In 1947, while at church' Auburn University, earning her the late Howell Therb'on and Ola-
choir practice, she met a young, Bachelor's degree in education,- Dl Freeman AllenCAftergrad- .
"'recently dis- Class of 1959. She taught .. eating.: as
'clcharged naval Physical Education and Life. 1 .,Valedictorian.
aviator, Albert Science forover 28 years, retir- of Fernandina
H e n r y ing from the Seminole County, 'High School in
DesnoyersJr., FL, School System in 2001. 1 9 4 4.
with whom Ms. Hughes has been a res- Margaret later
she had ident of Fernandina Beach 'for 'a t t e n d e d
attended high 13 years, coming from Sanford Bessie Tift
schooL They FL She was an ordained Elder C o t I e g e.
would marry, in 1949 at SL and member of The First Margaret delighted in 61 years
SJoseph's Catholic Church in Presbyterian Church of of marriage to her high school
North Plainfield. Mr. and Mrs. Fernandina Beach. Above all sweetheart, Leroy McKee
-r Desnoyers remained in North shet was a devoted Auburn (deceased 2008).
S Plainfield, bringing each of their Tigers football fan who regu- As an active member of First
Ssix children all home from the larly attended games. Baptist Church Fernandina
hospital to the same house. She leaves behirik her chil- Beach, Mrs. 'McKee'inspired
Mrs. Desnoyers stayed home dren, Drew Hughes (Susan) others through her unwavering
raising children while her hus- and Kelly Hughes Voboril, both Christian service. Duiing her
bandworked in the family appli- of Fernandina' Beach; grand- 25-year professi6nal career with
ancebusiness, which he would children, Nathan and 'Alex The SchoolBo6ard of. Nassau
S come to own in later 'years.' Voboril,,; Noah and .Coby County, Mrs...lcKee endeared
'5"Through the years the family Hanco&k; 'Her sisters, Lena herself to eiplofyee through-
vacationed at lakes in' New Spence'oS ifordl-FL Sara Lee out the districLt :
S England and eventually built a Sla'gle and Jean Nurn, both of Mrs. McKee ,.as prede-
S vacation home in Maine, which LaFayette, 'AL, and- brother ceased by her bother, Norman
helped create many lifelqhg", Jams H..Spence of Dalton, 'GA (Jeannette),Jacksonville. Mr.".
memories. In 19762'the.fanmily "iA'bm'emorial service will be McKee.leaves'.bhjnd, two'sons,
moved to Wat'chting,'NJ'.i:Her held'at 3:00 PM on'lThursday, Louis Leroy M'.KeJr, (Sylvial,
husband retired and sold..the-. 'August 29, 2013 at' the First Fort Worti,'TX,', Timothy A.
family business :iin'-hie mid, Presbyterian Church of, MeKee (Mary)' Savarah., GA,
S 1980s. In 1997 Mr. and Mr. Fernandina Beach.with Rev. Dr.. a daughter, Peg-i'K. MLKee
: .Desnoyers built a 'home, on Wain Westberry presidingThe Granger (David) Fernandina
Amelia Island int-Wihichttley famiy will receive friends.fo'l Beach, FL, a sisterJoyce Alien,
S eventually moved'fullrtirme. ". ,.'Jowi,' -.the- service in Jim Fernandina,. Beach, FL;-.and a
Mrs.' Desnoyers-penjoytd, Thoma,'Hall (adjacent'ito the brother, Herschel Allen
reading, playing Tennis and" church). Ms. Hughes will be (Martha). Melrose, FL, six
' '": Golf, working with ceramics, laid to rest in the family ceme- grandchildren, MNlicheil.McKee
f-was active in her Bridge Club tery at Lebanon Presbyterian (Sarah). Jonathan McKee,
and was a licensed pilot, often Church in LaFayecte, AL, with Bayly Granger, Morgan
:, times flying the family's Cessna Rev. BillJenning officiating. Granger, Davis Granger,
to Amelia Island with her hus- If so desired, memorials may Spencer McKee, two great-
Sband. wa be made in her name to The grandchildren, Logan and Evan
She was a member of St: First Presbyterian Church McKee, as well as two nephews.
SMary's Catholic Church in Endowment Fund, 9 North 6th John and Kevin Allen.
Watchung and St. Michael St, Fernandina Beach, FL A Memorial Service will be
; Catholic Church in Fernandina 32034.' held at 10:00 am on, Saturday,
Beach on Amelia Island. Please share her..life story August 31,2013 at First Baptist
In addition to her parents and leave words of comfort at Church of Fernandina with
S and siblings, she is preceded in www.oxleyheard.com. i .Pastor Jeff Overton. officiating..
death by a daughter, Suzanne '- L,'/e. HIard Ftinhr.l Drrciris y.. :The.-faiily of Margaret
Marie Desnoyers, who passed McKee will receive friends fol-
; away in 2002. ry A]hns n lowing the services, at the:
S' She leaves behind her hus- Bey A.Jonson church -
band of 64 years, Albert H."'A" Betty A. Johnston, 79, of Mrs.McKeeaslaid to rest
Mrs.f Mckeewalidoest.
'Desnoyers, Amelia Island, FL, Yulee, FL passed'away Saturday beside' her husband, Leroy.
S their children, Charles Albert eveninA't.ust 24, 2013 at St. McKee, in Bosque' Bello
"Chip" Desnoyers (Jacki), Vincent'':Me-dical Center in Cemetery
Harleysville, PA, Mark Reid j 'acksonville, FL : ,' In lieu of flowers, donations
Desnoyers, MD (Dana), She was born January 16, may be made to the building
SMattapoisett, MA, Martha 1934 in Birmingham, AL, and fund at First Baptist Church of
Claire Kranjc (John), moved to...Yulee 23 ydars ago. Fernandina Beach, 1600 South
McDonough, GA, Peter James from Valdosta, GA.. 8th Street. Fernandina Beach,
Desnoyers (Jackie), Watchung, Betty was a FL 32034
S'NJ, Rita, Marie Desnoyers- member of Please share her life story
Garcia (Ehrique), South Yulee Baptist atwww.oxleyheard.com.
Orange, NJ, eight grandchil- Church and Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors
dren, Andtev Reid Desnoyers, was a devoted
SAdrienn'e': ,n 'Desnoyers, "'-.wife and moth- Caroline Morrison'
Alexander Clifton Desnoyers,,.. er. She dearTy .
Memphis Aitumnr Leichter,- loved.herchil- Caroline' Morrison, 57,.
-Ethan Otto Leichter, Jessica -v drn and loved passed away'Satirday morning,
Ruth, Burshfyhskyy, Melissa visiting her grandchildren..She August 24, '2013 at her
SMarie' Desnoyers, Isabella' "'also enjoyed gardening:'- Fernandina Beach residence.
2 Marie Garcia, Susana Alicia ` -Shewaspredeceasd'byher A local memorial service will
SGarcia;, Diego Enrique Garcia, a .- first husband, Harry'Afines, Sr.. be held at 10:00 am. Thursday,
great-granddaughter, Emmi"' and' her parents, R. R Gay and August 29, at St Peter's
Andrea Burshtynskyy and', Myrtice Gay Episcopal Church in Fornan-
numerous nieces and nephews. Survivors include her hus- dina Beach, FL A subsequent
The Mass of Christian Burial band of 24 years, Jim Johnston service will be held at 1:00.p.m.
Swill be at 10.:00 am on Thursday,; ofYule, FL sons, Harry Hines, Saturday, August 31, at St.
August 29, .2013 at StL Mary" Jr. (Lou-Beth) of Brunswick, Janies Santee Chapel in
Catholic Church in Watchunk, GA, and Timothy Hines(Beth) McClellanville, SC. `
NJ. of Valdosta, GA. daughters, In lieu of flowers, the family
Her. family will receive. Cheryl'Newberry (Tommy) of prefers that memorial dona-
friends today, Wednesday, ; Colquitt, GA,.Kay New (Andy) tions be made to St. Peter's
August 28, at Higgins Funeral of Venice, FL, and Kimberly Episcopal Church, 801 Atlantic
Home in Watchung,. Smith of Quitman, GA; broth- Ave., Fernandina Beach, FL
Mrs. DesnoyerswiU be laid' er, Russell Gay ofYulee, FL. and 32034. "
to rest, in Resur'.ction ; sister,.B arbara Horton of Mayo, 'To sign Mrs. Morrison's
Cemetery, Fiscataway, NJ. FL; eightigrandchildren- and online register book, please visit
Oxley-Heard FuneralDirectors seven great-grandchildren.. the Green Pine website at
______ ___ --_ 'A memorial service will be www.greenpinefuneral.com.
NAt]nm iniL mim0 held at 6:00 'p.m. Sunday, Green Pine Funeral Home
1MoNUMENT September1, at Yulee Baptist., _."
P nC, 'Church with Rev. Doug Sides 'Mviaryjosepnme
"iOMP nI, r officiating. Munger
277,4499 The lieu of flowers, the fam- M
1 4' &: ily suggests memorialdonations Mrs. Mary Josephine
____ 14""._____" be made to the Yulee Baptist Munger, age 91, of Fernandina


Beach, FL passed away Friday great-grandsons, Theron and Gerald Hammons, Ginger
afternoon, August 23, 2013 at Griffin. Fields, Mary Linda Petrey,
her residence. In lieu of flowers, the family Sondra Desurne, Tammy
Mrs. Munger was born on suggests memorial donations McFadden, Twyla Hammons,
November 14, 1921 in Colfax be made to the Community LeeAn Clark, Kim George,
Iowa, the daughter of the late Hospice of Northeast Florida, David Hammons, Kelly Harris,
Emma and Horace LaValleur. 4114 Sunbeam Rd., Suite 101, and Joey Hammons, all of
She graduated High School in Jacksonville, Florida 32257. whom are residents of London,
Greenville Iowa and spent most Green Pine FuneralHome KY.
of her life in the Algona, IA, Also included are these
area. Mrs. Keith Sma rrv, cousins residing in different
SMunger was a e y townships and regions of the
manager at JC "Keith Stan'berry of Fernan- country:
PenfteyCata- ',dina, Floridaw passed away Ben Hammons,
logue Depart- Saturday morning August 10, Shepherdsville, KY; Ernest
ment hnd later 2013 at his hoine residence fol- Hammons, Cecilia, KY; Carolyn
became a lowing a brief illness. He was Nicholson, North Carolina; and
Dispatcher for 59 years of age".and his corn- Tim Hammons,-Berea, KY.
Sthe Algona I panion, Victoria i. Peters, her A special private memorial
Police Department. Mrs. son Mathew Peters, daughter- and tribute ceremony is sched-
Munger was a member of the in-law Tamara Peters, grand- uled to be held in the near
Trinity Lutheran Church in daughters Anna Bella and Ava future
Algona, IA Peters; brother in law Michael In lieu of flowers, please
She was predeceased by her Beckham,sistei-inlawandhus- send monetary donations to
husband, Robert B. Munger, in band'Mefie and John Barnick .Community Hospice of
2000, her grandson Judd were all nearby, along with Jacksonville, Florida.
Mungerin 1986and hersister, many.of his close" friends and
Vera Herwig local acquaintances. "a n M, Woods
Mrs. Munger leaves behind Born September 05,1953, in '-. y iV. U
her children, Connie Colwell Corbin, Kentucky,: Keith Carolyn M. Woods lost her
(Neil) of Tustin, CA, Judy Stanberrywas brave battle on August 23,2013.
Stroup (Richard) of Fernandina the son of the She passed away peacefully at
Beach, FL, Larry Munger late Lowell B. her home surrounded by fami-
(Mary Ann) of Maynard, IA, Stanberry and lyand friends.
and Debra God fredson (Gene) Evelyn H. Carolyn influenced many i
of Revere, MO. Her sister Stanberry of lives.through her passion for
Evelyn Truelson of Westbend Dade City, teaching outdoor education,
IA, seven grandchildren and 15 [,Florida. His wilderness medicine, and Tae
greai-grandchildren. Her three -._ 'father. and Kwan: Do. She directed the
sisters-in-law, Shirley Hedlund mother in law were- the late Nassau "Outdoor Education
of Algona, IA, Doris M hunger of Victor M. Beckham and Anna Center at Florida State College
Peterof," IA, and Virginia G. Beckham'"of'Fernandina, since 1996.
Ganger of Remson, IA Florida. I. Her many accomplishments
She will be laid to rest beside Mr. Stanberrymoved from .at the college included the build-
her husband of over 50. years, Kentucky to.'Braidg,.1orida at ing of.a30-fot climbing wall,
Robert B. 'Munger, in Oakland an early age and attended Camp Wildwoods, and the
Cemetery ih Peterson, IA Brandon Elementary School : annual fundraiser "Holler for a
Please share. her life story and continued oi4:attend and .Dollar", which raised thousands.
and leave words of comfort. at graduate from n Brndpn High of dollars for United Way;
www.oxleyheard.corni. ."School. He 'tti.en'Attended Cancer Research and the
'Oxielearidfneral Director,: Florida Air Acad,4m i.and later Nassau CountyTake Stock in
.1- bki-" joinedined his pilo,'Sr.lit'ense; in Children Program. Carolyn
Patricl.Leslie..' ... additr6iono thischievement he impacted the lives of countless
Norvi ain _.'.'. ti)'jtoihedyand beqhia an active individuals through the many
[NUUIIo-H -.,. .;- ..I;. emb'erofthe P teambuilding
Patih~'~ .* m Q Aeml~er of the -Ai r Patrol.an roe
S Patl e,.ona traditionn o;,ae it, beiga ropes
Chestnr-ilJ., .-P:. 4iigi'- native son obf Kendc.ky, he was courses she
C herIn y, hei a was~ ,p .e
nan aeac, a away 'also declared to.be'an official facilitated lof
on Monday, Aug. 19, 2013. "Kentucky Colonel" of that soy- "corporate, non-
She was the wife of John ereign state. profit, 'and
Robert Noonan, mother of Soon after his graduation school groups.
Vanessa Leslie Noonan Mullen from high school. Mr. Stan- '. in Northeast
(Robert), Kimberly Isobel berry entered Florida State Florida
Noonan (Ryan). John James University in Tallahassee, Carolyn graduated from
Noonan, and Andrew Leslie Florida where he received his Florida State College at
Noonan, and also is survived Bachelor's degree in commu- 'Jacksonville, where she played
by grandchildren Robert Moon nications. While attending FSU collegiate softball and volley-
Mullen and Daniel Bonneville he was employed by WGLF/ (ball, and theUniversityof'North
Noonan. She was the daughter Gulf 104 radio station in Florida with aBachelorofArts
of the late Dr. James and Tallahassee and worked as:afti Degree in Education and a
Kathryn Leslie. "*i ^ .." pniair pey-oenalittdaAdlater ;,.Masier, of Arts. 'Degree in ,
: A Funeral fSe-viye w' Lb noe.Y4oved ento hliv sales.depair.tA, .Leadership. She,was a licensed
held on Wednesday, Sept. 4. ment division as a local area Emergency Medical Technician
2013 at 11 AM at the Church of. 'sales representative for the sta-" as well as a Wilderness First .
St. Marfin-in-the-Fields,8000St. don. Later Mr. Stanberry was Responder. She.-as a lifelong:
Martin's Lane. Philadelphia, PA hired by radio station WAPE- NY Mets fanCarolyn's hobbies.
19118 Interment will be private AM, the Big Ape, in Jackson- included drumming, back-
'atWest Laurel Hill Cemetery ville, Florida as a local-account packing, fly fishing, canoeing
Donations may be made to' executive in the sales depart- and martial arts. Carolyn
the All Saints Fund, Churlh of' ment of that broadcast facility.' earned a Sixth Dan Black Belt
St. Martin-in-the-Fields N'Mr Stanberry's continued" .and, medaled twice in the Pan
a., cobF Ruth Funeral Directors sales success soon led to'his Am 'Games in Tae Kwan Do.
: Philadelphia. Pa promotion within the .Brody 'She loved the North Car0lina
~' .,. Timm broadcasting stations 'Mountains, where she
ClarenceL Paetchi group as General Manager both asked for her ashes to be
l Lr* ...", of WRBN-AM&'FM radio sta-:' spread. .
Clarence L Paetsch, 81, of' tions in. the Warner Robins/' Carolyn leaves behind alov-
Fernandina Beach, passed away Macon, Georgia radio markets,. ing mother, Anitbinette Woiods,
on August 20, 2013, at the ,Mr. Stanberry later transi- brothers,' Lee Woods Jr., and
Community Hospice Hadlow toned from the broadcasting Frank Woods;'also,; her three
Center in Jacksonville. He industry into the telephone loving pupsSolee; Murphy, and
fought a, courageous battle communications andlong. dis- Gracie.'Shehaga large.extend-
against cancer. ', : tance phone service business; ed family and' many loving
Hewasborn inWebberville,; when hlie became employed with friends that she also leaves
Michiganr, onApril 16,1932 and MCI ofAmerica. He eventually behind and who will miss her
is preceded in death by his par- delved further into the telecom- wonderful sense of humor, her
ents, Walter and OlgaPaetsch. municadtions industry by form- never-ending sense of adven-
Also, he'is' preceded in death ing his own regional telephone ture, her love, and' her passion
by hisbrother, Richard, andsis- communications company 'for life.
ters, Delores, Lorraine and based in Macon:Georgia. After She will be missed by her
Shirley. Clarence has a surviv- a lengthy and successful oper- many students, summer
ing sister, Margaret. .... action of his company, he later campers, ro*es course partici-
He served his county in the moved back to retire .in pants, colleagues and friends.
Navy during the KoreanhWar. Fernandina'Beach, Florida. A service to celebrate her
Clarence worked for Fillingham Mr. Keith Stanberry is sutr- life' is being held on Saturday,
Brothers Roofing Company fo vived 'by two uncles: Ray September 28 at 2:00 p.m. at the
over 32 years and at The Golf Hammons' and wife Helen, Betty P Cook Nassau Ceflter.


Club of Amelia Island for 5.
years. He was a loving,.devoted
husband, father, grandfather
and Great Pop,
SHe enjoyed m-king people
laugh and smile..-.
He is survived byhis wife of
52 years, Janette Paetsch; a son
and daughter-in-law. Walter and
Tina Paetsch; a son, Timothy
Paetsch, all from Fernandina
Beach; two grandsons, Josh and
(Hilary) and Jeremy Paetsch
from Fernandina Beach; two


London, KY, and Chester
Hammons and 'Natalkn' of
London, KY.: '
He is also survived by four
auntsf' Bennie Lou Hammons 6f
Cecilia,, KY, i also. Opal
Hammons; Janice Hammons
and Darlene Hammons, all of
London; KY.'
Other relatives include the
.following listings of his cousins: *
"'Gam Greer, Robert Greer,.
James Mel Greer, Benda
Jefferies, James Hammons,


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Douglas Leo Blevins, 65,
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26,2013.
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Dorothy L. Kahn, 82,
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Thursday, Aug. 22, 2013.
Interment will be in Spiro, Okla.
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Florida and Georgia transportation o
agreed to a survey on the feasibility of a
from Fernandina Beach to St Marys, G
Augui
State and federal government agenci
ized $650,000 for shoreline stabilization
seaward side of Fort Clinch. '
Augus
The county commission said a propo
to regulate 37,000 acres on the East Sidi
next four or five decades was its way to
growth and protect the future of Nassau
Augwus


merswill be Homecoming
Days on
fice wil be a
-* The Fernandina Beach".
:, ;. ;.. High School homecoming
S. parade will be held downtown,
..._ on Ot18 at-4 p.m. The com-
'fficials inity is invited to partici-
Sbridge pate. Contact Rob Hicks at'
a. Fernandinria Beach High
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along the Garagesale .
st 28, 1986 The Amelia Island Muse-
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e over the am.-2 p.m. and needs dona-
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.sUBMI1TIED
Rudolph Williams' Quik Snak closed after integration along with other black-owned
businesses on American Beach. .


KINI KAPPEL FORTHE NIw.LEWL)ER
Chris Richo and Jeremiah Mitchell of Yulee and Marian Phillips O'Neal of Fernandina
Beach, president of the Nassau Educational Support Personnel Association, pose.on
d the Mall in Washington, D.C., during the memorial walk in honor of the 50th.anniver-
sary of the March on Washington. "The MLK memorial was breathtaldking.. ., "O'Neal
Said. "I met a couple from New York who met at the March in 1963. I took their pic-
Sture on the'park bench ahd listened'to 'her'st6ry oIthat day. One thing that I noticed,
l'it did not make a difference what coldryour skin wdsr Everyohe got along. Today, race
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class-action lawsuits.
Ultimately those legal actions
gave all minorities, African
Americans and women, full
access to equal pay and pro-
motions within their compa-
nies-
Although Williams did not
march on Washington, he and
others like him worked in
their hometowns and applied
the same courage symbolic in
that demonstration, to propel
their local efforts to eliminate
injustice and bring about
equality.
Without an organized
youth club for black children
in Fernandina, a void existed
in their community. Williams
or, "Mr. Rudy," as the neigh-
borhood kids affectionately
called him, requested that the
director of the city's recre-
ation center for white youth
located on Atlantic Avenue
allow him to open the rec cen-
ter on Elm Street to activities
for black youth. Because of
the rec center activities,
including athletics, dances,
games and a mentor like
Williams, black children had
constructive extracurricular
interaction to occupy their
time.
"It does my heart good to
know that my dad was provid-
ing an outlet for us to just
have fun," said Williams' sec-
ond-oldest child, Beverly
Baake, .of San Diego She has
fond memories of piling into*
the car with her dad and sib-
lings to go tothe recreation
center. An elementary
student at the time, Baake
recalls her father leaving
his 7a.m.to 7 p.m.imilljob,
coming home to eat and then
'opening up the Elm Street
Recreation Center, since
renamed the Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Center.
S"I remember that so vivid-
ly," she said. By the time the
March on Washington con-
vened, black youth were inch-
ing toward having recreation-
al opportunities equal tothat
of their white peers.
'Congregating at the Elm
Street Rec was "the most
enjoyable time for me as a,
kid," Baake said.
But the fun and games
ended in the years subse-
quent to the March after word
spread that Williams and his
co-workers had filed their law-
suit. Baake said the backlash
and retaliation that followed'
i-Ictluded a pellel guin shot into
lhci pai cots' home that struck
the Christmas tree, narrowly
.missing her and her baby sis-


ter Donna, who sat on her lap
at the time. And her brother
Gene was run off the road by
a driver while riding his bicy4
cle. But the threats against his
family did not deter Williams.
Her father "was not a giant-
sized man," Baake said. But
"he was not easily intimidat-
ed."
Judge Henry Lee Adams
met Rudolph Williams while
working as an attorney for the
Jacksonville firm that took the
discrimination lawsuit against
Container, with support from
the NAACP Legal Defense
Fund. Adams became friends
with Williams after Adams
became a circuit court judge
in 1979 being assigned that
year to Jacksonville. That
assignment was followed by a
90-day stint in Nassau County,
making him the first black
judge to serve in the county
since Judge John H. Stays
served as Justice of the Peace
from 1888-1901.
While serving Nassau
County, Adams visited
Williams at his food establish-
ment, Williams' Quik Snakon
American Beach. The visits
helped build a friendship
between the two. It also
helped Adams build a home in
the formerly segregated, his-
torically African American
beach community. Williams
walked Adams through the
administrative building
process, Adams said.
Today, Amrerican Beach is
literally on'the map because
Williams demanded it be iden-
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preach any time he got a
chance to anybody who would
listen" about paving roads and
allowing driving on American
Beach as allowed at Main
Beach, an exclusive beach for
white patrons during segrega-
tion. And in addition to writing
letters, "When he had a
chance to speak with a (coun-
ty) commissioner (about
improving the beach) he
would," Adams said of
Williams.
Today, in addition to some
infrastructure improvements,
Nassau County has since
Williams' death on Aug. 25,
2002 constructed a communi-
ty center that will house a
museum about the beach's
history. "He was part of the
process that brought
American Beach out of the
Sdark ages," Adams said.,.
"That's the message my
father always gave," Baake
said. "Do better."
Rudolph Williams received
several promotions at Contain-
er, eventually repairing equip-
ment as a millwright, earning
top pay scale at $18 an hour.
He rethed in 1989 with 41.
years' service at the company.
Many others like him did
not sacrifice in vain, Bkake.
said, recalling when she and
her father integrated a phar-
macy lunch counter in
Fernandina. :: .
His activism "got us to the
point in life where we didn't
have to look over our shoul-
ders," she said. "We had that
foundation of what it meant to
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Real estate coming b
Let's get real, people "a lot of buy- between the two areas).
As in the real estate mar- i ers- but It demonstrates the veloci-
ket in Nassau County has thereis just ty at which properties are
really rebounded with the not a lot of moving here and pricesare
resilience of the Backstreet inventory rising. On Amelia Island,
Boys. And it is music to the out there." properties have sold from
ears of anyone who owns On the between $112,500 and $1.4
property here. flip side, real million in the past month. Off
While the nineties boy estate values the island, the sale prices
band is doing a documentary are driven have been lower: $33,100 to
on its meteoric rise from child STEVE by the fabled $475,000.
stars to pop icons, the broad MARKET economic However, Cook expects
recovery in the real estate PLACE principle of some of this to change.
market fromthe abyss of ___ supply and "Yulee is going to boom," she
2008 can be documented. demand. If says, while also citing steady
Like with hard statistics. Steve Nicklas there is less activity in Callahan and
The inventory of proper- supply and Hilliard. As high-quality
ties for sale in the county has higher demand, then prices restaurant-chains such as
been reduced to one-third of should rise. Across the U.S., Panera Bread open, the
what it had been. In fact, just real estate prices rose by 12 planned developments of
as a glut of inventory present- percent over the past year. Rayonier (and its Terra
ed an obstacle in recent Some of that is being seen Pointe subsidiary) should
years, the lack of available in local statistics as compiled bring a torrent of new activity.
properties can also be prob- by Cook's husband and fellow Veteran real estate agent
lematic. agent John Holbrook. In the Bobby Ferreira sees similari-
"There is not as much past month, 41 properties ties with the current market
inventory as we would like to sold off of Amelia Island. On as compared with others in
see," says local real estate the island, 36 properties have his 40 years here. Ferreira
agent Michele Cook. "It's sold (representing an impres- has observed a sustainable,
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property sales and prices.
Ferreira should know. His
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Realty normally lead in real
estate sales most years.
In further analyzing the
local market, the lower end of
properties (below $350,000).
is still the hottest for sales.
However, Cook is encouraged
by the activity of higher-value
areas such as South Fletcher
Avenue, which is experienc- -
ing rampant construction.
If you chronicle all of the
.recent real estate activity
here, it is almost enough to
push Nassau County to the
top ofthe charts again. Sort
of like the story of the
Backstreet Boys.
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or revolving charges (e.g.,
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loans.
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Fraudulent or unautho-
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whether it was stolen or mer-
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Charges that list the
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Charges for goods or
services you either did not
accept or that weren't deliv-
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Math errors, such as
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Failure to post payments
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30 days of receipt and
resolve the dispute with the
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90 days..
Send your letter via certi-
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billing inquiry address, not
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Include your name,; address,
account'number and a
description of the billing.
error. Include copies of sales
slips or other documents '
that support your; position.
According to the Federal
Trade Commission (FTC),
you may withhold payment
Sof the disputed amountand
i elated charges during the
investigation. In fact, many
card issuers mayvoluntarily
remove the charge until the
maner is resolved since they
rai e i presenting you, their
client, in the dispute.-
If it turns out your bill
contains a mistake, the credi-
toi must explain, in writing,
i he corrections that will be
made In addition to credit-
ing your account,they must
remove all finanrice charges,
late fees or other charges
related to the error.
However, if the card,
issue 's investigation deter-
mines that you owe part or
all of the disputed amount,
they must promptly provide
yOuL with a written explana-
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investigation's results, you
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While our world is always
full of.conflict, the last few
months have certainly
seemed to reach new heights.
There is the Syrian ciil war,
the continuing
Israeli/Palestinian conflict
and now the Egyptian prob-
lem. It is always interesting
when outsiders sternly and,
in many cases, naively advise
the parties that they should
peacefully work things out. I
say naively because most
times the different parties
Should love to peacefully work
things out if only they didn't
have to compromise their,
principles or objectives. I am
particularly impressed by the
efforts of John Kerry, some-
one I never supported, to
solve the Israeli/Palestinian
conflict. Few people are giv-
ing Kerry a chance and some
are actually sabotaging his
efforts.
We. have less explosive
Issues here in America but as
with &e issues in the Middle
East, the parties will only
reach agreement if both par-
ties are willing to compro-
mise. WhileOprties with no
dog in the fight may believe
Compromise should occur, I,
also understand Why the
party that believes an invio-
late principle is involved,
'believes compromise is the
wrong decision. However, as.
shown below; sometimes one
individual can make a differ-
ence.- .. '
One thing that helps comn
.promise in business, unlike
.issues in the MIiddle East, is
that the issues are usually
only abopftmoney. The 19t0i-s
were tough times for union-
ized companies,. Despite con-
.tractswhich explicitly stated
.that all disputes during the
contract should be enlted by'
binding arbitration, many .
Union leaders, .in prdei to
exert gi eater k-verae \i hen:
they didn't like a management
decision, would call for a
"wildcat strike." The co rnopa-
ny's problem Was that, unless
they could get injunctive
relief, there was no real way


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to counter
the wildcat
strike other.
than to capit-
ulate.
However,
because of
how the law
had'been
interpreted
in previous
cases, com-
panies were
not able to
get injunc-
tive relief.
Therefore it


was becoming impossible for
companies where inventory
was-critical, to compete or
operate once they became
unionized. In 1969, the num-.
ber of wildcat strikes in the
United States had risen to
766.
In the late 1960s, I had
"joined P Ballantine and Sons,
a brewer in'Newark, NJ.,-one
of the companies bedeviled :
by wildcat strikes. The gener-
al counsel for P Ballantine
was Fraiik Brennan. Born ift
'Newark, asone of eight ch il- .
dren, Frank's older brother
William had become'quite
famous as a member of the
U.S. Supreme Court. William
Brennan also .ad become .
known as the leading intellec-
Stual liberal on the left-leaning
Warren Court and we would
chide Frank.in why he had
no Influence over his brother.
Frank would grumble and,
sometimes laugh, but obvi-'
ously not mtich changed. We
continued to have major prob-
lems with the unions who
would challenge'all our
efforts to improve productivi-
ty, ;
Then came the "Boys .
* Market" case. The retail ,
Union called a wildcat strike
Against Boys' Market after the
Califoinia-based corimpany,
made a decision on agriev-
ance that the tunion disputed.
Based on previous cases Boys
Market was not able to halt
the strike by getting an
injunction, but decided to pur-
sue the case even after losing


their case in the Court of
Appeals. In 1970, the case
reached the Supreme Court
where the individual designat-
ed to write the majority opin-
ion was William Brennan.
William Brennan, who had
a background in labor law,
surprised everyone and wrote
what I would classify as a
common sense opinion.
Putting aside precedent
(stare decisis) and relying
more on practical reasoning
than legal certitudes, he
noted that if contracts had
binding arbitration, common
sense dictated that neither
side should have the right to
skirt the process. Therefore,
if the union refused to arbi-
trate and called a wildcat,
strike, the. company should be
granted injunctive relief.
Brennan got four other jus-
tices to join in on his decision,
which turned out to be a
major turning point for.
unions and companies. By the
Smid-1970s, wildcat strikes
Were no longer a problem and
from that point on, along with
companies becoming smarter
About other strategies, the
power of unions in private
S.industry'began to wane. A
few of us gave long-suffering
Brother. Frank some of the
credit for this decision.
So the point is when
people wrinfig their hands
land say, "What can-I do?"
They are misguided. One
brave individual thinking
clearly can make a difference,'
and maybeJohn Kerry is the
one for this time
Amelia Island resident
Howard Pines has m,'re than
30years experience as CEO.
chairman and founder.of
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ofHt'man Resouirces for a
SForthne 100 corporation He
is author of The Case for .
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ANGELA DAUGHTRY
News-Leader
The Fernandina Beach
Maritime Welcome Center at
the foot of Centre Street on'
the city waterfront is chang-
Sing its focus to highlight the-
city's shrimping heritage.
The Amelia- Island
SMuseum of History, 233 S.
Third St., has had a license
agreement with'the city since
2010 to use the welcome cen-
ter at Fernandina Hai-bor
Marina as a maritime muse-
um, staffed by musetimyvol-
unteers. .
SCity commissioners
approved a heW license agree-
ment Aug. 20 between the
Amelia Island: Museum of
History and the city, which


New displays will center on the city's
history as birthplace of the modern
shrimping industry.


changes the museum's naimie
to the -Fernandina Beach
Shrimping Museum and
Welcome Center.
Nqw displays and informa-"
tion at the museum will center"
On the city's history as the
birthplace of the fimodern
shrimping industry .
SCompleted in 2009, the
marine welcome center for vis-
iting boaters.was built as part
of a grant requirement from
the Florida Fish. &. Wildlife
Commission. Renovation of


,the city marina bathhouse and
construction of the new wel-
come center cost $357,000,
with a federal grant paying for'
$182,000 and.the city the rest.
The museum has request-
ed the city pay for a new sign
for the museum to display its,
new name and reflect its new
focus. According to City.
Manager Joe Gerrity, the city's
sign shop will make the new:
sign,'at- a cost of "not more'
than $150."
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Heron Isles
Community Development District

A special meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the Heron Isles
Community ,Development District will be held on Thursday,
September 5, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. at the office of Compass Group,
Inc., 961687 Gateway Boulevard, Suite 201M, Amelia Island,
Florida 33034. The meeting is open to the.public and will be cOn-
ducted in accordance with the provisions of Florida Law forCommunity
Development Districts. A copy of the agenda for this meeting may be
obtained from Heron Isles CDD, 475 West Town Place, Suite 114, St.
Augustine, Florida 32092 (and phone (904) 940-5850). This meeting
may be continued to a date, time, and place to be specffied'on the
record at the meeting. There may be occasions when one or more
Supervisors will participate by telephone.
Any person requiring special accommodations at this meeting
because of a disability or physical impairment should contact the
District Office at (904) 940-5850 at least two calendar days prior to
the meeting. If you: are hearing or speech impaired, please contact the
Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770, for aid in contacting the
District Office.
Each person who decides to appeal any action taken at this meet-
ing is advised that person will need a record of the proceedings and
that accordingly, the person may need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made including the testimony and evidence upon
which such appeal is to be based.
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District Manager


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(FPU) is in the process ofmov- In additioato paying in-per- Company is a wholly-owned
ing from its existing office to son at the utility, the company subsidiary of Chesapeake
780 Amelia Island Parkwayv offers electric and propane cus- Utilities Corp. Chesapeake
Opening Sept 9, FPUIs new tomers the following payment Utilities Corp. is a diversified
location can be found west of options: utility company engaged in nat-
14th Street at the roundabout Online www.FPUC. ural gas distribution, trans-
on Amelia Island Parkway and c6m/Payments mission and marketing, elec-
Airport Road. By phone 1-877-337- trick distribution, propane gas
The company's existing 3145 distribution and wholesale mar-
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WEDNESDAY. ALUGLUST-28. 2013 NEWS News-Leader


Nonprofit groups appeal for city funding


ANGELA DAUGHTRY
News-Leader"


Several nonprofit groups addressed city com-
. missioners at their meeting last week, objecting
to the city's withdrawal of .financial support for
most nonprofit organizations for fiscal 2013-14.
SBy majority, commissioners decided at an ear-
lier workshop to give funding only to the Amelia
Island Museum of History because it does not
receive funds rom the county
Commissioners Arlene Filkoff and Ed Boner
argued at the. time that the city should continue
to fund more nonprofits because its support often
leads to larger state and federal grant funds.
They also argued that residents not able to get
help from such nonprofits would end up using
other city services:
Wanda Lanier, executive director of the.
Barnabas Center, which offers' financial, nutri-
tional and :medical aid to the underprivileged,
reiterated that nonprofits are a very important
part of the community.
"The support we get from the city is important,
riot just in dollars but'when we approach other
supporters," Lanier said. She added Barnabas
Center was recently invited to apply for a $200,000
grant'and "the foundation :asked what kind of
support we get from localgovernment." '
Laureen', Pagel, CEO of Starting Point (for-
merly Sutton Place),which nffers.mental health


counseling services, said the nonprofit facility
served more than 3,700 residents over the past
year, many under the age of 18, with city/coun-
ty grant matches of $486,000 in uncompensated
costs. It also is experiencing financial hardship
due to $6 million in sequestration cuts from the
state, she said.
SStarting Point is "the last resort for those in
Needd" Pagel said, before those with mental health
problems end up in the emergency, jail or justice
systems. The organization also intervened for
2,300 children under the age of 18, she said.
Pagel said later that the city had donated
around $10,000 in the past.
"Our organization is contributing a great deal
of value to the community," Pagel said. "People
with mental health and addiction problems aren't
going away ... the city will end up paying more for
those services. The city commissioners are very
short-sighted in their thinking."
Elaine Coats, president of Micah's Place, a
shelter for abused women and their families, said
Sthe organization also receives government sup-
port and has served 163 women and children in
- Nassau County over the past year, with 63 being
women and children within the city.
SJanice Ancrum, executive director of the
Council on Aging, which-services the area's sen-
ior citizens, said the city's support of a 10 percent
match donation could make a big difference in
how much money the state gives in matching


grants.
COA helps fill the most basic needs of local
senior citizens. Ancrum said, such as trans-
portation, meals, personal hygiene and clean
bedding.
The Council on Aging stepped in last week
after a fire displaced five senior citizens living in
the subsidized Sandridge Apartments on Jasmine
Street. Ancrum said the COA coordinated efforts
with other nonprofits and provided immediate
needs for the seniors including hotel rooms,
clothing and personal items, and retrieving med-
ications.
"If someone needs care at home, what would
they do if (Council on Aging) wasn't there?"
Boner said. "We have an expanding elderly pop-
ulation here ... we need to rethink (donating to)
the nonprofits and come back and talk about it
again."
Filkoff said at the meeting that commission-
ers might not have been as informed as they are
now about the need for matching grants. The
money needed from the dcity by nonprofits, she
said "is not a significant impact on the taxpayer
versus the impact fromm the nonprofits) on the
entire community."
Commissioner Pat Gass defended her original
position that the city should leave most funding
of nonprofits up. to individual taxpayers.
"All of these thoughts were considered," she
said.


Fresmage tvo
ANGELA DAUGHTRY coming from the front bedroom
News-Leader windox of Apt. 20 at 'the
', Sandridge Apartments, 2021
An apartment was severelV *.Jasmine St .
damaged Thursday morning Occupants of the adjoining
after being struck by a.light- apartments had-been evacuat-
ning bolt during a thunder- ed. A maintenance worker
storm, according to reports reported hearing a loud noise,.
from the Fernandina Beach then noticed a hole in the floor
Police and Fire departments. of ApL 21 and electrical outlets
Upon arrival around 9:30 comingoutofthewall.Healso
a m., city and county firelight- : reported seeing flames in Apt.
ers found smoke and flames 20 and called 911.


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The fire was extinguished
within six minutes by 14 fire-
fightersfrom the city and coun-'
ty, according' to the, reports.
Within 90 minutes, all hot'spots
were alsQ.extinguished. There
were no reported injuries.
Fii e invt.sligatnrs reported
electrical danimage to power out-.
lets Withinthe othei five units of
the ktructl' e.& and "one instance
where electricity arced from a
power cord, creating a hole in
the concrete foundation,"
according to the report. .
S Investigators later detei-
mined'that the fire started in
Sthe front bedroom due to an
electrical surge from a light-
,gin strike. Ldcal service organ-
izations, including the Council
on Aging, .coordinated relief
effot, for ddisplaced resident t'.
ofthe subsidized senior citizen
apartments.
An accidental fire also dam-
aged a bedroom in a house at
2453 First Ave. on Saturday,:


according t6 police and fire
reports. Firefighters responded
to a'call from a neighbor who
reported the occupants were
away, but that theie was a fire
in one of the bedrooms and sfihe
could smell smoke.
City and county firefighters
arrived at the scene about 10:15
p.m., according to report, and
could see heavy, smoke coinm-
ing from the structure. Fire-
fighters extifiguished the
flames within about eight min-
utes and any-hot-spotswithi'h 90
minutes, according to reports.
Investigators determined the
fire was contained in, a bedroom
With "minimal smoke damage
to the hallway and the 'rest of
the home." .
The Red Cross met.with the
occupants of the house later to
offer assistance. The-cause of
the fire was determined'to be
accidental and there were no
intii)is. according to the
report t. ",' '


STHIEF Continued from 1A
doors to make sure they are.
secured.
Cover basement win-
dows with,.decorative glass
film or coatings. Low, thorny
' shrubbery outdoors isanoth-
er deterrent,.
Thieves may bypass
homes located on corners,
since they havemore traffic. If
your home is in the middle
Iof a block, make sure'you
have outdoor lighting, includ-
ing motion detector lights that
go on when someone' walks'
by: ' ,


'In apartments, renters
should change their locals
immediately after moving into
a unit. The previous tenant
may have a copy of the key.
But first check your lease and
talk with your building mai-
ager or landlord. It could b1.
the locks already were
changed.
Townhouses can.be eagy
targets, because they often
have privacy fences and
'secluded gardens. These are
perfect spots for burglars to
enter undetected. Consider:
adding door and window seh-
sors to these.areas. .


POLITICSIN BRIEF

Familyfun -tournament, refreshments .
and prizes. Entrance fees :,
Join local Republicans must be paid with a check .,
and elected Republican' made payable to Republican"
officials for family ftfun, Party of Nassau County anda
Thursday at 7 p.m. at the mailed to PO.'Box 15573,
Puntt-Pun golf course Fernandina Beach, FL
owned by the family of state 32035, or brought with you. '
Sen. Aaron Bean at/Main Thursday. -
SBeach. ,:,,,. Direct qupions and J
, Cost.l"4q.',peripers ooJT SVP to 491- 544 and leay^
and will include a Putt-Ptitt a. essage.s''e


Temporary Closure of Tax Collector's
S -Downtown Office
The Tax Collector's Office located inside the Historic
Courthouse will be closed the month of August for mandat-
ed equipment upgrades and. renovations. The nearest'
alternative location is the Main Office in Yulee located on'
A1A. Tax payments, vehicle registrations and most driver'
license renewals can be made online at
www.nassautaxes..com. Phone: (904) 491-7400.
Thank You, John M. Drew, CFC


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

William L. Ross, Ph.D. (dba Amelia Psychological",
Services 1405 ParkAve Suite 202 FB FL 32034),
has officially closed his practice,as of.8/23/13. ,
While Dr. Ross is no longer providing clinical -
services, he remains in possession of past
records and can address professional requests .
for some form of documentation if appropriate.

Written requests can be sent to: William L. F3oss,
Ph.D. at 784 Patterson, Drive, Metter, GA'30439...
All other practitioners ,working under Amelia
Psychological Services remain in the service area.
and can be reached at their new addresses. ,









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Mayor Sarah Pelican, who has also been vocal
about not funding most nonprofits, complained &f
being "assailed for not supporting" them. SIe
said that, because city taxes pay for 21 percent if
the county's budget, Fernandina Beach taxpay-
ers are already paying over $100,000 each year for
the city's share of county nonprofit grants
The citizens here contribute without evde
realizing it," she said.
The amount granted to nonprofits by the citf
of Fernandina Beach has been dwindling for tlhe
last few years as officials struggle to balance tl
budget in a struggling economy
In 2011, commissioners granted $62,500
local nonprofits, but the amount decreased tb
$35,000 in 2012.
The city's budget for 2013-14 does include&
$25,000 in sewer/sanitation funds for elderly a*il
underprivileged residents who cannot pay their
wastewater bills, and $1,000 for Keep Nassi
Beautiful, which educates residents in ways -
improve the community's appearance. .
The city also has a "Love Your Neighbor"
donation program through the Salvation Arm-,
where residents can make one-time or monthly
pledges within their utility bills, to help local fam-
ilies pay for utilities during times of financial
hardship. The donations are collected by the city
and distributed through the local Salvation Arny
Hope House.
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I WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28.2013 OPINION News-Leader


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Justsay MOOY
The-Nassau Counrty Commission Iscuri-
Fently looking for ways to reduce spending
.qnd plug next year's $11.q-.millio0 budgt:.,
ho rtfall. ;::f .'l?,( ;>,:*
y. Several proposals have ,been bantered,.
around without much success -
SCommissioner Steve Kelley's plan, the rein-,
$tatement of the gas tax and the one sug-
gested that I personally thought made the
most sense,-the special user district fire tax. ,.
Thefireltax, if it had not been "nxeld" by"
. The county commission and implemented
would have required all "property owners, to ."
contribute toward fire and rescue expenses
-1 think it was about $217 per residence. :
Currently residents of the towns of Callahan :
and Hilliard pay no tax for Nassau County- '
'provided fire and rescue.
One suggestion that has
Snot been mentioned, that
numerous residents are
". talking about, is the privati-
zation of fire and rescue
services It apparently has
.';sacred.cow" status, but I
d eel it deeds to be.said'-if, q
for nothing more'thn'dndis-
~.-MY..E cussion -
I E-w,- Now before my house
i-* burns to the grounder J
Foy Maloy. die of a heart attack in the
y back of a rescuetruck, let .
Publisher me be "perfectly clear" I
have the utmost apprecia-
ion anid respect for our fire and rescue per-
onnel. Our professional firefighters provide
Incredible public safety service and by no
neans am I even slightly suggesting we do .
way with them. .
SHowever, other. organizational options "
ire out there the county commission should
Le investigating ." .. .
The most interesting example I been told'
about-is Chatham County. Ga.. (Savannah) .
' the second largest metropolitan statistical
rea in Georgia behind Atlanta. 'Chatham
county has roughly 276,400 residents and
100,000 annual visitors They have 26.fire
and EMS stations throughout the county.
But the county has privatized the fire and
rescue services, saving the'cotunty taxpayers
millions of dollars. The county pays a bit .
'more over $1 million for theiservice provid-
Sed about $4 per resident annually.
.For every dollar Nassau County collects
in taxes only 23.9 cents goes to the county
commission to operate annually Of the 23..9
cents- 33.5 percent goes towards fufiding
,assau County Fire and ReseJ hg.largest,,"
?share of the entire county budget at a cost
Sf about $66 per resident-annally.,-! .
SSo why aren't our county commissioners
looking at other alternatives to operating
lour fire and rescue during this time of'rev-
enue shortfalls- maybe they're bunting
irotes and looking towards'the.next election ,
instead of looking out for the assauu County
,taxpayer.6 '
L Regardless, for the sak f 'Nas5 "
County taxpayers this "sac l dshb ufd-
4be publicly, dissected and'aAayzed. '....
S Foy Maloy is Publisher of the News-Leader
; fraaloy@ifnewsleadercom


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Nassau County Commisiioners:
LDanny Leeper, District 1-Femandina Beach,
26 1-802 (h), 430,3 8 8 (cedij . . .. .
mail:aeper@hrassaucoWmifl.. '.
Vel l ey, District 2-Amelia 1iand.
lassauvile. O'Neil, 277-3948 (h), 556-0241 (bell).
mail: skelley@nassaucountyfi.don ''.
at EdWards, District 3-Yu.6c, -020 (cell),
4-jedwards.Qnassauep Bdr '9' ;
Barry Holloway, District 4- Hilliard, Bryceville,
Boulogne, 879-3230 (h), 753-1,072(oellhnmail:
bholloway@nassaucountyfl.com *'
Walter J. Boatright, District 5-Callahan,
879-2564 (h), 753-0141 (cell),


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Se the golf course
Once again we have to read
about another problem with the,
city's golf course (Aug. 23).
Although I would have to agree with
the mayor that it is "abhorrent" that
These ex-city officials received
unwarranted employee discounts,
one has to wonder how many other
special deals were given to anybody
(and his cousin) .in a similar feeble
attempt to increase golf course -
"usage and increase revenues. If I
showed up and offered to use the
course if I received a discount would
.I have received a similar deal? Who
decides who gets the special deals
.and who does not?
The solution to this ongoing
nightmare isto simply sell the golf
course. The city (and its agents)
have clearly and': continuously
demonstrated an inability to prop-
erly manage it and the taxpayers
can no longer afford to keep subsi-
dizing it. A recent column by a self-
described progressivee" defends
the golf course as something resi-
dents built 60 yearsago and is there-
fore worth preserving as a city--
owned -asset That doesn't sound
very progressivev" to me. Today
there are several golf courses in the
area and there is no critical need for
.the city to compete in this type of
activity- :
SInstead of a referendum to sell
city lands (green space) in order to
find funds to save the golf course,
why not instead have a referendum:
Son whether residents want to keep
or sell the golf course? The deci-
Ssion should be left up to the voters
At least I think that's what one of our
commissioners has suggested for
issues such as this.
Richard J. Cain
.' Fernandina Beach

Thankyou.TerraPointe


_ RICK MCKEEiTHE AUGUSTA (GA.) CHRONICLE


with the charge to analyze and
'make recommendations on the
future of growth and transportation
-issues operated under a basic prin-
cipIle "that growth should pay for
'itself." Our recommendation just
recently given to' the'-commission
was to establish a Mobility Plan
based on impact fees to cover new
growth
The TerraPointe East Nassau
project is a mixed use development
(optimum tax receipts for the coun-
ty) and includes new evacuation'
Routes and a new interchange on I-
95. The Crawford Diamond indus-
trial .site is considered one of the
best on the East coast Finally,
Nassau County can compete.
Thank you, TerraPointe.
S Robert WV. Spaeth
Amelia Island


Mr Robert Weintraub and Ms. ,
Michele King have recently written Shrimpn Festva1 :
San article for the News-Leader titled ..
Nassau taxpayers on hook, for Sandy Price had shared with me
*TerraPoint" lAug. 16). They are. .her plans to retire after the com-
Seither very uninformed about the pletion of the 50th anniversary of
challenges facing Nassau'dCounty., the Isle of Eight Flags .Shrimp
"of wish to inflame public opinion : Festival f..The Year of the Golden-
l'and confuse a most critical issue. Shrimp. So it was difficult to not
A few facts are in order, just a few spill the beanswhen attended the
years ago the assessed valuation oi .city -commission workshop on ,
all property in the county was about Monday,'Aug 19.,- .- .
88 billion Today, because of.the ,. Fernandina Beach and Amelia
nation's economic problems, the :Islahd have a lot of great events and-,'
valuation has dropped to $6 billion activities going on all the timeyear-
This 82 billion difference trans-. round. No one wants .to see any of
lates to 133 million less in ad v'al- them cease That's part.of what
orem tax receipts. r the county makes this such a great place to
ICThiW large -hor ... bg.. rr'lyW. he-ShRrnp-Festivalw,-ith hal',
compounded by. ed'cOsts' a century under-its belt, brintgs the*
passed down to the county from the largest economic impact to the area.
state These events have caused a estimated at some '517i million by a
significant, long-term problem for TDC study Yet I wondered as I sit
Nassau, Counity (and most other in the commission chambers and
municipalitie). '' listened to the questions being
This strategic problem cannot directed toward the Shrimp Festival
be solved by an increase in taxes or Committee and its executive direc-
Sby a reduction in county operating tor There were many questions and
costs (with the accompanying cut in suggestions offered in an acaderm-
county services) The only solution ic manner, with little appreciation of-
is to stimulate economic growth the time it takes to study and pos-
- that will expand the tax base sibly actually implement these ideas.
S(increasing tax revenue) while at at the ground level and their poten-
Sthe same time creating the new jobs tial results Can you charge admis-,
necessary to accommodate the' sionP Can you increase fees Have
nearly 2 percent projected annual you tried to add new sponsors? Why
County population growth Like it does the committee do this or that?
or not, more people willoe moving Finally I raised my hand and was..
' to Nassau County in theyears granted permission to speak. I
-ahead. Economic growth can only offered a few observations.
Sbe achieved by &iticing new busi- -. First on parades/street events.
nesses to relocate in the county and There are many fine parades held in
-by helping existing businesses to Fernandina-Beach during a year
remain and expand- .The ". 'and I want to- keep every one of
TerraPointe project arid tihe them Shriner's, homecoming, vet-
Crawford Diamond industrial site -erans, Concours d'Elegance drive in
-. in Callahan seem to be the best, if" and park of classic cars on Centre
not the only, "games in town," and Street, etc. And then the street
as such represent the optimum solu- events: Sounds on CentreArtWalk,
tion to the strategic problem facing Jazz Festival in Park, etc. But does
thecounty .. ': the, city ask how much it takes in
The county commission under- city resources to help prepare for,
sands this and has shown prudent -manage and clean up after each of
.foresight in implementing tjhe nec- these many annual functions?
essary economic incentives (pro- Second, thereiare numerous
grams like Tax lncrememt uncontrolled events occurring
SFinancing and an, Economic every year; the Fourth of Julyweek--
-Deivelopment 'Grant) which ,will end beach cleanup, Florida/Georgia
result in economic growth, an. week at Halloween time, the 15 pub-.
--increase in tax revenue and the cre- lic dune walkovers with paved park-
atian of newjobs. It will still not-.be ,ing, beach ccean swims, Atlantic
Seasy because the competitive en'i- Avenue and Alvarez Field balltour-
rofnment for attracting new busi- naments, recreation center events,
nesses is so .intense. Most south-'' etc. Do we ask how much resources
eastern states, especially Georgia, ;; Fernandina Beach expends intraf.a
offer a wide range of state ad local fic control and rescue and the mas-
incentives. Ron Littlepage-wrote sive cleanup involved?
about this situation in his Viewpoint Yet for Shrimp Festival, a top
column in the Times Union ofAug. national outdoor free and open
23 titled ,"Naysayers are wrong event with parades, beauty pag-
about.Jacksonville." He says thi: ; eants, stage entertainment, art,
"The finance commission -'food, fun, kids zone, etc. a major
approved incentive packagesdir positive financial contribution to the
both companies (Johnison & economy-'we seemed to come
Johnson and ETC Logistics) with a down hard and ask a lot of ques-
S.unanimous vote.... The city will kick, tions. Questions we do not ask of
jn about $45,000 to secure the move other, often uncontrolled happen-
by ETC Logistics to Jacksonville ... ings in our city.
-andJohnson&Johnsonwillgeta50 1 almost closed with the old
percent tax break on the increased adage: "Be careful what you ask for,
property taxes that will come from as you might get it" But I bit my
its investment over a 10-year period tongue and sat down.
... the city will get that much in new A lot of corporate knowledge is
property tax revenues that wouldn't going out the door if Sandy does
have come-without the expansion... leave. Thank you, Sandy, for all your
so as the saying goes,'put a sock in work and dedication over the many
Sit, naysayers'." years. The Shrimp Festival has a
Perhaps we should tell our 12-month calendar of behind the
naysayers the same thing, scenes items, small and large that
There are so many misstate- must be accomplished in order to
ments, incorrect numbers and faulty be prepared for May 2014. Let's all
conclusions in the Weintraub/Kling pitch in and help the committeevol-
diatribe that one does not know unteers who are being asked to step
where to start. However, the up and do even morewith less finan-
Contingency Task Force (I am a cial support from the city. Go to the
member) appointed by the BOCC festival web site, check their meet-


Sing schedule and see if you have working Americans." Dare we note
the timeand can volunteer for a that according to Gas Buddy. corn,
committee.. ,the week ending Aug. 25 has the
LarryMyers average price of a gallon of regular
Fernandina Beach gasoline at $3.56 per gallon or $1.13
per gallon more than the "Bush
C.uz v,.* Obamwi- yearss" Can I ask'who OBama is.
... .. 'making rich? ,
The' viewpoint"Go Crazy! Vote I also have to wonder about this
Ted Cruz for el Presidente" (Aug. "recovering economy" Are you bet-
23) 'deserves a response. 'The terofftodaythanyouwere fiveyears
author, a Democratic consultant, ago? Then onto more facts: a few
really poured on the rhetoric. As weeks-ago, .the Fed chairman, Ben
typical of so many. of today's -.Bernanke, hinted hewould ease off
.Democrats, I simply have to review ."quantitative easing" and the stock
from the Democratic consultants,' market dropped 1,000 points in a
article: .ITe'Cruz must run for.pres- week. The rates for a -home mnort-
ident but not to save our country- gage increased and the latesthous-
from falling deficits, 41 months ing market statistics went into the
straight of private sectorjob gi'owth "dumps." "'
or forcing health insurance compa.- Iread more and more aboutbusi-
nies to spend yo6r, premiums on nesses reducing employees.work
health care.!' hours andwages being stagnant and
Here are the facts: During the benefits being reduced or cut out
first four years of Obama's leader- -completely and have to. v wonder,
ship, deficits have averaged $1.254 what econ-omic recovery?
trillion per year. During, the G.W. Fewer people working, those that
Bush years, the average deficitwas do, fewer hours'and fewer benefits.
$250.68 billion pbr year. These facts Over $800 per year more to fill a 15-
. obtained.: from: ,whitehouse. gallon gas tank for 52 weeks.
gov/omb, historical tables. The Does anybodypay less for health
deficit has gone from S 10 trillion to care today as the Democratic con-
over .16.9 trillion since Obama'has sultant says' "health insurance cornm-
been PresidenL panics are no6w being- forced to
According to 'the Bureau of- spend your premiums ,qn health
Labor Statistics, another govern- care?" How's Obamacare working
ment agency, the percent of the pop-. out for you' The most recent news
ulation aged-16 years plus who are Was Delta Airlines would be spend-
working averaged 62.8 percent dur- ing another $100 million in costs
iqg. te Bush presidency. Theast due to Obamacare. Any bets the.
peIcen't, .db" ipcent nie' ia" o'o nie- t
Bush years To place this into per'- already announced layoffs due to
spective, if the same percentage of Obamacare costs? Don't forget the
people were working today as dur- mary exemptions from Obamacare',
ing the Bush years, there would be regulations How's that for fair and
12.833,000 more people with a job equaP Just wait until the penalty
based on a population of 313 mil- phase, or as the Supreme Court
lion people! '; called it. tax, goes into effect Yes,
: Ontoi www.fns.usda.gov and. another Obama regulation which
there are statistics, again from the has been "delayed" until after the
federalgovernment, statistics which. "next! election. :
track the number of people receiving The first two words of the Aug
food stamps.F6r. tlhe year 2008 23 Viewp6int: Go Crazy' Based upon
(Bush's last vear),' there were government facts/statistics, I believe
28,223,000 people receiving food the resultsof the 2012 election prove
stamps Obama's first year went to we already have gone crazy by giv-.
33.5 million people to 46 7 million ing Obama a second term' I cannot
food stamp recipients by the end of say that Ted Cruz is the right choice
2012. According to the U.S. Debt to become our next president, but
Clock, today Ithe number has certainly, based upon facts. Obarnma
increased to 47.9 million people. Do has failed.
you see the parallel between less I didn't even bring up Benghazi,
people working and food stamp the IRS or NSA, as the White House
recipients? .. "- is not releasing facts to Congress
Another government website, or anybody else for that matter I
U.S. Departmentof Energy, lists the also await a Viewpoint article regard-
average price of a gallon of gaso- ing foreign policy.' The "spin"
line. They even-have a chartwhich from Democratic consultants will
convertsthe price per gallon in 2011 be like thatof an F-5 tornado. Egypt,
dollars. From 2001 through 2008, Syria, Russia, :Iran, and N. Korea,
the average priceper gallon of gas :things haven't gone so well for Mr.
(in 2011 dollars) was $2.43. From Obama: I still wonder about the
2009 through 2011 (the last year "open mic"cominment caughtwhen
this.web site provided stats), the President"Obama was talking with
average price of a gallon of gas was 'the Russian Premier: "tell Putin I'll
$2.94 or over 50 cents more than : be able to be more flexible after the
during the "Bush years" when as a election." I guess this didn't impress
-Democratic consultant was always Putin. But hey, this is anothersub-
heardto say: "Bush and Cheneyare ject. : :, ".- .
.allowing their friends in the oil indus- : ;'- Kenny Dalton
try to get rich off the backs of hard : Fernandina Beach


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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28.2013 NEUS News-Leader


Just another


t was a fine Sunday. I started it off with an
early five-mile walk on the beach admiring
the sunrise. Home again I had great
Expectations of spending the rest of the
day catching up on computer work.
One phone call changed all that. "Do you
want to go out with us on our boat? We're plan-
ning to head out to Cumberland Island, Ga.,
for the afternoon." And with that call from my
friends Susan and Flip I closed up my laptop
and I was off. Ah, the best laid plans.....
_ Setting off from the downtown marina Flip
had a mission in mind before heading over to
Cumberland Island. He had heard reports
about white pelicans at the south end of
Amelia Island and we wanted to see them for
ourselves. White pelicans are a different
species from the brown pelicans that live
around us year round and more than twice
their size. They visit us each winter, joining
other snowbirds to relax in our warmish cli-
mate away from their summer homes in the
northwestern areas of the United States and
Canada. But it is summer here now. These pel-
icans should be breeding in fresh and saltwa-
ter lakes far from here and not lounging
around on our sandbars.


WILD
WAYS

Pat
Foster- Turley


dayh(

Sure enough, though, we
found a group of white peli-
cans standing on a tiny sand-
bar on the marsh side of'
Amelia Island. These birds
lacked the distinctive protu-
berance on their upper
mandible that males develop
and the deeper colors of their
beaks and legs that breeding
birds of both sexes display.
Seems like these birds decid-
ed to forgo the- long flight
back to breeding grounds.
Another case of snowbirds
finding Amelia Island and -
staying here year-round we


see it alL the time.
Before long we were headed north to
Cumberland Island to view the wildlife there.
Along the way we saw dolphins of course -
and watched flocks of white ibis, geese and
other birds flying overhead. Views of the
Kings Bay submarine facility were intriguing -
the odd structure used' to demagnetize incom-
ing submarines, the larger buildingsproviding
support for this fleet. We lingered a bit outside


zre in Paradise


of the security zone, looking at the buildings,
but quickly noticed a Navy patrol boat alerted
to our presence and coming our way. Time to
move on.
Arriving at the Plum Orchard boat
dock far up on Cumberland Island a group of
wild horses calmly watched us dock our boat
and walk onshore. These horses are descen-
dants of horses released onto the island over
the years. They are protected but not provided
with veterinary care let nature take its
course. Because their diet includes large
amounts of salt from eating marsh vegetation .
they have shortened lives compared to other
horses, but long enough lives to reproduce
and fulfill their natural mandates. These wild
horses-roam as they please, have plenty to eat,
no predators and no people to tell them what
to do. These horses roam freely and are fun to
see, even if they are "exotic" species to the
island.
After a quick,walk to look at the Plum
Orchard mansion, we were chased back onto
our boat by the mosquitos and biting yellow
flies, and took to the water again. All the way
back to Fernahdina Beach the breezes cooled
us on this very hot summer day, and our boat


bounced merrily across the choppy waves,.
exhilarating for sure!
Hours from the start, we were back again
in.the downtown marina. As we coasted in we
watched a group of sport fishermen disem-
-barking from their chartered vessel along with
a pile of finfish and two large sharks. Looks
like they bad a good day on the water too, very
different than ours, but fun for all (but the
fish).
The sun was setting as we.pulled our boat
up to the dock by Atlantic Seafood. If you
haven't watched sunset over theamarina you
are missing a special treat, a postcard-perfect
view available to us every day that we live on
the island.
It was a great Sunday, there's no doubt
about it. Beginning with a sunrise on the
beach, ending with a sunset at the marina and
all the sights in between. And, no, I didn't
catch up on my writing that day there's
always tomorrow, unless that day too,becomes
just another day in Paradise!
.Pat Foster-Turley is a zoologist on Amelia
Island. She welcomes your nature questions and
oIservations.
patandbudko@yaho..com


. ,. "' PHOTOS BY PAT FOSTERY-TURLEY/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER
White pelicans roost on a small sandbar off south Amelia Island right, not a usual sight in the sunmmner. Wild horses at the boat dock at Plum Orchard, Cumberland Island,
Ga., left. .. '


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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28.2013 NEWS News-Leader


SPECIAL PRESENTATION


S. FOYMALOY/NEWS-LEADER
Marilyn Evans-Jones, left, and her granddaughter Courtney Parish at-a special pres-
entation Aug. 19 a Osprey Village to view an in-depth documentary of the legislative
career of Eyans-Jones produced by the Florida State University Archives in :
Tallahassee. Evans-Jones represented and served residents of Brevard County for
10 years in the Florida House of Representatives from 1976 through 1986 under
Florida governors Rueben Askew and Bob Graham. Evans-Jones was known for her
honesty, integrity and her ability to work with both Republicans and Democratk. As
one of Florida's first state legislators EvansJones was instrumental in the passage of
Florida's Child Auto Restraint Bill, the Clean IndoorAiir Act, the Clean WaterAct,
the issuaice 'of temporary handicapped parking permits and the closings of
Florida's ill-managed Sunland Mental Health facilities. When Evans-Jones moved to
Nassau County she founded the Nassau County Republican Women's Club and was
the catalyst for the creation of Micah's Place.


Crenshav
S WASHINGTON, Db.C -
Congressman Ander
SCrenshow, a member of the
SHouse Defense Appropriations
SSubcommittee, has announced
That his 2013 Veterans Special
Recognition Ceremony .will
Honor Veterans ahd active duty
: members who served from
SWorld War. I through'
Operation Desert Shield and
SDesert Storm. :
;; The application deadline for
.those who have not previous-
Sly been recognized with
Special Recognition Certificate
is Oct. 4. The ceremony will be
5 held in November at a date to
. be ahnounced later this sum-..
m er, ,* .' ... ,'-
S. Through the years,
SCrenshaw has recognized
thousands of veterans who
Served from the 1940s through,
SDesert Storm. However, some
Veterans who served during
This time period may not-have
t. been honored because federal
SCongressional district lines


vto honor veterans


t
w'e r
I redrawn at
the". begin-
ning of 2013
Sand eligible
veterans did
not previ-
ously .live in
'the FUti] thi
w Con-gres-
S si o.-n a'l
S District.


Veterans who served from
World War II through.
Operation Dese-t Shield and '
Operation Desert Storm, live
in the F6urtth Congressional
District anird would like to par-
ticipate are eni curage(I t,. com-
tact Ci e-nshaw's d.trirct office
in Jacksonville at (904). 598-
0481 or go to his official web
site at Crenshaw.house.gov to'
obtain an application. Click on
Constituent Services, then
Special Events & Notices, and
lastly on, the Ve(<-rans
Recognition Ceremony to
download the press release


and application.
Completed applications and
proof of eligibility should be
mailed to the following
address- 1061 Riverside Ave.,
Suite lO10, Jacksonville. FL
32204.
To determine eligibility for
the certificate, veterans must
complete an application and
submit a copy of their -)D-2 14.
Active duty members who
wear the Southwest Asia
Service Medal qualify for this
*program. '. '


Driving cancer patients


'fulfilling' for volunteer


HEATHER A PERRY
News-Leader
Joni Reid is a dedicated vol-
unteer for the American Cancer
Society. As the Nassau County
Patient Services representative,'
doctors often refer their patients
to her for her compassionate
care and support
Reid is familiar with the dev-
astating effects of cancer, having
lost both her parents to the dis-
ease as well as a 12-year-old
child she and her husband were
adopting in 1995.
An active American Cancer
Society champion for 13 years,
Reid has been a Road to
Recovery driver for only about
year and a half.
"It is very fulfilling. You will
meet many different people
from manywalks of life but they
all have a common goal: they
are fighting for their life."
There's nothing difficult
about being a RTR driver, notes
Reid. '-
S"I simply pickup the patient-
: at their house, drive them to
their scheduled doctor's
appointment and then drive
them back home. The hard part,'
is not getting personally
-, involved as I often do."
- Somefolks can beabitofa
challenge :because they are
angry, demanding or may seem
unappreciative, explained Reid.
"WVhat ybu have to keep in
mind is that they.are going
through a lot of emotions, par-
ticularly if they have been
-recently diagnosed anger,
denial and it could also be due
to their treatments or the dis-
ease itself"
But there are sweet
moments, too, like recently:
when she.took a patient to
Peters Point after treatment.
Shd was in awe. She was
not a native islander and. even-
though she was too 'weak to-
walk down to the beach, we
were able to set out a picnic at
a table under a shelter."
SIn addition to driving folks to
and from their treatments, Reid
helps out in other ways by sit-
ting with them, running errands.


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HEATHER A. PERRY/NEWS-LEADER
"'The best part of being a Road to Recovery driver is,
knowing that I am assisting people at what may be the
most challenging time of their lives," says American
Cancer Sociefy volunteer Joni Reid, with some ofthe
awards she's received for her work with Relay for Life
and the society.
., "


for them or helping them file
insurance papers. .
She's also an avid fundraiser
for Relay for Life and has won
several awards, for her volun-
teer activities associated with
that event. '
Her roots in Nassau County
are deep. She'and her mother
and grandmother were all born
here.
"It is a very caring cpmmu- ,
Snity," said Reid. "After losing
my parents, I am more cornm-
minted than ever -to American
'Cancer Society"
-.When she's not helping oth-
ers, Reid takes timeout for per-
sonal reflection
I" love the beach and find it .
.very peaceful and relaxing It
' is my getaway even thoughh I
don't get there as much as I


would like."
SShe and her husband,
Denver, have two grown chil-
dren, Candace and David, and
three cats, Bobbie, Bootsie and
Bhu.
Ifs easy to become a Road to
Recovery'volunteer. Healthy
adults with a safe, driving
record,' valid driver's license,
vehicle in good working-condi-
tion, proof of insurance and the
desire to help may enlist.'
Volunteers may work as little
as four hours a week or more if
they're able. There is never a
charge for any services offered
by the American Cancer
,Society. '. .
To learn about volunteering.
call the American Cancer
Society at 1-800-ACS-2345 or
Sarah Welsh at .(904) 204-7783.


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sPot office warns businesses



not to use mailboxes for free


The post office has notified a couple of
-dozen local businesses that they could be in
violation offederal law by using mailbox-
es for advertising without paying
postage. -
Federal law states, "Whoever
knowingly afd willfully deposits any i
mailabl matter such as statements
of accounts, circulars, sale bills, or t .
other like matter, on which no ii C


eral law to intentionally circumvent paying
postage in order to realize personal gain."
1The certified letters sent to violators
^ ~ from.the Fernandina Beach post
office note the fine could be in
excess.of $5,000.
lThe post office charges mail
advertisers $200 for an application,
' 7 fee, $200 for a permit fee and 27
cents per piece of mail delivered.


postage has been paid, in any letter Ni i.K Fernandina Beach has 17,052 possi-
box established, approved, or accepted -ble deliveries including post office
by the Postal Service for the receipt or boxes and mailboxes. -
delivery of mail matter on any mail route The certified letter was sent to sever-
with the intentto avoid payment of lawful al local restaurants, lawn care and pest control
postage thereon, shall for each offence'be fined services and other businesses that were sus-
under this title." pected of putting advertising circulars in mail-
Postal inspectors say "itfs a violation of fed- boxes without paying postage for them.


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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28.2013 NEWS News-Leader


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. in the City
Commission Chambers, 204 Ash Street Femrnandina Beach, Florida to consider the following applications:


ANNEXATION. FUTURE LAND USE. &
ZONING MAP CHANGES (PAB 2013-05)


VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION


OF 22.10


ACRES FROM NASSAU COUNTY INTO THE
CITY LIMITS OF FERNANDINA BEACH FOR
THE PROPERTIES IDENTIFIED AS 00-00-30-
S044B-0079-0000 AND 00-00-30-044B-0058-0000

. LOCATED ON BAILEY ROAD, ASSIGNMENT
SOF A. FUTURE LAND USE MAP DESIGNA-
"* TION FRoM NASSAU COUNTY MEDIUM
i. DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL TO FERNANDINA


BEACH MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL,
AND ZONING MAP CHANGE FROM NASSAU
COUNTY RS-2 TO FERNANDINA BEACH
RTM.-


ZONING MAP CHANGE


(PAB 2013-08)


A CHANGE OF ZONING REQUEST FOR0.011
ACRES (5000 SQ. FT) OF LAND IDENTIFIED
AS PARCEL 00-00-1800-0287-0140 LOCATED
AT 416 FIR STREET FROM I-1 (INDUSTRIAL)
ZONING TO R-2 (MEDIUM DENSITY RESI-
DENTIAL) ZONING.


WATER/ SEWER AGREEMENT


REQUEST


(PA B 2013-06) .v- *- . ..
REQUEST FOR: THE EXTENSION, F MUNjCI-'
PAL WATER AND SEWER SERVICES TO THE
PARCELS IDENTIFIED AS 00-00-30-044A-0025-
0030. 00-00-30-0740-0070Q0050, AND 00-00-30-
044A-0012-0010 LOCATED AT S. 14TH1 STREET
AND SEMINOLE ,AVENUE; THROUGH : AN
.AGREEMENT. TH.ATL A VUNTARY.ANNXA..

TION WILL OCCUR WHEN SUCH. PROPERTY
BECOMES CONTIGUOUS TO ,THE MUNICIPAL
. .. .. t. .. TT AV _XT,. I '. 1'-. I / I .';" "'


BOUNDARY..,

FUTURE LAND


USE AND ZONING


MAP


CHANGE (PAB 2013-07)
A FUTURE LAND USE AND ZONING CHANGE'
REQUEST FOR 1.60ACRES JDENTIFIEDAS PAR-
CEL 00-00-31-1800-0148-0020 LOCATED AT 629 S.
8TH STREET FROM MEDIUM DENSITY RESI-
DENTIAL LAND USE/ R-2 ZONING TO GENER-
AL CQMMhRCIAL LAND USE/C-2 ZONING.


Interested parties may appear at said hearing and be heard as to the advisability of any action, which may be considered. Any.
persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to participate in this program or activity should contact 3101'3115,
TTY 711, (TTY number for all City offices) or through the Florida Relay Service at 711 at least 24 hours in advance to request
such accommodation.
IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD/COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO-
ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH HEARING, S/HE WILL NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE
APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
Copies of the applications may be inspected in the office of the Community Development Department, City Hall, 204 Ash Street,
between the hours of 8:00 AM 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. For information on the application, -please contact the
Planning Department at 310-3135.
_____ .t___________ ___ _____________________


Oy o. F d B.a-S BAMEY ROAD
PM-9DM.- ANMEXATIONM LAND USELZONING CHANGE
X4& OC-o-30-0.-4&007O9-Oooa -00O-30-04484*5S8-


Ask about discounts for
things like low annual
mileage, being over a certain
age, good grades, vehicle
safety features or buying your
Homeowners or renters insur-
ance from the same company.
The best way to avoid traf-
fic violation-related rate
increases is to not break the
law in the first place. But if.
that.horse has already left the
barn, arm yourself with infor-
mation about coverage costs
and how you might be able.to
lower your rates.
Jason Alderman directs,
Visa's financial education pro-
grams.


Traffic


tickets up


insurance


premiums
JASON ALDERMAN
For the News-Leader.
We all know that sinking
feeling when you get pulled
over for a traffic violation. If
you're lucky, you might just
get a "fix-it" ticket for a bro-
ken taillight But what if it
was a more serious offense,*
like speeding or reckless driv-
ing? Depending on your driv-
ing record, you could get
slapped with a sizeable penal-
ty or even jail sentence -
and your insurance rates will
almost certainly go up.
Let's say you absentmind-
edly-ran through a stop sign
or made an illegal left-hand
turn. You'll probably know
right away how much the
ticket will cost, but it could
take months before your,
insurance company receives
notice of the infraction and
adjusts your premium.
If the suspense is killing
you, hnsurance.com has a
handy tool called the "Uh-Oh!
Calculator" that estimates the
average rate increases for the
14 most common traffic viola-
tions. And, if you enter your
age, ZIP code, residence type,
marital status, length of time
with your insurance carrier
and current premium, the cal-
culator will generate a more
,..ustomized estimate based on
-., 'your personal data.
Some of the average pre-
miurh increases are pretty
shocking:
S Reckless driving. 22 per-" .
Scent ,
SDUI first offense: 19 per-
cent
Driving without. license
or permit: 18 percent
-Careless driving: 16 per-
c e n t .- ,' ,- .
Speeding 30 mph over the
limit: 15 percent
Failure to stop: 15 percent
Improper turn: 14 percent,
Improper passing: 14 per-
cent
Following too close/tail-
gating: 13 percent,;,
,, Speedina 15 in 29mph ',il.
ovei limit 12 percent
::Speeding 1 to 14 mph over
limit: 11 percent
Failure to yield: 9 percent
If you plug in your person-
al data, the calculator will. tell
you how many points will be
added to your driving record
Super infraction, as Well as infor-
mation on the state's rules for
when driving privileges can
be suspended orrevoked.
Another company,
D)P MV org. features a 'Ticket
Fines.and Penalties" .tool that
provides an even more
detailed, state-by-state analysis
of what various infractions ,
can cost, procedures for pay-
ing or challenging your ,.
ticket, how points are calcu-
lated, how long it takes to .
clear infractions from, your
Record, links to local traffic
schools and much more.
So, assuming you're not.
going to challenge the ticket
in court, the damage has
been done and your insur-,
ance.rates will likely climb -
what can you do to lower your
premium? Here are a few tips:
Investigate whether
attending traffic school will
erase the ticket from your
record.
When your policy is up for
renewal, get rate quotes from
at least three carriers. Talk to
an insurance agent or use an
onijne comparison site -just
be -ware that not every carri-
er participates in these sites
and make sure you're com-
.paring apples to apples, since
.companies often package cov-
erage'differently.
Another reason to compar-
/.ison shop: Insurance compa-
!; nies calculate risk differently,
so particular traffic infrac-
tins might trigger varying
increases, depending on the
carrier.
increasing your
deductibles from $250 to
$1,000 might lower your pre-
mium by 15 to 30 percent.


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Seniors vs Crime
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Scam of the Week.



bad contractors


CHUCK SHEEHAN
Senior vs. Crime

We get many requests for
assistance from the citizens of
Nassau County involving auto-
mobile repairs, retail estab-,
lishments, etc., but by far the
most common / problem
involves contractors. Certainly
they are nbt all disreputable but
there are a few bad apples out
there. 'A recent case brought
to our office illustrates what
can happen whey you do .not
do your due diligence.
SJane Doe had some water
'damage in her home and need-
ed the' subsequent damage
repaired. Not realizing that this-.
damage was covered by-their
homeowners'minsurance policy
They got a quOte.for repairs.
When the contractor found out
they had insurance that would
'cover the loss they told Jane
they v would coordinate with the
insurance company and she
would not have to pay the
deductible. Bottom line: they.
billed. the insurance double
what.they originally quoted to
'Jane. In addition, the work was
shoddy, the house., s left dirty
and the workers were unpro-


fessional.
Had Jane spent 30 minutes
doing research on her com-
puter she would have found
that this company has a check-
.ered history and was the tar-
get of many complaints. Other
tips for dealing with contrac-
tors:
1. Get a detailed quote in
writing with an exact descrip-
tion of work to be done and a
timetable for completion.
2. Never give a contractor
the entire payment up front; put
20 percent down with interim
payment as work is completed.
Always hold back the.
final payment until your final,
approval.
3. Get references from past
. customers, copies of business
license, copy of insurance con-
tract,,etc. .. . .
Chuck Sheehan is office man-
ager of the local Seniors vs.
Crime office. Seniors vs. 'Crime
is a special project of the Florida
.Attorney General. Our objectives
oare to educate Floridians about
fraud and scams and assist them
if they. become victims We'are '
located in 'the FeirnandinaPolice
Department and can be reached
bytalling (277-7342, ext 3.


Stop atred lights
' -*' * ,'\ ; '' .. ; .

The Nassau County dart into the'road. Pedestria
Sheriff's Office renlinds' driv- .. should always stop,. look ai
ers about the dangers of ired-' listen before crossing an inti
light'running arid to reduce the section even if the pedestrian
nui'ib'erand severity of traffic- signal shows the walking ti
' crashes. '. .tue. ,. .u .tre
When approaching a sig-.- .Drivers should obey posted
nalized intersection you should speed limits and never try
always be prepared to stop on beat a light to save a few se
RED. o nds No family should have


After stopping, you' mayturn
right-on red only if the way is
clear of pedestrians, bicyclists
and motorists; and-there is no
sign posted that prohibits right
turns on red..
All drivers be aware of chil-.
dren wvnlkih t'6 and from bus'
stops. as i hey might not be pay-
; ing attention to you and could


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ttd
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an
ig-

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to-,
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suffer the loss of a loved one
. because of someone's desire to.
Seat a light:.
S Drivers., cydlists.and pedes-,.
trianis should reduce any dis-
tractions toconcentrate on the
road. Avoid talking on your cell.
"p hon ^rtA N MgStAA*TT
,and be aware of your .,sur-
roundings.:, .


POLICE REPORT


This was written by Angela
Daughtry of the News-Leader
from oral and written reports
by the Nassau County Sheriffs
Office, the City of Fernandina
Beach Police Department and
other agencies. Arrest indicates
suspicion of a crime, not guilt.
Anyone with information
about criminal activity can con-
tact the Fernandina Beach
Police Department at 277-7342
or the Nassau County Sheriffs
Office anonymously by calling
225-0147 in Yulee. or
Fernandina Beach, or 879-2136
in Callahan,. Hilliard or
Bryceville. The "We Tip" pro-.
gram 1-800-78CRIME also
allows callers to leave anony-
mous tips.


-Hoax'bomb arrest
A 29-year-old Yulee man
was arrested Aug. 14 for mak-
ing "hoax' bombs at his resi-
dence on Blackrock. Road,
according to the Nassau
County Sheriffs Office.
SActing on information from
a witness, the Fernandina
Beach Police Department con-
tacted Nassau County deputies
SAug. 14 regarding a "person in
possession of bombs," accord-
mingto a police report.
The witness told deputies
he had visited the home of,
Christopher Hartley Peeples,
29. of 96426 Blackrock Road,
SYulee, two weeks prior. "
',According to, Nassau
County Sheriff's Director of
.Patrol and Investigation Roy.
-Henderson, deputies respond-
ed to a report ofa man "build-
,ing homemade bombs and
threatening to use them against
people."..,, .-, .
-According to the report,
SPeeples allegedly showed the
witness two shoe. boxes cov-
"* ered in duct tape with bags of
nails and screws taped to the
outside and a cell phone taped
to the top. One of the boxes
also had a glass tube.with' liquid
Inside and cork' o topwith a
Snail going through it. A wire
was attached to the top of the
-* hail and would around the box,
Saccordingto the report '.'
Henderson said the sher-
iff's office obtained a search
warrant, contacted,' ,the
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
bomb squad for help, and
blocked, off the area around
,Peeples' home while the
JUbdmbs" were investigated.
SArea residents were asked to
stay in their homes during the


investigation.
According to the report,
police found a glass jar con-
taining liquid with bags of
screws attached to the outside,
and a cell phone taped to the
top. The jar had a wire through
the id and goinginto the liquid.
The device wvas "determined
to be inert," according to the
report
Peeples admitted to mak-
ing the glass-jar device, and
also to making the two box-
type devices and was arrested
for possessing a hoax bomb,
the report said.


Handgun threat
According to a Nassau
County Sheriffs Office report,
a Yulee man vas arrested Aug.
17'after pointing a handgun at,
a neighbor and threatening to
shoot him in a dispute over the
neighbor's dogs.
SDeputies questioned the
suspect, Edward. McCollum,
40, at his residence after a
report of an assault with a
firearm.
When asked about the alter-
cation, McCollum said a neigh-
bor's dog had been in his yard,
and that he had a handgun in
the glove box of his truck. An
officer noted there was a hand-
gun in a holster on the center
console ". "
After takingthe gun to a
safe place, deputies spoke with
McCollum who reportedly told.
them he had an ongoing dis-'
putewith his neighbor over the
neighbor's aggressive dogs,
and that he put the gun in his
right pocket when he Wentito.
Stalk to the neighbor about the.
issue. :" -
During the discussion, a'
large dog ran :toward him,
McCollumrn said, so hetookthe,,
gun out 'and pointed it at .the
dog, the report stated The dog, .
which w.as being held on a
leash by the vicijin, camewith-
in about two feet of him,
.M cCollum said. ':.I .
According to the victim,
SMcCollum was talking about
his .problem with 'the dogs:
When one of the leashed dogs
- approached him. McCollum
then took the giin out of his
pocket and aimed itat the dog,
which :_the neighbor said had
not gotten: near. enough to
touch McCollum, the report
stated. McCollum allegedly
, then aimed-itheguriiatthevic-
tim and said he would shoot
him if the problem continued.


The victim told deputies he was
in fear for his life during the
confrontation.
Awitness corroborated the
victim's story, and told deputies
she had seen McCollum pull a
gun out of his pocket, first
pointing it at the dog, then
pointing it at the victim, the
report stated.
McCollum was arrested for
assault with intent to commit a
felony.


Felonyarests
Tiffany Massey Reynolds,
28, Clarksville, Ga., Aug. 17,
Nassau County warrant, viola-
tion of probation, obstructing
or opposing a law enforcement
officer with violence.
Christian George
Dinkins, 30,508 South 18th St.,
Fernandina Beach, Aug. 17,
Nassau County warrant, aggra-
vated, battery.
Alisha Michelle Kirk-
patrick, 37, 1680" First Ave.,
Fernandina Beach, Aug. 17,
aggravated domestic battery
and Aug. 16, aggravated
domestic battery.
Edward Monroe McCol:
lum, 40,86014 Britt Lynn. Lane,
Yulee, Aug. 17, aggravated
assault ,
U Philip Wesley Gordon, 58,
37083 Testone Lane, Hilliard,
Aug.- 17, possession of con-:
trolled drugs without a pire-
scription, DUI alcohol or drugs,
first offense, driving while
license suspended, first
offense..
Ronald Blaine Stafford,
2,1, 37125. Testone ,Lane,
Hilliard, Aug 16, burglary of
hai unioccupied dwelling, crim-,
inal mischief.
William Christopher
Short, 30, 97161 Pirates Point
Road, Yulee. Aug 16. burglary
.of astiucture, grand theft
I Brian Keith Kingeiry, 37,
1105 South .13th St.,
Fernandina Beacd. Aug. 16,
Nas-sau County warrant, grand
theft auto.
.:*' Francisco Javier Moral-
es, 28, Orlando, Aug. 16. habit-


I

ual driving while license su
pended or revoked.
Christiia Ann Bell, 3
37357 Cody Circle, Hilliar
Aug. 16, Nassau Coun
capias/failure to appear, felon
battery by strangulation, po
session of anew or legend dr
without a prescription, leavi
the scene of an accident involj
ing property, driving- whi
license suspended or revokci
with knowledge.
Cameron Tyrell Moor,
33, Jacksonville, Aug. 1,
Nassau County warrant, viol -
tion of probation, driving whij
license suspended or revokeI.
Lisa'Margret Anderson,
48, 864,4 Jake Ca-lton Roal,
Yulee, Aug 16, Nassau Count
warrant, trafficking .in ox
codOne.
Casey Matthew Dean, ,
86141 Dicharia St.,Yulee, Au.
15, posessioi ofsynthetic mal
ijuana, driving wh'ie .licent
suspended or revoked,' j
William Chtistoph(
Short, 30, 97161 Phir"t Poit
.Road, Yulee, Aug.. ,1, "btai
ing property by false perso -
.ation. 1
Austin Eugene Nettle
26, 76028 Bird Lane, Yule
Aug. 15, aggravated.od,, est
battery, offenderkne'/whou
have known victhi prP.nant
*Travis Evans'A011,nath ,
26,85257 Airplane Lane. Yule
Aug. 14, cultivation hofniariju -
,na, : -..,,' y',
Eddie Dean Gore, 3
Fort Myers, Aug. i4,j uret
stop for inspection, habitu
traffic offender.
Paul Rayshawn- Tayl
34, 905 ,Calhoun St., Ferna-
dina Beach, Aug. 12, 'posse-
sion of cocaine, possession.
prescription drugs. withoutli
prescription, possession 4f
drug paraphernalia, driving
while license; suspended <;
revoked with kfiowledge.
S *11 Michael'Robert Halpri,
42,96107 Boardwalk Landini, ,
"Fernandina Beacb. Aug. 1
aggravated domestic batted '
on a pregnant person .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SNASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
SFileNo 13-CP-197
Division A
riflE 5T:E3iE'z,'4
S"NIIA c '.iGLL
D', .a-T e. J: -
.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T. '. he administration of.the
estate of ANITA C,.GILL
Deceased, whose date of
.death was April 7; 2033; .File
Number 13-CP-1 97, is pending
In the Circuit Court for Nassap
County, 'Florida. Probate
Dlvisior, the address of which
is 76347 '\terarsWayYulee,.F.
32097., .The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal
representatlve's.attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and persons having
claims or demands'against
decedent's estate, on whom
a copy -of this notice Is
required tobe served must file
their claims with this court
- WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demdads
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this
courtWITHIN 3 MONTHSAFTER
THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILEDWITH-
INTHE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CQDE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTW1THSTANDINGTHE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS
OR MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice Is August 28, 2013.
Janet A. Carver. -
SAttorney for-Personal
Representative
Email: janco96@aol.com
Florida Bar No. 193593
Carver Law Firm
1550 'Nectarine Street
Suite 111
Fempndlna Beacht FL 32034
Telephone: (904) 572-0088
Fax-(904)432-8004
George B. Crumrine
Personal Representative
2793 Ocean Oaks Drive
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
2t 08-28-2013 & 09-04-2013
1714
REZONING NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on Tuesday, the 17th day
of September 2013, at7:00 PM.
the Planning and Zoning
Board of Nassau County will
hola a public hearing at the
Commission Chambers, James
S. Page Governmental
Complex, 96135 Nassau Place.
Yulee, Florida 32097 to consid-
er application No:R13-009 for
rezoning. Also, be' It known
that on Monday, the 14th of
day of October 2013, at 7:00
PRM., the Board of County
Commissioners of Nassau
County wll hold a public hear-
ing on the sola application for
Rezoning No. R13-009. at the
Commssien Chambers. James
S. Page Complex location
concerning the following
oescriped property in Nassau


Cour,',
Localior, for l he aoove
a'."rio6a properTy is
So-'JTihs'iao Of Amellia
Concourse aoproxima-ely
1.500 te6l wei; of Co.ur.ty
o.3ao 107
i I,? -CO9 propo'es to rezori
Approximately 62.79 acres
From Residential, Single Family
. 2 (RS-2) and Open Rural (OR)
to'- Planned Unit Development
(PUD),,the Harbor Concourse
P U D "
SThis application Is filed by:
Amelia Develbpment, LLC arid
Cal 'South Concourse, LLC,
owners, and Gillette and
Associates Inc.. agent:
All interested parties are
Invited to attend the public
hearings and to be heard.
SCopies of the Application and
supporting Information are
available for Inspection In the
Office of the Nassau County '
Growth Management Deport-
ment, 96161 Nassau Place,
Yulee, FL 32097. Comments
may clso be directed In writing
to the Growth Management
Department, emailed to aogre-,
gory@nassaucountyfl.com. or
received by telephone at.
'(904)491-7328. All comments
will become a part of the '
record In this matter.
This hearing will be con-
ducted as a quasi-Judicial
Shearing.
Persons with disabilities
requiring accommodations In
order to participate In this pro-
gram or activity should con- .
tactilhe Growth Management
Department (904) 491-7328, or
Florida Relay Service (1-800-
955-8771) at least twenty-four
(24) hours In advance to
request such accommoda-
tion.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE
PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A
PERSON WISHES TO APPEAL
ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
' BOARD, AGENCY OR COM-
MISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY
MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH
MEETING OR HEARING. HE WILL
NEED A RECORD OFTHE PRO-
CEEDINGS AND FOR THAT PUR-
POSE. MAY NEED TOENSURE
THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE.
WHICH RECORD INCLUDESTHE
TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE
UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS
TO BE BASED.
The Planning and Zoning
Board may continue hearing
on this matter.,
PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF NASSAU COUNTY
FLORIDA
/s/ Thomas Ford
Its: Chailrman
2t 08-28-2013 & 09/04/2013
1708.
PUBUC NOTICE OF INTENT TO
ISSUE AIRPERMIT
Florida Department of
Environrimental Protection
Northeast Distct Office
Waste and Air Resource
Management Program
Draft Air Permit
No.08900 0340-AC
RockTenn CR LLC
Nassau County, RFlo'rida,
Applicant: The applicant for
this project Is RockTenn CFLLC.
The applicant's authorized
representative and mailing
address Is: Mr. Allen Sanders,
General Manager, RockTenn
'CR LLC, North 8th St..
Femnand!na Beach, Florida
32034.


Facilny Loc.:.ain R..:clernri
CP LLC ooeratc., inc eIi,9.irg,
Feranaira B3each.1 mill iricn
is icc.feoa or. 8in I
Ferianalr.i-a Beacr. Fioiaa
32034
Proleci rockTli-,r.r, C'LLC
P1ropo6i tqlreplace Inc i.-
i.-g coal ct'u.,'i ir. 11"-, Coal
Hanaiing iTileT ilth an uri
of the SaTe iZe I-he T lacillt, s
also ,ea.,9oirvg i.-irj, cV-Org-Ei
10 Inh auSf' Cu pr'iio. ,rr.m
. requirements applicable to
the'Coal Handling System to
'-flec l tht cu. enl ,,'l '.up.
oresior, iDoce;r-' in .,e lac-ir.
-y air operaior. peiTrf Tr-'
project Is nbt. lntended.'to
Increase the production'
capacity of the CoalHandlIng
System or the No. 7 Power
Boiler.
Pursuant to Rule 62-212.400,
EA.C,, RockTenn CR LLC pro-
vided Information to show that
the project will not exceed the
significant emissions rates that
require preconstructilon review
forthe Prevention of SIgnflicant
Deterioration (PSD) of Air
Quality:
Permitting Authority: Applica-
tions for Oir construction per-
mits are subject to review In
accordance with the provi-
sions of Chapter 403, Florida
Statutes (F.S.) and Chapters
62-4,62-210. and 62-212 of the
Florida Administrative Code
(F.A.C.). The proposed project
Is not exempt from air permit-"
ting requirements and an air
permit is required to.perform
the proposed work. The
Department of Environmental
Protection. Northeast Dlsfrlct
Offlcel Waste and Air Resource
Management Program Is the '
PermItring Authority responsi-
ble for making a permit deter-
rrination for this project. The
Permitting Aultority's physical
and mailing address Is: 8800
Baymeadows Way West. Suite
100,Jacksonvfe, FL32256. The
Per~mltting Authority's tele-
phone number Is 904/256-
1700.
Project File: A complete
project fie Is available for pub-
lic Inspection during the nor-
mal business hours of 8:00 am.
to 5:00 p.m.. Monday through
Friday (except legal holidays).
at address Indicated above
for the Permitting Authority The
complete project fie Includes
the Draft Permit, the Technical
Evaluation and Preliminary
Determination, the applica-
tion. and the information sub-
miled by the applicaOnt exclu-
sIve of confidential records
under Section 403.111, F.S.
Interested persons may con-
tact the Permitting Authority's
project review engineer for
additional information at the
address or phone number list-
ed above. In addition, elec-
tronic copies ofilhese docu-
ments are available on the
following web site:
http://www.dep.state.fl.us/air/
emisston/apds/default.asp.
Notice of Intent to Issue Air
Permit: The Permitting
Authority gives notice of its
Intent to Issue an air construc-
tkon permit to the applicant
for the project described
above. The applicant has pro-
vIded reasonable assurance
that operation of proposed
equipment wi not adversely
impact olrqualy and that the
project will comply with all
appropriate provisions of


Cr-.aDrcI:62-t 2.2OI 62-210
Q2-12 62-296 ar.a 0,2.2,7
FA C Trie Pei.rririg Ah.iionty
will lt.ue a Final P .r,' r. ir,
Occoror,ce rir' lhc :or.ai-.
lion or Ihe por.:,i.n:O Dixn
Pernritll urnles .3 flmrir, iliT.ln
lor 3r. w ilir.i ',tTail .e i-io, irng i:
, liia.I ,J,-. e' u.e riicor' i205 '
and 120.57, ES. or unless pub-
, 'lic. comment. received In'
' accordance with this notice
r.i.,ir' in o aditereril a.Cil.ir.
Sor a, significant change of
Storms or conditions:.
C iiments: The Permitting
Authority will accept written
comments concerning the
proposed Draft Permit for a
period of 14 days from.the
date of publication of the
Public Notice. Written com-
rnents must. be..recelved by
the Permitting Authority by
dose of business (5:00 p.m.)
on or before, the end of this
14-day period. If written comr
ments received resultin a sig-
nificant change to the Draft
SPermit, the Permitting Authority
shall,,rev[se the Draft Permit
and require; If applicable.
ariother Public. Notice. All-
comments filed will be made
available for public Inspection.
Petitions A person whose
substantial interests areaiffect-
ed by the proposed permit-
ting decision may petition for
On administrative hearing in
accordance with Sections
120.569 and 120.57, ES. The
petition must. contain the Infor-
mation set forth below and
must belled with (received
by) theDeportment's Agency
Clerk In theOffice of General
Counsel of the Department of
Environmental Protection at
3900 Commonwealth
Boulevard, Mall Station' #35,
Tdaltahassee. Florida 32399-3000-
(Telephone: 850/245-2242).
Petitions filed by any persons
other than those entitled to
written notice under Section
120.60(3 ES. must be fled with-
in 14 days of publication of
this Public Notice or receipt of
a written notice, whichever
occurs first. Under Section
120.60(3), F.S., however, any
person who asked the
Permitting Authority for notice
of agency action may file a
petition within 14 days of
recept of that notice, regard-
less of the.date of publication.
A petitioner shall mal a copy
of the. petition to the appli-
cant at the address indicat-
ed above, atthe time of fling.
The faIure of any person to fie
a petition within the aporopn-
ate time period shall consti-
tute a waiver of that person's
right to request an adminis-
trative determination (hear-
ing)'under Sections 120.569
and 120.57. ES., or to intervene
in thls proceeding and parlic-
ipate as a party to it. Any sub-
sequent intervention (in a pro-
ceeding Initiated by another
party) will be only at the
approval of the presiding offi-
cer upon the filing of a motion
in compliance with Rule 28-
106.205. FAC.
A petition that disputes the
material facts on which the
Permitting Authority's action is
based must contan the fol-
lowing information: (a) The.
name and address of each
agency affected and each
agency's file or identification
number, if known; (b) The
name. address and telephone


rnJmoer ol the oeillc.ncr. -e
narrme aaaress rana telephone
r.jmrerl o dthe peh1onir's reOp-
,ic.&nl.Tive 1 aonry ich sallI
Ie., ii're ,* 'r s- n tr service u'r-
c C'ur ng course oft-"e,
piocOirg ,nq ar, exr..A6,r,-a
ion OnT r ,c1 t-e erTiliorie,.r
. .Cal,.il, i rights wli w eatlec:i.
-,j o, r.',e agaeri,,- j jerT,Troi.
Sicr, (.: rlailrr,-r. ol fier,.
.or.3 r.c,. ri-c pe tiii.-'rra-r
a-_ ;.:r. i r r p.l 'oa o ci.i.:r,
i(a) .1 r Ii .l li airpusie
IrilJu : Or irT ',IH I ,1.:1 I n t r .E
i i' t.m 3 E,.r th-e o litlo.,- ,Tj;I C-
.'M1,i 1tj i ,o,-,.t",e n.cl,=re,-r,I
*:1 sclr.mssirri~a.cr..-raiiegea
inci'joir.,3n.J ',e pe>:n ticr 111-tn
petitioner contends warrant
reje6frsa ci rrnGaiincatrr',or' l 'ir
c.:le,',ci :,r.:,od .a acrorL (0
, A iileiiTeril oi tne :oIciric
rfi- a or' ssaule': r .- oeiTiCc.r,.,
cor,iier.ao requiic reveriai 0o *
modification of the agency's
proposed action Including an
explanation of ho6w the
dieged facts relate to the spe-
cific rules or statutes; and, (g)
A statement. of the relief
sought by the petitioner, stat-
I ng precisely the action the.
petitioner wishesthe agency
to tpke with respect to the
agency's proposed action. A
petition that does not dispute
the material facts upon which
the 'Permitting Authority's
action Is based shal state that
no such facts are In dispute
,and otherwise shall contain
the same. information as set
forth above, a* required by
Rule 28-106,301. FrA.C.
Because the administrative
hearing process is designed
to formulate final agency
action, the fling of a petition
means that the Permitting
Authority's find action may be
different from the position
talon by it in this Public Notice
of Intent to Issue Air Permit.
Persons whose substantial
Interests will be affected by
any such final decision of the
Permitting Authority on the
application have the right to
petition to become a party to
the proceeding.' in accor-
dance with the requirements
set forth above.
Mediation: Mediation is
not available for this pro-
ceeding.
It 08-28-2013
1706
IN THECIRCUIT COURT
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2013-CP-000178
PROBATE DIVISION: B
IN RE: ESTATE OF.
EVELYN PAGE NANTZ,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The aomrlnistration of the
estate of EVEIYN.AGE NANTZ
deceased, whose date of
death was July 3. 2013. Fle
Number 2013-CP-000178. is
pending in the Circut Court
for Nassau Coury, RoFloda
Probate Division. the address
of which is Nassau County
Courthouse. 76347 Veteran's
Way, Yulee. FL 32097. The
Snakes and addresses of the
persorind representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-.
dent'and other oersos hav-
ing dcrms or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a


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OF THE FIRUi Pi.bUCATI'r:I CF ielecr-.ore (904) 261 -611 i personsr r, .r,eo or a oec
nii' OhiCE p1rimaanieiIs@pellsoulh r.e accorTmooa O3ior i.:, pri,
ALLCLA.IMS NOTiFlID WILL BARBiAPA L WHITE pate in third pid6-e.ir.rg :r,(
BE FOREVER BARRED : Persor-ad Represenative wirnin sever. (7) o-3,r piic.
SrIC.TWITHSTArNDING rilE TIME 2728 Eartwira Drive o an,, proceedirg. c0rc.- II
PERICODS SET FORTH ABOvE Fernor ani. a Beach FL. 203 AOTirnidia011- Cluce l CIil
AN/ CLAIJIM FILED rwO (2) 21t0.28-20i3& 09.04-20i3 'CoJurn Nal.aj Cojr
\ E"rs OR .iOrD E AFRER IHE '1712, Courlr..:,u.-e 763J, '.eler.or
SCECEDEr i: DAIE OF DE 4TH- --"--" . Wa 4 11vi 4:u ,'4;, Fule L-ry.
IS BARRED. ." IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE teieph.-re(9CW) 5.3-4 r Ir
SThedate61 r',ehtirr puyii FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1- 80095.,8770 ..a FIl,.s
caior.or, r ri,, noice i; Aug'j;n IN AND FOR NASSAU ,' Reia/ .r'jice"
'rh '2013r COUNTY. FLORIDA. 2 08-28-201 i & O.-04.-201
Cheryl Shanafelt. ' CIVILACTION "1713
Co-Personal Representative CASE NO.: 45-2012-CA- -----
.11673 Woodstream Road .; :. 000520 INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOI
'Jacksonvilfe; FL 32220 BANK OF AMERICA. N.A.. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORID/
James V.Nantz Plaintiff PROBATE DIVISION
Co-Personal Representative'' vs. 'v '. F119i No. 13-CP-000209
542127, Lem Turner Road ... CECEIUA'M. LEE et'L 2 '" ,' .r' DIlAsdot'Probate
Cdallahan. EL32011 Defendant(s), , .IN.RE: ESTATE OF ..
2t08-24-2013 &09-04-2013 1 NOTICE OF SALE J WALLACELEE DErJHtZ.. -
1711 'Notice Isherebygiventhat, Deceo'e,.'
----- pursuant to a Find Judgmernt. NOTICT 10 CREDIO,',PS
SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ofForeclosurorOrderdated',cTh'e aarislralion aor i
FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT, IN August. 22r, 2013, entered in err:i.ae Col Waiiace L
AND.FOR NASSAU Civil .Case Number 45-2012- Denham oeceied eho
SCOUNTY, FLORIDA CA-000520. In the CircuitCourt aorie of aeoir. Nao .Jure I
EASENO.: 2013-CP-1256 for Nassau CouLnty, Florida ,j 2013 ana whose social "ec
DIVISION:A :wherein BANK OF AMERICA, rr,. r..,et is ""-.'85
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF N.A, Is the Plaintiff and CECEIL- p.er.aing r ir. C..cu.i Crc.
PATRICIA LOUISE IKUTI, IA M. LEE, et al, are the. foi Nh.asiau.Cou.-',. Flric
also lnown as Defendants, I wil sellthe prop- Prooate Divsior n the aaart
PATRICIA L KUTI, ierr iTuara ir. a r*m'j Couriit. wo whichh is 7634i ,ete*c
Deceased. o.aoa aicioea as Way VYulee f6ii 320';'7 Ii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Lot 1, RIVERWOOD ESTATES. names and addresses oqf tl
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING according to the plat thereof Personal Representative ai
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS recorded In Plat Book'5, page the Personal Representativi
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:., 292 of the public records o f attorneys are set forth belo
The admlnistratlon;pf the Nassau County. Florida All creditors of tl
estate of PATRICIA LOUISE KUTI ALSO: becedent and persons hIc
alsoknown'as PATRICIALKUTIk Allthat certain pinch, par-, Ing dams or demands agli
deceased, whose date of cel or tract of land lying and De'edent's Estate, on whorrt
death was February 16,2013, being situate in Section 30, copy of this notice Is require
File Number 2013-CP-125, Is Lewis Balley Grant Township3 to be served must file th
pending in the Circuit Court North, Range 23 East, Nassau claims with-this Court WITH
1 for Nassau County; Florida, .County, Florida Also'being a .THELATEROF 3 MONTHSAFT
Probate Division, the address portion of Lot.27. according THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUB
of which is 76347 Veterans to'plat recorded In Plat Book CATIONOFTHISNOTICE OR
" WayYulee, FLThe names and '0', page 14, of the current DAYS AFTER-THE DATE OF SE
addresses of the personal rp- public records of Nassau VICE' OF A COPY OF TF
resentative and the persbndal County, Florida, being more NOTICE ON THEM.
representative's attorney are particularly described as fol- All'other-credItors of tl
set forth below, lows: decedent and other persc
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE POINT OF BEGINNING Is the having claims or demand
NOTIFIEDTHAT: Northwest corer of Lot 1 against decedent's estc
All creditors of the dece- Riverwood Estate according must file their dclms with t
dent and other persons hay- to plat thereof recorded n Plat court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFT
ngrdaims or dermandsagainst Book 5. page 292 if the cur- THE DATE OF FIRST PUBUC
decedent's estate on whom a rent public records of said TION OF THIS NOTICE.
copy of this notice is served Nassau County; thence pro- ALLCLAIMS NQT FILED WI1
within three months after the deed South 89 degrees 37 INTHETIME'PERIODSSETFOR
date of flrst publication of this minutes41 seconds West a dis- IN SECTION 733.702 OF T
notice must file their doims tance of 103.45 feet thence FLORIDA PROBATE CODE W
with this Court WITHIN THE South 13 degrees 21 minutes BE FOREVER BARRED.
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS 52 seconds West.- a distance NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE Tit
ArFER THE DATE OF THE FIRST of 185.60 feet to a point on PERIODSET FORTHABOVEAl
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE the South line of sad Section CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEA
ORTHIRTY(30)DAYSAFTERTHE 39.adistanceof204.78 feetto OR MORE AFTER THE DEC
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY the Southwest corner of said DENT'S DATE OF DEATH
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. Lot 1 Riverwood Estate; thence BARRED ,. .
All other creditors of the North 13 degrees 21 minutes "Theadefo'frstpubl catrbn
decedent and persons hov- '52 seconds East along the thn. notice .s Auguss 28'201
ingddmsor demands ogonst Westerly line of said Lot 1. a Attlorrney for 'Pe'sond
the estate of the decedent distance of 180.28 feet to the Representative. -' ,
.rrmust file their claims with this PbjINT OF BEGINNING. CHRISTINE M. JONES, Esur(
court WITHIN THREE '(3) TOGETHER WITH Florida Bar No. 0084370
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF 1990 MOBILE HOMEVINtS. Johh.- o 'andJohnsoAi:
THE FIRST PUBULICATIONOFTHIS HML2F28252245144A AND. Atlorrevs a L ,Ur. P.
NOTICE HML2F28252245144B. 9810.3c,oo, ,i.-c,,ii.
ALLCLAIMSANDDEMANDS at public sale. to the high- Di e. Si-te A
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV- est and best bidder, for cash. Jacirsonjile Ro aa 32-1'
ER BARRED. at Main Entrance. Nassau Pt-.orc, (90J) 73-.5930,
NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME County, JudicidAnnex. 76347 Fax (QJ04) 77W,966 '',
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE. VeteransWayYulee. FL32097 E-rrail ciorerijohr-o'r'Irj,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) at 11:30 AM. on the 3rdh .day lonrsonpoaco "
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE of December. 2013. Any per- CALVIN K. DENHAM
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH son dalming an Interest in the 312 Russell Avenue
IS BARRED. surplus from the sale, if any. Jacksonville. Florida 32218
FRST DATE OF PUBULICATION OF other that the property owner 2t 08-28-2013 and 09-04-20'
THIS NOTICE IS: AUGUST 28, as 6f the date of the is pen- 1715
2013. denrs must fie a dalrm within 60 CALL 261-3696 FOR EARLY
DANIELS. BRIM days after the sale. DEADUNE INFORMATION F(
Attorney for Personal Dated: August 22 2013 THEiSEPTEMBER4TH ISSUE


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CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR Public Records of Nassau UNDA SHEARIN AK/A UNDA must fite their claims with this copy of this notice is served aforementioned unknown SECTION 6; THENCE SOUTH 88 CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA County. Rorida ) GAY SHEARIN A/K/A UNDA G. Court WITHIN THE LATER OF must fite their claims with this Defendants and such of the DEGREES 44'02"WESTlALONG THROUGH. UNDER, OR
PROBATE DIVISION together with all existing or SHEARIN A/K/A UNDA GAY THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE court WITHIN THE LATER OF aforementioned unknown THE SOUTH UNE OF SAID SEC- AGAINST EVIE JANE CLARK
CASE NO: 2013-CP.-000199 subsequently erected or WINGATE A/K/A UNDA G. OF RRST PUBLICATION OF THIS THREE MONTHS AFTERTHE DATE Defendant(s) as may be TION 6. A DISTANCE OF 19.48 A/K/A EVIE J. CLARK.
DIVISlON;A_ affixed buildings, improve- WINGATE A/K/A UNDA NOTICE ORTHIRTY DAYS AFTER OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF infants, incompetents or oth- FEET TO A POINT HEREINAFTER DECEASED
INRE:ESTATEOFGERALDINES. ments.fixtures (collectively. the WINGATE et.al. THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS erwise not sui juries. REFERRED TO AS REFERENCE LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
NORRIS, *Preperty). Defendant(s). COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED POINT'A* RETURN TO POINT OF UNKNOWN
Deceased. Any person claiming an NOTICE OF THEM. A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON that an action has been corn- BEGINNING; THENCE NORTH CURRENT ADDRESS:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS interest in the surplus from the FORECLOSURESALE AD other creditors of the THEM. minced to foreclose a mort- 00 DEGREES 50' 31" WEST. UNKNOWN
The administrators of the sale, if any, oth6r than the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN decedent and persons hav- AN other creditors of the gage on the following real ALONG THE EAST UNE OF THE ANYANDALLUtwPOWNFAR-
:estate of GERALDINE S. NOR- property owner as of the date pursuant to a Final Judgment ing daims pr demarns against decedent and persons hav- property, lyng and being and SQUTHWEST ONE-QRTER (SW TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH.
RIS, deceasedl whose date of of the Us Pendens, must file a of Fofedosure dated August the decedent's estate must ing claims or demands ogdst situated in NASSAU County 1/4) OF THE SOUTHWEST ONE- UNDER. AND AGAINST THE
dealhwasJuly9,2013.ispend- caim within 60 days after the 8. 2013 and entered in filetheir lalmswiththis Court the decedent's estate must Florida, more particularly QUARTER (SW 1/4) SAID SEC- HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL"
Ing in the Circuit Court for sale. 13CA000056AXYX of the WITHIN.THREE MONTHS AFTER file their daims with this court described as follows: TION 6. A DISTANCE OF 22,30 DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
Nassou County, Florida. DATED on August 8,2bl 3. Circuit Court of the Fourth THE DATE OF FIRST PUBUCA- WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE LOT 15, BELLS RIVER ESTATES FEET; THENCE SOUTH 40 KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE.
Probate Dividon the address of JOHN A. CRAWFORD Judicial Circuit. in and for TION OF THIS NOTICE DAIEOFTHEFIRSTPUBUCIATION PHASE ONE ACCORDING-TO DEGREES 54" 40" EAST A DIS- WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
which is 76347 Veteran's Way. Clerk of Circuit Court Nassau County, Florida where- ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH- OFTHtSNOrCEC TIHE PLATTHEREOF AS RECORD- TANCE OF 50 FEET MORE OR PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
."Yulee, Florida 32097.The names By: Is/Tracy Poore in. DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL INTHETIME PERIODSSET FORTH ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED ED IN PLAT BOOK 7. PAGE(S) LESSTOINTERSECTTHE NORTH- ESTASSPOU6SE.HEIRS,)EVISEES.
and-addresses of the person- Deputy Clerk TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET 90 THROUGH 92, INCLUSIVE OF WESTERLY RIGHT 6F WAY OF GRANTEES, OR OTHER
al representative and the per- Published in The Fernandna- FOR ABFC 2005-AQI TRUST. R-ORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS- ROWE AVENUE (A 30 FOOT CLAIMANTS
sonal representatives attor- Beach News-Leader. ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, BE FOREVER BARRED. THE FLORIDA STATUTES WILL BE SAU COUNTY FLORIDA. RIGHT OF WAY BY USAGE PER LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
.neycare set forth below. 08-21-2013 and 08-28-2013 SERIES 2005-AQ1. is the Plaintiff NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME FOREVER BARRED. COMMONLY KNOWN AS: NASSAU COUNTY ROAD UNKNOWN
f- Ifyou have been served ,Copies furnished to: and UNDA SHEARIN A/K/A PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME 87006 KIP LANEYULEE.FL 32097 DEPARTMENT ; THENCE SOUTH- CURRENT ADDRESS:
.with a copy of this notice and Parties Flisted on the Service List UNDA GAY SHEARIN A/K/A ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE. This action has been filed WESTERLY ALONG SAID UNKNOWN
you. have any claim, or 'SERVICE LIST LINDA G. SHEARIN AK/A LINDA YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) against you and you are NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF YOU ARE NOCFED that an
demand against decedent's Lawrence RRochefort, Esquirer GAY WINGATE AIK/A UNDA G. DECEDENTS DATE OF DATE IS YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE required to serve a copy of WAY UNE AND ALONG THE action for foreclose a mort-
estate, even if that, claim is Jeffrey B. Pertnoy, Esquire .WINGATE A/K/A UNDA BARRED. DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH your written defense, if any, ARC OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT, goge on the fogo\wnoL prop-
unrmatured.i contingent or AKERMANSENTERFiTT WINGATE; CAPITAL ONE BANK The date of first Publication of ISBARRED. such Morris Hardwick 30 FEET MORE OR LESS TO A erty in NASSAU Counly Forida
Sur-lquidated, you mustfle your 222 Lakeview Avenue, (USA), NATIONAL ASSOCIA- it*s Notice is August 21st, 2013. The date of first publication of Schneider, LLC. Attorneys for POINTWHICHBEARSSOCrTH40 LOTTHIRTEEN (13). IN BLOCK
claim.whih the court ON OR Suite 400 TION: CHEMICAL BANK: Attorney for Personal this notice is August 21.2013. Plaintiff, whose address is65110 DEGREES 54' 40" EAST FROM EIGHT (8),UNITSIX(6) OFOAK-
BEFORE THE LATER OF A DATE West Palm Beach, UNKNOWN TENANTS) are the Representative: Attorney for Personal ',Eisenhower Blvd. Suite, 120,. REFERENCE POINTA" THENCE LAWN PARK, ACCORDING TO
THAT IS 3 MONTHS AFTER THE Florida 33401 Defendant(s). John Crawford C. Randolph'doleman -Representative: Tampa, FL 33634 within thirty NORTH 40 DEGREES 54' 40' THE PLATTHEREOF RECORDED
FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS .-Telephone: 561-653-5000 as:theClerk of the'Circult Attorney for Ealna Hill H. Price Poee, Jr., Esquire (30) days of the first publcation WEST A DISTANCE OF 50 FEET IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 40, PUB-
NOTICE OR30 DAYSAFTERYOU iFcsimile: 561-659-6313 Court will sell to the highest Florida Bar Number. 261912 Florida Bar No. 0157674 and file the original with the MORE OR LESS TO REFERENCE UC RECORDS OF NASSAU'
RECEIVE A COPY OF'.THIS :Primary Emarl: and best bidder for cash Front The Coleman Law Firm. PLLC 303 Centre Street. Suite 200 cderkof this Court either before POINT'A" COUNTY FLORIDA,
.NOTICE. lawrence.rcchefortig Entrance, Nassau Judicial 10161 N, Centurion Parkway, FernihanBeach. FL 32034 service on Plaintiff's attorney or Street Address 3284 ROWE has been fled against you
All other creditors of fhid alkeman.com Annex 76347 Veterans Way, Suite310. Telephone: (904) 261-0742 immediately there after; oth- AVENUE, BRYCEVILLF, FLORIDA nrd you are required to serve
decedent and other person P.rimary Emal;h jeffrey.pertnoy Yulee, FL at. 11:30 AM on Jacksonville, Florida 32256 Person Giving Notice: .erwise a default will 'be -32009 acopyofyourwrittendefens-
.who have clams or demands @akerman.com October25,2013,thefollowing Telephone: (904) 448-1969 JESSE M. KELLEY' entered against you for the has been fled against you es within 30 days after the fArst
"'against:decedent's estate. Secondary Emal: bordle.red- describedpropertyassetforth Fax:(904)448-5244 15 Campbell Ave ,relief demanded In the" and you are required to serve publicalion if any, onfRo ald R
*Inc-luding Unmatured, confin-.' dlng@akerrmnn.com .insdRnald Judgment, to wit E-Mail: .- Claiom PA 16214 ." Complaint. a copy of your written defens- Wolfe & Asciates, PRL.,Ra~inf
.gent or unliquidated claims, Secondary Email: martialkoe- TRACT 41, BLOCK 8, LOFTON MBraqewell@TheColeman.. '2t08-21-28-2013 WITNESS my hand and sead *es, if any-to it, on Moskowitz,. affrneywhosetaddressi4919
must file their calms with the sen@akerman.com BLUFF. UNIT THREE ACCORID LawFirm.net 1696 of this Court on the I 5th day of Mandei Salim&Simowiz PA., -Memorial Highway, Suite 200
*'court ON OR BEFORE THE DATE :Cpansel for Plaintiff TD Bank" ING TO THE PLAT, THEREOF Secondary E-Mall: ..-...... August-,2013. whose address is 800 Tampa. Florida 34, and fle
.'THAP IS'3 MONTHS AFTER THE NationalAssoclatlon. RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4, rcoleman~fhecoleman NOTICE OF SALE-- John A. Crawford Corporate D"vSuite500, Fort the original with this Court
.FIRST 'PUBUCATION OF THIS Pamela S.McClellan PAGE 108 OF THE, PUBLIC, lawfirm.net' NOTICE IS.HEREBY GIVEN that Clerk ofthe Circuit Court" Lauderdale, FLORIDA 33334on either before service on
"NOTICE OR 30 DAYSAFTER YOU: John B.McClellan RECORDS OF NASSAU COUNm Persohal Representative: the undersigned intends to sell By. /s/ Megan Sawyer or before September 27,2013, Plaintffrsl attorney or immedi-
RECEIVE A.COPY OF THIS JohrBrandonMcClellarn -TY FLORIDA, AND THAT CERTAIN EldnaHill l the .-personal property Deputy Clerk' a date which is within thirty atety thereafter; otherwise a
-NOTICE. f 86015, Courtney Isles Way 1993 DESTINY DOUBLE-WIDE -721 Fruit Cove Forest Rd.W. described below atpublicsde ,'..AMER6ANS WITH DISABIU- (3o) days after the first publl- dealt wll be entered against,
:.'1 ALL'CLAIMS rPfr so FILED #10205 .,: .. .. -' ': -MOBIL1'HOMEWITHVIN NUM-, Ja-:k:,or-mile Fioiaa 32240 by competitive bidding on TIES ACT. IF YOU ARE A PERSON cation of this Notice in THE you for the relief demanded
'WITHIN THE TIME PfRIOD SETI, Yulee, FL 32097 D i BERs036S47AND 036347B. 2i08.21.26-2'l3 Friday'the30tt day/ofAugust, "WITH A PERSON WITH A DIS-. NEWS LEADER 'and fie the orig- in the Compliant or petition.
FORTH IN SECTION 733J702 OF 2tu80-21-28-2013 ". .. Any person ciaihngan. 693 2013at1 0.00'amrontheprem- ABIUTY, WHO NEEDS ANY inal with the Clerk ofthis Court This notice shall be pub-
.. "THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE A1688 .i'-s i iteesin Ht-he surplus from th. ----- Ises where said.property-has ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER' either before service on .ished once eachweekfortwo
,WILL BE FOREVER BARRED .V. .-- .--ol- it any ott',$r cian me' NOTICE'OFSALE been stored- and which are. TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS.PRO- Pictr.hit.: attorre ofor mmehdi- consecutive weeks in the
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE p-ci:-3rty ownr, as cl the dare. Pursuant to Cnopler 63 ',. Iccoiaa .:it Bridgeqi-?% Sel" CEEDi-G. vOJ ARE ENTITLED" aiely, tereatiofier oti.erwi6e ao Femandinra Beach News
.PERIODS SET FORTH AE0..E. FOURTH JUISICIAL CIRCUIT of the is ptendes must fie a Par IV i',tora ge 47J A.1 Ea Cfale 'AT 14 COST TO tOU TO IME c dlraurtwillboenrere- ag crns Leoaer "
ANY CLAINI FILED TWO (2) OFflORIDA .claim within 60 days after the Notice Is given pursuant to Pr. d 200 l:emar-,dc.na Beach PR(2.or.s %-F CER[Air IAIS.S- o.u for the relief derrmred WITNESS my hand and the
YEARS OR MORE AFRER iHE IN.AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY sale. .Self Storage, Faclit'Act, Florida FL 32034 Nassau County the TANCE: PLEASE CONTACT THE -n We. corr-ploi.ni sed of I"s Court on this 20th
FDECEDErIT'S DATE OF DEATH G .GNERAL JURISDICTION Dated this 8day of August; Statues, Chapter 83, Part IV., ,fo1owlnqg:- -.-...... ....... ... ADA COORDINATOR FOR THE 1. If youcare a person with a day of August, 2013.
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COUNTY. FLORIDA err, a.i=,.rlb6.d c loilvc.v. to criinrp.'&col net VALERIE M P LATT er ti .of.- at,,3 3:,,t.e r-. t:--m, ecrr. 3: f-cuor"s 1,','C. 3 ------ -- BID NO. NC13-038
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; JOHN B MCCLELL\r.11 IHE PuBUC REC'RDiCF tS- COUNTY. FLORIDA enieredaItCi, CaseriuTD ,r e. "erriCe F.:,r rCre ,r,i:rra. r rH-Firria,,r Gar,.l [i-,pr- 45-2012-CA-000932 health care services, Includ-
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Vtare sth Defedants. ,. LINEJTES 33 SEC'... DS EA'l rG',u2i3Sa;H. o'The; Clerk of Court will sell I.TM 01 FETET IHETNDEsC-U B-"-E C..:'urt of the FOi PIH Judicial F (8) .GLETWOODSUBDIVISION B"riiEC- l : ir-,1Gaf:c- File, r.jr fiiJ lt-,-.r Clai.T% v.,V, mni; JONES GhEENlTE.riE Ro-PedCLAL:- --- -----



"IIthe Property as efnedin the DEGIEES 2 tl|UIE - .d ACCOr<-ll3 THE PrLAT Nu I.,-CP. -E SERVICING' CORPORATION: IN rE estte R For
1Judgment andd as set forth pr- DS EAI M. 286o4 FEET NGE.-.urr ArhForiai er rn P.ron O4, REC ORDED Ill OHE uBUC nC lcu.iCclurrlr, "-au THE rLE--k. THE fli\ PIJBLIf E ar-r,.ne D-n2av..ar: IriA f.-il. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
5 below aoftdpublic sale' is EtRES, A C.UTHION DEGREES 5, INC IN Trti.it.I FOR M IRGAN FT ReC IT?DZOFSD un IN C SAIDCRIN.0ounity,. Forida, Probate O-Cib.? MOREiAHTlE. TEli"CE ofT6"RT..LOSPRIg d Rte DIVIs ,
Sepfpen-bernbet I 16I. 3 2013 onOB 11 30 A TALENMOTGGE APTA *06 OCKI EtE ii IDSii WEST.ln. tSTANLEY,. MOrR.TGAGE CAPIII'FLE'AITAL PestBJD ari best bidderf cash t -lo:2,3-C-2iO
a m. to lhned;.rh65p bi/wael 1.o Q6 FMK TO THE POHI L OF HOLDING.dS LLC l;rfe Fl.3rnrft 'u IJTHN DESGCREE ES 0 : MIT EDTAT .u Cur.r, .OurU- It I HECEE'DATE FDAT HILL[ UNITTW AL ACCRNG 2IN, RE: STAEn n OFMAJOR
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E.of the Ju:alcial Annee 7ch .47 TAINS 1.0'ACRES MORE OR, c, COIVB.IN/BARD OF..COIMIS- .EXTENSION OFTHE NORTHERLY .ulc- :i.n.,_i?7 rr r~rr-.; FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WIL1 LO A a~ff~t I1 1I 3OMl on fn_ Deceased.
SVetean's WaysYulee, Poridalin. LESS. SiTEREES HERCRDJ ILES OLWNT.Vte LINE OF SAeID LO7 8 F-'DISIN and ai'crd:- 31 mp,:r,.t BE FOREVER BARRED. 'on h iaN of SBOKemAer 2013 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
accordance' with'. Section 5TOGETHER WITH AND SUB- a E1:3 ASSC-o1n2d INCOyPC- 47AIICE OF 1ET 3 FEEI TO THE aircr,,:enor.6i a gc'r -: tJOf iTI tHE n8E ,.AE Op- e addihisa 7f3t7e
45. ,Flotida Statutes. JECT TO A 30.00FOOT EASE- RAiED are D orondwn g WESINRLi NG. W UnNE .'J3 .:rl r-pr"SrCaN.F artiRi estate of Major Henry
2 Theo"highestrbidder for.pur- MENT1. FOR INGRESS AND hesclber reof ircouprt c.r-.n e F GLENWOOD ROAD (15 far ths noinces e "AttoCLo. AEC TPerson <-',I Judgment:,TTH SriRckland Jr., deceased; whose
Spouses of "ois Notice of StJs INEG MORESS, A PORTIONCOF LOT 15, k Cfaorin waid Fisl to ur. y high" I FOOT IIGHT-OF-WAY) RUN ALLCeti c aimRsE rwi..:.T Is YEARS OR MORE AFTER THe TRiACTe 0, BLOCK-2 SPRING date ofad death was June-4,
defined as ite party wh Io bids, BLOCK 4. OF THE HILLS AT -J ruddger f, caw at I "assu THNUE SOUTH 8 DEGREES 00 00 tFIEDTHA IT* DECEDENT'S DATEPOF DEATH HILL- UNIT TWO, ACCORDING 2013, Is pending In the Circuit
Sthe largest amount of money .-THOMAS CREEKA AS. PER PLAT Judicial H- Annex, 763P A ;MINUTES EAST. ALONG SAID AH creditors oTRTHe DAece- IS BARRED. TO PLAT THEREOF- RECORDED Court for NassauttCounty,
eto purchase the Poperty (as THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT Veteran'sTWa, AYulee, FL32097 RIGHT-OFrWAY A DISTANCE OF "d-rnf ond o:f. .,:cr, :u,;ra The date oPfirst publication OFIN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 35 OF Florida, Probate Division, the
defined below)sl'ayd Wh comr- LBOOK 5,PAGES 65 TO6K OF art 11:30 a.m.Lonthe 25Aday of- 647.03 FEET TO THE POINT OF NOairrEO .:.r T-ImRTnDAYa.R .1 of this notice is August 28th,' THE PUBANDC RECORDS OF NAS- address of which Is 76347
ipletes thd0s9bn a:time3ly0sh- p THE PBLIO C RECORDS OF GAS- September, 2013, following- BEGINNING. decedentsestate on whoma 2013. SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.- Veteran's Way, YuleeFlorida


m as, th fe d i f ter saetu. Th SA C"" OWAUNTYLA SFL AD TY6FOID . :.NOTH8DERESdescNrE.ibederreifrsfth APttorney f ntor :Per.20 I s. opoyfhinonalseql~e
'3 1 fonwasgereoriafersIto-e 9SAU FET TOFLHEPORINTDA ANDdsPed real property as set A FROM THE POINT OF BEGIN- copy of this noticetis served ay tordeysohersonal TOGETHERsWoTH THAT CER- 32097. The.. names and
0 n h bids rthe lcrgest .BEING''MORE PARTICULARLY, .forth In said Final Summary* NING THUS DESCRIBED C:ON- must filietheir ciams with this 'Representatlive: .AN19 LECATMOIE adesso h es rep-
v amount of saooneyto purchase' DESCRIBEDCAS FOLITOIS Judgment, to witH F TINUE SOUTH 8 DEGREES 00 CourtdWITHIN THEo'LATER'tOF s50ccL Elef -j (.' HOME LOCATED THEREON AS resl"cntaiivt and itse personal
,the sbProperty ,(as defined UCOMMENCEHATGTHESOUTH1- LOT 115, HERON ISLESPHASE MINUTES EAST.ALONG SAID THREEeMONTHSAFTER THE DATE. rndin aNo "0H, FL3203 '.sA FIXTURE ANy APPURTE-h h representative's attorney are
Below) shale be permitted to *WESTERLY CORNER OF SAID ONE REPEAT ACCORD1NG-TO RIGHT-OF2AY A DISTANCE OF T OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Berg and Associates1-PA. NANCE THERETO: VIN# set forth below. T I U
.. complete the ste-by~dellvler- LOT I& OF BLOCK 4 THE NCE THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORD- 177.0 FEET.RUNTHENCE SOUTH NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER 4540 So1Ahside Blvd, Suite 302 FLFLV79A13144 AND All creditors of the dece-
Ing, t6 te Clerk theowbsi nc T WR 56 DEGREES 16 MINU ED IN PLATc B6K 7,. PAGE E152 75 WEGR-EES'44 MINUTES 2p6 TH E THE DATE'OF SERVICE OF A J-cksonville,FL 32216 F w-FIV79BI 3144 dent and other persons hE-ng
of such bid;- bver.and above UTES 54t' SECONDS -.EAST.- THROUGH 155, OF THtiPUBLC SECONDS WEST,' A DISTANCE .COPY OF THIS, NOTICE ON Telephone: (904),3986100. ** A/KIA 95751 SPRINGHILL claims or demands against
I:the deposit'by 3:30 p.m. on ALONG THE NORTHERLY RIGHT RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- OF 221.61 FEETr, RUN THENCE THEM. Fax:(04)C3986999 ROAD, FERNANDINA BEACH, FL decedent's estate on whom a .
othe payrofthel de. se OFWAYMUNESOF LARSENDROAD Ty, FLORIDA th c ** NORTH 8 DEGREES 00 MINUTES. All other creditors of-the Personal ReprNsentatie: 32,34 t copy of this noticedits reoqred
The following property 'bcat- 947. 0 FEET TO THE POINT OF ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN WEST, A DISTANCE OF 218.50 decedent and persons hav- Richard.Reischer Any person 1,dmi03 an to be served must file their
ted i Nassau County, Flordac Is'. BEGINNING; THENCE coNtI&-* INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM FEET, RUN THENCE NORTH 86 Ing ddmri-s or demands against 3350 S.Fletcher Avenue" Interest In the surplus from the clams with Nhs court, WITHIN,


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WEDNESDAY. AUGULST 28.2013 NEWS News-Leader


COURT REPORT


SThe following report was com-
piled byAngela Daughtry, News-
Leader staff, from the Aug. 22
court docket of Circuit Court
Judge Robert M Foster
U Danszel Marcus Asberry
pleaded guilty to possession of
a controlled substance and adju-
dication was withheld. He plead-
ed guilty to carrying a con-
cealed weapon, possession of
drug paraphernalia and no valid
driver's license and was adjudi-
cated guilty. On counts two,.
three and four he was sen-
tenced to time served in Nassau
County Jail. On count one he
was sentenced to two years
drug offender probation. He
must have a drug/alcohol eval-
uation within 60 days, undergo
random urinalysis, and follow
up with any recommended
treatmenLt He was' ordered to
pay $518 in'court costs, $150 to
the Public Defender's Office
Sand $100to.the State Attorneys'
Office. .
Peter Alexander Booker
pleaded not guilty to armed rob-
bery: .
'"* The state will not prose-
cute Dana Rochelle Cline on
two .counts of possession of a
controlled substance. In asep-
arate case, Cline pleaded guilty
to sale of a controlled substance'
and sale, manufacture or deliv-'
ery of a controlled substance
and was adjudicated guilty. She
was sentenced to 18 months
drug offender probation. She
must have'a drug/alcohol eval-
uation within 60 days, undergo
random urinalysis, ,and follow
up with any recommended
treatment and must enroll in
'Promise of .Hope residential
treatment program in Dudley,
Ga. She was'ordered to pay
$1,036 in court qosts, $300 to
the Public Defender's Office
and $200 to the State Attorney's
Office. '
.... U Ajury trial date of Sept 9
Swas set for Johnny Alan Dale,
charged with felony battery or
domestic battery strangulation,
aggravated battery with a dead-
lyweapon and battery domestic
Violence. '
Shawn Jason Daniels
pleaded guilty to a lewd lasciv-
ious offense against a -victim
less than 16 years of age by a
person 18 or older and was adju-
dicated .guilty as a 'habitual
felony offender. He was sen-
tenced to' 13 months in a state
prison, followed by seven years
sexual offender probation with
de,'igiiai]un as a _eixual ofend-
'er. He must have no'victim con-
'tact and must follow all rules of
Sexual offender probation. He
must submit results of an HIV
test, to be released to the victim,
and must wear an electronic
monitor. He was ordered to pay
$418 in court costs, $150 to the
Public Defender's Office;,$150
in surcharges, $150 in'restitu-
tion and $100 to the State
Attorney's Office.
Jesse Eugene Duncan III
pleaded guilty to felony battery
and was adjudicated guilty as a
'habitual felony offender. He was
,not prosecuted on a charge of
tampering in a second-degree
felony proceeding. He was sen-
tenced to five years in a state
'prison followed by three years
probation. He must enroll in a
,26-week emotional manage-
'ment program within 30 days
.of release, with completion. He
-was ,ordered to pay $418 in
'court costs, $352 in surcharges,
$150 to the Public Defender's
'Office and $100 to the State
Attorney's Office.
Joshua Dale Gibson plead-
edrguilty to a lesser-included
'charge of possession of
"cannabis and possession of con-
trolled substance parapherna-
lia and was adjudicated guilty.
-He was sentenced to 12 months
.drug offender probation and
Inust have a drug/alcohol eval-
uation within 60 days, undergo
*random urinalysis and follow
:up with any recommended
-treatment. He was ordered to
pa'y .i'2- in court costs, $100 to
the Public Defender's Office
and $50 to the State Anor ney's
Office.
Stephanie McCleod Goad
pleaded guilty to two counts of
sale, manufacture or delivery
of a controlled substance and
sale or delivery of a controlled
substance and was adjudicated
guilty. She was sentenced to 12
months in Nassau County Jail
with credit for time served and
ordered to pay a total of $1,036
in court costs, $300 to the Public
Defender's Office and $200 to


the State Attorney's Office. She
may be returned to Bradford
'County to serve time.
-. Damon Robert Hardy
,.pleaded guilty to sale, delivery,


purchase or manufacture of,
marijuana and was adjudicated
guilty. He was sentenced to time
served in Nassau County Jail
and ordered to pay $238 in
court costs, $100 to the Public
Defender's Office and $50 to
the State Attorney's Office.
William Brandon Hawk
pleaded guilty to burglary of a
structure or conveyance and
grand theft on June 20 and was
adjudicated guilty. He was sen-
tenced to 18 months in a state
prison with credit for time
served, followed by 42 months
probation. He must have a
drug/alcohol evaluation within
60 days, undergo random uri-
nalysis and follow up with any
recommended treatment. He
was ordered to pay $15,000 in
restitution after release
from prison at $375/month,
$418 in court costs, $150 to the
Public Defender's Office and
$100 to the State Attorney's
Office.
Brenda Sue Johnson
pleaded guilty totwo counts of
possession of a controlled sub-
stance and was adjudicated
guilty. She was sentenced to
four months in Nassau County
Jail followed by 24 months pro-
Sbation, to runconcurrently She
niffst immediately after release
enroll in an outpatient sub-
stance, abuse program at
Starting Point and was ordered
to pay $518 in court costs, $150
to-the Public Defender's Office
and IN(XI to the State Attorney's
SOffice
N William Michael Johnson
Jr. pleaded guilty to grand theft
and burglary of a structure or
conveyance and was adjudicat-
ed guilty as a habitual felony
offender. He was sentenced to
40 months in a state prison. In
a second case, he pleaded guilty
.:to trespass in a posted con-
struction site and grand theft,
was adjudicated guilty and
received the same sentence as
his first case. to run concur-
rently. In a third case, he plead-
ed guilty to grand theft, was
adjudicated. guilty and sen-
tenced to 28 months in a state
prison, to run consecutively to
the first and second cases He
was ordered, to pay a total of
$1,254 in court costs, $450 to
the Public Defender's Ofaice
and $3011to the State Attorney'sV
Office. The court reserves resti-
tution in all thre-- cases
Breadon Sage Killough
pleaded guilty to possession otf
.a controlled substance and adju-"
dication was withheld. He plead-
ed, guilty to driving under the
influence of alcohol and was
adjudicated guilty Hewas sen-
tenced to 18 months drug
offender probation on the first
count and 12 months probation
on the second, to run concur-
rently. He must enroll in DUI
Level 1 within 30 days, partici-
pate in a victim impact panel
and complete 50 hours of com-
munity service atfive hours per
month. His driver's license is
suspended for six months and
he must have a drug/alcohol
Evaluation within 60 days,
undergo random urinalysis, and
follow :up with any recom-
mended treatment. On count'
one he was ordered to pay $518
in court costs, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and $100 to
the State Attorney's Office. On
count two he was ordered to
pay $891.
Shawn Jason Kubalack
was served three affidavits and
admitted to a total of three
counts of violation of probation
being served for' driving while
License suspended,:habitual
offender, trafficking in con-
trolled substance/drugs, sale
of a controlled substance and
trafficking in illegal drugs over
four but less than 14 grams and
was adjudicated guilty in each
case. Probation was revoked
and terminated in each case,
and a $1,000 cash bond was for-
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verted to a civil judgment.
John Wayne May plead-
ed guilty to possession of
firearm ammunition by a con-
victed felon and was adjudicat-
ed guilty. He was sentenced to
12 months in .Nassau County
Jail with credit for time served
and must forfeit all firearms col-
lected in this case. He was
ordered to pay $418 in court
costs, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and $100 to
the State Attorney's Office.
Sean Michael McBride
pleaded guilty to armed rob-
bery and was adjudicated guilty.
He was sentenced to a mini-
mum mandatory of 10 years in
.a state prison with credit for
time served and ordered to pay
$418 in court costs and $100 to
the Public Defender's Office.
Damian Kenneth Olive
was served an affidavit and
admitted to a violation of pro-
bation being served for three
counts of possession of a con-
trolled substance without a pre-
scription and adjudication was
withheld. -, Probation was
revoked and terIminated and he
was ordered to pay $1,521.76 in'
outstanding costs. .
Tonny Antwan Peterkin
Pleaded guilty to possession of
Sa controlled substance, posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of
cannabis and driving while


license suspended or revoked
and was adjudicated guilty. He
was sentenced to time served in
Nassau County jail followed by
18 months drug offender pro-
bation. He must have a
drug/alcohol evaluation within
60 days, undergo random uri-
nalysis and follow up with any
recommended treatment.
Probation may be terminated
after 12 months if in full com-
pliance. Supervision may be
transferred to Duval County. He
was ordered to pay $518 in
court costs and $100 to the State
Attorney's Office.
Malcolm Komvarrious
Smith admitted to three counts
of violation of probation being
served for burglary of a struc-
ture or conveyance and was
adjudicated guilty. Probation
was revoked and terminated
and he was sentenced to 12
months in Nassau County Jail
with credit for time served since
June 21. He was ordered to pay
$2,898.71 in outstanding costs.
Hendrick Gabriel Stone
III pleaded guilty to fleeing or
eluding police/failure to obey
a law enforcement officer's
order to stop and was adjudi-
cated guilty He was sentenced
to 97 days in Nassau County'
Jail with credit for 97 days
Served and ordered to pay $418
in court costs and $100 to the


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NEWS-LEADER / FERNANDINA BEACH. FLORIDA


KICKOFF CLASSICS


S". .. ... ... PHOTOS BY BETHJONES/NEWS-LEADER
The Yulee Hornfiet defense wraps up an Eagle's View player, left, Friday night at home
in a preseason Kickoff Classic. Fernandina Beach was at home also, hosting Robert E.
Lee, above. The FBHS Pirates lkick off the regular season Friday at home with the
Yulee Hornets. Kickoffis slated for 7 p.m. atPirate Field. ,,
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Teams battle

Friday in 2013

season opener
: BETH JONES
:- News Leader
SThe Yulee Hornets, defending
county, district and region champi-


ons, kicked off the 2013 season
Friday in a preseason Kickoff
Classic at home.
Yulee blanked the visiting Eagle's
View Warriors 30-0.
The Fernandina Beach Pirates
were also at home Friday for a pre-
season matchup with the Robert E.
Lee Generals.
The Pirates edged Lee 16-13 for a
win, heading into Friday's regular
season opener. Kickoff is slated for 7
p.m. at Pirate Field.
The Pirates are at home Friday,


hosting the Yulee Hornets in a non-
district game. FBHS is in District 2-
4A with Fort White (Oct. 4), Taylor
County (Oct. 18, homecoming) and
Madison County (Nov. 1).
FBHS Coach Travis Hodge will
be taking on his old team when the
Pirates play Madison County: the
Pirates have played Fort White the
last two seasons.
"It's going to be very, very, very
tough, but I like this group a lot,"
Hodge said. "It's going to be inter-
esting."


rs in preseason
The Hornets left the district this competition. There are also two div
season, moving up to 5A. The dis- sion one quarterbacks in our dis-
trict includes Forrest (Sept 20), trict. I don't think in five years we
Wolfson (Sept. 27), Paxon (Oct. 4), have played one division QB yet
kioulh (Oct. 11), Baker County "It's a big district, which we hayv
(Oct. 18), Bishop Kenny (Oct 24) not been in the last two years, so it
and Stanton (Nov. 1, homecoming). creates more parity than we are
Schedules appear on 3B. used to with having seven district
"Mirc urp is fun for us," YHS games as well."
Coach Bobby Ramsay said. "A lot of The Hornets, Pirates and West
schools we have never played on Nassau Warriors made up the dis-
varsity before. It is also challenging trict last season.
with teams that have been in the Middle school teams were in
playoffs in 5A and are used to the action Tuesday for their openers.


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SPORTS SHORTS


Newwebaddiss forAR
The Amelia Island Runners club has a new
website, www. AmeliaRunners.com. Another
entity has taken over the old address, and AIR
is urging people not to visit that address since
the club cannot vouch for its accuracy or safe-
Sty. If you have Amelia Island Runners stored in
your web browser, reset the address to
www.AmeliaRunners.com.

Prowrsig'
Professional wrestling returns to the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center in Femrnandina
Beach Aug: 31 with a bell .time of 7 p.m. '
"The Future" Johnathan Wells defends his
CCW-ch&mpionship title against "Flash and
Cash" Hayden Price. Also scheduled are CCW
Stag team champions The Marcs Brothers tak-
: ing on the Army of Darkness and a six-man tag
match featuring'Team 'Rock and Rol" against
Team "Outlaw." Kevin Toole will be defending ;
his Southern States championship against
Maddogg Miller. Zero Gravity makes his debut.
Ticketsare$8-at the door. Portions of the
proceedsto.benefit Siiney Badges. Visit
wwW.ccwresling.biz.

Watermelonride
Enjoy a bike ride on Amelia Island through
Fort Clinch State Park and points along coastal
roads Sept. 8 during the Endless Summer.
Watermelon Ride. Checkout the League of
American Bicyclists 2013 Bronze Level award,
winner, Fernandina Beach Pre-ride snacks,
rest stops; a post-ride lunch, mechanical sup-.
port, motorcycle escorts and roving SAGs will
be provided. This is a great training nde for
MS and CF.
Start and finish are at-the Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center, 2600 Atlantic Ave. There'
are five routes- 20, 34,58, 80 and 100 miles.
SEarlypickup of ride packet, including wrist-
band I D, map and T-shirt,' and in-person regis-
tration are from 1:30-4 p.m. Sept.7 at the :
Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center..
Doors open at 6'30 a m Sept 8 for ride
packet pickup, including wristband ID map and
T-shirt, and day-of-nride registration
SAt 7.30 a m the 100-mile route departs, at
7 40 a.m. 80-mile route departs, at 7 50 a.m.
the 58-mile route departs; and at 8 a m the 20-
and 34-mile routes depart Riders may be


released in controlled groups at the start to
prevent congestion at the Fort Clinch gate
Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. All
services end at 4 p.m.
Register online at www.NFBC.us. NFBC
members pay $30; non-members pay $45. In-
person fee is $55 for all. Late and in-person
registrants may purchase T-shirts at ride head-
quarters as a special order.
Headphones are prohibited by Florida law
FS 316.304. Each bicycle must be equipped
with at least one brake that meets the require-
ment of fS 316.2065(14). Do not ride more
than two abreast, per FS 316.2065(6). The
event- will take place, rain or shine.
.Contact Mike Pikula.at 556-1098 or Don
Eipert at 261-5160 or email ESWRridedir.-

Fal bal sign-ups
The openregistration periodfor Femandina
Beach Babe Ruth fall baseball funs through -
Sept. 15. The fall ball season runs until the
week before Thanksgiving with a cost of $65
per player. Sign up at FBBRL.com.
Fall baseball is a less-intense season
focused more on instruction and less on comn:
.petition. Teams will play in Fernandina and'
Jacksonville , .

.BaK~atryomt
.The Basketball Club of Florida AAU organi-
zation based in Fernandina is holding tryouts
,for several age groups of players who live with-
*in Nassau County.BCF will hold tryouts on the
following dates, so contact the coach :of the
team to RSVP. Also, "visit the BCF website at
www.bcfhoops.org. .
. 1.1L Ugoys (fourth and fifth grade)-Sept. 7
from 9 -11 am. at First Baptist Church, Coach
Schweizer, phil@kkmarketing.nett. .
11.U girls (fourth. and fifth grade) Oct. 19
from9-11 a.m. at First Baptist Church in
SFemandina Beach, Coach Millar, mil- '
lathome@bellsouth.net .

YMCA soccervoleyball
Registration has begun for the McArthur
Family YMCA's fall youth sports Cost is $65
for members and $120 for non-members
Seasons begin the week of Sept 2 and extend
through October.
Participants receive a jersey and commerp-


orative trophy. Soccer for ages 5-12 runs at
both the Femandina Beach and Yulee sites.
Tuesday will be practice days with games on
Friday evenings, Volleyball is for ages 8-15
years; Monday practices, games Thursdays.
Call Nicole Brown at 261-1080.

Bouks~ub
Amelia Island Boules Club holds petanque
pickup games Saturdays at 9:30 a.m., Wed-
nesdays at 4:30 p.m. and Thursdays at 3:30
p.m. at the Central Park courts at the comer of
"AtlanticAvenue and South 11th Street. Pe-
tanque (pay-tonk) is a cousin of both horse-
shoes and bocce, the Italian bowling game.
The public is welcome to join. Call 4'-1190.

JeffGalowaynm/walk
A local group meets Saturday mornings for
runsAwalks using the Jeff Galloway.training
method. Train for a marathon, half-marathon or
15K. Call Mike Hagel at 415-6039.

Salt.dubmeets.
TheAmelia Island Sailing Club meets the
first Tuesday at the Kraft Athletic Club at Ten
Acres. Social hour at 6:30 p.m., meeting at
7:30 p.m. Contact Commodore Kent McKee at
(770) 287-5606 or commdore@ameliaisland-
sailing.org. Visit www ameliaislandsailing.org.

Chaflwenerbowlig
Nassau Challeriger.Bowl-ihg League for the:
physically and mentally challenged meets sec-,
ond Saturday from,3-5 p:m. at the. Nassau
Bowling Center in Yulee. Call Me-linda ,
Willaford at 261-3il36 : .

BowlingHeagues
A senior league bowling is offered at'9:30- :
a.m. Wednesday at Nassau Bowling off US
17 in Yulee. The group also meets for Christian
league at 6 p.m. Thursday. . :

Ftngdub
The Amelia Island Light Spbrt Flying Club is
looking for a few more members Membership
is initially'limited to 12 full partners. The group
has identified an aircraft (Paradise P-1) for pur-
chase and is ready to begin flight operations


once the purchase is finalized. If flying for less
than $100 per hour, low monthly dues and no
FAA medical certificate requirement interests
you, call Sam Lane at (904) 624-0650 or
Mickey Baity at 556-6136. ,


There are organized bicycle rides
Thursday starting at 9 a.m. and Saturdays
starting at 8:30 a.m. All rides start from Main
Beach. Park near the miniature golf course.
Cyclists of all abilities are welcome. Riders
of A(18-21), B (14-17), C (up to 14 mph) and S
(social ride, speed of the slowest rider in the
group) all participate. The ride will be around
30 mileswith rest stops along the way and
loops back to the starting point at around 10
miles before continuing on the remaining 20
miles of the route. Anyone who joins Ihe group
will not be left behind. Lunch is optional. There
is also a regular ride Mondays for experienced
road cyclists starting at 9 am. at various loca-
tions on Amelia Island and in Nassau County.
The stirting-points and distances for these
rides will be announced.. '
-1 Helmets'and a bicycle in good working con-
dition are'mandatory. Call 26 1-5160 or visit
www.ameliaislandcycling.com, www.spqrts.
groups.yahoo.com/group/sndersor ,
www:ntbc.us.

Beanumpft.
Baseball and softball umpires can join the
fastest growing umpires association.in
Northeast lorioda, the River City ,Umpires
Association. RiVbr City Umpires is currently
recruiting men and women interested in offici-
ating baseball and.softball" If you live or work in
Baker, Bradford, Clay, Duval, Putnam, St.
Johns or Nassau County, contact Terry Padgett
at (90Q4) 879-6442 or visit www.rivercityumps.
com..

Spots association
: Nassau County Sports Association meets at
7 p.m the first Tuesday at the county building,
Yulee Call 261-1075 or 277-1609 for informa-
tion.

To submit an item for this column, contact
Beth Jones at 261-3696 or email to
bjones@fbnewsleader.com.


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FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH
SCHOOL
Varsity Football
Aug. 23 LEE (kickoff classic) 7:00
Aug 30 YULEE 7:00
Sept. 6 NEASE 7:00
Sept. 13 atHilliard 730
Sept 20 at Episcopal 7:00
Sept. 27 at Menendez 7:00
Ocl 4 FORT WHITE* 700
Ocl 11 at West Nassau 7:30
Oct 18 TAYLOR CC. (HC) 7:00
Nov. 1. at Madison County" 7:30
Nov. 8 at Christ Church 7:00
District
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Varsity Football
-Aug 23 EAGLE'S VIEW (KO) 7:90
Aug. 30 at Femandina Beach 7:30
Sept. 6 at Potter's House 7:00
Sept 20 FORREST- 7:00
Sept. 27 at Wolfson* 7:00
Oct 4 at Paxon* 7:00
Oct 11 RIBAULT" 7.30
Oct 18 BAKER COUNTY* 7:00
Oct 24 at Bishop Kenny" 7:00
Nov. 1 STANTON (HC) 7:00
-Nov, 8 WEST NASSAU 7:30
SDistrict
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Volleyball
Aug 29 at University Christian 6:30
SAug 30 EPISCOPAL 6:30
Sept 3 HILLIARD 6:30
Sept, 5' RIBAULT" 6:30
Sept 10 at Raines" 6:30
Sept, 12 at Middleburg 6:30
Sept, 13 STANTON 6:30
Sept 17 at West Nassau* 6830
Sept 23 UNIVERSITY CHRIST. 6:30
Sept26 at Camden county 6:00.
Oct, 3 FERNANDINA' 6:30
Oct. 8 at Andrew Jackson* 6:30
Ost 9 CAMDEN COUNTY 6:30
Oc 10 WEST NASSAU 6:30
Oet 12 Di Pink at Fletcher TBA
On 1I. atTrr,;ty Clr;stian 6:30
Oct 17 a[ Hillara' 6:30
Oct. 21-2-.24 District at6FBHS
Sistrict Junior varsity matches at 5:30
p.r ....:

FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH
SCHOOL '
SJunior Varsity Football
Aug 29 at Camden County-. 5:30,
Sept 5 EPISCOPAL 6:00
Sep t.12 HILLIARD 6:00
Sept. 9 YULEE 16:00
Oct 3 atBolles '.00
Oct 10 WEST NASSAU .I6:00
Oct. 3 at Yulee .6:00
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH
SCHOOL
Volleyball
Aug 24 Preseason at Bishop Kenny
Aug. 27 at Creeksiade 5:30O6:30
Aug 29 RIBAULT" 5:30/6:30
Sept, 3 at Midlceburg 5:30/6:30
Sept 5 WEST NASSAU 5:30/6:30
Sept. 9 at Bartramn Trail 5:30/6:30
Sept 11 ORANGE PARK 5:30/6:30
Sept. 13-14 at OVA tourney
Sept. 17 PONTE VEDRA 5:30/6:30
Sept. 19 at Episcopal 5:30/6:30
-. Sept 24 RAINES* 5:30/6:30
', z zpr .- at Bolles 5:30/6:30
Oct 1 MANDARIN 5:30/6:30
'..,Oct 3 at Yulee* 5:30/6:30
*'Oct 8 FLETCHER 5:30/6:30
Oct 9 JACKSON" 5:30/6:30
;:1.::Oct. '11-12 at Bolios Invitationar
,"Oct.16 at Fleming Island 5:30/6:30
..Oct. 18-19 JVtoumeyatBK .
Oct. 21-24 DISTRICT 4-4A
* District .
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
',; .Swimming '
:-Aug. 29 at Baker' 4:45.
'Sept: 3' BAKER' 5:00.
:',:Sept. 10 at Baldwin 4:15
:"'Sept. 19 FLORIDA D&B 5:00
.,Sept. 24 at St Johns Co. Day 4:30
S'-Sept. 27-28 Florida SPA. .
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',/FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH
;" ,SCHOOL
*:*' GirlsGof .
:,..,Aug. 28 EPISCOPAL 4:00
**Aug. 29 BISHOP KENNY 4:00
SSept. 5 HILLIARD 4:30
:-Sept. 10 WEST NASSAU' 4:30
."'Sept. 12 at Yulee 4:30'
Sept. 14 Fundraiser at Amelia River .
,Sept. 16 HILLIARD 4:00
Sept. 24 at Bishop Kenny ,4:00
"Sept 25 'at West Nassau 4:30.
i'Sept. 26 at Yulee 4:30
,,,.Sept: 30 PROVIDENCE 4:00
,'..Oct 7 at ProVidence 4:00


Ladies' openingday
: The Fernandina Beach
'Womep's Golf Association's
:"opening day for the 2013-14
;'-season is Sept 3. The group
-"encourages all members tb '
'join in the fun; new members'
-are welcome. "
SPlay begins with a 9 a.m.
shotgun start. The sign-up
-sheet is in the ladies' locker
'_room; sign up by noon Sept. .
S2. There willbe a general
meeting following golf.
Call the pro shop at 277-
:-7370 or 3.10-3175.


.FBHSbenefit
The third annual O'Kane's
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Oct 14 District
Oct 22 Regional
YILEE HIGH SCHOOL
Girls Golt
Sept. 5 BISHOP SNYDER 400
Sept. 9 HILLIARD 4:00
Sept. 12 FERNANDINA 4:00
Sept. 23 at Bishop Snyder 4:00
Sept. 26 FERNANDINA 4.00
Sept. 30 HILLIARD 4:00
Oct 7 WEST NASSAU 4:00
Oct 14 or 15 District
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH
SCHOOL
Boys Golf :
Sept. 3 at Bolles 4:00
Sept. 5 HILLIARD 4:00
Sept. 10 WEST NASSAU 4:00
Sept. 12' at Yulee 4:00
Sept 14 Fundraiser at Amelia River
Sept. 16 HILLIARD 4:00
Sept. 17 at BishopKenny. 4:00
Sept.,18 EPISCOPAL 4:00
Sept. 19 PROVIDENCE 4:00
Sept. 25 'at West Nassau 4:00
Sept. 26 at Yulee 4:00
Oct 1- at Episcopal/UC 4:00
Oct 3 TRINITY 4'00
Oct 8 at Providence 4:00.
Oct 10 BISHOP KENNY 4:00
Oct. 14 or 15 District
Oct 22 -Region
Oclt 28-30 State
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
SBoys Golf '
Sept. 9, .HILLIARD 4:00
Sept. 12 FERNANDINA 4:00,
Sept. 16 EAGLE'S VIEW 4:00
Sept. 26 FERNANDINA 4:00
Sept. 30 HILLIARD 4:00-
Oct 7 WEST'NASSAU.' 4'00
Oct 14 or15District .
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Bowling
Sept. 11 WEST NASSAU 4:30
Sept. 16, HILLIARD 4:30
Sept. 2&5 FERNANDINA 4:30
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH
S SCHOOL
S' Swimming' '
Aug. 29 NASSAU CLASSIC 4:00 '
Sept. 3 BAKE- COUNTY -4:00,
Sept. 7 .' at St. Augustine/Retch. 9am
Sept. 10 "at St JohnsCountry 4:00 '
Sept: 14 atBulldog Inritational, Bolles
,Sept. 19 FLORIDAID&B: .4:00,
Oct 8 at NE Florida Inv.. Bolles ,.-
Oct. 10 'at FloridaO&B'., A 4:00
Oct 24 District 2-2A .,....
Nov. 1 Region 1-2A
Nov. 9. Stale 2A at Suart .
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH
SCHOOL ..
Cross Country' -
Sept. 7 at Katie Caples, BK
Sept. 21 at Alligator'Lake Invite. LC
Sept. 28 at Ponte Vedra Inviteb -
Oct. 1 County at Hilliard 4:30
Oct'12 FSU Invite, Tallahassee '. -`
Oct. 19 AMELIA INVITE 8am
Oct 24 District3-2A '
Nov. 2 .Region 1-2Aat'L4e City
Nov. 9 .' State 2A at Tallahasseei
FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE
SCHOOL
Fooloali '
Aug. 27 ,CHARLTON CO 50CO
Sept. 3 1 ST MAR3S 500
Sept. 10 CALLAHI.l 600
Sept. 17 EPISCOPAL 6:00
Sept. 24 at O6val Charter 6:00.
Oct 1 -- CHRIST S CHURCH 6.00
Oct. 8 ,. CA.DEri 5:00,'
Oct 15 at 'iuie 6:00
YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Football
Aug. 27 ai Callahan 600
Sept. 3 ST MARS .: 5:00
Sept. 10 at Baker Ccunty 6:00
Sept. 24 at Camden 5:00,
Oct 1 CHARLTON COUNTY 5:00
i':i 8 a.tBoL '. ^6:00
8t1. 1 FERNANpINBEACH'MtO..
AL.^ CALLAI-t N * .....". 6:0 '
YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL
SVotleyraill
Aug.29 CALLAHAN 530/7,
Aug;30' at.Hllliard-.. : 5/6:30
Sept. 5 H-ILLIARD .. 5:30/7
Sept. 6' ', FERNANDINA 2:15/330
'Sept.9 at Bolles 5/6:30 :,
Sept. 13 at Ferhandina 5:30/6,30 t
Sept. 16 BAKER 5:30/7
Sept. 19 at Callahan ', 5/6:30
Sept: 20 BOLLES "', *' 5:30/7
Sept.23 ..at Baker- ,, 5/6:30
Sept. 26 B team champ at CMS
Sept. 27 County at Hilard .
tFBIHIS .:..


dina Beach High School golf
teams, will be held Sept-14-15
at Amielia River Golf Club..
Shotgun'start is at.12:30 p.m.
both days.
Format is a two-man best-
' ball Saturday and a tWo-man
scramble on.Sunday..There is'.
a senior flight for ages 60 and '
over; seniors play forward
tees. No ,more than six-shot
differential in handicaps..
Cost is $300 per team and
includes golf and heavy appe-
tizers at O'Kane's during the
pairings party and cocktail
party. Pairings party is at.7
p.m. Friday and cocktail party
is at 7 p.m' Saturday.
For Information on the
tournament, contact Jarrod
Sullivan 'at (904) 838-8825 or
Joe Parrish at 548-7134.


SOeOK YOUIRTEE
TRIDENT LAKES TIME TODAY!
dr (9121 573-8475
From Charlie Smith Hwy., take right into Jackson Gate
(Open to Public) and follow signs to golf course.
1010 U S P Blvd.- Kings B ayG


POP WARNER


Femrnandina
Beach Pop
Warner
hosted a
preseason
jamboree
Saturday.
Yulee and
Callahan
participat-
ed as the
teams pre-
pare for'
start of the
Regular
season.
PHOTOS BY
BETH JONES
NEWS-LEADER


PRO GOLF WEEKLY UPDATE; \

Golf Nvs, Tips, T"via '& .


,PC Boston The Deuische Bank Championship
'Ndrto MWass. ?began in 2003 and is held at the
7214 yards Par 71 Tournament Players Club of Boston
-----------in Norton,, Massachusetts. Unlike
Defending: Rory Mcllroy :* most tournaments, this tournament
:WimingScore: 20-underpaf 'is intended tend on a Monday.due
Winning Share: S1440 00 to its scheduling near Labor Day.
Adam Scott won the first event in 2003,'taking home the title with
-a four-stroke victory over Rocco Medlte. The tournament is the
second tournament ofthe FedEx Cup RPlayoffs leading up to the Tour
Championship. Only the top 100 players in the FedEx Cup points
rankings are qualified to compete this week. -


PGA Event Deutsche Bank Chamipionship
P -. J Time Network,
Fri, 8/30 3:00pm-6:00pm GOLF
Sat, 8/31 3:00pm-6:Opm GOLF
Sun, 911 :. ;00pm-3:00pm GOLF
Sun,,9/1 3;00pm-6;00pm NBC
Mon, 9/2 11:30am-1:30pm GOLF
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Of the 4 PGA-mortoumaments, which
one is played atAugustaNational?


a)_The Masters
b) USOpen

Answer: a) The Masters


c) PGA Championship
d)British Open


A.am Scott won The Barclays ,-" Tournament Results
S on Sunday. capturing- the M 1. Adam Scott
S". first event inthe FedEx Cup., "" '
Y Starting nine groups ahead of.- '.
me leaders and siA srols behind. Scott alm ss .
T-2. Graham OsLsst -10. $52B.000
made three consecutive birdies on T.? iui.R. 0 : -1 $52.Ssioo
the front nine at uberly Natonal Golf 1- .. .... .. .. ,00
Course, then took .share of the lead. \,-? I-Q*_- -,---_
with birdies on No. 14 and No. 16. He finished an hour before the final
group though. Scott felt his chances for victory were so slim when, he
finished that his caddie, Steve Williams, packed his bag. "I'm shocked
really that that was good enough to hold up." said Scott


Tiger Woods began the final round
\;. at The Barclays Within ,striking
",.v distance of the lead but after a
painful svwng as he played the 13th
holeatUberty National it briefly seemed uncertain
if he would even be able to finish the back nine.
Alter taking his second shot on the par-5 13th,
Woods dropped to.the ground in pain. Despite
his dear discomfort, the 37-year-od got to his
feet and trudged' after his errant shot. Woods first
complained of a sore back on Wednesday after
he cut his pro-am short. At the time, Woods told
reporters that a soft bed at his hotel had been-
the cause of the discomfort in his back and neck.
Despite the apparent pain on Sunday, Woods
finished strong and nearly forced a playoff.


We are used to'practicing shots from the fairway, sand or rough to try things on
Different surfaces, but one of the areas that most golfers have little to no practice on
JE is sone hard pan. Hard pan refers to a path of rock-hard ground where there is no
Grass for the ball to prop up on. This shot is very difficult because we try to be too
Scute and the predominant shot is skulled and runs forever. To play the sh6t correctly,
Sa sand or pitching wedge is the club of choice according to the trajectory you desire.
The trajectty is solely determined by the position of the bal in your stance. Foi a high soft shot,
place the bal forward. A standard pitch requires the ball in the center of the stance. If you are
looking to hita low, running shot, plAce the ball back in your stance.


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Turned ProfessionaL 2000
World Ranking: 2nd "
2013 PGA Earnings: $4,646,513
PGA Tour Wins: 10

... J. 'Thro'gh Aug. 25, 2013' "

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W 3)Phil Mickelson
S2 624 pts. i 7 top tens

4) Matt Kuchar-
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5) Justin Rose
2,397 pts. I 6 top tens

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7) Graham DeLaet 1,806 6
8)BillHaas 1.718 9
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OUTDOORS


WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28.2013 SPORTS News-Leader '


Mini snapper season opened

'7 -


he National Oceanic
and Atmospheric
Administration fish-
:-T ery services opened
a mini red snapper season
'- over the weekend. which
kicked off Friday with light
Sand variable winds and ended
with high
gusty winds.
"[It was
celazy," said
Capt. Benny
Hendrhx of
the charter
fishing boat
Heavy Hitter
I counted
OUTDOORS 15 fishing
.: ,.---- boats
anchored up
TeryLacoss at the east
SFC live bottom Everywhere
we fished on Saturday boats
were anchored udp and red
snapper fishing
"I1 also talked with Capt.
Gregg Simmons who took a
fishing party out to the
Brunswick Bottom aboard his.
'sport fishing boat Ring
Leader. Gregg reported
excellent red snapper fishing
,. or snapper weighing to 20
pounds.
: "However, most of the
Local sport fishing and char-
ter fishing boats stayed in
fairly close and fished the FC,
HH. FA and AH fish havens
It was so crazy one small
boater almost dropped his
anchor right on the bow of
imy fishing boat"
I held mv weekend fishing
"-.class and. ,while navigating
'past the Dee Dee Bartel
memorial park and boat
'.ramp, [ noticed the entire
Sparking lot was full of tow
,'ehic.les and boat trailers
-Also the Fernandina Harbor
had several empty boat slips
Sand the parking lot was also
Full of tow vehicles and their
boat trailers
S All local bait and tackle
stores reported excellent
,,:business over the weekend,
(.which could be directly relat-
-ed to the open mini snapper
weekend. Also figure in all of
the boat fuel, ice, food and
supplies that were purchased
by snapper fishermen at hocal
businesses. The local charter
" fishing fleet also benefited
.. from the three-day open snap-
"- per weekend with bonus fish-
ing charters
The Florida Wildlife.
Commission had staff at the
Fernandina Harbor Marina,
where crucial red snapper
i information was gathered.
Included were length, girth,
-:-. weight and ear bone.samples..
"The FWC weighed our
largest red snapper at 19.7
"pounds and mentioned this
,particular size red snapper
."would be about 15 yearsmold
or older," Hendrix said.
; Biologists estimate that
i. red snapper live to aiound 50
: years old. Red snapper also
,,, stop growing at 20 yearsmold,
:-which means a 20-year-old
S'- red- snapper will lay as many
:eggs as a 50-year-old red
Snapper Also factor in that a
50-pou nd red snapper may be
just 20 years old, depending
:: on habitat and the availability
;':- of forage foods.
:-: The South Atlantic
-- Fishery Marine Commission
-,has stated it would like to see
:. a good stock of 20-pound red
"snapper to consider the red
:: snapper stock as healthy.
-* SAFMC collects-fish ear
bones from commercial and
recreational anglers to deter-'
S.mine the fish's age. They say
Si the majority of the fish are 1-7
,." years old.
The reason they are not


Tertp", LA.\i'.:." *r ,. l..
Capt. Allen Mills guided this party from England to a big catch of Fernandina Beach red snapper Friday, which began the three-day open snapper
weekend.


The Tony Caint(opia {iy, abqoe from Iqlet, in.ded son Daniel and wife Sara with a
nice catch of z'p. CapL .jily Mqfa n(t!.n'gided the fishing party aboard the
charter fishing bat Waoo over -the.weken'd. Left, CapLt. Benny Hendrix guided Tony
Brown to this nice 19-pound red snapper aboard the charter fishing boat Heavy
Hitter.


seeing many, older fish is
because the data is biased by
the fact that both the recre-
ational and commercial fisher-
man tend to target larger
aggregations of fish over arti-
ficial and-natural reefs. They
are easier to find arid easier to
catch and tend to be shallow-
e r ,
Red snapper that are 1-7
years old tend to live in con-
centrated aggregations in
these areas and are the target
of angler-determined selec-
tive. fishing pressure. Once
snapper hit 10 years old, they
tend to ibe more solitary and
move off to more isolated and


deeper areas: This is why
they are not seeing many
older, larger fish.
Hendrix was not able to
fish some of the more popular
red snapper drops because of-
the many sport fishing boats
fishing over the weekend.
"We finally started to
anchor on a few of my small,
live bottom spots and that's
when we began catching the
larger red snapper," he said.
Hopefully the FWC will '
send positive results to NOAA
fisheries and we will once
again begin to enjoy one of
SFernandina Beach's favorite
fisheries, red snapper.


FERNANDI.NA BEACI TI-DES
Tides, Sun & Moon: August 28-5e tember 4,2013:
A Moonrise 2II7A Hih 2:40A 5.24' S Moonnse 3:32A Low 1212A 0.79'
W ed. LastQuaer 5:35A Low &44A 0.49' Sun. Sunrise 7:02A High 622A 5.15'
8/28 Moonset 2:18P High 3:16P 5.75' '/I Moonset 5.:17P Low 12_ 18p 0.38'
Sunset 7:53P Low ,9:34P 1.06' Sunset 7:48P High 652P 5.93'


Mon. Moonrise
Sunrise
9/2 Moonset
Sunset
Moonrise
Tues. Sunrise
.9/ A Moonset
Sunset


4:26A Low 12:58A 0.55'
7:03A High 7:13A 5.38' "
5:55P Low 1 06p 0.18'
7:47P High-738P 6. 1'


5:20A
7:03A
6:3 IP
7:46P


Low 1.41A 0.27'
High 8:OOA 5.63'
Low 1:53P -0.03'
High 81P 6.25'


Moonrise 6:ISA Low 2:22A -0.00'
W ed. Sunrise 7:-04A High 8-44A 5.85'
S Moonset 7-06P Low 2:36P -0.22'
9/4 Sunset 7:44P Hgh 9:02? 6.34'


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Randall Moore, above,
fished aboard the "Mean
Marjean" with Mark and
son Adam Peppier
Saturday and caught this
nice 15-pound red snap-
per. Left, Michael
Anderson weighs in his
winning red snapper over
the weekend at Capt.
Jimmy and Sally Johnson's
Amelia Island Bait &
Tackle. Anderson's red
snapper weighed 12.74
pounds and took home top
honors in the red snapper
-competition.


4 I-:


u Moonrise I :02A High 3:32A 5.02'
Thur, Sunrise 70oA Low 939A 0.61'
S8/29 Moonset 307P High 4:1 IP 5.64'
Sunset 7:SIP Low 1030P r.08'
Moonrise i:SOA High 428A 4.93'
Fri. Sunrise 7.01A LoW 10"34A 0.61'
8/30 Moonset 3S4 High 508P 5.64'
0 U Sunset 7:50p Low 11-22P 0.98'
Moonrise 2-4 1IA
Moonrise :IA High 5:26A 4.98'
Sat. Sunrise 701A Law 11:27A 0.53'
8/31 Moonset 437 High 6.MP 5.75'
8/ ISunset 7.:49PI


Tide calculations are for Amelia River, Fernandina Beach. No corrections are necessary.
Sun & Moon events are also calculated for Fernandina Beach, although actual times may vary because of land masses.


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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28. 2013
NEWS-LEAiER / FERNANDINA BEACH. FL


Tibetan pooches the answer to dog lover's dreams


I met three Tibetan
Terriers and I didn't have to
go all the way to Tibet. In con-
versation with a new friend,
Debbie Haynam, I learned
that she shows dogs in nation-
al and regional dog shows.
One of her dogs, Grand
Champion Aurora's Welcome
to the Jungle (AKC official
name) and call name Axel, is a
Grand Champion Bronze,
which is quite an achievement
in the dog show world. His
mother and sister are also
champions, having competed
and earned the necessary .
points in competitions
My welcome was enthusi-
astic to say the least Much
wiggling and even a hug.
Think miniature sheep 'dogs.
Turns out the three lovable
dogs I met that day are not
terriers at all and do not com-
pete in the terrier class in dog
shows. They are, instead, in a
class that brings together a
Side assortrpent of dogs that
Don't quite fit inanother cate-
'gory. Their category "Non-
sporting," The group includes
Dalmatians,.bulldogs and poo-
dies.
So how did Debbie fall in
love With Tibetan Terriers and


Pgo on to
learn the
-. complex and
very political
S world of
D i showing
dogs? First
step, find the
perfect dog
that would.
FRiOM matchher
S THE criteria. It
PORCHM had to be a
mdog she
could take to
Dickie school (she's
Anderson a teacher),
did not cause
allergic reactions, not too big,
not too small and a female so
there could bepuppies. She.
fell in love with a breed,
Tibetan Terriers,'that met all
her criteria and that has an
amazing history.
Yes, indeed,'Tibetan
Terriers are-from Tibet and
have been raised in monaster-
ies by lamas for over 2000
years. This ancient breed was
kept as good luck charms',
mascots, watchdogsand com-
panions They proved to be,
wonderful loving dogs and
were quick to protect proper-
ty and flocks. Known as the


"Holy Dogs of Tibet," they
were never sold but only
given as gifts by monks-to pro-
mote good fortune.
So next Debbie had to
track down a breeder offering
Tibetan Terriers. Debbie
found a breeder and agreed to
the requirements. She had to
show the dog, give the breed-
er the pick of the litter and
that the breeder would pick
the mate for any litters-of pup-
pies. It was love at first sight
and the fur ball of puppy was
.named Kaya (Tibetan for
match). Dakota, another
puppy, joined the family later.
Determined to become
part of the dog showing world
Debbie, Kaya and Dakota
went to school and learned
ihe ropes Official AKC events
where all breeds compete can
have over 3,000 dogs atone
show. Dogs are judged on
appearance, structure, coat
texture and movement and
ability to produce puppies that
will be good.representatives of
the breed. Debbie, Kaya and
Dakota had the right stuff and
earned their required points
to become champions. At five
years Kaya had a litter of pup-
pies. Debbie smiles as she


describes the litter that
rocked -all named for rock
stars. Bon Jovi, Madonna, Kiki
Dee and Tina Turner. Bon
Jovi later became Axel.
SAxel proved to be an out- -
standing dog and has the
attributes that create grand
champions. He has achieved


that handler and take hand-
some Axel on the road.
Debbie and her energetic
dogs enjoy the adventure of
Grand Champion Bronze, competing and look forward
opening the door to the to continued success and
biggest and most prestigious great stories.
dog shows There is much to DickieAnderson welcomes
the politics and protocol of your comments. Books are
showing dogs and as Debbie available at local book andgit.
explained to me having the stores or online at www.dickie-
right handler is a key to suc- anderson.com.
cess. The next step is to find dickie.andersonCgmail.com


Pop- COMMUNITY SCRIP 11i


Outstandingwork
GFWC Florida Federation 'of Woman's Club tLifle Women of Fernandina Beach attend-
ed the Juniorette Annual State Meeting "JASM" in Tampa earlier this month. The club
members received outstanding accomplishments for serving the local community,
including holding their annual Trick or Treat Can Drive and Make a Difference Day to
help stock the Barnabas pantry and collecting items for Micah's Place and providing
school supplies to elementary schools.


4LOyea<
and counting
Charlotte Young, the direc-.
tor of Nassau County's
Contract Management/W
Department, has worked,"
for. the county for 40
years, and is still working.
She was honored with a 4{- f
cake on Aug 21.
SUIBMITtED


Countyattomeyupdate
Recently the Fernandina Beach Rotary Club welcomed
Nassau County Attorney David Hallman, the county's attor-
ney since 2007, as guest speaker. He explained that
Nassau County is a non-charter government with a number
of county agencies not answerable to the county commis-
sion, but that also receive a cut of all ad valorem taxes cl1-
lected in the county. He said the board receives 24 cents
of every tax dollar collected, yet provides such services as
Fire/Rescue, Animal Control, Public Works, Emergency
Management and more. Hallman said he views himself and
his three employees as the "risk management" team
charged with minimizing the potential for lawsuits against
the county. He said most counties similar in. size to Nassau
spend more than $1 million on outside legal counsel while
Nassau County has kept litigation costs to about $35,000
per year. Hallman also pointed to several legal actions the
county initiated that resulted in statewide legislative
changes, including a law allowing for public-private part-
nerships for.the construction of new roads and the repeal
of outdated restaurant seating restrictions.
The Fernandina Beach Rotary Club meets every
Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Florida
House Inn. Visit www.fernandinabeachrotaryclub.org.
PHOTO BY MELANIE FERREIRA/FOR THE NEWS-LEADER


.UBMinl ED
102 and going strong
A 102nd birthday celebration was held recently for "Miss Eleanor" Simon, second
from right, above, at Long Point Golf Club at the Amelia Island Plantation. SimOn
Still drives her golf cart to water aerobics class daily and drove a car and played ten-
nis tillage 92. She resides on .the Plantation with her son and daughter-in-law,
Joseph and Carol Simon. Above with Simon, from left, are party coordinators Marge
Hampton, Brenda Price and Mary Beth Ealdi, '


NHScarwash:
The Nassau Humane
Society offers a great big
"thank you" to all who :
supported the Proline'for
Paws car wash earlier this
month at Proline Motors
on South Eighth Street,
left. All proceeds went to
the Nassau Humane
Society's capital campaign
'to build a new shelter. :
Despite the rain, $350
was raised and will be
matched by the
Chardonnay Foundation,
totaling $700 for the new
building.
"My car hasn't been as
clean since I bought it
new," said Maria
McDaniel, an NHS sup-
porter. Working the event,
from left, above, were
Karen Brown, Debbie
Brown, Nic Fincher, Terry
Brown, Mike Brown, John
Bell and Brandy Carvalho.
PHOTOS BY GALEJAMEYSON
FORTHE NEWS-LEADER


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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28.2013 ROUND TOWN News-Leader


Reading programs get $1,500 boost
The Friends of the
Fernandina Beach library'
recently received $1,500 from
the Fernandina Beach and
Yulee Walmart stores to sup-
port the library's programs for
children in the coming year.
These include Time for Tots,
held Wednesday mornings at
the library throughout the.
school year for children 18
months to 5 years old, and sum-
mer reading programs for chil-
dren 4 to.11years old, held on
Wednesday from 11 a.m.-2
p.m. at. Southside' Elementary
School.
Over 7,000 children in
Nassau County enrolled in their
library's summer programs
-this year, more -than ever
before. Time- for Tots gather-.
ings in Fernandina Beach rour
finely draw 20 td 30 children,
accompanied by adults, each
wee.' "SUBMITtED
"We are so grateful to John 'Eager readers enroll in the Fernandina Beach library's summer reading program.
Johnson, Yulee store manager, _._ _....
and Eric Moseley, Fernandina
Beach. manager, for recom-i size reading and exploring.We We are also-grateful to the programs speciaL".
mending our programs-to the have lots of educationaland fun. inany other local stores, and, For more information ,on
WalmartFoundation," saidDee activities that the children just businesses, that -provided thelibrary's programs, visitthe
Torre, FriendsIof the library love Walmart's support helps. demonstrations, meals; prizes,;' libraryon North Fourth Street
vice president.' assure that good programs will speakers, tickets and' other .or the Nyebsite at www.Nassau
"T.hese progranifs empha- be available again next, year things that helped make the reads.com.


Book Festival gets

The Amelia Island Book 'of the day at schools .with their
Festival has-been chosen by age-appropriate books, talking
Target to receive a grant of about how the book was writ-
$2,000 to help support the 2014 ten, discussing the joys of.read-
Festival's Author Link pro- ing and responding to student
gram. This'grant will purchase questions..
200 books for second-grade The festival's goal is* to ,
students to call their own at "link" each student with an
Yulee Primary School.-: author by providing them with
Author .Link is part of the their own autographed copy of
festival's "Authors in Schools" the book Studeht. are encot-'.
program, which sends/ an' aged'to read the Book alf home
author into every ,.Nassau 'with family members'and by
County public school to meet themselves and report backIto
with students'and their teach- 'the class on their reading expe-
ers. These authors spend most rience. .t. .


LITERARY

LEANINGS

Festiva applhcaltlons
Applications by authors for
the Amelia Island Book ;
Festival's Authors in Schools
;program (Friday, Feb 21,
'2014) will be accepted until
S:Aug. 31. Go to www.amneliaisl
:andbookfestival.com and
download the application.
SApplications forthe ,
' zWriters Workshops (Friday, ,,
Feb.21, 2014) will be accept-
:ed untilAug. 31. Go to '
:www.ameliaislandbookfesti-
;val. con and download the"
:application.
Authors accepted for
Authors in Schools or the
:Writers Workshops will have
first option.to purchase
:exhibitor space for Feb. 22,.,
Book festival. All others may
,apply after October.
You will receive an e-mail
'once your application and
,book has been processed.
:Author assignments will be
chosen by Oct 31. Authors
:accepted for Authors in
SSchools or the Writers
Workshops will be notified by
Nov. 1.
Booksignig
SThe Amelia Island
>Museum-of History will host a
:book signing Sept. 12 from 5-7
p.m. for its new publication,
SMeet me on Amelia Island,
timeless images and flavorful
recipes from the island, at
The Book Loft, 214 Centre St
Taste the recipes included in.
the book, prepared by local,
restaurants, wine pairings pro-
vided by Amelia Liquors and
music by Laid Back. RSVP to
261-7378, ext 101 or
Phyllis@ameliamuseum.org.
Authois marketplace
The Local Author's Market
Place will be held Sept. 28 and
29 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at St
Peter's Episcopal Church, 801
Atlantic Ave., Fernandina
Beach, featuring more than 30
authors, (including New York
Times bestselling authors
Wendy Wax and' Ken Burger),
five workshops, children's
activities, Sonny's BBQ and
more.
An author's luncheon is
scheduled for Sept. 29 from
noon to 2 p.m. at Joe's 2nd
Street Bistro (limited seating).
Tickets are now available.
Visit www.localauthorsmar-
ketplace.net for information
or call 321-6180.
Youngwrites
IThe Nassau Youth Writers
Program meets the third
Tuesday of each month at
Books Plus, 107 Centre St.,
Fernandina Beach.
For more information con-
tact nassauyouthwriters
@gmail.com.


$2,000 grant
Since 1946 Target has given reading encourages more read-
5 pei cent of its profit to local ing and a successful reading
"communfiities Target employ-' experience leads to enhanced
'*,i-alko give volunteer hours to academic performance.
Sthe projicti, funded byTarget. .' Additional Authoir Link
The more than 1,700 Target funds are being sought to allow
*rore_- nationwide pai rher with the program to buy books for
organizations like the Amelia every public school in Nassau
IslarindBopk Festival to meet County. Contact www.ameli-
the needs of communities by aislandbookfestivalcomto con-
inspiring young minds' and ,tribute. The 2014 Amelia Island
, offering unique educational Book Festival will be held Feb.
experiences such as Authors 22, at the Atlantic Avenue
'ih Schools and Author Link. Recreation Center in
STarget and the Amelia Fernandina Beach. Admission
.Island Book Festival agree -'. is free.


HOME & GARDEN BRIEFS


Farmers markets.,
Labor Day Weekend bring. luts ol(' -isi-
tors, family and friends to Amelia Island to '
conclude their summer vacations and what
better place to take then than the down-
town Fernandina Beachl Market Place farni-
ers' market? ..'. .
Fresh breads, natural s6aps, borgaihicdu6g
treats, home canned pickles and spicyjams.
fiesh pasta, delicious olive l alinanles, frozen
prepared dinners, farnistead cheeses. sea-
soial produce, beef jerky, tropical smooth-
ies, beef, pork, cupcakes, desert iIs and more
can all be found on North' Seventh Street,
each Saturday on Amelia Island from 9 a.m.-
'1 p.m., rain or shine. .
Karen Miller is back from hlier summer
off with hei ddliciou.- pits. The faniily-vsze
pie has over.two quarts offilling and she
now offers a smaller pie made just for you -
it is up to you whether to share it 'or .ot. '
Also, for their second appc-arane ai ihe :
Fernandina Beach Market Place is Moore
Pigs, an all-natural pig farm located in
SMadison.'They bring to the market Ilheir all-
natural poik from heritage.bred pigs At
Moore Pigs, their goal is to produce the
highest quality pork by raising happy pigs ..
on pasture, free of both steroids .arid antibi- .
otics. Music on Aug. 31 will be pri6vided by
saxophone player Gabriel-Arnold and Senior
versus Crime is the nonprofit booth.
Visit FernandinaBeachMari-ketPlace.com,
find them on Facebook or call 557-8229.
Jen Asbury of Sunrise Jubilee Farm has *
joined the Amelia Farmers Market as a new
vendor. With 80 acres in Sanderson, Sunrise
has been planting non-GMO vegetables sea-
sonally-including okra, leafy lettuces, broL-
coli, cauliflower and heirloom varieties. Fall
planting will begin shortly so now at the
market,. Sunrise has rainbows of colored
eggs from their 80 free-range Ameraucana
-chickens and gourmet jams and preserves
all made with fresh ingredients.
With fresh fruit, spices, nuts arid inter-.
Sestihg ingredients, there is Caribbean Jam
with fresh grated coconut, mango, banana
and rum, Carrot Cake Janm, Apple Pie Jam
and Caramelized Onion Jam made with
Vidalia onions, roasted garlic, ginger and
fresh lemon juice. Shoppers are using these
as topping for pancakes and waffles, add-
cream cheese for an amazing appetizer, a
glaze for grilled vegetables, topping for ice
cream and a glaze for ham and grilled pork.
The Carmelized Onion is a great topping for
pork chops, chicken or a bagel. Be stire to .
ask Jen what is new as her creations are
becoming very popular just with the
coconut and the coconut farm.
Also at the market on Saturday will be
Clean Ridge Soap featuring their Shea
Butter and Avocado Butter/Cucumber line.
These are perfect for dry skin as shea but-
ter has been known for years to soften dry
skin. Their avocado line has both avocado
butter and oil. All soaps, lotions, balms and
soy candles are hand-crafted in.small batch-
es with no animal testing. Also at the market
every Saturday is Cinnamon Apples with
just the right uniqueness to enhance fish
and pork as well as the perfect ingredient
desserts. Honey is available at the market
every Saturday so stop by Winter Park
Honey and try a sample!
Fresh from Fernandina Beach boats, reg-
ular and jumbo are shrimp available at the
market. From the Mayport boats is a variety
of fish including flounder, grouper and scal-
lops. Mahi-Mahi has been a recent favorite.
With over 25 different gourmet dips, several
of which are also ideal for marinades and


I iubs. Simply Savory Gourmet Dips has a
gi eat variety of dried herbs and spices as
%%ell as now having five varieties of award-
winning olive oils including black truffle
extra virgin, blood orange, garlic and Greek,
and all are bottled as you order ..
Sian up for the E-mail Newsletter at
- \.,wmav n iiaiarrl rer _,m ar-ket come T
award-,winning Amnelia'Farmers Market is .*l
open every Saturday from 9 am.-l p.m. at
the Shops at Omni Amelia Island Plantation.
No pets. please. Call 491-4872 or visit
www anieliafar nersmarket.com. -;
Spiderstalk
SJoin a park ranger for an intriguing pres-,
entation-and gain insight into the spider's
world on Aug 31 at 2 p m at the Ribault
Club on Fort George Island Cultural State
Park. No reservations are necessary and.
the-program is free. For information contact
the Talbot Islands Rangei Station at (904)
251-2320. Visir wwwv floridastateparks.org.
Beach cleanup '
SB-ach keepers Fernandina Beach,in ,
partnership with Nassau County Sierra Club
and the city of Fernandina Beach, will hold'
a beach cleanup at Main Beach on Sept. 3.
This-eventis open to the public. Bags and.
gloves will be provided. MeetattheDolphin
Avenue parking lot at Main Beach at 9 a.m.
For more information contact Beachkeepers
fei nandinabeach@frocketmail.com:
Sea-leverisel,
As part of theCity Resiliency Series,
Fernandina Beach is hosting a presentation,
"Sea-Level Rise and Fernandina Beach," by
Thomas' Ruppert of Florida Sea Grant
Coastal. Planning; on Sept. 5at 7p.m. at the
Peck Center, 516 South 10th St. This lecture:
is open free and open to the public. '
Other lectures in the series include
Alternative Transportation: More than Just
Cars, on Oct 3, presented by thfe North
Florida Transportation Organization, and
Energy Issues in a Changing World, Nov. 7,
presenter to be determined. These lectures
are free and also held at the Peck Center,
sponsored by the Fernandina Beach
Community Development Department For
information call 277-7325 or email
aburke~fbfl.org. .
Union garrison
Fort Clinch State Park will host a Union
Garrison event on Sept 7 from 9 am.-5.p.m.
and Sept 8 from 9 a.m.-noon. Visitors can
interact with living historians to experience
life in the fort as it was in 1864. The grounds
will be,bustling with soldiers in period cos=
tumes involved in firing demonstrations,
marching drills, cooking and daily activities.
Come join' in this unique, family friendly
event Fees include the $6 per vehicle park
entrance fee plus $2 per person fort admis-
sion. For information call
www.FloridaStateParks.org.
Recylecenter
The Nassau County Convenience Center
accepts all items that plug in or are battery
operated, with the exception of TVs with
"tubes," free of charge from county resi-
dents. In addition to e-scrap recyclables the
center also accepts appliances, scrap metal,
tires (four), batteries, aluminum, glass,
newspaper/magazines and plastics.
The Convenience Center is open Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 am. to
5 p.m. and Saturday from 8:30 am. to noon.
For information call 5484972 or 1-877-362-
5035 or go to www.nassaucountyfl.com. Click
on Departments/Solid Waste Department


SThis handsome dog's
name is Knight He is am
American Staffordshire
Terrier mix. He is mostly
white with light brindle spots
on this head and tail and beau-
tiful hazel eyes. Knight is
approximately two years old
and weighs 54 pounds. He is
up-to-date on his shots but is
light heartworm positive. The
adoption fee will cover the
neuter, a one-year rabies vac-
cine and a microchip. Knight
is a sweet, lovable dog. He
knows some basic commands
and knows about treats as
rewards for tricks and good
behavior. We believe he was
an inside dog because he,
keeps a clean kennel. Knight
would make a great family
dog. How can you say no to
that face?, You can see him in,
a video at www.petfinder.com
or www.nassaucountyfLcom.


To see him in person, come to
the Nassau County Animal
Services, 86078 License Road,
Yulee, 491-7440, Tuesday
through Friday, 11 a.m. to 4
p.m., Saturdays 11 am. to 3:30-
p.m. and closed Sundays and
Monday.
This cute little girl kitten is
Karma. She is approximately
6 weeks old. Karma came in
with three other. siblings.
They are strays but love get-
ting attention.
like any kittens, they like
to play and want someone to
love and cherish them.
Karma is gray but her siblings
are either black or black and
gray. Please come see them
'for yourself. The adoption fee
for the kittens and cats is only
$25.
To see them in person,
comie to the Nassau County
Animal Services.,


CATS ANGELS

Missy Whiskersis a petite
black and white tuxedo adult '
female kitty. She has been a
resident ofthe Cats Angel w
Adoption Center over five.
years. Missy'Whiskers was.
overlooked when she was
younger because she was
very shy and ran from any
attention coming her way. She
has gained a lot of confidence d i I
over the last few years and
enjoys head rubs and interac-
don with visitors to the center. S ..
Missy Whiskers would make goods, decorations, used
a great.companion to the spe- books, jewelry; sportsequip-
cial person who will give her meni and Mlore. Please help
love and a bit of patience while C support the kitties through
she getsused to her new life. adoptions, purchases and
Cats Angels is committed to 'donations of resale items ora
helping all our cats, especially :' for cat care especiallyv car lit-
our olderelines, find "aforev- ter and drv./canned stood) it
er" homes this year. All Cats 'is all greatly appreciated '
Angels cats have been Tickets fdor Cats Angels' Walk
spayed/ne utered, tested, vac- 'on tbe Wild Side Safari
cinated, microchipped and -. fundraiser at the Cattv Shack
recee ': Rar1i Wildife'Sanc&tary in'
ex-aim9. Ydu can read more Jacksonville are on sale'atthe
about the catson our website Thrift Store. Your- tow begins
at www.catsangels com Cats on Sept r21 from.6-8 p.m.'
Angels Thrift Store/Adoption 'eTickets are$23for adultsand '
'Center at 709 S. Eighth SL is $13 for children underif
opeh Monday through. ,years0of age.' -
Saturday from 11 am. 1l 5 Be the solution to aiuimal
p.m. or call 321-2267 It's still overpopulation and unwanted"
August and-Homeless litters and have your animals,
Animals month in Fernandina spayed and neutered. We can
Beach. What better time to help you Call Cats Angels at
'make a difference to an ani- 321-2267 for options on low,
mal in need. cost'spay/neuter se.vies,"
'S.. Stop by the Cats'Angels Spay and neuter it's the
i Thrift Stor:e for deal-- on ho~me* respponsibl solution.

> .... NASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY


Boca is a wonderful gAl
who's accustomed to living
with a family, but for financial
reasons they couldn't keep
her anymore. Shd's intelli-';
gent,'affectionate and she
knows exactly how to be a
greatfamily dog and house
dog- and she's ready to show
you right now! She walks very
well on her leash and she's a
Sfavprite of'our staff and our
volunteer dog walkers,
because of her excellent per-
sonality. She's an American
Staffordshire Terrier mix, and
about 3 years old. She has
beautiful brown eyes to go
with her black coat, and the
cutest little teddy bear face.
She's already housetrained,
spayed, up to date on her vac-
cinations and heartworm-free.
She knows how to sit and she
wants to please you. She's not
very big and she's fully .
grown, so she's a great size
for a house dog. She's friendly
and loves to meet people, and
is alert to what's going on
around her. She likes to play
in the yard and enjoys her
wading pool We think she's.
going to make a loving, loyal
pet for some lucky person or
family!
Jolie is one of our cattery
staffs favorites, and we think
she'll be your favorite too!
She's a Domestic Medium
Hair mix, and very pretty,
good-natured and very affec-
tionate. She came to us as a
kitten a little over a year ago


and was adopted into a loving
home. Unfortunately they had
to move and couldn't take her
with them, so now she's'back-
with us. She gets along great
with other cats and has adjust-
ed well to being back in the
cattery, but now that she's
accustomed to living with a'
family, she'd love to be back in .
a home where she could
share her love with you 24-7.
She has always been an.
extremely loving kitty, and
she'll give you a warm greet-.,
ing and ask for loving. She
also has a beautiful tuxedo
coat and gorgeous eyes, and
pretty white socks on her-"
paws. She's still a young cat
and likes to play, but she's
easy-going and has a dignity
about her that we think you'll
find endearing. You can find
bios, pictures and videos of
our adoptable dogs and cats at
our website, NassauHumane
Society.com.
Our Second Chance resale
store is having a Labor Day
Weekend Sale this coming
Saturday and Monday! We'll
have special sales, homemade
goodies and a spirit of thanks-
giving for all our customers
and volunteers who bring
their hard-earned money to
our store and spend it to help
our homeless animals! Second
Chance is at 1002 South 14th
St in the Eight Flags
Shopping Center, 321-0022,
open Monday-Saturday 10'
am.-5:30 p.m.


NASSAU COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES







WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28.2013 AROUND TOWN News-Leader


PEOPLE &PLACES


SPECIAL EVENTS

ACcomedy
Amelia Community Theatre
presents 'The 25th Annual
Putnam County Spelling Bee"
Aug. 28-31 at 8 p.m., a Tony
Award-winning musical come-
dy where six young people,
played by adults, compete in
spelling bee and learn that
winning isn't everything and
Losing doesn't make you a
loser. (Note, this pfay contains
adult subject matter.)
Tickets are $20 adults and
$10 students. To purchase cal
S261-6749 or go onlinre at
Swww.ameliacommunitythe-
atre.org. Amelia Community
Theatre is located at 207
Cedar Street, Femandina
Beach." '
PartyfortheY
On Aug. 30 from 5-8 p,m.
Omni Hotels'& Resorts Amelia
I. island Plantation will host a
Boardwalk Bash to benefit the
.. McArthur' Family YMCA, at
", The Sh6ps of Amelia Island'
SPlantation, 6800 First Coast
Hwy The evening will offer
games and entertainment,,
S" including abounce house,
face painting, S.A.F.E.'arcery
Competitions, live music, raffle
\ prizes, carnival games,,coqm
Sole, a hula hoop contest and
Sa complimentary outdoor
Movie. A variety of refresh-
ments will be ,available from
popcorn to.Sno cones and
more.
S All proceeds will benefit thE
McArthur Family V's car+ii.
paign to raise money for '
scholarships so children and
families may access its many
programs. Tickets can be pur-
chased at the event for'$S1
each or $5 for a wristband
with unlimited bounce house.
For advance tickets visit the Y
or call Nicole Brown at 261-
1080, ext 109. Visit the "
Calendar of Events'at
www.firstcoastymca.org/branc
h/mcarthur for information.
Radloiplay'
SJoe Landry's"The 39
Steps:. A Live, Radio Play,"
Based on Hitchcock's classic
tiale and performed a a
1940s-era radio pJay, opens a
fthe Fernandina Little Theatre,
1014 .eehoejn'Au.i'arG
: .for only four performances;,'
This fast-paced thriller through
Sthe signature world of the .,,
Master of Suspense features
Karen Antworth, Jeff
Ooldberg, Amelia Hart, Jack.
Mulligan. Frank O'Donnell,,.
SJoe Parker, Anniette.Rawis'
Sand Stekyv Rawls.
Performances are Aug. 31
and Sept. 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.rr
and Sept. 1 at 4:30 p.m., -
Tickets are $8 and available ir
advance at The UPS Store in
the island Publix shopping
center. FLT is a. small,' intimate
Space and patrons are .
Sencouragedto'purchase tick-
ets in advance to ensure seat
Sing availability For FLT infor-
mation or directions; check o0
ameliaflt.org '
Jazzatbeach
The American' Peach'
Property Owners' Association
Inc. is sponsoring its second
jazz series for 2013 featuring
Akia Uwanda on Saturday,
Sept. 7 from 4-7 p.m.at t
Bumrney Park at historic
American Beach. Food will be
available for purchase by Mi.
Dee's Catering. Bring your
lawn chairs. The event is free
but donations willbe accepted
Sfor future jazz series concets
To leammore about Uwanda
': visit www.akiauwanda.net.
THIS WEEK

Bingo Thursdays-
The public is invited to plaI
* bingo every-Thursday at the
Legion, 626 S. Third St.,
Femandina Beach, in the
large smoke-free meeting hal
Doors open at 5;30 p.m. and
early bird games start at 6:05
p.m., with regular play begin-
ning promptly at 6:30 p.m. Th
bingo session is nine games
for $20, with-multiple jackpots
paid out. For questions email
post54bingQ@yahoo.com.
Proceeds support programs
sponsored by the American
'Legion.
Just Friends


The Just Friends Single
Society meets once-a month
for dinner. If you are single
and over the age of 55, call
321 -1116 to join. It's free to
register..
Meditation group
The Amelia Insight sitting
group (Sangha) meets every
Tuesday at the Dome Healing
Center from 7:30 to 9:15 p.m
They start with a reading and
discussion of a verity of maie
rial related to the practice and
philosophy of Insight


Meditation and mindfulness,
Followed by a 45 minute sitting
(30 plus 15 minutes). Anyone
interested in meditation is
e invited to attend all or part of
the-gathering. To learn more
go to ameliainsght.org or call
261-9143.
GerrfsCoer .
a Gerris Corner of Comfort,
a nonprofit resource center for
women with cancer, answers
questions in a confidential set-
S-ting, provides support group
information, brochures, refer-
ence materials.,a lending
I1 library and more through
trained volunteers. It offers
stylish head coverings, iair-
pieces, sleep caps, chemo
bags with necessities and
comfort pillows fr~e of charge.
Open Monday-Friday from
noon to 4 p.m. in Maxwell Hall
at Memorial United Methodist
Church on North Sixth Street,
a downtown Fernandina Beach.
Call 277-0099..
'Genealogygroup
":.Genealogy group meetings
arer held at Yulee United
SMqthodist Churchf, 86003 :
Christian Way, Yulee, the sec-
ond and fourth Thursdayof
y' each month from 9-11 a:m.
SNew members are welcome.
Call 2255381 or Paulette
I Murrin at 548-9752 for infor-
mafion. _
NassauNAMIM
Nassau NAMI (National
Alliance on Mental Illness)
3. hosts advocacy meetinrigs the
third Thursday of each month
at 6 p.m. at the Northeast
Community Action Agency,
S1303 Jasmine St., Suite 100,
Fernandina Beach, free and
open to .all . .. .
Support groups for anyone.
with a mental health diagnosis
'. are Fridays at 11 a.m. at the
Council on Aging, 1367 South
18th St., led by psychiatric .
nurses and free of charge..
S; Family support meetings,
Also free, are the fourth
SThursday at7 p.m. for
'family members/caretakers pf
those with a mental health
diagnosis,' at St. Peter's
Episcopal Church, 801
Atlantic Ave.
t, Nassau NAMI provides
,. eme,[e,y rYledijations,. .^
emerged*, anIal aerviceA,
referrals/support and toiletries/
h shoes to individuals with
chronic mental illness. To
learn more or to volunteer,
Contact President Lisa Mohn
Sat 277-1886 or emaiflNassau
NAMIFIorida @ gmail.com.


bears and guests are welcome.
Proceeds will go to cancer aid
arid research.
Museum program
The Amelia Island
Museum of History, 233 S.
Third St., invites you to attend
a special program on Aug. 30
at 6 p.m. Author Dr. Joe
Knestch will deliver a presen-
tation on 'The Depression Era
in Florida."
In the early 1930's
much of the world plunged
into an economic recession
that would have a major
impact on the socio-political
atmosphere of the United
SStates until WWII. Knestch's
presentation will be based on
the book Florida in the Great
Depression: Desperation and
Defiance, coauthored with
Nick Wynn. .-
This program at the muse-
um is free for members and a
suggested donation of $5 for
non-members. For informa-
tion contact Gray at 261.-7378,
ext. 102, orgray@ameliamu-
seum.org.
YouthAft
The IslandArtAssociation
offers free classes for kids
and their families, including
Children's Art, ages .6-9, Aug.
S31 from 10-11 a.m. and 11:15
a.m.-1 2:15 p.m.; ages 10-13
years from 1-2:15 p.m.
Susan Dahl of the Island
.Art Association leads the .,..
classes. Pre-register at the
gallery, 18 N. Second*St.,f
Femandina Beach, 261-7020..
CatfIshfest
' The 31st Annual Labor
Day Weekend Kingsland
Catfish Festival will be held
Aug. 31 from a.m. -6 p.m; .
. Sept. 1 from noon to 6 p.m.;
-. and Sept.2 from 7a.m,.-6
p.m. in downtown Kingsland's'
S.Historic Royal District along
US 17 and Highway 40-. L;
Georgia; .. '
For-information contact the.
Kingsland Welcome Center at
(912) 729:5999 or-, ,
, Sarah @VisiKingsland.com.
NEXT WEEK

* Sausage sandwiches
L The VFW Ladies Auxiliary
w il serve Italian sausage and
pepper sandwiches for Labor
Day, Sept. 2 at 4 p.m for a $6
donation. Also, they will be
raffling a basket of cheer for
$1 a chance. Come early and
get your tickets All proceeds ,,
will go9 to.lJ V(p ,VV Vet ,ns .q,,
SVillage in Fort McCoy. The
SVFW is located at 96086
Wade's Place, under the .
SShave Bridge.
JBiggathering
IJoin Big Brothers Big


:,-- sisters ot Northeast l-ionida in
Maritime MUSeum '..'. aninformal setting on Sept. 5
,The Maritime Museum Of,. '.. from 6-8 p m. at Caf.6 Karibo,
Amelia Island hosts a program 28 N. Third St., to find out how
on a current topic every Friday you can make a difference in
at 6 p.m. The programs are the life of a child. Visit with
jointly sponsored by the other Bigs already mentoring
museum and Amelia : a child in the program and find
Research and Recovery, LLC,: out what a difference you can
the Amelia-based company make with youth in your own
that searches for and recovers community '' :, .. .
sunken treasure from Spanish Being a Big Brotheror Big
Galleons. The museum is Sister doesn't mean being a
located at 1335 S. Eighth St. perfect role model, it means
No reservations are needed. : ; be'ingyourself with a new
Call (904) 838-6688 or (904) friend; .
838-6619. .Complimentary appetizers
38-66-' "' 'rr hvraa will hbe served


^Free^ ^.yoga'..<'
; In recognition for all that
teachers do, Y Yoga Inc. at
Gateway to Amelia, Suite
201 E, is offering free classes
to all teachers through August.
a For information contact Liz
-Kawecki at 415-9642.

C, connected Warrior, a gen-
d' tie, peaceful, restorative yoga,
is offered every Tuesday at
7:30 p:m. at Go Yoga,'708 S.
Eighth St.
This program is-ongoing
and free to militaryM Veterans
and their families. For informa-
tion e-mail info@goyo- -
y gaamelia.com.

Computffwodkshop
A beginner Laptop
I. Workshop will be held in
SSeptember at the Council On
Aging East Nassau, 1367
South 18th StC, Femandina
e Beach, for people interested in
learning the basics of their
S computer. The class will be
taught by Jan Cote-Merow,
Computer Coach, who has
been teaching private and
group lessons on Amelia.
Island for the past 10 years.
The cost of each session is a
donation of $10 to Council on
Aging, a 501.c3 not-for-profit
charity. Call Jan at 583-2870
-for dates and registration
information.
Tast of the Orient
.The VFW Ladies Auxidliary
-will host Taste of the Orient
Night on Aug. 30 at 5:30 p.m.
Dinner will include lumpia, ,
g sweet and sour pork, pancit
and garlic rice for an $8 dona-
tion. Karaoke with, Big Doug
will follow. The VFWis located
Sat 96086 Wade's Place, under.
the Shave Bridge. All mem- -


261-9500 or by e-mail rcraw-
ford@bbbsnefl.org
Band rcrumiing
The Nassau Community
Band is recruiting new mem-
bers and they want you. This
ensemble is made up of ama-
teur musicians, retired and
current music educators, even
folks that have not played
since high school or college.
The Nassau Community Band
is welcoming all interested
persons tojoin them for the
first rehearsal of the new sea-
son Sept. 5 at 6 p.m. in the
Yulee Middle School band
room, 85439 Miner Road.
They will discuss upcoming
events for the fall, answer
questions and rehearse.
Email info@nassaucommuni-
.tyband.com, call'band
President Chuck Belinski at
277-1257 or check out their
Facebook pagb, search
"Nassau Community Band."
Budgetwodichops
The University of Florida
Extension Service and-
Barnabas Center will present
Grocery Shopping on a*
Budget from 10 a.m.-T p.m.
Sept. 6 at the Peck Center
reception room and Sept. 27
at thie Callahan Fairgrounds .
Multipurpose Room. Learn
how to reduce your food costs
and eat nutritionally. ,
SThe workshop is free and
open to the public. Reserve
your spot. Contact Laura-
Laroche at (904)879-1019.
Wlngnoght
The Northeast Chapter of
the Nam Knights will host a -
Wing and French Fry dinner
.Sept. 7 at 5:30 p.m. for a $V
.donation, at the VFW Post .
4351 .Come out early for.
SMeat Madness at 4 p.m. and
Syou could win steaks,. ribs,
pork chops or chicken for $1 a.
chance. The VFW is located"
at,96086 Wade's Place, under
the Shave Bridge:. .
COMING UP

Artdemo, '.
S The Plantation Artists'
Guild and Gallery, 94 Amelia
Village Circle at the Spa and
-Shops of the Omni Amelia
SIsland Plantation, will host a
Free demonstration by'
Jacksonville gallery owner .
i Eileen Corsq on Sept. 9 at 2-
p.m. Corse paints in oils using
brushes and palette knives
and has received several
, 1,award. and been recognized
Sasoneo f 12 of Jacksonville's
emerging artists to watch.'
She recently sponsored
the Women Painters of the
Southeast members' show
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representing artists from
across the country.RSVP to
the gallery at 432-1750 to
attend the demonstration.
Newcomers coffee
The Newcomers Club of
Amelia Island will host its
monthly coffee on Sept. 12 at'
10:30 a.m. Women interested
in joining the club and who
reside in Nassau County (no
matter how long they have
lived here) are welcome to
attend. For information con-
tact Lulu Elliott at luluelliott@
hotmail.corh or 548-9807 (or
other contact on the coffee
committee), or visit www.new-
comersofameliaisland.com.
BluhiesFest
The third annual Amelia
Island Blues Festival is set for
Sept. 13 and 14 in downtown
Femandina Beach, with music.
that showcases blues in a
family friendly atmosphere
while assisting local charities
and school music programs.
SThe Ifdstival kicks off with a
free Sounds on Centre
Concert from 6-8 p.m. Friday
featuring Albert Castiglia and
the "Blues in School" Band.
Please bring a canned good
for the local Barnabas Food
Bank. An after-party wil be
held at The Palace Saloon on
CentreLStreet.
Saturday is a ticketed
event at-hhe Femrnandina
SHarbor Marina from 10:30
a.m.-8 p.m. Tickets are $20 in
advance at www.ameliais-
landbluesfest.com, or $25 at
the gate.:Sheffield's at the
Palace will host an after-party
starting at 10p.m. Visit ,
www.ameliaislandbluesfesti-
val.com for details and tickets.
Business expo
'Cedar Haven will host an
Extravaganza Business Expo
on Saturday, Sept 14 from 10
Sa.m.'-3 p.m. at the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center
auditoriumrn, 2500.Ailantic Ave.
Join organizers for entertain-
ment, food and fun and more
'than 30 vendors, as Well as
foodby Ms. Pamfrom' .-,
Christopher's Peir II and live
; entertainment: Admission is
$3 per adult and $1 per child..
All proceeds will benefit Cedar
Haven Transitional House for
homeless women.
Class reunion
The Femandina Beach
High School Class of 1967
reunion will be held Sept!; 21,


5:30-10:30 p.m., at the Oyster
Bay Yacht Club Bay House.
Low country boil, BYOB, set-
up provided. Tickets are $25
per person. RSVP and mail
check or money order to Dale
Deonas, 9 North 14th St.,
Femandina Beach, FL 32034.
For more information call
Dorothy at (904) 631-5151,
Dale at (904) 753-4077, Frank
at (904) 206-3943 or Emma at
415-2036.
Food &wine tasting
On Sept. 28 at 6 p.m. at
the Ocean Club of Amelia,
2080 South FletcherAve.,
enjoy up to 24 outstanding
- wines, including Caymus,
Duckhom, Rodney Strong
and Stag's Leap, available for
tasting with 5-6 food stations
during a Food and Wine
Tasting with beautiful oceaq
views, presented by A Taste of
Wine by Steve. Tickets are
$50 per person. Make reser-
vations and payment to Steve
at the Wine Store; 5174 First
Coast Hwy., Amelia Island.
COAgala
..Join the Nassau County .
Council on Aging for "A
Sentimental Journey," anArt
Deco themed gala fundraiser
from 7-10 p.m. Oct, 4 at the
Omni Amelia Island Plantation
featuring music, live and silent
auctions and more. Tickets
are $75. Call 261-0701, e-mail
info.@coanassau.com or visit
coanassau.com.
WineFest
Tickets are now on sale for
Sthe second annual Amelia
Island Wine Festival, hosted
by the Amelia Farmers
Market. '"Taste the Southern
Hemisphere" will showcase .
wines from Argentina, Chile,
Australia, NeW Zealand and ,
South Africa on Oct. 12 from:
'11 a m.-5 p.m. at the Shops of
Omni Amelia Island
Plantation Wine ticket holders
($50 in adyance/$60' atthe'
gate)'will be able to sample
dozens:ofwines from over 20
wineries~and sample food by
local restaurants. ,
-'The-Wihe Walk is open to
everyone to shop for .wineand
artisan-crafted treasures.
Guests must be 21 to pur-'
'chase or consume alcohol,'
SI.D- required, and wine and
food sampling are available
bnly With ticket. 'For details
or to purchase tickets visit I
www.ameliawine.dom or call
491-4872. "


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Northeast Florida Community
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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Organized in 1965, Northeast Florida
community Action Agency, Inc.
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individuals and families by. providing
employment, education, housing repair,
youth programs and emergency
assistance and other anti-poverty
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Services are provided outreach offices
in Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau,
Putnam and St. Johns counties.
Central offices are located in the City of
Jacksonville, Florida.
The executive director position has
strategic, tactical and operational
responsibilities for sustainability and'
execution of the Agency's.mission. The
ideal candidate must have knowledge,
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problem solving techniques, to name a
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Qualifications: Bachelors Degree
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Lots of furniture, misc., decorative,
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MARSH CREEK VILLAGES 3 homes:
93042, 93035, & 93028 Harbor Ct.
Small .kIdtchen appl's, waffle Iron,
toaster oven', cookbooks, glass & brass
tea cart, 5-pc white wicker porch furn.,
frame prints, CD's, very nice, heavy
silver plate .from 50's, & so much more.

.FRONT & CENTRE WAREHOUSE
SALE Lamps, art, furniture, consoles,
side tables & more. 30%-70% off. Also
sale at store In front of Bretts Water-
way, Fri. 8/30 Mon. 9/2, lOam-Spm
316'Ash St. Downtown. 277-2660.

BBQ MEGAGA YARD SALE Blackrock
Baptist Church, 'across from Ron
Arderson Chevrolet, at the corner of
Blackrock Rd. & SR200. Sat. 8/31
' from 8am-4p,.
ESTATE SAL Broyhlll china cab,
dinette w/6" chalrs, sofa bed.
rme 'incrs, lam taCblcs. mar,, .lamps,.
TV slanas, rVs. mirrors, many
pictures, china, glassware, hmilk
glass, costume Jewelry, silk florals,I
oor lamps, ant. enor table, ant.I
llanic chair, corner wall shelf,
drapes religious -items, suitcases,
queen beo n frame, matching chest,
aFrtser, nite stands, hand carved
hat rack, ant blanket chest Hoover
steam ac. vanity stool, bath. Items,
linens, wheeled Walkers, Sharp
microwave, many kitchen Items,
cleaningrefrigerator, washer; ryer,
alrpurifiers, 2 full size beds, 1940s
chest, matching end tables, Singer,i
small glass top tables, Christmas,
books, movies, folding metal chairs,
yard tools, tool chest, old kitchen
table, Gorilla ladder, grass hog,
Craftsman blower, Troy Bllt 5550
watt'generator, Craftsman electric
saw, large tarp, yard cart for riding
mower, corner cabinet. Aug. 29, 30,
& 31, Thursan., Fri.& Sat., 8am-3pm
87521 Hlaven Rd., Yulee, FL. Take
Chester to Roses Bluff to. Haven,
follow the red & white'signs.


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602 Articles forSale
;: JCAYAKS FOR SALE BassPro Ascend
,FS10 $375. BassPro Ascend FS128T
--$575. Watersnake 24 Inch composite
shaft 34 Ib thrust saltwater trolling
-motor $125. Phone (904)225-5259.
TV ARMOIRE Charleston Style,
white 60" corner cabinet. Beautiful, but
noved to 'a smaller place. Paid $600:
' Will take $225; Call (803)341-2456

611 Hotme FumIshngs ,
IN GOOD CONDITION Dining table
with 6 chairs. China cabinet with glass'-
top and wine storage in bottom
*-cabinet. Make offer. (904)707-1315
1612 MusicaI Inswrdlnnte]


FOR SALE -. Vose & Sons mahogany
finish 5 ft. BABY GRAND PIANO
with bench. Restrung & refinished
in 1995. Beautiful sound. Sacrifice
at $5,000. To play, call (904)753-
,-36;43,..".': . *. .'

O'6f.5 Fre Iftems -
L.J=ULL MATTRESS & BOX SPRING
SET used rarely in guest room Not
"i'ancy but in good condition. FREE, Call
',904)557-1053.

SALE

i SO..2tI obiie Homes
,MOBILE' HOMES -. with acreage.
,.-.Ready to move in. Seller financing
w/approved credit. Lots of room for the
price, 3BR/2BA. No renters, (850)308-'
6473. LandHomesExpress.com. ANF


J3Y OWNERS Beautiful 3/25 on fresh
- water lake in, Marsh'Lakes subdivision,
; very private Two decks'overlooking
Slake and ntracoastal. Short distance to
,.;:community pool, tennis courts, ',and
..-playground.' Call 277,0661 for
.'appointment '
OCEANFRONT: LOT in Jacksonville
Beach. Zoned & ready. to build on.
Reduced to $589,900. (904)868-2150
...rokar/Owner
:Waterfront Homes & Lots Call
9 904) 261-4066 for information. C H
i..asserre, Realtor.


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FOR SALE BY OWNER 1.5 acre lot,
Lofton Creek area. $60,000. Owner
will finance. Call (717) 507-7866.
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HUNTER'S PARADISE- with pond
$3375/acre. 45 minutes from Nash-
ville. Tracts from 41- to .560 acres w/
timber, food plots, & views. Call (931)
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LASSERRE REAL ESTATE, INC.
3028 S. 8th StJAIA, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
ww--\i.lasserrerealestate.com info@lasserrerealestate.com 904-261-4066


Awesome ,iew ofEgan's Creek & Fort Clinch
St Park. Single .family estate lot adjacent to.
historic landmark Amelia Island Lighthouse.
37044- ft on Navigable side of Egan's Creek
and is one of the highest elevations on the east
coast.
$995.000 MLS# 37069


-1Itr. ST PI1.. BLT
-in Lofton Oaks ot .large corner lot with
Sfenced in back yard. There is additional park-
ing in the back yard with parking pad and
Sgated accs' to rear yard. Master bedroom
'has oversized walk-in shower and a large
walk-in closet. .
$137,500 MLS#59700





85500 AVANT ROAD
Truly unique home build over Lofton Creek.
At high tide you can fish from the front or
back porch. There is also a private boat
ramp...Fisherman's delight!
- $220,000 MLS#59259


1627 BROOME STR "T
cottage Es/ate Sale Brick home 2BRr.BA
aose to the Beach and Downtown, 400 sq.ft.
Garage, 1200 sq.ft. Heated/Cooled.

$214,500 MLS#600S8


SOUTH FLETCHER AVENUE
Pristine 75' Oceanfront lot on Amelia Island.
Your chance to own one of the few remaining
Oceanfront lots available on Amelia Island.
Buy now fo eiqter investment or tolbuld.
S 525,000 MLS#56671


IUOIUIVUI WJ.J UK/2,A
split bedroom. Custom bailt-in shelvig, granite coun-
tertops. Garage isheatd&cooleadt located on the south
n.d of Araa Ialsland, hoae in aGb-ide. Sout ith ait
championship golfcourse. ". .
$469,"0 MLS#59079


RACHAELAVENUE 7'5'xlOO"100'lot,$130,000 '
. 1 RGI C Ll[ *,,- ,r. ,:,-r-..- :n *r.' aIt. rieelk OvC ,,tr sillin 1.>
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SCOONER LANDING is centrally located on the "..1 i. ci. e ao
. the beach, and shopping.'this is for lot 20 & 21 togettef. Sx:.)' I)
$95,000 MLS#55195 .
CENTRALLY LOCATED on.the ila...i. Huf A :re corner 1t in
River Oaks Spbdivisibn;-ust over.the bridge and dosVn the Amelia
Island Parkway, $79,500 MLS#57083 '
2.66 ACRE LOT in Nassamvilie, undeveloped and ready to build.
DcrJe.] A,-:,''. I... Kti'lt.., Acre oa.)iL Ramp and shbon rdsum.a e
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For information, call: 904.261.7000


O8 vUOO US lwy 1.7
Well-abuit ADA accessible e building on a 3.8 acre lot
Comamerial Intensive Zoluring Allows operationaof
most businesses. Listing is for building and land
only. nsome of the equipment and invenatorty may be
purchased.
$375,000 MLS#58403


PIRATES POINT.ROAD in Pirates Woods, .82 acre lot,:commu-
rnt hit. p:ol c:lotrl ( iit ramp ir,' 1J:,ck $69,000 MVLS#58629
%'ESOhlE Vi, ,:, Eg.a ,1.e, k F- Clinch StatePar-k, sin-
gle family estate lot adjacent to historic landmark Amelia Island.
Linth,.ts.,rae 3". ft. 'qn navigable Egans Creek. One of the higl-
eat elevan.:.n- -, tue east coast. Possible oceanview and/or view of '
donownto Femrnandia Beach. Tree/top/boundary survey on file' ,
$995,000 MLS#37069 I
'Ocean front 75 ft lot $435,000 MLS 56671
DESIRABLE 1 ACRE Lot-on the South End of the Island,'
Be udfAorev .it Eitet ;iz'd dl-..-i A. L t:fi' diffiic-I,' Hrd, pr-,.'l-
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Great Ocean View Duplex, 3BR/2BA
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852 Mobile Homes
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starting $1t5 .- 1. '- :, r-.:, + dep. Utils
avail. Off Island r, .1k6; 3/2 SWMH,
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3BR/2BA Fenced yard, on Harts Rd.
$850/mo. Call (904)225-2587.
YULEE Nice .2BR SW $650 rental
available. Water inc. Small dog or
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5999. Possible rent to own.
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utilities & WiFi included. (904)225-5577.


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mo. + dep, ind all utils, long term. Al-
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or monthly. Call for Details 251-5034.

856 Apartments
Unfurnished
SMALL STUDIO APARTMENT -
Utilities included. $500/mo. + $500
security deposit. Service animals only.
No smoking. Call (904)583-3811.

POST OAK APTS
now accepting applications (904)
277-7817. Affordable living located
at 996 Citrona Dr., Femandina
Beach, FL Rent starts at $572 per
month. Central A/C. 1 & 2 bedroom
apts avail. TDD Hearing Impaired
number #711 "This institution is an
equal opportunity provider and
employer."Equal Housing
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MADDOX RENTALS (904)261-9129
SLong Term Rentals Available
Amelia- Island Plantation Club Villas
2BR/2BA. Furnished.
Starting at $1400/mo.


3BR/2BA off of Harts Rd. $900/mo.
+ $900 deposit. Available 9/1/13. Palm
III Rentals (904)321-0457.
3BR/2BA FOR RENT $750/mo. Pets 2BR/2BA CONDO on the beach.
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2 RENTALS Townhome 3BR/2.SBA
ready now, show hike new, $1195.
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MADDOX RENTALS (904)261-9129
Long Term Rentals Available
Spanish Oaks Circlde
3BR/2BA, unfurnished, $1500/mo.
Anigo Blvd.
3BR/2BA w/office, unf., $1500/mo.

1861 Vacation Rentals
OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,
Realtor, for special rates.

VACATION CHALET ,- in N. Carolina
Mountains. River overlook, cozy, well
furnished, majestic views. Peaceful.
$550 a week. Call (904)757-5416.


EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES Office
space from 100 sq. ft, to 2,000 sq. ft.
Includes utilities. Internet, common
area receptionist,' conference room,
break room, & security. For info call
(904)753-4179, ,.
BEAUTIFUL GATEWAY TO AMELIA
Office Space All utilities, CAM, & tax
Included. 2 rooms, 370sf. $695. Call
(904)753-0117. '".



1 901 Automobiles
1989 LINCOLN'TOWN CAR 98K
miles, good condition, 5.0 V8, new
A/C, fully autgnoIatic. $2500/OBO.
(904)845-7498
'02 DODGE DURANGO Bought new,
Well kept. Good tires, cold A/C. $3,000.
Serious caller only (904)412,6195.










*A.TLANTIC :AVENUE: ....
2BRI1BA upstairs unit close to
*the beach & historic downtown,
900 sq. ft. $850/mo. Available
(10/1/13.
*COTTAGE COURT:
3BR/2BA upstairs condo at
Stoney Creek. 1,600 sq. ft. 1 car
garage. $1,025 per month.
Available 9/15/13
HIBISCUS COURT: 3BR/ 2.5
BA Condo at Amelia Green.
1,800 ft. Screened patio. 1-car
garage. $1,395/mo. Available
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RESIDENTIAL
LONG TERM RENTALS
5 Point Plaza 1,200 sq. ft.,$13 sq. ft. +
$350 cam & tax
3BR/2BA home on Lofton Creek
2,600 sq.ft., Dock, garage/workshop,
Large lot, gourmet kitchen, many
other bonus's $l ,950/mo. Plus utilities.
Ocean Park, 3BRI2BA Furnished with
I-car garage, available monthly or long
term $2,200 with utiies included.
VACATION RENTAL
*AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY
2BR/IBA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher,
Across the street from the beach. All
udl, wi-fi,TV & phone.
*3BRJ3BA townhome in Sandpiper
Loop $18S0/wk plus taxes &cleaning


fee.
COMMERCIAL
2 BR/i BA mobile home, on Island,
$800/mo + utifliues.
*Five Points Village, 1,200 sq. ft.AIA/S. 8th
St. exposure Great for retail, services.
or office$1200/mo.+ sales tax.
*850688 US HWY 17,1,210 sq.ft building
with 3.8 acres of fenced property, for-
merly a Nursery with some outbuilding
and a green house still on property
* Two 800sf Office/Retail spaces, can be
joined for one, 1.600 sq ft space. AIA
next to Peacock Electric $12/sq. ft +
CAM &Tax
*Amelia Park Unit B small office (2
rooms) with bath, 576 sq. ft. $10501/mo.
+sales tax
* 1839 S. 8th St adjacent to Huddle
House, 1,800 sq.ft. $1700/mo. lease +
tax- Sale also considered.
904.26. 06I6