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-A family of Canada geese raised around retention ponds on Sadler and Will Hardee roads has the right of way to traffic here. Many neigh-
bors appreciate these birds and enjoy following their doings. But now the group has doubled in size, and some residents find these fowl
'to be a nuisance. Wild Ways, 12A.





Teen center now fitness center


ANGELAbDAUGHTRY .
Neu's Leader
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A '3,800-square-foot, teen center
built in 2009 as part of an expansion
of the city's Atlantic Avenue
Recreation C .,-ie is -now, being
offered to city employeeI and resi-
dents as an adult fitness center.
According to Recreation Director
Nan Voit, the teen center initially
attracted up to 20 middle and
high-school aged kids-daily when it
first opened in 2009, but the
number dropped to zero after a few
Months.
"We offered activities and the kids
signed up ... but at that age, they don't
like supervision. They just stopped
using it," Voit said. "We just couldn't
justify paying someone to staff the
center."
\Voit said recreational staff tried


'The kids just stopped using it. We just couldn't justify
paying someone to staff the center'
S. NAN VOlT .:
S .. CITY RECREATION DIRECTOR


eri ting o ut the space for events such
as birthday parties, but did not have
much success. ,
"We had to identify another use
for the building," Voit said. "We
thought the teen center would be a
big success." At one time it offered
activities such as videogames and
homework assistance, as well as
movie nights on Saturdays with new
movie releases, plus trivia night on
Tuesday and Ping-Pong tourna-
ments.
According to Voit, two department


staff members eventually found a
local businessman trying to get
rid of a large amount of commercial
fitness equipment. The city was the
only party to bid on the equipment
and acquired it for about $8,000, Voit
said. The equipment, which now fills
the one-time teen center, was esti-
mated to be worth around $100,000,
she said.
The new fitness center, which
opened in July, does not duplicate the
fitness equipment at the Peck
Community Center, Voit said, because


it has. more treadmills and cardio
equipment and the weightlifting
equipment is more user-friendly for
the inexperienced
City employees use the city's fit-
tiess centers, gyms and pools for free,
VAlt said, as,part of their employee
benefits package. City residents pay
$25 monthly or g3 a day, and non-citvy
residents pay.$31 monthly or S5 a
day.' .
According to City Parks &
Recreation Manager Jay Robertson,.
the fitness center is used most morfi-
ings by 15-20 people, and. by about
the same number later in the day. He...
also provides personal training for a
fee at the center.
Robertson said' the recreation
department will be putting together a
new recreational package for resi-
FITNESS Cottinued on 6A


budget



passes



...but
MARYMAGUIRE
News-Leader
.' Nassau County Commissioners
' signed off Monday night on the fiscal
2013-14 budget, which starts Oct 1.
approving the $155 million spending
.plan at the current property tax rate
with a 5-0 vote.
But budget talks continue.
Board members say that cutting
waste and saving money will be an
ongoing discussion, and Chair Danny
Leeper is calling for a closer look at
how the county's five constitutional
Officers are spending their money. He
took specific aim at Clerk of Court
SJohn Crawford.
Leeper says taxpayers fund two
department heads in the clerk's office,
including Crawford and deputy clerk
T.J. "Jerry" Greeson, who previously
held the clerk's job for more than 20
years. Now Leeper wants to know why.
"Mr. Greeson is one of the hardest
working clerks we've ever had, but,.
why do we need a clerk and,the ex-
clerk in the office?" said Leeper in an
interview after the board meeting. "I'm
not trying to pick a fight with the clerk
but the question needs to be asked."
SThe constitutional officers are peo-
ple who have been elected to office
under specific provisions of the Florida
Constitution. In addition to the clerk,
They include Property AppraiserA.
Michael Hickox. Tax Collector John
Drew. Supervisor of Elections Vicki
';',.Peterson Cannon and Sheriff Bill
* Leeper. (Bill Leeper--is--chairman
-.&Leper's brother i
.'When budget talks were heating
up earlier this suLI mmer, all department
heads were asked to make spending
cuts. Sheriff Leeper sent the board a
letter stating that no more cuts could
be made to the department without
jeopardizing public safety.
S He isn't alone. All department
heads have told the board that they
combed through, their budgets and
can't find more cuts without lowering
service quality.
"Yes, they told us they did," said
COUNTY Continued on 3A


Remember: 'Middle Passage'


brought Africans to Americas
ANGELA DAUGHTRY ---aer--b---
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: nn mlminn wants to give
voice to the history of the
Middle Passage in a,
"framework of remem-
brance."
: That is why she founded the
Middle Passage Ceremonies & Port
Markers Project in 2011. Chinn's
goal is to honor the estimated two
million Africans who died ,in the
trans-Atlantic slave-trader voyage
known as the Middle Passage, which
began as far back as the 16th centu-
ry. She also wants to raise awareness
bf the role Afilca n4 played in the
founding of the New World.
Chinn, originally-from
Washington, D.C., has'scheduled an
Ancestral Remembrance Ceremony
at San Carlos Plaza in Old Town on
,aturday at 3 p.m.The Middle
Passage Remembrance Ceremony is


p I I yuup Ill ilt"Ias- g .rt elU o3alinoiliim l iwi ol;I ie l l lUlny will uiIDe neiu ai
9an Carlos WPi itM Old Tow'i6 noaturdag at 3 p.m. as part of the Viva
Florida .0 oelebrafot The ceremony will feature a performance by the.
Peck Com3.mtnity.Ense'mbre, Queen Quet of the ilj[|ah Geechee Nation
and locAlb6nmunltq,4ctivists, Neal Fdnrik ad Gwen Triay. Visit www.mid-
dlepassageproject.otg. ,..', '. .
F:r information onlpcal Viv& Florida 500 events, call the Amelia Island
MuseUm of History at 261 -7378, visit wwwameliamuseum.org or email
gray@ameiiamriseum.org


part of the Viva Florida 500 event
that celebrates the 500th anniversary
of Juan Ponce de Leon's arrival in
Florida.
"It's a misperception that slavery
was limited to the South," Chinn
says. At least 41 slave ports have
been identified in the United States
so far, up and down .the East Coast
from New-Hampshire to Texas.
Scholar- have also discovered that ,


slave ships usually headed northaand
made multiple, stops. Fernandina
Beach has long been acknowledged
as a major slave port, even after the
United States Ianned the importof.,
slaves in 1808, Chinn said. ,
'Florida has the most Middle .
Passage points of any state," Chinn -ANGELA DAUGHTRY/NEWS-LFADER'
says. "People were brought in until Ann Chinn, left, founder of the Middle Passage Ceremonies & Port
S' Markers Project,. sits with Rhonda Bristol, a local artist who is
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,2013 NEWS News-Leader


,;Carolyn Woods


Service

Saturday

for WoOds
SThe Florida State College
Betty P. Cook Nassau Center
willhost a Celebration of Life
for Carolyn Woods on Saturday
at 2 p.m. The .program will
begin in the Nassau Room of
the Lewis "Red" Bean technical
.building and conclude with a
'dedication at the Outdoor
Education Center climbing wall,
Followed by light refreshments.
Individuals who were
Touched by her. work and life
t'are encouraged f't participate
in the celebration and, if they
choose to, share their experi-
ences with her family, students,
friends and colleagues; ..
Carolyn influenced many
people, of all ages, in Nassau
County through her 15-year
career at the college as the
I Outdoor Education Coordinator.
H-r many accomplishments
included the building of a 30-
foot climbing wall, Camp
Wildwoodds and .the annual
."fundraiser."Holler for a Dollar,"
'- which raised thousands of dol-..-
lars for United Way, cancer
research and the Nassau
S County Take Stock in Children
Program. ..
Carolyn taught Outdoor
; Adventure classes, developed
and directed Camp Wildwoods
and mentored many counselors.
in training and team building
staff. She facilitated numerous
team-buildingand ropes course,
es for corporate; nonprofit and
school grfipsjn Lortheast
;-Florida to fielp .them develop
stronger teams and be more
effective in their companies and
; organizations..
If your life was impacted by
Carolyn, through Camp
SWildwoods, college classes, first
Sresponder classes, the band
."Hash and the Browns," the
Holler for a Dollar Haunted
House, or in other ways, attend
to celebrate her life and honor
Usher memory. Contact Don
Hughes at 548-4481 for further
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NEWS


OBITUARIES


Gwendolyn Jane Anderson
Mrs. Gwendolyn Jane "Gwen" Anderson,
age 66, of Fernandina Beach, passed away on
Thursday afternoon, September 12,2013 at her
home with husband and family present
Born in Ft. Benning, GA, she was the daugh-
ter of Minnie Elois Taylor and the late Virgil H.
Harper. As a young child, her family moved to
Jesup, GA and Jacksonville, FL before settling
in Fernandina Beach In 1960. Gwen was a mem-
ber of the Class of 1965 of Fernandina Beach
High School. After high school, she attended
Cosmetology School in Jacksonville. She start-
ed her career in the mid 1960s at Beach Beauty
Salon before opening her own shop, "First Lady
Beauty Saloh," at her home in 1973.
In addition to being a Cosmetologist, she
was a professional Quilter, gifting'many family
- members and friends with her beautiful handi-
w ork .. . , , ,. ,- .* : .
Mrs. Anderson was a longtime member of
the First Baptist Church of Fernandina Beach
where she was a member of the "Joy" Sunday
SSchool Class. She was also a charter member of
the American Business Women of America and
a member of the Amelia Island Quilting Guild.
She leaves behind her husband of 47 years,
James AAnderson, Fernandina Beach, FL,
her mother, Elois T. Harper, Fernandina Beach,
FL, two sons, Kenneth Dale Anderson, Yulee,
FL, Phillip N. Anderson (Angela W.) Ringgold,'
GA, a daughter, Jodi D. Anderson, Yulee, FL her
siblings, Byron Larry Brewer, Yulee, FL, Judy
Harper Sapp, Winchester, KY, Jacqueline R.
Harper, Douglas, GA, Michael G. Harper
(Sharon), Notasulga, AL,'six'grandchildren,
Tiffany N. West,J. Caleb Anderson, Jacol W.
Anderson, C.Brady Morris, Jamie M. Morris,
Ryleigh Jo Morris and numerous nieces and
nephews. '
Funeral services were at 1:00 pm on
Saturday, September 14, 2013 from the First
Baptist Church of Fernandina Beach, with her
son Dr. Phillip Anderson,'officiating.,
SHer family received friends on Saturday, at
the church, from 12:00 noon until the hour of
service. Mrs. Anderson was laid to rest in
"Bosque BelloeCemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions
may be made.to Quilts of Valor, Hospice Quilts,,
c/o Amielia Island Quilt Guild, PO. Box 6464,
Fernandiha Beaich, FL 32035.
Share herHifestoryatwww.oxleyheard.com.
S OxleyHeardFuneralDirectors

Corinne Peace Freeman
Corinne'Peace Freeman, age 88, peacefully
,'passed on into the arms of her Saviour, Jesus
SChrist, on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at
.the home of her son in Jacksonville, FJ.
A native and lifelong resident of Fernandina,
she was the daughter of the late George and
Corinne Peace. She is also precededl in death by
^H" nher husband, James Kelly
Freeman, Sr. and four siblings:
George Peace,-Jr., Lfucille
Harger, Alys Peace and Harry
FPeace. '
Corinne was born October
A%..924 ,,Se graduated from
j'St, Joseph's Academy and,
attended St. Michaers Catholic
Church for many years. She was active in the
charismatic prayer group at St Michael's and
part of its ladies prayer group that met at


Viva Florida
STheAmelia Island Museum
Of History invites you join it
Friday for the opening of its
new Viva Florida 500 Exhibit
with special guest Dr. Michael
Francis. ',
At 6 p.m., Francis will deliv-
er a presentation entitled:.
Murder and Martyrdom in
Spanish Florida: DonJuan and
the Guale uprising of 1597. In
the !ate fall of 1597, Guale
Indians murdered five Francis-
.can friars stationed intheirter-
ritory and razed their missions
to the ground. This presenta-
tion explores the uprising and
its aftermath, and aims to shed
light on the complex nature of
Spanish-Indian relations in
early colonial Florida.
After the lecture the muse-
um will unveil the Viva Florida
500 exhibit that explores the
origins of European history in
Florida, and demonstrates how
the French, Spanish and Bri-
tish flags shaped Fernandina.
The exhibit will also celebrate
the Amelia Island Museum of
History's 35th anniversary, and
the transformation from Nas-
sau County Jail to museum.
There is a suggested donation
of $5 for members and $10 for
non-members. Contact Gray at
261-7378, ext, 102, or gray@
ameliamuseum.org.


McDonald's weekly to fellowship and study the
Bible. She was in the Women's Aglow
Fellowship. When visiting family in Jacksonville,
she would fellowship at Agape Baptist. She was.
a member of the River of Praise Worship Center
in Yulee, attending services until physically
unable. Corinne was a homemaker until the
early 1960's. When her husband became seri-
ously ill, she took employment at Steger's Drug
Store, downtown. She was also employed by
Florida National Bank in the bookkeeping and
proof department. She retired from Florida
National Bank in 1987.
S Corinn.e loved her children: She was a gen-
Serous and caring person. She played.piano at
home for the family. Sewing, and crocheting
were an enjoyment to her. Familymembers will
.cherish the handcrafted items made especially
for them. She enjoyed playing bridge, She and,
. friends hosted their bridge club at each other's *
homes. She was a member of the ABWA She,
was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-
grandmother'and Christian friend. Her pres-.
ence on this earth will be greatly missed.
Corinne leaves behind her four children and'
'their spouses: James Kelly (Brenda) Freemani,.,
Jr. Tallahassee, FL; Beverly ('homas) Prews,
Yulee, FL; GeorgeTho'mas (Cheryl) Freeman,
Jacksonville, FL; Angela (Bill). Morgan,
Jacksonville, FL; eight grandchildren: Amy
Willett, Tallahassee, 'FL; Brian (Kendra)
Freeman, Tallahassee, FL; Kelly Sedlacek (Jim)
Dekin, Jacksonville, FL; Jason Crews, Yulee,
FL; Corrie Freeman and Lauren Fre6man,
Jacksonville, FL; Kinlin (Biandon)"Kirk, Jack-.'
flsohville, FL; Jonathan 'Morgan, Jacksonville,.
FL; sevefi great-grandchildren: Dean Freeman,
Colin Willet, Tyson.WilletLuke Crews, Avery
Sedlacek, Andrew Sedlacek, and Abigail
Sedlacek.
Funeral services will be held in the Burgess
Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Home Thursday,
September 26 with Reverend Larry Osburn offi-
ciating. The family will receive friends the same
day from 1:00 po until 2:30 pm. Corinne's home-
going celebration service begins at 2:30 pm.
She will be laid to rest beside her husband in
Bosque Bello Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions
may be made to Community Hospice of North-
east Florida, 4255 Sunbeam'Road,Jacksonville,
FL32257. '
Share her life story at www.oxley-heard.com.
Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors

DEATH NOTICES
Mr. Alan Martin Abrams, 82, Fernandina
Beach, died on Tuesday, Sept 24,2013:
Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors/
La Flora Mission Crematorium
Stella Bliss, 97, Fernandina Beach, died'
on Sunday, Sept. 22,2013. Arrangements were
incomplete at time of publication.
Green Pine Funeraql Home
Jimmie D. Cooper, 71, Yulee died on
Monday, Sept. 23, 2013. Arrangements were
incomplete at time of publication:
SGreen Pine FuneralHome
Neva Lightbody, 60, died on Friday, Sept 20,
2013. No local services are planined'at this.irap. -e
Greerf Pine FTner I Horme
Andrzej Sulikowski, 62, Yulee, died on
Wednesday, Sept 18,2013.
Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors/
La Flora Mission Crematoriumrn


500 this weekend


Saturday from 10 a.m.-3
p.m. will be a day of family
friendly activities at the Plaza
San Carlos in Old Town. The
event will include a represen-
tation of a Spanish Peonia (a
typical plot of land in accor-
dance with the law of the
Indes), complete with live ani-
mals.
Professor Gordon Rqkita
from UNF will provide a dem-
onstration of Ground Pene-trat-
ing Radar, and 'how it teaches
'us about the area's past:.
Vendors will sell Spanish cui-
,'sine and there will be live
music and docent-led Town
GateTours from 10 am,-2 p.m.
'Park at the North End Boat.
Ramp, on North 14th Street,
with a shuttle to Old Town by
Amelia Island Trolleys. :'
Schedule of events: '
11 a.m. Performance of
"Viva Fernandina," a play writ-
ten byjennifer, Harrisonand
directed by Amelia Hart in
which a cast of colorful histor-
ical. characters give an
overview of the history of Old
Town Fernandina.
Noon Performance by
local bluegrass band The
Shrimp Whisperers.
1 p.m. Performance by
Fuego Flamenco. Led by prin-
cipal instructor and cofotnder


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Communil
Monday
Letters to
Monday


Naomi Vail, "Fuego Flamenco"
has established a reputation as,
the best Spanish dance troupe
in the area.
2 p.m. Spanish Colonial
Foodways presentation by
Cathy Parker, of the University
of West Florida. Parker pres-
ents examples of foods the
colonial settlers craved, com-
pared to whatthey actually had
to eat (if they were lucky!). She
also: recreates the standard
European military ration,
, which, with. few 'minor
changes, would be readily rec-
ognized as "home cooking" by
any. soldier in theI5th-19th,
centuries. Handouts "','with"
recipes will be providedd.
S3 p.m. Middle Passake
Ceremony to honor the count-
less Africans who lost their
lives, beirig brought across the
Atlantic to be sold into slavery
An estimated 15 percent of
those who were forced t6 make
the journey, to, the New WorldL-
died, in the crossing, The cer-,
emony will include the Peck
Community .Ensemble, along
with Queen Quet of the Gullah
Geechee6Nation, Neil Frink
and Gwen Triay, both of whom
have long-standing ties to our
community'.
.4p.m.,-ATaste of Spain-
Wine and'f6od tasting hosted
by hspana Restaurant, along
with an encore performance
by Fuegp 'Flamenco. Tickets
must be purchased in advance
at the museum, 233 S. Third
St, and 'you must over 21 to
attend.. . :


Homecoming
parade
The Fernandina Beach
High School homecoming
parade will be held down-
town on Oct. 18 at4 p.m.
The community is invited to
participate. If you or your .
Group would like to be
included, contact Rob Hicks
at Fernandina Beach High
School at 261-5714 or'.:
robert.hicks@nassaukl2.fl.
us.
Freedirmer
SSpringhill Baptist Church
will serve.,ieals for individu-
als and families in need in
the area on Thursday, SepLt
-26 from 5-6:30 p.m. at the
S.church, 941017 Old Nassau-
ville Road. Meals are served
on'the fourth'Thursday of
each mogth. The church
also delivers meals to those
who' cannot come. For infor-
mation call 261-4741,
Film screening
S The movie "The Passion
of the Christ" will be
screened on Friday, Sept. 27. ;
at 7:30 p.m. in the auditori- '>
um of the Amelia Island
Church 'bf Christ, 95762
Amelia Concourse in the
Lofton Pointe Plaza in Yulee.
All are welcome.
Gun oulss
GaryW.Belson "
Associates Inc. will hold a
concealed weapon license
course at 5 p.m. Sept. 27 apd
at9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Sept. 29.
A basic with defensive tac-
tics course will be held at
7:30 a.m. Sept. 28. For
details contact Belson at 491-
8358, (904) 476-2037 or gbel-
son@bellsouth.net Visit
www.TheBelsonGrdup.com.
Reunion
The Elbert and Eloise
Gill family will hold their
fourth annual reunion
Saturday, Sept. 28 at the
Blackshear Masonic Lodge,
#270, at the corner of Park
and Greenleaf Streets,
Blackshear, Ga. Early activi-
ties will begin at noon with a
horseshoes contest. Music
featuring The Revelators will
begin at 2 p.m. Attendees-
can also enjoy the city park,
which features walking
areas, tennis courts and a
..'Wlaygrdo'-tA'*aervd dish
supper will be servl at 4
p.m. For more information
call (912) 288-0109.
Appreciation
breakfast
In observance of
Domestic Violence
Awareness Month and in
recognition of its dedicated
community partners, the
Micah's Place Board of
Directors invites the commu-
nity to its "Third Annual
Appreciation and Awareness
Breakfast" Oct. 2 at the
Fernandina Beach Golf
Club, 2800 Bill Melton Road.
State Sen. Aaron Bean will
be the guest speaker.
Breakfast is; from 7:30-8 a.m.
and the program 8-9 am.
Show your support and wear
purple. RSVP required by
Sept 25.-Reservations limit-
ed. Call 491-6364, ext 102.
Herbclass
Master Gardener volun-
teer Claudie Speed, aka the
"Herb Queen," will conduct
a Landscape Matters class
on herbs, Oct. 9 at 10 am. at
the Yulee Extension office.
Since 1998, Speed has held
training sessions on culinary
herbs and wildfloWer's. Her
classes have been very popu-
,lar throughout the years and
her depth of knowledge is
'appreciated by homeowners.
The class is free and open to
the public. For information
see the Extension website at:
http://nassau.ifas.ufl.edu/h '
orticulture/landmatters/lan
dmatters.html, or call the
Extension office at (904)
8791019. Master Gardeners
are on phone duty Fridays,
10 a.m.-2 p.m., at 491-7340.
Kingsleywalk
Walkin' Nassau will go
walking at Fort George and.


K I ,_ ,""_LOOKINGPIA.CK


50
YEARS


25
YEARS


10
YEARS


'Sheriff H.J. Youngblood and his deputies
destroyed 8,000 gallons of moonshine at four stills
I found just offUSl south of Callah.n. :
Sn : ;September26, 1963
William and Betty Cook of Callahan offered a
gift of,40 acres of land for a new FCCJ campus near
Yulee.
i September 25, 1986
Fernandina Beach commissioners approved the
2003-4 budget and a millage rate of 5.6548 in a 3-2
vote.
September 24, 2003


the Kingsley Plantation dur-
ing "Harvest Days" on Oct
5. Meet at 10:30.a.m. in the
parking lot of the Ribault
Club, 11241 Edgewood "
Drive, Jacksonville, to sign ,;
in.
From Amelia Island take,,
A1A south to the Kingsley
Plantation sign and turn ,
right. After the blinking lighf
at Huguenot Memorial Park,
the turn for Kingsley
Plantation is 8/10th of a mile
on your right. Follow the '
signs the road leads direct-,
ly to the Kingsley Plahtatin'on
parking lot *
', Following the walk the
group will get together for '
lunch at the nearby Sand '
Dollar restaurant. For inform:
mation and to RSVP for
lunch, contact. 'Jane Bailey at.
261-9884 ,Ordnjbailey@mindF
spring.corp., ,-..
life Chain
On Oct. 6 from 2-3:30.-,
p.m. the local life Chain, a .'
small pro-life ministry begun
in 1987 in Sacramento, Calif.,'
invites participants to join in-
a 90-minute gathering at the'.
site on ALA just west of the
Shave Bridge. Contact
kdclocks@yahoo.comto '
learn more,or the national /
office at director@national- '
lifechain.org or (530) 674-
5068." .
Plantc'Wnic
On Oct 7,.County Exten-
sion Director/Horticulture
.Agent Becky Jordi will con- -
duct a Plant Clinic from 10 '
a.m. until'2 p.m. at the Yulee
Extension Office (AlA and
Pages Dairy Road). All coun-
ty residents are invited to
bring plant samples showing
problems in their land-,
scapes. Problems will be
identified and solutions
Offered for correction. There
is no fee for this service. For
information call (904) 879-
1019. Master Gardeners are
on office duty on Fridays at
491-7340.
FairTrade Maietea
The Fair Trade Market, '
will'be held at The Anchor '
(storefront) on the corner of
Sixth and Centre streets in
downtown Fernandina
Beach on Oct'12 from 9:30.
a.m. to 3 p.m. Handmade .
gifts will include baskets,
pottery. jpw3l. Chqstf" -
items, scafi .lptjlcrAt .|.
olive wood and coffee.
Vendors represented are:
SERV (International mis-
sions); Justo Coffee
(Mexico); Bead for Life
(Uganda); Creations of Hope
(Haiti); Rahab's Rope (India)
items made by women res-' .
cued from the slave market
in that country and given a -
new life; Mayan Works
(Central America); and PAL;
Craftaid (Palestine):.
: The proceeds will go
directly to the women, who l
created the handicrafts and
represent the year's over-
seas mission for the sponsor
the Presbyterian Women of
Fernandina Beach. Call 261i'
3837 for information.
Bindlubouting
The Nassau County Bird-
Club will hold a field trip to "
Huguenot Memorial Park on
Oct. 12 at 8 a.m., rain or
shine. Entrance fee to this
Jacksonville city park is $1.
Itis one of the best places in
the area to observe shore-
birds:.
Cross the Nassau Sound.
bridge and go 8.2 miles :
south on'AlA to the blinking
light. Turn left'to enter the
park. Meet at the General
Store & Nature Center and
then proceed to parking area
at end of road. Bring binocw
lars, field guide, bugjuice, :
sunscreen, rain gear and
'water. For information call ,
Carol Wyatt at 261-9272 or
email carolinewgw@aol.com.
Toast for Katie'
- A Toast for Katie," the "-
third annual chef's diner ,
benefiting the Katie Caples
Foundlation, will showcase
the talents of five local cull-..
nary masters Oct 13 at
Omni Amelia Island ,
Plantation. Enjoy hors d'oeu,
vres and champagne fol- ,
lowed by a five-course din-
ner with wine pairings. A ,
silent auction will feature pri-
vate dinners with 'the fea-


tured chefs. '" ,
Purchase tickets at www;,
KatieRideForife.donor-",
,drive.c6m/event/chef92013(
or contact Lance Jones at -.
310-5864 or Lance@katieride
forlife.org. I I-
The Katie Caples Foun-
dationis a 501(c) (3) non- ,
profit corporation commit-4
to increasing the number 61
registered organ donors to
eliminate the wait for indivi
uals on the national trans- ;:
plant list ,


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PASSAGE
Continued from 1A
1860. It also has the most
diverse ethnic groups of any
state."
So far, the project has had
ceremonies and/or markers
placed in Key West and
Pensacola; Savannah, Ga.;
New Orleans; Annapolis,
Baltimore and Patuxent; Md.;
New York City; Philadelphia;
Sullivan Island, S.C.; and
Uampton, Jamestown,
Richmond and Yorktown, Va..
After the Fernandina
Beach ceremony, the next
stop is a Middle Passage cere-
mony in St. Augustine, sched-
uled for Oct. 6 at Castillo San
Marcos.
Chinn says there is also
misinformation as to when
Africans were brought to the
New World. In actuality, she
says, Africans came along
with the first Spaniards to
arrive in the 16th century, and
the first settlements were cre-
ated and inhabited by
Africans.
"We're trying to get the
history out there, so when
they talk about the founding
6f this country, they acknowl-
edge who participated and
contributed," Chinn says',
Even academics are reluctant
to acknowledge new data
regarding the role of Africans
in the founding the New
World, Chinn says. "Spanish


scholars say there were no
slaves that came along with
the Spaniards," Chinn says.
'They say (the Africans) came
with the British."
"'It's about who controls
the narrative," Chinn says.
"We're asking that the narra-
tive be as inclusive and accu-
rate as possible."
'"The first Africans arrived
in 1520 with the Spanish ...
historians are saying the
whole narrative is now
changed," Chinn says.
"During the course of
(slave) trade to Europe and
the Americas, 24 million
Africans were taken from
their homes," Chinn says.
'Twelve million arrived on the
(African) coast, but 50 percent
never even got to the coast.
Two million died in the cross-
ing, roughly 26 generations....
These societies are losing
young, skilled, healthy peo-
ple."
"Look at Africa today.
People Want to blame Africa,"
Chinn says. "It's going to take
a lot to recover, but this is part
of the healing process. You
have to begin somewhere and
you .have to put your foot in
the water."
Chiin has traveled exten-


sively in Africa and says she
feels a natural kinship with its
native peoples.
"People of Afr-ican descent
(in the United States) don't
realize how comfortable they
would be in another setting,"
Chinn says. "You're not the
exception (in Africa), and
there's not'the exclusion."
Chinn is the executive
director of the Middle
Passage Ceremonies and Port
Markers Project, and has
lived in Jacksonville for the
last eight years. She has three
grown children and is married
to Charles (Charlie) Cobb, Jr.,
a journalist, author and visit-
ing professor at Brown
University in Providence, R.I.
Her work has included
children and family advocacy
with the Washington, D.C.
government, as well as work
as a retailer, textile artist and.
organizer of a collective
artists' market. She has also
written an extensive family
history in collaboration with
family members, ,
She is pursuing funding for
the marker project with the
Amelia Island Museum of
History and city of
Fernandina Beach.
adaughtry@ofbnewsleader.com


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: ANGELA-DAUGHTRY/NEWS-LEADER
A sidewalk running from Sandy Bottoms restaurant to the Main Beach boardwalk is
demolished Sept. 17 in preparation for renovation and replacement of the wooden
boardwalk. The section pictured is to be replaced by a concrete sidewalk, while a
new wooden boardwalk will be located 40 feet west of the original, which will
remain where it is to anchor a dune that is growing around it.


COUNTY
Continued from IA.
Chair Leeper. "Let's find out for
sure."
User fees are also coming
into discussion. .
SLeeper said he isn't done
with a flat-fee fire tax, and
Commissioner Pat Edwards
said he plans to reintroduce a
tax on gasoline,
"I want to get away from the
budget talks first, and I'm npt
sure when but I'll be bringing it
up soon," said Edwards..
Both Edwards and Leeper
say user fees ar-e a more equi-
table way to spread the cost of
running the.county.
'The economy is not in good
enough -shape to solve this on
its own," said Edwards. "I think



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MARY MAGUIRE
News-Leader
The proposed Timberlake
planned unit development
(PUD) is still on the table. A
representative for the developer.
asked for an extension on its
PUD request, and got it.
Plans call for 158 single-fam-
ily homes to. be built on the 24-
- acre site at the end of Christian
Way in Yulee, said county
Planning Director Peter King in
a phone interview on Monday.
At.: the board meeting
Monday night, Commnissionier
Barry Halloway asked., repre-
sentative Dan McCranie :of
McCranie & ,Associates in
Fernandina Beach if the plan
included affordable housing.
S"ffa $200,000home is avail-
able. for that, that's where we
are," said McCranie.,



Board funds

local groups

'MARY MAGUIRE .'*,
News-Leader '
,Z The Nassau County board
made its final donation, at its
meeting Monday night to local
nonprofit groups; such as Little
League teams, and youth
groups. ,
f.,The board budgeted $54,051
to support community groups
this year, but spent $14,250. The
remaining funds went back into
the budget. :
The board has contributed
to such groups for years, ,but
commissioners voted toend
support in a cost-cutting move.
The countyfeUll about $12 million
short of a'balanced budgetthis
year. : ."
The last twp organizations
to receive such board funding
includethe Elm Street Little
League Association ($1,500) and
the Amos White Community
Center in Yulee ($1,000).
Commissioners voted to take
money out of their district budg-
ets to cover the costs, Commis-
tsioner Sieve Kelley was.the only
one to vote no to the requests.


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the gas tax should be consid-
ered again."
While the new budget has
been signed, there is still a way
to get the gas tax started in
January. 1ft it goes through, the
gas tax could collect a couple of
million dollars :next year.
Commissioners Barry Hollo-
way and Steve Kelley have said
they don't.like tax increases.
Both commissioners are up for
re-election next year.


Kelley previously said he
would offer a new idea to bal-
ance the budget each month:
At Monday's meeting he ques-
tioned contract renewal agree-
ments with county executives,
including County Attorney
David Hallman. and County
ManagerTed Selby Both'exec-
utives have received excep-
tional performance reviews. No
one supported Kelley and the
motion failed. .


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ing on the budget. The sparse
crowd included Sheriff Leieeper
and several of his command
officers. Representatives for
local developers showed up.
Janice Ancrum, executive dhirec-
tor of the Council on Aging,
was there, and so were a couple
of county employees.
No one from the general
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BUSINESS


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2013/NEWS-LEADER


Resur

A steady diet of economic
initiatives has energized
major cities in Florida and
increased their financial vital-
ity led by the resurgent
Jacksonville area.
In a recent ranking,
Jacksonville placed at No. 16
of major metropolitan areas
within the U.S. Within the
past year, Jacksonville has
catapulted from the 99th spot
in the latest "On Numbers
Economic Index."
The index measures a
variety of metrics: unemploy-
ment, employee earnings,
construction and retail activi-
ty, and housing prices. It
looks at these trends in the
i02 major markets in the
country'(those with popula-
tions over 500,000).
The Jacksonville metro-
1olitan area entails seven
counties, including Nassau.
"From what we're seeing and
hearing, we're right along the


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amber of
)mmerce,
which. has
ore than
00 mem-
ers. "Our


businesses are seeing it"
Other locations displaying
economic clout in Florida ,
include: Tampa-St. Peters-
burg, ranked at No. 20;
Orlando, No. 32; Cape Coral-
Fort Myers, NO. 40; and
Miami-Fort Lauderdale, No.
44.
The most impressive sta-
tistic lies in the improvement
of these areas, like with
Jacksonville. For instance,
Tampa-St. Pete was previous-
ly ranked 100th before mowv
Sing to the No: 20 spot, and
the other three areas have
climbed at least 46.places.
Palm Bay-Melbourne, Bra-
denton-Sarasota and Lake-
land were also ranked at
lower places.
SFlorida's economy was
ransacked by the financial
collapse in 2008 substantial-
ly more than most areas of
the U.S. That makes the


Investingtoday
A four-week continuing education class. "Investing in
Today's Financial Markets," will be offered at the Florida
State College campus In Yulee on Tuesday evenings begin-
ning Oct. 8
This class will be from 6.30 to 8 p.m. each week and will
cover many aspects of the financial markets, such as
stocks and bonds and popular investment vehicles such as
mutual ,undg It will be taught by local financial advisor
Steve Nicklas
The class schedule is: Oct. 8, Investing in the Stock
Market; Oct. 15, Investing in the Bond Market; Oct. 22,
Investing in IRAs, 401 ks and other Retirement Plans; and
Oct. 29, Developing a Financial Plan' The college can be
reached at 548-4432 for more information.


return to economic promi-
nence even more astoun-
ding.
As with many economic
ratings, the'state of Texas
dominates the top positions.
The Lone Star State steadily
receives accolades for its
resiliency through the eco-
nomic downturn, buoyed by
prosperous industries sucb
as oil and technology.
As an example, three
Texas cities rank economical-
ly among the top four in the
country -Austin (No. 1),
Dallas-Fort Worth (No. 3)
and Houston at No. 4. Provo,
Utah took the second spot,
and oil-rich Oklahoma City
placed fifth.
One section of
Jacksonville has emerged as
its economic engine. The St.
Johns Town Center has vastly
exceeded any expectations of


success when the idea of the
open-air mall originated.
While the glitzy shop- '
ping/dining/entertainment
establishment Was forecasted
to produce three or four per-
cent of all the.retail activity in'
the seven-county area, it has
trumped that:goal. It report-
edly accounts for retail activi-
ty well into'the double digits
(reportedly somewhere
around 14 percent for the
area). -
That has undoubtedly
helped pot the "Surge" in'
resurgent for all of
Jacksonville. .
Steve Nicklas is a financial
advisor with a major US.
firm who lives on Amelia
Island. His business columns
appear in, several newspapers
in North Florida. He can be
. reached at 753-0236..
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Rising interest rates


threaten to dampen


real estate sales
University ofFlorida "But it's also reflective of what
happened in the housing market
GAINESVILLE Rising people g6t foreclosed on their '
interest rates could dampen the houses, they had to go some-'
recovery of Florida's real estate where so they moved into apart- '
market, a new University of ments."
Florida survey suggests The housing market is start- .
A look at the second quar- ing to come back particularly "
ter of this year found the general for home builders, but it's going
investment outlook fori',all sec- to be interesting to see the '
tors of the market declined (or impact of interest rates over the:
the first time i, two years, next few quarters, Becker said. '
according to a survey of 145 "If you need that low.interest.'
real estate analysts, investors,: rate.,in order to buy the house
brokers and others. Optimism and make the payment, then it's ';
from previous quarters has going to push people into a
waned and will continue to lower price home or they may '
weaken as rates continue to go decide nbt to do it and wait until
up, the report states they can put up a bigger down
Interest rates on loans for all payment," he said.
Property types are based on the Interest rates have been arti-
10ryear treasury interest rates, '"ficially low for a long time
which jumped 66 basis points because the Federal Reserve
between the start and end of has been pumping money into
the second quarter. As of last the marketplace, but that is '
week; it was up 130 basis poirits, expected to end because of the
said Timothy Becker, director of improved overall economy and
the Bergstrom Center for/ Real ', the fear of inflation. :
'Estate Studies, part of the A political stalemate at the ::
Warrington College of Business federal level over raising the
Administration. debt ceiling and funding the '
"In the end it makes deals government also could affect
harder to do, as vou increase .e investments.
the interest rate, you have to "Markets hate uncertainty,
get. more rental growth' and theyjust don't like it when they
higher occupancy in order to can't plan for the future," he
make the numbers work," he said. "Anry time we see nonsense
said. from Congress, it just shakes
'There are a lot of deals peoples'confidence. They rein: '
being done right now thatswwhf. back investment and kind of -
the market hasreally picked up,, wait it through.". ."
things are recovering and peo- .-On the positive side, Flori-
pie can charge more rent," he day's population is still growing '
said "But as those interest rates and tourism keeps increasing.
start to tick up and if they con- "Developers certainly like
tinue at this pace, it's going to.' the fact that we're growing, 'I
get to the point where itls diffi-.: think that overall if you look at '
cult to make deals work at the the graphs it's a positive report,"
current rental rates."" -'.: Beckerosaid. "We're still in a
The report covers apart- good position, things are'still ,
.. ments and commercial rental getting better. There is just a ':
property, single-family houses bit of uncertainty that the mar-
and condo development, and ket needs to navigate as it
:developable land. Here are the moves forward."
"outlooks by'sector in the sec- The Survey of/Emerging.,
a end quarter: : Market Conditions for the sec- 'i
'" New single-family and ond quarter can be found here:1
.'condo development declined http//warrington ufl.edu/cen- ,
slightly butiremained'rposiWvei'.ijtert,-s1s/surveyjasp. .rimo'iq
S Multi'famitly pnr per'nies, I .' '-.'."
continue to be positive, and .
rents and occupancy will
increase but at a slowerrate.' Sl' Sai
Office markets improved lCllv -
for Class B, or older properties, p
butdeclined for Class A, newer up in August
properties. .
.* etail peoperties continue JACKSONVILLE August
to be positive with growth in 2013 real estate*iarket statis-
rents and occupancy driving tics'are now available from the ;
optimism, but increasing inter- Northeast Florida Association
est rates and declining con- of Realtors. Except where oth-
sumer incomes will have erwise indicated, statistics
impact reflect combined results for sin- ;
Land investment increased gle-family residential and con-i
across all property types with d9minium properties
most reaching survey highs. There were 1,898 closed
The apartment market has sales in August, a 24.1 percent
been probably the best sector .increase year to date and 15.6.
Sfor the past couple years. It is percent higher than August '
reflective of the changing 2012. Of the 1,898 sales, 1,220-:;
dynamics of peoples'tastes and were traditional and 678 (35.7
Sso the younger generation percent) were lender-mediated.
wants to rent longer," he said.; The percentage of lender-medi- .;
"' ? t .. ' ated sales was 40.7 percent a
yerag. -ousAn- owA


year ago.,C'onaos and town-.4"
homes made up only 311 of the 2
sales, with siingle-famrily proper- Z
ties accounting for the remain- ..
ing 1,587. ;
Pending sales tracked high- ,
er, with 2,182 contracts pending ,
duri' the month; a 29.6 per-:
cent increase year to date and :,
2.6, percent greater than the ,,
l646 pending sales last August :
'August's $170,000 median:
: sales price was up 15.2 percent
year to date and 22.7 percent
higher than last August's'
S$,38?,500 median. '
,, .'Sellers are realizing more .
'e*Ntj'iri their homes, with 94.1 ^
"percent of properties selling for i
, their original list price. During ;S
s s,10.7 percent of the sales :'
were for more than the original |
,4,'sted*price. "
Inventory remains low, with j
8,715 homes in play during :
-August; a 20.3 percent drop from :;.
a year ago. ,Months' supply of '
homes is at 4.6; down 37.8 per- !
Scent from a year ago.
NEFAR President Carol j
Zingone said, "Low inventory |
and'competition for properties ,:
are two key factors in Northeast 3
Florida's current housing mar- !
ket More sellers are beginning :
to list their homes, but riot yet :
enough to boost inventory sig-
nifcantly." '
NEFAR is Northast
Florida's largest professional :
association, comprising m' re '
than 5,000 members working in
all facets of the real estate indus- :
try, including residential and
commercial sales as well a,.
property management. As all
Nassau and St. Johns County ;;
Realtors are not participants,',
reports provided do not reprer- ;
'sent the full extent of'realtor,'
sales in those counties.


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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25,2013 BUSINESS News-Leader


IN BRIEF


OspreyVillage bash
Osprey Village retire-
ment community will host a
15th anniversary bash which
will feature a local car club,
food, live music, model
home tours and many family
fun activities. A raffle will be
held to benefit the Alzheim-
er's Association. Admission'
is free and the public is'
encouraged to attend.
The event will take place


Drury Anderson

ing in person-centered care,
dementia care and compre-
hensive leadership topics.


on usprey v miage s campus Tra A
at 48 Osprey Village Drive, TmVeAgency
Amelia Island, on Saturday, All of the advisors from
Sept. 28 from 2-4 p.m. TheTravel Agency .on
HemAwarAmelia Island' attended
Hero Award Virtuoso Travel Week, the
Osprey Village retire- world's largest luxury travel
ment community announced show. '
that Amanda Drury has won Ange Wallace, Angela
an Assisted Laving Federa- Pierson, Lynann Mullis,
tion of America 2013 Hero Tracy Lynch, Debbie
Award for her dedicated Kellogg, Dawn Dixon and
efforts as a life enrichment Mike Dionne attended the
leader for the assisted living show's 25th anniversary at
neighborhood. : BellagiopResort in Las Vegas,
The ALFA Hero Awaid,, joining more than 4,100 of
recognizes individuals who the top executives and pro-
are "ideal representatives of fessionals in the. Virtuoso
the hundreds of thousands Travel Week is known for its
of people serving in senior hallmark one-to-one apppint-
living communities." A mem- ments that take place
ber on their community's. between the network's elite
executive team nominates travel advisors arid world's
the individuals. As a winner, best travel providers. The.
Drury will receive a $500 local teamni lead by Wallace,
cash award, a plaque, recog- took the opportunity to learn
nition in Senior Living about new products and
Executive and the opportun-, services, forge new'relation-
ty to.travel to the ALFA .,ships and participate in train-
Conference and Expo. ing designed to improve the
Drury was honored by -advisory process.
OspreyVillage Executive, Formore information on
Director Dana Saegent at the .;.luxury travel, contact any of
company's annual meeting. the advisors at.The Travel
Sargent recommended Agency,-261- 5914, r e-mail
Drury based on her dedica-; ange@thetvfagency.com.
tion and passion for serving. Pass-on Pooches
seniors, saying "(Drury).I Pa On4P heS
encourages the residentsto i Passion 4 Pooches Pet
be independent ,by ensuring' Spa,.cetebratng its fifth year
that they can, still do the. I -. in business, has announced
things.they. love, overcoming that professional groomer ,
hurdles as they come." Christy Anderson is joining.
Sargent gave an example She was trained at the Pet-
that details how Drury ; _:Smart Grooming Academy
exceeds the job description. 'and brings over 10 years of
Drury paints the' nails of the experience as a professional
women in the assisted living, pet gropmer in the Jackson-
neighborhood every week. ville area. She has worked at
Drury recently graduated the Petco in Yulee.as well as
from Osprey Village's Track the PetSmartat River City.
to Success program, which is Anderson lives in Fernan-
a career pathway designed to dina Beachwith her hus-
identify and empower front- band, Shane,,son, Zachary,
line leaders through access and their dog, Rocky.
to individualized training She is available for
programs. DEuwywas saWt-,'rtgronefiWipeihtitnents orrhfdrl)i
ed based on her desire to TuesdlMaM ThiusIaas.Mi
learn and grow as a leader, Call 491-1767 for an appoint-
She received additional train- ment ,.-


We need successful leaders


Lately there has been a great
deal of discussion around
President Obama's leadership
skills. What is interesting is how
little people worried about these
skills before he was elected. But
most people don't worry about
leadership skills until there is a
disaster. The story of New York
City is a great example. The
electorate seems to want to
return New York to the good
old days of the late '80's and
early '90's. My memories of New
York City in those days are very
different
As stated on a TV program
recently, in a survey taken in
1993 New York City was rated
the second worst tourist town
in world. Four years earlier in
1989, Rudy Giuliani ran against.
David Dinkins for mayor. In fair-
ness, without a crystal ball, peo-
ple seem to have a tough time
predicting whether one candi-
date will be more effective, so
they usually vote for the indi-
vidual whose ideas they are
more comfortable with. This
meant in 1989 voting for the
amenable David Dinkins over
the tough-talking Rudy Giuliani.
However, the same people usu-
ally have no problem recogniz-
ing a disaster once it occurs.
During Mayor Dinkins'term in
office both crime and unemploy-
ment soared. During, Dinkins'
last year, there were 195,000 vio-
,lent crimes, 2,420 murders and
495,000 thefts. Unemployment
also reached 7.5 percent.
People decided that they
needed to make a change. This
time they voted for Rudy'
Giuliani and he turned gut to be
the perfect leader for New York
City. While never someone peo-
ple saw as fun to have a beer
with, he knew how'to deal with
the key issues in turning around
the city. During his term, which
ran through 2001, violent crime
fell almost 50 percent and mur-
Sders fell over 60 percent to less
than 1,000 in 2001. With this
new environment the business
climate changed and unem-
ployment fell from a high of 7.5
percent to 4.7. percent while the
city became a great place to visit
So how do we know if some-
ope will be a good leader?,
Unfortunately, unless the indi-
vidual had experience in a sim-
ilar situation, it is not easy. Even
if we have proof that someone
can lead in one situation, it does
"n~rtieSlly mean they willT.,-
b^^^SfiA'in ahother., vi ';:
ronment This is why some lead-
ers who were successful, at the


r .big structured

~companies
likeGQE and
P&G are not
N successful ini-
tially taking
on smaller,
less structur-
i Fed or entre-
ous age preneurial
COACH'S assignments.
CORNER- In sports;, indi-
viduals like
Nick Saban
SHoward are stars in
p ines the college
Ranks be-
cause their talents are a perfect
fit. For example, Saban is obvi-
ously a great recruiter and, since
2007,14 of his players have been
selected in the first round of the
NFL draft. Yet, he did not do
'well as a coach in the pro ranks.
All successful leaders seem
to be decisive, disciplined, inno-
vative motivators who can attract
and develop talent. While they
have their own system, the good
ones seem to be able to adjust to
the talents of their team and the
business climate. They also. have
to be tough. John Wooden won
10 national championships at
UCLA He was soft-spoken, but
when his superstar center Bill


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play with a beard his senior year,
Wooden replied that was his pre-
rogative but the team would cer-
tainly miss him. Walton shaved
his beard.
Unlike sports leaders, busi-
ness leaders require strategic
skills with an eye on what their
customer needs now and in the
future. They also need to be able
to develop strong people under-
neath who have the capabilities
to complement and then replace
Them. Reggie Jones of GE was
famous for developing talent
(Jack Welch, Larry Bossidy,
etc.). The recent transformation
at Intel shows how important
both seeing thefuture and devel-
oping talent is to the business.
Politics is different in that
the leader needs to be able to
get the adversaries to work with
him or her to be successful.
Since President Obama keeps
referring to Ronald, Reagan, I
guess he agrees Reagan was a
very successful leader who was
able to get all his adversaries to
work with him in getting things
done.
My sense is no one starts'off
as a great leader. Reagan failed'
in his first attempts to be presi-
dent. Steve Jobs was fired the


first time around as was Bill
Belichick. Both Belichick and
Jobs had the smartest guy in
the room syndrome when they
first took over. So most individ-
uals who become successful
leaders develop their talents and
learn.lessons along the way. The'
ones whod don't develop are usu-
ally missing a key ingredient
(the ability to work with talent),
and/or don't learn from their'
mistakes.
If you are always blaming'
someone else for failures, there *
is no compelling reason to learn.
As we have seen, President
Obama has a tendency to blame'
someone else when things go:,'
wrong. Therefore, however you
feel abouthim personally, you
have to wonder whether this'
trait has stymied his ability to
learn and grow.
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author of "The Case for Wasting
Time 'and Other Management
Heresies." '


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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 NEWS News-Leader


Consumer

confidence

declines
University of Florida
GAINESVILLE Florida's
consumer confidence declined
in September, continuing a four-
month slide, according to a
University of Florida survey.
"The decline is definitely a
trend and one that is now being
reflected in other economic
data," said -Chris McCarty,
director of UF's Survey
Research Center in the Bureau
of' Economic and Business
Research. This trend also sug-
gests that Floridians could face
another recession if the federal
government shuts down,
McCarty said.
"The decline is once again
concentrated among' lower-
income households who are
particularly pessimistic about
their current and future per-
sonal finances," McCarty said.
"The growing pessimism about
long-term U.S. economic con-
ditions was fueled by lower-
income respondents and sen-
iors." '
The next hurdle for the
economy is another battle over
the national debt ceiling and a
potential federal government
shutdown in the next couple of
weeks, McCarty said. "A shut-
down of even a short duration
would likely be enough to trig-
ger another recession," he said.


FITNESS
SContinued from 1A
dents beginning Oct. 1 that
will be competitive with local
fitness centers.
Funds for the 2009 con-
struction of the teen center
came from the Egans
Creek Greenway general
obligation bond approved by
voters and the city's capital
improvement fund, with the
majority of the money com-
ing from impact fees. It
was part of a $1.2 million
Atlantic Avenue Recreation
Center expansion that includ-
ed an aquatics center and a
nature center/educational
pavilion. Construction cost
for the center was about
$700,000.
According to an email
from Deputy City Manager
Marshall McCrary, "As long
as what is provided repre-
sents new service, the use of
impact fees is fine. Thisjis
entirely new square footage
now available to the commu-
nity for' recreation use -
whether as a teen center or a
fitness center."
According to City Finance
Director Patti Clifford, the
city has collected about
$3.6 million in impact fees
over the last eight years
and has spent some $2.3
million of that on various
projects to accommodate
"new growth" in the com-
munity.
The city's population grew
8.89 'percent between 2000
and 2010, according to
USA.com.
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Atlantic Avenue Recreation
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city's fitness centers, gyms
and pools for free as part
of their employee benefits
package. City residents
pay $25 monthly or $3 a
day, and non-city residents
pay $3i monthly or $5 a
day.


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AMELIA ISLAND MOSQUITO CONTROL
DISTRICT OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
FISCAL YEAR 201312014
THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE AMELIA ISLAND
MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICTOF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA ARE 6.30%
"MORE THAN LAST YEARS TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES,
GENERAL FUND 0.1474
S STATE TOTAL
GENERAL I ALL
ESTIMATED REVENUES: ,,FUNDS FUNDS FUNDS

Taxes: Millage Per $1,000
Ad .1474 564,917.00 564,917.00
Valorem
'axes '

Interest Income 5,000.0 5.000.00Q
lntergovernmenltal Revenue 18,500.00 18,500.00

TOTAL SOURCES 569,917.00 18,500.00 588,417.00

FUND BALANCES/RESERVES/
NETASSETS 94,155.20 94,155.20

TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS
& BALANCES 664,072.20 18,500.00 682,572.20

EXPENDITURES:
Personal'Services & Bcnctits 456.046,06 456.046.06
Operating Expenses 193,894.14 18,500.00 212,394.14
Capital Outlay 14.132.00 14.132.00

TOTAL EXPENIITURES 664,072.20 18,500.00 682,572.20

FUND BALANCES/RESERVES/
NETASSETS 0.00. 0.00oo'

TOTAL APPROPRIATED
EXPENDITURES, TRANSFERS, *
RESERVES & BALANCES.. 664,072.20 18,500.00 682,572.20
The tentative, adopted, and/or final budgets are on file in the office of the above-referenced
taxing authority as a public record.


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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,2013 OPINION News-Leader


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Duck Dynasty viewers flock


Like millions of Americans, I've become a
"Duck Dynasty" fan.
"Duck Dynasty," as you surely are aware, is
an A&E reality show that presents the
Robertson clan, the long-bearded owners and
operators of Duck Commander in West
Monroe, La. Duck Commander hand-makes.
duck calls.
The story is a rags-to-riches one.
SPhil Robertson, the patriarch of the family,
started his duck-call business some 25 years
ago. The avid outdoorsman ,was dissatisfied
with the duck calls that were then available, so
he made his own.
He did About $8,000 in revenue his first
year, but slowly built up the business over the
next few decades, hiring a lot of relatives
along the way.
His son, Willie; took over the company and
has grown it to a $45 million annual. business -
one that has made the Robertson family
mighty wealthy. They were wealthy before
"Duck Dynasty" became a hit cable show that
draws record-breaking numbers of viewers.
Many friedia critics have been speculating
as to why the show is so popular and some,
such as Rolling Stone, say the showand the
characters are nothing but a big con. As usual,
so many in the media. are getting it exactly
wrong.
It's true that each episode is scripted and
staged with fairly typical sitcom plots. But
what is also true is that the Robertsons.are
, totally authentic characters.
S There are "Phil and Kay's three bearded


sons, who all work at Duck
Commander, their wives and
kids and, of course, Uncle Si,
a gray-bearded Army veteran
who is daggone colorful and
funny.
These people are unapolo-
getically religious. They ,
believe that when you marry,
1H O you really do become one
IUMMO flesh. Their families are
ME intact and functional, and the
_. _._ ~show celebrates these simple
values.
Tom Purcell The characters are politi-
cally incorrect and unapologetic about that,
too:. They happily go into the woods to shoot,,
skin and cook their dinner.
Unlike most sitcoms on TV these days,,the
fathers are not dribbling idiots. They are .,
respected by their kids. And grandfather Phil
is respected by his grandkids.
The characters are all self-deprecating and
don't mind being the butt of the joke -
because it is clear they are all in on the joke
and having a grand time creating the show.
It is orderliness that draws us in the
orderliness that is missing in too many
American homes that are broken up by
divorce or headed by single parents. In the
case of the Robertsdns, order is made possible
by their faith.
And nobody understands that better than
Phil.
He explains in his autobiography that he


VOICE OF THE PEOPLE


Golf course management
I am currently in Hendersonville,
N.C., and the headline in the Sunday,
Sept. 22 Times-News reads, "Golf club
under financial distress: Glen Cannon
Country Club has lost members; man-
agement company blamed." It was
Interesting to note that the manage-
ment company was Billy Casper Golf.
BCG took over management in 2011
and did not maintain the course prop-
erly: Sound familiar?
I hear that the Fernandina Beach
course is now much improved. Guess
we were luckier than Glen Cannon. If
you want to read the article, you may
find it on their website, blueridge
now.com
Mary Miller
Fernandina Beach

'No going back'
A. few years ago, in the midst of a
building boom -along AlA west, I
described what was beginning to hap-
Ipen4o-t.raveler, ,en roatrtfvt-o, frpm
Awmelia Islanddaring cert.aiirtiipe of
'the day.
Those of us who. are natives or
moved, to Amelia., during the past
dozen years know what'JI mean the
traffic has.become worse.
SAsa NewJersey.citizerfor: most of
my life, I remember the problems we
had going "to the seashore"' on Friday
night, Saturday or Sunday when the
traffic battles, reached their peak. It
would take us one houe to go 3-4 miles.
SAs the population grew, the ride on
route 72 became, at times, a night-
mare ,
Building developments like the pro-
posed TerraPointe plan will haydea
similarr effect on those of us living on
Amelia Island and along the route lead-
ing to this great living location-there
is no way to avoid this outcome if this
kind of development is permitted to
occur. In the short, run, some folks
; yill-profit from this venture- Nassau
,County builders and realtorss. Over
time, the. quality of life of those
living from 1-95 on to Amelia Island
will suffer -'there will be rio, going
back!
Robert B. Howat
Fernandina Beach


Science First
I would like to express my sincere
thanks to Science First for participat-
ing in the Florida State College North
Campus/Nassau Center 11th Annual
Family Literacy Fair on Saturday, Sept
2.1. Nathan Bell and Helmut Albrecht
did a'terrific job of introducing hun-
dreds of people to astronomy through
the numerous presentations they gave
within the portable planetarium -
StarLab.
Science First has supported the
fair in previous years. They know the
importance of making science acces-
sible and exciting, especially to young
people.
Experiences such as this will help
interest students in pursuing Science,
Technology, Engineering and Math
(STEM) studies as they progress
through middle school and high
school.
Thank you, Science First, for being
an important part of the Literacy Fair
and for giving young people an oppor-
tunily.to see the stars. ,: ,
DoInfiald J.'Hughes
Executive Director
Betty P. Cook Nassau Center

Dave's World
How much more offensive does
the Dave's World column have to get
before the News-Leader pulls the plug.
on this guy? That this man is allowed,
to express his .narrow-minded and
Signorantviews is an embarrassment to
our community. He spreads rumor
and speculation about small busi-
nesses that he knows nothing about
In this small community, word of
mouth is critical. It is hard enough to
be a small business without this man
"spreading gossip.and hearsay about
the business's future.
And when-he is not slandering local
businesses he is sharing\his hate-
filled opinions about anybody. Who is
not a Bloody Mary-swilling, white male
with a "pretty" wife. Isn't there enough
negativity in this world without giv-
ing it a forur.,. The other articulate
and intelligent News-Leader colum-
nists must be ashamed to be'cast in
the same ,lot with this man.I cannot
imagine what the News-Leader is think-


ing in allowing this man's column to
continue.
Maybe it is the old adage that any
publicity, even negative, is good pub-
licity.It wprks for Miley Cyrus, so
maybe it will work for the News-Leader.
Well, I have had enough. I am
going to assert the only power I have
as a consumer. I am supportive of
small community newspapers. I have
been.a twice weekly reader of the
News-Leade' for the past seven years;
despite the fact that the cost has dou-
bled. Itisp one of the bright spots in my
week. But as long as Dave's World
continues to be printed, I will not pur-
chase od advertise my business in this
paper. I encourage other like-minded
individuals to do the same:
Laurie "Buckley
Fernandina Beach


Missingperson
My little cousin, Shirlene Donetta
-Roberts, was reported missing in
Jacksonville back in September ofL
2009. Donnetta was. ,, raised inE
Fernandina Beach until about 10 years.
old, and then her and mother and lit-
tle sisters moved to Jacksonville. Her
father's name is Donald Roberts and.
her n6ther was Shirlene Roberts, whore
is no longer with us.
We still haven't heard anything
about my cousin. JSO hasn't given any:
new information: .I really would love-
your help. If anyone has information
concerning the whereabouts of
Shirlene Donnetta Roberts, please
come forth. Thank you.
Eunice K. Christian'.'
Jacksonville


277-742 ,
We noticed in a recent letter to the
editor that a citizen attempted to con-
tact the Police Department concerning
a water, problem but received a busy
signal. The citizen indicated shecalled,
277-7340. For the safety our commu-
nity we would like to remind everyone
that the direct line to the police depart-
ment is 277-7342. In an emergency
911 may be called, however" the call
wilLgo to the Nassau County Sheriff's
Office and then be transferred tothe
Fernandina Beach Police Department.:
We encourage local-residents to
program 277-7432 into their phones .
when possible. ,
James T. Hurley, Chief of Police
Fernandina Beach Police
Department


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How to become a etter conversationalist


D o you feel tongue-tied when,
you have to chat with-peo-
ple? Do you fear socializing
with strangers? Do words
and ideas desert you at.'the very
moment you need to connect with
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conversations require at least two
.persons. Some people talk to thiem-
selves, or God, or their dog, but
that's really not conversation, is it?
What you need is another human,
preferably someone who is awake,
not drunk and who speaks the same
language as you.
: Introduce yourself. Once you
have obtained a suitable "other" to
talk with, you should identify your-
self, in this fashion: "I am Clyde
,Moredu, a lung-tissue analyst from
Omaha. I would like to converse with


you. And your name is?" That should.
get the ball rolling, or at least ease
the other person's suspicion that you
might be.a mugger or a life insur-
.ance salesman..
Ask questions. But make sure
they're not too personal. Don't ask,
"Are you washed in the blood of he
lamb?" or "Are those dumplings real-
ly yours, or have you had some ,
reconstruction work done?" Instead,
try to draw the other person out with
questions about current events or
popular culture. Examples: "Do you
think Hillary will run in 2016? Have
you heard about George
Zimmerman's plan to become presi-
dent of the National Rifle
Association?" '
Find common ground. No matter
how varied our personal histories,
most of us share certain interests.
Restaurants for example. "Have you
tried the steak tartare at the Pinelias
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ered this wonderful Greek place
beneath the Sunshine Skyway
bridge."'And so on. A related topic is
dieting. A recent survey showed that
94 percent.of adult Americans are
either on a diet or thinking about,
one. Another useful fall-back topic is
dogs. Or cats. Or children. "Do you
have a dog?" "Oh, my, yes. I came.
home one day last week and found
my rat terrier chewing on my 2-year-
old's foot He's so cute." "Your
child?" "No., the terrier." And there
you go, two people exchanging.
unforgettable anecdotes.
Seek help. No stranger can resist
responding to a.person who needs&
assistance or advice. "Sir, can you tell
me whether Comcast tells more lies
than Verizon, or vice versa?" "Ma'am,
do you know the way to San Jose?"
"Brother, can you spare a dime?"
Tell a funny story. People like to
laugh. When the conversation slows
down, dredge up a joke. "Did you
hear about the Buddhist who refused
Novocain when he went to the den-
tist because he wanted to transcend
dental medication?" A few knee-slap-


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perslike that will keep the chatter
going every time.
Comnpare cell phones and comput-,'
ers. If all other atterepts fail to find a
common ground to discuss, simply
' say, "May I tell you about my new
telephone, or my wonderful comput-
er?" That should get the conversa-
tional ball rolling at warp speed.
Today's conversations are oriented .
not toward feelings,'goals, and
shared problems, but toward gadg-
ets. "Does your phone let you talk to
people on Mars?" "No, but it allows
me access to every document in the
Library of Congress. Here, let me
Sshowyou." At that point, instant
friendships can .take, place.
Remember to nod and say,
"Hmmmn, is that so?" Conversation,
ideally, is a two-way street. But in
real life it's often a monologue one
speaker, one listener. If you're talk-
ing with a woman you hope to
charm, or an executive you hope will
hire you, it's important to show that
you're paying attention even if
you're not. So be responsive, at least
in a minimal manner. Nod your head


every few seconds, and say "Really?,
Is that so? My goodness. Hmmm."
As long as the other person is doing -
all the talking,.you don't fihave to.
worry about being a skilled conver-
sationalist.'As the Roman orator
'Cicero put it, "Silence is one of the
great elements of conversation."
Don't'be afi-aid to interrupt. On
the other hand;, you should not hesi-
tate to insert your own important
(you hope) viewpoint into the con-
versation, even when the other guy
is speaking. In today's world, inter-
Sruptions are mandatory and rarely
noticed. If you doii't agree with that
statement, try listening to any of
TV's chatter shows or roundtables.
On most of them, no one is allowed
to complete a sentence. Of course,
these gabfests should not be con-
fused with actual conversation,
Whose highfiest forms usually involve
a civilized give-and-take;
Bob Driver is a former columnist
with the Clearwater Sun who now
lives in the Boston area. This column
is made available by the Florida Press
Association.


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Vice Mayor: Charlie Corbett: 583-1767 (cell) email: ocorbett@fbfl.org
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Ed Boner: 556-7554 (cell) email: eboner@fbfl.org
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was not a good man in his 20s. He quit teach-
ing he has a master's degree in education -
and ran a bar. He frequently got drunk and
into trouble and was not very nice to his wife
and young kids.
But he eventually found his way to church
and his Christian faith transformed him. He
became a changed man and has since tried to
live his life according to the Bible.
Media critics compare"Duck Dynasty" to
typical sitcoms, but if there is any one show it
should be compared to, it is "The Waltons,"'
another fine show about a functional, intact
family.
Much like "The Waltons," most "Duck
Dynasty" episodes show'the entire Robertson
clan sitting around the dinner table and saying
grace before they break bread together.
It is their togetherness that draws in view-
ers. We like the way they celebrate simple, tra-
ditional values with humor and self-depreca-
tion. We like the way orderliness guides their
lives and brings order to their families.
You have to be a cynic to miss the obvious
reason so many viewers are tuning in; And
most big-elty media critics are too cynical to
understandwhat "Duck Dynasty" is really
about.
Tom Purcell, author of "Misadventures of a
1970's Childhood" and "Comical Sense: A Lone
Humorist Takes on a World Gone Nutty!, is a
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review humor columnist
and is nationally syndicated exclusively by Cagle
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,.2013 NEWS News-Leader


POLITICS IN BRIEF


Young Repubhicans
Nassau County Young Republicans will
have their monthly meeting on Monday, Oct.
14 at Murray's Grille, 463852 SR 200 in Yulee.
Guest speaker for the monthly meeting will
Nassau County School Board
Chair Donna Maritin. Martin is
associate dean of the Ubrary/
Learning Commons at FSCJ's
Downtown Campus and in 2008
was elected to.serve on the
Nassau County School Board'.
The social will be held at 6
p.m. and the business meeting Martin
will be held fi'om 6:30-7:30 p.m. _______
Nassau County Young
Republican meetings are open to any
interested Republican. Family members and
children are always welcome at the monthly
meetings.
To RSVP attendance or to receive further
information contact Nate Bell at
Nateb4@gmail.com
Cityelection
Qualifying for the city election continues
through Oct. 7'Qualifying packets may be
obtained from the Office of the City Clerk, 204
Ash St., between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5
p.m., Monday through Friday.
A candidate seeking to qualify for a city
commission seat must be a registered
voter in the city; file qualification papers
during the qualifying period; pay an election


assessment fee, $120, equal to 1 percent of the
annual salary of a commissioner, which is
$12,000; and qualify by either paying an addi-.
tional 3 percent of the annual salary, $360, or
file a petition with the signatures of 1 percent
of'i'registered voters (8,713) in the last city gen-
eral election, which would be 88 valid petition
signatures. The deadline to submit petitions
was noon Sept. 23.
The city clerk coordinates all municipal
elections with the Nassau County Supervisor
of Elections and is the official filing officer for
candidates seeking elective office in the' city.
One city commissioner will be elected this
fall to a three-year term.
The election is scheduled Nov. 5, with a
runoff election on Dec. 11 if necessary.
Check the city website, www.fbfl.us, for up-
to-date election information.
Legislative Delegation
State Sen. Aaron Bean, chair of the Nassau
County Legislative Delegation, announced an
organizational meeting and general legislative
public hearing will be held on'Tuesday Oct. 22
from 4-6 p.m. at the Nassau County
Commission Chambers within the James S.
Page Governmental Complex, 96135 Nassau
Place, Yulee.
The purpose of this delegation meeting is to
take public testimony on legislative issues.
Interested citizens wishing to be placed on,
the agenda for the Oct. 22 public hearing are
asked to contact Bean's district office staff at
(904) 346-5039. Those wishing to provide mate-


' SUBMITTED
Florida Attorney General Pamr Bondi, center, with Nassau County Commissioner
Barry Holloway, left, and FSCJ board member Candace Holloway, right, at alreception
at the home of local attorney Buddy Jacob's earlierthis month. '


rials or handouts to the delegation members
can mail them in advance of the public hearing
to Bean's office at 1919 Atlantic Blvd.,


Jacksonville, FL 32225.
All Nassau County Legislative Delegation
meetings are open to the public.


Cut fuel wood in


Cary State Forest


The Thomas Creek tract of
Cary State Forest'is now open
for fuelwood cutting. :
Summer may still be blaz-
ing, but winter is on the wis'.
Nowis the time to cut ytlour Ow\i
fuel wood so it will be dry and
ready to bu-n this fall Vai iot'l
scrub, oak species including
turkey oak or black jack oak,
blue jack oak, live oak, water
oak and laurel oak'are perfect
Sfor a fireplace or campfire and
southern smoked barbecue.
Fuelwood cutting is a family
activity at an affordable price,
$15 for 1/4 cord, which is about
a level pickup load. The fuel-
wood is intended for personal
use only and cannot be resold.
A fuelwood cutting permit is
required and can be obtained
by contacting Cary State Forest


Forester Devon McFall at (904)
,2.66-5021 or Devon.McFall@
. fireshfromfloridacom.'
S Access to the'fuelwood cut-
tinpg area, can be made at the
enti ance to rhi- Thomas Creek
;'tract of Cary State Forest at
Jennifer Road, (state forest
road), about 6.3,mniles north of
Bryceville'arid about 7.1 miles
south of Callahan, on, US 301.
The Thomas Creek tract of
Cary is also open to hunting,
hiking, horseback riding, bicy-
cling, nature "study and pic-
nicking. The Cary Tract in
Bryceville also has camping, in
addition to the recreation oppor-
tunities above. Visit the. Cary
State Forest website for more
recreation inform-ation and
maps: www.floridaforestservice..
com/stateforests/cary.html.


Hilliard balks at


MARY MAGUIRE
News-Leader

Some people think dogs
and cats are free to roam
Nassau Cocinty.
But give them a ride to the '
shelter'and with it spay/neuter'
surgeries as welfas rabies and.
other vaccinatiphs, and the
price is $262 per animal, per
pick-up.
The director of Nassau
County Animal Services says
this is the going rate. And
it is the price he was author-
ized last week by the county
commission to offer the
towns of Hilliard and Callahan
for their fiscal 2013-14
contracts with Animal Servi-
ces.
,. 'That's about a dollar more
than the current contract rate,"
said Director Joe Novello in a
phone interview Thursday


afternoon.
This flat-fee, pay-as-you-go
option is a change from previ-
'ous contracts, which were
based oh an annual fee. Last
year, Callahan paid $11,790 to
have'45 wayward dogs and
cats, plus an' occasional rac-
coon and fox, removed from
its streets. There were 118 calls
'for service.,,
Hilliard received a bill for
$25,676 for the same services
and had 98 animals picked up.
There were 219 calls for serv-
ice
Hilliard has not paid its bill.
"They told me to take a
hike," said Novello at the com-
mission meeting.
The county had sent the
town a contract in 2011 for
some $40,000. Officials balked,
and haven't paid since.
Why the significant rate-
hike?


:county pet

"I'm not sure exactly, that a grant ap
was a proposal from my pred- submitted
ecessor," said Novello. fiscal year.
Novello became, shelter, "Animal
director in December 2011 tant public
after servings an animal con-. cially when
trol officer. Prior to coming said Novell
here he was a K-9 officer with problem, a
the 'police department in to grow."
Maryland. Novello
SNassau County property to date on i
owners pay about $10 annual- if the coi
ly for Animal Services for back-paym
every $100,000 of assessed Novello sai
value, that wouk
Novello said the number of board. '
;service calls is steadily IfHilliar
decreasing, and he credits an flat-fee opt
aggressive spay/neuter cam- cut off?
paign, especiallyiof feral cats, "Cutting
foi" the improvement, drastic, and
PetSmart Charities gave best intere
the shelter a $180,000 grant to said Nove
pay for the program. Novello think, but
says the shelter provided serv-. That's up to
ices for 3,000 animals, and that mminagu
:-il" M O0K( *it)nai ,> ti"'li ,>,,i..


fees

plication has been'
for the upcoming'
Control is an ihpor- '
health issue, espe-'^
i it comes to rabies," 'P.
o. "It's an occasional'
nd we don't want it ,
said Callahan is up .*
ts payments. Asked'
unty would seek2
ents from Hilliard,.:';
id that's a decision
d be made by the',c
d doesn't accept the ,
ion would they be .:,

g them off would be'-
Scertainly not in the
st of public safety," ;'
1lo. "I shudder to'c
that's not my call: .!
o the board."
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WEDNESDAY. SI:PTEMB:RI 25,2013 NEWS News-Leader


SUBMITTED
Nassau County Sheriff Bill LeeperJacksonville Sheriff John Rutherford and agency
representatives shake as they enact Cops Without Borders;


Cops without
"If a criminal lives in Duval roadways such as US 1,
County, but robs a store in Heckscher Drive.
Nassau, we want our deputies to County also borders CG
know they can work that case the north. The Cops
along with the JSO for the ben- Borders cooperative
efit'of both communities," said agreement already ex
Sheriff Bill Leeper during an tween Clay County ant
announcement of the Cops One example of th
Without Boirders program be- ment is in the event
tween Jacksonville and Nassau suit when a suspect crc
County. county line. Officers ca
Leeper and his staff were the suspects into the a
joined by Duval Sheriff John county, quickly notify
Rutherford along with members authority, get assistancE
of the JSO's Zone 6 patrol and ed, and then make the
enforcement team, during the the other jurisdiction.f]
announcement held at the Dunn return suspects for que
Avenue police sub-station. that have been locate
The north side of Jackson- next county, as well.
ville/Duval County shares a "The bad guys do
boarder with Nassau County, geographic boundary
and includes highly-traveled don't stop at thecounty


borders
1-95and rethink their actions...so Cops.
Nassau Without Borders is a powerful
eorgiato way to implement the many
Without policing tools and intelligence,
policing and use it cooperatively, with
exists be- colleagues in neighboring coun-
d Duval. ties," Sheriff John Rutherford.
e agree- ."I like the idea that no mat-
of a pur- ter where you live ifyou com-
.sses the mit crime in the area we can
in follow investigate and share that intel-
*djoining ligence easily and ultimately, we
the local can come get you," said Leeper.
e if need- This program is. similar to the
arrest in partnership recently developed
[hey can between NCSO and -Fernandina
estioning Beach Police Department.
d in the "For the lawbreakers, the
message is when you cross the
n't have line, so will law enforcement in
as. They Nassau or Duval counties"
line and Leeper added.


COURT REPORT


The following report was
compiled by Angela Daughtry,
News-Leader staff, from the Sept.
19 court docket of Circuit Court
Judge Robert M. Foster.
Lisa Margret Anderson
pleaded not guilty to conspir-
ing to traffic in opium or com-
bined derivative and neglect of
an elderly person.
Arthur Welton Barlow
pleaded not guilty to grand
theft.,
1, E William Kyle Baughn
pleaded guilty to five counts of
sale, delivery, purchase or man-
ufacture of marijuana and two
counts of sale, manufacture or
delivery of a controlled sub-
stance and was adjudicated
guilty. He was sentenced to 15
months in a state prison with
credit for time served, to run
concurrently, and ordered to
pay a total of $3,626 in court
costs, $1,050 to the Public
Defender's Office and $700 to
the State Attorney's Office..
Kassie Michelle Baxter
pleaded not guilty to burglary
of a dwelling, grand theft, deal-
ing in stolen property and giv-
ing false ownership informa-
tion to pawn items, $300.or
More.
Joseph Michael Bowser
pleaded -not guilty to two counts
of sale of a controlled sub-
stance.'
Ajury trail date of Dec. 19
was set for'John Christian
Braund, charged with burglary
of a dwelling >'r iot icciupied1
structuii; and riininal mniscihfi.
Brandon Joseph Claxton
pleaded not guilty to posses-


sion of a listed chemical with
intent to manufacture a con-
trolled substance.
Byron Eugene Coats Jr.
wilt not be prosecuted on a
charge of sale, manufacture,
purchase or deliver cocaine
within 1,000 feet of a church,;
business or school.
Tristian Cody Fulcher.
pleaded not guilty to dealing in
stolen property and giving-false
ownership information, to pawn
items, $300 or more.
Jesse L. Harwell was
served an affidavit and denied
a violation of probation
being served for driving while
license suspended, habitual
offender.
II Matthew Wayne Light
was served an affidavit and
admitted to a violation of pro-
bation being served for carry-
ing a concealed firearm and use
or possession of drug para-
phernalia and was adjudicated
guilty. Probation was revoked
and terminated and he was sen-
tenced to six months in Nassau
County Jail with credit for time
served since Aug. 29, and
ordered to pay $1,054.56 in out-
standing costs.
Cameron Tyrell Moore
admitted to a violation of pro-
bation being served for driving
while license suspended, habit-
ual offender, and possession of
drug paraphernalia and was
adjudicated, guilty. Probation
was reinstated and modified to
drug offender probation He
must have a drtig7alk'ohol eval-
uation and follow-up within 60
days, and submiit to random


drug screening. He must imme-
diately attend a weekly support
group meeting such as
Alcoholics Anonymous or
Narcotics Anonymous.
Betty Annette Ogletree
was served an affidavit and
admitted to a violation of pro-
bation being served for obtain
or attempt to obtain a controlled
substance by withholding
information and was adjudicat-
ed guilty. Probation was
revoked and terminated and
she was sentenced to time
served in Nassau County Jail. A
total of $845.50 was tendered
to the Department of Correct-
ions.
Gerald Graham Ohlen-
dorf admitted to a violation of
probation being served .for.pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without' a prescription
and driving while license sus-
pended or canceled with knowl-
edge, first conviction, and was
adjudicated guilty. Probation
was reinstated and he was sen-
tenced to 60 days in Nassau
County Jail with credit for time
served since Aug. 30. He also
must attend two Alcoholics
Anonymous or Narcotics
Anonymous meetings 'per
week.
Robert David',Osteen
pleaded not guilty to burglary


of a dwelling, dealing in stolen
property and grand theft.
A jury trial date of Dec. 9
was set for Leonard William
Owens III, charged with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescription,
two counts of sale or delivery of
a controlled substance and fail-
ure to comply with registration
law.
John Marcus Santorawas
served an affidavit and denied
two counts of violation of pro-
bation being served for petit
theft and four counts'of uttering
forged bills.
Paul Rayshawn Taylor
pleaded not guilty to posses-
sion of cocaine no citation, pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance, driving while license
suspended or revoked and pos-
session of controlled substance
paraphernalia.
Alvaro Soto Torres plead-
ed guilty to a violation of pro-
bation being served for aggra-
vated battery with a deadly
weapon and was adjudicated
guilty. Probation was reinstated
Subject to the original condi-
tions, with an added condition
of 50 hours of community seriv-
ice at .a minimum of 10 hours
per month.
Mark Wade Tyson plead-
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degree, more than $300 but less
than $5,000, and was adjudi-
cated guilty. He was sentenced
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with credit for time served. In
a second case he pleaded guilty
to sale of a controlled substance
and was adjudicated guilty. He
was sentenced to five years in a
prison, to run concurrently with
his first case. He was ordered to
pay a total of $936 in court costs
and $200 to the State Attorney's
Office.
Terrence Devofi White


pleaded guilty to two counts of
possession of cannabis with
intent to sell, deliver, manufac-
ture or purchase and adjudica-
tion was withheld. He was sen-
tenced to 60 days in Nassau
County Jail on each count, to
run concurrently, with credit
for time served, followed by.
court-supervised probation. He
was ordered to pay a total of
$1,036 in court costs, $300 to
the Public Defender's Office
and $100 to the State Attorney's
Office.
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Hi

p
: This was written by Angela
"Daughtry of the News-Leader
.from oral and written reports by
the Nassau County Sheriff's
.Office, the City of Fernandina
"Beach Police Department and
'other agencies. Arrest indicates
Suspicion of a crime, not guilt.
SAnyone with information
,about criminal activity can con-
-tact the Fernandina Beach
Police Department at 277-7342
'or the Nassau County Sheriff's
'Office anonymously by calling
1225-0147 in Yulee or
-Fernandina Beach, or 879-2136
3in Callahan. Hilliard or
:Bryceville. The "We Tip" pro-
:gram 1-800-78CRIME also
,allows callers to leave anony-
rmous tips.

SDrunkdriver
K According to a Nassau
iCounty Sheriff's Office report,
a 31-year-old woman ran her
:SUV into ditch on Midway Road
win the early morning of Sept.
1l4 as a deputy was following
:her vehicle I
.The report states the offi-
cere. a, transporting a prisoner
:to iail. traveling south on A1A
!near Ume Street around 3 a.m.,
:whei lie saw a pickup.truck
and an SUV pass him on the
Right and begin swerving
Toward each other while driving
:60 riph in a 45 mph zone.
SThe. officer called for assis-
tance.as he passed Geiger
Road, according to the report,
while following the vehicles.
SThe pickup truck turned left
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SUV continued south, accord-
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"ping at the Sadler Road light,
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crossing the lane markers.
When the SUV crossed halfway
into the median, the officer
turned on his siren because he
believed there would be a
crash, according to the report.
The SUV then abruptly
turned onto Midway Road and
ran into a ditch, according to
the report. The officer said the
driver, appearing very intoxi-
cated, "staggered out" of the
vehicle. On being questioned,
she was also "unable to carry
on a coherent conversation,"
according to the report.
The driver refused sobriety
checks and also refused a
Breathalyzer test after being
placed under arrest and trans-
ported to Nassau County Jail.

K-9 finds cocaine
A Jacksonville man was
arrested Sept. 10 when a nar-
cotics detector dog found
cocaine in the man's vehicle
after police pulled him over in
Yulee,. according to a police
report.
Undercover detectives were
following a black two-door
Nissan traveling east around 7
p.m. Sept. 10 on SR I200 when
they saw the driver change
lanes without a proper signal,
the report stated.
Deputies stopped the vehi-
cle in the parking lot of First
Coast Community Bank,
463719 SR 200, according to the
report. A detective then
informed the driver, Michael
Crowe, 27, that a trained police
dog was going to do an "air
sniff" of the vehicle's exterior.
Saber, the narcotics detec-
tor dog, showed a positive
response foi drugs by sitting
at the driver-side front door,
according to the report.
On searching the car, police
found four "white, fluftfy rock-
type substances" under the
floor mat behind the driver's:
seat,' according to the report.
The substance subsequently
field-tested positive for cocaine.
Saber is trained to detect
marijuana, cocaine, heroin,
MDMA and methampheta-
mine, according to the report,
as well as items recently con-
taminated with those sub-
stances.
Crowe was arrested for pos-
session of cocaine and trans-
ported to Nassau County Jail.

Chemical trash
A local man was arrested
Sept. 13 at a pest control busi-


ness on South Eighth Street
after police found him carrying
methamphetamine. Police also
found chemicals associated
with mel amphetamine pro-
duction in a nearby I'ashcan.
According to a report,
Fernandina Beach Police offi-
cers observed lights on after
normal business hours at the
business late in the evening of
Sept. 13, which prompted a
properly check.
While checking around the
perimeter of the business, offi-
cers located several items com-
monly used during the manu-
facture of methamphetamine,
according to the report. These
items appeared to be consis-
tent with a "one pot" metham-
phetamine lab operation,
although the items had been
recently used and had been,
emptied' into a trashcan outside
the business.
Police found Thomas Oliver
Garcia, 43, of 86195 Yulee Hills
Road, Yulee, inside the busi-
ness, who told officers the
owner asked him and an
employee to clean up and
i'emove some old items from
the business.
Garcia admitted to remov-
ing the methamphetamine man-
ufacturing items from within
the business and placing them
in a garbage can outside, the
report stated. He also told
police a friend had left the items
behind.
Garcia was found to be'in
possession of several grams of
methamphetainine, as well as a
digital scale that is commonly
used to weigh narcotics, the
report stated.
On arriving at the scene, the
business owner told police she
did not know Garcia, nor, did
she authorize him to remove
any items from her business.
Garcia was charged with
possession of methampheta-
mine with intent to deliver,
unlawful possession of listed
chemicals and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Police are continuing the
investigation.

Felonyarrests
Holly Lynnett Landrum,
34, 45317 Claxton Circle,
Callahan, Sept. 15, battery on a
person over 65 years old.
* Dalton Emery Maddox,
21, 85344 Lana Road, Yulee,
Sept. 15, aggravated domestic
assault, domestic battery ... ,
Larry James Cameron Sr.,!
62', 95006 Dirt Road, Fernandina'


Beach, Sept. 14, aggravated
domestic assault, domestic bat-
tery
Patrick Jay Edwards, 33,
86552 Tiry LIne, Yulee, Sept.
13, Nassau County warrant, vio-
lation of probation/grand theft.
Ricky Ray Robbins, 28,
123 West Hirth Road,
Fernandina Beach, Sept. 14,
aggravated domestic bat-
tery/knew victim was pregnant,
felony or doniestic battery stran-
gulation.
Christopher Douglas
Brown, 37,, Jacksonville, Sept.
11, Nassau County warrant,
violation of probation/driving
while license suspended' or
revoked..
Dustin Stephen Geraci,
28, 1821 Atlantic Ave., Apt. B,
Fernandina Beach, Sept. 11,
grand theft, dealing in stolen
property, false verification of
ownership.
Alyssa Shree Hickey, 21,
Orange Park, Sept 11, burglary
of an unoccupied, dwelling,
grand theft. .; .;
S Deetra"'Jean,Doehne, 25,
JaIcksonviille, Sept. :I, unautho-
rized possessionof a. driver's
license, .trespass after warning.
Dale Jbhn.Buhnham,. 50,
, 2120 Amelia Road, Fernandina
Beach, Sept. 10, grand theft,
dealing in stolen property, false
verification of ownership of
pawired items. :,
*MJoshua Edward Goyette,
26,.727 North Fletcher Ave.,
Fernandina Beach, Sept. 9,
aggravated assault, domestic
battery.' .
*I Davie James Paul Phillips,
20, 95442 Douglas Road,
Fernandina Beach, Sept. 9, sale
of marijuana. ,
William Tyler Conner, 23,
302 South 14th St., Feriandina
Beach, Sept. 4, sale of a con-
trolled. suSstance..:.' I.
'J.reiian John Evatt, 35,
97511 Chester. River Road,
Yulec. Sept 1.'Duyal County.
warrant, writ, of attachment
purge.... .. :
M* ArlindarMichelle Clark,
44, 171213 .Aidrews Road,
Hilliard, Sept. 14, fugitive fromni
justice, Camden County war-
rant, larceny by conversion.
M. Katrina Jones, 54, Lake
Whales, Sept. 14, Nassau
County warrant, violation of pro-
bation.
David Hathaway, 19, 34265
Hathaway Drive, Callahan, Aug.
30, sale of marijuana.
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their parents because they're:
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scamnmed, or are too ashamed contact is common, scammers*
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report crimes, they often make whatever the channel -
poor witnesses because of might be bogus:
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Wild goose chase


love geese as much as
anyone does. In fact, my
career in zoology was
begun by an interest in
animal behavior I cultivated ini
high school and my fascina-
tion with the findings of ani-
mal behavior guru Konrad
Lorenz, who got a Nobel Prize
in 1973 in part for his work
with geese. Lorenz was the
person who coined the term
"imprinting" based on his
goose studies that deter-
mined that baby goslings
would become attached to
whatever moves during its
first day out of the shell.
Usually this is a mama goose,
but in Lorenz's case, it was
him. L6renz studied many
other aspects of goose behav-'
ior too, chronicling their long
monogamous relationships
and the social relationships
between members of flocks.
Yes, indeed, geese are
interesting, fun to watch and:
dramatically beautiful, one of
the biggest birds around.
These days there are many
chances to watch Canada
geese in our area. Their dis-.
tinctive honks call attention to
them when they fly overhead,
Their sedate progress cross-
ing our roads stops traffic in
suburbia. They hang out in
retention ponds, golf courses
and lawns. More and more
geese are settling in our ,
geese-Conducive habitats year-
round.
Many readers have no
doubt observed a large flock
of Canada geese these past
months in the area around


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Sadler and
Will Hardee
Roads,
Kathy
Brooks has
been photo-
graphing
this flock
since the
babies were
WLD first hatched
WAYS in lateApril.
Nowthe
.... group is fully
Pat : grown and
Foster- Turley has been.
g p joinedby
another group, making up a
combined flock of 16 birds at
last count Local residents are '
respectful of them and stop
Traffic to let them cross Sadler
Road to visit the retention
ponds in the area. I've seen
people park their cars to
watch them. And once I saw a .
grandfather and a child feed- '
ing them bread chunks. We've
alldone this one time or
another as kids, I know. It's
Sfun! ... ,
.But .ih oh, now we',:e ini for'
Sit, These geese should have
migrated north this summer,
like most geese do. But this
group likes it here and looks
like they are staying. Some
people are not so pleased with
the idea of large fecal-prbduc-
ing machines likegeese set-
tling in their yards and golf
courses. Count Bucko and I in
this group. If and when geese
look like they plan to settle in
-our backyard retention pond
we make enough disturbance.
over on our side to make this


idea unattractive to them.
Glops of fecal matter over-
nourishes a pond, causing
increased algae blooms, and
glops of fecal matter in our
lawn is not so fun either.
One friend of mine was a
great fan of the pair of geese
settling in her pond, and regu-
larly fed them and their
babies. As the young goslings
grew up her appreciation for
them diminished consider-
ably. When the pair with
babies morphed into six or,
eight large birds each produc-
ing 11/2 pounds of poop a
day on her backyard patio,
this had to stop. Now if a
goose dares show up, she's
out with a broom chasing it
away.! .
Non-migratory geese are
also occupying golf course
lakes and fairways on Amelia
Island causing similar prob-
lems for golfers I've heard of
one golf course manager that
now has a specially trained
dog just for "goose control."
TherJe are even. companies
like "Geese Police" specializ-
ing in training and selling bor-
der collies just for the purpose
*of chasinggeese;
-. Despitethe proliferation of
non-migratory geese in our
area in the past few years,
they are still federally protect-
ed underthe Migratory
Species Act. Geese learn to
migrate by following their
parents'migration routes.
If the parents don't migrate
their offspring will not do it '
either. What is now 16
geese along Will Hardee and
Sadler Roads and dozensI
more on area golf courses will
next year be who knows how
many new pairs, all staying -
here,looking for their own
pond to raise their own fami-
Slies in.
So, what do we do? For
those geese living in areas
where the.neighbors are
unconcerned, like Those
along Sadler and Will Hardee
Roads, all is well. The
retention ponds these geese
visit are in parking lots,
behind the old Food Lion and
other, locations Where their
output is ri6.t a conspicuous
problem. But if you are a
homeowner and don't want
them in your own backyard,
there is a solution.The
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
of Ner a suggestion Visit'their
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B SECTION


HORNETS SWARM


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Ironne Colev, left, carries the ball for the Yulee Hornets Friday night against the visiting Forrest Rebels. Morgan Sutton and C
:up for a tackle, right, while teammate Spencer Acosta holds off a Rebel. Yulee won 32-6i in the district opener and moves to 2


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The Hornets are 2-1 ovei-
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coach at Yulee High School
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players came out and got off
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thing that we had talked
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TFdrrest and a lot of the -
teams fl'om Duval Courinty will
out-athlete us, so we have to
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take advantage of th, oppr-
tunities we create and we did
that We tell th. players mnst
games are lost. not won. and I
think if we follow that we will
have success All threi: area.,
of the team had sdlid games-"
Quarter back Austtn
SWagner was f'.,ui-ol-riine to!
39 yards Dalton Bradley's
lone pass attempt I haltbac k
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attempts.
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Adams had seven tackles
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who also had a quarterback
Ssack
Garrett Hrnders.in had
three stops and sack and
Brice jri's inte- rcept-d a
Rebel pass
Yulee tiavcls l.\ Wohs.-n
SFriday fi,,r th' second of
se\' n straight disti ict game-
Kickoff is set I',I 7 p mn. in
Jacksonville ".
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C(hachi NIoses connected
with Anthony L)uclos on a 32-
yard touchdown pass later in
the quarter.
S "Episcopal n mved the ball
late in the second. h t we,
were able to hold themni to a
field goal," said Travis Hodge,
I FH ]jNL: N'.'.LFAE'E .head football coach at Fern-
.arv De'veaux team andina Brach HighSchool.
2-1 overall. "W'c missed an opportunity to
score before half; time ran
but on us and we had the ball
on the one. That wxas bad
cl,)ck manas.eni nt on my
part."II. ..
e n e r_ .Hubbard'ua-n't finished.
He broke the first play of the
S: second half, going 80 yards
;for his second TD. The
SPirates went up. 20-3. Tony
Frankland and Moses scored
the last two.Pirate TDs.
'"We played well enough to
win butti eally' ni-sed a lot of
oppt ir'tuniets." Hodge said.
ne miss-i] two r-ixtra p,.ints.
a field goal and a touchdown,
.so we have to get better and
S improve if we want to keep
.leaving with smiles on Friday
night: We-have four games
-until thu bye week so we're
. 5really I,,king at this as a four-
game season.-
Menendez is a ve'-"v much
improved fo,,tball te'n; They.
are scoring a ton. of points.So.
we have-our hands full the
next four weeks and it starts
this week"


Damonte Barfield powers into the end zone for a Yulee touchdown Friday, above. Damien Harper, below left, and
Nick Parker, below right, with tackles for the Hornets.


s.in. which isvi ry lalenled, Ramsay said "We have to
plus we have lo travel" remember to focus on the


day-lo-day ro',uline of sc hhool tudes and.liicus in the right
and t1o0tball and k-e-rp the ati- direction "


Rebels race in to bring down Yulee quarterback .Austen Wagner, Ileft. Bradley Thornton, right, with a field goal attempt ais Daulton Bradley han-
dles the hold. '


v VOLLEYBALL

6-7 Pirates

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Orlando

showcase
The Fernandina Beach
High School girls volleyball
team carried a -7 record into
Tuesday's district match at
home against Raines
"We have started out the
season with tough matches
against some of the best
teamsin Jacksonville and sev-
eral injuries as well," said
Shannon Strumlauf. head
coach at FBHS "We hav, one
senior, this year, Sierra
SConner.".
` Juniors on the team in-
clude CarraiThomas, Lolly
Anderson, MacKenzie Kane,
Cassady Watson and Savan-
nah Bean. Sophomores are
Kelly Hill (out with a frac-
tured hip), Sarah Moore and
Kora Baker (out for an ACL'
surgery). Freshmen include
Maggie Mathews and Haley
Cox, who recently tranis-
ferred from Califurnia
The Lady Pirates traveled
to Orlando Sept: 13-14 for the
Winter Park/Lake Highland
Prep High School Showcase.
FBHS won the silver bracket,
going 4-1 on the weekend
with the lone loss coming at
the hands of the division win-
ners.
"We had a tough loss
against Episcopal (Thursday)
in five," Strumlauf said. "The
girls played well and battled."
Episcopal won 29-27,
FBHS answered 25-22,
Episcopal took the next game
25-13 and again FBHS
responded 27-25. Episcopal
held on for a 15-8 victory in
the final game.
Conner had a double-dou-
ble with 27 assists and 22 digs
for FBHS. Thomas had 15
kills and Bean lead the team
in aces with five.
The Lady Pirates head to
Bolles Thursday. The team's
Dig Pink match is Oct. 8
against Fletcher. FBHS plays
at Yulee Oct. 3.


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Junior tour kicking off Sunday

:"The North Florida Junior Golf Foundation
.our is getting ready to kick off the new sea-' GOLF NEWS
0n Sunday.
"Many of my kids that were on the PGA Clee r i- nCi l i b
Junior League team are now competing on the' Sollege Gridiron Golf Classic will be held
.NFJG Tour," said Jack Aschenbach, tourna- Sept. 27 at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation's
;lent director of tihe North Florida Junior Golf Oak Marsh course. All proceeds benefit the
Foundation and president of the Northern Fernandina Beach High School Foundation.
chapterr PGA. Aschenbach coached the Register a college team. Pregame registra-
fAmelia National PGA Junior League team over tion is at 11 a.m. with a 12 p.m. kickoff.
t.he summer. sTailgate party is from 5:30-9:30 p.m. It is open
i uryearly is broken down into o everyone. Cost is $40 per person.
three siies (fall, spring and summer) with Golf fee is $150 per person and includes.
bree series (fall, spring and summer) withta
outstanding support fronm more than 20 of our, boxed lunch and tailgate party. Format is a
,top-notch clubs in the Jacksonville area. captain's choice. Wear favorite team gear.
Juniors will be playing 9-10 one- or" two-day Prizes and raffle items willbe up for grarbs..
events in. each series, more than 30 tourna- For info-mation, contact Katie.Cdfibs at
e t 557-6083 or
.:ments in all.during the new season, which katiecombs@yahoo.com or Jay
,runs from September through July. Mock at 753-2004.
S'The courses are ouir best in the area,
including g several from Fernandina Beach,"
;Aschenbach said. "We will be taking the kids Queenofclubs .
to the University of Florida to play the Mark Winner of.the Amelia River
:Bostic Golf Club and at the year-end compet- Golf Club Women's Golf .
lig in the North Florida Cup Matches as Association Queen of Clubs ',
S:ieigning champions.". tournament for September was
SOther eventsinclude the Titleist Kathleen Walker Walker
Invitational in St. Johns County,the NFJG- -"
'JAGA City Amateur at Timuquana, the Dr. o
:ordon Ira Classic at Hyde Park and the Sitngromct ., ..
NFJGTourChampionship at Sawgrass : The third annual golf t.,inn:inm.-ni b>-n-lit-
:Country Club and Glen Kernan, Country Club" ing Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare will
SParticipants will also compete at the '. be held Nov. 4 at Amelia National Golf and
.Reunion.esort in Orlando. against other North Country Club. Registration is at 11 a.m.
:Florida Section Junior Foundations. Shotgun start is at noon.: Sponsorships are still
S"We will be giving Florida Junior Tour available. Contact Cherie Billings at 277-2995
Exemptions, a higher level of competition for or email Golffitirnanient',.'spbli hg.
:.'.kids to expe iencewhen the FJT is intoWn," .
Aschenbach ;aid, It's going to be an exciting NwYSEALtU1rnhe'
year as wegrow the game, the tnemberiship of ,-". ..
:the NFJG and our kids-.. The third annual Navy SEAL Foundation
.,ic ,'r v i- i v~ ,. \" -iri j' j i -
: "What's really amaz.'ing is that at the begin- benefit dinner and silent auction.will be held at
"ing th year, as prsid.nt 'A f h, NC NFPF theOmni Amelia Island Plantation Nov. 9 (the
nin' u th --ycar, as pridvn5ifltn th,: rilNC r N FP-> *
A wesiurgoalndurtoppiritvon golf tournament has sold..out i Dinn.-r tickets
D}A. we Set 61.11r goals-and )uir top prhirity (in .... .
ruwing junior golf ITh.- PGAjunikrl-agui are available for $50 per person. This event is
:arwigju i open tothe pubic Fundniicigrdinnargn.
'otthe fire started for me as the Northern opento the public. Fundliangdinn,-r an,
chapter git w t, 15 clubs involved largest silent auction begin at 4:30pm,
s Proceeds supot heN;. EA
:.volven'rent since inception to my knowledge Proceeds support the Navy 'EAL
*4 :-and then being offEred a job to conlinur my Foundation, which pri.,,'dr iniredaio, and
_rsonal support and to grow this wonderful y ongoing support and assisane to the Navy.
'game insuring our v,,un ones continue our SpecialWarfare community and their families.
,ari itn- Donations are welcome and tax-deductible,.
.. For inrmation.call t4i 6, -535. Forinformation, c.,ntact Joe MTurphy at
S .. ., . .. ; 206-3935 or mudguard lO/gmail conm, Torni
B H: .g' i.ons..s. Corbin,277-5907or tcobii,@omnihotelsc:m.
FBMSgridiron Classi c -', .:"or Larry Byrd, 753-0457 or miarrybird 127@
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TENNIS NEWS


T : he Omnni Amelia I-lancl
Plantation onice again'welt
'comes tennis ehthtsiastso
'Racquet Park as the U.S ..
-TennisAssiciatiin lit ,'sis the
". ;resort's tourlth IO.O()
:Ainie[ia Island W-nmren' "
:Tennis Championships
through Sept. 29 The field f.:r

'voeijg~ n I I I~.jnmS
: the, $LQ ig0.tpeti 4 l,

.ship'ai USTA PnI Cii cui
:evrnt, will feature 32 singles
i',nd 16 doubles teams.
: Risingwomen's competi-
tors will contend in the
,amelia Island Women's
;Tennis Championships with. "
:players ranked as high as No.
3.06 in the world.
..' Play will begin each day at
10 a.m. at Racquet Park at the
.Orinni Amelia Island
,-lantation tennis: resort, with
?the singles finals t, be held
'Sept. 29 at 1 l'a m flillowed
:by the dubl,=s final. .
Entry into the daily play is
oo:mplinm.ntary and entryinto
'the finals will be a $10 dona-`,'
lion to: Juvenile Diabetes.
-ReseaichFoundation.- '"
,' The week of professional.-
*tennis on Amelia Island will"
ials:, include a ROGY tennis
tournamentt Sept. 28 from 90
rn. ." ',


11 a mni. fr a S20 entry fee.
For information on the
event, contact the Amelia
Island Cliff Drysdale Tennis
team at the pro shop at 277-
5145.
*Ajunibr challenge lad-
dier isbeing offered to junior
players duringthe month of
October. Divisions include 16 -
"'Tr l u*li-i 7l9riq au unde'"N
busv ytid girls laddeirs. ",I
Players are encouraged to
play 1-2 matches per week for
five weeks from the ladder!
offerings. Email michele
niaha'rmiisn c,nim for informa-
tion:;p ;..". ,- ,.." '
City of Fernandina
Beach youth programs are
under way at the Central Park
courts. Schedules are avail-
able at the city of Fernandina
Beach Parks and Recreation..
utfice or by mailing
michelemrnaha'nmsn corn
For infoi.rmatior, on dclin-.'
ics, lessons or equipment
repairs, email michelema-
ha@msn.com: -.
S* Tennis classes are avail-
Sable at the Yulee Sports
Complex. Nassau County
Home Educators classes are
W Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1
p.m.


`2013 SCHEDULES


SFERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
r varziry Foo1uioa
-i ScCl 27 al r,,1ererndez 7 .:0
':aoci FORT WHITE' ,. 7:00
'Oci 11 at West Nassau . 7:30
'0t 18" TAYLOR CO.' (HC) 7:00
:Nov 1 at Madisort County' 7'30
'fto 8 at Christ Church 7:00
..,, District' .
S" YOLEE HIGH SCHOOL
pt. 27.. Varsity Football
Sept. 27 atWolfson*' 7:00
,Oct 4 at Paxon' :' 7:00,
:0ci 11 RIBAULT" *, 7:30,
.Oci 18' BAKER COUNTY' .7.0,.
ct 24 at Bishop Kenny T ,7:00
.I..i, 1 STANTON(HC) .-7:00-,.
;Nov. 8 WEST NASSAU T7:30'
'fDistrict ;. ;
;;: YULEE HIGH SCHOOL '
..; : ,' a Volleyball ':'
*3rSep 26' at Camden.Coudty'" 600
..:l : FERNANDINA*' 6 3d
'Ocl 8 at Andrew Jackson* 6F30i
'Oct. 9 CAMDEN COUNTY 630k
Oc. i 10 WESTNASSAU .6:30:
**0:i 12 Dig Pink at Fletcher TBA
cil 15 at Trinity Christian 6:30
;O:T 17 at Hilliard, 6:30.
'Qct. 21-22, 24 District at FBHS
-,District. Junior varsity matches at 5;30
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.-FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Juhior Varsity Football
'Oct 3 at Bolles 7:00
10: 10 WEST NASSAU 6:00
0ct.23 at Yulee, ,6:00
'FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
:.,: ,,. Volleyball
'Sept. 26. at Bolles 5:30/6:30
0Oct. 1 MANDARIN 5:30/6:30
;'ct. 3 at Yulee' 5:30/6;:30.,.
Oct. 8 FLETCHER '5:30/6"30
Ocil 9 JACKSON*' 5:30/6:30
0.':i 11-12at Bolles Invitational
'Cci 16 at Fleming Island 5:30/6:30
:Oci i8-] 9 JVtourneyatBK
:Otl 21.24 DISTRICT4-4A
',District
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
2- Swimming
Sept. 27-28 Florida SPA
Oct. 1 BISHOP SNYDER 5:00
'Oct. 10. at Florida D&B .4:30
"Oct. 15 STANTON 5:00
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
;'' Bowling
:Sept. 25 FERNANDINA 4:30
;::ERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
.'- Girls Golf
t6ept. 25 at West Nassau 4:30
jSept. 26 at Yulee 4:30
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Sept, 30 PROVIDENCE 4:00
Oct. 7 at Providence 4:Oq
Oct, 14 District
Oct.. 22 Regional '
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
S- Girls Golf .
Sept. 26 FERNANDINA 4:00
Sept 30 HILLIARD 4:00
,Oct. 7 WEST NASSAU 4:00.
Oct. 14 or, 15 District
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGHSCHOOL
S.. ' BoysGolf.
Sept. 25. at West Nassau 4:00
Sepi 26 ar 'uiee 4:00
Oct: 1 ai Ep.icorel ;, / 4:00 .
,..- t 3 T ililT', 4:00
C'.:! at Providence 4:00
(.Oct. 10 -*BISHOP KENNY 4:00
,"Qct 14-or 15 District ,
Oct. 22 ,Region ,
Oct. 28-30 State
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL .
.. Boys'Golf .
Sept 26 FERNANDINA 4:00
Sept. 30. HILLIARD 4:00
Oct. 7 WEST NASSAU 4:00
Oct., 14 or 15District
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
S *Swimming
Oct. 8 at NE Florida Inv:, Bolles
Oct. 10. at Florida D&B 4:00
Oct. 24 District 2-2A
Nov. 1 Region 1-2A
Nov.9. State 2A at Stuart.
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Cross Country
Sept. 28 at Ponte Vedra Invite
Oct. 1 County at'Hilliard 4:30
Oct. 12 FSU Inivite, Tallahassee
Oct. 19 AMELIA INVITE 8am
Oct. 24 District 3-2A
Nov. 2 ', Region.1-2A at Lake City
Nov.9 State 2A at Tallahassee
FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE
SCHOOL
Football
Oct 1 CHRIST'S CHURCH 6:00
Oct. 8 CAMDEN 5:00
Oct. 15 at Yulee 6:00
YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Football
Oct. 1. CHARLTON COUNTY 5:00
Oct. 8 at Bolles 1 6:00
Oct 15 FERNANDINA BEACH 6:00
Oct. 22 CALLAHAN 6:00
YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL,
Volleyball
Sept.26 B team champ atCMS
Sept: 27 County at Hilliard
Sat FBHS


Private lessons and cus-
tomn clinics are also available:
More information can be
found on the Yulee Tennis
Foundation'website at www.
Yule'tennisFoundation.com,
or by mailing michelema-
ha@msn.com.
Kraft Tennis Club mem-
berships are available at-the
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Old Course, Camousie& &
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Defending: Branden Grace
Winning Score, 22-under par
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SPORTS SHORTS


Family Fun Beach Run/Walk
The sixth annual Family Fun Beach
Run/Walk will be held Oct. 19 at Peters Point
on Amelia Island. Registration starts at 2:30
p.m.; the event starts-at 3:30 p.m. Cost is $20
for adults; children are free with a donation.
First-place prize of $1,000 goes to the
school with the most participants; $500 for
second place. Run and/or sponsor a child. A
$20 donation provides a child with a bus ride
if needed, warm-up, event, dinner, beverage, .
award and a T-shirt.Sign up at www.cisnas-
sau.org/events.html.

Basketball tyouts
The Basketball Club of Florida AAU organ-
ization based in Fernandina.is holding tryouts
for 11U girls (fourth and fifth grade). Tryouts
are Oct. 19 from 9-11 a.m. at. First Baptist
Church in Fernandina. Contact Coach Millar
at millarhome@bellsouth.net. Visit the BCF
website at www.bcfhoops.org.

Yulee Little League
Yulee Little League will. hold its annual
board meeting Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the
gym at the Yulee Sports Complex. All volun-
teers are encouraged to attend to vote for the
2014 Board of Directors. Email yuleelittle-
league@ gmail.com for information. ,

Magic Pelicans open in Jax
The NBA's Orlando Magic and New
Orleans Pelicans will kick off'their 201.3-14
season with a preseason game on Oct. 9 in
Jacksonville. An interactive fan venue wHll be
located outside the Jacksonville Veterans.,
Memorial Arena on game day. The event will
include a salute to membersof the military.
and veterans community, which are an into
gral part of Jacksonville ...
This event marks the third time the Magic
have played in Jacksonville and the first since
2008. It will be the first game in Jacksonville
for the newly-named Pelicans, who will debut
new uniforms .
Tickets are on sale at the arena ticket
Office, online al JayEvents corn or through
Ticketmaster. Seats start for li'ttle-as $15, with
courtside seats available for $250 each. For
-information on sponsorships or VIP.opportuni-
ties,, contact the city ofJacksonville'Sports &
Entertainment office at (904) 630-3697.

BoulesOMb
Amelia:lsland Boules Club holdspetanque
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 Atlantic Avenueand South 11th Street. Pe-
tanque (pay-tonk) is a cousin of both horse-
shoes and bocce,.the Italian bowling game.
The.public is welcodrme.to join. Call 491-1190.
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Jeff Gallowayrun/walk
A local group meets Saturday mornings for
runs/walks using the Jeff Galloway training
method. Train for a marathon, half-marathon
or 15K. Call Mike Hagel at 415-6039.

Bowling leagues
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.

Fifylngcub
The Amelia Island Light Sport Flying plub
is looking for a few more members.
Membership is initially limited to 12 full part-
ners. The group has identified an aircraft
(Paradise P-1) for purchase and is ready to
begin flight operations once the purchase is
finalized. If flying f6r less than $100 per hour,
low monthly dues and no. FAA medical certifi-
cate requirement interests you, call Sam Lane
,at (904) 624-0650 or Mickey Baity at 556-
6136. .

Oranizedbike rides
There.are organized bicycle rides
Thursday starting at 9 a.m. and Saturdays
starting at 8:30 a.rm. All rides start from ,Main
Beach. Park near the miniature golf course. "
SCyclists 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 miles with rest stops along the way and
loops back to th6 starting point at around 10
miles before continuing on the remaining 20
miles of the route. Anyone who joins the;
group will not be left behind. Lunch is option- .
al.l
SThere is also a regular ride Mondays for
experienced road cyclists starting at 9 a.m. at
various locations on Amelia Island and in ,:
Nassau County. The starting points and dis-
tances for these rides will be.announced.
Helmets and a bicycle in good working .
condition are mandatory Call 261-5160 or,
visit www ameliaislandcycling corn, .:.
www.sports. groups.yahoo:com/group/sriders
or www.nfbc.us. .

Beanumpfie
Baseball and softball umpires can join the
fastest growing umpires association in
Northeast Florida, the River City Umpires.
Association. River 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, Punarnm, St. Johns or Nassau County,
contact Terry Padgett at.(904) 879-6442 or
visit www nvercityumps corn.

Sports association


,aiungLuubme'eM t :. Nassau County Sports Association meets
The Amelia Island Sailing Club meets the at 7 p.m. the first Tuesday at the county build--
first Tuesday at the&KraftAthletic Club at Ten ing, Yulee. Call 261,-1075 or 277-1609 for
Acres. Social hour at &:306.m., meetingat' information :- '
*!-:30 p.m:ontact.C6oMmmdore Kent IcKe ...- .. ,'-., .': 1 .
at (770) 287-5606 or com-ndore@ameliais- To subtnmitan item:forthis column, contact
landsailing.org. Visit www.ambliaislandsail- Beth Jones at 261-3696 or email to
ing.org. . bjones@fbnewsleader.conm. '


The Alfred Ounhill Links With a birdie to thwart a late
Championship is one of the nchest : charge by Jordan Spieth,
golf ,tournaments on the European followed by Ihree pars from
Tour. It is played on three different the'sand, Henrik Stenspon
links courses, centered around the dosed with a 2-under 68 on Sunday
"home of golf, S.t Andrews in Fife, fora three-shot'4victory to capture the
Scotland. The three course rotation TOUR Chamoionstlip and the FedEx


STournament Results
1. Henrik Stenson
smro:- 13 1 :. I
Pu .e: $1,440,6]i00
W T-2. Steve Stricker
l "-'cse :10
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consists of The Old Course at St AndreWs, Carnoustie Golf Links Cup. The 37-year-old Swede walked. Jordan Spieth ,
and Kingsbams Golf Links. The tournament is a pro-am, with the away with $11.44 million, $10 million.' puae $?e.rjMA
format based on the long-runrining PGATour's AT&T Pebble Beach for the FedEx Cup and $1.44 million
National Pro-Am.,Many of the amateurs are well known personalities for winning theeTOURChampionship. '"This is way beyond whatl I cold
from the world of sports arid entertainment. have imagined," Stenson said, who moved to No. 4 in the world.


European Tour Event Alfred Dunhill Links
Championship .
DayTime Network
Thu!,9/26 8-30am-12.30pm GOLF
Fri, 9/27 8.30am-12.30pm GOLF
Sat, 9/28 8:30an' 12:30pm GOLF
Sun, 9/29 8':00am-12:30pm GOLF


Golf is reoire as having been played
at Camoustie ifi the early 16th century.
Who won the first Open Championship
at Camoustie in. 1931?'.
a) Bobby .Jones:, '. c) Gene Sarazen
b) Tommy Armoir d) JohnnyFarrell
Answer: b) Tommry Armour


. . .. .-


rj Tiger Woods won the-PGA of
\- America's award for player of the
'S" 7 year, which is based on a point
system. Woods accumulated 90
points, 1,0 for each of his five wins, 20 points
for winning the PGA Tour money title and
'20 for winning the Vardon Trophy for lowest
adjusted, stroke average. It was Woods'.
11th PGA Player of the Year award and his
ninth Vardon trophy, but' he had. not won
either since 2009., Woods earlier this month
wrapped up the Arnold Palmer Award on the.
PGA Tour. for winning his 10th:money title
with juOt over $8.5 million. He also won the
Byron Nelson Award for scoring average for
the10th time. }


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Henrik Stenson
Turned Professional: 1999
Word Ranking: 4th
2013 PGA Earnings: $16.388.230
PGA Tour Wins: 4


Through Sept. 22, 2013
* I) Henrik Stenson
.4,750 pis.:t 8 top tens,
2) Tiger Woods
2,743 pts. / 8 top tens.,
33) Steve Stricker
S2,650.pis I 8 top tens : "
S 4) Adam Scott
S 2,278 pts. / 6 top tens


t\ A common problem that young golfers have is that they "sky" a lot of drives 5) ...c
That they hit; The most common, tendency for the average golfer is to swing 2,238 pts.
"' downward harder than normal with' their driver, allowing the club -to get V ..
j-. dl under the ball more than necessary and pop-up, their drives. Our tip for FedEx Cup Standin
S the',Veelk is to .actually tee their ball up higher than normal' to help prevent Eiayer
Iil6) Matt Kuchar
S these pop-ups. Teeing their ball higher gives an optical illusion that they wil 6Matt Kucha
need to swing more level to make better contact with the ball. Therefore, when they are 7) Jordan Spieth
o8) Graham DeLaet
thinking about a more level swing each time they want to hit a drive, it is more likely that 9) Ph Mickelson
success will occur oh a more consistent basis. 10) Justin Rose '


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OUTDOORS


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,2013 SPORTS News-Leader


Deep channel redffish
i' mLPI.lb I


As an avid large-
mouth bass fisher-
man, I soon learned
during the heat of
summer, as water tempera-
tures soared, freshwater bass
would exit typical shallow-
water structures and spend
most of their summer living
in deepwater depths.
When first exploring salt-
water fisheries, I also discov-
ered saltwater gamefish spent
most of their summer living
and feeding in deep water.
However, I also learned dur-
ing certain periods of the
month and tidal phases, salt-
water gamefish would move,
from their deepwater habitats
into nearby shallow water
structures to feed.
Such was the case last
week when a full moon
arrived Thursday, flooding
vast amounts of shallow
spartina marshes. This set up,
a perfect tidal phase for local
redfisherman Adam Loud and
visiting Warren Stoughton,
who enjoyed a banner day of
shallow water redfishing.
"The marshes really flood-
ed nicety this past Wednesday
and Thursday," Loud said.
"We saw lots of tails in the
'flooded spartina marshes and
the redtfish w-re on a gdod
bitr tuo Lungtime friend and.
redfish tournament partner
Warren Stoughton and I had
little problem in catching our
tworedfi-sh limit"
Loud and Stoughton also
redfishrd Friday, one day
after the full moon and, like in
many past full moon. phases,
the redfish had been feeding
pretty heavily just before and
right on the full moon. The
days following a full moon,
redfish seemingly have satis-
fied their appetite for fiddler
crabs and other shellfish that
inhabit the flooded marshes..
"Warren Stoughton and I
had a tough time hooking up
to flood tide redfish right
after the full moon," Loud
said. "There were fewer tails
flagging in the flooded marsh-
es and the redfish that we did
cast to seemingly were not
willing to take our artificial
lures."
Also keep in, mind that the
redfish bite in typical shallow
water structures adjacent to
Amelia Island spartina marsh-
es has been slow during the'
last few weeks due to warnm
water temperatures.
However, there has been
an excellentt redfish bite tak-
iing place in deep water chan-
niels, where redfish weighing
from 6-40 pounds have been
taking a variety of dead and
live baits fished on the deep
sides of bars and jetty rocks.
On Friday, when redfish-


ing proved to
be slow'
along the
deep sides of
oyster bars
anrd at creek
mo uths,.our
s fishing party
t w barbed live
OTDO finger mullet
OUTDORS to 1/4-ounce
.... led head jigs
oTehfyLacoss and began
working
deep water structures in the
Amelia River. The trick here
is to keep moving your red-
fish skiff along a shallow flat
where it drops off into deep
water with the aid of an delec-
tric trolling motor.
Led head jigs rigged with
live finger mullet are cast to
the shallow side of the drop-
off then slowly retrieved out
into the deeper depths of the
river. When a heavyweight
redfish takes your lure and
live bait combo, hang on.
Deep channel redfish also
seem to'be on the sove and
oftrentimes are located in one
section of' the Amelia River
one day, then located in
another location a day of tide
later. With this in mind, deep
channel river prospecting for
redfish demands a lot of
exploring with both your
skiff's fish finder and electric
trolling motor.
An old tactic I used many.
fishing seasons agowas to
frunmy fishing boat slowly
down the deep edge ofthe
Amelia River while keeping a
close aeye on my fish finder.
Once a hard lime rock bottom
was identified and both bait-
fish and gamefish were
marked on the fish finder, I
would fish the area slowly
with a deepwater jig and live
bait combo.
IFishing a deepwater chan-
nel for redfish is much like
fishingthe flooding oyster
bars and marshes; structure
is key.
Redfish are also on an b
excellent bite at the
Cumberland Sound and at
*both the north and south jetty
rocks. Both recreationaland
charter fishing boats have
been doing real Well for large
red drum weighing to 40
pounds during all tide phases
while fishing.deep on the bot-
tom with cut baits, large dead
shrimp and a half of a blue
crab.
Be sure to have a venting
tool on board to deflate the
redfish's expanded air blad-
der. Current FLW regulations
for redfish include a two-fish
bag limit per day per angler.
Redfish must measure at least
:18 inches and not more than
27 inches.


S .. ...... .... PHOTOS BYTERRYLACOSS/SPECIAL-
Rodney Tocco, top, is pictured with a deep channel redfish.he caught recently while fishing a deep hole just adjacent--
to a large mud and oyster flat Brad Corbin, left, is pictured fighting a deepwater redfish with light spin tackle.
Deflating the inflated air bladder of a redfish with a special tool, right, is important to successful catch and releases.


RECREATION ROUNDUP


The city'of Femandinia
Beach Recreation Depart-
Sment (www.fbfl.us) offers:
Indoor soccer Wednes-
days from 6-8 p m at Peck'
Gym. Fee is$2 for city resi-
dents, $5 non-city.
I Yogapod Flow is '
Tuesday, Wednesdays and
Thursday from 12:30-1:30
p.m. at the Peck Center. Pods
and round yogamats.are pro-
vided Valaya Y'ga is
Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 9:30-10:30 am. at Peck,
Mats and pods are provided.
Pick-a-pose workshop is
Saturday from 9-10:30 a.m.
Sat PecK. Sunrisebeach yoga
classes are Wednesdays from


IK


7:30-8:30 a.m. at beach
access No. 8. Pods provided.
Fee for all classes is $7
per class or $30 for five for
city residents,.$8 per class or
$35.for five classes for non-
,city residents. Workshops are
$20 Registration is required.
'Conta'ct Brenda Kayne at
.,.:548-3224 Or email bck-
ayne@yogapod.net.
Openbasketball is Mon-
days, Wednesdays and
Thursday from 11Ia.m. to 7
p.m., Tuesdays and Fridays
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m.'at Peck Gym, based on
court availability. :.
Adult volleyball is from 7-


FERNA NVJNA Bk.EA(
Tides, Sun & Moon: September 25-


Sun.
9/29

Mon.

9/30

Tues.
10/I

Wed.
'10/2


'Tide calculations are for Amelia River, Fernandlna Beach. No
Sun & Moon events arme also calculated for Fernandina Beach, although actual tin


9 p.m. Tuesday and Fridays
at Peclk Oym.Cost is.$2 per'
day for city residents ($5 non).
Youth volleyball is from 3-5
p.m. Tuesday and Friday. Fee
is $2 (city), $5 (non-city).
Peck Gym weight
room/cardio area is open from
11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday
through Friday, Offering free
weights, selectorized equip-
ment, Star Trac treadmills,
Precor elliptical machines;
Schwinn bikes for ages 13
and up (ages 13-15 with adult
supervision; 16-17 unsuper-
vised but with waiver signed
by parent or guardian).
Atlantic Center fitness
room offers Precor treadmills


: TIDES
October 2, 2013

Moonrise 2:16A. High 4:46A 4.79'
Sunrise 7:18A Low 10:50A 0.54'
Moonset 3:SIP High 5:17P 5.37'
Sunset 7:13P Low 11:29P 0.60'
Moonrise ,3:IOA, High 5:4A5A 5.01'
Sunrise 7:18A LowI 11:43A 0.35'
Moonset 4:28P High 6:10P 5.54'
Sunset 7:12P
Moonrise 4:04A Low 12:16A 0:32'
Sunrise 7:20A High 6:38A 5.32'
Moonset S:38P Low 12:34P 0.11'
Sunset 7:09P High 6:59P 5.74'
Moonrise 5:00A Low 1:0OA 0.01'
Sunrise 7:20A High 7:27A 5.66'
Moonset S:38P /Low 1:23P -0.16'
Sunset 7:08P High 7:45P 5.93'
corrections are necessary.
ties may vary because of land masses.


tn OANY
|ELE7^ I SYNTHETIC
*OFF OIL CHANGE
904-277-6969 FFILC G'
.k~a -nm amm m-~ -R a m- m- - ia -w pu -e -m p~ p a a


and elliptical machines, Star,
Trac bikes,'Hammer S'trength
plate loaded.fitness machines
and Magnum Fitness Bian-
gular Series machines. Open
Mondaythrough Friday from 7
a.m.:to 7 p.m. and Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 4p.m. for. ,
ages 13'and up (13-15 with
adult supervision; ages 16-17
unsupervised with waiver).
Fee is $3 a day for city resi-
dents, $5 non-city; $25/31 per
month; $120/150 for six
months; or $180/225 for a
year.
Daily/monthly fitness area.
fees are $3 per day, $25 per
month, $75'for four months or
$180 for 12 months for city
residents; $5 per day, $31 per
month, $94 for four months or
$225 for 12 months for non-
city residents. Daily fees and
memberships are valid at both
fitness areas,
Personal training is avail-
able at, Atlantic 6r. Peck Gym
with Jay Robertsoh, ISSA cer-
tified personal trailer, perform-
ance nutritionist and specialist
in fitness for the older adult.
Cost js $30 per session, $75
per week (thre6 sessions) or
$200 a month (two sessions a.
week). Monthly packages
include dietary analysis and
food program. Call Robertson
at 310-3361 to schedule a -'
free introductory appointment.
Private swimming les-
sons for children ages two
and up and adults in 30-mi-
nute sessions cost $20 for city
residents, $25 for nort-city;.
four-pack $60 for city and $75
non-city; eight-back $100 for
city residents and $125 (non).
Fall homeschoolers' swim
clinic at Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center pool runs
through Nov. 21 on Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 11-11:50


a.m. for ages four and up..: Peck Center are Tuesdays :
Swimmers must be able to and Thursday from 6:30-8:30
complete 25 yards.continu- p.m. for ages 14 and up. Cost,
ously and unassisted in order is $25 per month for city resi- .
to register. Cost is $25 per. dents. $30 non-city Contact .
month for city residents, $31 Dan-Kelley at (904) 400-1498",
non-city., or diverdan9@gmail.com for ',
Femandina Beach Scuba information.
Club meets at 6 p.m. the third Shotokan karate classes
Tuesday at the Atlantic Ave--'. for ages 6 and up with instruct'
nue Recreation Center. Call ,.' tor Jerry Williamson arefrom
Kathy Russell 753-1143, or ', 3:3Q.4:30 p.m. Monday and
email krussell@fbfl org for Wednesdays in the Peck :
information, Center auditorium. Fee is $40,:
Aqua 1 water aerobics is monthly for city residents ($45':
from 10-10 55 a m weekdays for non-city) Uniforms avail- "
at the Atlantic Avenue Reprea-, *-bl through instructor.
tion Center pool Deep water ",-.Rhgister at the Atlantic
aerobics (aqua fitness belts ,;',venue Recreation Center.
required) is Mondays, Wed- ; ,,. Zumba fitness classes
nesdays and Fridays from 11- .' ,ligh intensity) at the Peck ;,
11 55 a.m Cost is $50 per -'i peterrte, second floor, are frornm.
month (city residents) and .X,.9.,30-10.3Q a m. Monday,
562 50 (non-city) for one las',.'. Wednesdays and Fridays and
per day: $60 (city.) and $75 "."'"from 6-7 p m Wednesdays. ,:
(non-city) for two classes: or. '' Zumba gold (easy) classes .
$5 for one class, $10 for two... are from 11-11:45 a.m.
Gymnastics and tumbling Mondays, Wednesdays and ..
for cheer classes are held at Fridays. Zumba toning (resist?"
the Peck Center. Beginner ance) is from 9:30-10:30 a.m.::
classes are Tuesdays and Tuesdays and Thursdays. '
Thursday from 3:15-4 p.m: or Feesare $5 per class or $45,-:
4-4:45 p.m. Advanced class for 10-class punch card for ;
on Tuesday and Thursdays city residents; $6 per class or.
from 4:45-5:45 p.m. Fee is $55 10-class card for non-city;::
$60 per month for city resi- Register at the Atlantic ,
dents; $75 rinon-city. Annual Avenue Recreation Center. :'
fees are $12 (payable to AAU1" Call Kathie at 206-0107 for '
for insurance). Call (904) 404- information.
6758 or visit www. freshspiri- Check out Central Park -,
tadventures.com for informa-' tennis court keys at the
tion. Atlantic Avenue Recreation
For.PADI open water Center ($5 deposit, refund- -
scuba certification, partici- able if returned within a year)..
pants must provide masks, --Beach wheelchairs can
snorkels, fins, booties and be reserved at the Atlantic '
weight belts. Fee is $250 Center; refundable $50 depo--,
(additional fee for check-Out sit required. Call 277-7350. .
dives). Register at Atlantic Maharaj Tennis at Central
Avenue Recreation Center. Park offers adult clinics ;r
Call Kathy Russell at 277- Monday through Saturday.
7350. Call 548-1472 or email
Aikido classes at the michelemaharaj@msn. comn.


SSunrise 7:16A High 1:16A 5.13'
Moonset 12:S9A Low 708A 0.19'
* Sunset 7:18P High 1:44P 5.64'
Moonrise 1I1:44P Low 7:54P 0.72'
Sunrise 7:16A High 2.02A 4.89'
r.Moonset 1:47A Low 7"59A 0.47'
SSunset 7:17P High 2.32P 5.42'
Last Quarter 7:12P Low 850P 0.90'
Moonrise 12:33A High 2.52A 4.73'
Sunrise 7:17A Low 8:56A 0.62'
S Moonset 2:31P High 3:24P 5.29'
Sunset 7:1ISP Low9.46 0.92'
"" Moonrise :.24A High 3:47A 4.69'
S Sunrise 7:17A Low 9:54A 0.64'
.Moonset 3:13P, High 4:20P 5.28'
Sunset I 7:14P Low 10:39P, 0.81'


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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25.,2013
NEWS-LEADER */ FERNANDINA BEACH. FL


In times of need, comfort food best medicine


Whoever coined the word
comfort food must have lived in
the South. The comfort is in the
form of body healing, lovingly
cooked food and can be the best
medicine. Whether it is recovery
from illness, a family emergency
or the loss of a family member, a
little home cooking by someone
else may be just what the doctor
ordered. ,.' .. : "
Living in the South has,
brought food to our doorstep
when we needed it most-.We try
and return the favor. Yes, the gift
of food is wonderful and sustains
in times when cooking is far from
a high priority.'Recenitly, it has


been our turn to bring food
instead of being the recipients of
someone's generosity and home
cooking. The Big Guy and I have
had several opportunities to
bring food to friends that could
use a little TLC in a time of need.
We have several favorite
meals we deliver, most involving
chicken. One casserole'is so
good that Big Guy insists I cook
two, as he hates to see it go out
the door. One for friends and one
for our house. We try and keep it
simple. A chicken casserole or
chicken soup, a pasta or fruit
salad and, always, something.
sweet. A bottle of wine is always


welcome. Flowers nourish the
soul as well. My last stop before a
delivery is a sweep through my
backyard garden to put together
a bouquet to accompany the com-
'fortfood. -
A few rules of the road. Be
sure you coordinate with other
folks Who may also be bringing
food. Refrigerator congestion can
be a problem. Coordinate days
and menus. Sometimes recipi-
ents enjoy company or even shar-
ing a meal. Be sensitive and drop
and run if that seems best. Label
your containers to make it easy
in case you may get them back.
Don't send food in your favorite


casserole dish. You might not get
it back.
Bad day? Everyday comfort
food can be any number of
things. Sometimes it's an Oreo
cookie or a bag of peanut M &
M's. Most of us have memories
of comfort food from our child-
hoods those steady, predictable
dishes that always appeared
when they were most needed.
For me it was chicken noodle
soup, tapioca pudding, macaroni
and cheese, grilled cheese sand-
wiches and, always, ice cream!
We all have our personal comfort
foods, For me it is a chocolate
milkshake. After a bad day at the


dentist, a colonoscopy or other
icky test, Big Guy knows the first
stop for this girl is for that cold,
delicious, chocolaty milkshake.
There are comfort foods and
there are cravings. They aren't
the same, Cravings can be choco-
late, potato chips or'a certain
kind of food like Mexican. Instant
gratification demanded. At our
house late at'night? '
' Popcorn!
Dickie Anderson welcomes
your comments. Books are avail-
able at local book and gift stores or
online at www.dickieanderson.
corn.
dickie.anderson~gmail.com


SMNI TYS 'i'lBK!


,... SLI I'NI M r L)
HadpingTakeStock .
Take Stock in Children Nassau was awarded a check for
$500 recently by the First Federal Bank of Florida's
SFernandina branch to sponsor the inaugural newsletter
qf the program. Mike Micklqr, Oice president market
tnanager of the local braiij presents the check. The
inaugural newsletter will highlight the success story of
student Kimi Watanabe, who excelled at Fernandina
Beach High School and was given the opportunity to
attend the college of her choice. Through her collegiate
trials and tribulations, Kimi leaned on the support of her
mentor and the entire Take Stock staff, who she says
kept her on track and full of hope. The newsletter will go
on to reveal Kimi's current success as a Sandalwood
Iigh School teacher in Jacksonville. The bank, with two "
branches in Nassau County, is headed into its second
year of sponsorship of the Take Stock program. During
its firstyear, First Federal contributed to underwrite the
'"Keeping the Promise" brochure, focusing on the unpar-.
alleled graduation successes of the Take Stock in
(Ohildren Nassau program.


Jaguars update
The Fernandina Beach Rotary Club recently welcomed
Jaguars President Mark Lamping, above with club
President Shannon Brown. Lamping joined the Jaguars
franchise in 2012 after more than 20 years as a sports
executive, most notably with the St. Louis Cardinals and
at Metlife Stadium, home of both the New York Giants
and the Jets. While he is responsible for all business
operations, Lamping said much of his focus has been on
restructuring the team's front office. He said he is confi-
dent in the Jags' new leadership under owner Shad
Kahn, General Manager David Caldwell and Coach Gus
Bradley..However, he admitted the team has significant
rebuilding to do and said not all of that is about the play-
ers. Although the first priority is to improve the team,
Lamping said the franchise also needs to improve the
overall experience at Everbank Field. Lastly, he said the
Jaguars need to increase revenue by broadening the fan
base on a global scale, which is why the Jags will now
play one game a year at Wembley Stadium in London.
Lamping said he knows it's tough to be a Jaguars fan
right now, but believes the team will grow stronger under
the leadership of a new owner, manager and coach.


SUBMITTED,


Givng hope


At a recent meeting the Kivanis Club was delighted to host guest speaker Mary Moore, 'manager of the Salvation
.Army Hope House, which is linking arms and purposes with individuals, churches, business and civic groups to
provide services to people in need, including free clothing and emergency food, financial assistance, emergency
travel and gas, weekly worship services, probation counseling and periodic classes. Moore also talked about the
need for sponsorships and volunteers for their Camp Keystone, Stuff the Bus and Senior Angel Tree programs. If '
you or your business is interested in helping, contact Moore at 321-0435 or stop by the Hope House at 410 S.
Ninth Street Above, Moore, center, receives a check for $250 from Club President Stan Storey. Merrell Moore,
right, is the manager of the Salvation Army's Kettle Campaign. .


Dog parkdonation
Barbara Fox, vice president/human resources at CBC National Bank, presents Brandy Carvalho, right, executive
director of the Nassau Humane Society, with an $803 check from CBC employees for the NHS Dog Park. Also
pictured in front of the wading pool in the small-dog area of the park are John Fox, left, an active volunteer, and
NHS President John Landregan. Fox said CBC employees pay $5 to wear jeans on "Jeans Fridays." The money is
donated to local charities. The dog park gift represents four Jeans Fridays, plus additional contributions from
employees. "We're a pet-friendly company," she said. The NHS Dog Park, 641 Airport Road, Fernandina Beach is
open daily exceptTuesdays. Visit AmeliaIslandDogPark.com.


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PHOTO BY MELANIE FERREIPA/FOR THE NEWS-LFADER


PET. project
The Fernandina Beach Rotary Club recently welcomed Bill Ericksen, Ed Kramer and Jack Burke, above, from left,
with club President Shannon Brown, volunteers with the P.E.T. Project. Burke explained that P.E.T. is an acronym
for Personal Energy Transportation. The project, founded by Pastor Mel West in 1995, builds and distributes
three-wheeled, hand-cranked carts to individuals who have lost the use of their legs because of landmine explo-
sions, illness, birth defects, disease or accidents. He said more than 20 million individuals in developing coun-
tries around the world lose their mobility and many, especially children, are simply-left to die because they cannot
walk. P.E.T.'s mission is to provide the gift of mobility and a chance for a more normal life. Burke said some
38,000 people in 'more than 100 countries have been given the sturdy wood and metal carts. P.E.T. partners with
global medical missions to distribute the carts free to the disabled. They are built by more than 20 affiliate manu-
facturers in the U.S., including a shop in Fernandina Beach. The local facility, manned solely by volunteers and
housed in a building donated by Memorial United Methodist Church, machines enough metal parts to construct
600 carts a year. Call Jack at 261-5691 to volunteer.


CROSSWORD/SUDOKU
PEOPLE & PLACES
PETS


PAG 5B


PORCH

* Dickie
Anderson






WEDNESDAY; SEPTEMBER 25,2013 AROUND TOWN News-Leader


This beautiful little kitten's
name is Majestic. He is a
domestic medium hair and
approximately two months
old. Majestic has a fluffy black
coat with gray highlights and
blue eyes. Look at that face -
so adorable! Needless to say
he is a typical kitten, wanting
to play and have someone to
love. Majestic came into the
shelter with several siblings
that are also still available for
adoption. The adoption fee for
the cats and kittens is only
$25. This includes the
spay/neuter, a one-year rabies
vaccine and a microchip. They
are also given a set of boost-
ers and checked fori- kitty dis-
eases. To see them in person
go to the Nassau County
Animal Services, 86078
License Road, Yulee, 491-
7440, Tuesday through Friday


Jeremiah. is a very friendly
'6-month-old brown tabby boy.,
Jeremiah lost an eye due to an
infection, but you would never
know the way he runs around
the adoption center chasing
and playing with the other
cats. He is a sweet boy who
loves to be held and cuddled
too. Jeremiahis a bundle of
energy and loads of fun.. Stop
by the Cats Angels Adoption
Center to meet Jeremiah. Cats
Angels is committed to help-
ing all our cats and especially
our older felines find "forever"
homes this year will you
help us do that? You can read
more about them on our web-
site at www.catsangels.com/.
Cats Angels Thrift
Store/Adoption Center at 709
S. Eighth St. is open Monday
through Satur-day from 11
a.m. til 5 p.m. or you can call
321-2267 to meet with an
Adoption volunteer.
Our Halloween Shop is
fully stocked. Choose from a
large selection of d-coi aliun.
and party'-upplies at the Cats
:" Angels Thrift Store as well as
* household items, linens, jew-
elry, toys, DVD/CDs and a
Huge selection of used books.
SPlease stop by Cats Angels
- Thrift Store/Adoption Center
and help support the kitties
through adoptions, purchases


Gabbie is wonderful
SAlaskan Husky mix who lived
: with someone, but her owner
couldn't keep her anymore.
She's friendly, beautiful and
loves affection! She has a lux-
urious cream-and-tan coat and
gorgeous brown eyes. She's
about 2 1/2 years oldmedi-
um-sized and fully grown. She
walks well on her leash and .
Swe believe she's housetrained.
She's playful and loves to play'
with toys, and she gets alohg
well with other dogs here at
the shelter Gabbie would love
to show you that she already
knows how to be a great dog
for a single person or family-
come meet her and you'll see!
Deandra is a beautiful, ele-
gant young lady who is very
affectionate and craves being
petted! She's a Domestic ,
Short Hair mix with a shim-
mering, silky coat and beauti-
ful pastel eyes. She's about 2-
years-old and was the mother
of three kittens, but'they're
grown now and Deandra is


11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturdays 11
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and closed
Sunday and Mondays.
This dog is Caboodle. He
is a tan and white boxer mix.
He is approximately 10
months old and is heartworm
negative. Caboodle came in to
the shelter as a stray but gets
along well with other animals
and people. He is a very sweet
dog. All he wants is for some-
one to pet and love him. Our
adoption fees for dogs are
$35. This will include his
neuter appointment, a one-
year babies vaccine and his
microchip. He has also
received his booster shots. If
you would like to see him
online, go to www.petfinder.
com. Once you fall in love
with him, you can see him at
the*Nassau County Animal
.Services.


and donations of resale items ,
or for cat care it is all greatly
appreciated. Also visit the
Cats Angels shop for unique
items at Trailer Park'
Collectibles, 702 Centre St.,
which is open daily. Don't for-
get to recycle and bring your
aluminum cans to our parking
lot bin.
I There are too many home-
less and unwanted animals in
Nassau County Please don't
add more. Have animals in
,, uu cam e.spayed and
neutered and encourage your
friends, family anid neighbors
to do the same. Cats Angels
can help you with lower-cost
options. We can also help trap
feral cats. Call 321-2267 or
visit vww.catsangels.com for
more information. Spay and
neuter the responsible s6lu-


ready for a loving forever
home of her own. She's a ,
medium-sized cat and is fully '
grown, and ready to give you
all the love you can ask for!
Deandra also is one of our
Tuxedo Tuesday cats 25 per-
cent off the adoption fee for
black and black-and-white cats
on Tuesday. But any day is a
great day to adopt Deandra;
please come see her very
soon!
You can see pictures and
videos of our adoptable dogs
and cats at our website,
NassauHumaneSociety.com.
And you can meet them at
our adoption center at 671
Airport Road now open six
days a week! The hours are
S11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-
Friday, 11 a.m.4 p.m.
Saturday and 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Sunday. Please come on
over, bring your family and
your other pets, and meet
your new best friend! You can
call us at 321-1647 or email
adoptnhs@yahoo.com.


Micah's Place marks special month


Micah's Place will observe October
2013 Domestic Violence Awareness
Month by placing its banner above Eighth
and Lime streets in downtown Fernandina
Oct. 1-7. It invites the community to par-
ticipate in events throughout the month of
October to bring awareness to the com-
munity about Micah's Place's programs
and services and education regarding
domestic violence prevention.
Baskets with its purple ribbons and
awareness materials will be distributed
throughout Nassau County to local busi-
nesses, churches and medical facilities.
Below is a list of events or visit http://mic-
ahsplace.org/events/eventcalendar.html.
Saturday, Sept. 28 from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Micah's Place will have a booth at'the
downtown Fernandina Beach Market-
place. They will be selling their cookbook,
A Savory Taste, hand out purple ribbons
and awareness materials and answer ques-
tions on programs and services.
Wednesday, Oct. 2 from 7:30-9 a.m.
The 3rd Annual Appreciation and
Awareness Breakfast will be held at the
Fernandina Beach Golf Course. This event
is the Micah's Place opportunity to thank
its volunteers who assist throughout the
year with the shelter hotline, awareness
events, fundraisers and the holiday food
and gift drive. Also, to thank community
business partners and organizations for
their continued support Guest speaker
will be state Sen. Aaron Bean.
Thursday, Oct. 3, 7 p.m. (Hilliard
Town Hall). Hilliard Mayor David
Buchanan will present Micah's Place with


Si--foaCE


a proclamation observing October 2013 as
Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Saturday, Oct. 5 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Micah's Place will have a booth at the
Amelia Farmer's Market located at the
'Shops of Omni Amelia Island Plantation.
They will sell their cookbook, A Savory
Taste, hand out purple ribbons and aware-
ness materials and answer questions on
programs and services.
Saturday, Oct. 12 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
the 2013 Amelia Island Wine Festival is
supporting Micah's Place. The event will
be at the Shops of Omni Amelia Island
Plantation. Sample dozens of award-win-
ning wines from the premier growing
regions of Argentina, Chile, Australia,
New Zealand and South Africa. Micah's
Place will benefit from this special event.
For tickets and more information visit
www.ameliawine.com.
Monday, Oct. .14, 6 p.m. (Nassau
County Commission Chamber). The coun-
ty commissioners Will present Micah's
Place with a proclamation observing
October 2013-as Domestic Violence
Awareness Month.
Tuesday, Oct. 15,6 p.m..(Fernandina
Beach City Hall). Mayor Sarah Pelican
will present Micah's Place with a procla-
mation observing October -2013 a.s
Domestic Violence Awareness Month.


PHOTO COURTESY OF KEMIN-JOURNAIS.BLOGSPOT.COM
The Florida panther is one of the native species sustained at White Oak' .
Conservation Center. ,


White'Oakconservaton


topic ofnext Wild Nite


"White Oak and thfe World
of Conservation" will be the
topic for Wild Amelia's next
Wild Nite, set for Tuesday,
Oct 8 at 7 p.m. at the Peck
Center Auditorium, 516 South
10th St in Fernandina Beach.
The program is free and
open to the public and will
focus on the various breeding
programs, release projects
arid research at the White Oak
Conservation Center in Yulee.
Highlighted will be the pro-
grams featuring native species
such as the Florida panther
and the Mississippi sandhill
crane.
SLocated on 7,400 acres of
forest and wetlands ip
Northeast Florida; White Oak
focuses on wildlife conserva-
tion and is a workshop center
for the arts. Some of the
world's' rarest wild animals are


sustained there through con-
servation, research, educa-
tion, breeding and field pro-
giramnis. Among them are
gazelles, cheetahs, Florida
panthers, cassowaries, bon-
gos, giraffe, zebras,, rhinos,
wolves and sandhill cranes.
Once a. rice plantation
owned by Zephaniah Kingsley
until the Civil War, White Oak
was purchased in 1938 by the
Gilman family and used for
timber production, training
and breeding horses, arid
recreational programs for the
,Gilman Paper Company. In
1982, Howard Gilman began a
program for the conservation
and propagation of endan-
gered species; in 1993, his
'Foundation and White Oak
provided the setting for con-
ferences and artists' work-
shops, including tile Mikhail


Baryshnikov Dance Studio.
In March 2013, Mark and
Kimbr-a Walters, noted con:
servationists, became the new
owners of White Oak.
Come learn more about
this fascinating refuge at the
October Wild Nite, one in a
series of nine monthly nature
forums sponsored by Wild
Amelia, and leading up to the
eighth annual Wild Afnelia
Nature Festival, May 16-18,
2014 at locations' on and
around Amelia Island. Wild
Amelia is an all-volunteer non-
profit whose mission is' to edu-
cate residents and visitors.'
about the wildlife and wild
places of Amelia Island. For
more information about Wild
Amelia and its year-round pro-
grams, visit www.wildamelia.
com and Wild Amelia on
Facebook.


.CATS ANGELS,


Booksignings
Scott Stevenson, author of Decay Time: A
Wall Street Murder and Morality Tale, will
speak about his book and hold a book sign-
ing on Sept. 26 from 5-6-p.m. at The Book
Loft, 214 Centre St.
Stevenson worked in' New York and
London for several global investment banks
as well as boutique finance firms over his 20-
year career. He now lives in Tennessee.
Scott is the son of Millie Stevenson of
Amelia Island.
In the book, a dead man is found in an
opulent Manhattan hotel. Who is he? Was it
murder or .suicide? And would it make yet .
another headline about the financial melt-
down rocking Wall Street? Chip Smith, a vet-
eran investment banker at Smyth Johnston,
was looking forward to a comfortable retire-.
ment until he found himself an unwilling
player in a changing Wall Street scene.
When the grisly hotel death investigation
lands on Symth Johnston's trading floor,
insights into this new culture all come into
play. View the book at Amazon.com. Call the '
Book Loft at 261-8991.

Sue Chamblin Frederick's newest
romance is Grandma Takes A Lover an
enchanting story about a widow who real-
izes it's never too late for love. Delight in the
humorous adventures of Adela Queen
Harper when she discovers that passion is
ageless and becomes the envy of every
grandmother in town.
The author, who also writes spy thrillers
(The Unwilling Spyand Madame Delafloti,
Impeccable Spy) will sign books at the


Hilliard library onSept. 26 from 4-7 p.m. and
in Fernandina Beach at St. Peter's Episcopal
Church on Sept. 28 from 10 a.m.-4 p.:m.
Author's marketplace
The Local Author's Market Place will be
held Sept. 28 and 29 from 10 a.mn.-4 p:m: at,
St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 801 Atlantic
Ave., Fernandina Beach, featuring more,
than 30 authors, (including New Yofk Times
, bestselling authors Wendy Wax and Ken
Burger), five workshops, childi-en's activi-
ties, Sonny's BBQ and'more. Visit www.
localauthori-smarketplace.net for information
or call 321-6180.
On Sept. 29 from noon-2 p.m. enjoy an
Author's Luncheon with talks by Wendy
Wax and Ken Burger at Joe's 2nd Street
Bistro. Lunch is a choice of prime rib,
shrimp and grits, or chicken, beginning wfth
soup or salad and followed by chocolate
decadent dessert. Enjoy two h6ous with the
authors. Tickets are on sale at Books Plus
with proceeds benefiting Family Resource
Center of Nassau County to purchase books
for children. For information call 261-0303.
Youngwriters
The Nassau Youth Writers Program
meets the third Tuesday of each month at
Books Plus, 107 Centre St. For information
contact nassauyouthwriters@gmail.com.
FOLbookclub
The Friends of the Library Book Club
meets at 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of
every month in the parlor room of St. Peter's
Episcopal Church, 801 Atlantic Ave. New
members are always welcome.


NASSAU COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES


PET

PROJECTS

Barbecue
_ &bluegrass
:: RAIN Humane Society will
host its annual-Barbecue, .
'Bluegrass & Boots fundraiser
'at the Fernandina Beach
.. ,Woman's Club on Sept 28
'from 5-8 p.m. Tickets are $12.
and will be sold at the door.
SYour ticket will include barbe-
cuepork dinner, dessert, live
music.and a silent auction..A
cash bar will also be available.
All proceeds will benefit the
animals in the care of RAIN:
Humane Society.
SRAIN's PawsAbility thrift
store in the Harris Teeter
shopping center will have a
50-percent off sale Oct. 4 and
5. It is open 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Mega adoption
First Coast No More
Homeless Pets announces
that more than 1,000 home-
less dogs and cats will be
'looking for new homes as
part of the Mega Adoption
event Oct. 4-6 at the,,
Fairgrounds. The goal is to
help empty out local shelters
and rescues and save these
innocent lives. The event is
sponsored by Best Friends
Animal Society and PetSmart
Charities. Adoption fee is $20
for all pets. They are
spayed/neutered, microchip-
ped, and vaccinated.
The mission of First Coast
No More Homeless Pets
(FCNMHP) isto end the
needless killing of cats and
dogs in the First Coast com-
mtnity through free and low-
cost spay and neuter pro-
grams. -Visit www.fcnmhp.org.
Garagebooksale
Cats Angels will hold a
garage book sale on Oct. 12.
-Stop'by Cats Angels at 709 S.
Eighth St. from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. and choose from. a large
and new selection of used
books. They will give you a
bag and.for $1 you can fill it
with books.
When you come to shop,
Don't forget your aluminum
cans'for the recycle bin. Cats,
Angels, Inc. SPCA is a
501 (c) 3 nonprofit organiza-
tion. It receives no govern-
ment monies and relies solely
on donations, grants and
fundraising to support its
work. For more information
: visit http://www.catsangels.
Scorn.
Wanted- adopters
If you are looking for life-
long pet friend, Nassau
County Animal Services has a
number of dogs and cats that
have adoption sponsors and
the only cost to you is $10 for
a county tag if you live in
Nassau County.
Stop by Nassau County
Animal Services, view the
pets and take one home.
Most are spayed or neutered
and have current rabies
shots. Your pet also comes
with a microchip. Most are
visible online at nassaucoun-
tyfl.com. Go to the
"Departments" link ahd click
on Animal Services. Go to
adoptions and click on cats or
dogs. Some of the animals
have videos.
Nassau County Animal
Services is located at 86078
License Road in Yulee, behind
the Auto Zone and across
from Target on AlA, Call
491-7440.


NASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY


LITERARY LEANINGS


Friday, Oct. 25, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and
Saturday, Oct. 26, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. the
Consignment Crawl is back at the Purple
Dove Resale Center. A total of 19 local
area resalers will participate in the. Fall
Consignment Crawl. The two-day event
will highlight a variety of local area resale,
consignment, thrift and antique shops.
The Purple Dove will have unique sales
during the two-day event. As an incentive
to visit all 19 participating shops, a raffle
drawing for the grand prize will be offered
to participants who complete the crawl.
Saturday, Nov. 9 at 6 p.m., Micah's
Place is celebrating with a "Roaring 20's
themed event." Ten years of operating as
Nassau County's certified Domestic
Violence Shelter calls for a spectacular
event. Attending will be celebrity guest
speaker Victor Rivas Rivers, a veteran film.
star, former NFL Miami Dolphins player,
a childhood survivor of domestic violence
and best-selling author of A Private Family
Matter. VIP meet-and greet with Rivers will
be 5 p.m., a cocktail reception will be 6
, p.m., and dinner will be 7 p.m. The event
will be held at the Omni Amnelia Island
Plantation. There will also be a silent auc-
tion to help raise funds for Micah's Place's
prograrhis'and services. Contact Kelly
Monti, project coordinator, at projectco-
ordinatori-@micahsplace.org or call 491-
6364, ext. 102 for information.' Various lev-
els of sponsorship are av-ailable and
donations for the silent auction are wel-
corned. For more information on any of
'the events, visit thewebsite www.micah-
splace.org or call Monti.






WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 AROUND TOWN News-Leader


PEOPLE &PLACES


SPECIAL EVENTS

Talk for teens
Will Bryant, a former con-
vict'turncd mentor and model
citizen, will speak to parents
and teens about his experi-
ences and how bad actions
can have very bad conse-
Squcnces, on Sept. 27 at 6 p.m.
at the Boys and Girls Club in
Fernandina Beach.
Registration is required at
491-9102. A free barbecue din-
ner will be served, though
donations are appreciated.
'Love Uist'atACr
Tickets are on sale at
Amelia Community Theatre
for the season opener, "The
Love List." In this hilarious
comedy, Leon helps his buddy
Bill fill out a matchmaking list
of 10 qualities he wants in a.
woman. When this ideal
woman shows up, Bill quickly
Understands the wisdom of
the old adAge, "Be careful
what you wish for."
Performances are at 8 p.m.
Oct. 3-5, 10-12, 17-19 and at 2
p.m. Oct.. 13 at 207 Cedar St.
Adult tickets are $20 and stu-
dent tickets through college
are $10. This show does have
-. adult content and situations.
Season tickets are also on sale
for $100 for a six-show pass or
$85 for a five-show pass.
Purchase all tickets online at
www.ameliacommunitythe-
atre.org or call the box office
at 261-6749.
Celebrity luncheon
ARK of Nassau, which sup-
ports developmentally dis-
abled adults, will benefit from
Sthe "Celebrity Waiter
Luncheon'. at Ciao Italian
Bistro in downtown
Fernandina Beach at 11:30
a.m. Oct. 3 and 4. Additional
seating until 2 p.m.
"It's a competition. Who
will get the biggest tips?" says
ARK Executive Director Faye
Johnson. On Oct. 3 State Rep.
Janet Adkins will be the
maitre d' and city commis-
sioners the waiters: On Oct 4,
State Sen. Aaron Bean will be
the maitre d' and counts com-
missioners will be waiters.
Lunch is $10. Seating is limit-
ed. Call 206-4311 for reserva-
tions.
Soundson Centre !
Sounds on Centre, present-
ed by the Historic Fernandina
Business Association, will fea-
ture blues artist and "One
Man Band" Ben Prestage,
using roots instruments, on
Oct. 4. Concerts are held
March through October on
the first Friday of each month
from 6-8 p.m. on Centre Street
between Second and Front
streets. Don't forget your
chair. Sounds on Centre is a
community event, all ages
welcome. For information
contact the HFBA at down-
townfernandina@gmail.com
or visit www.downtownfernan-
dinabeach.com.
JazzFest
The Amelia Island Jazz
Festival is Oct. 6-13 with head-
liner concerts by noted swing
masters the Royal Crown.
Revue, Oct. 11, and smooth
saxophonist Mindi Abair, Oct.
S 12, at the: OmniAmelia Islaqd
Plantation Resort Concert
Pavilion, as well as other
exciting events, including jazz
Sand blues nights. For the
complete schedule of shows;
jam sessions and venues or
Sto purchase tickets go to
www.ameliaislandjazzfestival.c
orn. For more information call
(904) 504-4772 or email
info@ameliaislandjazzfesti-
val.com..
A not for profit 501(c) (3),
corporat!9n, the Les DeMerle
Amelia Island Jazz Festival
distributes proceeds toward a
college scholarship program
for aspiring jazz musicians.
THIS WEEK

,Bingo Thursdays
The public is invited to
* .play bingo every Thursday at
'the Legion, 626 S. Third St.,
Fernandina Beach, in the
large smoke-free meeting
hall. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
and early bird games start at
6:05 p.m., with regular play
beginning promptly at 6:30
p.m. The bingo session is nine
games for $20, with multiple


Sjackpots paid out. Fori ques-
tions.email post54bingo@
yahoo.com.
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 mate-
rial related to the practice and
philosophy of Insight
Meditation and mindfulness,
followed by a 45 minute sit-
ring (30 plus 15 minutes).
Anyone interested in medita-
tion is invited to attend all or
part of the gathering. To learn
more go to ameliainsight.org
or call 261-9143.
Gerri's Comer
Gerri's Corner of Comfort,
a nonprofit resource center
for women with cancer,
answers questions in a confi-
dential setting, provides sup-
port group information,
brochures, reference materi-
als, a lending library and
more through trained volun-
teers. It offers stylish head
coverings, hairpieces, sleep
caps, chemo bags with neces-
sities and comfort pillows free
of charge. Open Monday-
Friday from noon to 4 p.m. in
Maxwell Hall at Memorial
United Methodist Church -on
North Sixth Street, downtown
Fernandina Beach. Call 277-
0099.
Genealogy group
Genealogy group meetings
are held at Yulee United
Methodist Church, 86003
Christian Way, Yulee, the sec-
ond and fourth Thursday of
each month from 9-11 a.m.
'New members are welcome.
Call 225-5381 or Paulette
Murrin at 548-9752 for infor-
mation.
Nassau NAMI.
Nassau NAMI (National
Alliance on Mental Illness)
hosts advocacy meetings the
third Thursday of each month
at 6 p.m.. at the Northeast
Community Action Agency,
1303 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
Scharge.. .
Family support meetings,
also free, are the fourth '
ThursIay at.7 p.m. for family..
members/caretakers of those
with a mental health diagno-
sis, at St 'Peter's Episcopal
Church, 801 Atlantic Ave.
Nassau NAMI provides
emergency medications,
emergency dental services,
referrals/support and toi-
letries/shoes to individuals
with chronic mental illness.
To learn more or to volunteer,
contact President Lisa Mohn
at 277-1886 or email Nassau
NAMIFlorida@gmail.com.
Maritime Museum
The Maritime Museum of
Amelia Island hosts a pro-
gram on a current topic every
Friday at 6 p.m. The pro-
grams are jointly sponsored
by the museum and Amelia
Research and Recovery, LLC,
the Amelia-based company
that searches for and recovers
sunken treasure from Spanish
Galleons. The museum is.
located at 1335 S. Eighth St.
No reservations are needed.
Call (904) 838-6688 or (904)
'838-6619.
Freeyoga
SConnected Warrior, a gen-
tle, 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 military,
veterans and their families.
Email info@goyogaamelia.
comn.
Laptopworkshop
A beginner Laptop
: Workshop will be held in
. September at the Council On
,Aging East Nassau, 1367
South' 18th St., Fernandina
Beach, for people interested
in learning the basics of their
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
chal'ity. Call Jan at 583-2870
for dates and registration


information,
Artist books
Artist Books with Eliza
Holliday at Island Art
, Association Education Center,
18 N. Second St., will be held
Sept. 27 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Cost is $75, all materials
included. A Japanese bound
blank journal will be made in
class with paste paper covers,
as well as several supplemen-
tal bindings. Contact Eliza S.'


Holliday at www.letterist.com
or 556-2517.
Hobohoedown
American Legion Post 54
at 626 S. Third St. will host a
Hobo Hoedown from 5-7 p.m.
Sept. 27. Bring two cans of
non-perishable food to donate
to local food pantries. One
can goes to the pantry and
the other will be dumped into
a large stockpot for Hobo
Stew.
The Legion will donate the
meat and broth and after folks
donate their can and dump it
in the big stew pot, organizers
will wash out the can and
write their name on it. When
the stew is cooked, people
pay $5 and can eat all the stew
they want from their can.
There will be live music.
"Dress bummy" and bring
your appetite. For information
call Marge Brewer at 415-
1893 or American Legion Post
54 at 261-7900.
Quesadfia night
The VFW Post 4351 will
host a quesadilla night Sept.
27 at 5:30 p.m. for a $7 dona-
tion. Dinner includes que-
sadillas and all the fixings.
Karaoke to follow with Big
Doug. VFW is located at
96086 Wade's Place, under
the Shave Bridge. All mem-
bers and guests are welcome.
Auditions
Auditions for Amelia
Community Theatre's holiday
comedy "Fruitcakes" are
from 10 a.m,-2 p.m. on Sept.
28 for the youth roles, in the
studio theatre at 209 Cedar St.
Up to 15 children and youth
are needed for the cast.'
Details and character descrip-
tions maybe found on the
audition page at www.amelia-
communitytheatre.org.
Performances are on the
main stage between Nov. 29
and Dec. 14. For information,
contact director Linda
McClane at actheatre@att.net
or call 261-6749.
Artfor"ads
The Island Art Association
will offer Children's Art Sept.
28 for ages 6-9 from 10-11
a.m. and 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Middle School Art for ages
10-14 is 1-2:15 p.m. Preschool
art for ages 3-5 with an
adult will be led by Diarne
Hamburg from 10-11 a.m. on
Sept. 30
SThese classes are free, all
supplies available, thanks to a
donation by the.Plantation
Ladies Association. Reglster'
by calling the gallery at 261-
7020. Classes are held in the
Education Center, nextto the
gallery, 18 N: Second St.
Annlversaiybash
Osprey Village retirement
community willhost a 15th
anniversary bash from 2-4
p.m. Sept. 28 with a local car
club, food, live music, model
home tours and family fun
activities. A raffle will be held
to benefit the Alzheimer's
Association. Admission is free
and the public is encouraged
to attend. Osprey Village is
located at 48 Osprey Village
Drive, Amelia Island.
Yardsale
Ayard sale to benefitTony
Colucci will be held from 8


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ing lot. Colucci was hit head-
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7. Due to injuries sustained in
the accident, he has been out
of work. Medical bills have
increased with every passing
surgery, and everyday living
expenses continue With no
income to offset.
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deals and help raise money to
support a staff member's son
and longtime local, Tony
Colucci.
Breakfas fundraiser
The Knights of Columbus
of St. Michael's Church will
hold a breakfast fundraiser on
Sept. 28 at Murray's Grille on
A1A in Yulee for a fellow
Knight fighting cancer. His
fellow postal workers also are
hosting the event.,Breakfast
is from 7-9 a.m.
Tickets are $6 and avail-
able at the door. Menu
includes pancakes, bacon,
eggs and drinks. The public is
welcome.
NEXT WEEK

Flower power
Girl Flower Power Art will
be held Sept. 30 from,4:30-
5:45p.m. at 901 S. Eighth St.,
for participants of all ages to
create flower canvas art to
sell at a silent auction to raise
money for Rett Syndrome for
Girl Power 2 Cure, presented
by Skye Designs. Fee is $17
per seat. Students can keep a
print of their work for $8.
Artwork will be presented at
Sthe Girl Flower Power Art
Silent Auction on Oct. 15, 16
and 17 from 3:30-5 p.m.
People are welcome to view
aid purchase the artwork and
all canvas purchases go
directly to the Girl Power 2
Cure organization. Visit
www.skyedesignspress.wee-
bly.com or call (912)342-3677
to learn more or to register.
SeppingOff
Stepping Off Centre meets
quarterly on the fifth Monday
of each month. The next
meeting is at 6:30-8 p.m. Sept.
30 at 910 S. Eighth St. This
networking group focuses' on
developing and supporting
community improvement and
social service projects. It is an
offshoot of the once popular
Centre'd Women. Please
bring food or wine to share.
The group is on Facebook
' and Twitter as "Stepping Off
%'re" areoe "
ee f n d, i1( 9@g1ilcom.
Phone 415-2104.
Woman'sQub
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Fernandina Beach will meet
Oct 2 at the Clubhouse at 201


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through Nov. 9. The wine-
related show will coincide
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Festival being celebrated Oct.
.12 at the Shops of Omni
, Amelia Island Plantation, 6800
First Coast. Hwy. The public is '
invited to come and view,the
Exhibit.
COAgala
Join the Nassau County '.
Council on Aging for "A
Sentimental Journey," an Art
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, For
information call 261-0701,
email info@coanassau.com or
visit coanassau.com.
Mandala retreat
New Vision Congregation-
al Church, UCC, 96072
Chester Road in Yulee, will
host a retreat to explore the
use of mandalas for medita- ..
tion and enrichment of your
spiritual journey and personal
growth on Oct. 5 from 10:30
a.m.-4:30 p.m. No art experi-
ence is necessary.
Facilitator Marilyn Clark is
a licensed clinical counselor
and workshop leader from
Baltimore, Md., and an expe-
rienced teacher in the use of
mandalas: Cost is $ $45. '
Contact Janet Streit at (410)
258-6094 or jstreit223@gmail.
corn. A family friendly man-
dala workshop will be held


Oct. 4 from 6:30-9 p.m.,A free
will offering will be taken to
offset costs. Contact Streit to
register.
'Goin Coasta'
"Goin' Coastal Music
Series" presents The Lee
Boys with supporting acts
Parker Urban Band and
Spred The Dub on Oct: 5 at
Buccaneer Field (Pop Warner
Football field). Tickets are
$10 in advance and $15 at the
door. Music starts at 5:30
p.m., immediately after the
city of Fernandina Beach 5th
Annual Butts and Brisket
competition. Cold refresh-
ment will be served. Tickets
can be purchased at the
Atlantic Recreation Center
and Dog Star Tavern, 10 N.
Second St. For infornitation
call 277-7350 or 277-8010. Join
the Facebook page for the lat-
est updates on the event.
RockShrimp fest
t'he 41st annual Rock
Shrimp Festival is Oct.. 5 in
downtown St. Marys, includ-
ing 5K and 10K races, a 1-mile
Kids Fun Run, a themed
parade, entertainment,
demonstrations, arts and
crafts and food/concession-
aires, including dinners that
of fresh rock shrimp. 'r
You can also."ride the
rails" on The "St. Marys .
Express" at noon, 2p.m. and
4 p.m. "The Great Pumpkin
Express" will leave from
Theatre by the Trax, 1000 :
Osborne Road, and the ride
will last about 11/2 hours.
Tickets are $17 for adults and
$11 for children 12 and under.
Kids under two ride free. Visit
www.stmarysrailroad.com for
tickets or call (912) 200-5235
for information.
Advance registration, is
encouraged for the runs at
www.smkiwanis.com..
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Newcomers coffee
The Newcomers Club of
Amelia Island will host its
monthly coffee on Oct 10 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 further informa-
ti6n, contact Lulu Elliott at,
lhuluelliott@hotmail.com or
548-9807 (or other contact on
the coffee corm nitt ce), or visit
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25.2013 AROUND TOWN News-Leader


FARMERS MARKETS


Autumn is a welcome-relief from the sum-
mer heat at the Fernandina Beach Market
Place farmers market on Amelia Island. As the
weather changes, so does the local produce.
Fall and winter bring back some favorite veg-
etables including beets, broccoli, cabbage, car-
rots, cauliflower, celery, Chinese cabbage, col-
lards, kohlrabi, lettuce, mustards, onions,
parsley, peas, potatoes, radish, spinach, turnips
and a few strawberry varieties, according to
the University of Florida IFAS (Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sciences) Extension.
Visiting your local farmers market you can
expect to find these and many other delicious
treats including prepared, frozen dinners made
by My Personal Chef, and season packets in a
wide variety of flavors from Dips2Go.
ARS Cake Creations brings a wonderful
selectiopl of homemade jams created to con-
fuse your tastebuds with both sweet and hot
flavors combined in a single jar. Trying their
samples is a "must do" on Saturday mornings.
Rudy, of Maria's Bakery, is a staple on
North Seventh Street and has a huge local fol-
lowing in Fernandina Beach. Freshly baked
breads include an assortment of pita breads,
calzones, cookies, focaccia topped with
jalapenos or black olives; and so much more.
Micah's Place, Nassau County's domestic
abuse shelter, will be at the Market Place to
kick off October, which is Domestic Violence
Awareness Month, and just across Centre
Street, the Seventh Street Gallery will be open
during market hours with a show featuring a
delightful "Who's Who" of local artists.
The downtown Fernandina Beach Market
Place farmers' market is, open on Saturdays,
year 'round, rain or shine, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For information visit www.FernandinaBeach
MarketPlace.com, find them on Facebook or
call 557-8229. .

Natural ingredients Bonjour French Dress-
ings will now be available at the Amelia
Farmers Market, aka Fernandina Farmers
Market The recipe has been in this Florida
family since the 1950's and is made in small
batches with the freshest ingredients including
sweet tomatoes, fresh garlic, sweet onion, and
salads with no artificial preservatives, colors pr
flavors,. "
Both the Original Dressing and the Gluten-.
Free Dressing will be available at Simplyr
savory's. Also at the Market on Sept 28 will be
Deep Roots Meat, the only all grass (forage)
fed meat producer on the Islander. Available is
ground beef, New York strip steaks, London
broil, old' fashioned bologna in ring sized or
sandwich aized and sliced, fresh beef sausage,
or as they like to call it, our "Patty Sausage,"
chuck roasts, soup bones, stew meat, heart,
kidney and tongue.
The Platt Family continue to bring you the
healthiest beef possible by breeding and rais-
ing their cows on their family property, using


only natural fertilizers on their fields, and no
antibiotics or hormones, and by only feeding
the cattle grasses, forages and hay they bale on
their property. In other words, The Platt
Family has control of their cattle from concep-
tion to your dinner plate.
Srsly Chocolate, the market's bean-to-bar
chocolate maker, returns on Saturday These
handcrafted chocolates are made with superior
cacao beans from the Dominican Republic
which Bob then roasts to perfection before
grinding and making into his hand-crafted
chocolates. From Oaxacan Espresso bars to
the Everything Bar with pecans, almonds, cof-
fee and assorted spices as well as the
Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels, Nouguts and Sea
Salt Almond Chocolate bars, these are truly
bean-to-bar gourmet chocolates.
It is the Saturday for the popular Proper Pie
Company with their double crust savory and
sweet authentic British and Irish pies. With a
line that is always awaiting their arrival, don't
miss out on meat pies including chicken and
asparagus, chicken shepherd's pie, sweet bar-
becue pulled pork, steak,,onion and cheese as
well as the vegetarian pies such as vegetarian
curry and spinach and ricotta cheese. Delici-
ous banger rolls, sausage rolls and scotch eggs
are also available. If you Want to make sure
your favorite is available, call to pre-order.
Want to be sure it is fresh, just watch Susan
of Neal's Kettle Korn fire up the kettle and get
the corn popping. Featured here is gourmet
popcorn, boiled peanuts; and old-fashioned
sodas. Be sure to try their South American
Grill Cheese, aka the Arepa, which is gluten-
free. Winter Park Honey is at the market every
Saturday with their regular size honeys as well
as their 4-pack sampler with a variety of 2-
ounce honeys perfect for sampling, gift-giving
and traveling. Winter Park's most popular
honey at the market is the Local Wildflower
Honey that currently has a patent pending and
is the local honey wherever you live. Their
recipe includes pollens from all over the U.S.
for all seasons, which may help allergy suffer-
ers all over the countryget relief from their
allergy discomfort The award-winning honey,
from their. apiary is produced, unheated and
unprocessed. It's like eating honey right out ot
the comb. With hives located throughout
Orlando, Winter Garden, and Central Florida,
the bees are never treated with pesticides or
given antibiotics.
Enjoy a made-to-order hot or cold coffee
drink or fresh fruit smoothie as you do your
shopping at Montego Bay Coffee. Or get your
vitamin kick with a delicious kale smoothie.
Samples are always available. ,
The market is a nonprofit organization. It is
open every Saturday from 9 a.m.-lp.m. at the
Shops of the Omni Amelia Island Plantation.
There's plenty of easy access parking. No pets,
please. Call 491-4872 or visit www.ameliafarm-
ersmarketcom.


AmdlaTree
Conservancy
"Protect the canopy that is
protecting us..." The Amelia
Tree Conservancy invites all
those interested in preserv-
ing Amelia Island's maritime
forest canopy to attend a
meeting at St. Peter's
Episcopal Church Parish
Hall, 801 Atlantic Ave., on
Thursday, Sept. 26, at 7 p.m.
Speakers will address
goals and projects regarding
outreach programs, conser-
vation, tree planting and
other activities. Many oppor-
tunities are available for
members to lend their talent
and skills to preserve the
beauty and health of Amelia
Island's ecosystem. Join them
and learn howyou can make
a difference in preserving the
maritime forest. For informa-
tion visit www.ameliatreecon-
servancy.org or email info@
ameliatreeconservancy, org.

Garden social
Fernandina Mulch &
Stone will host its second
Garden Social on Sept. 26
from 4-5:30 p.m. The topic
will be "Preparing for Fall
Vegetable Gardening" with'
Master Gardner Candy
Lester, who, will demonstrate
various styles of gardening
and give helpful tips on how
to prepare your garden for
planting. Mike Brown of
Batch501 will provide tast-
ings of several holiday
recipes and paii each with a
wine sampling.
The social is free. Register
online to be entered to win
one of three door prizes. No.
purchase necessary, but must
be present to win. To RSVP
visit www.fernandinamulch.
com and click on the Garden
Social sunflower.

Junior naturalists
A Wild Amelia Junior'
Naturalist program for ages
8-13, presented by Wild
Amelia member Robyn
Nemes, will be held Sept. 28
at 4 p.m. atThe Book Loft,
214 Centre St


Nemes will lead activities
that explore the "wild" side of
Amelia Island. Kids will learn
about identifying shells,'birds
and other wildlife as well as
learn about the tides. Each
participant will receive a Wild
Amelia Junior Naturalist
Workbook. An additional
activity will be led by artist
and naturalist Eliza Holliday,
focused on sea turtles of .
Amelia Island. The program
is limited to the first 10 chil-
dren to sign up. RSVP to The
Book Loft at 261-8991. A mini-
mum $10 cash donation to
Wild Amelia is requested.

Artsmarket
The Arts Market is a farm-
ers' market with arts and
crafts, too,on the corner of
South 14th and Lime streets.
You'll find Jacqueline's old-
fashioned, homemade sour
cream pound cake, Harlow's
All Natural Products, Jill
Patten's decorative pillows
Sand custom artwork, apparel,
puppy accessories, hand-
made jewelry, dog treats, live
music and more.
The market has room for
new vendors arid musicians.
The next market is Sept. 29.
Visit FernandinaBeachArts
Market.com, find them on..
Facebook or call 557-8229.'

Resiliencyseries
SAs part of the City
Resiliency Series, Fernandina
Beach is hosting a seminar,
Alternative Transportation:
More than Just Cars, on Oct.
3, presented by the North
Florida Transportation
Organization. City and county
representatives will talk
about current long-range
transportation :plans and the
Council oh Aging will talk:
About public transportation.
services. The TPO will talk"
about how Nassau fits into
Sthe region, and the public is
invited to comment on What
they would like to see.There
will be a large-scale interac-
tive mapping exercise for.
thoughts and ideas on all
types of transition the c6mmu-
nity. I


Energy Issues in a
Changing World will be the
featured talk on Nov. 7.
These. lectures are free and
open to the public and also
held at the Peck Center, 516
South 10th St., sponsored by -
the Fernandina Beach.
Community Development
Department. For information
call 310-3135 or email
aburke@fbfl.org.

Garagesale
SThe FSCJ Betty P Cook
Nassau Center Cardiovas-
cular Technology Student
Association will host a garage
sale on Oct. 5 from 8 a.m.-2
p.m. to benefit the American
Heart Association, in the'
front parking lot of the Betty
P Cook Nassau Center, 76346 -
William Burgess Blvd. in ,
Yulee.
Sale items of interest
include a trundle bed, 16-
place settings of Noritake
china, a computer printer and .:
more. Call Christie Jordan at'
548-1709 for information or
directions. :'

Plantsale
Oct.' 5 is the fall Master
Gardener Plant Sale. The
pinkJacobinia made a suc-
cessful debut at the spring
Plant Sale and Master
Gardeners have propagated
More for this sale. It's a fairly '
drought tolerant plant once
established. Jacobinia is great
for color in the shade. Also
available will be Plant Sale
favorite Scuttelaria, which '
has a nice mounding, ram-
bling growth that pairs well
with other perennials that
enjoy sun. The fall Master '
Gardener Plant.Sale is being
held at the UF/IFAS Nassau
Demonstration Garden at the "'
James S. Page Governmental .
Complex on Saturday, Oct 5
from 9a.m. until 2 p.m. A "
large variety'of bedding
plants will be available, so .
come early for best selection.
For information and other -
featured plants, see http:// "
nassau.ifas.ufl.edu/horticul- "
ture/plantsale.html or call ,,
the (904) 879-1019. Master


LEGAL NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
lU.,"JNAND-RORL Wi[;.l'1
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA, .
CASE NO.: I0-CA-610,.
U.S. BANK N.A. AS TRUSTEE
RELATING TO THE CHEVY
CHASE FUNDING, LLC MORT-
GAGE BACKED'CERTIFICATES
SERIES 2005-2, .
I Plaintiff,
V. .
SPURGEQN-RICHARDSON, et


Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on the 30th day of
October 2013, at 11:30 a.m., at
the Nassau County Judicial
Annex, 76347 Veteran's Way.
Yulee, FL 32097, the-following
real property will be sold to
the highest and best bidder
for cash, to-wit:
That certain condominiumi
parcel, located In Nassau
County, Florida, composed of
condominium unit number
608, and an undivIded share In
the common elements appur-
tenant thereto as, specified,.
described In and subject to
the covenants, conditions,
restrictions,'terms and other
provisions of that ,Declaration
of Condominium for.'OCEAN
CLUBVILLAS SOUTH', a Condo-
minium made by Amelia Island
Company, ("Devel-oper), pur-
suant to chapter 718 of the
Florida Statutes, which Is
recorded In the public records
of Nassau County, Florida, In
official records book 1d416,
page 1043-1156; said Declara-
tion of Condominium being
mad a part of hereof by spe--
clfic reference which has the
address: 608 Ocean Club
Villas, Fernandina Beach, FL
32034. ..
The sole will be made pur-
suant to a Finarl Judgment of
Foreclosureentered In, Civil
Case No.; 10-ca-610. now
pending'In the Circuit Court
of the Fourth Judicial Circuit
In and, for Nassau County,
Florida.
Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus from the
sale, If any, other than the
property owner asof the date
of the. Us Pendens, must file a
claim within sixty (60) days'
after the sale;
Dated this 18 day of
September, 2013.
John A. Crawford,
Clerk of Court
'Nassau County, Florida '
By:/s/ Sue Powell
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a
disability who' needs any
acocommodatlon In'order to
participate In this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to'
you, to the provision of certain
assistance; Please contact
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
4600,press 0, at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or Immediately '
upon receiving this notifica-
tion of the time before the
scheduled appearance Is less
than 7 days; If you are hearing
or voice Impaired, call 711.
Phone- (904) 548-4909
Fax- (904) 548-4949
TTD/TTY- Dial 771
E-Mall- ,
calewlsOnassouclerk.com
2t 09-25 & 10-2-2013
1791
PUBUC NOTICE
This public notice Isto solic-
it Pre-Qualiflcation applica-
tions from Bidders as per the
State Requirements for Educa-
tional Facilities (SREF, 2007,
Revised 11-09), Chapter 4.1 (1)
(a) and Nassau County School
District Administrative Rule 7.68
as follows:
(1) Pre-quallflcatlon of General
Contractors for Educational
Facilities Construction. A


Board shall pfe-qualify con-
tractors for a one-year perl-
od or for a speolfl. psojisct.t
The Intent ofthis.sectlon Is-,
to prescribe uniform require-
ments for pre-quollflcatlon
of contractors.
(a) Criteria. Contractors shall
,be pre-quallfled by a board
on tire basis of the following
- criteria and such other cri-
teria as the board may
adopt.
1. Proof that the contractor
holds a contractors license,
which authorizes the con-
tractor to supervise the work
within the scope of the con-
struction project.
2. Evidence that the appllcqnt'
has financial resources to
start up and follow through
on projects and to respond '
to damages In case of
Default as shown by written
verification of banding
Capacity equal to or
exceeding the,amount of
any, project for which the
contractor seeks prg-quallfl-
cation. The written veriflca-
tion must be submitted by
6 Iloehsed surety company
Rated excellent CA-'or bet-
ter) In the :current AM. Best
Guide and qualified to do
Business within the state. In
the absence of such written
verification, the board may
require the applicant to sub-
mit any audited financial
Information necessary to
'evaluate an applicant's
finandal-ability to perform
Sthe project and to respond
to damages In the event of
default.
3. Evidence of experience with
construction techniques,
trade standards, quality
workmanship, project sched-
uling, cost cohtrol,.manage-
rrtent of projects, and build-
ing codes for similar or less
cost or scope projects as
shown by the successful ,
completion within the past
five (5) years of at least two
(2) other projects of similar
size.
4. Evidence of satisfactory res-
olution of claims filed by or
against the contractor
,asserted on projects of the"
same or similar size within
the five (5) years preceding
the submisslon of the appli-
cation. Any claim against
a contractor shall be
deemed to have been sat- '
Isfactorlly resolved'If final
judgment Is rendered In
favor of the' contractor, or
any final Judgment rendered
against the contractor Is sat-
Isfied within ninety (90) days
of the date the Judgment
becomes final.
5. Type of work for which the
contractor Is licensed.
Evidence of timely 6ample-
tion of projects of similar
scope and size. Include any
liquidated damages that
may have been or could
have been assessed on
these projects.
The School Board of Nassau
County is calling for proposals
for PRE-QUALIFYING OF GEN-
ERAL CONTRACTORS for the
purpose of bidding on the fol-
lowing construction projects)
In Nassau County Florida:
Projects)
Location: HILUARD
MIDDLE-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
1 FLASHES AVE.
HILUARD FL 32046
Project Number: 9879-151
Project Description: 5 CLASS-
ROOMS,.1 ESE PART TIME, STU-
DENT TOILETS, DEMO BUILD-
INGS 02,07 AND RELATED SITE
WORK
Estimated Construction
Cost: $2300,000.00
Pre-Quallflcatlon packets
are available In the office of
'the Director of Facilities of the
Nassau County School District,


86334 Goodbread Road,
Yulee, Florida 82097. Interested
patties-ma, plck'tp packet.
between the hours of 8:00
a.m. arnd 3:00'p.m., Monday
through Friday.'
Completed Packets and a
Public Entity Crime Statement
must be returned to the same
location no later than 2:00
p.m., October 18,2013.
For the School Board of
Nassau County
Kevin M. Burnette
Director of Facilities
Advertisements: September
25, 2013, October 2, 2013,
October 9,2013
Due Date:
October 18,2013 @ 2:00pm
3t 09-25 & 10-2-9-2013
1798
NOTICE OF HEARING FOR THE
CLOSING OF RIGHTS OF WAY,
ROADWAYS, OR ALLEYWAYS
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
YOU WILLTAKE NOTICE that
the Board of County Commis-
siorners ol Nassau County,
Floriaa urpor the petition of
Kathy Elizabeth Rowe Phillips,
as Successor Trustee of The
Nora H. Rowe Uvlng Trust and.
The Homer Rowe Uviog Trust,
Owner, wil at 7:00 RM. on the
14th day of October, 2013, at
the Cormmlsslon Chdmbers,
James S. Page Governmental
Complex, 96135 Nassau Place,
Yulee, Florida, consider and
determine whether or not the
said Nassau County. Florida,
will vacate, abandon, discon-
tinue' and close, and will
renounce and disclaim any
right of Nassau County, RFlorida,
and the public In and to any
land or interest therein delin-
eated upon the roads and
alleys which are more partic-
ularly described as follows:
EXHIBITA-
THAT PORTION OP HIRTH
ROAD, A 30-FOOT RIGHT-OF-
WAYTHALUES BETWEEN LOT 79
AND LOT 58, "OCEAN BREEZE
FARMS', ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT, TEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 19, OFTHE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA, LESS THERE-
FROM ANY PORTION LYING
WITHIN BAILEY ROAD RIGHT-
OF-WAY, A 66 FOOT RIGHT-OF-
WAY AS NOW LAID OUT AND IN
USE, BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
SLOWS:
BEGIN AT THE SOUTI-HWEST
CORNERWOF LOT 79, "OCEAN
BREEZE FARMS", ACCORDING
TO THE PLATTHEREOF RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 19,
OF THE PUBULC RECORDS OF
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA,
SAID POINT BEING ON THE
NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY ULINE
OF HIRTH ROAD, A 30-FOOT
RIGHT-OF-WAY; THENCE' N89
DEGREES 34'54'E, ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 638.39
FEETTO ITS INTERSECTION WITH
THE WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE OF BAILEY ROAD, A 66
FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY AS NOW
LAID OUT AND IN USE; THENCE
SOO DEGREES 23'25'E, ALONG
THE WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
OF BAILEY ROAD, AFOREMEN-
TIONED, A DISTANCE OF 30.00
FEET TO A POINT ON THE
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE
OF HIRTH ROAD, AFOREMEN-
TIONED; THENCE S89 DEGREES
34'54"W, ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 638.34
FEETTOTHE NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF LOT 58, "OCEAN
BREEZE FARMS-, PLAT BOOK
AND PAGE AFOREMENTIONED;
THENCE N00 DEGREES
29'23-WA DISTANCE OF 30.00
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.
The public Is Invited to be
present and be heard. If a
person wishes to appeal any
decision made by the Board,


agency, or commission, with
respectto any matter consid-
Sered at such meeting or hear-'
Ing, he or she will need a
record of the proceedings,
and that, for such purpose,
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings Is made, which
record Includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the
appeal Is to be based.
Individuals with disabilities
requiring accommodations In
order to participate In this pro-
ceeding should contact the
office of the Ex-Offido Clerk at
(904) 548-4660 or Florlda Relay
SerVice at, 1-800-955-8770(v).
or 1-800-955-8771(TDD) atleast
seventy two hours In c Ivance
to request such accommo-
dation.
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: /s/ Daniel B. Leeper
Its: Chairman
ATTEST:
/s/ John A. Crawford
Its: Ex-Officlo Clerk
It 09-25-2013
1790
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
S BILLS TOWING gives Notice
of Foreclosure of Lien and
Intent to sell these vehicles on
10/07/2013, 8:30 am at 425 S
8TH ST FERNANDINA, FL 32034-
3609, pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florlda'Statutes.
BILL'S TOWING reserves the
right to accept or reject any
and/or all bids. .-
3B7KC23X2VM536801
1997 DODGE
It 09-25-2013
1794
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 13-CP-233
DIVISION: A
IN. RE: ESTATE OF,
ELAINEW.ZENTZ
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The administration of the
estate of Elaine W. Zentz,
deceased, whose date of
death was July 26, 2013, Is
pending In the Circuit Court
for Nassau County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which Is 416 Centre Street,
Fernandlna Beach, Floridd
32034. The nqmes, and
" addresses of the personal rep-
resentatives and the personal
representative's attorney qre
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other personsihaving
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice Is required
-to be served must file their
claims with this .court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH-
IN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication
of this notice Is 9/25/13.
Attorney for personal
representatives:
Teresa L. Prince
Attorney for John R. Zentz


Florida BarNumber: 00041953 THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS ed, 1-800-955-8770 (v) or 1-800- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ;
Tomossetti & Prince ; MUST .FILE.A, CLAIM WITHIN;. .955-8771. (DD),,FortdoRelay.'. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT" -
406Ash St. ,:'i ': 'rri' -1 SIXrT(8)0 YABTHE'SAtailrOSeri tsBla4,72 houeihdii'B1.A! IN-AND.OR'NA'SSASi
Fernandinra, FL 32034 ,J Doted September 17,2012.1 .. notice Is needed In, ordef >T.* COUNTY. FLORIDA : .'..
Telephone: (904) 261-1833 JOHN A! CRAWFORD accommodate such requests. CASE NO.: 7-
Fax: (904) 212-0350 (Jax No.) Clerk of Circuit Court DATED THIS 20th day of 13CAOO0349AXYX 4
E-mail: By:/s/Trocy Poore September, 2013. WELLS FARGO BANK N.A.;
tprlnce@tplsladlaw,.com As. Deputy Clerk John A. Crawford Plaintiff, "'
Secondary E-Mail: Publication of this notice .Ex-Officlo Clerk VS.
Info@tplsianlaw.com September 25th, 2012, In the, ValueAdjustment Board MARCO R.COPPOLA` CHRISTY
Personal Representatives: following publication: Fernan- Nassau County. Florilda D. COPPOLA; et. al.,
John R.Zentz dina Beach News Leader. 511 It 09-25-2013 Defendant(s). ,
1226 Shepard Oaks Coart Ash Street, Fernandlna Beach, 1795 NOTICE OF ACTION
Wildwood, Missouri 63038 FL 32034 ----L-- 'TO: Marco R. Coppola and
2t 09-25 & 10-2-2013 ADA NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Christy D. Coppolo .
1796 'In' accordance, with the FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Last Known Residence:
----- -- Americans With DIsoblltiesAct IN AND FOR NASSAU 54169 Armstrong Road. Coalla- '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, of 1990 (ADA), persons need- COUNTY, FLORIDA han, FL 32011 ,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ing a special accommoda- CASE NO.: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
IN AND FOR tion to participate In this pro- 452012CA000094AXXXYX that an action to foreclose a.
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA ceeding should contact the Bank of America, N;A mortgage on the following
-CASE NUMBER: 13-CA-369 Court Administrators Office, If Plaintiff property .In Nassau County, ,:,
DIVISION: A hearing Impaired call (TDD) Vs. Florida: '
STEPHEN C. JOHNSON and (800)955-8771, or (800) 955-877 JOHN LLOYD A/K/A JOHN A. TRACT 26 AND PART OF
PAMELA W.JOHNSON, his wife, (v), via Florida Relay Services. LLOYD; MARIAH MILLARD TRACT 25, BLACK 3, SHEFFIELD -
Plaintiff, 2t 09-25 & 10-2-2013 A/K/A MARIAH S. MILLARD VILLAGE. AS RECORDED IN -
vs. 1797 A/K/A MARIA SUSANNAH MIL- PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 28 AND -
ALLSTATE AUTO & TRUCK ----.......... LARD; etal 29 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS --
REPAIR 2, INC., a, Florida NOTICE Defendants OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA ,
Corporation; STATE OF FLORI- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, RENOTICE OF DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
DA, DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE pursuant to Florida Statutes FORECLOSURESALE BEGINATTHEMMOST NORTH-
and all of their unknown suc- .196.194, that Special NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ERLY CORNER OF SAID TRACT :
cessors, creditors, and assigns, Malgistrates for the Value pursuant to aon Order Re- 26; THENCE ALONG THE
and all who may claim by, Adjustment Board for Nassau scheduling Foreclosure Sale NORTHEASTERLY LINE OF SAID
through, or under them, County. Floridd, will cam- dated September 16 2013 and TRACT 26, SOUTH 69 DEGREES
Defendants, mence hearings on-Monday, entered In Case No. 12 MINUTES 36 SECONDS EAST,
NOTICE OF SALE October 14,2013 at 10:00 b.m. 452012CA000094AXXXYX, of 291.95 FEETTO THE MOST EAST-
Notice Is given that In The purpose is to hear and the Circuit Court of the Fourth ERLY CORNER OF SAID TRACT
accordance with the 'Final make recommendations to Judicial Circuit In and for 26; THENCE ALONG THE
Judgment of Foreclosure theiValue Adjustment Board Nassau County, Florida, Bank of NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT-OF- -
er.ie,-,a or. inth lr, i. r.- .,' tfor denial of Agricultural clos- America; N.A Is Plaintiff and WAY LINE OF ARMSTRONG .
Srpe.r.T.er'20 '" -,ci.aiiao,:,-. siflcatlon and the following JOHN LLOYD A/K/A JOHN A. ROAD AS SHOWN ON SAID .
no. 13-CA-369,'; of the Circuit types of exemptions: home- LLOYD; MARIAH MILLARD PLAT, SOUTH 25 DEGREES 45
Court for Nassau County, stead; age 65 and over, low A/K/A MARIAH S. MILLARD. MINUTES 40 SECONDS WEST, -
Florida, In which ALLSTATE Income; disabled veteran dis- A/K/A MARIAH SUSANNAH 6.00 FEET TO THE BEGINNING
AUTO & TRUCK REPAIR 2, INC.; count, 65 or older; transfer of MILLARD;, et al, are defen- OF A CURVE TOTHE LEFT HAV- ..
a Florida Corporation; STATE homestead assessment differ- donts. Clerk will sell to the high-. ING A RADIUS OF 662.01 FEET; -
OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ence; and non-profit. The est and best bidderfor cash at THENCE SOUTHERLYALONG
REVENUE, and all of their Value Adjustment Board for NassauCounty.Clerkof Court, SAID CURVE ANARV DISTANCE
unknown successors, creditors, Nassau County Is also sched- 76347-Veterans Way, Yulee FL OF 160.31 FEET THROUGH A
and assigns, and all who may uled to'commence hearings 32097 at 11:30 am on this 31 CENTRAL ANGLE OF 13 ,.
Claim, by, through, or under regarding appeals seeking day of October, 20.13, the fol- DEGREES 52 MINUTES 54 SEC-
them were the Defendants review and adjustment of the lowing described property as 'ONDS TO THE NORTHEAST .,
and STEPHEN C. JOHNSON. Market or Classified Use Value' setforth In sold Final Judgment CORNER OF SAID TRACT;, ,
AND PAMELA W. JOHNSON, his of real property and/or tangi- entered on April 5, 2013. THENCENORTH 68 DEGREES, ,
wife were the Plaintiff, I will sell ble personal property and any Lot 52, LOFTON POINTE, 06 MINUTES 14 SECONDS WEST,
to the highest bidder for cash late filed tax exemptions or According To The Plat 302.35 FEET TO THE WEST ULINE
atthefront steps of the Nassau Agricultural classificatJons Recorded InPlat Book6,Page OF SAID TRACT 25, THENCE
JudicialAnnex, 76347Veterans brought before them as, fol- 325, As Recorded In The Public ALONG SAID WEST LINE OF ,
Way, Yulee,. Florida, at 11:30 lows: November 5,.November 'Records Of Nassau County, TRACT 25, NORTH 20 DEGREES..
o'clockA.M';ont'. 'rI'tl-.i .:, 6; November 7, November 21, Florida: Soaid ,Land Situate, 10 MINUTES 33 SECONDS EAST,
of October,,2013 ih. 1.1:, '. December 3, December 4, Lying And Being In Nassau 35.00 FEET; ': ,,
Ing real property:. December 5, December 12. County, Florida, Belog That THENCE ALONG THE WEST
Parcel A: 2013 and January 14, 2014, If Parcel Of Land Conveyed To UNE OF SAID.,TRACI26, NORTH ,
All those certain lots, pieces or needed. Hearings' may be Mariah Millard.Ar Unmarrled 23 DEGREES 21-MINUTES 09
parcels of Iland, situate, lying', continued. Said hearings will Women From Tousoa Homes, SECONDS EAST, 125.95 FEET TO
aid being In thedt portion of be held in the Commission Inc. dba Engle komes/Jack-' THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
the City of Fernandina Beach, Chambers or the commission- sonvtlle By That Deed Dated TOGETHER WITH THE .
(formerly named Fernandlna), ers' conference room locat- 12/21/2004 And Recorded MOBILE HOME DESCRIBED AS
County of Nassbu and State of ed at the James S. Page Gaov- 05/12/2005 In Deed B6aok.1317 FOLLOWS:, '
Florida and being' 'further. ernmental Complex, 96135 And Page 307 Of The Nassau YEAR: 1994 MAKE: CLAY
described according to the Nassau Place, Yulee, Florida,' County, FL Public Registry, Tax, LENGTH' 56 X 14
official map. or plat of said City Lists are maintained by the ID: 012N27127000520000 VIN #: CLFL46279A
(as lithographed and Issued office of A. Michael HIckox, 96113 Ridgewood Cir, Fernan- TITLE #: 65579458
by The Florida Railroad Coam- Property Appraiser for Nassau dina Beach, FL 32034 YEAR: 1994 MAKE: CLAY
pony in 1857 and enlarged. County, of all applicants for A person claiming an Inter- LENGTH: 56X14
revised and reissued by, The. exemption who have hqd est in the surplus from the sale. VIN# CLFL46279B
Florida Town Improvement their applications for exemp- If any, other than the property TITLE #: 65579459 ,
Company In' 1887 and 1901), tion wholly or partially appro- owner as of the date of the lis has been filed against you ,
as: vedaordenied, a.oswellasappll- pendens but file a claim with- and you are required to serve
Lot One (1), Block One cantss seeking review and In60 daysafterthesale. acopyofyourwrittendefens-
Hundred Twenty-nine (129). adjustment of Market or Date this 17.day of es, if any, to it on Aldrldge I ,.,
Parcel B: Classified Use Value of real September, 2013. Connors, LLR Plaintiff's atto ,.r- ,
All those certain lots, pieces or property, Exemptions Included John A. Crawford ney. at 1615 South Congress
parcels of land, situate, lying on solaid lists are as follows: By/s/ Amanda Steamrn Avenue, Suite 200, Delray .
and being in that portion of denial of request, late filing As Deputy Clerk Beach, FL 33445 (Phone
the City of Fernandlna Beach, application, transfer of Home- This notice Is provided pur- Number: (561) 392-6391), with- '
(formerly name Fernandlna), stead assessment difference, suant to Administrative Order in 30 days of the first date of
County of Nassau and State of Homestead Exemption, tax No. 2.065. publication of this notice, and
Florida and being further exemption for certain non- In accordance with the fle the originalwiththeclerk of
described according to the profit purposes, 65 and older, Americans with Disabilities Act, this court either before
official map or plat of salid City low Income; disabled veteran If you are a person with a dis- October 25, 2013 on Plaintiff's "
(as lithographed and Issued discount. 65 or older; blind, dis- ability who needs any accom- attorney or Immediately there-
by The Florida Railroad abled historic, or other exemp- modatlon In order to partici- after; otherwise a default will '
Company in 1857 and enlarg- tlon; and Agricultural Classlfl- pate In this proceeding, you be entered against you for the
ed, revised and reissued by cation. Said lists are available are entitled at no cost to you, jellef demanded In the com-
The Florida Town Improvement to the public In the office of to the provision of certain ossis- plaint or petition.
Company In 1887 and 1901), the Property Appraiser, James tance. Please contact the Doted on Sep 182013.
as: S. Page Governmental Cam- ADA Coordinator at crtin- JOHN A. CRAWFORD
. The Southerly One Half(1/2) plex,. 96135 Nassau Place, Suite trp@coj,net or (904) 630-2564 As Clerk of the Court
of Lot Eight (8), Block One 4, Yulee, Florida, between the at least 7 days before your By:/s/ Megan Sawyer
Hundred Twenty-nine (129). hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM, scheduled court appearance. As, Deputy Clerk
Parcel Identification Numbers. Monday through Friday, or Immediately upon recelv- 2t 09-25 & 10-2-2013
00-00-31-1800-0129-0010 excent legal holidays. ing this notification If the time 1799


00-00-31-1800-0129-0082
THIS IS NOT THE HOMESTEAD
OF THE DEFENDANT.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN TAE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER, AS OF


Inc. ,iduals with disabilities
needIng a reasonable ac-
commodation In orderto par-
ticipate In this proceeding
should contact the office of
the Ex-Offticlo Clerk at (904)
548-4663, or if hearing Impair-


before the scheduled appear-
ance Is less than 7 days; if you
are hearing or voice Impaired,
call 711.
2t 09-25 & 10-2-2013
1800


LEGAL NOTICES
ARE CONTINUED ON
THE NEXT PAGE.
CALL 261-3696 FOR
ADVERTISING INFORMATION.


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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,2013/News-Leader


LEGAL NOTICES


NOTICE OF APPLICATION Certificate Number: 573 each week for two (2) con- ISSUED BY THE FLORIDA RAIL- WAY, YULEE, FLORIDA, 32097 AT
FOR TAX DEED Parcel Number: secutive weeks, commencing ROAD COMPANY IN 1857 AND 11:30 AM. on Oclober 21,2013,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 24-2N24-0000-0012-0010 with the first publication which ENLARGED, REVISEDAND REIS- the following described prop-
That FLORIDA COMMUNITY Year of Issuance: 2011 shall not be less than twenty SUED BY THE FLORIDA TOWN erty as set forth In said Elnal
-.BANK Description of Property: (20) days prior to the date set IMPROVEMENT COMPANY IN Judgment, to-wit:
The holder of the following PT OF E1/2 OF SE1/4 IN OR forsaild hearing, 1887 AND 1901)AS: LOTSTHIR- LOT47, OF PAGE HILLUNIT3,
certificate(s)hasfiledsaidcer- 1526/1205 AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED TEEN (13) AND FOURTEEN (14), ACCORDINGTO THE PLAT
tiricate(s) forataxdeedtobe AssessedTo: AND ADJUDGED that, bysuch BLOCKONEHUNDREDSEVEN- THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
issued thereon.The certificate INDYMAC BANK FSB publication of this Order, all TY-ONE (171). PLAT BOOK 6, PAGES 341-342,
numbers) and year of All of the above property Is taxpayers, properly Owners ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN OF THE PUBULIC RECORDS OF
issuance, the description of the located In Nassau County, In and citizens of the City of INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA.
property and the name(s) in the State of Florida. Fernandlna Beach, Florida,, THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
which it is assessed are as fol- Unless such certificates) Including non-residents own- THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
lows shall be redeemed according Ing property or subject to tax- THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
File Number 2013-031-TD to law, the property described atlon therein, and others MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
Certificate Number, 2356 In such certificate or certlfl- claiming any rfght, title or inter- DAYS AFTER.THE SALE. THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS
Parcel Number cates will be sold to the est In property to be affected If you are a person with a MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
51l-3n-27-4881-0139-0000 Highest Bidder at the MAIN by the Issuance of the Series disability who needs any DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
Year of Issuance 2011 ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU 20138 Bonds herein described accommodation In order to If you are a person with a
Description of Property: TRACT COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, or to be affected In anyway* participate In this proceeding, disability, who needs any
139 IN OR 964/1193 & OR 76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE, thereby be and they are you are entitled, at no cost to accommodation In order to
1380/1053 R236014 & R236015 FL on the 15th day of October, made parties defendant to you, to the provision of certain participate in this proceeding,
YULEE HILLS PB 4/31 2013, between the hours of this proceeding, and that this assistance. Please contact the you are entitled, at no cost to
Assessed To' 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The Court shall have jurisdiction of ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- you, to the provision of certain
CHRISTOPHER C BRAMSTEDT Clerk of Court's Office Policy Is- them to the same extent as If 4600 press 0, at least 7 days assistance. Please contact the
All of the above property Is to hold the sale at 11:30 a.m. named as defendants In said before your scheduled court ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
located In Nassau County, in JOHN A. CRAWFORD Complaint and personally appearance, or Immediately 4600 press 0, at least 7 days
the State of Florida. NASSAU COUNTY served with process -In this upon receiving this nptiflca- before your scheduled court
Unless such certifilcate(s) shall CLERK OF COURT cause, tlon if the time before the appearance, or Immediately
oe redeemed according to RHODA GOODWIN, DONE AND ORDERED at scheduled appearance Is less upon receiving this notlfica-
low, the property described In DEPUTY CLERK the Courthouse In Fernandlna than.7 days; if you are hearing tlon If the time before the
such certificate or certificates If you area person with dis- Beach, Florida, this 23rd day or voice Impaired, call 711. scheduled appearance Is less
will be sold to the Highest ability who needs any accom- of. August, 2013. Phone-(904)548-4909 than 7 days; If you are hearing
Bidder at the MAIN ENTRANCE modatlon In order to partilcl- Brian J. Davis, Fax-(904)548-4949 or voice Impaired, call 711.
OF THE NASSAU COUNTY JUDI- pate .in this proceeding, you Circuit Court Judge TTD/TTY- Dial 711 Phone- (904) 548-4909
CIAL ANNEX 76347 VETERANS are entitled, at no cost to you, 2t 9418-25-2013 E-Mail- Fax-(904)548-4949
WAY, YULEE, FL. on the 8th day 'to the provision of certain assis- 1759,. calewls@nassauclerk.com TTD/TTY- Dial 711
of October, 2013, between the tance.. Please contact the -. -------- -John A. Crawford E-Mail-
hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT calewls@nassauclerk.com
pm.The Clerk of Court's Office 4600 press 0, at least 7 days FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Nassau County Florida John A. Crawford
.Policy is to hold the sale at before your scheduled court IN AND FOR NASSAU /s/ Sue Powell CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
11:30 am. appearance, or Immediately COUNTY. FLORIDA DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT Nassau County, Florida
JOHN A. CRAWFORD upon receiving this notifica- CASE NO.: 45-2008-CA- 2t 09-18-25-2013 /s/Sue Powell
NASSAU COUNTY tlon If the time before the 000852-A)XXX-YX 1763 DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT
CLERK OF COURT scheduled appearance Is less SEC.: --.......... 2t 09-18-25-2013.
RHODA GOODWIN, than 7 days; If you are hearing DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST'COM- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1765
DEPUTY CLERK or voice Impaired, call 711. PANY AMERICAS, AS TRUSTEE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ..........
If you are a person with dis- 4t 9-11-18-25-2013 & 10-2-2013 2003-QS8, IN AND FOR NASSAU IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ability who needs any accom- 1745 Plaintiff, COUNTY, FLORIDA FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
modatlon, in order to particl- ....... v. CIVIL DIVISION IN AND FOR NASSAU
pate In this proceeding, you IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE BRIDGET E PETTINGILL; CASE #: 2012-CA-000629 COUNTY, FLORIDA
are entitled, at no cost to you. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF MICHAEL R PETTINGILL; ANY The Bank of New York Mellon CIVIL DIVISION
to the provision of certain assis- THE SATE OF FLORIDA, AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES f/k/a The Bank of New York as CASE U: 2012-CA-000461
tance,'Please contact the IN AND FOR NASSAU CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, Trustee for the Certificate-hold- Nationwide Advantage
'k ADA Coordinrator at (904) 548- COUNTY, FLORIDA ' UNDER, AND AGAINST THE ers of CWABS, Inc., Asset- Mortgage Company
4600 press 0, at least 7 days CIRCUIT CIVIL HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL Backed Certificates, Series Plaintiff,
before your scheduled court CIVIL ACTION NO. PEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT 2006-24 -vs.-
appearance. or immediately '13CA000485AXYX KNOWNTOBE DEAD OR AIVE, Plaintiff, Lindsay Ann Herman a/k/a
uoon receiving this notifica- VALIDATION OF THE CITY OF WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN -vs.- Lindsay A. Hermann a/k/a
tion if the time before the FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER- Briqn Dale Cribb a/k/a Brian Lindsay Ann Crummey and
scheduled appearance Is less UTILITY SYSTEM REFUNDING EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, Dale Cribbs; Unknown Spouse James Earl Crummey a/k/a
than 7 days; If you are hearing REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 20138, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR of Brian Dale Cribb a/k/a Brian James E. Crummey; Nation-
or voice Impaired, call 711. IN A PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT OTHER CLAIMANTS;CBC Dale Crlbbs; The Trails of wide Advantage Mortgage
4t 9-4-11-18-25-2013 EXCEED $5,000,000 NATIONAL BANK SUCCESSOR Calahan Homeowners Asso- Company; Unknown Parties In
1723 CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH. BY MERGER TO FIRST NATIONAL clation, Inc.; American Dream Possession'41, If living, and all
-....---- a municipal corporation of the BANK OF NASSAU COUNTY; Master Homeowners Assocl- Unknown Parties'claiming by,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION State of Florida, Defendant(s) ation, Inc.; Unknown Parties In through, under and against
FOR TAX DEED Plaintiff, NOTICE OF SALE Possession #1, If living, and all the. above named Defen-
NOTICE S' HEREBY GIVEN vs. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Unknown Parties claiming by, dant(s) who are not known to
That FLORIDA COMMUNITY STATE OF FLORIDA, and thetax- pursuant to an Order of Find through, under and against be dead or alive, whethersaid
BANK payers, properly owners and. Summary Judgment dated the above named Defen- Unknown Parties may claim an
The holder of the following citizens of the City of Fernan- January. 8; 201 Qentered In CMI dant(s) who are not knownto Interest as Spouse, Heirs,
certificates) has filed said cer- dlna Beach, Florida, Including Case' No. 45-2008-CA-000852- be dead or alive, whether said Devisees, Grantees, or Other
tiflcate(s)forataxdeedtobe non-resldents owning proper- AXXX(-YX of the Circuit Court of Unknown Parties may claim an Claimants; Unknown Parties In
Issued thereon.The certificate ty or subjectto taxation there- the Fourth Judilcial Circuit In Interest as Spouse, Heirs, Possession #2. If living, and -all
numbers) and year of In, and others claiming any and for Nassau County, Florida, Devisees,-Grantees, or Other Urknown Parties claiming by,
issuance, thedescriptionofthe right, title or Interest, iln proper- whereintheClerkoftheCircuit Claimants; Unknown.Partles In through, under and against
property and the name(s) In ty to be affected by the Court will sell -to the highest Possession #2 If living, and all the above nated Defen-
which it is assessed are as fol- Issuance of the Series 20138 bidder for cash on 21 day of Unknown Parties, claiming by, dant(s) who are not known to
lows: Bonds herein 'described to October, 2013, at 11:30 a.m. through, underhand against be dead or alive, whether said
File Number: 2013-030-TD affected In any way thereby, at the Nassau Judlcial Annex, the above named Defen-' Unknown Parties may claim an
Certificate Number: 1156 Defendants. Nassau County Courthouse. dant(s) who are not known to interest as Spouse, ,Helrs,
Parcel Number: \ ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE the property situated In be deador dive, whether said Devisees. Grantees, or Other
29-2N-25-3200-0003-0040 TO: THE STATE OF FLORIDA. Nassau County, Florida, 76347 Unknown Parties may cldm an Claimants
Year of Issuance: 2011 ' AND THE TAXPAYERS. PROPER- Veterans Way, Yulee, Florida Interest as Spouse. Heirs, Defendant(s).
description of Properly: BLOCK TY OWNERS AND CITIZENS OF 32097. relative tothe following Devisees,Grantees, or Other NOTICE OF SALE
3LOTS4&51NOR128PG392 THE CITY OF FERNANDINA describedpropertyassetforth Claimants NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
LAKESIDE PARK SUB PB 0/36 BEACH, FLORIDA, INCLUDING In the Findal Judgment, to wit: Defendant(s). pursuant to an Order dated
Assessed To: NON-RESIDENTS OWNING Lot One (1), Block Four (4), NOTICEOFSALE September 5,2013, entered In
CLAUDINE P BRADDOCK EST PROPERTY OR SUBJECTTOTAX- Buck's Femnandlna Beach, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Civil Case No.2012-CA-000461
Alli of the above property is ATION THEREIN, AND OTHERS Section Two (2), according to pursuant to an Order dated of the Circuit Court of the 4th
located in Nassau County, in CLAIMINGANYRIGHT, TITLEOR the plat thereof recorded In September 5,2013, entered In Judicial Circuit in and for
the-State of Florida. INTEREST, IN PROPERTY TO BE Plat Book 3 at Page 17 of the CMI Case No. 2012-CA-000629 Nassau County, Florida where-
-'Unless such certifcate(s) shall AFFECTED BY THE ISSUANCE OF Public Records of -Nassau of the Circuit Court of the 4th in Nationwide, Advantage
be redeemed according to THE CITY OF FERNANDINA County, Florida. Judlcial Circuit in and for Mortgage Company, Plaintiff
law, the property described In BEACH, FLORIDA UTILITY SYS- Any person claiming an Nassau County Florlda where- arid'LIndsay Ann Herman
such certificate or certificates TEM REFUNDING. REVENUE interest Inthe surplus from the inThe Bankof NewYork Mellon a/k/a Lindsay A. Hermann
will be sold to the Highest BONDS, SERIES2013B, IN A PRIN- sale, if any, other than the f/ik/a The Bank of NewYork as a/k/a Lindsay Ann Crummey
Bidderatthe MAIN ENTRANCE CIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO properlyownerasof the date Trusteefor theCertlficate-hold- and James Earl Crummey
OFTHE'NASSAUCOUNTYJUDI- EXCEED.$5,000,000 AND THE -of the Lis Pendens must file a. ers of CWABS. Inc.. Asset- a/k/a James E. Crummey are
CIAL'ANNMWL'634?3iTE-RANS INDEBTEDNESS--. -THERE8Y.. 2clarIflwithln6dkays.3afterthe' Backed "Certificates. Series-. defendantss, L Clerkof Court .
WAY,YULEEOFVINlikie'e8th-day INCURRED IN ORDER, TO. sale.' _, .... :, 2006-24 Plaintiff and Brian Dale John A. Crawford,,will sell to
of October, 2013, between the REFUND THE CITY OF FERNAN- ATTENTION: PERSONS Cribb a/k/a Brian Dale Cribbs the highest and best bidder
hours of 11 :00 a.m. and 2:00 DINA BEACH, FLORIDA UTIUTY WITH DISABIUTIES are defendantss, I, Clerk of for cash AT THE MAIN
p.m.TheClerkofCourt'sOffice SYSTEM SUBORDINATE REV- AMERICANS WITH DISABIU- Court, John A. Crawford, wilt ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
Policy is to hold the sale at ENUE BONDS, SERIES 2010 THE TIES ACT. If you are a person sell to the highest and best COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
11:30a.m. RELATED IMPOSITION OF with a disability who needs bidder for cash AT THE MAIN LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS
JOHN A. CRAWFORD WATER CAPACITY FEESANDTHE any accommodation In order ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU WAYYULEE, FLORIDA, 32097 AT
NASSAU COUNTY PLEDGE OF SUCH, WATER to participate In thls proceed- CpUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX 11:30 A.M. on October, 22.
-CLERK OF COURT 'CAPACITY FEES AND'NET REV- Ing,youareentitled, at no cost LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS 2013, the following described
RHODA GOODWIN, ENUES OF THE WATER SYSTEM to you, to the provision of cer- WAYLIYULEE FLORIDA 32097 AT property as set forth In said
DEPUTY CLERK OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA taln assistance. Please coh- 11:30 A.M. on November Findal Judgment, to-wit:
If you are a person with dis- BEACH, FLORIDA TO REPAY- tactADA Coordihnatol. Nassau 8,2013, the following described TRACT 10, BLOCK 4, YULEE
ability who needs any accom- MENT OF THE SERIES 2013B CountyFL property as set forth In said WOODS SECTION THREE, AS
modation In order to partlcl- BONDS; ANDTHE LEGALITY OF phone: (904) 630-2564 Findal Judgment, to-wit: REORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5,
Spate In this proceeding, you ALLvMATTERS AND PROCEED- crtintrp@coj.net- LOT 14THETRAILS,ACCORD- PAGES 239 AND 240, OF THE
are entitled, at no costto you, INGS CONNECTEDTHEREWITH, DATED AT FERNANDINA ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS PUBUC RECORDS OF NASSAU
to the provision ofcertadnassis- OR TO. BE AFFECTED IN ANY BEACH, FLORIDA THIS 4th DAY RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6, COUNTY FLORIDA.
tance. Please contact the WAY THEREBY OF September, 2013. PAGES 296,297, AND 298, OF TOGETHER WITH THAT CER-
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- The City of Fernandlna /s/ Amanda Steamrn THE PUBUC RECORDS OF NAS- TAIN MANUFACTURED HOME
4600 press 0, at least 7. days Beach, Florida (the 'City") JOHN A. CRAWFORD SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. YEAR: 1995, MAKE: SKYLINE
before your scheduled court having filed its Complaint for CLERKOF THE CIRCUIT COURT ANYPERSONCLAIMINGAN BUDDY MOTOR HOME, VIN#:
appearance, or Immediately Validation seeking validation NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM 47620333HA AND VIN#:,
upon receiving this notifica- under Chapter 75, Florida 2t09-18-25-2013 THE SALE, IF ANY. OTHER THAN 47620333HB WHICH IS
tlon if the time before the Statutes, of (1) its authority to 1762 THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF AFFIXED THERETO.
scheduled appearance Is less issue the City of Fernandlna -----I.--- THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
than 7 days;if you are hearing Beach, Florlda Utility System IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
.-.,-irri.. '.-.'~ 31:ii 711. Refunding Revenue Bonds, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DAYS AFTER THE SALE. THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
,_1 :'.J...i.:.'_:.ii. Series 2013B, In a principal, IN AND FOR NASSAU If you are a person with a THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
:1722 amount not to exceed COUNTY. FLORIDA disability who needs any THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS
----'-$5,000,000 (the5Series 2013B CIVIL DIVISION accommodation In order to MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Bonds), and thereby Incurring CASE #: 2012-CA-000347 participate in this proceeding, DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
FOR TAX DEED Indebtedness In order to The Bank of New York Mellon you are entitled, at no cost to If you are a person with a
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN refund the City's' outstanding FKA The Bankgf New York As you,to the provision of certain disability who needs any
That US BANK CUSTODIAN FOR Utility. System Subordinate Trustee For The Benefit of assistance. Please contact the accommodation In order to
TRCSPE LLC Revenue Bonds, Series 2010; CWABS,' Inc., AssetBacked ADA Coordinator at (904)548- participate In this proceeding,
SThe holder of the following (2) the related Imposition of 'Certificates, Series 2007-12 4600 press 0, at least 7 days you are entitled, at no cost to
certiflcate(s) has filed said cer- water capacity fees pn new Plaintiff, before your scheduled court you, to the provision of certain
tificate(s) foratax deed to be customers of the Water System -vs.- appearance, or Immediately assistance. Please contact the
Issued thereon.The certificate', of the City (the 'Water Candl Donaldson, Surviving upon receiving this notifica- ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
number(s) and year of Capacilty'. Fees'); (3) the' Joint Tenant of Brenda Joyce tlon if the time before the 4600 press., at least 7 days
Issuance, the description of the pledge of the Water Capacity Donaldson a/k/a Brenda J. scheduledappearance isless before your scheduled court
property, and the name(s) in Fees and Net Revenues of the Donaldson a/k/a Brenda than 7 days; if you are hearing appearance, or immediately
which, It Is assessed are as fol- Water'Sysrtem of the City to Donaldson; Unknown Parties or voice Impaired, cill 711. upon receiving this notifica-' '-
lows: the repayment'of the Series I n Possession #1, If living; ar)d Phone- (904) 548-4909. tlon If the time before the
File Number: 2013-033-TD'. 20138 Bonds; and (4) the legal- .dl Fax- (904)548-4949 scheduled appearance Is less
Certificate Number: 1071 ity of dll matter proceedings Unknown Parties claiming by, .TTD/TTY- Dial 711 than days;If youarehearlrtg
Parcel Number: connected 'therewith,.and it through, under and against E-Mail- or voice Impaired, call 711:
19-2N-25.-0000-0051-0000 ,. appearing In and from said the above named Defen- calewls@nassauclerk.com Phone-(904) 548-4909
Year of Issuance: 2010 'Complaint and the Exhibits dant(s) who are not known to John A. Crawford Fax-(904)548-4949 '
Description of Property: attached thereto that lhe City be dead or dive/whether sdild CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT TTD/TTY- Dial 711 ;
OR 89/113 & IN OR 912/1.87 has enacted an adopted ordi- Unknown Partiesmaycldlman Nassau County Florida E-Mail- .
i'ESMT IN OR 288/745 nances and resolutions author- Interest as Spouse,' Heirs, /s/ Amanda Stern r calewls@nassauclerkcomn
Assessed To: "; s izlng the Imposition and c~ol- Devisees, Grantees, or Other. DEPUtY CLERK.OF'COURT John A. Crawford
,CRYSTAL I LLC Jectlon of the Water Capacit' Claimarils Ur.irr i onrpatie ir." 2t 09-18-25-2013 CLERK OFTHIE CIRCUIT COURT
All of the above property Is ' Fees and the Issuance of the Pessron s2\2 it i. ,r.g or.a 'a 1764..... .,* Nassau County, Florida ,
located'in Nassau County, in Series 2013B Bond, and It also LUnikoriw Paies cl.aimrr.g y- - , .......- - /s/Amanda Steam
the State of Florida. appearing that all of the facts through, under'and against INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT
Unless such certlficate(s) required by Chapter 75, Rorida the above.-named Defen- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 2t 09-18-25-2013
shall be redeemed according Statutes, to be stated, by said dant(s) who are not known to I N 'AND FOR NASSAU 1766
to law, the property described Complaint and Exhibits are .be dead oralivewhether-sald COUNTY. FLORIDA ""
in such certificate or certlfi- contained therein, and that Unknown Patties may claim an C cIVIL DIVISION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
cates 'will be sold to the the City prays'that this Court Interest as' Spouse, ,Heirs, CASE U: 2012-CA-000454 FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Highest Bidder at the MAIN Issue an order ao airecleo lov Devisees, Bank of America, National IN AND FOR NASSAU
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU said Chapter anra he Defendant~s). Association COUNTY, FLORIDA
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, Court being fully advised ,In NOTICE OF SALE Plaintiff, CIVIL DIVISION
76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, the premises: ' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- -vs.- CASE U: 2012-CA-000447".
FLonthe 15thcday of October, NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS suant to an Order dated Brian A.Armstrong and Virginia JPMorgan Chase Bank,
2013, between the hours of ORDERED AND ADJUDGED Septemnber 5, 2013, entered ln ,' H. Armstrong, Husband'anr id National Association Successor
11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The that, the State of Florida,, Civil Case No.2012-CA-000347 Wife; Wells Fa'rgo Bank, by Merger to Chase Home
Clerk of Court's Office Policy Is through the State Attorney for of the Circuit Court of the 4th Nationd Association; Unknown Finance, LLC, Successor by
to hold the sale at 11:30 a.m. the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Judicial CircuIt In and for Parties in Possession #1, If liv- Merger to Chase Manhattan
JOHN A;CRAWFORD the State of Florida, and the Nassau County, Floridawhere-. Ing, and all. Unknown Parties Mortgage Corporation
NASSAU COUNTY taxpayers, property owners InThe BankofNewYorkMelon claiming by, through, under Plaintiff,
CLERK OF COURT and citizens of the City of FKATheBank ofNewYorkAs ,and against the above -vs.-'
RHODA GOODWIN, 'Fernandlna Beach, Florida, Trustee For The Benefit of named Defendant(s) who are Cathleen R, McKnight; Chase
DEPUTY CLERK including non-residents own- CWABS, Inc., AssetBacked not knownto be dead or dive, Bank USA, Nationd Association
If you are a person with dis- Ing property or subject to tax- Certificates, Series 2007-12, whether said Unknown Parties f/k/a Chase Manhattan Bank
ability who needsany accom- atlon therein, and others Plaintiff and Candl Danddsan, may claim an Interest as USA, National Association;
modatlon in order to partlcl- claiming any right, title or inter- Surviving Joint Tenant of Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, JPMorgan 'Chase Bank
pate In this proceeding, you est In propertyto be affected' Brenda Joyce Donaldson Grantees, or Other Claimants; National Association; Forest
are entitled, at no cost to you, by the Issuance of the Series a/k/a Brenda J. Donaldson Unknown Parties In Possession Ridge Village Condominium
to the provision of.certadnassis- 2013B Bonds herein described ark/a Ber.aa Donalaor. are #2, If living, and all Unknown Association, Inc.; Unknown


tance. Please contact the -or to be affected'In any way aefenaoart(s) l.Cieik of Court Parties claiming by ,throUgh, Parties in Possession #1, If liv-
ADACoordinator at (904) 548- thereby, appear on the 11th Jo-hn A Cra~tora will seil lo under and against the above Ing, and all Unknown Parties
4600 press 0, at least 7 days day of Oct., 2013, at the hour the highest and best bidder named Defendant(s) who are claiming by, through, under
before your scheduledcourt of2:00p.m ofsaidday, before for cash AT THE MAIN not knownto bedead or dive, and against the above
appearance, por Immediately. Judge Brian J. Davis at the ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU whetoersaold Unknown Parties named Defendant(s) who are
upon' receiving this notifica- Nassau County Courthouse, COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX may, claim an Interest as not known to be dead or alive,
tlon If the time before the 416 Centre Street, Fernandlna LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS Spouse, Heirs, pevisees, whether said Unknown Parties
scheduled appearance is less Beach, 'Florlda, and show,, WAY, YULEE FLORIDA, 32097 AT Grantees, or Other Claimants may claim an Interest as
Than 7 days; If you are hearing cause, if any there be, why the 11:30 A.M. on October 21, Defendant(s). Spouse, Heirs, Devisees,
or voice Impaired, call 711. prayers of the Complaint for 2013, the following described NOTICE OF SALE Grantees, or Other Claimants;
4t 9-11-18-25-2013 & 10-2-2013 Validation should not be grant- property as set forth In said NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN Unknown Parties In Possession
1744 ed and the legality of dall mat- Final Judgment, td-wlt: pursuant to an Order dated #2, If living, and all Unknown
..--...--. ters and proceedings con: .ALL OF THAT CERTAIN PIECE, September 5, 2013, entered In Pqrties claiming by, through.,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION nected therewith, and other PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND Cvl Case No. 2012-CA-000454 under and against the above
FORTAXDEED -matters set forth In said LYING AND BEING IN THE of the Circuit Court of the 4th named Defendant(s) who are
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Complain should not be vadl- COUNTY OF NASSAU AND THE Judicial Circuit In and for not known to be dead oralive,
That FLORIDA COMMUNITY dated and confirmed as STATE OF FLORIDA KNOWN NassauCounty Florida, where- whether said Unknown Parties
BANK therein prayed. AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: in Bank of America, National may claims an Interest as
The holder of the following IT IS FURTHER ORDEREDAND ALLTHAT CERTAIN LOT, PIECE Association, Plaintiff and Brian Spouse, Heirs, Devisees,
certificates) has filed said cer- ADJUDGED that prior to the OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE A. Armstrong and Virginia H. Grantees,
tlflcate(s) for a tax deed to be date set for the hearing on LYING AND BEING IN THECITY Armstrong, Husband and Wife or Other Claimants
Issued thereon.The certificate said Complaint for Validation, OF FERNANDINA BEACH (FOR- are defendantss, I, Clerk of Defendant(s).
numbers() and year of Issu- the Clerk of this Court shall MERLY NAMED FERNANDINA), Court, John A. Crawford, will NOTICE OF SALE
once, the description of the cause a copy of this Order to. COUNTY OF NASSAU AND sell to the highest and best NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
property and the name(s) in Show Cause to be published in STATE OF FLORIDA, AND FUR- bidder for cash AT THE MAIN pursuant to an Order dated
which it Is assessed are as fol- a newspaper published and THER KNOWN AND DESCRIBED ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU September 5,2013,entered In
lows:' of general circulation In ONTHE OFFICIALPLATOFSAID COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX Civil Case No.2012-CA-000447
File Number: 2013-034-TD Ndssau County Florida, once CITY (AS ULITHOGRAPHED AND LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS of the Circuit Court of the 4th


Judicial Circuit In and for
Nassau County, Florida, where-
in JPMorgan Chase Bank,
Nationd Association Successor
by Merger tp Chase Home
Finance, LLC, Successor by
Merger to Chase Manhattan
Mortgage Corporation, Plaintiff
and Cathleen R. McKnight are
defendantss, I, Clerk of Court,
John A. Crawford, will sell to
the highest and best bidder
for cash AT THE MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS
WAYYULEE, FLORIDA. 32097 AT
11:30 A.M.'on October 21,
2013. the following described
property as set forth In. said
Final Judgment, to-wit:
ALL OF THAT'CERTAIN 'PIECE,
PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND
LYING AND BEING IN THE
COUNTY OFNASSAU AND THE
STATE OF FLORIDA KNOWN
AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
THAT CERTAIN CONDO-
MINIUM PARCEL LOCATED IN
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA,
COMPOSED OF CONDOMINI-
UM BUILDING 'J', UNIT NUM-
BER '4, AN UNDIVIDED SHARE
IN THOSE COMMON'ELEINENTS
APPURTENANT THERETO, AS
SPECIFIED, DESCRIBED IN AND
SUBJECT TO THE COVENANTS,
CONDITIONS. RESTRICTIONS.
TERMS AND OTHER PROVI-
SIONS OF THAT DECLARATION
OF CONDOMINIUM FOR FOR-
EST RIDGE VILLAGE CONDO-
MINIUM', MADE BY SPONSOR,
CHELL AMERICAN, A FLORIDA
GENERAL PARTNERSHIP PUR-
SUANT TO CHAPTER 718 OF THE
FLORIDA STATUTES. WHICH IS
RECORDED IN THE PUBLIC
-RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 380 AT PAGE
237; AS AMENDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 384 AT PAGE
751; AND FURTHER AMENDED
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
390 AT PAGE 112.' AS FURTHER
AMENDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 392 AT PAGE
695; AS FURTHER AMENDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 398
AT PAGE 385; AS FURTHER
AMENDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 398 AT PAGE
380, IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 402 AT PAGE 606. AND IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK402
AT PAGE 611; AS FURTHER
AMENDED IN' OFFICIAL,
RECORDS BOOK 409 AT PAGE
413, AND OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 436 AT PAGE 65, AND
OFFICIALRECORDS BOOK(602
AT PAGE 120; SAID DECLARA-
TION OF CONDOMINIUM, AS
AMENDED, BEING MADE A
PART HEREOF BY SPECIFIC REF-
ERENCE; AS RECORDED INTHE'
PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA (WHICH
DECLARATION PROVIDES FOR
ASSESSMENTS AND UENS TO A
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,
AND EASEMENTS FOR INGRESS
AND EGRESS OVER THE LAND).
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST INTHE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE IF ANY OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER 'AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.'
If you are a person with a.
disability who needs any
accommodation In order to
participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact the
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
4600 press 0, at least 7 days.
before .your-schedulerhcouttc
appearance, or Immediately
upon receiving this notifica-
tion If the time before the
scheduled appearance Is less.
than 7 days; If you are hearing
or voice Impaired, call 711.
Phone-(904) 548-4909
Fax-(904)548-4949
TTD/TTY-Dial 711
E-Mail-
calewls@nassauclerk.com
John A. Crawford .
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Nassau'County Florida
/s/ Sue Powell
DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT
2t 09-18-25-2013
1767

NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY'GIVEN
that the undersigned Intends
to sell the personal property,
described below at public sale
by competitive bidding on
Saturday, the 30th day of
September, 2013 at 10:00 am
'on the premises where said
property has beep stored and
which are located at
Bridgevlew Self Storage.
474431 East State Road 200,
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Nassau County the following:
Rochelle Lockett, 107
Richard Pigg, 1059
Purchases must be paid for
.at the time' of purchase by
cash only Acleaning deposit
will be taken,
Dated thls 09/18/2013. and
09/25/2013.
' 2t0-18-25-2013
1780

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT '
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
; CASEU: 201 I-CA-000703
Wells Fargo Bank, National
Association"
Plaintiff,
'-vs.- ,
Kimb'erly M. Cavender and
Casey W. Cavender. Her
Husband; Cartesian Polnte.
Property Owners Association,
Inc.
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant'to an Order dated
September.5,'2013, entered in
CvilCase No.2011-CA-000703
of the Circuit Court of the 4th
Judicial Circuit in and for
Nassau County Florida, where-
in Wells Fargo Bank, National
Association, Plaintiff and
Kimberly M. Cavender and
Casey W. Cavender, Her
Husband are defendantss, I,
Clerk of Court, John A.
Crdwford, will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash AT
THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE
NASSAU COUNTY JUDICIAL
ANNEX LOCATED AT 76347 VET-
ERANS WAY, YULEE, FLORIDA,
32097 AT' 11:30 A.M. on
October 22,2013, the following
described property as set forth
In said Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 69, CARTESIAN POINTE


UNIT 2, ACCORDING TO THE
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 7,
PAGES 35,36,37, AND 38, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation In order to
participate In this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance, Please contact the
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
4600 press 0. at least 7 days
' before your scheduled court
appearance, or Immediately


upon receiving this notifica- Fax- (904)548-4949
tlon If the time before the. TTD/TTY- Dial 711
scheduled appearance Is less E-Mail-
than 7 days; If you are hearing calewls@nassauclerk.com
or voice Impaired, call 711. John A. Crawford
Phone- (904) 548-4909 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Fax-(904)548-4949 Nassau County, Florida
TTD/TTY- Dial 711 /s/ Amanda Steam
,E-Mail- DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT
calewls@nassauclerk.com 2t 09-18-25-2013
John A.Crawford 1770
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT ..........
Nassau County, Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/s/Amanda Steamrn FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
2t 09-18-25-2013' FLORIDA
1768 CIVIL DIVISION
------ CASE #: 2010-CA-000969
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EverBank
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Plaintiff,
IN AND FOR NASSAU -vs.-
COUNTY, FLORIDA Michael K Evernham, Sr.; Irwin ;
CIVIL DIVISION Mortgage Corporation;
CASE #: 201 1-CA-000288 Defendant(s).
Wells. Fargo Bank, National NOTICE OF SALE
Association NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Plaintiff, pursuant to an Order dated'
-vs.- September 5,2013, entered in
Judy W. Sipes; Flora Parke Civil Case No. 2010-CA-000969,,
Homeowners Association, Inc.; of the Circuit Court of the 4th "
Unknown Tenants In Possession Judicial Circuit In and for"
#1; Unknown 'Tenants in' Nassau County, Florida, where-
Possession #2; If living, and all In EverBank, Plaintiff and,,
Unknown Parties claiming by, Michael K. Evernham are '
through, under and against defendantss, I, Clerk of Court, ,
the above named Defen- John A. Crawford, will sell to
dant(s) who are not known to the highest and best bidder '
be dead or alive, whether said for cash AT THE MAIN.-
Unknown Parties may claim 'ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU '.
an Interest.as Spouse, Heirs, COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
Devisees,. Grantees, or Other LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS
Claimants. .WAYYULEE, FLORIDA, 32097 AT
Defendantss. 11:30 A.M. on. October 21,
NOTICE OF SALE 2013, the following described '
SNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN property as set forth Iri said'
pursuant to an Order dated Final Judgment, to'-wit: : ;
September 5.2013, entered In LOT 8,'HENDRICKS FARMS-'
Civil Case No.2011-CA-000288 ACCORDING TO THE. PLAT'
of the Circuit Court of the 4th THEREOF, AS RECORDED .IN)
Judicial Circuit In and for PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 103, OFTHE
Nassau County Florida, where- PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
In Wells Fargo Bank, National COUNTY, FLORIDA: I
Association, Plaintiff and Judy TOGETHER WITH THAT CER- ,
W. Sipes are defendantss, I, TAIN YEAR: 2003,' MAKE:-
Clerk of Court, 'John. A, FLEETWOOD, : VIN#:
Crawford, will, sell to the high- GAFL275A73969CD21 ANDT
est and best-bldder for cash AT VIN#: GAFL275B73969CD21,"'
THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE MANUFACTURED' HOME,
NASSAU COUNTY JUDICIAL WHICH IS PERMANENTLY
ANNEX LOCATED AT 76347 VET- AFFIXED TO THE ABOVE DESC-
ERANS WAY, YULEE, FLORIDA, RIBED LANDS. AS SUCH IT IS .
32097 AT 11:30.A.M. on DEEMEDbTOBEAFIXTUREAND:u
October 22, 13, the following., A PART OF THE REAL ESTATE.
described propertyas set forth.. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN ,
In said Find Judgment towlt: INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM'"
LOT 143, FLORA PARKE UNIT THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN;l
28, ACCORDING TO PLAT THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF _*,
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN THE DATE COF THE LIS PErJDEN;
PLAT BOOK 6.PAGES 255,256, MUST FILE CLAIM WifHHIj .
257 AND 258, OF THE 'PUBLIC DAYS AFTER THE SALE., ,,
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- If you are a person with a',
TYFLORIDA.. dIsabillty who needs any ,
ANYPERSONCLAIMINGAN acomm.,co.,roar, ir. oraer ia
INTEREST INTHE SURPLUS FROM cpacrOrne ,-. .i;proc-eoir.o -
THE SALE, IF ANY' OTHER THAN c.u 3re e,-rrl..a r.-.: co),-10 'a
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF you, to the provision of certain
THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS assistance. Please contactthe
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-':.
DAYS AFTER THE SALE. 4600 press 0,' at least 7 daysiT
I If you are a person wlth a. before your schedule d court,
disability who needs any appearance, or Immediately-'"
accommodatioridn order to upon receiving this notiflca-u
participate In this proceeding, tlon If.the. time before the,Z
you are entitled, at no cost to scheduled appearance is less,
you, to the provision of certain' than 7 days; if you are hearing."
assistance, Please contact the or volce, Impalred, call 711. 9
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- Phone- (904) 548-4909
4600 press 0, at least 7 days, Fax- (904)548-4949
before your scheduled court TTD/TTY- Dial 711
appearance, or Immediately E-Mail- I
upon receiving this notifica- calewls@nassauderk.com
tlon f the time before the John A. Crawford
scheduled appearance Is less CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
than 7 days; if you are hearing Nassau County, RForlda "
or voice Impaired, call 711. / s/Sue Powell
Phone-(904) 548-4909 .DEPUTY CLERKOF COURT
Fax-(904)548-4949 2t 09-18-25-2013 -
TTD/TTY- Didal 711 1771
E-Mail- -----,
calewls@nassauclerk.com IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF.THE
SJohn A.Crawford. r .... FOURTH JUDCIAL-CIRCUIT
CLERK OFTHE CIRCUITCOURT IN AND FOR NASSAU COUN-:
Nassau County, Florida .TY1 FLORIDA,
/s/Amanda Steamrn CIVIL DIVISION .
DEPUTY CLERK OFCOURT CASE C: 2012-CA-000623 :1
2t 09-18-25-2013 Regions Bank d/b/a Regions 7,
1769 Mortgage -
---..-.- .. Plaintiff, 1' -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE -vs.- ,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Bryan L Marshall a/k/a Bryan V
IN AND FOR NASSAU Marshall and Jessica L .C
COUNTY, FLORIDA Marshall. a/k/a Jesslca-
*CIVIL DIVISION Marshall, Husband and Wife;
CASE C: 2012-CA-D00755 Cartesian Polnte Property
U.S.BankNattondAssoclation, Owners Association, Inc.;
as Trustee for HomeBanc Unknown Parties in Possession-
Mortgage Trust 2004-2 Mort-' #1, If living, and all Unknown2
gage Backed Notes, Series Parties claiming by. through, :.
2004-2 under and against the above A
Plaintiff, named Defendant(s) who are "
-vs.- not knownto bedeadordlvte,'
George Alan VanderheldeB whether said Unknown Parties
Sa/k/a George A. Vanderhel- i may claim an Interest as.,
denandJavonal\Vander-hel- Spouse, Heirs, Devisees,
den a/k/a JavonaVanderhel- Grantees, or Other Claimants; '
cen; Regions Bank d/b/a. Unknown Parties In Possession
Regions Mortgage Inc. as #Z2 If living, and all Unknown
Successor' .In Interest to Parties claiming by, through; '
AmSouth Bank; Oyster Bay under and against the above''
Property Owners Association, named Defendant(s) who are "
Inc.; Unknown Parties In- not known to be dead or alive,
Possession #1, If Iiving,and all whether said Unknown Parties '
Unknown Parties claiming by. may claim an interest as"
through, under and against Spouse, Heirs, Devisees,
the above named Defen- Grantees, or Other
,dant(s) who are not knownto Claimants
be dead or alive, whether sald i Defendant(s).
Unknown Parties may claim an NOTICE OF SALE
Interest as Spouse. Heirs, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEI4
Devisees, Grantees, or Other pursuant to an Order dated '
Claimants; Unknown Parties in September 5,2013, entered In -
Possession #2, If living, and all Civi lCase No.2012-CA-000623
Unknown Parties claiming by, of the Circuit Court of the 4th -
through, under and against Judicial Circuit In and for '
the above named Defen- Nassau County, Florda,where- '
darit(s) who are not known to In Regions Bank d/b/crReglons '
be dead or alive, whether said Mortgage, Palntiff and Bryan L Z
Unknown Parties may claim Marshall a/k/a Bryan Marshall
an Interest as Spouse, Heirs, and Jessica L Marshall a/k/a '
Devisees, Grantees, Jessica Marshal Husband and'
or Other Claimants Wife are defendantss, I, Cleik
Defendantss. of Court, John A. Crawford.wlll i
NOTICE OF SALE sell to the highest and best-,; *
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN bidder for cash AT THE MAIN '
pursuant to an Order dated ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
September 52013, entered In COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX"
CMI Case No.2012-CA-000755 LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS :,
of the Circuit Court of the 4th WAY.YULEE` FLORIDA. 32097 AT '
Judicial Circuit In and for 11:30 A.M. on October 21,
Nassau County, Florida where- 2013, the followng described
In U.S. Bank National Associa- property as set forth In said ';
tion, as Trustee for HomeBanc Final Judgment, to-wit:
Mortgage Trust 2004-2 Mort- LOT 16, CARTESIAN POINTE .
gage Backed Notes, Series UNIT 1, ACCORDING TO THE
2004-2 Plaintiff and'George PLAT THEREOE AS RECORDED '
Alan Vanderhelden a/k/a IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGES 345 *-
George A.Vanderhelden and THROUGH 349. INCLUSIVE. OF =
Javona LVanderhelden a/k/a THE PUBUC RECORDS OF NAS-'"
Javona Vanderhelden are SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
defendantss, I Clerk of Court, ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN .'
John A. Crawford, will sell to INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
the highest and best bidder THE SALE IF ANY, OTHER THAN
for cash AT THE MAIN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF .
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS '-
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 3
LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
WAY YULEE, FLORIDA. 32097 AT If you are a person with a ^.
11:30 A.M. on October 22, disability who needs any '
2013, the following described accommodation In order to"^
property as set forth In said participate In this proceeding,.
Final Judgment, toswit: you are entitled, at no cost to
LOT 9, OYSTER BAY PHASE yoU, to the provision of certain'
FIVEACCORDINGTOTHE PLAT assIstance. Rease contactthe"
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN ADACoordinotorata(904)548-"'
PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 12 .OF THE 4600 press 0, at least 7 days'


PUBUC RECORDS OF NASSAU before your scheduled court'
COUNTY FLORIDA. appearance, or Immediately '
ANYPERSONCLAIMINGAN upon receiving this notlfica- ,
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM tlon If the time before the',
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN scheduled appearance is less
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF than 7 days; If you are hearing'.
THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS or voice Impaired, call 711.
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 Phone-(904) 548-4909
DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Fax-(904)548-4949
If you are a person with a TTD/TTY-Dial 711
disability who needs any E-Mail- '
acco4hmodation In order to calewls@nassauclerkcom
participate In this proceeding, John A. Crawford
you are entitled, at no cost to CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT.,.
you, to the provision of certain Nassau County Florida
assistance. Please contact the /s/ Sue Powell
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT
4600 press 0, at least 7 days 2t 09-18-25-2013
before your scheduled court 1773 4,
appearance, or Immediately -.-----
upon receiving this notifca- LEGAL NOTICES
tlon If the time before the CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE, .
scheduled appearance Is less LEGAL ADVERTISING
than 7 days; If you are hearing DEADLINE IS NOON
or voice impaired, call 711. ON FRIDAY. CALL 261-3696.
Phone- (904) 548-4909 ..........


9B








,1B WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,.2013/News-Leader



LEGAL NOTICES


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
PURSUANT TO SECTION
865.09, FLORIDA STATUTES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name of "Red Vest
Books' located at 96282
Oyster Bgy Drive. in the County
of Nassau, in the City of
Fernandina Beach. Florida.
32034 Intends to register tlhe
said name with the Division of
Corporations of the Florida
Department of State, Tallaha-
ssee. Florida.
Dated at Fernandina Beach,
Florida, this 13th day of
September, 2013.
Susan S, Sinor
Red Vest Books
1 t 09-25-2013
1786

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
S COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
SCASE #: 2012-CA-000609
Bank of America. National
Association successor by
merger'to BAC Home Loars
Servicing, LP.f/k/a Country,
wide Home Loans Servicing,
LP
SPlaintiff,
-vs.- ,
Oilly E.Weathington a/k/a Billy
Weathington dnd Rihonda G,
Weathington a/k/a Rhonda
Weathington, Husband and
Wife; Mortgage Elebtronic
Registration Systems, Inc., rs
Nominee for Countrywide
Hornet Loans, Inc.; Unknown
parties in Possession #1, If liv-
ing, and all Unknown Parties
declaiming by, through, under
and against the above
named Defendant(s) who are
not known to be dead or dive,
whether saiold Unknovfr Parties
may claim an interest as
Spouse, Heirs. Devisees.'
Grantees, or Other Claimants;
Unknown Parties in Possession
ff2 If living, and all Unknown
Parties claiming by, through.
under and against the above
named Defendant(s) who are
not k-iown to be dead or dive,
whether said Unknown Parties
may claim an Interest as
Spouse; Heirs, Devisees,
rantees,.
or Other Claimants
SDefendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
$uant to an Order dated
September 5,2013. entered In
Pivil Case No. 2012-CA-000609.
S Of the Circuit Court of the 4th
Aludicial' Circuit In and for
Nassau County, Florida, where-
"i0 Bank of Ameilca,. National
Association. successor by'
merger to BAC Home Loans
Servicing, LP f/k/a
Ctountryiide 'Home Loans
tervlcing, L Plaintiff pnd Billy E.
Weathington a/k/a Billy
WVeathirigton and Rhonda G.
Wteathington a/k/a Rhonda
Weathington, Husband and
Wife are defendantss)' I,'Clerk
'f Court, John A. Crcawford. will
4ell to the highest and best
Viidder for cash AT THE MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
C COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
OCATED AT 76347 VETERANS
WJAYYULEE, FLORIDA; 32097 AT
11:30 A.M; on October 21,
:013, the following described
property as set forth In said
tinal Judgment to-wit:
IHAT CERTAIN. PIECE, PARCEL
,R TRACT OF LAND. SITUATE,
LYING AND BEING A PART OF
JOTS 8 AND 9; PITTMAN ACRES.
AS RECORDED.IN PLAT BOOK
Z. PAGE 8 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
STYFLORIDA, AND BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
SEOLLOWS:
COMMENCING AT THE
INTERSECTION OF THE-
'NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF STATE ROAD NO. 200 (A 100
FOOT RIGHT OF WAY) ANDTHE
EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY UiNE
C)F PITTMAN ROAD (A 60 FOOT
RIGHT OF WAY)(BOTH ,AS
SHOWN ON SAID .PLAT OF
SPITTMAN ACRES): THENCE
NORTHERLY 66 DEGREES 56'00"
'EAST ALONG THE NORTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY ULINE OF STATE
ROAD NO. 200,A DISTANCE OF
316.00 FEET FOR A POINT OF
S BEGINNING: THENCE NORTH
21 'DEGREES 55;00" WEST,
299.12 FEET: THENCE NORTH 66
SD.EGREES.24'35:", EAST,-100.04
FEET:' THENCE. SOUTH 23'
':* :, h,::-AEE. J:' i: t^.f 3,:,,fEET

v ., ur -i : P -' -1' i-i .:.-0
n;' lC, -u,0 HEH .'tl ".' iH .)o "
t lC, Il.;.,h HEI,. i"'l--Hi CF:
WAY LINE 110.00 FEET TO THE
P. .OINT OF .' BEGINNING.
ACCORDING TO SURVEY BY
WAVERLY J. RAY'&.ASSOCIATES,
REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR
NO.707, JACKSONVILLE, FLORI-
DA, DATED FEBRUARY 2.1,.1973.
LESS AND EXCEPT THAT POR-
TION OF THE PREMISES TAKEN
FOR HIGHWAY PURPOSES BY
THE STATE OF FLORIDA DEPART-
MENT OF TRANSPORTATION AS
S SET FORTH WARRANTY DEED
FILED 9/18/2002 IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 1081'PG 1011.
NASSAU COUNTY FIORIDA.,
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE. IF ANY, OTHER THAN'
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE bATE OF THE US PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE. .
-. If you' are a person with a
disability, who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate In this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contactthe
ADA Coordlnator at (904)548-
4600 press 0, at Least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately,
upon receiving It- : r,.'m. :a-
tion if the time, .e.:re Ir.e
scheduled appearance is less
than 7 days; if you are hearing
or voice irmpaired, call 711.
Phone- (904) 548-4909
Fax- (904)548-4949 '
T'TD/rTY- Dial 711
E-Mail-
: calewis@nqssauclerk.coam
John A. CrdWford''
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Nassau County Florida
/s/ Sue Powell
DEPUTY CLERK.OF COURT
2t 09-18-25-2013
1772 ,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT


IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 13CA000346AXYX
SJPMORGAN ALTERNATIVE
LOAN TRUST2005-Sl, MORT-
GAGE PASS- THROUGH CER-
TIFICATES, BY PHH MORTGAGE
CORPORATION AS SERVICE
WITH'DELEGATED AUTHORITY
UNDER THETRANSACTION
DOCUMENTS,
Plaintiff,
vs. ,
PATSY L. MARTIN'A/K/A PATSY
MARTIN;PHILIP D. MARTIN AKA
PHIULIP MARTIN, et al,
SDefendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Unknown Spouse of
Stephen K. Hunnlcut
Last Known Residence: 110
Innerlake Lane, Kingsiand, GA


31548
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for foreclosure of mort-
gage on the following ,prop-
erilv In Nassau County Florida:
LOT FIFTY (50), MEADOW-
FIELD UNIT ONE A, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6.
PAGES 148, 149 AND 150,'OF
THE CURRENT PUBUC RECOR-
DS OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORI-
DA.
has been filed against you
and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defens-
es, within 30 days after the first
publication. if any, on
ALDRIDGE / CONNORS, LLP,
Plaintiff's attorney, at 1615
South Congress Avenue, Suite
200, Delray Beach, Florida
33445 (Phone Number:" (561)
392-6391), within 30 days of first
date of publication of this
notice, and file the original with
the clerk of this curt either
before October 18, 2013 on
Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise, a .
default will be entered against
you for the reirefdemcnded In
Sthe Compidn.or petition.
SDated on SEP-9 2013.
John A. Crawford
SAs Clerk of the Court
By /s/ Megan Sawyer
As Deputy Clerk
2t 09-18-25-2013
1774

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
"FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that FLORIDA COMMUNITY
BANK -
T e holder of the following cer-
tificate(s) has filed said certfi-
cate(s) for a tax deed to be
issued tihereon.The certificate
numbers() and 'year of
issuance, the description of,
the property, and the name(s)
Sin which It is assessed are as
follows: I .
File Number: 2013-035-TD'
Certificate Numbers 1150
Parcel Numbecr 29-2N-25-3140-
OOOC-0010
Year of Issuance: 2011
Description of Property!
BLOCK C LOTS 1 & 2 IN OR .
1679/1386NWRELEFORDSUB
PB 2/31
Assessed To'
BRADDOCK OIL LLC
All of the above property is
located In Nassau County, in
the State of Florida.
Unless such certificate(s)'
Shall be redeemed'according
to law, the property described
in such certificate or certifl-
qates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder i'at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF -THE NASSAU
COUNTY'JUDICIAL ANNEX,
76347 VETERANS WAY. YULEE,
FL on the ,22nd. day of
October, 2013,.,between the
hours of 11:00 a.m. and 200 '
p.rfm.The Clerk of Court's Office
Policy Is to-hold the sale at
11:30a.m. .
JOHN A. CRAWFORD )'
NASSAU COUNTY '
CLERK OF COURT
BY: /s/ Rhoda Goodwiri
RHODA GOODWIN,
DEPUTY CLERK
If you area person'with ds-
ability who needs any accom-
nmodation in drder to partical-
pate in this proceeding, you
are entitled, atno cost to your
toithe provision of certain assis-
tn6e.. Please contact the
, ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
S4600 press 0. at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately
Cc.r r.c i'..rg Ithi. rnohfica-
I,.:.r-n, In Ir-. InIT .D icr. tti',
scheduled appearance Is less.'
than 7 days; If you are hearing
or voice impaired, call 711,
4t 09-18-25-2013 & 10-2-9-2013
1777 .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
'THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
Case No. 12CA000697AXYX
REGIONS BANK SUCCESSOR
BYMERGER WITH AMSOUTH
BANK .
Plaintiff.,.
vs.
ROBERT L GLOER, et ad...
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
S NOTICE'IS HEREBY GIVEN
that .pursuant to the Final ,
Judgment 'of Foreclosure
entered on August 26,2013, in
Case No. 12CA000697AXYX of
the. Circuit Court of the Fourth
'Judicial Circuit for Njxoau
County, ,'Florida, In wr.lch
Regions Ber.k : FPiair,|n and
Mark A. Jones,-Brenda R.
Jones, et al..are Defendants, .
I will sell to the highest and
Best. bidder for cash, at the,
front entrance of the.Judicid
Ar.er, ['iai-iCoLr.t;' Rondo
I al I1 3') am ro a soor. tr-iaee.
after as the sale may proceed,
aon the 13th day of'; January,
2014 the following described .
real properly as set forth in said
Rhall Judgment, to.wit: ',.
LOT 18of.Tupelo Plantation
according to the Plat thereof.
as recorded in Plat Book 7 on
Pages 206 through 210 of the,-
Public Records of Nassau
SCounty, Florida..
Any person or entityclaim-
ing an interest In the surplus, If
any. resulting from the foreclo-
sure sale, other than 'the prop-
erty owner as of the date of
-re us Pendens, must file d
sis.rr. on the same .with'the
'dierkpf Court within 60 days
after the foreclosure sale.
i |f you are a person with a
disability who. needs any
accommodation In order to,
parsi =iF.a.e Ir. thIs pr0ceedir.
,.:,,J sre .nistled at no co: r, .
', ',u I.:. ire pr..jlsori-. on certain,
.sssara=..:e ple.a:-.:onlocI i.t-
,C'' C.:.calr .at.r at cOie,'il5
r.',o;au.:"le=lk. oiri a (O)J)5-..-
4600 press 0, at least 7 days'
, before your scheduled court'.
appearance, or immediately
upon receiving .this notifica-
tion If the time before the
* scheduled appearance Is less
than 7 days; if you are hearing
or voice impaired, coll 711.
Dated this 1.1 day of Sep-
tember, 2013.
JOHN ARAWFORD
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Sue Powell
As Deputy Clerk
I CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE" :
I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true
and correct copy of the fore-
going has been furnished by
U.S. Mall to'all parties, listed


below on this 11 day of
September, 2013.
JOHN A CRAWFORD
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Sue Powell
As Deputy Clerk
2t 09-18-25-2013
1782
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
ANDFOR NASSAU COU.TY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 13CAQ00132AXYX
WELLS FARGO BANK NA. AS
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
WACHOVIA BANK N.A. .
Plaintiff.
vs.
JOHN J. STIFTER A/KA JOHN
STIFFER A/K/A JOHN J. STIFTER,
III, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS
TRUSTEE OF THE JOHN AND LEE
STIFTER FAMILY TRUST DATED


AUGUST 11,2000; ETAL,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
The following Defendant(s):
ALL UNKNOWN BENEFICIA-
RIES OF THE JOHN AND LEE
STIFTER TRUST DATED AUGLUST
11,2000
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of
Mortgage on the following
described property:
UNIT 33 OF THE COLONY, A
CONDOMINIUM ACCORDING
TO THE DECLARATION OF
CONDOMINIUM THEREOF,
RECORDED. IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 653; PAGE
712, AS AMENDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 662 PAGE 20,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
NASSAU COUNTY; FLORIDA,
AND ANY AMENDMENTS
THERETO, TOGETHER WITH ITS
UNDIVIDED SHARE IN THE
COMMON ELEMENTS.
Street Address: 4749 MAR-
TINIQUE COURT, AMELIA
ISLAND, FLORIDA 32034-
has been tiled against you
and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defens-
es, if any, tolton Moskowitz,
Mandell, Sanlm & Simowlz, RA.,
on or before October 18,2013,
a date which Is within thirty
(30) days after the first pupil-'
cation of this Notice In .THE
NEWS-LEADER and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or Immedi-
ately thereafter otherwise a,
defaultwill be entered against .
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint.
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodatign'in order to
participate In this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no qostto
you, to provisions of certain
assistance. Please contact
the' ADA Coordinator for the
circuit court system at crtin-
trp@coj.net or (904) 630-2564
at least 7 days before your
scheduled court appearance,
or Immediately upon receiv-
ing this notification If the time
beforethe scheduled appect-
ance islessthan 7 days; If you
are hearing or voice Impaired,
odall 711.
WITNESS my hand and the
sedaof thisCourtthis9thday of
September, 2013.
John A'. Crawford
As Clerk of the Court
By/s/Megan Sawyer
As Deputy Clerk '
2t 09-18-25-2013
-1783
o.......
IN IHE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA'
CASE NO.: 2012-CA-93
DIVISION: A
ROBERT A. STUDWELL and
JOYCE R.STUDWELLas Trustees
of the ROBERT A. STUDWELL
and JOYCE R. STUDWELL FAM-
ILYTRUST DATED NOVEMBER 11,
1994.
SPlaintiff. ,
vs.
MACARTHUR H. DANIEL;
SWAdHOVIA BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION; LUCYY MEUEN; "
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING,
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINSTTHE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO'BE DEAD
OR ALIVE; WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUS-
ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, SUCCES-
SORS IN INTEREST, GRANTEES, -
(R OTHER CLA)MANITS: FLOUN-
D'EiSGIGGING.,LLC;TENANT;
UNKNOWN TENANT .#1;
UNKNOWN TENANT. .#2;
UNKNOWN TENANT : #3;
UNKNOWN TENANT #4
AND UNKNOWN TENANT #5,
Defendants.
CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated September 9. 2013,
entered herein.'I will, sell the,
property situated In'Nassau
County, Florida, described as:
The East One-hdalf (EI /2) of
Lot Fifty-six (56), Section One .
(1), HAMBY'S ADDITION TO FER-
NANDINA BEACH, according
to plat therefore recorded in
Plat Book 2, Page 32,'of the
public. records of Nassau
County Florida.
at'public sale, to the high-
est and best bidder for cash, at
the front entrance of the
Nassau County Judicial
Annex. 76347 Veterans Way,
Yulee, FL 32097, at 11:30 a.m..
or, soon thereafter, on the 21st
day of October, 2013. .:
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTERESTINTHE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE; IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNERWAS OF
THE DATE OF THE US PENDENs
.FILED HEREIN, MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYSAFTER
THESALE. '
DATED this I'l day of
September, 2013.
JOHN CRAWFORD ;.
As Clerk of Court
BY:/s/Sue Powell
As Deputy Clerk.
2t 09-18-25-2013.
1784. '
IN THE CIRCUIT C.URT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
iFILE NO.2013-CP-192
DIVISION: B '
IN RE: ESTATE OF ,
LEE BIWAN LEWIS, ' *
Deceased.,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The admlrinisnrllon o1 Ste
enfate ol Lee Bryar. LCj.l,
deceased, whose date 'of
death was May 16, 2013, is
pending in the CircultCourt
for Nassau County, Florida,
Probate Division. the address
of which is 76347 Veteran's
Way Suite 456, Yulee, Florida.
32097. The names and
addresses of the personal rep->.
resentative and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece- -
dent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom~a
copy of this notice is required
to be served must file their
claims with this court ON OR
BEFORE THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS 'AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OFTHIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OFTHIS NOTICE ON THEM.


All other cWeditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate-
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIU-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.,
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET.
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication
of this notice Is September 18,
2013.
Attorney for Personal


Representative:
Kristen D. Drake
Florida Bar No. 13433
The Law Office of
Kristen D. Drake, PA.
1890 S* 14th Street, Suite 206
Fernandlna Beach, Florida
32034
kristen@kdrakelaw.com
T: 904-261-2860
F: 904-261-2868
Personal Representative:
Meredith Leigh Lewis
RO. Box 15933
Fernandlna Beach, Florida
32035
2t 09-18-25-2013
1775

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
THE FOLLOWING PERSONS AT
THE LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
OF:
Andrew A. Beard
2364 Penbrook Dr
Fernandina Beoach FL 32034
Raymond L. Boone
3772 Falcon Dr
Hilliard FL 32046
Alice C. Coppage
371181 Oxford St
Hlliard FL 32046
Jose 0. Lebrbn
45105 MlcklerSt
Callahah FL 32011
Deyante Thomas
85182 Lonnie Crews Rd.
Fernandina Beach FL 32034
Tessa A. Tulloh.
2151 Pebble Beach Wa''
Fernandlna Beach FL 32034
Charmesha N. Washington
317S10thSt '
Femandlna Beach FL 32034
Brian S. Workman
44010 Ada Ellzabeth Ln
Callahan FL 32011
Pursuant to Section 98.075,
Florida Statutes, you are here-
by notified that notice was
published on August 7, 2013
and August 8, 2013 that you
were potentilcly Ineligible to
be registered to vote. Failure
to respond within thirty (30)
days after that notice,'was
published resulted In a deter-
mination of ineiglbllity' by the
Nassau County Supervisor of
Elections and removal of your
name from the statewide
voter registration system.
Please contact the Supervisor
to receive Information regard-
ing the basis for Ineliglbilitfy and
the procedure to resolve this
matter, If further assistance is
needed, please contact the
Supervisor of Elections at the
numbers listed below.
Vicki PCainon
Nassau.County
Supervisor of Elections
96135 Nassau Place, Suite 3'
Yulee, Florida 32097
Telephone 904-491-7500
Tall Free 1-866-260-4301
TDD 904-491-7510
St 09-25-2013
1785

BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
INVITATION TO BID (ITB).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Board of'County
Commissioners of Nassau
County, Florida Invites sealed
bids for.
DEBRIS REMOVAL/
DISPOSAL PORTION OF THE
SWALLOWFORK DRAINAGE
IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT
BID NO. NC1 3-046
PROJECT DESCRIPTION .
Nassau County is seeking
bids from qualified contrac-
tors for the removal and dis-
posal of debris .from the
Swallowfork Drainage Impro-
-,vemrents Project. Contractor
to;futinlsh al labor and mnachin-
"ery'to load and haul away.
debris from approximately 20
acres of cleared area.
For detailed Information
regarding the bid due date
and bid requirements for this
ITB, please visit the Nassau
County's website at 'http://
www.nassaucountyfl.com or
contact the Contract
Management Department at
904-491-7377. Bid Information
Is also available at http:t/
www.demandstar.com.
ATTEST: -
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
EX-OFFICIO CLERK
DANIEL B. LEEPER
CHAIR I
BOARD OF COUNTY.
COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA
1 t 09-25-2013
1787 ,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN'
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, .
C FLORIDA
CASENO.: 13-CA-468 .
STATE OF FLORIDA DEPART-
MENT OF TRANSPORTATION,,
Petitioner, -
vs.- : .
Parcels "105/709/821 JOSEPH
A. FLOOD;' CLIFFORD A.,
FLOOD, JR.; FRANCIS D.
FLOOD;. F.D. FLOOD
RESOURCES, INC., d/b/a-THE
OLD FLOOD STORE ANTIQUES;'
and JOHN M. DREW, Nassau
County Tax Collector;.
., Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION IN EMINENT
DOMAIN AND NOTICE OF
HEARING OF CONSTRUCTIVE
SERVICE OF PROCESS
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ,;
To all said defendants who.
are'living, and if any or al
defendants are deceased, the
unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors..
iHenors, or other parties claim-i
ing by, through, under, or,
against any such deceased
defendant or defendants, If
alive. and. If dead, their
unknown spouse,' heirs,
devisees, legatees, grantees,
creditors, lenors, or other par-
ties. claiming, by, through,
under, or against any such
deceased' defendant or
defendants, and dl other par-
ties hcMng or daring to have
any right, title or interest In and
to the property described In
the Petition, to-wit;
Item #2107123
Parcels 105/709/821
SR 200 (A1 A) Nassau County
Section No. 74060 State Road
No. 200(ATA) Nassau Coursty
ER No. 2107123
Parcel No. 105 Fee Simple
A Part Of Lots 12, & 3, Block 1,
C.A. Snowballs Subdivision, As
Recorded In Flat Book 1, Page
15 Of: The Public Records Of
Nassau County Florida, Also
Being A Part Of Section 4,
Township 2 North. Range 27
East, And A Part Of Section 33,
The John Lowe Mill Grant,
Section 51, Township 3 North,


Range 27 East, Nassau County,
Florida, Being More Particularly
Described As Follows:
Commence At The
Northwesterly Corner Of
Section 4, Township 2 North,
Range 27 East Nassau County,
Florida; Thence North 88
Degrees 47'16" East, Along The
Northerly Une OfSaid Section
4 A Distance Of 355.37 Feet
To The Centerline Of Survey Of
State Road No. 200 (AlA) Per
Florida Department Of
Transportation Right Of Way
Map Section 74060, F.R No.
2107123; Thence. South 60
Degrees 35'58', West,
Departing Said Section Line,
Along Sold Centerllne Of
Survey Of State Road No. 200
(AIA), A Distance Of 17.23


Feet To A Point On A Curve,
Concave Northwesterly,
Having Radius Of 5,705.58
Feet, A Chord Bearing And
Distance Of South 61 Degrees
40'28" West, 214.09 Feet;
Thence Southwesterly Along
Said Centerllne Of Survey Of
State Road No. 200 (At A), And
Along The Arc Of Solaid Curve,
Through A Central Angle Of
02 Degrees 09'00", An Arc
Length Of 214.10 Feet To A
Point Of Tangency; Thence
South 62 Degrees 44'58'"West,
Along Said Centerllne Of,
Survey Of State Road No. 200
(AIA), A Distance Of 38.50
Feet Thence North 27 Degrees
15'02" West, Departing Said .
Centerline Of Survey Of State
Road' No. 200 (AlA), A
Distance Of 54.00 Feet To The
Northerly Existing Right Of Way
ULine Of Said State Road N6
200 (AIA)(A Variable Widtct
Right Of Way), And The Point
Of'Beginning; Thence North'
27 Degrees 00'02" West,
Departing Said Northerly
Existing Right Of Way Uine Of
State Road No. 200 (AlA), A
SDistance Of 10.59 Feet-To A
Point On A Curve, Concave
Northwesterly, Having A Radius
Of 9,940.75 Feet, A Chord
Bearing And Distance Of North.
61 Degrees 52'21 East, 219.89
Feet; Thence Northeasterly,
Along The Arc Of Said Curve,
Through A Centr.l Angle Of
01 Degrees 16'03:', An Arc
Length Of 219.89 Feet; Thence '
South 28 Degrees 45'41"' East,
A Distance Of 2.50 Feet To A
Point On A Curve. Concave.
Northwesterly, Having A Radius
Of 9,943.25 Feet, A Chord
Bearing And Distance Of North
60 Degrees 55'09" East, 110.93
Feet; Thence Northeasterly,
Along The Arc Of Said Curve,.
Through A Central Angle, Of
00 Degrees 38'21", An 'Arc"
Length Of 110.93 Feet To A,
Point Of Tangency; Thence
North 60 Degrees 35'58" East,
A Distance Of 11.70 Feet To
The Westerly Existing Right Of
Way Line Of CSX Railroad (A
Variable Width Right Of Way
Per Florida Department 'Of
Transportation Right Of Way
Map 'Section 74060. FR No.
2107123); .'Thence South,38
Degrees 49'32" East, Along
Said Westerly Existin Right Of
Way Une Of'CSX' Railroad; A
Distance Of 8.11 Feet To The
Said Northerly Existing Right Of
Way Uine Of State Road No.
20d (A A,), Thence Westerly,.
Along Said Northerly Existing
Right Of Way Une Of State
Road No. 200 (A1A), The
Following. 3 Courses And
Distances;.1) South 60 Degrees
35"58" West, 93.71 Feet To A
Point On A Curve. Concave
Northwesterly., Having A Radus
Of 5,651.58 Feet, A Chord'
Bearing And 'Distance Of
South 61,Degrees'40'28" West,
212.06 Feet; 2) Southwesterly,
Along The Arc Of Said Curve,
Through A Central Angle Of
02 Degrees 09'00". An Arc
Length Of 21207 Feet 3) South
62 Degrees 44'58" West, 38.50
Feet To The Point Of Beginning.
Containing 3,444 Square Feet,
More Or Less.
Being A Part Of Tax Parcel No.
33-3N-27-0000-0001-0000 ',
Section No. 74060 State Road
No. 200 (ATA).
Nassau County ERPNo. 2107123
Parcel No. 709
Temporary Construction'.
Easement '
A temporary- construction
iTc-m-r.| Inr trI, purpose ao
rP.r'q pi' T, or,,J Ir, . *3i. ,/J
walkways, etc., thereon wIth
the construction to be under-
taken by the Department, In
State Road No. 200 (AlA)
adjacent thereto, in. upon.
over and through the following
described land In Nassau
County Florida, viz:
A Part Of Lot 1, Block 1C.A.
Snowballs Subdivision, As
Recorded In Plat Bookl,. Page
15 Of The Public. Records'Of
Nassau County Florida, Also
Being A Part Of Section, 4
Township 2 .North, Range 27
East, And Section 33. Township
3 North. Range 27 East, Nassau
County Florida, Being More.
Particularly Described As
Follows:
Commence At The 'North-
westerly Comer Of Section 4,
Township 2 North, Range. 27
East Nassau County, Florida,;
Thence North- 88. Degrees
47'16" East, Along The North-
erly Uine Of Said Section 4, A
Distance Of 355.37 Feet To The
'Centerllne Of Survey Of State
Road No.20b (AlA) Per FloIda
Department Of Transportation
Right Of Way Map Section
74060, FRN6. 2107123; Thence
South 60 Degrees 35'58"West,'
Departing Said Section Uine,.
Along Said .Centerllne Of
Survey Of State Road No.200
(AlA). A Distance Of,17.23 :.
Feet To A Point On A. Curve,
Concave Northwesterly.,Hav-
ing Radius Of 5,705.58 Feet, A
C:hord Bearing And Distance
Of South 61 Degrees 40'28"
West, 21409 Feet; Thence.
Southwesterly Along Said
Centerline Of Survey Of State
Road No. 200 (AlA);, And .
Along The Arc Of Said Curve';
Through A Central, Angle Of
02 Degrees 09'00". An Arc
Length Of 214.10 Feet To A
Point Of Tangency; Thence
South 62 Degrees 44'58" West,
Along Said Centerllne' Of
Survey Of State Road No.'200
I'-lAT-) i DI;lIrice Of 38 S0 .
F.-,, Trrer,:e t tint 27 Degrees *
0' i.2" WV.r.i Departing Sold
Cerre.i-lrei Otj 5ur .'e,' Of Stare
I'daa Ila .200 (Al.A) <.
Distance 6f 58400 Feet To The
Northerly Existing Right bf Way
Une Of Said 'State Road No.
200 (A1A)'(A Variable Width
Right Of Way); Thence North
27 Degrees 00'02" West,
Departlhg Said Northerly
Existing Right Of Way Une Of
State Road ,.No, 200 (AlA), A
Distance O'f 10.59 Feet To A
Point On A'Curve, Concave '
Northwesterly, Having Radius:
Of 9,940.75, Feet, A Chord'
Bearing And Distance Of North
62 Degrees T3'29" East, 97.67
Feet; Thence Northeasterly
Along The Arc Of Said Curve,
Through A Central Angle Of
00 Degrees 33'47', An Arc
Length Of .97.67 Feet To The
Point Of Beginning; Thence
North 28 Degrees 03'25, West,
A Distance 'Of 5.00,,Feet;


Thence North 61 Degrees
49'12" East, A Distance Of
43.78 Feet; Thence South 28
Degrees 03'25" East, A
Distance Of 5.00 Feet To A
Point On A Curve" Concave.
Northwesterly, Having A Radius
Of 9,940.75 Feet, A Chord
Bearing And Distance Of
South 61 Degrees 49'01 "West,
43.78 Feet; Thence
Southwesterly Along The Arc
Of Said Curve, Through A
Cehtral'Angle Of 00 Degrees
15'08", An Arc Length Of 43.78
FeetToThe Point Of Beginning.
Containing 220 Square Feet,
SMore Or Less.
This Temporary Construction
Easement shall be for a period
of seventy-eight (78) months
commencing on the date of
the Good Faith Deposit,,
Being Part Of Tax Parcel No.


33:3N-27-0000-0001-0000 *
Section No. 74060 State Road
No. 200 (AlA)
Nassau County ERPNo. 2107123
Parcel No. 821
Perpetual Easement
A perpetual easement for the
purpose of construction, oper-
ation and maintenance of
overhead and underground
electric utility facilities (Includ-
ing wires, poles, guys,anchors,
Cables, 6onduits and appur-
tenant equipment) to be
instatled from time timetoime; with
the right to reconstruct,
improve, add to. enlarge,
change the voltage, as well
as, the size of and remove
such facilities, In, over, under,
upon and through the follow-
ing described land in Nassau
County, Florida, to-wit
A Part Of The'John Lowe Mill '
Grant, Section 51, Township 3
North, Range 27 East. Nassau
County, Florida, Being 'More
Particularly Described As'
Follows:
Commence At The. North-
westerly Corner Of Section 4,
Township 2 NOrth,.Range 27
East, Nassau County Florida;
Thence North 88 Degrees
47'.16" East, Along, The
Northerly ULine Of Sold Section
4, A Distance Of 355.37 Feet
To The Centerllne Of Survey Of;
State Road No. 200 (A1A)'(As
Per Florida Department Of
Transportation Right Of Way
Map'Section 74060; F.R No,
2107123); Thence North',60
Degrees 35'58" East, Departing
Saiold Section Une, Along Said
Centerline Of Survey Of State
Road No. 200 (A1A), A
Distance' Of 85.45 Feet;
Thehce North 38 Degrees
49'32" West, Departing Said
Centerline Of Survey Of State
Road. No. 200 (AlA), A
Distance Of 5474 Feet To The
Northerly Existing RIghtOf Way
Une Of Said State Road No.
200 (AIA) (A Variable Width'.
Right Of Way As Per Florida
Department Of Transportation'
Right Of Way Map Section
74060, F.R No. 2107123), Also
Being A Point On The'Westerly
ExistingRlght OfWayUne Of
CSX Rolroad (A Variable Wi\Mdth
Right Of Way Per Florida
Department Of Transportation
Right Of Way Map Section
74060, F.PNo.2107123); Thence,
Continue North 3I Degrees
49'32" West, Departing Said
Northerly Existing Right Of Way
Line Of State Road No. 200
(A1A), Along Solaid Westerly
.Existing Right Of Way Une Of
CSX Railroad, A Distance Of
8.1,1 Feet, To The Point Of
Beginning; Thence South 60
Degrees '35'58" West,
Departing Said Westerly-
Existing Right Of Way Une.Of
CSX Railroad, A Distance Of,
11.70 Feet To A Point On A
Curve Concave Northwesterly
Having A Radius Of 9.943.25
Feet, A Chord Bearing And
Distance Of South 60 Degrees
,36'09"West 1.09 Feet; Thence
Southwesterly, Along, The Arc
Of Said-.'Curve, Through A
Central Angle Of 00 Degrees,
00'23-, An Arc Length Of T.09
Feet; Thence North 29 Degrees
23'39" West. A, Distance Of,
13.00 Feet To.A Point On A
Curve, Concave Northwest-
erly, Having A Radius Of
9,930.25 FeetA Chord Bearing'
And Distance Of North 60
Degrees 36'09" East, 1.09 Feet
Thence Northeasterly, Along
Jhe Arc Of Said Curve, Through
A Cenrald' Angle Of 00 Degr.tee%
00 23' Ar. Aic Lengir. CA I 09
Feel, Tarni-.-e I+-sdnn0 Dearee

Feet To The Said Westerly
Existing Right Of Way Une Of
CSX Railroad; Thence South 38
Degrees 49'32" East, Along
Said Westerly Existing Right Of
Way Une, A Distance Of 13.18
FeetTo The Point Of Beginning.
Containing 152 Square Feet,
More Or Less.,
Being Part Of Tax Parcel No.
33-3N-27-0000-0001-0000
A pettition in eminent
domain has been filed to
acquire certain property Inter-
ests In Nassau County, Floriodda.
Each defendant Is required
to serve written defenses to
the petition on petitioner's
attorney, whose name and
address are shown below, oan
or before October 25. 2013,-.
and to tile the original of the
defenses with the clerk of this
court either before service on'
petlhti3ers aiToomeP' or irTinn-
olately Inereafher t-.owing
,'hat nghl. rtile inferesi or lien
aetepaar. n hos in or io the
o*.r-p-irT d ec6nbea ,In crie p,n.
liar. andIa lo noA.' cause nf
rhol property nouia rr,.:.r ti
faken tot the useS ora pur-
Wt', Se6 iolr, lr, -,e petitiorn
If ar., aoefervlar. la 1 0 Id ao "o
a delault wiil l. ,; nlcir-.-.
against that defendant for the,
relief demanded In the peti-
tion.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a'
declaration of taking *has
been filed in this cause and
that petitioner wll apply for an
order of taking and any other
order the court deems proper
before the Honorable Brian J.
Davls, one of the Judges of
this Court, on January 7, 2014
atfT:OOa~m.,(I hour reserved)
In Chambers .at the Nassau
'Couhty HistorIc Courthouse,
.416 Centre Street, Fernandina
Beach, Florida. All defendants
0o tni' %su.l .T~,' r,/quea'r a near
ir.g at thAe lime and pacet a.?i
Igriated ana be i-ea rd Ihei
time ana place dlegIgnaceq
arid bo heard Ar.,'defendart
Idaling 1o ile a req'.edt for i-.r-
ing shall waive any right to
abject'tb the Order of Taking,'
WITNESS MY HAND AND
SEAL of this Court oh the 25th.
.day of September, 2013.
/S/ JOHN CRAWFORD. ,
CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
By /Sl Megan Sawyer "
Deputy Clerk ... ,
Susan M. Henderson. Esq.
Florida Department of
Transportation
1109 S. Marion Avenue,.
MS 2009
Lake City Florida 32025-5874
Telephlone; 386r/58-3731
Susan.
henderson@dot.state.fi.us
2t 09-25 & 10-2-2013
1788

NOTICE OF RESOLUTION
'A RESOLUTION OF NASSAU
COUNTY FLORIDA REQUESTING
THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION TO DESIG-


NATE STATE HIGHWAY AlA ON
AMELIA ISLAND FROM THE
DUVAL COUNTY LINE TO
THOMAS J, SHAVE BRIDGES A,
FLORIDA SCENIC HIGHWAY
PURSUANT TO SECTION
335,093, FLORIDA STATUTES;
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that onTuesday, the I st dayof
October 2013, at 7:00 p.m., the
Planning and Zoning Board of'
Nassau County will hold a
public hearing, at the
Commission Chambers, James
S. Page Governmental
Complex, 96135 Nassau Place,
Yulee, Florida 32097; to con-
sider a Resolution requesting
the Florida Department of
Transportation to designate


'State Road AlA on Amelia
Island from the Thomas J.
'Shave Bridge in the north to
the Duval County line In the
south as an' official state
Scenic Highway. Also be it
known that on Monday, the
28th day of October 2013, at
7:00 p.m., the Board of County
Commissioners of Nassau
County will hold a public hear-
ing on the said Resolution at ,
the Commission Chambers,
JamesS. Page Complex loca-
tion concerning the following
described property in Nassau
County
All interested parties are
invited to attend the public
hearing and to be heard. '
Copies 9f the Resolution and
supporting information are
available for inspection in the
office of the Nassau County
Growth Management Depart-
meint, 96161 Nassau Place,
Yuiee, FL 32097. Comments
-may also be directed In writing
to. the Growth Management
Department, emaled to ogre-
gory@nassaucountyfl.com, or
received by-telephone at
S(904) 491:7328. All comments
will become'a part of the
gro.':;[1 .1 ir ., rr, "m in:r
t P~r,,.:,r: ;.,l', ,JI.aeii"III'
re,^,jirirg 3:,:: :,IT T.:.J3ftcr : ir,

1 .0-.71 A r. p31 .. ,a I -..pr,
hiui .24 .:,J i: ,-. )d. a r..:e I:
request such accommodd- +
tion. -
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE
PRESENT AND BE HEARD, IF A
PERSONDECIDES TO APPEAL
ANY-DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD; AGENCY OR'COM-
MISSION WITH'RESPECTTO ANY
MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH
MEETING OR HEARING, HEWILL.
NEED A RECORD 'TO ENSURE
THAT AVERBATIM.RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,
WHICH RECORD INCLUDESTHE
TESTIMONY -AND EVIDENCE
UPON WHICH THE APPEAL 3IS
TO BE BASED, .
S. The Board of County Com-
r missioners may continue hear- '
ings on this matter.
Chairman Ford
NassauCounty' '
Planning & Zoning Board
Nassau County, Flrida
All persons interested are noti-
tied to b-' pr-:e-r, nd .-tIe,
will be h-ara 1 3 r1l' ruJI:.i,:
hearing b Ir lir- e.ara .:.i
County :,:.:.ri.:.,-rr. r; a.,
herein above stated. ; :
'John CraWford-' ,- "
CCierk of t-.e C;r.:u;i Coirt'
IH. auCor.nr,'t cir.a "
S 1l 09-:2.-2013 I'.
-1789, ,

THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT. :
(DISTRICT) 'GIVES NOTICE OF .
S RECEIPT OF THE
.FOLLOWINQ'PERMIT'
APPLICATIONSS:
Standard Generdal and Stand-
ard ERP Permnit Applications
Michael and Leigh Kohler, ,
7590 Susan Lane, Mound, MN ,
55364 application # 40-089-
S,135536-1. The project Is locat-
ed in Nassau County Section: .
43, Township: 3 North,- Range:
28 East. and includes 0.049
acres. The Environmental
Rektource Permit: application
is for the construction ofa sur-
"a,:ie >, e -* o:ln- riTa ercr.i :.,.:.
-eT, to ;er,-. a a.,elorM r.l r
known' ao: vr-.ie, il.oiano:
Retaining .:i & &EDoc''
The flce(,) cc.ni.r.ir.g ir-.
pernit ap.PcO: .,C:, ',I a .'i.
*C.1 li ,rr.p'P CziOir.l1o0 dOa
11.*lhrc.uj~gi .Tridn<:.nc'njly loi i'
i. :P; imougn -[-: 1 3 0'- 1 :,'r
p.m. pM. 1 l-,i D..rI, icl
Headquarters, 4049' Reid St.,
.Ralatkca, FL 32177-2529. You
may also view, fies atone of
the District's Service Centers,
but you should call Service
Center staff in advance to
make sure that the tiles are at
a specific Service Center.
Service Center contact Infor-
m action is available o.nline at
florlddswater.com/contac-
tus/offices.html. Additionally,
most permit application file
documents can be viewed
online at. floridaswater.com/
permltting/index.htmil Toc
obtain information on how to' "
find and view permit applica- .
tion.file documents, go to the
HELP tab in E-Permltting and
cickon Support and FAQs and
then follow the directions pro-
vided under "How to find a
Technical Staff Report (TSR) or
other application file'docu-
merits." .' '
The decision on Standard
General and Standard permit
applications will be made at
tnie C.:.:hci iCr...: 'Center
\h r. -sr i- .ii ., .ori is
processed, unless the appli-
cation:is upgraded to an
Individual permit as explained
below.A substantial objection
1tc is Star.-.,'o General or,
nlor.i.asqpei.Tni application.,
Must be made in writing and ,
Sailed with ,(received by) the '
Director Bureau of Regulatory
Support, 2O. Box 1429, Palatka, .
FL 32178-1429. or by e-mail at
-pplicdtionsupp6rt@sjr-
wrrd corn .'l;nir. 14 *a~. of
rn. i.,fat.i.n it .e arppir..:llor,
Pleare incl.,Jre ,l~rl', ri,-c
Permit Appllcation number or
the Project Name in the objec-
Sion Notfication of the appli-
cation Is either the fifth day
after the date on which the
writtenn notice Is deposited In
the US. mall.(for, those persons ,
who receive actual notice by
U;S. mall), the day the notice is
emotled (for those persons
who receive actual notice by
email), or the date the notice'
'is published in'the newspaper
(If actual notice is not provid-
ed by U.S. mall or'email). A
"substantial objection" means
a written statement directed
to the District that Identifies
the objector, concerns hydro-
logic or environmental
Impacts of the proposed
activity, and relates to appli-
cable, rule criteria. A timely
substantid objection wil cause
the Standard General or
Standard permit application
to be considered an applica-
tion for an Individualpermit. If
the District receives a timely
substantid objection from you
then you will receive written
notice of the District's Intend-
ed decision on the permit
application.
Please note that decisions


on indlvlduad permit applica-
tions will be made either by
Sthe District's Executive Director
or desigrnee (for those appli-
cations which are recom-
mended for approval) or by
the District's Governing Board '
(for those applications which
are recommended for deniac).
For Individual permit applica-
tions, you are advised to noti-
fy the District within 14 days of
i notification of the applica-
tion(s) If you have questions,
objections, comments, or Infor-
mation regarding the activity
proposed In the permit appll-.
cation, If you make a written
request to the District for addi-
tional Information regarding a
specific permit application,
you will be provided an oppor-
tunity to Wbtaln the ovdiable
information.'Please note that
filing a written objection does


not entitle you to a Chapter
120, Florida Statutes, dmilnis-
trafive hearing.
Notice of Intended (pro-
posed) District Decision will .be
provided to persons who have
requested Individual notice. A
request fo r Individual notice ,.
of intended (proposed) District -
Decision on the application i.
must be received by the :
District's/Director, Bureau of .
Regulatory Support prior to the .
date the notice of intended' .
(proposed) District Decision is
generated.
Margaret Daniels,
Bureau Chief -
Bureau of .Regulatory Support
St. Johns River-Water .
Management District
4049'Reid Street
Palatka, FL 32177-2529 .
(386) 329-4570
1t 09-25-2013
1792 - ----

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
An Auction will be held at .- .
Advanced Towing & Recovery .
at 8:00 AM on September '
20th, 2013for a2001 Chevrolet "'
SlIverado 4x4 '
VIN: 1GCEK14W1'12107673 ,
2t 09-18-25-2013
.1776 '

THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER;
.MANAGEMENT DISTRICT (DIS- -
TRICT) : .
GIVES NOTICE OF RECEIPT
OF THE FOLLOWING. ;
PERMIT APPLICATIONSS: "
Standard General and Stand-. "
ard ERP Permit Applications' ', .'
Concert Amelia ILC, 1 Coastal' '
Oak,'Newport 'Coast CA '
92657, application # 40-089-' .-
19755-32.. -'-
The project Is located.in -
Nassau County, Sections: 11;' '
15 and T8, Townrhip: 2 North,'
Range: 28 East; Sections: TO,
11, 12, 13and 15, Township; 2 -
South, Range: 28 .East, and-";" .'
includes'" 113.0 acres. The
Ernvironmental Resource Permit t"'
application Is for the con.
struction of a surface water -
management system to serve .
'a development kiiown'as *
Summer Beach-Dralnage
System Modifications;,,The'-" ,'
receiving waterbody isAmelia
River. ,
T. Theile(s)' containing the ; "
permit applications) are aval- Z
able for inspection Monday -
through Friday, except for ,
C,-iri. ri.-.i.i i a.,; i s I1 i. 5 5r
p.m.at-r.e L'.ii.i : Hea. "
quarters,.4049ReldSt., Pali.i. :-
FL 3_ 1" ..2?2' "ou .a al: "
,,i c.=. : o: 3 a .si c tin, D.Dlr'.:i '
,.'E-r '. -. C nrT.ri. r/ul ,"., "
i,,illJ 'a ;-'1i c ,:er'i lrian .- "
ino3.,ri.:to1na1 e::u'.lhal 2
the files .are at.'a specific. : '
'Service Center.Service Center 2
contact Information is avail-'
able online at floridaswater.
com/contactus/offices.html.
Additionally, most permit alppli-
cation file docurr'nts.can be.
-viewed online at, fioridaswa- 6
ter.com/perrmiftting/index.html.
To obtain information on how
to find and view permit appli-'
cation tile documents, go to -
the HELP .tab In E-Permitting.'_ '
ar,: ,:tr.t .: n 3ip,'jt ar.d F"SB. '"*- "
ar,.3 r,er. h l:'.. .nr- 'tcrc.r,: .. ,
provided underCHow to find d -
Technical Staff Report (TSR) or ..
other application tiledocu-".', ..
ments." .. '-
SThe decision on Standard "
*-ner.er.i . ."1 r.ddra permnIt
3F.pl..:lc.aior.: . i1 be ma c 1 ,
Tric 'il.;ricl ; c-r..- Cnler
.r,,re rIhc '*:P|..,:aror. r. *,
prrce.".!da ur.i-;t ir.i-c ppii-
Sqaiiror'. ulgrai)de.4t., or,
l. i 'dualF 'snioi : .L''..fci~ii--
t-c1o0 H :ut.1arirlioI j-.J.cncI "11
to a Standard General or -
Standard permit application
must be made in writing'and ,
filed fith (received by) the
Director. Bureau of Regulatory -
Siupport;, 0. Box 1429. Palatka,
FL 32178-1429, or by e-mail at '
applicationsupport@sjr- "
wmd.comn, within 14 days of-"
notification of the applications ".
SPlease include either the
Permit Applicationjnumber or ',
the Project Name In the objeo-,
tion. Notification of the appli-
cation is either, the fifth day.
after the date on which the ":'
written notice is deposited in .-
the U.S. mail (for those persons
who receive actual notice by ,
U.S. mdii), the *day the notice is :
emailed'(for those persons
who receive actual notice by
email), or the date lhe notice -
'is published in the newspaper.:
(if actual notice is not provid-
ed by U.S. mall or. email). A .-
"substantiardobjection meaos .
a written statement directed -
to the District that identifies
the objector, concerns hydro-
logic or environmental
impacts of the proposed
activity and relates to appli-
cable rule criteria. A timely
substantial objection will cause
the Standard General or.-
Standard permit application "
to be considered an applica-
.tion for an Individual permit. If.
the District.receives a'timely
substantial objection fromyou,
then you will recelve.written.
notice of the District's intend-.. .
ed decision' on the permit-
applicatioi., ,
Please note that decisions
oh Individual permit applica- "
tions will be made either by "
the District's Executive Director :.
or designee (for those appli-
cations which are recom-
mended for approval) or by ';
-tihe District's Governing Board ".
(for those applications which ",
are recommended for denial). : "
For Individuql permit applica- ,
tions, you are advised to nboti- i
ty the District withlir 14 days of'
notification of the applica-
tion(s) if you have questiprns, ;
objections, comments, or in:
formation regarding the activ-
ity proposed in the permit'
application. If you make a writ-
ten request'to the District for .
additional Information regard-::
Ing a specific permit applica- ,
tion. you will be provided an *;
opportunity to obtain the -,
avalable information. Please "*
note that fling a written dbjec- -.."
tion does not entitle you to ,a -.
Chapter 120, Florida Statutes, .
administrative hearing. .
.Notice of intended (pro- ^
posed) District Decision will be
provided to persons who have .'
requested indMdud notice.A'
request for individual notice
of intended (proposed) District .


Decision-on the application
must be received by the .
District's Director, Bureau of
Regulatory Support prior to the
date the notice of Intended
(proposed) District Decision is
generated. '
Margaret Daniels,
Bureau Chief '.
Bureau of Regulatory Support
St. Johns River Water ,
Management District ,
4049 Reid Street
Palatka. FL 32177-2529,
(386) 329-4570
It 09-25-201 3
1793

LEGAL ADVERTISING
DEADLINE IS NOON'
ON FRIDAY. CALL261-3696.

The Post Office Box address
for the NeWs-Leader has
changed from P.O. Box 766 to
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CLASSIC IED


11iB
NEWS-LEADER
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25,2013


To Place An Ad, Call (904) 261-3696. The Classified Ad Deadline for Wednesdays is 5:00 p.m. Monday and for Fridays is 5:00 p.m. Wednesday

100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 204 Work Wanted 403 FInandal-HomE/Property 606 PhotoEqulpm &Sae 619 Busss Equipment & Sales 619 00 REAL ESTATE 813 Irvescnrrt P,-oer 5 Condos-Unfurnisned
101 Card of Tn1nks 205 Live-In Help 404 Money To Loan 607 Antlquas-CoiiectOales 620 Coal-Wood-Fuel 80] Wanted to Buy or Rent 814 West Nrassau Count 59 Homrnes-Furnished
102 Lost & Found 206 Child Care 50 FARM & ANIMAL 608 Produce 621 Garden/Lawnr Equipment 802 Mlobile Homes 815 Kingsland.!S. rMar, d860 Homes-Unfurnslhed
103 In Mlemoram 207 Business Opportunity 501 Equipment 609 Appliances 622 Plants/Seeds/Fertillizer 803 Mobile Home LOtS 816 Camnoen Couri, t''81 ,,".acaiton Rentals
104 Personals 300 EDUCATION 502 Livestock & Supplies 610 AirCondilltioners/Heaiers 623 Swap/Trade 804 Amelia Island Homes 817 Otrer Areas a?2 Bed 8,& Breakfast
105 PublIc notice 301 Schools & Instruction 503 Pets/Supplies 611 Home Furnshipnq 624-1 Wanted to Bu/ 805 Beaches 850 RENTALS 3b Orf, t-,eRt,
106 Happy Card 302 Die/Exercise 504 Services 612 Muscial Instruments 625 Free items 806 WaterfronT 8-1 Roommate Wanted oiTmer.:al'Reail
107 Special Occasion 303 Hobbies/Crafts 600 MERCHANDISE 613 Televisuion-Radlo-Stereo 700 RECREATION 807 Condomirimus 852 Mobile Home. ,-- are-ouse
108 Gift Snor.s 305 Tutoring 601 Garage Sales 614 ]ewelry/Watcnes C701 Boats & Trailers 808 OFf Island/Yulee 853 rMloOile Home L..-: 901 TRANSPORTATION
200 EMPLOYMENT 306 Lessons/Classes 602 Arricles f6r Sale 615 Building Materials "02 Boat Supplies/Dockage 809 Los 8654 Room 01i TrO.-:,sbile
201 Help Wanted 400 FINANCIAL 603 Miscellaneous 616 Storage, WareniouSeS 703 Sportl Equipment Sales 810 Farms & Acreage 855 Apartmrnent:-Furni-'h-d "l -,,
202 Sales-Bus-nefs 401 Mortgage Bouqht/SId 604 bicycles 617 Mapnhinsrv-To.ls-Equp. 704 Recreation Vehcles 811 Commercial/Reta;l 856 Apartrrimenis-.Li,,rurr, ,,J i.,itorcyces
203 Hotel/Restaurant 402 StocKs & Bonds 605 Computers-Supplies 618 Auctons 705 Computer & Supplies 612 Property Exchange 857 Condos-Furnmired '5 ,.,;,T,,,mercial

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102 Lost & Found |
If You Have Lost Your Pet please
check the Nassau humanee Society
facility located at 671 Airport Rd. next
to the airport (904)321-1647 & the
Nassau County Animal Shelter, 86078
License Rd. in Yulee next to the drivers
license building (904)491-7440.


| 14 Personals |
BACHELOR NEW IN TOWN wants
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someone who is healthy, health cons-
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105 Publi Notice

ALL REAL ESTATE Advertised
Herein Is subject to the Federal
Fair Housing Act, which makes It
Illegal to advertise any prefer-
ence, limitation, ofr discrimination
based on race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or
national origin, or the Intention to
-make any such preference,
-limitation or discrimination.
The News-Leader will not
knowingly accept any advertising
for real estate which Is In violation
of the law.. All persons are hereby
Informed that all dwellings
advertised, are available on an
equal opportunity basis.
if you oeiee that /ou may.have
-een discriminated against in,
connection'with, the sale, rental or
financing of housing, call the
United States Department of
Housing andlUrban Development
HUD 1(800)669-9777, or for
the hearing Impaired 1(800)927-
9275.





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Sale starting 9/.7/13 through
10/11/13".- 474384 E State Road 200,
near Joe's Produce In Deerwalk. Robin
(904)226-2237..




|~i01 ^fyiepWa nted ~-}
EXPERIENCED CARPENTERS AND
FRAMERS NEEDED. Please 'call
betWeen 8am-Spm.. (904)206-1287

INSTALL HELPER NEEDED FT
w/beneflts. Pay based on exp. Must
have HS diploma or GED. Must have
valid FL drivers lic. Heavy lifting
required. Must be able to learn quickly
Sand follow instructions. Drug Free
workplace. Apply-in person, Mooney's
Custom Wdwk, 1854 S 8th St.

Earn $$$ Helping MDsl Process
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ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER
Nassau County has an opening for an
Animal Control Officer with Animal
Care and Control at $12.89 hourly plus
benefits. Requires a high school
diploma or GED and ope year of exp-
erience In the area of animal control
and/or public health. Must possess a
valid driver's license, Florida Animal
SControl Officer and euthanasia certifi-
cations. Applications will be accepted
thru'OCTOBER 4, 2013 and can be
obtained In the Human Resources
department located at 96135 Nassau
Place, Suite S, Yulee, FL 32097. Phone
(904)491-7332; Fax (904)321-5797 or
online at www.nassaucountyfl.com.'
EOE/M/F/D/V Drug Free Workplace.

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CDL training. Job ready In 15 days
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RESIDENTIAL ASSISTANT 24
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CRST Offers The' Best Lease Purch-
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TRIM CARPENTER WANTED Hand
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EXPERIENCED OTR FLATBED DRIV-
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DRIVERS $5,000 Sign-On,' Bonusl
Great Payl Consistent Freight, Great
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Owner retiring. Includes, equipment,
real estate, and loyal customer base.
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MOVING SALE Everything must go.
Patio furniture, electric wheelchair plus
accessories, outside bar, BR, LR, dining
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ASSISTANT
GIS LAND RECORDS s
TECH ,
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S 601 Garage Sales


RATTAN DINING table 4 chairs, desk,
light fixtures, fans, small kitchen
apple's, 7x11 rug, lamps, wedding dress
6, crib, short suit m/],, Sony DVD,
Kenwood stereo, pots, dishes. Cats
Angels Thrift Store, S 8th St. Wed
9/25, 11am

7AM, FRI. & SAT. 2041 Marsh Dr.
Tools, oak pcs., antique and collectible
glass, grandfather clock and wall, lots
of misc. Off Leon and Highland Dr.
Tel. 491-8002. If rain, in garage.

HUGE MOVING SALE Handyman's
dream tools, etc. Kid's toys & junior's
clothes. Household misc., some free
items. Everything must go. Sat. 9/28,
9am-5p'ti. 431 Pine Trail, Fernandlna,
off Clinch Dr. '

PALMETTO WALK 3RD ANNUAL
COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE ,
Saturday, October 5th, 8am Noon.
Spaces avallablel
Contact Lynn, (904)206-3001

BENEFIT YARD SALE FOR.
TONY COLUCCI. ..
at Southslde Elementary School
SSat. 9/28, 8am-lpm
Lots of great deals


LARGE 2-FAMILY GARAGE SALE -
Fri. & Sat., 8am-6pm, rain or shine.
Designer clothes," formal wear, shoes,
piano, furniture, home ddcor and mprel
First come First served, 282162 Lake
Hampton Rd., Hilliard.


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601 Garage Sales.
MULTI FAMILY Sat. 9/28, 8am-
12pm. 85182 Lil William 'Rd.,
Nassauville. Baby clothes,; toys,
strollers, car seat, adult clothes, misc.
stuff. Too much to name. ,

1602 Articles for Sale.
FOR SALE 6' x 5' Glass Curio Cabinet.
- inside lighting, $75. Entertainment
Cabinet w/3 doors 4'W x 4'L currently,
holding 32" Sylvania TV w/DVD played '
& VHS, TV comes w/cabinet, in good,
working condition, $75. (904)607-9137.

609 Appliances
SAMSUNG digital refrigerator, bot-'
tom freezer, black; & matching 5 burn-'
er glasstop stove w/convection oven..
$3700 new,- $1850/OBO. 583-2269

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601 Garage Sales

ESTATE SALE Fantastic Sale. Twin
sofas, sofa table, server, ant. wicker
table, full size bed, queen mattress
box springs, 113 cookbooks, cooking
Items, flatware, cloisonne, many
Chinese items, CAP vase, Ching
Dynasty, art work "Blue Movement"
by .Usry, "Linear Percussion" by Usry,
silk screen divider, lamps, glass and
metal shelves, chests, linens,
oriental stack tables, file cabinets,
book cases, computer desk,
computer, entry table, floor lamps,
lamp tables, coffee table, teak wood
umbrella table, oriental Porcelain
seats,, elephant, water, dryer.
kitchen Items; large planters, wicker
chairs, garden items, tools, large
storage uhlts, folding screen, ant.
railroad dollie,' garage full. This is'a
one of a kind sale. Many items not
listed, everything quality. All priced
to sell. 75195 Edwards Road. The
road Is off 200 AIA West, one mile
west of 195, If coming from
Femrnandlna go past 195 one mile
(like going to Callahan) Edwards
Road will be on left. If coming from
St. Marys/Brunswick, take exit 200
AlA West. Sept 26, 27, 28, Thurs,
Fri, Sat, 8-3. Follow the red and
white signs. Call If can't find
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Available 10/1/10.
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stairs condo. Gated community with
pool. '1,100 sq.ft. $850/mo.,Available
10/1/13.
FIRST AVENUE'- 3BR/2.5BA town-
home closelto beach. 1,700 sq.ft. 2 car
garage. $1\275/mno. Available 10/15/13
PARK AVENUE 3BR/2.5BA town-
home in Amelia Park. 1,600 sq.ft. 2-
car garage. $1,450/mo. Available now.
*HIBISCUS COURT: 3BR/ 2.5 BA.
Condo at Amelia Green. 1,800 ft.
Screened patio. 1-car garage.
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LONG TERM RENTALS
*2BR/IBA mobile home, on island,
$800/mb + utilities.
* 38R/2BA home on Lofton Creek
2,600 sq.ft., Dock, garage/workshop,
Large lot, gourmet kitchen, many other
bonus's $1,950/mo. Plus utilities.
VACATION RENTAL
* AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY
2BPRI BA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher.
Across the street from the beach. All
util,wi-fi,TV & phone.
* 3BR/3BA townhome in Sandpiper Loop
$1850/wk plus taxes&cleaning fee.
* 1801 S. Fletcher 2BR/IBA furnished
.Beach Cottage, monthly rental great
for extended vacations, winter rental,
or longer. Public beach access close,
call office to inspect now vacant.
COMMERCIAL
*Five Points Village, 1,200 sq. ft. AIA/S.
8th St. exposure Great for retail,
services, or office$ 1200/mo.+ sales tax.
S850688 US HWY 17, 1,210 sq.ft. build-
ing with 3.8 acres of fenced property,
formerly a Nursery with some outbuild-
ing 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. $1 050/mo.
+ sales tax.
* 1839 S. 8th St. adjacent to Huddle
House, 1,800 sq.ft. $1700/mo. lease +
tax. Sale also considered.
904.261.4066.


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It's unbelievable land at an
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UNRESTRICTED ACREAGE on
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starting at $78,000. Heavily wooded,
minutes from 4 State Parks &.TN River.
Call (877)282-4409. ANF
BLUE .RIDGE MOUNTAIN Land
Liquidation 1.37 acres, national forest
access, only $9,800. Was $74,900.
hardwood setting, breathtaking mount-
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MATURE FEMALE To Share House -
In Holly Point, Nassauvllle. Cable TV.
and everything furnished. Non-smoker.
$300/mo. (904)310-9661


APT. FOR RENT 2BR/1.5BA, new
A/C, refrig., carpet, W/D hookup. $825.
1 yr. lease ,w/one month deposit.
(973)903-1181

POST OAK APTS (904)277-7817
Affordable living located at 996 I
Citrona Dr. Fernandina Beach, FL.
Rent starts at $597 per month.
Central a/c. -.2 bedroom apts avail.
Immediately.- TDD Hearing Impalred
number #711"This institution is an
equal opportunity provider and emp-
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YULEE 2 BEDROOM $950/mo.
Waterfront with boat ramp. Electric
Included. Avilable 10/1. (904)813-
1885. .



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Long Term Rentals Available ,
Amelia Island Plantation Club Villas
and more., 2BR/2BA. Furnished.
Starting at .$1400/mo. & up


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Includes utilities, Internet, common.
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LU OS A LIGHtHtOIUUIE LIKUL.i
Awesome view of Egan's Creek& Fort Clinch
St Park. Single family estate lot adjacent to
historic landmark Amelia Island Lighthouse.
370+/- ft on Navigable side of Egan's Creek
and is one of the highest elevations on the east,
coast. .
$995,000 MLSI 37069 ,


84016 ST. PAUL BLVD
in Lofton Oaks on large corner lot with fend
in back yard. iThere is additional parking in the
back yard with parking pad and gated access to
rear yard. Master bedroom lias oversized walk-
in shower and a large walk-in closet.
$137,500 MLS#59700


5.010 / KUUiV1LS0- XU~L& 1
Cottage Estate-Sale Brick home 2BR/2BA '
lose to the Beach and Downtown, 400 sq.il:
Garage, 1200 sq.ft. Heated/Cooled.'. '

$214,500 MLS#60058


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 for either investment or to build.


$525,000 MLS#56671


85500 AVANT ROAD CUSTOMIZED 3BR/2BA
Trnly unique hoote build over Lotion Creek. split bedroom. Custom tislt-in shelving. granite coOn-
At high tide you can fish from dithe front or tera'tops. Oarag is heated & cooled, lated oa thc
sastl, end of Amslia Istand., home in olfside Snith
back porchi. There is also a privale boat a .ef Aempiominrp golfct einar. "
'ramnp...Fisherman's deligit! a a


$220.000 MLS#59259


RACIIAEL AVENUE 75'x 100' lot $130,00
SCOONER LANDING is centrally located on the Island, close to
the beach, and shopping, this is for lot 20 & 21 together, 85'x100'.
$95,000 MLS#55195
2.66 ACRE LOT in Nassauville, iundeveloped and ready to build.
Deeded Access to Rainbow Acres Boat Ramp and short distance
f'roin new county boat ramp. $149,000 MLS #57615
'PIRATES POINT ROAD in Pirates Woods, .82 acre lot, comnmu-
nity has pool, clubhouse, beat ramnp and dock $69,000.MLSI#58629


WELL BUILT ADA A('CESSIBLE BUILDING on a 3.8 acre
lot located ont highway 17 just south of AIA. Connmercial
tIntensive Zoning allows operation of most businesses. Listing is
for building and land only, some of thie equipment and inventory
may be purchased. Owners will also consider a long tenu lease
for building antd land. $375,000 MLS#58403
YULEE MINI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity to grow your
own self storage facility and/or add new retail/office. 570' on
U.S. 17, total 3.5 acres+/-. Warehouse on approx. 2 acres.
$1,575,000


$469,900 MLSO59070


I.'I1 3. "LI" I- E1LK I Lt J II 'L
NiMe 3BR/2BA Ocean View home, observa-
tion,deck,.wet bar, central atrium, and beach
Access across -the street make this a home for
entertaining! Stucco exterior, side entry
garage, and unopened street on south side of
lotf are other features of this home.
$595,000 MLS#60398







2801' ELIZABETH ST.
Great Ocean View Duplex, 3BR/2BA
Upstairs & has open concept with the kitchen,
dining and living room all, together.
2BR/lBA downstairs. Long term rental only.
Popular north end location.
$350,000 MLSi,60542


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850688 US Hwy 17
Well-built ADA accelsitIc building on a 3.8 ara llot
Commnuermial IateisiveZoning Allows operation of
most busi;ensess. Listing is for building and land
ouly, sonm of the equipment and inventory may be
purihased.
S $375,000 MLS#58403


AWESOME VIEW of Egan's Creek & Ft. Cinch State'Park, sin-
gle family estate lot adjacent to historic landmark Amelia Island
Lighthouse. 370+/- ft. on navigable Egans Creek. One of the high-
est elevations on the east coast. Possible oceanview and/or view of
downtown Fernandina Beach. Tree/top/boundary survey on file
$995,000 MLS#37069
Ocean front 75 Ift lot $525,000 MVLS 56671
DESIRABLE 1 ACRE Lot on die South End of the Island,
Beautiful trees and Estate sized lot make this a difficult to find prop-
erty on Amelia, $250,000 for ithe Acre, or the corner 1/2 acre for
$139.00() snd the inside 1/2 for $124,900.


PRIME FRONTAGE ALONG US 17 just north ofAlA,.
High developeinent area in tie heart of Ytilec. $295,000. '
Owner Financing Possible. Plats for an l.11000s.t
Professional Office Buildling on file.
64ACRES along Amelia Island Parkway for an
Master Planned Development tI


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FOR SALE BY OWNER Home located
on Fletcher Avenue. Full view and
across the street to the Atlantic Ocean.
1207 South Fletcher Avemue. Two Lots.
$490,000. To see house please contact
GTeal12012(alimall.com / (904) 421-
1362

806 Waterfront
OCEANFRONT LOT in Jacksonville
Beach. Zohed & ready to build on.
Reduced to $589,900. (904)868-2150'
Broker/Owner
Waterfront Homes & Lots, Call
(904,) 261-4066 for information. C.H.
Lasserre, Realtor.

808 Off Island/Yule
FANTASTIC TOWNHOME Stoney
Creek. Never rented, 3BR/2.5BA.
Located 'close to shopping and the
Island. $1150/mo. Call The Real Estate
Centre, Inc. (904)206-1370

813 Investment Property
GOOD INVESTMENT PROPERTY -
1/1 house on half acre In Yulee. 85026
Durrance Ave. Great renter at
residence. Asking $33,000. Call Justi6
(904)753-1517:

S 817 Other Areas


S 852 Mobile Homes I
AFFORDABLE LIVING Bring your
RV to live on a campground for $425/
mo. All utilities included. Ask about
senior citizen special. (904)225-5577.
3BR MH IN YULEE $800/mo. +
$500 deposit, plus $150 deposit on
electric. Service animals only. Call
(904)225-5419.
3BR/1.5BA Needs some work. Will
negotiate. 152897 CR 108, Yulee. Call
(904)583-6672.
ON ISLAND 2/1 & 2/2 SWMH in park
starting $165 wk/$675 mo + dep. Utils
avail. Also efflc. & 1BR apts at beach
starting $145 wk/$575 mo. 261-5034
YULEE Nice 2BR SW $600-$650/mo.
3BR $775/mo.- Also, rent to own
available. Water inc. Service animals
only. Call (904)501-5999.
RV RENTALS. AVAILABLE in a
campground. Weekly or nionthly. All
utilities & WIFI included. (904)225-
5577.

S 854 Rooms
MASTER BEDROOM across street
from beach, S. Fletcher Ave. Private
entrance. (904)583-2456

855 Apartments
Furnished
AT BEACH All utils fum. Sm effic
$145/wk, $575/mo. Lg ,1BR $225/ wk,
$895/mo. + deposits. Long term. Also
other rentals avail. Call 261-5034.

856 Apartments
S Unfurnished

705 WHITE ST. Apt. #1. 3BR/1BA,
gorgeous views of the. Amelia River,
CH&A, W/D, kitchen apple's. Back & side
patios. New carpet. '$1250/mo. +
$1250 sec. dep. Avail 10P/1. 261-3158
LOVELY 1BR APT. Lg, 800sf,
modern & secure, W/D, 1 blk to beach.
$725/mo. Long term. No smoking.
Avail 10/1. 2946 First Ave. 556-6858


857 Condos-Furnishe
OCEAN VIEW 3BR/2BA. Pool, hot
tub, garage, & storage. Long term.
$1700/mo. Ocean Park, Amelia Island.
Call (904)753-0256.

1859 Homes-Furnished
FURNISHED 3BR/2BA LR, eat-in
kitchen, patio, 3 blocks from ocean.
$1200/mo. + $600 sec. dep. Call (229)
392-4969.

860 Homes-Unfurnisbed|
860 .CASHEN DR. Close'to shopping.
A/C's, W/D hookups, refrigerator, small
fenced yard, rear deck, off street
parking. Just $775/mo. includes water.
Pet. negotiable. Please drive by, then
call the number on the sign.
95198 WILDWOOD CIR. 3BR/2BA,
new carpet,'tile & paint, 1/2 acre lot on
quiet street, $1195/mo. (904)491-
8893 or 335-0583.
VERY NICE .- 3BR/2BA house, mid
island, near schools. $1250/mo. Call
(904)556-2573.
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on Long Term Rentals. Updated Dally.,
Chaplin Williams Rentals, The Area's
Premier'Rental Company .
LIKE NEW execotlve home on island.
3BR/2BA, hardwood floors, fireplace,
near beach. $1550/mo. 1st, last &
security required. Call (904)556-2573..
MADDOX RENTALS (904)261-9129
Long Term Rentals Available
Arrlgo Blvd.
,3BR/2BA w/office, unf., $1400/tino.



OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA:
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. La'sserre;
Realtor, for special rates.
VACATION CHALET .- in N. Carolinar
Mountains. River overlook, cozy, well
furnished, majestic Views. 'Peaceful-.
$550 a week. Call (904,)757-5416. :


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