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Governor vetoes funds

for sheriff's building
News -Leader The sheriff deserves better and I'm hop-
A $500,000 pledge in "seed funding" for a new Nassau ing the county moves forward and
County Sheriff's facility was among nearly $400 million in moves him over here next to the jail.
vetoed earmarks slashed from the state's budget by Gov. I I
Rick Scott on Monday. JUDGE ROBERT FOSTER
Funding for the sheriff's facility and a host of other
projects deemed to be "local" projects fell under the gov- Officials have ramped tip calls for a new facility in recent
ernor's axe. "The following is vetoed because funding for months, citing security flaws, electrical and structural fail-
planning and construction of county buildings is the respon- ures and mold, among other issues, at the current complex:
sibility of local government,' Scott's veto said. a 39-year-old building surrounded by aging doublewide
"It's disappointing," said Sheriff Bill Leeper. "... But ulti- trailers.
mately, it was decided that it's a county issue and the coun- "If evidence is destroyed or deteriorates, then you don't
ty needs to address it." have a case and we haven't done our job," Foster said.
Circuit Judge Robert Foster, who along with State- The news, though a letdown, did not surprise county
AttorneyAngela Corey and Public Defender Matt Shirk had commissioners. "We knew it was going to be a long shot"
urged state lawmakers to approve the earmark, expressed but" it's disappointing, after all the meetings and discussions
hope that local lawmakers would not allow the veto to sway and all the positive input we had in Tallahassee," said
SUBMITED them from their commitment to building a new facility. Commission Chair Danny Leeper.
Gov. Rick Scott, left, poses with Sheriff Bill Leeper at Nassau County "The sheriff deserves better and I'm hoping the coun- He said the board, which in April set aside $10 million
Republicans' annual Lincoln Day Dinner Saturday night. More than ty moves forward and moves him over here next to the jail," for the project in a bid to secure the earmark, would look
130 people attended the dinner at the Omni Amelia Island said Foster, who decried conditions atthe current facility
Plantation where Scott was guest speaker. for security and structural flaws. SHERIFF Continued on 3A

flair salon j.WATCH OUT Body

won't pay found

impact fee

after all inside

News Leader
Aftei a public complaint to city com-. 0 1m 1 ,.
missioners, a local hair salon owner
will not have t -pay $7,000 in i ipact
fees to opien a n'ew business 'n South ARRETT PELICAN
14th Street. In fact, she will pay no News Leader
impact fees at all.
City Utilities Dir ector John State and local authorities are inves-
Mandrick initially told Janet Miller, tigating after a body was found inside
who applied to the city in March to a Yulee mobile home following a fire
open Family Style Salon as a tenant in early Sunday. Neighbors reportedly
the Eight Flags Shopping Center, she heard gunshots and explosions around
would have to pay $7,026.36 in utility the same timne; though that could not
impact fees. be confirmed.
"A barber shop or salon ... places a The dead man was identified
high demand on the water and waste- Tuesday by the Nassau County
water system than strictly a retail oper- Sheriff's Office as Ronald Bruce
ation like a gift shop or dollair store," Carden, 64.
Mandrick explained in an email when Investigators sent Carden's
questioned about the fees last week. o remains to the Jacksonville Medical
According to Miller, he also told. sU BMrrTED Examiner's Office for identification.
her she could' not pay the sum by The Nassau County Sheriff's Office will conduct a DUI saturation patrol Friday night from 10 p.m. The cause of death remains uncertain,
installments, but had to come up with to 3 a.m. along AlA/SR 200, US 17 and US 1. The sheriff's office encourages everyone to act "It's still under investigation,"
the entire.amount before she could responsibly and, if you intend to drink, make arrangements to get home safely by using a designat- Sheriff Bill Leeper said Monday
open for business. ed driver or taxi. Also, Click it or Ticket, a national campaign, will be enforced locally through June The sheriff declined to comment on
Governments levy impact fees to 2. Deputies will crack down on those who do not buckle up or use child safetyseats. The fine for a neighbors' accounts of shots being
help offset the impact on infrastruc- seatbelt violation in Nassau County is $101 and $151 for a child seat violation. fired and explosions going off before
re a new business or development flames consumed the home. He Would
creates such as the need for new or not say if a gun had been found.
improved roads, lights, sidewalks, The state Fire Marshal's Office also
schools or increased sewer services, is investigating. "We don't have any-
for example, thing to indicate that his was a suspi-
: However, Miller questioned their cious fire at this point," said Deborah
application in her case because the city .. ....... Jamieson, spokesperson for the state
the South 14th Street site when itwas HEATHER A. PERRY Language Ar'ts instructor "T.J. was hosen by a round of About 1:19 a.m. Sundly, a neigh-
butfitted as a salon in the 1990s. News-Leader Heather Mallett approached Holton" ~pplause by' V studenits and car- bqr called 911 after hearing an explo-
5 Miller took her case to the city com- .at the beginning of the school -yea- ried off. the floor by his peers. It was sion at the mobile home located at
mnission at its meeting May 7, and a Lucie Moore is proud of her about being the school mascot. awesome!" said Mallett, who 85185 Tinya Road in the Wilson Neck
ptory was published in the News-Leader grandson. "He was reluctant at first, but with describes Holton as "hilarious." area.
bn May 15. 'TJ. is a very good all-around boy. the help of his friends and family, he "He is an optimist who keeps oth- The singlewide trailer was engulfed
According to Miller, Deputy City He plays Babe Ruth baseball in went for it." ers positive by his use of laughter. He in flames and the roof had collapsed
Manager Marshall McCrary and Fernandina and he is working out After writing a piece aboutwhy he is a hard worker and very polite. He atop m9st of the structure when fire-
Mandrick met with her May 16 to with Yulee High School junior varsity believed he should be chosen mas- goes out of his way to help anyone fighters arrived, Nassau County Fire
assess the rental site at the Eight l~lags (football) for next year when he will cot and proving his grades were up who needs it. His teachers, family Chief Matt Graves said. They found
Shopping Center. They consequently be at the high school." to par, the day of the big mascot com- and friends can count on him." the body while dousing the last of the
told Miller she would not have to pay In his role as the Yulee Middle petition arrived. Holton won one of the Hornet flames.
any impact fees because a salon was School mascot, Ted Randolph Holton "T.J. was in the running along Pride Awards at the YMS Sports "As soon as we found the body, the
previously located there, she said. Jr., aka Buzz the Hornet, performs at with a few other competitors," recalls Banquet on April 11. fire was pretty much out at that point,
"I think things went exactly as they sporting competitions and various Mallett, "But it wasn't until the dance Getting the crowds pumped up we stopped and waited on the:state
should here," McCrary wrote in an other school events., competition that T.J. won everyone .at the games and "acting wild and fire marshal," said Graves. "We turned
email to Mandrick following the site "The Relay for Life and home- over." crazy" brings great enjoyment to the it over to them before we could com-
visit. "You made yourself available to a coming pep rally really were my Wearing his "Ladies Man"' T-shirt, enthusiastic young mascot, who lists plete the job."
izustomer and allowed her the oppor- favorites," said Holton. Holton did the worm on the gym his hobbies as art and being a come- On scene, neighbors told investi-
tunity to demonstrate some facts and He was chosen for the role floor, said Mallett, causing all of the dian. gators that if the homeowner's truck
because of his good grades and jovial students and faculty to erupt in
SALON Continued on 3A personality. cheei-s. BUZZ Continued on 3A FIRE Continued on 3A

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S2A WEDNESDAY. MAY 22,2013 NEWS News-Leader
feat of completing his 26mile circumnavigation on
ABITUARIEI his stand up paddle board around Amelia Island
OUDI UAIRIL) on his 42nd birthday. He commonly told his
friends that there are 86,00 seconds in each day,
Charles Michael Crosby to Fernandina Beach, where he retired as a Lawrence. His beloved wife of 48 years passed live each one of them to the fullest Many morn-
Purchasing Agent in 1994. away in 1989. In 1993, he married Andera Dickens ings, Lee walked to thebeach for pictures of sun-
Charles Michael Crosby, age 53, of Yulee, Bob was an avid runner, and could often be and they had ajoyful, fulfilling fifteen years togeth- rises and his private time in scripture; which many
passed away on Saturday, May 18, 2013 at his found training through Fort Clinch State Park. He er. He leaves behind to cherish his memory;-, his of his friends received via text as a daily word of
residence. participated in many local 5K's and 10K's and the loving daughters, Mariellan L Kristol (husband encouragement and inspiration.
Borh in Waycross, GA, he was the eldest of two Jacksonville Marathon. Over the course of his Bruce), Jacksonville and Teresa Lannon, Acworth, His wife, Meredith, cherishes their time in
children born to Annette Dyals Crosby Oliver running career, he logged enough miles to cir- Georgia; grandchildren, Suzanne Ingram, Robert daily devotion and prayer together.
and the late Charles Waldo Crosby. As a young cumvent the globe and celebrated this milestone Ray Ingram Jr. and Thomas Ryder Ingram, and Lee is survived by, his wife, Meredith Lewis,
child, his family came to Fernandina Beach but with his family at the 1999 Shrimp Festival run. He numerous other nieces and nephews, relatives Fernandina Beach, FL, his two daughters, Sarah
returned to the Dyals/Todd family farm in Ware also enjoyed traveling to see his children and and friends as well as his precious pet, "Oshimon" Katherine "S.K." Lewis (13), Caroline Quinn Lewis
County for the summers. He was a graduate of grandchildren and was happiest while spending Star Prancer Dancer. (11), their mother, KimberlyLewis,allofLakeCity,
Fernandina Beach High School, Class of 1978. time with his dogs. The family received friends from 5-7 PM FL, his father, Harold Davis Lewis, Sr., Fernandina
During his years in high school, he adopted the Preceded in heaven by his grandson Tighe. Tuesday at the funeral home with the Vigil serv- Beach, FL, his mother, SusanMullis Lewis Kolb,
name of "The Cros" for his baseball talents on the Rooney, Bob leaves behind, his daughters, Melissa ice beginning at 6 PM. The Funeral Mass will be Tallahassee, FL, Meredith's children, Jimi
mound as a pitcher and at first base for the (Frank) Rooney, Fernandina Beach, FL, Gale celebrated at 11:00 A.M. today at St. Michael's Elizabeth Severance and Bobby Severance, both
Fernandina Pirates. After graduation, he enjoyed Runberg, Carmel, IN, and ten grandchildren, Catholic Church with'Father Jose Kallukalam, of Fernandina Beach, Lee's brother and sis-
the lifestyle and culture of living at the beach and Eamon, Declan, Finnbar, Kieran, Seamus, Ellis, officiant. He will be laid to rest with his wife, ter, Harold Davis Lewis, Jr., Orlando, FL and
driving uninhibited on the beach from Nassau Teaghan and Nieve Rooney, Anna and Isa Margie, in Bosque Bello Cemetery. A celebra- Virginia Shaffer, Phoenix, AZ, a nephew, Cole
Sound to the beach access at Sadler Road. Runberg. Bob also had many friends and the fam- tion of life will be held at Sliders Restaurant fol- Shaffer (4), a niece, Amelia Shaffer (6) and a host
Mr. Crosby eventually entered the Commercial ily thanks Billie Parkin for her love and care for, lowing the graveside service, of friends .apd lives that he touched. Lee joins
Construction trade as an entry-level journeyman their Dad. Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors Virginia's husband and the father of Amelia and
Carpenter aqd would later become Superintendent As were his wishes, there will be no public Cole, Rusty Shaffer, in Heaven.
and Foreman for the Haskell Company of services. There will be a celebration of Bob's life Richard am T aMemorial services will be at 10:00 am on
Jacksonville. He oversaw many projects for Sunday, June 23, 1-4 pm at Amelia National jcldlJames L' y Friday, May 24, 2013 at the recently completed,
:: Haskell in Jacksonville and throughout the Country Club. All friends are welcome to attend. Richard (Dick) James Leary, 88, of Fernandina Journey Church, oh Amelia Concourse with Pastor
Southeast for over 20 years. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may Beach, beloved husband, father, and grandfather, Daryl Bellar, officiating.
He was a former member of Five Points Baptist be made to: Nassau Humane Society, 641 Airport passed away May 17, 2013, at Baptist Medical Lee's family will receive friends, at the church,
Church and had attended First Baptist Church and Rd., Fernandina, or Rain Humane Society, PO. Box Center Nassau, with his daughter at his side. following the service.
the First Assembly of God of Fernindina Beach. 587, Callahan. The youngest of three children, he was born The family has requested donationsin lieu of
His children recall many days of anchoring Please share his life story at www.oxley- September 22; 1924 in Haverhill, MA the son of the flowers: Please. donate in Lee Lewis's name to
near the Fort Clinch jetties; whether the fish were late James P and Margaret G. Leary. He proudly The Ultimate Decision, the ministry of Brad
biting or not didn't matter. Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors served in the U.S. Navy for. Henry http://www.theultimatedecision.qom
He leaves behind, his son and his fianc6e, three years during World War home.htmt Many yo yomayhavereceved dev
Michael Crosby and Lauren Koch, Santa Claus, linton ames Kelsall IL. Upon returning to the States, tional pssed on from Lee from this ministry.
IN, his daughter, Ashley Crosby, Fernandina C lntOn lCS ll he worked his way through and These'donationswillhonohispassionofREACH-
Beach, FL, his mother, Annette Crosby Oliver Mr. Clinton James "Clint" Kelsall, age 80, of graduated from Columbia: ING PEOPLE THROUGH CHRIST
(James), Fernandina Beach, FL, his younger sis- Yulee, FL passed away on Friday afternoon, May University in 1948, and was a Please' share his li story at www.oxley
ter, Tammy Stiles, Fernandina Beach, FL, and 17,.2013 at the Veterans Administration Hospital member of the Sigma Chi
three nieces, Kayla, Alissa, and Rebecca. in Gainesville, FL Fraternity. Following gradua- Oxeyeard
Memorial services will be- at 10:00 am, on Born in Attleboro, MA, he tion, Dick joined the General
Thursday, May 23,2013 in the Burgess Chapel of was the eldest of two children Electric Company in Lynn, MA. On his first day .Lt COL HoivD etIftn
Oxley-Heard Funeral Home with Reverend Edwin born to the late Willard John of work, he met the love of his life, Virginia LOuise LL
Shick, officiating. Kelsall and Hazel Clifton Gillis. They were married September 10, 1950, and Lt .Col Hoyt Dee Lofton departed this earth
His family will receive friends on Thursday, at Vickery. Mr. Kelsall lived with spent nearly 63 years together. May 16, 2013. He joined the family of Hoyt L
the funeral home, from 9 am until the hour of his family in Attleboro until During a 38-year career with GE, Dick and Lofton and Pauline Knighton Lofton (both
service. being drafted into the U.S. Ginny lived in Massachusetts, Ohio, and deceased) on July 11,1940. He had two brothers,
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may Army in 1953. Shortly after Pennsylvania. Upon retirement they fulfilled their Steele Scott Gore of St Marys, Ga., and Harvey
be made to the-Amputee Coalition of America, 900 being drafted, he married Irene dream of moving .to Sarasota, FL, where they Bivins Lofton of Green Cove Springs. Dee was
East Hill Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37915. Ida Roy. Mr. Kelsall was sent to Alaska for Basic lived until December 2011. At that time, they relo- born in Camilla, Ga., but lived most of his young
Please share his life story at www.oxley- Training where the newlyweds lived in base hous- cated to Amelia Island to be near their daughter life in Fernandina Beach.He attended all 12years ing. In 1955 he was honorably discharged to and her family., of school here and graduated in 1958.
.Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors return home. In 1964, the Kelsall'smoved to Cape Dick devoted years to compiling an extensive Dee was selected toplay in the annual North-
Cod where they lived until moving to Nassau family genealogy, enjoyed restoring antiques, and South All Star football game and was selected as
County to 'be near family in 2005. had an incredible thirst for knowledge. His mem- Captain of the North squad. He received aschol-
Francis Boll Gibbs Mr. Kelsall had been the Owner and Operator ory for and attention to detail was unparalleled. arship to the University of Florida and after one
Francis Boll Gibbs, 40, of Tallahassee, FL, of CKTrucking before his retirement He being Dick devoted hislife to caring for his family. He year, joined the U.S. Army
passed away at his home on May 17,2013. a mechanic by nature was never unable to fix loved his wife, his children, Kevin and Donna, of Lt. Col. While in the servie he foughttwo
He was born, 26 December 1972, at Jackson- anything that may have needed a major overhaul and his grandson, Jared, completely. tours in Vietnam. He was able to earn a Bachelor's
ville, FL, to Frances May Wentz and George or a minor tune up. He was a master mechanic by Dick was preceded in death by his parents Degree in Construction Engineering and a
Williams Gibbs, III. trade and always had a project on the drawing and his sisters, Irene Reinhalter and Marjorie Master's Degree in BusiessAdministration. After
He was reared at Fernandina Beach, FL, and board or on the workbench. An avid boater; he Barrett. He is 'survived by his wife, Virginia, 27 years with the US. Army he retired and built
graduated from Fernandina Beach High School built and loved his hand-built teak family boats that Amelia Island; son, Kevin, Mohnton, PA; daugh- a home in Neskowin, egon. He and his wife, Jo,
in 1991. He earned both his B.S. and his J.D. brought many hours of pleasure on the waters ter Donna Leary Smith (Randa) and his grandson, also had a winter home in Los Cruces, N.M.,
degrees at the University of Florida, Gainesville, around the Cape. Meticulous to a fault, he was Jared Patrick Smith, Fernandina Beach; and his where he lived until his death.
FL, and was admitted to The Florida Bar in 1999. always tinkering on the family cars, fashioning niece Joan Brown, Long Beach, CA Dee leaves behind his wife, Jo Ogle Lofton, a
Francis' career included practicing law at innovative fixes and always lending his knowl- He will be laid to rest at La Flora Mission. son, Todd of Portland; Ore., and a daughter,1 isa
Fernandina Beach, FL, serving as Legislative edge to others. Even up to his last illness, he Please share his life story at www.oxley- Baceqalupe of Sacramento,.Calif (Gre4), aid two
Counsel for Congressman Ander Crenshaw and always remained up to date and informed of cur- grandsons, Jason and Jeffrey.
as Chief of Staff for Congressman Connie Mack, 'rent world and current politics and events. Oxley-Heard FuneralDirectors Hehas a fewrelatives's living in Fernni
IV, at Washington, DC. It culminated with his A lover ofGod's animals, Mr. Kelsall nurtured and a host of friends and classmates.
service as Chief of Staff for Fidal., ani displyed extreme patience with his .pets I ", AB s. o Dewil e crratg
DepartmentbfTi fisportation atTla st 0m onth, his pet sbird of 25 byears a".cy rya'Lw e i hasiii
Francis was a seasoned traveler frAis iiitdd -passed aivay and his- most recent' pet log Mr. Lee Bryan Lewis, age 43, of Fernandina recognition service alter date in Fernandina.
hood. He was an avid golfer and tennis player "Smokey" was by his side for eighteen years. Beach, FL passed away on Thursday evening, You may reach Harvey at (904) 860-1639 for the
from his youth. He enjoyed flying and earned his He leaves behind, his wife of 60 years, Irene May 16,2013. time and date.
private pilot's license. Kelsall, Yulee, FL, their children, Clinton Willard Born in Tallahassee, FL, on August 12, 1969,
:: Francis was a member of National Society Kelsall, West Barnstable, MA, -Debra Lynn he was one of three children born to Harold Davis BarbaraLe Lp ez
: Sons of the American Revolution, through his Jameson, Hudson, NH, Barbara Elaine Canal Lewis and Susan Mullis Lewis Kolb. Lee was
mother. He took pride that several of his paternal (Bill), Fernandina Beach, FL, Julie Eleanor Kelsall, raised in Tallahassee and always On May 16,2013, Barbara Lee Lopez pased
: ancestors were Florida residents before state- Epsom, NH, a sister, Lois Ann Brown, Fryburg, had a love for. and excelled at away quietly in her home on Amelia Island after
Shood. ME, eleven grandchildren, Naomi, Clinton, Katie, the game of Baseball. At the -a courageous three-year
Francis is survived by his widow, LeAnne Judy, Mary Elizabeth, Jeffery, Bridgette, Jennifer, age of fourteen, he was a mem- Barbara was born in January, 1946 to Herbert
Renee (Holdman) Gibbs, his son, Couper Marshall Megan, Benjamin, Ryan and four great-grand- ber of the Babe Ruth World L and Helen L Houghton ofJacksonville Beach,
Gibbs, and his daughter, Riley Ingraham Gibbs, children. Series Champion team. As a FL She was born inJersey City NJ while her
Tallahassee, FLI his mother, Frances WentzTaber, Funeral services will be held at a later date young teenager, Lee was hon- father was statione there in the Merchant
X Tallahassee, FL; his father, George Williams from the graveside in Sagamore National ored to be selected as the Bat Marines after WWII. One year after her birth,
Gibbs, III, and his stepmother, Ann Darden Gibbs, Cemetery, Bourne, MA as he is laid to rest. Boy for 'the Florida State the-family moved back to
Jacksonville, FL; his sisters, Elizabeth Winslow Please share his life story at www.oxley- Seminoles, under Coach Mike Martin. He grad- Jacksonville Beach where she
(Sean) McAuliffe, Tahllhassee, FL, Catherine / uated from Leon High School, Class of 1987. After graduated fr Duncan U.
GibbsJuan, Ann Gibbs Giampetro, and Elizabeth *.OXley-HeardFuneralDirectors high school, he attended Sante Fe Community Fletcher High School in 1964.
Stockton Gibbs and his brother Robert Kingsley College on a Baseball Scholarship where he She issurvived by her hus-
(Melinda) Gibbs, allofJacksonville, FL; and, three Thio S R.Lan non r obtained his Associate Degree. Lee continued band of 38 years, Anthony F
nieces and three nephews. his education at the University of Florida where Lopez, and her brother, Kyle L
He was predeceased by his brother, George Thomas R "Tom" Lannop Jr., 94, of Fernandina he was a member theAlphaTau Omega Fraternity Houghton (Gena Snyder) ofSt
Williams Gibbs, IV, St. Augustine, FL, and his Beach, Fla., passed away peicefully on Saturday and earned .his Bachelor Degree in Building Augustine, FL, her nieces,
stepfather, Robert WeissTaber, Tallahassee, FL May 18,2013 in Jacksonville, Fla. He was born on Construction. Laura Lopez, Ellen Kraus and Linda HarrityLopez,
Francis will be interred, with private grave- March 21, 1919, in Washington, D.C., the.son of he moved to Atlanta where he hernephew, Shawn Lopez, and hergrandnephew
Sside services, at Oak Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, thelate Thomas Rrder and Emma Etter Lannon. worked for Centex Homes until moving to Lake and godson, Lee Harrity Lopez, all of Long Island,
FL, on May 23, 2013. A celebration of his life will Mr. Lannon grew up in Jacksonville, Fla., and City in 1996. In Lake City, Lee married Kimberly NewYork.
follow, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., at The Florida attended the Immactilate Conception Church. He Lewis and had two daughters, Sarah Katherine After one year of college, Barbara began work
SYacht Club, Jacksonville, FL All who would like enrolled atAndrewJackson High School and dur- and Caroline Quinn, who were his pride and joy. asa bookkeeper for a finance company until 1971,
to gather and share memories of Francidsare cor- ing his senior year, his family moved to He changed industries and worked with First when shewas hired as payroll clerk and secretary
dially invited to attend the celebration. Fernandina. He graduated in 1937 from Federal Savings Bank as Vice President of for the Daytona Beach and Melbourne Jai Ala
In lieu offlowers, please make contributions to Fernandina High School. Business Development While working and living frontons. Here, she met her husband and they
S; the Francis B. Gibbs Memorial Fund. Mr. Lannon enrolled at Georgia Tech in Lake City, Lee served as president of the United were married on November 121976. The coup
;: BeggsFuneral Home. Tallahassee University in 1939 where he Way of Suwannee Valley, presidentof the Chamber moved to Miami and Barbara was hired by Delta
'* studied civil engineering. He of Commerce in Lake City and worked on various Airlines as a reservtion specialist During her 25
Robert Barr s married the former Margaret other community focused programs and corn- years with Delta, she earned severalSpecial
r uU dId l;Reardon of Cincinnati, Ohio, in mittees. In January of 2005, he moved to Achievement Awards. In 1978, the couple pur-
S Mr. Robert Barr "Bob" Jarvis, age 81, of 1941IThey settled in El Dorado, Fernandina Beach to open a branch of First chased property on melia Island and both were
Fernandina Beach, passed away on Thursday, Arkansas, where his first child Federal. He then married Meredith Severance able to transfer here in 1979 where they built
SMay 16, 2013 with family by his side at Quality was born. He soon located to of Fernandina Beach. their home.
Healthcare of Fernandina after accepting the St. Louis, Missouri as a civil Lee was always pne to constantly be thinking Barbara tirredj:002 and began helping her
SLord's free gift of salvation. engineer for the H.B. Deal & and enyisiofing niewconcepts, which took him to. husbanid with hj twredevelopmet company
S Born in Philadelphia, PA, he was the only child Co. In 1943, he enlisted in the United States Navy Burbank's Sjrts Nets where he lent his sales abil- Her interestsinluetraveling, music, and buy-
Sborn tothe late Robert C. and where he was stationed stateside at San Diego, Ca. ities and charismatic personality to the Burbank ing and selling alitts.
Anna Barr Jarvis. Mr. Jarvis He was discharged as an Aviation Machinist Mate family Leelater' founded Priority Vision, his com- The famiyilreivefriedsfrom6pto8
S graduatedfrom Glen Nor High in late 1945 and rejoined his family in Fernandina pany tliat invented and marketed his signature pm on Friday, ay24,'at the Oxey-Heard Funeral
School, Glenolden, PA, Class He soon went to work with Container Corporation smokeless tobacco alternative, "Nip Energy Dip". Home :. ,
: of 1949. He attended of America, where he retired as a Supervisor in In 2012,, 'he joined Colliers International In lieu of flowers, donations in her nme are
: Susquehanna University where 1982 following 30 years. Commercial Real Estate, in Jacksonville, where he requested to' ither CaringbridgeOrg, Caring
he obtained his Bachelor He and his wife enjoyed playing bridge and he worked in Business Relations. Bridge' Donition Processing Center, Box
Degree in 1953. In 1955 he was an avid fisherman, hunter, and had a real Lee was a former member of Faith 6032, Albert Lea, MN 56007-6632, or to theI
began a long career with passion for golf He could be seen frequently at the Presbyterian Church in Tallahassee and most American Cancer Society, 1430 Prudential Dr.,
Container Corporation of America in Philadelphia. Fernandina Beach Golf Club. He was a parishioner recently woi'shipped and furthered his faith at Jacksonville, FL 32207.
During his career, he worked in Brewton, at St. Michael's Catholic Church. the Journey Church of Fernandina Beach. Please share her life story at www.oxley-
Alabama, Carthage, Indiana and in 1976, he moved He was predeceased in 1985 by his son Lee's family and friends will recall his love of
coaching his daughter's travel softball teams, his Oxey-Heard FuneralDirectors
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ContinuedfromA Volunteer has passion
at all avenues to get the build-
ing funded and built. That
may include delaying other
construction projects and for i ert w
shifting their funding to the .h.Id
lease-purchase agreement .HEATHER A. PERRY
with a developer, the chair- News Leader
man said.
"We've got to put all of the Assistant Nassau County
options on the table," said Library Director Janet Love-
Danny Leeper. less is enthusiastic in her praise
Commissioner Pat of volunteer Donna Roberts.
Edwards also was disap- "She came to us with previ-
pointed by the "unfortunate" ous library experience and a
veto of funding that could willingness to assist in-any way
have gone to designing the she could. Donna is a faithful
facility while the county volunteer who has worked
decides how to fund its con- almost 300 hours a year for the
struction. But the veto is "not last five years."
a deal killer" for a new sher- Originally an RN, Roberts
iff's facility, said Edwards, switched careers and became
who spearheaded adding the certified as a sub-professional
project to the county's five- librarian by the Massachusetts
year Capital Improvement Board of Library Commission-
Plan. ers in 1989.
Weeks ago,. officials "It was the natural outcome
announced that state Sen. of my love affair and passion
Aaron Bean, state Rep. Janet for literacy, knowledge and dis-
Adkins and county lobbyist susBMrrN covering the world of people,
Mark Anderson had locked, .TJ. Holton represents Yulee Middle School in his role places and history on the writ-
in $500,000 from the state.for as Buzz the hornet. ten page," said Roberts, who
the project has worked tirelessly to organ-
At a special tmeeting April asr up ize and enhance the children's
29, the commission added D. Continued from LA area of the Fernandina Beach
the $10million project to the "I love to make people 'Wi th T 'sintegrity branch library. C
CIP to comply with a condi' laugh! Being the Buzz has been Due to her creativity and
tion ofthe earmark that it be so much fun. I hope YMS can and humor, he will asourcefulness, colorful bul-
listed on the plan. It's set to find, someone next year that's beable to go very letin boards and displaysfill the
be funded with $6.3 million in loved it as much as I did." ..area and invite children to come i
1-cent sales tax revenites and The son of Ginger and Ted e'far in llnf. enjoy a book.
about $3.6 million from. Holton Sr., young Buzz has a TULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL For five years, Roberts has t l t
reserve accounts. State law big sister, Ashley Holton shelved overflowing book carts
requires that projects listed Brown, who also attended YMS TACHER loaded with children's books, SUBMITTED
on the CIP must be funded. hand was a YMS cheerleader for HEATHER MALLETT no easy task given that each "It is, a great environment to work in, with a friendly and
gpelican@fbnewsleadercom two years. cart can hold more than 270 cheerful staff," says library volunteer Donna Roberts.
ype@finewsleadercom books. ,
"Donna takes the time and is
very precise and carefully nesday, Friday and Saturday. For additional.information
SLON shelves each one of them so, Closed Sunday. Phone 548- visit nassaureads. com.
rices that parents and children can 4857.
ContinuedfromNA TH ouse p rs sin locate 'books, easily," said
- clarify intentions ;.. Her .... Loveless.
intended improvements a'e., JACKSONVILLE The lender-mediated properties "There is great satisfaction GARQUEZ CARL DAVISON
consistent with past use of.. Northeast FloridaAssociation now hitting the miarket con- seeingyoung students walking Graduate of dtue iCookmn Iity
the space and no additional of Realtors real estate market tinues to decrease, however, out the door with the books Grauato uee e o
impact fees should' bb statistics for April show falling with just 2,102 lender-mediat- they need for their school repot, Congratulations Marquez. We are so
assessed." inventory and steadily rising ed properties in inventory this or simply finding' a book just proud of you. You are brilliant, talented
"The city is truly inter- prices. April versus 4,725 last ApriL for the love of reading it," notes has pand offambit. KeepAll of your hard you willork
ested in 1.) Listening' when Of the 7,869 properties in The 7,869 homes in Inven- Roberts. have a successful future.
challenged and 2.) Applying April's for sale inventory, most tory is a 31.7percent reduction In addition to volunteering Mom, Granny
regulationsin a consistent, (3,119) were pricedr at from the 11,529in inventory a at the library, Roberts is also & All of Your Family
fair and equitable manner," $149,999 or below. year ago. Months' supply of active at The Journey
McCrary wrote. Sales were brisk in April, homes for sale is now at 4.4, Church. She sharesher home
According to an email with 1,840 properties chang- down 45 percent from a year with her husband of 40 years, ASHLEY GRIFFIN
from City Manager Joe ing hands. This closed sales ago. A market is considered Jim, with whom she has ASHLEY GRIFFIN
Gerrity, "Marshall, John and figurewas a 26.1 percent jump balanced when there is a five- two adult sons, Damien and Congratulations, Ashley.
the potential tenant met at over.lastApril.and up 22.8 per- to six-month supply. Joshua. We are so proud of you!
the site and determined that cent.year-to-date. A $152,000 median. sales The Fernandina Beach Remember: What lies behind us
the plumbing existed from a The share of closed sales price for the month is 12.6 per- branch of the Nassau County & what lies before us are
previous salon dating back thatwerelender-mediated was cent higher than April 2012's Library System is located tiny matters compared to
u to ithe:,mid to late'90sand... 883.3,percent. The amount of media lf$135,000.., at 25 N. Fourth St. Business whatliesjthin us...
S .i .... "" ,hburs -,are: :1,0, ...!m...8.p.m...-.. .,,;, .Wh uveyou, _a e 10
shi.uld 1se as"'ed. ......... .. ,. ""'" Monday and Thursdiy'and Naniny& Papa
In a phone interview, 10 a.m.-6p.m. Tuesday,. Wed-
Miller said she was happy FIRE ontinued containers were found on site.
the issue was resolved, but Continued from "There were multiple
noted there are other poten- was there, he must have been explosions and there were
tial business owners within inside t&i home. One neigh- multiple propane cylinders
the city who are frustrated bor recalled hearing gunshots found on thb .property,"
with What they see as exces- before the home went up, the Graves said.
sive impact fees. fire chief'said. Several propane gpelican@fbnewsleadercom
"Why does the city Wait
until the business is ready to
open (before assessing
impact fees)?" Miller asked. - -
"As small business people', .....
we put out our last dime." .,
Miller also noted that she
had already told Mandrick .
during the paperwork pro-:
cess that there was a hair .
salon at the site in the 1990s,
but that he "did not want to ,
listen." When asked in an
email if he had any com- ''.Happy Birthday
ments on this, Gerrity
replied, 'No. That is her ,illie Ma c Ay
adaughury llay 24th

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Bike shop with a purpose

;: HEATHER A. PERRY or talk, and some who also fessional cycling titles and gloves, parts, Hincapie cloth-
News-Leader have medical issues, offers his racing expertise to ing and Scott shoes. Cyclists
"The children use commu- young up-and-coming cyclists, can also find lights, locks and
Award-winning cyclist Paul. nication boards or iPads to "I won eight gold medals computer gizmos that meas-
Pisani has a new bike shop in communicate, and we follow a in the New York Empire State ure everything from the
Yulee with a very special pur- regular curriculum called Games and raced with some length of the ride to the calo-
pose behind it. Unique Learning System," of the best riders in the world, ries burned. And there's a
PK's Bike Shop is named said Febles. I want to bring my experience top-notch mechanic on hand
for his daughter, Parker Kate, "Each child has an individ- on the bike to the people of for bicycle maintenance.
,who was born with ual education plan and we do the community and to people "We encourage safety and
Jissencephely, a rare disease lots of interesting things here. who are visiting Amelia bike.riding year round. The
|hat affects the brain. We expose them to literature Island," said Pisani. bike is a great tool for the
t "She is my little angel," through reading and they '"I think the fact that I rode brain and b ly, as well as P
said the doting father, adding interact with students in other bikes and raced them for so commuting," said the champi-
1that his three-year-old daugh- classes. They learn fine motor long allows me to have a spe- on cyclist. "We have bikes
ter's disease limits the things skills and gross motor skills, cial niche with riding tech- made for 18-month-old kids
'he can do. and some learn pre-academ- niques and coaching. Plus, up to the rider who has aspi-
Profits from the shop will ics. having ridden so many differ- rations of racing in the Tour
rbe donated to the Fernandina Febles is effusive in her ent bikes that I know what de France. We have a bike for
;Beach Participatory Program gratitude for Pisani, who has good quality is and this is one all needs."
'that PK. attends at already been very supportive of the main objectives of the And with the profits going
!Fernandina Beach High of the program, donating shop to deliver bikes and to "a-wonderful school" it's'a
School. funds toward new teaching products that are very win-win situation.
"Dianne Febles does an materials and equipment for reasonably priced and high PK's Bike Shop is located
incredible job with her great the students. quality." at 95754 Amelia Concourse.
!staff," said Pisani, A familiar face in the The shop carries a variety Business hours are 10 a.m.-6
The program is especially cycling world, Pisani rose of bikes including road rac- p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 am.-4
:for children who used to be through the ranks to become ing, BMX, recreational, motn- p.m. Saturday, and noon to 4 ..___ _____ _
:considered profoundly handi- one of the top American tain bikes and beachicruisers p.m. Sunday: HEATHERA. PERRY/NEWS-LEADER
capped, explained Febles. cyclists by age 18, racing until by makers such as Scott. Phone 310-9960 or visit Paul Pisani shows' off the bicycles for sale at the new
Students include kids from he was 23. They also carry acces- P;K.'s Bike Shop in Yulee.
age 3 to 19 who cannot walk He holds a number of pro- sories such as helmets,

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Uncertainty muddies
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH waterfront prospects
In recent years; this is even-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, June 4, 2013, Fernandina Beach city offi- tuallyneces-
at 6:00 PM in the City Commission Chambers, 204 Ash Street Fernandina Beach, Florida to cials have swung and missed sary, howev-
consider the following application, at two pitches from private er.
developers to invest in the So when
downtown waterfront. private.
ORDINANCE 2013-04 And now, no .other private developers/
funds are on deck to pay for come knock-
further revitalization. ing on'the
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA Apparently,'city officials have door at City
BEACH, FLORIDA, ANNEXING FOUR (4) PARCELS TOTALING 8.52 ACRES OF LAND struck out in securing private STEVE'S all, cm-
as Well as public financial rT missioners
LOCATED AT 1463 NECTARINE STREET, 1601 NECTARINE STREET, 1603 NECTARINE commitments to improve the pLACE should listen
STREET, AND 1620 NECTARINE STREET, AND; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; stagnant waterfrbnt area. to and enter-
It is a strange and twisted tain their
AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. story. But it is a familiar one, Steve Nicklas ideas. This
with separate instances of pri- has rarely
vate interests courting public happened over the years.
ORDINANCE 2013-05 officials for a mutual benefit, It is always preferable for
or so it is told. private money to subsidize
AN ORDINANCE Q TY SSION OF THE CITY OF FERNA INA In 2005, Lane Development revitalizaion and expansion.
... ... OF HE IT OF4Co. acquired'a-large trta 4 i As 'ng hs.i is. ithin '!th'
BEACH, FLORIDA, CHANGING. THE NASSAU COUNTY FUTURE LAND USErMARTO. downtown property r6fr~e I parameters of the tvl andidi
ASSIGN CITY FUTURE LAND USE MAP CATEGORIES, FOR FOUR (4) PARCELS waterfront to the old Standard worthwhile for the developer.
Marine building for $5 million The future of Lane's parcel
TOTALING 8.52 ACRES OF LAND LOCATED AT 1463 NECTARINE STREET, 1601 NEC- -and approached the city lies in the lap of a judge. A
TARINE STREET, 1603 NECTARINE STREET, AND 1620 NECTARINE STREET AND; commission about construct- Georgia-based bank holds the
ing more than 30 upscale note and seeks to foreclose on
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. townhouses. Three years of the property- but from there,
negotiations, planning and the direction is unpredictable.
ORDINANC permitting ensued. And then This not only impacts
20t--' : N V" '' :the real estate market col- downtown, but of more impor-
lapsed. tance,the CRA (Community
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF: THE CITY OF FERNANDINA Now Lane reportedly faces Redevelopment Area) that
foreclosure on the prime prop- was set up to help revitalize
BEACH, FLORIDA, CHANGING THE NASSAU COUNTY ZONING MAP TO ASSIGN erty. This clearly muddies the the waterfront: New. develop-
CITY ZONING CLASSIFICATIONS, FOR FOUR (4) PARCELS TOTALING 8.52 ACRES waterfront's future. ment such as this within the
In addition, another private CRA would generate surplus
OF LAND LOCATED AT 1463 NECTARINE STREET, 1601 NECTARINE STREET, 1603 investor has reportedly stalled financing, which could then
NECTARINE STREET, AND 1620 NECTARINE STREET AND; PROVIDING FOR SEVER- his plans to construct high- be used for improvements.
T AN A end townhouses primarily With the owner of the
ABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. along Second Street (near the Second Street project
Palace Saloon) and on Front stepping back, a pall has been
Street. He has cited insftability cast over the entire area.
ORDINANCE 2013-04 among commissioners and an Prospective homebuyers in
EXHIBIT A uncertainty with their'direc- the Lane project, for instance,
tion. had also questioned moving
PARCELS IDENTIFIED AS 00-00-31-1600-0206-0010, 00Q-00-31463P-0000-0000, 00-00-31-, Private investment is the here as the plans kept
1600-0167-0010, AND 00-00-31-1800-0266-0061, AND LOCATED AT 1463 NECTARINE lifeblood of any community; changing.
the public sector can only. do One local professional says
STREET, 1601 NECTARINE STREET, 1603 NECTARINE STREET, AND 1620 NEC- somuch. Infact, agrand that new investmentwill be
TARINESTREET ANNEXING A TOTAL OF 8.52 ACRES FROM NASSAU COUNTY INTO scheme to regenerate the curtailed in downtown
THE CITY LIMITS OF FERNANDINA BEACH. downtown through public Ferniandina Beach "until the
T E C Y I T funds died ofa sudden death city creates an environment
S when a new slate of commis- that encourages develop-
sioners recently nixed the ment."
'c o i" "Forward Fernandina" initia- Aptly said. And wouldn't
Aive. this give the current city com-
'The public projects mission' another out?
which revolved arounI d the Steve Nicklas is a financial
:-'111 --- d Aesiwaterfront- were deemed by advisor with a major U.S. firm.
I y hol 2new commissioners as expen- who lives and works on Amelia
sive and unnecessary. They Island. His business columns
IF A"NY were plenty expensive (in thA A aPTcer in several news adpersn
I:'$5 to $15 millioEi range), espe- i ng t orth Florida. He can be.
'cially since the funds had to. 753-0236.
g v." AN E be borrowed. Something like thenicklasheam2@'


1, CFourth firework The purpose of the Florida
Scenic Highways
The Historic Fernandina to protect resources along the
tBusiness Association is rais- route, promote tourism and
) 4~ing funds to pay for this year's positive experiences for travel-
Fourth of July fireworks in ers and to encourage public
downtown Fernandina Beach. and private investment.
....... on epplat..Bring donations in cash or the process is the
'._. _.Acheck (made payable to involvement of private citi-
1 5V /7.HFBA Fireworks Fund) by zefls, advocates, voluntary
.l-'Iay 31 to CBC National groups and civic organizations
Bank, 1891 South 14th St. that get together to form what
aFis known-as a "cqrridor advo-
Interested parties may appear at said hearing and be heard as to the advisability of any action, which may be con- Frends ofAA cacy group," or CAG, dedicat-
sidered. Any persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to participate in this program or activ- Public participation is ed to preserving, maintaining
ity should contact 277-7305, TTY 277-7399, (ITY number for all City offices) or through the Florida Relay sought andi e ortio of d animpoi g tche ooin cal,
Service at 1-800-955-8771 at least 24 hours in advance to request such accommodation. state highway A1A as'a scenic cultural and recreational
IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD/COMMISSION WITH and historic highway under resources within and adjacent
an extension of the existing meeting to discuss the pro-'
MONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED' "Historic and Scenic Highway gram will be lqld in Nassau
Copies of the applications with description by metes and bounds may be inspected in the office of the City Clerk, A1A" from its ending point at County at 6 p.m. June 3 at the
City Hall, 204 Ash Street, between the hours of 8:00 AM 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. For information the St Johns County line American Beach Community -
through Duval County and the Center, 1600 Julia St.
on the application, please contact the Staff of the City Clerk's Office at 277-7305 Jacksonville Beaches to Email to
AmeliaIsland. be included in the mailing list.



A host of friends from the Journey ,Church ,surprise MasterSgt. Tim Taylor, who returned home from his final over-
seas deployment with the 165th Ga. Air National-Guard, above. Journey Church member Taylor tours the new "H
church in Yulee with wife, Renee, right, before being surprised by congregants holding Welcome Home signs along Ne .i
his route home. you.

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The Nassau County Clerk's ment statewide electronic filing will be seen Oct. 1' when attor- ,il| ilii.
office reported a successful, of court documents and has neys will .be .reired to file .ome frm .islS over-
beginning in meeting the implemented.e-filing at the trial criminal cases.' m Taylio :
Florida Supreme Court's man- and appellate court levels in all To acoess the Florida Courts ;ii |||! ^
date to accept civil cases 67 counties and -in the Florida E-Filing Portal, visit .: I.iB.1"
through the Florida Courts E- Supreme Court. Electronic fil- for the lo Hm sin a o n
Filing Portal, www.myflcour- singin the five Distlict Courts of statewide access, point for the g. P 4k More than 1,500 Appeal wil Ibe phased over the electronic -access and trans-,' PatSclia Morrow-Houfe becher
documents wee electronically balance of the year..Then the mission of'court the ato
filed in -Nassau, County since next major revision to the portal courts. F sho D1 1ORtsu.
the maridate went into. effect on M a t c
April 1. 'f-
The Florida Supreme Court I ASHLEY GRIFFIN-
mandated by April 1 that all Congratulaew tions Ashley.
attorneyscfile documents elec- We are. so proud of youl IUP TO 50% OFF!
tronically in civil cases, probate, Remember: What lies behind us
circ.uit and county civil and fam- & what lies before us~are Stini'tit Wedding Dresses
ily law cases througln tiny matters comta red to t-hothee of te B d '
Statewide portal. At:this point, what lies within us.
neys registered with The Nanny & Papa i
Florida Bar are making use of n,
thepi e-filing account. By the KKK.
end of the first week, more than 8 N-2ND Street, (istricownto ) Feradina Beach, FLI320.,34,
206,000 documents were sent MADISON L. MIXON oyol 1(d K .
through the Florida Courts E- Congr atulatons Madison f
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fhe local clerk's ofices andthe work and accompPrlishments. As .tyou;o t ocktail
Suprme Court- u topping the graduate. remember: 'As'ar as your
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Smart meters and your health, safety
There are several issues with : defend themselves. Smart pulsed microwave radiation cre- times to experience the same
smart meters that we should all l"bT e meters are microwaving us with ates brain entrainment. This issues. It wasn't until his neigh-
be concerned about. These giar ThTruthharmful bursts equivalent to 160 allows induction of different bors removed their smart
issues involve our health, safe- iAgenica 21, Smart hMnters, The Truth About BMkid-ie cell phones at full power in one brain states from smart meters. meters that his symptoms were
ty, privacy and the economics of location 24 hours a day 7 days a I have a close friend in south- completely resolved. Insurance
their use. For the most part, i flowrom Nassau ntyweek. Your cellular structure ern Utah that last year for the companies do not and will not
this article is only going to deal cussion of all the important issues the mainstream medi and your overall health are first time in his life (age 57) cover loss of life.or property
with the health and safety is f all the.oportaissuestemainsty era being permanently affected. began experiencing both insom- due to smart meters.
issues. ors pus reports on what the city and co n -' International health law and nia and tinnitus. His hobby is Simply opting out ofa smart
By definition a smart meter mets a re upto as w.cheduled to meetat the Femadia Canadian health law states that weightlifting and strength train- meter installation is not the solh-
records the consumption of BeachAirport, 700 Airport Road, on Thursday, June 6 at wirelss devices with incom- ing. He didn't take any.pre- tion. Only if your entire neigl
electricity in the intervals of an m patible frequencies 'capable of scription medications. His borhood opted out would you
hour or less and communicates it i t iubertyDwellersan b exciting human tissue and caus- issues with both tinnitus and be safe. Some power.companies
that information at least daily ing the "heat effect" are to be insomnia became so bad he had actually charge consumers a
back to the power company for foru i tlwwwL b Dwellersc Kling .at 56-6982. avoided. Essentially this means to see a doctor. The physician monthly additional fee for opt-
both monitoring and billing pur- smart meters are illegal accord- prescribed medications for both .ing out,
poses. Smart meters are cur- ing, to every country's health -of his health concerns. Months In addition to the aforemert-
rently being used to replace ana- sumers will become more Protection Agency and other safety laws. Think about it, went by with nho improvements. tiohed concerns, we also have to*
log meters in both homes and empowered and'be motivated agencies, only affect 5 percent microwave ovens cook meat Recently when he described his consider the switching mode
business throughout our coun- to utilize energy more effi- of the population. The most, that is already dead. The cook- health me, we both power supply (SMPS). The
ty and in other selected areas of ciently. One example would be common complaints are ing occurs by exciting the tissue had an epiphany. I mentioned SMPS function emits sharp
our country. Smart meters are keeping your home warmer in headaches, fatigue, tinnitus, by stimulating atoms and mol- the side effects of smart meters spikes of millisecond bursts con-
* not just for measuring electri- the summer or colder in the memory loss and high blood eciules in order to produce what and after reviewing his (corn- stantly, 24/7. One smart meter
'cl usage of the consumer. winter. If consumers don't con- pressure.'. is called the "thermal heat mercial ranch) records, he real- 'mode, OWS 514 NIC, has been
Smart meters have been form to this agenda from the EMF electric and mag- effect." ized all three of his analog .Tpleasuredto emit spikes of up to
introduced as a new "green power companies, you will pay netic fields: These are areas of We can turn off our cell meters had been replaced with 50,000HZ and higher. This con-
tool" to help consumers better extra for your consumption. energy that surround any elec-' phones and Wifi at night, but smart meters at the same time stant pulsing of high frequen-
manage their energy use. .'Almost none ofthese meters trical device. These include smart meters are on every.\ he first started suffering from ies, in addition to.the RF func-
Consumers supposedly would are.UL-approved and there are home electric wiring, c6omput- minute of everyday. We have no these ailments tion, is causing harm to our
be enabled to reduce both their many incidents of them creating ers, televisions, hair dryers, cell 'choice in controlling these radi- What does all this fean to biological systems.
energy bills and "carbon emis- fires. PECO utility company in phones and now smart meters, ation bursts. The maximum you? It means that in their'cur-. When current flows tlrougjfi
"sions." Smart meters offer Philadelphia serves 1.6 million Over exposure can cause the radiation zone burst is 250 rent form all smart meters neg- *the wiriig:of yourif'ome it cre-
.potential benefits to the power ,customers. PECO "stopped same health problems that were yards. The immediate burst sig- atively affect the health of near-' ates a surrounding electro mk-
'companies by eliminating many installing smart meters after attributed to EHS. Additionally; nal reaches out 100 feet from ly everyone. Those who are netic field (EMF) that radiates
jobs. There are concerns now several reports of meters over- there are statistics that point to each smart meter. On average, electrically sensitive (EHS) are outward all around the wires at
the benefits to the consumer heating and catchingfire. Some brain cancer, leukemia and ALS there are 20 or-more houses in immediately affected., Others right angles to the direction of
will not save money, but actual- of these fires spread to inside (Lou Gehrig's Disease). Sdme a 250-yard perimeter in atypical may not notice'the effects for thtie' crerits flow and reaches'
ly have an increase in their 'the homes, Insurance compa- industry experts refer to .EMF heighborhood. One 'smart years, even decades. However, inito the room. Switching mod'
monthly bills. nies are refusing to reimburse as "dirty electricity." ieter is 166 times more pow- both the wireless radiation.from power supplies (SMPS) c""
Currently, these smart homeowners because these EMI: Electromagnetic erful than a single cell phone.' the transmitters and the "dirty generate electro magnetic int4r-
meters are not tied to the nation- -meters aren't UL approved and interference sometimes referr- Do the math; multiply 160.cell electricity" are suspected car- ference (EMI) or'ihighl fre-
Mal smart grid, but they have the tested. Power companies are ed to as "dirt electricity." phones of power per smart cinogens. They have also'bih e"'"quenricy transients, which then
capability and in the future also refusing reimbursement SMPS: Switched mode meter to the number of houses associated with autism, travel along the wiring in the
could. be controlled by one fed- for damages. Similar fires have power supply. Its function is to surroundingyou in your neigh- Alzheimer's, diabetes, MS and walls, radiating outward in the
eral agency, rather than a local been reported 'in Illinois, "step down" the 240V alteriat- borhood. This equates to being asthma. The ohly safe path for wiring's electromagnetic field.
utility or co-op. At some point California, Maryland and miul- ing current (AC) coming in inside a microwave oven con- the time being is to continue to Such spikes are known as "dirty
.consumers, because of site-spe- tiple locations in Canada. from the utility pole power lines stantly and being cooked on low use the old anal6g meters. The electricity" ?and can be 'con-
'cific monitoring, could. be The following -are the defi- to the 2 to 10 volts of direct cur- power. Again your cellular industry needs to redesign the ducted to a human that is with;
, charged more than their neigh- nitions of acronyms for the bal- rent (DC) required to run the structure and your overall digital meters before they can in the range of the radiating
'hbors' rates. These meters, ance of this article. Please bear smart meters'digital electronics health are- being permanently 'safely be placed on homes and 'field.This (SMS) function is on
because of site-specific infor- with me while I try to keep this that record the electricity usage affected..;, businesses anywhere, all smart meters used by all
matiofn, ultimately will cause 'simple: data. Your family may experience Imagine one of these smitt poWer companies and is on con-
price-setting agencies to charge RF: Radio frequency emis- Taking into account these unexplairted headaches, tinti-' metersjust outside your child's stantly 24/7. (From the book
different prices for consump- sions. These most commonly definitions will help with:the tus, (riging inqthe ears), loss of bedroom wall and how it might Dirty Electricity Electrification
tion based on the time of day, come from the Inicrowave understanding of the following. sleep! high blood pressure, be affecting not only them, but and the'Diseases of Giviizatifn.)
the season, and personal coo- ovens, cell phones "and now Our biology and our overall memory loss, eye dryness and your entire family's health. The One engineerstudyingthese
sumption "patterns." In other smart meters. We've all heard health are connected to the. the list goes on. The RF emis- science proves the health dan- SMPS spikes explained,
words, if some agency deems the reports in the news how Schuman resonance bof the sions and microwave radiation gers.of smart tmeters, but the "Extensive measurements have
you an "abuser" of electricity these .emissions from cell Earth (7:83 HZ). When this fre- can target and, cause specific power companies and aithori- demonstrated that all of the
usage, you will be charged phones\can causebrain cancel; quency is interfered with by glandular stress and immune ties are all in.denial of the evi- meters measured (ABB, Gk^
accordingly. etc. devices such as micrqwaves,, suppression. They can' cause dence. Smart meters especially and Landis GYR) emit noise on
Billions of dollars have been EHS:. Electromagnetic Wifi and, now smart meters, it disorders including, but not lim- affect the elderly and folks'with the customer's electric wiring
invested in the rollout of these hypersensitivity. This condition, instantly puts our system into a ited to, mental disorders, emo- pacemakers. Smart meters can in the form of high frequency
smart meters. This hasiall been according to the World Health state of stress, causing the cells tional surges, depression and stop the function 'flthese life- voltage spikes, typically with an
done undetr the tfeory-that con- 'Organization, the UK Health in our body to react and try to anxiety. Constant exposure' to 'saving devices. Ohe report amplitude of Zvolts' but a fre-
,___ _____shows where a man'with a pace- quency anywhere bfrom 4,000
maker experienced'headaches,. Hertz up to 60,000 Hertz. Some
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Development Agreement between Nassau County Board of County Commissioners, a political sub-
division of the State of Florida, and First Federal Savings Bank of Florida, a Federal Savings Bank.

The proposed Development Agreement .would provide for rights and responsibilities of the
Parties associated with the conveyance of title to right of way by property owner necessary for the
construction of a connector road, known as Loop Road, Phase IV, which would connect Flora Parke d* ..
qrossing, adjacent to the entrance of Flora Parke Subdivision, at State Road 200, for.the public's -
: interest by having safe.access'to a signalized intersection, and related issues.

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WEDNESDAY, May 22.2013 OPINION News-Leader 7A

A First, read the directions

N EWSJ For local government junkies the past sev- vised by the commission says, the development will be annexed.
eral weeks have been nothing short of nirvana. read the charter; read the Well, now it's contiguous, so, according to
All sorts of situations and issues have been directions. the agreement, the contract, the property is
Sthrown at them like darts at a dartboard, and But the commission has annexed. The property owners object, though,
decision-makers are the bull's eye. chosen to create a position because the city didn't notify them of the
But strip away all the spin, the verbiage and called the "clerk pro-tem," or agreement, and besides, the statute of limita-
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER the drama, these situations and issues are pret- temporary clerk, even tions has run out
ESTABLISHED, IN 1854 ty easily solved; like when the kids were small though no such position .Come on, the city doesn't have to notify the
and a toy needed assembling use a little corn- exists in the charter, there's owners of a previously signed agreement
The News-Leader is published with pride weekly, mon sense and stick to the directions, consid- no job description and there's Maybe the owners should have done due dill-
for the people of Nassau County by Community er! DEBATE no pay grade. To complicate, gence before purchasing, maybe their real
Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believe Who can call a special meeting of the city AND matters further, the person estate agent should have told them, maybe,
that strong newspapers build strong communi- commission, or the commission with an adviso- T who's been named to fill the but it's not the city's responsibility. And con-
ties-"Newspapers get things donel" Our primary ry board? This is a problem, really? Read the TACILrE non-existent position has cerning the statute of limitations, well, if
goal is to publish distinguished and profitable directions, in this case the city charter. The migrated from the there's no time certain in the agreement then
wi be acommunity-oplished n ewspapers. This mission charter stipulates that only the mayor, the city Ron Sapp' Commuhity Development there is no statute of limitations. Besides,
essisdeae othe truth, in qua manager or two city commissioners can call a Department, leaving their old there is no statute of limitations ondoing the
ity and hard work. special meeting, and there's nothing granting position vacant Oh my, what to do? right thing.
the authority to a commissioner, or the corn- Well, the commission needs to fill the Vice Mayor Charlie Corbett has been criti-
FOY R. MALOY JR.. PUBLISHER mission, to calf a special meeting of an advisory' clerk's position and the city manager needs to cized in some circles for being a little "rough"
MICHAEL PARNELL. EDITOR board. Pretty straight-forward; pretty simple, figure out what to do about the vacant position on the folks wanting to vacate the agreement.
MIKE HANKIN'S, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR right? Well, no, it seems that the city attorney in CDD and the city'attorney needs to sit qui- Well, thank goodness for Vice Mayor Corbett
ROBERT FIEGE. PRODUCTIONDIRECTOR is in the process of drawing up new guidelines etly and wait'for a question to be asked about and his standing up for the taxpayers of
BoB TIMPE. CIRCULATIONDIRECTOR that would allow the mayor, the city manager how all this meshes with the charter. Fernandina Beach. This agreement should
ANGELINE MUDD. or two city commissioners to call a special We.have a system of separation of powers have been exercised several years ago and
ANGELINFICE MANAGERUDD. meeting of an advisory board. The charter and checks and balances for a reason it Why it wasn't I don't know, but the commission
BUSINESS OFFICE MANAGER doesn't allow that read the directions. works. The city, manager should stay away wants to dco the right thing now and that's a
SIAN PERRY. ASSISTANT EDITOR If a commissioner misses a meeting and from the commission's charter-mandated deci-- good thing.-
BETH JONES. SPORTS EDITOR they are curious as to what happened, read the sion making, the commission should stay away I guess,I could write about the Shrimp
TOM WOOD DINK NESMIT minutes or schedule a meeting with the city from the manager's decision making and the Festival changes and all the frothing at the
CHAIRMAN PRESIDENT manager to be brought up to speed, or give the city attorney should provide legal advice only. mouth that's gone on since, but those issues
chair of the advisory board in question a call Common sense read the directions. are so ridiculously small that I Won't trouble
and ask for a briefing. Common sense read The old story is told yet again, people myself to expend the effort.
C"community the directions. who live just outside the city limits and receive. Change the parade date good heavens, re-
Incorporated Who's the new city clerk? First, the city services don't want to pay for them. I locate the food booths horrors, move the
clerk's position is very, very important. They know, let's all yawn collectively and move on, stage'- ohmy! If only a portion of that concern
Thvievesexpressedbytecolumnissand are in charge of keeping and managing all city right? Wait, this time there's a little twist, it could;bdireted atquality oflifeissues, at
letterawierson dtispage are detrown' records. They attend all city commission meet- seems the property owhers in question have a growth management issues, at environmental"
anddo not necessarily reflet he views of ings and are expected-to be expert on what problem, the developer who built their condo- issues, at nature preservation issues,- real,
de neapaper. its owners or employees was said and done at all meetings past. The minium, or whatever, signed 'a voluntary meaningful issues well, I'd be much more
clerk is a charter officer hired and dismissed annexation agreement Whenever the develop- hopeful about tomorrow.
by the city commission and directly super- ment becomes contiguous with the city, it Ron Sapp isa former city commissioner.


'Groundhog Day"on Gu Control rA
Centre Street Re: "Gun Control" (May 17)
Re: "City defers action on street 'With apologies to the letter writer
lpeiformers," May 10. and. other Constitutional scholars, .
130- Knocking on Heaven's Door Articl6 II of the Constitution defines
1:41,- Amazing Grace how the president is elected, his length
1:44n-Amazing Grace of service, pay, primary responsibilities _
1:47-- Country Roads and removal from office.
.1:-53 Something in the way There is nothing there stating that
2:00- Green, Green Grass of Home it's "to allow the citizens to protect
2:04 Proud Mary themselves from the government."
2:07- You are so Beautiful, Perhaps he was referring to the
2:10-Amazing Grace often misinterpreted Amendment II,
2:19- Old McDonald which in its entirely says, "A well reg- .
2:23 Amazing Grace ulated Militia, being necessary to the i
2:59 You are so Beautiful security of a free State, the right of the
3:06- Rocky Raccoon pdople to keep and bear Arms, shall not
3:lQ-Amazing'Grace be infringed." '.
3:15 -You are so Beautiful Again, nothing there about citizens
;3:25 Old MacDonald protecting themselves from the gov- a
,i.:35' A ao0g Grace '.-, rnment. '.
e3A 6n Something)pn Aerica eAid,while on tihe,ubject of the .
3:52-Taxi Second Amendment,'how does allow- .
3:56 -Amazi g Grace ing anyone, regardless of qualifica-
3:59- Grieen, Green Grass of Home tions, to possess any weapon, without
4;05 Knocking on Heaven's Door any oversight, control, training or reg-
4:45- Amazing Grace ulation fit the meaning of "well regu-
4:50 Country Roads lated," or "militia?" h te Rd
5:00- Amazing Grace Steve Reden
5 11)0- Amazing Grace Fernandina Beach
5:15-Proud Mary * '
5:25 lYou are so Beautiful a The recent letfer (May 17) com- A.eted;D f
ig5:35 r Something in the way menting on gun control and the sup-
For those of you who are not posed "prejudice against the elderly" in RICK MCKEE/THE AUGUSIA (GAe) CHRONICLE
miliar With the movie "Groundhog the Affordable Care Act cries out for
y," Bill Murray plays weatherman correction.'While this response is 'actions' he appears to advocate are Becom e engaged; volunteer, foster, customerstrom one year to the nea.
whose assignment is to cover unlikely to influence the writer ofthe definied as "treason." It is the only mehtor, or jut support someone who, Weget so clse to our customers, that
nxsutawney PhliAfreak snowstorm letter,"hopefully it may dissuade others crime the Founding Fathers felt itnec- does. Let's make J sc s nville achia it is common for them to call t
strands him in Pennsylvania, hewakes from further spreading rumors and essary to define. d : dre frendly community. B B o because they know us personally and
up'the next p0aorning with the strangest :nonsense. I Richard McCullen You can find out more at the official look forward to arranging delivery of
snse ofde vu; he seems to be living The writer states that Obamacare Fernandina Beach state website, their Passbbok.'
the same day over and over again. denies certain coverage to persons You car also call Family Support I taught my students through th
Soon, no matter what he does, he's over age 76. Like other unfounded Services at'(904) 421-5800. When you, years"Quality is more important than
stuck.Not imprisonment nor attempt- rueiSors spreadby a ponents of the help a child by becoming a foster par- Quantity!" While we really have
suicideor kidnapping gets him out act, this is simply untrue. To quote I am issuing a challenge to each ent or mentor today, you are creating Quality in our passbook this year, it is
the loop. Funny in the movie, but not Conadme Reports: local church and fith-based organiza- a strong legacy for the future. the Quantity of sales that causes the
b in real life. "Not true. As best I can determine, tion tomentor at least one child infos- Lee Kaywork, CEO proceeds that Big Brothers/Big
w* We are forced to endure, this tlat rumor originated from several ter care.. Family Support Services of Sisters receives to' be a large sum h df
sme thing every day. virfal emails and online posts They The children who enteri the foster. North Florida money. For example, I sold 25
We feel it is necessary to have a recount conrincing-sounding conver- care system ard there because they Passbooks lastyear, which catised m$j
int on the days and thetime. satiolns withl doctors who claimto have. were innocentvictims of serious abuse 2 wrongs do not efforts to Big/Brothers/Big Sisters
Why an't they perform their rou- been briefed on a provision of the and neglect They oftencome into care nmak arg to net them over $500. Multiply this by
tine and then move on to another spot? Affordable Care Act that will with nothing but the.clothes on their 16 years and you get about $8,OO.
I feel it is cruel to force an animal supposedly deny older Medicareben- back. Re: Dave's World, April 19, and However, that is not the total picture.
t6 lie in the untfor 5 to 8 hours. I don't eficiaries treatments for serious con- Childhood isian important time in Voice of the people, April 26. ' Many customers sayto me; "I would
think animals should be part of any- ditioris such as heart diseaseandcan- everyone's life. It is a time when we A wonderful Memorial United ndt use the Passbook, but I will mail a
one's singing routine. cer. Reputable fact-checking sites, such learn about values, the difference Methodist Church family member of donation in to Big Brothers/Bigt
I challenge any of those who sup- as Snopes~com and, between rightand wrong, building self- Janie Wilkins has contributed so much Sisters." Many buy it the first time and
p t the way things are to listen to the have documented that the stories are esteem and pride by accomplishing to Big/Brothers/Big Sisters of Nassau make a donation each year following
Eangs on the list at the times listed fake. goals, the importance of education, a County. He has helped Jeff Pint, owner instead of purchasing the Passbook,
epery day, seven days a week; unable "'Nothing in health care reform or and more. Good foster parents, help of The Passbook, sponsor ed by Big just because I bothered to call them-
t control the volume if on the phone in Medicare limits your care based on children learn these life lessons, somie- Brothers/Big Sisters. He called me in their words, not mine!
r trying to have a conversation with a your age, says Jo Baker, president times for the first time. They help chil- early April to discuss Passbook among Multiply what I do by the number
customer. of the Medicare Rights Center, a non- dren get on the right path to become other things. He asked if Dave Scott, of people Jeff Pint has working for
I believe there can be a fair way profit consumer advocacy and infor- successful, self-sufficient adults. who writes "Dave's World," might call him and you will'readily see the worti
for allinvolved to reach a happy work- mation group. Additionally, we need mentors for. to get facts for his column, giving pub- of Passbook to Big Brothers/Big
ing relationship. '"Far from cutting Medicare bene- children and teenagers in foster licity to the 2013 Passbook. His wife Sisters!
Cathy Schultz fits, the new health care law has care. had received the "first" 2013 Passbook -o when the letter came out April
Fernandina Beach expanded them. Beneficiaries are now These mentors spend one to two from me after the owner, Jeff Pint, 26 my first thought was why would a
entitled to along list of free preventive- hours'each week listening to children, who has seasonally soldthe Passbook person counteract an article without
Short lett care services that previously weren't advising them and encouraginxg in Nassau County for 29 years, the last first contacting the owner of thi
Sb covered. And the law is also closing the them to make the right decisions in few years of wh'ich Big/Brothers/Big Passbook and learning that it is neithet
I've been traveling and just catching notorious 'doughnut hole' in Part D their lives and to pursue their dreams. Sisters has sponsored it, gave me a. produced nor published, rather'it is
on the News-Leader. It seems that drug plans." For children who are away from first allotment of Passbooks tocdeliver "printed" in Oregon,. and that I anr
the length of letters has suddenly The writer's suggestion that "Article their parents in the foster care system, to church members and friends. not an emplo'yee of the publishei,
exploded. It's not my purpose to conm- II" (I assume he meant to reference the mentors provide an important serv- Not having received a call from. because it is not ptxblished and ther4
ment on quality, but such letters are Second Amendment) was intended to ice. Dave Scott to give him Jeff Pint's is no publisher.. Rather, I an one
simplytoo long to keep a reader's atten- protect citizens against the duly-elect- As a community we hlave an obli- name and phone number, I was quite "many" people who have made calls on
tion. You may be experiencing reduced ed government is similarly nonsensical. gation to protect our children. surprised when Linda McLane, my behalf of Big Brothers/Big Sisterp
volume of input, and I know you want It bears repeating that the guarantees Fostering and mentoring are tWo ways daughter, called me April19, and said, who were "chosen" to help averywor-
to provide a forum open to "every- of the Second Amendment are stated we can participate to ensure' that the "Mom, look on page 6A of the News- thy cause.
man." But using the general rule of in the context ofa "well regulated mili- neediest are a priority.:We encourage Leader today and see your name men- Being so upset from the adverse
encouraging writers to target 200 or so tia." Instead of advocating a misinter- the faith-based community and local tioned." I was so disappointed to read reactions caused by the letter to the
words might provide a better and more pretation of the Constitution.that sug- businesses tb help our efforts to find my name as having produced the editor, I sat on the side of the bed igi
concise product for your readers. gests taking up arms against the more foster parents and mentors. Passbook, and to see my phone num- the middle of-a dream, and Jesug
Tom Robertson government, the writer may want to Churches and synagogues can help ber and email address listed in a pub.: Christ said to fne, "God changes peo-
Fernandina Beach look atArticle'3, Section 3, in which the by letting representatives from Family lic newspaper. I .pay for a, post ple! Man only opportunity to
Support Services come and speak office box to prevent the general pub- plant the seeds!" I pray that this lette
about the needs of our children in the lic even knowing my physical address to the editor will help me plant the
community. Businesses can help by and telephone number, as Iam not a seeds necessary for God to turn
:TO,10title RITS- Letters must include writer's name (printed and signature), creating foster friendly environments; business, but rather a retired school- around the damage which has'
address and telephone number for verification. Writers are normally limited to encouraging their employees to teacher. been done in my life, because-tw)
one letter in a 30-day period. No poems will be published. Letters should be become mentors or foster parents and Jeff Pint, for whom I make calls wrongs do not make one right and no
typed or printed. Not all letters are published. Send letters to: Letters to the letting teens in foster care come to and personal contacts and have for one dared to research the truth!
Editor, PO. Box 766, Fernandina Beach, FL, 32035 E-mail: their workplaces to learn more about 16 years has numerous others sell- The repercussions have been unbe-
mparnell@fbnewsleader. com. future careers. ing the Passbook, besides the board of lievable!
visit us on-line at.newsleadencom The community at large also has a Big Brothers/Big Sisters. We are like Janie Willdns
role they can play for these children. a sorority and strive to not take other's Fernandina Beach

8A WEDNESDAY. MAY 22.2013 NEWS News-Leader

Are we there yet?

I have just completed a during our So yes, we bought some -
road trip in the Kyrgyz journey we they were juicy and
Republic that you wouldn't saw three sweet/tart and once their
believe! I am here doing a bio- recent acci- outer skin was peeled they
diversity assessment for dents and were pleasant to chew on. It b
USAIl and one aspect of this plenty of made a good change from the
sort of project is always to go abandoned locally produced pistachios
into the "field" to look at pro- demolished and dried apricots that I
tected areas, development cars. munched on throughout the
projects and areas with rich And then journey while my colleagues
natural resources. In most WILD there are the happily puffed on their ciga-
places I've been this is a sim- WAYS sheep, rettes.
ple matter of two- or three-day ... goats, hors- And if I was thirsty for
car trips with plenty of time to es and cattle something different than my
interview stakeholders or Pat swarming constant supply of bottled
flights to distant cities, then Foster- Turley the road. It mineral water that I enhanced
car trips from there. But here is the time of with a tea bag, there was no
in the Kyrgyz Republic it is year tor semi-nomadic problem there either. All
something else. herders to move their live- along the valleys, where the
One Monday my col- stock from the villages to the horses, goats and sheep were
leagues, Kyrgyz national Azat high mountain pastures. And grazing, therepwere yurts set
Alamanov and Georgian how do they get there? By the up by local venders selling
national Ramaz Gokhelashvili only road, of course. So, kymys, fermented mare's
and I set off on this field trip. strange things happened. We milk that.they obtain in
Our goal was to see for our- had'to wait a long time at the springtime from horses that
selves the unique system of mouth of the longest tunnel had recently foaled. Milking -
pasture management they through the mountain at the your horse, now that's a ._
have in this mountainous, highest pass (about 12,000 thought. We stopped once to PHOTOS 1YPATFOSTER-TURLEY/FORTHENEWS-LEADER
mostly livestock-raising coun- feet high and covered with check it out, and Azat got in Scenery along the way from Bishkek to Arslanbob in Krygestan traffic, including live-
try; to visit a few protected snow) to let a herd of more negotiations in Kyrgyz stock, clogging mountain passes, above, but views of alpine lakes, meadows full of
areas; to see agricultural oper- than a'hundred goats and regarding the age of the prod- native tulips and beautiful mountain'vistas, such as the one below with a solitary vehi-
ations in the south, to see the sheep go through the tunnel uct. He wanted fresh kymys cle.
major hydroelectric dams and first. And sometimes round- milked that lay, not a few-
infrastructure and to visit cen- ing a hairpin turn at our safe daks-old kymys that had
ters for ecotourism. Simple speed of 30 mph we confiont- turned alcoholic. Me, I took a restrain myself from chiming roads to selected sites and full of livestock. One magic
enough, right? ed herds of livestock blocking sniff of both varieties and "Are we there yet" every hour throw in a couple of two-mile- moment, I walked alone
Well, not really. For one the road: went no further. or so but I knew it would be high mountain passes and, through a field of wild native
thing, there is only one road Buthey, no problem. If we Our internded destinations no use. We would get there you've got the picture But tulips to a-pristine high alpine
from the capital Bishkek to wanted refreshment along looked close on the map, just when we did, arid that was not the real picture; that's for lake bordered by snow-
thie next largest city of Osh in our route it was available. In inches away, but this did not that. sure. capped mountains. It was defi-
the south. This road is treach- the valley areas children and convey reality. We were in our Just picture a road trip I saw mountainshigher nitely a road trip I'll never for--
prous, full of heavy trucks elders lined the road waving car for hours and hours from Amelia Island to New than our Rockies, and narrow, get.
lumbering up the, mountains stalks of plants at us. It turns between stops, except for the Orleans goirig at an average red and yelloW rocky gorges, PatFo.ster-Turleyis a zoolo-
at slow speeds and crazy driv- out these were native plants obligatory ones to relieve our- speed of 30 mph and-return- rushing rivers of snow melt, gist n Amelia Isl4nd. She wel-
ers who try to pass them on collected from the nearby selves in this bush-less habi- ing again by the same route, natural forests of walnuts and come' your nature questions
blind corners. It's known as mountains, plants that are tat using public facilities too Add a few four-hour side trips flowering native fruit trees and observations.
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'The science proves the health dangers
ofsmartmeters, but the power companies OBITUARIES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2A
and authorities are all in denial ofthe Elbert Raybum Males J pie started ERMCO to restore WWII mil- 'AM in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard
evidence. Insurance companies do not Ebert Rayburn Maples itary vehicles & collector weapons. That Funeral Directors with Reverend Jackie
and will not cover loss oflife orproperty On April 30, 2013, Elbert Rayburn company led to the beginning of RAMO Hayes officiating. The family will receive
an ll er fe or propery "Pony" Maples Jr. left Nashville to go to his Inc. RAMO manufactured M2HB .50 friends one hour prior to the service. An
due to smart meters.' Eternal Home in Heaven. Proceeded in Caliber Maahine guns. Pony & Kay mar- additional memorial service will be held on
death by his wife Kathryn Barth Horton. ried in 1982. in Sylvester, WV, at 1:00 PM on June 1st at
Pony is survived by his 3 daughters, Pony and Kay sold RAMO in the mid- the Faith Free Baptist Church with Pastor
aUInT Alzheimer's, diabetes, MS and Beverly Gale Powell 1980s and started Military Systems Group Steve Akers officiating.
lMIIAT Continued from 6A asthma. (Ryan), Virginia Beach, (MSG). MSG works to fulfill military & In lieu of flowers memorials may be
been confirmed by smart meter The only safe solution it to VA; Dana Maples deTar special force's needs, like outfitting vehi- made to the American Cancer Society in
installers that have talked to refuse the installation, or (Steve), Traverse City, cles, gun boats & helicopters with gun honor of Mrs. Mynes at 1430 Prudential
us." replace your smart meter with MI; Constance Maples mounts and other accessories. This was Dr., Jacksonville, Florida 32207.
.Wikipedia agrees that SMPS an analog meter. If your Ovesen (Todd), Oxford, the most rewarding time in Pony's life, Please share her life story atwww.oxley-
have this drawback: "Disadvan- provider is Florida Power and MI. Stepchildren A because he was able to continue to serve ,
tages include greater complex- Light call them at 800-871-5711 include, William Horton his country, by interacting with soldiers. Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors
ity, thegeneration of high ampli- or email them at www.fppuc. (Shelley), College Grove, returning from battle to learn how his
tude, high frequency energy com/ and tell them you are "opt- TN, and Lydia Horton of Nashville, TN; 10 designs had contributed to their 6afety & Ralph S n
that the low pass filter must. ing out and please do not-install grandchildren, as well as his friend & care- improve their use; Today, Kay's children Ralph J. $t.ang
block in order to avoid electro- a smart meter on my home." giver, Peggy Burch, Spring Hill, TN. continue operating MSG and making it Mr. Ralph J. Stangel, age 80, of Amelia
magnetic interference (EMI) Put a small sign on your ana- Born in Lafayette, Georgia on March 29, thrive. Island, passed away on Wednesday after-
and a ripple voltage at the log meter saying, "Do not install 1933, Ponywas the son of Elbert Rayburn In his later years, Pony was blessed to noon, May 15, 2013 at Baptist Medical
switching frequency and the a smart meter." Go online and Sr. & Sybil. Serena Faulkner Maples enjoy the WWII Military museum he;cre- Center-Jacksonville,.
harmonic frequencies thereof. order "no smart meter" stick- Haddock, a school teacher & powerful ated in his basement, which he lovingly Born in Waukegan, IL, he was the
Very low SMPS may couple, ers and yard signs. Wake-your encourager in his life. Pony spent his youth shared with visitors. Whether it was a Boy youngest of two children born to the late
electrical switching noise back neighbors up to all of the health in Fernandina Beach, Florida, where his Scout troop, a Military Veteran or the George and Eleanora Caron Stangel. He
onto the main power line, caus-" dangers attributed to smart father owned and operated the local dews- widow of a soldier killed in service, Pony, was a 1947 graduate of Waukegan High
ing interference with A/V meters. Remember, it's your paper. Pony's father fostered a love of pho- placed great emphasison connecting with School after which time he enlisted and
equipment connected to the entire neighborhood's meters tography & benevolence in his son that each visitor in a personal way. served in the U.S. Air Force. After being
same phase. Non-power-factor 'that could affect you and your continued until his death. As the.end grew near, Pony continued honorably discharged, he returned home
corrected SMPS also cause har- loved ones. "Carve your name on hearts, not tomb- to display his characteristically positive, and attended Western Illinois University
monic distortion." I was told by Florida Public stones. A legacy is etched into the minds of grateful & humorous attitude, which chal- where he was a member of Delta Sigma
Many believe that this "dirty Utilities (Fernandina Beach divi- others and the stories they share ab9ut lenged others to follow his lead.It was dur- Phi. While a student there he met his future
electricity" generated by the sion) in November 2012 that you" Shannon Alder. These were words ing this time that Pony realized the fulfill- wife Mary Alice Schwagerman, whom he
smart meters switching mode FPU "currently have no plans to Pony innately lived by. Growing up during ment of his dream of documenting his would marry in 1954. The newlyweds set-
power supply (SMPS) is a major install smart meters." I have this WWII, Pony spent much of his youth eventful life in a biography named "The tied in Waukegan and started their family
contributor to the symptoms in writing also. Florida Power exploring Amelia Island, Florida. Pony was Life and Tales of Pony Maples, Jr." The in 1956 when Cherylwas born. Their first
(headaches, tinnitus, high blood and Light is currently installing a creative adventurer with a keen engi- process brought into clear focus the son, Greg, was born in. 1957. In 1960 the
pressure, insomnia, etc) being smart meters all over Nassau neering ability. Whether designing a slide Abundant Blessings God had bestowed. mily mofgedt ndenhurstwhere a sec-
reported by growing numbers County with no advance notifi- wire connecting his upstairs window to the tipon Pony throughout his life. ond: son, Rosswas b n. A fourth'child,
of people that have had smait cation. If you happen to be porch of his neighbor or capturing and 'Pony was a member of the Costco Suzanne, rounded out the family in 1963.'
meters installed. The 'opt out home the installer will notify releasing an alligator in the school hall- Veterans Group, Music City)'ntage Radio Throughout Mr. Stangel's career, he
for a price' mentioned earlier the homeowner that "your way to the shouts & screams of his fellow Club, WWII Historical Re-enactment worked as at)esign Engineer for various
would have the smart meter's power will be off for a few min- students, one thing was certain, Pony cre- Society, National Defense Industrial companies; primarily inthe Manufacturing
RF transmitting function turned utes." You can determine a RF ated indelible memories! Association, Tennessee Military Collectors Industry. In 1983, the family moved to
off, but this would not eliminate smart meter by simply looking Pony spent countless hours during his Association and afounding Member ofthe" Libertyville where they' remained until
the "dirty electricity" flowing at it. If it has digital read-out, youth at his beloved Fort Clinch, playing Re-enactment Community of St Louis. retiring and moving to Amelia Island in
into the home's wiring and it's a smart meter. Even if it does with the huge cannons inside the walled Graveside services willbe held at 10:00 1995. Since coming to Amelia Island, he and
would not prevent negative have dials, it could still be a fort at the mouth of the St. Marys River. am, on Saturday, June 1, 2013 atBosque .hiswifehave been memberspfSt. Michael,
health issues for the home- smart meter with a switched Here, he imagines encouinters with the Bell6 Cemetery, Fernandina Beach, FL Catholic Church. -
owners. As of June 2012, more mode power supply (SMPS). enemy, using binoculars to scout and iden- with Reverend Jackie Hayesi,officiating. Mr. Stangelwasa founding member of
than 60 cities and counties in Call or email both your coun- tify planes flying overhead or searching Military honors will be accorded at the the Pirate'slag Remote Control Boat Club
California havi demanded a ty commissioners and state rep- for submarines surfacing near the Florida graveside by the United States Air Force dfAmelia Island. He enjoyed paintihgwith
moratorium on smart meters. resentatives and let them know 'coastline. His love-of all things .WWII, HonorsDetail. watercolors,g~deniig and being near the
Thirteen counties have even you're against the installation Patriotism & airplanes led;Pony to collect In lieu of flowers, Memorial Donations ocean. Always an Engineer at heart, he
criminalized smart meters. A of smart meters on your home. many WWII Surplus items. Ifi his teens, 'may be given to Pony's favorite charities: A. always had a project onging in his garage;
landmark smart meter opt-out Imagine what it would be like Pony purchased his first airplane from a .Soldiers (hild,',,' whether itbe buildingalarge-scale model
legal case was won in Maine 'living in a condominium with newspaper ad, learning to fly itfon the way' and Ope-ation Stand Down Nashville, 'boat, welding new pieces of yard art or
and Hawaii, setting a precedent dozens of these meters on the home from a neighboring qtate. Pony grad- building his own plane.
for the nation. wall outside a living area. uated from Fernandina High School and :Please share his life.story at www.oxley- Mr. Stagelleveslhind hiswife of 59
:Fires from smart meters If you have a smart meter enlisted in the U.S. Navy. His continued years, MaryA. Stangel,Aislia Island, FL,
have been reported in Florida, already, the power companies love of flying found Pony moving on to tiWe Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors their children, Cheryl Rejc, Jerry), Grays
Illinois; Maryland, Alabama, are going to be defensive and U.S. Air Force in' 1954, studying Lake, IL, Greg Stangel, Antioch, IL, Ross
Califo.nia, Canada and British argue with you about replacing Electronics, Cohmunications & Sonar. BrendaGjay Stangel, Antioch, FL Suanne Longshore
Columbia. One British them with an analog meter. You Pony finished his Air Force years flying F- De oRimo Mynes (Glerin), LakeVille;IL,:abrothe inlaw, Bill
Columbia homeowner suffered can go online and purchase an 84-G Thunder Jets and .achieving 'Top De Schwagerman, McHenry, IL, a sister in
a house fire caused by a smart analog meter ($49 plus ship- Gun" status in his squadron. ., Mrs. Brenda Gay DeRaimo Mynes, age law, Kay Hickey, River Forest, JL six grand-
meter after it was installed. ping) and demand that the After leaving the, US Air Force, Pony 69, of FernandinalBeach, Florida passed 'children and five nephews and a niece.
Nearby, the Mission Fire power company replaces your went to theater school at The Pasadena away at her residence on Sunday morn- The Memorial Masswillbe held at 11:00
j '.'Th h' s.. Playhouse in Callfrnia. Using his the -n,, May 19, 2013, sroundedby her qv- oa p ,Je l t.S i el
an h kI3Washiay'Oernhervn Brauniig fam.ily Catholic 'Church with"Father. Gerard,
leaped to a neighbor's home from the power companies and at the Jet.Propulsiori Laboratories. While in She was born on February 25, 1944 in O'Shea, officiating!
originated at an insulating lug of .provocateurs will all respond to California, Pony met and married Edith Ameagle, West Virginia- His family will receive friends follow-
the meter.base." The report this 'article with seemingly Signa Carlson, Who survives, & became and was a graduate :of ing the service at a reception to be held
,Went on to say that the meter strong arguments about the 'father to Beverly. The birth of Dana fol- Sherman High School in at Burn Halls of St. Peter's Episcopal
base appeared to be cracked "proven safety". and bogus lowed in 1960 & Constance in 1963. Seth, WV. Formerly of Church.
and "radiated heat to combust health danger claims. Don't Adventures continued as Pony moved Henrico, North Carolina, In lieu of flowers, memorial contribu-
the wall at or near the meter believe them! Do your own the family to Hawaii and worked in the Mrs. Mynes later moved tions may be made-to the Salvation Army
base." The power company, BC research. Follow the money South Pacific at EniwetokAtoll, tracking the to 'Fernandina Beach, Hope House of Nassau.County, 410 South
Hydro, argued that the meter trail. Literallybillions of dollars first Soviet Manned Space Mission & Soviet 'Florida, where she has 9th Street, Fernandina Beach, FL32034. .
base is part of the hbouse and have been spent on the rollout rockets. Satellite Beach, FL was the next been a resident forthe Pleasesharehislife stry atwww.oxley-
any damage is the customer's- of these smart meters world- stop; where Pony was Launch Conductor past seven years. She was a loving house- heard,com.
responsibility.' wide. Power companies for Apollo 7,8 & 9. wife and of the Baptist faith. Oxley-HeardFuneral Directors
What do all of these nega- have full-time staff that are paid The 1970's found Pony in Nashville, Mrs. Mynes leaves behind her husband
tive health effects'mean to you? to dispute and unravel the TN, working closely with KayHorton, his of 52 years, Mr. Roy L Mynes of salT i ilOTIC
Smart meters negatively affect truth thrbugh disinformation future wife, a Vanderbilt University Fernandina Beach, FL, her parents, Okey Ill I C L
thie health of nearly everyone., policies. rofessor & Speech Pathologist Pony put and Priscilla DeRaimo of Charleston, WV,
The folks with electromagnetic Do your homework. Google his former-training in video technology to -her childrenMarkEdwaid Myes (HazeD Chrisopher J, Herron, 63, Fernan
'hypersensitivity (EHS) are' "smart meter health dangers" :use,, becoming a pioneer in the field of of OakIsland, NCiandiAngelaMynesWitt dina Beach, died on Tuesday, May 21,
immediately affected. Others orgo on,YotiTube)and took at video monitoring; instructing teachers & (I'erry) o'fBlue Springs, MO, two brothers: 2013.
may not hnotice the effdcts for : sbie' short videos and hear parents with hearing and speech impaired John and Okey DeRaimo, two sisters: O ~-HedrdAfneralDirectors
years, even decades. Remem- first-hand what smart meters children. CaiolynPrice and Rosemary Massey, and Helen T. Vine, 92, died on Saturday.
ber, it is the incremental slow aredong to peoples health. Pony's business relationship with Kay her' grandchildren, Mqrcus, Jeremy, and May 18,2013.
burn effectfor most of us. We God bless America. and his years of collecting military items led Hannah Mynes and Lauren Earhart HardageGiddensHendricks Chapet
eventually get prescribed med- References: to yet another business endeavor. The cou- Services will be held Saturday at 11:00 Jacksonville
ications for blood pressure, www.michiganstopsmartmeters. ___
insomnia, tinnitus, etc., without corn Scientific Consensus ....
ever realizing the true cause of' wiiw.ernfsafetynetwork.rg/
these health issues. Both the TIC ITE TI T NI D
wireless radiation -from the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO CONSIDER
smart meters and the "dirty ' ...
electricity" are suspected car- electric/reports/smartmeter/ ENACTII:ENT O ORDINANCE
cinogens. They have also been ]Smareter *Nassau County proposes to amend theN lassau County Land Development Code by adopting the following Ordinance:
,associated with autism, / .

s ek s te rro r t p S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning and Zoning Board of Nassau County will conduct a public hear-.
^- ''1'ing On Tesday,mJune4, 2013 at 7:00 PM regardiig the proposed o^ditiance. Also, the Nassau County Board of
SMembers of the Regional are! Datapoints combineto ce-r County Conmissione will conduct public hearings onMonday, July 801 'antiMon yly 2,2013 at7:00
Domestic Security Task Force "ate intelligence. And good intel- PM. The public hearings will be held at the James S. Page G6vernmental Complex:, 96135 Nassau Place, Yulee,
Region 3 announced a new irit- ligence is the best toolwe have Florida 32097 ..
tiative designed to help citizens .. in preventing and stopping trag-
throughout Northeastand north ic crimes," said Sheriff Bill All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearings and to be heard. Copies of the proposed
'central Florida become more Leeper.
comfortable with reporting spe- Funding came from the State Ordinance and supporting information are available for inspection in the office of the Nassau County Growth
Scific suspicious behaviors often Homeland Security Grant Management Department, 96161 Nassau Place, Yulee, FL 32097. Comments may also be directed in writing to
linked to terrorist activity. They Program, administered by the the Growth Management Department, e-mailed to agregory@nassaucountyfl.coin, or received by telephoneat
law enforcement by using their Homeland SecurityS. "We cannot (904) 491-7328. All comments will become part of the record in this matter and subject to Florida's public
phone arid/or the Internet. succeed in the war on terror- records law.
iWATCH is an educational ism without.the public's assis-
program being rolled out by 13 tance," stressed Leeper. Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to participate in this program or activity should con-
sherif including in Nassatue a thatbe alnra- tact 491-7328 at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance to request such accommodation.
Nassau County's website is- ableto attacksbycriminalswho ' or want to harm or kill many peo- THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY
call 1-888-908-5368. pleatone time. We knowthat in DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD, AGENCY OR COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER
"I remain convinced that the today's environment we have to CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING HE/SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEED-
public wants to help us if they watch our farms and dairies; our
can. There is excellent educa- boatyardsand buildings;oursta- INGS AND FOR THAT PURPOSE, MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PRO-
tional information on this web- diums and schoolhouses. We all CEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH
site, and it providesadditional, live in communities that have APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
easy ways citizens can report football games and marathons.
suspicious behavior 'or acts Protecting our freedom and our
online, on the phone, or on a way of life might be easier for
mobile phone. I don't want any- people if we can help them
one to think that in these bad become comfortable with their
and dangerous times the spe- suspicions, and nowwe're giving Daniel B. Leeper, Chair Thomas Ford, Chair
cific, suspicious behaviors wit- them a simple tool to use to Nassau County Board of County Commissioners Nassau County Planning and Zoning Board
nessed by a citizen aren't impor- report those suspicious activi-
tant to law enforcement. They ties they see."

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n The following report was corn- ordered to pay $1,972.88 in out- a controlled substance and was grand theft of a controlled sub- pleaded not-guilty to two counts was served an affidavit and
piled by Angela Daughtry, News- standing costs. Nassau County adjudicated guilty. Probation stance, of trafficking in a controlled sub- denied three counts of violation
- Leader staff, from the May 16 cases are to run concurrently was revoked and terminated Timothy Weston Greene stance and sale, manufacture or of probation being served for
court docket of Circuit Court with Duval County cases and and he was sentenced to 13 pleaded not guilty to two counts delivery of a controlled sub- three counts of sale or delivery
Judge Robert M. Foster must be served first. months in Florida State Prison of burglary of a structure, bur- stance. of cocaine..
N Emily Carol Alveranga E Anthony Michael Castag- with credit for time served, to glary of a structure or con- A jury trial date of July 15 0 Marvin Alton Roberts III
submitted a written plea of not nino admitted to a violation of ruriconcurrently, and ordered veyance, petit theft, and two was set for Amber Lynn pleaded guilty to a lesser-includ-
guilty to sale, delivery, purchase probation being served for driv- to pay $1.457.06 in outstanding counts of grand theft. McKinlay, charged with neglect ed charge of felony battery, bat-
or manufacture of marijuana ing while license suspended, costs." Ryan Greer Haddock was of a child with great bodily harm tery on a law enforcement offi-
and possession of a controlled habitual offender, possession of N Christen Kelley Dunaway, served an affidavit and denied a and child neglect with no great cer and resisting arrest with
substance. less than 20 grams of cannabis, pleaded guilty to sale or delivery violation of probation being bodily harm. violence and adjudication was
Shirley Marlene Bilodeau no citation, and possession of of cocaine and was adjudicated served for dealing in stolen 0 Kelvin Johmer Melendez withheld. He was sentenced to
submitted a written plea of not drug paraphernalia and was guilty. She was sentenced to 13 property. pleaded not guilty to two counts time served in Nassau County
guilty to possession of a con- adjudicated guilty. Probation months in a state prison with 0 Lynnwood Wayne Hatton of sale, delivery, purchase or Jail followed by 18 months pro-
trolled substance without a pre- was revoked and terminated credit for time served, to run Jr. submitted a written plea of manufacture of marijuana. bation and must have a
scription. and he was sentenced to 60 concurrently, and ordered to not guilty to sale, delivery, pur- Jamarra Donnette Moses drug/alcohol evaluation within
Benjamin James Blount days in Nassau County Jail with pay $498 in court costs, $150 to chase, manufacture of marijua- pleaded guilty to driving while 60 days, a mental evaluation
pleaded guilty to driving while credit. for time served since the Regional Conflict Counsel na. license suspended, habitual within 30 days, and follow all
license suspended or revoked, April 23, and oidered to pay and $100 to the State Attorney's N Glenn William James was offender, and was adjudicated recommended treatment. He
felony, and was adjudicated $1,441.57 in outstanding costs. Office. served an affidavit and denied a guilty. He was sentenced to 90 -must also enroll in a batterers
guilty. He was sentenced to 90 N Carol Anne Chase plead- 0 Lisa Marie Ferguson violation of probation being days in Nassau County Jail with intervention program within 30
days in Nassau County Jail with ed not guilty to grand theft of a pleaded not guilty to possession served for driving while license credit for time served and days and follow all. recom-
credit for time served and controlled substance. of a controlled substance with- suspended, habitual offender. ordered to pay $398 in court mended treatment, attend at'
ordered to pay $398 in court E Dana Rochelle Cline out a prescription and driving Brandon Matthew Jones costs and $100. to the State least three Alcoholics
costs, $150 to the Public pleaded not guilty to two counts under the influence of alcohol or admitted to a violation of pro- Attorney's Office. Anonymous meetings per week
Defender's Office and $100 to of possession of a controlled drugs. bation being served for dealing 0 Tyress Rishad Noble and have no violent contact with
the State Attorney's Office. substance without a prescrip- E Raymond Edward Ford in stolen property and was adju- pleaded guilty to contributing the victim. He was ordered to
Lisa Dawn Browning tion. pleaded not guilty to burglary dicated guilty. Probation was to the delinquency of a minor pay $398 in court costs, $352 in
admitted to a violation of pro- 0 KaitlynAnn Costley sub- with assault or battery, tamper- revoked and terminated and he and was adjudicated guilty. He surcharges, $150 to the Public
bation being served for disor- mitted a written plea of not ing with a witness, possession of was sentenced to .12 months in was not prosecuted-on a charge Defendei-'s Office and $100 to
derly intoxication, possession guilty to leaving the scene of an less than 20 grams of cannabis, Nassau County Jail with credit of lewd or lascivious battery. He the State Attorney's Office.
of drug paraphernalia; posses- accident involving personal no citation, and driving while for time served since April 3 was sentenced to 12 months Steven Anthony Rodri-
sion of cocaine and possession injury, license suspended or revoked. and ordered to pay $1031.58 in probation with no victim' con- guez admitted to a violation of
of a controlled substance with- 0 Jessica Danette Davis- N Sheila Renee Forehand outstanding costs., tact. He must also btajn iidi- probation being served for
out a prescription and to a vio- Juneau pleaded not guilty to pleaded guilty to two counts of 0 Brian Keith Jordan admit- vidual behavioral counseling aggravated fleeing or eluding
lation of probation for intro- possession of a controlled sub- sale or delivery of a controlled ted to a violation of probation within 30 days, must submit to with ijury or damage and was
ducing contraband into a county stance without a prescription., substance and was adjudicated being served for stalking, retal- an HIV and hepatitis test arid adjudicated guilty. Probation
jail and was adjudicated guilty. 0 Jessica Danette Davis- guilty. She was sentenced to iating against a witness without release the test results to the was'revoked and terminated
Probation was revoked and ter- Juneau pleaded' not guilty to seven months in Nassau County bodily harm, criminal mischief victiw, must submit to random and he was sentenced to 30
minated and she was sentenced possession of a controlled sub- Jail with creditfor time served, $1,000 or greater, and was adju- urinalysis, must submit to a days in Nassau County Jail with
to six months in Nassau County stance without a prescription, followed by 24 months .drug dicated guilty. Probation was DNAtest and is notto consume no credit for time served, fol-
Jail in each case, to run con-. 0 Christen Kelley Dunaway offender probation. She must revoked and terminated and he drugs or alcohol: He was lowed by 18 months Commu-
currently, with credit for time admitted violation ofgrobation undergo adrug/alcohol evalu- was sentenced to nine months ordered to pay $398 in court nity Control Level I. Outstan-
served since May 16. She was being served for posession of ation within 60, days and ran- in Nassau CountyJailwith cred- costs, $150 to the Public ding costs were paid in full.
dom urinalysis and was ordered it for time served since March Defender's Office and $100 to Alyssa Marie Ruiz pleaded
to pay a total of $996 in court 24 and ordered to pay $2,987.38 the State Attorney's Office. not guilty to grand theft of a
costs and $200 to the State in outstanding costs. Brandon Christopher contitrblled substance and bur-
Attorney's Office. E Deborah Boggs Lane Oetjen was served an affidavit glary of a dwelling.
SEvan Corey Fullwood pleaded guilty to grand theft and denied 8 counts of violation Matthew Curtis Sanders
Siii!J pleaded guilty straight up to the and dealing in stolen property of probation being served for 8 was served an affidavit and
JO E court to possession of a movie and was adjudicated guilty. She counts of burglary to a struc- denied a' violation of probation
S to promote sexual performance was sentenced to two years in a ture or conveyance arid one being served for grand theft.
by a child, and two counts of state prison with credit for time count of violation of proliation A jurytrial date of Sept. 9
Sirr in promoting sexual performance served, followed by three years being served for burglary to a was set for Henry E Sariark
SCertifiedeathy Mulchyofr' by a child. His sentencing hear- probation. She was ordered to structure or conveyance and Jr., charged.with two counts of
*ZI OI|.D .Hs. SafeShot Firearm Instruction, ing is May 30. pay $2,328 in restitution to the grand theft. aggravated assault/domestic
is offering introductory pistol orien- Kama Shante Gainey victim, $398 in court costs, $150 N Brandon Christopher violence,.aggravated assault,
lf tation and concealed carry courses. pleaded not guilty to four counts to the Public Defender's Office Oetjen pleaded not guilty to traf- felony battery and obstructing
All classes include use of firearms, of sale, manufacture or deliv- and $100 to the State Attorney's ficking in a controlled sub- or opposing a policeofficer with-
W .. .. W ammunition, and safety gear. Class ery of a controlled substance, -Office. Any additional restitu- stance. out violence.
JOSEPH 8i PARRISH size is a maximum of 4 students. All possession of a listed chemical tion is reserved for 60 days. 0 Leonard William Owens Tessa Amelia Tulloh
"h OwlneriAgen courses meet the requirements for with manufacture of a controlled E Henry Joseph Lannon III III pleaded not guilty to pos- admitted to a violation of pro-
the Florida Concealed Weapons substance, and possession of a pleaded not guilty to sale, man- session of a controlled sub- bation being served for grand
463241 ES 200 cense. controlled substance. ufacturV or delivery of a con- htance without a prescription, theft and violation of probation
Yulee, AFL 32097 Go to 0 William Alexander trolled snbstance, possession two counts of sale or delivery of being served for fraudulent use
(904)f 2254855 or call 583-2138 for further details. George III pleaded not guilty to of a listed,chemical with manu- a controlled substance and fail- of a credit Card and'was adjudi-
S _____ _____ burglary of a dwelling and facture of a controlled substance' ure to comply with a registration cated guilt1. Probation was rein-
ahd possession of a controlled law. stated in each case with the
substance. E Robert Daniiel Popwell II added condition that she must
.- .Garet LIe Massengill was was served an affidavit and complete the Gateway Program
served a ffidavit and admited denied two counts of A of jas inpaient, dutppietnd
served for sale, manufacture or manufacture or delivery of a are concurrent. In a third case
delivery of a controlled sub- controlled substance, two Tulloh pleaded guilty to grand
stance and an affirmation of counts of violation of probation theft and was adjudicatedguilty.
guilt was reaffirmed'. Probation being served for uttering forged She was not prosecuted on a
was continued-with the same bills and a violation of proba- charge of burglary of a struc-
terms and conditions, includ- ti6n being served for posses- ture or conveyance. She was
ing substance abuse counsel- sion of a controlled substance sentenced to time served in
ing. without a prescription.
0 Christopher Lyle McCue E Brandon Romayne Rauls COURTS Continued on 11A

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Garrett Pelican of the News- 39244SilverTrail, Hilliard, May 0 Glenn William James, 38, S P A Y N E
SLeader wrote thisfrom oral and 17, sale of a controlled sub- 85024 Deleene Road, Yulee,
written reports by the Nassau stance, sale of marijuana, bond May 14, violation of probation -
County Sheriff's Office, the city $30,000. driving while license suspend-
of Fernandina Beach Police 0 Timothy Ar net Bagley, ed or revoked (habitual offend- i, vv A'
Department and other agencies. 42, 2646 Amelia Road, er).
Arrest indicates suspicion of a Fernandina Beach, May 16, William Joseph Mann, 35,
crime, not guilt. sale and delivery of a controlled Nassau County Jail, Yulee, May
Anyone with information substance. 14, violation of probation- lewd LUN CH FO R LESS TH AN $10 00!
about criminal activity can con- N Edgar Eduardo Escarega, and lascivious battery.
tact the Fernandina Beach 30, 17 S. Third St., Apt. C, U Joshua ShaneYarbrough, Choice of any of the following select offerings from 11:00 AM to 3:OOPM Daily.
Police Department at 277-7342 Fernandina Beach, May 16, 21, 36073 J.W. .Elliot Drive, (This includes rolls and butier and your beverage*)
or the Nassau County Sheriff's sale and delivery of marijuana. Callahan, May 13, Nassau -Baked potato loaded with cheese & bacon, and any small salad-
Office anonymously by calling . Carrie Jo Tadlock, 34, County warrant fleeing andMeatloaf stuffed baked potato ith tomato sauce & cheese
225-0147 in Yulee and 241578 CR 121, Hilliard, May attempting to elude law enforce- stuffed
Fernandina Beach or 879-2136 16, Nassau County warrant ment officers, battery on a law -Pot Roast stuffed baked potato with brown gravy-
'in Callahan, Hilliard and sale and delivery of opium or enforcement officer, driving -"Dirty Rice" topped with grilled.or fried chicken-
Bryceville. The "We Tip" pro- derivative, bond $2,500. under the influence, possession -Fried Fish Sandwich with cheese and fries-'
gram 1-800-78CRIME also Brian Dale Broussard, 41, of less than 20 grams of mari- -A half pound burger with choice of toppings and fries~
allows callers to leave anony- 95083 Blue Lane, Fernandina juana, possession of drug ies
mous tips. Beach, May 16, possession of paraphernalia, bond $118,000, ~Veggie Plate, your choice of any five veggies-
amphetamine, no additional information avail- -Any small salad topped with chicken cooked your way-
Pottedplants M-Michael HenryAlverson, able. -Half.& Half-
weeded out 42, 95082 Frank Ward Road, E Vincent Ralph Regina, 48, A cup-of any soup and half of any one of these sandwiches:
Fernandina Beach, May 16, Jacksonville, May 13, out-of- Roasted Chicken BLT
A 23-year-old Callahan man Nassau County warrant sale state warrant, Mississippi vio- Shrimp Salad
was jailed, on a felony drug and delivery of a controlled sub- lation of probation, no bond.. Griled Cheese, Bacon & Tomato
r. Girilled Cheese, Bacon & Tomato
charge May 14: after leading stance, bond $25,000. E Thomas Watson Hutchin-
sheriff's deputies to his mari- N William Kyle Baughn, 19, son III, 45, 44034 Maplewood Turkey & Dressing
juana garden following an 2019 Cashen Wood Drive, Court, Callahan, May 13, pos- $9
anonymous tip that he was Fernandina Beach, May 16, session of cocaine, driving JUST $ .99 EACH!
Sgrowing plants there, accord- Nassau County warrant sale under the influence, possession *Beverages ihclude soft drinks, coffee, hot or iced tea, or bottled water
ing to a deputy's report. and delivery of a controlled sub- of less than 20 grams of mari-
Robert Warren Smith, of stance, bond $25,000. juana.
56126 BoggyTrail, was booked U Tyrone Telfair Holmes, 0 Micha NajafiKapourchali,
into Nassau County Jail on a 31,227 Division St., Fernandina 31, Vienna, Va., May i13, pos- Barbara Jean's Restaurant 960030 Gateway Blvd. Amelia Island, FL 320A4 (904) 277-3700 .
felony charge of cultivation of Beach 1May 16, Nassau County session of a controlled sub- At The Base OfThe A1A BR-id e on Amelia Island
marijuana, his arrest report warrant-, sale of cocaine, boIid stance without a prescription. At The Base Of The A1A Bride on Ameia Island
.' said. Smith remains in custody $25,006.
on a $20,000 bond. N Thomas Allen Lybns, 38,
Acting on a tip, investiga- 218 North 15th St., Fernandina
tors went to Smith's residence Beach, May 16, Nassau County
about 2:31 p.m., according to warrant-sale of cocaine, bond
'the report. There, Smith $50,000. .
allegedly told investigators he I! Ryan Greer Haddock, 31,
had been growing several 95552 Arbor Lane, Fernandina
plants for about two months. each, May 15, failure to
and voluntarily led them to a appear sale of controlled sub-'
grassy field on the property, stance, violation of probation -
where 11 potted plants were dealing in stolen property, no
scattered,' the report said.' bond. GO 6 Further
Deputies seized the plants and U Richard Henry Lee Jr., 19,' . .... 'i
: arrested Smith on the spot. 85423 Angie Road, Yulee, May
S.15, Nassau County warrant -
F elron y s domestic battery, criminal mis-
S chief, bond $3,000. *
M James Edward Moment, N Debra A. Walker, 45, 7 C M l
23, 1404 Beech St., Fernan'dina 151495 CR 108, Hilliard, May I
Beach, May 17, sale of mari- 14, driving while license sus-
juana. pended or revoked (habitual
1 William Alan Petree, 29, offender).

Crime drops

TALLAHASSEE -The 2012 courage of each and every
Annual Uniform Crime Report Florida Sheriff, deputy sheriff
shows Florida's crime rate and law enforcement officer in
dropped 6.5 percent compared the state. We are making a dif-
to 2011. ference day by day and through
The total numberof crimes such joint initiatiyes as the
fell 5.7 percent from last year, Florida Sheriffs Task Force, V6,AC, AM/FMD, Remote Keyless EnyTilt,ruise, PW P, 6peed Automtic, AM/FMCD, R ote Keyle .
which translates. into 43,536 whose recent five-week opera- Lether-Wrpped Steering Wheel w/Audio Conrols, &Much More! Entry, Tilt, Cruise, PW PL,&uch More!
fewer ciimes in 2012. The num- tion focused on protecting our
Sberofmviolent crimes as down youth from the dangers of alco- A4 ,2 II
4.3 percent, or 4,218 fewer hol, tobacco and illegaldrugs." 1' $
Scrimes reported. Non-violent crime ,
The complete 2012 Annual decreased 5.9 percent, or a
Uniform Crime Report, includ- reduction of 39,318 reported Da I $ D l D Is: $
ing county by county break- crimes compared to 2011. The
Sdowns, can be found on FDLE's value of stolen property 1w w I"OUR ai a | m y W M '
dwebsite 'at decreased by 9.1 percent while ant YOUR Carl You Ot Have To Trade It In We Will Buy i the value of property recovered
"It is because of the hard increased 2.7 percent. Total ..
work of Florida's law enforce- arrests increased 0.8 percent
ment'community that we can from 2011.
celebrate today's great news Overall domestic' violence 2001Jleep Grand Cherokee LTD M 210 MPerury Milan Prinlur
Sabout Florida's crime rate," fell 3.3 percent. While there Leather, Sunroof! .. 37* Miles! 'lu l Scott said "Havinga.' were 3,63,5 fewer victims o1fn aa T $low s
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opportu4ities for lorida fami- 'the largest group of victis 'in 20085!1 oopl IbelSpo $r 20090 M arsds-Bm z 8300 Lr
lieu, and making our state the this category, with spouses
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work or raise a family." group. 2004 F0rillu "asa !T $O1 2688 Lui sl250
Florida Department of Law Crimes committed by V8, Sonic Bluel l eather, Stanroofl
Enforcement Commissioner firearms continue to drop in
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testimony to the dedication and statistics in 1971.

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Continuedfrom 1OA and she was sentenced to nine '"
Nassau County Jail and must months in Nassau County Jail, 2 5" M 4 l]
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able in.the Gateway Program. ordered to pay $3,731.52 in out- ieb ateRe b a te"
admitted to four counts of vio- U James Leroy Wright R r m a, lrp h. Picr sghmtm "Relalpwdcdwl- u. ulm
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: Ethan Cacciatore, above left, checks out a sea urchin and a starfish at the Parks & Recreation booth in the Kid's
Niche at the seventh annual Wild Amelia Nature Festival Eco Expo on Saturday at the Atlantic Avenue Recreation

Raelin Tew, above center, colors a horseshoe crab picture at the Nassau County Extension booth. Katelin Collings
of the Sea to Shore Alliance makes change for a customer after selling a plush baby sea turtle, above right. Below,
Emily Palmer from the Timucuan Preserve, one of 30 nature organizations represented at the Wild Amelia Nature
festival, shows off a wild boar skull. Organizers estimate about 2,000 people residents and visitors participated
in eventsduring the three-day festival, including a sea turtle release by the Georgia Sea Turtle Center at Main
* each, eco tours and photography classes. :, --

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Yttlee High School's football team.split intoJ;wo squads Friday night for the annual Green and Gold spring ittrasquad scrimmage game. Green won 20-6. "I was pleased over-
all," said Bobby Ramsay, head fojatbl coao at Yulee. "For an intrasquad scrimmage, it was a pretty clean gacme. It was good to come out of the game healt. We had referees,
ere was definitely a game typeel whichhopeflywl helpis eekStill, it's us versus us, you don't really knowmuc until you play an opponent You're always
looking to se'e individual improvement, I thought a lot of players showed that they have improved greatly. Morgan Sutton, RJ. Adams, Jed Marsh are some guys who showed
they have improved defensively. Both quarterbacks did a nice job too. Wealsoad some plymakers show what they could d, like ronne Cey and Cad Kern. Nathan Hoyle
led the offensive line." The Yulee Hornets travel to Nease Fridayfor a spring scrimmage game. ickoff is at 7 p.m. The varsi wi play three U nior varsity one.
Fernandina Beach traveled to Baldwin Tuesday for the springjamboree. ..-. :." ... ..

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Hook cobia, gag grouper this spring

eep-sea fishermen
have been biting at
the bit to catch
. Amelia Island gag
grouper, considering the
recreational harvesting of gag
grouper was
closed from
Jan. 1 to 5
April 30.
The black
sea bass and
red snapper
fishery is r.:
currently .
shut donwn
OUTDOORS too, giving .
..- deep-sea
ut ulery pfishermen
T-, y few options.
The gag grouper season r
,opened May 1 and cobia are
legal to catch as well.
An increase in the annual
catch limits could be put in .
place by the South Atlantic ........
Marine Council at its June ; ..... selet
meeting in Stuart. This would ,
hopefully result in a longer m
lack sea bass season for. the
2013-14 season. Also a red M
snapper season may reopen ry
during the second week of
Cobia are legal to harvest .
all year but typically begin to
make their way into Amelia ie
Island nearshore waters dur-
ing the spring fishing season.
Gag.grouper season opened
May 1, which now gives off- -
shore fishermen good reason
for testing somie of Amelia
Island's most popular style of
saltwater angling.
Cobia has to top the list as
one of Amelia Island's most
popular gamefish. The big .PHOTOS BYTERRY IACOSS/SPECIAI
atttracti6n for saltwater fisher- Paul Braeger is pictured with a nice Amelia Island gag grouper..
men is the opportunity to
sight fish, stock and cast to a
hard fighting gamefish swim- involves running the beaches menhaden schools or simply loop knot is preferred when lures when rigged to jig the full position, Six- to seven-
ming just under the surface. while sight fishing-for free free swim along the beaches. fishing with jigs or lures. A hooks or weighted wom. foot spin or boatrods should
Cobia is a wide shouldered, swimming cobia following the Shipping channel buoys Palomar knot is recommend- hooks. Once again, cast the employ a heavy butt section
hard fighting gamefish that rays or holding close to or are also an excellent struc- ed when attaching the shock swim bait several feet ahead with a medium-heavy action
typically weighs from 30-60 feeding on large schools of ture for holding spring cobia, leader to a bait hook. of sighted cobia while impart- rod,tip. A six-foot section of'
pounds. Cobia is excellent beach menhaden. along with sunken wrecks, Angling tactics for First ing a steady retrieve into the 100-pound fluorocarbon
table fare, grilled, fried or Tower-rigged boats allow jetty rocks and floating Coast cobia include casting a cobia's strike zone. shock leader is recommended
broiled. Florida's IGFA cobia fishermen a bird's eye debris. Cobia will also hold at three-ounce yellow feathered Beware of landing green with a 7/0 live bait hook tied
.record is a 103.12-pound view of cobia holding just nearshore live bottom ledges, jig rigged with a white six- cobia. Be prepared by having to the business end 6f the
cobia caught off Destin. under the surface or under where excellent concentra inch. plastic curly tail several your fish box open, gaff the shock leader. A four to eight-
A major spring cobia mi- large rays. Cobia fishermen tions of baitfish are found. feet past a sight-fished cobia cobia just behind the head ounce egg sinker is threaded
gration works its way north without a tower boat will often Standard cobia fishing and rip the jig past the cobia's and swing the cobia right into onto the shock leader that
from South Florida to North- stand on the top of the con- tackle includes a seven- to head. Minnow-type saltwater the fish box. Close the lid. eventually pins the live
-|eastlorida's Firtteoast: sole w.cooler, oreven takea eight-foot r hedium heavy, .plugs include.the Miure, n nGag groufji iae plentCrb) eigtibupenbait rlghto nthe hoa
when ocean water tempera,:,. high perch on aefold-down. i, actioonspinaing!rodwitha 77nt.orp113 MRpThe 3Hogyis-r "attoffsho uhe-locheadges, (se ,tomA fferingtanpasycatGhm
tures heat up to 70 degrees ladder. size 5,000 spinning reel filled also a deadly plastic lure that sunken wrecks and live bot- for foraging grouper,
and warmer. Many cobia fishermen pre- with 30-pound braided fishing mimics a live eel. Live baits toms. Best angling tactic for Best baits for gag grouper
First Coast cobia also mi- fer sight fishing along the line. A six-foot section of 40- include eel, pinfish, men- gag grouper includes filling include live pinfish, men-
grate from their winter deep beaches during a high flood- pound fluorocarbon shock haden; a favorite is a live blue your spinning or level wind haden, mullet or cigar min-
Water haunt to the beaches ing tide when water clarity is leader is attached to the crab. fishing reel with 50-pound nows. Gag grouper must
ind inlets during late spring. best. Cobia will typically swim braided fishing line using Swim baits are also becom- braided fishing line and then measure at least 24 inches
main cobia fishing tactic under rays, hide deep under back-to-back Uni knots A ing extremely popular cobia tightening down the drag to with fish bag limit.

just offhr o th St. M y l

Tides, Sun. & M oo: Ma 22-29, 2,013 The city of Fernandina 13 and up (13-15 withadult per person per day. Email

W se 6.27A High 6 .49Aa6a44 Hio 10eir 7is 3n rinday night men's sIron $3 a day for city residents, $5 Curtis and rcurtisbjc@gmail.
5/22 Moonrise S:46P Low 127P 0.08' 5/26 Low4:16P 0.57 Man" one-pitch softball tour- non-city; $25/31 per month; co or Jerry Yarborough at

Sunset 8:IP High 7 oo29P Mos 8 High I07P 829' nament at 7 p.m. May31 at $120/150 for six months; or
Moonset 5:03A Low l:36A 0522' I Sunrise 6.25A Low504A -0.4 the Ybor Alvarez softball fields $18025 for a year. Junior lifeguard program
Thur. Sunrise 6,26A Hi"7:4A 64.6' U.O. Moonset 8:58A H 3on Bailey Road.. Six-team o p Soccer Made in America e June 10-140or B e
S. / High I 27A 7.07' maximum, 40-minute time camp is June 24-28 at the -Atlantic Avenue Recreations
5/23 Monrise 65P Low l47 -0.22 58/2 Sunset 8:20P Low4508P -0.39' limit. Home runs decided by Fernandina Beach athletic Center pool for ages 10-15
'Sunset :ISP High "2 7.8' Moonrse_ 00_Hi7P 8 umpire rolling one di. Teams complex on Bailey Road. from 9a.m. to 4tp.m. (8 acm.
Moonset .5:53A Low :30A 0.12' Sunrise 6.24A High L2z00A 8.14' supply Classic M softballs. Camp is from 9 am. to noon to 6 p rm. Wednesday and
Sunrise 6.26A High842A 6.80' Tu S* Moonset 10:0SA L~5:5H A -0.30' Round robin format. Top four for ages 4-17 and includesT- Friday due to field trips). Must
5/24 Moonrise 8:01P Low 2032P -0.42' 5/28 Sunset. .8:21P High 12.23 7.06' teams advance to champi- shirt. Bring soccer balls, water be able to swim 25 yards con-
Sunset 8:19P High 9:19 .' Moonrise I:P Lw3P -0.08' onship or third-place game. and shin guards. Fee is $155 tinuously and tread water for
Full Moon 12:274 Low 322A -0.35' Sunrise 6.24A High l253A 7.88' Prizes for first-third places. for the first family member, two minutes. Registero t the
Satr Sunrise 6.25A High 9'37A 6.94' W ed. Low 6:50A -0.09' Entry fee4is s$220.peadline is $145 for the second. Register center. Cost is $10 for city res-
Moonset 6:49P Moonset 11:1 IA May 29, Contact Jason at through June21 at the idents, $150 non-city.
M/25 oonise 8:01PH Low1:02P -0.29' 5/29 S 8:22P High 18:2P 7.02' 277-72t 6 or Atlantic Avenue Recreation Snorkeling class for ages
5/25- M oSunset 8:07P[High L :109P 8.259 52 Sunset 8:P Low 702P 0.30' Atlantic Center fitness Center.. eight and up isJuly 1-3 at the

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Dorsey captures Friday blitz title oac.Acap
]ctBasi soccer players and certified
Forty-eight players showed for last managed by Billy Casper Golf have part- The Pirate Basketball ble while s last. To
Wednesday's blitz at the Fernandina GOLF NEWS nered with Callaway Golf for the second Camp will be held at Fernan- able while supplies last. To
Beach Golf Club. Kent Johnson (76, plus annual "Putterpalooza." dina Beach High School for call (904) 335-1103.
9) took top honors. Two players tied for' Every Friday and/or Saturday boys and girls entering grades call (904) 331103.
second at plus 6 Lee Skarpalezos (86) This was Poole's eighth career ace. between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m., golfers 2-9. The camp is from 9 a.m.
and Bill Abee (85). StMichadgolftOUrney nationwidecan demo the latest Odyssey to noon June 10-13. Fee is Baseball
First-place team included Johnson, St. Michael Academy will host its putters. Golfers who make a 10-foot putt $80. Register first day of The 31st annual Pirate
Jack Croake (77, plus 3), Jerry Hudgins ninth annual Golf Classic Tournament can earn an Odyssey Drain patch and camp. Contact Coach Matt Baseball Camp will be held
(90, plus 1) and Sammy Alvarez (83, Friday to kick off the Memorial Day players who sink a 30-foot putt with an Schreiber at (904) 635-2612. June 3-7 at the Femandina
minus 3). Jim McFarland (92, plus 5), weekend. This event is held annually at Odyssey putter will win a free round of Yulee Middle School will Beach High School baseball -
Ron Therriault (83, plus 4), Harry Gibbs the Amelia Island Club's Long Point golf. Putterpalooza runs through July 6. offer a summer basketball stadium. This camp is
(90, plus 1) and Bob Riley (88, minus 1) Golf Course. This year, Brumos Auto Participating courses are St. Johns camp for boys and girls. Fun- designed to teach the funda-
tied for second with Skarpalezos, Group wilflbe sponsoring three hole-in- Golf & Country Club (St. Augustine), damentals skills and drills mentals of baseball for ages
Nathan Powell (77, plus 5), Charlie one prizes a Mercedes, a Porsche Bent Creek Golf Course (Jacksonville) camp will be June 3-7 ad- 6-15. Camp cost Is $80 and
Benefield (97, plus 1) and Lew Akins and a Lexus at the tournament. Omni and the Fernandina Beach Golf Club. vanced skills and drills is June includes a camp T-shirt.
(96, minus 3).. is a premier supporter. For information visit www.billy- 10-14 and game skills and Parents should register
In fourth place were John Bray (82, The tournament supports St strategies June 17-21 from 9- campers at the baseball field:
plus 4), Dennis Moorehead (83, plus 3), Michael Academy, which was built in 10:30 a.m. for incoming sixth on the first day of camp begin-
Bill Larrabee (89, even) and Jacque 1882 and is located in the historic dis- graders and from 10:30 a.m. ning at 8 a.m. Call 261-6240-.
Burette (101, minus 2). trict. Approximately 240 students attend to noon for upcoming seventh (FBHS) or 556-1163.
Friday was a great day for Bob the school, receiving a strong academic The ninth annual ALS Amelia Island and eighth graders. Cost is
Dorsey, even though there were just 32 education in a caring, Catholic environ- Golf Classic, remembering John Louis $25 a week, $50 for two
players. Dorsey shot 76 and plus 11 to ment. Every effort is made, by the O'Day, will be held Aug. 2 at Long Point weeks or $75 for all three. Tennis
be the big winner. Three players tied for school, to keep the tuition affordable. at the Amelia Island Club. Tournament Instructor isYMS head bas- Kraft Tennis Partners will
second at plus 9 -Tom Roberts (73), Scholarships are available for qualifying proceeds benefit the ALS Association, ketball coach Jonathan Ball. host'a kids tennis camp at the
Jerry Hudgins (83) and Danr Nettuno families. Tuition covers just about two- Florida Chapter, which supports Kraft Athletic Center/Kraft Ten
(85). thirds of the costs of operating the research and provides support to fami- Vole all Acres Tuesdays and Thurs-
First-place team included Dorsey, school. The additional financial support lies. days from 4:30-6 p.m. May 28
Jay Wadell (84, plus 2), Bill Larrabee is provided by charitable donors and the Often referred to as Lou Gehrig's dis- The Fernandina Beach through June 20. Age group
(88, plus 2) and Charlie Kicklighter (84, generous fundraising efforts coordinat- ease, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis is a High School Pirate volleyball are 4-6, 7-8 and 9-14 years.
even). Taking second were D.D. Miller ed by the families who strongly believe progressive and usually fatal neuromus- camp will be held June 3-5 at Cost $25 per child forfour'
(97, plus 5), Andy Palmisano (87, plus in a faith-based education for their chil- cular disease. It slowly robs the'body of the FBHS gym. Register on weeks, which includes T-shirt
2), Ron Peterson (83, plus 3) and Mark dren. its ability to walk, speak, swallow and the first day of camp. and snacks. Scholarships are
Pierson (98, plus 2). There is currently room for a few breathe. Registration begins at 8 a.m. available.
In third were Hudgins, Nettuno, Jim more players. Reserve a foursome or be Registration and warm-up are from for upcoming fifth- and sixth- Register by May 24 due t
McFarland (98, minus 1), Rich placed intoa foursome. Registration is 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Shotgun start is at graders and sessions will be limited space. For informatiori,
Vredenburgh (93, minus.2y)and Larry $150 per golfer and includes lunch from lp.m. Format is a four-person scramble. from 8:30-10 a.m. cotact Susie DeMille at
Luett (84, minus 2). Capturing:fourth 11 a.m.,to 12:30 p.m. Shotguni start is at Dinner receptiori from 5-7:30 p.m. Registration is at 10 a.m for or
were Roberts, John Bray (84, plus 1), 12:30 p.m., followed by the 5:30-7:30 includes beer and wine, raffle prizes, upcoming seventh- and (954) 816-4595.
Jim Dunphy (87, plus 1) and Kent p.m. reception at the Long Point awards and silent auction. Entry fee is eighth-graders and sessions
Johnson (84, minus 3). Clubhouse. Those who wish to attend $150.. are from 10:30 a.m.-noon.
the nrecetiononlyvmnu. Ch sohfor To $ Contests include beat the pro, hole- Camp cost is $45and checks Golan4 tiennis
Holen-onefr Pole register or for information, contact the in-one, longest drive, closest to the pin should be made payable to Children ages 8-15 have
S school office at 321-2102. and putting contest. Awards to first-fifth Nassau County School the opportunity to gain new
"Mary Poole had a hole-in-one on No. s net and first and second gross team. Board. For information, email tennis and golf skills at The
3 May 13 on the north course at the Visit www.ALSGolfAmelia.,com, con- Shannpn.Stfumlauf@nas- Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island
Ferynandina Beacnh Golf Club. She used a U tact Mark O'Day at (904) 553-0576 or and The Golf Club of Ahmelia;
hybrid four to ace the 140-yard hole.: Three Jacksonville-area golf courses odaym25@ Island. Afulliday camp cornm- -
_____________ __________________ bining golf and tennis or half.
TheFemandina Beach days of either sport may be
PO T HOn TS l High School cheerleaders will selected. -
S O T S hold a summercampfrom f' For those 10 years and
S- cam, to noon Jure 3-7 in Buil-, younger, tennis runs from 8-
ticipants at the race finish area at Main Contact Scott Mikelson at 277-7350 or dmng 22 (beh.indBh r ddi 0:g0 a.m.with gi f from 11
Beach Park. ,, or Chris Gawat dch) The camp forages 3 to 1:30 p.m.. For campers
The 2013 Ed Gaw Amelia Island Race starting and ending points may (407) 721-2837 or '" .5 i firom 9-11 amr. and the 1 years and older, golf is
Open Water Challenge will be held May be adjusted due to current direction at at fee is $65. For children aes from 8-10:30 a.m. with tennis
25 in Femanidna Beach with a 5K open the race officials' discretion. There-will be 'ej'SOrC'truniS, 6-12, the camp runs from 9 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
water swim and a one-mile open water a 2.5-hour time limit for races to com- a.m. to noon and the fee is Each runs
swim. The race starts at approximately plete either course. Check-in at the finish Amelia Island Alliance Soccer pro- $75 Register at 8:30 a.m. on Monday through Thursday
8:30 a.m. Athletes will be allowed to line is mandatory for all racers. The safe- motes a life-long love of the game while the first day of camp. (Friday rain make-up day)..;
have kayakers track them throughout ty of the swimmers will be a priority. developing teamwork, individual respon- The fee is $200 for both golf:.
the race; subject to discretion of race There will be Coast Guard Auxiliary sibility, commitment and leadership and tennis camp or $100 for.-
officials. Race check-in and finish are will boats and lifeguards on the waterlor the through quality training and appropriate SOCGer one camp. A one-day session
be at Main Beach at the intersection of swimmers' protection. EMTs and life- competition. Cost for the year for a pre- The Fernandina Beach is $30 per sport.
South Fletcher and Atlantic avenues, guards will also be on the beach to mier player is $400. Cost to try out is $5. High School Lady Pirates will A daily snack is optional for
Check-in starts at 7 a.m. on race day. assist swimmers in need. Tryouts will be held at the Amelia be holding a soccer camp an additional $30 per week.
City of Femandina Beach staff and Deck entry fee is $40. All pre-regis- Island Youth Soccer fields on Bailey for boys and girls 'entering Participants receive a camp
other drivers will provide transportation trants receive an event T-shirt, swim cap Road at 5:30 p.m. May 28,for U9 boys second through ninth grades. cap and achievement certifi-,
for all participants to the starting points and other teams. Deck entries will re- (Coach Ricky Osgood); at 6 p.m. May 28 The camp will be held June 3- cate at an award recognition:
of the tace atihe JasmiqeStireet (dne!;'il 'oeive aiT-shirt on an as-available basis. for U12 boys (Coach dbsh Louis)', at-. 6ifrom 6-8 p.m. at the Ybor, program attheiend of the ses-
mile),anid.iSimmons Road (5K) beach '-ylhte'eventislimited to 300,swimmers.' 5:30 p.m. May 28.for U14, girls(Coach AlvarezASports ComplexOdn: sion.' :,
accesses. There will be a course briefing 'Awards go to the overall top three male Lee Burchett); and at 5 p.m. May 30 and BaileyRoad. Cost is $60 and Camps run weekly fromi
prior to the swims. An awards ceremony and female finishers and top finisher in 9 a.m. June 1 for U 16-17 boys (Coach includes instruction by current June' 10 through Aug. 16. Fr.
and breakfast will be provided to all par- each group. Register at Pete Kovalick). and former FBHS Lady Pirate information call 277-1100.


Entries are now being of Fernandina Beach Parks & .--. Golf News; Tips, Trivia & Stats
accepted for the men's sum- Recreation Department.
mer season,.which will begin Junior tennis camps will be '"-
match play June 4. held throughout the summer M tll#i J, i .fl R.1 M- = O Ml_ Im ,M -
Maharaj Tennis along at the Central Park courts, TP Fourasons Resort' The Crowne Plaza Invitational at Sang-Moon Bae won the"- Tournament Results-
with Cliff Drysdale Tennis beginning May 27. Email Irving, Texas Colonial has been part of the PGA 1' Byron Nelson Championship 1. Sang-Moon Bae
:will once again host a "Tennis 7,166 yards, Par 70 Tour since the 1946 season when it on Sunday for his first PGA score :-13
Thanks the Troops" mixed Tennis classes are avail- --. began as the Colonia Invitational T Tour title, closing with a m $12000.
doubles round robin May 25 able at the Yulee Sports Defending: Zach Johnson Ben Hogan won the first two years 1-under'69 to finish at 13-under 267. 2. Keegan Bradley
from 5-7 p.m. Entries are now Complex. NassauCounty Winning mcore: 12-underpar' of the tournament and holds the Keegan Bradley was trying to become 'crse: 00
being accepted for the 7.0 and Home Educators classes are Winning Share: $1152,000 record as a five-me winner of this the Nelson's first wire-to winner,
8.0 combo divisions. Proceeds Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 record as a five-time winner of this the Nelson's first wire-to-wire winner3. Cha Schwartzel
will be donated to Thanks p.m. Private lessons and cus- event (1946, 1947, 1952, 1953, .1959).. Kenny Perry holds the since Tom Watson in 1980. Bradley score ,
USA for its scholarship pro- tom clinics are also available. tournament record for the four-day event, firing a 19-under par set the TPC Four Seasons course p surse OO
gram benefitting U.S.'military More information can be total score in 2003 to defeat Justin Leonard by six strokes, Last record with an opening 60, but finished
families. Entries may be found on the Yulee Tennis yeargZach Johnson outplayed Jason Dufner to win his second with a 72 in the final round, two shots'behind Bae. Char Schwartze!,
emailed to michelemaha@ Foundation website at www. Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. the 2011 Masters champ, shot a 68 to finish thirdat 10 under. by today at 5 p.m.
ules are available for the city PGA Event: Crowne Plaza Invitational Former PGA Tour golfer Sang-Moon Bae :.
T__________.'________ ay ime Network and longtime CBS Sports Turned Professional:2004
Thu,.5/23 3:00pm-6:00pm GOLF \' broadcaster Ken Venturi died WorldRanking: 64th
I ize b k Fri, 5/24 3:00pm-6:00pm GOLF Friday afternoon. He Was 2013 PGA Earnimngs: $1,592,794
JO n org niz d r Sat, 5/25 3:00pm-6:00pm CBS 82 years old. A prominent amateur who IPGATourWins; 1.
Sun, 5/26 3:00pm-6:00pm CBS grew up in San Francise, he. captured *
There are organized bicy- route. Anyone who joins the his only majorin the 1964 US. Open at
cle rides Thursdays starting group will not be left behind. Congressioinl, the last year the final day Mut 1 3
at 9 a.m. and Saturdays start- Lunch is optional. Wha wa's 36 holes.In te st heat, Venturi 1) Tiger Woods
ing at 8:30 a.m.All rides'start There is also a regular ride What Ido Jim Furyk and Mike Weir have as ppessive t, Ventu
from Main Beach. Park near Mondays for experienced in common? showed signs of dehydration and a doctor 2,340 t. I toptens
the miniature golf course, road cyclists starting at 9 a.m. a) They are brothers-in-law recommended he stop playing because it 2) Brandt Snedeker
Cyclists of all abilities are at various locations on Amelia b) Both attended the same college could be fatal Ventu pressed on to theo 1,475 pts. / 6 top tens
welcome. Riders of A (18-21), Island and in Nassau County c) Both bomrn on the same date finish, closed won ith a 70 and was heard to
B (14-17), C (upto 14 mph) The starting points and dis- d) Both dffered college hockey scholarships says "My Godr t've won the U's opertn" He 3) Kevin Streelman
and S (social ride, speed of tances for these rides will be was named Sports Illustrated's Sportsman 1,234 pts. 1 5 top tens
the slowest rider in the announced. Answer: c) Both were bomrn on May 12th, 1970. of the Year for his efforts. 4Bi H
ride will be around 30 miles good working condition are
with rest stops along the way mandatory. Call 261-5160 or 5Oneofthe commonissuest)eamaeurgQtferhasthtcauses'alossrfpowerinthegof 5) Matt Kuchar
and loops back to the starting visit www ameliaislandcy- 4swing is a reverse pivot A reverse pivot occurs when the weight of thegolfer moves to 1,122 pts. 4 top tens
point at around 10 miles, www.sports. tiherfrontfoot during the backswing, which causes the spine toitin the wrong direction.'
before continuing on the In trying to keep yourhead stil, you prevent a good shouldertumfmrm happening aswel FedEx Cup Standings continued...
remaining 20 miles of the ders or aslhepoperweightshiltothebackfoo Llnordertoorredareversepivotproblemhere Elaers uit 19.
S' are a couple of suggestions. The most important keyis to make sure that your hips stay 6) Phil Mickelson 1,003 3
ADULT50F TB LL stll on your backswing. You have to imagine that you are in a dnJm and your hips do not touch either 7) D.A.Points 985 2
ADL side of the drum on the backoing. Thesecond piece of advice is togetyourstemum directly over yur 8) Keegan Bradley 974 6
FERNANDINA BEACH PARKS Luxury Lawnballers 19 bakfo ahei. 10) Charles Howell III 865 5
& RECREATION River Rats 9
Luxury Lawnballers, spring recre-
Recreational co-ed leagUe ational co-ed league champs.ct ? .
Luxury Lawnballers 20 May 1tournament
Logic Mountain Knuckleheads (forfeit) 0 I 9
Crawford Jewelers 12 Halftime Sports Bar 7
Just N' Construction (forfeit) 0 I
River Rats 20
O'Kane's Irish Pub .; ,,4 Yulee Chili's 26 ,
San Jose Collision/AIM 11
McGlovin' 13 Yulee Chili's 28 [ _
Halftime Sports Bar 18
Logic Mountain 4 Yulee Chili's, spring open co-ed
River Rats 13
Martex Services 12 Visit www.leaguelineup.coml
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pA ... WEDNESDAY. MAY 22. 2013

Croatia -a best kept secret and true delight

SLike an unexpected present, a hill towns, French explained the regional food that beauty and ancientMhstory. with walks and stops to savor a bit of
trip can offer avariety of surprises. I Riviera and.Greek would be served and always a small The people of Croatia are friendly, scenery or an' amazing historic, ,
have just returned frpm two weeks island coasts with'.. glass of grappa finished the meal.' We proud and forward looking. Most are church or town. In our travels my
in Croatia traveling from the very its charmed, w6rk-?' : te healthy the entire trip. Large still living in the town or village sister and I enjoy the unexpected
north and the Istrian Peninsula to ing harbors, breakfasts of fruits, meats, eggs and where their families are from. All are gifts along the way.'We both agree
the south and one of the country's turquoise to green wonderful mouth-watering pastries. fiercely proud of their country and that Croatia is indeed a place that
many jewels, Dubrovnik. You will water and rocky Meals were simple and offered fresh heritage. They are happy, healthy not enough people know about .,
find, it on a map just to the right of topography. In the salads and often the option of fresh people with laughing and playing Arriving at Dulles airport and
Italy and above Greece. My sister: most northern part caughtfish. But fried calamari and children all around. We were greet- into the chaos of long lines atcus-
and I found our most recent trip a iOM ofCroatia the ^Italian style pizza were readily avail- ed by the dogs and cats of each toms and security brought us back
delight .: ' Italian influence is able most places too. town. All well-behaved and for the to abrupt reality. Like crossing an
We spent much of our time THE evident. We learned History goes way back in this most part in good health. We even invisible line we left the beauty,
exploring the spectacular coastline, PORCH if you spot a lion crossroads of Europe. The history saw a Dalmatian on the Dalmatian tranquility and gentle pace of a beau-
staying on islands that dot the! carved in stone, the -goes back centuries. Many of the Coast! I savor the memory of a boat tiful part of the world to real time.
Dalmatian Coast Most-surprising Venetians were places we stopped at offered archi- captain sitting at a cafe across from a Travel does beat you up, but offers
-may have been the variety of land- Dickie there! We saw lots tectural wonders from the past the large, white dog sitting in its own equaled gifts for those that make the
[ scapes we were offered up as we Anderson of lions. Roman amphitheater in Pula, the chair having a conversation. effort. .
? walked through towns and up and ., We enjoyed each Venetian port of Rovinj, the medieval We were blessed with passionate .Next trip to be determined!
So'er rocky hillsides with the dramat-. and every chance to savor the. wines, village of Motovun and the baroque and hardworking guides and a small Dickie Anderson welcomes your
ic backdrop of bare karst mountains and food of the region ahd even Austro-Hungarian churches and group of dedicated fellow walkers as comments. Books are available at
Sfalling into the clear,.green-blue developed a taste for grappa. We mansions in the heart of allof the'. 'we explored Croatia. Hard to pick a local book and gift stores or online at
Sazure of the Adriatic Sea. were usually greeted by the owner... major cities. All seemingly unspoiled, favorite stop or hotel. Each was so ,
,It evoked memories of the Italian and family of the restaurant who with little to distract from the natural very different We mixedour days, .d. fickie.anderson@gmaitcom,

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Mary Barringer of the Marine Trawler Owners Association, or MTOA, center, presents WOmanS ub scholars
a donation of $1,206 to Fernadin w Beach High School ESE tchers Judy Walters Woma
and lisa Mallo. Association members visited Amelia Island recenty flryfh MTOA At its May meeting th GFWC Woma' Club of anFina B h a d her
1-20-1-Southern Rendezvous at theFernandina-Harbr senior girls $1,000 scholarships, anrd sl ye njr i cti
-RClu.. d e CutheJunidi Woman's Club awarded 'a*o i 1000 $ Osc
Beach High School also had one senior girl receive a $3,000 scholarship from
GFWC State of Florida Clubs.
-Mari nea a Above are Janie Ade, GFWC Florida District 4 Presidents Project chairman;
Kathryn Jackson, Junior Woman's Club recipient; Emily Vanpuymbrauck, GFWC
Recently, the Fernandina Beach Rotary Club State of Florida recipient; Susannle Steffen, president of GFWC Woman's Club of
welcomed Dr. Carolina Ruiz I.Bert, right, a Fernandina Beach; and Janet Montegomery, Alexus Blue and Avery Douglas;
clinical veterinri an with the Naional Marine recipients of the GFWC Fernandina Beach Woman's Club scholarships. :'
Mammal Foundation. (NMMF), a nonprofit
.organization that sprang from work the United
States.Navy began some 50 years ago usibg
'dolphins and sea lions to recover objects lQst
under water, identify and mark enemy swim-
Smeers and locate mines. NMMF continues to~
Swork closely with the Navy on those objec-
tives. In fact, Ruiz te-Bert works at Naval
Submarine Base Kings Bay in Kingsland, Ga.
However, NMMF's primary goal is to improve
a maid protect the lives of all marine mammals.' -%
It undertakes research on marine mammal w
health throughout the U.S. Mny species like
dolphins suffer from some of the same dis
eases as humans, includ6ig d nlnetes arthritis
and Alzheimer's. NMMy works to address -
these diseases in dolphins and conduct
research that could uncover treatments and
cures in humans. .uiz ILBert oversees

man-made noise on narine lp -ala and ........
studies dolphin neonatal inmutoloy. She .,
said the recent stranding of ml re than 1,0 ma c.!n-
sea lion ups in Southern California is a con- -
cern since as a sentinel species, they may be..- : : ':
oceans, something the.NMMF co..tiuep *
address. ', 'm

4'" ....Fernandina Beach Christian Academy hosted its first Parent University on April 30.>
Gwen Milam facilitated the class, which focused on methods to support children's
View f.7m I learning at home. She spoke to parents about strategies to'inspire children to love ,
learning.. Parents learned to incorporateliteracy learning it home through reading,
Matheus Facio Pires, the writing and games that makes learning natural and fun for kids. Parent Universitya i
Fernandina Beach Rotary Club's opened to the public. For future dates, visit www.fernandinachristianachdemy0com.
exchange student from Brail, fi, r ".
right, pictured with club 'resident
John Boylan, reflected on his year
in Fernandina Beach. Mat has
spent much of his year traveling.
His two host familiessaw to itthat
he enjoyed Thanksgiving in the
inountains of Georgia, a volleyball "
game at the University of Florida ,.. .
iA Gainesville as well as traveling
to Missouri, Miami and the ..."
Bahamas. Matalso enjoyed time ..
the Florida Keys and atVsaeyoi
World. He was tovisit at lt V-,;. Floda500
three more western states befor"
he.returns toBrzl. Gray Edenfleld) education t
Mat said he nearly dropped out director at the Amelia
of the Rotary Youth Exchapge .,-- Island Museum of History;
Programn when he learned he . .talks to the audience
would be, coming to the U.S. ,* about Viva Florida 500
instead of his preferred destina- .., after accepting a 'proclama
tion of Norway. However, he said tion from Mayor Sarah
fthe past year has completely -" :' Pelican that celebrates the
changed his opinion of the U.S. : ', Viva Florida 500
and Americans and thqt be could ..... ... : Anniversary, which com-
not have chosen a better destina. memorates the arrival of
tion, He said he will leave with Ponce de Leon in Florida
many fond' memories of 500 years ago, during a
Fernandina Beach and the U.S. city commission meeting


15 years of service honored NASSAU COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES
This fuzzy young lady's
Master Gardener volun- children led to her participating name is Nellie. Nellie is a 2-
teers Claudie Speed and Mike in Ag Extravaganza, where she year-old Border Collie mix.
McKay both have a love of gar- helped teach about the life She is up-to-date on her
dening and a deep commitment cycle of butterflies, boosters and is heartworm
to service. After 15 years of vol- McKay also received his negative. She came into our
unteer work with the Nassau Master Gardener training in facility as a stray in April.
County Extension Service, they 1998. Hundreds of children Nellie is a very smart dog.
were honored by the Nassau have come to know him as his She knows some basic com-
County Commission. alter-ego "Joe Dirt." His pre- mands such as sit and stay.
In 1998, Speed received her sentations to 4-H youth and ele- She has a beautiful black coat
Master Gardener training from mentary children who attended with a white chest and paws.
County Extension "agents and annual Ag Extravaganza ses- She may fill out a little but
got to work right away, offering sions have been both fun and shouldn't get too much big-
county homeowners training educational. For over six years, ger.
sessions on culinary herbs and he was a guest reader to ele- Nellie can't wait until she
wildflowers. Her herb classes mentary children for the state's gets a sfamily of her own. She
have been very popular Ag Literacy program, always will make a great family dog. Services, 86078 License Road,
throughout the years and her dressing "in costume" to enter- If you would like to see her in Yulse, 491-7440, Tuesday
depth of knowledge'is appre- tain and engage the students. action, go to www.petfinder. through Friday from 11 a.m.
ciated by homeowners and her McKay has also serveot on corn or www.nassaucountyfl. to 4 p.m., and Saturday 11
colleagues in the Master the County Extension/Horti- PHOTO BY KATHYWARNER/FORTHENEWS-LEADER com. Once you like what you a.m; to 3:30 p.m. We are
Gardener program. culture advisory committee for Master Gardeners Claudie Speed and Mike McKay, cen- see, you can see her in person closed Sundays, Mondays
She also has authored arti- the last 12 years. ter, received special recognition at the county commis- at the Nassau County Animal and most holidays.
ces for the Extension newslet- The Master Gardener vol- sion meeting. Commission Chair Danny L~eper, left,
ter, Horticulture News, aswell unteers in Nassau County read a proclamation honoring Speed and McKay.
has "Masterful Gardening," a serve under the direction of County Extension Director/Horticulture Agent Rebecca CATS ANGELS
column in the former Nassau County Extension Director/ L. Jordi, right,. celebrated their outstanding service to
News newspaper. The "Mas- Horticulture Agent Rebecca L Nassau County as Master Gardener volunteers.
terful Gardening". column won Jordi. Candidates must corn- Nip is a very playful kitten
thp Florida Master Gardener plete an application, interview with a sweet disposition. He
Award of Excellence in Written and:attend nine weeks of train- the' horticulture agent to the best of our programming has shiny short black fur and
Mass Communications, in ing. Master Gardener volun- expand the number of people and are both great role models is 6 months old. When this
2008. teers must commit to 75 vol- who benefit from the University for their fellow volunteers. boy was very young hie had
Speed is also responsible unteer hours in the first year. of Florida's research-based Nassau County is blessed to an injury that resulted in a
for leading the effort to estab- To remain, accredited, they information. have them and their commit- small "nip" taken from his top
lish the herb bed -in the must earn 35 volunteer hours "I am gratefulfor all of the ment," stated Jordi. lip. The vet assures us that he
UF/IFAS Nassau Demonstra- in subsequent years, and 10 volunteers in the Master For more.information about is fine and no correction is
tion Garden at the James S. hours of advanced training. Gardener program. However, the Nassau County Extension 'necessary. He's a real purr
Page Governmental Complex, Master Gardener volun- to achieve this milestone is a Service's programs, see their box who loves to run and
where seasonal herbs are plant- teers participate in horticulture fantastic accomplishment for. website at http://nassau.ifas. chase toys and then settle
ed and harvested programming that educate Claudie Speed- and Mike ufLedu or call the officeat (904) into your lap to cuddle. Nip is
Her love.of gardening and county residents, and enable McKay. They truly represent 879-1019. a friendly guy who gets along Beach will be held on
with other cats. Nip has been Saturday, June 22at the Ybor
._tested, neutered, mricro- Alvarez Youth Complex,
chipped and is currenton all Fernandina Beach and gates
L Is e e a e vaccinmtidns. He's ready and open at 3.p.m. The tickets are
I TE Y G, n d ngic er eager to find his "forever at a discount price and Will be
LrA.IaNc home" and family. Cats sold up until theevent date.
EANINGS Farmersi' arkets steaks, skirt steales, chuck beach cleanup on May 25 Angels is committed to help- SupportCats Angels and
eye steaks, eye of round starting at 10 a.m. ing all our cats, especially our enjoy Country Rocks The
FOLby ok dub The Fernandina Beach roasts, chuck roasts, beef Participants will assemble at older felines find "forever" Beach.
farmers' market always has bacon and more. Pre-order the Dolphin Avenue parking homes this year will you Shelters and rescue
r The Friends of the Library delightful treats year 'round, for pick-up at the market by lot at Main Beach. This help us do that? You can read' groups are starting to fill up
ook Club meets at 7 p.ruon and holidays like the Memo phone at (850) 971-5806 or event is open to the public, more about the cats oA our with unwanted litters of kit.
he secondThursday of every rial Day weekend are no email at deeprootsmeat Bags and gloves will be pro- website at tens and puppies. You can
onth in the parlor room of exceptions for the Market vided. For information con- help control the overpopula-
t. Peter's Episcopal Church, Place. Tempt your family Also at the market tact Beachkeepersfernan Cats Angels Thrift tion of unwanted and home-
J01 Atlantic Ave., with moder-, and guests with traditioiial Saturday will be the popular Store/Adoption Center at 709 less animals. Please have the
tors Marilyn and Norman pies froni Karen Miller, the Proper Pie Compahy'with its S. Eighth St. is open Monday animals in your care spayed
Iesley. New members-are featured vendor of the week. double crust savory and Turle tal through Saturday fom 11 or neutered and encourage
!always welcome. Karen uses nearly two sweet authentic British and Join a park ranger and a.m. til 5 p.m. and you ~an call your neighbors to do so, too.
June will feature Sweet quarts of filling in each tradi- Irish pies, including chicken learn about the lifecycle of 321-2267 to meet with an Cats Angels can help you with Ian McEwan; July, tional, family sized pie. and asparagus, chickern the sea turtle and the impor- adoption volunteer. lower cost options on these
TheArt of Fielding by Chad Smaller pies are available for shepherd's pie, sweet barbe- tance of these creatures on Tickets for 2013- Country services. We can also
arbach; August, The Tiger's $5. Her sweet potato pie is cue pulled pork,.steak, onion May 25 at 2 p.m. at the multi- Rocks The Beach are on sale humantely trap feral cats. Call
Wjfe byTea Obrecht; so light and creamy you will and cheese as well as vege- use trail pavilion located at at Cats Amgels, 709 S. Eighth Cats Angels at.321-2267 for'
,September, Tenth of Decem- be wondering why she does- tarian curry and spinach and the south beach area on St., Monday through more information. Spay and
ber Stories by George Saun- n't charge more money. ricotta cheese pies. Banger Ldttle Talbot Island. No Saturday from 11 a.m. til 5 neuter the responsible solu-
ders; October, The Reluctant (Seriously!) rolls, sausage rolls and reservations are necessary p.m. 2013 Country Rocks The tion.
Fundamentalists by Mohsim Olive My Pickle returns scotch s aals avail- and the program iw teee h a th
.Hadabl aee thr toh Setis ma rI e t ther your l regularo park admis b 0 4sion. Fo Bt . pr m h le ..,
S ey enry et; 2 Irest les an! pl wt t eir mustarkd additional information con- E wh drp
ber, The Book ofSalt by Rose returns with An Ui- recently featured in a hearty tact the Talbot Islands
Monique Truong; January, Let Believable Egg Rolls and skillet potato salad at the -Ranger Station at (904)- 251-
the Great World Spin by Gabriel Arnold entertains Verandah Restaurant, 2320.
Colum McCann; ind with the soothing sounds of Minorcan Datil Pepper will H TTho e tour
February, Scorpions by Noah the saxophone. offer its condiments,,from twfao u
Feldman. All of this in addition to mild to extra hot, including The Beaches Museum &
the weekly treats brought to mustards, mayos, imarl- History Park has been cho-
ineJee reoadrd market by chefs of local nades, vinegars and the sen to conduct.the HG'IV
The Book Loft, 214 Centre restaurants who prepare newly added datil peanuts; A Smart'Home 2013 Charity
St, hosts StoryTime on the cookies, cheese spreads, few datil plants are also avail- Tours, located in Paradise
second Monday of the month Cajun delights and more. able as supplies last. Due to Key, South Jacksonville
Lt 10:30 a:m. Puppet friend The market features family popular demarid, Clean Beach.
arnacle Bart helps with the owned farms, neighboring Ridge Soap will be at the The Beaches Museum
s*tories nd the children enjoy the community, that are market Saturday and then will offer tours of the HGTV
*ongs, crafts and great chil- working seven days a week the first and third Saturdays Smart Home 2013 on select-
Pdren's literature. Call 261-8991 in order to bring shoppers of the month. Clean Ridge ed dates through June 2,
1or information. fresh vegetables, fruits and also offers liquid soaps, lip Wednesday through
cut flowers. Also impressive balms, lotions and sham- Saturday tours are available
Peklibrr are the market's bakers, the poos. All are made by hand 10 a.m. to 5. p.m. and Sunday
The Peck Center Library early risers of the market, with all-natural ingredients tours are noon to 5 p.m. Hazel is one of our all-time orange and white Domestic
6n South 11th and Elm streets and the artisan breads and and no animal testing. Tickets are $20 each and favorites, one of the smartest Long Hair mix, with distinc-
open to the public on Mon- sweet breakfast treats they Diffusers and soy wax can- sold on a first-come; first- and most affectionate dogs tive little ears; He's a senior
Pay, Wednesday and Friday create, and then there are dles with scents that compli- served basis; with limited you'll ever meet. She came to cat, about 9 yearsold, but he
om 3-5p.mDrop by and see also those talented artists ment their soaps and lotions availability each day. us a year ago this week so has -tons ofpersonality and a
oth childrenrand adults. and organic soaps morning shopping with a are available at -.worms that we were't sure been withus for over a year,
tolunteers are there to help. See this market for your- Bloody Mvary,or Mimosa, or, we'd be ableto save hher.But and he pretty much lives in
For information call Mrs. selfl The Fernandina Beach as the shoppers call it, '"a civ- There is a $3.service.charge with months of medical care ourab and intake area and
charles Albert at 261-4113. Market Place is located on ilized way to do market for online purchasing. and TLC Hazel camenthrough, a greets everyone who drops
14 r so b aNorth Seventh Street, where shopping!" Sign up for theE- Limited tickets are also avail- and she's very healthy now by. He loves everybody and
-Jtone ibradalr the Fernandina farmers' Mail Newsletter at www. able on site and through the She's about a 4-year-old bull- especially lovesaffection, and
o 1 TheNassau County market has been located for ameliafarmersmarket-com. Beaches Museum, 381 dog mix, and our shelter is purrs and purrs to let you
Library System offers audio- years. It is open each p e Th 10-year-old, award- Beach Blvd., Jacksonville probably the best home she's know it! He deals very well
S ooks, e-books and music for Saturday,.rain or shine, from Winning-Amelia Farmers Beach. The proceeds of the ever known. She has bonded with thle other animals who
dowflload from the library's 9 a.m. until 1 p.m, andis pet Market is open every charity tours will benefit the with one of our staff, and come through our lab area.
Swebsite by card-holders with a friendly, too. Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. museum. every afternoon Hazel climbs Although we all love him
fine-free record. For infor,ma- For more information at the Shops at Omni Amelia h :sup into Sherry's lap to cuddle here, we think he's ready-for a
tion visit www.nassaureads. about the vendors and a Island Plantation. Mingle t Cl iC and fall asleep. -orever home where he can srecipe for Blueberry Cole with local fa-mers and busi- On June 3 County Hazel is housetrained and devote all of his time to giving
c Slaw, visit Fernandina ness owners offering farm- Extension walks exceptionally well on and getting lots of love. And, direct fruits and vegetables Director/Horticulture her leash, at whatever speed ask us about our special
find us them on Facebook or harvested just before market Extension Agent Becky you tell her. She needs to be reduced adoption rates for
p l p [ T call (904) 557-8229. day as well organic products Jordi will conduct a Plant the only dog in the household. senior pets. We think you'll
bnn* *- t and specialty foods. Also dis- Clinic from 10 am. until 2 But she loves people, and love-Honey Bearas much as
-r'-Perfect timing for cover gourmet baked goods p.m. at the Yulee Extension when she's brought into the we do and that's a lot. You
Memorial weekend grilling, and prepared foods and a Office (A1A and Pages courtyard for a walk with our can see pictures and videos of
Get exercise and help a Deep Roots Meat will be at wide variety of plants. No Dairy Road). All county resi- volunteer dog walkers, she our adoptable dogs and cats at
homeless dog with human the Amelia Farmers Market pets, please. Call 491-4872 or dents are invited to bring makes it a point to greet each our website,
companioriship and quality on May 25. As the only 100 visit www.ameliafarmersmar- plant samples showing prob- dog walker one-by-one. She
timeoutdoors at the Nassau percent grass (forage) fed lems in their landscapes. has a beautiful tan coat and is We hope you'lldrop by our
Humane Society's voltnteer Florida cattle producer sell- Problems will be identified a great, compact size for a Second Chance resale store
dog walks. The new summer ing on the island, Troy and Become a Ina-ter and solutions offered. There house dog. fox, the "Life's a Beach"
walk schedule is Tuesdays, Tracey "continue to bring Applications-for the is no fee for this service. Call She loves to nap in the sun, Memorial Day sale on
Thursdays and Sundays at 9 you the healthiest beef pos- Nassau County Master (904) 879-1019. Master and she will move her doggie Monday! There-will be.lots of
a.m. at the NHS shelter, 671 sible by breeding and rais- Gardener volunteer program Gardeners are.on phone bed herself to make sure it's special bargains, but to find
Airport Road. Dress comfort- ing the cows here on our are now available online. duty Fridays, at 491-7340. in a sunny spot. We think out what they are, you'll have
ably. Ages 18 and under wel- family property, by only The deadline is June 28. For Hazel will bring sunshine to to-come in and see! Second -
come to accompany a parent using natural fertilizers on an overview-of the Master Mate your life too, in many, many Chanceis at 1002 South 14th
or adult guardian. Call 321- our fields, by not using Gardener program, an appli- e help ways she'll give you a life- St. in the Eight Flags
1647 or stop by the NHS adop- antibiotics or hormones, and cation and to complete the time of unconditional love. Shopping Center, and our new
tion center at dog-walk times by only feeding the cattle pre-test, see http://nassau. Need a horticulture ques- Please come meet her and see summer hours are 10 a.m. to
or 11:30 am.-5 p.m. Tuesday- grasses, forages and hay tion answered and can't wait what we mean! 5:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday.
Friday and 11 a~m.-4 p.m. that we bale on our property. nassau.html. 'For additional until the next Plant Clinic? Honey Bear is one of our lProceeds benefit the home-
Saturdays. We have control of our cattle questions, contact the The Extension's website has cattery staff's special less animals in our shelter on
Comforrswanted from conception to your din- Extension office at (904) many questions and answers favorites! He's a beautiful, Airport Road.
ner plate!" 879-1019, or Rebecca Jordi at from Rebecca Jordi's
Pet beds are desperately To celebrate Saturday, Master "Garden Talk" column, at A PUBsEAVAW]
needed for adoptable cats and Troy will be grilling samples Gardeners are on phone D O ,
dogs in-the local shelters. If of their ground beef for duty Fridays, at 491-7340. orticulture/questions/ques-
you have old comforters, any shoppers to enjoy. Deep tions.html. Master
condition, please consider Roots will aso offer 100 per Adopta shore Gardeners are on office duty "
bringing them to Buy-Gones cent ground beef, tender- Amelia Island Sea Turtle on Fridays, 10 a.m. until 2
Ladies Resale Boutique, 1014 loins, ribeyes, New York Watch in partnership with p.m. Call 491-7340, or stop
S. Seventh St. Call 277-4071 strips, sirloins, flank steaks, Keep Nassau Beautiful will by the Yulee Extension
for information. butcher" steaks, flat iron conduct an "Adopt A Shore" office for help.



S" K1irk Whalum and Norman Brown, crabfestival.comfr details Hig l
SPECIAL EVENTS ing the computer basics or TEuge Groove, Gerald Albright, include a Zei 7eine a giant G
nsother computer topics. The "Let Freedom Ringconcet Gregory orterPoncho Sanchez and Ferris Whee at the rverf
Instructor is Jan Cote-Merow, with the Jacksonville Symphony the Yellowjackets. For details visit the helicopter rides from the
Chamber Music est Computer Coach, who has rchestra is May23 at First festival's Facebook page The Memorial Day parade
Time for Three will perform been teaching private and Baptist Church of Fernandina Bach ( 10 a.m. down St. Johns Av i
its unique mix of classical, group lessons on Amelia Presented by ARIAS (Amellia va)Twitter ( owed by a ceremony at the
rock, jazz and folk music at a Island for the past 10 years. Residents in Action forth aterEntry forms re on the
free-ranging concert as part of The cost of each session is a Sympony), this annual event cele- Special coponents incude Art in call (386) 328-402The24t
theAmelia Island Chamber donation of $10 to Council on brates Memoril Day weekend with a the Heart Downtown, an art show and Blue CrabFestial Seafo
Music Festival, at Walker's Aging, a 501 (c)3 not-for-profit program of sale the Jacksonville Jazz Piano contest will be held on S
Landing at Omni Amelia Island charity. Call Jan at 583-2870 Americana, Competftion presented by Keyboard ingt 10 a.m. ie e rta
Plantation at 7 p.m. tonight. for dates and registration such as themes Connection Pianos & Organs, Youth tent. Rules and entry form re
Tickets are $40 and available information. from Victoryt azTalent Showcase, jazbrunch
at or by calling ERSCUS;gi ngM Sea, by Richard exhibits and displays. The
the box office at 261-1779. grRogers;and Jacksonville Jaz Festival is free andat |e
The world's first classically- Memorial United Methodist American patri pento the public unless otherwise Fort Clinch tate Park
trained garage band also will Church hosts open discus- otic m ~~, A ~itd. VIP sIat igons are avail- MeImorial Day weekeId prog
perform on May 23 at 4 p.m. at sions of biblical views on cur- including t he able atJaxiazzFestivalncom. May 5 from 9 a.m to 5 p. 7
a free family concert at the rent events, with three Armed Forces s a 26 f .rom 9 at m to 2 p$6i, to ho
Boys & Girls Club, 907 South Faithlink Encounter groups Salute when men~ and womewho served n
11th St., Femandina Beach. that meet weekly. All are wel- the veterans of The 61st Florida Folk Festival is B War II.
No ticket is required. come. Sunday moring's each branch are MemorlaI Day weekend, May 24-26, Visitors can explore milita e
group meets at 11 a.m. in reconzed. n e banke the Suanne River plays, e oa 2
Bicyde ity MH402 (Maxwell Hall). Two Tickets are $20 and available at at Stephen Foster Cultural Center about the uniforms, weapo
Join the city of Femandina groups meet Wednesdays at The Book Loft; Front & Center Amelia Stale Park White Springs. Advance and lifestywlpw f those who w
Beach for a ceremony desig- 6 p.m. one at O'Kanes Irish island Conventio ad Visitors tickets are $25 per day or $50 for the the war during the 1940s.
nating the city as a Bonze Pub on CentreStreet and the Burteau; ThiGol Club of Amelia weekend for adlts or $30 and $60, m A issiono the parkis
Level Bicycle Friendly other at the Partin Center Island; and the Frnandina Beach Golf respectively, at the gate Weekend vehicle at the fro.t gate ai
Community by The League of (white house located on the Club. tickets for ages six-16 are $5. Children person to enter the fort Chi
American Bicyclists on May30 MUMC property). For informa- ARIAS provids music education under six admtted free. under 6 are free. For infor
at 5:30 p.m. at Main. Beach tion contact Pastor Hollie at for Nassau County school cildren Tickets are provided by Elevate tact the pak at 277-7274 or
Park. 'Bring your bikes for the through the Instrment Zoo, which Ticketing and can be purchased www.flo astatparksr
celebratioh. For more informa- bringsensembler from the through the Florida Fo R egstial web-
tion call 277-7325. mee eings questios i-So -ew M r
t l K The National Alliance for and by busing students to the sym- fest/ or Facebookpage, www.face- Thcity of Ferriandi i
Nas W, E Mental Illness Consumer phony. ARIAS membership forms will book. com/Florida FolkFestiva For Membr ial Day Service,
Sunpport Group meets on be available at the concer. Contact information calal-877-635-3655 r the Byrd-Wallace Post N 4
BifngOThuIsdays Fridays at 11 a.m. at the ARIAS at261-0105 visit the website. Veterans of Foreign Wasd
The public is invited to play Council on Aging, 1367 South Monday, May,- 27 at the Vt t
bingo every Thursday at the 18th St., Fernandina Beach, JaX Jaza Fe, Blue C-abFst mMemorat s a tla-ate foi t of C
Legion, 626 SThird St., across from Baptist Medical The 213 Jacksonville Jazz The 25th anual Blue Crab Festival The service begiat 1
Fernandina Beach, in the large Center Nassau. The meetings Festiva is Ma 23-2 on three stages will take place downtown atka conclude at noo with the
smoke-free meeting hall. are free-and led by a psych in downtown Jacksonville. Pefomers May 24-27 with freeadission enter- reth in the Amelia Rive
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and atric nurse. inclde BWB featuring Rck Braun, timent and parking. Visit onie.
early bird games start at 6:05 Nassau NAMI holds busi- k .
p.m., with regular play begin- ness meetings on the third
ning promptly at 6:30 p.m. The Thursday of each month at Sitting Group (Sangha) meets noon to.4 p.m. in Maxwell Hall NEXT.WEEK their wares and dtrummer
bingo session is nine games 5:30 p.mi in the conference every Tuesday at the Dome at Memorial United Methodist boys bring everyart ofthe
fbr $20, with multiple jackpots room of the Northeast Florida Healing Center, Amelia Island, Church on North Sixth Street, Civil War era to life. Come join
paid out. Forquestions email CommunityAction Agency, from 7:30-9:15 p.m. They start downtown FemandinaBeach. ngsis in this unique, family friendly 1303 Jasmine St., Suite 100. with a 45-minute silent sitting Call 277-0099. Learn how to identify, man- event.
Proceeds support programs Everyone is welcome, then read. and discuss a verity age and prevent head lice at Fees include the $6 per
spqnsord by the American Family support meetings of material about the practice aloggroup Family Support Servicesof ehicle park entrance fee plus
2egion, for family members or care- and philosophy of Insight Genealogy group meetings North Florida's Breakfast $2 per personfort admission.
JUSt'Frields takers.of an individual with a Meditation. Anyone interested are held at Yulee United Learning Series, May 28 at 9 For information contact the
mental health diagnosis are in meditation is invited to Methodist Church., 86003 a.m. FSS offers the, fee pro- park at 277-7274 or visit
The Just Friends Single held at St. Peter's Episcopal attend. Email ameliain- Christian Way, Yulee, the sec- gram at its Nassau, unty www
Society meets-nce a month Church, 801 Atlantic Ave., to learn ond and fourth Thursday of office, 87001 Profespional t yOMIN P
for dinner. If you are single and Femandina Beach, the fourth more or cll 261-9143. each month from 9-11 a.m. Way in Yulee. Sot C sNG.IP
over the age of 55, call 321- Thursday of the month at 7 New ,embers are welcome. Networking and continental
1116 to join. It's free to egister. p.m. The meetings are free of Ge sCorier .Call225-5381 or Paulette breakfast begin at 8:30 arn.; Juried show
charge. Contact Lisa Mohn at Gerri's Corner of Comfort, Murrin at 548-9752 for infor- program from 9 to 10:30 a.m. The theme for tlhenext .
MPUreWOrwrhoP 277-1886 for information or a nonprofit resource center'for mation. Register to attend at. Island Art Association Nou-
A continuing Comp ter email NassauNAMIFlorida women with cancer, answers veau Show. wll be.'Water-.
Workshop will be held in May questions in a confidential set- Maritime Museum or 225-5347. views Membership is ot .
at Council On Aging East ting, provides support group. The Maritime Museum of Guest speakeris Kirri required to submit your art- :
Nassau, 1367 South 18th St., Medtation group information, brochures, refer- Amelia Island hosts a pro- Geib, DNP, ARNP, public work in any medium on June
for people interested in leam- The Insight Meditation ence materials, a lending gram on a current topic every health manager and director 3 from 9 a m.-noonratthe IAA
library and more through' Friday at 6 p.m. The programs of disease control and protec- Gallery, 18 N. Second St..
trained; volunteers. It offerS are joritly &sbu ~~oy the A01 t W rvices, Florida.e (oW) sete fnahi a juriend-he6WMtfa
stylish head coverings, hair- museuma'!idAmblia,., en of He --f .. .i&ds. F&r .
Spieces, sleep caps, cherno Research and Recovery, LLC, Nassau County. An advanced\ go to www.islandart.orgm.-
13 14 15 bags with necessities anrid the Amelia-based company practice registered nurse with. .
IT1 -I ~tAcomfort pillows free of charge. that searches for and recov- a doctorate in nursing prac- Blood drve
A- 18 Open Monday-Friday from ers sunken treasure from .tice, she has more than 24 The Fernandina Beach
"CRSSpanish Galleons. The muse- years of experience in public Rotary Club will host ablood
u19 20 2m is located at 1335 S. health, including screening drive on June 5, when the
.23PUZZLE M 1 Eighth St. No reservations are and treatment of head lice in Blood Alliance bloodmobile
9 PM 1 .moneeded. Call (904) 838-6688 school and home settings. will be in the parking lot of the
25 2 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 or (904) 838-6619. JSYO auditions Florida ouse Inn on South
wr-7_2. t" Ad8 tk 0A ctn Third Street from 10 a.m.-3
OP I UM LA PH 0 T 0 Parklnson'ssupp port Auditionsfor the p.m. To make an appointment
S4 3 A S S E U F 0 T 0 NfAL A support group is forming Jacksonville Symphony Youth in advance visit. ww.the-
HITLER DRUGHT for those living with and affect- Orchestra (JSYO) will take, or simply
5 44C F"EgES ed by Parkinson's disease to place May 28-31 and June 1- come at your convenience the
48 0 "AT ALO V 0R exchange information and 2 at Florida State College at dayof thedrive
A N AH 0 STrRE w better understand the dis- Jacksonville South Campus,
e5s (9 5NONE T7U0TEE YET ease. The group will meet on in Building M2 near the west Copklgschool
57 8 0 1s2 ENT R A BBDO May 23 at 7 p.m. at the parking lot in the large ensem- The next Salt Cooking
SEN cAR COuncil on Aging, 1367 South ble room on the first floor. School theme is "Cooking with
63E W DE AL A K 18th St., Fernandina Beach. Visit www.jaxyou.thorches- Julia Child,"featuring French
SETH O EGG M I Formoreinformation call view the classics with amodem
13 70 cEN T C P A T L L (903) 952-1682 or email guidelines, including for each approach, June 5-6. Pricing
2 7 THEE TOR NATTY JSYO ensemble. To apply for starts at.$899 for oneguest
an audition'visit www.jaxy- and $1,259 for two. The. and click schools are also offered a la
on the Auditions tab to get carte, without accomrnoda-
PREMIUMMOV CIANN Started. For information call tions for $33 perpeso
Make the Switch F could save 28% (904) 354-5479, ext. 221. (inclusive). Ala carte rieserva-
and Sae UpTo 50%5 i Cail 1i 866-929-9071 to see how mucS 'Inside Outl A t e is m os baid oeat 0th
CalNow andlskou ayou could save on car insurance. Wesley McRntyre presents refundable For irifprmation
1-888-903-6814 EeSh a"Inside Out," an artistic offer- visit
o,.ll7,.saweeksam lpme nmotde: oMo81 *.IfrsubiecrsoahaniEbaedanprmum .hnneI willabilt t i.m esUronce ing on May31 and June 1 at ameliaisland.
e staLPoint MTedia. o 9 S ldA:r 7aOn Allstate'company the Boleros Cultural Arts
Cente, 10131 Atlanta Blvd. Marina Day
50. Mail agency 20. Opposite of Jacksonville and on.June 8 at The Femnandina Harbor
ACROSS 52. Double helix wlalpha 6 2 8 The Peck Center 516 South Marina Will present its Annual
1. Done with a knife 53. Wel-mannered 22. *"Dog dog "-10th St., Fernandina Beach.. Boat Show, free of charge on
6. Pendulum's path Emily 24. Observation A All events are at 7:30 p.m. June 8, National Marinra Day.
writing 57. *" Noir" 25. *It "ate my Advance tickets are $10, or will be held from 10 a.m.-3 ."
13. Salk'sconquest cabaret baby" 4C .'- 0 3 $12 at the door. Contact Solid p.mi. For informationvisit
14. Gunk 60. *Most famous 26. Food safety U Rock Church of God by Faith,
15. *Given name of collip? threat 86138 Palm Tree Drive,
"Dogthe ounty 63. Best not men- 27. Asian pepper 4 9 5 Yulee, at 225-5388 or email lFahioroftheoBrld o
16. Tree in Latin 64. Poetic "before" 31. Politician's bar- Mc Arelia Community
17. Hold title to 66. Bridal path relful 2 for more information. Theatre presents "Father of .
18. Knightly.suit 68. Open disre- 32. *Baskerville's Marine pcnic the Bride" June 13-15, 20-22 J
19. *Nickelodeon's spect scare and 27-29 at 8p.m. and June
conjoined broth- 69. Poetic "even" 33. Author 8 3 '2 7 The Everett P. Pope 23 at 2 p.m.
ers (1998-2005) 70. Imposing house Chekhov Detachment of the Marine A popular movie, this is the
21. Dig further 71. One of the Ivies. 34; Seed coat _Corps League will hold their funny and familiar comedy of z
23. Deadeye's forte 72. Banned insecti- 36. Whitetail, e.g. 4 8 7 6 annual picnic at Kraft Ten a father at his wit's end as his
24. Good earth cide 38.*Boot-wearing Acres starting at noon on daughter's wedding grows 2
25. Young wormn 73. Larger key on cat 'June 1. All Nassau County larger and more expensive by H
making her debut the nght 42.. natomc 5 7 2 Marines and their families are the day. Tickets are $20 for .
28. Le Corbusier's dividers invited. The picnic is free of adults and $10 for students
art DOWN 45. Used to drain
30. *The Cat in the 1. R&R hot spot gas tank 9 1 4 charge. and may be purchased online
Hat wore a 2. Rigid necklace 49. India's smallest UniOn Garrison at, www.ameliacommunitythe-
striped one 3. Actress Jessica state s _____ or by calling 261-
35. Like decorated 4. Plants and ani- 51. PBS street Fort Clinch State Park, 6749. Amelia Community
cake mals 54. Knight's mount Fill in the squares so 7 5 9 3 4 1 6 8 2 2601 Atlantic Ave., will host a Theatre is located at 207
37. Slime 5. Ukeacirtyaffair 56. Of the Orient h 1 6 Union Garrisoh event from 9 Cedar St., Femandina Beach. "
39. Nary a soul 6. Bug-eyed 57. Pretty undergar- thate8ChrOWCOlumn 1 2 6 9 8 5 7 4 3 a.m.-5 p.m. June 1 and 9 N
40. Musical mark 7. Column's coun- ment fabric and3-by3box 8 4 3 6 2 7 5 1 9 a.m.-noon June 2. This pro- Nwcome e
41. Elephant train- terpart 58. Very dark black th-mb- gram will allow visitors to inter-. The Newcomers Club of a"
er's prod 8. Type of dwelling 59. Succotash contain the numbers 6 -1 2 5 3 8 9 7 4 act with living historians to .Amelia Island will host its
43. Byproduct of unit ingredient I through 9. Solution experience life in the fort as-it r or-thly coffee on June 13 at

46. *A dog relies on ment. truth?!" Friday B-section. 9 7 5 1 6 4 3 2 8 be bustling with soldier'n in in joinihg the cluband who ";
it to interpret the 10. Not cool 62. Besides 3 7 4 9 2 8 6 perinod costumes involved in. reside in Nassau County are-
world 11. In a little while, 63. Recipe amount Friday, May 17 Solution 3 7 4 9 2 8 6 1 firing demonstrations, march- welcome to attend. For infor-
47. Speed on water : old-fashioned 65. *Color of some a 2 6 1 8 5 3 4 9 ing drills, cooking and daily mation contact Lulu Elliott at
48. "There Will Be 12. Royal setters activities. Ladies in their or y.
Blood" contrap- Highness 67. Poetic "always" 4 9 8 7 1 6 2 3 5 dresses, sutlers displaying 548-9807.



Housed in the historic
Nassau County jail' the
Amelia Island Museum of
History, 233 S. Third St.,
0 showcases the island's
State Rep. 4,000 years of history.
JanetAdkins -Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
welcomes the Monday through Saturday
Amelia Island and 1-4 p.m. Sunday.
Daughters of Admission is $7 adults, $4
the Revolution students and $4 military.
to the State Visit www.ameliamuse-
Capitol in or call 261-7378. -
Tallahassee in Docent-led tours are
April. Adkins held at 11 am. and 2 p.m.
traces her Monday through Saturday
ancestry back and at 2 p.m. Sunday.
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IN THECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE Point of Reference com- CA-000472of the CircutCourt No: GMHGAI378510A & 7305,Try 277-7399, (FTY number MONTHS AFTER THE TIMEOF tions, youareadvised tonoti- OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES'
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, mence at a point where the of the FOURTH Judclal Circuit GMHGA13795810B, located for all City offices) or through FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS fy the District within 14 days of CLAIMING INTERESTS BY;
IN AND FOR NASSAU North line of Section Eighteen in and for NASSAU County, on the property. the Florida Relay Sen ce at 1- NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER-THE notification of the applica- THROUGH, UNDER, AND.
COUNY. FLORIDA (18) Township Two (2) North, Florida wherein, WELLS FARGO has been filed against you, 8007955-8771 at least 24 hours DATE OF.SERVICE OF A COPY tion(s) if you have questions, AGAINST A NAMED DEFEN-T
CASE NO.: 12 CA367 RangeTwentyeven (27) East BANK, NA, is the Plaintiff and and you are required to serve in advance to request such OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. objections, comments, or nfor- DANT(S) WHO ARE NOT'
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCl- Is Intersected by the center of NICHOLAS MARTINO; ANGELA a copy of your written defens- accommodation. All other creditors of thb- motion regarding the actvMty KNOWNTO BE DEAD OR AUVE
ATION AS TRUSTEE ON BEHALF Interstate Highway No. 1-95 (a M. MARTINO; HERON ISLES es, If any, to it on Lance Paul IF ANY PERSOl DECIDES TO decedent and ther persons proposed In the permit appli- WHETHER SAME UNKNOWN,
OF MANUFACTURED HOUSING three Hundred (300).footrght- OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.; Cohenthe Plaintiff's attorney, APPEALANY DECISION MADE having claims or demands cation. If you make a written PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
CONTRACT SENIOR/SUBORDI- of-way): and run in a Southerly TENANT #1 N/K/A TASHA whose address Is Cohen & BY THE BOARD/COMMISSION againstthe decedent's estate request to the District for addi- EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
NATE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- direction along said center CAMPBELL are the Defen- Thurston, PA., 1912 Hamilton WIHRESPECTTOANY MATTER rust file their claimt with this tfonal Information regarding a DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
CATE TRUST 1999-1, acting by and along the arc of a curve dants, The Clerk of the Court Street Suite206,Jacksonve, FL CONSIDERED AT SUCH HEAR- Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS, AFER specific permit application, OTHER.CLAIMANTS
and through GREENTREESER- concavetotheWesthavnga will sell to the highestand best 32210 wthin thirty (30) days ING, S/HE WILL NEED TO THE DATE OF FIRST PUBULIA- youwill be providedanoppor- Defendant(s).
VICING U.LLC, in its capacity as radius of Seven thousand Six bidder for cash at NASSAU after the first date of publca- ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM TION OF THIS NOTICE. tunity to obtain the available NOTICE OF ACTION
Servicer Hundred Thirty-nine and Forty- JUDICIAL ANNEX, 76347 VET- ton of this notice, ard file the RECORD OF THE PROCEED- ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH- Information.Please note that TO: THE U NKNOWN SPOUSE,
7360 S. Kyrene Road four Hundredths (7,639.44)feet ERAN'S WAY, ULEE, FLORIDA original with.the Clerk of this INGS ISMADE,WHICH RECORD IN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH filing a written objection does HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
Tempe, 85283 a chord distance of One at 11:30AM on the 20th day of Court ether before service on INCLUDESTHE TESTIMONY AND IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE not entitle you to a Chapter ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
PIaIntiff Thousand One Hundred June, 2013, the following Plaintiff's attorney or immedi- EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL 120, Florda Statutes adminis- TORS, TRUSTEES, ANDALL .
D Eighteen and Thirtysix described propertyasset forth ately thereafter; otherwise a APPEAL ISTO BE BASED. BE FOREVER BARRED. trative hearing. OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM IN,.
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVIS- Hundredth (1,118.36) feet to in said Final Judgment: default wil be entered against Copies of the application NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME Notice of Intended (pro- TH ESTATE OF EARL R. BENNETTi
EES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, the Point of Tangency (the LOT 142 HERON ISLES PHASE you for the relef demanded in maybe inspected In the office ERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, posed) Dtstrct Decilon will be A/K/A EARL ROGER BENNETT .
CREDITORS, UENORS AND bearing of the, aforemen- ONEACCORDNGTOTHE PLAT the complaint or petition. ofthe City Clerk City Hall, 204 ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) provded to persons who have whose residence Is unknown
TRUSTEES OF JASPER M. HEN- tioned chord being South THEREOF AS RECORDED IN DATED on this 10th day of Ash Street, between the hours YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE requested individual notice.A If he/she/theybeliving and if
DRICK, DECEASED, AND ALL Three (3) degrees, Forty-five PLAT BOOK 7, PAGES40-46 OF May 0, 2013. of 800AM-5:00 PM, Monday DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH request for individual notice he/she/they be dead, the
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY (45) minutes, Ten (10) seconds THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS- JOHN A. CRAWFORD through Friday. For informa- IS BARRED. of intended (proposed) District unknown defendants who,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND West); run thence South Seven SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA CLERK OF THE COURT tion on the application, please The date of first Publication of DeclsioR on the applicaton lay. be spouses, heirs,;
AGAINST THE NAMED PER- (7) degrees, Fifty-seven (57) A/K/A 96252 CORAL REEF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA contact the Staff of the City this Notice is May 22nd, 2013. must be received by the devisees, grantees, assignees'
SONS, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, minutes West, continuing ROAD, YULEE, FL32097-6562 By: /s/ Pamella Jones Clerk's Office at 277-7305. Attorney for Personal District's Director, Bureau of lienors,creditors,trustees,andI
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN- along said center a distance Any person claiming an Deputy Clerk It 05-22-2013 Representative: Regulatory Sipport priorto the all parties claiming an interest
EES, CREDITORS, LENORS AND of One Thousand Two Hundred Interest In the surplus from the 2t 05-22-29-2013 1469 DOUGLAS A. date the notice of Intended by, through, under or against
TRUSTEES OF NIRA J. HENDRICK Seventy-seven and Twenty-six, sale, if any, other. than the 1467 ---------- OBERDORFER, PA. (proposed) District Decision is the Defendants, who are not,,
DECEASED, AND ALL OTHER hundredths(1,277.26)feetto a propertyownerasof the date ----'----- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 432 East Monroe Street, generated. known to be dead or alive
PERSONS CLAIMING. BY, point; run thenc North Eighty- of the is Pendenf must file a NOTICE OF SALE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 2nd Floor Margaret Daniels, and all parties having or daim
THROUGH, UNDER, AND nine (89) degreh Fifty-seven claim within sixty (60) days NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN AND FOR NASSAU Jacksonvllle FL 32202 Bureau Chief ing to have any right, title or,
AGAINST THE NAMED PER- (57) Five (05) seconds West a after the sale. that the undersigned intends COUNTY, FLORIDA 'Phone: (904) 354-5454 Bureau of Regulatory Support Interest In the property3
SONS, et al., distance of Four Hundred, Fifty WITNESS MY HAND and the to sell the personal property CASE NO: E -Mail: St. Johns River Water described in the mortgageU
Defendants. And Thirty-four hundredths seal of this Court on May 10th, described below at public' 45-201 1-CA-000178 Management District being foreclosed her4in.
NOTICE OF SALE (450.34) feet to a point; run 2013. sale by competitive bidding DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL Secondary E-Mail: 4049 Reld Street I TO: CHAD ALLEN BENNETT T
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thence North Fifteen (15). John A. Crawford on Friday the 31 stday of May, TRUST COMPANY, AS INDEN- Palatka, FL32177-2529 Last Known Address:
THAT, pursuant to Plaintiff's Final degrees, One (01) minute, Clerk of the Circuit Court 2013 at 10:00 am on the prem- TURE TRUSTEE FOR NEW CEN- Personal Representative: (386) 329-4570 44608 Sandy Ford Road
Summary Judgment of Forty-five (45) seconds West, By: /s/ Sue Powell Ises where said property has TURY HOME EQUITY LOAN CHRISTEEN CAROL BARNES it 05-22-2013 Callahan, Florida 32011-6284
Foreclosure entered in the a distance of Five Hundred, Deputy Clerk been stored and Swhich are TRUST 2006-2 85001 Ethyl Lane 1472 Current Address: Unknown
abovecaptioned action, I will Thirty-fur and Eleven See Americans with located at Bridgeview Self Plaintiff(s), Yulee, Florda 32097 ..------..... Previous Address: Unknown
sel9 the property. situdted In Hundredths (534.11) feet to a Disabilities Act Storage, 474431 East State vs. 2t 05-22-29-2013 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TO: ZACHERY SCOTT BENNETTf
Nassau County, Florida, point; run thence North Sixty- If you are a person with a dis- Road 200, Fernandina Beach, BARBARA A. MEZELLA A/K/A 1471 f FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Last Known Address:
described as follows, to wit; one (61) degrees Five (05) min- abilty who needs anyaccom- FL 32034 Nassau County the BARBARA MEZELLA; etal, ---------- IN AND FOR 13491 Sawpit Road 1
a EXHIBIT "A utes, (0) seconds West, a dis- modatlon in order to particl- following: .-Defendant(s). The St. Johns River Water NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA, Jacksonville, Florida 32226
SCHEDULE "A W tance of Five Hundred Thirty pate in this proceeding, you David Dismyke 6008 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE Management District (District) CIVIL ACTION Current Address: Unknown .
A portlon of Section Thirteen and Eighty-three Hundredths are enttled,atno costto you, Jam'esTurlngton 3181 SALE PURSUANT TO givas notice of receipt of the CASE NO.:, PreviousAddress: Unknown o
(13), Township Two (2) North, (530.83) feet to a point; run to the provisionof certain assis- Purchases must be pald for CHAPTER 45 following permit applica- 46-2013-CA-000107 TO: GAIL LYNN BENNETT
Range Twenty-six (26). thence North sixty-two (62)., tancepleasecontactthecir- at the time of purchase by NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tion(s): BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., Last Known Address:
East, Nassau County, Florida. degrees, Forty-three (43) mrn- cult court at (904) 321-5709. cash only. A cleaning deposit that sale will be madd pur- Individual ERP Permit Plaintiff 13491 Sawpit Road
said portion being more par- utes, Ten (10) seconds West, a 2t 05-22-29-2013 will be taken. suant to an Order or Final Applications, vs. Jacksonville, Florida 32226
tculary described as follows: distance of One Hundred 1465 f Dated this 05/22/2013 and Summary Judgment.' Final Woodbridge Natsau LLC, JAMES A.-SWANSON, et al. Current Address: Unknown
For a Point of Reference Sixty-four and Ninety ---------- 05/29/2013. Judgment was awarded on 95094 Arbor Ln, Fernandina Defendant(s) Previous Address: 85274 1
commence at a point where Hundredths (164.90) feet to a IN THE CIRCUIT.COURT OF THE 2t 05-22-29-2013 May 3, 2013 in Cvil Case No. Beach, FL 32034I application NOTICE OF ACTION Theresa Rd.
the North line of Section point; run thence North; FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1475 45-2011 -CA-000178, of the # 4-089-95962-3.The project Is FORECLOSURE 'Yulee, Florida 32097
Eighteen(18),Townshiptwo(2) Twenty-four (24) degrees, INAND FOR NASSAU -------- Circuit Court of the FOURTH located in Nassau County, PROCEEDINGS-PROPERTY TO: ALLOTHER UNKNOWN PAR-

NoK l-95(athlrty(30.0) foot right Hundredths (390.50) feet to a 45-2008-CA-99 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TRUST COMPANY, AS INDEN- Envlroinmentd Resdurce Permit KNOWN ADDRESS IS; 44039 DANT(S) WHO ARE NOt
of way); ad run n a Southerly point; run thence North three .DIVISION:A thata Publlc Hearing issched- TURE TRUSTEE FOR NEW CEN- applcation is for the con- BAYBERRYCOURT, CALLAHAN, KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALVE
sdirection along said center (3) degrees, FIve (05) minutes, DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL uEed forTuesday, June 4, 2013 TURY HOME EQUITY LOAN struction of a surface water FL 32011 In WHETHER SAME UNKNOWN,
and along the ad of a curve Ten (10) seconds West, adis- TRUSf COMPANY, ASTRUSTEE at 6:00 PM 10 the City TRUST 2006-2 1sthe Plalntifand, 7 managerient system to serve CAROLYN L SWANSON: PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-g
concavetotheWesterlyhat- tanceof SevenHundredThree ASSET-BACKEDCERTIFICATES, Commission Chambers. 204 BARBARA A. MEZELLA A/K/A a residential deviopment ADDRESS UNKNOWN BUT EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS..
IngaradiusofSevenThousand andTwentyOneHundredths SERIES2006-3, Ash Street Fernandlna Beach, BARBARA MEZELLA; FLORA known as Woodbrlge PUD, WHOSELASTIKNOWNADDRESS DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR"
Six Hundred Thirty-nhine and (703.21)feet to a point run Plaintiff, Florldatoconsiderthe follow- PARKE HOMEOWNERS ASSO- Village 4-9. The receiving IS: 44039 BAYBERRY COURT; OTHERCLAIMANITS
Forty-four Hundredths thence North Eighty-two (82) vs. Ing Ordinances: CIATIO, INC.; ANY AND ALL waterbody is unnamed wet- CALLAHAN, FL 32011 whose residence I
(7,639.44) feet a chord dis- degrees, One Minute (01), KENNETH CORBETT, et al, ORDINANCE NO.2013-02 UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING ands. Residence Unknown and If u'nknown Ifthe/she/they be liv-
tance ofa tOne Thousand One West distance of four Defendant(s). AN ORDINANCE OF THE BY THROUGH, UNDER AND The file(s) containing the living, including any unknown ing; and. If he/she/they,
Hundred ghteen and Thirty- Hundred Seventeen and NOTICE OF CfY COMMISSION OFTHE CIY AGAINSTTHE HEREIN NAMED permt applibatlon(s)areavaid- souse of the Defendant, f dead, the unknown defen
six Hundredths (1,118.36) feet Seventy-r)nne 'Hundredths FORECLOSURE SALE -OF FERNANDINA. BEACH, [NDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) able for Inspection Monday remarried and if said. dants who may be spouses,
to the Pont of Tangency (the (417.79) feet to a point; run NOTI CE IS HEREBY GIVEN FLORIDA AMENDING SECTION wHOARE NOT KNOWN TO BE through frlday, except for Defendant is dead; his/her hers deVisees, grantees,
bearing of the aforemen- thence North Seven (07) pursuant to a Final Judgment 70-170 BY REMOVING POCKET DEADOR AUVEWHETHERSAID District holidays, 8 a.m. to 5 respective unknown heirs, assi nes, Ilenors, creditors,
dioned chord being South degrees, Fifty-seven (57) min- of Mortgage Foreclosure PARKS FROM PERMITTED PUB. UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY p.m. at the Dstrict's devlsees, grantees, asgnees, trustees, and all partHes claim-N
(45)mlnutes,Ten (T seconds Hundred Forty and Thirty- entered In Case No.45-2008- TION 70-171 ESTABUSHING A ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES, Palatka, FL 32177-2529. You and all other persons claim- under or against Ithe
West);runthenceSouth Seven Hundredth (140.30) feet to a CA-99 of the Circuit CoArt of PROHIBITED PUBLIC AREA OR OTHER CLAIMANTSGare may also view files at one of Ing by, through, uner orT Defendants, who are notI
(7) degrees, Ffty-seve (57) oint forthe POINT OF BEGIN- the FOURTH Judicial Circuit n WHERE STREET PERFOR- Defendants. ER the District's Service Centers, against the named knpwn to be dead or alive
minutesWestcontinuingalong NING. and for NASSAU County, MANCES AND ART VENDING Theclerk ofthecourt John Nbut you shouldcall ervice Defendant; andthe atore-1 and alh prtes havngordcladnm-
Ssad centeradistance of One Fro the POINT OF BEGIN- Florida wherbln, DEUTSCHE ARE NOT PERMITTED AMEND- A.CrawfordGllsei Utothe hgh- Center staff in advance -to mentioned named Defendant Ing to have any right, title or
housandred Two Hundred NNG tty- us described cont BANK NATIONAL TRUST CCOM ING SECTION 70-172 TO PRO- est bidder for cash at the' make sure that the files are at and such of afDre mntioned Interest In.o.ethe property
Seventy-seven and Twenty-six ue North seven (07) degrees, PANY, AS TRUSTEE ASSET- VIDE FOR INSURANCE Nassau Judicial. Annex, 76347 a speclfic Servlce Cehter. the aforementioned inknown descrlbedi :nithe mortgage
Hundredths(1,277.26) feettoa Fifty-seven (57) minutes, East BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES REQUIREMENTS; AMENDING VeteransWay, Dulee FL32097 Service Center contact nfdar- Defendant and such of the being foreclosedheren.
poin thence North Eighty- or a dtance of Ten (0.0) feetto 2006-3, is the Plaintiff and KEN- SECTION70-1 73 BY PROVIDING at 1 1:30 a.monthe 3 day of matioh Is available online at unknown name Defendantas YOU ARE NOTIFIED that ans
nine (89) degrees, Fifty-seven an Iron pipe; run thence North NETH CORBETT; IMBERLY CR- FOR DISTANCE REQUIREMENTS June, 2013, the following floridaswater com/contac- may be Infants, incompetents action to foreclose a mort-
(57)mlhues. Five (05) seconds Eighty-two (82)degrees,Three BETT; CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY FROM PUBLIC SEATING AREAS described real property as set tus/offices.html. Additionally, or otherwise not sul Jurls. gage on the follow ng prop-
West a distance of Four (03)mlnutes, West a distance SERVICES, INC.; are the AND OTHER PERFORMERS; forth in sad Final Summary most perrsilt application file YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED erty in Nassau County, Florida:
Hundred Fifty and Thirty-four of One Hundred Forty (140.0) Defendants, The Clerk of the AMENDING SECTION70-174 BYS Jutgment, to wit: documents can be viewed that an action to foreclose a TRACT 6, BLOCK 2, YULEE
Hundredth (450.34) feetto a feet t'an Iron pipe set on the Court will sell to the highest PROHIBITING AMPULFICATION LOT 122, FLORA PARKE UNIT online at mortgage on the following. WOODS SECTION a TWO
poit; runhience North Fifteen Easterly right-of-way line of a and best bidder for cash at WITHOUT A SPECIAL EVENTS 2A, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT permittlng/rinex.htmi; To described property to-wit: ACCORDING TO THE PLATw,,
(15)degreesOne () minute, propose Sixty (60.0)footroad; ASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, .PERMIT; PROVIDING FOR SEV- THEREOF AS RECORDED IN obtain Information on how to LOT 168 AND 169; SWAL-, THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
Forty-five (45) secondsl West a run thence South Seven (07) 76347 VETERAN'S WAY YULEE, ERABILITY; AND PROVIDING PLAT BOOK 6. PAGE 239, OF THE find and view permit applilca- LOWFORK ESTATES-PHASE' BOOK 5 PAGES 83 AND 84 OF
dstance of Five Hundred degrees, Fifty-seven (57) mln- FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. PUBUC RECORDS OF NASSAU tlon ftile documents.go-tothe TIREE, ACCORDING TO PLAT THE PUBC RECORDS OF NAS.
dhirty-fourandt evane utes West, along the sald right 20thday wofJune, 2bi3,thefol- nterested partMes may COUNY FLORIDA HELP tab in E-Permitting and THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN SAU, COUNTY, FLORIDAl,
Hundredths (534.11) feet to a of way a distance of Ten (10) lowing described property as appear at said hearing an ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN cilckon Suppot and FAsand PLA BOOKS,r AGE346 OFTHE TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
point; run thence North Sixty- feet run thenceSouth Eight- set forth In said Final beheard as to the advIsabill- INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM then follow the directions pro- PUBUC RECORDS OF NASSAU MOBIl 'HOME DESCRIBED ASt
one (6.1) degrees, Five (05) two (82) degrees, Three (03) Judgment: K ty of any action, which may THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN vlded unider How to find a COUNTY FLORInDA THE 1898 OMNIVIN.NO.018306a
minutes, Fifty (50) seconds minutes East a distance of LOT 13,CEDAR HAVEN UNIT be considered, Any persons THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF Technlcal Staff Report (TSR) or TOGETHER WITH THATYEAR This property is located aE
West a distance of Five One Hundred Forty(140) feet TWO, ACCORDING TO PLAT with disabilities requiring THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS other application file docut 2007, MAKE: JACOBSENVIN#; the Street address of: 652
Hundred Thirty and a Eighty- to the POINT OF BEGINNING .y THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAf accommodations n order to MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 ments14 JACFL 28648A AND V N#I Theresa Road. Yulee, Florida
ee Hundredths (530.83) feet Also known as the Northerly BOOK 6, PAGES 380 AND 381, participate In this program or DAYSAFTER THE SALE. The decisaon on Standard JACFL28648B MANUFACTURED W 32097 T
to a point; run thence North 10.0 feet of Lot 74, Johlnson's OF THE PUBUC RECORDS'OF activity should contact 277- Dated this 13th day of May General and Standard permit HOME, WHICH IS PERMANENT- wYOUARE REQUIREDto serve,
Sixty-two (62) degrees Forty- Lake Unrecorded. NASSAU COUNtY, FLORIDA. s 7305,TRY 277-7399,(flY I numb er 2013. applications will be made at LY AFIXED TO THE ABOVE acopy o yo r wrtten efens
three. (43) minutes, ten (10) TOGETHER WITH THAT CER- A/KA 27052 POND DRIVE, for all City offices) or through By: s/ Amanda Stea rn the Distrlet's Service Center DESCRIBED LANDS. AS SUCH IT- eA on or before June 29 2013
secondstanWest a distance of TAIN 19962 X 28 BAYMANOR HI LLARD, FL 32046 the Florda Relay Service at 1- Deputy Clerk where the application is IS DEEMED TO BE A FIXTURE a date which is' thl 30 Edays
One Hundred Sixty-four and MOBILE HOME, SERIAL NUM- Any person claiming an 800-955-8771 a least 24 hours Aldridge Connors, LP 7 processed, unless the appll- AND A PART OF THE REAL afterthef rstpubllcatlor, Flany,.
NInyHundredth (164.90) feet BER FLHMLCB i18520372A&B. Interest in the surplus from the -In advance to request such Attorney for Plaintiff(s) cation Is upgraded to aOr ESTATE. Gon Eizabeth R. Welborn, P A:.
to a point; run thence North Commonly lknown as: 75258 sale, if any, other than the accommodation 7000 West Palmetto Park Rd., Individual permit as explalned more commonly known as: Plaintiff's Attorney, whose
Twenty-four (24) degrees Ten JOHNSON LAKE ROAD, YULEE, property owner as of the date IFANY PERSON DECIDESTO SUite 307 below.A substantial objection 44039 BAYBERRY COURT, addres is 350 Jim Moran Blvd..
(Ten) mInutes. Fifty (50) sec- FLORIDA 32097. of the Us Pendens must tle a APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE Boca Raton, FL 33433 wto a Standard General or CALLAHAN, FL 32011 Suite 100, Deerfield Beach,
onds East a distance6fThree at public sale, to the high- claim within sixty (60) days BY THE BOARD/COMMISSION Phone: 561.392.6391 Standard permit applicatlon This actlon has been filed Forlda3344 2,Qd flle the org.
Hundred Ninety and Fifty estandbestblder, forcashat after the sale. WITH RESPECTTOANY MATTER Fax: 561.392.6965 must be made Iln writing and agaInst you, and you are Inal with this Court elther
Hundredths (390.50) feettoA thefrontof theNasisauCounty WITNESS MY HAND and the CONSIDERED AT SUCH HEAR- IMPORTANT fled wlth (received' by) the required to serve a copy of before .service on Plalntff's
point; runIN thence North Three Courthouse,76347Veterans seal of this Court on May10th, ING, S/HE WILL NEED TO IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH Director, Bureau of Regulatory your written defense, if any, to Attorney, or Immediately there-'
(3) degrees, five (05) minutes Way, Yulee, Florida 32097, at 2013. ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS AN Support. PO. Box 1429, Palatka, It on the Plalntiff's .attorney, after; otherwise, a default wilL
Ten (10) seconds West a dis- 11:30AM(ESi),onthe20 day JohnA.Crawford RECORD OF THE PROCEED- ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER FL 32178-1429,or bye-mail at FLORIDA FORECLOSURE beentered againstyouforthe
tazeofSevenHundredlhree of June,2013. ClerkoftheCircuitCourt- INGSISMADEWHICHRECORD TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO- appiicationsupport@sjr- ATTORNEYS, PLLC, whose relief demanded- in the.
and Twenty one Hundredths If you are a subordinate lien By: /s/ Sue Powell INCLUDESTHETESTIMONY AND CEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, wmd:com, within 14 days of address is 601 Cleveland Complaint or Petition.
(703.21) feet to a point; run holder claiming a right to Deputy Clerk EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE notification of the application. Street Suite 690, Clearwater, This Notice shall be pub-
thence Nrth ighty-two (82) fonds remaining afterthe sale, See Americans with APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. PROVISION OF CERTAINASSIS- Please Include either the FL33755,onor efore30days lshed once a week for two
degrees, one mlute (01), West you must file a cJalm with the Disabilifties Act Copies of the dpplication TANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE Permit Applicalon number or after date of first publicatio consecutive weeks In The
o distance of Four Hundred Clerk of Court no later than If you are a person with a dis- may beinspected Inthe office ADA COORDINATOR, AT (904) the Project Nameintheobjec- response due byJune 29,2013; News Leader.
Seventeen and Seventy-nine 60days after the sale.If youfdli abltywho needsany accom- of the CFy Clerk Clty Hall, 204 548-4909 PRESS 0, AT LEAST 7 tlon. Notification of the appll- and file the original with the WITNESS my hand and sea
Hundreadths (417.79) feettoa to fle a clair, you will not be modatlon in order to particl- Ash Street, oetween the hours DAYS BEFORE YOUR' SCHED- cation Is either the filfth day Clerk of the Circuit Court either of the.courton March 15;2013.
point;runhence NorthSeven entitled to any remaining pate in this proceeding, you of8:00AM-5:00PM, Monday ULED COURT APPEARANCE, after the date on which the before service on ,Palntiff's JOHNA.CRAWFORD
(07)degrees, Fifty-seven (57) funds, are entitled, at nocosttoyou, throughFriday. For informa- OR IMMEDIATELY UPON written notice Is deposited in attorneyorimrsnedIatelythere- CLERK OF THE COURT
minutes East a distoOce-of Notice to Persons with to the provisionof certan assis- tlonontheapplicatIon, please RECEIVING THIS NOTIFICATION the U.S. mail (for those persons after; otherwise a default will By: /s/ Pamela Jones
One Hundred Fifty and Thirty- Disabililes: if you are a person tance please contact the cir- contact the Staff of the Clty IF THE TIME BEFORE THE SCHEED who receive actual notice by beentered againstyoufor the Deputy Clerk
hundredths (150.30) feettoan with a disability who needs cult court at (904) 321-709. Clerk's Office at277-7305. ULED APPEARANCE IS LESS U.S. mail), the day the notice Is relief demanded In the Attorney for Plalntiff:
Iron pipe set for the POINT OF anyaccommodations In order 2t05-22-29-2013 It 05-22-2013 THAN 7 DAYS IF YOU ARE emalled (for those personis Complalnt. Jacqueline Gardiner, Escq.
BEGINNING. From the POINT to participate In- this pro- 1466 1468 HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, who receive actual notice by WITNESS my hand gnd seal Jacquelyn C. Herrman, Esq.
OF BEGINNING thus described ceeding, you are entitled at ----------- ---------- CALL 711. email), or the date the notice of this Court on the 15"n day of Elzabeth R. Wellborn, PA. a
continue North Seven (07) no cost to you, to the provi- IN THE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 2t 05-22-29-2013 Is published in the newspaper May, 2013. 350 Jim Moran Blvd., Suite 100
degrees, Fifty-sevn (57) ma m slon of certain assistance. NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA CITY COMMISSION 1470 (if actual notice is not provid- Clerk of the Court Deerfield Beach Florida 33442.
utes, Ea~ a H istance of One Please contact the Court CASE NO.: 2013-CA-000194 -CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH e----------ed by U.S. nraIl or email). A NASSAU County, Florida Telephone:t (954) 354-3544
Hundred Fifty (150.0) feet to Admlnistrato's office notiater DIVISION: A NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR "substantial objection" means By: /s/ Pamella Jones Facsimile: (954) 354-3545
an Iron pipe; run thence North than seven days prior to the VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND that a Public Hearing is sched- NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA a written statement directed Deputy Clerk Primaryn email:
Eghty-two (82) degrees,Three proceeding. FINANCE, INC., etc., uled for Tuesdby, June 4, 2013 PROBATE DIVISION to the District that Identifies 2t 05-22-29-2013
(03) minutes, West a distance JOHN A. CRAWFORD Plalntiff, at 6:00 PM In Ethe City FILE NO.: 13-CP-21 the objector, concerns hydro- 1474 Secondary email: service-
of One Hundred Forty (140.0) Clerk of Circuit Court Vs. Commission Chambers, 204 DIVISION: A logic or environmentcl M -----------
feetto an iron pipe set on the By: /s/Sue Powell FREDWEATHERFORD II et a Ash Street Fernanrina Beach, IN RE: ESTATE OF impacts of the proposed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN ACCORDANCE WITH.
Easterly right of way line of a Deputy Clerk Defendants Florida to conslder the follow- DAVID NELSON BARNES, activtiy, and relates to appll- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, THE AMERICAN WITH DISABIU-
proposed Sixty (60.0) foot road; 2t 05-22-29-2013 NOTICE OF ACTION Ing Ordinances: Deceased. cable rule criteria. A timely IN AND FOR NASSAU TIES ACT, If you are a person
run thence South Seven (07) 1464 TO: t ORDINANCE 2013-09 NOTICE TO CREDITORS substantial objection will cause COUNTY. FLORIDA with a disablilty who needs,
degrees, Fifty-seven (57) nr1n- ---------- Fred Weatherford III AN ORDINANCE OF THE The administratlorn of the the Standard General or CIVIL DIVISION any accommodation In order'
utesWestalong the said right IN THE GIRCUIT COURT OF THE Last known Address CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH, estate of DAVID NELSON Standard permit appllcation CASE NO.: to participate in this pro-
of way a distance of One FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT 152925 CR 108 FLORIDA, AMENDING THE BARNES. deceased, Vhose to be considered an applica- 45-2013-CA-000070 ceeding, you are entitled, at
Hundred Fifty (150.0) feet to IN AND FOR NASSAU Yulee, FL32097 CLASSIFICATION PLAN FOR FIS- date of aeath was August 24, tlon for an Individual permit. If DIVISION: no costto you,to provislonsof.
an iron plpe; runthence South COUNTY, FLORIDA New South Federal Savlngs CAL YEAR 2012-2013, PUR- 2010. Is pendlng in the Circuit the Distrlct recelves a timely BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. certain assistance.Pleasecon-'
Eighty-two (82)'degrees,two CIVILACTION Bank SUANTTOSECTION 120 OFTHE Court for NASSAU County, substantial ojectlonfromyou, Plalntiff, tact the ADA Coordinator at
(02) minutes East a distance CASE NO.: Last known Address CITY CHARTER AND SECTION Florida, Probate Division, the then you will receive written vs. (904) 548-4600(thenpress0) at.
of One Hundr d Forty (140.0) 45-2012-CA-000472 .2198 Columblana Rd. 62-247 OF THE CODE OF ORDI- address of which is 76347 notice of the Dlstrict's intend- THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, least 7 workIng days before
feet to the POINT OF BEGIN- DIVISION: A Birmingham, AN 35216 NANCES OF THE CITY; PRO- Veterans' Way, Yulee, Florida ed decision on the permit DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN- your scheduled court appear-
NING. Also known as Lots WELL$SFARGO BANK, NA, YOU ARE NOTICED that an VIDING FOR SEVERABiLITY; AND 32097. The names and application. EES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, once, or Immedlately upon'
Seventy-five, (75) and the Plaintiff, action to foreclose the follow- PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE addresses of the personal rep- Please note that decisions TRUSTEES, AND 'ALL OTHERS receMng this notification if the
South' One Half (51/2) of Lot vs. Ing property in NassauCounty, DATE resentative and the personal on Individual permit aopplica- WHO MAY CLAIM INTH ESTATE time before the scheduled
Seventy-slx (76), JOHNSON'S NICHOLAS MARTINO, et al, Florlda: Interested parties may representatlve's attorney are tions will be made either by OF EARL R, BENNETT A/K/A appearance is less than 7
LAKE UNRECORDED. Defendant(s). Lot 4 and 5 LITTLE MARY'S appear at said hearing and set forth below the Dstrlct's Executive Director EARL ROGER BENNETT; CHAD days; if you are hearing or
SCHEDULE "B NOTICE OF ESTATES NO. ONE, according be heard asto the advisabili- All creditors of the dece- or designee (for those appli- ALLEN BENNETT; DEBRA ANN voice impaired, call 711.
A portion of Section Thirteen FORECLOSURE SALE to the plat thereof as record- ty of any action, which may dent arfd other persons hay- cations which are recom- BENNETT; KIMBERLY ROSE BEN- 2t 05-22-29-2013
(13), Township two (2) North, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ed in Plat Book 5, Pages 280 be considered. Any persons Ing claims or demands against mended for approval) or by NETT; ZACHERYSCOTT BENNETT; 1476
Range Twenty-six (26) East, pursuant to a Final Judgment and 281 of the Publk: Records with disabilities requiring decedents estate on whom a the District's GoverningBoard ZANE ROGER BENNETT, SR.; ..........
Nassau County, Florida, said of Mortgage Foreclosure of Nassau County Florida. accommodations In order to copy of this notice Is served (for those applicatlons which GAIL LYNN BENNETT; LEGAL NOTICES CONTINUED
portion being more partlcu- doted May 09, 2013 and Together with 1998 Oakwood participate In this program or must file their claims with this are recommended for denild). UNKNOWN TENANT #1; ON NEXT IWO PAGES
arydescribedas folilows: For a entered In Case No. 45-2012- manutactured home. Serial activity should contact 277- Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 For inaiual permit appilca- UNKNOWN TENANT #2; ALL ..........

WEDNESDAY. MAY 22.2013/News-Leader


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE. Court, I, William Leeper as Ject to taxes, all prior liens, ------- DEGREES,TWO MINUTES,TWEN- or immediately upon receiv- you are entfied atno costto withir 60 days after the fore-
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Sheriff of Nassau County, encumbrances and judge- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TY SECONDS WEST ALONG ing this notification of the time youto 6the provision of certain closure sale.
IN AND FOR Florida, hdve levied upon all ments, if any, to the highest FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SAID RIGHT OF WAY A DIS- before the scheduled appear- assistance. Please contactthe WITNESS my hand and offl-
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA the right, title and interest of and best bidder for CASH IN IN AND FOR NASSAU TANCE OF ONE HUNDRED ance islessthan 7 days.If you ADACoordinator 330 East Bay cl seal of sad Court ths2nd
Case No.: 2007-CA-0259. the Defendant, Amelia Island HAND or CERTIFIED CASHIER'S COUNTY. FLORIDA FORTY AND NINETY SIX HUN- are hearing or voice impaired, Street, Suite 507-C, Jacksonvie, day of May, 2013. .
DIVISION: CV-A Ventures and VRE Englewood, CHECK plus Florida salestax if CIVILACTION DREDTHS FEET; RUN THENCE call 711. Florida 32202; (904) 630-1897 AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
RHINO SALES & MARKETING. LLC, in and to the following appropriate. The moneys CASE NO.: SOUTH FORTY DEGREES, FIFTY- John A. Crawford at least 7 days before your ACT.If you are a person with a
INC., d/b/a"BLUE SKY", described red property to-wit: received through the levy on 45-2010-CA-000735 ONE MINUTES, FORTY SECONDS CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT scheduled court appearance, disability who needs any
'Plaintiff, 1 .VRE Englewood, LLC. In the sale will be paid as prescribed DIVISION: A EAST, A DISTANCE OF SEVEN Nassau County, Florida or immediately upon recelv- accommodation in order to
,vs. following described Real by FlaStat.56.27 and inaccor- BAC HOME LOANS SERVIC- HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE AND /s/ Amanda Stearn Ing this notification of the time particpate in this proceeding,
zAMEUA ISLAND VENTURES, Property situated in Nassau dance with the American wilth ING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE NINETEEN HUNDREDTHS FEET: DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT before the scheduled appear- you are entitled at no cost to
INC., County, Florida, generally Disabilities Act, persons need- HOME LOANSSERVICING L. RUN THENCE NORTH SIXTY- Submitted By: ance is lessthan 7 days. If you you.totheprovision ofcertain
'Defendant. referred to as the Island (the ing a special accommoda- Pldntift, SEVEN DEGREES, TWENTY-FIVE ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: arehearing or voice mpaired, assistance. Please contact the
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE "Island"), and Tract B of tion to participate In this pro- vs. MINUTES, FORTY SECONDS SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & call 711. ADA Coordinator for the cir-
NOTICE is hereby given that Ughthouse Pointe ("Tract B"); ceeding shall contact the DAVID A. BOYLE A/K/A DAVID EAST, A DISTANCE OF THE ONE GACHE-, LLP John A.Crawford cult court system at crtin-
"pursuant to a Writ of Execution 2. Amelia Island Ventures, Inc., individual or agency sending ALLEN BOYLE A/K/A DAVID G. HUNDREp FORTY-SIX AND SIX- 2424 North Federal Highway, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT or (904) 630-2564
-issued In the Circuit Court of in the folowing described Red notice not later than seven BOYLE, et al, TEEN HUNDREDTHS FEET TO THE Suite 360 Nassau County, Florida at least 7 days before your
.INassau County, Florida, on the Property situated in Nassau days prior to the proceeding Defendant(s). POINT OF BEGINNING. Boca Raton, Florida 33431 /s/ Sue Powell scheduled court.appearance,
"5th day of April, 2013, In the County, Florida, generally at the address given on NOTICE OF A/K/A 45079, LAUREL LANE, (561) 998-6700 DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT or Immediately upon recelv-
cause wherein Rhino Sdes & referred ;o as Tract A of notice. FORECLOSURE SALE CALLAHAN, FL 32011 (561) 998-6707 Submitted By: Ing this notification If the time
;Marketing, Inc. d/b/a "Blue Ughthouse Pointe ("Tract A"). Telephone 904-225-0331. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Any person claiming an 2t 05-15-22-2013 ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: beforethe scheduled appear-
"Sky", Pldntiff, and Amelia Island and more specifically Bill Leeper, As Sheriff of pursuant to c Final Judgment interest in the surplus from the .1438 SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & ance Is less than 7 days; If you
,Ventures, Inc., Defendant, described as: Nassau County, Florida of Mortgage Foreclosure s6le, If any, other than the -.---------GACHE', LLP are hecring or voice lmpdred,
,being case number 2007-CA- The Island: CC: Jeffrey R. Becker, Esquire, dated May 06, 2013 and property owner as of the date IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 2424 North Federal Highway, call711.
1-b259, as assigned to Judgment A PORTION OF SECTION 41, Hiday & Rfcke, RA., entered in Case No. 45-2010- of the Us Pendens must file a FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Suite 360 JOHN A. CRAWFORD
11Creditor Virtual Realty TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 28 Attorney for Plaintiff CA-000735 of the Circuit Court claim within sixty (60) days IN AND FOR Boca Raton, Florida 33431 OLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
-Enterprises, LLC.,insaid Court, EAST, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI- Melissa Distassio a/k/a of the FOURTH'Judicial Circuit after the sale. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA (561) 998-6700 By: /s/ Sue Powell
1, William Leeper as Sheriff of DA. SAID PORTION BEING AN Melissa Wehr, Melissa Marie In and for NASSAU* County, WITNESS MY HAND and the CIVIL DIVISION (561) 998-6707 Deputy Clerk
:Nassau County, Florida, have UPLAND ISLAND LYING NORTH- Wehr, Melissa M. Distasslo Florida wherein, BANK OF seal of this Court on May 6th, Case #: 2009-CA-000245 2t05-15-22-2013 2t 05-15-22-2013
'levied upon al the right, title EASTERLY OF LOT 20, LIGHT- and Melissa Desario, AMERICA, N.A.,SUCCESSOR BY 2013. DIVISION: A 1441 1443
,and Interest of the Defendant, HOUSE POINTE PHASE ONE, AS Defendant MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS John A. Crawford Deutsche Bank National Trust ....----------... -------
"Amelia Island Ventures and RECORDED IN,PLAT BOOK 6, Kendall Ward Wehr SERVICING, COUNTRYWIDE Clerk of the Circuit Court Company, as Trustee under IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
'"RE Englewood, LLC, In and to PAGES 157-159 OF THE PUBUC Dodge Enterprises, Inc. HOME LOANS SERVICING LP is By: Is/Amanda Stearn Pooling and Servicing Agree- AND FOR FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
'fhe following described real RECORDS OF SAID NASSAU 4t 05-08-15-22-29-2013 the Plaintiff and bAVID A. Deputy Clerk ment dated May 1:,2007 Sec- NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA IN AND FOR NASSAU
-'roperty, to-wit COUNTY FLORIDA. 1422 BOYLE A/K/A DAVID ALLEN "* See Americans with uritized Asset Backed Recelv- CASE NO.'12-000190-CA COUNTY, FLORIDA
1. VRE Englewood, LLC. in Pursuant to Court Order, the .---........ BOYLE A/K/A DAVID G. BOYLE; Disabilities Act ables LLC Trust 2007-BR3 WELLS FARGO BANK, NA CASE NO.:
"the following described Red full legal description of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CARLA D. BOYLE A/K/A CARLA If you are a person with a dis- Mortgage Pass-Through Certifi- Plaintiff, 45-2011-CA-000173
'Property situated In Nassau Island is not lpublished herein, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DENESE BOYLE A/K/A CARLA ability who needs any accom- cafes, Series 2007-BR3 vs. SEC.: A
-'County, Florida, generally but Is available at the Nassau IN A1ND FOR NASSAU I. BOYLE A/K/A CARLA W. modatilon in order to partici- Plaintiff, GEORGE T. STEWART A/K/A CITIMORTGAGE, INC.,
'teferred to as the Island (the County Clerk of Court. To view COUNTY, FLORIDA BOYLEA/K/A CARLAA. BOYLE; pate'in this proceeding, you -vs.- GEORGE TEALL STEWART, Ill; 'Ptalntiff,
'`Island"), and Tract B of the full legal description, CIVIL ACTION MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REG- are entitled, at no costto you, Willard Gregory Godwin; CItra, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF v.
'LIghthouse Pointe ('Tract B'); please see "Legal Decription CASE NO.: ISTRATION SYSTEMS, INCORPO- to the provision of certdnassis- LLC; State of Florida, Depart- GEORGE T. STEWART A/K/A JODY R. GULLON; ANY'AND
'2. Amelia Island Ventures, of the Island",filed on April 18, 45-201 1-CA-000580 RATED,AS'NOMINEE FOR BAC tance please contactthe cir- ment of Revenue, The Pdalms at GEORGE TEALU STEWART, 11l; ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM-
Inc.,in thefollowing described 2013 in the case captioned DIVISION: A HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP; cult court at (904) 321-5709. Amelia Condominium Assocl- UNKNOWN 'TENANt, '; UN- ING BYTHROUGHL UNDER,AND
Real Property situated In "Kaleidoscope Design, Inc., WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, are the Defendants, The Clerk 2t 05-15-22-2013 ation, Inc.; Unknown Parties In KNOWN TENANT II; STATE OF AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
Nassau County, Florida, gen- Plaintiff, and Amelia Island Plaintiff, of the Courtwill sell tothe high- 1435 Possession #1; Unknown'Parties FLORIDA, '- FERNANDINA. INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S)
erally referred to as Tract A of Ventures, Inc. and Strickland vs. est and best bidder for cash at ---------- in Possession #2 If living, and dl SHORES CONDOMINIUM WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO' BE
Lighthouse Pointe ("Tract A"). Holloway, Jr. Defendants", ERIN N. MCGINNIS, et ad, NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Unknown Parties claiming by, ASSOCIATION,W INC. 'F/K/A DEADORAIVE.WHETHERSAID
and more specifically being case number 2006-CA- De endant(s). 76347 VETERAN'S WAY YULEE, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT through, under, and against AMELIA DUNES'COIIDOMINI- UNKNOWN PARTIES" 'MAY
described as: 0068. NOTICE OF FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the IN AND FOR the above named Defen- UM APARTMENTS, INC., and CLAIMAN INTEREST-ASSPOUS-
The Island: and FORECLOSURE SALE 20th day of June, 2013,the fol- NASSAU COUNTY,.FLORIDA dant(s) who are not known to any unknown helrs; devisees, ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES; GRANTEES,
A PORTION OF SECTION 41, Trabt A: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lowing described property as 'CIVIL DIVISION be dead or dive, whether said grantees, creditors, and other OR THEIR CLAIMANTS; AND
'FYOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 28 A TRACT OF LAND, BEING A pursuant to a Final Judgment set forth in said Final Case #: 2011-CA-000337 Unknown Parties may clddm an unknown persons or unknoiw WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL
LEAST, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI- PORTION. OF SECTION 38, of Mortgage Foreclosure Judgment Regions Bank d/b/a Regions interest as Spouses, Heirs, spouses cidlming 'by thrdugh AMERICA, INC.
DA. SAID PORTION BEING AN TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 27 dated May 06, 2013 and ALL THAT CERTAIN- PIECE, Mortgage- Devisees, Grantees; or Other and under any of-the above- Defendant(s)
UPLAND ISLAND LYING NORTH- EAST, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI- ,entered in Case No. 45-2011- PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND Plaintiff, Claimants. named Defendanti"; NOTICE OF SALE
EASTERLY OF LOT 20, LIGHT- DA, BEING MORE PARTICULAR- CA-00580 of the Circuit Court LYING AND BEING IN THE -vs.- Defendant(s) Defendant' ".- .... "- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
HOUSE POINTE PHASE ONE,AS LY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: of the FOURTH Judiclal Circuit COUNTY OF NASSAU AND THE Patricia L July; Hickory Village NOTICE OF'SALE NOTICE OF' pursuant to an Order of Rndal
PAGES 157-159 OF THE PUBLIC LOTS 54 THRU 58, INCLUSIVE, Florida wherein, WELLS FARGO AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Unknown Tenants in Possession pursuant to an Order dated NOTICE Is hereby given that Foreclosuredated May 3,2013
5RECORDS OF SAID NASSAU HAVEN. ESTATES, AN BANK NA, Is the Plaintlff and LOT SIX (6), BLOCK A OF #1; Unknown Tenants In May 3,2013, entered In Civil the undersigned Clerk-of the entered In Civil Case No. 45-
COUNTY, FLORIDA. UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION; ERIN N. MCGINNIS: MICHAEL PIRATES COVE, UNIT ONE, Possession #2' If living, and all Case No. 2009-CA-000245 of Circuit Court of Nassau 2011-CA-000173 of the Circuit
Pursuant toCourtOrder, the BOUNDED ON- THE EAST BY J.MCGINNIS; DANIELJ.DONO- ACCORDING TO THE PLAT Unknown Parties claiming by, the Circuit Court of the 4th County, lorida will onrthi 6th Court of the Fourth-Judical
full legal description of the LANDS OWNED BY AMELIA VAN; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT through, under, and against Judicial Circuit in and for day of June, 2013, at 11:30 Circuit in and' for' Nassau
Island is not published herein, ISLAND VENTURES, INC.; OF DANIELJ.DONOVAN N/K/A BOOK4ATPAGE 6 OFTHE PUB- .the above named Nassau County Florida where- A.M. at the Nassau County County, FlorJda, whereiln:the
but is available at the Nassau BOUNDED ON THE NORTH BY REFUSED NAME; WELLS FARGO UC RECORDS OF NASSAU Defendant(s) who are hot in Deutsche Bank National JudloldArhq'ix, M'ihitndrcice, Clerk of the Circuit Court"will
County Clerk of Court. To view HAVEN ROAD; AND BOUNDED BANK,'N.A.; CAPE SOUND ON COUNTY, FLORIDA. known to be dead or alive, Trust Company, as Trustee 76347 Veterdns .Way, Vulee, sell to the highest bidder for
the full legal description, ON THE SOUTH BY LENTS ROAD; AMELIA ISLAND CONDOMINI- A/K/A 2621 MCGREGOR whether said Unknown Parties under Pooling and Servicing Florida 32097; ff1tr side and cash on 3ra day of June, 201t3,
please see"Legd Description CONTAINING APPROXIATELY UM ASSOCIATION, INC.; TEN- BOULEVARD, FERNANDINA* may claim an interest as Agreementdated May 1,2007 sell at plublic oufcryfo the .at 11:30 a.m. at the Nassau
of the Island",filed on April 18, 0.5 ACRE, MORE OR LESS; ANT #1 N/K/A RICK PULLEN are BEACH, FL 32034 Spouses; Heirs, Devisees, Securitized Asset Backed highest dnid' best bidder for Judiald Annex, Nassau County
2013 in the case captioned BEING FURTHER DEFINED AS the Defendants, The Clerk of Any person claiming an Grantees, or Other ClaImants. Receivables LLCTrust 2007-BR3 cash, the followinh-descrlbed Courthouse, the property situ-
"Rhino Sales & Marketing, Inc. PARCEL #38-3N-27-4690-000A- the Court will sell to the highest Interest In the surplus from the Defendant(s) Mortgage Pass-Through property situated Ih NassaU ated In NassduCounty, Florida,
d/b/a'Blue Sky', PlaIntiff, and 0000, PER THE NASSAU COUN- and best bidder for cash at. sale, if any, other than the NOTICE OF SALE Certificates, Series 2007-BR3, County, Florida:, .,. .'. 76347 Veterans Way, Yule,
Amelia Island Ventures, Inc., TY PROPERTY APPRAISER'SMAP NASSAU JUDICIAL' ANNEX, propertyowneras ofthedate NOTICE.IS HEREBY GIVEN Plaintiff and Willard Gregory UNIT,'645,OFFERNANDINA Foroda,32097., relative to the
Defendant", being case num- OWNED BY MICHAEL VERNON 76347 VETERAN'S WAY YULEE, of the Us Pendens must file a pursuant to an Order .dated Godwin are defendant(s), I, SHORES, A CONDOMINIUM, following described 'property
-'ber 2007-CA-0259. PIATT, AS TRACT "A" OF OFFI- FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the claim within sixty (60) days May 3, 2013, entered in. Civil Clerk of Court, John A. AND AN UNDIVIDED SHARE IN as set forth in' the Firinal
irand CIAL RECORDS 311, PAGE 91, 20th day of June,2013,the f6l- -after the sde. Case No. 2011 -CA-000337 of Crawford, will sell to the high- THOSE 'COMMON ELEMENTS Judgment, to wit .
)Tract A: PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU lowing described property as WITNESS MY HAND and the the Circuit Court of the 4th est and best bidder.for cash AT APPURTENANT ;THERETO AS THAT CERTAIN LAND SITUATE
A TRACT OF LAND, BEING A COUNTY. set forth In said Final seal of this Court on May 6th, Judicial- Circuit in and for THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE SPECIFIED IN, DESCRIBEDiIN AND LYING IN SECTION 14,
-'E1.5 ACRE, MORE- OR LESS; I shall offer this property for WAY, FERNANDINA BEACH, FL 1434' PHASE TWO, ACCORDING TO TY FLORIDA. ED 'IN OFFICIAL RECORDS Any person ldalimlng an
rBEING FURTHER DEFINED AS sale at Nassau County Sheriff's 32034 ............ THE PLATTHEREOEAS RECORD- ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN BOOK( 252 AT PAGE 315, FUR- Interest In the surplus from the:
PARCEL #38-3N-27-4690-000A- Office, Building 102,located at Any person claiming an IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ED IN PLAT BOOK 7, PAGE 120 'INTEREST INTHE SURPLUS FROM THER.AMENDED .IN OFFICIAL sale, if.any, other than the
,1000., PER THE NASSAU COUN- 76001 Bobby Moore Circle, interest In the surplus from the' FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AND 121, OF THE PUBLIC THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN RECORDS BOOK 257 AT PAGE propertyownerasof the date
1IYV PROPERTYAPPRAISER'S MAP, Yulee, Nassau County, Florida sale, If any, other than the IN AND FOR NASSAU RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- .THEiPROPERTY OWNER AS.OF 546,AND AS FURTHER RESTATED of'the Us Pendens must file a
.,OWNED BY MICHAELVERNON 32097, on June 11, 2013 at property owner as of the date. COUNTY..FLORIDA TY, FLORIDA. THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK claimwithin 60 days after the
ZRATAT ASTRACT "A"OP-ROFFI- A10:00A.'Mi,.ords'sisdruth'eie- itth- lJs Perehs meust letu a .tle .i. ;CIVILACIONT;.-,- ,' ANY PERSON CLAIMING.AN MUSTUFILEamCiiLAiM.WITHeie 267 ADP E SKt AU. INfITHE sale. hooFl T nuGO)Lr.eau,
-'!IALEREAORDS3S- 'Tt7PAGB 1, fffte r bdiublM'Tilll!irfr'fbr .&tl1rirfwtti)l sixtyi(6B) d s ,l.!IT.CASErIO.tA" I /'1 INTEREST-INTHESURPLUSFROM .DAyS' RFBA.IS E 'M 2IiR PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASE4St,T irAATENNTQI`litiERS0Wl1BIH'ii-
PUBLIC RECORDS-OF NASSAU sale all ofthe said Defendant 'after the sder' .' 45-2011-CA-000634 THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN .lf you.are a'perseoywith a COUNWFLORIDA i ... ..,DISABLITIES o:
.-COUNTY. Amelia Island Ventures, Inc.'s WITNESS MY HAND and the DIVISION: A THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF disability who needs any .;pursuant to the FiRal if you are q person with a
and and VRE Englewood, LLC.'s seal of this Court on May 6th, WELLS FARGO BANK, NA DBA THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS accommodation in order to Judgr0bnt entered In a case disability who'- needs. any
orract B: right, title, and interest In the 2013.. AMERICAS SERVICING COM- MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH 60 participate In this proceeding, pending In sdd Court, the style accommodation In order to
eRE, 413N28-1250000B-0000 aforesaid red property, at pub- John A. Crawford PANY, DAYS AFTER SALE. you are entitled, at no colt to of which Is Indicated above. partidpate In this proceeding,
.r PARCEL B, LIGHTHOUSE lic auction and will' sell the Clerk of thb Circuit Court Plaintiff, If you are a person with a you, to the provision of certain Any person or entity claim- you are entitled, at no cost to
"POINTE PHASE ONE same, subject to taxes, odl prior By:./s/ Amanda Steamrn vs. disability who needs any assistance. Please contact the Ing an Interest In the surplus, if you, to the provision of certain
oACCORDING TO THE PLAT liens, encumbrances and judg- Deputy Clerk WILLIAM CHAVIS A/K/A accommodation In order to ADA Coordinator; 330 East Bay any, resulting from the foreclo- assistance. Please contact:
,>THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT ments, if any, to the highest See Americans with WILUAM DAVID.CHAVIS particdpqe inthis proceeding, Street, Suite507-C, Jacksonville, suregie, otherthantheprop- ADA Coordinator, Nassau
BOOK 6, PAGES 157,158 AND and best bidder for CASH IN Disabilities Act A/K/A WILUAM D.CHAVIS, IlL you are entitled, at no cost to Florida 32202; (904) 630-1897 ertyowner asofthe dateof ULis County. FL
.,i 59, AS CORRECTED BY THAT HAND or CERTIFIED CASHIER'S If you are a person with a dis- et al, you, to the provision of certain at least 7 days before your Pendens, must file' a clarn on Phone: (904)630-2564
,CERTAIN AFFIDAVIT OF CHECK plus Florida sdales tax if ability who needs qny accorri- Defendant(s). assistance. Please contact the scheduled court appearance, samewith the Clerk of Court -
SCRIVENER'S ERROR RECORD- appropriate., The moneys modation in order to partic-' NOTICE OF ADA Coordinator; 330 East Bay or immediately upon recelv- within 60 days after the fore- DATED AT FERNANDINA
ED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS received through the levy on pate in this proceeding, you. .; FORECLOSURE SALE # Street, Suite 507-C, Jacksonville, ing this notification of the time closure sale. BEACH. FLORIDA THIS 6th DAY
BOOK 1292, PAGE 1705, BOTH sale wll be paid as prescribed are entitled, at no cost to you, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Florida 32202; (904) 630-1897 before the scheduled appear- WITNESS my hand and offl- OF MAY, 2013.
OF THE CURRENT PUBUC by Fla.Stat.56.27 and in accor- to the provision of certain assis- pursuant to a Rnal Judgment at least' 7 days before ygur ance is less than 7 days. If ypu cial sed of said Court this 6"' JOHN A. CRAWFORD
RECORDS OF NASSAU 'COUN- dance with the American with tance please contact the cir- of Mortgage Fo eclosure scheduled court appearance, are hearing or voice impaired, day of May, 2013. /s/'Sue Powell
TY FLORIDA. Disabilities Act, persons need- cuit court at (904) 321-5709. dated May, 06, 201.3 and or immediately upon receiv- call 711. AMERICANS.WITH DISABIUTIES JOHNA. CRAWFORD
I shall offer this property for Ing a special accomnioda- 2t 05-15-22-2013 entered in Case No. 45-2011 ing'this notification of the time JohrrA. Crawford ACT. If you are a person with a CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
-alsde at Nassau County Sheriff's tion to participate In this pro- 1432 CA-000634of theCircuit Court before the scheduled appear- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, disabillty who needs any NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
-'Office, Building 102, located at .ceeding shall contact the -----. of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit ance is less than 7 days. If you Nassau County, Florida accommodation in order to 2t05-15-22-2013 .
.76001 Bobby Moore Circle, Individual or agency sending IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE In and for NASSAU County, are hearing or voice imrripdred, /s/Sue Powell participate In this proceeding, 1444'
,YuleS, Nassau Cpunty, Florida notice not later than seven FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Florida wherein, WELLS FARGO call 711. DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT you are entitled at no cost to --.....-
32097, on, June 11. 2013 at days prior to the proceeding IN AND FOR NASSAU BANK NA DBA AMERICAS SER- John A. Crawford Submitted By:- you, to the provision of certdn IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
10:O00 AM., or'assoon there- at the address given on COUNTY, FLORIDA VICING COMPANY, is the CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:. assistance. Please contactthe FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
*after as possible. I will offer for notice. Telephone (904) 225- CIVIL ACTION Plaintiff and WILIAM CHAVIS Nassau County, Florida SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & ADA Coordinator for the cir- IN AND FOR NASSAU
dale all of the said Defendant 0331. CASE NO.: A/K/AWIlUAM DAVID CHAVIS /s/ Amanda Stearn GACHE', LLP, cult court system at crtin- COUNTY, FLORIDA
Amelia Island Ventures, Inc.'s NASSAU COUNTY 45-2012-CA-00O084 A/K/A WILUAM D. CHAVIS, III; DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT 2424 North Federal Highway, or (904) 630-2564 CIVILACTION-,
and VRE Englewood, LL&.'s, SHERIFF'S OFFICE DIVISION: A THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF Submitte'd By: Suite 360 at least 7 days before your CASE NO.;
right, title, and interest In the BILL LEEPER SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC, WILUAM CHAVIS A/K/A ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: Boca Raton, Florida 33431 scheduled court appearance, 45-2012-CA-000413.
aforesdd realproperty, at pub- SHERIFF Plaintiff, WILLIAM DAVID CHAVIS A/K/A SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & (561) 998-6700 or Immediately uponirepelv- DIVISION:A
lic auction and will sell the cc: John C.Taylor,Jr., Esq., attor- vs. WILLIAM D. CHAVIS, III HUGH GACHE', LLP (561)998-6707. Ing this notlfication.if the time WELLS FARGO BANK NA,
'same,subject to taxes, all prior ney for Judgment Creditor AMY R. GRAHAM A/K/A AMY LEE HARRIS, III A/K/A HUGH L 2424 North Federal Highway, 2t 05-15-22-2013 before the scheduled, ppear- Plantiff, .
liens, encumbrancesandjudg- Virtud Realty Enterprises, LLC. GRAHAM, etal, HARRIS III; ANY AND ALL Suite 360 1440 ance Is lessthan7 days; if you vs.
ymients, if any, to the highest Lee Haramis, Esq., attorney for Defendant(s). UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING -Boca Raton, Rorida 33431 ---------- are hearing or voice Impored, MARTHA M.'HICKS, et al,
:and best bidder for CASH IN Amelia Island Ventures, Inc. NOTICE OF BY,. THROUGH, UNDER, AND (561) 998-6700 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE call 711. ., ..... Defendant(s, "
appropriate. The moneys Robert Rivas, Esq., pursuant to a RFnal Judgment WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE 1437 NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA By:/s/Amanda Steam NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
received through the levy on attorney for G&G, LL.C of Mortgage Foreclosure DEAD OR AUVEWHETHERSAID .-.--------- CIVIL DIVISION Deputy Clerk pursuant'to a RFinal Judgment
sdewillbepaidasprescribed George Gable, Esq., dated May 06, 2013 and UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Case#: 2012-CA-000065 2t05-15-22-2013 of Mortgage Foredlosure
by Fla.Stat.56.27andinaccor- attorney for G&G, LLC entered in Case No.45-2012- CLAIM AN INTERESTASSPOUS- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DIVISION:A 1442 dated May '06, 2013 and
-Iance with the American with Todd F. Kobrin, Esq., CA-000084 of the Circuit Court ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, INANDFOR U.S. Bank, N.A., Successor -------- enteredin Case No. 45-2012-
Oisabillties Act, persons need- attorney for Mack Investment of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit OR OTHER CLAIMANTS are the NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA Trustee to Wachovia BankiNA. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CA-000413of the CirctuifCourt
wing a special accommoda- Group, LLC, Michael S. Freede, In and for NASSAU County, Defendants, The Clerk of the CIVIL DIVISION (formerly known as First Union IN AND FOR of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit
.Jion to participate in this pro- and Leonard Plontak Florida wherein, SUNTRUST Court will sell to the highest Case #: 2011 -CA-b000432 National Bank), as Trustee for NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA In and for NASSAU County,
opeeding shall contact the JasonW. Hill, Esq., MORTGAGE, INC, Isthe PIdantiff and best bidder for cash at PNC Bank, National Long Beach Mortgage'Loan CASE NO: 2012*CA-000255 Floridawherein, WELLSFARGO
.individual or agency sending attorney for Mack Investment and AMY R. GRAHAM A/K/A NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, Association trust 2001-4 BANK OF AMERICA N.A. SUC- BANK NA, is the Paintiff and
-potice not later than seven Group, LLC, Michael S. Freede, AMY GRAHAM; DAMION O. 76347 VETERAN'S WAY YULEE, Plaintiff, Plaintiff, CESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC MARTHA M. HICKS; KENNETH N.
.,days prior to the proceeding and Leonard Plontak ERAHAM; ANY AND ALL FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the -vs.- -vs.- .HOME, L.QAAS SERVICING, LP 'HICKS, JR; BANK OFAMERICA;
at the address given on 4t 05-01-08-15-22-2013 UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING 20th day of June, 2013,the fol- Joshua Mabry and Rebecca Abigdl M. Carter and Anthony F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME HICKORY VILLAGE .HOME-
',notice. Telephone (904) 225- 1392 BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND lowing described property as L Mabry a/k/a Rebecca Carter, Her Husband; Norwood LOANS SERVICING, LP OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.;
.rj0331 -...-..--. AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED set forth In said Final Mabry, Husband and Wife E. Higginbotham; Swallowfork Plaintiff, are the Defendants, The Clerk
NASSAU COUNTY IN THE COUNTY COURT, IN THE INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) Judgment: Defendant(s) Subdivision. Homeowners vs. of theCourf wilsel tothehigh-
,yc:JohnC.Taylor,Jr.,Esq.,attor- CASE NO.:16-2007-SC-8545 CLAIMANINTERESTASSPOUS- EAST, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI-. May 3, 2013, entered in Civil NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN UNKNOWN SPOUSE'. 'O FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the
,pey for Judgment Creditor DIVISION: F -ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, DA. SAID PORTION BEING Case No. 2011-CA-000432 of pursuant to an Order dated THOMAS, ROY EDDLEMAN 20th day of June,.2013,the fol-
_Vlrtual Realty Enterprises, LLC. CENTRAL OHIO.CREDIT OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; NAS- MORE PARTICULARLY the Circuit Court of the 4th May 3, 2013, entered In Civil A/K/ATHOMAS R. EDDPLiMAN lowing described property cas
Lee Haramls, Esq., attbrney for CORP.,'. SAU-RIVER GLEN HOMEOWN- DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Judicial Circuit in and for Case No. 2012-CA-000065 of A/K/A THOMAS EDDLEMAN; set forth In said Finda
Amelia Island Ventures, Inc. Plaintiff, ERS' ASSOCIATION, INC.; are FOR A POINTOF REFERENCE Nassau County, Florida where- the Circuit Court of the 4th UNKNOWN TENANT' I; Judgment:
NJewsLeader vs the Defendants, The Clerk of COMMENCE AT THE MOST in Regions Bank d/b/a regions Judicial Circuit In and for "UlKNQWNTENANT.II .LOFTON LOT 137, HICKORY VILLAGE
..Robert Rivas, Esq., / MELISSA DISTASSIO, A/K/A the Court will sell to the highest NORTHERLY CORNER OF THE Mortgage, PIdntiff and Patricla Nassau County Florida where- OAKS OWNERS ASOATIO.L PHASE ONE, ACCORDING TO
p(ttorney for G&G, LLC MELISSA M. DISTASSIO, A/K/A and best bidder for cash at JOSEPH SUMMERALL GRANT, L July are defendant(s), I. Clerk In U.S. Bank, N.A., Successor INC., JASON K.S. PORTR, PA., PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
GeorgeGable. Esq., MELISSADESARIO, NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, SECTION FORTY-EIGHT, TOWN- ofCourt, JohnA.Crawford, will TrusteetoWachoviaBank, N.A. ah'd any' unkhon helrj INPLATBOOK6,PAGE369,370
-attorney for G&G, LLC Defendant, 76347 VETERAN'S WAY.YULEE, SHIPANDRANGEAFOREMEN- sell to the highest and best (formerly known as First Union devisees,.grantees,'cretors, AND 371 OF THE PUBLIC
Jodd.E Kobrin,,Esq., attorney NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the TIONED; AND RUN SOUTH bidder for cash AT THE MAIN National Bank), as Trustee for and other unriknownri peTSon's RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
'-or Mack Investment Group, NOTICE Is herebygiventhat 20thdayofJune,2013,thefol- FORTY DEGREES, FIFTY-ONE ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU Long Beach Mortgage Loan borunknowr'sousesladmlhg TY FLORIDA.
'-LLC, Michael S. Freede, and pursuantto aWrit of Execultion lowing described property as MINUTES, FORTY SECONDS EAST COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX trust 2001-4 PaIdntiff and Abigail by through and Under any of A/K/A 86343 EVERGREEN
"'Leonard Piontak Issued In the County Court of set forth in said RFnal Judg- ALONG THE NORTHEASTERLY LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS M. Carter arid Anthony Carter, the ' qbve-nmd PLACE, YULEE, FL 32097-7222
nJason W. Hill, Esq., attorney for Duvd County, Florida, on the menrit: LINE OF SAID GRANT, A DIS- WAYYULEE,FLORIDA, 32097 AT Her Husband are defen- Defendants, ; Any person cla3mlng on
>Mack Investment Group, LLC, 13dayof February, 2013, In the LOT 11, RIVER GLEN, PHASE TANCE OF TWO THOUSAND 11:30A.M.,June 14,2013, the dant(s), I. Clerk of Court, John Defendants .' Interqst In the surplus from the
Mlchael S. Freede, and causewhereinCENTRALOHIO ONE,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLAT TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY-ONE following described property ACrawford, will sell to the high- NOTICEOF' sale, If any, other than the
.eonard Piontak CREDIT CORK, Plaintiff, \and THEREOF AS RECORDED IN AND SIXTEEN HUNDREDTHS as set forth in said' Final est and best bidderfor cashAT FORECLOSURE SALE property owneras of the date
4t 05-01-08-15-22-2013 MELISSA DISTASSIO, A/K/A PLAT BOOK 7, PAGES 263 FEET; RUNTHENCE NORTH ONE Judgment, to wit: THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE -NOTICE Is hereby given that of the ULs Perdens must fie a
.--...... MEUSSA DESARIO, Defendant 269, OF THE PUBULIC RECORDS UTES, FORTYSECONDSWEST, A LOT 34, CORNWALL FARM ANNEX LOCATED AT 76347 VET- Circuit Court of Nassau after the scle. .
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .SC-8545. In said court, I, BILL A/K/A 65051 RIVER GLEN AND NINE HUNDRED SIXTY- NORTH FLORIDAPECAN, FRUIT 32097 AT 11:30 A.M., June 14, day of June, 2013;, at11:30 seal of this Court on May 6th,
IN AND FOR LEEPER, as Sheriff of Nassau PARKWAY YULEE, FL32097 FOUR AND EIGHTY-SIX HUN- AND TRUCK FARMS, SECTION 2013, the following described A.M. at the Nassau County 2013.
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. County, Florida have levied Any person dclaiming an DREDTHS FEET; RUN THENCE 35,TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE property as set forth in said Judiclald Annex, Main Entrance, John A. Crawford
CASE NO.: 2006-CA-0068 upon all the rights, title and intirest in the surplus from the NORTH EIGHT-NINE DEGREES, 23 EAST, NASSAU COUNTY Final Judgment, to wit: 76347 Veterans Way, Yulee, Clerk of the Circuit Court
KALEIDOSCOPE DESIGN, Interest of the Defendant, sale, If any, other than the EIGHIT MINUTES, TWENTY SEC- FLORIDAACCORDINGTOTHE LOTS 147 AND 148, SWAL- Florida32097,offerforsdeand By:/s/AmandaStearn
INC., d/b/a Fuel, a foreign Melissa Distassio, a/k/a Melissa property owner asof the date ONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF PLAT RECORDED IN THE PUB- LOWFORK ESTATES PHASE sell at public outcry to the Deputy Clerk
corporation, M. Distassio, a/k/a Melissa of the Us Pendens must file a EIGHT HUNDRED SEVENTY-' ULIC RECORDS OF NASSAU FIVE. ACCORDING TO PLAT highest and best bidder for See Americans with
0Plaintiff,. Desario, In and to the following claim within sixty (60) days SEVEN AND SEVENTY-TWO COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PLAT THEREOE AS RECORDED IN cash, the followlng-described DIsabllties Act
vs. described personal property after the sde. HUNDREDTHS FEET; RUN BOOK "O", PAGE 31. PLAT BOOK 5, AT PAGE 348, OF property situated In Nassau If you'are a person With a dis-
INC.. a foreign corporation 2008 Hyundai Accent seal of this Court on May 6th, DEGREES, FIFTY-ONE MINUTES, INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM SAU COUNTY FLORIDA. LOT 43, LOFTON OAKS AT modation In order to particd-
Defenrdants. I shall offer this property for Clerk of the Circuit Court TWENTY-ONE AND SEVENTY THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS YEAR: 1992, MAKE: PALM HAR- THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT to the provision of certdn,assls-
'NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE sale at the front of Building 102 By: /s/ Amanda Stearn HUNDREDTHS FEET TO THE MUST FILE A'CLAIM WITH 60 BOR, VIN: PH095145AFL AND BOOK 5, PAGES 323, 324 AND tance please contact the cdr-
NOTICE Is hereby given that of the Nassau CountySheriff's DeputyClerk POINT OF BEGINNING. DAYS AFTER SALE. VIN: PH095145BFL WHICH IS 325, OF THE PUBUc RECORDS cult court at (904) 321-5709.
'tursuantto a Writof Execution' Office, 76001 Bobby Moore See Americans with FROM THE POINT OF BEGIN- If you are a person with a AFFIXED THERETO. OF NASSAU COIUNTY FLORIDA 2t05-15-22-2013
,issued In the Circuit Court of Circle, Yulee, FL Nassau Disabilities Act NING THUS DESCRIBED CON- disability who needs any ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN pursucrit to the .ial 1436
",Nassau County, Forida, on the County, Florida, on June 12, If you are a person with a dis- TINUE NORTH FORTY DEGREES, accommodation in order to INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM Judgment entered in, a case --..-.
_Sth day of April, 2013, in the 2013 at 10:00 A.M., or as soon abilitywho needs any accom- FIRY-ONE MINUTES, FORTYSEC- participate in this proceeding, THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN pending in sdd Court, th style LEGALS CONTINUED
'.cause wherein Kaleidoscope thereafter as possible. I will modation in order to partlcl- ONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF you are entitled, at no cost to THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF of which is indicated above.
Design, Inc., Plaintiff, and offer or sale all of the said pate In this proceeding, you EIGHT HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE you, to the provision of certain THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS Any person or entity cladm- ON NEXT PAGE
Amella Island Ventures, Inc. Defendaht's Melissa Distassio, are entitled, at no costto you, AND SEVENTY HUNDREDTHS assistance.Please contactthe MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH 60 "ing an lnterestin the s.urplus, if ..-
'and Strickland Holloway, Jr., a/k/a MelissaM.Disassio, a/k/a to the provision of certain assis- FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT ADA Coordinator; 330 East Bay DAYS AFTER SALE. any, resulting from the forecdo- Call 261-3696 for
Defendants, being case num- Melissa Desario's right, title, and tance please contact the dcir- OF WAY LINE OF MUSELEWHITE Street, Suite 507-C, Jacksonville, If you are a person with a sure sde, other than the prop- deadline Information
ber 2006-CA-0068, as assigned interest In the aforesaid per- cult court at (904) 321-5709. ROAD RAN EIGHTY FEET' (AN Florida 32202' (904) 630-1897 disability who needs any erty owner as of the date of LUs due to the Memorial
to Judgment Creditor Virtud sonal property at public auc- 2t 05-15-22-2013 80.0 FEET RIGHT OF WAY): RUN at least 7 days before your accommodation In order to Pendens, mnust file a dclaim on
Realty Enterprises, LLC.. In sald tion and will sell the same sub- 1433 THENCE SOUTH THIRTY-NINE scheduled court appearance, participate in this proceeding, same with the Clerk of Court Day Holiday

WEDNESDAY. MAY 22,2013 News-Leader 9k


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR sell the property situated in you are entitled, at no cost to RECORDS BOOK653, PAGE 712 assstance please contact the sale, if any, other than the TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING PROPERTY are defendants.The
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA Nassau County, Floridd, you, to the provision of certain THROUGH 78Z AS AMENDED ADA Coordinator aft" crtin- property ownerasof the date SHOULDCONTACTTHE COURT Clerk of this Court shall sell to
PROBATE DIVISION described as: assistance please contact the IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK or (904) 630-2564 of the Us Pendens must file a ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE AS the highest and best bidder
FILE NO.: 13-CP-61 OTS 21 AND 22 PHILIPS ADA Coordinator at crtin- 662, PAGE 20, OF THE PUBLIC at least 7 days before your claim within sixty (60) days SOONASPOSSIBLE.TELEPHONE for cash at the, AT THE MAIN
DIVISION: A MANOR SECTION 12.TOWN- or (904) 630-2564 RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- scheduled court appearance, afterthe sde. (904) 630-2564; OR, IF HEAR- ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
IN RE: ESTATE OF SHIP 2 NORTH RANGE 28 EAST at least 7 days before your TY, FLORIDA. or immediately upon recelv- DATED this 6th day of ING IMPAIRED, 1-800-955-8771 JUDICIAL ANNEX, 76347 VET-.
CHARLES G.ZAHN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT scheduled court appearance, ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN ing this notification If the time May, 2013.. (FDD); OR 1-800-955-8770 (V) ERANS WAY, YULEE, FL 32097,
Deceased. THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT or Immediately upon receiv- INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS OF THE before the scheduled appear- John A. Crawford VIA FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE. 11:30 AM on the 20 day of
NOTICE TO CREDITORS BOOK 2 PAGE 78 OF THE PUB- ing this notification If the time SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE ance Is less than 7 days If you Clerk Circuit Court 2t 05-15-22-2013 June, 2013, see the following
The administration of the UC RECORDS OF NASSAU before the scheduled appear- PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE are hearing or volce Impaired. By: Is/Sue Powell 1457 described property as set forth
estate of CHARLES G. ZAHN. COUNTY FLORIDA. once Is less than 7 days; If you DATE OF US PENDENS MUST FILE call 711. Deputy Clerk ---------- In sold Final Judgment, to wit:
deceased, File Number 13-CP- A/K/A are hearing orvoice Impdred, A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER Dated this 6th day of May, If you are a person with a IN THE COUNTY COURT, LOT 16, BELLS RIVER ESTATES,
61, is pending In the Circuit 1691 Philips Manor Rd cdl 711. THE SALE. 2013. disability who needs any FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PHASETHREEACCORDINGTO
Court for Nassau County, Fernandina Beach, FL32034 Dated this 6th day of May, If you are a person with a JOHN A. CRAWFORD accommodation In order to IN AND FOR NASSAU THE PLATTHEREOF RECORDED
Florida, Probate Division, the at public sale, to the high- 2013. disability who needs any Clerk of The Circuit Court participate In this proceeding, COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PLAT BOOK 7, PAGES 116,
address of which Is Nassau est and best bidder for cash, JOHN A. CRAWFORD accommodation In order to By: /s/ Sue Powell you are entitled, at no cost to CASE NO. 45-2012-CA- 117 AND 118, OF THE PUBLIJ
County Courthouse, 76347 At the West doorof the Nassau Clerk otfThe Circuit Court participate In ttis proceeding, Deputy Clerk youtothe provision of certdain 000264 RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
Veterans'Way, Suite 456,Yulee, County Judicial Annex; 76347. By is/ Amanda Steam you are entitled, at no cost to Submitted by: assistance.Please contactihe MIDFIRST BANK TY FLORIDA.
Rorida 32097. The names and Veterans WayYulee, FL32097,. 'Deputy Clerk you, to the provlsbn of certain Law Offices of Clerk of the Court's dlsablly Plaintiff. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
addresses of the personal rep- County, Florida, at 11:30 a.m., Submrfftted by: assistance please contact the Marshall C. Watson. RA coordinator at COURT ADMIN- vs. INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS OF TIE
resentative and the personal on June 10,2013. Choice Legal Group, PA ADA Coordinator at crtln- 1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120 ISTRATION, 7637 VETERANSWAY RICHARD A. OTT; UNKNOWN SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE
representative's attorney are Any person claiming an 1800 NW49th Street, Suite 120 or (904) 630-2564 Fort Lauderdale, Rorlda 33309 YULEE,FL32097 904630-2564 at SPOUSE OF RICHARD A. OTT; PROPERTY OWNER AS OF TFHE
set forth below. Interest In the surplus from the Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309 at least 7 days before your Telephone: (954) 453-0365 least 7 days before your UNKNOWN TENANT 1; DATEOF USPENDENS MUST FILE
ALL CREDITORS ARE NOTI- sale, If any, other than the Telephone: (954) 453-0365 scheduled court appearance, Facsimile: (954)771-6052 schedudedcourtappearance, UNKNOWN TENANT 2; AND ALL A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER
FIED THAT: property owner asofthedate Facsimile: (954) 771-6052 or Immediately upon receiv- Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 or. Immediately Upon receiv- UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING THE SALE:
All creditors of the dece- of the ls pendens must file a. Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 Ing this notification if the time 2t 05-15-22-2013 Ing this notification If the time BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR if you are a person with'a
dent and other persons having .claim within 60 days after the 2105-15-22-2013 before the schedued appear- 1452 before the scheduled appear- AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED disability who needs any
claims or demands against sale. 1448 ance is lessthan7 days;if you ---- ance is less than 7days; If you DEFENDANT(S), WHO (IS/ARE) accommodation In order to
decedents estate on whom a Witness, my handand seai ---- are hearing orvoice Impaired, NOTICE OF APPLICATION are hearing Impalred c,71.. NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR participate In this proceeding,
copy of this notice Is served ofthis court on the 6th dy.of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE call 711. FORTAXDEED 2105-15-22-2013 AUVE 'WHETHER SAID you are entitled, at no cost to
must file thefr claims with this May, 2013. 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Dated this 6th day of May, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1454: .UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM AS .you, to the provision of certain
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF John A. Crawford IN AND FOR 2013. US BANK C/F FL DUNDEE UEN -. ----- HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, assistance please contactthe
OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS By: /s/ Amarda Stearn CIVIL DIVISION Clerk of The Circuit Court certiflcate(s) has filed said cer- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TORS, TRUSTEES; SPOUSES, OR or (904) 630-2564
NOTICEORTHIRTY DAYSAFTER Deputy Clerk CASE NO: By:/s/ Sue Powell tlflcate(s)forataxdeedtobe INANDFOR OTHER CLAIMANTS; UNITES at least 7 days before your
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A THIS INSTRUMENT PREPARED BY: 45-2010-CA-000648- Deputy Clerk Issuedthereon.Thecertificate. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA STATES OF AMERICA DEPART- scheduled court appearance,
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON Law offices.of1 : f AXXX-YX Submitted by: number(s) and year of .. CIVIL DIVISION MENT OF HOUSING AND or Immediately upon receit-
THEM. Daniel C. Consuegra WELLS FARGO BANK, NA Choice Legal Group, RA. Issuance, the description of. CASE NO.:45-2010-CA- URBAN DEVELOPMENT Ing this notification If the time
All otfer creditors of the 9204 King Palm Drive Plaintiff, 1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120 the properly, and the name(s) 000184-AXXX-YX Defendants. before the scheduled appedr-
decedent and persons hadv- Tampa, FL33619-1328, vs. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309 in which It Is assessed are as U.S.BANKNATIONALASSOCI- NOTICE OF SALE ance Isless than 7 days; If youL
Ing claims or demands against Attorpeys-tor Plaintiff RANDY PKELLY; ROBIN A KELLY; Telephone: (954) 453-0365 follows: ATION (SUCCESSOR TO BANK' j Notice Is hereby given that, arehearing orvoice Impaired,
the decedent's' estate must Americonswith Disabilities Act UNKNOWN TENANT(S); IN POS- Facsimile: (954) 771-6052 File Number: 2013-017-TD OF AMERICA. N.A:, SUCCES- ,: pursuant to the Final. call 711.
file their clalps withihs Court (ADA) SESSION OF THE SUBJECT Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 Certifcate Number: 290 SOR BY MERGER TO LASALLE' Judgment dated. May 07, Dated this 8th day of May,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER If you are a person lI ha PROPERTY. 2t 05-15-22-2013 Parcel Number: BANK NA;), ASTRUSTEE ON, 2013, In this cause, I will sell the 2013.
THE DATE OF FIRST PUBUCA- disability- who needos any Defendants. 1450 33-4N-23-0000-0007-0020 BEHALF OF THE HOLDERS OF property situated in NASSAU JOHN A CRAWFORD
TION OF THIS NOTICE. accommodation In order to NOTICE OF ---------- Year of Issuance: 2010 THE THORNBURG MORTGAGE County, Florida, described as: Clerk of The Circuit Court
ALL(GLAIMSAND DEMANDS porltipqti lfthlsproceedir-'. FORECLOSURE SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Description of Property: T OF SECURITIES TRUST 2008-1 LOT 10. THE PINES, UNIT. 2, By: s/Amanda Stearn
ER BARRED. you1 tothe provIsIohnof certpln pursuant to Final Judgment of IN AND FOR 64 THROUGH CEItFICATS; AS RECORDED IN PlAT BOOK. SubmItted by:
The date of first Publiaation of assistance. Please contactthe Foreclosure dated the 3rd day NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA Assessed To: TOMMY E SERIES 2008-1, 5, PAGES 128 AND f29;OFTHE .Choice Legal Group, PA.
this Notice Is May 15th 2013. ADA Coordinator at crin- of May, 2013 and entered In CASE NO: 2012-CA-000632 STEEDLEY, PENNY STEEDLEY Plaintiff, PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU 1800 NW49th Street, Suite 120
Attorney for Personal or (904) 630-2564 Case No. 45-2010-CA-000085- BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., All of the above property Is vs., COUNTY FLORIDA. LESS AND Fort Lauderdale, Florlda 33369
Representative: dat least 7 days bqfore your .AXXY)(X of the Circuit Courtof Plaintiff, located in Nassau County, In .C BRETT CARTER, ETAL, EXCEPT:APART OFL.OT 10,THE Telephone:(954) 453-0365.
KATHRYN KNEE, Esquire sedued r the 4TH Judicial Circuit in and vs. '. the state of Rorida. : -.,-.- U.lDeefehdnrt();.: ` ,.. UNZNAS.EUOREN.(954771-6052
Florlda Bar No.: 8495671 :* r :. o l It.e f County, Florida, RANDALL R. BARTELLA/K/A Unless such: certife( :' Q.' :.1--.pllree800,441-2438 -
1027 South 8th Street before thsl ledi appear- is the Plaintiff and RETA K. Defendants to law,the property described NTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN "RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-' :-463
Fernandlna Beach, FL 32034 ance Is less than 7 days; If you ROBERTS; MORTGAGE ELEC- NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE In such certificate or certifl- pursuant to an Order of Final TY FLORIDA, IN SECTION 33, ----------
(904) 491-1781 arehearlingorvoce lmpdrec,. TRONIC REGISTRATION SYS- SALE cates will be sold to the Summary Judgment of TOWNSHIP 1-NORTH, RANGE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Persond Representative: pdll 711. TEMS INCORPORATED AS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Highest Bidder at the MAIN Foreclosure dated the61n day 24 EAST, OF SAID COUNTY, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
EDWARD R. ZAHN 05 2t 15-22-2013'. NQMINEE FOR MORTGAGET, pursuant to a Final Judgment ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU of May, 2013. and entered In BEING MORE PARTICULARLY IN AND FOR NASSAU
11 17Marquette Ave.,S,... 1::.4465:-r,;` :;;i: I NC.; : LJNINKNOWN TEN- of Foreclosure dated May 3. COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX.. C Is ( CR BED ASf .LORIDA.-
#107.10. Q'*: '* 'AT.4(Ej ~'OSSESSION OF THE 2013, and entered In Case-No. 76347 VETERAN W L > ibcAACI
Minneapolis, MN 55403 INI HEICtRC I1 .RTFO SUBJ.ECTPROPER1Yaredefen- 2012-GA000632,of the Circuit FL on the l8h dayotf June, Srcut.-S .ssu MENCE ATTHE4 FI. WEST 'CASE NO.:-
2t 05-15-22-2013 NASSAU COUNT,, b.ODA dai.ts. The Clerk of this Court Court of the FourthJudiclal 2013, between the hours of Cunty, Florida. willCORNER OFSAIDLOT 10,SAD, ID 46-2012-CA-000137
1447 P'OATEOJV13.QN shllsell to-the highest and Circuit in and' for NASSAU 11:00.a.m. and 2:00 p.m.The highest adbestI dder for POINTLYING ONTHE EASTERLY DIVISION:A.
.... :;.:: FIL I NOE : 1.-C.94; .estldderforcdshattheAT County, Florida. BANK OF ClerkofCourt'sOfflce Policy is ash at. the Nsia: Co4nty RIGHTOF-WAY LINE OF STATE .WELL1SFARGORANKNA.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE: DIVI .& : A '*-'"THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE AMERICA, N.A. (hereafter toholdthe sdeat' .1130.amr.-- hu 63 "sROAD 200( U.. A- 096" Pi intIff'
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .I fi RESTATE .? .. NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX *Plaintiff), Is Plaintiff and RAN- JOHN A. CRAWFORD Way.- u-" :. lY 32097Q, t 1:30-: METER (20.0 T,. s.
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA, Deceased. : .. FL32097,.i1:30AMonthe20th DALL BARTELL KATHERINE E. CLERKOFCOURT 2013, the following described USHED); THENCE SQUTH 52 Defendant(s).
SCase : 2010-CA-000662 The administration Of the lowing described property as BARTELL A/K/A KATHERINE DEPUTY CLERK : Judgintto ING SAIDEASTERLY RIGHT-OF- FQRECLOSURE SALE
Deutsche Bank National Trust deced ed,FleINunber 13-CR- Judgment, to wit: ACRES PROPERTY OWNERS ability who needs any accorn- LONG POINT.:, ACCORNG NORTHERLY LINE OFSAID LOT pursuant to a Final Judgment
Company, as Trustee of the 94 ls lip.rdungn lt .OCrct EXHIBITA' ASSOCIATION, INC., are defen- modatlon In order to particl- TO PLATTHEREOF RECORED 10 A DISTANCE OF 9.668 of .Mortgage Foreclosure
IndyMac INDXMortgage.Loan Court fo. lasu. County-. ALL THOSE CERTAIN LOTS, darits. I will sell to the highest pate in this proceedling you- IN AT 80K 5, PAGES-85Q9- METERS. (372 FEE; THENCE dated May. 07, 2013 and,
Trust' 2006-AR13, Mortgage Florida, Prote ve.ios dn, the --CESANDPARCELSOF LAND and best bidder for cash at are entitled, atnocostto you, '.OF THE'PUBL RECQRQOF -' SOUTH 18 DE iEES '40'04 e.ntered Ii Case NO. 45-2012-
Pass-Through Certificates, address of-Wich lis Nasu- SITUATE, LYING AND BEING IN the front entrance of the to the provislon of certaln assis- NASSAU C NT FLORIA ALONG EPARALLEL 137 of theCircuit Court
Series 2006-AR13 under the County Courthouse. 763.47 SECTION 37 (WILIAM SPARK- Judicial Arnex, at 11:30 a.m., tonce. Please contact the Any person claiming an WITHANDLYING9.14 METERS of the FOURTH Judicl Circwit
Pooling and Servicing .etera)s'W*,Sulte456,Yulee, MAN. GRANT) TOWNSHIP 3 on the 6th day of June, 2013, ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- Interest in the surplus from the (3.00 FEET) EASTERLY OFWHEN In and for NASSAU County,
Agreement dated May 1,2006 Florlda 32097:The namres.i .- NCORT RANGE 24 EAST, NAS- the following described prop- 4600 press 0, at least 7 days.. s.e, I any,, other than the MEASURED ATRIGHT ANGLES Florldawhereln, WELLS FARGO
Plaintiff, a d dresses 'ofIte pond.i SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND erty as set forth In said final beforeyour scheduled court- property ownerasof the date TO SAID EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-. BANK NA, is the Plaintiff and
-vs.- ,; '. : resentlveand the.personal :-:BEINA PART OF THE LAND Judgment to wit: aoppearance, or immediately of the Us Pendens a WAY LUNE, A DISTANCE OF JOHN C. TINER, JR; MONYA
Cqrlotta ICK Crowder and .r's C fat.ney-re ; DESCRIBED" IN OFFICJAL LOT 24, DEERFIELD ACRES, upon receiving thls notlflca- ..lmwihln 60days aftethe 28136 METERS (92.31 FEET); TINER DEERFjELDACRES PROP-
Brandon DantoCrowdera/k/a sefforthbelow,. '-. RECORDS BOOK 249, PAGE ACCORDING TO THE PLAT lion If the time before the sae. THENCE NORTH 66-DEGREES.- ERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION,
BrandonDCrowde WIfe nd 'ALL CREDITORS ARE.NTI- 234, IN-THE.PUBLIC RECORDS THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT scheduled appearanceilsless :- you ff are a person wIth a .25~ WEST A DISTANCE OF INC. arethe Defendants, The
Husband; OneWest Bank FSB6 FIEDTHAT. : --.. OF. NASSAU.COUNTY, AND BOOKS,PAGES299-300,0OFTHE than7days; f,yourehearliig. disability who' needs:ds an ,9.179METERS(3.11 FEET)TOA Clerk of the Court-will sell o
Successor In Interest to All credoitrs offt dec- BEING MORE PARTICULARLY PUBUC RECORDS OF NASSAU or voice Impaired, call 711; accommolqtIrin Inorder td POINT" ONI SAID EASTERLY -the highest and best bidder
IndyMac Bank, F.S.B.; Spanish dentandioherpersonsr ., .i DESCRIBED BY METES AND COUNTY FLORIDA. 4t 05-15-22-29-2013 & 06-05- access court facilities or par- RIGHT-OF-WAY;THENCE NORTH. for NASSAU JUDICIAL
OaksOwnersAssociation Inc.; clqms :r demtnnds alnst BOUNPSAS FOLLOWS: If you are a person with a 2013 ticipte In-a court prbceed- 18 DEGREES 40'04" EAST, ANNEX,76347VETERAN'SWAY,
Defendant(s) decedestflestate.on lo, a: FROM A POINT OF REFER- disability who needs any .1453 I .ng,youareoentfledatnocesf ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT- YULEE, FLORIDA at 11:30AM,
NOTICE OF SALE copy of this notice Is:servo!" ENCEATTHE NORTHEAST COR- accommodation In ordbr to .........-------- toyou to the provisonof cer- OF-WAY UNEA DISTANCE OF on the 20th day of June 2013,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN must file their claimals wttti this NER OF SAID SECTION 37; participate In this proceeding, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tadnassistanrce.To request such 30A80'METERS (100.00 FEET)TO. the following described prop-
pursuart to an Order dated Court WITHIN 'THE LATER.O(F THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 24 you are entitled, at no cost to 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, an accommodation, please THE POINT OF BEGINNING. erty as set forth in sald: Flr l
May 3, 2013, entered in Civil THREEEIONTHSA FERHE.DTE MINUTES 40 SECONDS WEST, you, to the provislonrof certain IN AND FOR NASSAU contact Court Adminlstratlonr TOGETHER WITH ALL RIGHTS OF Judgment:
Case No. 2010-CA000662 of OFFIRST UBLCAONOFTHIS 715:35 FEET ALONG THE EAST- assistance.To requestsuch an COUNTY, FLORIDA : :at least three business days INGRESS, EGRESS, UGHT, AIR LOT 36, DEERFIELD ACRES,
the Circuit Court of.the 4th NOTICE ORTHIRTY DAYSAFTER :ERLY LINE OF SAID SECTION 37 accommodatlon, please con- CASE NO. prior tothe required service, AND VIEW BETWEEN THE ACCORDING TO PLATTHEREOF
Judicial Circuit in and, for .THE DATE.OF SERVICE'OF A TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; tact Court Admlnistration at 45-2011-CA-000633- by using one of the following GRANTOR'S REMAINING RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK-5,
Nassau County, Florida wheree CORY .OF THIS iNOICE. ON THENCE CONTINUE 'SOUTH 00 least three business days prior JPMORGAN:) CHASE BANK rjnrethods: P (,04)630- PROPERTY AND ANY FACILITY PAGES 299 AND 300; PUBLIC
In1D- thlftlWBtoilONd tbral THEMA I10o P0d518oi31 .'3u'i DEGREES 24 MINUTES 40 SEC' to- the' rteuiredi service ,by NATIONALABWSOiATION, 2a64;(Tix \",(9E4yi6380-I46: CONSTRUCTED ONTWHEABOVE REGCORDS OF,NASSAU,COUN-
Trust Cord r i-d'Trustee of Al :. othe~~~-* Itors :f t 1Ih NDS WEST,41533 FEETTOAN using one of the following Plalritff;'iV" ,:I A -TTD/TTVI- (800)% 95864770. 'DESCRIBED PROPERTY. LESS TY.FLORIDA' .
'the IndyMac INDX Mortgage c .6e hnta.andperins- tv: -IRN-ON THE NORTHERLY methods: Phone No. 904-630- vs. M' ,. "'l' ., T.HAT.RCREL OF' LAND CO]ATr ACELOF.K/A4059JESSICAPPLACE,
Loan: Trust '2006-AR13, I"ng. cilwordoem tads GfFIT-O-WAY LINE OF A, 2564; Fax (904) 630-1146; PATTERSON, MICHAEL EVED TO STATE OF F ORIDA .CALLAHAN, FL 32011-7632.
Mortgage, Pass4Through the d.. Ideel-f'.eostat irlst.'.GRADED ROAD; THENCE TTD/TTY (800) 955-8770- JASON, et. l.' .Datehsth day ofMayARTMENT OF Any prson clalming dn
Certificates; Series 2006-AR1 3 flletheir claimswith6hls-Cout .NORTH 85 DEGREES 56 MIN- (Florlda Relay Service). E-Mail Defendahts. .' 201: PORTATION REQORDED IN Interest Inthe surplus ffom the
under the Pooling 'and WITHIN THREE MONTHS:AFTER, UTES38SECONDSWEST340.21 NOTICE OF JohnA. Crwford OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK sale, if any, other than the
Servicing Agreement dated THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA- FEET ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF- Dated this 6th day of May, FORECLOSURE SALE Clerk of theCrcuitCourt 1176, PAGE 170p. TOGETHER propertyownerasof the date
May 1, 2006, Plaintiff and TION OF THIS NOTICE. AY: THENCE NORTH 04 2013. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Clerk of Court for Nassau WITH A 2003 FLEETWOOD RV, of the Us Pendens must flle a
Carlotta KIC Crowder and ALLCLAIMSAND DEMANDS" DEGREES 03 MINUTES 21 SEC- JOHN A.CRAWFORD pursuant to an Order or Flnad County'. INC. MOBILE HOME LOCATED dclaim within sixty (60) days
Brandon Dant Crowder d/k/ao NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV-, ONDS 'EAST, 383.00 FEET; CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Judgment entered in Case. By: / Sue Powell : THEREON AS A PERMANENT after the sale.
Brandon D, Crowder, wife and ER BARRED. THENCENORTH 88 DEGREES By: /s/Amanda Stearn No. 45-2011-CA-000633-AXXX- Deputy Clerk FIXTURE ANDAN APPURTENCE WITNESS MY HAND and the
Husband are defendanf(s), 1, The date of first Publiatilon of 19 MINUTES 36 SECONDS EAST, As Deputy Clerk YX of the Circuit Court of the MeninaE. Cohen, Esq. THERETO, -VIN NUMBER seal of this Court on May 8th,
Clerk of Court, John A. .this Notice is May 2013'.,3 15. 3 8 FEET TO THE POINT OF Van Ness Law Firm, PLC 4TH Judlcal CircultinNASSA Florld( a.8r14236 -. GAF,275A7403,9BP21; TITLE 2013.
Crawford, will sIlito heligh-l-'t Aoeyfo rPeo .. BEN ING. 1239 E. Newport Center County,: FlIorIag --..whdrel(A7! /S(feld,,RC 1:-.. MB93 'I
est and best bidder for ehAT Re atA PRSNC NGAN. Drive #110 JPMORGAN GAHAS7 8PrcitCourt
THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF TH A iEEsire NER:ES N THE SURPLUS OFTHE Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 NATIONAL ASSOCIAT ION-. 06so -h ietHight`,a T'ITE NUMBE-86`7. -- 0%BOTH By.: I/Aanda Stearr
NASSAU COUNTY JUDICIAL -:F.orldaBarNo.l849571- SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN THE Phone (954) 571-2031 Plaintiff, and, PATTERSON, Suite 200'- -;.ITL OF WHICH HAVE BEN- Deputy CI rk
ANNEX LOCATEDAT76347VET- KATHrYN ,.n, ,PA PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE Fax (954) 571-2033 MICHAEL JASON, et. cd, are We:stfpalmBech,FL33401 FL 3 I RETIRED.. See Americans with T
ERANS WAY, YULEE, FLORIDA, 10 27.S Lh8' Street -:. DATEOFLIUSPENDENS MUST FILE Defendants, I will sell to'the Pri..mary-Mall: k/a 12709 US HIGHWAY Disabilities Act
32097 AT 11:30 A.M.; June 14, erndina Beach, FL32034 A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER Any person clanilng an highest bidcer for cash at, 301, BRYCEVILLE FL 32009-1945 If youare a person with a dis-
2013, the following described (904'49T-1781 ,: : THE SALE Interest in the surplus from the NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX. Secondary E-Mql:mco- tpubllcscdeonJune 1,2013, ability who needs any accom-
property as set forth In said Personal Representative: : ifyou are a person with a sale, If any, other than the 76347 VETERAN'SWAYYULEE,,FL henOc. :. : at eleven thirty o'clocka.mrnatt modation In.order to particl-
Find Judgment, to wit: THOMAS J. MOODY -. d(sability.-who needs any property owner as of the date 32097, at the hour of, onthe. Toll Free:(56)224668 .. the Nassau County .Judlcldl.- pate In this proceeding, you
SLOT 49; SPANISH OAKS UNIT 5242Sea Chase Drive accommodation In order to of Ls Pendens must fe a claim 10th day of June, 2013, thefol Facslmle(561) 249-0721. Annex, 76347 Veterans Way are entitled, at no cost to you
1-A. ACCORDING TO PLAT Unit 3 : : '. participate In this proceeding, within sixty (60) days after the lowing described property: '. Counsel for'Plalntiff Yulee, FL 32097, to the highest to the provision of certain assis-
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN Amelia Island, FL32034 you are entitled, at no cost to sale. A PORTION OF SECTION 42, 2t 05-15-22-2013 bidder for cash, except as ple- tahce please contact the cir-
SPLAT BOOK 6, PAGES 99 AND 2t 05-15-22-2013 you, to the provision of certain 2t 05-16-22-2013 TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE 1455 scribed In paragraph 4; in cult court at (904) 321-5709;
100, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS.. 1..446 '--'.as lease.contactthe 1451 25 EAST, NASAU CU -.-- acorar, with Section 205-15-22-2013.
OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA. A' : ---' :'AD Coordinator at crtin- ......--- FLORIDA. BEINGALSOIA PO- :. INTHEC N .QTC C SQRT, 4;6.031Flrda tfue 1456 .
THE SALE IF ANY, OTHER THAN i NA' scheduled court appearance, IN AND FOR FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY NOW :COUNTY. FLORIDA sale, If any, other than the INANDFOR
THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS. COIVI.tiON r ng this notification if the time CIVIL DIVISION TION OF THE LANDS DESCRIBED '- 004,;. of the Its Pendens must file a CASE NO.: 12 CA 272. -
DAYS AFTER SALE. 45-2010CA-0000- ance lslessthan7 days; I you, 2011-CA-667 -211, PAGE 229 OF THE PUBLIC. ASSOCIAT1IO.ASTRUSITEFOR sale. : INC., formerly AMERICAN GEN-
If you are a person with a AXOC-YX re hearing orvolce impared, BANKOFAMERICA, N.A.,SUC- RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- THE HOLDERSOF THE'CERWI- Dated at Fernandina Beach ERAL HOME EQUITY, INC.,
disability who needs any OfNEWEST BANK FS. call 711. CESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC TY FLORIDA. SAID [PORTION CATES ISSUED BY DEUTSCHE Florida, this 8th day.of May, Plaintiff,
accommodation In order to Plaintiff .. :. Dated this 6th day of May, HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP BEING MORE PARTICULARIY AIDA sECURiTIES M.ORTAAE 2 2013, : .
parflcipate Inthis proceeding; vs.. .,. .-:- ,. 20-l3.: : F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME DESCRIBEDASFOLLOWS:: FOR-,.-LANTIS E 26 .,: INfOsd .ANTHONY PRIDGEN, et al,
you are entitled, oat no co to RETAKRORtS MQRIAGE' N A. CRAWFORD LOANS SERVICING LR A POINTOFREFERENCECOM .- cntf;: -:, .. Clerk of theCiult Cut .Defendants. .. -
you,.to the provision of certadn ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION Clerk of The CIrcuit Court Plaintiff, MENCE AT SOUTHWEST CORP- -vs.: '. ;: .: '. '.-., ,By./s/Amand Steam ; .' NOTICE OF SALE :
assistance.Pleasecontactthe SYSTEMSlINCORPORATEDASB-ys/AmandaStearn vs. NER OF THE SOUTHEAST ONE-: CHARLES W. HOWARD, JR.; DeputyClerk Notice ishereby-giventhat,
Street,Suite507-C,Jacklsonvlie,. INC.; 1UNKNOOWifNTENANT(.;1N Submitted by: ISLES OWNERS ASSOCIATION, AFOREMENTIONED; AND RUN :UNKNOWN .. TENANT'. 1; TIES ACT (ADA) NOTICE: INDI- Judgment of foreclosurte
Florida 32202; (904) 630-1897 at POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT Choice Legal Group, PA INC.; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC NORTH 00 DEGREES 57'05'" "~ OWNTENANTZ ANDALL. VItDUALS WiH DISABILITIES entered In the above-cap-
least 7 days before your PROPERTY, 1800NW49thStreet, Suite 120 REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, WEST ALONG THE WESTERLY UNKNOWN PARTIESCLAIMING ; NEEDING A REASONABLE tloned action, I will sell the
scheduled courtappearance, Defendants. Fort Lauderddale, RFlorlda33309 INCORPORATED, ACTING LINE OF THE SOUTHEAST ONE- BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR ACCOMMODATIONTOARTIC- property situated In Nassdu
or Immediately upon recelv- NOTICEOF Telephone: (954) 453-0365 SOLELY AS A NOMINEE FOR QUARTER OF SECTION 42 AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED IPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING. County. Florida; described ds:
Ing this notification ofthetime FORECLOSURE SALE Facsimile: (954) 771-6052 COUNTRYWIDE BANK, FSB; AFORESAID, A DISTANCE OF DEFENDANT(S). WHO O(IS/ARE)-. SHOULD CONTACTTHE COURT- Ail that certain land situate
beforethescheduled appear- NOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN Toll Free 1-800-441-2438 UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS- 583.94 FEET TO THE CENTERUINE. .-NNQ OWNJTO BE DEA:,OR IADI.NISTRATORSOFFICE AS ,. In Nasau County, Florlda ve:
once Islessthan 7 days.fyou Iy pursuant.toR Judlgmn f:,.:..205-15-22-2013 SSESSION OF THE SUBJECT OFTHEOLDSEABOARDAIR-. -A";,THWHETHER-I:T.SADi AS. LT-N :LOT AND THE EASTTEN
Sare hearing or voice Impored., Foree doaue ted-th.rap dy r 49 PROPERTY, UNE RAILROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY --UNE.NOWN.PAiESCAJ S:.-(-0)63- 4.FHE F F OLOT 14 AND THE WEST
cdal 711.: ,- ..:.: -of o2!zentered Ir.- ---- ---- D Defendants. AFORESAIDF-ORE T NcF HERBESEES.GATEE. N. t. 10-958771 32FEETOFTHEEAST42FEETOF
NassauCounty, FloRida ;- -' It .l l , ANDFOR NOTICE IS HlEREBY GIVEN DESCRIBEDC-O-T'N-.E;-(6 .i`% .``.P1 K.2,.PAGE 49, AND
/s/AmondaStearrn t'.. : 'f U"C n;f ;.. .AUCOUNTY, FLORIDA pursuant to FInal Judgment of 00 DEGREES 57'05' WEST T P PEY R 62SCRIBEDNOFFICIAL
2424 North Federal Highway, NOMINEE. FOR MORTGAGEIT. Plaintiff, Nassau County, Florlda, where- DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL Defendants. ' CIVIL DIVISION at pubic sale, to the high-
Sulte360 Id.l and UNKNOWN TEN- vs. In, BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., RECORDSBOOK211, PAGE229 NOTICEOFALE ..," CASENO.: estand bestbidderforcash,at
Boca Raton, RFlorldd 33431 ANtS); IN POSSESSION OF THE GLENN D. WILSON; COMPASS SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO AFOREMENTIONED, A DIS- ,Noflce Ishereby glverthat4. 45-2010-CA-000165- Maldri entrance to Nassau
(561)998-6700 SUBJECT PROPERTYae defen- BANK FEDERAL TRUST BANK BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, TANCEOF 157.62.FEET;THENCE pursuarnt.. to -the ,FihT, .' 1 A0XXX0-YX'. County Judlcial Annex, 76347
(561) 9986707 dants The Clerk of this Court THE COLONY ASSOCIATION OF LPF/K/ACOUNTRYWIDE I-HOME NORTH 67 DEGREES 45'15 Judgment.; dated May 06, DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL Veterans Way, Yulee, RFlorlda,'In
2t 05-15-22-2013 shdal sell t' the highest and NASSAU COUNTY, INC.; SHIRLEY LOANS SERVICING LR Is the EAST DEPARTING SAID WEST 2013,inthlscause lwilsellthe TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE accordancewlthChapter45,
1439 "A best'blddeT'orcashatthe;AT G. WILSON; UNKNOWN -TEN- Plaintiff and ROBERTA L CHASE; .*ERLY ULINE, A DISTANCE OF property situated In NASSAU FORTHE HARBOR VIEW MORT- Florlda Statutes, at 11:30a.rl.
-_..... -- THCEMAII'NRNE THE. ANT(S);INPOSSESSIONOFTHE HERON ISLES OWNERS ASSO- 251.73 FEET TO.THE WESTERLY ." County Rlor(da, descrlbedd as: GAGE TRUST FUND 2006-9 on the 20th day of June, 2013,
CIVIL DIVISION set forth In said Final pursuantto Flnal Judgment of UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS- TY, FLORIDA (SAID EASEMENT RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- HOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION, clalm withln 60 days after the
CASE NO. 45-2010-CA- Judgment, to wit: Foreclosure dated the 3rd day SESSION OF THE SUBJECT BEING KNOWN AS GRESSMAN TY, FLORIDA. INC.; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC sdale. *
000450-AXXX-YX AU.LTHAf CERTAIN LOT, PIECE of May, 2013 and entered In PROPERTY are defendants.The ROAD); THENCE INA SOUTHER- a/k/a 95375 BERMUDA REGISTRATION SYSTEMSINCOR- WITNESS my hand and seal of
Plaintiff, LYINGAND BEING INTHECITY. AXXX(-YX, ofthe CircultCourtof the highest and best bidder RIGHT-OF-WAY AND ALONG 32034 .. . COUNTRYWIDE BANK, Il.A JOHNA.CRAWFORD -
vs. E BA ..E .OFFERNANDINA.F OR- 'the 4TH Judicidal Circuit in and for cash at the, AT THE MAIN THE ARC OF A CURVE-CON- : at public sale onJune 10, UNKNOWNTENANT(S); INPOS- CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT
TREE. UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ..AIE ,tRIDA i :-:BEN :BANK NATiONAL ASSOCIA- ERANS WAY, YULEE, FL 32097, .FEET, PASSING THROUGH A- -:.Judll'ax6347.Ieran Defenan7s. :,. : Sidney E. Lewis, PA
EUZABETH BRAMLETTRQUN- : '.Cfi .O ithearitiff.ndGLENN 11:30 AM on the 20th day of -CENTRAL ANGLE '"OF.-. 9 W'. L 07oith i', NOTE ttorieyfor Plaintiff. '
TREE A/K/A E.UZABETHB.RON- W"GIT O. fI MA. .RW.ISON. COMPASS BAN June, 2013, see the following DEGREES 15'58' AN ARC;.r -h|,:tlg lidd:iw ar:i,.'i ,' :ORESI108 E.l -:" 800W.AdbamsStreet, Suite 300
STREE ISAAC ROUNTREE; IF LIV- PITOF SAlDIDl:AUTlTN- F FEDERAl TRUST BANK; THE described properlyasset forth TANCE OF 55.83 FEET TO THE .as: crbdcIrkslp rapl14," ?:4OICE ISHEREBY GIVEN ::JacksonvilleFlorlda 32202
ING,' INCLUDING ANY GRAPHED ANDISSUED 8VTHI COLONY ASSOCIATION OF In said Final Judgment, to wit: POINT OF TANGENT OF SAID Irn .ccordnce wtth Sectio d ::pursuanttoFlndJudargoftof (90i4)355-9003
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID FLORIDA RAILROAD COMPA- NASSAU COUNTY, INC., LOT 231 OF HERON ISLES CURVE (THE AFORESAID ARC 45.031, Florilda Statues. Foredosuredated the 7day 3t 05-15-22-29-2013
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, 'COMPANY IN 1887AND 1901) ERlYare defendants. he Clerk PAGES 152-155,OF THE PUBULIC THENCE SOUTH 32 DEGREES property ownerasof thedate the4TH Judlcild Circuit In and BILUL'STOWING gives Notice
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, AS; ., of this Court shall sell to the RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- 07'29" EAST CONTINUING of.the Us Pendens must file a for Nassau County, Florida, of Foreclosure of ULen and
UENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND THE SOUTHERLY 81.0 FEET highest and best bidder for TY, FLORIDA. ALONG SAID WESTERLY RIGHT- claim within 60 daysafter the wherein, DEUTSCHE BANK Intenttosell thesevehicles dn
Defendant(s) PROPERTY OWNER AS OF'THE June. 2013, see the following A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER AFOREMENTIONED; THENCE Clerkof the Circuit Court BELLS RIVER ESTATES HOME- right to accept or reject ary
NOTICE OF SALE DATE OF USPENDENSMUST FILE described property asset forth THESALE. SOUTH 67 DEGREES 45'15" By:/s/ Amanda Steam OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.; and/or dall bids.
Notice is hereby given that, A CLAIM WITH,60 DAYS AFTER In sold Find Judgment, to wit: If you are a person with a WEST ALONG SAID CENTER- Deputy Clerk MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REG- 1GCEC14W7YZ110827
Judgment of Foreclosure If you area person with a COLONY CONDOMINIUM, accommodatilon In order to FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- TES ACT (ADA) NOTICE: INDI- RATED AS A NOMINEE FOR IGNDX03EX3D108103
entered In the above-styled disability who needs any ACCORDING TO DECLARA- participate Inths proceeding, NING. .. VIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES COUNTRYWIDE BANK; N.A 2003 CHEVROLET
cause, In the Circuit Court of accommodation in orderto TION OF CONDOMINIUM you are entitled, at no cost to Any person claiming an NEEDING A REASONABLE UNKNOWNTENANT(S); IN POS- It 05-22-2013
Nassau County, Florlda, I will participate in this proceeding RECORDED IN OFFICIAL you, to the provson of certain Interest In the surplus from the ACCOMMODATION TO PAR- SESSION OF THE SUBJECT 1473

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100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 204 Work Wanted ; 403 Finandal-Home/Prperty 606 Photo Equipment & Saes 619 BusinessEquipment 800 REAL ESTATE 813 Investment Property 858 Condos-Unifurnfished
101 Card of Thanks 205 Live-inHelp 404 Money To Loan 607 AntiqUes-Collectibles 620, Coal-Wood-Fuel :801 Wanted to Buy or Rent 814 West Nassau County 859 Homes-Furnished.
102 Lost & Found 206 Child Care 500 FARM &AfNIMAL 608 Produce 621 Garden/awn Equipment 802 Mobile Homes 815 Kingsland/St. Marys 860. Homes-Unfurnihed
103 In Memoriam 207 Business Opportunity 501 Equipment 609 Appliances 622 Pants/Seeds/Fertilizer 803 Mobile Home Lots 816 Camden County 861 Vacation Rentals
104 Personals 300 EDUCATION 502 Livestock & Supplies 610 Air Conditioners/Heaters 623 Swap/rade :. i804 Ameia Island Homes 817 Other Areas 862 Bed & Brakfast
105 Public Notice 301 Shools & Instruction 503 Pets/Suppes -611 Home Furnishings 624 Wanted toBuy 805 Beahes. 850 RENTALS : 863 O Sffice a
106 Happy Card 302 Diet/Exercise 504 Services 612 Muscal Instruments 625 Free Items 806 Waterfront 851 Roommate WantedC 865r4 Comeia/etai
107 Special Occasion. 303 Hobbies/Cra"ft I 600. MERCHANDI 4PSE 613 Television-Radio-Stereo 'OO. RECREATION 807 Condominimus 852 Mobile Homes 865 Wareh TA
108 Gift Shops 305 Tutoring 601 Garage Sales 614 Jewelry/Watches: .701 Boats & railes 808 Off sland/ulee 853 Mobile.Home Lots 901 Automobles :
200 EMPLOYMENT .306 Lessons/Classes 602 Articles for Sale 615 uiding Mateals 702 BoatSuppes/Dockage 809 Lots 854 Room 902 Trucksto
201 Help Wanted 400 INANCIA:L 603 .Miscellatneo us 616 Storage/Warehouses 703 Spo Eqpmenit Sales 10 Farms & Acreage 855 Apartmen ts-us s
202 Sales-Business 401 Mortgage Bought/Sold 604 Bicycles 617 Machinery-Tools-Equip. 704 Recreation Vehicles 811 Commercial/Retail 856 Apartments-Unfurn; 904 Motorcycles
203 Hotel/Restaurant 402 Stocks &Bod 605 Computers-Supplies 6-18 Auctions 705 Computers Supplies 812 PropertyExchange 857 Condos-Furnished 905 Commercial


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SWyline, 12k61, 2BR/1BA, very good...
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$ I000. (904)583-4459

Waterfront Homes & Lots Call
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Ready to build on. $675,000. (904) 'Lovely 3br/3ba home located on the beautiful Simmer Grgeous ,,io! Large; screened porhk spacl'is
Sq8-2150 Broker/Owner. Beach Golf Course In the upscale gatod community.of great room W.ith gas keplabes ele vator and o ,er-.
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AWESOME VIEW OFEGAN'S CREEK &HoME, 3BR/2BAlo 2 blocks irs Cen bne sits on onr 2Br BVil 116 & Of friage on,
Fort (linch St Park. Singl, family estate lot CSC tiut herce&3sk-. 3 S A witncrefeattesfidn
adjacent to historic landinark Amelia IslaRid iw bCoplee Remodel was begun, but cn listed Sunsangnsni seamstle i afeeslandOng
Lighthouse. 370+/- ft on Navigable side of nevercompleted,perfectforso me-nwanting. ayil'eg'aman a lIA
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S. $995,000 ML-S 37069 $155,000 ML5#59467 $124 MLS5919

on Avat Road. Spli floor plan w/ open. Prisline 75' Oceanfront lot on Amelia [sland. This 2784 approximate sq fr vintage home
is equipted w/eioh-and apdiianoaes and ioon Your chance to own one of the few remaining has been modified into 3 aphements. The
ters- maust see to appreciate. Master bedroom Oceanfront lots available on Amelia Island. largest-has a flreplace, hardwood floors,
has larger doors and a walk-in shower w/ Buy now for either investment or to build. eat-in kitcheni. Needs to be up-daled and
handicapiaccess. Yaird is fenced w/ fruit trees renovaned. -
and kennel area for a large dog.
$4A79,900 MLS# 56099 $435,000 MLS#56671 $32,000 MLISS# 56107

Lofton CreekAt igh tide ydu can fish frn.onbn the South End of the Islandi 3BR/ 2BA a3.8 sr lot lnatud on Highway 17 iAst snoth of
homs located in a quiet tieighborehood withno tion of most busiedsses Current business,
vae fbont or back.podch. There is also apt- subdivision rules or regulation. Forrest Drive Refleetines at Nature, Is relocating. usist g is tar
vale boat rantp..Fisherman'S delightn is acros from -ards Teeter, beddg an ad ost of theeqapt ast
sider a slng tedn leae ftr building and land.
$249,500. MLSiI59259 $190,990 MLS#59151 $375,000 MLS#58403

RACHAELAVENUE 75'xI00' lot $130,000 2.66 ACRE LOT in Nassauville, undeveloped and ready to
ARBOR LANE 266 ACRES, 170X680. $179,000 build. Deeded Access to Rainbow Acres Boat Rampi and short
Adistance from new cosinty boat ramp. $179,000. 4sLS #5761.5

each MLS#54044 and MLS#54048 Island Lighthouse. 3704/- ft, on navigable Egatis Creek. One of
the .highest elevations on the east coast. Possible oceanview
SCOONER LANDING is cenitrally located on the Island, close and/or view of downtown Fernandina Beach. Treeto'p/botmdarsy
to tle. beach, and shopping. this is for lot 20 & 21 together,- "srvey on file $995,000 MLS#37069 .
.$09 -Comer Lot on the south end of Amelia Island. $139,000, "
CENTRALLY LOCATED on the island, Half.Acre corner lot A
in River Oaks Subdivision, just over the bridge and down the DESIRABLE 1 ACRE Lot on the South Bud of the Island,
Amelia Island Parkway. $79,500 MLS#57083 Beautiful trees and Estate sized lot make this a difficilt to find ..
properly on Amelia, $250,000 for the Acre, or the coner 112 acre

BIAGE POTENTIAL for medium sized site. Corner location R2. Good for townhome, duplex or industrial. I I '. O -
OCEANFRONT HOTEL SITE 215' along the Atlantic Ocean. PRIME FRONTAGE ALONG US 17 just north of AlA

YULEE MINI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity to grow your Plans foe an I1,00 s.f. Medical Complex on file.-
own-self storage facility and/or add new retail/office. 570' on 64 ACRES along Amelia Island Parkway for a. bMaster
U.S. 17, total 3.5 acres+/-. Warehouse on approx. 2 acres, Planted Developlment ." '.


l 5 Units Available 855 Apartments v, .
1 5 1corn for the most recent information
S 3BR/2BA PARTIALLY FURNISHED on Long Term Rentals. Updated Daily.
Each unit different floor APARTMENT located in prime Chaplin Williams Rentals, The Area's
Rdowntown location available July 1. Premier Rental Company
Maximum strength plan starting at $1000 Washer, dryer, utilities, satellite
SP month with year lease. television and internet included. 3BR/2.5BA TOWNHOME 2184-B First
analgesic creme for $1,700/mo. Located next to the Ave. $1500/mo. Call (912)270-3239.
temI We pay garbage, sewer Hampton nn downtown Fernandina.
temporary relief We pay garbage, sewer For more nfo call Bob Ramshaw at 2,900 SQ FT HOME 4BR/3BA, mid
Joint and Muscle & water, and outside (904)491-4911 ext. 2106. island, gated community, upstairs
SJocint and Muscl bonus room with balcony. Tile, carpet &
soreness maFntenR L wood throughout. Fenced backyard.
Immediate occupancy. $2,000/mo
*. Arthritis Call for more information SMALL EFFICIENCY APT. 3 minutes (904)376-5689
SBackaches 7from beach. Utilities included. Partly
Bakcifurnished. $500/mo. + deposit. Call BUY 1-3BR HOMES from $1000/mol
S(904)310-5977. PreForeclosured and rent2OWN homesi
Bad credit Ok! Only 500 credit score
mnI To learn more and access local
istings call 1-866-955-0621. ANF

POST OAK APTS (904)277-7817 D
untrysideApartmentse living located at 996
Co t yrCim Ctrona Dr. Fernandina Beach, FL.
1ColonCancer SBreen i ent stars at $572 per month.
1&2 Bedroom Units Central a/c. 1 & 2 bedroom apts In obfl
TDD Hearing Impaired number #711 e
Tues, Thus & Fri 8 am 5 pm "Ths institution is an equal 1t T li t
Saves Lives es, Thurs & Fri 8 am 5 opportunity provider and employer.'
1105 S. 13th Street, Fernandina Beach "Equal Housing Opportunity"
C c is leain c of can(904) 277-2103 TDD 1-800-955-8771 28R UNFURNISHED APT. across t
SThis insiltulion is an Equal Opportunity provider and employer from walkover to beach, South Fletcher
Ave. (904)583-2456

sceein L- in Yulee. $500/mo. + $250 deposit. VACATION CHALET in N. Carolina
f ES AR Call (904)225-5419. Mountains. River overlook, cozy, well
-H Nfurnished majestic views Peaceful
Ca n s i s o HIRING $550 a week. Call (904)757-5416.
Rental assistance on 2 & 3. BR HC & Call (904)261 4066, C.H. Lasserre,
non HC accessible apartments. W/D edaltor, for special rateS
g ,Train for hands on Aviation Maintenance Career. hookups Water, sewer & thash
.. .provided. Call 904-261-2137 TDD/TrY
... s t FAA approved program. 711, 1655 Ume St. FB F1 32034. "This
Financial aid if qualified Housing availablen s an equal :oppurtunity
Financial aid if qualified Housing available provider & employer." EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES Office
CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance space from 100 sq. ft. to 2,000 sq. ft.
S. C iIncludes utilities, Internet, coinmon
866 area receptionist, conference room,
866-314-3769 58 o Ufbreak room, & security. For info call
SPACIOUS 2BR/2BA in gated comrn-
munity.? W/D included. 1-car garage,
community pool, 10 minutes to beach.
B U IS No smoking $950/mo. + utilities. One
month deposit. (954)444-9483. .SINGLE, RETIRED, PROFESSIONAL
FtMALE -seeks 11BR or studio apt./
Scondo for long term rental Call (904)
AMELIA 3BR/2BA, cathedral ceilings, 206-2465.
SS appliances, granite,; new carpet,
gated with pool/hot tub. W/D incl.
Avail. 5/1. $1100/mo. (904)251-9525

3BR/2.5BA CONDO Gated, 5 miles
to beach, neutral colors, W/D; garage.
$1150/mo. + 1 mo. deposit. Service 2001 LEXUS RX300 114,000 miles,
animals only. Call (904)982-9797. family owned, pristine condition, white
gold w/tan leather. $7,500. Call
(601)672-3824 .
S- large condos overlooking Intercoastal
Waterway, 3BR!3.5BA, nreplice,, wet
bar, gated ,community, pool and
parking garage. Rent varies by floor 2013 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN
level. Call (904)753-4147 or (904)321- 8-passenger. 400 miles. $18,000.
5 3444 Brand new/used. (904)556-6920

Real Estat'e, Inc..

11'334 Atlantic Avenue, 3BR/-IBA
$ 1,100/mo.
3BR/2BA home on Lofton Creek,
JEKYL COURT 2,t00 sq.ft, Dock, -ar;e/workh,
Large lot:gourmrt Jtchen, many dther
3BR/2BA 'hone close to bonus's $1,950/moa Plus utilities.
garage. $975/mo. *AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MO THLY
Available Now. 2BR/ IA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher.
Across the street from the beach All
util, wi-fi,TV & phone.
DELOREAN STREET *3BR/3BA- townhIome in Sandpiper
3BR/2BA home in Egan's Loop $1850/wk plus taxes & cleaning
Bluff North. 1,300 sq.ft., 2
car garage. $1,125/mo. COMMERCIAL b
Available Now. ing with 3.8 acres of fenced property,
formerly a Nursery with some out-
N. FLETCHER AVENUE building and a green house still on
2BR/1BA downstairs *Two 800sf Office/Retail spaces, can be
duplex unit close to beach. joined for one, 1,600 sq ft space,AIA
next to Peacock Electric $12/sq, ft +
900 sq.ft. $810/mo. incL CAM &Tax
water & garbage. Available -Amelia Park -'Unit B small office (2
N .rooms) with bath, 576,sq.ft. $1050/too.
Now:, + sales tax
Five Points Village 1,200 sq. ft. AIA/S
PLUSH or FIRM.,. Looking for a Long Term services, or office. $1,200/mo +sales
QEAProperty Manager? mella Park Unit E (14th St frontage) -
YOURWith 150+ properties and ovet 30 910 approx. sq.ft., 3 offices, reception
SS area, kitchen & bathroom.$1450/mo.+
years of experience we are here utilities.
more information. House, 1,800 sq.ft. $1700/mo. lease +
tax. Sale also considered;

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