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WEDNESDAY JULY31 2013/32 PAGES- 2 SECTIONS "fbnewsleaderzcom


SUMMER CARNIVAL


. .. : PHOTOS BY HEATHER k F'FRR' NEW'-LLDFR
Children enjoy the spray from Nassau County Fire Rescue trucks at the Miller Freedom Center Boys & Girls Club in Yulee during the
annual Summer Carnival on Thursday, top. Mike Powell, a member of the Professional Firefighters Union of Nassau County #3101, pre-
pares hot dogs for 150 hungry kids, above left. Tristen Herring leads students in the Boys & Girls Club oath as board member Bill Gower
and Carolyn Mobley watch, above right. .


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ANGELA DAUGHTRY
News-Leader
The Sadler Road post office will
remain open, contrary to a public
notice posted July 16,'at the Centre
Street post office.
, The notice by the U.S. Postal
Service, which stated the building at
1997 Sadler Road was "no longer nec-
essary for Postal operations," was a
mistake, according to' .USPS
spokesman Stephen Seewoester.
The notice was meant to inform
users of the 401 Centre St. post office's
impending closure, and that comments
on the matter should be sent to a postal
official in San Francisco, Calif.
The Centre Street post office has
been targeted for closure by the Postal
Service since 2011 because of a decline
in customers and revenue.
A final notice of closure of the post
office in downtown Fernandina Beach
was posted at the historic building July
9. According to Ihal notice, tlhe cloiiig,
scheduled' for Aug. 10, could be
delayed up to 120 days if users of the
facility appeal the di.-,isiron to cl ,se.
Additional pustl st-rvi'.'-. in the
downtown area have been available at
Books Plus; 107 Centre St., since 2012.
Books Plus is contracted to offer all
U.S. Postal services except postal
money orders and post office boxes.
P.O. boxes at the Centre Street
office will be discontinued if and when
the office itself is closed. Customers
-desiring to rent a post office box would
have to obtain one at the main facility
on Sadler Road.
According to the July 16 posting,
POST Continued on 5A


Paying back good fortune


to better educate others


Amelia Island
resident Jack
Keigwin
compliments
SJacksonville
University
students, facul-
Sty and friends
' at a reception
following
groundbreaking
for a new
College of
Health Sciences
building.
PHOTO COURTESY OF
JACKSONVILLE
UNIVERSITY


MICHAEL PARNELL
News-Leader
Jack Keigwin appreciates thevalue
of a college education. That's why,
decades ago, he hitchhiked from the
small Massachusetts town where he
was reared to Bates Collegein Maine,
where he got a liberal arts education.
He.later received a degree from
Harvard Business School, which
proved useful in building a family con-
struction company into a successful
commercial general contracting and
development business that made mil-
lions.
'"I graduated with honors not
because I was the brightest I wasn't
- but because Ihad street smarts,"
said Keigwin, who began his career
digging ditches and using ajackham-
mer in the construction company
owned by the father of his future wife.
"The answers aren't always in the
book," a lesson he learned both on
and off campus in becoming a suc-
cessful businessman, the Amelia


AtJU "We not only teach knowledge, we teach skills."
JACK KEIGWIN


Island resident said.
But education is vital, .especially if
it is practical, Keigwin said.
"There's a pragmatic component
of education, not just the theoretical.
Not just knowledge, but the use of
knowledge," he said.
That's why Jack and Bev Keigwin,
"the girl next door" who became his
"lifeand career partner," have shared
the fruits of their labors with institu-
tions of higher education from Maine
to Florida, including Bates and, more
recently, Jacksonville University.
"We've always wanted to share our
good fortunes, both-experiences and
finances, with colleges," Jack Keigwin
said.
For example, he and Bev paid for a
new gateway at the Merrill Road


entrance to JU and helped finance a
new Life Sciences building. At Bates
they financed a granite amphitheater,
named for his aunt, who was his
guardian growing up, and a lakeside
walking path, "a place for quiet con-
templation," named for Bev's mother.
After he "semi-retired" from his
Rhode Island business and moved to
Amelia Island, Keigwin became the
firsrexecutive-in-residence at JU, shar-
ing his business experiences as part of
the student curriculum. He has served
as a member of the college's board of
directors and is chair of its health sci-
ences advisory committee.
"Higher education is going through
a transformation ... parents are ask-
KEIGWIN Continued on 3A


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WEDNESDAY. JULY 31.2013 NEWS News-Leader


Dixi Hudson CT, the daugh-
Dxie Hudsoter of the late
Mrs. Dixie Hudson, age 90, Walter and
of Fernandina Beach, passed B e r t h a
away on Wednesday evening, Sokolowski.
July 24,2013. She was a grad-
Born in Concord, NC, she uate of
was one of seven children born Classical High
to the late William Dewey and School in Springfield, Mass,
Henrietta Deas Alexander. Class of 1955. Mrs. Mason was
Being raised in Concord, she employed at Cigna Insurance
attended Queens College in as Corporate Aviation Manager
Charlotte, NC. After marrying in Bloomfield, CT, and retired
Seaman Knapp Hudson in 1944, after 26 years of service in 1993.
the newlyweds lived ;in The following year she moved
Fernandina Beach, as her hus- to Fernandina Beach to enjoy
band worked for Container her retirement
Corporation of America. His Mrs. Mason was very active
work required several moves. in the Hospital Volunteer
to included Brpwton, AL and Auxiliary at Baptist Medical
Florence, SC before returning Center/Nassau for over 14
to Fernandina in the mid 1980s, years. She loved to play
Her husband passed away in Rummikub with her friends,
1996. fine dining, and Crossword
She was a member ofSt. Puzzles in her spare time, as
Peter's Episcopal Church in' well as being a lover of music.
Fernandina Beach and a Besides her parents, she was
Veteran of the U.S. Navy, preceded in death by her broth-
In.addition to her husband, er, Walter S6kolowski.
she is preceded in death. by a Mrs. Mason leaves behind
daughter, Carla Hudson, who her- sons, Stephen Mason
passed away in 1993. (Frances) of Faimington, CT,
Mrs. Hudson leaves ,behind, Craig Mason. (Monica) of
two sons, Knapp Hudson, Jr. Charleston, SC, James Mason
(Ella), Portland, ME, Albert (Melody) of San Diego, CA, and
Hudson (Dorothy), Pacific Thom Mason oTYulee, FL Her
: Grove, CA, onetdaughter, Karen' brother, Gene Sokolowski
Stricklin (J6oe),'Bowman, SC, a .(Barbara) of Fernandina Beach,
brother, Wayne Alexander, of FL, her grandchildren, Angela
: VA,. six grandchildren, Sarah. Andersc'n Oohn), Kristen
Hudson, Matthew. Hudson, Mason-Markowski (Chris),
Adam,, Tyson,* MD, Scott Kevin Mason; Vic4toria Mason,
,VAughn, Shelby Stricklin, Will Ashley Mason. Her' two great-
Stricklin, three great-grand- grandchildren, Tyler and
children, lan and.LaurelTyson. Arianna Anderson. Joan also
Sand'CarlaVaughn aswellassey- leaves her excitable little Malti-
eral nieces and nephews. poo "Rosie".
Funeral services were at A celebration of life will be
1.00 pm on Sunday, July 28, held at 2:00 PM .on Saturday in
2013 from the graveside in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-
Bosque Bello', Cemetery,: Heard Funeral Home with the
Fernandina Beach with The Rev. Jackie Hayes Oftficiating.
Reverend. Rector Stephen .; The family will receive'fri'ends
NlMaingd. officiating. 1 .onehourpno. r. '
SPlease share her life story ,, If so desired mnoiials can
atwww.oxleyheard.com. bb made in her name to the
Oxtey-Hgard.FuneralDirectors Nassau Humane Society, 671
. Airport Road;, Fernandina
Beach, FL 32024.
FrankW Johnson Jr. -
Please share her life story
Frank W.Johnson,Jr.,86,of .and leave condolences at
Wesley Chapel; died peacefully wwwoxleyheard conm.
at home on July 11, 2013. Oxiey Heard Funeral Directors
'wa hn rn andi raia d:in "' ' ' '." '


Fernandina Beach, Fla. He
graduated from Peck High
School and attended Bethune-
Cookman College in Daytona
Beach, Fla.


David EMcCIain"
David E. McClain. 77, of
Yulee, passed away on Saturday,
July 27, 2013 at his home with


He began his loving family at his side.
-^ his career..a& a ai f
^H> shrimp Ioat ,Sa&jI .a.' ,Elaiaod-has
captain and net "'lived in-NrthTlh-rida most of
maker on the his life. David was the son of
docks of the late James
F e Fenandina, and Scotland
laterreloating (T h o m a s)
.to the Florida Keys. ..' Howell He was
He is survived by daughters, ,' retired from the
Sara Hubbard (Hosea) of St. Weyerhaeuser
Marys, Ga. and Lazette Davis Corporation as
(Reginald) of Wesley Chapel; a production
stepsons, Curtis Smith (Betty) supervisor after 27. years 9f
:of Tampa and' Larry Smith service. David was a lifetime
S(Orlando); numerous grand- member of the Moose Lodge
Children; a sister, Vernita #2134 and loved golf and fish-
:Holmes (EldpPhus) of Fernan- ing.
dina Beach, and several loving Survivors include his wife of
nieces, nephews and friends. 57 years, Katherine; son, David
Scott McClain (Mary) of
Joan G. Mason:' Jacksonville; daughter, Kandis
Beaty (Larry) 6fYulee; brothers
SMrs, Joan G. Mason in law, Jerry Carter (Esther),
"Duchess", age 78, of Fernan- and Robert Brewer; sister in'
dina Beach FL passed away law, Doris Murray; aunts',
'Saturday evening, July 27, 2013 Louise Rumph, Betty Thomas,
at the Custead Care Center of and Velma Thomas, grandchil-
Haven Hospice in Orange Park dren, Erick Ingram, Cody
FL Beaty, Dalton Beaty, Cameron
Mrs. Mason was born on McClain, and Sarah McClaln;
:.September 19,1934 in Hartford, and a host of other relatives


KiwanlsClub
The Fernandina Be.
Kiwanis Club meets th
Three Mondays of each
at the Fernandina Beac
Club on Bill Melton Ro

;M NpMONO

NOMPONY,
277-449
14h' & Atdac


This is a dinner meeting from
6:30-8 p.m. Contact Don
ach Lyons at home, 432-8194, or
e first by cell at (978) 758-0561.
Month ptm stubs
ch Golf OP iicubs
)ad. The Fernandina Beach
Optimist Club meets each
r Wednesday from noon-1 p.m.
at the Fernandina Beach Golf
SClub. Call Bernice Kelley at
C, 261-7923 or Barb Kent at 277-
9 4071.

--- The Westside Optimist


and friends.
Funeral services will be held
on Thursday, August 1 at 11 AM
at Starratt Road Christian
Church, 2311 Starratt Road,
Jacksonville, with the Rev. Allan
McMillan and the Rev. Paul
Waddelow officiating. Interment
will follow in Hughes Cemetery
in Yulee.
The family will receive
friends this evening from 6-8
PM at Cedar Bay Funeral
Home, 405 New Berlin Road,
Jacksonville, 714-1110.
SCedar Bay Funeral Home
Jacksonville

Ben Sessions Jr.
.On Thursday, July 25,2013,
The Lord saw one of his faithful
servants, Ben Sessions, Jr., 90,
who had fought on the
Battlefield. He spoke to him and
said, "Servant of God, well done.
The Battle has been fought, the
Victory has been won, enter
into the Master'sJoy."
Ben received Christ and was
baptized at an early age in
-Georgia, After moving to
Fernandina Beach, Florida and
.making it his home, 'he became
,a faithful member of New Zion
.Missionary Baptist Church,
where he served as Chairman
of the .Deacon "Board,
SAdditionally, he faithfully attend-
ed Sunday School' and Bible
Study. ,. -. ..
.; After serving in the United
States Aimy, Ben'redeived' an
Honorable Discharge. Upon
rturning home, he continued
serving his community as an
Insurance Agent with Afro-
American Life Insurance for
over 15 years.. -
Being the pioneer that he.
was, Ben started the first Black-.
Sowned residential and. com-.
.mercial cleaning service in
Nassau County, Ben's Home
Cleaning.Service, which oper-
ated for 30 years.
Then, what was at first a
Tragedy became a tribute to a
slain law enforcement friend.
Ben began his law enforcement
career, not only as a tribute to
.his friend, but also as a expres-
sic i of his dedication to the cit-
izens of NassauwCountyHe
Served as Deputy Sheriff and,
later, as Captain for the Nassau
County Sheriff's Department,
retiring after 49 years of dedi-
cated service.
Ben was preceded in death
by his parents, Ben Sessions,
Sr. and Trudie Jones Sessions
Bennett, and son, Don Sessions.
He leaves to cherish pre-
cious memories his loving soul-,
mate and wife, Christine Leslie
Sessions; daughters, Violet
Sessions of California and
Miriam Jenkins of Jacksonville,
FL; sons, Lucas Jenkins Ooyce)
of Jacksonville. FL. Ben D.
Sessions of Atlanta, GA, and
SBrandon Sessions of 'Tallahas-
see,. FL; step-children, Jeff
Woods (Keri), Kaaren Watson
S.of Wisconsin, and Gregg
Woods (Wendy); 10 grantchil-
-dren; 16 step grandchildren; 11
Sgreat-grandchildren; 2 step
great-grandchildren; 'devoted
cousins;:. Milree Williams'
S(Holli),Joann Brown-Williams,
Angelo Williams, and Donald
' Williams- all of Washington,
D.C.; spiritual brothers, Deacon
SNarvea C. Gardner, Deacon
Charles Gilbert, and a host
Sof sorrowing relatives and
friends.
SVictory celebration will be
held on Saturday,.-Augu.st 03,


Club meets the third Monday
* of every month at 7 p.m.
Please bring a covered dish
and join the club as they work
with kids to promote opti-
mism to all.
The meetings are held at
the Callahan Lions Club, just
north of Callahan. For infor-
mation call 613-8595.
Rotary dubs
The Rotary Club of
Fernandina Beach meets
each Wednesday from 11:30


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NEWS DEADLINES
Community News:
Monday, 5 p.m.
Letters to the editor:
Monday, 12 p.m.


Church Notes:
Monday, 5 p.m.
People and Places:
Thursday, 3 p.m.


2013, at 11-)0 AM at New Zion
Missionary Baptist Church, the
Rev. Jeremiah Robinson, Jr.
Pastor. Friends may view on
Friday, August 02,2013, at the
church from 5:00 PM until 8:00
PM, and on Saturday from 9:.30
AM until the hour of services.
Interment to follow in the fam-
ily plot in Bosque Bello
Cemetery.
Huff& Bartise Funeral Home

ElaineW Zentz
Mrs. Elaine W. Zentz, age
86, of Fernandina Beach, FL,
passed away Friday morning,
July 26, 2013 at her residence.
Mrs.- Zentz was born. on
April 27,1927 in Baltimore, MD,
the daughter of the late Henry
and Elsie Schmidt She was a
graduate of Eastern High
School, Class of 1945. After
school, Mrs. Zentz joined the
Commercial Credit Company,
working within the conglomer-
ate of insurance subsidiaries fil-
ing corporate taxes and annual
financial "statements. Before
retiring in in1987;
\ Mshe ae 'had
[ h a reached the
P position of
Operations
SManager for
the Control
SData' Business
Centers Payroll'Tax Filing.
Services;_located in'Baltimore,
MD.-
\ Mrs. Zentz-' came to
'Fernandina Beach along with
her husband in 989' to-enjoy.
athirs rfietiri bfohSe wasJIa
member of the Fenandina
:Beach Ladies 9 ,Hole .G0olf
wL ague and wasa volunteer at
the Barnabas Center for. 13
years. She wasa faithful merm-
ber of the Prince of Peace
Luthera Church of Fernandina
Beach
Mrs,. Zentz married Mr.
James Zentz in tihe faill of
1947and they spent the next 65
years together beforeami is
passing in April of this year. She
was also preceded in death by'
her sister, Elsie A. Headley, in
2010.
She leaves- behind her
nephews -John.Zentz O]ulie) of
St. Louis, MO, and Mark S.
Headley(Donna)ofBaltimore,:
MD, and his niece' Joyce-Ann
Coumrsey (Marion) of Bethune,
SC. Her Cousin Virginia Lee
Hilbinger (Chuck) of Williams-
burg.' VA'. and her deav&.4
'friendi,..Shirjey.- A.n and-
...Charles 4Bustfer" Wickless of
Fernandina Beach, FL, and all
theirPchildren and families.
Memorial Services will be
held at 2.30 PM on Sunday
September 1, 201wat thePrince
.o-of Peace Lutheran Church with
'Pastor Ida Iverson officiating.
'She will be laid to resf along
with her husband in.Dulaney
Valley Memorial .Gardens in
Baltimore;MD. J
Ifso desired, memorials may
be mdde tothe Prince of Peace
Lutheran Church, 2600)Atlantic
Ave., Fernandina Beach, FL
32034.
Please share her life story
at www.oxleyheard.com.
Orley Heard Funeral Directors

DEATHNOTICE.

Biily .Jo0e Parsons, 52,
Callahan diddon Friday, July
26,20131.1 ".
EternityFunera llomes &
aCrema ons- Nassau


am.-1 p.m. at the Florida
House hiii on SbuftiThird
Street. Aug. 7 will feature
County Attorney David
Hallman on the workings of>
'the Nassau County attorneys.
office. On Aug. 14, Heath :
Alboher will discuss the
Fort Clinch living history pro-
gram. Call Melanie Ferreira
, at 321-5675.
**.." _
The Rotary Club ofAmelia
Island Sunrise meets each
Friday from 7:30-8:30 am. at
the Fernandina Beach Golf
Club on Bill Melton Road.
Contact President Christal
Fish at clfish@barmjlaw.cpm
or visit www.ameliaislantdro-
tary.com.


OBITUARIES


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Yardsale
Girl Scouts of Nassau
County will host a communi-
ty yard sale Aug. 3 from 8
a.m.-noon at the Girl Scout
Hut, 25 South 13th St.,
mFernandina Beach. Vendors i
-. may rent table space, for ?20i.
indoors and $10 outdoors
Vendors must bring Iheir
own tables. 'All proceeds'ben-
efit repairs to the Girl Scout
Hut. Contact 528-8726 for
S.more information.
Callforart
.The Island Art Associa-
tion will receive art for the
August Art Nouveau show at
the gallery at 18 N. Second
St on Aug. 5 from 9 am. to
noon. The theme is "The
World Through My Eyes."
Participants must be 21
years and older. Artwork
size should not exceed 144
square inches (the outside
measurements of the four
sides of the frame are not to
be greater that 36 by36 by 36
by 36 inches). No "saw
tooth" hangers, no string,
Sthetwo-dimensional work
must haye wire attached to
the back by screws or hooks,
riot staples 'No more than
; two entries per artist. Call ,
the gallery at 261-7020.
.Gun courses
GaryW Belson
Associates Inc. will hold a
concealed weapon license
course at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 7,9
and 13;and at9 am:and 1
p.m. Aug. 17. A basic with
defensive tactics course will
be held at 7:45 am. Aug. 3,
18 and 31. Contact Belson at
491-8358, (904) 476-2037 or
gbelspn@bellsouth.net Visit
.www.TheBelsonGroup.com.
Barbecuenight
SThe VFW Post 4351
Men's Auxiliary will host a
barbecue night Aug. 10 at
5:30 p.m. George Perryman
will cook his famous chicken
and ribs. Chicken dinners
are $7, rib dinners are $9
and combo dinners are $1',.
Karaoke will follow with
Eddie Carter. The VfW Post


LOOKING BACK,


50
TEARS


25
YEARS


10
YEARS


Meeting at the Keystone Hotel, the Merchants
Association said it wanted parking regulation only
in the problematic 200 block of Atlantic Avenue,
not the entire downtown.
August 1, 1963
The Nassau County Ocean, Highway and Port
Authority approved $65 million in industrial devel-
opment bonds to expand port-related activities in
Fernandina Beach, Yulee and West Nassau.
July 31, 1986
North end boat ramp costs continued'to climb
as the county commission approved another
change order worth $124,000 for electric and
sewer lines.
August 1, 2003


is located at 96086 Wade's
SPlace, under the Shave
Bridge.


Girl Scout
recruitment


U'


-i i-Girl ScouNtldNasSauni'[
County is seekinggirls in. ;-w
grades K-12 to join Girl
Scouts. They will host
recruitments at the Girl
SScout Hut, 25 South 13th St.,.
'on Monday, Aug. 12, ,;
Wednesday,Aug. 14 and
Thursday, Aug. 15 from 5-8 ;
p.m. each night Come out
and find out what girl can
do in Girl Scouts. The group.i
also is'lookingfor adults to,
lead troops. Contact 528-
8726 for more information.
Donations needed
In addition to a continual'
need for men's clothing, Tihe
Salvation Army Hope House ,,
is' in need of the following
types of donations: 1)
Personal hygiene items: toi-
let paper, deodorant, dispos-.
able razors, disfiwashing liq-
uid, cleaning supplies '2)
Canned goods: peanut butter:
and jelly; pasta sauce, dried
or canned beans, canned :
fruit and vegetables. Please
bring your donations to 410
S. Ninth St., at the corner of
Ninth and Date. streets. :
Help needed '
The all-volunteer Yulee
Interfaith'Dinner Network
needs the community's help
to continue to provide hot,
healthy meals to adults and
children experiencing
'hunger in our community.
-Just $25 provides enough
i meat to serve a hot meal to
-.50 people. To help, contact
the network at info@chnas-
sau.com, 556-2496, or send
donations to The Coalition
for the Homeless., P.O. Box
.16123, Fernandina Beach,
FL 32035. Please put YIDN
in the memo line.
Montesso i
celebration
Fall 2013 marks 40 years
since the opening of Amelia
Island Montessori School.
Celebrations are being
planned including a special
dedication to the late Jane
Grieveson, who devoted
more than 30 years to the
School Organizers want to
find all former students, par-
ents, grandparents, faculty
and board members. Visit
www.ameliaislandmontes-
sori.com and click on "40
Year Celebration" to learn
more, reconnect, submit pic-
tures or memorabilia or get
involved. Join the Facebook
group "Amelia Island Monte-
ssori Matters," email alum-
ni@ameliaislandmontes-
sori.com or call 261-6610. "


Safety tips for


seafaring dogs

ALEXANDRIA, Va. help to start the engine so
Some dogs were born for the they are used the sound.
water, others less so. The Plan for falls overboard,'
key to boating with dogs, either from the boat or dock.
says Boat Owners If the dog falls overboard
Association of The United underway or jumps in -
States (BoatUS), is taking it you may be able to circle
slow and making .a back and retrieve
safety No. 1. Here 3 Fido just like a fallen
are eight tips to get water skiier, pulling
you started: up slowly, cutting
Before you go: the engine and lur-
Get a good fit- ing the dog to the "
ting life jacket and swim platform with':
have the dog wear a treat. If you don't
it a few times around the have swim platform, smaller
home before they get on a dogs may be lifted over the '"
boat Any pet life jacket side by their life jacket han- '
should have a handle to eai- die, but bigger dogs may
ly lift the animal out of the require a different solution.
water. Here's a buying guide If a dog falls off a dock, -
for dogs of all sizes: know that seawall bulkheads'
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KEIGWIN
Continued from 1A
ing, 'Is it worth going to col-
lege?'" given the expense,
Keigwin said. At JU, "We not
only teach knowledge, we teach
skills." -
That is why the Keigwins'
latest substantial contribution
was to help finance a new
College of Health Sciences
building that will help produce
the nurses, speech pathologists
and other medical providers
that are needed in Northeast
Florida.
"Many of us, Bev and I par-
ticularly, are making decisions
where there is the greatest
need, and the biggest impact,
and surely this is the case at
JU," Keigwin said.
"We're turning away 200
well qualified students each
year"who could become much-
needed nurses in Nassau
County and neighboring coun-
ties, he said. Given that Bev
Keigwin is a former nurse, it
made sense to helpJU advance
that program.
"I love being involved in that
kind of student population -
after graduating they're going
to do something productive,".
Jack Keigwin-said. I ::
"Our absolute highest prli-
ority is the new generation of
leaders to 'be" developed, in
.health care,'" said JU President
Tim Cost at groundbreaking
for the new building in June.
He called the partnership
between the school and local, .-.
health care providers the "inter-
section of the best of higher
education and the best of com-
merce." :
The new 30,000-square-foot
building isscheduled to open
in August 2014 with programs
in nursing; orthodontics and
speech pathology, with occupa-
tional therapy and health admin-
* istration programs also planned.
I "The new building is con-
crete evidence. -.. jo realize the
vision to be the premier
pi'ovider of the leading edge of
health education," said JU
.-Health Sciences, Dean Judith
Erickson. .
Incoming JU Healthl
Sciences Associate' .Dean
Christine Sapienza, a ULniversity
. of Florida:dean for eight years, -,
said she was attracted to JU by
its focus on the future of health
care, including her ground- '-
breaking work in speech pathol-
ogy. .
Buchra 'Watfa, a "very
proud" 2011 JU graduate who
now is a critical care nurse at St.
VincentVs,+'elthtare, saidshe
was 1tt'tklhanilubfot,- theismall
group learning experience" at
JU, especially since she immi-
grated to the U.S: from Syria at
age 15 and learned English;'.
here. :
The contributions of
Keigwin and other major con-
tributors; among them Craig
Nelson, who played on JU's
SNCAA Final Four basketball,
team with Artis'Gilmore in 1970,
were acknowledged at a recep-
tion- following' the ground-
breaking ceremony. Among
those.in attendance were State
Sen. Aairon Bean and his wife


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Bev and Jack Keigwin, Amelia Island residents and substantial contributors to JU, at a
groundbreaking June 3 for a new College of Health Scieinces building at Jacksonville
University. -


Abby, both forNTerJUstudents, there; thumbed my way 180
:Keigwin said his wife of .n*es toq.Bates," in Lewiston,
more than 50 years _is probably .Maine, where he had "activity
60 percent responsible for any, and academic scholarships and
financial success that I've had." ,worked as a janitor to pay his
Her advice and B'usiness acu- way., .. .. :.,
men, often reining him in, was "I was. always grateful.. I
vital,i he.said, after theytook. wanted to assure that other
over the business, from her folks in situations-like myself
father (their daughternnow over-' had that opportunity," which is
sees daily operations).: .. why he and Bev gave tuition
But. higher education was: assistance to Bates students
also, critical to his success, when they were first able'
Keigwin said. Il hitchhiked up 'How.rewarding all this is,"
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.The" Tax Collector's Office located inside- the -Historic
Courthouse will be closed the month of Augistformandat-r
ed' equipment upgrades and renovations. T*he'- nearest t
alternative -location is the. Main Office in Yulee located on
A1A'.Tax payments, vehicle registrations and. most driver
license renewals can be made online at ..,., ',.
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Keigwin said of their giving to
higher education. "It's as
rewarding to-me as it is to the
recipients.
"It's paying-.back our good
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JUisgmwlng
As part of an $85 million capital campaign., Jacksonville
University broke ground June 3 on anew multimillion-dollar
College of Health Sciences building
The project is part of a $20 million, phased plan to expand
college facilities, programs, equipment and faculty to meel
growing demand The new building will have advanced tech-
nology, dedicated classrooms, faculty and staff offices, meet-
ing rooms, a muttidsciptinary simulation learning center, a
computer laboratory and more.
Projections through 2016 cad for overall enrollment to
nearly double at JU's College of Health Sciences
This year JU celebrates the 30th anniversary of its nurs-
ing program. It has produced more than 2.8Q0O graduates, the
vast majority of whom are working in the Jacksonville area.
JU offers bachelor's, master's and doctorates in nursing and
is initiating a speechanguage pathology program. It recently
announced that it would offer the region's first master's
degree in the key area of speech-language pathology by fall
2014.
JU has experienced 40 percent growth in it BSN pro-
gram in the hlas three years, to 230 students, and a doubling
of enrollment in its MSN program to 100 students. JU's first
doctoral class (doctor of nursing practice) began in fall 2011
Its nursing graduates lkid a 98.65 percent passing rate on
the nursing licenpure efanination in 2012 (with'a 100 per-
cent pass rate for'the i t two cycles) and its emergency
nurse practitioner program js one of just five min the Uniled
States.
With the addition 16 the next several years of two health
professional degrees (speech and language pathology and
occupational therapy) and health administration programs
(Health EExecutive Leadership and Health Information
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The Fernandina Beach Zaxby's was recently recognized with a Zeggy award by the
fast-casual chain for speed of service for 2012. The local restaurant location has
held the title of best drive-through dine in the entire Zaxby's system for two consecu-
five years. The local Zaxby's opened in November 2000 and was the first Zaxby's in
Florida. Pictured from left are Jeanne Ward, owner, Robert McNichols, district man-
ager, and Susan Satterfield, owner. The team was awarded a trophy and a plaque to
recognize their accomplishments, and each crewmnember and manager was present-
ed with a gift card. The owners, including Ron Gosselin, also operate two Zaxby's
restaurants in Orange Park and four locations in Jacksonville.


Economic


A disturbing survey on
poverty in America reveals that
many of us live precariously
close to the gutter of despair.
In the survey reported by
the Associated Press, four out of
five American adults flirt with
poverty or economic insecu-
rity as it is called in a politically
correct fashion at some point
in their lives. And this desperate
condition crosses the lines of
race.
The deeper definition of eco-
nomic insecurity is: being
unemployed for a year, living
close to the poverty level or rely-
ing on welfare or other govern-
ment programs. It contradicts
the improving economic picture
portrayed by the federal gov-
ernment;
It also illustrates a widening
gapbetwedn the rich and poor.
While U.S. stocks approach all-
time highs, nationalunemplQy-
ment declines below 8 percent
and the real estate market
recovers, many Americans
apparentlyhave not benefited.
Some attribute the income
gap to a globalized economy
,and a subsequent loss of man-
ufaturingjobls that have impact-
ed lower and middle-class work-
ers in the U.S. While large U.S.
companies capitalize from mak-
ing their products overseas in
less-costly countries, these man- '
ufacturing positions leave our'..,
country apparently forever.
The findings come as
PresideritBarackObama is try-
ing to recommit his adminis-
ttation's focus on the economy
and on reversing income


inequality.
The question
remains how
public pro-
grams for the
dis-advan-
taged should
be structured
as non-whites
become a
majority.
MARKET Within


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xcurity7
Nationally, 46 million;
Americans are considered poor,
or below the poverty line. This"'
equates to 15 percent of the pop-',
ulation. '
Poverty rates for blacks and"
Hispanics are three times high-''
er than that of whites. Even still):'
19 million white Americans fall' i:
below, the poverty level of"'
$23,000 income for a typical fam-'n
ily.


PLACE whites, eco- These lower-income whitest
nomic hard- are termed the "invisible poor"'
- ships are by demographers because they
Steve Nicklas growing, are often overlooked. These"
Pessimism whites typically live in smaller.
*among whites about their fam- towns like in the. industrial-
ilies' economic futures has Midwest or across America's+
reached the highest level since heartland. A'
1987. In a recent poll, 63 per- By 2030, it is estimated that!
cent of white Americans called close to 85 percent of all work-' :
the economy "poor." ing-age adults in the U.S. will3,
And even more startling is struggle with periodic economic
the statistic that some form of'' insecurity. This is due to the,"
economic insecurity affects 76 increasing gap between the rich
percent of while adults by and the poor. N'
the time they turn 60. Even You have to go back to the,'
still, ethnic minority groups 1980s to find white Americans
are more likely to live in pover- to be so pessimistic, according:"
ty. to surveys. Less than half
In terms Of family structures, believe their families will have aL.
mniarriage rates are declining good chance of improving their')
across all races; and the'numrhber: economic position based on-)
of impoverished households the way things are in Americal.,
headed 'by white mothers This hardly illustrates the
equals those run by black moth- fabled American dream foro
ers. And minorities reportedly any Americans. .
are more optimistic about the &Steve Nicklas is a financial"
future following the election of advisor with a major US. firmtn
a black president who lives on Amelia Island. His'f
Some worry that an'alien- business columns appear in sev- ".
ation among whites' may eral newspapers in 'North'-!
become a bigger' 'problem:. Florida. He can 'e reached at'
Inequality clearly has an ever-' 753-0236. '1
changing definition. themncklasteam2nmsn.comw'


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AMELIA WALK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF THE
FISCAL YEAR 2013/2014 BUDGETS; AND NOTICE OF REGULAR BOARD OF.
SUPERVISORS' MEETING.
The Board of Supervisors of ttie Amelia Walk Community Development District will hol
public hearing orn-rAugust'20, 2013 at 2:30 pm at the Compass Group Conference Room, 9616
Gateway aib yW9,&omrments -.
-A. Ws 11.64i^ .'s 4gms, ofc 2013/2 4 Aifergbular bo
meeting at the listrci'rwi also be held'at that time where the Board may consider any ot
business that may properly dome before it
: 'A copy of the agendaand budgets may be obtained at the offices of the District Manager,
*.West Town Place, Suite 114, St. Augustine, Florida 32092, or bycontactingMr. 'DeNagy at(9
940-5850, during normal business hours .. : '
S The public hearing and meeting are open to the public and will be conducted in accordai
with the provisions of Florida law for community development districts The public hear
and meeting may be continued to a date, time, and place to be specified on the record at
meeting.
There may be'occasions when staff dr' other individuals 'may. participate by.speaker te
phone .. .' .:. .'
Any person requiring special accommodations at the public hearing or 'meeting because <
\ disability or physical frimpairment should contact the District Office: at (904). 940-5850 at le
'forty-eight (48) hours .irior to the meeting. It you are hearing or speech impaired, piea
contact the Florida Relay Service at 1'-800-955-8770, for.aid in contacting the District Office.
Each person who decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to a
..matter considered at the public hearing or meeting is advisedthat person will need a record
:proceedings and that accordingly, the person may need to ensure that a verbatim record ofIt
proceedings is made. including the testimony and evidence upon which such appeal is to
based. ': .
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S Fabric and Craft Stores is cele- an extensive selection of fab-
brating the grand opening'of rics for apparel, quilting, and
S the new Yulee jo-Ann,4638771. home decorating, as well as
SR 200, Aug. 8-10. . many honime decor items.
Sewing and crafting enthu- On Thursday, Aug. 8, a rib-
siasts in the Yulee area now bon-cutting ceremony will take
have a new resource for shop- place 15 minutes prior to the 9
ping and saving on a wide selec- a.m store opening with Nassau
d a tion of merchandise to inspire County Commission Chair
6387 their creative endeavors. From Danny Leeper.
sewing and quilting to kniiting, "'One .500 Jo-Ann Gift Card
d"., jewelry-making, scripbdldh v "A e awaie acM l e
hr' and more, this store offers an first 100 customers each day
other 'outstandinfig range of crafting, will receive a Jo-Ann Gift Card


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NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND
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the Elementary Student Progression Plan for 2013-14 ,

In compliance'witW the Administrative Procedure Act,
Ole- Chapter 120, Florida Statute, a public hearing rnavbeheld
if requested within twenty-one (21) days of this noLice at
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There will be speialk grandli
opening sales aid -offersi
throughout the store, ..V-
Customers who spend $20(o
or more each day will receive aAb
.free tote bag (while suppliesia
last). Teacher Appreciation Day-,!
is all day Saturday, Aug. 10;;q
teachers receive 20 percent off:b
their total purchase with cur-.c
Sent teacher ID. Kids can make;
^ their own craf*ttetakthpme-w,
' Saturday, Aukt.;lO, 1a-j t&&-l
p.m. (while supplies last)..
Jo-Ann Fabric and' Craft
Stores will make a-donation to0
support local education. One|
school In the community,will
receive a $2,000 grant which
'will be used to fund the educa-
tional project of its choosing.
. In addition, coin boxes are
located near store cash regis-j
ters to collect donations to sup-;
port the American Heart,
Association. Finally, this new
store will participate in ner'-
chandise donation programs to;
benefit national nonprofit part-
ners including The Kids In
Need Foundation. ,
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Omni Amelia Island Plantaj
t'ion has announced a nef
:Amelia Discovery Deal for loca-
'residents to enjoyall the resort|
ha t,; offer with special pack
ages.of recreatAion and dining
-bundled and discounted bach
mor4h. starting in August. a
"- Whether a local resident
. playing tourist for the day ot
entertaining out-of-town guests;
purchase the Amelia Discover:
Deal (ADD) for $74 per adult o
$60.per child'and receive on:
padtleboarding advqntur
thrqjgh Walker's Creek ith a
4,,Vide from the Nature Center2
,..One round, of miniature golf at
the new Heron's Cove
Adventure Golf; and a credit to
the new pizzeria Natural Slice.'
Future deals will include
Segwvry tours, ,Nature Center
excursions, treatments at Th
Spa at Omni Amelia Islan
Plantation, specials at Th4
Shops of Amelia Island Planta-A
tion and food and beverage
Offerings at March6 Burette4
Vedrndah, Falcon's Nest ot
'Natiral Slice.
To learn about the special
ADD each month, locals ca
visit AmeliaIslandPlafttationI
Blog.com. For information oc
to purchase an ADD, call 3214
5082 or visit the Nature Center.


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Place: ... Nassau County SchoolBoard
S ", ;- 1201 Atlantic Ave. '
:', /" Fernandina Beach, FL 3634 :
T .ime: 6:30 P M' M, '"
Date: August 8,2013 ,
No significant economic impact is anticipated.. .
SCopies ofi the-amended plan are located in all schools, the
transportation and facility shops and'the School Board
office, '


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 31.2013 NEWS News-Leader


IN BRIEF
Fran Sheajoins
Watson
Watson Realty Corp.
announced its newest Sales
Associate, Frances
("Fran')
Shea, realtor.
Shea has
been a leader
and active in
the not-for-
profit commu-
nity for t'he Shea
last 13 years.
She is
presently serving as presi-
dent of the Nassau Coucty
Council on Aging and sec-
retary of the Amelia Island'
Book Festival -
Toptowri
The city of Fernandina'
Beach has been included in
Yachting Magazine's "Spot-.
light on 50 Best Towns for
2013." Each year, the edi-
tors of the. magazine pick
the top 50 locations and"
then readers pick the top
10 from this list.
Joe Springer, manager ,
of F.ernandina Harbor :
Marina, reported Fernan-
dina Beach beat out 14
other cities in the South,
Including Fort Lauderdale,.'
Destin, St Augustine. St.
Croix, Virgin Islands; .:
Charleston, S.C.; and
Mobile, Ala. .
In their article, the edi-
tors went on to saythis ";
about Fernandina Beach, ,
The discovery 4(X) years
ago of an abundance of-,:,
free-swimming crustaceans '
helped'put this town on our.,
list. Fernandina Beach cel.
ebrates its delicious raison,
d'etre every year in May ,
with the Eight Flags ,..
Shrimp Festival. If you'd
like to drpp in for shrimp,
or to enjoy Amelia Island's
miles of Appalachian.' :'
Squartz beaches, some fish-
ing or a carriage ride down-'.
'town, you can keep your
yacht at Fernandina
Harbor Marina. This facili-
Sty is on the Intracoastal ',.'
S'Waterway at mile 716 and
offers 1,000 feet of linear
dock space, 30- and 50-amp
Shore power, Wi-Fi, satel-
lite TV and more. The best
Part? You are just walking
distance to shops, eateries
and attractions And if you
forget the cocktail sauce,
werepretesTret'ousIca *i
firda spared battle here." '


Runners train for marathon


Jeff Galloway, 1972
Olympian, author of a dozen
books on running, race direc-
tor, coach and Runner's World
columnist, met with fans at the
Current Running store on
Amelia Island July 19. He was in
towq to kick off_ his local
Galloway run/walk marathon
training program held on
Saturday mornings through
March 2014.
Galloway's local program is
getting area runners trained for
two local events as well, the
Turtle Trot 5K on Aug. 3 and
the Reindeer Run half-marathon
held on Dec; 8.
In addition, local residents
will havethe opportunity to con-
tinue training for the Breast
Cancer Marathon-in Jackson-
ville Beach on Feb. 23 and the
Gate RiverRun15k in March of
next year.
Galloway's marathon train-
ing programs are for all skill
levels of runners anid designed
,to have fun and run injury free.
The group runs feature walking
Breaks at various intervals
depending on skill level: Pace
groups are set up according to
fitness levels and group lead-
ers for each'pace are on hand to
ensuresafety, maintain proper
pace, notify the group.of walk
breaks, keep the group on the:
assigned running route and
provide water breaks at 2-mile
intervals. .
The Amelia Island Nassau
County Jeff Galloway program
meets every Saturday morning
at various locations in the
Fernandina Beach/Yulee area.
After many years of running
with the Jacksonville Galloway
Training Program with fellow
Amelia Island resident and
National Program Director


... -S UBMITrED
Mike and Dawn Hagel with Jeff Galloway, who met with fans at Current Running.


Chris Twiggs, local program
directors Mike and; Dawn
Hagel decided to bring the pro-
gram here to Nassau County. In
their 10-plus' years ,of running
with the,..Galloway *program
they have o .th completedd a.
combined 40 mariathorns using
this method
"The joy of helping others
achieve their goal is the best
feeling in the world and cross-
ing the finish line will give you :I
.ajoylike no uthei agel." said
"We want to help others con-"
-nect With the running world'
and the Galloway Program is


just. the way to do it"
For more information on
Show to sign up and 'where to


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meet, contact Mike or Dawn
Hagel at 415-6039 or dawn-
hagel@aol.com.


POST Continued from 1A
"postal service policy
requires the property to be
sold at market value.
Contributions, donations, or
fre. use of any kind is not
permitted under the admin-
istrative policy governing dis-
posal actions."
City officials have dis-
cussed the purchase of the
historic Centre Street build-
ing for years, possibly for a
new City Hall or other civic
use, but have been stymied
by the cost of renovation. The
Postal Service has done rou-
tine maintenance on the'
structure, but has done no
extensive renovations. A 2010
study by a Chicago arghitec-
tural firm estimated renova-
tion of the entire deteriorat-
ing structure to be at least
$3.8 million.
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Then do jf. t,:
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Do it! ,. -:. .
Nike has been saying that for years. It's a
.nice marketing slogan, one urging usato dQn
those Nike running shoes, lNike socks, Nike
shirts arid .Nike, shorts and swosh down
the street to.' helh,-and happiness.
"ButNike wasn't the first One to use those
two dynam6i ford's: DoiL And'it wasn't.
Norman Vincent Pealeauthor.o( The Power
... of Positive Thinking and
'other motivational
:books, '.
The first to use those
words was probably a fraz-
sled mama living in a cave
with her hairy husband
'and'one laxly enager. -1
don .ere lt f u are tired.
son," he sad. -Just get up
FROM offof thatAndrewsarchus
THSE skin and clean up your
room. Do it!"
O" OBut Norman Vincent
OFFICE Peale did say it before
SNike did. He said it in an
article published in
PhilHudgins January of ;t988. And he
wasn't talking just to ath-
letes and wannabe athletes. He was talking
to anybody who would'listen and do some-
thing about it
S "Take a few moments every morning and
look closely at your life," he said. "Is there a
S frayed relationship that would be helped by
a friendly gesture or a word of apology from
you? Do it! Is there some deserving charity
that could use a contribution, however
small? Do it! Is there some little action a
'- note to a bereaved person, a visit to a hospi-
tal patient that would help to 'dilute the
misery in the world'? Don't just contemplate
: iL Doit!"" '. "
Hequoted the great psychiatrist Karl
'Menninger, who believed that the central
purpose of each person's life should be to
"dilute the misery in O.e world."
S 'Every day," Peale wrote, "each of us is
: offered opportunities.to do just this, some-
times inlarge ways, sometimesmin small. But
,o: ften we let inertia or fear or selfishness -
stop us. We fail to do it. .
Someone who had an opportunity to
dilute misery in the world in a big way was
SDr. Donad Panoz, whom I interviewed
recently for a story about high!0erformance
cars he and his son Daniel develop.
Long before building fast cars, though,
"> Don Panoz operated two drug stores in
SPittsburgh and then.formed.j alng with
another entrepreneur,. 4hmRceutical
company. When the b an~ibard and ,
the Food andDrug Adi'nisftratidn said his
ideas wouldn't work Panz packed up five '
kids, and he and his-wife mQved to Ireland. -
There, Panoz's new cpmplaq.En ,E ,
Pharmaceuticals, develod q ;its mostwelfl-
known product, the Mcotine:p If .
made improvements'-lowerid4^eS: hgh'
er effectiveness, fewer side=fj -'in a' "-
number of antibiotics and in drugs for pain,
high blood pressure' tfitaina. '
'The American drug companyfidn't want
to do it, so Panoz wedt,to Ireland'and did ift, "
: He hired picks of thklltter of' Irelnd's uni-
versity graduates andturned Elan into a
tremendous success. He helped dilute the
misery in the world ...
Most of us will never gt a big opportuni-
( ty like that, but the li.tttlengs'count, too.
S Doit! ;:; :
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Community NewspapersiJ., the media com-
pany that owns the'News-Leade.
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S Tippin


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ers and parking


s,My question 'to the writer of The N 'As-Leaderhad an article
"Tipping Point," whicjhappeared in- ;Ouly 261 about the county commis-
th .luly 26 Neus-Leade ahisf.f it's. .' tion r-' meeting, where a complaint
so bad in the U.S., wMlibtopping jas heard about the valet parking at
you frorn-elo'ating? h'!( i.n- i:der, using two public parking
tion is to ertte lsewhere'c6l'l to places on the county right-of-way
be sure they offer some form of Let's put this so-called contro-
Social Security, Medieart, goverr ,versvy in perspective- Sliders Seaside
meant and/or private persion.- Grill, a popular restawuant, is using
unless, 6If course, thois'e-'ireA '.6f!l two pai king places for people to
don't matter. g ..,.' -., .iafely gel out of their cars and avoid
Regarding immigration, ujiless. congestion, just three nights a week
you're an' American fnididt, attire' Anyone is- welcome to use Sliders


point in your family, historv-sinm'lar,
to the rest of us, your relatives
arrived at,our .b .,,es.f.prpj.o.lhr 4
land. If you haven't recently visited
the Statue of Libe'ty'InNew: YorRt
Harbor, it might be time to check it.
out!
On another topic highlighted in
your letter, I realize that the EPA,
(Environmental Protection Agency)
has. become the whipping boy for
several political groups nonethe-
less many of us still want our water.
-clean! Your fondness for the "states'
rights" amendment may work best
in certain parts of the country for
pait of th't.t lpiL.' t O.\ t ih':lu f '
some of theolher'i'.'
Finally, the "Fast ahdt Fuiious"
debacle ,'was misguided and has
hopefully been eliminated
'Regarding another topic, though
related, when it comes to fireal m
possession the LiSA takes 'second
place to no other country in the civ-
ilized world Evidently, we both
agree that insanity rules the day on


.fr-e valet services, restaurant-goers
and beach visitors alike This com-
.mtuinriit. needs tourists, especially the
young families, to keep out economy
going well It shows tourists that
they are welcome in our beautiful
paradise i'
Are the area's inhabitants so anti-
business that they have nothing e+se
to do except to complain about two
parking spaces at a very busy round-
Sabout that ajre only used three nights
a week by a popular' local business?'
Maybe the area has too many
retirees with too much time on their
hands. ..
"\Ve !:irl b:n, r,'othe Floia-Bama'
bai i i'i I )ran.g': eanch-to watch the
sunset, Ihc next trip, a multi-story
parking lot had been erected and
blocked the views of the gulf Do
we want to. in the words of joni
Mitchell, "pave paradise to put up a
parking lot"'"
Carolyn Greene
.... Fernandina Beach
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several Americari issues just not The first thing that struck me in'
the same ones the .July 26 edition waN the article
.... IBb. Howat about v'alet parking at Sliders. Let's
\ : Fernandina Beach look at this from a common sense
'. ,'i.. *'*,* "e ., point of view We have a local busi-
I am writing in response to the ,:;ness which employs many people
letter "Tipping Point" published on on the island This business and its
July 26 :'" employees pay taxes. It, along with
I agree that, the federal goverrn- nany othel businesses, encourages
Sent has exceeded'its legitimate tourist- and locals to spend their .
powers and is out of control (The money and in turn brings revenue '
letter writer) asks "What will it take '.into thie ity and county. Sounds like, "
to get the American public to puta good thing. So now wehaveanoth-
stop to the insanity of our govern- er enliepreneur who sets up a busi-.
ment today" .nie:ss that will help all those people
Underlining this question isthe' 'who want to spend money find an
fact that many ofourfellowcitizens easy Wayto park. Thevalet service.
,.have dropped out of any meaningful allows folks to.enjoy a more cus
'involvement in politics Whethei. "'tomer-friendly experience by not.
that is because they are satisfied having to park a block or so away,
with the status quo or pathetic ca'-f" and itfrees upthe town parking lot
,not be known. But in either case, for everyone.
-public- indifference indicates a Seems like a win-win situation;
ilack ofunderstanding 6f'tlfe ,imnpor-"' 'but wait! Someone is upset that we
stance ofthe Constitution and itsprin- have two orange cones on county
ciples that are currently.-under' ,"land really! They even took pictures
attack. In my opinion, the root*, of people working. Can you imagine
causes of this attitude can-be found,'' ithe horror on the faces'of the com-
atleast in part, in our education sy- missioner looking at people
temrn and an irresponsible -news employed who are working hard :
Media. and contributing taxesto the coun-
'David McCullough, a famous ty? Working is usually considered a
nAmeriean author and historian, tells" good thing for young men and
Sofa incidentafter he gavq < speech women to do .
about the American Revolution A: My question is simple: what and
person' approached him aildcielat-' 1vho are they hurting? With the
ed-that they had not known until-his problems the county and city are
Speech that the original cqlon..s facingwith respectto budget. issues,
were aill on the Eastern seaboard. pending lawsuits, figuring out how
. You'"iay have heard simija, riec-'-' to get alibraryfixed, oraposs'offce
-dotes& t"--.. to stayor a golf course to work-two
' ;- 'Recently, someone ttI'o ,P "'orange cones 'somehow shouldn't
they would prefer not to discuss the appear on the radar. My suggestion
Constitution because it waS1-too"' would be if anyone feels thatstrong-'
political and controversial." I dornt .."-Jy about the cones and the effect.
know if this was said from historical they have on the quality of life they,
misunderstanding or the poisoning are experiencing ,living at or near
of our political discourse byia sen. ;.t=he beach, enjoying the land apd
nationalist mass media and a selt3.'' never worrying about shoveling
absorbed political class. Could .bh snow, they should get a petition
both. .. going and have several hundred cit-
Our form of government s izenswho feel the same way sign it
intended to be "of the people ;: $ .-then bring it before the comminis-
the people, for the peop I .. sion. '
President Lincoln so eloquen it ed in his Gettysburg adOrNW`.parking.Thisis a deadhorsethatwe
Without a knowledgeable eledkiak--keep digging up and beating every
actively involved, our governeWtU- few years. Folks, we are all footing
becomes not like the standard that' the bill for others. like it or not, get
Lincoln described buta government., over it- Go to the unemployment
that is beholden to professional office, go to the emergency room,
politicians and special interests. In go to the Humane Society, or go to
the process, it accrues more and -the Council on Aging, or better yet,
more power and our freedoms are if you don't have kids in school, go
diminished. That is an outcome that visit a school.
none of us should want or accept. Guess who ,is helping all these
Norm Pineault places out? You, me and the person
Amelia Island next to you who are all paying taxes.


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Ithappens.to be whatwe do here in
this county. Might notseem.fair, but
it'sjusta fact of life. Other countries
are lucky some don't have a system
such as ours. They are the ones that
still stone folks to death, behead
them or let the old just die
We have been given the reputa-
tion by some that we are not a busi-
ness-friendly town. Something to do
with impact fees, restrictions, codes
and the red tape many feel they
must cut through to get a business
up and running or expanded. True
or not, we hear and read these sto-
ries regularly right here. What could
be more damaging to downtown
than asking someone to now pay
for the privilege of shopping, eat-
ing, and listening to our street per-
formers. What if a person who lives
on the island, but not in the city,
wants to use the library? Should
they pay to park to use a county
library in the city?
There are new restaurants open-
ing up at a record pace on the other
side of the bridge. Why would a fam-
ily come and eat here when they
would have to pay for that privilege?
Let's do all we can to drive folks
over the bridge apd iojatke.the island
even more. Whatdo .you thihli'-
good idea? We can always use a fe%.
more empty storefronts.
We are not like other beachfront
tourist traps. Other places can do
this as they have the volume of
tourists we don't. In off-season,
we rely on locals from.the city and
county to help keep the businesses
-going and people employed. Do you
really think people in November are
going to jump at the chance if they
are nota city resident to go and pay
extra, to eat downtown or at the-,
beach? .' . .
As the gentleman said in his arti-
cle, "It's not rocket science." Well,
let's look at some parking facts.
There are 579 free parking spaces
between Peters Point, Burney Point
and. Scftt Road. Peters Point has
showers, toilets, picnic tables and
lifeguards. Who in their right mind
is going to pay for parking in a city
lot at the beach when they can drive
a few blocks and get free parking
and services? Same sand, same
water, no charge. This isn't rocket
science. i "
This whole issue was brought
up a few years ago and the most
likely revenue tobegenerated from
beach parking was about $116,000.
The problems stemming from this
idea were everything from a loss of
local business, the potential layoff of
workers, to the hundreds of no park-
ing signs that would be needed to
stop folks from parking along every
Single side street and First Avenue.
The idea'was dropped. The public
didn't like it and the commission
respected the wishes of the public.,
It is not only my hope, but the hope
of all those who opposed it that the
commission wastes not a moment of
its time on this issue, ft is dead, may
it rest in peace.,
There are, however, other ways
to create revenue for the city. One
solution is aS$ night surcharge oh
"hotel rooms. Every time I have
brought up the idea it has been met
, with a "shoot from the hip" No. We
rent out about 350,000 rooms each
.year in the city. of Fernandina.
SInstead of charging our tourists up
.. to $5 adayto use our beaches as was
proposed, charge a $1 a night sur-
charge on each room. But bringing
up this idea is a taboo subject When
last brought up, the tourist bureau-
almost had a stroke. They would
rather have a weekend tourist pay $5
a dayto park as opposed to $1 aday
surcharge. They feel it is more
tourist friendly- figure that one out
The problem is everyone just says
no, it can't be done. No one to my
knowledge has said, "Pow can we
make something like this happen?"
and seriously explored this idea with
the county or state. Think of it: $1
per night would bring in $350,000 a
year -you could buy a lot of orange
cones with that
Tony Crawford
Fernandina Beach


Share the road
I'm a bicyclist on Amelia Iland
and have been.for 15 years. I average
between 25 and 30'miles a dayusu-
allysix.days a week, If you addit up
I've cycled thousands of 'hiles
around our island. .
Today you see more and mnore
bicycles onthe road. Bicycles| like
vehicles, come in several shape and
sizes.'We have beach bikes, off-'road
bikes, street bikesand everything in
between. All bikes have the right-to
share the'road. I ride a street hike,
the one with the. skinnytires,, and
must remain on the pavement: I Wear
ha helmet and a reflective banl ..oni
my left sock: I also wear, bright
clothes, to be seen better. You know
us when you see us.
Last week, while I was returning
from my bike ride ( live in" Old
Town), I was finishing my ride up
White Street, looking in my rear- ,
view mirror, and saw a white offi-
cial-looking car driving up behind
me and without moving somewhat
around me he passed very close. I
considered it thoughtless so 1'I fol-
lowed the car t6 the Plaza where he
stopped Only then did I see the
Student Driver" ign orn the sid,. olf
the car. [.decided to go up and 'have
a chat. He rolled down the window
and I realized it was a student driv-
er with the teacher sitting beside.
him and three more students sitting
Sin the back. I asked if he had seen
me. He responded that he ha'. He
looked ,a. bit sheepish. I said,
"Wouidn"iit be a good idea toigive
me a little more room when you
pass."The instructor spoke ujo and
said he had told the student to give
some space but the student is also
trained ,to never cross the center
line. I said it would be a lot easier dis-
cussion with the police to explain
why he crossed the imaginary line
than to explain, why he rode;over ,
the bicyclist. Most bicyclists, like
me, wear mirrors, We see the ti'affic
behind'us and when we see them
move over towards the center of the"
road we know they see us and that
we are safe,. The instructor said it
was a better message coming'from
me than from him. .
Amelia Island now has a' bronze-
star award as to being a bicycle-
friendly island. That only works if
the vehicles are friendly also. We
now, have wonderful cycling trails -
alotg iAmelia Island Parkway and
other areas. We also have the trails
in Fort Clinch. But street cyclists
like hiyself still need to share the
road with the traffic. We cycle top fast
to use the bike paths as they ate too
dangerous for us, -Although the paths
are wonderful for walkers, joggers
and casual cyclists, there is a lot of
stop and go. Street cyclists are'trav-
eling'at 16-22 miles per hour, which
probably would surprise most peo-
ple. We try our best to stay within the
shoulder white line, at the edge 6f the
road, but we have to move oirtfrom
time to time because we cannot Lycle
through sand or broken glass. We, of
course, must obey all the traffic signs
and signals, .
- We should cycle single file.
However, we now have several traf-
fic circles around the island and
there isn't enough room for a car
and a bicycle to enter at the same
time and the bicyclist must take his
full lane. It' would be the same on
Centre Street The bicyclist should
use the full lane. Bicycles also have
to pass a parked car-by at least 4
feet The driver might open the door
at just the wrong time and splat'goes
the cyclist'
Today when I ride around the
island, I always pass other cyclists, or
they pass me. I think it's Wonderful.
Today, cars, trucks, etc., should also
be getting used to bicycles more and
more and be aware..
Any contact between a bicycle
and a vehicle, the bicyclist always
loses. With a bit of caution and
friendliness we can all co-exist and
enjoy our beautiful island, sharing
the road together.
Topper Henrmanson
Femandina 'Beach









8A .WEDNESDAY. JULY 31.2013 NEWS News-Leader



California here I come


Liam and Kim, the chimp
trainers. Paul and Robin from
the elephant showv. Land ani-
mal keepers. Marine mammal.
trainersThe vet clinic gals.
My education staff Thirty
years later, these folks and
more were gathering near the
old Marine World in northern
California to reunite and rem-
inisce. Many of us first
became friends and co4
leagues more than 30 years .
ago. It was a reunion I didn't
want to miss. Besides, it's
been a coupleof months
since my last plane trip and I
was ready for a change in
scenery; So, off I flew to
Oakland, Calif., to have a little
vacation while Bucko stayed
home to enjoy his time with-
,out me, vacation of sorts for
him as well.The Marine.`
6World reunion.was full of
hugs and photo-taking ses-
sions. Everyone looked older,
(but still the same in many
sways. We laughed, we cried;
we hugged one another, we
told old stories and watched
*old videos of us in action. And
Then it was over.
SBut for me'the best was
"yet to come. I was in northern
California and two of my gal
;friends were still in the hik-
Sing/nature watching'n ode.
SPoint Reyes National
Seashore! Lassen National
Park' Mount Shasta! And I
was of P.f
At Point Reyes National
Seashore Polly and I climbed
halfway up the Bear Valley
S trail a good distance consid-
iering her chemotherapy -
"and rested in the cool mead-
.ow. Banana slugs, wild rasp-
Sberries and blooming wild
*flowers greeted us along the
way. Later, driving out to
KLimanitour Beach for our pic-
S: -nic inch of cheese, crackers,
jfg/olive spread and wine
o.(how California it was') we


WLD
WAYS

Pat
Foster-Turley


spotted two
large
Roosevelt
elk crossing
the road.
Polly and I
had done
this many
times before
in the 20-
some years
of our
friendship.
But now her
cancer was
back again,
with a sad


prognosis. We enjoyed our
time together -just like old
times and I tried not to
think that this might be our
last trip together to Point.
Reyes.
A few days later I was
camping in Lassen National
Park with another longtime
friend, Debbie. This was
"real" camping, no power or
water at our site, just a picnic
table, fire ring, bear-proof
food box and our small tent.
But the location trumped
everything. Although the .
campground was full of tents
too'close to ours, just beyond
us was Manzanita Lake, a nat-
ural feature full of wildlife sur-
rounded by tall evergreens
and vistas of snow-capped
Mount Lassen
Deb knew the area well
and we escaped the rest of
the camping crowd and hiked
around the lake watching
muskrats swim its surface
and getting a glimpse of a
mink along the rocky log-
strung shore. The lake was
full of ducks, coots and
grebes, some with babies fol-
lowing along. And at dusk,
.the natural show intensified
We sat on a picnic table near
the shore as the.sun set and
watched at least two dozen
night hawks swooping after


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insects, followed by a bat
show beyond belief. As the
sky darkened hundreds upon
hundreds of bats filled the -
night sky above the lake.
While Deb was transfixed
by the sight in her binoculars
of layers and layers of bats
high in the sky hoary bats
we found out later I was
awed by the small little brown
Myotis bats swooping within
arm's reach of my face, catch-
ing insects right in front of
me. And best yet, these
insects didn't bite! It was an
evening in a natural paradise
no doubt about it.
Back in the San Francisco
Bay Area I also had the
chance to revisit my old-
stomping grounds in Vallejo,
Lake Herman.Park, where
the Zodiac killer once
dumped some bodies and-
where I.often bright our
black lab Chester to work off
Shis always excess energy. In
Years gone by Bucko and I
used to sit on the hillside
above the lake watching
Chester swimming endlessly
trying to catch a beaver.
Three beavers lived there,
large animals much bigger
- than Chester and uncatch-
able, no problem. They were
in charge of Chester's exer-
cise. One would slap its tail
far out on the lake and
Chester would swim towards
it, only to be distracted by
another one slapping its
tail in a different direction,
and off Chester swam
towards it too. Chester never
got close to any of them. But
he did get tired out, hip-hip-
hurray!
But alas, no Chester at
Lake Herman,just his ghost
rising from his ashes we scat-
tered there 20 some years
ago And in the Bay Area
more ghosts of friends gone
by as well. But there was still
plenty of life there and much
to see I was glad to be back
again if only for 10 days.
And, as usual, after a great
vacation, it's wonderful to be
ho.,ie again!
Pat Foster-Ttrky is a zoolo-
gist on Amelia Island. She wld-
comes your nature questions
and obstn'ations.
patndbucko''yaiohoocorm


Manzanita Lake
in Lassen
National Park,
California,
above, where
there is a bat
show at sunset.
Below, an adult
elk is among the
wildlife to be
enjoyed there.
PHOTOS BY
PAT FOSTER-TIURLE
FOR MHE NEWS-LEADER


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WEDNESDAY. JULY 31.2013 NEWS News-Leader


POLITICS IN BRIEF


Marianne Maishall retires
The office of State Rep. Janet H. Adkins
announced the retirement of her constituent
liaison, Marianne Marshallat the end of July.
"It is with great regret that I leave the
important work of this legislative office," said
Marshall in a press release,. "The ability to
help citizens find solutions
when challenged by state 4
government is one of the
most important jobs of a state
representative. It has been a
real honor to serve Rep.
Adkins in this role. Rep.
Adkins shares my values and'I
understands this is all about Marshall
the citizens. This has made ______
my last four years some of
my best in public-service."
Marshall is a longtime res-
ident-ofNassau County and
has.thad a long career work-
ing for the citizens of
Northeast Florida. From
1996 to 2008 she served as a
member of the Nassau ___
County Board of County Adkins
Commissioners, represent-.. *. -'.,
ing District 5. She joined '' '
Adkins' office in 2009. ..
"Marianne has been'invaluable to this
office and is a real champion'for citizens," said
Adklns. "The biggest job we face every day is
how toensure that we provide citizen's with
access to their state government and to be
problem solvers in helping resolve their chal-
lenges with state government.s.adtibn or inac-
tion. I am grateful for IMrarianne and t'e tenaci-
ty and strength she brought to jbis position. I
would like to encourage ahInieqWh was
helped by Marianne to please- stop.by or.send
her a card to say 'thank y6o,.'' ''
Education Sumnmit '
State Rep. Janet H. Adkins, will. host.a 2013
Education Leadership Sumt.i 'on Aug. 6 with
special guest Florida Ed.cation Commisioner
TonyBennett. 'NH,
SThe 2013 Education"L'edership Summit
Hill be held as two separate meetings, one in
Nassau County and one in Jacksonville.
The first meeting will take place from 12-15
p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Red Bean Technical '
Career Center at the Betty P. Cook Nassau
Center of Florida State College, 76346 William
Burgess Blvd. Yulee '
The second meeting will take place from
5:30-7 p.m. at Fletcher High School, 700
Seagate Ave.,.Neptune Beach.
Local leaders and education stakeholders
from across the First Coast have agreed to
S attend aid participate.
The.2013 Education Leadership Summit
' :will focus on current education issues. higher
education (connecting the skills of our stu-
..dents with the needs of employers), common
core state standards and middle school
reform,
It is estimated that by 2020, two out of
*tree.jobh will require sonime postsecondar y
education and training.
"The middle-school years should be
focused on developing students' creativity
and problem-solving skills," said Adkins


in a press release.
"We must use these years to help students
understand that school is connected to their
future, and the decisions they make during
middle school will affect them for the rest of
their lives," said Adkins:
"As with prior education leadership sum-
mits, we will have a short presentation of what
we know on the topics and then we will open
the floor to public testimony and comments. It
is through this exchange with citizens and
working families that we will shape our priori-
ties for the 2014 Legislative Session," said
Adkins.
"Education is the one gift we can give our
children that no one can ever take away. These
summits are a chance for working families and
taxpayers who care about their community to
be heard. No matter your issue, concern or
view we need to hear from you. I hope you will
plan to attend one of the scheduled meetings
of the, 2013 Education Leadership Summit,"
saidAdkins.
For additional information contact Alexis
Zink at 491-3664.. .
LowCountryBoil
The Nassau County Democratic Party will
hold its 16th Annual Low Country Boil, ,
,fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 10. beginning at
6:30 p.m. at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club,
.2800 Bill Melton Road '
S Speakers this year include U.S. Sen. Bill
Nelson, former Florida senator and current
gubernatorial candidate Nan Rich and Florida
Democratic Party Vice Chair Alan Clendenin.
.'Tickets are S50 per personi and can be pur-
Schased from any precinct'cap.tain or at '
Democratic Party headquarters, at 401 South
Eighth Si in Fernandina. or by'sending an
email to info@nassaudems.org.
For more information, call Democratic .
Executive Committee Chair Ca'la Voisard at
261-3364 or State Committeeman Phil Morton
at (904) 879-5163.
:BlueBagLunches
Blue Bag Lunches are still going op during
the summer. All Democrats are welcome o
bring lunch and share time together at noon
Wednesday at Democratic Party headquar-
'ters located at the corner of Date and Eighth
:streets. ,-
Headquarters hours are reduced forfthe
summer Summer hours are Tuesday ..'. ,- .
Wednesday and Friday from 11-4 and Saturday
from 10-12
The Democratic Club is assisting CREED.
the Coalition for the Reduction/Elimination of
Ethnic Disparities in Health, in collecting
Sback-to-school supplies Purchased items may
be dropped off at Democratic Party headquar-
,ters and placed in the pink bin. The deadline
. for donations is today. Local businesses make
the purchasing decisions easy by having
approved items-available and often on sale
Summer backpack drive
The Federated Republican Women of
Nassau Couhty will not-meet in July or August
In lieu of the .ummner ,B. s, FRWN asks '
members and any othei "R rblicans within
the community to assist in a "Savor the
Summer Backpack Drive" for needy children
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New Narcotics Anonymous group forms


HEATHERA. PERRY
News-Leader
We strive to reach a day when every ser

addict in the world has an opportunity to Anyone w has ever bat-
topportunity to tled an addiction or had a fami-

experience our message ofrecovery in his or ly member struggling with it

her own language qnd culture. knows the critical importance
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SNARCOTIncsAMONYMOUSWORLD SERViCES.nC. Narcotics Anonymous.
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TYV BANK MARSH LAKE COM.
MUNIFY ASSOCIAIOt] INC.
ore aefenooants i iii '.ell to
S.the highest .and best bidder,
for cosh at NASSAU COUNTY'
,UDIC.IAL ANNEX, MAIN:.
ENTRANCE 76317 VETERAN'S
WAY ULEE, FLORIDA 32097. AT
S 7630 VETERAN S WAY VULEE.
SFLORIDA, o 11 30 o m, or the
23 c 23dayfSeptembei,2013,the
following aescrimaeo DODerty
S as set forth in Esaia Final','
SJudgment, to-wlt: I
; ; LOT 30, MARSH LAKES,
'., ACCORDING TO THE' PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
'..PLAf BOOK 5 PAGES 159
THROUGH 167. OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
IYFLORIDA
.. A person claiming on inter.
S,.,est In the Surplus from it.e sole,'
'. If any, other than the property
S, owner as of the date of the
s. LsPendens must f'e a dcalrm
,:within 60 days after the sole.
S Dated this22dayof July, 201,3.
JOHN .A CRAWFORD ..
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/frmanda Steam
SAs Deputy Clerk
S."; This.notice Is provided A
, accordance with the
SAmerican withDisabiltles Act,
If you ore a person with a dis-
'..ablty who needs any accom-
S modatlon In order to partfil-
S pate In this proceeding,.you
areentitled, at no cost to you.
to provisions of certain assis-
. once. Please contact .the
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
S *' 4600 press O at least 7,'days
Before appearance Is less
S than 7 days; If you ore hearing
Impaired or voice impaired,
col711. -
: Submitted by:
Kahone & Associates. PA.
-: 8201 Peters Road, Suite 300 0
'PoantotionrFL33324
Telephone: (954) 382-3486
Telefacsirnlle: (954) 382-5380
S Designated service email:
-: notice~kohoneondossocl-
S ates.com
2t 07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013
1634

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR NASSAU
S COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 45-2009-CA-
0009 40
SEC.: A
TD BANK NATIONAL A
ASSOCIATION.
S" Plaintiff.

CONSTANCE MCDANIELA/K/A
: CONSTANCE MCDANIELS;
MAURICE MCDANIEL A/K/A .
MAURICE MCDANIELS: ANY
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY. THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANT() WHO ARE NOT
10NOWN TO BE DEAD OR AULIVE.
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTESvMAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS.
DEVISEES. GRANTEES. OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS; INTERNAL
REVENUE SERVICE; SPRING
LAKE ESTATES OF NASSAU CO.
OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order of Final.
Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure dated July.22 2013
entered In CMivil Case No. 45-
2009-CA-000940 of the Circuit
Court of the Fourth Judicial


Circuit in ana for No.sou
Count' Florida, ewriereir. The
Clerk or the CircuiT Court will
sell to the hignreil ioaer or
casn on 26 aoy of Aug.;uil.
2013, a0 il 30 o m ofl Tne
Noss'Ou JaicilJ Arnnes. toojaau*
Cunry Co'urttm.oijus thie proc-
-rty ,'uatJe in Nassau County
Firioo. 763.47 Veleroars wo'
'ruiee. Florioca o 3209?7 reiote To
trA. following oescrioea oror-
ertv Oas ser-io-lh in the'Finol
Juagr ,rt. to wit
LOt1 37 BLOCK 11, SPRING
LAKE ESTATES COF NASSAU
COUNT'/. FLORIDA UNIT III
ACCORDING iO THE PLATI
THEREOF R.CCI'136ED I iPLAT
B,'. P'- E i C'F rTHE Fii.-
LIC RECORDS OF NASSAu
COUNT' FLCORIDA
Any person claiming or,
inleiest in Ine surplus from tne
sale. if anv other tlhcn the
properti owner cs oft te a re
ol Ithe Ui Penens rnu.t fils a
claim wirin 60 days after the
sole .. ,
911ATTETjrIOTN
PERtONS WITH DISABILIIIES
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT If you ore a person
with o aisaoiirl wrho neeas
ar. Oaccomrr, ioorn r, i.or1et
to DorarticiaOle in this procaea-
irQ you ore er.liTfleo at no cosi
to you to the provmion fat cer-
lain assistonc- P.icose con.
Toct ADA Coorainrort 01 crn.
ir.rrp@col net or (904) 630-2564
t OT least 7 aoys before your
che-aulea court oppearorce
or imrmeoiaotety upon recaiv.
ing tnis nolficaTion if the Time
, before the scl-,eaulea oappear-
ance Is less th'n 7 days; If you
oare hearing or voice impaired.
Scall 711
DATED AT FERNANDIrjA
BEACH. FLORIDA THIS 23 DAY
OFJULY, 2013.
/s/ Amonao Steorn
JOHN A CRAWIORD
CLERK OF rTHE CIRCUIT COURT
NASSAU COUNiT FLORIDA ,
2t07-31-2013&08-07'-2013 '
'1635'
IN THE CIIRCUJIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR .
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
'CIVILACTION
CASE NO.,: 09-00994
DIVISION:.
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
FOR MSM20 MAR.
Plaintiff; .,. .
GLENN R.SEEVER.,etoa.
Defendants)
NOTICE OF
RESCHEDULED SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Pursuant 'to an Order
Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale
elated July 19, 2013. anl
entered In Case No. 0900994
of the Circuit Court.of the.
Fourth Judicial Circuit In and
for Nassau County. Florido In
which Deutsche Bank National
Trust Company as Trustee FOR
MSM 2005-3AR. Is the Plaintff'
oandGlennR.Seevers, balerie L
Seevers, Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems. Inc,. act-
ing solely as nominee for
Citibank NA. o national bank-
ing Corporation, Tenant #1
n/k/a Troy King. Tenant # 2
n/kio Cathy long, are defen-
dants. I wi sell to the highest
'and best bidder for cash in/on
11:30 am at the front entrance
of the Judicial Annex. Nassau
County, Florida on the 26 day
of September, 2013, the fol-
lowing described property as
setforth iln sald Final Judgment
of Foreclosure:
AILOF LOT 6 IN BLOCK, OF
OCEAN CITY, ACCORDING TO
FERNANDINA DOCK AND
REALTY COMPANY'S REPEAT OF
THE NORTHERN PORTION OF
OCEAN CITY. ACCORDING TO
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 2 PAGE 38. OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS-
SAU. COUNTY. FLORIDA; LESS
AND EXCEPT THE SOUTHERLY
MOST 1 FOOT ALONG THE
ENTIRE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY
OF THE LOT, PARALLEL TO AND
ABUTTING THE RIGHT OF WAY
OF MARYLAND AVENUE. FUR-
THER INCLUDING TO GRANTED
A NON-EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT
FOR PURPOSES OF DRIVEWAY
AND UTILITIES ACROSSTHE ONE
FOOT STRIP TO THE RIGHT OF
WAY OF MARLAND AVENUE.
EXCLUDED HEREIN ABOVE SIT-
UATED IN THE COUNTY OF NAS-
SAU AND THE STATE OF FLORI-
DA.
A/K/A 669 SOUTH FLETCHER


AVENUE. FERNANDINA BEACH
FL 32034
Anq person cldoaiming on
initeiesT in the surpis Irom the
sale. tf any. other tnan inem
Propoeny owner as of the aolte
F of me ULs Pnens' must file a
cloairrm wlnin 60 al')r roer tre
sale
Doled in Nas'ou Countv
Floilao r.s 23 acy ol J ail 2013
Clerk of the Circuitlf Court
NarOSEQau CounT. Florao
By /sI Trocy Poore
Deputy Clerk
Aloertelli Law
Attorney for Plaintiff
P06 Boo 23028
Slorroo FL 33623
(812) 2 .l '- 3
09-26294
It you are a person wit'a
alsability who neeas any
accornmoatirions in oraer to
participate in this pioceeainrg
you are enlilea at no cost to
you to me provision of certain
assistance Please conlaci
Court Aamiristrotion rat (904)
630-25&4 wrinin two (2) work-
ing aoy; of receipt of this
ncMtie. If you are'hotaring or
voice impaired cas I .800.955-
8771 Io ie resporae omiose
contoci Nossou Counry Cleik
of Court, 76A7 Veteron'sWay
Yulee FL 32097 tele (904) 548-
460) Y 1569, Fa< (904) 327.5795
2107 31-201 1 a08-07.2013
1636
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The St. Johns River Water
Managemenl Dilstrict
(DIstrlct) gIves notice of
Sreceipt atol Ithe following
S per-inlt oppllcalon(s):
Standard Gerrneral and
Standard ERP Permit. :
SApplloations
S Florida Public' Utilities
. Company,. 911 S 8th St.
Femarrndlna Beacd, FL 32034,
application # 40-089-64769-3.
The project is locatra inr.
'Nassau County. Sections 6
ana 7, Township 2 Nortn
Range 28 East, anor incluaes
8.35.acres. The Environmental
Resource Permit application
Is for the construction of a sur-
'ocewater managemehtsys-,
ternm to serve a development
known as FPU -New Office-
Warehouse, The receiving
waterbody is existing munlc-
pl ditch.
The file(s) containing the
permr applications) are aval-
able for.lnspectlon Monday
through. Friday. except for
District holidays. 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the District's Head-
quarters.4049 Reid St, Palatka,
FL 32177-2529. You may also
.view fiesat one ofthe DIstrict's
ServIce Centers, but you
should call Service Center staff
In advarce to make sure that
the fles are at a specific
Service Center.Servtce Center
contact Information Is avail-
able' o.online "at
floridaswater.com/contoc-
tus/offices.html. Additionally,
most permit application fie
documents can be viewed
online at
floridaswater.com/permlt-
ting/lndexhtmI.To obtain Infor-
matlbn on how to find and
view permit application fie
documents, go to the HELP
tab In -Permtting and click
on Support and FAQs and
then folow the directions pro-
vided under 'How to find a
Technical Staff Report (TSR) or
other application fie docu-
ments "
The decision on Standard
General and Standard permit
appllcions wi be made at
the District's Service Center
where the application is
processed, unless the appli-
cation is upgraded to an
Indivdudal permit as explained
belowA substantial objection
to a Standard General or
Standard permit application
must be made In writing and
filed with (received by) the
Diredoto Bureau ao Regulafory
Support. PO. Box 1429, Poiatkca
FL 32178-1429. or by e-mal at
applicationsupport@sjr- -
wmid.com. within 14 days of
notification of the application,
Please include either the
Permlt Application number or
the Project Name in the objec-
tiorn. Notification of the appli-
cation Is either the fifth day
after the date on which the
written notice is deposited in
the U.S. mail (for those persons
who receive actual notice by
U.S ma). the day the notice is
emoailed (for those persons


who recervse actual notice Dy
emoil). or the doate the nocle
IF Duolishea ir the newspooape
(ir actual notice is not provia.-
ea oy U.S mail or emailD) A
"suostontial oDiection" meaons.r
a written statement airectea
to Ir.e District that ideniilies
the obietlor concerns nyaro-
logic or environmental
impacts oi the proposed
activity ana relates TO apPli.
Scoole rule criteria A timely
substantial ooiection will cause
the Standara General or
Slandara permit application
to oe considered an apilca-
Stiprloran irialiaoul permit It
,' Districl rec4i, :Ur-%T,.'1310lOQecII:bl :rc.I-0
inen you will receide wi'ten
nontce or the District's intena.
eo aeciSiorn on the permit
opr'sicatron
Please note that aecisions
Son IriaMdauol permit applica-
tons will be moae either oy'
The Districrs Eeecutjae DirecIor
or oe'ignee (for Ihose oappli-
cations wnich areo recom-
menaeo los oproo.01) or Dy
thie District's Go..erning Boora
(for those applications wriich
ore ,ecommenaea tor aeniQl)
For Inaiiiaual pemilt aOplico.
tons you oare oavisea TO nosi
fy tle Districtwithin ldO ays of
noTification of the applica-
t1ors) if you hKs'e due.tions
oo)ectioris comments or inlor-
r motion legoraing Te Oactivity
proposed in fte permit appli.
cation If you rroke a wriren
iequeit to the District lfor ooi-
tiona information regaolaing 0
specific permit application.
you wll e rooaea or, oppor-
tunrty to oOtain the a0.aoIle
inforrrmaton Please nole that
filing o written opleclion aoes
nor entile you to o Chapler.
120 RlorOaa Statutes aaminis-
traicive hearing
Notice of intend6oa ('.ro-
posed) Distrcl Decision wll De
orovitea to persons who have
requested inOrvidual notice A
request for individual notice
or Intenoea (proposed) Distr-ct
Decision on mne oppIicarion
must De recelvea oy The
District's Director, Bureau of
Regsiatory Support pior to "he
acte the notice oft inlenaea
proposeda) District Decision is
generalea
Margaret Daniels,
SBureau Chief
.Bureau of Regulatory Support
St. Johns River Water '
Management District .
4049 Retd Street
PaolatkcL FL 32177-2529
(386) 329-4570
It 07-31-2013
1637

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION'
FILE NUMBER: 13-CP-000174
DIVISION:
IN RE: ESTATEOF CLARENCE'
TEAGUE FROSCHER. -
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The- odminlstration of the
estate of CLARENCE TEAGUE
FRKSCHER- deceased, whose
date of death was June 21,
2013. is pending In the Circuit
Court for Nassau County.
Rorida. Probate DivKsor the
address of which Is 76347
veterans Way. Yulee. Florida
32097. The names 'and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative arnd the personal.
representative's attorney are
set forth below
If you have been served
with a copy of this notice and
you hove .any claim or
demand against decedenrTs
estate, even if that claim Is
unmatured, contingent or
unlquida ted you rust fle your
claim with the court ON OR .
BE-ORE THE LATER OF A DATE
THAT IS 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFIERYOU
RECEIVE A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE
Al olher creditors of the
decedent and other person
who have alIms or demands
,against decedent's estate.
Including unmatured, continrt-
gent or unliquidated claims,
'trust ie their adlalms with the
court ON OR BEFORE THE DATE
THAT IS 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.


NOrWT'HSTTIlDirIjG THE IItE
PERIOD iET fO-rH ,BGjLE Al ,
CLAIM FILED TWr (2) .E.I?',
OR MORE AFIER THE DECE.
DENTI S DATE OF DEAiH ic;
BARRED
Iha .olroe Crl Tre-. rti puDoII-
cartorn ot t-.1i roi'i:e, i U, l 1 ;I
2013.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
A HAMILIJN COCOKE ESQ
Roriao Br JO1 i 074"
Frimer Touir-y L-ose S boll
501 Rreae A'.'rZje, SuAte 00
Jackson.'ie Floriaoo 32202
(903) 356-2w0
Email t-.cookcS'isiu:ner19yl6,
corn .
. : : -. ,! -Cir."i D - ,
rORRE, C FRCrCHER
1600N Ook Street t1019
Arlingtor, .'irgir.ia 22209
2107-31-2013&0id-07.20i
i638

REZONING NOTICE
NOTICE IK HEREB, G'. Ei
Itfa1.on Tuesa.-y the 201'r, day
of August 201 ? 0a 7 O) PM Ine
Plaonning ona Zcingrgtaora .rI
NT'lOssou Counr will h.ila a
pupliic hearing at Ihie
CmrnmTisionr Cnac.r.. J-prr.I.z-.
.3 Page _Go errnmertol
Ccrnpies 96135 1uou Plazce
Vulee Fionao 32)97 to conriao.
er appliatior, rlo Rl 3-00. lor
rezoning Arlso D it knoi.,r.-
thai or Mondaye, t- 231a ,-r
aay 6l Sepremor 2013 a?77 'j
PM. the Boaro of Counr,'
Co'rimlsioners ,lor N..I su
CojrnTy wi noloa public hr-.)r.
ing on trio oia opplicaliton tiro
Rezonlrig No Rl -005 a tIf.
Commission C narnomrers Jarn'.o
S Page Comple> location
concerning thn. following
de.criDea property in Nassau
County
Location tor the o1 .eo
aesc noei prap jrt.ls On th-,
we t siae of Amelia CorcourTe
(Amelia Walk SuOai.-'ision) a
MajesticWo0lk
R13-006 rol-:.ies Io rezorne
tne Hornpionr.-.Lakes Plorned
Unit Dw.elopmrti (PUE) trom
PUD lo PuD to reorroe a 107
acre neighlc.rhooQ comrer-
idol portion of the HoiTr.pion
LaKes PUD thereoay leavi,'ng
459-/-acres remainder cor,-
sisting solely at single family
resilaenrtial aevs lopment
This applications. is fleDa D-
AW Venture I ora It LLC owrrr
ana Engiana -rl-irmT & Miller
Inc, agent
All inierested pome; are
irmivtea to attei-.a the puOlic
hearingsiandtod' be heard.
Coples of the Applfcation and
Supporting information are
availole for inspection in thIn,
. office of the Nassou County
'Growth Management Deprn-
ment. 96161 "Nassau Plaoce;
.Yulee. FL 32097. Comments'
may alsobedirected Inwrting
to the Growth Management
DepaRment.'rhailetoogre-
goiyohasucountylcorm, or
received'by telephone at
(904) 491-7328. All comments
will become a. port of the
record In this matter.,
This hearing wi be con-
ducted as a quasi-Judicial
hearing. .. :- -
Persons with- disabilttle.
requiring acommadations in
order to patcate [rifts pro-
gram or activity should caon-
tactthe Growth Mdnogement
Department (904)"491-7328. or
Florida Relay Service" 0 -800-
955-8771) at leasttwenty-four
(24) hours In advance to
request such accommoda-
tion.
THE PUBLIC INVITED TO BE
PRESENT AND BE HEARD. I: A
PERSON WISHES TO APPEAL
ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD. AGENCY OR COM- -
MISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY
MASTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH
MEETING OR HEARING. HEWILL
NEED A RECORD OF THE PRO-
CEEDINGSAND FOR THAT PUR-
POSE'MAY NEED TO ENSURE
THATA VERBATIM RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,
WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE
UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS
TO BE BASED.
The Planning and Zoning
Board may continue hearing
on this matter.
PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF NASSAU COUNTY
FLORIDA
/s/ Thomas Ford
Its: Chairman
2t 07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013
1640


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'.re'.:e-.i rs..:o' ,'.: ,' C .iC
o,'.'r,.r ana E,'"gior..3 -rr,,ri-, .
.U1le, Ir c og-',r
All Interested parties are
invited to attend -re ..suii:
Ieearings'and to 'be heard,'.
C oie:. o'f th A rr.all.on: .'- Or,-O
SupPC.rdiir g ir.rorrr..1rii. .'-
OvailOble ior Ir;p :lit:.r, .irn in ,
otisc- 0 or me hS': 3ij Cc..-s.lt,
.ro ,'Itr'l rjl jur,3, I T.-"ri -;
Dp '3r t.' r r ,ror. ,il, Il J ii..:,.j
FI.3ic '/ule' FL '1 .'2'0
'Comments may also. be.;'-
directed In writing to the
Growtht' '- Management
Department, emailed toaogre-.
gorynassaucountyfl.com, or
received by- tel..n.:.r, ,i "
(904)491-7328. all .:.:..T,r-,'.,
will become a" port of the
:ecora ir. t is -rmoaIer
S Tt.l,; 1i.,Orl,'n g w ill C'- i:, -,'
CuCI-l' 0 0 qu,3Ii-.Juci31i
hearlng.'- '-
Persons with disabilities.
* !quiri.m- ac1,C O iT T:,-az rihr, in
-order tolparticlpoate in this pro-
gram or activity should con-
tactihe Growth Manogement -
Depaortment (904) -491-7328. or
, Florida Relay Service (1-800-
955-8771) at least twenty-four
(24) hours in bdvahce to
request- such accommodo-
Vtion. -
THE PUBUC I itr'.,ITEDTO BE
PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A
PERSON WISHES TO APPEAL
ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD. AGENCY.OR COM-
MISSION WITH RESPECTTO ANY
MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH,
MEETING ORHEARING, HE WILL.
NEED A RECORD OF THE PRO-'
CEEDINGS AND FOR THAT PUR- -
POSE MAY NEED TO ENSURE
THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE.
WHICH RECORD INCLUDESTHE
TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE
UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS
TO BE BASED.
The Plaonning aid Zoning
Board may continue hearing
on this matter.
PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
/s/ Thomas Ford
tts' Chairman
2t07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013
1641

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIViL ACTION
CASE NO.:
45-2009-CA-000318
DMIVISION: A
PHH MORTGAGE
CORPORATION,
Plaintif.
vS.
ILAJCREECHA/K/AILA
JEAN CREECH et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Juagment
of Mortgage Foreclosure
ootec July 22 2013 and
entered in Case No. 45-2009-


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1642 -

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR NASSAO.
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVI-
'*, .; ",*SlON-.'!1" '^
S Case No i2CA0006S4
.*i-.'r'.t-niii' t".-:uui-d income.
Fund U-C, L
Ploantff "
VS. '
Gory Emerson; ,jckie
Emerson, -.
Defendants. ;.'
NOTICE OF *
FORECLOSURE'.tALE
NOTICE IS HERPEEW6YIVEN
pursuorf'to o Siirmory"Finol
Judgment -of.a'Foreclobsure'
doted July 22, 2013,'enitered-
'In Case No. 12CA000654of the
Circuit Court'-of'the'iFourth
Judicial Circuiti'In and for
Nossou Counfy. RFono, rdwhere-
In Amerifurid Se red Income
Fun d 1. LLC is thel-'Plointiff and
Gary EmersrrJocke Emierson
ore the Defendants, that I wil
sell to the highest and best
bidde' to' csh at.' ,763,47
Veterans Way. Y01ee. FoIdo
32097. oe'!nnng at 1130 AM
on the 26 aoy ofALigust. 2013,
the fallowng oaesc'ioed orop-
'erly os set forth ,n sroa Final
Judgment, to wt-
ALL OF THAT CERTAIN
PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF
LAND LYING AND BEING IN
THE COUNTY OF NASSAU
AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA
KNOWN AND DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS
A PORTION OF SECTIONS 43
AND 48. TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH.
RANGE 28 EAST NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA. SAID POR-
TION BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS
FOR A POINT OF REFERENCE
COMMENCE. AT THE NORTH-
EAST CORNER OF SECTION 44,
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 28
EAST. NASSAU COUNTY. FLORI-
DA, AND RUN NORTH 12
DEGREES 05" 42- EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 150.32 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 75 DEGREES 39' 33'
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 10T 20
FEET. THENCE NORTH II
DEGREES 57 50- EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 34.47 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 29' 34-
EAST. A DISTANCE OF 119.06


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FEET 1'- A FO IUCs 11/2" irC-IJ
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THE 'IE CO r ili I.IE ,O,.ITH 81,
DEC-PEES I1i' 7aT EAST DrI.,-
itrnCE OF .t. 800 FEETT"' A .,
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CREEK SAID PCI..IsT BEING PEb-
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THE EDGE OF SAID MASH-
LANDS. A DISTANCE OF +/-
21300 FEEl TO POINT X
*-FC'REI,.1ENilrED FOR IHE .'
CLOSING POINT CIOF IHIS
DESCRIPTION. .:'. i
Dair ,ir; 2- oay of Julv 201 .
S",i -li' o ,01 i.e Court
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As Deputy Clerk *"..* "
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before the scheduledaoppeor-
once is less than 7 days; If you
ore hearing or voice Impairied,
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1643

BOARD OFCOUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
LEGAL NOTICE .'
Sale of Surplus Properly
Nassau County will sell the
following surplus property avi
internet auction. The Item(s)
wil betisted at GovDedls.com
web site. -
1998 FORD. F800,.
ASPHALT DISTRIBUTOR
Interested parties may view
o description of the vehicle
and summit a bid ot'the fol-
lowing website http:/Jwww.
GovDeois.cor,. Upon access-
rng the website, enter "ndssou"
in the search box to go to
Nassau County. Florioda's listing
of surplus property. Contact
Dennis Close at 904-8453615
for more information. ,
ATTEST:
JOHN A. CRAWFORD -
EX-OFFICIO CLERK
DANIEL B. LEEPER
CHAIR
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS -
NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA
It 07-31-2013
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WEDNESDAY. JULY 31,2013 NEWS News-Leader


Teen pregnancy prevention task force seeks volunteers

HEATHERA. PERRY ages 12-18 focused on prevent- positive role model and partic- Florida the opportunity to get enrollees are offered a work- Department of Health in
News-Leader ing teen pregnancy and pre- ipate for six months, meeting personal and medically accu- shop that focuses on HIV/AIDS Nassau County has available.
venting HIV and other sexually every other week to work on rate sexual health information, and pregnancy prevention infor- We have books, videos, cur-
Loreli Rogers is determined transmitted diseases, leadership development and This service is free and anony- mation and approaches to dis- riculum and other classes that
to prevent teen pregnancy. As- Teens also are schooled in community projects," said mous. Text NEFL Teen to cussing issues related to absti- the community can borrow and
manager of the Healthy Start avoiding unwanted sex, sexual Rogers. 66746 to opt in. Health educa- nence and safe sex/condom use use with their families or com-
,Program at the Nassau County negotiation and condom use, Those community projects tors answer text questions with- with their children." munity groups," said Rogers.
Health Department, Rogers is with an emphasis on personal include walking in the Shrimp in 24 hours. Community volunteers are "They can also support the
,well aware how much is pride and self-respect Festival Pirate Parade to hand The 'Teen -Pregnancy sought to be part of the teen. 4Me Teen Leadership Council
involved: in pregnancy and child- "From each of those classes, out information about the Prevention Task Force meets program, by attending their health fair
care because her-program pro- a 4MeTeen Leadership Council BrdsNBz text line, the Healthy monthly and parents are "The community can help and by signing up for future
',yides free educational and sup- is formed and the youth do a Start Parent Day, Back to encouraged to become this program by spreading the 4Me classes."
port services for pregnant community project and earn a School event, and their main involved, word. Talk to teens and parefits For information contact
women and families with chil- stipend," explained Rogers. project of the Teen Health Fair According to the project's of teens that you know. Use the Rogers at 548-1810, ext. 5244.
dren under age 3. The 4Me Teen Leadership in the fall. website, "Fdrents of adolescent resources that the Florida iypeufonewsleader.com
The NCHD also focuses on Council meets every other Teens can earn. up to a $500
.teensand last year was award- Wednesday from 3:45 to 5 p.m. stipend for completing the six-
*ed the Teen PREP (Personal at the Department of Health in month program, added Rogers, Aus ID 9 Sal
Responsibility Education "the Nassau County and there is a parent compo-
Program) grant from the U.S. Administration Building at 30 nent that includes a meeting
Department of Health and S. Fourth St. where parents receive
Human ServicesAdministration Teens are selected from resources and get to experience AH F l fc dI m
,for Children and Families. those who have completed the some of the activities the youths ExldsBiho
SThis funding allows them to classes, based on leadership do in class. A* *I
,provide comprehensive sex skills and other criteria. The BrdsNBztextlineoffers'-
education classes to youths 'Theysignacontracttobeoa 12-to 18-year-olds in Northeast '
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N,At a Teen Leadership Council meeting, members Tyra Malama, Crissy Sayre, 'Katy
:-Eichele and Kim Thomas wrap condoms for the public to get free of charge at the.
,Nassau County Hjealth Department administration building. '
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ELIAL NOTICES


'-"IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF,
-" FLORIDA IN AND FOR
S NASSAU COUNTY
"GENERAL JURISDICTION
-ii* ;DIVISION-
r... CASE NO 45-2010-CA-
S.- 000406-AX) X-XX
I' "' ~Ui riIj,3T MCRTGAGE lT'jC .:
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tc,' .31 ,.':-E:.u JH oi,:laT
rr" prr,' 73?47 ,.6leioir, W7v
.,,.. Fulec FL32097 inic:ola.',ce
]. '.,ni', Eliopler 45.. F-lonao
-,ol.3,urlo or, Ih- 22 ad' or
r._ C lope.. 20i3.7t II 30 A1 M
or. Ihe loli..vin oeg rcriili
,. piopert ao -sIl Corlh In said
r f l JuigiTier.i. o-wi ;
*-; 0 LOl319 tiorl11 Hampton
rkiPhase 2. aCocor dlng to the Plot
igrheoi as is-corOea"i.', Plat
'.-boYr B P-Age(,) 328 3,cgh
A3i3 irrclu-%e P,7iic Raecoi'a:ol
...': l.-is,2ou Cou,'ry i Rnoc
Arn pir on r .claimnr .1,-',
,. 4,CrilC>eeil in Ine rurDlus lion, Irt-e
-,.ae i a-r.y.orIet iIar., Ihe
pircpert owner af of Inh aaote
-i., In e -a Pe.raern mu',l l ile O
L- ,lOTr wilhir 310 a',,s ae, irHm e
'.... e-
Dated this 23 day of July,2013.
"JOIINACRAWFORD .
11HCLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
HTAS Clerk cf the Court
BY/s/Amanda Steam
.',- Deputy Clerk,
MC," CALLA r RAYMER, LLC,
ATTORNEY FOR' PLAINTIFF -
225,E.,R6BINSON ST. SUITEa 6Q
ORLANDO.,FL 32801
o r: ff you are a person with a
frdisability -who needs an
.o .Cgccrmmodation In order to
,-,;access court facilities or par-
a ;lcipate In a court proceed-
,,ng, you are entitled, at no cost
s,-'fe you.-to the provision of cer-
.::, tafiassstance.To request such
r,4-n aCcommodatiohR please
C Contact Court Administration
Yc'.at least three business days
,c.:,-Dri to the required service
',.-c.Y using on of the following
M.- methods: Phone (904) 630-
.--2564 Fax -. (904) 630-1146;
'TTRD/TNEY (800) 955-8770
.(fl.orida Relay Service). E-Mail
S- crtllntrp@col. net
2t 07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013
'1644 a

N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
-o... FLORIDA IN AND FOR -
NASSAU COUNTY
..ENERAL JURISDICTION DIVI-
SION
CASE NO.
-.45-2012-CA-000607
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE. LLC,
Aitlaintolff. .
vs. '
,IREANAqiMICHELLE HIGGIN-
r.r- BOTHAM. VERNON NATHAN
L F HIGGINBOTHA,4 UNKNOWN
tenantAN T IN POSSESSION 1.
2t0-3.UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS-
SESSION 2.
Defendants.
F UR NOTICE OF
,. FL. -ORECLOSURE SALE
,.. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
., pursuarit to a Final J~dgment
-,.,of Foreclosure filed July 22,
-. 201 & entered in Civl Case No.
-.-,45-2012-CA-000607 of the
,- ,Circuit Court of the FOURTH
-,,..Judicial Orcuit in and for
a., Nassau County, Florida. the
S.CIerk of Court will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at Nassau Judicial
Annex. 76347 Veterans Way.
Yulee, FL32097 in accordance
with Chapter .45. Florida
Statutes on the 23 day'of
September, 2013at 11:30A.M.
on the following described
property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to-wit
A portion of Section 1.
Township 1 North. Range 24
East, Nassau County. Florida
ana aeing more particularly
Oescrtied as follows;
",n, Commence at the inter-


section of 'the Northerly Rilght
,of 'Way..line of- Sandy Ford
R-:.aa (a 60 fo i R .'I-,i .-,f W i,-)
,with mre Weesirli Tigr.t of Wa,
line o L, Higrmw.Il Io Ia 3 01o
200 fool Rignh or Wayv), thence
riorlir, 35. degree, 26 minruIce-
27 icconas i Eis .-or.g caia
Ws'ele-y RTignt or waiy iire
1684 1 l-l to Io lhe FPoirl ol
Begirnninrg thence .r,:0,inrue
Nrimr lr, aegrcc4 28 inrnuij;
27 :cora Eir lorg saial
6Wes:ti, r ?ighil ,1 W.,,' lire
121 0 f-e. rt-.e-ce i-i Norir, 55
agree, 42 Qmirnule; 30 *:c-
onar-s ,W;l Ci10348-1 cl TO Ia.h
E ",re.i,) igrni our Wa iir', .I
the C.S.X. Railroad (a 200 Right
l [ w 'i ir,a.ric-, 7 .:..jir,. 5..
acne- Ja'=,; Ctt milr.,,r.,; 3"' 'a.,-.
: -.aiyr~i ^31ai-ifr *aia Eiia.l=i,
Sraght Ci Wa,' Iir-e 421 0'5 l el,
heree ou.jtih oV. grae.a .12
*in rufAr 1e 0 Tseconar EaOt
10 48 ieel 1rw Ir,. Poil, 01o
Begrrinning
Iiogeher witir I.r1a cer'in-l
1988 DojIlewiae CHAP
SMobilel ;Hom'e,'". VIN#'S
SGAFU05A14048CH 'and
GAiFLIOSB140-BC'I
Ar, oe-sor, claimirng ar.
irilee;T ir., iTr ', uilus Iron't In
sle i i arn, orher thar, Ir.e
piopert)' asr', o as or I-c oie
of the Lis Pernaenr mriu;! lile a
i.'1,m wmiittl, 60 OayS matter the
sale. -
Dadea II 23 ao-i, o01 July 2013.
,JOHNA.CRAWFORD "
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT,
As Clerk of the Court:, .
S.BY'/s/Am'anda Stearr .
Deputy Clerk .
MC CALLA RAYMER, LLC.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
225 E. ROBINSON ST.SUITE 660
ORLANDO, FL 32801 :
If you.are a person with'a
'disability who needs am
accommodation In order to
access court facilities or par-.
ticlpate In a .court proceed-'
ing you are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision of cer-
fain assistance. Torequest such
an accommodation, please
contact Court Administration
at least three business days
prior to the, required service
by using on of the following
methods: Phone (904) 630-
2564; Fax (904) 630-1146;
TTD/TTY (800) 955-8770
(Florida Relay Service). EMall
crttntrp@coJ.net ,
2t07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013'
1645

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA INAND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
S DIVISION
CASE NO. 2012-CA-000061
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE. LLC,
Plaintiff. .
vs.
CYNTHIA L HICKS, UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF CYNTHIA L HICKS,
DEERFIELD ACRES PROPERTY
OWNERS ASSOCIATION. INC..
UNKNOWN.TENANT IN POS-
SSESSION #1. UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT IN POSSESSION #2.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure filed July 22,
2013. entered In CMi Case No.
2012-CA-000061 of the Circuit
Court of the FOURTH Judicial
Circuit in and for Nassau
County. Florida. the Clerk of
Court will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at
Nassau Judicial Annex. 76347
VeteransWayYuieer FL 32097 in
accordance with Chapter 45.
Florida Statutes on tie 23.day
of September. 2013 at 11:30
A.M. on the following
described property as set forth
in said Find Judgment, to-wit.
Lot 46. DEERFIELD ACRES
according to the plat. thereof
as recorded In Plat Book 5.
Pages 299 300; public
records of Nassau County,
Florida.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from the
sale. if any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the Us Pendens. must ile a
claim within 60 days after the
sale.
Dated this 23 day of July.
2013.
JOHNA.CRAWFORD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
As Clerk of the Court
BY /s/Amanda Steam
Deputy Clerk
MC CALLA RAYMER, LLC;


A TOiRr IE, F-OR PLAINTIFF
225 E R,61r<.Orl IST SiLiTE 660-
C ORLArjEC FL 32801
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1646 ..

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO
45-2012-CA-000220
DLI TyORIGAGE CAPITAL iC
'F'l .',h"l l.
vs.'
'IJUSTIN J BRADBURY MINDY,T
BRADBUR' NASSAU-RIVER
GLEN HOMEOWNERS' "ASSO--
CriATIONiriC jrII-'lJOWN TEl.Jl-,
.ANT IN POSSESSION 91
UNKflJWIr TENANT IN P05-
SESSION # .',
Defendants. '
'"NOTICE OF -
FORECLOSURE SALE, '
NOTICE IS HEREBY:GIVEN
Spursuant tp a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure fled DeceMber-
11, 2012. entered In Civil Case
No. 45-2012-CA-000220 of the
Circuit Court of the. FOURTH
Judicial Circuit in and for
Nassau County, Florida. the:
Clerk of Court will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at Nassau Judicial
Annex. 76347 Veterans Way."
Yulee, FL 32097 In accordance
with:. Chapter 45,; Florida
Statutes on the 26 day of
August, 2013 at 11:30 AM. onr
the following described prop-
erty as set forth'In said Findal
Judgment, to-wit:
Lot 126, River Glen. Phase
One, according to the plat
thereof as recorded in plat
Book 7, Page 263, of the Public
- Records of Nassau County,
Florida. .
Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus from the
sale. if any, other than the
Property owner as of the date
of the Us Penders. must file a
claim within 60 days after the
Sale. *
Dated this 23 day of July, 2013.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT
As Clerk of the Court
BY/s/Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
MC CALLA RAYMER, LLC.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF -
225 E, ROBINSON ST. SUITE 660
ORLANDO, FL 32801
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disability who needs an
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ticipate in a court proceed-
Ing. you are entited.-at no cost
to.you to the provision of cer-
tain assistance.To request such
an accommodation, please
contact Court Administration
at least three business days
prior to the required service
by using on of the following
methods: Phone (904) 630-
2564; Fax (904) 630-1146;
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2t 07-31-2913 & 08-07-2013
1647

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR NASSAU COUNTY.,
FLORIDA
CASE NO- 11 -CA-532
WATSON MORTGAGE CORP.
a Florida corporation.
Plaintiff,
v.
EVA MARIE L POOR. an unmar-
Tied woman. FLORIDA HOUS-
ING FINANCE CORPORATION;
a Florida Corporation. JOHN
DOE #1,. and UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT- IN POSSESSION JOHN
DOE #2. and UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT IN POSSESSION; IF LIVING.
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY. THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE


"-* AEBOVE EID DEFEODAUT IT
WHO 'RE I ,j:_i I JC,,WI I iC' BE
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CLAI.! "ATirTlEi'EEi.T A'SPC".i'-
ES. HEiRT DEiSEE3i ,-rAJrEES
OR .',IHE0 ?CLAiI.I",jT
Defenaorns
NI.C'.iCE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby given that,
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.luaqiT, erI oi F ":7,ecrIiu,-. i TA'III
*:cill ih'c, CiioNirg ,O1e-,:1lea
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2013. i ai 1 .10 a m. .r ir. n.-i
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veleranrs Wa, uLe- Floniaa3
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Cripple. .', I4.:IIaan.I.,ulea,
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN .
ifg ERESI IT rHE .lFLiJ: F?'C'I
THE SALE. IF ANh OiHER ITHAI
THE Proper '' OWrET 'i .:;,F
IHE DATE CF US PENDETZ MIT.I'
FILE A CLAIM WI-HIN D,. CA,;
AFTER-THESALE. ,.
W0TTiESS rr., ha,,a a.'-d oad
Sor0 r-is Cou,1 or, .uiy 24 2,i I 1
CLERK CIRcuI CCoi.irT
By /S/ Tracyv Poci.
OeiDajt/C lerk
21 07.31-201.3 & s--Ci?.2013
1650 6 .

IN IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF IHE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.. 45-2010-CA-
000666-AXXX-YX
AURORA LOAN SERVICES, LULC,
Plaintiff,. ...
vs.
VIRGINIA SIJE VOW. MRCT.
GAGE ELECTRONIC rFEGGIRA
HlOTN. SYSTEMS iNC AS NOMI-
T NEE FOR CrI MORiGAGE
COMPANY' LLC. UNKrIOWII
ENANT1 (S). JAMES S VOW. IrN
POSSESSIONS OF. THE SiUBJECI
PROPERTy.
'.Defendqpts.. : ,-.
S NOTICE-OF ,
'FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE- ISHEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to.rind Judgment of
Foreclosure dated th" 23 day
of July, 2013 and-eitered. In
Cose No. 45-2010-CA-000666-
AXXX-YX of te Cjircutt Court of
the 4TH JudicIal Circuit in and
: for Nassau County. Florida,
whereiRn.'NATIONSTAR MORT-
GAGE, LLC and is the Plaintiff
and VIRGINIASUEVYOW, MORT-
GAGE ELECIRONIC REGISTRA-
TION. SYSTI[EMS.,INC AS NOMI-
NEE -FOR- CIX MORTGAGE
COMPANY,.LLC. -UNKNOWN
TENANTS) arind-JAMES S.YOW
IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY are defendanis.The
SClerk of this Court shall sell to
the highest and-oest bidcer
for cash at the. AT THE MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
JUDICIAL ANNEX. 76347 VET-
ERANS WAY YULEE, FL 32097.
11:30 AM on the 29 day of
August. 2013. seethe follow-
ing'desorbed proqery as set
forth In said Final Judgment
.towtu - :-
-HIBIT A- .
SALLT-IHATCERTWI INPECEOR
PARCEL OF LAND L'nING AND
BEING A PORTION OF SECTION
FOUR (4). TOWNSHIP TWO (2)
NORTH. RANGE TWENTY-SEVEN
(27) EAST. NASSAU'COUNTY.
FLORIDA AND BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS --
FOR A POINT OF REFER-
ENCE. COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOT
FORTY-SIX (46). FLOOD ACRES.
UNIT ONE (1). AS SHOWN ON
PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
4 PAGE 20, PUBUC RECORDS
OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA.


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. CF WA, OF C1..PIt{jL O1,D
S(HAVING A SD(IXTY(60.0) FOOT
RIGHT OF WAY), A'DISTANCE
CF .'.,5 FEET EEED'DIqriCE
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fEET) r:, : COr ,CRETE M,:;.I,.,
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Ri-tiCE :,F 2M8P0 FEET (DEED
DIS-riCE OF 2oJ J7 FEE-T) .
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DE-.Cr C.hD, E4 'i (DEED BEARINJG
'i,,,TH Po DEGREES 3i1 Miri.
.iTES _X ,ECt j0L3 ET),A Dil.
TAlCE CF 21' '5.. FEET i:DEED
DiAI TCE ;, 2'7 37 FEET)E T,.
THE PC'i-l OF bEGr jr INHG
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iTlTEICETI IN THE IlUFLi.i:.CO THE
SALE iF rTI' OTiHEr- TI-AII rTHE
pr(OPEr(rv C-wriER 4S CF rTN
DiTfE C, U; PETBDENr MI.lii, FILE
4 CLAIT. WITH o0) D.',S AFTER
THE SALE.. .
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Dia.eo Tnc t2 a-.y or ji, 2013
JC'HN A CRAWFORD
Clerk or Irn CIc ult Coal
By /!/ ir,.::y Poore
Deputy Clerk
Submitted by:
Choice Legal Group; PA.
1800 tNW49th Street; Suite 120
Fort Lijauderadde, Florlda 33309
Telephone: (954)>453-0365
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2t 07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013
1651

IN THE COUNTY COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,.
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 45-2012-CA-
000201 .
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
. ASSOCIATION
Plaintiff.
V.
.JAMES -A. MAGUIRE; UN-
-KNOWN SPOUSE OF JAMES A.
'MAGUIRE; UNKNOWNTENANT
1; UNKNOWN TENANT 2; AND
SALL UNKNOWN PARTIESCLAIM-
ING BY THROUGH. UNDER OR
AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS. WHO OS/ARE)
. NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
AUVE. WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIM AS
HEIRS, DEVISEES. GRANTEES.
ASSIGNEES. LIENORS. CREDI-
TORS. TRUSTEES. SPOUSES. OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS; JOHN E.
RISSE A/K/A JOHN EDWARD
RISSE
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby gvn that,.
pursuant to the Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated
July 23.2013. ,n this causee. I wi
sell the property situated in
NASSAU County, Florida.
descnbed as
ALL THAT CERTAIN TRACT
OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE.
LYING AND BEING IN NASSAU
COUNTY FLORIDA. BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIB-
ED AS FOLLOWS
LOT 45. HOLLY POINT UNIT 4,
UNRECORDED
PART OF SECTION 36. TOWN-
SHIP 2 NORTH. RANGE 27 EAST
AND SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH. RANGE 28 EAST, NAS-


:'.AlJ COUNTY ,FLORID
DE.CPRibED 41 FOLL,-WS
CO',I.1MEN'CE ,%T iHE r TDRIH.
WE3' CCtIMER-'CF .ECiCiO idS
JiCHriiCHRI'tlSIOPHErP & AfIJI,
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE 28
ESTr iHENICE ".,.ii'H 22
DEGRQEES 15 ItJ..li,.,iES c".
2A74 94, FEET ilHErCE CI.0.H
.56t IC '-rIEE' 3!, .lin.iTE: CJ
:.EC..C',rErs EAST ItlSA C FEEi
THEiCE JCi'TH t,3 D',.EGREE .
42 T.Tr lUTE .:4 .*,EC IC. C,. E ,"4 i
'0,3 FEET 1 THE E,-TEFL.'
RIiGHT .:,F WA,' uIIE O'F lCL.
F C,'i cI Di;- .E E z'Ti ( .TjFC:.,'T
RIGHT F' W".,,. THEjICI:E
ALONG THE EtA iERL.' i'l.'-Hi
OF WA, ulE ,'.-F :-I.D H:,.LL.'
POINT l.rI E': :'
SLOWS:: ". '4 E0 .'r F :.':-
M IN UTE : .,' C.I DO .'E-..
i. 5o FEET .'.,.iH 5 DEC-PEE'.
I.11, Li.TE. 2C.u ,OCT'I DC'; E : !
It10 7J FEET ,;.,iH CE,:OEE"
221.,.1!tIiTES 3 ;ECCT ID .L.F-
1004; FEEl ;"CUiH .5
EEI-REE7 2' .Iri.T,1E. 20 ; EC.
,I jD 'A i"' ',.,- J FEET ;,:,iC rH
16 DEGPEE'S7, 7.lIlli.iTE' JO
EC':-NC!DVWE' Mi 's YFEEiiT,
iHE .,:1-iTrH*E, EFIRL. Ii'.Hi "',F
.wA LIl ijE OF HC'LL' P.-ir i.
SDRIVE SOUTH (AA A60 .F.-I
.t ;HTCf W-,)i THErICE "'.DIATrH -
21 DEC-RPEE' 0 Milli.TE.: 20
.SECC'IC. E7Ci .i,0 FEET iC: rHE
". UTHE" ;TERL,' P|MH1 CF W.AY
L UiE OF ',AID HOLLV P0110i
DTr'.'.,E ,IH THENCE SCi'TH
68 DEGREES 55f MI'juTEl. ,JO
SECCN'IDS WEST ALOrjG THE
SaDS,.liTHEASTrErL, RIGHT C:F
WYL UINE OCF 'ArD HCuLL, Pi"1 IT
DI:IJE C'iJTH A81 74 FEET 1
IHE EAIERI', RIGHT 'CF WA,
UTiE OF CEDAR LI4NE (A o0
FCR-OT 01IHTIOF WA) THE14C.E
SOJTH M DEC-iRES i4 I.i.li.liTE;
IrJ SECONDS WEST, 62 FEET T:C
THE WETErL, RIGHT -.'F W.,
LINE OF SAID CEDAR LANE:
THENCE NPRTHT 89 DEGREES
16 MINUTES 50 SECONDS WEST .
ALONG THE SAID SOUTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY ULINE OF HOLLY
POINT DRIVE SOUTH, 585 FEET
TOTHE EASMTERLY RIGHT OFWAY
L UNE OF DUCK LAKE DRIVE (A
60 FOOT RIGHT OF WAY);,
THENCE ALONG THE EASTERlY
ANDSOUTHERLY RIGHT'OF WAY,
SUE.OF SAID DUCK LAKE DRIVE
THE FOLLOWING CbURSES:
SOUTH 11,DEGREES23 MINUTES
10 SECONDSWEST, 449.44 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 59 DEGREES 33'
MINUTES LO SECONDS WEST.
460:92 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 85
DEGREES 05 MINUTES 40 SEC-
ONDSWEST 328.6 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 68 DEGREES 59 MINUTES'
.45 SECONDS WEST, 207.5 FEET;'
THENCE NORTH 86 DEGREES,`
03 MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST,
424.07 FEET; THENCE NORTH 31
DEGREES 03 MINUTES 36 SEC-
ONDS WEST 365.85 FEET TO THE
INTERSECTION OF THE SOUTH-
WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY UNE
OF SAID DUCK LAKE DRIVE
SOUTH WITH THE SOUTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY UNE OF PALM'
CIRCLE SOUTH. (A 60 FOOT.
RIGHT OF WAY); AND THE
POINT OF REFERENCE. FROM
THE POINT OF REFERENCE RUN
THE FOLLOWING COURSES
ALONG THE WESTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY ULINE OF DUCK LAKE
DRIVE SOUTH, NORTH 31
DEGREES 03 MINUTES 36 SEC-
ONDS WEST, 73.57 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 0O DEGREES 40 MIN-
UTES 02 SECONDS WEST-211.1
FEET; THENCE NORTH 25
DEGREES 30 MINUTES 02 SEC-
ONDS EASE 477.6 FEET- THENCE
SOUTH 75 DEGREES 12 MINUTES
02 SECONDS WEST ALONG THE
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY UNE
SOF PALM CIRCLE NORTH (A 60
FOOT. RIGHT OF WAY). 282.20
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE CONTINUE
SOUTH 75 DEGREES 12 MINUTES
02 SECONDS WEST ALONG
SAID PALM CIRCLE NORTH,
232.20 FEET TO THE POINT OF
CURVATURE OF A CURVE CON-
CAVE SOUTHEAST AND HAV-
- ING A RADIUS OF 98.73 FEET;
THENCE AROUND SAID CURVE
AN ARC DISTANCE OF 59.3
* FEET TO THE POINT OF TAN-
GENCY THEREOF; THENCE
SOUTH 60 DEGREES 01 MINUTES
58 SECONDS EAST, 209.9 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 25 DEGREES
30 MINUTES 02 SECONDS EAST.
200 FEET, THENCE NORTH-
WESTERLY 17.8 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CER-
TAIN DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS
2001 NOUBILTY KINGSWOOD
WITH [)D NB-10082A TITLE NO.


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THE REL PPOPERr, HEr, Eil
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2013, at elevern thirty o'clock
a.m.; at the Nassau County
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* IN THE CIRCUIT CObURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND. FOR NASSAUgy,
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
S, GENERAL JURISDICTION
dh .eDIVISION
Case No.: 2013CA-000217
' Bdeutsche B:hkTrust Comparry
Americas, as trustee for Dover
Mortgage Capital Corpoa-.
.tion' Grantor Trust Certificate
Series 2004-AO ".
.Ptaintrff,
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TOWS, I4NRH NE2
Judy A. Longley a/Ok/a Judy
Langley;' Un known Spouse of
Judy A, Langley a/k/a Judy
Langley; Jerry N. Langley;
UnLnown Tenant #; Unknown
ler,or,ir 12 .

NOTICE OF ACTION -
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: Jerry N. Langley -
Last known Address: 29243
Pigeon Creekl Hllladrd, FL 32046
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following
property:
SA PORTION OF THE SAMUEL
CLARK AND GEORGE S;
BROWN CLAIM, SECTION 41,
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH. RANGE 24
EAST, AND A PORTION OF
GOVERNMENT LOT 4 SECTION
7.TOWNSHIP4 NORTH, RANGE'
24 EAST, .NASSAU COUNTY.
FLORIDA BEING MORE PARTIC-
ULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS: .
'COMMENCE ATTHE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF SECTION 7.
TOWNSHIP4 NORTH, RANGE 24
EAST; THENCE NORTH 07
DEGREES 52' 02- EAST. LONG
THE EAST UNE OF SAID SECTION
41,1778.86 FEET TOTHE INTER-
SECTION OF THE EAST UNE OF
SECTION 41 WITH THE WESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY UNE OF PIGEON
CREEK ROAD(A 40.00 FOOT
GRADED ROAD) AND THE
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE.
SOUTH 23 DEGREES 36' 11-
WEST, ALONG SAID WESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY UNE OF PIGEON
CREEK ROAD. 228.22 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 45 DEGREES
45' 28' WEST, 366.20 FEET TO THE
EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF LAKE
HAMPTON ESTATES. AS
RECORDED TN PLAT BOOK 5.
PAGES 336 AND 337 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY; THENCE NORTH 04
DEGREES 41G 43- WEST, ALONG
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY.
512.18 FEET; THENCE DUE EAST,
.6.89 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 45
DEGREES 45" 28' EAST 618.91
FEET TO THE WESTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY UNE OF AFORESAID
PIGEON CREEK ROAD; THENCE
SOUTH 23 DEGREES 36' 11"
WEST, ALONG SAID WESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY UNE. 136.43 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH A 2001
FLEETWOOD DOUBLE-WIDE
MOBILE HOME, VIN NUMBERS
GAFL13518065HH21 AND
GAFL135B18065HH21.
has been filed against you
and you are required to serve
a copy of your written aefen-
se, if any, to it on Kelly M.


SWilliams. EsiquiroBtohK& Scott,
PLC.. the Plaintiff's .a,.:,rr.,,
whose address. is I-."i N iW
49th Street; Suit0 200, FT.
Lguderaale. 33309,. on or
before September 7,2013, and
file.the original with the Clerk
0I ti-ii C c-..ii ;in,, L-o i o16 i
iC : or, Pl.3ir.i T an O rTor' o '
i.T.m aoifiali, ir.ea.ifoir ';-in.
erwise ,a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
Splaint or.petition.
DATED on July 256 2013.-
John.Crawford
As'Clerk of the Court ,
/s/,Megan SSawyer .
As Deputy Clerk '
'.2t.07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013 3
." P'7'. ^"'- "
'i N THE CIRCUIT COURI OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
.IN AND FOR NASSAU
.COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
S CASE NO.:
45-2011-CA-000399-
IDIVISION: A "
BANK OF AMERICA,' N.A..-AS
. SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
BAC HOME LOANS SERVIC-
ING. LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS SERVICING LI?'
Plaintiff, "
vs.
ANDREW D. KELMERS, et atl'
Defendantss.
-NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURESALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Juagment
of Mortgage Foreclosure'-
dated July 19, 2013 and
Entered in Case No. 45-2011-
.:CA-0.399 of. the Circuit Court
of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit '
Sin and for NASSAU County.
Florida wherein, BANK OF'
AMERICA., NA;AS SUCCESSOR
BY MERGER TO BAC HOME
LOANS SERVICING. :LP FKA
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS
SERVICING LRis the Plaintiff ind
ANDREW D. KELMERS; BAR- .
BARAWKELMERS; MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRiATION
SYSTEMS INCORPORATED AS.
NOMINEE FOR CITIMORT-
GAGE. INC.; AMELIA WOODS
BEACH AND RACQUET CLUB
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIA-
TION, INC.; are the'
Defendants. The, Clerk of the
Court will sell to the.highest
and best bidder for cash at
NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX,
76347 VETERAN'S WAY YULEE.
FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the
29th day of August,2013, fthe
following described property
as set forth In .said Final.
Judgment '
APARTMENT 102 BUILDING
8 OF.AMELIA WOODS BEACH
AND RACQUET CLUB, PHASE 1.
A CONDOMINIUM. ACCORD-
ING TO THE DECLARATION
THEREOF RECORDED IN OFFI-
CIAL RECORDS BOOK 240,
PAGE 639 OF THE PUBUC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN:
TY, FLORIDA. AS AMENDED BY
INSTRUMENT FILED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 256. PAGE 41,
AND SUBSEQUENTLY AMEND-
ED BY INSTRUMENT IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 257, PAGE
143, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
TOGETHER WITH AN UNDI-
VIDED INTEREST IN THE COM-
MON ELEMENTS APPURTENANT
THERETO AS SET FORTH IN SAID
DECLARATION
A/K/A 2700-MIZELL AVENUE
UNIT 80?, FERNANDINA BEACH,
FL 32034
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from the
sale, ift any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the Ls Pendens must file a
cla;m within sixty (60) days
after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND ana the
seal of lhis Court on July 24.
2013.
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By /s/ Trocy Poore
Deputy Clerk
SSee Americans with
Desabilties Act
If you are a person with a dis-
al lity who needs any accom-
modatron in order to partici-
pate In this Ooceeding. you
are entifled. at no cost to you. ,
to the provision of certain asss-
tance please contact the cr-
cual court at (904) 321-5709.
2t 07-31-2013 &
08-07-2013
1654
LEGAL NOTICES CONTINUED
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LEGAL NOTICES


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
The South Amelia Island
Shore Stabilzafion Associafion.
Inc. will hold a Board of
Trustees' Meeting on
Wednesday. August 14, 2013
at 3:00 p.m. in the Osprey
Room. Racquet Park. Amelia
Island Plantation, Amelia
Island. RFlorida. Persons with dis-
abilities requiring 'accommo-
dationsin order to participate
in this program or activity
should call 904-432-1723 at
least 24 hours in advance to
request such accommoda-
tion.
2t.07-31-2013 8& 08-07-2013
1639

NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned Intends
to sell the personal property
described below at pJbfLc sale
by competitive bidding on
Friday, th" 2nd day of August,
2013 arTlO0 dm onthe prem-
ises where said property has
been stored and which are
located at Bridgevlew Self
Storage, 474431 East State
Road 200, Fiiandina Beach.
FL 32034 Nassau County the
following:
Carol NIpper 3032 :
Purchases m.st be paid fI&
at the time of purchase by
cash only.-A clearing deposit
will be taken.
Dated this 07/24/2013 and
07/31/2013.
2f 07-24-31.2013 '
1622 .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
S FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
S; IN AND FOR NASSAU
.' COUNTY FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER.
S. 45-2013-DP- I I
IN THE INTEREST OF
YO DOB. 03/18/1997
A MINOR CHILD
S, SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF
ACTION BY PUBLICATION
FCOR TERMINATION OF
: PARENTAL RIGHTS
THE STAIE OF FLORIDA
TO
LuLis Colon
Address unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
i, al a Petiorn has been filed in
tre above-tylea Court oy Ife
SIAiE OF FLORIDA DEPART-
MENI OF CHILDREN AND FAM
i[JES for ler6Trdraon ol parental
l:' ghts ana perT.onent .corn.
pirtnent for ;ubIxequnl odop-
Son 1 t the above named
rri ale child Y.O. born on
S March 18, 1997 InAibonlto,
aJirio Rico You are hereby
commanded 79 appear
before the Honorable Circut
Judge Robert M Foster at the
,assaou Court, Judicial Amen.
t drd FlooI Courtoorrm A: 76347
veterans Wao. Yulee. Floriac
: 2097 at tne hour 01I 00 PfA
'dock or. Friday September
(, 2013 You mTus- appear r1
h Ie rearing on lhe dale, ana
I h-ie specified
/OUR FAILURE TO PERS'3lj-
I+'.ALL/ APPEAR PFOR THIS ADvI.
OR, HEARING COr-ilnuTES
COT ISE I1 O IOHE iEiM'NAilOT.
Q PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THESE
HILDrREN IF /Ou FAIL 1TO
APPEAR ON IHE DATE AND
.ME SPECIFIED FOU l.tA, LO:E
AILL LEGAL E'IHIS IC' THE CHiL-
TRET NAMED IN IHE PrETnii-,14
I Pursuianl 10 EeCnOr,5,
Q 804(d)(.,) and,63 082(.)(g)
*' '* the Fionaa Slatute: (2012)
rou ao rererbq inloirried of
i ne ovailaboilUty of private
.lacemrent with or. aodoplocr.
entire as aeiinea In Sectinor.
b)3 032(3) ol he Filonri-ac
S_ Salute< (2012)
,a, l.5l'..j3i' ur ir. a t c-lie.I:
eedlng a', reqsonab.le
1 g ccorrrrmodarlor. to parllcl-
Pa, r le ir, Itr.is proceeding could
tont.r in me ADA CooriinaTor
s son as pcdsible leleipnorie
S (904) 548-400 or it hearing or
toilce rripaiied call 711
W'IT'.' WTNESS rr.y hard as clerk
Ofl said Counr and nthe Seal
hereot I2l: 26th dao or Jun-e
,E013. .. '" "
john Crailord
Cs Clerk of Said Court
y: /s/ Michae) E, Freeman
Deputy'Clerk ..
S.Ann Hendricks; Esquire
tenlbr Attorney/Children'm
Legal Services'
l orlda Bar No.: 0834394
TAIE OF FLORIDA
PEPARFMENT OF CHILDREN
\ND FAMILIES
"63686 State Road 200 Suite :
Syulee, FL 32097
41 07-10-17.24-31-2013
1580
IBO .

S[NOTICE OF APPULCATON
'*FORTAXDEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
S SC3LLC BANKUNITED
.TRUSTEE
SThe holder of the following
ertliate(s) has fied said cer-
ifcate(s) for a tax deed to be
sed thtereon. The certificate
lumber(s) and year .oi
.icince, the descraptionrof tie
property. and the name(s) ir
Which it is assessed .are as fol
Iows:
lile Number: 2013-020-TD
Rertlficate Number: 3096
parcell Numbnr: -
[ 3 OMD-0030
Year of issuance: 2011
Description of Property 8-2t
'F LOTS 81 & 82 A/K/ABLK C
LOT 3 IN .OR 820/7 AMELIA
ACRES UNRSUBpT OF SEC 4 PE
Ftsesed To:
IUPIAUCE'FENDERIVEY
AI of the above property I:
cafed in Nassau County, Ir
he State of Rorida.
Uness such certifcate(s
atil be redeemed according
o law, the property desatbec
such certificate or certifi-
hates will be sold to the
highest Bidder at 'the MAlr
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAL
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
rj347 VETERANS WAY. YULEE
L on the 13th day of August,
&013. between the hours ol
S1:00 arrn and 2:00 p.m. The
erkof Court's Office Policy I)
-O hold the sale at 11:30 a.rn.
iOHN A. CRAWFORD
NASSAU COUNTY
tOLERK OF COURT
'-HODA GOODWIN.
'DEPUTY CLERK
.you ore a person with dis
w needs any ocom
Ltyodalion in'order to partic-
Jen this proceeding. yor.
ni'led, ai no cost to you
the provisan of certain ases
e. 'Please contact the
Coordinator at(904) 548
press 0, at least 7 day,


before your scheduled cau
appearance, or immediately
spon receiving this notifico
on if the time before the
'eduled appearance is less
lhan 7 days; if you are hearing
)5r voice impaired, call 711.
107-10-17-24-31-2013
-587

r NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
(IOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN thaf
W9ITAG CAZ CREtK FL LLC
t holder of the following
'rticate(s) has tiled sad cer
ificate(s) for a tax deed to be
sued thereon.The certificate
(s) and year oi
the description of the
property and the name(s) ir
r


which it is assessed are as fol-
lows:
rile Number 2013-021-TD
Certificate Number. 3573
Parcel Number
00-00-31-1681-0009-0000
Year of Issuance: 2011
Description of Property
LOT 9 IN OR 1001/785
SEAVIEW.SUB #2 PB 5/26
Assessed To:
JAY DEE SCOTT. JAY DEE SCOTT
All of the above property is
located in Nassau County, in
the State of Florida.
Unless such certificates)
shall be redeemed according
to law, the property described
in such certificate or certifi-
cates will be 'sold to the
Highest Bidder at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
S COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX,
76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE,
FL on the 20th day of August
2013. between the hours of
11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The
SCierkofCourt'sOffice Policyis
s toholddthesaleatI 11:30.a.m.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
NASSAU COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
. CHERYLSAUON., ..
DEPUTY CLERK
'If.you are a person with dis-
: abiltywhoa needs crny accom-
modation In order to partici-
Spate in.this proceeding, you
,are e ftitled, t no costto you,
to the provision of certain asis-
tance. Please contact the
ADA Coordirnator at (904) 548-
'- 4600 press 0 at least 7 days
Before 'yctur chedulead-court
appearance, or immedilately
upon receiving this rnorifica.
Slion if the Time before the
scheduled appearance Is less
than 7 days it you are nearing
o' r voice irrpalied call 711
4t07-17-14-31 &08(-07-2013
'.1698 ,

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE 6S HEREBy' GIvEN inoar
CATAULINA TAX CO LLC US
BANK
The' older of the roiioesng
cerli(;cae(s) has rilea .cid cer-
ticaole(') toi a tax deed to De
is-ued thereor.The certificate
numbers) ar.a year ol
issaree the description ot T-e
popertv ana the rnarrie(s) in
which isr 15 a e.--, areas fol-
lows.
Rle Number 2013-022-TD
CertificaTle Numrber 3135
Pciel c Nurnber. 000--30-01T '
0001-00.50
i Year of Lsuarnce" 2011'
Dercnipron orPioperry BLOCK
r I LOIS67&8 iN OR482/687&
OR 587/112'88 AMERICAN
S BEACH3UNiHi I PB3/19
As..sjsd To'
* ALEXANDER J HICKSONI
7 All or Ihe above property i:
)' located In lassou Counry In
Ithe Slate of oricaa
Uner.s .-uch certificaoe(s)
-:,all be reaeemeid accordrng
S10 Iar. thNe propefl' decpoDed
in :uch cerrifcale or cerrim..
:caTe will be old io t10 he
a Hirneil Biaaer at the MMAIN
5' ENiRAINCE OF THE NASSAU
COuITY JUDICIAL ANNEX
7634' vETERANS WA/ IJULEE
FL on ithe 201t day of August
2013 between The rour. Cio
I1 00 a rr and 2 00 p rri The
Clerk oi Coun rt Oifice PoIwz, i
I ,hold ti- sale o a 11 30 a rr,
JOHN A CRAWF.0rC
I'JASAu COuN,,
CLERK OF COURT
S CHER ,'L SAUL.IO
DEPUTY CLERK
nm u are a pe.osn imth, d5 .
oDii 'Arc. nenA-a: Or-r ac ysrn,
3 'Taacaihon Ir, order r p.nirtlcl-
pate In itt',, 3 .ceedirng you
or@ .=rrII-_ *3 .31 r,T. ,:o:.- h0 p : ,u
o Ir-,e pr.-slion c. .: -'alir. cisl-
lrance Plea'e cartoac the
3 ADA Coordinaror am (90J) 548.
4600 ples 0 aT leasl a3
before y ur Echeauled coUm
appearance Ol ir.mer'ilately'
upor, r.ceivirng tris r.orifica.
K tliorn i the time Delore Ine
:-crieauiea appearance Is less
t-ar, r7 clap, i you are hearing
Sor voiCe impaired col 711
4t 07.i7.24-1.1 & 08-07-2013
1599 +; . ,.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT4TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
s : INAND FOR
NASSAUCOUNTY; FLORIDA
CASE 'NO.: 2009-CA-000I40
r IIATIONALCITYMORTGAGEA
I DIVISION OF NATIONAL CITY
' BANK .. "
PlaIdntiff,
S,. VS .
ROBERT J. DOWULNG,et d.;
Defendants-
AMENDED IfOTICE OF SALE
S NOTICE'lIS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant t6 a Summary nal
S-Judgment of Foreclosure
dated July 1ist, 2013-,entered
In Case No. 2009-CA-000140 in
theJ Circuit Court of the 4th
Judicial Circuit 'In and for
* Nassau County, Florida, where-
S in NATIONAL CTY MORTGAGE
f ADIVISIONOFNATIONALCITY
" BANK Is the plaintiff, arid
1 ROBERT J: DOWLING Is the
- deTenddnt/to the highest bid-
der at the Judicial Annex
located-at 76347 Veteran's
Way Yudee. FL 32097 on Oct
1,;2013 at 11:30 am., the fol-
lowing dbstcribed property sit-
uated in Nassau County, as set
6 fortiin sad Final Judgment of
Foreclosure, to wit:
, All that certain tract or par-
c cel of land situate, lying and
being In Nalssu County.
Rorida, being more particu-
larly described as follows:
s A part of Tract'A" as shown
on the plat of Piney Island as
recorded In Rat Book 4 at
) Pages 63 and 64 of the Public
I Records of Nassau County,
i F orida and more particularly
described as follows:
S ".Commence at the inter-
section of the centerline of
Piney Islanld Drive wlth the cen-
terline of Piney Island Court
South; then North 74 Degrees
46' 9West along the sdd cen-
f terline of Piney Island Court
e South and the Northwesterly
i Prolongation. eight hundred
fifth (850) feet to its intersection
i with the Westerly right of way
line of sdd Plney Island Court
South. sdd point being in a
curve concave Southeasterly
and havrig a radius of fifty (50)
feet and the paint of begin-'
* ring;
Thence continue North 74
Degees 46"9Westhr'ee en-
dred twenty (320) feet more
or less to its intersection with
e the westerly line of sdd tract
"A" sad westerly ine being a
three and forty hundredths


1t (3.40) contour line; thence
Snortherly along he saidd west-
erty ien of Tract"A'. three hun-.
i dred'-xty-five (365) feet more
s or less: thence South 35
g Degrees 42"38'East. four hun-
dred eighty-five (485) feet
more or less to its intersection
with the said westerly right of
way lien of Piney Island Court
South, said point being in a
Curve, said curve being con-
t cave southeasterly and hav-
ing a radius of fifty (50) feet
I thence Southwesterly along
S and around said curve, being
S also the said Westerly right of
9 way lien of Piney Island Court
f South. sixty-two and forty-five
a hundredths (62.45) feet to the
I point of beginning


A/K/A: Lot 20 of Unrecorded IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE RFCATION F THE TIME BEFORE
Plat FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL THE SCHEDULEDAPPEARANCE
Parcel LD. Number. Lot 20 BE FOREVER BARRED. IS LESS THAN 7 DAYS: IF YOU
Umpldn Lane. Femrnandina NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME ARE HEARING OR VOICE
Beach, Rorida 32036 PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY IMPAIRED. CALL 711.
If you are a person with a CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS IHEREBYCERTFYthata nJe
disability who needs any OR MORE AFTER THE DECE- and correct copy of the fore-
accommodation In order to DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS going Notice was maled to
participate n Ins proceeding, BARRED. the following mrng ist
you are entitled at no cost to The date of first publication CLERK: JOHN A. CRAWFORD
you to the provision of certfn. of this notice is July 24th 2013. /s/rAmanda Steam
assistance. Please contact the EMILY KERNS DILLOW By: Deputy of Court
ADA Coordinator at Rorida Bar No. 0035977 MARINOSCI LAW GROUP RC.
colewis@nassauclerkcom or Attorney for Petitioner Attorney for Plintiff
(904) 548-4909 at least 7 days Donahoo & McMenamy PA. 100 WEST CYPRESS CREEK
before your scheduled court 245 Riverside Avenue. Suite 450 ROAD. SUITE 1045
appearance. or immediately Jacksornvle. Florida 32202 FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33060
upon receiving this notifica- Telephone 904-354-8080 Telephone: (954)644-8704;
tion if the time before the STEPHANIE L JESSEE Fax (954) 772-9601
scheduled appearance is less Personal Representative ServiceFL@rnlg-defauitaw.
than 7 days; if you are hearing 152905 CR 108 corn
or voice impaired, cal71 1. Yulee, FL 32097 ServiceFL2@mlg-defauffitaw.
DATED THIS 11 DAY OF JULY 2t 07-24-31-2013 com"
2013. 1619 BARBARA A. JENNINGS AKA
JOHN A. CRAWFORD ---. BARBARA
CLERK OF COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 11411 BUCKHEAD TR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA BRYCEVILLE. FL 32009
By:./S/Amanda Steam PROBATE DIVISION BUCKHEAD PROPERTY
Deputy Clerk FILE NO.: 13-CP-159 OWNERS ASSOCIATION. INC.
2t 07-24-312013 DIVISION: A C/O MICHAEL H. STOKES
1610 .. IN RE: ESTATE OF ELIZABETH P- 18500MACCLENNYRD
H--- )EDGECOCK MAXVILLE, FL 32234
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Deceased. UNKNOWN TENANT I 1 IN
S FORTAXDEED NOTICETO CREDITORS POSSESSIONOFTHE PROPERTY-
SNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that. The administration of the N/K/A NICK FREEMAN
CATAUNA TAX CO LLC US estate of ELIZABETH R HEDGE- 11411 BUCKHEADTR
BANK P OCK deceased, File Number' BRYCEVILLE, FL 32009
: The holder of the following 13-CP-159, is pending i -the UNKNOWN TENANT # 2 IN
cerifcate(s)hasfl edsaidcer-- 'Circufit' Court for Nassau POSSESSION OFTHE PROPERTY
,. tificate(s) for a tas deed to be County. Florida, Probate N/K/A MERINDA SCOTT
ssuedthereon.The certificate Division, the address of which 11411 BUCKHEADJR
numbersr() and. year of is Nss:sauCountyCourthouse, BRYCEVILLE, FL32009
Issuance, the description of the 76347 Veterans'Way, Suite 456, UNKNOWNTENANT
property, and the names) in YuiJee;Risdda32097.Thenarr 11411 BUCKIIEADTR
w.nihIt is assessed ore as fol- and addresses of the person- BRYCEVILLE, FL'32009
lows: representative and the per- 2t 07-31-2013,& 08-07-201'3'
File Number: 2013-023-TD, sonal representative's attor- 1625 *
Certfifcate Number 3712' .neyaresetfbrth'below. ---- ..
Parcel unrmber ALL CREDITORS ARE NOT!- NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
00-00-31-1800-0193.0030. IED THAT: PERSOINAL PROPERTY CON-
Yea oft =Joance 2011 ." '. All creditors of the dece- SISTING'OF MISCELLANEOUS
descriptionn of Puoperty: BLOCK dent and other persQns having ITEMS WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH
193 LOT3INOR 1654/1891 CITY claims or demands qgalnst AT PUBLIC SALE ON Friday,
Q OF'FDNABEACH decedents estate on whom a august 16.2013at 10.00 ari: at
Assessed To- EARL S NAGLE F/ copy of this notice is served -re aaarei- below is &aiztfy
,* Al(oft1'eanooepropertyi; must fie their cldmrs withthis ownerr; linr, due irn accord.
located In Nassau County, in Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 'dance wrir, nionaa latruc-
the State of RFlorida THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE 83.801--83 809
S Unless such certificatess' OFFIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Name'
.shc be redeemed according NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER Elishd J.Chavis (Native
Stolaw Ire property alccnried THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A mrr.krcan Lanrdcaping)
", in sucr, certificate or errifr.. COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON4 ".Ir.I1P 189
cables will be o.ia o ir.e THEM. '' FurmanClark-"
Highest Bidder at the MAIN Al oter creca,-fr'. or s-,. Unit# 106/107 '
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU. decedent and persons ha- FIRST COAST MOVING
COUNT,' JUDICIAL ANNEX Ing cla Irnor deTaond:; agair & STORAGE COMPANY *
S76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, ihe .-eced.lnl : eriae rru.l 3.J2SCES&NA LAIjE
FLpi-ithe,27thdr-avolAugu-I f.lethteir cll.T,; th INi; Counr FEIr[lIA4DII..BEACH FL3203J-
2013. between Ire hours or WITHIN rHIrEE MrONTH AFTER P0 BOX c.002
11"00am and 200pm Ithe THE DAIE OF Fr Clerkot Court'sOffice Policy i.- IiaIOFTHISINOCE 32035-6062r, *
Io hold t,e sdle a 11 I 30 a rr ALLCL4IT,T.AN1DDEIAANIDl WE .RESERVE THE RIGHT TO
JOHN A CRAWFORD INOT 50 FILED WILL BE Fr;EV. '. EF1 .1E Al, vlAiD ALL BIDS
NAPSAUCOUNT'/Y ERBARI.ED '10;-31.20'3 & 08"7.2013
CLERK 9F COURT The date of first Publication of- '1649 . -
RHODA' G_,ODWIIj this Notice is July,24th, 2013. .- .:
S'DEPUTY CLERK A tcmen, for Per:or,on IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Sif'ouareaperson.itlhdis: Repeserl.aise 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
SaollIrryf wno need any accorr KAT-HR7H11 KNEE Etrre -IN ANDFOR-; *
mToddtc.r, In order to poarici- Flon.oa Ear 'o 8b 49571 NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
Spate In tM'. procc..ing y:u KATHRVN KIEE PIA CIVIL DIVISION
are enhiled at r.ocoreTo,'ioj 102' Sou8 ,I1'STre-lc CASE NO
Slo rheprolcuonor cenan a=. Ferr-randira Bao.ri FL 320'd 452010CA361
tance Please contact TI-he (90) 491.1781 IJEuFE HOAE1.0ELC'`3 ADI',I-
ADA Coorainoior at (904) 548- Perc-orai iepr-..riar.- ;i,',I J OF MEITLIFE 8AINK'P'.. t
41600 pr0ss 0 at lead 7 day: EuZABEIH AItIE H OWSLE '. Pior..ifi
t-ercue 5iWr rchedried cour T.IAWTIHA JAnE HED-bC&::K Vs.
oppeararce or I-rmediarielf 9508.1 'rci L Lorn 1..IN D WIL1IJ,, COtf,lP.Lf.
upon recel/ing mI1 rcnlfica. Ferr3ar.aira 8.acn FL S3204 tEIii. fEDEP--L ifIL'uI'Si bENJK
tihc.r, n ITn rime Cet ie 2t07-24-3142013 T. H LO rie :.,r' ."ClATiC.TA'F,
scneiauIed app.oeararnce s, e 161.5 is..... ' NASSAUCOUNTY ,INC.; SHIRLEY
,tha.n7iC V, IIf Ou are anrrr.g ... 1 --.---. ... G. WILSON; UNKNOWN TEN-.
:or ,oice imrpaired call 711i N THE CIRCUITCOURT ANT(S>); INPOSESSIONOFTHE
.1 07-.31-.iO3& . FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUITIN s9J6JECTr 1 ,71'?Ei'rT.'
S,-07- d.2013 AND FOR NASSAU ED-eler,.onr:
1613'' : r COUNTY. FLORIDA RE-IhOiCE .: F
------ "CASE NO. 2012-CC-337 F':rPECL:;JPFE S-LE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION DIVISION I,:.IIE I" HE ,,'-IS .;. Ef'I
FOR TAX DEED L.C'FOi J P.OI4TE HC'-IAECOWH1 uru.,I T Ioar. Ora-r 'Paetirg
NOTICE IS HEREf', GIVEN taT ER TShaC'CItTIC'i IPnC FcreGl.d:urc Soil ,3cled Ihe -
MTAG CA2 CPEEK FL LLC Plairnlnr ,. loin da, of Jul 2'0i% ora
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titficale(;', for a.a. deea lo iI:.& 'J,,,. i -Q iLE c un of the 11H JuiH :io,"
Z.u.'E ll'r..,l :'., ir..',.:,nrllh 1.a 'i-r-l-.. ri C,.:..' in ana i.r li].S.j'
ruiTberIC) arnd vear f 'AMENDED NOTICE OF :. ,:'jr, l, Ficda niereir.
lxuar.ce .tascriplionofotrne 1 FORECLOSIIPRE SALE I.EIUfE Ht.lE t LOT:S A DIl.'i.
property arnd rme rrre(:) Ir, NOriCE S HEiSEB. :Gi,'EN i":, ICF t..ITUFE SIJK N A c
.rNcnr i: au,,wX-d are. cL iol.' pur.uiar.i o o Surrn.irilr, d rr, Piairlaria L .'.:.uJiD JWiL-
lOws .Iu.clgrrer l o F.:,recl,'ure .,' C.1r.lP IP-" B IK FEDER.
SFlle tijurr.e-r 2DI3-024 I er,|lered rerer. I',I '.ll & if l ',H AL IRiU. I BE'i '. THE COLCOltJ','
: Cemiice Nunmoer 118 I highe! anr-.S beI bida.-r ior A.'TC,,iiHiCr rO Js3S.U
Parcel Junroer ci.r. orn rh-. ir :,rt erinarce-oi CO',lJTr iC iq Jl.4-HOWIIEli.
S'08-1i-23-0000-0001-043020 i Ire JuOlclal r,r,.e> co34' .-JiTC., .T,.SSHiULE','G WIL-7>rjI
.Vear o Ljoance 2:'0i I '%lerar.u, Waj. ul -lorida IaII P-iE&iCfi]Oi'FTnHE yjBJrECI
Description of Property: PT'OF ar 11 0 ar, or. a-Ire. IJrm daa,' Pii',PEP' ,-e l-,-cjo.rs, Trhe
S1/2 OF NE1/4 OF NE 1/4 IN of Auaui 2013 I,- loiIv'.r...' Clerk f, 1t,,: Coun2 :-ao 1l (:e,
:. OR.1276/1240 decribed prc'perrtv a :.I font in"h r.ilna7i an,- bi1 bidder
*, Assessed To: "' ' ina :Oira Judgmrenr lor cau, sa1 Ir., LT [HE IIAirj
: ARCADIA GMCCAF'FERY, LOT 3 'LOFTON'POINTE ENTRANCE ,OF THE NASSAU
JEEFREi'MCCAFETr', ACCORDilIG TO THE PL'.i JUDICIAL .IjJ 7&'A VET-
Allo Ireoabc,.epr.:,perty.: THEREOF RECORiDED IN FLAT ERAIrL WA, ',uLEE FL 32097,
located in Nassau County, In BOOK6,PAGE325,OFTHEPUB- ii 30 A .n Irn 20r oay of
the State of Rorida; Li'- UC RECORDS OF NASSAU Augu4i 2013 the following
SUnless such cerlificate(s) COUNTY, FLORIDA ', describedproperlyassetforth
shdl'be redeemed according WITNESS MY HAND and the in said Firad Judgment, to wit:
Itolow,the property described seal of this Court on 15th day UNITWENTY-THREE (23),THE
In such certificate orcertifi- of July, 2013.," ''* COLONY COTIDrOMItiUM
cates will be sold to' the **AMERICANS WITH.DISABILI- ACCORDING TO DECLARA-
Highest Bidder at the MAIN TIES ACT (ADA) NOTICE Tion OF CC(I.DC'MIrIjUM
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES RECORDED Il OFFICIAL
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, NEEDING A REASONABLE RECORDS BOOK653; PAGE712'.
1 76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE, ACCOMMODATION TO PAR- THROUGH,782. AS AMENDED
SFL on the 27th day of August., TICIPATE IN THIIS PROCEEDING' IN OFFICIALS' RECORDS BOOK
2013, between thehours of SHOULD CONTACTTHE COURT 662 PAGE 20 OF THE PUBLI6UC
11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.n. The ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE, AS RECORDSS OF INASLIAU CCUN-
SClerkof Court'sOfflce PolicyIs SOONASPOSSIBLE.TELEPHONE T/ FLOiX.DA
'to hold the sale at 11:30 a.m. (904)630-7790; OR IF HEARING A l PERe-.,Nj CLA.i.iING AN
JOHN'A. CRAWFORD IMPAIRED,1-800-95-8771 (ITD);. iiTEIESi IT THE SURPLUS CF FHE
NASSAU COUNTY .. OR 1-800-955-8770 (V). VIA 'ALE IF AN. OTHER iHAMN THE
CLERKOF COURT FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE
; RHODAGOODWIN, : JOHN A. CRAWFORD DATE f US PENDENS MUST FILE
I DEPUTYCLERK Clerk of the Circuit Court A CLAIM WITH 6' DAVS AFIER
If you are a person with dis-., By./s/Karen J. Lockett THE SALE. .
ablity who needs any accom- .Deputy Clerk If you area person with,
modation in order to partici-' DALE G.WESTIUNG.SR., ESQUIRE disability who needs any'
pate In this proceeding, -you' 331 East Union Street accommodation In order to
are entitled, at no cost to you, Jacksonville, FL 32202 .- participate in this proceeding,
to the provision of certain assis-. Telephone: 904/356-2341 you are entilffied;at no costto
'fance,'Plepse contact the Attorney for Plaintiff y'outotheprovis on'ofcertain
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- 2t.07-24-31-2013 assistance please contact the
4600 press 0, at least 7 days 1617 I ADA Cooranaror or crtir.
before your scheduled court --- trp@Oc:. red or (904) 630-256-
appearance, or Immediately IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE- at least 7 days before your
upon receiving'.tls notffica.-* FOURTH, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, scheduled courtappearance.
tion i' the time before the IN AND FOR NASSAU or immediately upon receiv-
scheduled appearance is less COUNTY. FLORIDA -. ing'this notifications if the time
lThan 7 days ifyou dre hearing GENERAL JURISDICTION "before the scheduled appear-
orvoice Impaired, call 711. DIVISION a once is less than 7 days; if you
4t 07-24-31-2013 & 08-07-14- CASE NO. f2000414CAAXYX' are r-.ean.. or vo,.? irrpcaed
2013 WELLSPARGOBANK NA; canTII
1614 RPaintiff, "Dated Ihis 7th day of July, 2013
----'- vs. JOHN A. CRAWFORD
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BARBARA A. JENNINGS A/K/A Clerk of The CIrcuit Court
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA BARBARA, FT AC' By: /s/Tracy-Poore : -
PROBATE DIVISION Defendants. -. Deputy Clerk
File Number 2013CP 152 AMENDED NOTICEOF SALE Submitted by:.
DivisIon: NOTICE IS GIVEN that. in Choice Leg. Group., RA.
IN RE. ESTATE OF- accordance with the Default 1800 NW 49thSfTeet Suite 120
NANCY KAY HICKS, FRnd Judgment of Foreclosure Fort Laudefd.de .rida 33309
Deceased, dated June 17, 2013. in the Telephone: (954) 453-0365-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'above-stled cause. wil sel to Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
The administration of the the highest and best bidder :Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438
estate of NANCY KAY HICKS, for cash at the front entrance 2t07-31-2013& 08-07-2013 '
deceased, whose date of of the NASSAU JUDICIAL 1626 -
death was May 3. 2013, is ANNEX. 76347 Veterans Way. "
pending in the Circuit Court Yutee,.FL32097at11:30A.M.on -
for Nassau County. FRorida, September 16th. 2013. the foP'* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
Probate Division. the address of lowing described property: NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
which is Nassau County LOT 38 BUCKIEAD SUBDI- PROBATE DIVISION
Judial Anrex. Attr' Probate. VISION, ACCORDING TO THE RLE NO.: 2013-CP-133
76347efeteran'sWa,(Yulee.FL PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED DMSION:A
32097. The names and INPLATBOOK6RAGE135AND IN RE. ESTATE OF MABEL
addressesbf the persona rep- 136 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS HOOPER CONLEY.
resentatlve and the personal OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. Deceased.'
representative's attorney ore Property Address 11411 BUCK- -NOTICE TO CREDITORS
set forth below. HEADTR, BRYCEVIU.E. FL32009, TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
All creditors of the dece- NASSAU CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
dent and other persons having ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN AGAINl-STTHE ABOVE ESTATE:


claims or demands against INTEREST IN THESURPLUS FROM YOU ARE HEREBY notified
decedent's estate on whornm a THE SALE. IF ANY, OTHER THAN that an Order of Summary
copy of this notice is required THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF Administration has been
to be served must file their THE DATE OFTHE US PENDENS entered i the estate of MABEL
claims with this court WITHIN MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 HOOPER CONLEY, deceased.
THE LATER OF 3 MONITHSAFTER DAYS AFTER THE SALE in the above-styled ie num-rn-
* THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLJ- Dated: July 18,2013 br. in the Circuit Court for
CATIONOFTHISNOTICEOR30 IF YOU ARE A PERSONWITH NASSAU County, RFlorida.
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER- A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY Probate Division the address of
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER which is 76347 Veterans Way,
NOTICE ON THEM. TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO- Yulee, Florida 32097: that the
Al other creditors of the CEEDING. YOU ARE ENTITLED. decedenr'sdateofdeahwas
decedent and other persons AT NO COST TO YOU. TO THE February 11, 2013 and the
having claims or demands PROVISIONOFCERTAINASSIS- name and address of those
against decedent's estate TANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE to whom it has been assigned
must file their claims with this ADA COORDINATOR AT CRT- by such order isAPRIL MELODY
courtWITHIN 3 MONTHSAFTER INTRP@COJ.NET OR (904)630- CLERY c/o James Pratt
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBUI- 2564 AT LEAST 7 DAYS BEFORE O'Conrner. Esq., Post Office Box
CATIONOFTHISNOT11CE. YOUR SCHEDULED COURT 471, Fernmandina Beach. FL
ALL CLAMS NOT FILED WITH- APPEARANCE. OR IMMEDIATE- 32034
INTHETIME PERIODSSET FORTH LY UPON RECEIVING THIS NOTi- ALL INTERESTED PERSONS


ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
Alcredtors of the estate of
the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands ogacnst decedent's
estate other than those for
whom provision for full pay-
ment was made in the Order
of Summary Administration
rnust tie their claims with this
CourtWITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN 733.702 OF THE
FLORDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN 733.702
OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE.ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first Publication
of this Notice is July 31st. 2013.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
JAMES PRATT O'CONNER
Attorney for
APRIL MELODY CLERY
Rodna Bar Number 0124435
Post Office Box 471
Femorndina Beach. FL 32035
Telephone: (904) 261-2628
Fax: (904)2612632 1
E-Emrl: pratt@jpoccner.com
Secondary:
pleadlngs@joconner.com
Personal Representative:
APRIL MELODY CLERY
2t 07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013
1627

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
S IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 13-0001M8-AXYX
.DIVISION: PR-A .
IN.RE: ESTATE-OF BERTHA
ZEBROWSKL ''
Deceased.' ,, '
SNO1ICE 10CREDIICTORS
The odrrijlslanon ot the
estate of BERTHA ZEBROWSIV.S'I
deceased, whose datd of
Sdeath was June 28; 2013, RIle.
Number' 13-000168-AXYX. Is
Spendirng in the Circuit Court
rot Nas-u Cournr. Florida
Probate Drri on me adde-ix of
which I r-Jar.;aJ Cournr
Courhouse 7L.347 Veterans
Wa, Sutae 456 ,Jee Flonoa
3209? The names and
acaree. 0 ot he personal rep-
e;ernlarlve wand Ihe personal
representative's aftomey are
set r.rh belCow
All cleadio0I; o Me dece-
dent and other persons, hav-
Ing claims or deman ds against
decedent's estate'on whom a
Scopof' Ot Iras r..nce I: :er:ea
rr.mu T file ireir claimcwn ,rt- tiiI
Court. WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF'
FiRSI'PuBLICAilCi OF iHIS
NOTICE 01?R 30 DAIS AFTErP THE
ni.E OCF SERVICE OF A COP.'
OF THIS NOTICE cON THEIt.
All. other creditors' of, the
decedent. ind persons hav-
ina dar3r; 01 aoeTards agani
Ire deceer,I ; enire urr.uT
f le r,.r clairT jIilh mi; Cc.url
WfIHII 'i MONTHS AilEi,' THE
DATE OF FIRST P.IjBuCAIIC)O4OF
TH'SliC-TI':E
A-LL CLai11.13N IOI : FILED
WILL BE f-.'I'. ER 6AiAED
I .,IWi1HSiADl,'i. rlTHEIRiE
PERIOD'. SEI FC .RiH .AB.'E
Al. CL11.I FILED rVWC (2)
'"LA.S ,-R r.1.h R FTEr 1HE4
DECEDEN1 S O'DiE C:.. DEAiH
I BAPRED
Th-e aarie ol firsf pubil.aion
:.l ii; nonice 1;, July 313r. 211 I
lhrorne-,' lot Per.onal
Relpre :er~frai',,,u,

6 ,1 u .,.t-iin ,.E :i.
Sui'rJe I cA -'
Jo.:i.-or,,iiP FL 32217
.leiph'or., (904) J6-8572 .
Fa,:mrie (888 5376-.ISD
Pr or.ai reupr.enriatie
W'5iiiimrr, jame; Daroner
3:66 0:6' r Dnre Southri
Jao.:icorv.iie Be.acr. FL 32240,
21(,7-31-201i3& 018-0?.2013
1028

'NOT)CE'OF APPLICATION
S FORTAX DEED
NOTICE IS HERB' GIvEN Tnri'
SUNSHIlE SiATE CERi ill LLLP
BAN.l',JriIED TRUSTEE
SThe holder of the following
certificate(s)has fled sad cer-
tificate(s):for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year of
issuance, the descTription of.the
property/,and the name(s) In
.which it, Is assessed areas fol-
lows: ,
FIle Number 2013-025-TD':.
Certificate Number. 3604
Parcel Number.
00o-00-31-1 800-0029-0110
''ear or Lsaar.:r,," 20i 11
Description of Property: BLOCK
29LOT 11 IN OR 924/953.CTY'.
OF FDNA BEACH
AssessedTo: KENNETH R.WAL-
TERS, JUDITH RWALTERS
All of the above property is
located In Nassau County, in.
the State of Forida.
Unless such certificates)
"'shall be redeemed according.
to law, the property described
In such certificate or certfifi
.cates will be sold to. the
Highest Bidder at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX,
76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE;
FL or| the 3rd day of
September, 2013, between the
hours of I1:00 a.m. and 200
p.m.The.Clerk of Court's Office
Policy. is to hold the sale at
S11:30 a.m.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
NASSAU COUNTY '
CLERK OF COURT
RHODAGOODWIN,
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with dis-
ablity who needs any accom-
modation in order to partici-
pate in Ilis proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you,
to the provision of certain asss-
tance.- Please contact 'the
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
4600 press 0, at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately
upon receiving this notifica-
tion if the time-before the
scheduled appearance is less
than 7 days; if you are hearing
oroice impaired, cal 711.
4t 07-31-20138&
08-07-14-21-2013
1629 ^

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FORTAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
CATAUNA TAX CO LLC US
BANK


The holder of the following
certificates) has fled said cer-
1tificate(s)for atac deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year of
isurce the description of the
property, and the name(s) in
which it is assessed are as fol-
lows:.
Tie Number 2013-026-TD
Certificate Number 3796
Parcel Number
00-00-31-1800-0279-0272
Year of Issuance: 2011
Desciption of Propery. BLOCK
279 S1/2 OF LOTS 27-30 IN OR
1242/1807 CITY OF FDNA
BEACH
Assessed To:
LOUIS W TODD EST
All of the above property is


located in Nassau County in
the State of Florida.
Unless such certificates)
shall be redeemed according
to laow, the property described
in such certificate or certifi-
cates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX.
76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE`
FL on the 3rd day of
September2013. between the
hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00
p.rm The Cerk of Court's Office
Policy is to hold the sale at
11:30 a.m.
JOHNA.CRAWFORD
NASSAU COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
RHODA GOODWIN.
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with dis-
abiity who needs any accom-
modation in order to partici-
pate in thils proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you;
to the provision of certdn assis-
tance. Please contact the
ApA Coordinator at (904) 548-
4600 press 0, at least 7 days
before'your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately
upon receiving this notifica-
tion if the lime before the
scheduled appearance is less
than days.if you ore hearing
or voice impaired, call 711.
4t 07-31-2013 &
08-07-14-21-2013
1630

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.,2012-CA-000717 ,
DIVISION NO .
,SECTION.
BANK OFAMERICA. NA., SUC-
CESSO'R. BY MERGER TO BAC
HOME LOANS SERVICING. LP,
FKA COUNIR0WIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICE ING. LP
Pialnrti().
SVs..: -
JOHN ELDREDGE.et. al.
Defendants) ,
NOTICE OF ACTION
-: FORECLOSURE
SPROCEEDINGS-PROPERTY
To: UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JAMEES LOWELLRUSSELLA/K/A
JAMES L RUSSELL ADDRESS
'UNKNOWNBUT WHOSE LAST
KNOWN ADDRESS IS: 48088
HADDOCK ROAD; HILUARD. FL
32046 .
Residence unknown and if
Living, including any unknown
spouse-of the defendant, If
remarried nd if ,said defers-
Sdant js dead, His/her-respec-
Stive Uhfknbwn heirs, devisees,
Sgrantees, assignees, creditors,
Ilenbrs, and trustees, and all
other.' persons claiming By,
'Irrougr under or again;l *.e
harTm.d Defendanr ara trIe
GiGr.remlGnoner rar nroed
.Defendant and such of the
alorimienlofined unknown
Defendant ana :ucr, of the
unlknown named Defendant
Sas may be infants, Incompe-
t-.r5 or other lse riot sul ..'s.
SY:.U AR'E HErEB/INC OTriFIED
ir.ait an .:'iion ic6 foreclo:e a
,Drh3nagg or, tW6follow.iir.g
de."cric0 piFdrt;'r C .A-lt
riore rcorrnlon,, vrlr, '
as 1. Rt 1 Box 2585, Hilliard, FL
32046 .
Tr.i o-..:ri r. r, a b^er, fled
agoairi ,o, and /ou 31e
Srejleod 10 'er,.e a ccp 1r
.,our T.rier, .Selrr.e i an,' Ic
SII on Fqoairriff an,:.mn,' GiL6ErIT
C-AfCIA :ir ajdre l. 2r'0j, Par, Ar, O rci,
u,e I 10 la,,.a cil.da : 'k
c.n or r.elri *l', arte-r
so at'- ol'i'':l pubilic.T'r, ano
f.i- 1 ;,- .:, i_ ; t', h IF.; I. lr, : fri c
Ire ircuill dun itre r- bet.or6
cer..:6er c', .rism j aroorre, or
IiTrridlale-, l-tere.treah-r or-h.
.'r,.l:e a 0 -,iruil 4 ll I0-
erlerca again:r ,r.u r..r rre
ielif demar,ded ir, i.he
C ,orr lairn!
WiIlIE S ,T,: hand and : al ol
.lhi Coun or, in.h- 22rd doa' ol
2 Jul, 2013
*JOHN A. CRAWFORD ,
NASSAi. Counir/Ficn.ri .o
By. /!',' .legan $. ,') r
Deputy. Cie.r ..' .
S In accordqnc-e with the
Americans With Disabilities At,
persons in need of d special
accommodation to partidc-
pate1 In This proceeding shall,
within seven (7) days poor to
any proceeding, contact the
admiplstrctive office of the
court, Nassau county, 16341
Veterans Way Yulee FL'32097-
County Phone: 904-548-4606
TDD ,1-800-955-8771 or 1-800-
955-8710 via Florida 'Relay
Service'.
2t 07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013
-1631 ,

AN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
SIN AND FOR NASSAU
S COUNTY, FLORIDA
CML ACTION
CASE-NO.:
452012-CA-006575
DIVISION: A
WELLS FARGO BANK NA;
Plaintiff,
VS, i-
GEORGEM. CURRIN, et al,
Defendant(s),
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOiSURE SALE-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
'pursuant, to an Order
Reschedulng Foredosure Sale
dated July 19, 2013 and
: entered in Case No. 45-2012-
CA-000575 of the Circuit Court
of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit
in and for NASSAU County,
FRrida wherein, WEUS FARGO
BANK, NA, is the Plaintiff and
GEORGE M. CURRIN; SHERRIE L
CURRIN are the Defendants,
The Clerk of the Court wtII'sell
to the highest and best bid-,
derfor cash at NASSAU JUDI-
CIAL ANNEX, 76347 VETERAN'S-
WAY, YULEE. FLORIDA at
11:3OAM, on the 29th day of
August, 2013, the following
desaibed properly asset forth
in said Final Judgment:.
COMMENCING. AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF SEC-
TION RFIF-TWO (52), TOWNSHIP
THREE (3) NORTH,. RANGE
TWENTY-SEVEN (27) EAST; RUN
THENCE NORTH SIXTY-SEVEN
(67) DEGREES, FIFTY-NINE (59)
MINUTES, EAST FOR ONE THOU-
SAND SEVEN HUNDRED ELEVEN
AND NINETY-TWO HUN-
DREDTHS (1711.92) FEET TO, A
POINT ON THE EASTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY UNE OF A GRADED.
ROAD (40.0 FOOT RIGHT OF
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to P.O. Box 16766, Fernm


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FEET TO AN IRON POINT OF
BEGIINNING.
A/K/A 86114HARRY GREEN '
ROAD. YULEE. FL 32097-5343
Any person declaiming an "
interest in the surplus from ithe
sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date "
of theLisPendensmustfleHa e
claim within sixty (60) days
after thesdae.a
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on July22n
.2013.
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/Tracy Poore .
DeputyClerk 1
"See Americans with ^
Disabities Act
If you are a person with adis- A
ability who needs any accom- :
modation in order to parici-
pate in this proceeding, you '
areentileed atnocosttoyou, S
to the provisinof certain assIsb.
tance please contact the cir-.
cult court at (9D0 321-5709.
2t07-31'2013& 08-07-2013
1632

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i
IN AND FOR NASSAU ..
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVILACTION
CASE NO.: 45-2010-CA-
000899
DIVISION: A
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC.
Plaintiff, ,
vs.
PHILUP M. CORNER A/K/A
PHILUP COOPER A/K/A PHIJJP- -.
MARVIN COONER
-Defendant(s)
S NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
soant'to a Rn alJudgment of,
Mortgage Foreclosure' dated
July 22.2013 and entered In -
Cqpe No. 45-2010-CA-Q00899 .
'of the Circuit Court of the
FOURTH Judicial Circultin and
for NASSAU County.' Florida "
wherein JPMORGAN CHASE
BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIA- "
TION.SUCCESSOR BY MERGER "
TO CHASE. HOME FINANCE '
LLC, is the Plaintiff and PHILLIP
M. COONER A/K/A PHILLIP
COONER A/K/A PHILLIP MAR-
VIN CROONER; THE UNKNOWN .
SPOUSE OF PHILUP M. COON- '
ER A/K/A PHILLIP COONER '
A/K/A PILEUP MARVIN COON- .'
ER N/K/A SHANNON COON-,
'ER. LATASHIALCOONERA/K/A *
LATASHIA: SOONER A/K/A";
.LATASHIA !LYNN CORONER;
MARVIN' SOONER; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MAR-"
VIN COONER. N/K/A SANDRA t-
SCOONER; ANY AND ALL -
UNKNOWN PARTIESCLAjMING '
SBY, THROUGH,' UNDER AND
AGAINST THE'HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL' DEFENDANTSS'
WHO AREN'T KNOWN TO BE
DEAD ORALIVEWHETHERSAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES'- MAY '
CLAIM AN INTEREStASPOUS-
ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, I
-DR OTHER CLAIMANTS; STATE '-
OFF FLORIDA; are.. the '*
Defendants The Clerk of the. ,
Court will sll to the highest
ond-' best bidder for cash at ..
NASSAU JUDICIAL 'ANNEX
?'63. '.'-TERAlJs IA, ri.iLEE
FLOCRIC .11 DI 3I0AM or, tre
I'81 aa, l OT bey 3IB.il-,,l '.0
following d-. !ribed .iFert, -
'.as set crtth, Ir.n add Final
Judgment: .
A OPTION OF THE NORTH. '..
WEs 1/4 OF THE IORiTHWESTI ,
h,-JOFi ECTiOCIj 35 TCOWNSHiP
4I'JORTH RAiNGE 25EAST 14AS-
SAu Cc:.utLrF FLORIDA AND ;
BEING MORE PARTICULARLV
DESCP'IBED nb' FOLLOWS
COMtTMENCE AT THE NO'RTH-
WESI ,CCRER OF SAID SEC. -
li,.,i 35. THEINCE NORTH 89 .
DEGREES 31 AiNUIefiS 24 SEC.-
*:f1DS EAST ALONG THE NORTH .
LINE OF' .AID SECTION 3, 5
55492 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE CONI IN-
ULIE NORTH 89 DEGREES 31 MIN-.
UTES -.24 SECONDS EAST,
ALONG SAID NORTH. UNE OF
SECTION. 35, 336.56 ,FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 12 DEGREES 02
' MINUTES 20 SECONDS WEST
729.86 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 07
DEGREES 18 MINUTES 52 SEC-
ONDS EAST, 383.95 'FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 73 DEGREES 36
MINUTES 57 SECONDS WEST,
19.71 FEET; THENCE'NORTH 82
DEGREES 33 MINUTES 43-SEC-
ONDS WEST 130.51 FEET:
THENCE NORTH 04 DEGREES 29
MINUTES 29 SECONDS'WEST,
1083.83 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
A/K/A 58231 MELTON ROAD,
HILUARD. FL 32046
Any person claiming an 3
interest in the surplus from the
sale, if any, other'than: the ,
property owner as of the date
of the Us Pehdeihs must file a
claim within sixty (60) days
after the sale. .s
WITNESS MY HAND and the ?
seal of this Court on July 23,- '
2013. '" "
John A. Crawford "
Clerk of the CIrcuit Court "
By: /s/ Amanda Steam E
'Deputy Clerk "
See Americansrwith S
. Disabilities Act .
Itf you're a person with a dis- f
ability who needs any accom- ,
modation in order to partii-
pate in this proceeding, you -"
are entitled, atno costto you,
to the provIsIon of certain assIs-'
tance please contact the air-
cult court at (904) 321-5709. '
2t 07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013 .
1633 ;

BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA .1
INVITATION TO BID (ITB) .,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Board of County .
Commissioners 'of ',Nssau ;I
County, Rorda inmtfes sealed
bids for.
LABORATORY SERVICES FOR :*
NASSAU AMEUA UTILTIlES ":
BID NUMBER NC13-d37
For detailed information
regarding bid due dates and
. bid requirements for tfi- r1B.
please visit the Nassau
County's website i at
http://www.nassaucountyfsco
m or contact the Contract
Management Department'at


904-491-7377. Proposadinfor-
mation is also available at I
http://www.derrKrdNstar.com. .
ATTEST:
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
EX-OFFRCIO CLERK
DANIEL B. LEEPER
CHAIRMAN
BOARD OF.COUNIY
COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA -"
It 07-31-2013 -
1648 '


L CUSTOMERS:
mailing address for the
aged from P.O. Box 766
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WEDNESDAY. JULY 31.2013 NEWS News-Leader


MOTORCYCLE OFFICERS RETURN


. SUBMITTED
Sheriff Bill.Leeper has reinstated the\motorcycle division within the Nassau County Sheriff's Office after a two-
year hiatus and made history as well. The four Harley-Davidson motorcycles sat idle in a storage shed for the past
two years just gathering dust. The bikes will be utilized part-time on patrol, at special events and during parades.
Deputies trained for two weeks at the North Florida Law Enforcement Training Center in Jacksonville with the
Florida Highway.Patrol before being allowed to work on the motorcycles. After completing the training, Deputy
Robin Patterson becomes the first female motor officer for the Nassau County Sheriff's Office. New motorcycle
deputies, from left, are Mark Murphy, Robin Patterson, JimmyNettles and Thomas Kelley.


DonItleave children unattended in cars
Nassau County Sheriff Bill :utes. Leaving the windows. device ',; ,. case in the back seat as a
Leeperremindsparents and opened slightly does not sig- .* a child isi missing, check reminder that-you have your
persons responsible for chil-' nificantly slow. the heating.'t.he car first, including the child:in the car. -
dren to not leave young chil- process or decrease the maxi- -trunk: *. Make-"look before you
dren unattended in automp- mum temperature attained.. ,*.Teach your children that "leave" a routine whenever you
biles, especiallyduring the hot 'As parents know,; life with' .vehicles are'never to be used as get out of the car. -
summer months. A child dies newborns and small children is- a playarea. :, Have a plan that, your
from heatstroke about once full ofstress, sleep deprivation .* Keep a stuffeddanimal ii childcar provider will call you
every 10 days from being left and distractions. And young the car seat and when the child .. if-your child does not show up
alone in a hot vehicle. -In fact,,h c.ildren,: especially babies,, isput in the seat place. the-ani- for school." "
heat stroke is the leading cause often fall asleep in their car, mal inthe front with the driver. T For more information visit
of non-crash vehicle fatality for seats, becoming quiet, unob- Or place your, purse or br1ef- wv' safercar.gov/heatstroke.
kids 14 and younger. Children: tri-sive little passengers And :' ..*: ...
climb into unlocked cars'tp ::-sadly,for babies with reaj -lac- UHM.E.i ANIMALS ..
play,-or areleftalonein;:thbecar; ing seats, the seat looks the U.I.ll..- LE" Q II .9-.
"These are tragedies that same froml the front .eat -" .
are 100 percent preventable. [f whether occupied or nol Int . r- .1 '1
you see a child alone in a hot well over 50 percent of these r THY'R DYING FOR
vehicle, call 911 or your local cases, the person responsible '' DYING FOR
emergency number immedi- for the child's death unknow- A 2ND CHANCE
ately," said Leeper. I" the child ingly leftthem in the vehicle. q AdoptA Companion Today -
is in tist"ess due to heat. get' *:Never leave a child unat-. "t C i td
that child out as quickly as pos, tended in a vehicle. ., ( j' '"'.-
sible. Cool the child rapidly by '* Ifyouseeachildunatten- "'" '-
spraying the child with cool" ,ded in a hot Vehicle call 9-1-1. L "-a
water or with water from a gar- Be sure that all occupants ,
den' hose.. .. leave the vehicle when unload- '. : ... .
S*A child's body temperature ing. '
rise' 3-5 times faster than an *. Don't overlook sleeping' /'
adult's. Even wvith the windows s babies .
partiali.dQWi.-the tempera .. ,_* Alwavs-Iock your can and .. J '''
,tueih~ineid'a parked c-hr car" 'ehuee ehltdi-e do not hat .'* -j l .- .1
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glary of severalvehic
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important crime prev
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a target of opportune
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to follow that can help
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brief time. Everyyear
items stolen from
vehicles where the .
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Nassau County Farm Bureau
Relocates Yulee Office
SS I Yulee agent Debi Roland will contin-
ue to serve the insurance needs of
Nassau County residents at our new
location. Debi is a lifelong Nassau
County resident with 37 years of
i,- ~experience in the insurance industry
l I and -an agent wfth Florida Farm
. i Bureau for 1.6 years. Debi and her
Debi Roland husband Ken have been married for
37 years and have one daughter,
Kenan. Debi is'a member of Amelia Baptist Church and is
involved in many community activities.
Brandon Higginbotham, formerly
an agent at the Fernandina Beach ,
office will be joining Debi at the new.
Yulee location. Brandon is a lifelong -
resident of" Nassau County and has .
been an agent with Farm Bureau
Insurance for over three years. He
holds a business degree from the
University of Central Florida, and is Brandon
currently pursuing the Chartered Higginbotham
Financial Consultant designation. Brandon enjoys assisting
his clients by offering comprehensive insurance planning.
Brandon resides in Yulee with his wife Amy and son
Landon.,
Visit Debi and Brandon at our new location
and let them put their experience & award-winning
personal service to work for your insurance needs.
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Sheriff's casing vehicles (casing is look-',
o juveniles ing into vehicles or loitering,'
es and bur- around them with no apparent
les earlier purpose).
a of Clinch Call 9-1-1 if you see anyone':
nw Road in tampering with automobiles. -
The juve- Be a good witness try to;
15, were get a vehicle license platenum-.
au County ber. If you can't get the vehicle'
n charges license plate number try to get
ft and bur- as much identifying information.
and other about the vehicle or person ast
edit cards, you can. Such as, color, make,'
mncy) were model, damage, type of rims,-'
wners. stickers, etc. pertaining to vehi-"
y seen an dcles. Clothinfig, scars, tattoos'"
burglaries oddities, etc., pertaining to peo-,
locked or pie.
ingle most Don't leave valuables in'
mention tip your car. It" you leave valuable
void being items visible in your car, your'
nity," said car is an easy target. If possic-
ble, lock them in the trunk ouVf
simple. tips of sight. It is always better .to
p you avoid do this before you arrive atyoul.'
destination. Remove all items
vehicle's of value, such a GPS devices,.
)ws even if cell phones, computers, pur-"
for only a es, checkbooks and.iPods ifthe
',there are vehicle will be parked in a drive-
unlocked way or on the roadway. Avoid
owner was leaving anything of value inside
ne "just for your car in plain view. At tht
mmon for very least.items should be plac-
irked vehi- ed out of view or in the trunk.
*s to see if Mark your valuables.. We
Don't'leave suggest inscribing/engraving 4
or even "personal identifier" on all valuw;
ding vent/ ables. This increases the chanr
unroofs, ces of being reunited with youa,
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WEDNESDAY. JULY 31.2013 NEWS News-Leader


POLICE REPORT


-Tdis was written by Angela
Paughtry of.the News-Leader
from oral and'written reports by
the Nassau Sheriff's Office, the.
City ofFernandina Beach Police
Department and other agencies.
Arrest indicates suspicion of a
crime, not guilt.
Anyone with information
about criminal activity can con-
tact the "We Tip" program 1-
800-78CGRME -which allows
callers to leavi anonymous tips.
Here's thedish'
Anthony William Gerhold,
41, of Jacksonville, was arrested
again by county police after a
nationwide warrant was issued
Muly 25 for impersonating a Dish
Network subcontractor and
defrauding at lease 33 people
,in Nassau CQounty, according to
S press release by the Nassau
County Sheriffs Office. ,,
Gerhold 'was previously
arrested by Nassau County
-policein June for impersonating
*a .ubcontractor -for Dish
.&etwork'Satellite Co and tar-
eting' Dish 'Net-work cus-'
ruer Sn". .


Anthony Crystal
Gerhold Gerhold

According to a police report,
Gerhold would approach resi-
dents at their homes claiming to
be a subcontractor for Dish
SNetwork Satellite. He managed
to convince at least 33 current
Dish customers to upgrade
their services for approximate-
ly $700 to $900 by telling them
the nekt three months of serv-
ice would be free if they would
sign a contract along with the
payment. *
According to the report,.
Gerhold also told victims they
would continue'-to receive a
monthly bill from Dish, but lust
to ignore it because the first
-three months would be free and
it w6uld be corrected by their.


billing department. Eventually,
the victims began getting late
payment bills and were told by
Dish Network their service
would be canceled for non-pay-
ment Victims then contacted
Dish Network directly and were
informed the contract they
signed was fraudulent and that
Dish Network never received
any payment for satellite service
or repair.
Gerhold also provided an
800 number to call if his.cus-
tomers/victims had any con-
cerns orcomplaints. Gerhold's
wife, Crystal Denise Gerhold,
31, played the part of a cus-
tomer service representative.
Gerhold had bonded out of
jail, according po the police
report, after his first arrest
Sin June.on seven counts, of
schemes to defraud and
exploitation of an elderly per-
son. Gerihold failed to show for
his court appearance.
After additional Nassau
County victims came forward
to make a report, a nationwide
ivarrant was issued June 27 for
the. arrest of both suspects.


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They were captured in Little
Rock, Ark, on July 19 and trans-
ported back to the Nassau
County Jail, where they were
booked on July 25.
These suspects came into
Nassau County and took advan-
tage of our most vulnerable,
trustworthy and decent hard-
working citizens with their slick
fraudulent sales pitch," Nassau
County Sheriff Bill Leeper said.
"They need to learn a lesson
that we won't tolerate it."
Anyone who believes they
may have been a victim of this
scheme is encouraged to con-
tact the Nassau County Sheriffs
Office at 225-5174.
Card theft
According to-a police report,
a local man reported to city
police on July 16 that he was
robbed of his credit card while
paying for a meal at a drive-
through restaurant.
` The man told police he went
to the restaurant around 9:45
a.m. on Jiuly 16 and purchased
several (tefuis at the drive-
through: He said he gave the
cashier his credit card to pay
fortheitems but found out later
that the cashier. allegedly never
returned the card or, receipt,
il:- report stated:'After arriving
at wOrk 'he noticed several
' hour- later thar his credit card
as inkssing tOncontactingthe
ir'e-tauJaiitam. rhe employees told
him -they could n'fiot locate the-
card,; according to the report '
About 8 p.m: the same 'day, .
the man noticed 10-frariiaction.
on his ,credit card accotint,
amounting to over ,5500, accord-
Sing to'the'police reportt, so-he
immediately canceled the card..;
A According to the ieport,two
'ansaction oc'iuried at the.
Fer nandiitna Beach WaValmart
between.446 p i and 7 27pm.
Or, contacting the -tore man-,'
ai,, p,.lice obei \ed a mnian on'
She -.;ioie%' surveillance video
ni.ikiiig puitichases wilh thevic-
tim' credit caid' Anqther pui-
c-h.ie vwas mide at' the Game-
Stlop sl.,r_ according to the
Spol'ce i epoi t. but the store was"
Sclosed by the time'policeknew
about it --..
Police al-( "intei viewed the
supel vioi aCIt the .restaurant
who was on duly at the time of
SIlhe alleged credit card theft


According to the report, the
supervisor was reluctant to give
out any information and told
police the camera system had
been down for months.-
Checkscam
A local resident became the
victim of a scam after receiving
a fraudulent check in the mail
on July 8, according.to a city
police report.
The woman told police on
July 17 that she had received a
letter from Publishers Clearing
House on July 8 informing her
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July 20, out-of-county warrant,
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Robert Jerome Johnson,
70, 850004 Una Road, Fernan-
dina Beach, July 19, Duvalwar-
rant, violation of probation, sex
offender.
Kenneth Michael Win-,
gate, 32,96227 Freeman Road,.
Fernandina Beach, July 18,j
domestic battery, criminal mis-
chief, violation of injunction,'
threatening assault.
Aaron Trent Devereaux,"
23,37185 Pine Tree Drive, Apt.
602, July 18, Hilliard, grand
theft, dealing in stolen property.'
Wayne Glassford, '39,
10218 Mulberry Landing An-
nex, Hilliard, July 18, driving'
while license revoked with.'
knowledge, habitual offender..
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marijuana, more than 20 grams,
sale of marijuana.
Thomas Earl Blackwelder,
67, 503 Sunset Road, Fernan-
dina Beach, July 17, sale of a'
controlled substance,
" Linton Ivy Harris, 54,
95544 Wilder Blvd., Fernandina
Beach, July 16, domestic
assault.
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welder, 32, 503 Sunset Road,-'
Fernandina Beach, July 16, sale.-
of a controlled substaftce with-
in 1,000 feet of a'school, Nassau'
warrant.
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47,151080 CR 108, Hilliard, July
16, warrant, Charlton County,"
Ga., fugitive from justice. ..
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Folkston, Ga, July 16, sale of.
cocaine. '
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Kingsland, Ga., July 15, dealing
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Fernaiidina Beach, Jily '15,
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COURT REPORT


The following report was
compiled by Angela Daughtry,
News-Leader staff, from the July
25 court docket of Circuit Court
Judge Robert M. Foster -
N Martin Charles Amador
pleaded guilty to possession of
a controlled substance without
a prescription and adjudication
was withheld. He was sen-
tenced to time served in
Nassau CountyJail and ordered
to pay $518 in court costs, $100
to the Public Defender's Office
and $150 to the State Attorney's
Office. The state did not pros-
ecute Amador on a charge of
open container.
0 Mary Elizabeth Bailey
pleaded guilty to possession of
a controlled substance without
a prescription and-possession of
controlled substance para-
phernalia and adjudication was
withheld. On count one she was
sentenced ,to time served in
Nassau County Jail and 18
months drug offender proba-
tion and must immediately
enroll in an in-patient Salvation
Army Drug Program. She must
remain in custody until a bed is
available. On counttfo 'she was
sentenced to time served. She
was' ordered to pay $518 'in
court costs, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and $100 to
the State Attorney's Office. ,
Adam Wayne Betts plead-
ed not guilty to production of
amphetamines, possession of
listed chemical with intent to
manufacture a'controlled sub-
stance and criminal attempt to
solicitor conspire, third-degree
!felony. .
Reginald Keith Bryant
pleaded guilty to a lesser-includ-
ed charge of violation of.an
injunction and'giilty to viola.
tion of a condition of release,
domestic violence; and adjudi-
cation was withheld.: He was
sentenced to 12 months proba-
tion on each cotint, to be served
consecutively. He must enroll in
a battery intervention program
within 30 days and is to have no
victim contact 'Probation nmay
be terminated early after 12
months if in full compliance.
He.was ordered to pay $223 in.
court costs, 8100 to the Public
Defender's Office and .50 to
theState Attorney's Office.
Marcus Lee Caswell Ji-.
Spleaded not guilty), to posses-
sion of drugs in a structure or
Vehicle with a minor present
with, knowledge, and criminal
attempt-to. solicit or conspie,
thirdidegree felony.
i Juan Guillermo Clough-
Delesus pleaded- not guilty to
fleeing, or eluding police/fail-
ure to obey a law enforcement
officer's order to stop and reck-
less driving.
Aaron Trent Devereaux
was served a second amended
affidavit and denied a violation
Sof probation being served for
burglary of a structure or con-
Sveyance. In ,a separate case,
Devereaux pleaded not guilty to
dealing in stolen property."
m* Corey Gene Eaton, plead-
ed ,not guilty tocriminal mis-
chief over $1,000, resisting
arrestwth violence, grand theft
firearm, two counts of armed
robbery,; two counts of com-
mitting a third-degree felony
Switch a weapon and posssession
of a firearm by a delinquent
E Cedric Brandon -Green
pleaded guilty to criminal mis-
chief over $1,000.and adjudica-
tion was withheld. He was sen-
tenced to time served in.
Nassau County Jail,.and 12
:months probation. He was
ordered to pay $1,187.45 in
restitution, $418 in court costs,
$150 to the Public Defender's
Officeand $100 to the State
Attorney's,Office. Probation
may be terminated early upon
restitution being paid in full.
U Tiffany Marie Groover
pleaded not guilty to criminal


attempt to solicit or conspire,
third-degree felony.
David Wayne Higgins
pleaded guilty to possession of
a controlled substance and adju-
dication was withheld. He
pleaded guilty possession of
less than 20 grams of cannabis,
no citation, and possession of
drug paraphernalia and was
adjudicated guilty. He was sen-
tenced to time served in
Nassau County Jailfollowed by
18 months drug offender pro-
bation. He must have a
drug/alcohol evaluation with-,
in 60 days, with random uri-
nalysis, and follow up with any
recommended treatment. He
was ordered to pay $518 in
court costs, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and $100 to
the State Attorney's Office.
UHavana Lebna Hocken-
berry pleaded not guilty to
criminal attempt to solicit or
conspire, third-degree felony.
Travis G. Jackson pleaded
guilty to possession of cocaine
with citation and adjudication
was withheld. He pleaded guilty
to driving under the influence of.
alcohol and no valid driver's
license and.was adjudicated.
guilty..On count one hewas
sentenficed to -18 months drug
offender probation and a
drug/alcohol evaluation with-
in 60 days, with any follow-up
treatment and random urinaly-.
Ssis. On couittwo tie was,,sen-
tenced to 12-moinths probation, '
to run concurrent with count
one, and: must enroll in and -
complete DUI school and an
Impact Panel, and 50 hours of
community service at a mini-,,
mum of five hours per month.I
He must undergo random uri- ,
analysis and his driver's license
is suspended for six months
and his car is impounded for
10 days .On count three he was
sentenced to time served in ,
Nassau County Jail. He was
ordered to pay a total of S1,409
in court costs, a $500 fine, $150 *
to the Public Defender's Office
and S 100 to the State Attorney's
Office. PrbAtion may be trans-,
ferred to the state of Georgia,
where he resides.
Jeffrey James Johnson
pleaded guilty to sale, delivery, '
purchase or manufacture of
marijuana and adjudication was
withheld. He was sentenced to
18 months drug offender pro-
bation and must have a
drug/alcohol evaluation with-
An_6J04.0v.folowp witdany..
undergo random urinalysis. He
was ordered to pay $518 in
court costs and,8100 to the
State Attorney's Office.
Larry Eugene'Johnson
admitted -to a violation of pro-
bation being served for'two
counts of leaving the scene of
an accident involving personal
property and DUI with proper-
ty damage and was adjudicated
guilty He was sentenced to
time served in Nassau Couinty
Jail and probation was rein-
stated with the original terms
and conditions. He paid 9500
in court to the Department of
Corrections for restitution.


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Wayne Lawrenice Joseph
pleaded guilty to sale, delivery,
purchase or manufacture of
marijuana and was adjudicated
guilty He was sentenced to six
months in Nassau County Jail
with credit for time served, fol-
lowed by 18 months drug
offender probation. He must
have a drug/alcohol evaluation
within 60 days, follow up with
any recommended treatment
and undergo random urinaly-
sis. He was ordered to pay $518
in court costs and $100 to the
State Attorney's Office.
Breadon Sage Killough
pleaded not guilty to posses-
sion of a controlled substance
and driving under the influence
of alcohol:
Jeffrey Karl Kohlefiberger
was served an affidavit and
denied a violation of probation
being served for domestic bat-
tery.
David Alan Labombarbe
pleaded guilty to sale, manu-
facture or delivery of a con-
trolled substance and was adju-
dicated guilty. He -was
sentenced to 24 months drug
offender probation and. must
follow up.-with any recom-
mended treatment
Andrea Shaw Nelson was
served an-affidavit and denied
-a violation of probation being".
served for sell, manufacture or
deliver withintent to sell a con-
trolled substance. In a separate
case she pleaded not guilty to
criminal attempt to solicit or
conspire, third-degree felony.
ELonnie Britton Nelson 11
Was served an affidavit and
denied a violation of probation
being served for sell, manulac-.
ture or deliver with intent to
sell a controlled substance. In a
separate case he pleaded not
guilty to criminal attempt to
solicit or conspire, third-degree
felony. ,
i;Tabatha Marie Pattoh
pleaded guilty to possession of:
a controlled substance without
a prescription and adjudication
was withheld She pleaded
guilty to driving under the influ-
ence of alcohol and was adju-
dicated guilty. On the first count
she was sentenced to 18
months probation with the spe-
cial condition that she complete
a counseling program at
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she was sentenced to 12
months probation, to run con-
currently, with the special con-
dition that she enroll in and
complete DUI schoolwithin 30
days and complete a Victim
Impact Panel. Her driver's
license is suspended for five
years and her car is impounded
for 30 days. She was ordered to
pay $518 and $991 in costs and
$100 to the State Attorney's
Office.
Rodolfo Perez pleaded not
guilty to two counts of aggra-
vated battery with a deadly
weapon and three counts of
aggravated assault.
EWandajanie Rolley plead-
ed not guilty to possession of
drugs in a structure or vehicle
with a minor present, with.
knowledge ind criminal
attempt to solicit or conspire,
third-degree felony.
Robert Warren Smith
pleaded guilty to an amended
charge of manufacture of a con-
trolled substance and adjudi-
cation was withheld. He was
sentenced to 60 days in Nassau
County Jail with credit for 16
days served, followed by two
years drug offender probation.
He must have a drug/alcohol.
evaluation within 60-days, fol-
low up with anyrecommended
treatment and undergo random


urinalysis. He was ordered to
pay $518 in court costs and
$100 to the State Attorney's
Office.
A ,-Trimothy Dale Spencer
pleaded guilty to possession of
a controlled substance and adju-
dication was withheld. He was
sentenced to time served in
Nassau County Jail and 18
months drug offender proba-
tion. He must have a drug/alco-
hol evaluation within 60 days,
follow up with any recom-
mended treatment and undergo
random urinalysis. He was
ordered to pay $518 in court
costs, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and $100 to
the State Attorney's Office.
Richard James Strickland
pleaded not guilty to unlawful
sexual activity with a minor.
John Hayden Thomas
pleaded guilty to a lesser
charge of assault with a firearm
and-possession of a firearm con-
cealed weapon by a convicted
felon and was adjudicated
guilty. He was sentenced to five
years in a state prison with
credit'for time. served, with a
three-year minimummandato-
ry,. to run concurrently *fth
another sentence., .He was
ordered to pay $418 in'court
costs, $352'in surcharges and
$100 to the State Attorney's


Office.
A jury trial date of Sept 9
was set for Mark Wade Tyson,
charged with grand theft motor
vehicle, grand theft third-
degree, nmo)re than $300 but less
than $5,000, and sale of a con-
trolled substance.
Gert Vito pleaded not
guilty to possession with intent
to manufacture or sell an imi-
tation controlled substance.
Wanda Nicole Williams
pleaded not guilty to two counts
of sale or delivery cocaine.
William Arline Winbarger
pleaded not guilty to sale of a
controlled substance.
Martin Alan Woods plead-
ed not guilty to burglary of an
unoccupied structure or con-
veyance.
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Customers may reach the office
at 491-7400 or via email at
cs@nassautaxes.com;,





DWo Unaf
Spy r,,-Neu~te


for Baker said, "Ms. Tyson-Shelby
dis- has volunteered to help with
our Youth Forum, which is held
h e in March. During this event, we
hosts have an essay contest and give
ber of away a laptop computer to the
unity top five essayists."
n t s Tyson-Shelbyalso has assist-
d ing ed with the World AIDS Day
fairs, banquet in December, and
n a r s helped to organize and distrib-
rums. ute school supplies at the
1II as group's back to school events.
school "Not only does she volun-
plies. teer with CREED and other
been organizations, but she also
ice its encourages others to do the
same," said Baker. "We are a
ennett small organization and without
- volunteers like Ms. Tyson-
) i, Shelby, who are willing to give
d her of their time and service, we
mos would not be able to exist"
Offee Tyson-Shelby gives of her
time to CREED because she
Sj believes i the good the organ-
OM ization does in her community.
CUt. "It'svery important for those
kiow who may not have any money
and because when they come to us,
they know they're going to be
h helped by someone who will
S not judge them ... someone who
ENTER will help them with referrals to
) anld get them what they need. It's a
2for matter of openness and trust
and availability."
Armed with. master's
degrees ,.in .Exceptional
Education and Guidance
Counseling, the dedicated
teacher spent more than 20
years in St Petersburg, teach-
lI ing Exceptional Student
Education and acting as a guid-
ance counselor and vocational
rehabilitation counselor.
She returned to Fernandina
in 1999 and taught for a year in
Callahan before turning her
hand to volunteer work.
Tyson-Shelby's son Ephrem
lives in Opaleika, Ala., while
another son, Ian. lives in St.
Petersburg.
Leisure activities for the St.
Michael parishioner and grand-
mother of four include reading,
S sewing and enjoying favorite TV
programs. She also has a green
thumb
"I grow bell peppers, okra,
three kinds of tomatoes and
squash. I also have cherry trees
and Japanese plums and citrus.
I love gardening."
To learn more about
CREED, contact Executive
Director Jennett Baker at (904)
556-3363 or email jennettbak-
er200@comcast.neL
re^ b, p ewsleadercom


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OUTDOORS/TIDES


WEDNESDAY. JULY 31,2013
NEWS-LEADER/ FERNANDINA BEACH. FLORIDA


Team Fernandina Stingrays cross finish line at 5-1


In th,-ir fifth im niri,--. i f
the Srason. the Fr-nanrlirna
Stingray" u tre harinded their
only liss by .lack,,nvillr,-'.
Wahuo Swim Team Tni -
Wahoos cami: equipped ,irh
a large contingrnr.y. th:
majrir-v % h'-,m arr year-
round swimm r-s
Although 'jutnunimbrd,
summer league Sringrays
swam strong and ;corrd %'.
points, though not quit..
enough to tup he Wah- .'
662
STaylor Radcliiwl. I2. met
out her goal of setting iy:am
records in six individual
events and set new p.oil :irnl
.team records in both th. 50-
yard backstioke lt0Sli Ind
the 50-yard frcc-stylr i26 jI3
She also set a new t,- amt
*record in thi lt ) individual
medley with a 1-07 15
Jake Drummonrid s-t a nt-%
team record f.r ,-ight-and-
under boys in th.- 1 individ.-
.ual medley with a 1 39 74
Five days, later, the Sting-
rays round-d ,,ut th,- regular
season with a solid win over
the USA Sting'ays 762-420.
S Radcliffe broKle her own
.record in the 50 bac:kstirke
by .1 s'-cond 1:30' 71i and
Christian Purdy added his
nrame l, the record b,.:,k .
anopthelr timre with a new ti-anin
.record in the 15-1 b,-.-l\ 100
"indiviLiual ni'udley it' 11
: The Stingrays IrMund ,uit
the season at the Riv.-r CiO
Swiim Leagur Chanmpionhip.
at Cecil Aquatic-s Centi in
:Jacksonville


The 13- and 14-year-old girls line up for their next
event, above left. Christian Purdy's fly, above, got an A
(time, that is) and he also set a new team record in the
100 freestyle. Matthew Soolloo, below, checks his time
in the 50 backstroke. Grace Garrison, 7, left, is ready
for the start of her 50 freestyle. Felicity Acosta, far left,
finishes her backstroke with a personal best 'B' time.
SIIBMrTED F'H TeS


vBASKFTBA.L


LadyPirates,

Bollesplay

in summer

scrimmage
The Fernandina Beach
High School varsity girls bas-
ketball team traveled to play
Bolles High School Thursday
for a summer scrimmage.
The Lady Pirates fell short 42-
.36 . .
Down by 10 points at half-
time,'the Lady Pirates fought
back to within two with less
than two minutes to go before
the Lady Bulldogs capitalized
on two turnovers to pull' out
the victory.
"The girls played great
defense in the second half,
which helped us have a
chance at the end to win the
game," FBHS Coach Jacob
Nantz said. "I am really proud
of how well the girls are play-
ing and worRing together
right now. They have im-
proved tremendously
through the summer. We are
going to have a really fun var-
sity season this year."
The Lady Pirates were led
by Allysa Ball with 10 points
and two rebounds, Karri
Nantz with 10 points, four
rebounds, three assists and
three blocks and Shanaya
Thompson with eight points,
four rebounds and two,
blocks.
Follow the Lady Pirate
high school and middle
school teams at www.ladypi-
ratesbasketball.org.


*Brand new Facilityl ,Dance/Art/Karate Studios; V FISHING
*Video Surveillance/Monitoring Summer Dance/Karate Camps & Rodeo is set
Ke pa Enr PAfter School Program @ The Vibe
*Key pad Entry for Parents *Transportation Provided for Sat rd
*Highly qualified and loving Teachers Before and After. School for Saturday
o~efre ad Afer ShoolThe 2013 Fernandina
*Home Cooked Breakfast, Lunch & Snack 'Episcopal & School Readiness Accepted Beach Fishing Rodeo is
*Episcopal School Accepted 'Saturday at the Fernandina
FREE VPK State Funded for all 4 yr olds Music & Creative movement Harbor Marina There is a
Unkskingfish division, inshore/off-
'Unks To Literacy Curriculum *Art/Theater/Drama Classes shore division and kayakdivi-
*Summer Programs/Field Trips *Shrimp Parade Percipient siot; fish both the kingfish
MDdivision and the inshore/off-
-shore division. Visit www.
ofishnsfa.com.
The inaugural Amelia
Island Bait and Tackle Red
Snapper Fishing Tournament
will be held Aug. 24-25, with
Saturday the main day and
Sunday the weather day. The
red snapper season will open
for only four days in August.
The tournament is open to all
fishermen, large and small
boats, with all proceeds going
to payouts. Call Capt. Jim
'Johnson at 277-0775.
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OUTDOORS


WEDNESDAY. JULY 31.2013 SPORTS News-Leader


Big bi

"Fishing is red hot off-
shore and the beach fishing
for kingfish is excellent too,"
,Capt. Allen Mills said. "Just
this past Sunday, Perry
Penland Jr. landed a 34-pound
kingfish while fishing aboard
may charter
fishing boat,
the 'Wahoo
IVI.' believe
we will have
an excellent
showing for
This week-
end's annual
Fernandina
OUTDOORS 'beach
Fishing
Rodeo
Tr&yLacoss "Also fac-
tor in that,
the weather-is looking more
favorable for good fishing
conditions as Tropical Storm
Dorian has weakened."
Area sport fishing boats
have .been doing well all sum-
mer while targeting kiiigfish
Sand cobia at offshore fish
havens. Stable weather pat-
terns and an excellent supply
ofrbaitfish, including Spanish,
Ssa.rdines, glass minnows and
cigar minnows, have been
plentiful for gamefish to feed
on.
Good nutinbers of large
pogies have also attracted
both cobia and tournament-
size kingfish along the beach-
es of Amelia Island.
Reportedly kingfish in the 20-
to 30-pound class have
already been caught this sqm-
mer while slow trolling
pogies and dead riobbonfish
close to the pristine beaches
,f Amelia Island,
The Nassau Sdund area
continues to hold the best.
,concentrations of nearshore
king mackerel, particularly
during the flooding tide.
A flood tide on tournament
day will arrive at 7 a.m., great-
ing'ide.al conditions for target-
S ing beach kingfish early. After
mid-morning, tournament
teams will have the option to
Srun offshore and sldw troll
kingfish baits at live bottom
reefs.,
"Some of the best king
fishing has been coming from
1"-20 miles offshore,- Mills
said. "We have actually been
catching most of our kingfish,
including Perry Penland's big
king, while trolling frozen
popsicles."
Area sport fishermen
Soften call dead cigar minnows
* "frozen Popsicles." Storing a ."
Couple of five-pound boxes of
frozen cigar, minnows on your
kingfish boat is always.an
excellent idea, just in case
live menhaden .orlive cigar;.
minnows are hard to come
by. "
Thisiweekend some tour-
. nament teams will more than
likely navigate south to the
Red Tops as well, where the
winning kingfish were caught
during the 33rd annual
SGreater Jacksonville Kingfish
Tournament.
Tournament teams will
also run faroffshore todeep
live bottom areas, including
the Elton Bottom, where
giant kingfish weighing to 50
pounds are always a possibili-
ty.
The Elton Bottom is some
43 miles offshore of Amelia
Island with depths 6f water to
100 plus feet
The big attraction to tour-
nament-grade kingfish is the
abundant supply of large blue
runners. Blue runners can be
jigged up with bucktail jigs
: then typically are fished deep
from 40-70 feet with the aid of
downriggers.


"Lastyear we had some 99
paid entries," Nassau i.Sport
Fishing Association's John
Hartrich said. This coming


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weekend we are hopingfora'n Barry Campbell will be run-
better showing with the good ning our silent and live auc-
weather and fishing predict- tion and lots of items includ-
ed. Also keep in mindthat ing local art will be auctioned
off.


FERNANOINA BEAC.I TIDES'
: Tldes, Sun & Moon: July 31-August,7,2013


ed. Moonre 1,37A Hlh 412A 5.58' Sun
Fed. Sunrise &43A Low 10:'18A 0.71' Sun.
f31 Moonset 3:34P Hoh 454P 6.28' 8/04
Sunset 8:20P LowII:07P 1.31'
Mur. oonrise 20A H i "5.45' M on.
Sunrise &-43A Law I1I:IOA 0.74'
r01 Moonset 42SP ,49P 6.30 8/05
Sunset 820P &49P 6.30
S Moonrism 3.07A Low I12.0OA 1.25'
Sunrise S44A 603A 5.45' Tues.
2 Moonet :3 w 12. 0.71' 8/06
(02 Sunset 8:19P HO &.41P 6.39'
a Moonrise 3.56A Low IZ'49A I.I I'
at Sunrise &4sAHk65A 5. W ed.
03 "oo s Sp Low 49P 6.62' 8/07
Sunset a:18P H1 gh 7 "8P 652' ,-


Tide calculations are for Amelia Rlver, Fernandina Beach. No
Sun &f Moon a & P4tl oim calculatJd for FasandIna maBui, although actial tl

We 'W#a*r*aful


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Moonrise
Sunrise
Moonset
Sunset,


4.47A Low 135A .0.91'
6:4SAk Hi 7:44A 5.68'
6:40P Loaw 136P. 0.49'
8:WP Hhi &12,P 6.65'


Moonrise 5:39A Low 2.I7A 0.70'
Sunrise 6A46A High &30A 5.83'
Moonset 7:19P Low 220P 0.36'
Sunset &16P High 854P 6.75'
Moonrise 6.33A Low 2W16A 0.50'
Sunrise 6:46A Hi 9.14A '5.96'
New Moon 551IP ..
Moonset 7:S6P Low 3llP 0.26
Sunset 8:ISP Hoi 933P 6:78'


"I would also like to point
out that the public is invited.
We will have refreshments, .
barbecue and the popular
local band Flashback willbe
entertaining on Saturday.
S"A big key to our fish
club's success this year has
been the increase in member-
ship. The Nassau Sport
Fishing Association now has
125 members, which is the
Most members thatwe have
had in a long time."
Major sponsors in this
year's tournament include the
Omrii Amelia Island Planta-
tion, Budweiser, Jet Blue and


-:the News-Leader.
A prize of $10,000 will'be
paid to the team that weighs
Sin the largest kingfish. There
will also be 10 places paid in
the largest kingfish category.
The small boat class, 23 feet
and under, will compete for
first and second place as will
the youth and lady anglers.
The inshore and offshore
fishing rodeo portion will pay
for first through third places
in the categories of cobia,
wahoo, dolphin, sea bass,
sheepshead, sea trout and
redfish. There will also be a
special award for the redfish
with the most spots.
This year aspkclal kayak
division will compete for
three places, including sea
trout, flounder and redfish.


Also included is largesfslam'
which includes .each' one of
the above species hneasured'
in-inches.
The popular event gets
under way on Friday with.reg-
istration opening at 5 p.m.
The public barbecue and cap
tain's meeting are at 7 p.m.
Sounds on Centre with live
music is from 6-8 p.m. On -
Saturday fishing opens at 6:30
a.m. with the weigh-in closing
at 5 p.m.
The public is invited to .
come and witness the excit-
ing weigh-in, delicious barbe-
cue, entertainment by the
"Flashback" band and the
awards and raffle.
For information on the
tournament, contact Karl
Mrozek at 261-3332.


Sunrise. 647A t Low 3:_A 032'
Moonrise 7127A Hgh 955A 6.06'
Sunset 8:15P Low 3:41P 0.20
Moonrise 831P f I' jlfti P 6.75- 1
corrections ame necessary. O N. '.L.,IT T E ^HH I ^H*R '
knes may vuir. becauw of land nsms** ^ ^ ^ ^ *


X" g9SPAY NE UTER
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S0great K A Public Service Announcement by The
.r... News-Leader


te predicted for Fishing Rodeo


2009 winners Bob Johnson,
above left, and Keith Lane
came to the weigh-in with this
giant 48.64-pound king mack-
erel. Perry Penland Jr., right,
fished with Capt. Allen Mills
aboard the "Wahoo II" charter
fishing boat recently and boat-
ed this nice kingfish, tipping
the scales at 34 pounds. Mills
predicts excellent fishing con-
ditions for this weekend's fish-
ing tournament. Cobia are eli-
gible for big cash awards
during this weekend's 31st
annual Fernandina Beach
Fishing Rodeo. Scott Hood,
left, caught this nice cobia
recently while fishing with
Capt. Terry David Lacoss
aboard the charter fishing
boat "Amelia Angler II."
Barbara Ann Adcox, below; ,-
fished with her husband John
last year aboard the "Barbara
Anni" and took first place with
a 35-pound kingfish.
SPECIAL PHOTOS


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 31.2013 SPORTS News-Leader


GOLF SCHOLARSHIP


,SUBMrrrED
Cailee Crane, a 2012 graduate of Fernandina Beach High School, has signed to play golf on scholarship at Brewton Parker College in Mt.
;ernon, Ga. Crane played softball for the Lady Pirates for three years as her main sport but took up golf her sophomore year and fell in love,
ith the sport. "I am very thankful and fortunate for this opportunity," Crane said. "I have worked very hard to improve my game since leaving
-high school. I want to personally thank my high school coach, Coach Tee, for giving me the encouragement and belief that I can accomplish my
-goals with hard work and determination." Pictured, from left, are Brewton Parker Coach' Frank Palmer, Coach Mark Davidson, Crane, her
father Joey Crane and FBHS Coach Christina (Tee) Steffen.


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.SpeclOtym csswmmeet
SSpecial Olympics Nassau County will be hosting
the county swim meet Aug 2 at 6 p m at the
:.McArthur Faminly YMCA in Fernandina Beach. The
:team is comprised of more than 30 swimmers.
-. Nassau County will also be hosting the area
4.wm meet, which-is usually held at the University c
:North Florida Five counties will compete Aug. 24 a
;the YMCA Warm-ups and opening ceremonies
tartt at 8 a.m. with events beginning at 9 a m.
.Volunteers for timing, concessions, recording
results and placing swimmers are needed Contact
S:M6Ronica Ravenell at MoronicaRavenell@ yahoo
:com or 557-8309 .

-ElmStreetbanquet -
Elm Street Little League will hold its banquet for
players and parents at 4 p.m Aug 4 at the MLK
Center. Call 753-1663 for information

FBHSyouth cheer programs
Fernandina Beach High School cheerleadming wi
S be offering the following the Little Pirates mascot
.program for ages 3-11 to cheer at home football
Games Cost is $100 plus the cost of a uniform
S Registration is Aug 13 from 5 30-6 30 p m. ,
. :The FBHS cheerleaders will also offer compenr-
; : tion cheer, a program designed to introduce ages 1
: and under to competition (two teams ). Registration
and informational meeting is Aug 15 at 5.30 p m
Programs and registrations will be held at FBHS
,, Building 2 (behind FBMS).

:Senior, Christan bowling leagues
A senior league bowling is offered at 9 30 a m.n
SWednesdays at Nassau Bowling off US 17 in Yulee
'-The group also meets for Christian league bowling
.at 6 p m Thursdays

Soccer volunmteers sought
; Amelia Island Youth Soccer is a 100 percent vol-
unteer-run club always looking to fill vacant board


RECREATIO

The city of Fernandina
.-Beach Recreation Depart-
ment (wwwfbfl us) offers.
- Fall adult softball registra-L
S:tion is through Aug 19 for re-
S:.creational co-ed (ASA rules,
B/4 male-to-famale ratio.
S. men's aluminum bat rule,
Games Mondays). open co-ed
S (ASA rules, 6/4 male-to-fe-
S' male ratio, games Wednes-
days) and men's (USSSA
Rules, games Thursdays)..,
STeam fees are $275 and due, '
SAug 19. Two-game forfeit fee
; of $72 due Sept, 6. Pay at
Atlantic Center. Mandatory
captains meeting :at 6:30 p.m.
SAug. 22 at the Atlantic Center.
SContact Jason at 277-7256 or
Sjbro6Vn@fbfI.org or visit www.
Sleaquelineup. com/fbflsoftball.
Mini-toumrnament one-
Spitch adult softball touma-
ments on two Wednesdays
Super month in August, Touma-
ment dates areAug. 7 (men)
Sand Aug. 21 (co-pd). ASA
Rules, 35-minute time limit, six-
: team maximum; $125 cash
entry tournament nights: Visit
!www.leaguelineup.com/fbfls-
fotball or contact Jason Brown
at 277-7256 or jbrown@fbfl. -
org. -
Indoor soccer Wednes-
.days from 6:8 p.m. at Peck
Gym. Fee is $2.for city resi-
dents, $5 non-city.
Summer group swimming
lessons registration is open at
the Atlantic Avenue Recrea-
.tion Center. American Red
bCross levels -2 and stroke
clinics (one week), fee is $40.
city residents; $50 non-city.
Levels 3-4 (two weeks), fee is
$55 city and $68 non-city.
Yogapod flow classes are
.the Peck Center Tuesdays,
'Wednesdays and Thursdays
from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Yoga-
pods and round yoga pads
are provided. Sunrise beach
yoga classes are from 7:30-. -
A:30 a.m. Tuesday at beach
:access No. 9. Cost is $7 per
'class or $30 for five for city
:residents; $8 per class or $35
*for five for non-city Contact .
':Brenda Kayne at 548-3224 or
:bckayne@yogapod. net.
Atlantic Center fitness
room offers Precor-treadmills
.and elliptical machines, Star
'Trac bikes, Hammer Strength
.plate loaded fitness machines
,,and Magnum Fitness Ban-


SPORTS SHORTS
member positions The club is currently looking to
fill the positions of registrar treasurer, secretary and
Referee assignor All interested should mail
board@aiysoccer com .

Sign up for PopWamer
if Registration for the 20.13 Fernandina Beach Pop
t Warner football season is open for all players and
cheerleaders Cost to register is $150 Practices
start Aug. 1; the jamboree is slated for Aug. 17
Board members, coaches and volunteers are need-
ed. Contact President Spurgeon Richardson at 583-
; 2598 or spurge@libertydevelopment.com or visit
www leaguehlineup.comAbpwa.

FaFl bllsl sign-ups
The open registration period for Fernandina
Beach Babe Ruth fall baseball runs through Sept
15 The fall ball season runs until' the week before
Thanksgiving with a cost of $65 per player Sign up
at FBBRL com Fall baseball is a less-intense sea-
1 son focused more on Instruction and less on com-
petition' Teams will playing both Fernandina and
Jacksonville against some local teams

YMCAsbccezwoklieybai
Registration has begun f6r the McArthur Family
1 YMCA's fatl youth sports Cost is $65 for members
and $120 for non-members Seasons begin the
week of Sept 2 and extend through October All
participants receive a jersey and commemorative
trophy. Soccer for ages 5-12 runs at both the
Fernandina Beach and Yulee sites. Tuesday will
be practice days with games on Friday evenings
Volleyball is for ages 8-15 years, Monday practices
with games Thursdays. Call Nicole Brown at 261-
1080 for information

SFBHS -Haloflf*e '
Fernandina BeaacHigh School is now accepting
nominees for its 2013 Hall of Fame class Criteria is
for alumni and former staff and includes excellence


NROUNDIJP,

gular Series machines Open
Monday through Friday from
730am to7pm forages
13 and up (13-15 with adult
supervision; ages 16-17 unsu-
pervised with waiver). Fee is
$3 a day for city residents, $5
non-city; $25/31 per month;
$120/150 for six months, or
$180/225 for a year
Open basketball is Mon-
days, Wednesdays and
Thursday from 11' a m. to 7
p m, Tuesdays and Fridays
from 11 am to 5 p m: and
Saturday from 11 am. to 4
p m at Peck Gym based on
court availability
Adult volleyball is from 7-
9 p.m Tuesdays and Fridays
at Peck Gym Cost is $2 per
day for city residents ($5 non).
Youth volleyball is from 3-5
p m. Tuesday and Friday Fee
is $2 (city). $5 (non-city)
SPeck Gym weight room is
open from 11 a m to 7 p.m
Monday through Fnday Cost
is $3 a day, $25 a month for
city residents ($31.25 non-
city), $120 forsixth months
($150 non-city)'or $180 for 12
months ($225 non-city). Per-
sonal training is available; $30
per session, $75 per week
(three sessions) or $200 a
:month (two sessions a week).
Dietary analysis and food pro-
gram. Call Jay at 277-7364
SPrivate swimming les-
sons for children ages two
and up and adults irn 30-mi-
nute sessions cost $20 for city
residents, $25 for non-city;
four-pack $60 for city and $75
non-city; eight-back $100 for
city residents and $125 for
non-city.
'Femrnandina Beach Scuba
Club meets at 6 p.m. the third
Tuesday at.the Atlantic Ave-
nue Recreation Center. Call
Kathy Russell, 753-1143, or
email krussell@fbfl.org.
Aqua 1 water aerobics is
from 10-10:55 a.m. weekdays
at the Atlantic Avenue Recrea-
tion Center pool. Deep water
aerobics (aqua fitness belts
required) is.Mondays, Wed-
nesdays and Fridays from 11-
11:55 a.m. Cost is $50 per
month (city residents) and
$62.50 (non-city) for one class
per day; $60 (city residents).
and $75 (non-city) for two
classes; or $5 for one class, .
$10 for two.


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" in athletics, one's trade or profession or as a mem-
ber of society in the form of community service or
leadership. This year's class will be inducted at the
FBHS homecomingon Oct. 1 ..
SMore criteria and applications are available *
online under the alumni section at www fernandi-
nahigh.com or at the school Contact Rob Hicks at
Srobert hicks@nassau k12 f us.

Flyingdub seeks members
SThe Amelia Island Light Sport Rying Club is
looking for a few more members Membership is ini-
tially limited to 12 full partners The group has iden-
titied an aircraft (Paradise P-1 for purchase and is
ready to begin flight operations once the purchase
is finalized If flying for less than $100 per hour, low
monthly dues and no FAA medical certificate
requirement interests you, call Sam Lane at (904)
624-0650 or Mickey Baity at 556-6136

'Afterthe Heat Games
Continuing weekly on Thursdays through Aug.
22, Amelia Shotgun Sports is hosting After the Heat
Games Games begin at 5.50 p m and end at 8
p m and will include Annies. Buddys and Miss-n-
Out Cost is $3 per person per game, $1 to the club
and $2 to the pot Twelve or less winner lakes all,
13-18 is a 60/40 split; and 18 plus is 40/30/20/10
split; $2 buy backs just one per game per shooter)
Shell size-7 1/2-9 shot only.
Amelia Shotgun Sports is located at 86300 Hot
Shot Trail in Yulee. Call 548-9818 or visit
www ameliashotgunsports comn.

BoulesOub
Amelia 'Island Boules Club holds petanque pick-
up games Saturdays at 9 30 a m, Wed-nesdays at
4 30 p m and Thursdays at 3 30 p m at the Central
Park-. courts at the corner;qAqjp-itic Avenue and
Souith:,l 'rt.Sireet PeianqCaY-.Ionk) is a cousin
of both Iorseshoes and bocce, the Italian bowling "
game. The public is always welcome to join Call
491-1190 for information


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in blitz

Wednesday was another
goqd day at the course with
36 players competing in last
week's blitz at the Fernandina
Beach Golf Club. Sammy
Alvarnz (75, plus 10) took top
honors. Second was Michael
Kaufman (82, plus 8). Two
tied for third at plus 7 -John
Bray (80) and Chuck Helen-
brook (89).
First-place team included
Alvarez, Don Cheshire (80,
plus 4), Carl Galpin (82, plus
2) andCharlie Kicklighter
(82, plus 1): In second were
Jim Dunphy (81, plus 6), Joe
Parrish (70, plus 5), Mike.
Lovejoy (83, plus 4), Bob
Dorsey (86, minus 2) and
Terry Lacoss (88, minus 2).
Third went to Bray, Jerry
Hudgins (92, plus 1), Charlie
Benefield (100, plus 1) and
DougWolfe (89, even).
Taking fourth were Kaufman,
Jody Greene- (79; minus i),
Tomn Harmon (88, minus 2)
and David McCullough (y9,
minus 3). "
Friday was just as, nice
with another 36 players. Tom
Roberts (73. plus 13.) was the "
. lead player, Ronnie Boatright
(74, plus 9) was second and
third was Hydie Peterson (71',
plus 6).
First-place team included
Roberts, Dave Mudd (91, plus
3). Frank Finocchio (92.
minus 1) and Bob GCerth 1101,.
minus 4). Boatright,
I'etirson, Tom Wur tz ()0.
minus 2) and Bob Dursi-y (s7, '"'
minus 4) teamed up lO' ec-
ond.
Mike Lovejoy 182. pIus 5j,
Shannon Barry (.83. plus 3'.
Doug Wolfe (91, minus 2)i and
Maury Foreman (98, minus
3) tied for third with Jerry
Hudgins (89, plus 3), Butch
Beard (98, plus 3). .D.D. '
Miller (102. minus 1) and
John Genovese (88, mininus 2,).

ALStoumey
The ninth annual ALS
Amelia Island Golf Classic is
Aug. 2 at Long Poinl at the
Amelia Island Club Picired_ ."
benefit thin ALS Ass .ociation,r
FlI',ida Chpt,:' r Sh,,tgun
start is at I1 5.mn Visit www
ALSG,[flAm,-lia.cni i i call
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PRO GOLF WEEKLY UPDATE

Golf News s, Tis, Trivia & Stats


Firestone CC(South Couse) The Bridgestone Invitational is part
Akron, Ohio of the World Golf Championships
7.400 yards, Par 70 set that became a fixture on the PGA
STour in 1999. Irn general, any player
Defending: Keegan Bradle in the top 50 oF the Official World
Wirmnning Score: 13-under par Golf Rankings is eligible to play.
Winning Share: 4,-/ Also, all members or the Presidents
Cup and Ryder Cup teams can participate and all previous winners
from the Bridgestone Invitational will be extended an invitation
to play., The tournament is played at Firestone Country Club in
Akron, Ohio. The par-5 16th hole is the most famous at Firestone.
given the nickname The Monster" years ago by Arnold Palmer.


PGA EBenr WGC Bridgestone Invitational
Bv Time Network
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Sat, 8/3 ." -,2pm-6pm CBS
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Tiger Woods. has won -I he Bridgestone
invitational seven times. Greg Nomany
won t twAice. Whojs the only other golfer .4
to win the tournament multiple times?
a) Angel Cabrera c) Lee Trevino
b) Jose Maria Olazabaf d) ChiChi Rodr"Iguez
Answer: b) Jose Maria QOjazabal won thi
Biidgestone Invitational in 1990 and 1994.


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S. Canadian Open on Sunday
for his second PGA Tour tile
of the year, dosing with a
2-under 70 for a three-stroke victory.
The sis-time PGA Tour winner also
won Ihe Pebble Beach National Pro-
Am in February. Dustin Johnson,


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William McGirt, Matt Kuchar and Jason Bohn tied for second.
Johnson was tied for the lead after a birdie on No. 16. then drove
out of bounds and hit the lip of a fairway bunker en route to a triple-
bogey 7 on the par-4 1,7th. He finished with a 70.


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a two-shot lead at the Canadian ___ft__
'.. Open when he withdrew from
the tournament on Saturday to
return to Dallas where his wife, Kandi, was
about to give birth to the couple's first child.
The baby wasn't due for a few weeks, but
his phone rang Saturday morning, while he ..
was warming up on the practice range. His 1)
wife was in labor, her water had broken. 2A
"Kandi and I are thrilled about the addition,
to the Mahan family and we- look forward to 2)
returning to the RBC. Canadian Open in the 2,2
coming years." Mahan made it to the hospital M 3)
in time to welcome his new daughter, Zoe' 2.1
Olivia Mahan, into--the world. .


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Turned Professional: 2004
World Ranking: 7th
2013 PGA Earnings: $4,829.911
PGA Tour Wins: 6

Through July 28, 2013
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Matt Kuchar
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Brandt Snedeker
178pts. / 8toptens
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WEDNESDAY. JULY 31.2013
NEWS-LEADER / FERNANDINA BEACH. FL


Windshield time on the long and winding road trip
SThe Big Guy and I just drove' like many of that time and place, changed. No need for maps with books and enjoy getting value our windshield time. As we
S1,300 miles. We are still speaking. took long trips. It was the era of a trusty GPS leading us along the immersed in a mystery as we tick travel,.we are reminded that.
A After much debate.ab'ut whether Howard Johnson and motels!' Big way with voice directions and a off miles. John Grisham traveled there are so many beautiful parts
to fly pr drive to Mai'e-for our Guy had one brother and I had map that moves along as we do. with us this year. He spins great of our country that we have
annual getaway, we decided driv-, one sister. We both remember Ours is Gertrude and that girl is stories. never seen. As we drive north
Sing offered the mrost plusses. the shoving matches that would intrepid. She patiently leads us Getting ready to travel, we each year, we love our time driv-
.Best, our dog, Ogle-thorpe, could ensue in the back seat as'we trav- through U-turns if we have not pack a cooler with water and ing through the amazing
Scome-along. We are seasoned eled endless mile after endless heeded her original directions. If healthy snacks. We try not to be Shenandoah Valley. We catch up
--travelers so have our drill down. mile. At a certain point the driver, it is near meal time she can help lured by highway fast food. No and manage to finish many con-
The Big Guy starts weeks ahead the.father, would threaten to.pull us find the perfect place to eat. milk shakes. No French fries, versations that somehow never
:ROM of any long-distance trip. Maps ,the car over and you knew you Crave Mexican? Gertrude deliv- Subway is a favored stop. We get finished at home. We always
H spread out on the dining room were in big trouble. The car trips ers (not the food, just the direc- take turns driving. Big Guy's have fun no matter the destina-
v av "table. Yellow markers tracing the were above all family time. Now tions).' turns are longer, which is fine tion oi assigned seats.
SPORCH 'planned route. The piles grow as families have entire entertain- We do like our technology and with me. I famously fall asleep as Dickie Anderson welcomes your
---. things we wanttop be sure to take ,ment centers in their cars. Kids are quick to pack our iPads, soon as a car is in motion. No comments. Books are available at
,Dick ie"' *are added.. .. ..'. a-replugged into games and iPhones, computers. One bag has sparkling conversation from this local book and gift stores or online
d ie n We both remember car trips videos. all the unique connectors each girl, at www.dickieanderson. com.
SAnderson of our youth. Both our families, Times have certainly machine requires. Wepack audio We do love our road tripsand dickieanderson@gmail.com
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[ i [COMMUNIY C B, L


Leadership alumni
celebrate
On July 11, the Leader-
ship Nassau Alumni
Associates, Inc. enjoyed
drinks, nibbles and net-
working at San Jose Grill in
Yulee. "Nassau County
Trivia" was conducted by
Scott Herring, president of
the organization, to an
enthusiastic (and mostly
correct) response.
Participation on the
Leadership Nassau Steering
Committee and Retreat for
Class 14 was solicited by
Noelle Perry. N 7-
Leadership Nassau -.
Alumni Associatiotn, Inc. is
a new organization com-
posed of all who have been
through the Chamber'of
Commerce's Leadership.
Nassau program, founded in
2000. The objective of
S Leadership Nassau is to
assist in the development of
community leaders by pro-
viding participants from
S diverse backgrounds with
an understanding of the
problems, opportunities
and issues facing the com-
munity.
The purpose of the
Leadership Nassau Alumni
Association, Inc. is to pro-
vide a network to support
the Leadership Nassau pro-
gram and assist graduates
in assuming active leader-
ship roles in local organiza-
tions. The Alumni
Association is actively seek-
ing current contact informa-
tion from Leadership
Nassau graduates t'o ensure
Alumni .are kept breast of
opportunities to support-the
Leadership program and
attend future Alumni events.
For those not on the current
email list, email contact@
leadershipnassau.com.
The Leadership Nassau
Alumni website is currently
under construction. All
graduates of the program
are encouraged t6o send .
their biographiesand per-".
sonal photographs to web-
master Nathaniel Bell at
Nateb4@gmafllm.., "
The next Leadership
Nassau Alumni Social. is
scheduled for the fall. "
Enjoying the summer get-
together, clockwise from
top, are Gtant Jones, :
Shanea Jones and Scott '
Herring; Don'and Sue
Hughes; Joyce Jones and .
Mark Dennis; and Coleen
Bell; Craig Cherrin and ."
baby Zach.; .' r". ,) OT"'"'
SUBMrITD PHOTOS


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Parkinson's expert
Lee Collins, Michael Okun, MRD.. and Janice Ancrum, executive director of the .
Council on Aging, from left, attend a public event recendy featuring Okun, a leading
exp`erinthe tre trii 'P ison'Id ate'rd th alutlior'lf'i) Se ktl '( -H
Happier, Life.,Okun visited the Council on Aging to'discu'ss the latest iifoihtibiiin ohn -
Parldnson's disease.
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Paul Harris Plus One
The Fernandina Beach.
Rotary Club a 100 per-
cent Paul Harris Fellow
Club was pleased to rec-
ognize Dr. Dorothy Lord as
the recipient of her second
Paul Harris Fellowship,
also known as t e Paul
Harris Plus One. Lord,
left, received the honor .
from Rotary International
in appreciation of her con-
tribution of more than
S 1,000 to the Rotary .
Foundation. Club '
President Shannon Brown,
right, who presented Lord :
with her Fellowship Award
and sapphire pin, thanked
her for supporting the
Rotary Foundation's many
programs that result in
beneficial changes around
the world by providing bet-
ter living conditions, health.
care and educational
opportunities for people in
need.
PHOTO BY MELANIE FERKEIRA .
FOR THEE NWsLEADER


SUBMITTED .
Atnomeytalk
Nassau County Attorney David Halhnan was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of
the Fernandina Beach Kiwanis Club. Hallmnan, who has served the county since
February 2007, is a former president of the Florida Association of County -
Attorneys. He spoke about the county budget, the fire fee (now history) and the
duties of his office. Hallman's staff, which he calls his "unsung heroes," together
has over 100 years' experience with the county. They are Joyce Bradley, senior exec-
utive legal assistant, Charlotte Young, contract manager, and Chili Pope, human
resources director. Hallman, right, is pictured with the Kiwanis Club Vice President
Steve Scruggs.


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WEDNESDAY. JULY 31.2013 AROUND TOWN News-Leader


FortheNews-Leader

The Barnabas Center has
acquired the building at 1303
.Jasmine St. to consolidate its
multiple program locations into
one facility. Renovations are "
under way, and when complete,
this new facility will allow
Barnabas to provide a more
efficient and effective service
delivery process-for meetifig.
both the current and future
needs of the community.
The agency's crisis assis-
tance and food pantry pro-
grams will expand, and its
health care programs will grow
to serve as a "medical home"
for residents in need of primary
medical, dentaland behavioral
health care services. Over the
past few years, the agency has
experienced an extraordinary
increase in demandffpr its serv- V
*ices, serving more than 5,000 ,
,individuals last year alone; F
more than a third of them were -
S: children. .
-. .In January, .Barnabas an-
nounced its 'Building More -
S Room for Compassion" cam-
paign and its goal of raising
; $1,250,000. With the iivest-
ment and help of the commu-
nity, Barnabas has raised
$852,0(M toward that goal In
SFebruary of this year, the
agency was awarded a S100,000 t
challengegrant by the Weaver r
Family Foundation and was c
able to meet the challenge in 11 f
weeks. Inspired by their suc- '$
cess, Delores Weaver, through r
.. the Delores Barr Weaver Fund, le
awarded Barnabas an addi- '
tio'nal $250,000 challenge grant:
for establishing, a building', s



LIERARY

LEANINGS

Library board
S The Nassau County
.:. Library Advisory Board will
/ meet Aug. 20 from 3-5 p.m. at
the Yulee branch library,
: FSCJ/Nassau Center at 76346
William Burgess Blvd, Yulee. "
The public is invited to attend.
SPersons with disabilities
requiring accommodations in
ordero participate should
contact the library at 277-7365
or-the Florida, RelaySei'%ieeatft?
1-800-9558771 al least five,.. :T
days in advance. ,.:
Adult program
This year the Nassau
County Library System has a
summer reading program for!
Sgrown-ups. Ground Breaking
S Reads invites adults to read,
Write short reviews and enter
weekly drawings. Each adult
Sage 19 and older can submit
up to three reviews per, week
through Aug. 12. Each review
Srepresents:one entry-for the
drawings and will serve'as a
raffle ticket foir prizes to be
S awarded at the grand finale '
difinnr and,movie celebration:
ponAug.:29atfCafe Karibo.
Donated prize include an
SApple iPad, a Kindle Fire anid
Paper White,.movie tickets,
dining at l6calrestaurants,'-.
Sand more.
Just consultthe list of nov-
Sels aid.works of non-fiction
on the list of recommended
reading on the library's web-
site at www.nassaureads.com.
Any book read (print, eBooks,
audio books, Playaway) quali-
fies as an entry for the weekly
drawing. Each participant also
receives one entryfor the
final grand prize drawing.
; Findmore information and
"register at www.nassaureads.
corn. All participants .will
receive a bookmark with the
Ground Breaking Reads logo,
while supplies last '
FOLbookdub
The Friends of the Library
Book Club meets at 7 p.m. on
the second Thursday of every
month in the parlor room of
St. Peter's Episcopal Church,
801 Atlantic Ave., Fernandina'
Beach, with moderators
Marilyn and Norman Wesley.
New members are always wel-
come.
August will feature The
Tiger's Wife by Tea Obrecht;
September, Tenth of Decem-
ber Stories by George Saun-
ders; October, The Reluctant


Fundamentalists by Mohsim
Hamid; November, Call it
Sleep by. Henry Roth;,Decem-
ber, The Book of Salt by
Monique Truong; and
January, Let the Great World
Spin by Colum McCann.
LitriereadeMs
The Book Loft, 214 Centre
St, hosts Story Time on the
second Monday .of the month
at 10,30 a.m. Puppet friend
Barnacle,Bart helps with the
stories and the children enjoy
songs, crafts and great chil-
dren's literature. Call 261-8991
for information.


S ... :*. .SUBMfIn T-
Vanda Lanier, Craig True and Julia Taylor, from left, pose for a photograph as
Barnabas Center begins renovations of its new building at 1303 Jasimine St.,
ernandina Beach. ,


In February, Barnabas Center was awardeG
a $100000 challenge grant by the Weaver
Family Foundation and was able to meet thi
challenge in h11 weeks. ,


I -,
maintenance reser'
iew grant will match
dollar, all donatio
or the building fu
$65,800 has been
matched toward ti
enge. .
Wanda Lanier
director of Barna
stated, "We apprec


Farnmersm


., --5 .. T. '.- .... '.....
ve fund. ThN standing support we've recei'
ch, dollar for ed from our community,
ns received reflects the cordmunity's bell
nd. To date, in our mission and vision an
raised.and the important work we're doin
he newchal- to serve our neighbors i
'- need.,", :'-
, executive Barnabas Center lih
bas Center, achieved a four-star rating froi
iate the out- Charity Navigator for its soun


HOME & GAR
[arkets '^.".*: *^ **


Communities across America are cele-
brating farmers niarkets and their role in ;'
increasing access to fresh, nutritious food; .
and building stronger social atmospheres
that help keep communities strong. '--
United States Secretary of Agriculture
Tom Vilsack has proclaimed Aug. 4-10,2013
as National Farmers Market Week and the
Fernandina Beach Market Place is kicking
off this exciting proclamation on Aug. 3 from
9a.m.-l p.m on North Seventh Street in
downtown Fernandina. .
This year marks the 14th annual National
Farmers Market Week Since 2000. the num-
, ]fr a emm aarkets.bas-grown 150 per- ,.
cetit, and these numbers continue to rise as
farmers markets become fresh food main- .
stays for shoppers across all socio-economic. "
political and ethnic ranges. Farmers markets
bolster local economies, improve community
health and bring diverse groups of people
together through a shared social space.
The Fernandina Beach Market Place
invites you to bring a friend to the market
Saturday and introduce them to what you
love about your local farmers' mrarket- The
vendors sell a wide variety of products
including beans, beef, breads, cabbage,
cucumbers, dairy, desserts, dips, eggplant, "
herbs, honey, jams, lettuce, melons, pasta,
shrimp, soups, tapinades and so much more.
"Farmers markets grow healthy farms,
healthy people and healthy communities,"
said Stacy Miller, past executive director of
the Farmers Market Coalition. ;'"
The Fernandina Beach Market Place is
open every Saturday, rain or shine, from 9
a.m. until 1 p.m. on North Seventh Street on
Amelia Island. Well-behaved pets are wel-
come, too. For more information visit
FernandinaBeachMarketPlace.com, find
them on Facebook or call 557-8229.

SBatch 501 is introducing several new rubs
at the Amelia Farmers MarketL The
Backyard Rub, which works wellwith smok-
ing' meats, is a sweet spice thathasbeen
recreated using all natural sugar: The new
Salmon Gril'Rub has a.c6ffee base and is
great to use with salmon or steaks an'd also
Snew is the-Bayou Rub, hinting of Louisiana
with paprika and. is just the right blend as a
blackening rub for fish. The very popular
Batch 501 Original Sauce is hahdcraflted in
small batches with a subtle sweetness
backed with a lasting heat that compliments
a variety of breakfast dishes, grilled meats or
seafood. Batch 501 has now created an all-
gluten free line of products.
Also at the market Aug. 3 will be Clean .
Ridge Soap Company with all hand-crafted
and hand-poured soaps, lotions, balms, dif-
fusers and custom soy candles as well as
Artisan Black Garlic showcasing their gour- .
met vinegars. Enjoy fresh from South Florida
green coconuts with the nutrient-packed
coconut water while shopping at the market
or with a little instruction, learn how to open
Them to enjoy at home. Fresh from the oven,
Spouse's now has smoked meat pockets
including bread pockets stuffed with south-
ern smokedprime rib. There is always some-
thing new on the tables at Spouse's including
pastries, cookies, sweet breads, foccacias
and sliced and unsliced whole breads. Enjoy
rustic country loafs to crispy French-style..
baguettes and savory breads that are explo-
sions of flavors inr your mouth atJC's Daily
Bread Bakery. And be sure not to miss the
authentic French bread with a hard crusty
surface and light golden brown tawny color
that is soft, somewhat chewy and full of fla-
vor, the break-away baguettes, croissants,
and fruit pastries.
Also at the market every Satur.ay is
Coastal Shrimp with local shrnnp;lounder,
grouper and now mahi mahi. The fish broth-
ers always have something new at the mar-
ket so be sure to check out the coolers. The
Garden Center is overflowing this Saturday
with beautiful plants from roses, hibiscus,
bedding flowers and more at Ever Blooming


fiscal management and effident
.use of resources six years in a
I row;:less than three percent of
nonprofits. nationwide can
claim :this accomplishment.
e. The last fiscal year, 95 percent
of total agency expenses sup-
ported people in need. The
Agency, relies on donations
v-. from individuals, churches,
it. 'businesses and private foun-.
ef dations,with minimal support
d from government sources. .
g To learn more about
n -''Building More Room for
Compassion" and follow the
is :building renovation progress
m visit the Barnabas website at
id www.barnabasfernandina.com.


DEN BRIEFS
Gardens to beautiful ierns, begonias, herbs
and more at Almost Ancient Pots. The mar-
ket has everything to beautify your patio and
yard Buy an. plant and an Almost Ancient
Pot and have a complementary potting so
your new treasure is ready to go home and
be showcased
Sign up for the E-MNlail Newsletter at
www.ameliafarmersmarket com. The Amelia
Farmers Market is open every Saturday
from 9 a mru.-l p m. at the Shops of the Omni
Amelia Island Plantation, with lots of easy
access parking. No pets, please Call 491-
4872 or visit ,www ameliafarmersmarket.com
Union garrison
F,,u Clinch State' Park willj ho.t oa Union 'L
Garrison event fiomh 9a.m.-5 p.m Aug. 3'And
9 a.m.-noon Aug. 4. Visitors will interact with
living historians to experience life in the fort.
as it was in 1864 The grounds will be
bustling with soldiers in periiod costumes
involved in firing demonstrations, marching
drills, cooking and daily activities Ladies in
their dresses, sutlers displaying their wares
arid drummer boys bring every part of the
Civil War era to life. Come join in this
unique, family friendly eventL
Fees include the $6 per vehicle park
entrance fee plus S2-per person fort admis- :
sion Contact the park at 277-7274 or visit .
,www FloridaStateParks.org.
Beach walk
Join a park ranger for a walk on the beach
as they explain the importance of undevel-
oped beach.habitat. including many interest-
ing facts about sea creatures and common
shells found in the area. Bring sunscreen
and water. The program will take place at'
the multi.use trail pavilion located at the .
south beach area on Little Talbot Island on
Aug. 3 at 2 p.m No reservations are neces- .
sary and the program is free with regular
park admission. For information contact the
Talbot Islands Ranger Station at (904) 251- .
: 2320. Visit www.floridastateparks.org.-
Seatutles
S'join a park ranger and learn about the
lilfecycle of the sea.ttirtle and the importance
of these creatures, on Aug. 10 at 2 p.m. at the
Ribault Club on Fort George Island Cultural
.State Park. No reservations are necessary.
and the program is free. For information con,
tact the Talbot Islands Ranger Station at'
(904) 251-2320. Visit
wwwiloridastaeparkg.org. .
Junior Naturalists
Wild .Amelia's new Junior Naturalist
Program is based on the model of the Junior,'
Ranger program used in the National Parks
and involves a mini-curriculum of activities
for children ages 7-15 to complete by explor-
ing The Seashore."
This first component of the program is
available at various locations, including the
Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center and
Kayak Amelia, for just the $2 cost of printing.
It includes self-directed activities to safely
explore the beaches of Amelia Island and
learn about common seashells, how the tides
work and crabs, 'birds and sea turtles. Other
opportunities include service learning,-such
as beach cleanup, online research and writ-
'lg, drawing and photography.
To review the Junior Naturalist curricu-
lum, stop by the Atlantic Avenue Recreation
Center or Kayak Amelia. To learn more
about Wild Amelia, visit www.wild
amelia.com and Wild Amelia on Facebook.
Master Gardeners help
Need a horticulture questionanswered
and can't wait until the next Plant Clinic? The
Extension's website has many questions and
answers from Rebecca Jordi's "Garden Talk"
column,.at http://nassauifas.ufl.edu/horti-
culture/questions/questions.html. Master
Gardeners are on office duty on Fridays, 10
a.m. until 2 p.m. Call 491-7340, or stop by the
Yulee Extension'office for help with your
landscape questions. This is a free service.


Barnabas steps up to challenge


Picdn'foipaws
; The Dogg Brothers Band
will be'"Pickin' on the Porch
for Paws" to benefit the
Nassau Humane Society. The
evening of livebluegrass and
Country music is tonight frdm
6-10 pi.m. at the Green Turtle
Tavern, 14 S. Third St in
Fernandina Beach. Raffle
.- drawings will also be featured.
You're invited to 'grab a straw
.hat and your 'bst friend'" and
enjoy an evening of music and
fun.
Carwash
"Proline for Paws," a car
wash benefiting the Nassau
Humane Society, will be held
Aug. 3 from 9 am. to 2 p.m. at
Proline Motors,,2588 S.
Eighth St. in Fernandina
Beach. Car washes will be M0
and proceeds will benefit the
Humane Society's drive to
build a new animal shelter.

CatsAng&ls
sponsorships
Cats Angels Inc., SPCA,
offers a Sponsorship Program
that encourages you to assist
with the cost of caring for cats
and kittens until they find
their new homes.
S* Cheshire Cat Level: $200
To help cover the costs of
dental treatment for the cats,
especially senior cats.
Gold Mouse Level $110
Sponsor a kitten and help
cover the cost of FIV/Feline


Princess Lea is a new
guest at the Cats Angels
Adoption Center and has
shown us that she is a friendly
and affectionate girl. She is a
Lilac Point Siamese and a
young adult under two years
old. Princess Lea is a little
thin, but is enjoying regular
meals now and putting weight
back on. She has been tested,
spayed, vaccinated, micro-
chipped and is now just wait-
ing for special someone to
give her a loving and forever
home. Visit our website at
www.catsangels.com and see
more of our cats waiting for
their "forever" homes, visit
our Adoption Center or call
321-2267 to meet with an
adoption volunteer. We have
many adult cats at our
Adoption Center who are
Ready to get started on their'
new lives with a loving family.
Our website homepage giyes
details of our Sponsorship
Program and how you can -
help the cats even if you can-
not-adopt
Stop by the Cats Angels
Thrift Store for deals on home
Goods, 'decorations, used, I
.books, jewelry, sports equip-
meht and more. Cats Angels


NASSAUHUMANE SOCIE


P A '- i ,_ .. :..


Tiki is a truly beautiful
American Staffordshire
Terrier mix who is accus-
tomed to living, with a family
She lived for all of her 5 years
as an inside dog with a family
including small children.
She's housetrained and knows
commnarnds. Unfortunately
-.her lalrilv is Is dr:,,^
could t MM irrerai ,6 ft
obviously an intelligent, sensi-
tive dog and she misses her
family very much She watch-
es all of the cai s that drive by,
hoping it's.them. She has a
beautiful, soft coat and all of
her medical records. She
needs to be the only dog in
the household. You can look
in Tiki~s eyes and see that she
is longing for someone to be'
her best friend. In return,. :
she'll give you a lifetime of
love and loyalty!
Sneakers loves to get affec-
tion,'and to give it! She's a "
Domestic Medium Hair mix,
about 5 years old and medi-
pum-sized. She is accustomed
to living in a home, -but unlfor-
tunately her owners couldn't
keep her anymore. She has
lovely green eyes and a nice :
soft grey-and-black coat that's
greatfor petting;. She's confi-:
dent and attentive, and loves


Sto be petted. She will let you
know everyday how much ,
she appreciates a forever
home with you!, -,'
. Anytimeis a great time to
adopt a pet -including week-.
ends!-Q.Our adoption center is
at 671. Airport Road in.
* Fernandina Beach;'across the
street from theairpor termi-:
nal.-We'e nfow open on ;
Sunday, 11-a.m. to 3 p.m., in
addition to Saturdays; 11- a.m.
to 4 p.m., and Tuesday-Friday,
11-30 a.m.-5 pni You can see .
bios, pictures and videos of
our adoptable dogs and cats-at"
NassauHumaneSociefy.com.
-You can contact us at 321-- ,
1647, or adoptnhs@yaho6.'
com. Thank you for consider-
ing a pet from our shelter!


SLeukemia-testing, spay/neu-
ter, FVRCP vaccine and rabies
vaccine:.
'* Helping Paw Level: $5Q
-To offset the cost of.
FIV/Feline Leukemia testing
and/or yearly vet check-up,
FVRCP vaccine and rabies
vaccine:
Whisker Licking Good
Level: $25- Help with the
costs of feeding one cat.
Please stop by the Thrift
Store/Adoption Center at 709
S. Eighth St., Fernandina
SBeach or call 321-2267 and ask
to sponsor a kitty. Visit
www.catsangels.com for more
Information. If you don't want'
Sto sign up for the Sponsorship
Program, but still want to
make a contribution of any
amount, just know that it all
goes to the care of the cats
and kittens in our.program.
Cats Angels receives nio gov-
ernment funding of any kind.
Sunday hours
Nassau Humane Spciety is
now open on Sundays for pet
adoptions. The shelter, at 671
Airport Road, will be open
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on
Sunday. Other hours remain.
the same: 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m..
Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday, closed Mondays.
- Pictures, videos and bios of
the adoptable dogs and cats
are available at the shelter's
newly designed website,
Nas'sauHumaneSociety.com.
SVisit the website for
details.


Thit and W.V ;
' Thrift Store and Adoption
Center, located at 709 S.
Eighth St., is open Monday
through Saturday from 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. Please stop by
and help support the kitties
through adoptions, purchases
and donations of resale items
or for cat care (especially cat
litter and dry/canned food) -
it is alf greatly appreciated.
SAugust is Homeless
SAnimals Month and what bet,
ter way to change the number
of homeless animals than to .
have animals in your care and
area spayed and neutered.
Cats Angels can help you. Call
321-2267, for more information
and to schedule an appoint-
ment,.Spay and neuter thfe
responsible solution.


CATS ANGELS


PET PROJECTS







WEDNESDAY. JULY 31.2013 AROUNDTOWN News-Leader


PEOPLE&PLACES


SPECIAL EVENTS

'Archaeology of Death'
The Amelia Island Museum
of History invites you -to a spe-
cial presentation at the
Hampton Inn and Suites on
Aug. 2 at 6 p.m. as Dr. Rachel
Wentz debut her brand new
lecture; 'The Archeology of
Death."
How we treat the dead is
directly tied to culture. Burial
practices ar.e
Expressions
of our belief-,
\ systems and
socia.I struc-
ture and go
p back tens of
thousands o'




stuttheselvs Tpracticesthroug
years. Archaeologists recon-
struct these practices through
the analysis of graves. How
the body is prepared its posi-
,tioh within the ground and the
items that accompany the
deceased provide valuable
information about-ancient
practices, as do the skeletons
themselves. Theprogram will
explore lthe archaeology ofP
death and burial and examine
how funerary customs illumi-
nate the past.
S, This program is free and
Open to the public. For infor-
S nation contact Gray at 261-
S7378, ext. 1.02, orbe w,
S gray@amel iamuseumorg.
S Union garrison
S Fort Clinch State Park will
S host a Union Garrison event
from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 3 and,
9 a.m.-noonA.ug. 4. Visitors
will interact with living histori-
- ans.to experience life in the
Sort as it ws in 1864. The
grounds will be bustling with
-, soldiers in period costumes
involved in firing demonstra-
.., tions, marching drills, cooking
arid daily activities. Ladies in
their dresses, sutlers display-
ing their wares and drummer
boys bring every part of the
Civil War era to life. Come join
In this unique, family friendly
event.
Fees include the $6 per
ehice park entrance fee plus
$2 per person fort admission.


Contact the park at 277-7274
or visit www.FloridaState
Parks.org.
Story and Song
'Touch of April,"' the hus-
band and wife musical duo of
Belton Caughman and April
Amick on guitar and vocals,
will perform on Sunday, Aug. 4
at "An Evening of Story &
Song," the popular concert
Series presented by First
Coast Community Bank and
9 hosted by Mark and Donna
Paz Kaufman. The perform-
-ance takes place in Bums Hall
Sat St; Peter's Episcopal
Church. Open seating at 4:15
p.m.; show starts at 5 p.m. A
$15 donation to the artists is
f requested. For more informa-
tion, call 415-1388.
Toldife Forum'..
SThe Florida Folklife
Program will present.a Folk
Forum in Femandina Beach,
at the Peck Community
Center, on Aug. 6 from 10:30.
a.m.-5:30 p.m. The daylong
program is designed to help
attendees ieamrn how to identi-
ty and utilize traditional folk
cultural resources in their
communities and regions.
Demonstrators include.
African American hymnists
Deacon Lawrence Williams
(O'Neil) and Laura Rhodes
(Nassauville); net-maker Billy
Burbank III (Femrnandina
SBeach); hip-hop artists Mal
Jones and Paten Locke
(Jacksonville); eco-heritage
and eco-shrimping tour guide
Kevin-McCarthy (Femandina
Beach); and state folklorist
Blaine Waide'with methods for
documenting folklife.
The forum is free and open
to the public. Prior registration
is not required
Call (850) 245-6427 for
information. Visit flheritage.
com/ LIpreservation/lolklife/.
THIS WEEK

BingoThursdays
The public is invited to play
bingo every Thursday at the
Legion, 626 S. Third St.,
Fernandina Beach, in the


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slippery
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dwelling,
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military school
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instrument
resembling a vio-
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6. Like a game not
at home
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large smoke-free meeting hall.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and
early bird games start at 6:05
p.m., with regular play begin-
ning promptly at 6:30 p.m.
The bingo session is nine
games for $20, with multiple
jackpots paid out. For ques-
tions email
post54bingo@yahoo.com.
Proceeds support programs
sponsored by the American
Legion.
JustFriends
The Just Friends Single
Society meets once a month
for dinner. If you are single
and over the age of 55, call
321-1116 to join. It's free to.
register.
Meditation group
The Amelia Insight sitting
group (Sangha) meets every
Tuesday at the Dome Healing
Center from 7:30 to 9:15 p.m.
They start with a reading and
discussion of a verity of mate-
rial related to the practice and
philosophy of Insight .
Meditation and mindfulness,
followed by a 45 minute sitting
\30 plus 15 minute/).Anyone
interested in meditation is
inyitedto attend. To learn .
more go to ameliaihsight.org
or calr:261.-9143...
:GemrsComer

SGerri's Corner of Comfort,
a nonprofit resource center for
women with cancer, answers ,
questions in a confidential set-
ting, provides support group
information, brochures, refer-'
ence materials, a lending
library and more through
trained volunteers. It offers
stylish head coverings, hair-
pieces, sleep caps, chemo
bags with necessities and
comfort pillows free of charge.
Open Monday-Friday from
noon to 4 p.m. in Maxwell Hall
at Memorial United Methodist
Church on North Sixth Street,
downtown Femandina Beach.
Call 277-0099.
Genealogy group
.Genealogy group meetings
are held at Yulee United
Methodist Church, 86003
Christian Way, Yulee, the sec-
ond and fourth Thursday of
ear h month from 9-11 a.m.
New members are welcome.
Call 225-5381 or Paulette
Murrin at 548-9752 for infor-
mation.
Nassau NAMI
Nassau NAMI (National
Alliance on Mental Illnessi J
.hostadVQacay jneetings. the
third ThOrsday of e&'h=rti6i6th- '
at 6 p.m. at the Northeast
Community Action Agency,
1303 Jasmine St., Suite 100,
SFernandina Beach, free and


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open to all.
Support groups for anyone
with a mental health diagnosis
are Fridays at 11 a.m. at the
Council on Aging, 1367 South
18th St., led by psychiatric
nurses and free of charge.
Family support meetings,
also free, are the fourth.
Thursday at 7 p.m. for family
members/caretakers of those
with a mental health diagno-
sis, at St. Peter's Episcopal
Church, 801 AtlanticAve.
Nassau NAMI provides
emergency medications,
emergency dental-services,
referrals/support and toi-
letries/shoes to individuals
with chronic mental illness. To
learn more or to volunteer,
contact President Lisa Mohn
at 277-1886 or email .
NassauNAMIRlorida@ gmail.c
om.
MaritmeMuseum
The Maritime Museum of
Amelia Island hosts a pro-
gram on current topic every-
Friday at 6 p.m. The programs
are jointly sponsored by the
museum and Amelia
Research and Recovery, LLC,
the Amelia-based company
that searchesfor and recov-
ers sunken treasure from
Spanish Galleons. The muse-
um is located at 1335 S.
Eighth St. No: reservations are
needed. Call (904) 838-6688 '
-or (904) 838-6619.
Facebookworkshop
A beginner Excel workshop
will be held in August at the
Council On Aging East :,.
Nassau, 1367 South 18th St.,
Femandina Beach. for people
interested in learning the .I
basics of Excel: or other com--
puter topics. The class will be
taught by Jan Cote-Merow,
Computer Coach, who has
been teaching private and
group lessons on Amelia
Island for the past 10 years.
The cost of each session is a
donation of $10 to Council on
Aging, a 501 .c3 not-for-profit.
charity. Call Jan at 583-2870.
for dates and registration .
information. :
Menu showcase
Nassau County School
District will host its first annual
Menu Showcase on Aug. 1 '
from 4-7 p.m. at Callahan
Middle School, 450121 Old
Dixie Hwy., Callahan
The free event will have
more than 30 vendors serving
up hundreds of new menu
items. Slate Sen. Aaron Bean


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and visits with Tanner the
Turtle.
Individual tickets may be
purchased at the ticket
booths. Wristbands are $20,
offering unlimited hayrides,
use of the bounce house, corn
hole, archery, duck pond, face
painting; hula hoops, knock
down game and bottomless
popcorn. Call 261-616 1. Visit
OmniAmelialslandPlantation.
corn.
Steaknight
The Northeast Florida
Chapter of the Nam Knights
will host a Steak Dinner, Aug.
2 at 5:30 p.m. for a $12 dona-
tion at the VFW Post 4351,
96086 Wade's Place, under
_ the Shave Bridge. Dinner will
" include steak, baked potato,
corn and salad. Karaoke will
follow with Eddie Carter. All
members and their guests are
welcome.
FRe concert
In conjunction with the
Femandina Beach Fishing-
Rodeo, a free classic rock
concert will be held Aug. 2
from 5-8 p.m. at the Feman-
dina Harbor Marina parking
lot. The classic-rock band
"Flashback" of Jacksonvifle.
will play allIyour favorite Rol-
ling Stones, Motown, Eagles,
Elvis and more. Barbecue and
beer will be available for pur-
chase. The awards for the
SFishing Rodeo will be given
out during the concert.
Sounds on Centre
SSounds on Centre, pre-
Ssented by the-Historic'
Femandina Business
Association, willfeature.
Bouke Groove Aug. 2, playing
NewOrleans funk, soul and
jam music: Concerts are held
March through October on the
first Friday of each month
from 6-8 p.m. on Centre
Street between Second and
SFront streets. Don't forget
your chair and sunscreen.
Sounds on Centre is s com-
munity event, all ages wel-
come. CUntact the HFBA at
downtownfemandina @ gmail.c
.om or visit www.downtown-
fernandinabeach.com.
Fish dinners
The Sons of the American
Legion Squadron 54 will serve
local caught fish, your choice
of grilled or fried, on Aug. 3
beginning at 11 a m. Dinners
include hushpuppies,
coleslaw and baked beans for
a $10 donation.,Meals will be


will emcee tha event. -which,, ,, I sen" d at the-Legion PosL
will include enlertainm ,en,.free, J10t9ited at 626 S.-Third St.
and reduced meal registration ; Proceeds will go into pro-
and lots of back-to-school grams sponsored by the
prizes. For more information, S.A.L. that benefit veterans,.
contact Allyn Graves, director children and the community.
of food services for Nassau "
County School Board, at 491- Ledar Haven benefit
9923 or gravesal@nassau... A "stuff the bag" event to
k12.fl.us. benefit Cedar Haven


Transitional Home for women
will be held on Aug. 3 at Fifi's
SFihe Resale on South Eighth
Street, Fernandina Beach.
;Specially marked items
throughout the shop maybe
stuffed into a plastic bag for
S$20. Cedar Havenr will benefit.
. This also is the Florida sales
tax free, weekend. For details
Semail fitis@ameliaisland.com.
SBandyard sale
.The Femrnandina Beach
High School Band's annual
yard sale will,be held Aug.'.3,
from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. in front of
the band.room, t FBHS'on
: Citrbria Drive: All proceeds' will
go to support the band.
SReunion Day,
S"Gullah/Geechee Reunion
SDay"' will be held bn.St:.
Helena'lsland, S C., at the St.
Helena Branch Library on.
Aug, 3. GullahG0echees will
come together to celebrate
the continued self-determina-
tion of. the Gullah/Geechee-
Nation and the 10-year com-
memoration of when the.
Emancipation Proclamation
was first read on this island.
The Peck Community
Ensemble of Nassau County
is one of the vocal groups
being featured during the fes-
tival's Saturday afternoon
music presentations. The pub-
lic-is invited.To -learn more,
visit www.gullahgeecheena-
tion.com.
Classreunidn
The Femrnandina- High
School 60th Year Class Reu-
nion will be held on Saturday,
Aug. 3 at Femandina Shores
Clubhouse,.631 Tarpon Ave;,
starting at 5:30 p.m. For fur-
ther information call Faye
Cason Freeman at 261-3310.
NEXT WEEK

Newcomers coffee
The Newcomers Club of
Amelia Island is hosting it's
monthly coffee on Aug. 8 at
10:30 a.m. Women interested
in joining the club and who
reside in Nassau County (no
matter how long they have
lived here) are welcome to
attend. For further information,
contact Lulu Elliott at luluel-


liott@hotmail.com or 548-
9807 (or other contact on the
coffee committee), or visit
www.newcomersofameliais-
land.com.
Seniorfair
The Council on Aging and
Baptist Health will hold a -
Senior Expo and Health Fair
from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 9 -
with more than 50 companies -.
and organizations at the .
Atlantic Avenue Recreation 5
Center. Enjoy breakout ses- :
sions and seminars on a num-
ber of topics. Senior care-
givers are also invited to
attend this free event.
Transportation will be provid-
ed by COA's transportation
system.
Baptist Health staff will :
offer free cholesterol, blood
pressure, prostate specific -'
antigen, bone density and glu-
cose tests and representa- .
ties from other organizations
will provide information about "
hospice care, assisted living
housing, elder law, Medicare.
and Social Security benefits. -.
Visit www.coahassau.com for :
details. For transportation
information, call 261-0701 or
845-3331. -
Pancake breast.
The Relay for Life fourth
annual Pancake Breakfast will .
be held'Aug, 10 from 7-9 a-m.
at Murray's Grille in Yulee. ; ,
Tickets are $8 each. L ."
Celebritystaff waiters Dr. -
Robert Joyce, Dr. Allen Miller,
Rick Lee,executive director at :
the Journey Church, and :.
County Commission Chair .
Danny Leeper will serve ,
breakfast. The celebrity waiter
that earns the most tips will b. .
honored as "Super-Waiter,,"
Lee will attempt to retain his 3
title. ., '
Come out and enjoy break-. .
fast while supporting the fight .
against cancer. Tickets can be *
purchased from aiy celebrity s
waiter or by calling Joni Reid E
at 556-6767, Belinda L
Wagnstrom at 556-9568 or at -,
the door the day of the event :.; .
COMIOIw z

Women~meet "
WOAMTEC will meet
11:30'a.m.-1 p'mAug.13:at -.
Cafe Karibo. Cost is $/15 and T .
includes lunch. WOAMTEC
offers business-building
opportunities where women
can focus on keeping their pri-
orities in order of faith, family
land finance without feeling
guilty-about it T.For information ",
contact Lisa Preshell at 206-
3i I 5'or email@liapresnell.me. "
ACTcomedy
Amelia Community : .'
Theatre presents"'The 25th
Annual Putnam County .
Spelling Bee"'A.'g. 15-17,22- ''
24,28-31 at8 p.m. andAug. "
25 at 2 p.m., a TonyAward-
winning musical comedy .
where six young people, .
played)by adults, compete in ':
a spelling bee and learn that
winning isn't everything arid ,
losingdoesn't make youa, a
loser. (Note, this play contains
adult'subject matter.) .
Tickets are $20 adults and.,'
$10 students, To purchase call 7
261-6749or go'opriline'at -.-' I
wwwameliacommunitythe- -
atre.org. Amelia Community
Theatre islocated at;207
CedarStreet. .
Sidewalk sale
First Assembly of God, 302
South 14th St., Fernandina
Beach, will host a sidewalk
sale on Aug. 16 and 17 from 7
a.m.-3 p.m. The public is invit-
ed to come and browse
though the treasures and dis-
cover fantastic buys. There
will be clothing, machines,. '
electronics and tools galore.
For information call 261-6448;
Luau fun
Savannah Grand Assisted
Living, 1900 Amelia Trace
Court, Femandina Beach, will
host a Hawaiian Luau on Aug.
17 at noon with a Hawaiian -
inspired menu and music by
Gary Tomlinson at 1 p.m. The
dress code is island gear.
Hawaiian printedshirts, board -
shorts or a grass skirt any-
thing that says "hang.loose."
RSVP to Tonisha at 321-0898
by Aug. 9 if you plan to attend
the lunch. Seating is limited.
Choir forming
Allegiance is a choir for


area students in grades 6-12.
They meet Sundays from
6:15-7:45 p.m. at Amelia
Baptist Church to rehearse
and to study the Word of God.,
They sing for the worship
service on the first Sunday of
every month at ABC and in
June2014 will go on a per-
formance tour and mission
trip.
If you are interested about
learning more about this
group please contact either.
Pam Helton or Amy Thrift, at
261-9527 or come on out to
Amelia Baptist, 961167
Buccaneer Trail, on Aug. 18.
for the first rehearsal.


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 31.2013


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


MISSING CAT Older male Siamese,
neutered, no tags,,. name "Petey". Lost
behind Lakewood area. Beloved pet of
child with Leukemla, Reward for return.
321-7528 or 261-3861
If You Have Last. Your Pet please
check the Nassau Humane Society
facility located at 671 Airport Rd. next
to the airport (904)321-1647 & the
Nassau County Animal Shelter, 86078
ULcense Rd. In Yulee next to the drivers
license building (904)491-7440.



CHOOSING ADOPTION? Loving,
single woman will provide stable home/
support-of large, extended family. Let's
help each other. .Financial security.
Expenses paid..Deborah, toll-free (855)
779-3699 Sklar Law Firm, LLC FL Bar
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THERE IS A .IEN .On The, Following
Vehicles For Towing & Storage
and will be auctioned off on the listed
dates, below. on 8/12/13 a 2009 Hon-
da.Accord VINe )HMCP26879C003246
and on 8/6/13 a 1995 Ford Escort
SVIN#1FASP14JOSW280179 at 12 noon
Sat 1683B S. 8ti St, Fernandina Beach,
FL 32034. (904) 321.3422

ALL REAL ESTATE Advertised
Herein is subject to the Federal
Fair Housing Act, which makes it
Illegal to advertise any prefer-
ence, limitation, or discrimination
based on race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or
national origin, or the'lntention to
make any such preference,
limitation or discrimination
The News-Leader will not
knowingly accept any advertising
for real estate which is in violation
of the law. All persons are hereby
informed that all gwellings
advertised are available on an
Equal opportunity iba'is
if you believe that you may have
been discriminated against in
connection with, the sale, rental or
financing of -housing, call the
United States Department of
SHousing and Urban Development
-. HUD.- 1(800)669-9777, or for
the heanng Impaired 1(800)927-
.9275.








I COMMISSIONED SALES for local
publication. 5.25q.. Must be experi.
enced.- Call Tony,(904)261-0740.
.TIDY NOOai;-. needs, haidyman/lanoa
scaper/cleaner to service properties in
S area. Travel required. Will-train. Must
Shave access to Internet &,own tools.
. (888)389,8237. ANF ,
DOMESTIC' VIOLENCE e CENTER -
S seeking full-time' Victirm Advocate for
241hour residential facility I .luit be
organized,' manage multiple prionties
with limited super-isionr, villino Io work
rotating -snlrta. ,'Including niqhLs,,anQ.
weelen s d^mai-,.i5?um 41PN. ,
letter include rg slary requirer'-rrt ar. d
three professional references Ito
sendresumeg95a'vahoo.col,.
OWNER OPERATORS $1 05 ALL
miles i- fuel surcharge' Blackhawk
'provides plates! No start up costs,
$2,000 Siqn-On Bonus! 2500 mriwk
run's: Home weekly, Mlust have 2 years
T/T exp. Jan: 608-364-9716 or Gil
608-364-9719'
.FRONT DESK CLERK & NIGHT AUD-
ITOR "- Experience preferred Apply
at Holiday [fin Express, 76071 Sionay1
Place, Yulee or call (904 )849-0200
DAYS INN & SUITES
S has the following positions availaole-
Front Desk, Aqditors housekeeping
days/nights, and Temporary Security
position Apply within. 2707 Sadler Rd
No phone calls.
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW
Learn to dronve for US Xpressi Earn
$700/wk. No 'exp needled: Local CDL/
training. Job ready in 15 days (888)
368-1964. ANF .
T THE LAUNDRY STATION is now
,'hiring full & part time dry cleaning:
clerks. Must have good communication '
& verbal skllls,'cbmpUter skills, provide',
outstanding customer service, ability to
'multi-task, and must be able to work.
flexible hours. Pick up 'application at
2138 Sadler Rd.- or, emailf 'resume to
laundrystation@bellsouth.net. No
Phone calls.


201 Help c
.. HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC.
Nassau County has an opening for a
Heavy Equipment Mechanic at $16.02
hourly plus benefits. Requires high
school diploma or GED. Two years
experience as an automotive and
heavy equipment .mechanic.
Certification of levels of training and
qualification by a recognized authority
such as National Institute for
Automotive Service Excellence. Must
have Diesel Engine and Brakes
certificates and must have one of the
following certificates: Drive Train or
Suspension &.Steering. May substitute
with a' certificate in -Diesel Mechanic
from an accredited program of no less
than one and half (1-1/2) years with
two years as a Preventive Maintenance
Mechanic. Possession of a valid Class A
Commercial Driver's ULicense with no
restriction for airbrake and- must
possess tanker and hazardous material
endorsement prior to application.
Applications will be accepted thru
Tuesday, August 6, 2013 and can be
obtained'. in the Human Resources
Department, located at 96135 Nassau
Place, Suite 5, Yulee, FL 32097.
* Phone (904)491-7332 or fax (904)321-
5797. www.nassaucountyfl.com. EOE/
M/F/D/V Drug Free Workplace.
SMALL ISLAND EATERY needs
experienced ,cook. Passionate about
preparing' fresh,' organic food. Send
resume to: smalllslandcafe@gmall.com
LEGAL ASSISTANT Tomassettl.: &1
Prince, a two attorney law firm located
in downtown Fernandmina Beach, Floin-
da, seeks a legal assistant/office
manager with outstanding .communica.
tion, administrative and organizational
skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office
and computer skills are required.
Responsibilities include assisting two
attorneys with preparation of docu-
ments, including legal briefs, court
subpoenas and other office-related
letters, organizing and maintaining all
legal files and electronic-filing data-
bases, and electronically filing court
related documents Other duties
include scheduling client appointments
and answering calls Mlinimum of three
years or progressively responsible
adrrmirstrative experience, with expert.
ence in legal field required. Great
office downtown, 'alary depends on
expenence Health care and retirement
plan provided. Send resume to 406 Ash
Street. Fernandina Beach, Florida
32034 or Infoatoislandlaw.com.
Accepting- resumes until August 7,
2013 Inrterviews will begin
immediately as resumes are received.,,
TEMPORARY OFFICE ASSISTANT
POSITION available full time In
Fcrnandmina Tie ideal candidate must
be ar. organized self-starter, willing to
leaml&E have above average customer
'service skills Position requires
attention to detail Must possess
accurate typing sills, the ability to
followj procedures, handle multiple
tasks & work as part or a team. A/R &
A/P experience a plus. Email resume
with salary requirement & dates of
employment In confidence to
rjassauAssttidmall com. 1' .. '.
?PASSION FOR FASHION?
F lfi'sis'lnngI ,or details:.- ''
htto:/fifisamnellalsland.com/ b=715
FERNANDINA BEACH.OT-Gynr Office
Sneeds'part:timtne expenehceo Medical
Assistant. Fax''resumne to 277-0725'or
call 261 JS605.. i .
DRIVERS: $5,000 Sign-Ori Bonusl
Great Pay, Consistent Freight, Gibat
r-liles on thil Regional Account. Werner'
Enterprises, 1-888"-567-3110
YOUTH.. JIRECIORp I5OSQlUtNi
AVALLA b(E-sciallfrpa i giwv/orlr
Ing w/youth ages 12-18 with SWAT
Students Working Against Tobacco.
Professional skills required. Education -
As.ociates decree minimum. Must be a
non-smoker Must bte energetic, able to
educate, trAin ando motivate youth.
Travel rcquired/adrnir's license. ,Part-
time work Submit resume to Floriqa
Department of health, Nassau County,
attn" Mary ,-,n Mohr fax 277 7286.
Addre-ss PC. Box 517 30 South,. 4th'
St. Fnoa Bch, FL Position closes
August 2nd at 5"00pm .










Ca ll Michael today!7


CDL-A DRIVERS .39/round trip mile.
Bonus Potentiall Great Medical, Dental,
Vision, Lifei 401k!' 2500 mr/wk runs.
Home weekends! Must have 2 years
.T/Tr exp. Jan: 608-364-9716 or Gil:
608-364-9719
LOCAL COMPANY NEEDS Disaster
Restoratlon/Carpet & Upholstery
Cleaning Tech Must be well-groom-
ed, physically able; and have a dean
driving record. Experience. helpful.
Bring resume to 2428 Lynndale Rd.,
Fern. Beach or call. (904)261-7566.
NEED QUALIFIED INDUSTRIAL/
COMMERCIAL PAINTERS for
Jacksonville / Ferriandina area. Call
Jeff Henderson.at (770)317-6201.
PARK. AND RECREATION
GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR


tI < Help Wanted

FLA. INFO CENTER Asst. Manager
position available. Hourly + commis-
sion, benefits, vacation. Nationwide
company located in Yulee. Call Ed
Newman (904)540-2314 or email at:
ed_newman@wgresorts.com
DRIVERS Hiring experienced/inex-
perienced tanker drivers. Earn up. to
$.51/mile. N" v fleet Volvo tractors. 1
year OTR exp. req'd. Tanker training
available. Call today (877)882-6537,
www.OakleyTransport.com. ANF
PART-TIME HELP WANTED 15-20
hours per week. Retail experience and
computer skills a must. Apply in person
only The UPS Store, 1417 Sadler Rd.


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The Town of Hilliard is seeking a "
qualified candidate .to fill the part time
position of Parks and Recreation
GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR. -The
successful candidate will develop and
conduct classes within the Parks' and
Recreation Department of the Town of
'.Hllliard. The position requires the
following certifications, a Certified
Gymnastics Instructor and will require
that the instructor be CPR certified
within 90 days of employment.
The Town of Hillliard Is an' Equal
Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free
Workplace. Post-offer physical
required Applications may be picked
up at Town Hall located at 15859 West
County Road 108, Hilliard, Flonrida from
9am until '5pm Monday through Friday,
or printed from our web page
www townotlinlard com. Applications
will be accepted until position is filled.
AMELIA RENTALS Part-Tinme Office,
Position available Hospitality Industry
experience desired. Email resume to:-
trent@amellarentals.com
Earn $$$ Helping MDsl Process'
medical claims from home. Call the
Federal Trade Commission to find out
how to spot medical billing scams. '
i(877)FTC-HELP A message from the
News-Leader and the FTC.
SMALL COMPANY in Yulee, FL seek-
Ing a self-motivated office aoministrar- '
-or. Candidate will 'have thorough
knowledge of QuickBooks through GL
reconciliation. Must also know
MlicroSoft 08, Excel, & Word. We offer
competitive salary & benefits. Email
resume to: lisa@indaustrlalgroups.corr.
LOCAL SHORT TERM LOAN/PAWN
OFFICES hiring for mulUtiple part-
time and full time positions. Hours are
-20.28.50 per week Days, worked., will
vary Monday thru Saturday. Hours of
operation are 8:30 to 6:30 daily.
Wages $9-$11/hr depending on
qualifications and experience Please
email your resume to
soeedvcashmainaomalLcom or fax to
(904)261-4971. No phone calls
please.
EXCITING SALES
OPPORTUNITY!
National, land company expaniing, to
Jack*dnville area.'Se'6klIhggoal driven,
chleverssor. land/sales career., Strong
communication'skills needLed. All leads
provided. Hlghest eommisios -in the
Industry, bonuses,' benefits Includlhg
401K, Health. & Life' insurance.
Extensive training & pogtential to_ grpw.
'Oplortunity to earn $100,000+/yr.
Must be able to-work weekends.
.Great eqnvlfonment. to take control', of;
your career and fulfill your potential.. -
An EOP"'' Edll fesdmr'hnt 'bver to-
BRewhavl wewnOaLranlpartnar d eor,


DOWNTOWN Popular and Unique
downtown retail store. 30K +
Inventory. (904)624 4783.


COASTAL
BOOICKKEEPING SERVICES
Support for business and household
needs. Budget planning and other
services available. Qulckbooks-based.
(904)335-7280
CLEANING WITH JEANNIE Commit,
residential, move-outs, rentals. Free
estimates. Reasonable prices. Uc./Ins.
Jeannie 904-572-6023/904-624-5210
H&R BLOCK BUSINESS SERVICES
Payroll Bookkeeping
STax Preparation Advice
1016 S. 14th St.,
Fernandlna Beach, FL 32034
904-261-6942 or 1-866-472-6290
PERSONAL AIDE FOR SENIORS -
Helping Seniors with their Independ-
ence and giving family members a
helping hand. Many services available,
rates vary and references available
upon request. Call Sandy 631-7917.


LOOKING FOR HOUSES TO CLEAN -
20 years experience. Low rates.
Supplies provided. References avail-
able. Call (904)261-3483.
WORK WANTED P/T office work.
Excellent phone, organization &
computer skills. Schedule & salary
negotiable. 904-206-2270 or
agrill823@gmail.com



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Needs volunteers to hlp Nassau Cnty
families who need food, shelter
S and basic necessities. <
Call: 904.261.7000 for more info 1


"Think I'll let that native land agent be my guide."


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A.eome le- ofEgfLa's Creek-s ForiClu cott Estt Sale Brick home 2B ce 3BR/2BA Ocean View home, observa-
St 'Pr. le family h i.dw ti. Collage Estate Sale Brick hm 21 t /2A i on d e tbarc central atrim, awnad beac
h I" IS,, Ianaiiu-k Arseli, I;lr, 3 LUeti o. e iC..) e oiethe Bech Dr.rDo o-..u400sqfL access across i h street nuke Isa b ei for
A'"'fi. ...a Nav.-e side .:.,f E.. s Ct-eel Garage, 1200 siq.ft. Heated/Cooled. entertaining' Stucco exterior, side- entry
"and i, oar'enieio fle .s.h.el e . garage, and unopened. street on south side of
"' $ ,.[ ML ", .'.. ,lot are other features of tbis, hom -
5,95,1,0" ML^ i : $214,$00 MiSh60058 60 M1S11603.98


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fer:e,. I o nK:. a.,l Trerrm i a-..ir-.j-ol pai-
aUE m itie laick tW 'oi-il tif'hdiit pad o-,1
g&led acc fi-. sear )srdNi Mreci tledro.:'rn
Shas oversized walk-in shower and a large
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SCOONTR LANDING r i"-tirall i,,e. ,:.n ,re tliod. h:.-cW,:
the beach t -5nc.'Fprmi. iii- r. vo. I, 'j. )-52] togetherr S'"' Ii)'.
.95,0>00 MLn5i io5
CENTR.ILL' LOC.\I>sll ,u, ihe -litl. ti iAr c' 'r.ro ori.
RIjec O(kj Sij. li'Ltr"r, ibc- -.. ,r the i-r.i,1 n-i.:l :"n i, ie Ameii
i,--t.l Piors- ,y $V.5ih MLSq'.ni_..
1 66 ACRE LOT i n i.auullle. sr,.Ieei6pf 1pd .nu ij rd% to biiud
Deeded Ahcesr li, Raatc.,, A.-r-. B.'a Rimp at.d rj *in '1.cse
. ficmn r c: ..ory bt r)s'm-p. $149,000 MLS #57615
PIRATES POINT ROA)D in Pitr-i ie.:,:.l .5" aore io. C,:'ar..
a sn a: p.>-|,. clubnou.ie ih-ii rimp iil. .tk m1 $9.0i. MNILS8C62o


SOt' IH FLETCHER AVENiE
Pn:LLa ie ?I Oceunidil Ii 'on AMelia ilatad
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AWESOINE VEEV. of EgPn' Creek'& Ft. Clinch Srare Park. aL.
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LjghU].:-ue 7, ,'. n to Itn n'Wable Ef'irn. Creel (soe w1 tiee high.
e.r ele. onsa n itOit el rOr:li. P',.i:ble oe-ih-.lel and/or view OC
di.:ni..--n Fermiandlina BePach. Tree/top/bouindary survey on file'.,


OicRBIliar, 1'.5ftlot $435,000 .ML5 i5Ai671
IIESIRABLE I ACRE Loi or, me Souan End of the Island.
Beaiorul crte. o-in.] uetric cu-r I-i Irr. e r jii ijtciuhtl ci find prop-
erty on Amelia, $250,000 for the Acre, or the comer 1/2 acre for
Mi3N)ln) id the ,ritjde 1/2for $124,900;


INTERSTAT 95 EXPOSLIRE AT US 17 GOOD A5SES1. I t5CirYO5'R-3'0ana Fir Sneet Zoied MU-l'andR2;'
BL.CE TPOTENTL L f.i ,: ,,ediu. rized sie Corner location Good for towritome, duplex or ndustdal. $W25,000

.. .. PRIME FRONTAGE %LONG IS 17just noth ofA1A,,
YULEEMINqI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity to grow yourown Hifg eh e.,ipeni ,rea i the hean of.Y.iee. $295,00.
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total 3.5 acres+/-. Warehouse 6n approx.12 acres. $1,575,000 64 ACRES along A.melha J
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* Full Service Lawn Maintenance
* Landscape Design & Installation
* Irrigation Installation & Repair
* Outdoor Lighting Solutions
* Seasonal Lighting Projects
* Sod Installation & Repair
* Concrete Pavers & Fire Pits
* Dck Installation & Repair
* Retaining Walls& Ponds
* Grading Services & Drainage

904-261-5040
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Serving Nassau County
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8B WEDNESDAY. JULY 31. 2013 CLASSIFIEDS News-Leader


204 Work Wanted
SEMI RETIRED ELECTRICIAN -
Small jobs welcomed. (904)583-1465

S205 Live-In Help
CERT & LIC CNA I am well
experienced in Home Care. I have
excellent ref's and I also do Uve-in's.
Dependable & Honest. (904)310-6720

EUATIO


I 301 Schools & I
Instruction
FAITH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
P/T Physical Education Teacher. If
interested, email resume/ credentials
to balvareOfcaanqels.co or call (904)
321-2137.


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RESIDENTIAL ,
LONG TERM RENTALS
5 51B S. Fletcher Ave.. 2BR/lBA home
Available Sept 1st. $900/mo including water,
sewer and garbage.
* 3BR/2BA home on Lofton Creek 2,600 sq.ft.,
Dock, garage/workshop large lot, gourmet
kitchen, many other bonus's $1,950/mo. Plus
utilities.
*Ocean Park 3BRJ2BA Furnished with I-car
garage, available monthly or long term $2,200
with utities included. .
VACATION RENTAL
AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY
2BR/1 BA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher. Across
the street frnm the beachI.Alii until, wi-fiTV &
phone.
3BRJ3BA townhome in. Sandpiper Loop
$1850/wk plus taxes & cleaning fee.
COMMERCIAL
Five Points Village, 1,200 sq. ft AJA/S. 8th St
exposure Great for retail, services, or office
$1200/mo.+ sales tax.
S850688 US HWY 17.1,210 sq.ft building with
3.8 acres of fenced property, formerly a
Nusery -u,tis ome Outu.id-rig i.'.d ier,'
hOuie sciol go. p,-operrt
T-o T Ms M4 ffe0a.eiReer.i i cs. c-r be ou.,ed
nfo.- one. 1I 600 W q ft ipie AIA r.ext o
Pecock Electi,', Si ,'sq ft CAM & Tha
* Ailn Pirk Unit B mill :,h'.ce 12 room)
wu.ub ci 5,76 sq SliO$10 mo sale; t.,,
*Fie Pai'.-s Viiage 1.210"0 4 f. AIAJ/S Bh it
aposurp Gmr. s I-,retaii. !er-.1c..or l3tice
$i.20C'imo swai'. mx
8 l300 sqt1 $.L l7,mo iei e [ Sile iioe
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904.261.40.


306 Lessons/
Classes
BECOME A TAXPROFESSIONAL.
Take the H&R Block Income Tax Course
beginning Tuesday, August 20th. Call
904-261-6942 or 1-800-472-5625 for
registration.
SUMMER CLASSES going on at Bean
School of Dance. Zumba classes for
adults morning & afternoon. Ballet,
jazz, tap for kids month of July. Call
261-DANC for info.


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503 Pets/Supplies I
FREE PLAYFUL KITTEN Orange
male tabby, 16 weeks old. No shots
yet. Loves attention. Kept indoors.
(904)307-0243
ORANGE TABBY RESCUE CAT Age
3, fully vetted, shots, fixed, chipped.
ULikes people & dogs. Free to good


1535 COVENTRY LN. Sat. 8/3,
7:30am-lpm. Women's & men's
clothes, kid's toys, & household items.
FABULOUS ESTATE SALE! 1631 S.
Fletcher Ave. Moving and everything
must go from beach cottage on Amelia
Island multifamily sale awesome
furniture, decor items, kitchen and
bath items, linens, rugs, etc. Don't
want to miss this! Sat. 8/3, 8am-4pm.
2747 OCEAN OAKS DR. S. Sat. 8/3,
7am-noon. Youth full size handmade
loft bed w/mattress, computer, flat
screen TV, DVD player, plus more.
Please do not park oh grass.
GARAGE SALE Fri. 8/2 & Sat. 8/3,
8am'-12pm. Ocean Ridge Subd., 1923
Sea Oats Ave., Fernandina. Surfboard,
office chair, stationary bike, weights,
clothes, electronics, & much more.
LIKE NEW GUITARS with cases,
acoustic & electric. Also sound
equipment & stands. Guitar's priced
$675-$125 firm. ALSO, 1 motorcycle,
2 scooters. One $600, two $4500, 601
S. 1Sth St. Phone 261-4792.
SAT. 8/3 8:30am-? Maytag washer
& dryer $200, furniture, & misc. 925
S. 18th Street. 1


I Garage es 1611 Home Furnishings 852 Mobile Homes


GARAGE SALE Fri. 8/2 & Sat. 8/3,
8am-2pm at 96843 Blackrock Rd.,
weather permitting.
BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL ESTATE
SALES!!!! Multiple Units: School
supplies,- new cosmetics, art, furniture,
sporting goods, crystal, nauticals,
antiques...Too much to list.!! AAA
STORAGE 8TH STREET NEXT TO
STAPLES Femrnandina Friday the 2nd
1pm to 5pm, Saturday the 3rd 9am-
2pm!!!!!!!!!!
YARD SALE Sat. 7/27, 8am. 432 N.
3rd St., Femrnandina. Furniture: Red
leather loveseat & oversize chair, glass
coffee table, end tables, oak/glass
dining room table, lamps, rugs, buffet
table, corner cabinet, bookshelf, ceiling
fans, chandeliers, queen wicker
headboard, paintings, wingback chairs,
chair & ottoman, odds & ends. Come
early & bring a truck.
MOVING SALE Sat. 8/3 & Sun. 8/4,
8am-lpm. Tools, furniture, treadmill,
etc. 96316 Ridgewood Cinr., off Amelia
Concourse (across from North
Hampton Golf Course).


GARAGE SALE 1126 N. Fletcher Ave.
Sat. 8/3, 8:30am. Chairs, tables, odds
& ends.


YARD SALE 8/2 & 8/3, 7am-lpm.
4941 Spanish Oaks Cir., Amelia Pkwy
south past Ritz, right on Scott, left into
Qcean Walk. Furniture, jewelry, yard
tools & equipment, Sutech 33"
commercial lawn mower, decorative
home items, table saws, Lennox,
pewter/ brass, Helen Kaminski hats,
tools, & so many more items.



ROLLTOP DESK OAK Approx. 606,
$345. Oak File cabinets $50 each. 24"
GE Double Oven, 30' Jennair stove
top. (904)3214191 .
BUY GONES FLEA MARKET 312 S:
8th St., Fern. Bch. Antiques,
collectibles, furniture. Corme see what
*you can find. Spaces available.
(904)556-5700 ,
CONCESSION TRAILER -7-1/2' X
17', state inspected, ready to cook &
serve. $12,000. (904) 206-1539 :


1992 JOHNSON 120 Custom Craft
Center Console Ready to fish,
$3500 firm. (904)206-0005


Countryside Apartments I

1&2 Bedroom Units


I r^ Tues, Thurs & Fri 8 am 5 pm
1105 S. 13th Street, Fernandina Beach

(904) 277-2103 TDD 1-800-955-8771
DIhs insiiulion is an Equal OpprlunJiiy provider an employer


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NORTH JAX FURNITURE OVER-
STOCK SALE SAVE $SS$ Queen
mattress set $150, Sofa'Love $399,
BEDROOM SETS starting at $399
House/condo package $1799. Call 904
245-9397
ALL QUEEN ANNE STYLE Hi-boy
chest, dresser w/mirror. queen 4-
poster bed, $500. Hickory Chair sofa,
$175. Coffee table glass top, $85.
Lg antique mirror, $150. 206-2001


SAL


3BR/2BA DW MOBILE HOME -
Water, sewer, trash pickup induced.
$925/,'mo. + $9003 deposit. Call (904)
753-2li5 or (904)753-2156.
FOR RENT Nassauville. Very cute
DWMH on acre lot. 3BRI2BA. $925/mo.
+ $925 deposit. Palm III Rentals (904)
321-0457.
AFFORDABLE LIVING Bring your.
RV to live on a campground for $425/
mo. All utilities included. Ask about
senior citizen special. (904)225-5577.
RV RENTALS AVAILABLE in a
campground. Weekly or monthly. All
utilities & WiFi included. (904)225-
5577.


YULEE Nice SW $775, $650, $500
Mobi____ _l_ Homes o. rental available. Water inc. Small dog
80U Mobile Homes or service animals only. Call (904)501-
15999. Possible rent to own.


MOBILE HOME For Sale. 1979
Skyline, 12x61, 2BR/1PBA, very good
condition. Have title & ready to move.
$4,000. (904)583-4459


804.Amelia Island
Homes
PARKWAY SOUTH 4BR" split plan,
formal DR, 2.5BA, Ig granite/tile kit-
chen, FP, crown molding, near beach.
$369,650. Owner (516)983-8670.

806 WaterfrontI
Waterfront Homes & Lots Call
(904) 261-4066 for information. C.H.
Lasserre, Realtor.
S 809 Lots


I 855 Apartments
Furnished
ON ISLAND 1BR apts (2 at-beach, 1
on N. 14th). $225/wk, $895/mo + dep,
inci all utils. 3BR/1BA .$275/wk +
dep, incl all utils. For details 261-5034.

I 856 Apartments I
Unfurnished I
FOR RENT 2BR/1.5BA. TH apt.
CH&A, stove, refrig., D/W, carpet.
Service' animals only. $795/mo. 828
Nottingham Dr. Call (904)261-3035.
2BR/1BA Gum St. $600/mo. +
deposit & utilities.. Service animals
only. 1 year lease. (904)261-6047 or
(904) 556-4500


FOR SALE Bldg lot 33 at Holly Point
on Nassauvile Rd. (302) 994-1957 857 Condos-Furnishecl


813 Invest. Property
INVESTMENT PROPERTY -. Cash
Deal-150,000. Rent and/or live in.
Already has great renter in it. Excellent
Location on Amelia Island. Call 631-
617-7693.





1851 Roommate Wanted
2BR ON 1ST AVE. $540/mo.
includes all utilities. References
required. Call 304-647-8337.


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"4-2"1-3942
BARBER Joe's FRPCH
SHOP Pro0iee ii
FOR LEASE TIn-CA-3OLIC
904-271-3942 1 ., .

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474390 East State Road 200 :


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2BR/2BA EXECUTIVE TOWNHOME -
Nicely furnished, with 2-car garage,
pool, tennis courts. $1275/mo., utilities
incl. Call (904)261-0816 or 557-1682.
TOWNHOME 2BR/2BA, LR/DR/klt.,
private patio, screened patio. 1 blk to
ocean. Sw. pool, clubhouse. $1250/
mo. 3 mos. mmin. Ref. (770)757-7100
6TH FLOOR OCEANFRONT Spacious
1BR/1BA, W/D, next to Ritz Cariton:
$1,199-$1,399/mo including utilities.
Call (904)261-0816 or 557-1682.

1858 Condos-UnfurnishedI
2BR/2BA. CONDO on the beach.
$1250/mo. Call Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm.
(904)261-7433


Units Available
1250 sq.ft.
Each unit different floor
plan starling at $1000
month with year lease.
We pay garbage, sewer'
& water, and outside
maintenance.
Call iihr m,, re inlornrialion

277-3942


PUBI ANNUCMN






Advanced Hearing Centers of America


announces unique hearing aid trial program, with

NO upfront cost, NO commitment and NO risk


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Area residents who want to fry tod"'s most q.ng
', A ,' aids without upfront cost, commitment or ris K are urged to

fe ,mA get in touch with'Advanced Hearing Centers of America.
; ~ Located in Fernandina Beach, Advarnced He.dring .Centers of
.-'".: America is among a handful of hearing healthcare providers-
S ,nationwide selected and certified to participate rin el Fexrial
program, developed by hearing aid manut,.:_iurer Unitron."

Flex:trial uses a unique three-step approach to hearing healthcare and
consumer satisfaction:

1. Interested individuals undergo a hearing test. If the testing indicates a good fit
for the program, participants go home the very same day* with Flex:trial
hearing aids.

2. Participants wear the Flex:trial hearing aids on a trial basis at home and in all of
their other familiar environments. There is no upfront cost or obligation during the
trial period.

3. At the end of the'trial period, participants dec ide whether they want to'continue
with the listening experience...or walk away and owe nothing.

"Other trial programs require consumers to pay for the hearing aids in advance
and then go through the process of getting a refund if they're not satisfied. But the
Flex:trial program eliminates the upfront cost for participating patients and the fear
of getting stuck with hearing aids they don't like. The risk is all ours."

Supply of Rexctrial hearing aids Is limited. This offer is valid through S/1i3, on a first-come, first-served basis. "Subjecit to availability.


WEAR IT
WORK*HOMEoPLAY

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LOVE IT
THEN DECIDE TO BUY

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A a e eiIf you wish to participate in the
I Flex:trial program, call 888-460-1359
to schedule an appointment.

1413 Sadler Road, Unit 12A Appointments available

Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 July 31st August 9th! Call today!


iLLL\GE tNt : Bik/
2BA duplex on island. Close t10
FB schools' & hospital. 1.200
Sq.ft. 1 car garage. $1,075/mo.
Available 8/23/13
-HIBISCUS COURT3BR/ -2.5
BA Condo. at Amelia Green.
1,800, ft. Screened patio. 1-car
garage. $1.3qS'mo Available
8/1/13 -
*LAKES[DE DRIVE
3BR/2BA home in Egan's bluff.
2,000 ,sq.ft. 2 car garage
$1,250/mo. Available 8/20/13.
STARLIGHT LANE
4BR/3BA home located in
Heron Isles. 2,000 sq.ft. 2 car
garage. $1,350/mo. Available
8/1/13.

Looking for a
Long Term
Property Manager?
With 150+ properties and
over 30 years of 'experience
we are here for you.
Contact Chuck Lynch for
more information.



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* Furnished or
unfurnished

Internet service,

Telephone

*,Conference room

Mail box service

Break room

Virtual Offices


Pricing from:
Daily $39
Weekly $99
Monthly $275
Virtual office $49


AmeliaOfficeSuites.com


Contact: Phil Griffin
T: 904.556.9140
E: phil@acrfl.com


CRLJRTISS H. nU.-U_____U
LASSERRE
Real Estate, Inc.
www.lasserrerealestate.com 1 601 Garage Sales I


Who is a good

candidate for

Flex:trial?


You may be a good candidate for the
Flex:trial program if you:'

* Suspect a hearing loss but haven't had
your hearing tested

Had a hearing test but decided against
' "hearing aids

* Currently wear hearing aids but are
Looking for something better

The Rex:trial'program is accepting
appointments from potential participants
July 31 st through August 9th only.

Supplies of the Flex:trial hearing aids are
limited, call today.


858 Condos-
THE LANDINGS ON AMELIA'RIVER
- large condos overlooking Intercoastal
Waterway, 3BR/3.SBA, fireplace, wet
bar, gated community, pool and park-
ing garage. Rent starts at .$2750/mo.
Call (904)753-4147 or (904)321-3444
AMELIA LAKES 2BR/2BA split, on
lake, fireplace, cathedral ceilings,
balcony. Very dean. $950/mo. Call
(904) 766-0851 or (904)568-5544.

860 Homes
Unfurnished
CARTESIAN POINTE Close to lax,
Amelia Island, & St. Marys. 3BR/2BA;
2-car garage, ceiling fans in all rooms.
$1050/mo. CaB (904)206-2841.
YULEE 3BR/2BA, 2 car garage, with
fenced in .rear backyard. Great loca-
tion. Close to 1-95, beaches, and
Amelia Island. $1,295. Powell Manage-
ment Group. Call 904-329-9070.
YULEE COTTAGE 2BR/1BA, CH&A,:
fenced, separate storage shed. $695/
mo. First & last + $500 deposit. Calft
(904)465-0511.
VISITwww.chaplinwilliamsrentals.:
corn for the most recent Information:
on Long Term Rentals. Updated Dally.-
Chaplin Williams Rentals, The Areas
Premier Rental Company
LAKEFRONT EXECUTIVE Custom .
4BR/3BA Amelia National Country.
Club on oversized lot. $2,195/mo. :
(904)261-5970 or (484)798-7889. :
2BR/1BA DUPLEX 1524 Stewart
Ave., near American Beach. Stove 8C
refrig., CH&A, washer/dryer. $695/mo.-
(404)661-2706


VACATION CHALET in N': Carolina-
Mountains. River overlook, cozy, well:
furnished, majestic views. Peaceful.:
$550 a week. Call (904)757-5416.
BEACH HOUSE Avail. 7/15 ancd/or all:
of Aug. & Sept. (2 week rmin.). Furnm-
ished, 3BR/2BA, CH&A. $800/week.:
(706)361-3394
OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.:
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,:
Realtor, for special rates.


BEAUTIFUL GATEWAY TO AMELIA
Office Space All utilities, CAN, & tax:
included. 2 rooms, 370sf. $695. Call
(904)753-0117.
EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES Office:
space from 100 sq* ft. to 2,000 sq. ft.,
Includes utilities, Internet, common-
area receptionist, conference room,..
break room, & security. For info call:
,(904)753-'4179. .
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE DOWN-
TOWN Call PDQ Property Mgmt
(904)432-7120 Regina Sluder/Broker. -





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