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NEWS


LEADER,


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Bank shooting suspect sought


ANGELA DAUGHTRY
News-Leader


'. Aguniiman remains at large after a
.local movie theater employee was shot
in the shoulder while making a night
deposit from his car at a 14th Street
bank late Thursday.
The entire incident took place in
about 15 seconds or less, said
Fernandina Beach Police Capt. James
Norman., "From what we can tell, Tthe
gunman) tried to grab the victim an4
the money and tl-ir victimwas-able to
re-cognize that he was being robbed;"
.aid Norman.
"We have a' ou ple of leads but no
so sp ets qet". '* -i
Th;e victim was in the driye-'
-hrough at First Coast Community


YHStakes


.-on pilot


programs

S HEATHER. PERRY
News-Leader '.

Moving up from assistant princi-
pal to principal at Yulee ligh School is
a challenge Natasha Drake is eager
to tackle. .
"I am overwhelmed, honored and
so excited to continue the tradition of
excellence atYHS," she said. "We are
here- to. serve the students and com-
'muhity of Yulee. We have an open-
door policy at YHS, and I lookforward
to continuing to foster, positive rela-
tionsliips for all stakehblders. We are
longing to build effective relationships
",ith Ihe- community and business lead-
ci s," said thi; ,rising pi incipal.
Drake prepared for hei ri(cw iole by
attending workshops and through col-
laboration and research with other
school leaders and her leadership
team.
"I think I have worked more this
summer than I ever have in 17 years!"
Prior to becoming assistant prin-
cipal at YHS in 2009, Drake taught,
English at Hilliard Middle-Senior"
High. She also chaired the English
department and was the drama
teacher as well as the athletic director.
The 1991 West Nassau High grad-
uate grew up with teaching in her
blood. Her father was the principal at
West Nassau High and director of safe-
ty and security fort lie Nassau School
District. Her mother taught English at
Hilliard Middle-Senior High.
Drake is looking forward to taking
the helm at the 1,179-student high
school and has big plans for the com-
ing school year.
"My goals are to create a rigorous
learning environment, effectively
begin implementation of the'Common
Core Standards, and improve com-
munication among all parents and
stakeholders," said Drake.
YHS will begin piloting the AVID
(Advancement Via Individual
Determination) program for incom-
ing ninth graders. The program is
designed to help mid-level students


Bank, 1750 South 14th St, around
11:30 p.m. when he became suspi-
cious of a man approaching him,
police said.
According to the victim's state-
ment, the suspect took out a gun and
wedged himself between the' bank's
wall anrd the vehicle and tried to grab
-the money, exchanging few words in
the process.
Realizing he was under attack, the
victim quickly accelerated his vehi-
cle, but _W he was driving off the sus-
pect firet the gun. striking the vic-
tim in t* houlder,'neck area, the
report statred Though injured, the
victim was still able to drive from the
scene arh.iFall for help
He wAs later'treated for a gunshot
wc6und at Baptist Medical Center


BACK TO


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Natasha Drake isthe new princi-
pal at Yulee High School as the
school year begins Thursday.
First Term Open House %ill be
at 6 p.m. Aug, 20





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"We are looking to build a section
for each additional grade level over
the next lour years-.," ntes Drake.
Drake and husband. Jim, have
three children, Natalie, Olivia and
Gabriel. .,
Yulee High School is located at
85375 Miner Road. Phone 491-7944 or
visit www.edline.net/pages/Yulee
_HighSchool.
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Nassau and released, according to
the report
Officers found shell casings
around the north side of the drop
box, which is located at the back of
the bank along the east wall. They
said a bullet pierced the back win-
dow of the vehicle, leaving broken
glass in the area. Photos were taken
of the scene and the Nassau County
Sheriffs Office deputies searched the
vicinity with bloodhounds, including
a retention pond behind the bank,
but did not find any evidence.
A young couple later told police
they had seen two vehicles leaving
the area with no lights on.
Police were processing the vic-
tim's car for latent prints and possible
DNA evidence Friday afternoon with


the help of the Florida Department of
Law Enforcement. They are continu-
ing to review surveillance camera
footage from the bank and area busi-
nesses.
"We are fortunate to live in an area
where this is not a regular occur-
rence," Norman noted. "But we
have guys here with 10 years or more
on the job ahd they've investigated
this kind of occurrence, so that said
we don't like it but we've seen our'
share." .
The gunman was described as a
black male, about 5 feet 9 inches tall,
with a thin build and facial hair, wear-
ing a gray hoodie.
adaughtry@fbnewsleader.com
ReporterMaryMaguire contributed
to this report.


SCHOOL


MARYMAGUIRE/NEWS-LEADE
The school day is going to be 15 minutes shorter this year. At
Southside Elementary in Fernandina Beach Principal Cindy
Olson says classes will end at 1:45 p.m. to give teachers more
time to plan lessons and participate in professional develop-
ment. The first day of school in Nassau County is Thursday.

Patience urged



as classes resume


S MARYMAGUIRE
News-Leader
The first day of school is
Thursday and parents should pre-
pare for a lengthy wait at Southside
Elementary when dropping off their
children and picking them up. ,
"It can take up to an hour, so
come early,: says Southside
SElementary Principal Cindy Olson.
"It sounds like such simple advice,
but there, is a lot of excitement on
the firstday and it can be hectic so
please, please leave the house.
early."


: Qlson is taking several steps to
prepare for the students, parents,
cars and buses that will encircle the
school this week. She is working. .
with staff to improve pick-up and
drop-off procedures and sharing
information with parents in mail-
ers, flyers and by robomessage.,
"It is mniore of a welcome
announcement, but I include tips
Son how to make theday a smooth
one, such as where to find parking
and where to wait," she said.
Additionally, Olson will have help
SOUTHSIDE Continued on 3A


Toilets, ballpark lights county puts it all on the table


MARY MAGUIRE
.- News Leader

Fo( $55.50 a family of four could
buy a large pizza with toppings, a
round of soft drinks and tickets to
"The Wolverine," now playing at the
cinema in Fer'andina Beach. Or, if
they were homeowners in Nassau
County, they could use the money to
pay a proposed annual property tax


increase.
The Nassau County Commission is
holding a special meeting today start-
ing at 10 a.m.'to discuss its $58 million
budget for fiscal year 2013-14, specif-
ically how to make ends meet. There
is an $11.6 million shortfall and com-
missioners have proposed raising
property taxes by 0.5 mills the first
hike in five years. The current tax
rated is 5.5670 mills.


Under the proposal, the owner of
a homestead property valued at
$108,420 (the current average value)
would pay an additional $54.21 in prop-
erty taxes. That's $4.51 per month to
help keep the current level of servic-
es right where they are and the
annual total is about the same as a
night out for a family of four.
At this point, the commission is
also relying on its rainy day reserve


funds and money collected through
the 1-cent sales tax to balance the
budget
Shanea Jones, director of the Office
of Management and Budget and assis-
tant county manager, is planning to
outline the county's money situation in
a PowerPoint presentation
"What I'm planning is more of an
COUNTY Continued on 3A


We now have a paid
executive director (of the
Shrimp Festival). I think
it's time to set them loose
and let them fly.,
CITY COMMISSIONER PAT GASS




No fees,


no Shrimp


Festival?

ANGELA DAUGHTRY
Newus-Leader
According to City Manager Joe
Gerrity, if the city does not pay
$33,000 for cleanup after the Isle of
Eight Flags Shrimp Festival, held the
first week of May, the event may not
happen.
Commissioner Pat Gass brought
up the cleanup payment at A July 30
budget workshop during a discussion
about city donations to local nonprof-
it groups. Gass said she would like to
see the $33,000 fee removed from the
budget.
"We now have a paid executive
director (of the Shrimp Festival)," Gass
said. She also noted the city had been
Helping the festival for 50 years.
to"I think it's time
to set them loose
and let them fly,"
:Gass said of the
Shrimp Festival
committee.
Commissioner
Ed Boner said the
commission needed
'to decide if the festi- Gass
val was profitable
and able to stand on
its own. But he also lamented the fact
that profits were mainly coming from
alcohol sales, and that the city was
"losing control" of the o 'gt vto
"Wrihen Igrew up. Sh'inip Fest was
An art festival, and it waC tiny," Boner
aid. "We ne d to always remember We
have control of it."
City Attorney Tammri Bach said
commissioners could always look at
the franchise agreement and change
its terms, and that alcohol was
approved only for this year's festival.
"In reality, we always have'control,"
Boner said.
Gerrity said then that Shrimp
Festival executive director Sandy Price
told him that ifthecity did not pay for
trash pickup, there wouldn't be a fes-
tival.
"I don't think we ought to think of
Shrimp Fest as a problem for
Fernandina Beach," Commissioner
Arlene Filkoff said. She added that
commissioners should also be look-
ing at the festival's economic contri-
bution to the city.
Gass said she loved the festival,
but brought up the clean-up pay-
ment to save money in the city's budg-
et and to make up for a drop in the mill
rate.
S According to Gerrity, the city con-
tracts with waste contractors Advanced
'Disposal for trash cleanup for the
Shrimp Festival, then pays the charge
as a "sponsorship fee" to the festival
committee.
Beano Roberts, a member of the
Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival
committee for many years, said
later the festival executive com-
mittee had recently voted to give
executive director Price a salary of
$50,000.
The nonprofit Isle of Eigl~t Flags
Shrimp Festival, held for three days
during the first weekend of May, cel-
ebrated.its 50th anniversary this year.
According to organizers, it attracts
more than 100,000 visitors to the area
with food booths featuring local
shrimp, artisan booths and antique
dealers, carnival rides, live music, a
Blessing of the Fleet, contests and a
"pirate invasion."
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OBITUARIES


Tfionmas Milton Creel 'Carol Creel and Lauren and Church at 85326 Bayview Rd.,
S Ca-ilye Creel; two great-grand- Yulee, with the Reverend Jim
: Thomas Milton Creel, children, Caje and Kinsley Tippins officiating. Interment
beloved husband of Lucy Creel, Creel; sister-in-law Virginia will follow at Green Pine
passed away at 85 years of age 'Kiclditer Ostrander; brother-in- Cemetery in Yulee. The family
on Saturday, August 3,2013. law, Patrick Kickliter, niece will receive friends from 5-7pm
: He was born on December Candace Mallard, husband today, Wednesday, August 7 at
3; 1927 in Tampa, Florida- He Larry; great-nieco Hannah: Oxley-Heard Funeral Home.
was preceded in death by his nephew C It lieu of flowers, donationsI
father. ,l "'cv Creel, mother, wife ,i :ia1de to Northeast
^ne. Kim.,'y Tawney, and Anihi, . mminunity Hospiceat
brother. ':(i Creel of Atlanta; Eli:! ""'.tiiibani Rd., Jacksonville,
Georgia.' '..-** 2 '..*. r w .. i L ;2257..
STom moved from Tampa to Friday, August 9th from 6:30 bOley-HeardFuneralDirectors
Atlanta, where be' spent inost p.m.to 8.00 p.m. at Oxley-Heard .
f his early years. He attended Funeral Home, 1305 Atlantic RearAdmL
E. Rivers Elementary School 'Ave., Fernandina Beach, FL, John Paul Jones Jr.
and St. Stanislau. Junior High, 904-261-3644. nJ r.
a#d High School'in Bay St. The funeral service will be John Paul Jones, Jr., retired
Louis, Mississippi. He was an officiated by Pastor Ida Iverson Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy, of
active school on Saturday, August 10th, at Fernandina Beach, passed away
> participant on 1:00 p.m. at Prince of Peace on Friday afternoon, August 2,
[ l the football Lutheran Church, 2600 Atlantic i2013 at the Baptist Medical
ef R and tennis Avepue, Fernandina Beach, FL, Center Nassau. Admiral Jones
y | teams. / and 904-261i6306. ':. was 80 yearsold. ,
sasang in -the Internment will take place. Born in Brunswick, Glynn
B B |school choral on" Monday at the family mau- ,. County, GA, he was the only
^^* group. After' soleuminMyrtleHllMemorial childofthelate
completing ParkinTampA,FL.U'. .S. Naval,
high school, he went to the. i'', OxleyHeardFuneralDirector.s-. ':l Captain John,
University of Illinois at the ; '.. PaulJones, Sr.
Chicago campus, majoring in,' lr A i iddeflS and Sophie. ,
business administration. After Y .H" L a c h I a
college he enlisted in the Army. Mr.,JerryA.Giddens, age.: Atwo6d Jones.'
Tom moved back to Atlanta 86, of Fernandina Beach, passed After spending
where he married and had, away Sunday, August 4,2013 at his formative -'
'three children: Kevin, Karen his home surrounded by his years in Brunswick, his father's
and Rusty. There he was very .loving family, career as a Navy dentist moved
Sctdive in civic affairs through A high school graduate of the family toTX and CA before
the Rotary and Kiwanis service Dodge County High School, Mr. returning, to GA. At that time
clubs. Sports were a great love Giddens continued his educa- and as a teenager, he enrolled at
oQf Tom's and he shared his love tion at Middle Georgia Military Academy in
with young people coaching -G e r, g i a Milledgeville, GA 'where he
Pop Warner Youth Leagues in Cbllege in graduated aLthe ig'e of 16. He 1,
baseball and football for many C o ch r an-,'" a would later,be admitted to the '.
years. He was always available G..,Georgia. He' "'Naval Academy in :Aiinapqlis
t9 play a round of golf or a game lIatr joined the, where he graduated in 1.954'arid
of bridge, no matter where bor United States received his commission as an
when, with his friends and life- .t.Navy._ -Mr. Ensign.
long buddies. .9",-Gidenswasa He met his future wife,
In 1968 Tom married Lucy member of'thAe Kraft Ath.letipc Wynelle"Winkie" Fender, also '
Kickliter from Tampa, Florida Club, enjoyed setting-oul bird;',,df Brunswick, on St. Simons
andjoined the firmof a German feeders in his yard' o h'e could -..Island in 1949; they would
chemical and plastics company, take pleasure ipnt.he'birds that marry on the day o( his gradu-
American Hoechst, now known visited., tending tb.his'y-vtable 'atio n from Annapolis. His career
Bs Celanese. During'his tenure gardens and' fishinig...i his moved the newlyweds to San"'
with Hoechst Celanese, he and youth, he enjoyed playing base- Diego,. CA where' their first '
ucy lived in'Atlanta, Georgia, ball and basketball.. child, John Paul Il,.was borni in
lhicago, Illinois, Far Hills, New Upon moving to Fernandina. 1955..Thinythen moved to Troy,
jersey, Harvard, Massachu- Beach in 1953 with his late wife NY, where he graduated from
,etts, and Clear Lake, Texas. In Edwina Giddens, Mr. Gidders Rehsselaer Polytechnic Institute
:1985, Tom was elected presi- began working as a laboratory., with a degree in. engineering.
jient.of Plastic Pipe Organi- technician at the Container John Paul wouildlaer, attend
nation of the Untied States. Tom Corporation of America, where Stanford University and obtain
loved his job and accepted all he also retired from after 36. hisMaster'sdegreeincivil'engi-
1he challenges with gusto and years. neering The Navy ajso sent him
.ledicatioh.. He was preceded irn death to study .-at the Nval. War
STom took early retirement by his loving wife of'54 years, Coqllege-in tNewport, RI, and at
;n 1991 from Celanese to help Edwina Giddeas,' son-in-law, Harvard'* Business' School.
take care of his father-in-law, Bobby Bratcher, id daughter-' While serving mn Pprt Isabel,
&vho suffered a severe stroke, in-law Sheryl iddens. TX,;ad'hdughter, Julih Marsha,
fnd assist in running his Mr. Giddehsis survived by was bqrn in I960oTheir third
ritr.us grove in Land.O' Lakes. two daughters: Jan Bratcher!. childkP 6treAlison,'wasbornin'
ria. ........ "*' -' -" hdT-Pam Pel (Rbi e'-fd' 1962 in Stanford, CA. -
Amelia Island called to Tom Hartford); two sons: Al Giddens AdmiralJones'career would
iD the year 2000. He and Lucy and Eddie Giddens '(Scan take him to many other assign-
noved to Summer Beach where Smith); a brother Ken Giddens ments in the U.S. and abroad,
e truly retired to playing golf (Mary Etta); six grandchildren: including Guantanamo Bay,
hnd bridge with his friends and Amy Ennis, Josh Giddens, Cuba; Davisville, RI; the
family and walking his dog, Rachel Giddens, Christopher Presidential Retreat of Camp
Sassy. His favorite pastimes Peeples, Andrew Giddens and David, outsideThurmont, MD;
became his children and grand- Kaitie Giddens; and five great- Gulfport, MS; Da Nang,
children, grandchildren: Jason Giddens, Vietnam; Charleston, SC;
: Tom is survived by his wife Karsyvn Ennis, Jacob Giddens, Alexandria and Norfolk, VA; and
bf45 years, Lucy, his sons Rdsty Elliana Giddens and Jerrid San Bruno, CA. While serving
Sand Kevin, wife Cheryl, and Giddens. as the Commanding Officer at
daughter Karen Baxter House Services for Mr. Jerry Camp David, John Paul and his
ind husband. Regan; six grand- Giddens will be held on family became personal friends "
children, Alex and Adam Thursday, August 8, 2013 at wfth President LyndonJohnson
Baxter, Jon and wife Sarah, 11:00 am at Community Baptist and his wife, Lady Bird Johnson.
_____________ ____ ~His service in Vietnam included
I* I *IMnn JMlTl award-winning leadership of
a Lb 1w r Mobile Construction Battalion
ica iUDA, m mV I 62 of the Navy's Seabees. As'
IBnteethepWan=Cl UMr ,l INC. Rear Admiral, John Paul
miles who"N n nedfood, shee 7 'achieved the highest rank in
; and bisic ecet277.-4 499, <* I / ., I the Navy's Civil EFiginieer'
011:904.261.7000 for more nto '14&Aintc .. Th e
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Base Kings Bay (GA) was devel- Raymond Gerald and Jane Harrelson Funeral and
oped under his leadership. He 'Torrey Schenck Irvine. Cremation Services is caring
retired from active duty in Early in life, she be-came for the. familyof Mr. Westberry.
Washington, DC in 1987 after exposed to and excelled in An online guest registry is avail-
33 years of service, horsemanship. This early love able at www.hbrrelsonfuneral-
The year following his retire- of horses prepared her for a life home.com'.
ment John Paul and Winklde of training Standard bred race- Hfanelson FuneralHome
moved to Fernandina Beach, horses in Delaware, NewJersey Forest CiOt N.C
FL, where they built a home on and Central Florida. She taught
little Piney Island. In 2005 they English-style riding, dressage Brenda Arlene
moved to their home on Amelia and jumping. Thrift W liam n
Island. John Paul was an avid She was a former member of Thrift Willia son
reader, enjoying international the Church of the Heavenly Brenda Arlene Thrift,
intrigue arid espionage books Rest on Fifth Avenue in New Williamson, age 50, of
as well as detective novels. He York City. Fernandina Beach, FL went
was an accomplished writer and She has been a resident of home to be with her Lord on
enjoyed the game of golf. Fernandina Beach since mov- Thursday morning, August 1,
After settling in Fernandina ing from Pompano Beach in 2013.
Beach, he and his wife became -2002. Born in Fernandina Beach,
active members of St Peter's Mrs. Kettles proudly passed FL, she attended elementary
Episcopal Church, where he along to her children her own school in
served on the Vestry and as traits of an independent, Fernandina
church Treasurer. educated and strong-willed until moving to
He was the loving husband thinker. I Alabama with
of: Wynelle #Winkie Fender Mrs. Kettles leaves behind, her father's job
Jones, for 59 years. He was a her son, Francids "Frank" Hubbs in the. paper
devoted father to John Paul Kettles, Jr.,: and grandson, mill industry.
Jones, III (SallieAnnMarston), Francis Huibbs Kettles III, of As a teenager,
Tucson, AZ, two daughters, Fernandina Beach, FL, her '. she attended
Karefl Alison MacNair .daughter, Chris Kettles Khanna 'Brooks High School in Killen,
timothyy John), Fernandina of Jacksonville, ;FL, three AL At the age of 21, she
Beach, FL, and Julie Marsha brothers, R. Gerald Irvine, Jr., returned home to Fernandirna
Penton-McGurn (Edward Robert A. Irvine, Randolph L Beach,:where she had remained
-McGurn),Ft..Lauderdale, FL Irvine, a sister, Janine M. H. until her passing. Mrs.
He also leaves behind'a daugh- Selendy, and several nieces and Williamson had worked as a
ter-in-law, Eren Lynn McGinnis, nephews.: .' .'Security Guard forever 20years
seven grandchildrenr. Sophia Funeral services will be at at various sites in Nassau and
"Sophie" Ana's McGinnis Jones, 2:30 pm on Sunday, August 18, Duval Counties, to include
Desmond Maxwell "Max" 2013 in the Burgess Chapel of Container Corporation : of
McGinnis Jones, Robert Paul Oxley-Heard with 'The Americain Fernandina Beach.
Penton, Christine Alison Reverend Dr. Nancee Martinof Her family recalls herstrong
Penton, Timothy John MacNair, SL George's Episcopal Church, will and determination, love of
Jr., Alison -Nicole MacNair, officiating. animals, reading and swapping
Michael Lachlan MacNair, and Her family will receive books with her mother, time
agrt- grais6nRoberto Ivan friends at the funeral home from ': with her family and working
Pento.on. John PaIhl also, leaves 1:30 pm urtil theservice. with her father on 'lny classic
behind many nices, nephews A reception witl folldv at the automobile restoration. '
ana good friends whose lives Oxley HeardFuneril-Hme. Brenda leaves behind her
he has touched. Pleas-se ,iare her!life story husband of 28 years, Arnold
Fuieral' services will be at at www.oxlha'rcom. "Arni'e" Williaimson; Jr.,
10:30. AM .toda~y, Wednesday, ..' Ofey-HerFuihral Directors Fernandina Beach, FL; their
Augdst"7,20,13-at St. Peter's -, son,Arnold "Willie'"Williamson,
Episcopal: ,. Church in james Cleveland In, Fernandina Beach, FL, her:.
Fernandina Bdach, with the,. r\ crh, ^. ., 'S parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Reverend .Rector Stephen W, ltb yS. :, (Nancy) Thrift, Yutee, FL; two
Mazingo, officiating. -..,James Cleveland "Cleve" sisters, Aimy Moore, Hilliard,
.-'AmiralJolinPaulJonesJr-W6stberry, Sr., age'71, of FL, Sibyl Bernard (Anthoney),
will be la.d 'ti rest with Full'-.EUlboro, NC, diei Sunday, Yulee, FL, three brothers-in-law,
Military Honors in St. Peterss' lAug't 4,2013 at hisresidence. Anton Williamson, Yulee, FL,
Episcopal Cemetery. .Cleve was born January 25, Eddie Wiliamson, Jacksonville, .
His faminily received friends 1942 in Wayne County Georgia, FL, David Williamson, GA, a sis-
on Tuesday from 5:00-7:00 pm to the late Elzie Edward ter-in-law, Annie Williamson,''
at Oxley-Heard Funeral Westberry and Lilla Belle '. Fernandina Beach, FLandsev-
Home. Watson Westberry who resides eral nieces and nephews.. -
In lieu of flowers, the Jones in Jesup,'GA. He worked for Funeral-services were held'. .
Family requests that donations the Amelia Island Plantation at 10:30 am on Tuesday, August
be made to either of the follow- Resort' for twenty-seven years 5,2013 in the Burgess Chapelof"
ing: St. Peter's Episcopal before his retirement 'and Oxley-Heard Funeral Home'
Church, 801 Atlantic Avenue, also had with BrotherJason Deal, offid-
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034, worked as a ating.
www.stpetersparish.org, or to ".34 Dock Master Graveside services followed
CEC/Seabee Histor.cal FQunda- at Fernandina at 3:00 pm in the High Bluff
ton, PO'Box667; Gulfxrrt'MS B Cermeter, in SVhtrl,
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org. Liri addition Her family received friends
Please share his life story at to his mother, on Monday from 5:00-7:00 at
www.oxleyheard.com. he is survived the Oxley-Heard Funeral Home.
Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors by his wife of thirty-eight years, If so desired memorialcon-:i
BettyWestberry-, two soris,Jody tributions may be made to the
Geraldine Hardcasle' Brooks and James Westberry, Nassau Humane Society, 995:1
Irvine Keles Jr., both of Fernandina Beach; Piper Lane, FernandinaBeach,
IrvIKetles two daughters, Jennifer Boswell FL 32034..:
Mrs. Geraldine Hardcastle and husband, Shawn, and Please share her life story,
Irvine Kettles, of Fernandina Michelle Hackett and husband, at www.oxleyhieard.com. .
Beach, passed. away at her Billy, all of Jacksonville, FL; two Oxley.HeardFuneral Directors
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July 25, 2013. Island, GA, and (MadysJohnson li'tlill Unrug
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Jersey, on January 19,1933, she -Edward Westberry and Aubry -'- -
H greww up: in' Westberry,.both ofJesup. He is Michael Ray Winslett, 57,
New York, also survived by four grand- Fernandina Beach,. died.
Connecticut, children, Wesley Brooks, Ariel Saturday,Aug. 3,2013. Funeral
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10 am.-1 p.m. Aug. 9 at the
Peck Center reception room
in Fernandina Beach and
Aug. 16 at the Callahan
Fairgrounds Multipurpose
Room. Learn how to develop
a budget, keep track of
expenses and how to get your
free credit report.
Grocery Shopping on a
Budget will be presented
from 10 ajm.-1 p.m. Sept 6 at


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Monday, 5 p.m.
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Monday, 12p.m.


Church Note:
Monday, 5p.m.
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Thursday, 3 p.m.


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the Peck, Center reception
room aind Sept 27 at the
Callahan Fairgrounds
Multipurpose Room. Learn
how-to reduce your food costs
and eat nutritionally..-
SThese workshops are free
and open to the public.
Reserve your spot Contact.
'Laurd Laroche at (904) 879-
1019. ,
GunC css
'Gary W Belson Associates
Inc. will hold a concealed
weapon license course at 5:30
p.m. Aug. 9 and 13, and at 9
am. and 1-p.m. Aug. 17. A
basic with defensive tactics
course will be held at 7:45
a.m. Aug. 18-and 31. For
details contact Belson at491-
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Artwalk


'!Join the Blue' Door Artists
Aug. 10 from 5-8 p:m. for the
Second Saturday Artrageous
Artwalk in downtown
Fernandina Beach. Carol
Sprovtsoff will be.the featured
artist this month at Blue Door
Artists, exhibiting her paint-
ings that showcase Amelia
Island; from the pristine
beaches and scenmc salt
marshes to the bountiful
wildlife and historic'
Fernandina Beach.
SResident Blue Door
Artists, Sharon Haffey,
Sharon Badenoch, Georganna
Mullis, Lynette Holmes,;-
Casey Matthews, Liz Dion,
Theresa Daily and Suzanne
Batchelor will show their col-
lections as well. Look for the
colorful staircase located


LOOKING BACK


S A new Fernandina Beach bus was set to .
50 -become a part of the twice daily schedule, to
E;alS.. Jadmhsovmille and bacLk. ., ,.. .. 8 '. .
.a-.. - -August 8,-1963


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The state doubled its fines for drinking and
*driving, from $362 to $624.50 for a first offense. -
SAugust 7, 1986
A draft report predicted Nassau cold grow to
more than 83,000 residents by 2010, based on
10,028 housing units planned or proposed in 'the
county. ,". "


August 8, 2003


'between Go "Fish and the '
Amelia Island Coffee Shop.
Regular hours are Monday-
Satui-rday, 11a.m- 5 p.m. at1
205 1/2 Centre St Call 491-
7733 or visit www.blue-
doorartists.com:
PinkRbbonLadles
: The Pink Ribbon Ladies,'a
support group in Nassau
County for survivors of breast
and other female cancers, will
Should its monthly meeting at 6
.p.m. Aug. 12 in the : '
Conference Room at Baptist
Medical Center Nassau in
Fernandina Beach.
-Theguest speaker will be
member Valerie Williams,
who will lead tht group in-
some yoga stretches ;
designed tO be done while '
seated.
For information contact
'j6ce Karsko ht 261'2976 or .
Isobel Lyle at 321-2057. :
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H.lger Coalition ad^"^.. ,.;.-
Second Harvest 1i'^sljer
* fre produce{ dairy, ba --:'
gbods and me-at. stiq ".,' ..;.
at I p.m. until all the fb s.. .ls
goneon Aug. 12at First '
Baptist Church, 45090 Green
Ave., Callahan; Aug. 21 at
Yulee United Methodist
Church, 86003 Christian Way,
SYulee; andAug. 29 at the
Atlantic Avenue Recreation
" Center auditorium, 2500
Atlantic Ave., Fernandina
Beach.


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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7,2013 NEWS News-Leader


$OUTHi$DE School. Routes for the
SOUTH D younger students are finished
Continued fom 1A before drivers head over to
from local police. Four to six the middle school.
Fernandina Beach Police offi- Classes at Southside are
cers and auxiliary staff will set to begin at 7:45 a.m. and
help direct traffic and be on end at 1:45 p.m. Classes at
hand for the start and stop of Emma Love Hardee will fobl
the school day for at least the low the same shift to the start
first week. and end, beginning at 8 a.m.
Southside accommodates and ending at 2 p.m.
students in pre-kthrough sec- Both schools lose 10 min-
ond grade and 590 students utes, but are still meeting state
are enrolled, a drop from 622 requirements for classroom
last year. There are 46 teach- hours, said school officials.
ers, two speech therapists, According to Sharyl Wood,
one occupational therapist and executive director, adminis-
one physical therapist on staff, trative services for the Nassau
Other departments include County School District, stu-
administrative assistance, jan- dents in grades three and
itorial help and a cafeteria under must have 720 hours of
crews. "We can't make this instruction time for the 180-
place run without all of these day school year, or four hours
excellent people," said Olson. a day. Grades four through 12
Olson believes arriving require 900 hours of instruc-
early can set the tone for the tion, or five hours a day.
School year, and perhaps even "All of the schools in the
the rest of the child's life. district exceed state mini-
"It sets a pattern that it's mums," said Wood.
OK to be late," said Olson. There are also state stan-
"These are little children who dards in curriculum. Florida is
have no control over their one of 45 states that has adopt-
schedule,but they watch and ed Common Core Standards
listen to everything and every- in reading and math. This
body around them, and if includes students in the first
mom and dad are late then and second grades at
they think it's OK. Ahd'it's, Southside Elementary School.
not." "'It's great to have these
Tardiness is not going to common standards so that
be accepted, and neither is students can prepare for col-
poor attendance, said Olson, lege and careers,-which
who 'has been 'principal at seems so far off now but real-
Southside for seven years. ly isn'tt" said Olson. "Also,
But she says, the biggest con- think about students who ;
cernis safety. transfer out of state now
"Making .sure that kids get there's' a basis for what that
home safely and. that we put student has learned."
them in the right cars with But it's not all study. The
the right people is always top students have time to run
priority," said Olson, a popular around and the playground'is.
principal with students and, receiving aa upgrade
parents who has been known First -Coast Community
to walk students home when Bank dated $2,500' to the
a parent or guardian fails to school, and Olson said the
show up. "I love all of my.stu- money, has been spent on
dents and. if I know someone 42,000 pounds of rubber
is waiting for them- at the mulch for the playground'
house but for whatever rea- Chick-fil-A is also a business
son just can't make it to the partner, said Olson, donating
school, of course.I'm goingto '15'percent ofprofts one night
escort them." 'a month. o p
The school day is going to In a final note. Ols0ori offers
be a bit shorter this year at the following tips ior making"'
Southside and Emma Love.. the first day of school a
Hardee Elementary to aid' smooth, one Arrive early;
teacher planning and bus .wear shirts with sleeves (no."
' schedules. skinny stuaps) and shorts that
"The shorter day will give hit just above the knee; and
'teachers more time to prepare shoes with heels, preferably :
lIssons and participate in in tennis shoes.
professional development pro- mmaoquirefbneu'ekJdercom
grams," said Olson. The extra ___,_...._______ ..._.....__
time will also help alleviate
busy bus schedules.: |ab
The.buses handle triple he d p t.iry,,i, .ds
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COUNTY
Continued from 1A
educational' presentation to
highlight what services people
are receiving for their tax dol-
lars," said Jones in a phone
interview Friday afternoon.
"How long will I speak? That's
hard to say because I will take
as many questions as the com-
mission wants to ask."
Jones said she has held
extensive individual meetings
and phone' calls with commis-
sioners over the past few weeks
detailing the county's money
troubles. Now, the five elected
officials on the county board
must decide how to cover
expenses.
Imposing special fees as a
way to generate revenue has'
fallen flat Earlier this summer
the commission voted to reject
a proposed fire tax in favor, for
now, of the half-mill property
tax increase.
SCommissioner Pat Edwards
favors a special user fee, includ-
ing a gas tax, to help spread the
cost of operating the county to
out-of-town visitors, such as
tourists and truckers, but that
idea was rejected.
"I can't support an ad val-
orem tax," said Edwards in a
phone interview late last month.
"Auser fee or special tax seems
like a better way to go so that'
more people shoulder the cost,
not just property owners."'-
Edward s voted' "no" to the
.procedural state requirement
to balance the budget rising the
slightly higher village. So did
Commissioner Steew Kelley
I am' not voting to r'aise
property taxes." said Kellev.
"Let's stop'wasting taxpayer
money.. :
Those- wird, may sound
good to property owners. But
Kelley's plan to cover expenses
could also cost the county in
the long run.. For: example,


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The water turns on later this month at the new bathrooms at the Melton 0. Nelson -i
boat ramp aleng ALA at Lofton Creek. Fishermen EJ. Morris, 85, left, and'Robert
Strong, 77, are longtime regulars to the site, and the nearby bushes. They say they are
relieved that civilized facilities (background) have been installed and offer this advice ::
tar boaters who need to take care of business until the toilets open. -
"You don't want to take too long because the mosquitoes will bite you good," said ?
Morris. .
"Don't go under the bridge, it's too messy under there," said Strong.
With the county facing an $11.6 million shortfall in its upcoming budget,
Commissioner Steve Kelley thinks there is too much waste in government spending
and last month pointed to the construction of these new bathrooms at a cost of
$132,408 as an example of officials flushing money down the drain.


Kelley would cut capital impro-
vement projects, including the
Chester'Road improvement-
plan. The overall cost is about
$15 million, but the county's .
portion is $1.9 million. The rest
of the cash comes from state
funds. .
Budget director Jones said if
the county removes its portion,
the state could withdraw its con-
Stribution and cancel the project
altogether.
Kelley also questions the
need for new bathrooms at the
boat ramp at Lofton Creek on'
AlA- at a cost of $132,408 due


in part to EPA, JEA and other
requirements arid lights for a
Callahan ballpark. "They don't
even have night games," said
Kelley.
To schedule night games,
there must be lights. And
boaters, young and old, may be
tired of ducking into the bush-
es, including EJ. Morris, 85,
afid Robert Strong, 77,
longtime' regulars at the
Lofton Creek site. As they
fished there Monday evening,
.both said they welcomed
the addition of bathroom facili-
ties.


Commissioner Barry Hollo-
way said he doesn't want to'
raise taxes, and that he is open
to cutting employees. After W'
commission meeting latl'
month, Holloway said,' "Every'
thing is on the table."
Today's meeting will be heik
at the James S. Page Goverig
mental Complex on Nassau
Place in Yulee. The special'
meeting will take place in thU
commission chambers at' 16
a.m. The public is invited tf
attend and make comments foa;
up to three minutes.
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A movie theater employee was shot but able to drive away from an attempted rob-
ry at First Coast Community Bank on South 14th. Street Thursday as he was mak-
ig a night deposit at the drop box behind the facility, above. Police continue to
arch for the suspect. .


^^ POLITICS IN BRIEF


LowCountryBoil
Stop by Democratic Party Headquarters
this Saturday to buy ticketsto the Low- '
Country Boil to be held on Saturday, Aug. 10.
The office will be open and staffed from 10
a.m. to noon. Deriocratic Party "
Headquarters is located on the corner of
Date'and Eighth streets. For more informa-
tion contact Carla Voisard at (904) 849-7076
or csvoisard@gmail.com. ..
The 16th Annual Low Country Boil'
fundraiser begins at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 10 at the
Fernandina Beach Golf Club. 2800 Bill
Melton Road. Speakers, this year include U.S.
Sen. Bill Nelson, former Florida senator and
current gubernatorial candidate Nan Rich


and Florida Democratic Party Vice Chair
AlanClendenin. .
: .Tickets are $50 per person and can be pur-
chased from any precinct captain or at
: Democratic Party headquarters, at 401 South
SEighth St. in Fernandina, or by sending an
email toinfo@nassaudemsorg.
Blue Bag Lunches
All Democrats 'are welcome to bing lunch
and share time together at noon Wednesdays
Sat Democratic Party headquarters located at
the comet of Date and Eighth streets. '
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Due to public appeals
against its closing, the Fernan-
dina Beach post office at 401
Centre St will remain open
until at least Sept. 10, accord-
ing to Postal Service repre-
sentative Stephen Seewoester.
However, the move appears
to be a stopgap measure, as
Seewoester said the agency is
actively preparing the historic
building for sale and it could be
on the market by the middle of
next month.
Appeals by city residents
were directed to the Postal
Regulatory Commission in
Washington, D.C.
Local attorney. John
Cascone wrote in his appeal
that downtown Fernandina
Beach is losing the post office
because the U.S. Postal-
Service allowed the building
to deteriorate.,
"While I understand the
need to conserve resources,
the manner in which it is
:* accomplished.is as an impor-
tant as the act itself," Cascone
wrote in his appeal. "The
downtown, facility is a part. of
our downtown's core.... The
service to Fernandina will
greatly suffer by this closing."
"1 urge you to rescind this
decision," Cascone wrote.
According to Seewoester,,
the Postal Service has given .
the Centre Street office a max-.
imum of 120 days to stay open,
or until Nov. 19, before if
makes a final decision on clos-
ing the facility.
As for the ,ale of the build-


ing, Seewoester wrote in an
email that the Postal Service is
"currently getting the building
ready for market"
That entails going through
our environmental due dili-
gence and intergovernmental
notifications," Seewoester
wrote. "We anticipate the build-
ing will be ready for sale mid-
September."
The closure of the historic
building, a three-story Italian
Revival structure designed by
James Knox Taylor in 1912,
has been a long process, and
many questions still remain as
to its future.
City officials have discus-
sed its purchase for years, pos-
sibly for a new City Hall or!
other civic use, but have been
stymied by the cost of renova-
tion. The Postal Service has
done routinemaintenance but
no extensive renovations. :A-
2010 study by aChicago archi-
tectural firm estimated r'eno-
vation of the entire deteriorat-
ing structure to be at leasto3.8
million. '
Postal services in the down-
town area have been available
at Books Plus, 107 Cenre St.;
since 2012.' The store is bon-
tracted to offer all U.S. Postal
services except postal money
orders and post office boxes.
A public notice displayed
at the Centre Street pbstbffice
on July 16 states that written
Comments may be addressed
to Diana Alvarado, LISPS Faci-
lties Office-FaCilities Imple-
mentation, 1300 Evans Ave.,
Suite 200, San Francisco, CA
94168-8200.
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IN BRIEF f

Specal meeting
The Amelia Island Touris-
Development Council will.
hold a special meeting at 3:3Q
p.m. today at Fernandina
Beach City Hall, 204 Ash St.
For information contact the
Amelia Island Convention &k
Visitors Bureau at 2774369.
Businaess workshop
The Small Business
Development Center Nassau."
will host a workshop on start-
ing your own business on .
Aug. 9 from noon-l:30 p.m. ,
and Sept. 23 from 5-6:30 p.m..
in the SBDC Nassau office at
the James S. Page .
Governmental Building,
96135 Nassau Place, Yulee.
The workshop is free. Seating
is limited. Pre-registration is
required by calling 491-7347.
Thinking of starting your
own business? This'workshclt
will give you an overview of
the seven basic requirements
for business STARTUP: I,
Selecting an idea, Testing the,
market, Acquiring capital, ,
wRiting a plan, Turning for '
help, Understanding legal ,'
requirements, and Projectinr
cash flow. '
rive&GolOO '
Friends of the Fernandin,
Beach Library is working th
Jacksonville Jaguars' "Give ',
and Go 100" ticket promotion'
to raise funds for the expan-.
sion and renovation of the
library on North Fourth
Street. Purchase single gamg
tickets with simple click on'r
your computer by accessing''
the Friends of the Library Al
website. Friends of the
Library will receive $10 for '
each ticket sold: as more tick-
ets are purchased, the retur"i
'could reach $30 per ticket. "*
SGo to www.Fernandina
'FOL6rg/event Click on
"Watch the Jaguars" then the'
Jagiar logo to buy tickets. i
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Volunteer

Centermove
The Nassau County Vol&i-
teer Center has announced i hal
for the next several months is
offices will be located in a'dif-
ferent suite in the same oflide&
'BWii[ng 'ht f' hatlbeth
located lor tli e last-th'iee yea
This temporary move is dtae
to renovations of the buildingiAt
1303 Jasmine St., now owned
by the Barnabas Center. The
Volunteer Center can now K-
found in Suite D for those wl)
visit. Mail may still be sent lo
1303'Jasmine St., Suite A,
FernandinaBeach, FL 32034:
The Nassau County
Volunteer Center is a 501c (3)
nonprofit whose mission is tiu
mobilize people and resources
through the promotion of v@-
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solutions to community pr6.-
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If the word "google" has
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English dictionary because it is
so widely used, then other pop-
tilar names should also be con-
sidered for inclusion.
;. In caseyou have been under
asylum in anon-English speak-
ing country6for the last 10 years,
Sthe word. "google" means to
search the Internet. The term is
derived, from the popular
Internet search engine of the
same name.
In Fernandina-Beach, a wide-
ly used term or expression has
originated from City Hall. It is
associated with the painstaking
process that new businesses
must go through to receive final
approval from the city to open



Their doors.
The newly
coined term:
"mandrick-
ed."
If consid-
ered by Mr.
Webster, it
would also be
stoe hs classified as a
STME'S.verb. It dis-
.:ARW .seminates
PLACE from the
name of John
- Mandrick the
Steve Nicklas director of the
'city utilities
department You see, Mandrick
must offer his blessing to any
new business desiring to tie into
the city's water and sewer lines.


The complete definition of
the term is when Mandrick
holds a ransom-like fee over a
business owner's head until
he or she meets his demands
for a hefty payment for a.
water/sewer permit Or else the
business cannot open.
For instance, a new business
recently wanted to expand its
outdoor seating. The owners
were told that itwould cost them
a substantial amount of money
to receive Mandrick's approval
for the extra seats. Apparently
the new seats would somehow
impact the city's water and
sewer capacity, and the business
owner, owed the fee in Man-
drick's distorted eyes. Or else,
nopermit


These business owners were
subsequently "mandricked."
And they knew it- and told oth-
ers about it-
: It is not a positive connota-
tion. Unfortunately, it is all too
widespread.
The term can elicit express=
sions of shock and awe.
There are at least four or five
much-publicized incidents of
business owners being "man-
dricked" in recent months. Even
though other city officials have
jurisdiction over. Mandrick's
actions, they seem unwilling to
oppose Mandrick and act on the
behalf ofbusiness owners.
There is an air of bewilder-
ment about Mandrick's actions.
Apparently he uses a self-con-


cocted formula to determine
impact fees against businesses.
It appears to be a calculation
that only he knows. So it is
provincial to him and his depart-
ment
Though city officials do not
recognize the term in public,
they are aware of its uses but
apparently not its ramifications.
This is the most unfortunate
part
A slate of new city commis-
sioners who each ran on pro-
business platforms has sat idly
as Mandrick has "mandricked"
one business after another.
Hopefully, the word, will not
become part of a common lexi-
con when people talk about
Fernandina Beach.


The potential repercussions
could easily deter businesses
from opening here in the future
-for fear of being "mandricked"
(see how nicely and poetically
this term fits inside a sentence?).
Instead, the businesses might
opt to open outside the city lim-
its, seeking a sort of asylum in
the county
And this would be an
unspoken detriment to the city
and its reputation and its peo-
ple_
Steve Nicklas is a financial
advisor who lives and works on
Amelia Island. His business
columns appear in several news-
papers in North Florida. Ye can
be reached at 753-0236.
tenicklJaswteam2@msn.com.
\


Facts and expectation are key


will enlarge no more'on
the evidence, but submit to you,
g entlemen -facts are stubborn
things; and whatever may be
-, our wishes, Our inclinations, or
the dictates of our passions they
S.cannot alter the state of facts
.. and evidence: nor isthe law less
S.stablethan the fact; if an assault
was made to endanger their
Slaves, the law is clear, they had
the right to kill in their own sell
defense."
S No, this did not come out of
S the recent George Zimmerman
trial. But it does show that things
, 'iave not'changed as much as
%we would like to believe. It was
* stated by John Adams in 1770,
/ who later went on to become
the second president of the
United States, who was defend-
ing the hated British soldiers
involvedd in the Boston
Massacre. :
S Again, the Zimmerman case
S: was a tragedy because a young
M an was. needlessly killed We
will probably never know, based
on the facts Presented, whether
.-Zimmerman was the aggressor.
However, the prosecution never
presented any facts to prove
their case or that George Zim-
.. .merman *did not act in self-
efense. As John Adams said in
_770, "facts are stubborn
thingss ..
,. In thisregard, I was proud of
4, 1ie six women jurors-who,
despitee all the .emniotion and
hoopla, were able to make a
decision, based onithe facta;The
prosecution did ,'usr all a. dis-
.service by charging Zimmer-
m .. an with second-degree mur-
b 1


der' when
they knew
fro from. the
b~eg inning
that they did-"
nIt have facts
to prove fthfie
c h a'r g 6e
People have a
right to
r COACK'So expect the'
CORNER prosecution
...- to be forth-
right and
Howord when, instead
Pinqes "of living with
the facts, you
try, as the prosecution did, to
develop a scenario that is not
Backed by the facts, you create
false expectations that lead to
disappointment and bitterness.
The truth, I believe, is that
we make big mistakes when we
sugarcoat expectations. Young
people without experience have
a right to a correct picture of
what the world is really about.
Yes, Bill Gates 6f Microsoft fame
was able toachieve success and
wealth withotlgraduating col-
lege. Yes. somip athletes and
entertainers canlachieve wealth
and fame without an education.
However, very few of us have
this ability and for us to be suc-
cessful we have to play by the
"rules of the gam1."
One of Oe things I truly
appreciated about my private
equity clients'fs that they lived in
world of facts and-expectations.
\'hi to(1, 49 mak-
1 inglll~piriU'lpr m st'akehold-
ers One day the president of
one of their companies where I


provided coaching came in tp
protesttothe managing partner
that, because they had missed
their nuribers, his key people
were not getting bonuses
"They put in so many hours;
and -are invaluable to me," he
stated "It's not fair for them to
miss out because we missed our
numbers."
"Too bad," the managing
partner replied, "we don'toper-
ate that way. If" you rhake your
numbers your people can expect
to be rewarded, apd if you don't,
they won't I[f they don't under-
stand that, they arein the wrong
business."'
When I was 39, the CEO tf
Standard Brands, a Fortune 20A)
company, came to me and said
he wanted to promote'me to sen-
ior VP of human resources.
However, he also pointed out.
that my appearance would have
to be upgraded. "While straggl,
hair and slick clothes are prob-
ably a benefiiin labbbiielations.,"
he noted, "otr.board is madf
up of a number of gentlemen
with two first names and they
won't relate to your present
appearance. So unless you com-
mit to some changes, I will not
recommend you.,
Thankfully, he gave me an
easy decision by presenting me
with the facts and the expecta-
tions My sense is, if people
come away from the Zimmer-
man case understanding that.
facts and realistic expectationr-
nale cr'emial to our Pociet,. pi-
haps5f*rmje'ei'0hAntris ot ulhit
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Green, open space now that's progressive


What constitutes a pro-
gressive community these
days? No, not the used-to-be
political liberal progressive,
but moving ahead progres-
sive, getting better progres-
sive, moving forward progres-
sive.
No doubt it depends on
who you ask. Folks who see
us completing the transition
from a middle class, working
class commfiunity to one devot-
ed exclusively to tourism, and
are happy about that, probably
think we're progressive.
Those of us, like myself, who
long for the days when ours
was a truly a unique place to
live, with a special quality of
life, aren't nearly so sure.
Probably a lot of people are so
caughtup in their hectic,
work-a-day lives that not much
time is spent pondering such
things. 1 get that..
Ournew-found obsession,
with tourism aside, there are
many things that mark us as
progressive. All of us, I
believe, value public access to.
public places and would rail at
any attempt to do away with or
stifleourwability to go to the
' beach. our waterfront, the
('.xniiway. our parks or any of
the placesWe consider "ours."


Allofus, I
believe,
value our
community's
Commitment
to the arts -
the museum,
the various
theaters, the
DEBATE painters
among us,
SAND the other
TACKLE artisans, the
writers and
.. poets. These
Ron Sapp and other
characteris-
tics mark us as progressive.
S What progressive commu-
nities don't do is sell their
land. Several years ago some-
one, I caf'tremember who,.;
suggested identifying all city
properties for the purpose of
selling those with little or no
"public" value. The city owns
propertyall 'ver the place and
the listwas 6dxtensive,.tlie
problem was determining
"public" value; one per-sonf's
empty lot was anfiothfer. per-
son's pocket park,so, not
much was done.
S'Iwasn't surprised then, to
hear that this city commission
Swas considering,; again, selling
city property. And, .I wasn't


surprised to hear about the
properties they were consid-
ering selling- 28 acres of golf
course property and 6 acres
along Amelia Island Parkway.
Those properties had been
considered before, by other
commissions, but never seri-
ously.
These properties are in a+
special category, they're 34
acres that have been identified
through zoning, the compre-
hensive plan and the future
land use map (FLUM) as
recreation land, land that' ,
should be protected and pre-
served for ourselves and
Future generations,and as
Such can only be sold by their
oWners 7 the people of
Fernandfna Beach.
It was a forward thinking,.
progressive city; commission.
that passed legislation requir-
ing public approval for the
Sale or long-term lease of'city
recreation lands. Fresh in our
minds was the attemnipt to seUll
. ,0or lease what is now Main


Beach Park for the develop-
ment of a major hoteL That
tax revenue, some believed,
was more important than
keeping the land as green,
open space. The vote was 3-2
to keep the land.
Since that time progressive
commissions have opened
more than 40 public beach
accesses, built three beach-
front parks, established a land
acquisition fund, voted to put
a $6 million open space bond
issue on the ballot, improved
Sthe city's portion ofthedown-
Stown waterfront and rejected,
Repeatedly, the notion that the
public's recreational lands
should be sold for greater
propertytax revenue.
In'the early 1980s, it was a
hotel in Main Beach Park,
Snow if is new homes on 34
Acres of trees and open, green
space. The irony is great- in
2001'the people of Fernandina
SBeach voted to'tax ourselves,
-in order to create a fundto '
buy public' land -over 300


What progressive communities don't
do is sell their land


acres of Greenway and other
open, green space. This com-
mission wants to set that his-
tory aside and become advo-
cates for selling 34 acres of
trees and open, green space.
Preservation to "For Sale"
signs in just a little over 10
years.
This commission will
rationalize its decision to put
the question of sale on the
November ballot by saying,
"We'll let the people decide."
It's kind of like asking the peo-
ple of Fernandina Beach
whether or not they want to
dissolve their city and turn
everything over to the county
to do away with city taxes.
Some questions are so ridicu-
lous, so filled with folly that
they shouldn't be asked.
Selling our green and open
spaces just to get more prop-
erty tax revenue is one of
those questions.
Do we really need to sell
trees and open, green space to
build more houses? I don't
think so. Our current infra-
structure can barely support
our current population, do we
really need t6o build more
houses for more people? I
don't think so.
SThis commission can go


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ranks of previous progressive
commissions and reject even
the question of selling the
public's green and open
spaces, or it can-become infa-
mous, in that it can be the first
commission to put that odious
question on the ballot My fear
is that in these days of shrink-
ing property tax revenue
more commissions might
choose the route of infamy;,
today they come for 34 acres,
tomorrow some of the
Greenway, the next a public
beach access or two.
SToday, most of us, I
believe, regard the image of a
hotel in the heart of Main
Beach 'Park un-thinkable. My
hope is that the people of
Fernandina Beach reject the
sale of the 34 acres and that*
30 years from now people liv-
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image of yet another quaintly
named'subdivision or gated
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VIEWPOINT/HARYy SIMMONS/AMmcAN SHORE & BEACH PRESERVATION ASSOCIATION


coastline for


Most of us know that wide beaches-, high
dunes and stronger buildings enable coastal
areas to survive rising seas and stronger
storms; But it you want to see what the nuts
and bolts of preparing a major coastal area for
an uncertain future looks like, New York City
has done the work- and the final result is a les-
son for us all.
In the wake of Superstorm Sandy and
some eight months, 438 pages and an estimat-
ed $20 billion price tag later the soon-to-be-
departed Bloomberg administration has put a
plan (and cost) on how the most intensely
developed coastal area in our country plans to
prepare to deal with the dual disasters.
According to reports on the study's conclu-
sions, the scope of the improvements cuts
across the cityscape from hardening the.
power grid to withstand flood waters, making
existing structures (particularly public hous-
ing) more storm: and surge-resistant, restoring
"soft" coastal defenses such.as marshes, oyster
beds'and (ofcourse) dunes 'nd beaches, build-
ing "hard"protection where necessary to pre-
vent flooding and a whole host of other ideas -
some of whiich are not included in the current
cost as they will require further study.
:Those who want more details can look it up:,
online (www.n'yc.gov/html/sirr/himl/report/.
reporLtshtml), but here's what coastal profes-
,sionals around the country should draw from
the Big Apple's conclusions; ,
You can't start soon enough. Even the sim-'
Splest of plans to counter the threats of sea level
rise and more intensestorms will take years -
Seven decades to achieve even the most basic
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speast, will speak on aSea-Level
arid FemnancidBead at 7p.m.T I
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rrfdtmation, call 277-7325 or email
alburke@fcntoig.

You can't think big enough. Both
potential magnitude of the problem
scope of its impact not to mention'
connectedness of coastal manageme
fix here can create an unintended pr
over there it really takes a broad-b
picture approach to have a real imps
The price tag is going to be daun
it won't get any cheaper if you wait.
that the cost of the NYC plan is rough
to the recovery costs from Sandy to
area; and you decide which is a sma
ment.
It's going to. take a public-private
ship to getit done, covering manyju
and disciplines. This isn't a big-gove
solution, it's a big-picture solUtion-
private sector needs to be part of the
From Day One. It's their homes and
stake, their businesses and infrastru
risk..,and their dollars that will need
pay f6rthis. ,
There's' no "best way" or "one siz
-,answer. Each coastal area has'uniqu
and issues that will demand unique
To be effective, communities will ne


rising waters
Priorities and have different approaches
S .. to succeed- and nothing in the coastal
toolbox should be off the table in this discus-
laning sion.
I RFis IThe final and perhaps most lasting lesson
hursday, from all this is that the plan-you start with is
urn. For not the plan you'll-see in place when (or i "
things reach completion. Lessons will be
learned, needs will be reshuffled, sticker
shock will take its toll.- and, mostly, you'll
learn something new from every storm, from
due to the every new study of sea level, from new tech-
and the nology and old principles. Youll also need to
the inter- adapt to the unique conditions each coastal
rent where, a community faces, with an overall goal being
problem prepared for rising seas either incrementally
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and the big, learn often and keep searchinglor the
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VOICE OF THE PEOPLE


Sniartg"W .th' ,..-. 'et science. It's just a bad idea The '
..... study that was previously done in this ,,;
SRe; "lobs come with a price," July matter projected an income from paid
26. '";" . parking that just wasn't very impres- ,
.'As an executive board member of. sive. Surely there are other ways that SUAMi
jhe Nassau County Economic rather paltry amount can be raised. It.
SDevelopment Board, I would like to would also penalize those of us who live '
Thank Mary Maguire for the recent on the island but not inside the city "
articles about growth and business limits, as I doubt we'd qualify for the '.- :
S development in Nassau County annual resident's pass ;
The articles summarize the suc- It's not a very practical approach,
cessful activities of NCEDB well. either. While the parking lots at the
However, I cannot agree with the beaches are often fiUed during the peak *-'..
notion to doubt business development summer vacation months, they are less :,"
incentives during a'critical budget sit- so in other months and practically .
S uation of city and county. empty in winter months. Empty park- :
S The Fishkind Sustainability Study ing spaces don't generate income..I
for Nassau County from 2008 shows Putting paid parking into place at the .
that current budget and levels of serv- beaches would also have the effect of '
ice cannot be maintained without herding everyone intoareas right at or.:
Growthh.',;. ,' ; around places where there are meters ',.
M. Many other studies also show that or parking kiosks (another idea that .
if we focus tIoo much on new residen- doesn't seemni to have been adequately
tial development,'-a we'have done in researched). As it stands, if you can't" ',
tbe past,,A?,ryiI be shortchanged. find a spot in any of the hai:king 16ts, '
Ueperdditi2 6' the study, goerirneht you can often park somewhere else'" r' _
hasto spend between S 1.39and Sl 53 with no hassle.
Sfor every $.lfii revenue created from One of those places is along Ocean
Presidential housing. Drive, the narrow lime rock road that
The equation is much more favor- runs alongside the north end of the
able for industrial and commercial beach. It's a favorite spot of fishermen I
development. Every tax dollar gener- and others who just want to spread out 1 ir
' ated in this area requires less than 50 a little and.not be on top of one anoth- ..
: cents in government spending, er; and you can mostly always find a '
NCEDB supports "Smart Growth spot to park there, even on days when ..
Development,"'which is,'chatacte'rized the lots are maxed out. How would
by efficient land' use,'a mixture of you implement paid parking on Ocean The insurance
J homes, businesses and services locat- Drive? Parking meters?. Kiosks? And "formulary" wh
ed closer together. pray tell, where in the dickens would will not cover h
S We believe that.this will contribute you place them? No, the danger here ications unless tlI
S to sustainable growth and further is that Ocean Drive would probably Does your phy
improve the qualityof life in our region be closed to parking, thus giving beach- health care or an
SHaving worked as an international front residents there what essentially., panies deciding
Business consultant for some years:, would amount to a long stretch of pri- health care and
: assisting European companies to vate beach. Yes, there are public pay for and how
branch outto.the U.S.market, I have, walkovers there, but if parking on that take for each me
experienced the value of a "one stop" roadwere eliminated,iwhere would is number 2.
business development agency in a 'anyone who doesn't live at oir'beside, Despite trying
Scotmty. NC.EDB is playing this role hot the beach park? This isn't rocket sci- lic relations fa4
only for "new businesses" but also to ence either, Coleman. patients, are bei
support existing entities in their con- Free beach and downtown parking from the time yo
Stinued growth. Partially funding a full'. hIas been a precious gift this city has ance card at the
time small business advisor dedicated had to offerfor ages, forever in the: pital. During my
to Nassau County is the best example caseofthebeach.,Whyupsetthatapple: I worked for phy
fr, cartfora fow bucks? Let'slook at other tals and, the last
:' In addition, I would:like to bring ways of cutting spending and raising mer number-ne
up accountability. NCEDB has revenue. For instance,whydo city and in Florida. My fi
launched last year the Nassau county department heads need take- start an HMO, i.
Tomorrow campaign. We appreciate home vehicles, some ofwhich are even -different name.
the financial support of all the investors used for personal reasons? There are Myphysicia
to this campaign. Yet, we also have other ways to make a few bucks. talktotheinsurm
made a commitment about the impact Trashing a longstanding tradition get exactly.a30-
of NassauTomorrow: 2,500 direct jobs, shouldn't be one of them.'The public to the day and n
1,300 indirect jobs and $114 million in has voiced its opinion on this matter torcan prescrii
annual total earnings over a five-year over and over and the answer is always icatiorin.July.31 h
period, Those are ambitious numbers thesamrne: NO, wedon'twantthat.Sorry give 30 days at
and the readers should rate us against Coleman, better leave well enough requires aspeci
them. alone. dcian, essentially
Working for Science First, a corn- Joe Palmer health care..
pany, that was "lured" to, Nassau *. Fern.andina Beach ':
County, I can only state the following:
Nassau County has kept its promises Thelirtlll
for ScienceFiustwhen itcomesto qual- lg l "h.,. "" "
ity of ife1 business climate and the As if high health-caretcostswerenot ll
availability of skilled employees, enough, premiums for my wife and I, Seems that i
2 Yes, "Jobs come with a price," how- are $879 permbnth. Then-there isthe Nor~should it. :
ever a moratorium on "smart" growth calendar year deductible of $4,200 radio newscasts
comeswith a much higher price tag. before :,your "benefits" are and-'talkinghea
SHelmut Albrecht covered/paid for by your health care ed news media,
Executive Board Member company. Now our benefits are being dent's podium,
Nassau County EconOmic rationed even further: managing by man trial relat
Development Board the individual pill per prescription. Trayvon Martin,


Paid parking
SColeman Langshaw and I are
friends. I always enjoy reading his
columns and mostly agree with his
viewpoints on things. But his ringing
endorsement of paid parking down-
town (July 26) and at the beaches is
Where we part ways. No, it's not rock-


I have been seeing my doctor for
more than 20 years. Insurance com-
panies used to tout "the relationship
between the doctor and patient" as the
most sacred bond. Ifso,whywas Itold
30 days ago that a prescription I have
been taking for the last eight years is
now being rationed down to the num-
ber of pills the doctor can prescribe in
his/her prescription?


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ecution as non-racial in nat
tinues in the news, frequent
lead story. At the dinner table
social occasions. I have
several post-trial-social ga
-at which,-more often than
lead topic of discussion
Zimmerman trial TypicallyI
dees are generally well-read,
fil, reasonably well educate
quently are retired. For the r
they have been unabashedlj
their seemingly iron-clad cc
that the trial's verdict was a
correct. Nor was the issue of
mentioned. Al, the pleasure
fort of being doubt-free.
My problem is that I am d
as well, but not in the same ve
no doubt that the trial was r


sall use a racial component I've no doubt that the
says they prosecution gave every indication of
new med- having bungled itsjob. And I am both-
* forced to. ered by being unable to understand
age your how it is that intelligent, well-read and
dance con- 'enlightened folks could be so certain
ow much and comfortable in regarding the event
s they will of Martin's killing, and the trial's han-
s you can dling and its result, without even the
ieanswer slightest degree of wonder.
Seeking enlightenment as to pos-
good pub- sible behavioral causes, not only of the
I:1 me, the motivations of the perpetrator but, as
vantageof well, of some public reactions to the
our insur- event and to the trial itself, I endeavor
ce or hos- to look to relevant scientific literature
ealthcare In the event, we read that the late
ps, hospi- 'anthropologist RobertArdrey identities
th the for- as among major societal problems con-
company ducing-to conflict racialand religious
ent was to hostilities; the inclination ofadults to
Scare by a accept the way of the past as the way
of the future;, conflict inspired by dif7
o call and ferences in people, e.g., in skin color,
iy so I can stature, facial structure, quality of hair,
ition down and unresolved societal problems asso-
[sthedoc- ciated with such human maladies as
fthe meed- crime, racial antagonisms and .social
Swill only loneliness. The writings of the late
ch time it Auschwitz survivor and social histori-
my-physi- an Primo Levi identify, as causes of
he cost of violence, societal problems generated
'by intolerance, lust for power, eco-
. Barnes nomic difficulties, religious or politi-
ma Beach' cal fanaticism and .racial attrition.
Sadly, while so many causes of prob-
lems are identified, solutions are not
S In-spite of the foregoing, my feeling,
go away. myhope, isthatinyears tocome, mat--
ay, on the ters dealing with problematical socie-
newscasts tal issues associatedwith race and ril-
the print- gionwill havecome to command much
the presi-' less attention then they do today.
Zimmer- Moreover, there is a possibility that
killing of science may yet offer the hope of ulti-
ythe pros- mate resolution of such issues. The
uare, con- renowned evolutionist and biologist
tly as the Richard Dawkins avers that "there is
le, and on no evolutionary justification for. the
attended common assumption that evolution is
gatherings somehow 'aimed' at humans, or that
not, the humans are evolution's last word,"
was the (Then there is Lorenz's famous
the atten-- witticism that man as we know
,thought- him is simply the halfway house
d and fre- between 'the ape and the human
most part, being.) Hey, given enough time, maybe
. vocal in if we humans can manage to hang
nvictions around long enough (there being so
absolutely much racial prejudice and even hatred
race ever about, the enduring miracle is that, so
and cornm- far, the human race has succeeded in
surviving the human race) we might
oubt-free, just grow out of it


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ife with a


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DIcoveringFrmandina
Last weekend my son and his fam-
ily came to visit us on Amelia Island.
They were having a reunion with some ..
of their old .college friends. The four '
other couples were staying at The Ritz-
Carlton, Amrelia Island. As it turned
out, one of the couples had stayed at '
The Ritz on four or five previous occa-
sions. They told our son that they .
always stayed at the hotel and never
visited Fernandina Beach. They didn't
even know that there was a town on the
island. Our son told them about our:
Wonderful town, and theyvdntured out '
.to Sliders and David's for memorable
meals while they were here. David's -.'
received rave reviews from all five cou-.
-pies, .. ,
SAs Ithought about this, I wondered
if the Chamber'ofCommerce or one of
the business associations were cornd
municating with patrons of the
island resort hotels about our town
: iad its many splendid offerings.
Fernandina Beach is "open for busi-
ness," arid our'visitors should know
'so ^ .* * .
: StevenCrounse
Fernandina Beach

9-- ^'-,' ..
I was surprised to see:this be the
front-page story ("9-141 'Center 'not
safe or secure'" Aug. 2). The sheriff is.
pointing up to wires in a bundle in the
ceiling. Too bad they did notgeta per-'
mit to install them (as required&.b.
law) because they are in violation of
the National Electrical Code. -ihe code
requires they be supported through-
,out the ceiling. It also does not allow
them to-be draped across the drop
ceiling. While I would be the first to
agree that the entire sheriff's depart-
ment should be revamped, I can only
think that the story is a lead-in by the
Leeper brothers (sheriff and com-
missioner), to build a new facility for
the 9-1-1 services. I cannot understand
why there is a concern that they are
"safe and secure." Is someone expect-,
ing them to be attacked by terrorists?
What, exactly, is the point of the lead-
in?
Maybe we -need to replace the IT
guys that ran the wires that are the
basis of this contention, since they
obviously do not have the skills to
install the wiring properly. The prob-
lem is not with the facility, it is with the
persons maintaining it.
Sprague Owings"
Yulee


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There's been a happening
on the beach at Fort Clinch
State Park and Irye been
drawn into the.mystery.
According to turtle volunteer
Sandra Baker-Hinton, some-
thing has been repeatedly dig-
ging into sea turtle nests on
the beach and taking eggs.
Sandra is a good naturalist
and is familiarwith coyote
tracks, which she has seen on
the beach in-previous times.
And for some years -
although not recently coy-
otes have been seen and
heard in the park But coyotes
have not predated on sea tur-
tle nests on our beaches" '
before as far as we know. And
Sandra is certain that these
tracks are not a coyote.
SButthey are somekind of.
Canid (dogs and their, rela-
fives) track for sure. The con-'
sensus from state biologists
looking at Sandra's photos of
the tracks say that these are
either a domestic dog or a fox.
If the problem persists.
screening has been recom-
mended to secure the remain-
ing turtle nests in the area.
Cumberland Island just north
of us has taken this step to
protect the many turtle nests
on their beaches from a simi-
lar fate,
But is it a fox? This seems
more likely than a domestic
dog. There's a number of
clues First off, according to
Sandi a the tracks come from
the dunes to the beach as if
the critter is living in that
area, not traveling down the
beach from nearby houses
where pet dogs might origi-
nate. And turtle volunteer
Priscilla Caprese has also


CORRECTION

Notaneik
Last week's Wild Ways
included a photo of an
ungulate with the wrong
caption. The caption should
have said black',tailed deer.
not elk'- bo-h species are
found at Point Reyes
National Seashore along
with exotic fallow and axis
deer. .


noted a "foxy
scent" -
around one
of the nests
that was pre-
dated upon,
nota signal.
that a dog
leaves
behind.
In the WILD
past gray WAYS
foxes have
been report-' "'
ed and pho- Pat
tographedin Foster-Turley
Fort Clinch
State Park, although not lately.
Further down from us, a few
years ago.1 found a road-killed
red fox on Big Talbot Island,
and others have reported
road-killed foxes just off the
Shave Bridge. Foxes can easi-
ly travel through the marshes,
Island to island, and can swim
too and reach us this way.
Foxes are preyed upon by
bobcats and just maybe our
recent decline in bobcat sight-
- ings is being followed by an
influx of more foxes. Oja
maybe the foxes have been
here all along, just staying hid-
den and only now developing
a taste for turtle eggs. It's
another thing well never
know for sure.
Both red and gray foxes
are reported throughout
North Florida but have differ-
ent habitat preferences in
general gray foxes prefer
wooded natural habitats (like
Fort Clinch, for instance) and
can even climb trees, while
red foxes are more adaptable
to humans, pastures and open
spaces. Most predations by
foxes in the chicken coop are
attributed to red foxes- the
gray foxes tend to avoid
humans.
Red and gray foxes look
quite a bit alike if you are ever
lucky enough to see either
one of these shy animals -
Some gray foxes even have
reddish coats, cothplicating
the identification matter If
you do manage to see a fox.
think quickly and look at the
tip of its tail to surely identify
it Red foxes have white tail-
tips, gray foxes don'tL It would
be interesting to know if any


of you readers Ihawe .u-en
foxes lately, where and whai
kind.
But wha(te%. is that is genine s-rif: tuI Ih:
eggs., it's causing riuci I,-,-
damage on the- whoh[,li-. ti i
populations than b hindei ing turtle nestig.ii.
lights on the beach di-.ui aciintg


These tracks around
depredated turtle nests on
thdie beach at Fort Clinch,
above and left, are repre-
sentatlve of a fox or
maybe a dog?
iH', l 11 'Y' 'ANDRA BAKER HINTON
i'i 1 FI NEWS-LEADER


hatchlings from the ocean,
plastic bags in the ocean that
turtles die from ingesting, and
all s(i tsisot other human
induced difficulties. All of
I these factors confound one
ihother and prevent turtles
fi om i etui ning to our shores
io reproduce again. :
And, if it's not a fox, but a
dog that is escaping from its
owner and visiting the beach-
,.; of Fort Clinch at night, '
here's hoping this column will
help. Please, people, don't let
your dogs run loose down the
beach!
Pat Fo'ster-Turley is a zoolo-
gist ,n .Amela Island. Shie wel-
(ti's tw yr nature questions
and 't'servatifins.
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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7.2013 NEWS News-Leader


Dock work on Cumberland


The National Park Service
will soon begin .a project to
upgrade the National Seashores
dock facilities including the St.
Marys and Dungeness docks,
improving access under the
Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA). -
"This project will allow visi-
tors improved access to Sea-
shore facilities," said National
Seashore Superintendent Fred
Boyles. "Our docks are often
the first impression a visitor has
ofthe Seashore,we are happy to
provide a, new dock system
which will integrate the ADA
requirements along with our
harsh environmental conditions
and provide a better visitor expe-
rience."
The U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers, Savannah District
provided the engineering design


and contract oversight for
Atlantic Marine Construction, a
company based in Virginia
Beach, Va.
"As part of the project, the
Corps will upgrade and install
ramps, as well as floating docks
and replace some pilings," said
Drew Smith, Corps project engi-
neer.
To interrupt the flow of visi-
tors as little as possible, the proj-.
ect will be divided into phases.
The Dungeness deck on Cum-
berland Island, "Ga., is tem-
porarily closed to all public traf-
fic. Private boats, the Cumber-
land Island Ferry and park vis-
itors will not be able to access
the Seashore .at the southern
dock -during construction. All'
access to the southern portion of
the island will be via the Sea.
Camp dock including the


Dungeness "FToo)tsteps" walk.
As the project progresses.
additional dock closures will be
necessary. Phase one includes
similar work on the St. Marys,
Ga.. dock.
Phase two, which is sched-
uled for 2014, will focus on the
- Sea Camp and Plum Orchard
docks; This work will make (tie
accessibility improvements afnd
slightly re-position the floating
docks to obtain better depth
around the docks. .Additional
public notifications will be made
as the closure dates approach.
Visit www.nps.gov/cuis to
see updates on the progressof
-the docks and the schedulelof
upcoming closures from the-
SNational Park Service -
Phase one 6f the'project.is
scheduled for completion :in
.September. "


funding for critical research has
even been even been cut, lim-
iting our understanding of the
disaster's'impacts."
MacDonald and others are
optimistic that a federal court
will find BPaccountable for fur-
ther damages in a civil trial now
under way NWF says that sub-
stantially more money is need-
ed to carry out restoration
efforts vital to the biological
and economic stability of the
Gulf region. "Despite the pub-
lic relations blitz by BP, this
spill is not over," says NWVF's
David Muth. "Justice will only


be served when BP and its co-
defendants pay to restore the
wildlife and habitats of the
Mississippi River Delta and the
Gullf of Mexico." '
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PHOTO BY PETTY OFFICER 2ND CLASS JUSI'TIN E. UMBERG,'DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
-An undersea dil well blew out 50 miles off the Louisiana coast on April 20, 2010,
kilIling 11 and pouring 4.9 million gallons of crude into the ocean.

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S Dear Earth Talk: The three.
S yearanniversaryofthe 2010 BP.
oil spill passed this spring. What
; do green groups think of the
.' progress since in restoring the
region? MblaryJohannson, Neu,
'*: York, NrY
-'When an undersea oil well
S' blew out 50 miles off the
Louisiana coast on April 20,
S2010 add caused an explosion
on the Deepwater Horizon
S- drilling rig above it (killing 11
S" workers), no one knew that an
S..n. even bigger disaster wais yet to
come. Over the next three
,.. ,, months, 4.9 million gallons of
',. crude poured into the water
before BP could get the well-
S head capped to stop the flowof
Soil into the Gulf of Mexico.
' ,According to BP. which has
: already'spent S14 billion on
: clean-up and restoration, the
Gulf is returning to baseline
Conditions prior to the disaster.
S"No company hlias done more.
S : faster to respond to an indus-
S trial accident than BPdid in
,- : response to the Deepwater
S Horizon accident in 2010,"
: repoi ts the company.
But not everybody sees the
situation that way Minny envi-
V ronmientalists are concerned
kfh'at. while BP-hasdonea thor-
rough job reinoving visible oil
* fi'om the water column and sur-
: face, little has been done to
S repair damage to marine life
and ecosystmIs..' ,
Three years after' the ini-
tial -explosion. the impacts of
the disastercoritinue to unfold,"
Essay's Doug Inkley, senior sci-
S.enlist at, the National Wildlife
'-. Federation"(NWF). A recent
Report by the group found that
the three-year.old spill is still
: having a serious negative effect
o'n wildlife populations in the
', Gulf. For one, dolphin deaths in
.the region have remained
above average every single
S, month since the disaster. In the
.first two months of 2013, infant
Dolphins, were found dead at
six times pre-spill average rates.
Says Inkley: "These .ongoing
deaths- particularly in an apex
Predator like the dolphin- are
'a strong indication that there
*.is something amiss with the
Gulf ecosystem." .
S Gulf dolphins aren't the only
ones suffering. NWF found that
more than 1,700 sea turtles
were stranded in coastal aieas
of the Gulf between May 2010
.and November 2012 almost
three times the pre-spillrate.-
'for the animals: Researchers
^have also detected.changes in
the cellular function of Gulfkil-
Slifish, a common bait fish atthe
base of the food chain.And a
.coral colony seven' miles from
the offending wellhead strug-
Sgles due to oil and dispersants
compromising its ability to
rebtidd itself .
'The oil disaster highlighted
the gaps in our understanding
of the Gulf of Mexico," says
Florida. State University
oceanographer lan MacDonald.
*.'What frustrates me is how lit-
tie has changed over the past
three'years. In many cases,


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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7.,2013 NEWS News-Leader


POLICE REPORT


This was written by Angela
Daughtry of the News-Leader
.. from oral and written reports by
the Nassau Sheriffs Office, the
City'ofFernandina Beach Police
Department and other agencies.
Arrest indicates suspicion of a
Crime, not guilt. Anyone with
information about criminal activ-
ity can contact the'We eTip" pro-
gram 1-800-78CRIME-which
allows anonymous tips.

Hilliardman
-arrested for arson
... Nassau County police arrest-
S ed Ryan Dexter Wilson, 49, of
-* Hilliard, on July 31 after three
i. vehicles were burned at the
Eastwood Oaks Apartment
Complex in Yulee.
Accordifig to a Nassau
County Sheriff's Officepress


release, police
a had been
looking for the
person who
set several
fires at the
_______complex
between Feb.
Wilson 22 and May
29. A total of
10 vehicles-
and two dwellings had been set
on fire between those dates and
between thehoursof 1 aam. and
5 a.m. inthe Hilliard area, the
police report stated.
Wilson was arrested in con-
nectionwith a fire set on April
25, which burned three vehi-
.des at the apartment complex.
He was charged with three
counts of arson and two counts
of burglary of a conveyance.
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resulted in thousands of dollars
in property damage, and
resources spent through the
fire department as well as law
enforcement," Nassau County
Sheriff Bill Leeper said, "and
could have caused serious
injury or death."
On June 4, 'the Sheriff's
Office, State Fire Marshall's
Office, Eastwood Oaks Apart-
ment Complex manager and
First. Coast Crime Stoppers an-
nounced an increase in reward
money to $11,000 for informa-
tion leading to the arrest of
those responsible for the fires.
"The Nassau County
Sheriffs Office would like to
thank the community for their
assistance in helping solve this
crime," added Leeper.
If anyone has further infor-
mation on the other fires, call
Sthe Sheriffs Office at 548-4007
or First Coast Crime Stoppers at
1-866-8477. -
Carburgiaries
According to city police
,reports, two vehicles parked in
the Greyfield Inn office park-
ing lot at 8 N. Second StV ere
burglarized between July 24L26.
A woman fror Axson, Ga.,
told police her car had been bur-
glarized some time between
5:30a.m.July 23.and 11:30a.m
July 24 while parked in the lot
She reported her car stereo,
audio jack and floormats were
missing, at a loss of S185.
She also told police thethief
may have used a key that was
-hidden inside the car's gas tank
cover. Prints were taken and
placed into evidence, according
to the police report.
In a related incident,, a
woman from Fayetteville, Ga,
told city police her car was bur-
glarized between 1 ani.m July24
and I la m. July 26. It also was
parked in the lot at 8 N. Second
SLat the time of the thelL
The victim told police a Siri.
us radio valued at $150 and a
CD carousel were missing from
her car. The thief also got into
the trunk and ransacked the
contents but did not take any-
thing, according to the report.
Taxi' ride assault
A local man was reportedly
left in critical condition after
another man, who claimed to
be a taxi driver seeking pay-


meant for his fare, assaulted him
at his home on July 27.
According to the report, city
police interviewed the victim
and his ex-girlfriend at the
Baptist Medical Center.Nassau
emergency room around 3 am.
July 27.
The woman, 29, reportedly
told police she met the victim
for drinks at the Palace Saloon
earlier in-the evening and then
asked him to take her home,
but he refused. She said a man
in the bar overheard the con-
versation and told her he was a
.taxi driver and could take her
home.
According to the report, the
woman got into the passenger
side of the vehicle, which had
no cab markings or meter, and
"began talking to the driver
about her past relationships."
She then told the driver she had
only $3 and asked him to take
her to her ex-boyfriend's house
at South 15th Street to get more
money.
When they arrived and the
victim opened the do6r, they
went inside and the driver.asked
for the money he was owed for
the ride. 'According -to the
report, the victim told the driv-
er he had $5, but the driver said
itwasn't enough. When the vic-
tim asked: the driver .to leave
and tried to force him out the,
front door, the driver punched
.him in the face, knocking him to
the ground, unconscious, the
report stated.. .
A .'.witness;in the home told
police the victim 'appeared
unconscious and was unable to
Protect himself," according to
the report. When the driver
kept punching the victim in the
face,.the witness-jumped on top-,
of the driver to stop the attack,
the report said The driver then
asked him for $7 for the "taxi"
A'ride and the witness told him
to leave, which 'he did, police
said
The witness said the driver's
vehicle was a. metallic-colored'
Chevy !nimpala and described
himn as a black male between 5
feet 6 inches and 6 feet tall with
a medium 'to large' .build,
between 220-250 pounds.'
According to the report, the
ex-girlfriend provided a written
statement but "displayed sev-
eral mood swings and gave con-
tlicting statements concerning


events leading up to her getting
inside the taxi."
The victim and witness
declined to provide statements
to the police, according to the
report Photos were taken of
the victim's injuries and he was
transported to UF Health
Jacksonville and "listed in criti-
cal condition," the report stated.
Doctors allegedly told police he
may have structural damage to
his face as a result of the attack.
A UF Health spokesperson said
the victim was no longer listed
in their system when contact-
. ed for a condition update.
Buanesses bured
Two city businesses were
broken into in late July, accord-
ing to police reports. City police
reports state that Perfect Tan,
1000 South 14th StL., was bur-
glarized on July 23, and Cafe
Karibo, 27 N. Third St., was bro-
ken into July 25.
Ashley Phinazee, store
manager at Perfect Tan, called
police to report that when she
opened the store at 10 am'. July
24, she found the cash drawer
empty exceptfor somechange.
According to the report, the
drawer should have held $178.
The police report stated
there were no signs of forced
entry and the front and rear.
doors : were locked *when,
Phinazee arrived. She also told
police she left work around 4
p.m: the day before,- when
another employee came in to.
work Phinazee'told the employ-
ee to leave the money in the
drawer because it had to be.
recounted due to a shortage.
Phinazee also told police that
on June 29 about'$180 had gone
missing, but she believed 'the
money, had been misplaced or
lost, and did not consider the
employee a suspect.L
: In another police report, Timun
Poynter, owner of Caf' Karibo,
told police his business was bur-
glarizedin the early morning
hours of July 26.
Police arrived at the busi-
pess around 10:30 am. July 26,
where Poynter told them he
came into the restaurant earlier
in the morning to find the
kitchen prep area scattered with
food, including some on the
floor. Upon viewing a suw-veil-
lance video, Poynter told police,
he saw a white man with a thin
build and short hair walking
around (he patio starting
.around 1:30 a.m.
The video also showed the
nrqan goingnh.,thrmr1tAghi, jieerP.,
urnderneaLH the cash regis.tL.r
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and walking around the upstairs
before exiting the restaurant at,-
1:47 a.m., the report stated.'
There were no signs of forced"
entry, and police could not-'.
determine how the man got in,
according to the report. :
Police could not seethe:
man's face in thevideo surveil-":
lance tape, so could not get a' --'
good description of hinm. Police-'
are considering the case a bur-:-'
glary, according to the report.:'
Felonyarrests
Susan Renee Kirkland, 41,.'
Jacksonville, July 26, posses-z-
sion .of a controlled substance"-
without a prescription, DUI alco-
hol or drugs.
Benjamin Robert Dale.'".
Marquis, 20,43588 Ratliff Road.,' -
Callahan, July 25, false verifica,-;
tion on a pawn, dealing in stoleril-
property.
Gary Woodruff, 55,2572z.
Forest Ridge Drive, Femandina:
Beach,July 25, theft, dealing in"-.
stolen property.
Tommie Siason Albertie;:"
38,96100 Lonnies Lane, Fernan-
dina Beach, July 25, possession',.',
of cocaine, possession of mari:i_
juana less than 20 grams. .,
SJames Scott Tompkins, 24,.:
Ocala, July 24, violation of pro-
bation, possession of a con"::
trolled substance, sale or delivw-'
ery of cocaine... ,.
CaseyThomas Howell,24,
54194 Pelican Road, Callahan;',:
July 24, Nassau County warrantj,
failure to appear, driving while,1.
license suspended or revoked;:,
habitual. -.
Jacob Emerson Woods,,';-
36, 54156 Case Woods Laner.
Callahan, July 23, grand theft;,,
of a firearm, dealing in stolen -
property. i
A. Hendrick Gabriel Stone-
III, 28, Jacksonville, July 23,. i
Nassau warrant, fleeing or
attempting to elude a law
enforcement officer. ,
.:4 Thomas Joseph Allgeyer,:
Sr., 35,34401 Hathaway Drive,_
Callahan, July 23, Nassau
County warrant, violation of pro-.
bation, child abuse. : '
Jason Edward O'Neal, 35,:;
54209 Penny. Lane, Callahan; ,
July 23, Duval County warrant,--
DUI with property damage,
DUI. -
Robert Daniel Popwell
42,37147 Alma StL. l-illiard.Julr-
23, Nassau County warrant, vio-
lation of probation, possession...
of a controlled substance, sale,.
two counts of manufacture or.,
delivery of a controlled sub-,'.
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7,2013 NEWS News-Leader


COURT REPORT


SThefollowing report was corn- or occupied structure and a vio- of marijuana.
piledbyAngelaDaughtry, News- lation of probation for grand 0 Charges of first-degree
Leader staff, from the August 1 theft motor vehicle and was felony murder, carjacking with
colrt docket of Circuit Court adjudicated guilty. Probation firearm or other deadly weapon,
Judge Robert M. Foster was revoked and terminated robbery with deadly weapon
S'Claude Akers was deem- and he was sentenced in each and kidnapping commit or facil-
ed a sexual predator and adju- case to six months in Nassau itate commission of a felony
dicated guilty of a violation of CountyJail[with credit fortime against Adam Corey Hoover
probation being served for served since June 20, to run were stricken from the court
molesting a victim less than 12 concurrently. Hewas ordered to calendar.
years of age by an offender 18 pay $1,624.80 in outstanding 0 Stephanie Lenora Lucas
orolder. Probation was revoked costs. admitted to a violation of pro-
and terminated and he wassen- Raymond Leroy Gregory. nation being served for grand
tenced to eight years in a state was found guilty of sexual bat- theft and was adjudicated guilty.
prison with credit for time tery and lewd and lascivious Probation was revoked and ter-
served and lifelong sex offend- behavior against a victim more minated and she was sentenced
er-probation and must hiotever than,12 years-q of age but less to six months in Nassau County
cQnsume alcohol again, than 16 by an, offender 18 or Jail with credit for time served.
0 The judge discharged an older. Hewasfou6d not guilty of She read an apology letter in
affidavit againstThomasJoseph a separate count of sexual bat- open court to the Department
Allgeyer, who was charged with tery. A pre,-sntence investiga- of Corrections, and $565 in out-
tko counts of violation of pro- tioh reportwas ordered and he standing fines was paid by her
bation being served for child is to remain in jailwith no bond. father.
abuse without great harm, and Sentencing is scheduled for Garet Lee Massengill
reinstated -probation ,and `Sept-.Sat 1 p.m. admitted to four counts of vio-
extended it six months. A check 0 Roy Lee Griffith.Jr. plead- nation of probation being served
for. $71 was to be tendered to.. ed guilty to possession of for burglary of an unoccupied
the Department of Corrections cocaine, no citation, and a less- dwelling, unarmed, no assault
and Allgeyer has completed a er-included charge:of simple and grand theft and was adju-
parenting class. '- battery and was adjudicated dicated guilty. Probation was
A jury trial date ofSept 9 guilty. He was sentenced to 24 revoked and terminated and he
was set for John Charles months in a state prison with was sentenced to 18 months in
: Brooks, charged with sale, credit for time served on count a state prison with credit for
delivery, purchase or manufac- one-and ordered to pay $518 hi time served since June 14 and
ture of marijuana. ', court costs, $150 to the Public. ordered to pay $2,592.40 in out-
Nora'Andre Castleberry Defender's Office and $100 to standing costs. In a second case
submitted a written plea of not the State Atiorney's Office. On he admitted to two counts of
.guiltyto two counts o( sale ofa count two, he was.sentenced to violation of probation being
controlled substance. time served and ordered to pay served for sale, manufacture or
[]Russell Gene Companion $352 in surchargesand$238 in', delivery of a controlled sub-
was served an affidavit and 'court costs. ;; .' stance and was adjudicated
admitted to a violation of pro- U Jeremiah Edward Haislip guilty. He received the same
bastion being served for ,sale,' pleaded guilty to grand theft sentence as his first case, to run
delivery, purchase -or manufac- and alesser-included'charge of concurrently. In a third case
ture ofmarijuana and was adju-- burglary of a structure and adju- Massengill pleaded guilty .to two
dicated guilty. Probation was dication'was withheld. He was counts of uttering forged bills
revoked and.terminatedand:he- sentenced to 12 months' pro-' and petit theft and was adjudi-
wvhs sentenced to 13 months in batiod with no victim contact, cated guilty. He was sentenced
.a state prison with credit for to 'run concurrently with six to 18 months in a state prison
time served, to run concur- month's Community Control "with credit for time served, to
rently with a Duval County son- Lev6el 'I'He; 'must 'have a; run concurrently, and ordered
tence. He was ordered to'pay drug/alcohol evaluation within to pay $418 in court costs, $260
$860 in outstanfiding costs. -' 60 days and follow up with any in restitution, S150 to the Public
M.[ A jury trial date of Nov., recommended 'treatment. He Defender's Office and $100 t6
:18'was set for David Mathew was ordered' to' pay' $5,000 i, the State Attorney's Office.
Dbrtchonachargeofneglectof restitution, S418 ii court costs i.A jury trial date of Dec. 9
a child with great bodily'harm. and $100 to the State Attorney's was set for. Amber Lynn
0 Nicolas Adolfis Gantes Office. McKinlay, charged with neg-
admitted to.a violation of pro- Damon Robert Hardy,' lect of a child with great bodily
. nation being served for grand pleaded not guilty to sale, deliv-,' harm and child neglect with no
theft and burglaryof a dwelling ery, purchase or manufacture great bodily harm.


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A sentencing hearing date
of Aug. 22 was set for Stacey
Renae Moses on a charge of
sell or dispense drugs without
a prescription.
[Tabatha Marie Patton was
served an affidavit and admitted
to a violation of probation being
served for possession of a con-
trolled substance without a pre-
scription and driving under the
influence of alcohol and was
adjudicated guilty. Probation
was reinstated with the origi-
nal terms andconditions, and
the added condition that she
must enroll in and successfully
complete the G&G inpatient
treatment program in Miami.
She may be released to her hus-
band, who must immediately
transport her to Miami. She was
ordered to pa $.418 in court
costs and $100 to the State
Attorney's Office.
Genevieve C. Rodgers
pleaded no& guilty to criminal
attempt to solicit or conspire,
third-degree felony.
James Shawn Sisson
pleaded guilty to dealing in
stolen property and giving false
verification of ownership to a
pawnbroker and was adjudicat-
ed guilty. He was sentenced to
six months in Nassau County
Jail with credit for time served
followed by 18 months' drug
offender probation, with ran-
dom urinalysis. He must have a
drug/alcohol evaluation within"
60 days and follow up with any
recommended treatment. He
was ordered to pay S418 in
court costs, S3 10in restitution,
$150 to the Public Defender's
office and S100 to the State
Attorney's Office.
Edward Szakacs I I'plead-
ed guilty to sale or delivery of a
controlled substance and adju-
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sentenced to 18 months' drug
offender probation and must
have a drug/alcohol evaluation
within 60 days and follow up
with any recommended treat-
ment. He was ordered to pay
$518 in court costs and $100 to
the State Attorney's Office .
James Ernest Washington .
admitted io two counts of viola-
tion of probation being served,
for aggravated fleeing and elud-
ing and was adjudicated guilty.
Probation was revoked and ter-
minated and he was sentenced
to 10 months in Nassau County
Jail with credit for time served
since June 25. He was ordered
to pay $1,316.64 in outstanding
costs.
A jury trial date of OcL 10
was set for Charles Edison
Wilder, charged with felony
petit theft.
Joshua Shane Yabrough
Spleaded'guilty to aggravated,
fleeing and eluding, battery on'
a law enforcement officer, driv-
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Melanie Ferreira of
Flora Parke has had.plenty
of activity this summer at
the bluebird box in her
back yard. She snapped a
photo of the eggs just prior
to hatching a few weeks
ago, left. It's the third
clutch for the busy par-
ents, after a watchful black
racer snake devoured their
second, Ferreira noted.
"A few days after taking
this photo I knew we had
nesdings because the par-
ents make so many trips to
the box bringing food and
it's pretty obvious what
they're doing," noted
Ferreira. "I don't like to
open the nest box at this
stage, although it's OK to
do it while the parents are
away catching bugs."
Ferreira's suspicions
were confirmed with the
photo, far left, which
shows the youngsters
about five days away from
fledging. "I won't be open-
ing the box at all any-
-more," said Ferreira.
"While the parents don't
really seem to mind too
much, I don't want them
to get nervous and try to
fledge the babies early to
get them away from a
'threat' aka me."
Ferreirh said that while
they had four eggs, it
appears \that only three
hatched. "Thankfully, they
.are all growing rapidly and
the parents are wonderful-
ly attentive and feeding.
them right on schedule,"
Ferreira reported.
PHOTOS BY MELANIE FERREIRA
FORTHE NEWS-LEADER



Avoid


effects


of heat
SAs people enjoy summer out-
door activities and as students
return to school, the Florida
Department of''Health in
Nassau County r reminds "every-
one of the dangers of prolonged
exposure to extreme heat
S To avoid becoming dehy-
drated; it is important to drink
plenty of fluids, especially water
even-if you d. n't feel thirsty.
This is particularly true on days
when Icnip-ralures reach 90
degrees and higher. Depending
upon Nowu plivsical activiil and
kii-atl ,:-xpiur. dLU in li hot eal ih-
eti, ir' a xYod idea i drink more
water Ffuid re-quirementsvary
fr-om person to person. Persons
who have medical conditions
-such as kidney and heart dis-
ease, who require a fluid
,restricted diet, or who have
problems with fluid retention
should consult a physician
before increasing their con-
sumption of fluids.
Age groups also have dif-
ferent hydration needs. Here
are some basic guidelines:.
Babies from birth to 6
months: Healthi-infants nor-
mally do not need extra water.
On a hot day, a small amount of
water may be needed, but check
with your physician on how
much to give.
Babies from 6-12 months:
Breast or formula-fed babies
that are receiving solid foods
should also be receiving water;
Children 12 months and
older: Should be reminded to.
drink fluids, preferably water
throughout the day. They
should be encouraged to drink
more on hot days.
Adults should drink: When
exposed ro temlrperalur vs reach-
ing 90 degrees and higher,
depending on physical activity
level and heat exposure, adults
should drink even more water.
Signs of dehydration include
thirst, weakness, nausea, mus-
cle cramps, feeling dizzy and
light-headed, decreased urine
levels and/or urine that has a
strong odor or is darker than
normal, tiredness, sluggishness,
irritability and headaches. All,
some or none of these signs
may be present, so the best way
to avoid dehydration is to mon-
itor water or fluid intake and
modify activity or reduce the


length of activity according to
weather conditions.
Don't wait for the dry mouth,
flushed skin, headaches, light-
headedness or fatigue. Prevent
dehydration by drinking fluids
throughout the day.
If you suspect you are
becoming dehydrated, get to a
cool or shady area and sip cool
water or fluids. If your condi-
tion does not improve, seek
medical attention immediately.
For information' contact the
Nassau County Health Depart-
ment at 548-1800 or visit
www.doh.state.fl.us.


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WEDNESDAY. Au lST 7. 2013
FERNANDINA BEACH. FLORIDA


FISH TALES


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qight, Jeff Parsons, Dan Shore, Brandon Shore, Tanner Bell and Emily Shore, from left, topped all competitors during the 31st annual Fernandina Beach Fishing Rodeo over ;
ktheweekend. Team "Final Approval" weighed in the largest kingfish, weighing 47.14 pounds. Left, Robby Goyette, left, and Bill Fassbender'teamed up for this huge redfish
duringg the rodeo. Rodeo redfish must measure at least 18 inches but not more than 27 inches to be eligible for prizes. Story and more photos, 2B.


Left, Soozie Woods took second-place lady angler honors with a 23.52-pound kingfish. Also pictured is Walter Gray. Not pictured: Capt. David W'oods. Right, Capt. David
Woods, left, and Walter Gray prepare to weigh in a nice catch of tournament kingfish.


Left, Bob Johnson and Keith Lane prepare to weigh in their kingfish catch at the Fernandina Harbor Marina during the 31st annual Fernandina Beach Fishing Rodeo. A big
crowd showed up for live music, excellent food and to witness big catches of area gamefish. Right, Southern Kingfish Association's Loreen Berlin presents Kole Plan third-place
junior angler honors for his 23.74-pound kingfish. Elana Rogers took first place with a 27.82-pound kingfish and Victoria Price took second with a 26.11 -pound kingfish. All
were with Southern Kingfish Association registered kingfish teams.



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Left, Pictured, from left, are tournament director Karl Mrozek, Austin- Peeples, NSFA President John Hartrich, first-place youth angler Denver Peeples and NSFA Treasurer and
Secretary Joe Wise. Right, Karl Mrozek presents Marvin Leihinger and Darrell Thorton with first-place flounder honors for a 4.08-pound flounder. Also pictured is NSFA
President John Hartrich.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 2.2013 NEWS News-Leader


OBITUARY

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, well1 done.
The Battle has been fought,
the Victory .has been
won, enter into the Master's
Joy." .
-Ben received Christ and
was baptized at an early age
in Georgia. After moving to
Fernandina
Beach,
Florida and
making it his
1 home, he
became a
faithful mem-
ber of .New
Zion Missionary Baptist
Church, where he served as
Chairman of the Deacon
Board. Additionally, he faith-
fully attended SundaySchool
andBible Study.
After, serving in the
United 'States Army, Ben
Received an Honorable Dis-
... charge. Upon returning
hoi.e, ,he continued serving,
S his eomnmunity.'as an Insur-
ance Agent vith Afro-Amneri-
C: f n.'Ufe Insurance for over..
S 15 years:
Being the pioneer that be
was,' Benr started the first
Black-owned residential
'' and commercial cleaning
service in Nassau County,
: Ben's Home Cleaning
Service, which operated for
S .30 years.
Then, what was at first a
tragedy became a tribute
S to a slain law enforcement
,, friend. Ben began'his law
enforcement career, not
S only as a tribute to his
S friend, b'ut also. as a exlres-
sion o( his dedication to the
: citizens of Nassau County."
; : He served as Deputy'Sheriff
S, and,,later, as Captain for the.
Nassau County Sheriff's
Department, retiring after
S 49 years of dedicated serv-
Sice..
Ben was preceded in
S death by his parents, Ben
Sessions, Sr. and Trudie.-
Jones Sessions Bennett, and
S son, Don Sessions.
He leaves to cherish pre-
cious memories his 'loving
: soulmate and wife, Christine
Leslie Sessions; daughters,
Violet Sessions of Caliifornia
Sand, Miriam: Jenkins of
Jacksonvnile, FL; sons, Lucas
'.Jenkins. (Joyce) of
. Jacksonville, FL, Ben D.
Sessions of Atlanta, GA, and
Brandon Sessions of
S Tallahassee, -FL; step-chil-
.. dren, Jeff Woods (Keri),
Kaaren Watson of Wisconsin,
S and Gregg Woods (Wendy);
i 10 grandchildren; 16 step
Grandchildren; 11 great-
grandchildren;. 2 step great-
grandchildren; devoted
'. cousins, Milree Williams
S: (Holli), Joann Brown-
Williams, Angelo Williams,
Sand Donald Williams, all of
Washington, D.C.; spiritual
Brothers, Deacon Narvea C.
SGardner, Deacon Chatles
S Gilbert, and a host' of
sorrowing relatives and
friends,
Victory celebration will be
held on Saturday, August 03,
:2013, at 11:00 AM at New
Zion Missionary Baptist
SChurch, the Rev. Jeremiah
Robinson, Jr. Pastor.
Fri Friends may view today,
Friday, August 02, 2013, at
the church from 5:00 PM
until &00 PM, and on
Saturday from 9:30 AM until
the hour of services.
Interment will follow in the
family plot in Bosque Bello'
'.Cemetery.': ; :. ,
Hauff& Barse Funeral Home "


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Pocket Ranger can help

TALLAHASSEE-The tures an .the department's coastal man-
Florida Department of overview of agement program and
Environmental Protection's each of the NOAA's marine debris pro-
Florida Park Service has region's gram.
Updated its Pocket Ranger app .coastal The apps provide plenty of
for smartphones to include counties other features to maximize
every public beach'access and visitors'outdoor adventure:
point in Florida, in addition to includes a Educational information,
information about its 171 state list of state parks, coastal amenities, maps & directions.
parks and t'ails. cities, rivers, paddling trails Real-time calendar of
Those who have down- and other points of interest, events.
loaded Pocket Ranger for One of DEP Secretary News, advisories, and
state park information now HerschelT.VinyardJr.'s prior- weather alerts.
Shave access to locations and ities for the department is Social networking and
amenities about every public increasing access to state- photo sharing.
beach access point in Florida. parks and trails for Floridians- ,. Potentially life-saving
More than 2,000 public and visitors. ." '. alert feature.
coastal accesssites are includ- The app allows visitors to ..i* Advanced GPS mapping
ed in the coastal section. planthat perfect outdoor trip features. "
Divided into three regions-' by searching for a park or Recall, post or share '
panhandle, Atlantic coast and beach by GPS location or saved data.
southwest Florida coast the .'activity to find nearby loca- Friend Finder
app provides useful ihforma- Ations to enjoy hiking, camp- Built-in compass.
tion to help plan trips to the ing, boating, birding and The Florida State Parks
Beach. more. Once there, advanced Pocket Ranger app is available,
S."More than 70,000 people GPS and GIS mapping tech- now on iTunes and Android
have downloaded the Florida nology allows visitors to track Market by searching "Offidcial
Pocket Ranger mobile App for and record tails, mark way- Florida State Parks" and is
their Pph6ne or Android points and locate friends in identified under ParksBy
*phones said Florida Park the area. There is even an : Nature Network, It is also
"'Service Director Donald 'option to cache GPS maps inr available on PocketRanger.
* Forgione2"We are pleased to advanceto ensure.that naviga- corn and is formatted as a
',offer them additional inTorma- tion remains possible in the Mobile Website: http://fl.
Stion about beaches where event of lost mobile reception, pocketranger.com.
theyxmay enjoy Florid's Th a'6pp also translates The Florida Park Service.
f amous sunshine and-natural Florida's beach:'.flag colors and partnered with
"resources." provides a "Good to Know" ParksByNature Network arid
The app provides a corn- button that links to NOAA's Pocket Ranger.com to create
prehensive list of beach surf zone forecast and rip cur- this app free for the public.
access points in each county, rent info and the department's For a tutorial on how to use
and the amenities each access hurricane info page. The app the app, visit www.pocke-
point offers, including board- also links to a weather site. All tranger.com. It is-recommend-
walks, parking spaces, rest- good things to know if you're ed to use Wi-Fi or a strong
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Coo0 low-cal summer drinks


MILWAUKEE, Wis'. :. -
, Watching ybur, weight doesn't
have to sentence you to a life of Chill.out by mixing s
' water and diet drinks. You can
still kep this summer sweet cranserryjuice an
without a lot of extra sugar qnd'" Servewitha
calories. Quench your thirst ''
with these tasty suggestions . "
from TOPS Club, Ilr.; (Take Off .6. Add.a-splash of pineapple
Pounds Sensibly), the nonprof- juice to %sparkling.water, and gar-
it weight-loss sUPp0ost organi-, ,. h nish with.pineapple wedges and
zation. '. .: fresh mint leaves.
'1., Add orange, lemon, or 7. Make your own iced cof-
cucumber slices to speaking fee by 'adding 'lack'c`offee to
water. ice, then a spjash 6f skim milk
2. Cut your usualglass of plus a shot of sugar-free vanilla
lemonade in'half and add sugar-: syrup or packet-'of artificial
free icef. tea. sweetener.''. :.. -
3. Freeze blueberries or 8. Mix-one part cranberry
raspberries in ice trays with or pomegranate juice with two
water, and add them to your parts club soda, and garnish
next sumnier drink, with fresh raspberries.
4. Chill out by mixing seed- 9. Steep two green tea bags
Less watermelon, cranberry in boiling water. Chill and serve
juice and ice cubes in a blender, on ice with a tablespoon of
Serve with a slice of lime honey and a lemon wedge.
5. Steep a peach tea bag in 10. Make a tasty summer
boiling water, chill, and serve "mocktail." Serve low-sodium
with sliced orange, tomato juice on ice and mix with


seedless watermelon.
ce cubes in a blender.
slice of lime. ..

a teaspoon of' Worcestershire
sauce and a fe' dashes, of hot
sauce (depending on h'oW spicy:
you want your drink). Add a cel-
ery stalk and a couple of green
!'olives if'v'ou'd li.Ke"& '-, ". "
FOPS Club Inc. (Tha-'Off"
Pounds Sensibly), 'founded
more than 65 years ago- is a
nonprofit, nioncommercial
weight-loss organization that
promotes a weight management
philosophy that combines sup-
,port from others at weekly chap-
ter meetings, healthy eating,
regular exercise and wellness
information Visitors are wel-
come to attend their first meet-
ing free of charge. To find a
local chapter, view www.tops.
org or call (800) 932-8677.


SAA MEETINGS


SOpen meetings are open to
anyone, including non-alco-
holics,"families, etc., who may
be interested in Alcoholics"
Anonymous. All scheduled AA
meetings are non-smoking
and one hour ,in duration.

Alcoholics An6nymous
meetings 'for people who have,
or think they may have,-a
drinking problem are held
SMondays at noon and
. Saturday at 10 am. at Prince
Sof Peace Luthberan Church; on
Atlantic Avenue across from
Fort Clinch State Park. Please
enter te meetings through
the side door - -
*!' '.* '"'' O O' . *
The Fernandina Beach -
Groug meets in the Amelia
Room, 906 S. Seventh St., :
Monday at 6:30 p.m. (begin-
ners) ;1uesdays. at 6:30 p.m.
(open -'discussion);
Wednesday at 7a.m. (open -
12 & 1f2 study) and 11 am.
(open step meeting);-


Thursday at 7 am. (open -
Big Book study), 11 a-m.
(open discussion) and 6;30
Sp.m. (open Big Book study);
SFridays at 11 a-m. -(open Big
* Book slidy) nd 7 p.min. (open
- meditation, speaker); and
Saturday at 7 am. (open -
discission) and 6:30 p.m:-
(open discussion). Cal 261-
8349.
SThe Downtown Group
meets at the Alachua Club,
corner of Third and Alachua
'streets, Fernandina, on
Monday at 8 p.m. (open -12
& 12 study); Tuesdays at 8
p.m. (open speaker);."
Wednesday at &15 p.m..
(open men's discussion);
Thursday at 8 p.m. (open -
discussion); Fridays at 8 p.m.
(open discussion); and
- Saturday at'8 am. (open-7
Discussion) and 8 p.m. (open -
relationships). Call 261-350.
The Dune's Group, Peters


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' Point in Fernandina Beach,
Meets Fridays at 7:30 am. (24-
hour book meeting). Beach
meetings are suspended dur-
, ing winter months.
'TheFreedom Group holds
SAA meetings on Mondays at 7
p.m. and' Saturdays at 9:30
Sp.m. (candlelight) at 1014
South 10th StL The Fernan-
dina Beach NA group meets
. at 8.p,:m Sundays, Tuesdays'
and Fridays (Step Speaker)
and at 7 p.m- Thursdays at
1014 South,10th St.A
covered dish'cookout is held
the last Saturday of every
1rhnth. Join for funr and -, "
fellowship..
The Ft. George Group
mineets at St. George Episcopal
Church in St. George on
Friday at 7:30 p.m. (open -
discussion).

The Yulee Florida Group
meets in the YMCA building
on Pages Dair.yRoad on....
Sunday ati8 p.m. (open-dis-
cussion); Tuesdays at 8 p.m.. .
(open Big Book); Thursdays
at8 p.m. (open discussion);
and Saturdays at.6:30 p.m.
(open-Big Book). .


WEEKLY UPDATE


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.,
Fernandina Beach. Vendors
may rent table space for $20
indoors and $10 outdoors.
Vendors must bring their
own tables. All proceeds ben-
efit repairs to the Girl Scout
Hut Contact 528-8726 for '-
more information.
Carwash. '
"Proline for Paws," a c- : Ar
-wash benefitingthe Nassau
Humane Society, will beheld
Aug. 3 from 9 a.m. tot2 pm...4
at Proline Motors, 2588 S.
Eighth St. in Fernandina
Beach. Car washes will be
$10 and proceeds will benefit
the Humane Society's drive
to build a new animal shelter.
WINWIN
The next'WftN WIN
(Women in Nassau Helping
Women in Need) networking
meeting will be hosted at
Cedar Haven Transitional
House, 900 Cedar SL, on
Aug. 5 at 6:30 p m. The
'house recently under went a
transformation that included -
painting, landscaping, minor
renovations and a new stor-
age shed.
S)oin the group for fellowv-
ship, a tour of the updated
space and an evening of net-
Sworking. Bring a SO10 check
payable to "Women of
SPower," to benefit Cedar.
Haven, and an appetizer or
snack to share. Drinks will
be provided. To RSVP


sion Director/Horticulture
Agent Becky Jordi will con-
duct a Plant Clinic from 10
a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Yulee
Extension Office (AUA and
Pages Dairy Road). All coun-
ty residents are invited to
bring plant samples showing
problems in their land-
scapes. Problems will be
identified and solutions
offered for correction. There
is no fee for this service. For
information call "04) 879-
1019.:Master Gardeners are ;
on office duty on Pidays at
491-7340.
Neweaxibit
SLocalartists Rhonda '
Bristol, Paul Massing, Jim
McKinney, Lamar Miles and'
Gretchen Williams are dis- '
playing-island inspired art at
The Courtyard Pub and .
Eats, 316 .Centre St., for the'-,
next two months.
Hdpneeded
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 ,
meat to serve a hot meal to ,.
g0 people. Tobielp, contact "
the networkat info@chnas- i
sau.com, 556-2496, or sen(f ,
donations to The Coalition
for the Homeless, PO. Box.
16123, Fernandina Beach, ;
FL 32035. Please put YIDN
in the memo line.:
Montessori
celebration


and/or get directions, con- Fall 2013 marks 40-years
Stact Julie at winwinnassau@ since the opening of Amelia
.gmail.com or 556-2543.- Island Montessori School.
_T'--L,_. Celebrations are being
UUeday WOrShip planned including a spedal
Join the Salvation Army ,dedication.to the late Jane
Hope,House.onAug. 6 at Grieveson, who devoted :
noon a. Mathew Scussell, a more than 30 years to ,fie
Young teenager from Hilliard school. Organizers want to
who faces one of life's great- find all former students, par-
est challenges every day of ents, grandparents, faculty ,
his life, will share how-his, and board members. Visit '
faith h6lds him up and gives www.ameliafslandmontes-
him joy. Hope House is local- sori.com and click on "40
ed at 410 S. Ninth St., at the Year Celebration" to lean
'corner of Ninth and Date. more, reconnect, submit pic-
1B2 wrlBm 'L tures or memorabilia or get
Brc W bag LMUChn involved. Join the Facebook
The"Amelia Island' group "Amelia. Island '
Museum of History invites Moritessori Matters,".email '. '
"you to anend its Bi'dwn'r.t udi@ io'".d hie-1
'Lnch orI Wednesday, Aug'. '. 's1Tihtom pr calli'-'6615l: '"
at noon. Join them for the O w '
next presentation in the ld
Journey Stories'Series, as' The Nassau County
guest speaker Gloria Volunteer Center, in partner-.
Toomey discusses the. ship with the Lions Club of
Mormon Migration. The Fernanidina Beach, is collect-
presentation is an overview' ing used and about-to-be dis-
of the migration trails carded eyeglasses, sunglass-
through the Midwest to the es and hearing aids for use in
Rockies arid beyond, along developing countries to
with Toomey's personal fapFi- improve the quality of life.
ly stories of making the pio- Currently, there i .an urgent'1
neer treks. This program is need for these items ..
: free and open to the public, Drop offyour old glasses''
and will be held at the Peck or hearing aids at the Nassau'
Center, in the Willie Mae County Volunteer Center,
SAshley Auditorium, 516 1303 Jasmine St., Suite 104A'
South 10th St. For more The center enlists volunteers.
information contact Gray at to support nonprofit agen-
261'7378, ext. 102, or ." cies'and their work'in
gray@ameliamuseum.org. Nassau County and conducts
't f "' projects of its own to assist
rre F '. .. those in need. For inbforma-
The Nassau County tion or to volunteer, stop' in .
Hunger Coalition and the office, call 261-2771, or
Second Harvest will deliver email.ncvctlb@aol.com. ; '"
Free produce, dairy, bakery c": etu
goods and meat starting at 1 I C100nOOer urs.
',ip.m. until all the food is gone Free and open to the pub-
on Aug.'12 at Firt Baptist tlic, educational "Steelaway"
ChuFch,'45090 Green Ave.,. :.: schooner tours are offered :.
Callahan; Aug.21 at Yulee *' the-firstSaturday ofeach
United MethodistChurch, month from. noon until 5'p.iH;
S86003 Christian Way, Vulee; The vessel is located.in
and Aug. 29 at the Atlantic downtown St Marys, Ga .
SAvenue Recreation Center For information visit '
auditorium, 2500 Atlantic www.schoonersteelaway.com'
Ave., Ferinandina Beach. or call 919) 704-0630.
Women meet VFWpostmeets
WOAMTECW'llUmeet The Byrd-Wallace Post -
11:30 am.-1 p.m.'Aug.13at No. 4351 Veterans of Foreign.
-Cafe Karibo. Cost'is $15 and -Wars, the Men's Auxiliary
includes lunch. WOAMTEC '.,.and Ladies Auxiliary month-
offers business-building ly meeting is the second -
opportunities where women Monday of every month at ..
can focus on keeping their the Post, located at 96086
Priorities in order of faith, Wade's Place, Fernandina
family and finance.without:': .Beach, underthe Shave
feelingguilty about it.0: F i'o.y Bridge. The general meeting'
k., information contact lisa begins at 6:30 p.m: Contact '
Presnell at 206-3115 or VF. W Post4351'at (904) 432--
email@liapresnell.me. 8791 for information.
Plant dnlc Aviation dub
SOn Aug.1 9 County Exten- ',The Friends of.


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:The Fernandina Beach Little League All-
Stars.were crowned the District 2 champions.
August 1, .1963

Nassau General Hospital announced it was .
cutting 25 jobs i4 a belt-tightening move. ...'-
July 31, 1986

County commissioners made budget cuts to
adjust the tentative millagp rate from 9.5 to 9,
and said they hoped to reduce it further.
August 1, 2003


Fernandina Aviation (FoFA)
is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organi-
zation that promotes ah '
appreciation for the contribu-
tions of aviationto the local
community. The FoFA helps: -'
introduce young people to
aviation career opportunities-
through. ,..
Membersthipis open to
both pilots and non-pilots. '
Meetings are held at 8:30 ,
a.m. the firstSaturday of:
each month at the,
SFernandina Beach Municipal
Airport -.
For. information call
SMickey Baity, membership
coordinator, at 277-8360.
Visit www.fofaviation.com.


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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7,.2013 SPORTS News-Leader


FBHSyouthcheerpm grams
Femandina Beach High School cheerlead
ing will be offering the following the ULittle
Pirates mascot program for ages 3-11 to
cheer at home football games. Cost is $100
plus the cost of a uniform. Registration is Aug
13 from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
The FBHS cheerleaders will also offer
competition cheer, a program designed to
introduce ages 11 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 22 (behind FBMS).

So=VOhmte SO t
Amelia Island Youth Soccer.is a'100 per-
cent volunteer-run club always looking to fill
vacant-board member positions. The club is
currently-looking to fill the positions ofregis-
trar, treasurer, secretary and referee assignor
All interested should email board@aiysoc-
cer.com.

SkgoupfirPop Warner
Registration, for the 2013 Femndndina
Beach Pop Warner football season is open
for all players and cheerleaders. Cost to reg-
ister i4 $150: Practices started Aug. 1; the
jamboree'jis slated for Aug: 17. Board mem-
bers, coaches and volunteers are needed..
Contact'President Spurgeon Richardson' at
,.583-2598 or spurge@libertydevelopment. -
com:or.visitwww.leaguelineup.com/fbpiwa;

SFallibaillsigniaps. 7
S The open registration period for Fernrian-
dina 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.
Scorn Fall baseball is a less-intense season
focused more on instruction and less on com
petition. Teams will play in both Fernandina
: and Jacksonville against some local teams

AftertheHeatGatnes
ontinuing 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 tfle club and $2 t
the pot Twelve or less. winner takesHaN; 13-
18 is a 60/40 split; and 18 plus is 40/30/20/11C
split;'$2 buy backs (just one per game per
Shooter) Shell size 7 1/2-9 shot only ..
Amelia Shotgun Sports is located a{ 86300
S Hot Shot Trail in Yulee. Call 548-9818.or visit
www ameliashotgunsplrts.com.

YMCAsocce.vofeyba
.. 'Registration has begun forthe McArthur
Family YMCA's fall youth'sports Cost is $65
; for members and $120 for non-members.
SSeasons begin the.week of Sept 2 and
extend through October All participants
receive a erseynd commemorative trophy .
Soccer.2or ag9^ 5-,l2 runs I, both.i e -,
SFernandina Beach and Yulee sites Tuesdays
, will be practice.days with games on Friday
S, evenings. Volleyball is for ages 8-15 years;


RECREATION ROUNDUP
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The city of Fernandina -
Beach Recreation Depart-
m: ent (www fbfl us) offers "
S Fall adult softball registra-
S' tionis through Aug. 19 for re-
creational co-ed (ASA rules, .
S6/4 male-to-female ratio,
Smen's aluminum bat rule, ;
.:games Mondays), open co-ed
S (ASA rules, 6/4 male-to-fe-
male ratio, games Wednes- '
days)and men's (USSSA
rules, games Thursdays)..
Team fees are $275 and due
- Aug. 19. Two-game forfeit fee
'of $72 due Sept 6. Pay at ,
Atlantic Center, Mandatory .
captains meeting at 6:30 p.m. -
Aug. 22 at the Atlantic Center.
Contact Jason at 277-7256 or
jbrown@fbfl.org or visit www.
leaguelineup. comn/fibflsoftball.-
SMini-toumament one- ,,
pitch adult softball touma-
ments on two Wednesdays
per month in August. Touma-
merit dates are'today (men)
and Aug. 21 (co-ed) -ASA
rules, 35-minute time limit, six-
team maximum; $125 cash
entiy tournament nights. Visit
www. leaguelineup.comfibfls-
fotball or contact Jason Brown
-at 277-7256 or jbrown@fbfl.
org.
S: Indoor soccer Wednes-,
lays from 6-8 p.m. at, Peck'.
Gym. Fee is $2 for city resi- :
dertts,, $5 non-city. .
*'Summer group swimming
lessons registration is open at
the Atlantic Avenue Recrea-
tion Center. American Red
SCross levels 1-2 and stroke
clinics (one week), fea is $40
city residents; $50.non-city.
Levels,3-4 (two weeks), fee is
$55 city and $68 non-city.
-Yqgapod flow classes are
the Peck Center Tuesdays,
Wednesday 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-
8:30 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 Bian-


Monday practices with games Thursdays.
Call Nicole Brown at 261-1080 for information
on soccer or volleyball.

FBHSHallofFame
I- Femandina Beach High School is now
accepting nominees for its 2013 Hall of Fame
Class. Criteria is for alumni and former staff
and includes excellence in athletics, one's
trade or profession or as a member of society
in the form of community service or leader-
ship.-This year's class will be inducted at the
FBHS homecoming on Oct. 18.
More criteria and applications are avail-
able online under the alumni section at
www.femandinahigh.com or at the schooL-
Contact Rob Hicks at robert.hicks@nassau.
k12.fl.us.

Flytgdub sesmember
r The Amelia Island Light SportFlying Club
.is looking for a few more members.
-Membership is initially limited to 124full part-
ners. The group has. identified an aircraft
(Paradise P-1) for. purchase and is ready to
,begin flight operations once the purchase is
'finalized. If flying for less than $106 per hour,
'-low monthly dues and.no FAA medical certifi-
cate requirement interests you, callSam
S'Lane at (904) 624-0650 orfM.ickey Baity at
S556-6136. :

..' 'Boulesdub",/;-..;'.^ -'^"
Amelia Island Boules Club holds petanque
pickup games Saturdays at 9.30 a m Wed-
-- nesdays at 4.30 p.m.and Thursdays at 3,30
p.mh. at the Central Park courts at the corner
of Atlantic Avenue and South 11th Street.
.Petanque (pay-tonk) is a cousin of both
horseshoes and bocce, the Italian bowling '
Sgame..The public is always welcome to join '
... Call 491-1190 for information "

- Jeff Galloway rui/waik
S A local group meets Saturday mornings for
runs/walks using the Jeff Galloway training
method. Train for a marathon, half-marathon
or 15K Call Mike Hagel at 415-6039.

Orianilzed bike rides
There are organized bicycle rides Thurs-
days .starting at 9 a m. and Saturdays starting
0 at 8.30 a.m., All rides start from Main Beach.
Park near the miniature golf course.
Cyclists ofall abilities are welcome Riders
ofA(,18-21),, B (14-17), C (upto,.14mph)and
S (social ride, speed ol the slowest rider in
0 the group) all participate The qrde will be
around 30 miles with rest'stops along the way
and loops back to the starting point at around
10 miles before continuing,on the remaining
' 20 miles of the route Anyone who joins the
Group will not be left behind Lunch is option-
al There is also a regular ride Mondays tor
experienced road cyclists starting at 9 a.m at.
various locations on-Amelia Island and in
Nassau County The starting points and dis-
tances for these rides will be announced
,. 1Helmets and a bicycle in good working
,, itiOnd'tion arp rnaryrltory,.Qall 26,-1.!i6por.,
Visit www.ameliaislandcyling com, www
sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/sriders or
wwwvnfbc.us. ,.


gular Series machines Open
Monday through Friday from
7:30 am to 7 pm. tor ages
., 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
Sp.m.; Tuesdays and Fridays
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
SSaturdays from -.11 a.m. to 4
p m at Peck Gym, based on
court availability.
SAdult volleyball is from 7-
S9 p m Tuesdays and Fnridays
at Peck Gym.Cost is $2 per '
day for city residents ($5 non)
Youth volleyball is from 3-5
p mi. Tuesday and Fnday. Fee
is $2 (city), $5 (non-cilty). :
;' Peck Gym weight room is
open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
SMonday through Friday Cost "
Sis $3 a day, $25 a month for
city residents ($31 25 non-
.city), $120 for sixthmonths
($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.
.. Pnvate swimming les-
sons for children ages two '-
and up and adUlts in 30-mi- |
nute sessions cost $20 fority
residents, $25 for hnon-cit;
four-pack $60 for city and $75
non-city; ,eight-back $100 for
city residentsand $125 for,
non-city,: .
Fernandiha BeachScuba
Club meets at 6p.rm. the third
Tuesday at.the Atlantic Ave-
nue Recreation Center. Call
Kathy Russell, 7531143, or
email krussell@fbfl.rg-
*Aqua-.1 water aerobics is
from 10-10:55 a.ri weekdays .
at the Atlantic Avenue Recrea-
tion Center pool. Deep water "
aerobics (aqua fitness belts
required) is Mondays, VVWe-
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.


World Golf Village shares


Bob Hope traveling exhibit


The National WWH Muse-
um has announced that a trav-
eling exhibit celebrating leg-
endary entertainer, Bob
Hope, is open to the public.
Hope entertained U.S.
troops throughout World War
II. The image of Hope walk-
ing on stage with a golf club
at one of his many USO
shows is a Lasting image for
millions of Americans. Those
days will be revisited as the
World Golf Hall of Fame &
Museum has brought the Bob
Hope: An American Treasure
traveling exhibition to The
National WWII Museum.
Created witi the generous
support of the Bob & Dolores
Hope Charitable Foundation,
the exhibition highlights sev-
eral aspects of Hope's life, -
including his extraordinary
relationship with the U.S.
Armed Forces:The exhibition
will be on display until Oct
31. :
"I know my Dad would be -
proud tolhave his exhibit
available to visitors at The -..
SNational WWII Museum in .-
SNew Orleans, one of his
favorite cities," said Linda .
SHope. daughter of the enter-.
Stainer. "The men and women
who erved.during that war '
-had a special place mn his.
heart. Their spirit and love of
our country never ceased to
inspire him. We hope that the
visitors to The National WWII
Museum and those who see
this exhibition will enjoy it
and hopefully it will trigger
some special memories."
"Bob Hope: An American
Treasure" features more than
160 artifacts in total, including
Hope's Congressional Gold
Medal, honorary Oscar stat-
uette, Honorary Veterans cita-
tion and PGA of America
money clip. More than 200
vintage photos and seven
video displays tell the story of
Hope's early years as part of
an immigrant family in the
early 20th century, his rise as
a star of stage, screen and'
radio, his devotion to the U.S.
military, his relationships
with U.S. presidents, and his
love of golf.
"When touring the Middle
East with the USO, we, the
performers, would often say
.now 1 know how Bob Hope
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director of entertainment for
The Stage Door Canteen at
The National WWII Museum.
"He was the pioneer of carry-
ing out this amazing tradition,
the king of the morale boost-
ers."
The traveling exhibition
began its five-year tour in the
Fall of 2011 at the Green Bay
Packers Hall of Fame at his-
toric Lambeau. Field. It contin-
ued with a stay at the Gerald
R. Ford Presidential Museum
in Grand Rapids, Mich., had a
stop at the Greenwich Heri-
tage Centre-in London during
the 2012 Summer Olympic
Games and was atthe Palm
Springs'Air Museum earlier
this year to coincide with the
PGATOUR's Humana Chal-
lenge in partnership with the
Clinton Foundation and the
LPGA's Kraft Nabisco Chain-
-; pionship Its most recent stop
was at the Midland County
: Public Library in Texas .
-' UMy grandfather discov-
Sered the greatness of the mili-
tary audience in. 1941. At the
time, he joked that they were.
'an audience so ready for
laughter, it made what we did
for a living feel like stealing
money,'" said Miranda Hope,
granddaughter of the enter-
tainer "But he truly loved the
men and women who defend-
ed this country and took
. pride that his performances
spelled, more than anything
else 'home' He was their
favorite comedian, they were
his favorite audience,and it
was a love ai'fair that lasted
more than six decades."
"Bob's relationship with
the military is legendary and
we're delighted to bring this
,x.iibition to The National
World War H Museum," said.-,
Jack Peter, Chief Operating
Officer of the World G6'lf Hall
of Fame "We're alsoI pleased
to share Bob's love of the
game with the great golf fans
in New Orleaps. We mu't
thank the Bob & Dolores
Hope Charitable Foundation
for its support in bringing this
exhibition to another new
audience."
Visit wwvv.V:,rldGolfHallof
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NavySEALmoumey
The third annual Navy
SEAL Foundation Golf Classic
will be held at the Omni
Amelia Island Plantation Nov.
9. This event is open to the
public.
Golf entry fees are $250
per player. The tournament
begins with breakfast and
registration and concludes
with dinner and a silent auc,
tion. '
Registration for the golf
tournament is open until Oct.
31. The tournament field is
limited to 144 players.
All proceeds support the
Navy SEALFoundation,
which provides immediate
and ongoing support and
assistance to.the Navy Special
Warfare community and their
families. ,
Event sponsorships are ,
available. All donations are
welcome:and are tax-
deductible.
For information on the ":
event, contact Mike Clowerat
261-2217 or clowermnvbjll--.
south.net orToni Corbin at
- 277-6907 or tcorbin@omniho-
Stels.com... .


FBHSbenefit
.: ;The:third anual O'Katie's
Goff'Tournament, with pr(,
ceeds to benefit the F,.rnan-':
dina Beach High School golf f,
Steams, will be held SepL 14-15
at Amelia River Golf Club.
Shotgun start is at 12.30 p m.
both days.
Format is a two-man best-
ball Saturday and a tno-man
scramble on Sunday There i.
a senior flight for ages FO and
over; seniors play forward
tees No more than six-shot
differential in handicaps.
Cost is S250 per teimii and
include, gulf and heavy appe-
tizers at O'Kane's during the
pairings party and coclktail
party.
Pairings party is at 7 p m
'Friday'and cocktail party is at.
7 p m. Saturday.
For information on the
tournament, contact Jarn od
Sullivatn at (0)4) $3&8825-" or
Joe Parmiib'at 948-7131
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held last week for the PGA Tour
players that did not qualify for
the Bridgestone Invitational.
Gary Woodlandwon the tournament for his
second PGA Tour victory. He holed a 58-foot
chip from the rough for one of his four birdies
and got up-and-down to save par five limes
in the 'final round. Woodland finished with 44
points in the hrodified Stableford format that
awards eight points for double'eagle. five
for eagle, two [or birdie, zero for par, minus-
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happening backlhome predictably
each day the report came back hot-
humid and chances of late afternoon'
thunderstorms. Mainfie delivers.
Cool, clear and wonderfully dry air.
Like a stage set, elegant white
church spires rise from every
town.Houses 6f clapboard in,
autumnal shades of mustard, .
cinnamon and mossy green or bril-
liant white. Bright flowers are abun-.
d an i. i -*'*** ';/ ::' -- .,. -. *:"..*-
Each year we eat our share of lob-
ster. Our favorite presentation?


soaked in butter or
mixed with mayon-
naise and celery, all
on a lightly toasted
Sroll. We have a
favorite concession
FO Anearby.on Route 1.
likea magnet,
T-- more often than not
.-ORC we find ourselves
there around
lunchtime. It is a
Dickieo popular place. We
Anderson order our lobster
and settle down on
the bright red picnic tables and savor
every bite. "


has a crescent shape within rocks
defining each end. Before nine and
after five the dog people arrive. All
sizes and shapes (people and dogs)
gather for their daily play date. It is
hard to find better entertainment.
than a rowdy crew of dogs of all sizes
and shapes playing on a beach.
Iliagine aadog show with no rules:
All contestants are unleashed and
running, chasing or playing in' the
Ssurf.
This year we took a day trip to.
Mt Washington, located in New
Hampshire the highest peak in the
Northeast 6,288 feet A spectacular
eight-mile auto road takes you to the


of the Presidential Range in the
White Mountains. We paid our toll
and began what was a white knuckle
drive to the summit. Part of the
admission price was a CD with a
chirpy dialog about the history of the
amazing road and mountain. We
climbed up above the tree line and
through a desolate almost moon-
scape area as we approached the
summit. The ride up is described as
"breathtaking" and it was! The Big
Guy gripped the steering wheel and
held his breath the entire way up and
down the two way-road., I
,. August is blueberry time in
Maine. One bright sunny Saturday


zed crowd at the
irch for their
esstial. The 4*1


neighboring library had a book sale
and there was the inevitable craft .
fair. We stepped up and ordered our
haddock chowder and then each of
us picked a piece of homemade blute-I
berry pie from a vast selection of
slices. Delicious.
Time to head back home. Our -.
break from the Florida heat has been
treasured, but there is no place like -
home. If only it were a little cooler in ,
August.
Dickie Anderson welcomes yotur
comments. Books are available at.
local book and gift stores or online at
wuiwdickieanderson.com. ,
dickieandersonaPgmaiLcon$


JAAupdate
Recently theFernandina Beach Rotary Club welcomed
Jacksonville Aviation Authority CEO and Executive
SDirector Steven Grossman, above with club President
Shannon Brown. Grossman began his job at JAA in
4009 and oversees operations management, mainte-
nance, development and marketing for all of JAA's assets
from Jacksonville International Airport to Cecil
Commerce Center. Grossmant stfead-M"A"T-FTe4e
no funding frori the ci'tVI .QU ,Ml6 %l* .4,'Un fact, pays
the city more than $3, million a year for such services as
fire-rescue. He said JAA's assets are a sizeable economic
engine for the region, having a $3 billion financial
S impact. One of its largest and most profitable assets is.
* Cecil Commerce Center, formerly Naval Air Station Cecil
'Field, which the federal government turned over to the
city in 1993. Since that time, JAA has overseen develop-
ment of Cecil's 8,300 acres by leasing all of the 1.3 mil-
Slion square feet of available space while building an
additional 100,000 square feet in seven new hangars.
Cecil is recognized as one of the most successful base
conversion projects in the U.S.. and has attracted more
than 30 tenants with some 3,000 employees. Cecil
Commerce Center has been designated by the federal
government as a Space Port suitable for horizontal
launch of aircraft into subdrbital flight, giving the center
an advantage in future aviation endeavors such as satel-
lite launches, science experimentation and interconti-
nental air travel.


Sunrise Rotary officers .
The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise held its '
installation of officers on June 29 at the Nqrth
Hampton Amenities Club. Members held a family style,.
pitnic, 'hostiqg all mehibers and their families to we+"
Soine the,fhew board. District (Governor J hn' Brunne41
attended as well. Stan Fishburn served as master of 4 .
ceremonies as he inducted new board members Mark "
Dennis, president. Mark Cutshaw, president-elect,
SCindy Jackson, vice president, Christal Fish, past
president, Mary Grice, secretary, Mickey Ulmer, ser-
geant at arihs, Barbi Coyne, treasurer, and Sharon
Stanley, foundation.
During the past" 12 months, the Rotary Club of :
Amelia Island Sunrise held numerous fundraising 7
events, donating S20,000 to Wolfson Children's -'
Hospital and 830,000 to charitable causes including
polio eradication, The Boys and Girls Club, Hope
House, Micah's Place and others. ;
The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise meets
every Friday at 7:30 a.m. at the Fernandina Beach
Golf Club. Contact President Mark Dennis at maden- '
nis@bellsouth.net or go to
www.ameliaislandrotary.com. '
SUBM ITTED PHOTOS


"- ', -" '- SUBMIT=ED
FFAtalk
Kalyn Hartley was the speaker at a recent Kiwanis Club meeting. A UF graduate, Hartley
is an agri-science teacher and Futuire Farmers ofAmerica (FFA) advisor at the Hilliard
Middle Senior High School, which has the only FFA chapter in Nassau County. The FFA
mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their
potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultur-
al education. The FFA motto gives members 12 short words to live by as they experience
the opportunities in the organization. Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live,
Living to Serve. Pictured with Hartley is Stan Storey, Kiwanis president, left, and Robert
McCannell, dub secretary.


SUBMITTED.

Kiwaniscarshow
The Fernandina Beach Kiwanis Club celebrated its 75th anniversary at the inau- p,
gural Fernandina Beach Kiwanis'Club Yard Sale and Car Show, which was held at,;
the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center on Saturday, July 13. Due to weather con-
cerns, a small field of automobiles turned dut for the car show, but those that did
were excellent examples. Thanks to all that participated, and a special'thanks to
the celebrity judges, Times-Union reporter Dan Scanlan, FernandinaBeach Mayor ,,
Sarah Pelican, Fernandina Beach Police Chief Jim Hurley and Nassau County ,'
Sheriff Bill Leeper. Above, "Best of Show" and "Peoples Choice" winner, Wiidle .,
Portier, poses with his beautiful 1931 Model A Sport Coupe. .',


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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7.2013 iROUND TOWN News-Leader


PHOTO BY KATHY BROOKS/FORTHE NEWS-EADER
Staff of First Federal Bank of Florida, Fernandina branch, are inviting the community to drop off school sutipplies
for the 13f1 'annual GOKIDS school supply campaign. First Federal is one of over 20. locations for donations.-
SFromleft are ArieI'Correll, Tina Drost, Pam Austin and Mike Miclder, waiting for donations in the final days of
'the drive, sponsored by the Corporate Volunteer Council of the Nassau County Volunteer Center.


GOID needs sl


TheNassau County Voblunteer Center's will take pace on Aug. 15. The most need-. Center, Yulee); First. Federal Bank of
Corporate Volunteer' Council (CVC)- ed supplies include pencils, pens, pocket : Florida (Sadler .Road .and Chester
through its 13th annual GOKIDS (Giving 'folders, wide-ruled notebook paper or spi- ''Road/AIA, Yulee);- VyStar Credit Union
:Our Kids Important Daily Supplies) proj-., ral notebooks, crayons, glue sticks, clear (14th Street): CBC National Bank (14th
ect, is collecting school supplies and dona- or mesh backpacks (no wheels), dry-erase Street). Hilliai d Town H.all (15859 W CR
'' lions for local students who need them markers, and white or color copy paper, 108): Hilliard Recreation Center (37516
Lhe most. Kleenex, paper towels and wipe ups. Gift_ Oxford St.). Hilliard library (15821 W.CR
:: Monetary donations will be used to, cards are also welcome. 108); Omni AIPOwners Association and at
S purchase supplies and will be distributed-" Those who wish to donate school sup- Osprey Village: Golf Club oftAmelia (First
Samongall areapublic schoolsby principals 'pliesmaydropoffdonationsatanyof the Coast Highvay). Hilliard Pharmacy
Over the, last 12 years, through, the' following locations: Omni Amelia Island (551770 US 1). and Hilliard Winn-Dixie
GOKIDS projects, over S130,000 worth of Plantation (Associate Services); Century (541494 US 1). The drive is also support-
Sdonations and supplies has reached 21/JohnT. Ferreira Insurance, 500 Centre ed by Rayonier. RockTenn."the 'FSCJ
7s.This year's campaign is winding down, Nassau County Volunteer Center; (1303' Beach Committee of the Callahan Lions'
and the coming days will be your last Jasmine St., Suite D); Bank of America Club
S'dhance to help out this year. (Eighth Street): Amelia Dntal Group For information about hfiow to help stu-
I The deadline for donations for this piroj- (Citrona Drive); First Coast Community dents right here in Nassau County, email
ect is Aug. 12. Distribution to the schools Bank (14th Street and Target Shopping the Volunteer Center at ncvctb@aol.com.


LITERARY

j LEANINGS |

Skgroups
The Books Plus Book Club
t will meet Aug. 13 at 7 p.m. at
the store on Centre Street ,:-
S and is reading Franklin and
S,. Eleanor. Members and the
,public are invited to attend }'
The Florida Writer's
Association meets at 6:15,p.m.
Aug.O fqrAc iue si,,.:
, at BQoks Plus. Bring your -
writing for an informative and
fun evening. Public is invited.
: for more information call
...group leader Maggie de Vi ies
at 321-6180. The Florida Teen
S Writers meet from 4-45-5:45
Sp.m. All young writers are
: invited to attend.
UIbraiyboard
SThe Nassau County
Library Advisory Board will
meet Aug. 20 from 3-5 pap. at
theYul1e branch library, .','
, FSCJ/Nassau Center at 76346
SWilliam Burgess Blvd., Yulee
The public is invited to attend.
Persons with disabilities -
requiring accommodations jin,
S' order to participate should *
S*contact the library at 277-7365
or the Florida Relay Service "
at 1-800-955-8771 at least five ', :
.days in advance
Adult program
-This year the Nassau
County Library System has a
summer reading program for
grown-ups. Ground Breaking
Reads invites adults to read,
write short reviews and enter
weekly drawings. Each adult
age 19 and older can submit .
u*S to three reviews per week *
through Aug. 12. Each review
represents one entry for the
drawings and will serve as a
rjiffle ticket for prizes to be
airrded at the grand finale,
dinner on Aug. 29 at Ca6fe ,
Iaribo. Donated prizes .
iiclude an Apple iPad, a
Iindle Fire and Paper White-.,:
irovie tickets, dining at local. .'
restaurants, and more. .' .
: Just consult the list of nov-'
els andworks of non-fiction
op the list of recommended
reading on the library's web- '
site at wwwnassaureads.co'f.
Any book read (Orint, eBooks,
audio books, Playaway) quali-
a fs as'an entry for the weekly
drawing. Find more infbrma --
tton and register at www.nes-
spureads. com..
Authorsmarketplace
: The Local Author's Market
Aace will be held Sept. 28, and
29 from 10 a'm.-4p.m. atSt..
Peter's Episcopal Church, 801
Atlantic Ave., featuring more
than 30 authors, (including
New York Times authors
Wendy Wax and Ken Burger),
five workshops, children's
activities, Sonny's BBQ and
more. An author's luncheon is .
scheduled for Sept. 29 from- -
noon to 2 p.m. at Joe's 2nd
Street Bistro (limited seat-
ing). Tickets are now avail-
able. Visit www.localauthors-
marketplace.net! for
information or call 321-6180.


HOME & GARDEN BRIEFS


Farmers markets
Tea Bagz has joined the Amelia Farmers
Market as a new vendor with organic herbal
Blends Tea Bagz herbal and tea blends are
made with the highest quality organic ingre-
dients certified organic (OTCO) and kosher
(Earth Kosher) They are made with only
whole dried leaves, spices and fruits with no
powdered herbs or flavorings and no soy
lecithin. At the booth, all ingredients are on
display These blends will always be in a tea
,s ,Wi r, takqhem home and,
;%q Y no FpeliaLiequipment. enjoy a cup of hot
or iced tea .Tropical Amelia, a caffeine free
hibiscus blend, vwas introduced in July, and in
the coming weeks, shoppers will find' it along
with White Orchid and Coastal Dreams at
the Tea Bagz booth, ready for shoppers to
sample Artisan Blenders Melanie and Pete
appreciate input on blends that you would
like to enjoy and will also custom blend bags
just for you,
"'; Also 5t the market Aug 10 will be Sweet
Grass Dairy, a family-owned and operated
farm that handcrafts fresh, soft-ripented and
naturally aged cow cheese that are unique
' and delicious. Sweet Grass is dedicated to
,...creating old world style cheese that highlight
the rich, high quality of the milk they use. All
their milk comes from their family-owned
rotationally grazed cows that never receive
growth hormones or unnecessary antibi-
otics There are plenty of samples to try '
including the ever-popular Green Hill,
Thomasville Tomme, Asher Blue, Cyprus,
Georgia Gouda and Plain Lil Moo, '
Peppercorn'Il Moo and'Garlic & Chive ill
SMoo ' : "
Perfect f6r summer are peaches, squash,
eggplant, okra, and plenty of melons every. ,
Saturday at Carter's Produce. Also at the
market Saturday will be Minorcan Datil
Pepper Products with their jams, mustards,
hot sauces, marinades anrid garlic-datil may-
onnaises Using only the freshest ingredients
and cooking in small batches, which insures.
taste consistency, Minorcan also features a
B-B-Que Sauce, datil pepper jelly, sweet heat,.
salsas, and pepper relish. Get it as hot arid as.:'
mild as you like. Need a break from cooking
but don't feel like going out -just pick up a
fresh, gourmet eitr6e at Bottega by Liz '
Grenamyer. Voted "Best Caterer in
Jacksdnville" byJacksonville Magazine for
two years in a row, Bottega by Liz "
Grenamyer is Liz's latest triumph of fine cui-
sine affording food enthusiasts and conven-'
ience seekers alike the opportunity to buy-.
Catering 'by Liz's delicious creatiofis to be
enjoyed in'your own home. Entrees and side'
:'dishes, available in oven and microwave safe'
containers, change weekly, are made with /
fresh ingredients and range from southern
shrimp and creamy grits"to espresso crusted.
pork tenderloin, grilled salmon with mango
chutney 0ver wilted spinach to steak au, .
poivre with sides such as squash souffle,
,.twice baked new potatoes and grilled aspara-
' ,us with roasted red pepper sauce. Be surt4,
to ask about their spreads, fresh crostini anid
desserts. Cinnamon Apples has introduced a
new "Quart of theMonth Club" and is giving
a free recipe featuring Cinnamon Apples
with each purchase. This month's recipe is a
quick and easy. Cinnamon Apple pie that
takes 5 minutes to put together and in
approximately 30 minutes you will have a
beautiful and delicious pie. .
Sign up for the E-Mail Newsletter at
www.ameliafarmersmarketcom. The Amelia
Farmers Market is open every Saturday
from 9 a.m.-1 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.ameliafarmersmarketcom.

The Fernandina Beach Market Place
farmers' market welcomes back a handful of
"special appearance" vendors qn Aug. 10
including Lizzie's Cheese Straws, Blue


Planet and An Unr,-Believable Egg Roll.
Lizzie's Cheese Straws are a cheese
crackertreat, shaped like straws.that hardly
ever make it back to the house,' they are usu-
ally devoured on the car ride home' Blue
Planet has been onr, North Seventh Sti-eet
before and longtime tarrners' market fans
will recognize Sonia and her organic nuts,
dried fruits and granolas.
'Rose, from An Un-Believable Egg Rolls.
has been offering handmade, authentic
Vietnamese egg rolls since 2000 As a child.
Rose helped lher i and motliher make and sell
egg'rolls to neighbors and friends for extra
mnioney Her grandmother's recipe was some-
thing made up as she went along, adding
spices and seasonings when needed. Rose
watched closely and learned her trade,
knowing eve.' ingredient that went into her
famous egg rolls As you taste them, you will
surely agree thatThese are indeed the most
unbelievable egg. rolls you have ever tasted'
Join these and nearly 30. other weekly
vendors in downtown Fernandina Beach this
and every Saturday from 9 ar m. to 1 p.m. on
North Seventh Street. nAmelia Island. Bruce
Beville and the Laid Back Band wil provide
this week's musical entertainment.
Visit FernandinaBeachMlarketPlace corn,
find'them on Facebook. or call (904) 557-
8229 : .
Sea turtles'
Join a park ranger arnd learn about the
lifecycle of dithe sea turtle and the importance
of these creatures, on Aug 10 at 2 p.m. atthe'
Ribault Club on Fort George Island Cultural
Siate Park No reservations are necessary.
and the prog'amn is free. For information con- ,
tact the Talbot Islands Ranger Station at
(904) 251-2320. Visit .... .
www floridastateparks org. "''
Landscape matters .
SOn Aug. 14 at 10 am., Master Gardener
Joseph Smith will conduct a Landscape
Matters on vegetable gardening. The session
,will -be held atthe Extension office in Yulee-
. and will review seasonal gardening for veg-
'etables, including seeds and "starter" plants,
Container gardening of vegetables, as'wellas
:what vegetables to grow during'different sea-
Ssons. The session is free and open to the
public. For more information, access the
-Extension website athttp://nassau.ifas.ufl.
'edu/horticulture/landmatters/landmat-'
ters'.html or call the Extension office, at (904).
,.879-1019. Master Gardeners are on phone
duty Fridays at 491-7340.
Plntclinic
SOn Aug. 19 County Extension
Director/Horticulture Agent Becky Jordi
:.ill conduct a Plant Clinic from 10 am. until
2 p.m. at the Yulee Extension Office (A1A
anti Pages Dairy Road).
All county residents are invited to bring
plant samples showing problems in their
landscapes. Problems will be identified and .
solutions offered for correction. There is nio '
fee for this service...
For information call (904) 879-1019. '"
Master Gardeners are on office duty on
Friday at 491-7340.
Recyecenter
The Nassau County Convenience Center.
accepts all items that plug in or are battery
operated. with the exception of TVs with
"tubes," free of charge from county resi-
dentts. In addition to e-scrap recyclables the
center also accepts appliances, scrap metal,
tires (four per household), batteries, alu-
minum, glass, newspaper/magazines and
plastics.
The Convenience Center is open Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 am. to
5 p.m. and Saturday from'8:30 a-nm. to noon.
For information call 5484972 or 1-877-362-
5035 or go to www.nassaucountyflcom: Click
on Departments/Solid Waste Department


NASSAU COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES


This handsome dog's
nape is Tucker. Tucker is a
boxer/shepherd mix. He is
about 7 years old and weighs
60 pounds. Tucker is .
neutered, has a one-year
rabies vaccine, is micro-
chipped but is heartworm
positive. We do have financial
assistance through wonderful
donors to help pay for the
treatment Rucker has a beau-
tiful reddish brown coat with
white underbellyand some on
his legs. His most striking fea-
tures are his gorgeous golden
eyes. Tucker came to us in
May because his owner was
moving and couldn't take him
with him. Tucker was sad but
has been hopeful that some:
one else would come see him
and make him part of their
family. He has a great person-
ality. He loves children and-
adults, but is not sure about


cats. If you would like to see
him in a video, go to
wwwpetfinder.com or
www.nassauticountyfl.com. To
see him in person, come to
Nassau Couinty Animal'
Services, 86078 License Road,
Yulee, 491-7440, Tuesday
through Friday, 11 am. to 4
p.m., Saturdays 11 a.m. to 3:30
-p.m. and closed Sundays and
Monday. .


CATS ANGELS

Hollie is a young adult,
dilufte tortoiseshell female.
She is- alkitty with a sweet dis-
positiona and a happy girl as
Iongas there are no dogs in
'her life. She gets along with -
cats, but only one or two
would be her limit there as
well. Hollie is in foster care
with other cats now and her
favorite activity is sitting on
the cat tree in front of a win-
dow where sheacan watch c n .
nature and the world go by QCatsAngels shop for unique ,
Cats Angels has cats of every items at Trailer Pafk Collecti-
size and description who have bles, 702 Centre St., which is
been with us far too long and opendaily. Donations -for the:
we are determined to find safe Thrift Store and cat care are
and loving homes for all of always appreciated and gra" '
them. i. ciously accepted during busi-
August is Homeless, ness hours. We can use paper
Animals Month and e if yo can towels, cat litter, dry and can-
take responsibtility for just one. ned cat food. Recycle your alu-
animal in need, what a differ- minum cans in our parking lot
ence it would make. Visit our bin.
Adoption Center, our~website .. Plapsedn'.tcontribute to.
www.catsangels.com or call the overpopulation of home-
321-2267 to meet with an less animals. Have animals in
Adoption Volunteer. your care spayed and.n
The Cats Angels Thrift neutered. Cats AngIels can
Store is stocked With furni- help'you with lowertco st
ture, household items, decora- options.We can also help trap
tions, toys, jewelry, books and feralcats. .Cal] 32 t-2267 or
more. We are located at 709 S. visit www.catsangels.com for
Eighth St. and open Monday, more information Spay and
through Saturday from 11 neuter the responsible solu.
a.m. til 5 p.m. Also visit the tion.

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,,. NASSA ,HUMANE:,SOC]IETY, ,


Ginger'is a verysweet girl
who is accustomed to living in
a home, and would love to
show you that she knows
exactly what to do! She's
about 15 months old and we
believe she's a Smooth Haired
Vizsla-bulldog mix. She's very
affectionate and loves to sit
with you and be petted, and
she'll lean on you to soak up
all the love she can. She walks
very well on her leash and Wey
believe she's housetrained.'"
She gets along well with other
dogs here at the shelter, and'
she.truly loves people. Her
beautiful red coat is soft for .
petting, and she has a super-
sweet smile too! She's already
spayed, heartworm-negative,
and ready to brighten the life
.of some lucky person or fami-
ly fora lifetime!".
: ..; Your Nassau Humane
Society has puppies and kit-
tens available for adoption!
Pictured here is :beautiful
Burrito, a Siamese mix who's
about 4 months olc. He has
amazing blue eyes and a soft,
buff-colored coat with char-
coal-colored markings. We
expect him to be medium-,
sized when he grows up.
.Please come on over and meet
Burrito;'along with Taco, a
gray and white Domestic
ShortHair mix, Thorne, a
gray Russian Blue mix, and
several other sweet, adorable
kittens! And remember,
Tuesday are Tuxedo
Tuesday at NHS, with adop-


tion feeA reduced 25 percent
for black and Wlack-and-white
'cats!. : ,
You can helpthe Nassau
Humane Society build a-new,
desperately needed animal
'-shelter! The Chardonnay
Foundation has offered a gen-
erous $200,000 Challenge
Grant in support four new
building. Please consider a .
donation today so we can raise
-$200,000 and have it matched
'by The Chardonnay
Foundation! Your donation's
impact iill be doubledturn-
ingyotur$1 into $2, or $500
into$1,00. Details are at our
website,NassauHumane
Society.com, or call (904) 868-
7478. You can also mall your
donation to NHS, PO. Box
16090; Fernandina Beach, FL
32035. Thanks for your sup-
port for homeless animals,
and bringing people.and pets
together!












PEOPLE &-PLAC ES
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SPECIAL EVENTS

Senior fair
The'Council on Aging and
S; Baptist Health will hold a
'".Senior Expo and Health Fair
: from 10a.m.-3 p.m. Aug;'9
with more than 50 companies
Sand'Qrganizations-atthe
:-Atlantic Avenue -Recreation
Center. Enjdy breakoutses-
S sons and seminars on a num-
S ber oftopics. Senior care-
givers are also invited to
attend this free event: -'
'" Transportation will be provided
by COA's transportation sys-
..- .. tem .. ..
... .,. Baptist Health staff will offer
-',free cholesterol, blood pres-
sure, prostate specific antigen,
S. bone density and glucose tests
S/ -and representatives from other
o: organizations will provide infor-
'" nation about hospice care,
assisted living housing, elder
law, Medicare and Social' "
Security benefits.: Visit www.
:' coanassau.com for details. For
S transportation information, call
261-0701-or 845-3331.
" ACT comedy
Amelia Community Theatre
S' presents 'The 25th Annual -
Putnam County Spelling Bee'
--' Aug. 15-17, 22-24, 28-31 at
:. p.m. ard Aug. 25 at.2 p.m.,.a
Tony Awardirining musical
". comedy where six'young peo-
pie, played by adults, compete
', :-in a spelling bee and learn that
S winning isn't everything and
S losing doesn't make you a
loser. (Note, this play contains
Adult subject matter.)'
Tickets are $20 adults and
'$10 students. To purchase call
261-6749 or go online at
w. www.ameliacommunitythe-
atre.org. Amelia 'Community
S' Theatre is located at 207
Cedar Street, Fernandina
Beach. ,
THIS WEEK

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bingo every Thursday at the
.. Legion, 626 S.;Third St.,
Fernandina Beach, in the large


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ment.
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style,
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soup
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entry
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series
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accomplishment
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Nicholas, e.g.
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ilium -. -
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edge
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60. *Uverp6ol
group, following
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SHollies
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; wear
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spot
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3. Bird's foot
4. *Oscar winner
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8. North face, e.g.
9. Refuses to
10. Bad to the bone
11. Cote d'Azur
lo c a le .
12. Casual attire
15. 'Detroit's soul
recorder
20. Deceive bya
mock action
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e.g.
24. Large fleets


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Woolworth's
event .
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27. Jeopardy
29. Comfort
31. *'Take a.__
off,"-sangThe
SBand in '68
S32. Lady's pocket- ,
book
33. Loose rocks at
base ofmountain
34. State of dishon-
S or .
36; Extinct flightless
birds
38. Therefore .
42. "The Playboy of
"' the Westernm
SWorld" author
45. "'I Love You
More Today"
Singer Twitty
49. Adams._
Beckham"
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mother's side
54. Twvist before
hanging on
clothesline
56. Ancient city in
Africa
S57. Let heads or
tails decide
58. *Woodstock's
had a dove on a
guitar
59. Electrical resist-
ance units ,
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62. European sea
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Geneaogyo society meets

The Amelia Island Genealogical Sodety will elementary education and a masses degree in
hold its regular monthly"meeting at. 7 on brary science. She also holds a Certificate of
Tuesday, Aug 20 at the.Fernandina Beach Bibical Studies from Reformed Theological
Police Department Comunity. Room atJ1525 Seminary in Orlando.
LimeSL Publicwelcome. Stimney is.anavidgenealogistandhas ben
KathyJ. Stickney wiI,Jresentl'Resechig researching her family for 18 years. It was
* Y onr ( dnnfer VtA nWtie-" ,einn hwr ffies~ resnar'n the ex prie a nf heir fat-hrq I


Ssmoke-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 isnine
games for $20, with multiple
jackpots paid out. For ques-
tions e-mail 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 .
Meditationgoup
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 minutes). Anyone
Interested in meditation is
Invited to attend all or padrt of
the gathering. To learn more
go to ameliainsight.org or call
261-9143.
Gerrs Comer
Gerri's Comer 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 Fernandina Beach.
Call 277-0099.
Genealogy group
SGenealogy group meetings
are held at Yulee United


. Methodist Church, 86003
.Christian Way, Yulee, the sec-
ond and fourth Thursday of
each month from 9-11 a.m.
SNew members re welcome' .
._Call 225-5381 or Paulette
SMurriri at 548-,9752 for infor-
mation.- _
'?Nassau NAMI ;.'
S"- Nassau NAMI (National
Alliance on Mental Illness)
hosts advocacy meetings the
.third Thyrsday of each month
at 6 p.m. at the Northeast '
SCommunity Action Agency,
1303 Jasmine St., Suite 100,
Fernandina Beach, free and
open to allJ.
Support groups for anyone '
with a mental health diagnosis ,
are Fridays at 11 a.m. at the
-Council on Aging, 1367 South
18th St., led by psychiatric
nurses and free of charge.
S Family support meetings,
also free, are the fourth
-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
S at 277-1886 or email Nassau
NAMIFlorida@gmail.com.
Maritime Museum
The Maritime Museum of
Amelia Island hosts a pro-
gram on a current topic every
'rida'y a 6. '.mn The programs
are jointly sponsored by the .
museum and Amelia
Research and Recovery, LLC,
the Amelia -based company
that searches for and recov-
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Excel workshop ';
A beginner Excelworkshop.
will be held in August at the' -
Council On AgingEast .
Nassau, 1367 South 18th St.,
Fernandina Beach, for people
interested in learning the
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 nol-for-profit,:
charity. Call Jan at 583-2870
for dates and registration '*
information.
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Local artists Rhonda
Bristol, Paul Massing, Jim
McKinney,-Lamar-Miles and ,;
Gretchen Williams are dis- "
playing island inspired art at .
The Courtyard PLib and Eats,,
316 Centre St., for the next
two months.
Featuredartist .
Lisa Inglis will be the:fea- :,
tured artist for the month of
August at the Island Art
Association Gallery, 18 N.
Second St., Femrnandina. The
reception for the show will be
held during the Second
Saturday Artrageous Artwalk
onAug 10from -'8 pmn
It was while teaching one
of her drawing classes that
Lisa got the inspiration to do
her latest works. At the end of
.each drawing course students
are taken out of the studio to a
location downtown to draw
one of the beautiful historic
buildings, giving them the
opportunity to practice all of
their newly learned skills -
including perspective: ,
Spending that much time ,
looking at and studying the
beauty that is so often over- -1
looked bWithose who live here:-.,
inspired Lisa to do paintings '
exclusively of local scenery for
this show.
, The artwork is on display
through Aug. 31 at the Island
Art Association Gallery. For
more information or to get-on
an email list for upcoming
drawing classes contact Lisa


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Journey Stories -
Through Aug. 23, Baker
Hall of the Amelia lsland-
Museum of History, 233 S.
Third St., will feature the
Smithsonian's Journey .Stories
traveling exhibition. Following
*is a list of programs, .and
where they.will be held:
'*Today, Brown Bag Lunch
with Gloria Toomey- The
Mormon Migration at the
Peck Auditorium, 516 South
10th St. .
.-'Aug. 16, The Storytelling
Sims Florila in WorldWar II-
*at the Peck Auditorium, 516
South 10th St. '
Newcomerscoffee,.
SThe 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


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lived nere ) are welcome 1 i ttoi
attend. For further information, "Girl Scout drive
contact Lulu Elliott at luluel- Girl Scouts of Nassau
liott@hotmail.com or 548- County is seeking girls in
9807 (or other contact on the grades K-12 to join Girl
coffee committee), or visit .'.Scouts.Theywill host recruit-
www.newcomersofameliais- ments at the Girl Scout Hut,
land.com.' 25 South 13th St., Fernandina
r brun Beach, on Monday. Aug. 12;
Legion brunch Wednesday, Aug. 14 and
The American Legion Post .-: Thursday, Aug. 15 from 5-8
174 is hosting a Membership p m. each night. Come out-.
Drive and Brunch on Aug 10 and find out what a girl can do
at the MLK Center, 1200 Elm in Girl Scouts. The group also
St., from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. is looking for adults to lead '
The public is invited Jo come troops. Contact 528-8726 for
out and hear about the pro- more information. :. ,
grams and activities of the -Vo en.. e '..'. :-
American Legio and whT Women mee : -
services are provided to the WOAMTEC will meet
community. Organizers pray 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Aug. 13at,
that many will be interested in Cafe Karibo. Cost is $15 and
becoming members of the includes lunch. WOAMTEC
Legion or the Auxiliary or- offers business-building
Sons of theAmerican Legion. opportunities where women
They look forward to a great can focus on keeping their pri-
fellowship as they enjoy a orities in order of faith, family
great brunch. and finance without feeling
~Pancakehrpakt', :- guilty about it. For information
ancake breakfast c contactt Lisa Presirell at 206-


SThe Relay for Life fourth
annual Pancake Breakfast will
be held Aug. 10 from 7-9 a.m.
at Murray'sGrille in-.Yulee.
Tickets are $8 each. -,.
Celebrity staff waiters Dr.- -.'.,
Robert Joyce, Dr. Allen Miller,
Rick Lee, executive director at
the Journey Church, and
County Commission Chair
Dangy Leeper will serve
breakfast. The celebrnity waiter
that earns the most tips will be
honored as "Super Waiter."
Lee will attempt to retain his -
title ., -.
SComro put and enjoy break-
fast while supporting the fight"
against cancer. Tickets can be'
purchased from any celebrity,
waiter or by calling Joni Reid
at 556-6767, Belinda ,
Wagnstrom at 556-9568 or at
the door the day of the event.,
Plantation show -
"Celebrate The South" at,
the Plantation Artist's Guild-
and Galler/s new show start- -
ing Aug. 10 and running
through October. Special
guest will be Nicole .'
Rosseland,'a native of Florida
growing up In Jacksonville
and now residing in St. Marys,
Ga., where her gallery is also
located. Rosseland was fasci-
nated with her father's med-
ical books and diagrams,
instruments and models that
gave her a keen sense of the
hUman body. She dedicated
herself to figurative painting
while honing her talent and.
developing a somewhat clas-
sical yet surreal style that
would become her trademark.
Rosseland describes her
repent work as realism mixed
wifh a bit of obscurity. Her
unique original oils are differ-
ent and controversial in
nature. She will display her
work atthe gallery Aug. 10
through Sept. 14. An-opening
reception of her work will be
held Aug. 16 from 5:30-8 p.m.
Refreshments will be hosted
by Osprey Village. The public
is invited. The gallery is locat-
ed at the Omni Amelia Island
Plantation Spa and Shops,
6800 First Coast Hwy.
Barbecue night
The VFW Post 4351 Men's


., 3115 or email@liapresnell me.
Sidewalk sale
First Assembly- of God, 302
South 14th St., Fernandina
Beach, will host a sidewalk.
sale onAug. 16 and 17 from 7
a.m.3 p.ni. 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;.
SFor, information call"261-6448.'

Luaufun :
Savannah Grand Assisted
Living, 1900 Amelia Trace
Court, Fernandina Beaqh, 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 printed shirts, 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.
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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
June 2,014 will go on a per-
formance tour and mission
trip. In the past, the group has
traveled to Washington, D.C.,
Colorado, New York, Indiana,
Ohio, Tennessee, West.
Virginia, Georgia, and South
Carolina, among others.
If you are interested about
learning more about this
group please contact either
Pam Hefton orAmy Thrift at
261-9527 or come on out to
Amelia Baptist, 961167
Buccaneer Trail, on Aug. 18
Sfor the first rehearsal.
SAC meeting '
The Schobl Advisory
Council of Femandina Beach
High School will hold its orga-

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SAuxiliary will host a barbecue
night Aug. 10 at 5:30 p.m..
George Perryman will cook
Shis famous chicken arid ribs.
Chicken dinners are $7, rib
dinners are $9 and combo
dinners are $12. Karaoke will
i follow with Eddie Carter. The,
VFW Post is located at 96086
SWade's Place, under the
SShave Bridge. All members
1 and their guests are welcome.
SStaryNghts
Starry Nights, a free con-
cert series presented by the-
Scity ofSt. Mays, Ga., and its
SConvention and Visitors
SBureau, is held 7-9 p.m. one
Saturday a month at the
waterfront park in downtown,
St. Marys. Pack a picnic and
bring blanket or chairs-1p set-
tle in for an enchanting
evening. Aug. 10 bdrigs the
"Dee Bee's" with everything
from Sinatra to Santana and
the Beatles to Jimmy Buffet.-
For information call theSt.-
SMarys,C6nvention & Visitors
Bureau at (912) 882-4000 or.
email-info@stmaryswel-
orhe~com. .
NEXT WEEK

ACTauditions
Amelia Community
Theatre will hold.auditions for
its teen troupe, ACqTeen, at
2:30 p.m. onAug.11 In the
Main Stage Theatre at 207
Cedar St. The troupe is'for.
ages 13-18 and meets regu-
larly on Sunday afternoons. All
local youth in this age group
are invited to audition. Those
auditioning.should preparea-.
monologue no longer than 2
1/2 minutes and wfl be asked
Sto sing '.'Happy Birthday" and..
.., participate In a short, easy
dance routine. ,
:For more information, visit
.the Teen-Page at ,www.,
ameliacommunitytheatre


* family members acse e r family dnmingthe Civ War that led her to write
wil illustrate how to- trace ancestors through" ter current book, For Those I Love. She has
recordnavaiabeonConfeder' esoldiersmaid -.also Jontributed articles, including several
units incidin muster rolls., tren rol hos- .about te Civil War, published in genealogical
pital regis;adbouprisoner of S tegistersm mn-es and joruni
'oiths of allegiance, iuTrrendered pnsoners: 6-us SB cnTmey has spoken-o various genealogical
company transfers ;home guard rlos and pen-. societies in Florida and is a member of The
sion records: Informn*ion is provided on bowS' Alb.@ma Genealogical Society, The Florida
,to research a given lit, discover its hi .f Ge6ieogicalSociety, The United Daughters of
command, and the battleit f0tit- .' ,. IhOnferay,The Henry County Historical
Stickneygrew up in Miami andnow.ve, in. Group Daughters o(the American Revolution,
Ormond Be-hb. She is E gradilate nfFlorid.a --7 ,.Hafifar Genealogical Society, The Ohio
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PEOPLE
Continued from 6B
nizational meeting for the
2013-14 school year on
Thursday, Aug. 22 at 3:30
Sp.m. in the main-office confer-
ence room. For any questions
* or concerns, contact Spencer
SG. Lodree at 261-5713.

YouthA.t
The Island Art Association
offers free classes for kids
and their families, including:
SPreschool art, ages 3-5
with an adult, Aug. 26 from
10-11 a.m. -
Children's Art, ages 6a9,
SAug.31. from 10-11 a.m. and-
11:15 a.m.-12:15p.m.; ages
S10-13 years from 1-2-15 p.m.


Susan Dahl of the Island ,will host a free event to show- and lesson papers, door "Blues in Schoor Band.
Art Associatibn leads the case its facility on Aug. 24 prizes and yourchoice of any Please bring a canned good
classes. Pre-register at the from noon to 3 p.m. Enjoy the two of his new booklets, for the local Barnabas Food
gallery; 18 N. Second St., various activities that take Space is limited. Advance reg- Bank.
Femandina Beach, 261-7020. place at the ranch. Call 322- istration is required. Contact Saturday is a ticketed
Taflcate Cook-Off 9739 to RSVP. Carole Sinoff at Bergen semi- event at the Femandina
Thefu thnual Gre t "nar@mail.com or call her at Harbor Ma&rina from 10:30
The fourth annual Great CiouMaly na1m (904) 504-1919. a.m.-8 p.m. Tickets are $20.in
Southern Tailgate Cook-Off Marty Bergen, a 10-time advance at www.ameliaisland
will fire up again on Aug. 23 national bridge-champion and Mier--Fs bluesfest.com, or.$25 atthe
and 24 on Amelia Island. American Contract Bridge The third annual Amelia gate. Sheffield's at the Palace
Barbecue cooking teams from League (ACBL) Grand Life Island Blues Festival is set for will host an after-party starting
across the country will com- Master, will conduct a two-day Sept. 13 and 14 in downtown at 9:30 p.m. Visit www.ameli-
pete for cash, prizes and seminar for both intermediate Femandina Beach, with music aislandbluesfestival.com for
bragging rights. The event is and advanced bridge players that showcases blues in a details and tickets.
held at Main.Beach. Visit at the Champions Club at family friendly atmosphere,
www.gstailgatecookoff.com Julington Creek, 1111 Durbin while assisting local charities Wile Fest
for more information. Creek Blvd. in Jacksonville, and school music programs. Tickets are now on sale for
]ach non Sept. 11 and 12.- The fesJval kicks off with a the second annual Amelia
The fee is $225 and includ- free Sounds oh Centre Con- Island Wine Festival, hosted
Stay 'NCountry Ranch, es four sessions of lessons, certifrom 6-8 p.m. Friday fea- by the Amelia Farmers Mar-.
96125 Blackrock Road, Yulee, daily lunches, Bergeh's notes during Albert Castiglia and the ket. 'Taste the Southern


Hemisphere" will showcase
wines from Argentina, Chile,
Australia, New Zealand and
South Africa on Oct. 12 from
11 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Shops of
Omni Amelia Island Planta-
tion. Wine ticket holders ($50
Sin advance/$S60 at the gate)
will be able to sample dozens
of wines from over 20 winer-
ies and sample food by local
restaurants.
The Wine Walk is open to
everyone to shop for wine and
artisan-crafted treasures.
Guests must be 21 to pur-
chase or consume alcohol,
I.D. required, and wine and
food sampling are available
only with a ticket. To purchase
tickets visit www.ameliawine. .
comor call 491-4872.


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SUnit 123C- Day
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units will be sol'
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end of each a
2t 08-07-14-201
1661

NOTICE OF PU
CITY COt
CITY OF FERNA
NOTICE IS
that a Pubic Hi
uled for Tuesc
2013 at 600 I
Commission C
Ash Street Fern
Florida to cons
Ing Ordinance
ORDINA-
AN ORDIN


riby given to the CITY COMMISSION OFTHE CITY INCLUDESTHETESTIMONYAND
persons at the lasi OF, FERNANDINA, BEACH EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE
address ot AMENDING CHAPTER 62 PER- APPEAL ISTO BE BASED:
SONNEL ARTICLE III, GENERAL Copies of the application
IParkeBlvd EMPLOYEES' PENSION PLAN, may be Inspected In the office
each, FL 32034. OF THE CODE OF ORDI- of the City Clerk. City HalL-204
ncere NAN(CES OF THE CITY OF FER- Ash Street, between the hours
ir Ro NANDINA BEACH. AMENDING of 8:00AM 5:00 PM. Monday
2046 . 'SECTION 62-71. DEFINITIONS; t hrough.Friday., For Informa-
,or, "k -"- A.r.IEtjCirrS, *ECilCr.i 62-74; ri.nor, t,-eapRci:.aton. piDes-
rjocl' Ro FII.j4IrJCE'; "hjD L'rI0'. MAN- cor-.raclti th-e .ti 1 of the City
'046 .' AGEMENT; AMENDINTG SEC- CleiK sOrficea 1-'77-7306
Ws, ".. -TION 62-84; MAXIMUM PEN-. lIt 08-07-2013 -
,oc.a ", <. 9 : SION; PROVIDING FOR 1664. -..
9; CODlihC.,:tl. P',VIDiNG -- C ., -----.- .. .'.
cwin. iO SE .eERBIurii-,,F PROVI-. INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOFTHE
Trl '.' SIONS; REPEAULING ALL ORDI- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
097 1 41rlCE'. inT CC'FLICI HERE- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN ..
.1 '" WIIH AMD PR,:'.lDirt.; ,1: AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY
i Biva -;, EFFECTIVE DATE. CIVIL DIVISION '
32011 ir"a.. l o',eeleoa Dorlieni may CASE NO
ja 1, Ope, -:1 01 co ta.o n&,'in3 o1-a 45-2012-CA-000388
'--: a' ..,,O 0.3:l t hE a.3.'iaoiin. THE B5Nrk OF riEW',OIKI MEL.
teach, FL- 32034 r, 0t 1'.,n .3'*cii.r, ,,hi.:r, mao LOI'I FKA, ihE BANKr OF rNEWV
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IY COURT. IN THE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING LOiJ I ISLAND BLJFF J.B-
CIAL CIRCUIT. CITY COMMISSION D1,.'0-IOI ",CiODPIrIG.TO
I AND CITV OF FERNANDINA BEACH THE PLAT THEREOF RECOPID-
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ir.c am. Dc.r.ala 31: re oi alto ian 3nrir. .-3n7 6 ccormnriodation In'order to
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p r., ,i 4'ere. Any p.er,. you, to the proiAslon of certain
u'-td SR./ocu- ,Allh "di':,.3bllific-, lofsjiig OfI.mn rce 1 c-',-- Coril.3Cr Iti,
or oi:"up accnr''rT:o.3lar: i, OaO, oct, A: Cooi'or,3or 't o crin.
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'FL IjI.3;--3 i*eoue:i uch accorrnmoaoa. oeci 1 tnircriau0eo appe3061
,on'September Ir.:., oncelsle:ssthora 7ao,* ifyoou
0 A.M., or as soon IF ll, PE','t.Or.I DECIDES ro .,eh-.-aiir.rgot ,.oice impair,
possible. I wlll: t-PPE.L AI DECiciC. MADE coll711.' '. .
oall of the said BY THE.BOARD/COMMISSION 2t 08-07-14-2013 .
lose Electric, Inc. 'WITH RESPECT TOANY MATTER 1665 .
E.Walker's right,. CONSIDERED'AT SUCH HEAR- .- .-- '
est In the afore- ING. S/HE WILL' NEED TO;. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
propertyat pub- ENSURE TIAT A VERBATIM FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
nd will sell the .RECORD OF THE PROCEED- '. IN AND FOR NASSAU
to taxes, di prior INGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD .. COUNTY. FLORIDA
ancesand'Juag- INCLUDESTHETESTIMONYAND CASE NO
to the highest. EVIDENCE UPON 'WHICH -THE 4S-2013-CA-000053
cer for ;ASH IN : APPEAL ISTO BE BASED. ., MIDFIRST BANK
TIFIED CASHIER'S Copies of tr.in appliccaior Plaintiff,
oda sales tax if may be Inspected In the office V. '
The moneys of the City Clerk City Hall, 204 TONI LYNN BROEKEMA A/K/A.
ugh the levy on Ash Street, between the hours TONI L. BROEKEMA A/K/A
Id asprescribe d of8:00AM-5:00,PM, Monday TONILANDERSON, ETAL
.27. The vehicle through Friday. For informo- Defendants.,
ved at Glenrn's tionontheapplication, please 'NOTICEOFACTION
Shop. 552026 US contact the Staff of the City, TO: MICHAEL EDWARD)
RForida 904-845- Clerk's Office at 277-7305. ANDERSON A/K/A MICHAEL E.
dance with the It 08-07-2013 ANDERSON; and all unknown "
I D(sablItcesAct, 1663 parties claiming by, through,
ding a-speclal --...... under or against the above
tMon to particl- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 'named Defendant, who Is not
roceeding shall CITY COMMISSION known to be dead or :live.
individual or CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH whether sold unknown parties
Ing notice not NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN claim as' heirs, devises.
en (7) days prior thatoq Public Hearing is sched- grantees, assignees, lienors.,
ceding at the uled for Tuesday. Adgust 20. creditors, trustees, spouses: or
in on notice. 2013 at 6:00 PM in the City otherclaimants
1-225-0331. Commission Chambers, 204 Current Residence
Sheriff of Ash Street Fernandina Beach, Unknown, but whose lost
y. Florida Florida to consider the follow- known address was: .
.28-2013 I- ng Ordinances: 22303 CREWS RD., HILUARD.
ORDINANCE 2013-20 FL 32046
... O AN ORDINANCE OF THE 2784 SCOTT CIR. JACK-
IBUC AUCTION CITY COMMISSION OFTHE CITY SONViLLE, FL 32223
Storage PUBLIC OF FERNANDINA BEACH, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
e on Auigust 29, FLORIDA SUBMITTING TO THE action to foreclose a mort-
AM location CITY ELECTORS A PROPOSED gage on the following prop-
)Ydlee FL 32097 AMENDMENT TO THE CHARTER erly in Nassau County Florida
abeth Monroe; WHICH REPEALS SECTION 107A to-wit:
ylon Richo, Unit REGARDING LIMITATIONS ON A PARCEL OF LAND SITUAT-
rurbevillie; Unit COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT ED IN THE NORTHWEST T14 jOF
heldey AREAS; PROVIDING FOR A REF- THE NORTHWEST I/4 OF SEC-
are ael-nquent ERENDUM ELECTION; PROVID- TION 15, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH.
"cer FL Statutes ING FOR SEVERABIUTY. AND RANGE 23 EAST. NASSAU
onfent of their PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE COUNTY FLORIDA. SAID PAR-
aat public sole DATE. CEL BEING MORE PARTICU-
Jyer's oremrum. Interesteo parties may LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
units contain appear at said hearng and LOWS"
oas unless oth- De heard as to the aodsabli- COMMENCE ATTHE NORTH-
AlJ Vehicles are ty of any actor' which may WEST CORNER OF SAID SEC-
SONLYTermsof be considered. Any reasons TION 1.5 AND RUN'N 89
H ONLY at the with dcsabilhties .requiing DEGREES42' 10*EALONGTHE
auction. accommodations in o0.er to NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION
3 oart~c~pate In ths program or 15, A-DISTANCE OF 1316.42
activity should contact 277- FEET TO THE NORTHEAST COR-
.. 7305. or TTY/TDD 711 (for the NER OF SAID NW 1/4. THENCE
BBUC HEARING hearing or speech Impaared) RUN S 00 DEGREES 01' E,
EMISSION at least 24 hours advance to ALONG THE EAST 'NE OF SAID
iNDINA BEACH request such accommoda- NW 1/4 OF THE NW 1/4. A D1S-
HEREBY GIVEN tion. TANCE OF 15.60 FEET TO THE
hearing is sched- IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
iay. Augtgst 20. APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE CONTINUE S 00. DEGREES 01"
'M In the City BY THE.'BOARD/COMMISSION E. ALONG SAID EAST UNE, .
:hambers, 204 WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER 167.95 FEET; THENCE RUN S 63 1
andina Beach, CONSIDERED AT SUCH HEAR-. DEGREES 15'30-W,474.94 FEET
.ider the follow- ING, S/HE WILL NEED TO TOTHEEASTERLYCIGHTOFWAY
s: ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM UNE OF CREWS ROAD; THENCE
:E2013-18 RECORD OF THE PROCEED- RUN N 25 DEGREES T8' 30*W,
NANCE OF THE INGSIS MADE.WHICH RECORD ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT


OF WAY ULINE. 150,15 FEET;
THENCE RUN N63 DEGREES 15'
30 E. 546:40 FEETTOTHEPOINT
OF BEGINNING. -
ALSO KNOWNASTRACT1O.
EDDINGTON SUBDIVISION
(UNRECORDEp). '.-
; .TOETHER WITH THAT CER-'
TAIN 2006 CAVALIER DOU-
BLEWIDE MANUFACTURED
HOME' SERIAL NUMBERS
BL06GA0213210A AND
BL06GA0213210B ..
I"o D eeri'l flea against you
anora. you oe leCJuitea to serve
O copy o0 you wr Vier, aefens-
r. t4 any. lo It on DOIjGLAS C
ZAHM PA Piairniff's atiorner-
whose aoad'ess i 12425 28tn
S tIrea NrorTh iulle 200 Si
SPeleitsouig FL 33716, on or
oelore Septemper 13 2013 or
withir, trilrrt (30i aay', aler the
ftrh puicationr of lIst Noiceot
Actior, ana 'iie tne original,
..iTth, hCA Clerk of rhis.Courl at
7614; V'.tegor, WaV. Vulee. FL
3209?7 eitner oeloreservrce olt
Ploainif's atornrey or Immeal.
aleily there e.ofrtc. ot ,e-n is ,o
aefourt vll le erTerea against-
you for the icieet ocamanaea in
Inr comploinl peliTion
WiiIrES rr.y ra-a oran
eo] of ,e. Courl onr this 23ra
day o0 July 2013
JonnA. Crawiora
CI-rk o s-.c, Circuit Court
By // Mega' a Sa'awyer
DePuTy Clerk
AfIERICANiS WITH DISABILI-
iES ACI (ADA) NOTICE irNDr-JD-
ViDLrALS WITH DISABILITIES
NEEDING- A REASObIABLE
ACCOMMODATION [0 PAR-
TICIPAtiE It HI'S PROCEEDING
HOLDD COI'TACI ITHE COuRI
ADMI'JiiAtORS OFFICE AS
Z- O JAS POSSIBLE TELEPHONE
(.0D) 630 2664 C,? IF HEAR.
irIG IMPAIRED. 1.800-955
87-1(TTD), O'R 1-800-956-8?8770
(v) '1iA FLORIDA RELA' SER-
'/VICE
't 08-07.1J-2013
I .T6

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO- 2013-CP-70
DIVISION- B
ir.' PE ESTIArE C-F JACK TANI1S
Il,'l'a C iI'lL .iCK IAN:, II
-' P it' r J zO C1 tt:.1 I 1

Thi 'e aTinsinaTriar of iIe
E.lafe ot JACk' TANII- a/lo
C'. IIL'J,"CK TANIS 11 aeceo3s-
ed File No 2013-CP-70. w-iho
arcla or, F-Eoruarn, 26. 2013 is
per-oaing In, trne Circuir Court
lor IJ lo-j Count, Fiorlaa
Prooae Drvision tnc aaaress
o 'which i I N-a sau Counh,
Courthouse 7,5347 velerarr
Way ','rulee. Florlia 32097.
Ail creiartors of the aece-
daeni ana othe r pers..n-r navirg
-clair.T. or aemarons agoain'I
Oec.cemrI E elsrle. inducing
unmair'aurc-a conlirigernt or
ijnrIuicruaar1'..-3.-aims on w'hom
a :opy or his norc icsi s'.ei.ea
ru t nle 1ilelr claims with ,thiis
Court WITHIN IHE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER IHE DATE OF
IHE FIR';i PUBLIC RTICi I OF IHIS
r i.rlC E Or 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DAIE OF SERvICE OF A COPF
OF THIS rJOriCE ON IHEM
"' '.All oher creaitor o0 t-e
oacear;l oana ol6r Ie, rons
having clairr.m o aerrianas
.-gomait aeceoerI s. estate
InciJjoirg ijnTn,'3tureo cornTirn-
ger,1 or urliuiatea claoirms.,
rruf tile irreir claims with this
Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
itHE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF -IIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Tre date of first publication of
thi notice is August 7. 2013.
JeanC.Coker
6622 SouThpoinrt Drive South
Suile 160
Jacksobnville, Florida 32216
Personal Representative
Jean C Coker
Florida Bar No. 126623
Email: "
IccJccparcoellsouth net
Jean C CoRker RA
6622 Southpoint Drive South,
Suite 160
Jacksorille, FlorIda 32216
Telephone: 904) 296-1.100
Attorney for Personal .
Representative'
2t 08-07-14-2013
1667 :

IN THE CIRdUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE,DIVISION
FILE NO.: 13-CP-169
DIVISION: A
IN RE ESTATE OF PETER M.
B ALBONI :
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of PETER M. BALBON,.
deceased. File Npmber 13-CP-
169. Is.pending in the Circuit
CoUrt for Nassau County.
Florida, Probate Division, the .-'
address of w-hlch Is Nassau
County Courthouse. 76347
Veterans'Way.iSulte 456,Yulee.
Florida 32097. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal
representative's, attorney are
sefforth below.
ALL CREDITORS ARE NOTI-
FIED THAT:
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons havog
claims or demands agaInst
decedents estate on whom a
copy of tIs notice Is sewed
must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
IHREEMONTISAFERTHE DATE
OF RRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
[HEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons hay-
ag clams or derncds against
the decedent's estate must
Bte their cldais with this Court
MTHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF FIRST PUBUCA-
fION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV-
ER BARRED.
The date of first Publication of
tIs Notice Is August 7th, 2013.


Attorney for Personal
Representative:
KATHRYN KNEE. Esquire
brlda Bar No.: 849571
KATHRYN KNEE. PA.
1027 Southh 8Street
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
(904)491-1781 ,
Personrd Representative:
PHILUPBALBONI1
629 Leisure
Venice; Florida 43285
2f 08-07-14-2013 ,
.16680 .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOURTH,JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
'AND FOR"
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO.-
45-2013-CA-000148 ,
PHH MORTGAGE CORPORA-
S.ION. ,' .
Plalntiff," .
vs. :. "
ESTATE OF SARA S ROBERTSON
DECEASED. UNKNOWN HEIRS.
DEVISE ES, GRANTEES. ASSIGN-
SEES CREDITORS. ULIENORS.
TRUSTEES OF SARA S ROBERT-
SSON DECEASED, 'AMES'J
'STEWART; .JOHN ELLIOT STEW-
ART JR.; MORGAN STANLEY
CREDIT CORPORAHlON
CEDAR HAVEN HOrIIEOWIER-
ASSOCIATION INC..
UNKNOWN' TENAfNT(S) IN POS-
SSESSIC i xI ara 1t2 ei oi
Dele.ndnt(s)
NOTiCE OF AC ItOI
TO ESTATE OF SARAS ROBERT.
SON DECEASED
(LOst Known Aaaress)
2720 LAKE DRIVE
HILIJARD FL 32046
ULINKrNOWN HEIRS DEvISEES
GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES CREDIT
TORS. LIENORS TRUSTEES OF
'Sara S. Raoer'rson. Dece-ora
(Lost Known Aaoaess)
2720 LAKE DRIVE
HILLARD. FL 32046
(Currert Reraer,.6e
Lirnkno'wr) it living ana ALL
OTHER UNKIIOWN PARilES
including i 11 .3 na rriea,
Deroeraonrt is deceas-ia ce
pesonr' reReirer,;-natie; scr.
survivring i;ou.e. hei,' .
aevsees granlees creatlor,
gna aDll poies clalrriing aor,
inlre.dl po Iniougr, umotr or
agansi thi.at DeleroarI. arna
all clariTanh oersorts or par-
ties ,. natural or corporate. Or
-,r.K.'&'c exact leig-a1 Cltati' 1r1
'-kr.04iO 1 ciaminrrri a u ..1r a
ol' tr l cD "I"l' dr. U 'ri f i" i
aercrpaOa Dferaoonis
YOU ARE rIOTIFIED Inat or,
acloOn ror Foreclosur. ol
Mortgage or, Irne following
prohert/ I
LOT 12 COF CEDAR HAVEN
UNIT OfiE ACCORDING TO dHE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAI BOOK 6. PAGE 242. CF
THE PlJBUC RECORDS COF hflAS-
SAUL COUNT, FLORIDA
A/K/A 2720 LAKE DRIvE
HILULIARD FL 32046
A/K/A J.095S R JONES
ROAD CALLAHAN FL 32011
rIor been filea agoainrvt you
Saria you are required 10 to sre
a copy of our written aeien.-
es, if on TO it, on brian L
Rosder. EsauLre, POPKN & R(Y,3-
ALEP. uA. 1701 West Hisooro
BoLe..ara Suite 400 Dee, fielTo
Beach FL33442 Attorney Tor
Ploainrtiff, whose on ot peiore
Sepenoer 6, 2013 a aate
wr,.:h is lnir, Ituiri-. (30, Cays
after PLjlicaTion ot thI Noirce
inr, tre FernanaIra Beach
News-Leaaer .-1. file the orig-
inal wi-, mMe Clerkof Ir.i, Co.,j
either before service on
Plaintiff's atorney'or imnrea..
ately thereafter, o.herwise o
aetault will a enrerea agoarinsi
'ou for the relief oemarnaea in,
the compclant
INDIVIDUALS WITH D1SABILJ-
TIES NEEDING A REASONABLE
ACCOMMODATION TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
SHOULD CONTACT COURT
ACCOMMODATION TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
SHOULD 'CONTACT COURT
ADMINISTRATION,NOT LATER
THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR
TO THE 'PROCEEDING AT 191:.
NASSAU, PLACE. YULEE FL ,-
32097,; ,:(904-321-5700). IF -
NOTICE TO THE INDIVIDUAL OF
A DEPOSITION,:COURT DATE,
SUBPOENA, ETC., IS LESS THAN
SEVEN (7) DAYS.THENTHE INDI-
VIDUAL. SHOULD CONTACT
COURT ADMINISTRATION AS
SOON AS' POSSIBLE AFTER.
RECEIVMNGTHAT-NOTICETELE-
PHONE. 904-321-5700; OR IF
HEARING IMPAIRED
WITNESS my hand and the
sealofthis 29 day of July. 2013.
JOHNA.CRAWFORD
As Cerkof the Court.
Byis/IMegan Sawyer
As DeputyClerkc
2t 08-07-14-2013
1669

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT
INAND FOR NASSAU .
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2012 CA
000946AXYX
21ST MORTGAGE CORPORA-
TION, a Delaware corporation
-authorized to transact busi-
ness In Florida
Plaintiff.
vs.
PRESTONI DESSELBERGER. JR.
and THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OFPRES1ONiT.DESSEBERGER
JR.
Defendant,
CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that. I
accordance wilhthe Plantlrs
Rnal Judgment of Foreclosure
entered on In the above-
styled cause. I wg sel to the
Jhltest and best bidder for
cash on August.29, 2013 at
11:30 am (EST), at NASSAU
County Courthouse:
Lot 7. Block 8. SHEFELDVIL-
LAGE. according to the olat
thereof, as recorded In Plat
BookS. Page(s) 28 and 29. of
the Purlric Records of Nassau
.County, Florida,
TOGETHER WITHIhat certcan
- 2009 Nobilty Ingwood 52' x
28' double wide manufac-
tured home with
Identof-cationSeial Numbers
N813644A and N813644B
Property Address: 54126
JEANNE ROAD. CAILAHAN; FL


32011 ..
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 PENDEND
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER-THE SALE: "
Dateid!July 292013; .,I
JOHN A. CRAWFORD. CLERK
NASSAU COUNTY CIRCUIT
COURT
By: /s/Amanda Steam
Deputy Clerk "" -
AMERICANS WITH. '-
..DISABILITIES ACT,
If you are a person with a
arOaoilitfy who necos- any
accOrrioo-atior, in oroer to
participate I, 'his p oceeaing
you are enlteoa at ro cost to
'"you to the propi.or, of ce.r-
lair, as.isarce Pleao, cor,.
l.ltct Ine ADA Coorai.3ior at
crintrp@coj.net Or (904) 630-
: -2564,.ate6st7 'days before
y'. "'OS ichcaul-a court appeal,
once or immeaolateil, upon
receelong tinds noticationr, If t t'
lime pelorc th- 3scheaoLeoa
aopearoae is les maror 7
aaOO's i1 you arte rrinr.g or
voice irr'palicO c.ai 711
CERTIFICATE OF SERViCE
IHEREBe CERTIP,' rr,.3tatrue
ama coirec o CODy 0of Irf lore-
goirng has seer. luinrilea 0,a
IUJnile Slate., v.lail Irl,: 29 aa',
1 July 2013 ro
PRE-STON I DESSELBER.3ER JR
A126 JEAiNNIE ROAD
CALLAHAN FL 3201 i
SCOr-A K DIWS ESQ
QUINTIARI,. PRIETO
WOCO & BOtER. PA
215S frfOIIEOE STREEl T"E 600
TALLAHAS9EE FL 32301
// Armarinaa Ste-arn
DEPUri CLERK
2i 0&07-14.2013 .-
1670 ."

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
PEPSO, IA. PROPEr, r,' Cr-I.
SliiriIIG OF MiSCELLAhjEOGi.'
ITEM WILL BE SOLCD K-R C ASH
.AI PUBLIC SALE ,Ol Friday
Saugust 16 2013' l 1000am ,31t
ire aOaores i ,elOw i1 sainity
'owner' lier, aue in accor.
.anc,6 with floriOa sl.3ilu'
e'8a01 -6 83f?9
Eli haJ Ct-hOi (lrlai-E,
A Americar La, aiOpir",g)
L-ii ar.169
turn-am, C ia 5'.
inrIsa i106/i'-.. - --. .
,' "l:]177i COA ST.1,'-,.-Iri I
& STORAGE CO TjP'lj/
.128 CE:Sf IA L4riE
FERNAIIDrINA.BEACH FL 3i20!4
PC BO:X 60562
FERI'JAJ'DIrI'JA BEA-,H FL
320 35-60p
WE RESERvE tHE 'tIGHT TO
PEFUSE ANr'!/ .ND .ALL BIDS
2'07-3. 2013 &08-07-2013
1 o49

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2013-CA-68
.PTMORGAN ,-HA':E BerrI:
NATIONAL A iSCClATIOr,
Pl.ain titl
Pi.3jinriff
ZULLY t.,.AR<.; li.IA ',ERC-EL
.A/K/A ZILL' M VER'EL A/KjA
:ULLY VERGEL HERCON ILEt
OWItERS A'SS>CIATI,':,l INC.
LU IKrjON wrTErJiIT ir.I P,':.
SESSION OF ThE SLUjKECI PROP.
ERTY.
Dee-froaor.
IiOTICE OF ,'-'" "
..FORECLOSURE:SALE'
NOTICE IS -'EREBS GI\,Et
aur'.uani io Frinol JuOgf',rlt 0i
:otecIosure aatea s-e 26 oay ,
o0 Jul) 20T 3 ana erlereoa in
Case rIo. 2013-CA-68 ol tt-c
"'Circuit Court. o rer 4TH
JuOICial Ch'cuit ir, ara ror
SNassau C6unty, Florida, where-
In. JPMORGAN CHASE BANK.'
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION ar,' ,
tie Piairliftl ana ZuLL' .LIAR- '
GARITA VERGEL AJK/A ZULL,
M VERGEL A/K/A ZULLY
VERGEL HERON ISLES OWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION, INC. and
UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN POS-
SESSION OFTHE SUBJECT PROP-
.ERITy.are defendants.The Clerk
of-thls Court shall sell to the
-ilghest and best bidder for
cash at the. AT THE. MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
JUDICIAL ANNEX, 76347 VET-
ERANI WAY, YULEE,.FL 32097,
I11:30 AM :on the 29 day of
August 2013'see t-e follow-
ng adscrl ea property as sel
forth In sald Final Judgment,
to wit: '
LOT 21, HERON ISLES PHASE
ONE. ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 7. PAGE 40 46; OF
THE PUBLIC-RECORDS OF NAS-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA..
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS OFTHE
SALE. IF ANY. OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE.
DATE OF US PENDENS MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER
THE SALE.
If you are a person with a"
disabltlfy' who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate In this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to
'uLL to the provision of certain
assistance please.contact the
ADA CoordIlnater'-at crtln-
trp~coJ.net or (904) 630-2564
at least 7 days before your
scheduled court appearance,
or immediately upon receiv-
Ing this notifications If the time
before the schediied appear-
ance'Is lessthan 7 days; if you
are hearing or voice Impadred,
cal 711.
Dated Itris29 day of July, 2013.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD -
Clerk of The Circuit Court ,
By. /s/ Amanda Steam
Deputy Clerk
SubmItted by:
Choice Legal Group, RA.
1800 NW 49th Street. Suite 120
Fort Lauderdate, Florida 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438
DESIGNATED PRIMARY E-MAIL
FOR SERVICE PURSUANT TO'
FLA. R.JUD.ADMIN 2.516
eservlcecdegdlgroup.com
2t 08-07-14-2013
1671


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE ,
Notice is herebfglven that
onr) 9/3/13 at10:OOA.M- or
thereafter. at; CjbeSmdrt
#323,1678 S.1th St.j in thecity
of Fernandina Beach, state of
FlorIda. The undersigned.
CubeSmart #0323 will sell at
Public Sate by competitive bid,
ding, the personal property
heretofore stored with the.
undersigned by:
.Space # F52 ..
-Emma Virginia Grant '
.Space'#J26-27 .
Zayza Grant
Space i# H14,
Helen Melanle Oliphant
Space t#M3.1 ..
CarrieEGUll *'
SSoace E E16-E 12 ,
SRicharo E.Brock
Space,#A2.' -- -- . .
m ricnaiel P iFay
Spoce.# A4 -
ShanIta NadilraWillliams
apce5 HI1-2-3 .
Lucy Matt-,ews
Space F F17 -
Patricia A Baker' ''.'
All items.in storage contain,
-,o.el-oioa item": ur, olh-r-
we rrimenliono.
21 06-0?-14.20i3
1572

S LEGAL NOTICE
S We will 'sail or 'lrierwi'.:e Oai. -
'-,se or t-,e conlrnerts of Ire
follo..irg units f, t aiif', ih .
SaellinQjunt storage. lir. ploceo
-tn accocia'3rc& jl- irtnt e alate
o Rori.aa Saltue 83 806
1012 Snaia Lyrn Svoooao
General Hou-ihola Gooa'
1129 L3.:v3sr, a Lvnrn Coone,
Gene,'ol Hou.,r.oilao Gooa ,
S1S3 rfor.aoa LjuciIle FoJAs
General Hous.-hola Goom',
Sale mill -c *:oriaicisa .-v
lA I tA ,o--W.a,' ,Toiage.
463915 STaole Roa 20)I /J.i. .
Florida 32Q97 a 1000 on or'
August 23 2013 Open door
sale ca3sn r,,'I A cleaning
: aeoc.rt will i takrer, (904) 225-
1040 I1hi ae6 is oPenr,. f- iche
pusinc
2t CiF0"-,0.14.2013
-. 16'73

IN IHE CIRCUIT COURI IN
AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
S, FILE NUMBER
fj 2OT?0l3CP-0OPqI83Z._-j
SDMIITS A ,
INl RE ESTATE OF tICH.A'EL'P
GORMAN ,
Dec-aiea
NOTICETQ' CREDITORS,..
Ir.e aarr,?mlni-latror, 01 I-.
-rotate -:, MICHAEL P C,'Tf-
M4IAI uaeceoa,: < whose 0-ale
or ic3,r, was Jurne 30, 2013 r
.pra-og r.- rhe Circuitr Coul
Ior [l,3"Ou Cojrr/ FlIolJa
ProOss1e Di,.,iion n rei, ao,3,e,':s
of wncn i. 76347 '.clero, s "
Way ',ul-e Flic.rliaa 2097 Trie
norri-'an.'3rci aa eie' 01 the
p,'ion.ai ,pre'Cntenti..,e ana
I-c per.sort.3l reple-Bv.nI31-3.e's
aloh re1 1r set1 forth oe-low
It you r..ae acer :c.e'a
wit. a : OCpy of r.i; r, notice on. -
'yvO'j have any claims 1O
aen.aro .against acceoertisI
vtIioli, cee- n i iriol clOiri, is
urinmaijrrca cc.ringent o
uriiQUiaotea3 ou mu't file you,
clalm rr. with lhe could Oil or,
BEFORE THE LATER OF A EATE
THAT 1. 3 1MOI0HH AFTEr IHE
FIRST PUBLICAiIOt OF THIS
N NOTICE Or<30DA',S.AFrTEr-,OU
RECEl.,E A C''P, OF THiS
NOTICE.
: .All other credltors.ofthe
dece.6erit ama other persorns
who l ,e .:lalrrr or aeraot
agaihst aeceorni s e-tate.
lrcluOlng u,',TrOturea C ctnIn.
genr or uniiOluiaClea da0n' r
ITrujt file Th-eir ciairms, witr1 I .' r
coun ON OR BEFORE THE DATE
THAT IS 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS "
NOTICE '
ALL CLAMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
-NOTWfITHSTANDiNG THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWQ (2) YEARS.
OR-MORE AFTER THE. DECE-
'DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS r
BARRED.
SThe date of the first publi-
cation of thls .nD6tice Is August.
7th,2013. :.
Antorney for Personal
Representative
ANNE BUZBY-WALT, ESQ.
Florida Bar No.515728-.
Fisher, Tousey Lease & Ball
501 Riverside Avenue, Suite 600
Jaclksonville, Florida 32202 a
(904) 356-2600
Email: abwfiflshertousey.com
Personal Representative:
MARY WALSH. GORMAN
2331a IstAvenue
Fernandina Beach S
Florida 32034I
21t 08-07-14-2013T
1674

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY c
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION"'-
CASE NO. 13CA000182AXYX
FLAGSTAR BANK, FSB,.
Plaintiff, 4 "
VS.
JAMEST.ACKERMAN, JR et d..
Defendants)
NOTICE OF ACTION-
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE .
TO: MICHAEL A. BAKER. SR
whose residence Is unknown If
he/she/they be living; and If
he/she/they be dead, the
unknown defendants who .
may be spouses, heirs,
devlsees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees, and
dl parties claiming an Interest
by, through, under or against
the Defendants, who are not
known to be dead or alive.,
and dl parties having or dlaim-
Ing to have any right, title or
Interest In the property
described !n the mortgage
being foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED "
that an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following
property.
ALL THAT CERTAIN PARCEL
OF LAND IN, SECTION 28,
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH. RANGE 25


EAST NASSAU COUNTY FLORID
DA. BBEING'PARTLY IN LOT 10
AND PARTLY IN LOT 27 OF EAST
.,CALLAHAN SUBDIVISION, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1.
FAGES2AND35 OFTHEPLUBIUC
RECORD OF-NASSAUCOUN-
"TY. FLORIDA AND BI.G FUR-
THER DESCRIBED BY METES
AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS:
BEGINNING ATTHI SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 28
AND GO NORTH 00.DEGREES
57' 00'WESTALONGTHE EAST-
ERLY LINE OF SECTION 28 FOR
1315,00 FEET TO SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF LOT 9 OF SAID
EAST CALLAHAN SUBDIVISION;
THENCE' GO SOUTH. 89
DEGREES 03' ',WEST ALONG '
IHE SOUTH ULNE OF LOTS,9AND0
10 FPR 9725.0 FEET TO IHE '.
SOUTHWEST COrErt OF LCI .
10 FOR 101281 FEET FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE
LAND HEREIN' CONVEYED;
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 00
DEGREES 57 00I WESI ALONG
THE WES] LINE OF LOT 10 AND .
LOi 27 OF EAST C4LLAHAN '
SUBDIVISION FOR'482.02.FEET
TOTHE SOUIH UNE OF BISMARK
ROAD (WHICH HAS A 47 FOOT.
RIGIHT-OF-WAY); THENCE, GO
WORTH 86 DEGREES.00' 49"
EAST'ALONG THE SOUTH UNE
OF BISMARK ROAD 163.63 FEET;-
THENCE -GO SOUTH 00"
DEGREES 57' b0" EAST FOR
49069 FEET; THENCE GO
SO,.ITH 89'DEGREES 03' 00'
WEST FQOR 163.40 FEET TO THE
POlIt IT OF EEGINI jil iG
ho'a s.erf Idea agailril yOu
Od ,ou airE i..Iuire d ,ir'.'e
0 Cao *I f,aur writ ,-i :
detere ifra loIr r c Jri.:c l .rj
for PlaOirtilf "h' oe a,: r, '
6.100 Coar,&r.;. .Aenu Su iteS
100 bc,'c r.tor, Florio :3t' "
r o r O ef,:.r-si '.lcterroer ,0
2013 1(30 aays from C-'ie f '
FlrstPubilcation.oftls;Notice)
3r,Jh fili ih-e mrrrl i f.1&", Ir~e
Clef thIs court eC r ite r r-. hr '
o'r,,ce .riP.airdliot a lore, .i ..
liTrneiaeo ry tlr6o,..3h r, c.r
6ro.l;.a a OrlOull will -,. ,'
rl.ire I adao .1i' ,.u for thI .
relet rrorcae 3 ir, Ithe .:orr.
loirnt 0o peitlo.:rl mi.- hereir,
%Vrt1JES I'rS r ..3ra aro c. t in
.!eal OI Ihi' Court 0o Cout,
Rc.ri.3a a .It 30 o o,. 1 Jljly 2013
Johrn A Crofoia
Ci. r-K .-F CIr;CU.IT ,C'.,.,rT 1 7'
Bi hi T.fea,'. '',.i.i ,L '
DEP,.,re CIiE- I '
RC'BERiH-n, ."-'JCHlHl'T7 &
SCHIIEIEPL

W00 COT','RE A,. EUjEE
SLIIE 100
8 :4 r .4Ti,: I L ,5363", ,,
21 08.0;-.1i.2011.
.1.5 5 ".. ..S /.


PUBLIC NOTICE
rIITCE 1 HERE, ClI,.ElI ',
that a loi,-, S. ciaOl Meetr p
'ol ine Booro 01 Court',
C ,T) rf'i srl i r -ir i a ri T-, .' ,
Oceon H.gnwao,-and'Port ". '
Autroir'rI ., *Il crjnr .ueuClC-3
or, M.ona/ Auqu l 12 2012 '
S S 00D p.m i,' irri Corni,"T .I.r "
C-r,.3rOGr' lOcai-d at Ir"..
.irjme6S Page Go.errrrer,vail
Complex 0t 96135I, N'1"'au
Pl.: e ,'uie. Roniaa Treme.6',.e
ir,3 ogera.31 0 O *V De ,aO '
W'.v, r,,3ssouCOurtyfl COa' 01Or
%'w.v porioterncirrianair. ora
Tre ouri.I: ..r inivea 10 Oac
,,..,O, 0ono Ie 8har.a II a '
per' or, .36Oiae, 10o aODposl on
0CI:I",I' ma.3c 0othe Daoal '
.1-1. c- r rt ;- rli.;',.rv .rlin,
Se' pec1 l an O,*,,' I3TiT1` r c rc-n 1.3
-'acrt ij.:h', 'ree rg crihel. '
irg he/t'hre will neea .3 i,'cori '
or il'- proceedings ana 'trao
for Such OurpoGe ImaO rGO
lo ensure thai a eeoaliT,.
recorad'of the'proceedlng Is
m a d e '. . .- .
Individuals with. disabilities
needing' a reasonable
accommodation.In order to
participate In the program or
activity should contact the
office of the Ex-Officlb Clerk at
(9o548-46600 or,' itho hearing
Impaired, RFo[da Relay Service'
at 1-800-955-8770() or 1-800-
955-8771 (TDD) at least seven-
ty two hours in advance to
request such accommoda- '
tion.
ATTEST:
JOHN A. CRWVFORD
EX-OFFICIO CLERK
DANIEL B. LEEPEi, CHAIRMAN
BOARD OF COUNTY '
COMMISSIONERS.
NASSAU COUNTY.FLORIDA'
BRIAN REAVES, CHAIRMAN
OCEAN HIGHWAY
& POCRT AUTHORtITY
-1 f08-07-2013 .
1676. .

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
The Sduth Amelia Island
Shore StabilizationAssocldlion.
Inc. will hold a Board of
Trustees Meeting an
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
at 3:00 p.m. In the Osprey
Room, Racquet Park Amelia
Island Plantation,. Amelia
Island, FlRorida. Persons with dis-
abilities requiring accommo-
dations in orderto 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 & 08-07-2013
1639

NOTiCE OF PUBLIC SALE
AlA Towing, LLC gives
notice of foreclosure of lien
and Intent to sell vehicles pur-
suant to subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes, on
08/22/2013, at 10:00 am. At
86196 Overstreet Ln.,Yulee. FL
A1A Towing, LLC reserves the
right to accept or reject any
and all bids.
1999 IRDO Trailer #3143
1990 SETR BusVIN#
WKK138JA1 L1030195 ,
1996 Toyota VIN#
JT3HN86R5T0008578
1981 SPCN Serial#
1191056992.
1997 Mercury VIN#
I MELM62W2VH604694
It 08-07-2013
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LEGAL NOTICES


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
MTAGCAZ CREEK FL LLC
SThe holder of the following
certificate(s) has filed sdd cer-
tiicate(s) for a tac deed to be
issued thereon.The certificate
numbers) and year of
Issuance, the description of the
property, and the names) in
which it is assessed are as fol-
lows:
RIe Number: 2013-021-TD'
Certificate Numbr:. 3573
Parcel Number:, '
00-00-31-1681-0009-0000
Year of Issuance: 2011
Description of Property:-
LOT 9 IN OR 1001/785
SEAVIEW SUB #2PB 5/26,
Assessed To:
JAY DEE SCOTT, JAY DEE SCOTT
Al of the above property Is
located in Nassau County.in
the State of FlorIdda. "
Unless such certificate(s)
shall be redeemed according
to law, the property described
Ip such certificate or certifi-
cates will be sold to. the
L.Highest Bidder at-the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY' JUDICIAL ANNEX
76347 VETERANS WAY, VULEE,
FL on the 20th day of-August;
2013, between the hours of
Ti :00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The
S Clerk of Coirt's Office Policy Ii
to Iold the slde at 11 30a m.
JOHN A CRAWFORD
9ASSAU COUNTl
(LERK OF .COURT
CHERYLSALMON,
DEPUTV.CLERK
It you are 0 person' rinh din-
ability &, ho needs aony accord .
modoarion in order lo.partici.
pate In tlis proceeding ycuj
ore ertfilea l1 no co, Ito ou
to the proason of cerrar, o,.-
fance Please conllcl InII
ADA Coordinaror at (904) 548.
S4600 press 0. at least 7 davs
before your scrieduied counr
Sappeararnce o:,r irr,,edolareil
upon rece-ring hIni noir,.:d.
lion If Ihe nme beDoroe tihe
Sledrn edu apppaordn.:e Is ise
6 lan 7 ac,T iT 'ou or rearing
Or ,olce impaired c,"1 7i I
4 07-17-24-31 &.08-07-2013
T1598 .
'* ... .. .., **,-
SNOTICE OF APPLICATION
-* FOR TAX DEED
l 1OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'that
CATALINA TAX, CO. LLC, ,VS
3 ANK ;, '
S- The hocide of i-.eFiio,.irg
S .ertificale(:) has file 3jl. cer
ilicate(s) for a ta% deea ro be
Itsued merreor, Tne cerric,,aie
rumrriber(s) and $-ear or
" issuance. the desaipnc r, oi Ir,
oroperry ano the rncme() ir.
j,'richr ii is as""s6ea are xO lfo
'Ow.
File Nurrer 2013-022-1D
Cerlificare Number 3135
rcel Number 00-00-3001 OC-
; .0f0060 *
ea ol IsuaJnce 2011
esc npticOn Of POcpert, BLCCV
I LOTS 6 7&8iNCR 462/667&
OR 587/1288 AvIERICArI
BEACHi3uNIT 1 PB3/19 ,"
A'sse'.sed Io
ALEXANDER J HIICKS,': I
A* ', AU of the above propertyis
S.-. located In; Nassau County In
T.e Slate of Fli:.rciaa
SUnles; .,cn certlcfic.e(:)
s' pil be redeemed ,cc.Y.:irng
SIt) la*. Irr pIope1rTy aci.rlibed
Sin sucr, cerhficoare or ceanil.
cole; w-ill be SoIa lo Ince
t highest Bidder at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE riASSAU
COUNT,' JuDIC AL r'IfJEY
3 E7 Er,'-I4r IV,' YVHLEE
*L or the 2ntr.ji ., c f Au,.u:1
2013. t',eieen Ihe r, our ofl
11.00 a r. and 200prr 1`6e
Clerk of Court's-Office Policy is
"'to hold the sale at 11 :3Q a.m.
JOHN A CRAWFCRD,
NIASSAU COUT IT,
CLERK OF COUFRI
CHERrL S-,LMON .
SDEPUrt CLERK
If you are a personwith dis-
b .lly who needs any accornm-
,rModatidn in order to partici-
pate In this proceeding; you
are enTillel at rno co.i to ):.'j
Io ne pro.uor, of cert.n o":.
Stance Pleo.e coriaci I1-"5
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
4600' press 0, at least' 7 days
before your scheduled court
-appearance, or Immedlately
upon receiving this notlflca.
Stlon if the time before the
scheduled appearance Is less
than 7 days; If you are hearing
or voice Impadred, cdl 711.
S 4t07-17-24-31 & 08-07-2013
T599

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
.CATALINA TAX CO LLC US
BANK .
The holder of the fol'owlng
certifcate(s) hassled soid cer-
tlficate(s) for a tax( deed to be
Issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and .-year o0
Issuance, the description of the
property, and the- names) In
which It Is'assessed are as fol-
lows: .
: file Numberr2013-023-TD
Certificate Number: 3712
Parcel Number:
.0-00-31-1800-0193-0030
Year of Issuance: 201 )
Descrltion of Property BLOCK
193 LOT3 IN OR 1654/1891 CI'T
OF FDNA BEACH
.AssessedTo: EARLS NAGLE IV
-0 Al of the above properly Ii
located In Naossu County, IF
the State of Florida..
Unless such certificates)
shail be redeemed according
to law, theproperty described
ip such. certificate or certtfi-
cates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX.
.76347 -ETERANS WAY,. YULEE,
E -. on the 271h day of August,
2013, between the hours ol
11:00 a.m. and 2:0D-p.m. The
Clerk of Court's Office Policyis
to hold the sole at 11:30.a.m.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
SNASSAU COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
RHODA GOODWIN.
DEPUTY CLERK
Ifyouareapersonwithdis.
abliiy who needs any accom-
qmodation in order to partici-
pate in tlis proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you.
to theprovision of certdnasss-
tance. Please contact the
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
.4600 press 0, at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately
upon receMng this notifica-
tion if the time before the


scheduled appearance is less
than 7 days; if you are hearing
or voice impaired. coil 711.
4t 07-24-31-2013 &
807-14-2013
1613

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
MTAGCAZ CREEK FLLLC
The holder of the following
certificate(s) has filed said cer-
tificate(s) for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year of
issuance,the descriptions of the
property, and the name(s) in
which it is assessed are as fol-
lows:
File Number. 2013-024-TD
Certificate Number: 118


Parcel Number.
08-IS-23-0000-0001-0020
Year of Issuance: 2011
Description of Property: PT OF
S1/2-OF NE1/4 OF NE 1/4 IN
OR 1276/1240
Assessed To:
ARCADIA G MCCAFFERY,
f JEFFREY MCCAFFERY
All of the above property Is
i located in NassauJ County, in
the State of Florida;
Unless such certificates)
shdl be redeemed according
to law, the property described
in such certificated or certifi-
cates will be sold to the
SHighest Bidder at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
-COUNTY. JUDICIAL ANNEX
76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE,
FL on the 27th day of August,
T 2013. between the hours of
s 11:00 a.m. ad 2:00 p.m. The
.. Clerk of Court's'Ofice Polcy is
to hold the sde at 11:30 a.m.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
NASSAU COUNTY
i .CLERK OF COURT* -
SRHODAGOODWIN,
DERTY CLERK
S you ie a persor, win.r, a.is-
acrttrIy who rv,6e. an accorri-
Srnodarlon r, n oraer o partici.
pate In tils proceeding, you
-, areentitled, at no cost to you,
. totheprovlslonjof certan assis-
Stance.:-Please contact the
S ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
.. 4600"press 0, at least 7 days
before, your scheduled'court
appearance, or Immediately
upoh receiving. this notifica-
ftion'l f the time, before the
scheduled appearance Is less
I.an ,, aa; ,r iu a. rearing
or oice rrIpaired caTl .11
41 07.24.31-20i 3 & 06-07.14-.
..2013
1614

IN THE CIRCUIT COURI OFTHE
FOURTH. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
* IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
; GENERAL JURISbICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 12000414CAA)XYX
SWELLS FARGO BANK NA-,
Plaintiff, : :
"-vs,
bARBA A. A, jEitJlrAAG/AIJA
BAr Defendants.'
,'AN EIJDED' N-:)iCE -:-F -:AI
T,, I IICE iS .I.'EN rnai in
t 'accordance with the. Default
3'. Fir.al JucqrIeri of Forecio:ure-
dae Jur, 1"' 2013 ir, n he
" at.,.-, 'T,ie' cac,'e l .in o l 1o
tre r,.lgr.i ar.. e31 be idjaer
ror cash aT i'r, rorI er.irance
or Ire r1ASZAu JUDICIAL
Ar.jrt.lE). J' veteror. Wa,
e, C FL),I' !) l 1 on L cn
S-.-ierrber 16tr. 01, 2 rnaloi-
Ic.,r.g de.cr.beJ piopi.erty
LOT 38 BUGKHEAD SUBDi-
iiOri ACCCRDItI3 iOC) THE
1PL'i iHErEOF, A; r(E:or iI TPLAI BC:,K b6P, -;E i 35 A ND
i36 C-F iHE PLIB.IC RECORDS
'F iAiiSi.iCCuTl iT.' FLOPiCA
SFpr.:.perr, ddr. ilJ.ll BUCK
HEADIR eBR, C EViLLE FL 32009.

li, P2' :-CI CLAINMIG rAN
SINrTERE3T IIl THE SiuI'PLUS FRCM
STHE -'"11 iF -t1, OTHER T ITj
S iHE PRCPERF,' OWIEP AS :-F
THE DATE OFT HE uS .PErENjS
MIuS FILE A CLAIM r THlilN 60
[4 DA.z.ATErPTHE "-LE
Doled Jul, 16 2012
SIFYOU ARE A'PERSONWITH.
/ A DiSABiuP, WHO NEED Ar,
.CCOMMCiDAIiOht' IIN ORDER
*' 10 .FA,, CiPAIE ill iH-I P '-r).
CEEDIij- .COu A5E ErEirILED
AT [IC- r-'.A io T,YOU.T ro THE'
yPO'. iC.i r E:,,r .Et sl s .'-a
TANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE
ADA COORDINATOR AT CRI-.
S rITI'TC'-,l rJE i OR.(904)630-,
'2 4 AT. LEAST 7 DAS4 BEFORE
O.ur SCHEDULED C.0uRI
;- APPEAAI iC.E OCr ,rIt.IEDIATE-
L, LrP,::rj 'ECE'.'iT ,G iHIS OII-
F ICAIIOC. i IF HE TIME BEFORE
THE SCHEDULED APPEARANCE
i LESS IHAN 7 A.,3 iF Ou
ARE HEAIIrG OP1 ,,DICE
ir.TpAIRED CALL 711
I HEREBY CERTIFYthatrtrbue
1 and correct copy of the fore-
going Ialice *a: mailed to
r- r.' 11e 0I-c r.0 rir31iir..g II:T
CLEPK JOHTA CRAWFORD
/./Armarl-,,a.Slearr
SBy: Deputy of Court
MAR /riNCSCI LW GR '.Oip PC
Ar. Aorr.e,' !o Plairnli
100 WEST CYPRESS CREEK
ROAD, SUITE 1045 .. .
S FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33060
I Telephone: (954)644-8704;
Fax (954) 772:9601 ..-
SServiceFL@Omlg-defauilflaw.
coin
Ser ]ceFfL2'STig-deiaullla w
'pqm .: ._ '
BARBARA A..JENNINGS AKA
t BARBARA I
S 11411 BUCKHEADTR
BRYCEVILLE, FL 32009 .
SBUCKHEAD.PROPERTY
OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.'
C/O MICHAEL H.STOIKES
18500 MACCLENNY RD
f MAXVILLE,,FL 32234
S UNKNOWN TENANT #1 IN '
. POSSESSION OFTHE PROPERTY
- N/K/A NICK FREEMAN '
11411 BUCKHEADTR
BRYCEVILLE, FL 32009
UNKNOWN TENANT #2 IN ;
POSSESSION OFTHE PROPERTY
N/K/A MERINDA SCOTT.
11411 BUCKHEAD TR
K BRYCELILLE, FL 32009 ..
'. UNKNOWN TENANT
11411 BUCKHEADTR
< BRYCEVILLE, FL 32009
i 2t07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013
1 >1625 -

* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I 4TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT, -'
.. IN AND FOR
- NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA,
* CIVIl, DIVISION
I CASENO:
452010CA361
METUFE HOME LOANS, A DIVI-
SION OF METUFE BANK NA.,
Paintiff,
vs.
GLENND.WILSON; COMPASS
s BANK' FEDERAL TRUST BANK:
THE COLONY ASSOCIATION OF
NASSAU COUNTY INC. SHIRLEY
G. WILSON; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT); IN POSSESSION OFTHE
*SUBJECT PROPERTY.
Defendants.
" RE-NOTICE OF
* FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pusuantto an OCder Reetling
Foreclosure Sale dated the
16th day of-July, 2013 and
entered In Case No.
45201 0CA361. of the Circuit
s Court of the 4TH. Judicial
Circuit in and for Nassau
County. Florida, wherein.
METUFE HOME LOANS. A DM-
. SION OF METUFE BANK N.A.. is
the Plaintiff and GLENN D.WIL-


SON; COMPASS BANK- FEDER-
AL TRUST BANK; THE COLONY
ASSOCIATION OF NASSAU
COUNTY, INC., UNKNOWNTEN-
ANT(S); and SHIRLEY G.W1LSON
IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY ore defendants.The
Clerk of this Court shal sell to
t the highest and best bidder
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 20th day of
S August, 2013, the following
described property as set forth
in said FiRnd Judgment, to wit:
UNIT TWENTY-THREE (23),THE"
COLONY CONDOMINIUM.
ACCORDING TO DECLARA-
TION OF CONDOMINIUM


RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 653, PAGE712
THROUGH 782. AS AMENDED
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
662. PAGE 2t, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TY. FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THESURPLUSOFTHE
SALE. IF ANY. OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE
DATE OF US PENDENS MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER
THE SALE.
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate n thi proceeding;
Syou are entitled, at no cost tq
you, to the provision of cerftacin
assistance please contact the
ADA Coordinator at artin-
lrp@coJ.net or (904).630-2564
at least 7 days before your
scheduled court appearance,
or immediately upon receiv-
ing this notification if the time
before the scheduled oppear-
ance Is less than 7 days; it you
are hearing or voice Impared,
idl711.
Dated this 7th day of July, 2013.
JOHN A CRAWFORD
Clerk of The Circuit Court
By:. /s/ Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
Submitted by:
Choice Legal Group,; PA."
1800 NW 49th Street,Sufte 120,
Fort Lauderdale. FlRodda 33309
Telephone' (954) 453-0365.
Facsimile: (954) 7.71-6052'
Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438
21 07-31-2013 & 08-07-201'3
S1626 .

IN THEBIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.. 2013-CP-133
DIVISION A
IN RE: ESTATE OF MABEL -
HOOPER CONLEY.
Deceased. ,i ..
S NOTiCE TOCpEDiTC-i".-
T10 LL PEPSOR4S HA..,'ING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINSr IHE ABCVE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY nrairea
rrat anr, Order or Summ-ior
Adnni:nrali.r., har ];-,er.,
Irla.sd n in., e ale 0oi MABEL
H-IOPER C-',r iLE deceased
inr the Oroae.;il l rile rruri.
rOr Ir, rl. -, C:ruil Court for
NA --.lJ Count, ; iriaa
- Probate Divisionthe address of
v.hrlc i; 7t1J7 ','ericor,; Wa>
\ulca FI.rirda 30 17 r-,.3t i-e
-J:6ernl : ,ao l or ar-,' *..'.
FTorucar'y II 2013 and cire
rrrme ana a dare-: or rhoie
lo whorr i nm..been assigned
L., Qu:r, order AP'RIL I.IELC'D,
CLER'r, c/o Jaimei Pral
0 Cornner E:-i P 3'TI-,6 Bo
471 Feainrandina Beacn FL
-,202,4
ALL I IEPESrEC. PEP'SO. S
SAPE NOTIFIED IH41
Ali .:redoii: 6tofthe ,ddi-- of
tn' 1recei3nni ar,. orr-er per-
. :or,; ravrng claim: or
dci-mar, a';o,"ir,. drje.:eaerdi -
e'.:'are oirer lhar, Irr,.-: ior
whom pro*iin for lull pay
rmirr %,ma3 rmad in Trie Order
oi Suri.mar, "dminu rralicr,
r TiU"i ile I '.ir ,:IalIT. v.Ir, thlii;
C.:.rl WiTHIjT IHE TIME PERK: LD'.
StT FOiIH iltl 3- '02 OF THE
FLC'QiDO PCBAiTE CODE
;-LL CLAI.iT .,ATrD DEr.,AI5DS
'OT FILED WITHIr THE tIME
PEIr,100E, SET IRTH IN 73- '02
OF IHE FLORIDA Pf.OBATE
CODE WILL BE FOCPEVER
BA3FRED IJIOrWiiHSiPr.TDiTIG
iiE iirlE PEfI,:'D SEI FCORIH
B'-J/.A.JC' lAIM FILED rW,&
DECDEEDJi Ei [ATE ,'XIC DFDTH
LE, BARED
rre ale or i 1rn Pubii :aror,.
or 11 t-,i Ioce .;, July3 1:1 2013
Ar.,orne, Icr Persoronai
Re ere',ir1 i.'e
JIfES FR-Al. C-.:IJrjNER
Arorrey ic.r
APRIL MELODt CLER'
:loria.D B.r Numbrber 0124-1M
D :.r n :.. 4I71
-ernaraina bead-. fL 32036.
ielepnor., R'90) 261.2628
Fa. (904)2612532
E-ErrriI pironr'|Fo.:.:r,.r ::,mit
Seccrlarr-
pidalng7''iPOp0orner COfm -
Peisonol Reprecp'nar've .,
APRIL MELODDi'CLERY
S21 07-31-2013 & 08-07.2013
S1627 , .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
'NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA,
S PROBATE DIVISION .
FILE NO.: 13-000168-AX"X
DIVISION: PR-A
IN RE: ESTATE OF BERTHA
ZEBROWSKI, -.
Deceased.
S' NOTICE tO CREDITORS.
The administration of the
estate of BERTHA'ZEBROWSKI
deceased, wh6se date of
dedatf was June 28,2013, File'.
Number 13-000168-A)YX'. Is
pending in the Circuit Court.
for. Nassau County,, Floridb,
Probate Division, the address of
which Is .Nassau County
Courthouse, 76347 Veterans'
Way Suite 456. Yulee,'Florida
32097.- The names and
& adressesof.thepersonal rep-
resentalive and the personal
Srpierientatr.he :, ar:omy are
set fortn bcloJ
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons, hav-
.Ig cldms ofdemands agdnst
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of rlls notice Is served,
must file their claims with,t1is
Court. WITHIN THE LATER 'OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
TIME OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons hav-
rig dirs or demands against
the decedent's estate must
file their darns with this Court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NO1WITHSTANDING THE-TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE.
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
S BARRED.
"The date of fist publication
of Ihls notice is July 31sh. 2013.
Attomey for Personci
Representative:
Barbara A: Puestow, Esquire
Florida Bar No.: 0975885
6944 St. Augustine Road,
SuiteA F
Joctonvil.FL32217


Telephone: (904) 448-8572
Facsimile: (888) 537-4505
Person Represenative:
William James Danather
3626 Ocean Drive South
Jaoconvile Beach. FL 32250
2t 07-31-2013.& 08-07-2013
1628

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
SUNSHINE STATE CERT IN, .LLP
BANKUNITED TRUSTEE
The holder of the following
certificates) has fled soid cer-
, tificalte(s) for atai deed to be
issued thereon.The certificate
numbers) and year of
issuace the description of the
property, and the name(s) in
whlch it is assessed are as fol-
lows:


Fie Nurnber 2013-025-TD
Certificate Number 3604
Parcel Nurber .
00-00-31-1800-0029-0110
Year of Issuance: 2011
Descliption of Property: BLOCK
29 LOT11 IN OR 924/953 CITY
OF FDNA BEACH-
Assessed To: KENNETH R.WAL-
TERS. JUDITH R WALTERS
Al of the above property is
located in Nassau County. in
the State of Forida.
Unless such certificadte(s)
sh9l be redeemed according
to law, the property described
in such certificate or certifi-
cates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the MAIN
ENThANCE OF THE NASSAU.
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
76347 VETERANS WAY. YULEE,
FL on the 3rd day of
September, 2013, between the
hours of 11:00 a.rm. and 2:00
p.rrm.The Clerkof Court's Office
* .Policy is to hold the.sale at
S11:30a.rm.
JOHN CRAWFORD
NASSAO COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT ".
RHODA GOODWIN.
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with dis-
abifity wihoneedsany accom-
modation in order to partici-
pate in this proceeding ,you
a-e entitled, at no cost to you,
to the provision of certain assis-
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- .-
lion if the time before the
scheduled appearance is less
than 7 days;'if you are hearing
or voice impaired, col 711.
4t 07-31-2013&
08-07-14-21-2013
1629, -

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
S CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2012-CA-000717
DIVISION NO.
S SECTION. '
BANK OQF AMERICA N A "UC-
SC:ESCOR Bt MERGER TO BAC
HOME LOA.0 S .ERVICING LP
FKA CCurTIR/eWIDE HOME
L''ANS SEROvlCiNG LP
,Plantiff(s), .
vs.
JOHN ELDREDGE et al
DIerl..iarir(s)
NiC:iCE OF A'CiOIi
FORECLOSURE
PROCEEDINGS-PROPErII,'
To UiNKNOCWN SPOUSE OF
,IAMEES LCWELLRJuSSELLAK/A
JAMES L RUSSELL ADDRESS
UNKNOWNt BUi WHOSE LAST
KTlOWjr ADDRESS 13 48088
HAC',CI, RO HILUARD FL
3204:.
Re-iari-nce unrrcAr, ardio it
I., ing including ar. unrknonr.
.p)u: or i r,-e aelenciant if
rimarr-eI arda ir Oad del-r,-
d-.nT i;.: dead -il:/-her e6;pe.:-
thv- urknofi', r eli: aeii:eeS
gloni-re assigneei..:reditors
linorrtan ard r',.-cl-: ona all
other person; claiming B,
ri-rough under or agairsi ihe
romiaTec DEelerdarI ord the
oloremerroreond namrea
DererndarT and :ucih o Ir.e
IOcreTeirIiCrea, ur.,kncwn
Deeraar.I aornd :uch ol Il--
ur.kTid.,r, named Dete-rjoanr
a may De ir.rnior. Ir.:ornp.e.
I.-rir, r. otr Or-'rwi- rnoi ;ul jurn
'Ou ARE HEREBiInOriFiED
mai an actk', I tc; iore-.r:.e a
I .T : o,3 :g .:)r. m e i.nIg' ^,1.
de.crit-ed proper Ty io-.'r
riore cormmoranly kn.,ir, .
a, I riI Bo> 2z&6.. Hiiiord FL
32046,.., ,, .
I Th: ocron r.,-a been iied
again:T 'ou and r'ou ale
required Ic, :er.,' a cop, of
yi.O. wrialen delenae if any ro
it on Planhfi: atlorrey GILBERT
GARCiA GROUP PA whose
aadre6x I; 200i Par, Amr CClice
Su,ile 110 Tampa For,.3a 3607
or. or b ,i:.re 30 da.: arie
Sdaale of Inr.i puJilcaticn arM
ile trie. or.gir..- with the cGlerk of
trlie circuil CourfriT -in-r beicre
; service on raciniiri s alnon-r, o
immeialel in.1-iereaier ofIn-
erw.le a .:elaurn wil be
c-rlered agan.1 IOu ,c.r the,
roller demrrnaed in The
SCorrnplaidn
WITNESS rrmy i-hand arnd :edal of
tni; CCourt or, the 22rid day of
July 2013
JOHN A CrWF,:,-RD
r .ASSAU County Fionaa
By /r/M qlar,.3 ,, yer
SD-pil1 Clrik
in acc.:oraanrce wlin the
Am.encoar Winl Drablim. Aci
Speirso: .r. nerd of a special
accommoaarron ro partici-
pate in This proceeding shail,
within seven (7). days prior to
.any proceeding, contact Jhe
administrative office of the
,court, Nassa u county, 16341
\ierrarc Wa ,uiee FL 32.097-I
CoLujr, PhI-core 904-%48-4606
tiDD l-800-95-8771 or 1-800-
955-87.1.0 via Florida Relay
Service". * -, .
2t 07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013
1631

IN THE-CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CMJLACTION
CASE NO.:
45-2012-CA-00057.5
DIVISION: A ,
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA.
Paihtift
vs..
GEORGE M. CURRIN, et q,.."
Defendantss,
NOTICE OFRiESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order
Rescheduling ForedosureSate
dated July" 19, 2013 and
entered in Case No. 45-2012-
CA-000575 of Ihe clrait Court.
of the FOURTH Judicial ClrcLit
in and for NASSAU County,
Floida where WELLS FARGO
BANK. NA. is the Paintiff and
GEORGE M.CURRIN: SHERRIE L
CURRIN are the Defendants.
The Clerk of the Court wiul seS
to the hghesf and best brd-
der for cash at NASSAU JUDI-
CIALANNEX. 76347 VETERAN'S
WAY, YULEE, FLORIDA at
* 11:30AM. on the 291h day of
August. 2013, the following
described properly as set forth,
in said Find Judgment.
COMMENCING AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OFSEC-
TION FIFTY-lWO (52), TOWNSHP
THREE (3) NORTH, RANGE
TWENlY-SEVEN (27) EAST; RUN
- THENCE NORTH SIXTY-SEVEN


(67) DEGREES. FIY-iCE (59)
MINUTES, EAST FOR ONE THOU-
SAND SEVEN HUNDRED EVEN
AND NINETY-TWO HUN-
DREDTHS (1711.92) FEET TO A
POINT ONTHE EASTERlY RIGHT
OF WAY UINE OF A GRADED
ROAD (40.0 FOOT RIGHT OF
WAY); RUN THENCE SOUTH
ZERO (00) DEGREES. FIFTEEN
(15) MINUTES, FORTY-TWO (42)
SECONDS WEST FOR ONE
THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED
NINETCY-eGHT AND NETY-ONE
HUNDREDTHS (1.598.91) FEET
TO AN IRON AND POINT OF
BEGINNING: THENCE CONTIN-
UE SOUTHZERO(00) DEGREES
FIFTEEN (15) MINUTES. FORTY-
TWO (42) SECONDS WEST FOR
ONE HUNDRED (100.00) FEET


TO AN IRON; THENCE SOUTH
EIGHTY-EIGHT (88) DEGREES.
FORTY-TWO (42) MINUTES EAST
FOR ONE HUNDRED NINETY-
THREE AND THIRTY HUN-
DREDTHS (193.30) FEET TO AN
IRON; THENCE NORTH ZERO
(0) DEGREE, FITEEN B (15) MIN-
UTES EAST FOR ONE HUNDRED
(100.0) FEET TO AN IRON;
THENCE NORTH EIGHTY-EGHT
(88) DEGREES. FORTY-TWO(42)
MINUTES WEST FOR ONE HUN-
DRED NfNE1Y-IWOANDTWEN-
TY-FVE HUNDREDTHS (192.25)
FEET TO AN IRON POINT OF
BEGINNING.
A/K/A 86114 HARRY GREEN
ROAD, YULEE, FL 32097-5343
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from the
sale, if any. other than .the
property owner as of the date
of the LiUsPendens must tie a
claim within sixty (60) days
after the sate.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seat of tis Court on July 22nd.
2013. "
JohnA. Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:/s/Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
"See Americans with
Disabilities Act
if you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs any accorrm-i
miodaflion In order to partic-
pate in this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you,
ltohe provision 'f certain assis-
lance plexe cornraci ria or-
crn court at (904) 321-5709
-2, 07-31-2013& 08-07-2013
.1632.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF-THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR'NASSAU
COUNTY; FLORIDA'
S CIVILACTION
CASENO. 445-2010-CA-
000899:,
DivSION: A
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC -
Prantfi.
vs: .'.,, '
-PHILULIP M. SOONER A/K/A
PHiLUwPCOrJERA/K/A PHIlWP
/ MARvIN COONER?
D-eier.aant(s)
NOTICE OF
FORECLCAURE SALE
NOI iCE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
vijarT To a Final Judgmenl of
Mortgge Foieclosuire dated
Jul) 222013 a ra epftreca in
Case No. 45-2010-CA-P00899
-1 Ire Circuit Court l AI e
FOURTHi Ju.icial Circuit Ir and
t1r NASSALI Count) Florida
wir,ere4n jPMORGAN CHASE
BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TlION SuCCESSOR BV MERGER
TO CHASE HOME FINA.PICE
LLC I. The Pirntift and PHILUP
M rCOONER A/K/A PHILLIP
COONER A/K/A PHILUP MAiR-
VIrI COOIJER THE UNIJKTICWN
SPOUSE OF PHILUP IA COON.
ER A/K/A PHILLIP COONER
A/K/A PHILUP MA RVIN COCOIN-
EP N/K/A. SHANNCN COON-
ER LTASHA LALCCOAERA/K/A
LATASHIA COOIJER A/K/A
LATASHIA L/NN CORNER.
MARVIN COOPER THE
LIrk'lCWr.l, SPOLISE OF MAR.
'.Ilq COOI 2r, TI/K/A SAODRA
COONER A.Nir' AI' A.LL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
'B'' TH-ROLIGH UNIJDER AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN tIMJED
INJDIvIDUAL DEFETNJAIBT(S)
SWHO ARE NrCOT KI 106W11 TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID
UNKrNOWN PARTIES MA'\
CLAIr ANT ilJTERE.,T AS S.C,.1-
SES HEirI DEiSEES iGRAA TEES
O:P O:THR CLAiMArJT6 STATE'
OF FIORIDA;VIlare ,itha^
Defendant: Trie Cleik of thie
.C ur l v.ll e 0ii T lonh r.igr,e:i
or.d bel IDilaei or ca.n ,1'
INASSAU JuDICIAL AlNEX
76347 VETERAN S WA. 'ULEE
'FLORIDA acd 11 30AM' on the'
31 day or Cciobtr 2I3l, inc
following described properrr
ca iel forth in :.ad Final
'Judgment: ',
,A PORTION OF THE NORTH-
WEST 1/4 OCF THE NOR i/4 OF SEC ION 365 TOWNSHIP
4 NORTH RANGE 25 EHT 1I4AS-
SAIU COUNT. FCLORIDA A ND
BEING MoCrE PARIlCLlL.L,
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS
COMMENCE AT !HE NOl')RiH.
WEST CORNER COF SAiD SEC-
, hION 35 HENCE NCRIH 69
DEGREES 31 MiNliJES 24 SEC-
ONDS EASr ALONG THE 1 14OTH
UNE OF. SAID SECTION 35,
.64 92 FEET TO TIE POINT OF.
BEGINNING THENCE CCOflltr.
UE NORTH 89 DEGREES 31 \luT,.
LIIES 24 SECONDS EAST
ALONG SAID NC'RIH LINE CF
SECTION 35 3)656 FEET
THENCE SOUTH 12 DEGREES 02
MiNJUTiES 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 SECONDSWEST,
1083.83 FEET-TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. .
A/K/A 58231 MELTON ROAD,
HILULIARD, FL 32046 .
Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus fromthe
sale; if any, other than. the
property owner as of the date
of the Us Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days
, after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND, and the
seat of tis Court on July 23,
2013. J
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court -
By:/s/AAmanda Steam
Deputy Clerk ,'
"See Americans with
Disabilities Act
If you are a person with a dis-
abilty who needs any accom-
modation in order to partici-
pate in this proceeding ,you
are entitled, at no cost-to you,
atohe provision of cert-n arms-
fance please contact the cir-
critcourt at (904) 321-5709.
2t 07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013
1633

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT "
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO:'
4S-2009-CA-0006S6
'OfWEST BAN FSB
Plaindif f.
vs.
JERRY L RUSSELL YYNN S. RUS-
SELL FIRST COAST COMMUNi-
TY BANK( MARSH LAKE COM-
MUNITY ASSOCIATION. INC.:
UNKNOWN PRSON(S) IN POS-
SESSION OFTHESUBJECT PROP-


ERTY;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Find Judgment
of Foeareoye dated July 192.
2013 and entered in Case No.
45-2009-CA-000656, of the
cicuitCourtofthe 4AhJudcidal
Circuit in and for NASSAU
County, Florida. BANK OF
AMERICA. NA is Plinsiff and
JERRY L RUSSEUL,; LYNN & RUS-
SELL FIRST COAST COMMUINI-
TY BANKM MARSH LAKE COM-.
MUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC.;
are defendants. I will sell to
the tghest and best bidder
for cash at NASSAU COUNTY
JUDICIAL ANNEX MAIN


ENTRANCE, 76347 VETERAN'S
WAY YULEE, FLORIDA 32097. AT
76347 VETERAN'S WAY. YULEE,
FLORIDA. at 11:30 a.m., on the
23 day of September 2013, the
folowing described property
as set forth in said Final
Judgment. to-wit
LOT 30, MARSH LAKES,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLA. BOOK 5, PAGES 159
THROUGH 167, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TY FLORDA.
SA person claiming an inte-
est in the surplus from the sale,
if any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the
ULis Pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sate.
Dated lthis 22 day of July 2013.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:/ Is/Amanda Steam
As Deputy Clerk
This notice is provided in
accordance with the
American with DisabilltiesAct,
if you are a person with a dis-
abiity who needs any accom-
,- modation in order to 5partic-
pate in this proceedinr,'you
ore entitled, at no cost to you,
to provisions of certain assis-'
tance. Please contact the
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-'
4600 press O. at least 7 days
before appearance Is less
than 7 days; if you are hearing
impaired or voice impaired,
cdll711 -
Submitted by- .
-Kahane & Associates. PA. -
8201 Peters Road, Suite 3000
Plantatfion, FL 33324,'.
Telephone: (954) 382-3486
Telefacsimrrile: (954) 382-5380-
Designated service email:
notice@lbkahaneandassocl-
ates.com .
2r 07-31-201-3 & 08D-07-2013,
1634 :' ..

IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND'FOR NASSAU
; COUNTY, FLORIDA '
CASE NO: 45-2009-CA-
000940
SEC A
TD BANK, NATIONALs
ASSOCIATION .
Plaintiff, :
v. ' '
CONSTANCE MCDA,.NIEL -/KJA
CONcrSIANCE MCDANjiEklS
MAURICE MCDANIEL A/K/A
MAURICE MCDANIELS- "NY
Arli, ALL UIJIIVk',CWF PAIIET .
CLAIMlIJG b.' THROCuGH
UNDER ArND -GAlii, IktE
HEREIN NAMED iNDiviDIJDUAL
DEFENDANTS) IWHO..RENC'T
KQO*rWNTOBE DEADOR u.E
WHETHER SAID Ur.jKNOCWII
PARIlESMA,' CLAIM.I ATll IJiEr'.
ESI AS SPCOIUSES HEiRS
DEiSEES. GRRANTEE5 O;
OTHER CLAIMAIjTS iIEJTEFTIAL
REvENrUE SERVICE sPRiiriG
LAKE ESiATESOF ITA.SAL C,-:.,
OWr.ErSA.SSCCiAIC- T IIC
Deieridoarnl':) "
NOTICE OF SALE
.. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
purmUar.r to or. O'derji Of FroIn
Suinitr ,. .iJudgme-r.l )I
ForO-.,i re-d:.,lda .ij, 22 2i 013
entered in Civil Case No. 45-1
_'?u9A-0CA-rO.10 of i-e. :.Cir.:uir
,Court GT Tr- f.-Ojrir, IJuj..-i.3
,,rcuilim anrd i:.r Ila::.3u
Cc-urr- Fi.,ri.a ,eri -iri, Tri-.
Clierk or li- Circuil C.:.url A,
-I/i 10 Ti-r, .h',eOt bidder i.ur
,*:a3n on 26 da., or A,,iauc-'
21:lI'i a? I I O am I.[ Il3 rn,,-
I i,33.au .lu ,adi ,rie, I ,.1'.JJ
C our.t'Court ',.oArv Ir pr.'k.1 I
iaT, ." r,:s3 3 'r. r1 I m::;j *: : ijr.tfr
Florida, 76347-Veterans Way,
lul-. _" RF rria 2.'iQ9" r-,,i .- 1 I .-..
Ii-.e l.:.ll0o,;ir.g d-:rr.,-3 p rlop.
.r11 a- er. I rio r, in ir, Flral
Judgment I ,iiT
LOT 37 BL->CK i *C i I il-
L,11E ESi.TIES OF O -FIS-u
CO, iNi i. fL:oiDA ijrtji ill
ACCORDING tP' IHE PL-T.
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT,
BC0', 5-' PA,'tE o16 O'" THE PUB-
SLIC RECORDS. OC[F I-.Sij
* C,:Z.rjT, ,FLRID- ,
Ar,f per:o.n cl, i'lrrr.'? ,r.,
inlere .r, i-'.5- Jl:3j l h" IT: r ri --M e
-' "aile rr ,r, .-.rr,e.r Ir .r, ir.e
., pi'rperrr Q as cr r-c -',-..
or 1rl-- UT Pn-nderi" |TU,.I ifie a
S aiiT, .,irr,,r, 0 *3,,: ari-? r Ir,,a
Sale. . .
'AnETEiiCti'
PERSIs, WIWH Di:.-BiLiTiEL 5 "
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT. If you are a person,
.,I-, a di:ac.'iif, ..rc ried'
any oc-.:.i'mn-w,3i.:-. lrn -:.rdr
1I0 parTi.l, Wc ,r, I"d: proceed
Ir.g you 301e ern11ed al r.o.: .1
I lOtyou 10 t-,- pro.-iO'ror. cci-r-
Ior, ac:ilar-.-:e Pie.-3r :r.:.-
IlOC ADA Co,-ord3iror .-1 :n.
inlrp@coj.net ot (904) 630-2564
at least 7 days before your
cr1-,iJed c.':,r acpeorar'..:e
or lITm-edilaeiy up3r. recei..
IrIg Int rioriicaric.r. ii ri1, .T-
b-norr n ire ,:IjuIel o:-=ip-3, -.
arnce I" res i ,n i.: ,a ,:,u '
ae 1--oring'.oi GiCle iT,,pir- J
c all 711
DATED At FERNANDINA
*BEACH, FLORIDA THIS 23 DAY
OF JULY 2013. '
/s/ Amanda Stearh
JOHNA.CRAWFORD, -
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
2t 07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013
1635- .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
INANDFOR ,
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 09-00994
DIVISION:
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
FOR MSM 2005-3AR,
Plaintiff.
GLENNR.SEEVERS, eta-i.
Defendants) .
NOTICEOF
RESCHEDULED SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Pursuant to an Order
Rescheduing Foreclosure Sde
dated July 19. 2013. and
entered in Case No. 09-00994
of the Circuit Court of the
Fourth Judicial Circuit in and
for Nassau County, Florida in
wllch Deutsche Barc National
Trust Company, as Trustee FOR
MSM 2005-3AR. is the Raintiff
*. and Glenn R.Seevers, Valerie L
Seevers, Mortgage Bectronic
Registration Systems, Inc., act-
ing solely as nominee for
Citibank NA.. a national bank-
ing Corporation, Tenant #1
n/k/a Troy King, Tenant # 2
n/k/a Cathy ling, are defen-
dants. I w1l sell to the highest
and best bidderfor 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
set forthin sdd Frai Judgment
of Foreclosure:
ALLOF LOT 6. IN BLOCK 56OF
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. COUNTi 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-


THEIR INCLUDING TO GRANTED
A NON-EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT
FOR PURPOSES OF DRIVEWAY
AND UTLTES ACROSS THE 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
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than them
property owner as of the date
of the ULis Pendens'miust file a
claim within 60 days after the
sale.
Dated in Nassau County,
T Rlida this 23 day of July 201.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Nassau County. Florida
By: Is/ Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
Albertellil Law
Attorney for Plaintiff
P O. Box 23028
Tampa, FL 33623
(813)221-4743
S09-26294
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodations in order to
participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled at.nb cost to
you, to thlerprovision of certain
assistance. Please contact
Court Adintrrnistration at (904)
630-2564,witfin two (2) work-
;r.g day; of receipt of thls"
rorce Iit you are .hearing or
voice impaired. call 1-800-955-
8771. To file response please
contact Nassau County Clerk
of Court, 76347 Veteran's Way,
Yulee, FL 32097, Tel: (904) 548-
4600 x156,9; Fax (904) 327-579&
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1636

S'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, -
IN AND FOR
NASSAU CQUNTYFLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
'FILE NUMBER: 13 -CP-000174
S DIVISION:
IN RE: ESTATE OF CLARENCE
-TEAGUE FROSCHER,
Deceased. .
NOTICE TO6CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of'CLARENCE TEAGUE
::i,:.,' HEr ,cc-i-. d r,r-o:f
.-le oi a -air. ..a: .Jur-i 21,
2013; is pending in the Circuit
Court for Nassau County, '
Florida, Probate Division, the
,dtr&.' of -.hicl', i; '63J7-
'.eeIn-rarr,: W.3i,' 'jliee flona
3207 9 he name-: rad
.aaodrc. ol re per :or. irp-
Sre-inlani.'i ari ir.e -i:.ri:.nool
SrepTn:tr.r.1ri.. : aorr,' -aore
Lel I,31"I1" br/o1w
I if you have :been served
wi-r, a cop. *It t-,,r, norce and
0,'O ho. ain, clin, or
3-,,T.or,,rd ,2aar.' ,iececier, r ;
estate, even if that claims
unmatured, contingent or
jri,.lulidao ed ,.:u nrr,j:i I ,ri
claI, nil- i- Ir,- .-:uri Ci OF,,
BEE.-I"E THE L-iE-' OzF DArE
StYHATf IS .3 MONTHS AFTER THE*
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTERYOU
"rECEi.E A COPY OF THIS:
S j r,:I ., .
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
r,.r.a.-.:-lorT.-o i 3-iTira: r
'iaair .:t a ec ..,-rt : -:rale:
iri,.:luair,..i urT..rur.a conr,rr
gerr Dr iiri.1quidoal-d clair-
Sr '.,j:I ile Ir nir .:-iaOr nn ir r,- .
C: un ,tCr I ,R EE- RPE IHE [, iE :
THAT IS 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
SFIRGT 'PUBLIUC.A'I.C L'.LIF i -. rt
NMCiWSEn'm' o6 1onn 'ori.ann oI-
-i.LCL-It,.; DE?. Ar.,T h -riD-"
',BEiCii ': i5 r,,:,iT SC. FILED.
'WI. bE for,, '. E" B6-r~r.ED
i'.:',TWnH'5iT-rr ,3r-iTe TIME
PERiETCD SE rP,riH ABC,.E Afi,
'CL- .I.iLEC, r,,,,: ,'. ,; Eap3 ,L
OR TI, -.E AiET I HE DCEE.
.DEr L DATE. OF DEATH IS
B-",rEE' -:.. ,
iTh-c -3at- ,:-f i-,, Nr:i p-b.Il.
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SH'r.hl.iC. C,-:.-.KE E:;'-,
1 i: r, lEa r IC.1 I10"- 7
F,.rer' iu:',, L.,-..- & B-i !
501 rf;.-iin-,Avenue SrJieOiD2
Ja,:L ::,.r.,.ii .: F o-.'-a "a 3i230
(',J) Aiv.2O0. .
Er ", o .o..,l- :. l-,..-r .:.u .e,

Errol twoi P. nIor:tnjri- .4
F-er oor~ai Rn-pne :er,ai, -)
,':: E'. C. R'.SC? ET
co00I : C-.o.k Sh'il-i #IC' 1
rtLrnigion -'. ir i.i.o 223')?
21 07-31.-2013 & 08-07-2013
1638. .

REZONING NOTICE
I J:-IC.E iS HEI'EB, -IVEN
that ori Tuesday,.the 20th day
of Abgust 2013, at 7:00 PM.the
Planning and Zoning Board of
Ncssau County will hold pub-
lic hearing atthe Commission
Chambers, James S. Page
Governmental. Complex,.,
96135 Nassapou Place, Yulee,"
Foridda,32097 to consider appli-
cation No. R13-006 for. rezon-
Sing. Also, be it known that on
SMonday, the 23rd'cof day of
September 2013, at 7:00 RM.,
the Board :. of County,
Commissioners of Nassau
County will hold a public hear-
ing on the said application for r
Rezoning No., R13-006, at the
Commission Chambers, James.
S., Page Complex location
concerning the "following
described property in Nassau
County.
Location for the above
described property is: On the
west side of Amelia Concourse
(Amelia Walk Subdivision) at
Majestic Walk.
R13-006 proposes to rezone
the Hampton Lakes Planned
Unit Development (PUD) from
PUD to PUD to remove a 107
acre neighborhood commer-
clai portion of the Hampton -
Lakes PUD thereby leaving
459+/-acres remainder con-
sisting solely of, single family
residential development.
This applcation is filed by: -
AWVenture land IL l.LC.owner
and EOglandc -Tllms & Miller, -
Ihc., agent.
All interested-parties are
invited to attend the public
hearings and to be heard.
Copies of theApplication and
supporting information are
availble for inspection In the
office of the Nassau County
Growth Management Depart-
ment, 96161 Nassau Place.
Yulee, FL 32097. Comments
may aiso be directed in writing
to the Growth Mcaagement
Department, erraded to agre-


goryrissaucountyfl.com, or
received by telephone -at
(904) 491-7328. All comments
will become a part of the
record In this matter.
This hearing will be con-
ducted as -a quasi-judicial
hearing.
Persons with disabilities
requiring accommodations in
order to participate in this pro-
gram or activity should con-
tact the Growth Management
Department (904) 491-7328, or
Florida Relay Service (1-800-
955-8771) at least twenty-four
(24) hours in advance to
request such accommoda-
tion.
THE PUBUC IS INVITED TO BE
PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A
PERSON WISHES TO APPEAL
ANY DECISION MADE BY THE


BOARD, AGENCY OR COM-
MISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY
MATTER CONSIDERED ATSUCH
MEITI OR HEARINGiHE WILL
NEEDARECORDOFTHE PRO-
CEEDINGS AND FORTHAT PUR-
POSE. MAY NEED TO ENSURE
THAT AVERBATIM RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,
WHICH RECORD INCLIUDESTHE
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

NOTICE OF APPLICATlION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
CATAULINA TAX CO LLC US
BANK
SThe holder of the following
certificates) has filed sdaid cer-
tificate(s) for a tax deed to be
issued thereonrhe certificate
numbers) and. year of
issuance, the description of ne
property and the name(s) in
which it is assessed are as fol-
lows:
FRle Number 2013-026-TD
Certificate Number 3796
Parcel Number:
00-00-31-1800-0279-0272
Year of Issuance: 2011
Description of Property BLOCK
279 Si1/2 OF LOTS 27-30 IN OR
1242/1807 CITY OF FDNA
BEACH
Assessed To:
LOUISWTODDEST
'All of the above property is
located in Nassau County, In
the State of Florida,.
Unless such certilcate(s)
shall be redeemed according
to law, the properly described '
In such certificate or certifi-
cafes 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
September, 2013, betweenthe
hours of 11:00 am. and 2:00
p.rnaThe Clerk of Court's Office
Policy Is to, hold the saie at
11:30a.r .
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
NASSAU COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT '
RHODA GOODWIN-
.DEPUTY.CLERK -. ."
If you're a person with dis-
abilry who resdls any accom- '
riocdallon In order to partica-
par in Iris proceeding you
are erittlnied at no cost to you
to rine pro.ieon a certain assis-
tance, Please cbntact ttse-
ADA CobordlnatQr at (904)548- -
4600 press 0, at least 7 days
before yoUr scheduled court
appearance, or Jmmediately :
upon. rccel.ing iTs notifica-
tborn iIne lirrle before the
scheduled appearance Is less
than days; If.you are hearing
cr -cce irrparea call 711, '
Jt 77.1i.2013& *
08-07-14-21-2013 -
1630

REZONING NOTICE
IJOICE IS HEREBY' GI/EN
th-at or, Tusday the 20th day
Ol AugL 2013 .3t 7 00 PM C ie
Planning and Zoning Board ol
rj,.-su Co,-nt, 'jiii holaoaapub-
ll. r-anirg at mde Commissi on :
ChambersiJamesiS.. Page
GoverihhAferitA'o lOomplex,
96135 NaissdU, Placa; Yule,
,orida 32097 to consider appli- .
cation No.R13-007 for rezon-
r..i Alao beit known thai on
.lonacvay the 231a of day of
Sc-cpemoer 2313 a0 700 PM
the Board `qf County
Commissioners of Nassau
County will hold a public hear-
lrg or. i- said application for
Rn2c.-ring No R 13-007, at Ithe
C..mirrrmonrn CrmberlS Jamed
S. Page Complex location
concerning the following
-d-cribed proprirt.: In Nassau -
Ccurry
S Location for the. above .
described property Is: Orn the
west-side of Amelia Concourse ,
-at Majestic Walk.,
R1 3-007 proposes to rezone
approximately 107 acres from
Planned Unit Development
(PUD) .'to Planned Unit
Development (POD) thereby ,
removing, 107 acres from the
'approved Hampton Lakes
PUD and creating a new
Village Walk PUD consisting of
resldentiad a cid neighborhood '
commercialduses,,.. -
This application Is fled by:
,.Hampton Lakes', LLC c/o
Crescent`':Resources, LLC, '
owner andi England -ThIms &-
Miller, hInc., agent. .
All Interested parties are
Invited to attend the public
hearings and to be heard,
Copies of the Application and
supporting information are
available for Inspection In the
office of the Nassau County
Growth Management
Department, 96161 Nassau
Place, Yulee, FL 32097.
Comments may also be
directed In writing to the
Growth 'Management
Department, endled to agre-
gory@nassoucountyfl.com, or,
received by telephone at.
(904) 491-7328. All comments
will become a part of the -
record in tIls matter.
This hearing will be con-
ducted as a quasl-judlcai ,
hearing. ,
Persons with disabilities .
requiring accommodations In
order to participate in lis pro-,
gram or.activIty should con-,
tactthe Growth Management ;
Department (904) 491-7328.or.
Florida Relay Service (1-800-
955-8771) at lecst wenty-four,
(24) hours in advance to-
request such accommoda- -
tion.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE
PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A '
PERSON WISHES TO APPEAL
ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD, AGENCY OR COM-;
MISSIONWITH RESPECTTOANY ,
MATTEi CONSIDERED AT SUCH
MEETING OR HEARING, HEW1LL,
NEED A RECORD OF THE PRO-,
CEEDINGS AND FOR THAT PUR- -
POSE. MAY NEED TO ENSURE
THAT AVERBATIM RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,
WHICH.RECORD INCLUDESTHE:
TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE*


UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS
TO BE BASED.
The Planning and Zoning'
Board may continue hearing
on this matter.
PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF NASSAU COUNTY :
FLORIDA
/s/ Thorrmas Ford
Its Chairman
2107-31-20138& 08-07-2013
1641
LEGALS CONTINUED
ON NEXT PAGE
NOTICE TO ALL
CUSTOMERS:
lne Post Office Bx
niljinBgaddressf or the
News-Leader bhas d aged
from P.O. Box=766
to P.O. Box 16766.
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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7.2013/News-Leader


LEGAL NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVILACTION
CASE NO.:
45-2009-CA-000318
DIVISION: A
PHH MORTGAGE
CORPORATION,
Plaintiff.
vs,
ILA J CREECH A/K/A ILA
JEAN CREECH et ao,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF
S. FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Findal Judgment
of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated July 22, 2013 and
entered In Case No. 45-2009-
SCA-0031 8 of the Ctcuit Court
of the FOURTH Judtcld Circuit
in and for NASSAU County,
Florida wherein, PHH MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION. Is the
P laintiff and ILA J CREECH
A/K/A ILA JEAN CREECH;
SROBERT J CREECH A/K/A
ROBERT JOSEPH CREECH; are
the Defendants, The Clerk of
the Court will sell to*the high-
est and best bidder for cash at
NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX
S76347. VETERAN'S WAY YUILEE.
FLORIDA at..11:30AM, on the
5th day of December, 2013,:
the following described prop-
erty as set forth In-saild Final
Judgment: "
LOT49OFTHEWILSONNECK
SSUBDIVISION. ACCORDINGTO
PLAT OF THE SAME MADE BY
*HUGE M..THIGPEN. FLORIDA
REGISTERED SURVEYOR NUM-
BER 627, ON THE IOTH DAY'OF
OCTOBER 1955.,AS RECORDED
N THE PLAT BOOK NUMBER 4
AT PAGE 2 Oh THE PUBLIC
RECORDSOF NASSALIU COUN.
Ti FLORIDA Or, THE 1TH DAN
." Cf OCTOBER 19s, REFERENCE
STO SAI. PLAI. AND tHE
RECORDING IHEREOF BEING
.. HEREBY HAD FOR DESCRIPIlVE
AND ALL OTHER PURPOSES
A/K/A 85942 AVANT ROAD.
LULEE FL 32097
Atnv pesior, claiminr.g dra.
,nire lst ir the plus I-om the
50le It any other lhan the
S, property ownor as O Io te oae
of The Us Penaerns must file o
Sclaim othir, Sixty (60) days
alter the sale
WITNESS Ms HAND ant Ithe
s eal ol This Court on July 23
20 13. ,', , .. ,
J 6hn A. Crdwford.'.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Amanda Steam
Deputy.Clerk .
See Arrericarx with
DI ,OoilIt es+ A-,_"r
i. i yOU'e O aISoI". wiirIn0 -.
.tt-lrt ti-i.i rreel an,- occoiTr-
Smor-aalio,' in orael io 1patici.
'C.t- in t.is clrc, c -eaing ,oij
3- ei rli6a o',o ost o iaiO c,,j
tC Itre phCrir,-I cef loin ,ssig .
la-rnce'-leaso corrioci Ine cir-
Scuit court .31 (90d.,Q, 1'2] -5709,
21 0-i-2013 & 0a3l7-201>.
tMA2
.L. .....-... '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN A14D FOR NASSAU
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVI-
S "SION
Case No 12CA000654
', rri6'.lnJro Se,:urcO irncomne
SFurnO I LLC
RPalntfff,,',/'. -. *' *: '. ,-
. VS ,.? '; ,. ,,
Gar, Ernoir or. J.J:i'e
Emerson,..
Defendants,

,xREfi60LOSRFr6ALE-
S ,OIiCE i HEt Eb. Gi.,'Ei
prjruO'il a o urnmmi, Finoi
Ju,'imerot Foi'cIOsule
acItsO July 22 2013 eri-Ireoa
in Caie No 12CAOCG'S of Mtre
S Cicuit Courl or ih FourIt-,
Jijocial Circuil in ar-a tor
t I.osso:j County FlOulO.2ia wnre.
vi *i ,rr.rilu"oS'3C:u,,3 IncO-iTe
PFj,-,a I LLC ii Ihe Plaintilf rono
Gary Ereryor, jac6re Err.ersor,
ar' o.e he Deler.iaor Ih.- I ,iii
'sell to the highest and .best
oioaer Ior caIh ai, 76337
',elerar,: IVAo (ulee FlOriaO
S32097 oeginning at I I'M AM
nrite 26 0o, c-l Augut 2013
te IollOwing oescrioea. prop-
S ertly as ;Iet liori, ir, i.:o Final
Juagtr.erI to wn
ALL OF THAT CERTAIN ,
I PIECE PARCELOR TRACT OF
ISLAND LYING'AND BEING IN
THE COUNTY OF NASSAU..
ANDTHE STAkTE OF FLORIDA
KNOWN-AND DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOW';
A A PC-RhOII OF SECTIOrNS .
AND 48- TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
RANGE -28. EAST, NASSAU
COUNTY,' FLORIDA. SAID POR-
TION BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS.FOL-
LOWS: I '
FOR A POINT OF REFERENCE
COMMENCE, AT THE NORTH-
EAST CORNER OF SECTION 44,
STOWNSHIP'3 NORTH, RANGE
28 EAST, NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA! AND RUN NORTH 12
DEGREES '05'.42r EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF150.32 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 75'DEGREES 39'33'
WEST A DISTANCE 4OF 104.20
FEET;-THENCE NORTH 11
DEGREES 57' 50-. EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 44.47 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 29' 34'.
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 119.06
FEET TO A 5/8" IRON ROD AND
CAP"MAJ3E LB 7039" SET FOR
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING THUS DESCRIBED CON-
TINUE SOUTH 89 DEGREES' 29'
34"EASTA DISTANCE OF 435.05
FEET TO A FOUND 1/2" IRON
"ROD AND CAP 'LB 7039";
THENCE SOUTH 23 DEGREES 45'
10-EAStA DISTANCE OF 138.71.
FEET TO A FOUND 1/2" IRON
ROD'AND CAP 'RLS. 1558';
THENCE .NORTH 66 DEGREES
14'50' EAST, A DISTANCE OF
124.00 FEET TO A FOUND 5/8-
IRON ROD AND CAP PRL.S.
1558"; THrENCE SOUTH 23
DEGREES 45' 10' EAST. A DIS-
TANCE OF 183.72 FEET TO A
FOUND.5/8" IRON ROD AND
CAP -PLS. 1558"; THEN1CE
SOUTH 85 DEGREES -11' 47'
EAST. A DISTANCE OF 648.98
FEET TO A FOUND 5/8' IRON
ROD'AND CAP PRLS. 1558';
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 85
DEGREES 11' 47* EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF +/- 8.00 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE EDGE OF
MARSHLANDS OF MCGIRTS
CREEK SAID POINT BEING DES-
IGNATED AS POINT "X" IN THIS
DESCRIPTION; RETURN TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING AND
RUN NORTH 12 DEGREES


39"45 EAST, A DISTANCE OF
132.43 FEETTOA SET 5/8- IRON-
ROD AND CAP "MANZIE LB
7039'; THENCE SOUTH 79
DEGREES 45' 53- EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 1311.85 FEET. TO A
SET 5/8" IRON AND'CAP
"MANZIE LB7039'; THENCE
CONTINUE SOUTH 79 DEGREES
45- 53- EAST. A DISTANCE OF
+/- 14.00FEETTO.THE EDGE OF.
MARSHLANDS OF MCGIRTS
CREEK AFORESAID; THENCE IN
A SOUTHWESTERLY AND
SOUITHERLY. DIRECTION ALONG
THE EDGE OF SAID MARSH-
LANDS,' A DISTANCE OF +/-
213,00 FEET TO POINT- "X'
AFOREMENTIONED FOR THE
CLOSING POINT OF THIS
DESCRIPTION.
Dated ths 23 day ofJuly, 2013.
John Crawford


As Clerk of tthe Court
By /s/ Amanda Steam
As Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate In this proceeding,
you are entitled at no cost to
you, to'the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact the
ADA Coordinator for the cir-
' cuit court system at crtln-
trprcoj.net of (904) 630-2564
at least 7 days before your
scheduled court appearance,
or immediately upon receiv-
ing this notlflcatlon If the time
before the scheduled appear-
ance Is lessthan7 days; If you
are heating or volce impaired.
call 711; .
Copies Furnished to:
Jessloa L Fagen, Esquire.
Brock & Scott, PLLC
1501 NWW49th St. Suite 200
Fort Lauderdale. FL33309
FLCourtDo cs@brockand-
scott.com -
21 07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013
1643

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR -
NASSAU COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 45-2010-CA-
000406-AXX)(X-XX
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE INC..
Plaintiff,.
vs.
ROBIN D. SEVERSON; MARK E.
'SEVERSON; NORTH HAMPTON
ASSOCIATION,. INC.; MORT-
-GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
- TION SYSTEMS, INC. UNKNOWN
TENANT #1, UNKNOWN TENANT
4. -2, *
Deflenoanrts .
NOTCEOF. ..
FORECLOSURE SALE -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN :
pprsup ut toa Final Judgment
Of o ortclosule Ilea July 22.
S2013,er,nterea in Ci 0l Case No
45-2010-CA-000406-AXXX-)0(
Sato the Circuit Court of tfie
FOURTH Jualcaid Circurt In atna
for Nassau Counry FlorlaM te
CleK ol Court will sell to The
nighest ana best Diaaer for
cas', at Nassab Judicial
- Annex, 76347 Veterans Way.
,ae FL 32097 inaccorarnce
-. with Chapter 45 Floriaa
Silatutes on the 22 acyr oat
SOclobe, 2013 at 11 30 A.M.
on the following Oascrioea
property oa, set fortt- in saia
Fir .l Juagmert lo-wrtl '
Lot I319 North HoTmpron
Phasr.3e 2 according to the Plal
Ihereof bi recoraea in Pirat
Book 6 Page(s) 328 through'
333 ir.-lu.e Purjic Re.3ras of '
TNassau Country H-t o0a
Any per'ion claiming aont
interest it r.se -nulpius Trom the
sale it oart oirter than Ine
property owrel as 0o the oeate
of fa us Peroe- nrr.ul ir.le o
claim witin i60 Oa'3 after theie
salo
D;ted ris23aai cf July 2013
JOH, 'A CRAWFORD
CLERK COF THE CIRCJII COURT
AsCierkof the Court
BE i/s/ irr.oranaa Steoarn
Depury Clerk
MC CALLA RA'vMER .LLC.
/,OtrNE/ FOR PLAITTIFF
225 E ROBINSC.N SI SUITE 660
ORLANDO FL 32I01
It ,Ou are o per.or, with a
oi'.cJlit',' ihO neeas ona
.. ,CCOT-,'rOCd,-I0o-, Ir. oroer IO
c:'ce,': ccurt fciiA-.ll., c-fr.
lir-it-r li- ir, a .:c-:.i proceed-
r-.g u tu-rirt-" a nc c-a i
. 'qc7,u lo I rne pro.Jii.or,.ol cer-
StgLin assistance.To requestsuchtl
Or. .cco ,iT.rO"aatliOrn loE.ea
c'i,-toct Court AarTinirOator,
o0 least three Ousiness car/s
pior tO Ire requiruliao service
OI using or. of the iollo'ing
rrerhoao. Prone (9 0.) 630-
2564 Fa, (904) 630-i 146.
',"D/TrTY (800) 955-8770
(Florida Reliay 'erjice) E .Mail .
crtiJlrpi@coj.r,. t
21 07-31-2013 & 08.0.2013
1644

SIN IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THEr
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
S DIVISION
S CASE NO :
: '45-2012-CA-000607
T-NATIOtISTA? MORTGAGE LLC
Pilalnirl,
-VS.
TREANA .MICHELLE HIGGIN-
BOTHAMt VERNON NATHAN
HIGGIN6BOTHAM 'UNKNOWN
TENANT IN POSSESSIONN 1,
UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS-
SESSION 2,
Defendlrits. ,,
NOTICE OF
F > FORECLOSURE SALE
NQTICE'IS HEREBY.GIVEN
pursuant to a Findal Judgment
of ForeclosureflIed July 22.
2013, entered In CMI Case No.
45-2012-CA-000607 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 Judlpial
Annex. 76347 Veterans Way,
Yulee, FL 32097 In accordance
With Chapter 45. Florida
Statutes on -the 23 -day. of
September, 2013 at 11:30 AM,
on the following descrIbed.
property as set forth Irr saId
Final Judgment. to-wit:
A portion of. Section 1.
Townshlp 1 North. Range 24
East, Nassau County, Florida.
and being more particularly
described as follows;
CCommence at the Inter-
section of the Northerly Right
of Way line of Sandy Ford
Road (a 60 foot Right of Way)
With the Westerly Right of Way
line of U.S Highway No.301 (a
200 foot-RIght of'Way); thence
North 35 degrees 28 minutes
27 seconds East. along said
Westerly Right of Way line,
1684.16 feet to the Point of
Beginning; thence continue
North .35 degrees 28 minutes
27 seconds East. along said
Westerly Right of Way line.
421.06 feet; thence North 55
degrees 42 mInutes 30 sec-
onds West. 103.48 feet to the
Easrerly Right of Way line of
the C.S.X. Ralroad (a 200 Right
of Way); thence South 35
degrees 28 minutes 27 sec-
onds West. daong sad Easterly
Right of Way lIne. 421.06 feet
thence South 55 degrees 42


minutes 30 seconds East,
S103.48 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Together wIth.that certain
1988 Doublewlde CHAP
SMoble Home. VIN#'S
GAFLU05A14048CH and
GAFUL05B14048CH
Any person claiming an
SInterest In the surplus from the
sale. If any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the Us Pendens,. must le a
cldm.within 60 days after the
sale.
Dated this 23 day of July2013.
JOHN. CRAWFORD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
As Clerk of the Court
BY/s/Amanda Steam
Deputy Clerk
MC CALLA RAYMER. LLC,
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
225 E. ROBINSON ST. SUITE 660
SORLANDO, FL 32801
If you are a person with a


disablty who needs an DEAD OR AUVE WHETHER SAID
accommodation In order to UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
access court facilities or par- CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUS-
tIcipate In a court proceed- ES. HERS. DEVISEES. GRANTEES
Ing you are entitled. at no cost OR OTHER CLAIMANTS,
to you to tie provision of cer- Defendants.
tfain assistance.lb request such NOTICE OF SALE.
an accommodatlorn, please Noticeis hereby given that.
contact Court Admilistration. pursuant to a Summary
at least three business days Judgment of Foreclosure. I wi.
prior to the required service sell,the following described
by using on of the following property located In Nassau
methods: Phone -(904) 630- County, Florida: -
2564; Fax (904) 630-1146; Lot 8 of PIGEON CREEK
TTD/TY (800) 955-8770 RIDGE, according to the Ploat
(Florida Relay Service). E-Mal thereof as recorded in Plat
-crtIntrp@cp.net Book 6. Page 299. of the Public
2t 07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013 Records of Nassau County-
1645 RFlorlda. together with that cer-
ftain 2005 GENM DoubleWlde
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Mobile Home. ID# -
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF GMHGA40532613A and
FLORIDA IN AND FOR GMHGA40532613B. Lengths
NASSAU COUNTY and Widths 70' x t5' & 70' x
GENERAL. JURISDICTION 15'. which by Intention of the
DIVISION Parties and upon retirement
CASENO. 28f2-9A-000061 -of the Certification of Title as
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE. UL.C. provided in 319.261. Florida.
Plaintlff, Statutes.shal constitute a part ,
vs. of the realty shall pass with it.
CYNTHIA L HICKS, UNKNOWN Property Address: 17954
SPOUSEOF CYNTHIA L HICKS, Andrews Road, Hiliard. Florioda
DEERFIELD ACRES PROPERTY 32046
OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. Tax Parcel Id# 26-4N-23-
UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS- 1640-0008-0000 .
SESSION #1. UNKNOWN TEN- TheClerkofthisCourt sliall .
ANT IN POSSESSION #Z sellthe property tothe highest
Defendants. bidder for cash. August 28,.
NOTICEOF '2013.atl:30am.,datthefront
FORECLOSURE SALE entrance door of the Nassau c
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN County Judicial Annex. 76347
pursuant to a Final Judgment Veterans Way Yulee, Florila,
of Foreclosure filed July 22, 32I97. In accordance with
2013. enteredin CMIvil Case No. Chapter 45. Florida Statutes.
20t12-CA-000061 ofthe Circuit ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN E
Court of. the FOURTH Judicial INTERESTINTHESSURPLUSFROM.
Circuit In and for Nassau THESALE, IFANY, OTHERTHAN
County. Florida, the Clerk of THE PROPERl' OVnER AS OF
Court will sell to the highest THE DATE OF US PEIIDENS M.ST
ana dbest biader for cash ai RFILE A CLAIM WiTHIN 60 DAYS,
Nassau Judicial Annex 76347 -," AFTER THE SALE
Veterans Way.Yulee. FL 32097 WITNESS rr., nor, o,-,a .-A F
In accordance with Chapter of this Court or July 2Ai l 2013
45, RFlorida Statutes on the 23 CLERK CIRCUIT CC-,uPI
day of Septemoer 2013 a? By /s/ iracy Poore
11 30 A M or, the following Deputy Clerk
aescnoea property as set forth 2107-31.2013&0".07.-2013
in saa Find Juagmert, to-wit 1650: ":
Lot 46. DEERFIELD ACRES ., --.
according to the iat thereof Not6e Is hereby given to the
as recoraea inPIcrl Book 5, following persons at the lost
. Pages 299 300. public known address of:
records of Nassau County. Andrew A beara
Floraa 2314 Penorool. Dr
Any person claiming an Feronarbiano Beach FL :203
Interest in the surplus from The Raymo,-a L Boone
sale, if oar other thail Tkhe 3772 Falcon Dr
Spropery owrer as ttheoalte Hilliar aFL 320.4 .
Sof me Us Pernaens must file a Alice C Coppoage
claim within 60 ayaa afler the 371181 i C'od6 31
sale., 1 hiiara FL. 32046
Dated this 23 day of July, Joie 0 Leoror.
' 2013; '1"5;. ". ,' ', d5105Micc r i
JOHN A.CRAWFORD Cilohar.r FL 32011
CLERK OF THE CIRCUil COURT De.r.re t"h,-T,.o
As Clerk ol the Court 8L182 Lornnie Crew: Ra
B9 /s/ Arrnda Stearrn Fernnainan beach' FL :320.':1
Deput, Clerk Teaa.jA lulion
MC CALLA RAYMERI LLC, 2151 PeDIe S ac:r WaO/
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF FErnanairo Beacr.: Fl. i2013
225 E. ROBINSON ST SUJITE 660 Chor'r,-r.-.ha rI Washilrior,
ORLANDO FL 32801 317 S 1rh '`
If )ou ore a person with a Feinaraino bea-cr, FL 320C1 I
aisaiolliTi wrio needs or, briaron S Workrrior,
occommoacollor, In broer to 44010 AoO BEcao-rt'. Lr
access court facilities 0o or- Callan-or,FL3201i i
ticipoate in a cortr proceca- Purtuo',lI TO S"ction o8 i'.
ing you a e erntillea at no con Fiori- O SItjie. ,ou .')ro hre-
to yOU 1. the provJison oi cer b/ noiteci a -or .:.u ioe- Icr-
fan assis arce To rlueas A.je h :n iail'/ Irreliglile tO 06 regilsie-d
an occommoaotior, please to vc.r- Filur- ro r-soc-'noC
contact Court Aalrnii..V1lior, wItir-i, rhirrt (l) ,oays altr ntis-
atol least Itrree oiusiness aoys noTic. is ourClist'.A, rr..I, r.ijll
prior to the required service in a aefL.rnlir..3iion of in-rii:i.
y LJirg orn of tre following oili f', Ire ,'*i.3,aJ Coa-r,r,
nmelthoas Pone (904) 6.30- Surervlo ,oi Electior: on -.
25fo,-. Fa (04) 630.114.6 rermovaaol Of ,ur riE,,Tim orn
rID/TTN (810) 055-8770 it-c tolt.i.O ..:,ter rgqTraI
(Florrao RelOE Serjice) E-Mail not, y.sirr, PlF.e,-co ar,.i.,:l
:rtlr.trD@coj rnei t-ie Super.,'i.r no io ri, ir.
2iQ7-3i-20I3&08l3 7.'20l1'L a-r 43) arn-r r,ol-
i.4 ,-1 li_-rr,.,l r- O It1-.1: ouJCIlrt-,?,- 1 h"r,0 "*: -- 1 "
.......... *-*J .s-1ie irlirrti-.3 ;r, .i-_ 3.,l'.] .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT-OF THE the O,': for Ire lr.t-r,iill i-ir,-
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 131q'ilir ar, the prc caujr,. Ic
FLORIDA IN AND FOR resole r1-,.; iT,1M n I tlur-lar
NASSAU COUNTY osElilarce is reOac, pneo.e
GENERAL JURISDICTION conitoct Ih-e Suoerv-,ii.:r '01
DIVISION Dec ions oifthenrurrioe, slilc-o
CASE NO. celow., .
45-2012-CA-000220 \. Vickl PConn,-r.
DU MORTGAGE CAPItAL IN: I-Jaos-u Courr
Ploinnlt f Supcruivor O1 EleHIlcre
,vs. ,'.. . , 9613, t,'assa3j Piolac ute .,
JUSTINJ. BRADBURY. MIND T. v'uee Floaoid 3209?
BRADBURY. NASSAU-RIVER T elepr.ore 900J-l.-74,O
). GLEN HOMEOt/JER ASiO foll lF-ee I .66-23j .430i
,CLAFOt'INC UNIKNC`ICWVNTEtI- TDDO9J-491.7!,1hi)
SANT IN POSSESSION 1. 11 08-07.2013
LIUNKNOWN..TENANT IN POS- 1656 : '
SESSION 2 L .
Delenoarints : IN THE CIRtUIT COURT OF THE
NOTICE OF .- 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. .
FORECLOSURE SALE IN AND FOR "
S NOTICE I6 HEREBY' GIvEN ; NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA r
pursuont to a Fir.il Juagmnent CIVIL DIVISION
of Foreclosure fi -oDeceroer CASE NO,: 45-20 10,CA- .
1.]20120nlerealnCivilCase '. 00666-AXXX-YX F
No 45-2012-CA-C00220ol0 trie AUPORALC-ANSERIACE, LLC L
Circuit Court of the FOUPITH Ploti.lit,
Judicial Ciicuit in and for vs. .
Nassau County. Florida the VIRGINIA SUE YOW; MORT-
Clerk of Court will sell to the GAGE ELECTRO1IC REGISTRA--.
higheos.t, ana oe olaaer for -ION SYS'rEMIS iNC 4A3 rJOMi..
cash at Nassau Jualciaol NEE FOr< Cri MC,.PTGAGE
Annex 76347 Veterans Way, COMPANY. LLC; UNKNOWN E
Yiee,FL 32097 In accordance TENANT (S); JAMES S.YOW; IN
with Chapter 45. Florida. POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT \
Statutes on thie .26 day of PROPERTY
August,2013at 11:30A.M.on"" Defendnan. -
thefoltowlngdescrilbedpcop- \NOTICEQF
erty as set forth In said Final FORECLOSURE SALE
JuagmernI Io-wit ;. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Lot 126. Rirer Gler, Phase" pursuant toFinal Judgmentof
One, according to the plat Foreclosure dated the 23 day
Thereof as recorded In Plat of July, 2013 and entered In
Book 7,P4age 263, of the Public Case N.45-2010-CA-000666- I
Records of Nassau County, AX)X-YX oftheCircuitCourtof
Florida. t he4HJudlclalClrcuit In and
Any person daiming an" for Nassau County. Florida
?Interest In the splusflom the wherein NATIONSTAR MORT-
sale. If any, other than the GAGE LLC and is the Plaintiff
propertyownerasofthedate and VIRGINIASUEYOCM MORT-
of the Us Pendens; must ftlea GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
claimwIthn 60 dys after the -,TION SYSTEMS. INC AS NOMI-
ole. '. "'- NEE FOR CTX MORTGAGE
Datedthis23cdayofJuly.2013. COMPANY, LLC, UNKNOWN
JOHN. CRAWFORD TENANT( and JAMES S.YOW
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT IN POSSESSION OFTHE'SUBJECT
As Clerk of the CoUrt PROPERTY are defendanls.lhe
BY /s/Tracy Poore Clerk of this Court shall sell to
Deputy Clerk : the highest and best bidder
MC CALLA RAYMER, LLC. for tash at the, AT THE MAIN
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF EENTRANCE OFTHE NASSAU
225 E. ROBINSON ST. SUITE 660 JUDICIAL ANNEX 76347 VET- .
ORLANDO. FL 32801 ERANS WAY YULEE; Ft 32097.
If you are a person wih a 11:30 AM on the 29 day of
disability who needs an August. 2013. see the follow-
accommodation In order to Ing described property as set
access court facilities or par- forth In said Final Judgment.
tlcipate In a"court proceed- to wit:
ing.youare enaftled.at no cost EXHIBIT'A".
to you, to the provision of cer- AU. THAT CERTAIN PIECE
tdrsassistanceTo requestsuch OR PARCEL OF LAND LYING
an accommodation, please AND BEING A PORTION OF.
contact Court Adrministration SECTION FOUR (4). TOWNSHP
at least three business days 1WO() NORTH. RANGETWEN-
prior to the required service TY-SEVEN (2,7) EAST. NASSAU
by usng on of the following COUNTY FLORIDA AND BEING
methods: Phone (904) 630- MORE PARTICULARLY
2564; Fax (904) 630-1146; DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
TTD/ITY (800) 955-8770 FOR A POINT OF REFER- -
(Florida Relay Service). E-Mal ENCE. COMMENCE AT THE
cntntrp~co).net NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOT
2t07-31-2013 & 08-07-2013 FORlY-SIX (46). FLOOD ACRES.
1647 UNIT ONE (1). AS SHOWN ON
---- PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 4 PAGE 20. PUBLIC RECORDS
FOURTH OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA;
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND. THENCE NORTH 3 DEGREES. 28
SFOR NASSAU COUNTY. MINUTES. 31 SECONDS EAST
FLORIDA ALONG THE WESTERlY RIGHT
CASENO.: 11-CA-532 OF WAY OF CARDINAL ROAD.
WATSON MORTGAGE CORP. (HAVING A SKW (600) FOOT
a Florida corporation. RIGHT OF WAY), A DISTANCE
Piaintif OF 15489 FEEL DEED DISTANCE
v OF 153.85 FEET) TO A CON-
E)A MARE LPOOR.an unmar- CREATE MONUMENT AND THE
ried wonmar FLORIDA HOUS- POINT OF BEGP*NG; THENCE I
ING FINANCE CORPORATION, CONTINUE NORTH 3 DEGREES.
a Florida Corporation. JOHN 28 MINUTES, 31 SECONDS EAST
DOE 11. and UNKNOWN TEN- ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WA A
ANT' IN POSSESSION; JOHN DISTANCE OF 295.07 FEEL
DOE #2. and UNKNOWN TEN- (DEED DISTANCE OF 297.56
ANT IN POSSESSION; F LIVING. FEET) TO A CONCRETE MONU-
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES MENT; THENCE NORTH 88
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH. DEGREES. 42 MINUTES, 30 SEC-
UNDER OR AGAINST THE ONDSWES (DEEDBEARNGOF
ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS NORTH 86 DEGREES, 31 MIN-
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE UTES29 SECONDS WEST) A DIS-


TANCE OF 217.39 FEET (DEED
DISTANCE OF 217.37 FEET) TO
AN IRON. THENCE SOUTH 3
DEGREES. 36 MINUTES. 56.SEC-
ONDS WEST. (DEED BEARING
OF SOUTH 3 DEGREES. 28 MIN-
UTES.31 SECONDSIESI).ADIS-
TANCE OF 284.80 FEET (DEED
DISTANCE OF 294.7 FEED) TO
AN IRON; THENCE SOUTH 86
DEGREES, 00 MINUTES. 12 SEC-
ONDS EAST. (DEED BEARING
SOUTH 86 DEGREES. 31 MN-
UTES 29 SECONDS EAST) A DIS-
TANCE OF 217.94 FEET (DEE)
DISTANCE OF 217.37 FEET) TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTERESTINTHESURPLU.SOFTHE
SALE IF ANY. OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OW.'ER AS OF THE
DATE OF US PENOBS MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER
THE SALE
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
particpate intlts proceeding
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance please contactthe
ADA Coordinator at crtin-
trp@coj.nriet or (904) .30-2564
at least 7 days before-your
scheduled court appearance.
or .Immediately upon rectiv-
ing this notification if the lime
before the scheduled appear-
ance is lessIhan 7 days; If you
are hearing or voice Impaired.
call 711.
Dated this 24 day of Jly 2013.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
Clerk of The Circuit Court
By: /si Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk .
Submitted by: -.
Choice Legal Group. PA.
1800 NW 49th Street Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale. Florida 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1.800-441-2438
DESIGNATED PRIMARY E-MAIL
FOR ERViCE PuRSUANT 10
FLA.R JUD ADMiN2516
eservlce@degalgroup.com-
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 BAIK NTiATiO-LAL

FloirI11, i ; t\.

JAMES A MAG LIiRE; UN-
KNOWI SPOUSE OF JAMES A.
MAGUIRE; UNKNOWN TENANT
i. IJtrl<-OW, FF1 rAN1I Ai ND
'LLII i.ir .It IWN FPATIES CLAIM-
ItG b'r' ieTHROUJGH UNDER OR
AGAirgiT THE ABOVE teAMED
DEFEIlDINt(S) WHC- (S/ARE)
I-lOit I'Icr.N TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE WHETHEr" SAID jrj-
iIiC-,WVN PARIIES CLAIM AS
HELPS DE.-ISEE' GRAFITEES
A',Sl.;rIEES LIENORtS. CREDI-
TORS iR.uTIEES CuPOWES. OR
,-::i-EK :Lt.1rilSr. JcOHN F
PiSSE A/V/A J)HN EDWARD
RiSE
D.eler1o3rir
rlOICIEE COF '..ALE
I ori.:-1:7 r, rr-.etCy gIver. rf-itl,
pursu,:lt tO Ire Fial Juag-
merrI ol F-:.rdcl-.;ure dlC31e
Juir' 23 ,013 in rr 1.; :ause I will
-e. 11I re1 pot err- r,' itu3.a ir-
JA q ..)A Counrt' Florida
.eo-:rped -i.
ALL THA.I CERTAIN TRACT
OIr PATCEL.OF LAIND- iT1. lE
L,ttiG AND BEING IN N'SSULI
,,T'-Lii FL':'RIDA BEING
tVi-.E F -'TCi.iLAT u L. Et-CrJr.-,
eC' -C, F -.L ,;", .- . I -,-
LOI T'5 HOLL' FOir iT LINIT 4
UNr PARTi CF 'SFECTIO 36 TOWN-
SHiP 2 rTIORTH RANGE 27 EAST
At.-D SECTiON i'.-5 IC>WNSHIP 2
rORtorH RANGE 28 EAST NAS-
SAU. COULTi, FLORIDA
DESCRPiBED A FOLLOWS
CCMIENCEAT THE r.-ORTH.
WEST CORNER-OF SECTION.45
(JC-Hr.i CHRI'TOPHiER GRANT)
TOWtSHIjP 2 NORIH. RANGE
28 EAST THENtCE SOUTH 22
DEG-SEET I MINtIES EAST,
26;5 -5 FEET. HENCE SOUTH
5, DEGREES 35 MINUTES 50
SECOnrDS EAST 145809 FEET.
THENjCE NORIH 63 DEGREES
42tMiriJ1ES3T-JiSECOfIlD EASi
"0.37 FEET TO ITHE EASIERL'Vi
RIGHT OF WAY UNE COF HOLLY
POINTt DRivE EAST (A 60 FOOT
RIGHT OF WA'). THENCE
ALOUG THE EASTERLY RIGHT
OF WAr LiIE OF SAID HOLLY
POINT DRIVE EAST A' FOL-
LOWS SOUTH 5.6 DEGREES 3-
t.ll!JUIES 50 SECONDS EAST
1056 .6 FEET SOUTH 80
DEGREES 20 MI-NUTES 20 SEC-
ONDS EAST 1.30 74 FEET, SOUTH
60 DEGREES 22 MINLITE7 30
SECONDS EAST 100 47 FEET
CSOUJTH 63 DEGREES 27 MINUTES
20 SECONDS EAST 295.74 FEET.
'OUJTH 05 DEGREES 57 MINUTES
40 SECONDS WEST,. 230 35 FEET
i0 THE NfOJRTHWESTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY UNE OF HOLLY POINT
DRIVE SOUTH (A 60 FOOl
RiG-HI.OF WA/). THENCE SOUTH
21 DEGREES 04 MINUTES 20
SECONDS EAST 60 FEET TO THE
SOUTHEASTERlY RIGHT OFWAY
UNE OF SAID HOLLY POINT
DRIVE SOUTH; THENCE SOUTH
68 DEGREES 55 MINUTES 40
SECONDS WEST ALONG THE
SAIDSOUTHEASTERIY RIGHT OF.
WAY UNE OF SAID HOLLY POINT
DRIVE SOUTH. 681.74 FEET TO;
THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY
UNE OF CEDAR LANE (A.60.
FOOT RIGHT OF WAY);.THENCE
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 14 MINUTES
I0 SECONDS WEST,62 FEETTO
THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF-WAY
UNE OF SAID CEDAR LANE;
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES-
16MINUTES 50 SECONDS WEST.
ALONG THE. SAID SOUTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY- Ll.NE OF tHOLLY
POINT:DRIVE SOUTH. 585 FEET
TOlTHE EASTERlY RIGHT OFWAY
LINE OF DUCK LAKE DRIVE (A
60 FOOT RIGHT OF WAY);-
THENCE ALONG THE EASTERLY
AND SOUTHERLY RIGHT OFWAY
UNE OFSAID DUCK LAKE DRIVE
THE ,FOLLOWING COURSES:
SOUTH ll DEGREES 23 MINUTES
10SECONES WEST 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;TH1-B-NCE
SOUTH 68 DEGREES 59 MINUIES
.45 SECONDS WEST. 207.5 FEET:
THENCE NORTH 86 DEGREES
03MINUTES I0SECONf6WEST -
424.07 FEET; TI-ENCE NORTH 31
DEGREES 03 MINUTES 36 SEC-
ONDS WEST. 365.85 FEET TOTHE
INTERSECTION OF THE SOUTH--


WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY. UNE
OF SAID DUCK ,LAKE DRIVE
SOUTH WITH THE SOUTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY LINE 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 7357 FEET THENCE
NORTH .03 DEGREES 40 MIN-
UTES 02 SECONDS WEST, 211.1.
FEET; THENCE NORTH 25
DEGREES 30 MINUTES 02 SEC-
ONDS EAST 477.6 FEET: THENCE
SOUTH 75 DEGREES 12 MINUTES
02 SECONDS WEST ALONGTHE
SOUTHERlY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF PALM CIRCLE NORTH (A60


* 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 OFA CURVE CON-
CAVE SOUTHEAST AND HAV-
INGA RADIUS OF 98.73 FEET;
THENCE AROUND SAID CURVE
AN ARC DISTANCE OF 59.3
FEET TO THE POINT OF TAN-
GENCY THEREOF; T"ENCE
SOUTH 60 DEGREES 01 MINUTES
58 SECONDS EAST 209.9 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 25 DEGREES
30 MINUTES 02SECONDS 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 NQLTY KINGSWOOD
WITH ID 48-10082A. TITLE NO.
83309733 AND ID #N810082B.
TITLE NO.83309831 AS PART OF
THE REAL PROPERTY HEREIN.
at pubic sale on August 29.
2013. at eleven thirty o'clock
am.. at the Nassau County
Judiciald Annex 76347 Veterans
Way, Yulee. FL 32097. to the
highest bidder for cash. except
as prescribed In paragraph 4.
In accordance with Section
45.031. Floridao Statues.
Any person claiming an
interest In the surplus from the
sale; if any, other than the
property ownercisof the date
of the lls Pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after.the
sale.
Dated at Femand'lha
Beach. Florida, this 24th day .
ofJuly,.201&.
John A.Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court -,.
By:/s/Tracy Poore -
Deputy. Clerk -
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT (ADA) NOTICE INDi-
ViDUALS WITH DISABILITIES
NEEDING A REASONABLE
ACCOMMODATION TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING -
SHOULD CONTACTTHE COURT
ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE AS -"
SOON AS POSSIBLE TELEPHONE ,
(904) 630-2564 OR. IF HEAR-
ING IMPAIRED 1-800-955-8771
(IDD). OR 1-800-955-8770 (V)
SVIA FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE
2t07-31-2013&08-07-2013
1652 .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
-COUNTY. FLORIDA'
GENERAL JURISDICTION.
DIVISION
Case No 2013-CA-000217 '
aeuitsche Bank Trust Corpany'
Amerilcs ac tusTlee tor Dover
Mortgage Capritda Corpora-
tion Griantor Trusl Certmficate
Serles2004-A '
Plaintiff, .
vs. ,' .* .. .'
Juoa A Langle y -/k/a Juay
Lorngley-. un known Spouse o1
Juay A Largleey o/k/o Juay
Langley.' Jerry N Larngley.
Urnknown Ternar-1 #I Linkrnown
Tenant 2
Delenoarnts
NOTICE OF ACTION -
COniULRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO Jerry II Lrglle,
Lat Rnown Acaress: 292433
gigeonCreeltI-iliaro. FL32046
/OlJ ARE HEPEB,' NOTIFIED
ihal or, action lor, o foreclose oa
mortgage or, the following
proporrv
A PORTIC-I I C'F THE SAMIJEL
CLAP -m AD GEORGE S
BROWrJlLA ir. T-KTIs .a;
iOWNSHIP CORItH .RANGE
24 EAST AND FPC-RriOrI OF
GOvERNMENT LOT 4 SECIIOri
7 TOWNSHIP .4 NORTH. RANGE
24 EAS T NASSALI COUNTY.
FLORIDA BEING MORE PARTIC-
ULILARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS
COMMI-ENCE ATTHE SOUTH.
WEST CORNER OF SEC TION 7
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH RANGE
24 EAST. THENCE NORTH 07
DEGREES 52 02- EAST LONG
THE EAST LINE OF SAID SEC rlIO
.31.1778 86 FEET TO THE INTER-
SECTrION OF THE EASIL'UNE OF,
SECTION 41 WITH THE WESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY UNE OF PIGEON
CREEK ROAD (A 4000 FOOT
GRADED ROAD) AND IHE
POINT OF BEGINNING. THENCE
SOUTH 23 DEGREES 36' 11"
WESI. ALONG SAID WESTERLY '
RIGHT COF WA' UNE OF P C*IGEON
CREEK ROAD. 22822 FEET.
THENCE NORTH 45 DEGREES
45' 28" WEST 366 20 FEET TO
IHE EASTERLY BOUNDARf OF
LAKE HAMPTON ESTATES. AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5,
PAGES 336 AND 337 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY. THENCE NORTH 04
DEGREES 4I 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 LINE OF AFORESAID
PIGEON CREEK ROAD;.THENCE
SOUTH-'23 DEGREES 36' 11"
WEST, ALONG SAID WESTERLY
RIGHTOFWAYULINE. 136.43 FEET
5-TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
+, TOGETHER WITH A 2001
FLEEIWOOD DOUBLE-WIDE
MOBCMLE HOME; VIN NUMBERS
'- GAFL13518065HH21 AND'
GAFL135818065HH21. .
has been ed against you-
and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defen-
se. If any, to It oh Kelly M. *
Wit-insn Esquire. Brock & Scott..
,PLLC., the flantiff's ciltorney;.
whose address Is 1501 N.W.
49th Street, Suite 200. FT..
- Lauderdale. 33309, on or
before Sepe er 7.2013. and
fle the origria with the Clerk
of this Court either before serv-
ice on Plalntiff's attorney or
i ImmedIately thereafter; 'oth-
erwise. a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In-the corn- -
plaint or petition.
DATED on July 25.2013.
John Crawford -
As Clerkof the Court
Is! Megan Sawyer
As Deputy Clerk
2t07-31-2013& 08-07-2013
1653" -

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
-IN AND FOR NASSAU
tCOUNIY, FLORIDA
-CVILACTION -
CASE NO.:
45-201 !-CA-000399 "
DIVISION:A


BANKOFAMERICA .AAS
SUCCESSORBY.MERGERTO
BAC HOME LOANS SERVIC-
ING. LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS SERVICING LR
PRidntift -.
VS.
ANDREW D. KELMERS,et al.
Defendants).
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment
of- Mortgage Foreclosure
ddted July 19. 2013 and
entered In Case No. 45-2011-
CA000399 of the Circuit Court
of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit
in and for NASSAU County.
Florida wherein. BANK OF
AMERICA NA.ASSUCCESSOR
BY MERGER TO BAC HOME
LOANS SERVICING. LP FKA
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS


SERVICING LR is the Plaintiff
and ANDREW D. KELMERS. .
BARBARA W. KELMERS; MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS INCORPORAT-
ED AS NOMINEE FOR
CMMORTGAGE. INC, AMELIA
WOODS BEACH AND RAC-
QUET CLUB CONDOMINIUM
ASSOCIATION INC. ore 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. the
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 RECORDEDIN OFFI-
CIAL RECORDS BOOK'240,
PAGE 639 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TY FLORIDA. AS AMENDED BY
INSTRUMENT FILEDJN 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 ELEMENTSAPPURTENANT
THERETO AS SET FORTH IN SAID
. DECLARATION'
A/K/A 2700 MIZELL AVENUE
UNIT 802 FERNANDINA BEACH.
FL32034
Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus from the
sale. If any, other than the
property owner as.of the date r
of the Us Pendens must fie a
claim .within sixty (60) days
after the sate. '
WITNESS MY HAND and the.
seal of this Court on July 24.
2013.
John A.Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk .
'" See Americans with
DisabIlities Act -
If you aore' person win a aos-
aoilty who neeasary a occor,-
moaotion in order To p.clrici-
pate In this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you.
to the provlsion of certain assis-
tance please contact the cir-
cuit court at (904)321-5709.
2t07-31-2013& ,
.08-07-2013 .
-1 6 5 4 ', '-

The St. Johns Rive i Water
Management District (District)
gives notice of receipt of the
following permit appllca-
ton(s):
Standard General and
Stdandcard ERP-,Permit
Applications
AmeliaParkNorth Inc. 3675
PineSi Jocksorwitie. FL 32205.
applicaltior. .089-26869-10
The project iI locate ir,
r-lasu Courry Seclior,' 2.
atna 29 Towrinsmip 3 North
Range 26 East ari la irCuO
I 97 acres The Er iror.m9rre.r
Resource Peritl applications,
is for tinq construction ol a Sur-
face water marragenr.ent Sys-
rernri to .senO a ae-elprrient
known ra, Norih /rl1age.
rre ril(s) conialinig the
permril applicatl.n({a) are crcio-
aie lafor inspection Moniay
thiougr. FrlIaaoi icept Iot
CDi.strict noloarys 8 a m tom 5 ,
p rr, at the Di-rcl *
He.ioaauoratiers A04 1e ia I
Pal1kla,-FL-32i7'-2i629 rou
,n,1 0lo view ilesi at ore al
Thm DIsir:,I S ei-,i.:e Ceriters
Oul ,c.u stoulo call Service
Center sitd n in avarice to
rrIToke sure that the files ale at
a soeclific Seijice Cernie
Serrice Cerper contloct info-r.
rr, 3tion is c'ailooIe onlinre at
loar loaswater corri/coriac-
TJus/otffice; rImi Aaaior.'lly.
mosi permit application tile
documents con b De *,iewea
online at llorias-water CornT/
permittirng/ir-dex.hlrni To
oOtlain irforr.3tion or how to
final aria vsew permr on applicO-
fior, file documents, go to tIe
HELP tao ir, E..Permitirg ana a
click on SuFpport arioa FAQs ar
then follow the airelions oro-
viaed unaer "How to lrio a
Technical Stifl Reoort (TSR)or
other application file aoocu-
ments"
The aecivot on Slandara
General aria Stonatora permit- .
applications will oe rmaae at
the DitricI'E Serice Cerner
where the application is
processes urtess thne appli-
cation is upgraded to an
Irnavioud permit a,; exploinea
below A suslantal onJeclion
to a Standara generall or
Standard permit application
must be made'ln'writing and,
;flied with (tecelved -by) the -
Dfrec for. Bureau of Regilatory "
Support PO Box 1429. Paau ra
FL 32178-1.329 ao oy e-mail a ,
SapDlicationsupport@s rI-
wma corri within 14 aoa)s ol
notification of the applIcation. -"
.Please Incltide either the
Permrnit'Aplicatlon numberor-
the Project NameInthe objec-
tioh. Notification of the appli-
cation Is either the flfth.day
after the date on which the -
written notice Is deposited In
the U.S.mall (for those persons
who receive actual notice by
U.S. mal), the day the notice Is
emalled (for those persons.
who receive actual notice by
emall) or the date the notice
Is published.In the newspaper
(if actual notice Is not provid-
ed by U.S. mall or email). A
"substantial objectioh' means
a written statement directed "
to the District that Identifies
the objector, concerns hydro-
Ipgic or envIr6nmentd
Impacts of the proposed
activity, and relates to appli-
cable rule criteria. A timely
sustantidt objection wtlause
the Standard General or
Standard permit application
to be considered an applica-
lion for an IndMduatpermit. If
the District receives a timely
substantid objection from you
then you wlB receive written
notice of the DIstrict's intend-
ed decision on the permit
application.
Please note that decisions ,
on Individual permit applica-
tions Wi be made either by
the DistrIct's Executive Director
oatdesignee (for those appli-
cations.whlch ore recom-
_mended for approval) or by
theDstrict's Governing Board


(for those applications which
are recommended for denkd).
For IndMdual permit applica-
tions, you are advised to noti-
fy the District within 14 days of
-notification of the applica-
tion(s) If you have questions,
objections, comments, or Infor-
mation regarding the activity
proposed In the permit appli-
cation. If you make a written
requestto the District for oddl-
tionald Information regarding a
specific permit application.
you wil be provided an oppor-
tunity to obtain the available
Information. Please note that
filing a written objection does
not entitle you to a Chapter
120, Florida Statutes. aodminis-
trative hearing: .- -
Notice of Intended (pro-


pose) Dstrict Dec-son will be-
praoioeo to persons %io have
req.estea i:nocuda notice. A
request for individual notice
of intenoed proposed ) Disi sct
Decision on the application'
must be received by the
District's Director. Bureau of
Regulatory Support prior to tha'
date the notice of intended
proposedd) District Decision Is
generated.
Margaret Daniels,
Bureau Chef .
Bureau of Regulatory
Support-
St. Johns River Water
Management District
4049 Reaid Street -
Pa atka. FL 32177-2529
(386) 329-4570'
1t08-07-2013
1658

The St. Johns vWaiter
Management District -
(Dltrtct) gves notIce at .
1c906t of the ollown "
pemnt pplcafon(s):
Individual ERP Permit
Applications
CSXTransportation Inc. 500'
Water St J275. Joclksonvlle. FL'
32202. application # 4-089-
115348-4 The project is locat-
ed in Nassau County. Sections:'
17, 18. 19. 30. 31. 5 and 8''
Township: I North. Range:.24'
East. and Includes 20.0 acres.
The Environmental Resource
Permit application is for the:
construction of a surface'
water management system t?"
serve a development known
as CSXT- Crawford to Fouraker,
Improvement Project (MP.,
SM10.9,to SM 4.9). The receiv-
Ing waterbody Is Thomac
Creek. '
Standard Generdalnd
Standard ERP Permit .,
Applications -
ULiving Waters World.
/Outreach. 96282 Brady Pointt
Rd. Fernandlrin Beach, FCL
32034 application # 40-08:
85946-3, the project Is lodat ,
ed In Nassau County, Section ,-
27 ana 40 Towr.rnip 2 Nort' -.
Range 28 Eas, arian iJr-clue,.
6 36 acre&s the Er,,irormentai
Resource Permn appicatior.
is tor the construction of a suf,.
face water monagement sys- -
fi, Io .serve o ae.selopmert p -'
known as LU-ing Wafers Woria -.
Outreach The recevi-g iwoaer- ,,
boay is existing nrunicipqi-
alch. . '
The files) containing th ,
- permit appllcation(s) reavar.: ,
able for InspectionuMonday.
through Friday, except f.. .
District holidays, 8 a.tn. to,,
p.m. at the District's Heac ". '
quarters,.4049ReIdSt.,PddtkC
FL 3217712529. You- may also
view files at one of the Dlstflct ,
Service Centers,, but yoLu
should cal Service Center stcj .
In advah6ce to make surethat, '
the files-'are at a specify '
Service Center. Service Centei
cortact i rt-:,,rroior. is Oa i- '. i
b0- onlinre .-31 fior0O.swatlei
coar/conlaous/offiices ihtmi;
Aoaariort.aiy most permil abpl3
caiior, file aocumennrrs ,car, O ,
'iewea orlr.e .1 iloricasc.wa.- -
ler cc-r.m/pirirtTrigiirhex htnIT.
To ot-rair, I-,.toriOt"iori ,o r.n w
to itra orn .-ifew prrrmit appli-.
c-3tior, file aocurrerTs go t,
the HELP lalo in EPei'n-mirting
ar.tc cicKorSupport ci naF .
-anr thtn-io llw it-.e aile.-:ion" l -
piOaiOEia ut-ce- "- HO1 fitro .c
Techni .
cl Stat Re-orti (TSR) ,*i ot-emr.
appli,-c,311r, i 3OCu'Tlet,t;. ,r
fr.er, ctr-aic Tc,,,r.ac.ctrrs
Geneeralac Myoil3-'loara rReiiit
-:ppliccrior,:ciii 0.I rt-.aOe at
inth Diirlci s Saeriic Certe r
where Ie o -ppiccali-,r is
piocesrec urt-i-st ine Iappi-
catior, i. ,uogioea TO an ',
Ir l.-iuai per'i -i i ,seA.loirea '
Oei.wA :.uoslaI,,io-iooIecin. ,
I, ac Stanoaia Gererol cr ,
Sianraaia cirri l.op ic.cllorr,
trust ,O- r,,raoe it- ,irirtihg 3cjr
tiled with (receiveO Dy) The
Diector BuIjeoauoi Regulialori
Supoori PO Boa 1429 P-alkri-..'
FL'32178-T429, or by e-maillat,
applic0aionsupport@sir-
wind com within, 14 ayVs of.
notificaiion of t se ocplicatiorn.
Please incluiJe either the-.
Pemimil Application r.umDer or ,
me Pinoecl Name in me oolea'
lion Norificatlot ol the appnlli-
c'lion s either the fith aaOOy
ahitr s-c aare or. which the
writt,. rohrce is aepositea in
the 1. S maLI (Ior trt.oie persons
'who receive acfuai rnolice by
LI.S rroil) r1 eaa1 there noiice Is
emailea (for those persons
who recei v oclual notice by '
ernal), or the aale the notice
Is purlished- ir the rnewspoper
(it Ocltual notice I noi o roa-
ea / bU'S, mail or err-il) A
"suostontidl oolJeclon"mrins
a wtlrter. sialement airecreo
tod-the District that Iqentifies
the objector, concern? hydro-'
logic or environmentall ,
impacts of the proposed, .
-activity, and relates to appli ,
cable rule criteria A timely
substati d bjection.w cause :.
the Standard General o.I
Standard- permit applicatiofi
to be considered an applica?. '
tion for an Individudal permit. If
the District receives a time .,
substantIl. obJebton from you.'
then you will rece ive writtenr( ;
notice of the District's Intendi
ed decision on the permit .
appllcatlon.' '.' .. '
Please note that decisions
on Inooaul permit applica-
"ions will De maae eIther oy
the Districts Executlve Director
or designee.(foa those appll'
cautions which are recoin5
mended for approval) or by1 ,,-
the District's Governing Board -
(for-those applications' whicH
are recommended fordentl)
For Individual permit applied
tlons. you are advised to notT-
fythe District within 14 days of
notification of the applica-
tion(s) If you have questions"
objections, comments, or Infoat
marion regarding the activist
proposed In the permit appli'
cation. If you make a written
requestto the Distrct for adt-f.
tiond Information regarding a "
specific permit applicationr
you wl be provided an oppor-
tunity to obtain the available
Information. Please note that
filing a written objection does
not ntite you to a Chapter
120, Florida Statutes, adminil-
trative hearing,. 'r
Notice of intended (prof--
poses District Decision wll be


pr *ldd to persons who hoave
requested indMrl ud notice. A
request for Individua" notice .
of intended (proposed) Distic
Decision on the application
must be received by th4
District's Director. Bureau of
Regulatory Support prior folh.
date the notice of Intendeo
(proposed) District Decision Is
generated. ,
Margaret Daniels.
Bureau Chief -
Bureau of Regulatory Suppor-
St. Johns river Water
Management District
4049 Reid Street
Palatcka.FL 32177-2529 *
(386) 329-4570 .
It08-07-2013
1659

LEGAL NOTICE .
DEADLINE NOON
FRIDAY. '-













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NEWS-LEADER -
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7.2013-


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100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 204 Work Wanted 403 Flnanda-Hme/Property 606 Photo Equipment& Sales 619 Business Equipmxnent 800 REAL ESTATE 813 Investment Property -858 Condos-Unfurnished
0L Card of Thanks 205 Live-inHelp 404 Money To Loan 607 Antiques-Collectibles 620 Coal-Wood-Fuet 801 Wanted to Buy or Rent 8!4 West Nassau County 859 Homes-Fumrkshed
102 Lost & Found 206 Child Care 500 FARM & ANIMAL 608 Produce 621 Garde/Vlawn Equipment 802 Mobile Homes 815 Kingsland/St. Marys 860 Homes-Unfurnished
103 In Memoriam 207 Business Opportumy 501 Equipment 609 Appliances 622 Plant=Seeds/FertW-zer 803 MobiteHome Lots 816 Camden County 861 Vacation Rentals
104 Personals 300 EDUCATION 502 Livestock & Supplies 610 Air Conoiboners/Heaters 623 Swapjtrade 804 Amelia Island Homes 817 OtherAreas 862 Bed & Breakfast
.105 Public Nortce 301 Schools & Instruction 503 Pets/Supplies 611 Home Fumrishings 624 Wanted to Buy 805 Beaches 850 RENTALS 863 Office
106 Happy Card 302 Diet/Exercise 504 Servi:es 612 MuscialInstruments 625 Free Items 806 Waterfront 851 Roommate Wanted 864 Conmmercial/Retail
107 Special Occasion 303 Hobbies/Crafts 600 MERCHANDISE 613 Television-Radio-Stereo 700 RECREATION 807 Condominimus 852 Mobile Homes 865 Warehouse
108 Gift Shops 305 Tutoring 601 Garage Sales 614 lewelry/Watches '701 Boats & Trailers 808 Off Lsland/Yulee 853 Mobile Home Lots 901 TRANSPORTATION
;00 EMPLOYMENT 306 Lessons/Classes 602 Articles for Sale 615 Building Matenrials 702 Bpat Supplies/Dockage 809 Lots 854 Room 901 Auromrobiles
*201 Help Wanted 400 FINANCIAL 603 Miscellaneous 618 Storage/Warehouses 703 Sports Equipment Sales 810 Farms & Acreage 855 Apartent-Furnished 902 Trucks
20 ae-usns d903 Vans
202 Sales-Business 401 Mortgage Bought/Sold 604 Bicycles 617 Machinery-Tools.Equip. 704 Recre-ation Vehicles- 811 Commeroal/Reta,l 856 Aparments-Un u. 904 Motrycles -
203 Hotel/Restaurant 402 StocKs & Bonds 605 Compurers-Supplies 618 Auctions 705 Computers & Supplhies 812 Property Exchange 857, CondosFurnished 905 Comercia -

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SIf You Have Lost 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
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RDOPT A chilaless couple seeks to
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limitation or discrimination.
The -News-Leader will not
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for real estate which Is In violation
of the law.. All persons are hereby
informed that all dwellings
advertised are available on an
equal opportunity basis.
If you believe that you may have
been. discriminated against Jn
connection with the sale, rental or
financing of -housing, call the
United States Department of
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- HUD 1(800)669-9777, or for
the hearing impaired 1(800)927-
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SERVER folr breakfasi/lunch. Must
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(904)225-8248.

Earn $$$ Helping MDs! .Process
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FRONT "DESK CLERK & NIGHT
AUDITOR Experience-' preferred.
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SMALL; COMPANY In "Yulee, FL
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EXPERIENCED OTR FLATBED DRIV-
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TEMPORARY OFFICE ASSISTANT/
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ability to follow procedures, handle
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PARKS AND RECREATION
GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR
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
Hilliard. The position requires the
following certifications, a Certified
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that the instructor be CPR certified
within 90 ,days of employment.
The Town 'of Hilliard is an Equal
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Workplace,: .Post-offer-.' physical
required. 'Applications may be picked
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County Road 108, Hilliard, Florida from
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85137- MAJESTIC WALK BLVD. -
Lots of household items, chandeliers,
decor Items. Fri. 8/9, 8am-lpm & Sat.
8/10, 8bm-12pm.

MOVING SALE! Sat. 8/10, 8am-
2pm. 1830 Clinch Dr., Femandlna Bch.
Many. items Furniture, pictures,, art,-
crafts, kitchen appliances, decor from a
model home and much morel

MOVING SALE ,- 8/9 & 8/10.Q, 8-12;
Queren 4-poster bed frame, dresser w/
mirror, Highboy chest, tables, lamps,
trunk entertainment center, glass-
ware. dishes, chest freezer household,
TV, misc 96165 Marsh Lakes Dr
ESTATE/MOVING SALE` Hospital
bea. antiques jewelriv Frldaa 9am-
4pm. 2217 Florida Ave ,

INDOOR ESTATE & MULTI FAMILY
SALE Fri 8/19 6 Sat 8/10 8am-
2pm. Antique clocks, depression glass.
household ilte:ms art. bciks, clothes,
small furniture and more.., lots of
trinkets priced to sell .'bring quarters
and ingles you vaon't belie.-.? these
pricE,:ii Corner of Ash & S l9th Street
* enter through the carport area

YARD SALE 86037 i-leacwr.trook Ln
in YuJleE off AlA n.ear Lotlon Creek,
Sat. 8, 10 onl.- from 7.3Iam-noor,.
Household items rs, small desk
water skis cing machines clothes
Ia & .omcnsi.* g
HUGE MOVING SALE .Sports equlp
alrsoit guns furriiturc, tools. air
hockey, foosball. pool table bunk bed;
96056 Dowlirg Dr., off Blakrock Rd.
Fri. Sat.. Sun 1'30am-2'30pm
3-FAMILY YARD SALE Furniture,.
linens, glassware er, clothes,
punching bag air hockey, baskets,
toy's. lots .:.f good stuff Sat., 7am7
11am, Sun., 9am-noon 2'405 Via Del
Rey, near FB Golf Course


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ROLLTOP DESK Deluxe Winner's
Only, oak, 62'W x 33'D x S1"H. $1000.-
(904)277-3142



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-MUST SELL Best offer. 17 ft.- Sea
Pro, motqr like new, many extras.'Call-
'.(904)321-1641 .



RA .


8064-terfiont
*Waterfront Homes & Lots CalP
'(904) 261-4066 for information. C.H7
Lasserre, Realtor. ;


I -,-, -I-' *>'" "*'- r
OWNER MUST SELL Beautifully-
wooded homepite located next t..
crystal clear mountain lake, WISP skE"
area & brand 'new golf course. Only_
$79j900. Adjoining '- lot sold for-
$749,000. Bank will finance. CallP
(301)387-8100 x91. ANF '

ABSOLUTE AUCTION andalusia,.
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starting $235 wk. Details 261-5034.

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1BR apts $225wk/$895 mo. 2/2 duplex
$235wk/$950 mo. 3/1 duplex $275 wk
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RACHAELAVENUE 75'xlOO' lot $130,000. ,
SCOQNER LANDING is centrally located on the Island, close to
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2.66 ACRE LOT in Nassauyille, undeveloped and ready to build.
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PIRATES POINT ROAD in Pirates Woods, .82 acre lot, commu-
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AWESOME VIEW of Egan's Creek &Ft. Clinch State Park, sin-
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DESIRABLE 1 ACRE Lot on the South End of the Island,
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BEAUTIFUL GATEWAY TO AMELIA
Office Space All utilities, CAM, & tax
included. 2 rooms, 370sf. $695. Call
(904)753-0117.

OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE DOWN-
TOWN Call PDQ Property Mgmt
(904)432-7120 Regina Sluder/Broker.
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.



901 Automobles
2003 HYUNDAI SANTA FE LX -
AWD, leather, heated seats, 113,000
miles. Looks great! Runs great!
$6,500. Original owner. 321-1976