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Father faces

iein prison

SIAN PERRY waited too long to
News Leader call 911 after finding
his son Aaron unreA Callahan father faces life in prison sponsive in the tub,
after a jury found him guilty of aggra- said Thirson as
vated manslaughter last week in the much as 30 minutes,
drowning death of his 9-month-old son. 'according to police.
SThe verdict followed an emotional The jury delibertrial that pitted brother against broth- ated four hours
er. Jerrell before returning a
Robert Anthony Jerrell, 35, will be verdict Wednesday
sentenced on Jan. 16. At his trial Dec. evening.
10-11, the father of two testified that the "There were a number of other drowning was accidental, and occurred things I argued to the jury," said as his brother watched the baby while Thurson, but each witness that testified he did work around the house, said said a parent Waiting so long to call Assistant State Attorney Donna for help was unusual. Thurson, who prosecuted the case "The state's main witness was his along with her colleague Beverly brother," said Thurson, who testified Collins. he saw Jerrell bathing his 2-year-old
"He tried to blame his brother and son and baby Aaron and then left to go said, 'It was just an accident, but it was to a nearby Kangaroo store. Video surmy brother's accident,"' said ThursQn veillance confirmed the brother was in a phone interview Monday.. It was at the store at 1:31 p.m., she said. never clear exactly what transpired, Jerrell called 911 at 2:39 p.m., said she said. "He told a number of differ- Thurson.
ent stories." The jury was required to reach a
What was clear to the jury of five
men and one woman was that Jerrell FATHER Continued on-3A


The annual Christmas light show of residentiGeorge Lyons, "Hilliard Lights," is up and running at the corner'of Georgia and Ninth avenues in Hilliard. This year the show has grown to over 75,000 lights, synhronized by ;over 2,000 computer channels. New display features include dancing light sticks and the new "Digital. Cosmic Color Bulb Tree." The treeis 25 feet tall with 600 bulbs, but each bulb has 3 LED's inside with: each of those independent, providing an array of colors, patterns, shapes and susurrrED
Swirls, all set to Christmas music. For directions visit Show hours are Yulee residents Kelly andJustin Houtszcompete on theWhqel of Monday-Thursday 6-10 pi.m. and Fiay and Saturday 6-11 p.m.,(weather permitting). Fortune television game show, The episode aired Friday mght.
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'News Leader facilities andt health care options. ing restictions or create new ones to
Construction is under way for an.$8 deal with building height limits that ,Fernandina Beach City million thr ee-story medical office have concerned the hqspital board.
)Comnisioners were asked Tuesday hthilding adjacent to the hospital and As the hospital campus grows, build .. MARY MAGUIRE the half-hour program starring host
night to accept a voluntary annexation the expanion of its emergency room ings taller than those oly allowed in NewsLeader Pat Sajak and letter-tur ner Vanna
petition from Baptist Medical Center is now under way, as are other, nearby areas are likely. White..
iNassau at to extend water and improvements to the medical center. City commissioners agreed unan- Captain Jack Sparrow. "Te money paid for our trip toLA
sewet- services to the hospital The: city and. BapiSt Nassau are imously May21 to uphd0ld a city code Actor Johnny Depp made millions and for Christmas," said Kelly. : 'The Baptist Nassau board ofdiree-.' eith~siastic about~he future and look thaf would require Baptist Medical of dollars portraying the swashbuckler The show didn't pay for your airitors vbted unanimously Dec. 11 to forwar-d to working together to serve C'enter Nassau to sign ari annexation in, the "Pirates of the Caribbean" fare? ,support the annexation of the entire "the needs of the community." agrenent to build a three-story movies. "No, we did," said Kelly.
:hospital campus, ending ayears-long City Manager Joe. Gerrity said, Office building. Yulee residents Kelly and Justin "It was great, and we had a blast,"
effort by the city to entice the hospi- "Both Baptist Nassauward the city Prdject engineer Nick Gillette Houtz won $4,200 by correctly guess- said Justin Houtz. tal into city limits. provide essential services for city res- asked for a waiver of a ity annexation ing enough letters in the pirate's name After trying out for the show more
"The decision to annex recognizes idents. This Change will increase our agreement to allow the new building to solve a puzzle on the Wheel of than two years ago, the couple was the City's capability and commitment ability to respond to community to connect with city water and sewer Fortune. finally called as contestants and flew to
to provide needed municipal services needs and further enhance our services, but the city declined. The local couple competed on the Los Angeles in October to spin the Sto support the hospital as it continues respective missions." The city has previously waived the nationally televised, and wildly popular, wheel and solve puzzles.
to: grow," a city press release stated The annexation includes six annexation requirement for the hos- game show Friday night, earning a "Sautbed mushrooms," guessed !Monday. parcels totaling 31L13 acres on South pital complex when it expanded, cash prize and third-place finish amid Justin during the first round.
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2 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18. 2013 NEWS News-Leader

Shirl EHam of Dalton, Ga., and Alicia (Bill) Walker, literature. Later that year, Mrs. Orr lived in Wayne
Sof Gainesville, Fla., and four grandchil- began her career in advertising account County, Ga., for many
Shirley E. Hamel, 88, passed away dren; Ethan, Chandler, Jacob and management with J. Walter Thompson years prior to
Saturday morning, December 14,2013. Thomas. in New York City, where she remained Fernandina Beach,
She was born August 14, 1925 in A memorial service will take place at until 1956 when shejoined Time Inc.,to Fla. and was a mem- od ay
Springfield,MA and moved to Yulee, 11a.m. on Saturday, January4th at Holy work at Life Magazine in merchandis- ber of Oceanway,
FL in 1989 from Miami, FL Trinity Anglican Church, with a recep- ing. Assembly of God in
Shirley and her late husband, Rev. tion immediately following at the Golf In 1959 Mrs., Orr metTom, her hus- Jacksonville, Fla. He .
Melvin Hamel, asked Christ in their Club of Amelia Island. band-to-be, through a mutual friend, was a U.S. Army IV
heart at the age of39 In lieu of flowers, memorial dona- They married in New York the spring of Veteran and received a Bachelor's ai
and'he became apas- tions can be made in her name to 1960, and embarked on a honeymoon Degree from Jones Business College.
tor. Together, Northeast Florida Community Hospice, through Europe. After her wedding, Steve was aformer Rayonier Fernandina JACKSONVILLE-Traveling through them, many 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, FL Mrs. Orr left lune Inc. to take up a new employee. He enjoyed retirement and to the northern regions this seaheard the gospel of 32257 or the Nassau Humane Society, career as full-time wife and mother. spending time with his family. His son, son? The -Americaii Heart Christ. Shirley and EO. Box 16090,-FernandinaBeach, FL Starting in the mid-1960s, the Orrs Joey Richardson, and his parents, Association-First Coast urges Melvin served the 32035. began splitting their time between William Earnest and Nell McIntyre youto use these tips to keepyqu
Lord for the rest of Please share her life story at Manhattan and Shelter Island, NewYork Richardson, preceded him in death, and your family healthy during
their life and many where they maintained a second home. Survivors are his wife of 48 years, the busy holiday season.4
accepted the Lord under their ministry. Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors While raising.her two sons, Steve Ann Ogden Richardson of Fernandina Travel tips:
She was a memberof New Life Baptist and Bruce, Mrs. Orr was active in the Beach, Fla.; a son and daughter-in-law, Be as equipped (medically
Church. Wild F nlin parents association of the United Micah and Amber Richardson of Rota, speaking) for your vacation qr
Mrs. Hamel was preceded in death Nations International School- in Spain; 3 grandsons, Weston Stephen businesstrip as you would be at
by her husband, Rev. Melvin J. Hamel. Mr. Willard Franklin "Frank", 81, Manhattan. Oh Shelter Island, Mrs. Orr Richardson, Timmy Richardson and home.
Survivors include a daughter and went home to be with his Lord & Savior was 'a embr of Gardiner's Bay Brent Richardson; a granddaughter, Stow prescriptions in your son in law, Carole and Ernie Fondry of Jesus Christ on Sunday, December 15, Country Clu6 wiere she served on the Reese Laney Richardson; agreat-grand- carryon bag, so they are availYulee, FL a son and daughter in law, 2013. board of directors. After her sons left for daughter,Jo Lynn Richardson; a sister, able should your luggage be lost
Richard and Dottie Hamel of He was born on April 17,1932 in St. college, she resumed her professional Ann R-and the late Russell Dubberly of in transit or
Jacksonville, FL; three grandchildren, Augustine, Florida, has resided in the career,workingasdirector of research FernandinaBeach, Fla; a brother, Billy delayed a SSusan Skipper, Robin Springer and Rev. Callahanareafor many years and wasan for a seri es of butique firms in the Richardson. ofFort Mill, S.C.; several Bring Glen Hamel; il great-grandchildren and active member of North Jacksonville executive recruitingfield. nieces and nephews. a copy-of.
two great-great-grandchildren. Baptist Church. Heserved in Koreaas In 1997 the Orrs decaimped from Funeral services will be 11 A.M, your. preFuneral services were held at 11100 a CPL in the U.S. Army. Manhattan to live on Shelter Island full today, Wednesday, December 18, 2013 scription in
am.Tuesday, December 17, at new Life Mr. Nessler was preceded in death time and began wintering on Amelia at Rinehart and Sons Chapel witlP astor case the Baptist Church in Yulee with Rev. by his parents, Frank & Elsie Nessler, Island, Florida. Chmed by Amelia DannyBaggett and Pastor Ken B any o original Truman Blankenship officiating. The and his brother, Clyde Nessler. lgla they ie ih- ir permanent officiating, along with the American bottle is lost and have list of family received friends from 10:00 a.m. Survivors include his wife of 57 home in 2000. *Dying her time on Legion Post 311 l's presentation of the 'your medications and cardiolountil the time of service Tuesday at the years, Betty H. Nessler, 4 children: Vicki Amelia Island, Iirs.: Orr was a board U.S. Flag. Interment will be in the Piney gist's office telephone umber church. Interment followed n the fam- (Roland) Johnson, Ronnie (Elizabeth) member of thie Newconiers Club, and a 'Grove Cemetery. handy.
ily burialestate at Green Pine Cemetery. Nessler, Johnny (Barbara) Nessler and member of both the iWst fPresbyterian Active pallbearers will be Brent Ask your cardiologist if For more information and to sign Julie (John) Waldron; 6 grandchildren; Church and the FeriandinaBeach Golf Richardson, Billy RichardsonGyn he/she kiows of a colleague Mrs. Hamel's online register book 2 great-grandchildren and 1 brother: Club. *Ogden,Charles McIntyre, Doug Ogden near your vacation destintion
please visit the Green Pine website at George Nessler. Mrs. Orr leave: beliindher husband and Rusty Dubberly. if needed.
www.greenpinefuneraLcom. A celebration of life service will be of 53 years, Tom Orr of Amlia Islad, Visitation willbe 10to 11AM. prior Do a little research. Be
"Christ maketh us not ashamed" held at 11:00 AM today, Wednesday, 'her two sons, SteveOrr (Mal cmof to services at the fuerl home. aware6fmedicalfacilityatyour Romans 5:5.! December 18, 2013 at North Palm Springs, California and Bruce Neal Please sign the online guestbook at desinationand understand what
Green Pine Funerali Home Jacksonville Baptist Church with Dr.. Orr (Karen) of Pnte Vedra, Flqida,, your health insurance covers.
Herb Reavis, Jr., officiating. Burial will hersister Jane Nel ller(Chales) of RieharandSonsFuneralHome If you're worried about
Janet Ruth Hiand followat Jacksonville National Cemetery Vero Beach, Florida, onegraddaughter, lesup, traveling to higher altitudes talk
Hnr.Kathryn Orr';and. M ayu ocoao
with Militdry Honors, I athryr an iee errileeb nJanet (an) Ruth Hiland, 70, passed In lieu of flowers, contributions may Williams (Raymo nd) of Wro Beach and "' cens "
away peacefully at home on Amelia be made in his memory to North two nephews, Charles Keller (lauri e mindfulof yourfluid
Island Saturday, December 14th. Jacksonville Baptist Church Building of Laguna Beach, 'California and DEAR 1 CS dnstimptionin4 sodium '(salt)
She was born in Cincinnati, OH on Fund. Thomnas Keller (Charlotte) .of int if you have cardioimyopaAugdst 28, 1943,.to the late Kelsayand PeeplesFamiy FuneralHomes Stockholm. Mr. Jeffrey Conrad "Jeff Haas, thyor a history of heart failure.
Ruth McWhorter. Jacksonville A memorial service will be held at 57, Fernandina Beach, died on Friday,' A balanced fluid intake is imporShe .moved 'to ''. 2:00 PM on Saturday, February 1,2014 Dec. 6, 2013. A reception and time of tant with these conditions.
Maitland, Fla.,in 1954 T 1at the First Presbyterian Church of receiving friends will be held on '*Sitting immobile on long
where she graduated PatriciA Neal Orr Fernandina Beach with Rev. Dr. Wain Thursday, Dec. 19 from 630-8 p.. in plane flights can sligtly'increase
from Edgewater High Patricia Neal Orr, 85, of Amelia Wesberry and ',Rv. Dr. Doug Ganyo the Gabriel Room of St. Michael a normal person's risk of blood School and attended Island, Florida passed away December officiating. .Catholic Church Parish Hall, corner of clots in the legs, but associated
the, University of 11, 2013 at the McGraw Center of Memorials may be made in Mrs. Calhoun ,and North Fourth streets, medicalissuesusuallycontribute
Florida. Shemarried Community Hospice in Jacksonville, Orr's name to the Barnabas Crfsis Fernandina Beach. toi.
.the love of her life, Florida. Center, 11-S. 11th St., Fernandina Beach, Oxley-HeardFuneral Diretors If someone has peripheral'
Jon Hilaid, onNovember 28,1964 and Mrs. Orr was born Mach 18, 1928 FL 32034 or Community Hospice of Mr. Robert Edgar Higinbothain, artery disease (PAD), also called
raisedtheir family in Winter Park. She in East Orange, New Jersey, the eldest Northeast Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Rd., 80, Yulee, died on Monday, Dec. 16, vascular disease, or a history f spent thepast 20 years in Amelia Island: of two daughters of Jacksonville, FL 32257. 2013.Funeral serviceswillbe at 11 am. heart failure, the clot rik
.Jani was a devoted andbeloved wife, the late Judd and Please share her life story at on Saturday Dec. 21 in t'he Burgess increases.
mother, grandmother aid friendwho Muriel was Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Home. Getting up and walking
lived life to thfullest. She enjoyed tray- raised in nearby Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors around when possible is receling found itheworld, stuilying:the Ma lewood and grad- Mrs. Rit Rhods 95 Jack- commendedd for lo fli hts
Biblei*4 sonvilie, d Wn Su l~l s&]te It
Bible and history, playing 1ide ranf Wattri the rtAffak"abt
spending time with dear friends and-P SEhooP f ... iCha dSOn family aid Was an inspiation llh6 Summit before SteveRichardson,75, ofFernandina Mr. Dallas Wayne Tomes Sr.,, Once you safely get to yo r
spent ire wth her attending Brown 'Beach Fla. died Saturday, Deceler Fernandina Beach, died on Saturday destination and your host asks
Jan is survived ber husbadJon University-wheeMrs. Orrgraduated in 14, 2013. Dec. 14i, 2013. that you shovel the driveway in
ofw49 o tC1drerf Jon Htiland4fl, 1950 withiabchelor's degredin English The Wayne County Ga.'native had Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors exchange for a warm night's
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To help make snow removal
to (oen '- saer, ere s. a' list of practical
Opteets ae opeen ittion, held the last Saturday of every Amm sao r
anyone, niciylb-lo pae) n audy t7 mnh team on Feb. 28 at,7 p.m. *Give yourself a break. Take
anoeincliddiiig 4tnnalco- ,speaker); and Satulrdays at moth
..holics, families, etc. who may am:' (open discussion) and ,: Ato Legends Amelia' when they take on the frequent 'rest break during
be interested in Alcoholics 6:30 p.m. (open discussion) The Ft. George Group Cars& Converstion will' Nassau Nets in atfamily shoveling and pay attention to
be interested Alconolics dis:3cussion)'. C I shoveingad. pay attni f
Anonymous. All scheduled AA Call 261-8349. meets at St. George Episcopal ieetthismioith at' friendly evening of basket-. how your body feels duririg
meetings are non-smoking * Churh in St. George on, Starbtuck'Son0SadlSeRoad, ball showmanship in the those breaks.
and one hour indration. The Downtow Group Fridayat 7:30 p.m. (op- on D 21 fro am. Fernandina BeachHigh Don't eat a heavy eal
*meets at tI..e Aauloon. School gymnasium. prior or soon after shoveling.
Alcoholics Anonymous cornerof Thi rd-and Alachua : .,- * Stop by dget updated The Nassau Nets team Eating a lrge meal can put an
meetings for people who have, streets, Fernandia, on Mon-' The Yulee Florida Group on all happenings in motor- will include loal teachers, extra load on your heart. or thiqk theymAy have, a days at $ p.m. (open- 12 & 12 meets in the YMCA building spo'tsahd in the autonjo- coaches, first responders, '* Use a small shovel oifcondrinking problem are held study); Tuesdays at 8 pn. on' agesDairy Road on tiv wol Santa always pastors and community' sider a snow tlrower The act
Mondays at noon and Satur- (open- speaker);,Wednes- Sundays at8 p.m. (open -dis- stops bywith some unique l leaders. Enjoy music,"initer- of lifting heavy snow can raise days at t10 a'i.tPrnce of days at 8:15 p.m. (open-, cussion); Tuesdays at 8 p.m. vehileThe group has active'gam6s for children, blood pressure acutelyduriig Peace Lutheran Church, on men's discussion); Thursdays (o3en BigBook); Thursdays never seen before. Bring prizes, cks, beverages the lift Itis safer to liftsmaller
Atlantic Avenie. Please enter at 8 p.m. (open discussion); at 8 p.m. (open discussion); it thbst ite back of and more. All proceeds go amounts mpretimes, than to lug through the side door. Fridays at 8 p.m. (open dis-: andSaturdays at 6:30 p.m. thegarage and'show it obff, to fundtne Rotary Club's a few huge shovelfuls of snow.
S* ussion); and'Satuirdays at 8 "'(open Big Book). for holiday. Surprising fun Dollars for Scholarspro- When possible, simply push the
The Fernandina Beach am (open discussion) and 8 fo l -the publ is invited gram. snow
'Group meets in the Amelia p.m .(open rlationshiis). r O and aidit's fre d ts a $ an t y
Room, 906S. Seventh St., Call 261-3580. The Yulee Al-Anon Family for adults and$5 forstu- warien s t a r listn toyour
Mondays at 6:30 p.m. (begin- * Group meetings are Tuesdays U C dents and will be on sale 'body, but remember this: 'Even
ners); Tuesdays at 6:30p.m.' : The Dune's Group, Peters 'at 6:30 p.m. at the YMCA GaryW. Belson Associ- soon. Sponsors are wel- 'if'you're not sure it's a heart (open discussion); Wednes- Point in Fernandina Beach, building on Pages Dairy Road rates Inc. will hold -a con- come, Contact Sean McGill' attack, have it checked out (tell days at 7am. (opn -12 & 12 meets Fridays at 7:30 a.. (24-. in Yrlee. Contactthegroup by sealed weapon liceise at 556-4225 or seaiipncgill a doctor about your symptoms). study) ard 11 ar. (open hour book ireeting). Beach email at YuleeAlanonFG@hOt- courseat'4:1ip.m. Dec. 26, @hotmaitcom or visit Minutes matter Fast action can
step meethig); Thursdas at 7 meetings are suspended dur-' 2p.m. Dec. 29, 4:30 wwrw.fenandinabeachro- save lives maybe your own.
am. (open Big Book study), ing winter months. Al-Anon is a member sup- Jan. 2 and 2 p.m. Jan. 5. A Don't wait more than five min11 am. (open discussion) * ported nonprofit'roup that basic with defensive tactics ,utes to call 9-1-1
and 6;30 p.m. (open Big The Freedom Group holds' helps the families and friends course will be held at 745 H Don't drink alcoholic bevBook study) ;Fridays at 11 AA meetings on Mondays at 7 -' of alcoholics. The program of am. Dec. 28 and Jan. 4 and The all-volunteer Yulee erages before or immediately am (open- Big Book study) p m. and Saturdays at 9:30 recovery is adaptedfrom 18. Chatact'Belson at 491- Interfaith Dinner Network after shoveling. Alcohol may
lp.m. (candlelight) at 1014 Alcoholics Anonymous and is 8358, (904476-2037 or needs the community's increase a person'ssensation of
l 'lfnl [t .l South l0th St. The 'based upon the Twelve Steps, help to continue to provide warmth and maycausethem to
i 4014)4WJN T "Fernandina Beach NA group Twelve Traditions and the hot, healthy meals to adults underestimate the extra
meets at 8 p.m Sundays, Twelve Concepts of Service. SI'd and children experiencing strain their body is under in the
277-4499 Tiesdays and Fridays (Step, The only requirement for The Nassau County hunger in our community. 'cold.
Speaker) and at 7 p.m. membership is that there be a 1brary System will be Just $25 provides enough Consult a"doctor. If you
14aAdnde. Thursdays at1014 South 10th problem of alcoholismnin a rel- closed Tuesday, Dec. 24, meat to serve a hot meal to have a medical condition, dont
visitoblemonumentcom St. A covered dish cookout is ative or friend. : Wednesday, Dec. 25, and 50 people. To help, contact exercise on a regular basis or
Wednesday, Jan. 1 in obser- the network at info@chnas' are middle aged or older, meet vance of the holiday., 556-2496, or send' with your doctor prior to exor51S Ash Street Fernandina Beach, F 32034 l donations to The Coalition cising in cold weather.
(904) 261-3696 Fax 2613698 for the Homeless, P.O.'Box Be aware of the dangers
NEW S Website for mall addresses The Fernandina Beach 16123, Fernandina Beach, of hypothermia. Heart failure
AfElJ" Of~cehow3 are 8"&30 am. to.O0p nMo'n ydzrough Fra Rotary Club announces the FL 32035. Please put YIDN causes most deaths in hypother.eos 80 0.oa return ofthe.Harlem in the memo line. mia, To prevent hypothermia,
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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS: The New-Leader assumes notinaal responelblly typ.g e eorrs in adverse n The city of Fernandina Beach said that in the through your head.
Ing.When otltiled prompty, the part fte advertisement lnwhich the typographical error ap.AiIadrl ver- "U spiritofthe season, it would give downtown Learn CPR. Effective tsing 1s subject to the approval of tif publisher. The News-Leader reserves the right to ri cr delete any par meters a holiday. bystander CPR, provided immeobjectionable wordIng or reject the advertisementIn its entirety at any time prior to scheduled pub iction It It93 a deteemyed that ptrovi e ime
the advertusement or any part thereof iS contrary to the general standard of advertising acceptance. December 19, 1963 diately after sudden cardiac
SUSConPTION RATES -arrest, can double or triple a vicMail in Nassau County ..... $39.99 CN ..,n 'County Emergency Services Director Terry tim's chance of survival. HandsMall out of Nassau .ouny ..... .. $69.99 Griffin announced his resignation, citing a salary only CPR makes it easier than
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Letters to the editor: People and Place: ClassIfIed Display: Frlday, 3p.m. Tuesday, 5 p.m. The Nassau County Commission was set to until help arrives.
Monday, 12 p.m. Thursday, 3 p.m. Legal Notices: Friday, noon N/A consider plans that would pave the way for 1,250 More holiday heart healthy
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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 18.2013 NEWS News-Leader : 3

Nassau has top

graduation rate

in the state

TAIlAHASSEE Florida's The graduation rate meashigh school graduation rate ures the percentage of students rose again this year to a new who graduate within four years mark of 75.6 percent. Nassau of their first enrollment in ninth
*County paced the state, with a grade. The rate is calculated for Kelly and graduation rate greater than 90 an adjusted cohort of students Justin Percent. a-group of students on the Houtz host
This continues the upward same schedule to graduate family and
trend of the percent of Florida taking into account those who friends at Students graduating from high enter or exit the group.'IThe fed- their home school within four years. eral graduation rate is used in Friday Florida's federal graduation rate calculating high school grades night to 'has jumped more than 5 per- and allows for comparison watch the
"centage points since 2010-11. among states. couple's
"I am very pleased that Beginning in 2011, federal appearFlorida's graduation rate con- regulations required states to ance on tinues to' rise," said calculate a four-year graduation Wheel of "Commissioner of Education rate that includes only standard Fortune. "Pam Stewart. "Florida's parents diplomas. Previously, Florida's MAVRY MAGUIRE and teachers have worked very official graduation rate included NEWS-LEADER .hard to help students be suc- both standard and specialdiplo-
cessful and I want to thank ma recipients. Students who L .---Wheel of Fortune since they
them for their continued efforts earn a special diploma, a GED- Cm.t wereyoung children. "I think I
to help students graduate from based diploma, a certificate of Continued from JA Ifjust glady'allgot to be on the shor started watching 25years 'go,"
high school ready to move on to completion or have been Nope. The 'answer was so you couldsay Yulee. Florida.' said Justin.
college and a career." retained and are still in school sauteed scallops. '..."At least 25 years for me,"
Florida's African American are not included as graduates in "Ar rgh. That wasn't even JOYCE PETERSON said Kelly.
and Hispanic students have con- the federal graduation rate. the right number of letters," * Yeah,yeah,butwhatare Pat
sistently increased their gradu- Florida's 2013 single-year said Justin. head just spins," said Justin. was nervous that they weren't are Vanna really like?
sitetl increasediz~ theer gradu- Florda' told singl-yea e str gontoi 'ntig buh f't
ation rates since 2010-11. For dropout rate rose slightly to 2 During another Puzzle, the Producers told usatthestart going to win anything but they -He made you feet comAfrican American students, the percent. answer "Smash Hit Broadway of the show that this would be did;" fortable, and Vanna.looks the
'graduation rate rose 6 percent For more information and Musical" also posed ptoblemis the fastest 20 minutes of your The couple hosted a pizza same in person as she does on since 2010-11. Hispanic students to view state and district grad- for the couple. life, and they were right." party at their home Friday TV," said Justin. improved their graduation rates uation and dropout data, visit "I said N, and there's no N," Did you receive TV star night for family and fiends to "The best part was having by 55 percentage points since www.fldoeorg/eias/eiaspubs/p saidJustin. "Artgh." treatment?. ,watch the showtogether. my hair and make-up done,"
2010-11. ubstudent.asp. Kelly and Justin also went "Well, we paid our own-air- A big cheer went up from said Kelly, whose light brown
"bankrupt on the show and fare and the hotel bill, but we the kroup when the couple said hair was sleekly blown out for watched helplessly while two did get a really good discount theywerie from YuleeFlorida her game show.appearance in other couples also appearing on the room,' said Justin, who "I'm just glad y'all got to be a bouncy bob.., on the show spun the wheel works in finance for Hewlett on the show so you could say "You can see they had a
for thousands of dollar~, a car,, Packard. Yulee, Florida," said another tough time with my hair," said
acruiseandthe chance towin "We also paid for the cab cousin, Joyce Peterson: "Did Justin, rubbingthe top of his $1 million. m ll..i.,ride from the'studio," said they ask youwhere -that is, shaved head.
"It is aialoteasierto sit on 1Kelly, who js taking a break because people need to know." As the show started, Kelly the couch at home and solve from finance work to stay at ButforKellyand Justin, the wedged herself between c hil,t puzzles," said Justin. "And the home with the couple's four biggestthrill of the nightcame dren sitting on the sofa, and
Wheel is hard to spin, it weighs young children, including lan, from watching theirchildren's Justin sat on thefloor near her
like 2,40 pounds." 4, twins Elijah and Jacob, 3, and reaction to the show. feet
MARY MAGUIRE er of the truck tried to avoid With the show almost over Julia, who turns two in January. 'The kids jumped up and Thegame show contestants
News-Leader hitting the man by hitting his and the couple with zero dollars "Aid we won't get our down, pointed at the screen looked casual, comfortable and
brakes bit he'was unable to in cash and prizes, they fi~lnally- check from the' show until and hollered, "That's mommy confident from the start ofthe A 25-year-old Oregqn man stop his 2007 Chevy Silverado had a couple of lucky spins and sometime inApril, I think." and daddy!" 'i show to its finish, h' bonciwas bending over in an effort to 2500 before striking the' man good letter guesses to, take 'The couple was also sworn '"What a thrill,' said Kly. ing a child-or twoon their lp gain.control of his pet cat on 'and running him over,.the home somemoneybeforetime -to secrecy. They weren't "I didn't even think they'd during the program, sgur-:AlA near 1-95 Saturday night report said. ran out on thegame .. allowed to tell anyone what hap- understand." rounded by familyand friends
vhen he was struck and killed Officials said the man was The couple, both 33, said pened on the show until after it "That was fun seeing them cheering them on. by a pickup truck, the Florida wearing dark clothing, but they there was no time to be nerv- aired 6 television. jump like that," said Justin. "Yep, Ithinkwewon,"said ,Highway Patrol said. did not say why he was on the ous. Tey kepttheir word," said Both Kelly and Justin said Justin.
Police reported the Zachary busy roadway with the animal in Itwent by so fast, and your Justin's cousin Debbie Dow. "I they have been watching the mmag uirefbnewsleaderm .Jade Flanders was standing in the heavy rain that pounded the 'the outside lane of the roadway area Saturday night
"n an unlitarea just after 10 p.m. Officials identified the"
sient, .bnt I..Ai t~- ~ fJ v~ a. hIio"- ~Y J E O RA ( i J F~over to retrieve hs cat W n Kingsland, ta. No charges are '
,hisbackpack shifted, toppling anticipated. The two newest nei,him into the roadway. The catwas reportedly unin- bers of Nassau County
SOne car avoided him, but jured and recoveredby Nassau Professional Firefighters,
'nother could not, police said. County Animal Services. Local 3101, extinguished
KAccording to a report, the driv- mmaguire@'Jfn wsleadercom a vehicle fire inside an
attached garage about
1 :09 p.m. Dec. 10.
Wile.on their way
FT EThurson. Jerrell was convicted back to the training faciliFATHER w h d
of possession of cocaine in 2006 'ty the two neWly hired
Continued from 1A in Duval County and in 2008 firefighters arrived first
unanimous verdict in the case had two separate convictions on-scene with their
and it did. for fleeing and eluding police instructor and the battalThurson said Jerrell was in Nassau County.- ion captain at a single
very emotional. ... We all were. Asked whether an appeal is family residence on Sand
,There s no winners. It's just likely.byJerrell'pis attorneyj-Ann Hickory Trail. When the
tragicto lose a' little one." Finnell of Finnell, McGuinness first engine arrived and
Jerrell is being held at the and Nexami PA in Jacksonville set up, the two firefight.,Nassau County Jail while he Thurson said, "There always ers Went into the open
awaits sentencing. Under state is. But they can't file an appeal garage while garnering a
.guidelines the aggravated until after sentencing." 20-pound portable A$C
.manslaughter charge carries a In aletter to the News-Leader fire extinguisher. "'qThis
.minimumr of'13.8years in prison Dec. 4,,Jerrell's mother Karen was great actions per-.
-and a maximum of 30 years. But Lee said his prosecution was "a formed by our young
,on Jan. 16,Judge Robert Foster tragedy and a travesty of the rookies," said Curtis
.will have the option of declaring worst kind." Bollinger, L3101 presiJerrell a habitual felony offerd- "It was truly a horrible acci- dent. "'This is what they
.er, and that could increase his dent and the images ofhis baby train for and it was excit.sentence to life, said Thurson. and trying to save his life will ing for them and we are
The state can file such a haunt him for hid life. A parent's proud they saved this
-notice when a defendant has worst nightmare. I wouldn't fariily's home just before
.;been convicted of two previous wish (on) myworstenemywhat the holidays."
.felonies, and the last has my son and his wife are endur- SUBMWTIED
-occurred within five years of ing," Lee wrote.
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!N Continued from lA medical office buildings) are 'Well-wishers ring Dr, ..............
including an office building in taxable," McCrary wrote earli Farid Ullah's phone 1997, support services in er this year. "Their annexation after he had emergency.
-2004 and a new patient wing in into the city wouldresult in the surgery last week to*2008. collection of city taxes, but it remove a blo;dlot
Deputy City: Manager would eliminate the cdunty's from his spine. His wife, 'Marshall McCrary said previ- municipal services: tax and it Sue, handles the calls. ously the hospital would see would eliminate the 25 percent "PIm feeling much better :.some savings by annexing into surcharge on water and sewer. and I want t thank :-4he city because many of its Calculations run back in 2010 everyone publicly for
--operations are nonprofit and show a net cost reduction foi their concern," said there would not be an increase the hospital upon annexation Ullah, 75, while resting in property taxes. when factoring all these ele- at his Yitle 1iome
"Only the for-profit elements ments together." Saturday afternoon. "I
feel blessed by all of the
support" The cardiologist, who serves as chief
Seniors vs Criof staffat Baptist
l and medical director for
the Fernandina Beach
and Nassau County Fire .. I
Rescue units, deoloped
os d o ho d ythe blood clot after back
c The office of Seniors vs. there trying to have a merry surgery last week at St. Crime is closed for the holi- scam season also and are Vincent's Medical days. It will reopen on Jan. 2 at working hard to get your Center in Jacksonville. 10 a.m. so that volunteers can money. Ullah opened his, pracspend time With their families Write tice in Fernandina
during the Christmas holiday The office is located at the Beach 43 yearsag6 and ,season. Fernandina Beach Police has seen more than
The office warned readers Department, 1525 Lime St. 20,000 patients. He to continue to be aware Manager is Chuck Sheehan; hopes to be back in the
';and careful during these holi- John Megna is deputy office office next week. i:day times scammers are out manager. MARY MAGUIRE/NEWS-LEADER


House sale HELPING THE HOMELESS Giving and

cR receiving too
prices up

November 2013 real estate
market statistics from the /Tis' the season for giving. Hmmm.
-Northeast Florida Associa-. But let's not forget about Doesn't this
tion of Realtors show median receiving. make sense
sales priices in northeast This secondary, passive regardless
Florida continue on the action is often left out of the of what side
upswing. holiday equation. However, of the aisle
A $154,000 median here's a gifting strategy that you are on?
:marked an 18.6 percent involves. both giving and * *
increase from a year ago and receiving in the same motion. Recent
a. 15.9 increase year to date. And you might even earn a ES changes to
:The rising sales prices equat- tax break in the process. the U.S.
ed to sellers receiving an While Americans are con- MA ET economy
average of 93.2 percent of the sumed with the holiday sea- PLA have been
original list price of their son, it also an opportune time __ broad and
homes, to plan for nextyear. And what resounding.
The number of closed better way than to donate old Steve Nicklas A one-time
"salesfinishedwithl,531prop- or unused possessions to a elite and
erties, a 1.9 percent dip from local charity. highly paid position has been
a year agb but up 22.5 per- If done properly, this could mostly eliminated, through
:cent year to date: Lender- very well land you atax dedtic- changes in the healthcare sysmediated sales are making tion come April15. However, tern.
up less of the pie these days; it must be done before Dec. 31 Pharmaceutical represen.therewere 558 (36.4 percent). .to count toward your taxes for tatives, who once combed doclender-mediated sales versus this year. tors' offices and hospitals
973 traditional sales. This is one of the simplest around the country, have gone
Homes are changing tax strategies out there. Clean the wayof rabbit-earTV anten-.
hands fairly rapidly, with days out your closets of clothes and nas. These nattily dressed
,on market dropping to 79, your drawers of clutter and. 'men and women would entercompared to 106 days last make a charitable gift. Both'' tain doctors while educating
November. the Salvation Army and them on the drugs their comPending sales topped out. Goodwill have guides on their panies offered.
at 1,813 for a 14.7 percent websites about how to donate Under new health care
increase from a year ago and (and make sure you get a laws, the so-called "drug reps"
:.a ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~(n makemten sureas year get. Pl iRelyln.. :" : :
a 23.2percent increase year Palm II Realty Inc. receipt). can hardly buy a physician a
.to date. agents, above, have each But there are other simple. soft drink nowadays. In addiDespite an influx of 2,357 donated a portion of each strategies you could employ tion, the U.S. governmenthas
,new home listings to hit the house sale this year to help before year's end to potential- gotten more involved in the
:'market during November, the alleviate hominelessness in ly.receive; tax deduction. drug marketplace, taking
overall inventory dropped to Nassau County. Carlene These include buying soie ofthe decisions of what
,19,203, 10.7 percent less than McDuffie of Palm III (and deducting the salestax), to prescribe out of the physiayear ago. The reduced sup- Realty Inc. presents lumping together itemized cians' hands.
RelyInipesnslumping together ltemnized cashn.
ply equates to just 4.9 checks for $3,500 to the deductions, paying college * *
months' worth of supply on Rev. Edwin Shick, First tuition early, and making ener- And, in a finel word, some
hand, 26.9 percent less than Assembly of God little gy-efficient improvements to er Icouraging news from the
',last year at this time. House Ministry, right, and yourhome. .' local real estate market.
"November's numbers are Robyn Andrews, Coalition omHey, the holiday season Following months and even
encouraging and show a sub- of the Homeless of Nassau can be emotionally taxing. years of inactivity; high-priced
stantially stabilized markett,' County, below. Why not use it as a reminder homes have begun to. sell
.NEFAR President .Carol .su.MITED SM=to take action and possibly here. While lower-priced hous-
Sig6ne said. "Lender-medi- ralize some tax savings? es (below $300,000) have been
ated properties are declining, U lf 'o t' a. A .* *0 : selling like new iPads, the
tand while prices have risen to rThe U.S. declined again in upper echelon of houses have
the point where sellers are rmouA' E Nterms of economic freedomin hardly beernmoving. But two
getting more of a return on '. an annual survey by The housesin the prestigious Long
their investment, pricepover- Heritage Foundation (in part- Point community on Amelia
all are still within reach for ,.,nership with the Wall Street Island have reportedly sold
most'buyers."' 100 14I. fI Journal) The U.S. placed 10th with price tags of $4 million
This year in the Index of and $2 million.
Economic Freedom, falling for Sihice there is a buyer and
'.fifth ght yea1. a ller in eactr"sa
A x ,. rt g....... "fi utst tvIhwg
t u -i.-can return La o anda lot ofreceiving. !h, the
status among the most eco- holidays are ajoyous and wonnomically free economies is drous time.
-,sobering. And reasonable. Steve Nicklas is a financial
It will "require significant advisor with a major U.S. firm
policy reforms, particularly in who lives on Amelia Island His
reducing the size of govern- business ci tmns appear regment, overhauling the tax sys- larly in several newspapers in
tem, transforming costlyenti- North Florida. He cain be
tlement programs, and reached at 753-0236.
streamlining regulations."

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0Irvine Co. Previously, Edward Jones financial adviStamets was with The Rftz- sors in Nassau County. The
Carlton Hotels, where he magazine randomly selects
AYCEserved as hotel manager for financial advisors nationwide
multiple properties, includ- and asks them to rank their
ing The Ritz-Carlton, Palm firms in various categories.
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I think it's important to keep music in a
community and to expose people to this aspect
of our culture. I believe the band enriches the
community as much as art or literature.'

Community band,

community service

News Leader C t' ate
Formed in 2004 and con- Community members are
sisting of men and women invited to attend concerts. donations are welcome.
from Amelia Island and siur- Upcoming events include a "We don't charge admisrounding areas, the Nassau Community Christmas sion but our annual dues go
Community Band has a varied Concert at 7 p.m, Dec. 1 i toward paying our director demographic. at Amelia Baptist Church. and buying sheet music, and
According to vice presi- other incidental expenses,"
dent Jeff Duncan, there are said Duncan.
musicians from high school the past two years, NCB has Any musician who plays a age to seniors in their early played in the Concerts for a woodwind, string or brass 80s. Cause at Memorial United instrument is welcome to join.
"Among the members are Methodist Church to help Percussionists are especially doctors, architects, business raise money for charitable needed. owners, retirees, a U.S. Park organizations." Annual dues are $100, paid.,
Service employee and former Originally known as the by semester. band directors," 4aid Duncan. New Horizons Community Duncan encourages anyThe 50-member band plays Band, NCB was affiliated with one with experience playing multi-generational music, the national New Horizons an instrument o join..NCB at" from show tunes from "South Bands, whose stated purpose weekly rehearsals 6-7.30 p.m. Pacific" anid the "Sound of is to offer band opportunities on Thursdays at Yulee Middle Music" to marches by John to seniors. School band room.
Phillip Sousa and pieces from "Original director of the The band season is from the "Star Wars" sound track to Amelia Arts Academy; the Thursday after Labor.Day
classics. Richard Dickson, wanted to through the 4th of July.
"One of the popular things create a band for older resi- Students are welcome if they we play is called 'Symphony of dents who may have played an can provide a recommendaSitcoms' and that appeals to instrument at some point in tion from their school band people of my generation who -;their lives to begin playing director to NCB director Amy, remember all those old shows' again," explained Duncan. Thrift. like I Love Lucy, The Andy "When they downsized, there To learii more about the Griffith Show and Mister Ed," was no longer any room for band 6rjoin the group, please HEATHERA.PERRY/NEWS-LEADER
laughed Duncan, an avid us:" contactDtincan at (912) 294- SolomonJohnsoncoriducts the Nassau Community Band at Fort Clinch during "-bhe
musician since childhood. The band changed its 7175 br president Chuck IHistory of the American Soldier," top. Nassau Community Band members, from left,
For the past two years, name to Nassau Comimunity Belinski at (904) 335-115. Tom Oliv4r, president Chuck Blinsldki, Richard Gerber and Bill Birdsong prepare to trombonist Duncan has'been Band after.they dropped their.' Email info@nassaucommuni- play at a local sporting event, below left. "You don't have to be a young kid to play' filling in as percussionist. affiliation with the Amelia tyband.tom or visit their music; we're old people and we play!" say Nassau Community Band members Clandia
His wife Claudia plays Arts Academy, opening mem- Facebook page at Nassau and Jeff Duncan, above.'
French horn and acts as co- bership to younger musicians. Community Band. ____.-__...__._._"_librarian for the band's'sheet The concerts are free but rype@tbnewsleadercomt:
music. The couple has been
involved in community bands
across the country before settling in Fernandina Beach in A r Am elia
September2005. They got ....s involved with the NCB after "4
attending a "Suites for The food pantry needs rV iO
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body together, we sound bet
ter as a group than anybody
would as a soloist."
Mary Nuttall, music colibrarian, joined eight years
ago and says NCB has
become a very important part
of her life. .SUBailTrED PrOS
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community-oriented newspapers. This mission and lets them share the improve- I i
will be accomplished through the teamwork of ments they have made that resulted
professionals dedcated to the truth, integrity, qual- in changing the graduation rate in '
ity and hard work. Nassau County from 65 percent in
2008-9 (an F in my opinion) to 91
Foy R. MALOY JR.. PUBLISHER percent in 2012-13 (an A in my opinMICHAEL PARNELL. EDITOR ion). Well done!!
ROBERT FIEGE. PRODUCTION DIRECTOR lead the state in graduation rate
BOB TIMPE. CIRCULATIONDIRECTOR but it appears they-are also the most
ANGELINE MUDD. improved over the last five years.
BUSINESS OFFICEMANAGER Congratulations to the Nassau
County School Board, school
BETH JONES. SPORTS EDITOR dents and parents. Also congratuTOM WOOD DINK NESMITI lations to all the local nonprofits
CHAIRMAN. PRESIDENT and their volunteers that work a lot. Software is already developed is false, the gentlemanly thing for
hard to help our kids, including the to tell your doctorwhat tests and LMr. Cascone to do would be toapolC NIr coIni Boys and Girls Club, Communities proceduresyou can have as part of Bah humbug! There is a ogize ., i k"
N cape In Schools, Barnabas Center, Big your health care.Thealternative is Scrooge! Rebecca r
Brothers and Sisters, Nassau: you will hav. to pay for it out of Afewfyears ago'ayoung coupl. Fernandina Beach Theviews expressed by thecolnnistsand Alcohol Crime & Drug Abatement your own pocket. Interesting the from our church had hit soiehard
ler writers on thispage are their own Coalition (NACDAC) and Take hottopic now is .thegap between the times and asked my husband and I TItlIeC f I ngoI
and do not necessadly reflect the views of Stock in Children. 1 -percentmd the rest of the popu- if they could park "their small ~a .
'the newspape.Its owners or employees 9[ " : " ".. .. w ee at~l ,, ....
d nesppeItsownersoremployees During the holiday season these lation. How do you get to camper at ouroffice. e were
local nonprofits that are success- "Affordable Care"? Oneway istak- delighted to help them out in' this The true meaning ofChristmas fully helping our- children deserve ing the care-away and pass th bur-, small way. It was an outlet for was so apparent at the Picker's consideration ofyour support ifyyou -den on to the nonexistent middle them and their young daughter, Market on Alachua, Street on receive a fundraising mailing from class. Do you think a millionaire Faith, to take off for a few days of Saturday. them can pay for their own CT scan? Can camping. Opening their doors to all who
Hl di ,them. Opnnchir or o li-o
We all. should be thankful for you? Well, over the Thanksgiving hol- entered, awide variety of compsuch a successful Nassau County finished my healthcare career iday "Scrooge stole thecamper! mentary salads, meatballs, hamschool system. mplementing HIPPA-AS, which Yes! You got it! Even with the wrapped asparagus, pigs in a blan,i e hoo system.Phillip.Scanlan costs our company $80 million. lock on the trailerpost, this Scrooge ket and so many more delightful.
,'-'. Amelia Island During a recent interview on TV, it knew what they, were doing and finger foods anid deserts too numerIt's funny the holiday memories you wasstated we havealready spent $1 cut it off and took the whole ous to mention were offered. I,:
carry with you irito adulthood. Memories ,, billion on the IT hardware and soft- camper! along with my grandchildren ,
that can be reawakened by a whiff of bal- ware but have not built in ways to It was a 2006 Rockwood model enjoyed the hospitality, food, music
sam fir, a taste of hot chocolate or the I generally look forward to protct your HIPPA information. 2306 that Was 23 feet in length, and treasures we were able to find
sound of a particular Christmas carol. receiving my copy ofthe News- TheAffordable Care Act may help, Really? When we saw the camper to purchase.,
That song about the chestnuts Leader. I enjoy reading the local -but the underlying fact is health gone we assumed this couple had A big '"thank you" to owner.
roasting reminds me of spending part news, local politics, the constant care professionals, hospitals and taken off for a few days but sure Nancy Rosenberg and !store manof a Christmas vacation in New York City bickering between city and county we, the patient, will continue to be enough, when they arrived to check ager Lori Jones and-others who.
Hot chestnuts purchased from street ven- officials, the never-ending, never- "in-the-middle." There is only one on it it was gone. They are devas- worked so hard to prepare such a.
dors took the chill off the night as we r7 esolvedupdates on the marina and health care dollar and everyone, tated. Theywill nevergetalloftheir wonderful -event. I hope others, marveledat~~~theamazinganimated~~~storesp beogig an cherishe who.. . '" ''.. . "'' .. '' ... .....i ' .v"i"t
maryeled at-the amazing animated store the waterfront Especially interest- especially pharmaceutical compa- personal belongings and cherished who perhaps didn't attend, visit
window-displays and ing are the 15 to 20 articles con- nies, wants Afordable at a great memories back. Picker's Market and find as manyi
watched the horse drawn cerning homeless animals coupled cost to us, the payer/customer, .. Ijust-read Forgiveness liberates one of a kind" items I myselfcouldcarriages beside Central with: the associated upcoming We arejust beginning to figure the soul. That is why it is such a n't find elsewhere here on ourk
Park. fundraisers for the various animal out that the same insurance com- powerfl weapon (tNelson Mandela). island. .
Real old-fashioned shelters. Good hometown stuff! panies, health care professionals So during this Christmas season May the joy, and giving you all
homemade hot cocoa The la st couple of weeks, how- and pharmaceuticalcompanieshave spread the love and forgive. gave that day be returned to you
reminds me of a particular ever, the New-Leader has ventured already taken two steps forward. And may Gbd bless the 'Scrooge this Christmas and in the coming
language teacher I had at outside the local area and is diving That is one reason the medical'field that stole one family's mem- New Yetar!
boarding school who into the dangerous arena of nation- is prospering despite a difficult ories. Glenda Guthrie
aked us Springrleook- al politics. I am referig to the economy. Theyhave dedica .- Fer dina Beacl
aiodltr1'Q -,f VyiUo' -~~S rki'~n~ uh
ROOM Chistmas iner native Stanford/Austin, Texas. I person- -Af:oi"rdable" d A ct "e ..:t "-u
Griimany. (l; ir, T supportr
VIEW oGermany. tef-- ally do not care what a democratic Stay safe and well over the holi- Facts po YoungTi i
An orange pierced with hack from one of the most liberal days, there is more to come at ca -e mTim Digby has been the to
*"- cloves reminds me' fities inithe U tinks about the i-affordable price. John Cascone's Viewpoint con- executive officer at the new
HeathrA. when my daughter was lit- go erno6r of Texas or his opinion Paul Barnes cerning Amanda Young was poorly Omni Amelia Island Planttio
tle.ani d brought this treas- on how Republicans hate women.Jf Fernandina Beach conceived, poorly informed and Resort since the Oini hotel chai
Perry ure home to me from I wanted to read such stuff I'd gto poorlywritten. It surpie i e that, cuied the ppeiy abithre
S school, tied up with a the New York Times. I believe the G o l as an attorney, Mr. Cascone did not years ago.
bright red ribbon.: NewsLeaderwould be better served "more thoroughly research his facts During this time, th'e hote
But the memories arentall sweet. I can b notwading into the cesspool that It has been obviously noticeable before writing sucha letter to the roughlydoubled its conference facilnever see a bride doll or a big teddy bear is national politics. that the focus on recent shootings paper. ities, added all new suites and
withoutrecalling the year I was deprived of Don May has to do with the availability of Mr. Cascone has accused Ms. rooms, upgraded its golf d ,tennis
one and nearly didn't get the other. Fernandina Beach rental health seryices.As amental Young of filing a formal complaint facilities, built new swimming andi
Mystepmother accused me of snooping health provider for more than 25 with the Florida Department of dining venues and attracted many'
through the closetwhere she'd hidden Dave'W orld years, I agree completely that the Education against Coach (Mark) new customers and groups. These-them. My tearful (and true') protestations S need is there. Unfortunately, for-the, Dufr. This fact turns out to be not ,activities benefited Omni, ofcourse,
ofinnocence fell on deaf ears and if my dad -In last week's column, Daive victims ofrecentschool'shootings, true As Ms. Young haspointed qut, but they also brought customers to~ hadn't intervened on my behalf, there Sc'ott reports figures reflecting the "it's too late. Every masskillingdur- it was the school district, via nearby Fernandina Beach and,,
would've been no presents atall for me that wide income inequality in Nassau- ing the past 25 ears has been the Superintendent John Ruis, that filed' Amelia Island businesses.
year. C - '- ounty, and says he has 'no idea result of gun violence. the co&mplaintwith the Educational Of greater importance for our,
lost dut on the bride doll and cried .... what to make of these statistics." I'm well aware of the power of Piacties Commission. Quite sim- community is the manner in whci
*myself to sleep with my-face buried in the Then, in the same column, he gun lobbies. The pleas for psycho- ply, Amanda Young did not file the Tim connected' with public.
teddy bear's fuzzy-chest. "" chooses to share an incredibly tone logical help unfbrtunately,cannot complaint agencies, nonprofit organize.
-But those tears were nothing com- deaf observation about low-income bringback the victims of death by So Mr. Cascone has based a ,tions, tourism leaders and nearly'
pared to the ones, that slid down my face -fast-food workers and the "boatload firearms.:We can't provide help for -great deal of his accusation against everyone throughout our area. He that first Christmas without Daddy. I'd just ofbad decisions" he believes (from all of the potential shooters of this Ms. Young on a false fact. To'para- and his wife, Gail, gave their spent most of November at his side after his position of relative comfotand: country, asa reactionary response, .ph ras,'a very wise person, "Mr. personal time and attention to taking a leave 'of absence from my job to be -' -- privilege) they must have hade. if we allow folks to-obtain deadly C Cascone eatitled'to his personal local students and student: with him as he faced the final stages of lng Perhaps to make sense of it all, the weapons first! Almost anyone who opinion of Amanda Young, but he is groups; they assisted many of our cancer. Eventually, he-told me to go on back:: Christmas season might be a good wants a weapon .can get.: one. not allowed to create false facts to social service organizations; they: home and take care of mytoddler son. I left' time to reflect on what Jesus is 'Without laws with teeth, regarding support it" fostered good relationships with
reluctantly only to receive a phone call the reported to have taught about the acquisition of a-deadly weapon, This accusation was false, and local homeowner and club associafirst week-of December telling ie he was income inequality, and what the rich it is not going to happen. -L., that is a provable fact. There is a tions. .
gone." ". -:, '', man had to do to enter the king- .So we wait for the next Sandy -public record showing who filed 'Tim displayed the essential
The festive lights and ~arols didn't have- dom of heaven. - Hook or Littleton, Colo.,-muirder, the complaint. I do not know qualities of leadership: stimulating
- the same sparkle that year but I'khew I had - Richard McCullen and react for the need for counsel- Mr. Cascone, so Ido not knowwhy strategic vision, excellent connecto -keep it together for my little boy. As I set Fernandina Beach ing. This is like smoking and wait- his letter was written in -such a tion with others, supportive personals about decorating the tree, I came across a ing for atreatment for lung cancer. hateful -and mean-spirited man engagement and wisdom in exe-,
tiny teddy bear ornament Daddy-gave him R lon health When will we realize, whether you ner. Maybe he believed his cuting th' most important- object
for his first Christmas. I felt my -heart swell M like guns or not, that the only way accusation -but that does not make tives.
as I remembered how proud my-father was It is the Affordable Care Act, not to limit shootings is to reduce the it true. We, and a large number of our:
of his first grandson and I could hear him '"XXXXX Care." Whjle we are in a source, deadly weapons! However, I do know Amanda friends and neighbors,all desire toq saying, 'It's OK, kid." -, frustrating health care dilemma, Robert Howat Young, and she is a lady of integri- shout "lhankYon"for a job superbly
Many memories have been.made since -' moving forward we still face the : Licensed Mental Health ty, character and honesty. I support well done!
that Christmas and new ones will-be made same fundamental issues like "Doc Counselor her fully. Due to'the fact that his Robin and Bob Bolan
this year, rpady to be stored away to enjoy Fix" which has been around 'since Fernandina Beach main accusation toward Ms. Young Amelia Island
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"8. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 18.2013 NWS News-Leader

Oh no, snow.!
There may be many rea- change. Luckily it was a bit
sons that I choose to settle too warm for snow and the
here in Florida, but certainly rain did not mar the wedding
top on the list is my aversion party's visit to'the Naval
to snow. Don't get me wrong, Academy or the touching cerI love wintry scenes and emony itself that followed.
snow-capped mountains and Driving north to
all those good things. But Flemington, N.J., though, I
driving a car in snow, count began to regret the trip. The
me out. radio was talking of snow.
So it was somewhat of a My iPhone apps were pre- V EARTHTALK
gamble for me this past cou- dicting it too. And right on
ple of weeks schedule the flurries began
away from streaming on my car along H
I ne o unigbakthnWe Halti beach erosion
Fernandina. the Pennsylvania turnpike.
I knew No turning back then. When
snow sea- I got to my reunion in my .Beach erosion is a huge shore, promoting additional
son was friend's huge house on five issue for coastal areas in the I).S. beach loss. And the increased
imminent, acres of land the snow was and elsewhere. According to the severity and frequency of
But I also falling in earnest. I took pho- nonprofit American Shore & storms due to climate change
had my tos of the deer on her lawn at Beach Preservation Association only serves to further stir up
"three the edge of the brush, nearly (ASBPA), all beaches endure the remaining sand at many
WI, thumbtacks obscured by the falling snow. storms and other natural dis- beaches.
WAYS on the map" I took photos of my car being turbances that cause them to Building bulkheads in front
that urged covered in.snow. lose sand, but the causes of of individual homes, or along.
.*. me north I have to admit the show beach erosion are not always entire beachfronts, may provide.
Pat for a vaca- was a beautiful natural sight.I the same. "On the West Coast, some short-term relief from,
tion: For hadn't seen in years. Snow on beaches are sand-starved When beach erosion, but as often as
Foster-Turley -starters it huge evergreen trees, snow 'river dams block the flow of not these actions can cause
was Thanksgiving and I want- on bushes and driveways. sand," the group reports. That worse problems in the long run.
ed to visit my brother and his Snow, even, on the deer. And ..contrasts with Eastern beach- And land use regulations that
family in the outskirts of even more beautiful was the .es, they say, which often lack require homes and buildingsto,
Philadelphia: And it had been notion that I could spend the sand because inlets or naviga- be built with a big buffer zone to.
two years since I last visited night in Sue's masion with- tion projects interrupt the move- the beach can go a long way
my cousin Nellie and her out driving home that night. ment of-sand along the shore. toward protecting personal propfriends on the Amish farm in So, at last, with worries of "Things as disparate as storm- ertyand homevalues in coastalLancaster County, Pa., anoth- snow driving behind me, I driven waves or a simple change areas, but they,won't help preer thumbtack. And finally, the happily settled in for a night .in an offshore sandbar may vent beach erosion.
clincher, my good friends of fun with friends I had last cause one coastal area to lose According to ASBPA, physi
Sue Simpson and Genece seen nearly 40 years ago sand while another gains." cally adding sand to beaches to
SMinshew were getting'mar- friends who still were friends -"Ultimately, a beach erodes replace losses is really the best:
tried in Annapolis, Md., a after all these years. because the supply' of sand to fix "Coastal scientists have years.
state, unlike Florida, where The next day I had the joy the beach cannot keep up with of experience with beach
this union is legal. How could of sci-aping snow and ice off the loss of sand to the sea," says -restoration projects and have
I resist? my car and gingerly driving Ken Rubin, assistant professor of learned that adding sand in the
With a bit more planning I on salted highways back to geology and geophysics at the right quantities, properly engi-,
filled in my itinerarywith a PhiladelphiA. The snow had 7 University of Hawqii "Most sand. neered and maintained, can
.day athe Baltimore stopped, but ice was still a is transported from inland via make a beach last forever."
daya a h*, Baltimore. r tp e ,b ti ew s tl !. :..:.;:;i:: :. .. .
Aqju.iu where an old problem,.but.not enough to rivers and streams. The Of course the bestsolution to,
fr i gdf ne*was president hinder my progress back to damming of most waterwaysin any problem, including beach
a a 'C, ""-"etunion in my brother's house. On the the U.S. has thus prevented a erosion, is to address the caus
F ieiigton, NJ., with day I was steady to leave for major supply of sand from get- es, ot the symptoms. oncersome high school friends and the final trip to the airport it t ing to our beaches." ted global'. efforts to curb the
: :.*: ';:! ::: > : :.:: i::..;::!:: :i ./:,. ::::' i~i.; He dds hat eachieroionnmissons that rre drivni clg day spent in New York City was snowing again. Lots of He adds that beach erosion emissions that are driving cli
with my brother and one of snow! can be'exaggerated during peri- mate change and the elimnina.
his daughters. I was all set It was too much snow for ods of rapid sea level rise, such tion ofdams along inland water
and committed, so north I anyone in the family to risk as thatwhich we are expected to ways are both urgently needed
flew driving me to, the airport so experience soon as a'result of lest'we want to keep spending
When I was finally in my my brother and I slogged global warming melting the millions of dollars on remedia-.
rental car for a week of driv- through the falling snow to .SUsBMrrED polar ice caps. "When the tion projectsthatjust'haveto be
ing the snow forecasts start- the nearby trolley station Our intrepid reporter and her suitcase head to the encroaching sea comes against repeated over and over again in ed streaming in. The trip to and on to the 30th Street Philadelphia airport as she braves the snowy north- people's property, the tendency what is essentially a losing bat Lancaster County and the train station where I boarded lands of the U.S. is for people to try and stop the t1e.
two days there were a a train to the airport, and he encroachingg sea," Rubin reports. CONTACTS: ASBPA, www.
breeze. The weather was head61 off to the university "They armor the shoeline with;Ken Rubin
crisp and fall-like and the to teachhis last class of the activities of my past two house. And, best of all, with- seawalls, revetments, jetties, etc. est.hawaii.edui/kArubn.
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Continental general lost battle, won war
TOM RAYMOND turkey buzzards, or whatever harsh treatment of captives at Elbert had just arrived at
For the News-Leader other scavengers the natural- the time. The king's men tried Washington's latest field
ist William Bartram had to suborn Elbert's allegiance, headquarters in southern
This account was presented observed and recorded in his offering promotions and hon- Virginia, where the comat the Amelia Island Museum diaries during his visit here ors should he "turn his coat," mander-in-chief was delighted
fHistory on Nov. 15 in the three years earlier. .but he remained loyal to the to accept his services. Elbert
monthlyseries "3rd Friday on Elbert and Howe returned American cause. was given command of a full
3rd Street." home with their remaining )iNlj OF A r R 1f t While the British had brigade in the fall of 1781, as
The second assault of troops as skirmishes contin- failed to control Charles the Siege of Yorktown unfold,
British East Florida commen- ued between Patriots and Towne in 1776, by the end of ed against the dug-in
ced with great expectations. Tories throughout southern 1780 this strategic site was Redcoats. Here he developed
Samuel Elbert and his mount- Georgia. Elbert wrote to his under siege. After a long and a lasting friendship with a
ed militia crossed the Satilla commanding officer in valiant struggle the city fell to young French general,
River southbound on 21 June Savannah, "I think that little Gen. Henry Clinton and a Gilbert du Motier, aka the
1778, just as a solar eclipse can be done, unless by a for- Royal Naval squadron with marquis de Lafayette; Elbert
loomed overhead, the first midable invasion, which I 14,000 men. The.5,400-man would name a son for him. In
such event recorded in the judge to be rather too much force of Continentals and October on the James-York
Colonies. Some of the troops for Georgia to undertake till Militia under General Lincoln peninsula, the British found
were spooked by the omen, her forces are put on a more (no relation to Abe) surreni- themselves hemmed in by the
"the dark day," and deserted. respectable footing, and dered, the single worst defeat Continentals, including
But by 28 June Elbert was therefore recommend confin- of the entire war for America. Elbert's brigade, a French'
joined by Continen-tal ing our operations entirely to This included the imprison- legion on the mainland, and
General Robert Howe. They the defensive till a more favor- ment, but thankfully not the the French Navy commandadvanced with 400 combined able opportunity. We have too execution, ofthree signers of ing the Chesapeake. This preSmen and occupied the aban- many secret enemies the Declaration of vented His Majesty's fleet
doned stockade Fort Tonyn amongst us who keep up a Independence. Yet new from providing relief or
on the upper St. Marys at regular correspondence with heroes emerged, Francis retreat. Cornwallis was forced
King's Ferry (another source our Florida neighbors ... and "The Swamp Fox" Marion and to lay down his arms, muttersays at Point Peter near until they are put to a stop, it Thomas Sumter, whose ing his famous lament "The
today's town of St. Marys). will be impossible for us to troops badgered the enemy world turnedupsid down"
However, on 30 June a enter Florida without their for long months from the hin- (from an old English tune, in
command conflict erupted having timely notice of our A marker installed by the Solis Of the American terlands. At this time the -turn from Book of Acts- 176).'
between Georgia Gov. John approach." Revolution just up US 1 from the center of Callahan pro- Augusta Patriots, the This effectively ended theHoustoun and Howe who In the fall of 1Z78, the vides details about a battle during the second assault of efitrenched movement-there, American Revolution, formalcouldn't agree who'd actually British launched a campaign British East Florida in June 1778. petitioned the Continental ly inked with the Second
lead the invasion; also, the to retake Savannah. In late _Congress to offer British Treaty of Paris in 1783.
Continental Naval command- December, a fleet with 3,500. .. Brig-Gen. James Hamilton in Lincoln was honored by
er, Commodore Oliver troops aboard approached the they drove out the Patriots, the three'divisions under ex-change for Elbert, and to Washington when asked to
BoWen, refused to subordi- city. The weather was cold forcing them to retreat across Ashe since he was but a arrange for Elbert's promo- -receive the sword of surrennate to the ground forces and and harsh. This was, after all, a bridge over a wide. frigid, colonel in' the Continental tion to the rank of brigadier- der that October of 1781. offered little support from his near the end of the Little Ice creek. Most made it but, the Army.:Here, Elbeitnearly lost general in the Continental Although the Limeys mainposition in the nearby estuary Age (c.1550-1850) where British seized the crossing his life. Army. With the capture of tained control of Charles
Nonetheless, Col. Elijah global temperatures dropped before Elbert's forces arrived, In the Battle of Brier' Charles Towne, to otherwise Towne through December of Clarke pressed on with 300 almost 2 degrees F and the who then had to- swim the icy Creek on 3 March, 1779, the boost morale, the request was 1782- it dawned on the Royal cavalry to today's Callahan freeze zone pushed 300 miles waters to avoid capture. Redcoats routed Ashe's main granted and Elbert was set Navy in the late 1700s that citThey were greeted by 450 further south each winter for Elbert and Howe soon ren- army, which scattered into free in the winter of 1780. Big rus, much of it from British dug-in British Regulars and three centuries. (Recall dezvoutsed eight miles above the woods. The left flank mistake were you a Redcoat. Florida, couldabate scurvy South Carolina Royalists Emanuel Leutze's ice flows in Savannah. under' Elbert was driven up In January of 1781, the thecity was finally reclaimed
under Maj. James M: Prevost his classic oil of Washington Throughout the dark win- against the creek and sur- Battle of Cowpens (USS Cow- by the Patriots in eatly 1783.. and thrown back at the crossing.the Delaware, ter of '78-79 the capital city rounded on all sides. Elbert pens, another honored WWII For atime English companies
Skirmish of Alliga-tor Bridge. unseen today.) Col. Samuel was pillaged by the English. 7 and Lt. Col. John McIntosh carrier) in northern rural fought on out in the Carolina A markerinstalled a number Elbert wrote to Gen. Hope abandoned the region -60 Continenitals and 150 South Carolina proved a deci- and Georgia wilderness but
of years ago by the Sons of Benjamin Lincoln, and surrendered all of Militia fought toturn the sive victory forAmerica's were soon convinced to
1the American Revolu-tion jist Commanding Officer, Georgia, for which he was tide with no help from the Southern Campaign. Brig- trudge back into Savannah up US 1 from the center of Southern Army, "The articles later court-martialed. o ther divisions. In the words Gen. Daniel Morgan com- and Charles Towne to board Callahan provides more of provisions we shall have Georgians who hadn't fled to of the Georgia Historical manded that turning point. By ships bound for an inglorious.
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officials now have addition- This was written by Angela vided them with alcohol and ually packaged and labeled, as al help in protecting the Daughtry of the News-Leader sexually molested them. well as suspected hash neighborhoods of Nassau fm oral and written reports by Levin also allegedly con- residue.
County, following the the Nassau County Sheriff's vinced the 14-year-old victims Police interviews with
launch of Advanced Office, the City of Fernandina to send nude photographs of neighbors and the presence of
Disposal's community safe- Beach Police Departmeit and themselves by cell phone. children's items also revealed ty program Advanced Alert. other agencies. Arrest indicates According to the report, Levin Di Carlo's children stayed at Through this program, suspicion ofa crime, notguilt, threatened to publish the pho- the residence every other
Advanced Disposal employ- Anyone with information tographs on social network weekend.
ees will act as an extra set about criminal activity can coan- sites if they did not send addi- Di Carlo was charged with of eyes and ears for local tact the Fernandina Beach tional sexually explicit photos. possession of over 20 grams police, fire and emergency Police Department at 277-7342 According to the report, of marijuana, with other services, and report any or the Nassau County Sheriffs the victims were able to iden- charges pending, according to
suspicious activity that they' Office anonymously by calling tify Levin and his vehicle the report. may witness during their 225-0147 in Yulee or Fernan- through photographs.
routes. dina Beach, or 879-2136 in Levinwasarrestedforlewd Felonyares
"We are pleased to part- Callahan, Hilliard or Bryce- and lascivious battery, using a Victor. David Mercado, ner with Advanced Dispo- ville. The "We Tip" program a computer to lure a child, and 42,85328Theresa Road, Yulee,
sal on this crime preven- 1-800-78CRIME also allows traveling to meet a child after Dec. 8, domestic battery by tion program," said Sheriff callers to leave anonymous tips. luring, strangulation.Bill Leeper. "'qhis type of E Kimberly McLeod
neighborhood watch initia- P a3ru 1 M1a ual r w Peeples, 50, Jacksonville, Dec
tive will enhance the safety 8, driving while license susof Nassau County commu-. A local man was arrested pended or revoked, habitual.
nities and provide law Dec. 4for allegedly using elec- A local man was arrested E Laquan Reshard Richo,
enforcement officers with tronic devices to lure three Dec. 6 for growing and pos- 24, Fernandina Beach, Dec. 8, an extra set of eyes on the girls, ages 13 and 14, into sessing a large amount of mar- possession of cocaine. street to protect our neigh- wooded areas for sexual ijuana in. his home in Yulee N Gary Woodruff, 56, borhoods and our citi- encounters, according to after an investigation that 87144 Bell River Estate Road,
zens." Nassau County Sheriffs Office included the Jacksonville Drug Yulee, Dec. 6, Nassau County
Through itsAdvanced reports. Enforcement Administration, warrant, violation of probaAlert program, Advanced The report states that the Fernandina Police Depart- tion/grand theft
Disposal employees have Joseph Luis Levin; 37, 33392 ment and the Nassau County l Wayrie Kenneth Franks,
undergone training on what' Sunny Parke Circle, Fernan- Sheriffs Office, according to a 29, Dobson, N.C., Dec. 5, to look for and how to dina Beach, allegedly fAsed a police report. Nassau County warrant, grand
respond in the case of an smart phone message appli- The report states that theft, dealing in stolen propemergency. Should any- cation-to convince a 13-year- Laurence Di Carlo,87006 Kip, erty.
thing occur. While on their. old girl to send him nude plio- Lane, Yulee, was observed E Kristina Diane Meeks, routes, drivers are instruct-. tos of herself He then tra eled Dec. 6 by police surveillance' 25, Jacksonville, Dec. 3, St. ed to pull over at the safest to a remote location in Hilliard leaving his house and was later Johns County warrant, grand location and call emer- to meet the victim and arrested for speeding on A1A, theft. gency officials of their engaged in sexual intercourse which resulted in an arrest for i Mark Elwood Gallagsupervisor in anon-emer- with her on two occasions, possession of 45.7 grams of. her, 52, 96580 Chester Road,
gency situation. according to thereport. marijuana stored in a coffee Yulee, Dec. 3, Nassau County
SUBMITmED Advaced Disposal and The 13-year-old's smart can. warrant, violation of probaits 90 employees inNassau phone was forensically ana- Later the same day, police tion/possession of a controlled County provide commercial lyzed by police and photos of entered Di Carlo's house by substance.
Sand residential waste and Levin and his vehicle were force 'after knocking on the Charles. Edward
4 '-recycling services to found, .as well as messages door and' announcing their Spurl6ckJr.,49, Folkston, Ga.,
;A .: ", 21,850 single-familyresi- between Levin andthevictim, presence. They found two Dec.3, defraudingofalodging
dences and more than 900 according to the report. groiind-floor rooms dedicated establishment.
*Scommercial customers. In another report, county to growing marijuana, accord- N Wondra Akilah Forrest,
D yspring i ge ecre a deputies investigated' Levin's ing to the report Onie room 34,913 Cedar St., Fernandinause of a cotnputer to allegedly had eight large marijuana Beach, Dec. 3, Nassau County are needed for 2013 lure two. 14-year-olds. The plantsand3.5poundsoflarge warrant, violation of drug
arenede fo 201 .report states. Levin used a marijuana buds, as well as a offender probation/dealing iri
Please call smartphoneapplicationtolure wall calendar explaining how stole property, giand theft,
ease c the victims to wooded areas to grow different strands of failure to appear/petit'theft.
Michelle Cook 904-583-1900 near their homes and then pro- marijuana . Lsa LynetteAlsahwi, 40,
According tothe repot the 996005 Starlight Lane, Yulee,
or A" other ground-floor room con- Dec. 3, Nassau County capias,
or ant ant lu c tained 22 smaller marijuana grand theft.
or plants. Both rooms contained El Travis Marshall Blackto volunteer ballasts, CO2 tanks, grow elder, 33, 503 Sunset Road,
M lamps, water barrels, drying Fernandina Beach, Dec. 2,bat* tables, an air filter, extension tery by'a person detaine4din a
....* cords, timers and surge pro-, prison or jail facility. tectors- items consistent with 0 Luke Christian Field, 792.
9048457501 *AL #5766 a growing operation. Grove Park Circle, Fernadina
6Own/Agent p 0 N U Police also found 24more Beach, Dec. 2, driving while
E, S 20 p root-ball plant stems in the license suspended, driving
garage thhgh, beg receptjy uder. the lyegywep t]4ul
".- fl.,arvested, and freezer 'ags offense,DUIwith damageto
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The following report was standing costs. Nassau County, and may be drug/alcohol evaluation within cated guilty. Probation was Defender's ,Office and $100 to
compiled by Angela Daughtry, N Ajury trial date of Feb 10 transferred to Alachua County 60 days of release, random uri- revoked and terminated he the State Attorney's Office. News-Leaderstaff from the Dec. was set for Gordon Greg to deal with pending charges. nalysis and attend AA meetings received a suspended sentence N Edward Szakacs II admit12 court docket of Circuit Court Daniels, charged with driving Qutstanding warrants that may once a week. He must send a of five years in a state prison, ted to a violation of probation Judge Robert M. Foster while license suspended, habit- be active are to be served. letter of apology to the victim He will be released from being served for sale or delivU Joseph Daniel Burchfield ual offender. N Anthony Richard Lamp and send copies to the judge Nassau County Jail to his par- ery of a controlled substance
pleaded not guilty to grand E Harvey Richard Fipps admitted to two counts of vio- and the state attorney. He was ents on Jan. 6 and must imme- and was adjudicated guilty. theft, dealing in stolen proper- pleaded not guilty to grand theft lation of probation being served ordered to pay $418 in court diately report to Bridges of ProliationwaSrevoked and terty and giving false verification of motor vehicle, possession of for two counts of grand theft costs, $352 in surcharges and Hope program and must com- minated and hewas sentenced ownership to a pawnbroker. controlled, substance para- and was adjudicated guilty. $100 to the State Attorney's plete the program. If not, the to six monthsin Nassau C6unty
N Jeffery Michael Chaney phernalia and possession of Probation was revoked and ter- Office. prison sentence will go into Jail with credit fortime served
pleaded not guilty to driving less than 20 gramsof cannabis, minated and he was sentenced 0 Shawn William Marcum effect since Nov. 4, Hewas ordered to
while license suspended, habit- no citation, to 12 months in Nassau County Jr. was served an affidavit and 1 Ashley Nichole Murphy pay $928.72 in outstanding
ual offender. M Mark Elwood Gallagher Jail with credit for time served admitted to a violation of pro- was served an affidavit and costs.
E Ajury trial date of Feb. 10 admitted to a violation, of pro- since Oct. 18. Sentence is to bation being served for deal- admitted to a violation of pro- Ajury trial date ofJan. 13 was set for Brandon Joseph bation being served for domes- run concurrently. He was ing in stolen property and was bation being served for :pos- was set for Paul Rayshawn Claxton, charged with posses- tic battery and possession of a ordered to pay $1,420.64 in out- adjudicated guilty. Probation session of a controlled sub- Taylor, charged with'possession of a listed chemical with controlled substance and was standing costs. was revoked and terminated stance and possession of less sion ofcocane, no citation,.pos
intent to manufacture a con-* adjudicated guilty. He was sen- N Jeasie Leon-Rivera plead- and he was sentenced to six than 20 grams of cannabis, no session of a controlled subtrolled substance. tenced to time served in ed guilty to dealing in stolen months in Nassau County Jail citation, and was adjudicated stance, driving while license
Ajury trial date of Feb. 10 Nassau County Jail. Drug property and giving false veri- with credit for time served guilty. Probation was revoked suspended or revoked andposwag set for William Tyler offender probation wis rein- fication of ownership to a pawn- since Oct. 18. He was ordered and terminated and she was session of controlled substance Conner, charged with two stated and extended six broker and was adjudicated to pay $1,295.94 in outstanding sentenced to 90 days in Nassau paraphernalia. counts of sale, delivery pur- months, and he must submit guilty. He was sentenced to six costs. CountyJail with credit for time 0 Ronald JullanWeinberg
chase or manufacture of mari- to random urinalysis and attend months in Nassau County Jail Steven Wallace Masters served since Nov. 16 'and III was served an affidavit juana and one count of sell, two Alcoholics Anonymous and ordered to pay $418 in pleaded not guilty to sale, man- ordered to pay $997.36 in out- and admitted to a violation of manufacture or deliver with meetings a week. court costs, $165 in restitution, ufacture or delivery of a con- standing.costs. probation being served for dealintent to sell a controlled sub- Anthony William Gerhold $150 to the Public Defender's trolled substance. TimothyJohnPerryman ing 'in to'len property' and
stance, sale, manufacture or pleaded guilty to organized Office and $100 to the State E James Ryan McKinney pleaded not guiltyto attempting was adjudicated" guilty. deliver a controlled substance fraud less than $20,000and was Attorney's Office. Sentence is was served an affidavit and to obtain a controlled substance Probation was reinstateWdith and possession of a controlled adjudicated guilty. He was not to run concurrently with a denied two counts'ofviolation bywithholdiig information. the original trms and- condisubstance. prosecuted on seven counts of pending Duval County sen- of probation being served for. Tara Patrice Rainey plead' tiqns and $1,000 is to b
substanvilnc.ce.6 giidthf mt SBilly Joe Corson admit- exploitation of an; tence, and Duval County may battery/domestic violence. ed guilty to grand theft motor ited to'the aniount o in ted to two counts of violation less than $20,000. He was sen- pick him up to be sentenced on Nathan Ray Morris II vehicle and was adjudicated restitution. of probation being served for tenced to 54 months in a state charges. admitted to a violation of pro- guilty. She was sentenced to l Brandon Scott Wooley
burglary of a structure or con- prison with credit for time 0 Michael Brett Lozier bation being served for pos- eight months irrNassau County' pleaded notguilty t ,two oults veyance and was adjudicated served and ordered to pay $418 pleaded guilty atan easier date session of a controlled sub- Jailwith creditfor time served of sale, manufatcture delivguilty. Probation was revoked in court costs, $150 to the do battery on an emergency stance and posession of drug and ordered to, pay.$'418 in, ery of a controlled sguibstance. and terminated and he was sen- Public Defender's Office and medical care provider and was paraphernalia and was adjudi- court costs, $150 to the Public adaughtry@bnewsleader com tenced to 10 months in Nassau $100 to the State Attorney's adjudicated guilty. He was sen- .
CountyJailwith creditfortime Office. Restitution is reserved tenced to three years in a state served sinie Oct. 4. He was by the State Attorney's Office. prison, followed by two years ordered to pay $2,863.89 in oit- He must never return to probation. He must have a THRD DEE R 19

Murder trial rescheduled
News Leader for the New out and choked McSwain
Year. unconscious.
A jury trial date of Jan. 29 Deputies McSwain's estranged wife H
has been set for Michael arrested told deputies she Attemptedto
Glenn McSwain II, 32, accused McSwain at wrest the gun'from his control, -'
of 'trying to kill his estranged a Callahan but failed and fled the.resiwife and her boyfriend ,in residence dence. *
2011. early on Nov. She was transported to- a
'McSwain was arraigned on 3, 2011. Ac- Jacksonville hospital for burns
amended information Thursday McSwain cording to to her hands and chest pains,
and pleaded not guilty to reports at the according.toreportsatthe time, 'LAI
attempted first-degree felony time, the andthe boyfriend was treated
murder with .nhancement, boyfriend' told investigators forfaciallacerations. .E armed burglary of a dwelling that he 'answered a knock at 'Deputies noted in their and possession of a firearm by the front door and -found 'report tht the wife had. an a convicted felon. He remains in McSwain pointing a gun at activeinjunction for protection 'aXr Nassau County Jail without him. McSwain allegedly fired against McSwain. They also ,. bond.. one round through the observed a bumper sticker on
This is the third trial date glas's door and'then two rounds his 2003 Ford Ranger that read, change for McSwain. He was into a closet where the "Stop whining 'and plot
4nitially'setto'stand trial8e u-9, &i hied5W'WOv. id'"Rt 'tht"'ti tht, dy Gis rep18. Now the trial is scheduled deputies said the boyfriend ran resenting McSwain.' SAL AE30 F

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Mermaid Queen reigns here

News Leader Sluder has always had a
fascination with mermaids.
recently crowned watching the mermaids at world is very serene
International Weeki Wachee Springs with orld is very serene
Mermaid Queen her parents George and and quietandl'm
2013. Jennie Crady, the mythical
After attending a large sea creatures have held a spe- glad to be part of that
gathering of mermaid fans cial place in her heart world as a mermaid.'
called Merpalooza in Orlando "They were so graceful
last year, the Yulee woman and beautiful, dancing and INTERNATIONAL MERMAID
was encouraged to enter .the playing under the water. QUEEN LYNN SLUDER
pageant at the third annual Their happiness seemed to
event at Hogan's Beach in radiate through the glass and
Tampa. I was so happy watching
Each of the 28 contestants them. I just had to become a
was asked to write a short mermaid!" ors of the Caribbean Sea. toall things mermaid and
autobiography and after don- Growing up beside Crady "When I put on my cos- oceanic brings her a lot of joy,
ning their mermaid tails, Lake in Yulee, Sluder says tume, it is a magical feeling. I there are also times of great appeared before a panel of she can't remember a time am trapsformed into this oth- concern, as when she recentfour judges, including when she couldn't swim. erworfdly being who is beau- ly learned the Florida coral
Mermaid author Carolyn "Our everyday lives basi- tiful and graceful and never reefs are dying at an alarming
Turgeon arid three others. cally revolved around the shy, one who is gracious and rate.
"We were asked what we lake, so between swimming, encouraging, who can cure Remembering the awe
liked about being a mermaid. boating, skiing and fishing, tears vith a smile and bring inspiring beauty of the China My answer was probably the we lived in the vater." hope to anyone who has a Sea reefs, Sluder's husband shortest 'Mermaids are eter- It wasn't until20 years dream." wanted to show her the
nal.'" -later, when her husband Rick Sluder loves the feeling Florida Keys where he had
After waiting poolside for was stationed 4t Kadena Air of being able to inspirepeo- learned to dive in the1970s. the results, Sluder was sur- Force Base in Okinawa, ple. "We were both very disapprised, elated and honored to Japan,.that Sluder had the "Like Superman in his cos- pointed in the condition of the learn she had been chosen opportunity to expand her tume, these are the 'super reefs. It's distressing to think the new queen. underwater horizons. The powers' that my mermaid cos- my grandchildren may never
Upcoming royal duties crystal clear waters of the tume brings to me,".she said. know the beauty of the underinclude joining with Mer- East China Sea made a lasting People who inhabit "the sea World." King, Christomer Starfish, to impression. world of the feet" may also Sluder's family still make
crown the newest Mer- "The coral reefs were consider being able to hold their homes on Crady Lake.
Princess, Syrena of absolutely breathtaking and liher breath for a little over two Theproperty used to be open.
"Singapore. teeming with life and the minutes a super power. to the public h nd families
"In January will be water was so clear it seemed Mermaids and mermaid enjoyed a 56foot slide, boat- ,
attendingthe North Carolina you could see forever," said culture are trending now and ing, iing and picnickj thel~ Northne Carolina a
MerFest, a fundraising event Sluder. Sluder has joined with many at the lake in thi late 1960s
SUBMITIED for Sirenian International, a Following this experience, other mermaid lovers in and early '70s:. ynn Sluder displays the mermaid costume she wore group concerned with the the lure of the water world events that are both fun and When she's notmaovi
when crowned queen at Third Annual MerPalooza in conservation of themanatee grew stronger and Sluder inspiring. through the undeiwat ,r
rampaz and dugong populations and took lessons and obtained "There's a whole subcul- world she adore, $uder
jTam _, .. -. and dtg ng po0pulations an ... ... .. .. $1de
our shared habitats around certification as a scuba diver- ture for mirmaids. The mer- makes uo hedegreei from the Professional maid community is a wonder- web designand tern tehl
We haballwihfmly d fiend- durnganother Bn Scooof 'Association of Diving ful group .of people, men and nology.
we during another Bean School of Instructors (PADI). women, who enjoy giving of She is anxious to use her
Ducehristasreci.heWomesCNlubwasaperfectsetting cidthe Returning to Weeki themselves to create a -better celebrity status to draw attenluminaries dong l4thStreetaddedto the. evening'scharm. Wehave a a E YING FOR Wachee, Sluder discovered world or everyonernd tion t thel toFloridas
ertecmmnlylhrksod ortis~flCoebyth"ofe I ". hY'RE FOD, Sludere world for everyone around tionto the plight of Florida's
ented communtyanks to all for this gifl Cme by the coffee on 2ND they offered Mermaid Camps them," said Sluder: endangered springs.
A A DEER TRACKS A CHANCE and signed up right way. "Most of us are concerned "I'sw a*ideoYouTul
Lot us bring JOY to your plumbing. Call us,come by or email Adopt A Companion Today "Nervous and excited,1 .: about our oceans and springs. about Foida's'sp agpidIl 24/7 emergency repair service. donned the mermaid tail for -We try to teach people that was cryigbypiee e~dot- ;
New construcion, residential, commercial orindustna needs.Showroom ,the first time. It was a magical the things we do cana These are spna TI
and counter sales open foryou. Caring people answer our phones. metamorphosis. Encourage' lasting impact on ou rocens went to as a kid-a y
"EL arnd taught by the former mer- and sea life, and we encour- longer ekist." AgA & DEERWALK -- & aidsofWeekiWachi age conservation and recy- -Crady Lake wisedo
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The University of Nebraska will play the University of Georgia in the Jan. 1 TaxSlayer com Gator Bowi."
The Nebraska Cornhuskers, the Big Ten Conference representative, finished their regular season with an overall record of 8-4. This matchup will mark their second appearance in the Gator, BoWl Classic,.where they hold a 1-0 record after defeating Clemson in 2009. The Georgia:Bulldogs, the Southeastern Conference representative, also has an 8-4 record entering the Gator Bowl. This will be Georgia's fourth appear.ance in the Gator Bowl and <. ......their first appearance since Jan. 1, 1989, when the Bulldogs beat Michigan State 3427 in Coach Vince Dooley's last game as -Georgia's head football coach. Georgia has a 2-0-1 overall record in the Gator Bowl.
"Nebraska and Georgia are truly among the greatest of footbalitraditionsin the nation. The Cornhuskers and Bulldogs have had exciting seasons and we'are looking forward to a truly great bowl matchup in Jacksonville on New Year's Day," said Gator Bowl chair Andy Pradella.
"The GatorBowl gives our football team the opportunity to play in a New Year's Day bowl for a third straight season,and we look forward to lthe trip to Jacksonville," Neibraska head coach Bo Pelini said. "We had a great experience at the Gator Bowl when we playedthere in my first year here. We hve some
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ing played them last year in the bowl game but these are '.:,', 2 two different football teams."
"We are proud to celebrate our 50th bowl appearance with a trip to Jacksonville for the TaxSlayer.cqm Gator Bowl," University of Nebra8. ska director of athletics Shawn Eichorst said. "The Gator Bowl.has been 4 wonderful partner for the Big Ten for severalyears, and our studenA-athletes, coaches, staff and fans will have agreat experience in Jacksonville. The University of Georgia is an exceptional institution, has an outstanding football program and will be a great, N "matchup for our team."
"We are delighted with the selection of our team to represent the Southeastern Conference in the TaxSlayer.cbm Gator Bowl," said UGAdirecf athletics Greg McGarixt"It's ad tnbelievewe h ot played thee sinceViceDolys last game folh lwnth'1988 season. "
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good weather, outstanding attrtiois, a first-class stadium and we look forward t6 competing against an out- standing Nebraska team. OurY fanslhave been a pt of our success, an conllidentthegrwill su tthe
this bowl game."
"I coidn't be more excited for our team and especially our seniors with the opportunity to play in the TaxSlayer. corn Gator Bowl which has long been one of the premier games on Jan. 1," said UGA PHOTOS BY BETHJONE/NEWS-L-ADER head coac Mark Riclt. "Ithe Yulee High School girls and boys basketball teams hosted the Fernandina Beach Pirates Thursday night.The hosts were victorious in both will be an opportunity to
games. return to the citywe visit
briefly each fall, but this time twill be a completely new i ::." i pportunity to spend time

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also looking forward to the The Yulee High School boys bas- The Hornets outscored the Pirates Gaskins and Jacob Spence had five county game Friday night, falling 54- :challenge of playing a quality ketball team collected its first win of .1 12-5 in overtime for the win. The each: 37 to host West Nassau. opponent with the rich tradifhe season Thursday, defeating the :Pirates dropped to 3-5. The Lady Hornets prevailed over The Lady Pirates beat First tion of Nebraska?.
isiting Fernandina Beach-Pirates 43- Yulee's Thomas led all scorers the Lady Pirates in the first game of Coast 65-19 Saturday. KarriNantz led The 69th annualTaxSlay6 in overtime. with 15 points. Teammate Wilson the night. with a double-double, 32 points and Gator Bowl will be
The Pirates led throughout the 'scored 10. Jared Pauls led the Pirates Fernandina Beach's boys host 10 rebounds, while adding four played Jan. 1 at Everame but the YHS Hornets came :with 14 points. AlexfBrown had a dou- Bishop'Snyder Friday at 7:30 p.m. assists, three blocks and three steals. Bank Field in Jacksonville.
Within fwo points at the end of the ble-double for FBHS with 11 points The Lady Pirates host Trinity Julie Fournier also had a stellar game Tickets and Bowl information ahird.quarter. The game was knotted and 13 rebounds. Carson Van Etta Thursday at 7 p.m. with a double-double, 10 points and are available online at
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Simmons shares encounters with bears

-Phis past fall, I nearly missed a chance of
harvesting a deer of a lifetime while photographing a big buck instead," Amelia Island's Steve Simmons said. "Amazingly it also happened during a 2012 bow hunting trip to
Alberta, Canada."
Like many bow hunters today, Simmons
will simply pass up the opportunity of taking a
trophy deer unless the big buck scores more than his
previous largest deer.
Instead, Simmons stalks trophy Alberta deer with his
camera and then returns to
the hunt club and studies the
photos to see if his photographed deer is actually a
real trophy.
OUTDOORS This past spring the hunt
club found an antler shed that
later proved to be from that
TerryLacoss big buck I passed up during a
previous fall hunt," Simmons said. "This was
extremely encouraging because I had
received a lot of criticism from my fellow bow hunters on passing up such a big trophy while
taking pictures instead. Also the shed was
found only half of a mile from that same opening in the woods.
"During this past fall's bow hunt we experienced north winds, which are really bad for
hunting deer. Later in the week, the winds blew from the south, so I took up a stand in
the exact same open area of the deep wobds,
where I had photographed that big buck." SUBMrITED PHOTQS
Simmons normally bow hunts from a tree Matt Howell, left, and Steve Simmons are pictui'ed with a pair of trophy deer they harvested while bow huiiting in Alberta, Canada,
stand, but calculated that his deer of a lifetime this past September. Both seasoned bow hunters countered a black bear that had Simmons' trophy deer in mind.
would enter the openwoods just before dark
leaving a small Window toharvest his deer. 7-
"Iset up a stand right at the opening where s
I hoped the big buck would enter," Simmons
said. "Five minutes before sunset,, large
1 blackibear walked out into the open and stood there just 10 steps away likea big truck."
That large black bear ruined all hopes for SSimimons harvesting his big buck.
A few days later, Simmons once again set
uip his stand one hour before dark.
"Fifteen minutes before dark a pair of does
entered the opening and began blowing,
which I thought would distract my big buck,"
Simmons said. "Luckily, that big buck soon
walked into the opening and stopped 22 yards
from me. Unfortunately, a bush blocked my shot. Waited some five minutes before the: big buck backed up a few steps, giving me a
clear shot"
Simmons made a perfect shot with his
recurve bow, resulting ih the big buck exiting '
into the deepwoods.
"I saw there was a good blood trail but it
was simply getting too dark to track the deer,"
Simmons said. "Instead, the next morning, we
followed the blood trail deep into the thick
woods.It didn't take-Matt Howell, Rick P' yir
ahdl me idri-tb~idthe deer,which had
been covered up in. leaves by a bear that night
"While dressing out the deer, alarge black
bear came backto claim its meal. We backed tup into a niarby'bush;where I later stood up
and shot the growling bepr with my bow Bryce Schli t, lef recently harvested this nice Wild
."The Wounded'bear ran. off into a large hog while hinting at the Nassau River Hunt Club.
thicket; we actually crawled on our hands and .Rhonda Bruni Guillory above, is pictured with her troknees in hopes of locating the bear." phy 1 0-point deer she harvested this fall during a Texas
Simmons and Howell had tabandon the hunt withqhusband Tim Guillory.
search for the bear, but fortunately secured ....__._".___________.._' .$Simmons' deer of alifetime. The deer weighed S270 pounds, had 18 points, including a lage, the nearby riverbed while. communicatingwith had a 44 magnum pistol with three grizzly 'When you fell it gave :me a clear' shot." dr op tine horn that contributed to itsfion-typi. walky talkies,,"Simmons said. "Soonn my guide bears right on myheals. Certainly Simmonshas enjoyed taking pic"cal scoring of 190 points. c alled that caribou were justahead of nty posi On reaching theriverbed, I slipped on a tures oftrbphy deer and skillfully harvested
But this is not the: only bear encounter tikat tion and walking dowfi a trail to the riverbed. slick rock and fell Lying there hopelessly with trophy deer that proved to be photograph-worSimmons has experienced. .". However, when I spotted the caribou, they grizzly bears only afew seconds away, I heard thy. However, inost will cohtend that his bear
"During a past Alaskan caribou hunt, my suddenly bolted back uip the trail.' gunsio s 'Why did you wait so long to shott' encounters have proved to be just .as notable. guide walked on a ridge that overlookeda "I turned to'see three huge grizzly bears I questioned my guide" Antlered,'deer season isnow open in
hi) ,beueo gor Floridabalr I quetine my throude re.1.Fr lut
riiVerbed, anticipating spotting caribou that standing righifbehind me. Naturally, without a "I could not shoot because you were Florida's Zone C through Jan. 19. For all huntw ould walk down into the riverbed. I waited in, gun, I began running towards my guide, who between me and the bears,"'the guide said. ing regulations visit

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HInterclub tourney at GCAI


The Golf Club of Amelia
Island nine-hole ladies hosted
the annualinterclub tournaI)ment Dec. 4. Forty-four players from Fernandina Beach Golf Club, Osprey Cove and
Long Point joined the GCAI
ladies for a day of golf and
friendly competition. The surr
tournament featured a team Diane Lacroix, GCAI pro Dan Baxter, Janet Woodward, scramble format. Tump Pate and Judy Versteeg, from left.
Coming out on top of the .
leaderboard was the team of
Janet Woodward, Diane (85, minus 4). In second were TroyTherriault (87, plus 2),
Lacroix, Tump Pate and Judy Larry McCorkle (82, plus 4), Lewis Akins (91, plus il) and Versteeg. Second place was Tom Wurtz (85, plus 3), Jim Chuck Helenbrook (99, awarded to Eileen Petersen, McFarland (98, even) and minus 2). Rounding oufit the
Chris Lashbrook, Pam Huie Price Poole (80, minus 1). field in fourth place were
and Mary Anne O'Connor. Capturing third were John Bray (82, plus 6),
Finishing third in a scorecard Murray, Benny Fallon (84, Sammy Alvarez (80, plus 2), playoff were Rita Hoey, Katie plus 3), Doug Wolfe (87i plus Chuck Himmelheber (83, Karr, Kris Stenson and Mary 2) and Lee Skarpalezos (95, even), Michael Kaufman (91, Quinlan. minus 7). Taking fourth were even) and Dan Cisson (93'
Woodward, won the clos- Forehand, Rich Vretenburgh minus 3). "
est-to-the-pin competition and (88, plus 3), Larry Brauda-, MdnriqueBoekhout collected (79, plus 2) and Maury. 'The Yulee Mid- the prize for straightest drive. Foreman (95, minus 5).' TwbA.
die School boys The tournament was followed Friday was few guys short Game of the day Dec. 10
basketball team by a holiday-themed luncheon of Wednesday's game with for the Fernandina'Beach
pulled out a inside the GCAI clubhouse. just 44 players. Rich Women's Golf Association"
close victory Vredenburgh (83, phis 10) was two best ball. Despite a
over St. Mays bliZ came out on top. Second was few light showers, the ladies
Middle School S e lzMike Lovejoy (80, plus 8). Jim enjoyed this four-lady team
24-23 on the Fortyeightplayers Raffone (85) and Garey Dur- game.
road Friday. showed for last Wednesday's den (86) tied for third at plus First place with a score of
Brian Morris blitz at the Fernandiha Beach 7. 129 went to Carol Mulmphy,
had seven Golf Club with Jim Raffone. First-place team included Joyce Tonti, Jean Taylor and
points, Josh Be- (86) andLee Murray (79) tak- Lovejoy, Durden, Allen Irby Nancy Imbodein. Second-.
dell had six, ing the top two'spots at plus (93, plus 3), Jack Croake (83,, place team made up witha.
Antwuan 7. Three players tied for third minus 1) and Bill Abee (94, blind draw included Pat'
SAlexander four at plus 4 -Thom.Gray (85), minus 3) In second were Ktaus, Betsy Montgomery
and Dennis Ben Forehand (87) and Larry Vredenburgh, John LaFear and Sharon Sheets Long'with
Perked five. Giner (90). (81, plus 1), RoniTherriault. a 133. Ascore f 134 was the
SThe YMS Hor- .First-place team included (89, even) andLarry Griner "third-place group of Sue
nets improved Raffone, Gray, Tom toberts (95, minus 1). Simpson, Helen Hirsch, Mim.
S to 4-1. (81, even) and Mike Lovejoy Third went o Raffone, Tarini and Betsy Jones.

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Char Bachman -nurse, artist and island legend

How much talent can be packed into one credits a gifted teacher, Larry series? Ice cream cones with the sixth being a
woman? I explored that question with Char Goldblatt, for encouraging her double scoop instead of a single. Others in her
Bachman and she managed to surprise me -as young girL series of sevens include clowes, herons, eleagain and again. Many know her for her many It is her husband she cred- phants, angels, cats, etc. Her most popular
performances on the stage at Amelia its for the final push and series, not surprisingly, has been martinis!
Community Theatre, as an artist, a sailor, a opportunity to try her wings. Her latest project is a coloring book with 25 .
golfer, art gallery manager and even as a regis- Bachman talks about her ofher favorite "sevens." The book is bound to
tered nurse at one of our island medical facili- diagnosis and surgery to treat thrill youngsters who will be challenged to color
ties. _uterine cancer. She is twice a in their own style. There may even be some
Her distinctive throaty voice and snow-white cancer survivor. After her first frameable art for proud parents or grandpar- .
cap are her familiar trademarks. Originally from FROM cancer surgery and a diagno- ents. The book is available at the Book Loft for' New York she lived in Cincinnati, Ohio for THE sis that promised maybe a $14.95. There are coloring books and there are
many years. Her husband and the love of her PORCH five-year survival, her husband coloringbooks,.but Bachman's is totally unique,
life, Pete, who worked for the Crayola Crayon insisted she leave her job and and the copies available at the Book Loft come
Company, had a job transfer to Florida and ... follow her dreams. With a with a box of Crayons. Pete would like that.
bKought her to Amelia Island. They made a Dickie door and two. sawhorses he After a recent get-together over coffee, I wonderful life but, unfortunately, she lost him Anderson made a space for her to spread waved goodbye to this fierce 7&year-old as she far too soon. out her art supplies and begin folded her walker and putit in the trunk of her
Bachman's-work experience included many painting. And paint she did. bright red.BMW convertible and drove off.
jobs using her RN talents including stints with Early on she recognized there were a lot of The Ar of Char Bachman Her Whimsical island doctors, at the old Humphreys Memorial people painting watercolors and she wanted to 7s in a Coloring Book, with eight Crayola
-6spital and at Quality Health supervising nurs- find something that was unique and hers alone. Crayons, is $14.95 and available at the Book es. She-was a familiar face at the Waterwheel The result? Her distinctive sets of seven. Loft or by contacting Bachman at Art Gallery for many years. her lucky number and red is her charbach7@att.iet.
So what first unleashed her artist talents? favorite color. Her signature creations feature- Dickie Anderson welcomes your comments.
She explains that art was always a passion but seven line drawings that areidentical except for" Books are aiilableatlocal book andgiftlstores PHOTO BYSTEVELEIMBERGUNSEENIMAGES.COM nursing school promised a greater return finan- the sixth. The Sixth is always a bit of whimsy or online at Char Bachman tially. She did get to explore her art talents and and always includes a toudch of red. Her first d.


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arie Santry,.regent of the.Aelia Island Chapter ofthe DAR,left, aCOn Friday,Nov. 22, American ion Post54 presented a $750 check to the
!&6 chapters librarian,,right,, present Dawn Bstwick, diretor of te NassaukCounty Councl on Aging ent. What's fun is that the mon
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is the result of a project ofthe Florida S ciety"of DAR t Plat agram. The Legion earns money by sponsoring bingo, and thenreturns the money to
lenim ors" n ilsbrugh Counity, where Florida mebers ma plant. a tree* the community with git like this iThe L~egidn bing gamnegare held every Tursday n honor of their ancestors that wereRevolutiotnay.War patriots. The book chronicles at 6 p.m. 4he services rendered by those pari ots and serve g cha ~ A, are Brtice Mhclh, Post 54 chaplain, IrryACochtan, avid bingo
Millennium Forest will 'be added to the library's genealogy section, which, offers over player at COA and the Ieon, Debbie Davis, COA mitrition manager and activities 150 ee trhi a d prin c~to s o.s i p onsin sech..for anl: Ed Kr s P st5
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records. commander.

The Fernandina Beach Rotary Club recently welcomed
Vystar visit .. .. ,.]Alexandar Warmka, regulatory consultant with the
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer
Recently, the Fernandina Beach Rotary Club welcomed I Services, above with club President Shannon Brown.
guest speaker Terry West, president and CEO of Vystar The department is a clearinghouse for consumer comCredit Union. West, above with club President Shannon plaints,'provides information about businesses and
Brown, has been with Vystar for 25 years and served aS PHOTOS BYMEIANIEFERREliA/FORTHENEWSLEADER protects Floridians against fraud. Residents can conpresident the past 22. Credit unions differ from banks N~' l rtact the department to determine whether businesses, in that they are not-for-profit institutions owned by their charities, telemarketers and more are properly
membership whose profits are returned to members Recently, the Fernandina Beach Rotary Club was licensed. It also oversees the state's Do-Not-Call List,
rather than as dividends to stockholders. Vystar opened pleased toinduct Maurine Inahan as a new member. which is free to Floridians and protects home and cell .as Jacksonvi'lle Navy Federal Credit Union in 1952 and Maurine, above with club President Shannon Brown, phones from unwanted solicitation and offers better
, was chartered by the state in 2002 to accept members originally hails from the United Kingdom. She traveled protection than the national list because Florida has in five Northeast Florida counties. West said he is proud the world and owned an event planning business in more authority to fine or even shut down non-compliof the branches Vystar has opened in several area high Dubai before she and her husband, Don, moved to ant telemarketers. Warmka said the old advice holds
schools to teach students financial literacy.' He alio Amelia Island nine years ago. She said she was tr'ue never give out personal information over the
noted Vysiar's ongoing support for the Amelia Island encouraged to join Rotary by her sister a longtime phone to anyone you don't know, never accept at face Book Festival, Barnabas and the Shrimp FeStival and Rotarian in Australia -'and because of the many value what a stranger tells you and if an offer sounds .
volunteer work by longtime employees such as club exceptional projects the organization takes on around too good to be true, it probably is. Visit
..e.ber-arry uyesan peisiet urow. th world.,,s to learn more.



Farmers market duce will be at the market This lovely kitty's name is
Coffee sample tasting is Fawn. She is a dilute calico.
Chef Warren Caterson, always available at Flagship She is mostly white with light
author of the award-winning Coffees where all coffees are orange, gray and black spots
cookbooks Table for Two 100 percent Arabica organic all over her back and tail.
lThe Cookbook for Couples and certified free trade. Fawn is approximately two
and Table for Two- Back for Roasted in Gainesville with years old and is free of kitty
Seconds (Winfield & Scott the roasting date on each diseases. She is spayed,
Press), each featuring over bag, you can enjoy a taste micro-chipped and has a one235 recipes with fresh and testing and enjoy your year rabies vaccine. She has
readily available ingredients, favorite cup of coffee while at been a guest of.the shelter
will be at the Amelia Farmers the market with beans and since July. Fawn is a sweet
Market on Dec. 21. ground coffee ready for ypu kitty that just wants to be
Join Chef Warren as he to take home. loved and petted. She said
shares dozens of kitchen tips, Sign up for the E-Mail she is more than ready to Services, 86078 License Road,
cooking hints and humorous Newsletter at www.amelia- have a loving family of her Yulee, 904-491-7440, Tuesday
anecdotes about the joys and farmersmarketcom. The. own. If you want-a low-key through Friday from 11 a.m.
challenges of cooking for Amelia Farmers Market is a special kitty, she is your girl! to 4 p.m., Saturdays 11 a.m. to
two. He will answer such nonprofit organization open To see her in person, come to 3:30 p.m. and closed Sundays
questions as: Is it possible to every Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 Nassau.County Animal and Mondays.
chop onions withouttears? p.m. at the Shops of the Omni Are pre-packaged frozen Amelia Island Plantation.
entries really time and There's plenty of easy access CA ANGEl
money savers? What is the parking. No pets, please. Call
best upgrade for my kitchen? 491-4872 or visit www.ameliaHow do I preserve all that farmersmarketcom. Happy Holidays from
leftover fresh parsley when pa .Mystic, a handsome young
I've only used a teaspoon or cle pl t male cat with shiny long
two? And, should I cook with Hike with a park ranger black fur and a long fluffy tail.
wine, and if so, what kind while learning about edible Mystic is a very loving boy
shouldI use? He will also and medicinal Florida native SUBMIrTED who may want to take a little
address current cooking fads plants. Participants are Barbara Christensen of the Plantation Ladies time to get to know you.
and will let you know which encouraged to bring bug Association, left, welcomes Jane Lindberg, president of When he claims you as his ones are worth following and spray and bottled water. Arts Alive Nassau, to the association's holiday lunch- own, you will have a great which ones are pure fluff or This program will take place eon Dec. 3. companion who will greet you
downright inaccurate. And he on Dec.21at 2 p.m. at the with lots of purrs. Mystic's
will accomplish all of this Ribault Club on Fort George 'L .. wish is to have a new loving
with a plateful of smiles and a Island Ciuitural State Park. r a forever home to start his new
side of garlic-infused humor. No reservations are nieces- life this holiday season.
ChefWarrenwillhave his sary and the program is free. s Mystic has been neutered,
cookbooks available for pur- For information contact the U ,.A1o r tested, micro-chipped and is
chase andwill sign and per- Talbot Islands Ranger Ucurrent on all vaccinations..
sonalize them for you. He is a Station at (904) 2512320. P: Thanks to everyonewho
full-time writer and chef who stopped by The 12 Strays,of
studied at the Southeast Fire Friend or lbe The Plantation Ladies of Arts Alive Nassau, attended Christmas Adoption event
Institute of Culinary Arts. He Join a park ranger to Association hosted a holiday the. luncheon and spoke to this past Saturday, which was travels extensively appearing fire impacts the luncheon on; Dec. 3 at ,the The Plantation Ladies about a combined effort between atfood and wine festivals, environment Discver the Amelia slaiid Cliub. The the organization. Programs Cats Angels, Nassau Humane Tree and shop our Ch'istmas home and garden shows and benefits of prescribed fire for Songspinneentertined The are offered free of charge to Society and Nassau County Store for your holiday rieeds.I other events across the:coun- managing healthy ecosys- Plantiion Idi with dlight- fourth and fifth graders and Animal Services. There were Cats Angels'Thrift tryHelives with his family in tems and the tools rangers, ful h6lly. gs of the sea- all donations go to program-. several adoptions and an Store/Adoption Center at 709 St. Augustine and invites you use. This program will take, sop. ) ming. Children simplytay ta opportunity tosee that there S. Eighth St. is open Monday
to drop by. if you're in the place on Dec. 28 at 2 p.m. at The Plantation Ladies after school to participate in are many healthy adoptable through Saturday fom 11 area -there's always some- the Ribault Club on Fort Association of Amelia Island the arts programs. pets.right here in our own, a.m. to 5 p.m.
thing cooking ahd there's George Island Cultural State piovides~ciaI and cultural The Plantation Ladies community. There manyho
always enough. Park. No reservations are enrichment programs for Association was proud to pres- Cats Angels has holiday less animals in NassauAlso at the market necessary andthe program members and encourages ent Lindberg, on behalf of rts gifts for the pet people in your County. Please help this situai
Saturday will be will be isfree. Contact the Talbot .cipiojetsat lienet the Alive Nassau, a donation in life: Our 2014 Purrfect Cats of tin by having animals Artisan Black Garlic with Islands Ranger Station at coimuni~This monti; Arts- the amount f$635 to help Cats Angels calendars for $10 care spayed and neutered. their trio of hand-craftd vine- (904) 251-2320. Alive Nassau was invited, as a support the organization's mis-' and Paw Prints bracelets for Cats Angels-can help. Call
.gars that are perfect as a gift -1ocal organization of interest, sion and goals. Quite an $20, awell association gift 321-2267 orvisit our website
as well as for your Own use to Pho aphy to attend The Plarntation accomplishment to be proud Cards, are on sale now at our 2at www.catsangelsco Spay
p ycai-ds; ar nsl o a u .a w.catsangels.coih; Spay.I
enhance many dishes. Clean l adiesAssociationLThrift Store. Be sure to fulfill and neuter it's the respons
ige Soap wiae their full Arts Alive Nassauis a non- Arts Alive'Nassau is locat- a wish from our Kitty Wish lle solution. "
lne o si soaps, WildAmelia2014 Will profit organization'that pro- ed at 96072 Chester Road,
liquid soaps, 6tions,. balms hold two all-day photography vides art opportunities and Yulee, FL 32097 or 0RO. Box .
and soy cndl, gift boxes workshops at Fort Clnclihinc education to children in 222, Fernandina-Beach, FL ASA I UMANE SOCIIH
and baskets as well as Fernandina Beach on Jan. 18 .Nassau Countywho have lim- 32035. For:more information .. SIU Ii..IE
themedi t '"And Feb. 22i Snac& if-waarcelienstom ghat...:,:
themedgifts including a and Feb. 22.Snacks, lunch ited access to the arts visitwwwaitsalivenassau org kitchen asket featuring and beverages w ill be provid- Jane Lindberg, president or call 27 7-ARTS (2787) and~~idb beeag" b ber at27-ARTS(77.:
Cla Re en soaps or -prbringyo wn .
8 ooL A"ttle ;' ation
rs per persoM. ass size is
crafted chocolates are made limited to 25 participants.
with superior cacao beans TheJan. 18 workshop,
from the Dominican "Perfecting Exposure and n s r mn
Republic,.roasted to perfec- Composition" is geared for
tion, ground, and-featured in photographers-of all levels. .
everything from Oaxacan The Feb. 22 workshop, "
Espresso bars to the "Beyond the BasiCs: Captur-,
Everything Bar with pecans, ing Your Vision," is aimed at
almonds, coffee, and assort- intermediate and advanced The Instrument Zoo is gram is staffed by volunteers ed spices as well asthe photographers. Both include preparing for its 2013-14 sea- on mornings during January Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels, fibld time, classroom instruc-. son, once again introducing and February only a short Nouguts, and Sea Salt tion and reviews/critiques. symphonic/band instruments commitment for busy people.
Almond Chocolate bars.. Register At www.wild to all of the fourth graddrs in Organizers hope that each Braun is a very handsome; mix with such lovely colors
Coming a week early this ameliacom or pick up a form Nassau County. The' Instru- committed -volunteer can very friendly fellow who loves and patterns, it's almost like month will be Proper Pie at the Atlantic Recreation ment Zoo is a program spon- donate his/her time six times people and would reallylove having a living, breathing Companywith their double Center, Fort Clinch Visitor sored by Amelia Residents In over the two months, but are you! H's a Shepherd/lerrier work of martin yur home andcrust savoiy and sweet Center, or at the branches of Action for the Symphony happy with any time given. mix, and he has kept his great by yourside! She's aCalico,
authentic Blritish and Irish First Federal Bank of (ARIAS), alocal organization They w elcome both men and attitudeeven though it born in March 2010, and quite
pies including chicken and Florida. Mail registrations that works with and supports women from all ove thecoun- appears he had a tough time a sweet girl She's calm, quiet asparagus, chicken shep- are accepted untilJan. l and the Jacksonvlle Symphony ty. They currently have 19 of it for a while. We rescued and lowKmaintenance, and she herd's pie, sweet barbecue online until Jan. 17. Forques- Orchestra. ,- enthusiastic men, including Braun froih a high-traffic area, even haslittle freckles under
pulled pork steak,- onion and tionscontact Dawna Moore A loyal group of60 volun- 10 Riarried couples, but real- and he apparently'had been her nose. She's veyneat and cheese as wellas the vegethr- at dawnamoorephoto@ teers take 40 instruments to ly have, a need for more. No kept in aiyard on a harness. no trouble at all, and we think
iani pies. Banger rolls, or 904-556-4880. each school in the county to expertise on an instrument is Now he's soaking up all the she'd make a sweet,lovable slausagerollsand scotch eggs give these student hands-on. required -an all-you-nieed-to- affection that he might riot companion who'd appreciate
aalsoavailable. This i the experience with each instru- know workshop will be held in have gotten before and you you eyery day. You really have
last Saturday for Cohen's The Nassau County Bird ment, planting seeds, in 850 early January. can tell he really appreciates it' to. meet her for yourself to see
Pects so stop and see Sarah Club'will meet Jan. 18 at students per year for a desire If you would ike to make a and wants to give back eve what a beauty she is!You can as thesejecans are greatfor 10:30 am. at the Fort Clinch to participate in music educa- difference in the lives of nine-. -more!HeIhas a very hand-- see photos and videos of our your holidays as well as freez- State Park fishing pier, rain tion and a lifelong apprecia- year olds, please call Barbara some face with great ears.- adoptable dogs and cats at our ingthemoetijoyater. or shine. Please note the spe- tion of mlsi -. Zacheis at 321-5639 or Susan ne stands up and the other website, NassauHumane
Sh kti Life Kitchen withtheir cial time In order to havethe The Instrumhent Zoo pro- Kosciulek at 548-0227. plops down. We named him oganic, raw, air gluten-free best chance of seeing one of "Braun" because it means It's the season qf giving,
gotimet foods, kale chipis, the target birds, the Purple -.. ..... "brown," and he's a classic and we have lots of gifts that .
granolas, cheezes nut butters Sandpiper, thegroup must brown dog, with'a soft, pretty will warm the heal-t of any anit
anJmore will also be atthe go after high tide on the . coat and reallyamazing.brown dhal lover, and also help the
I wet.Satherday s failing tide.: ,, eyes to match. He walks very pets at our shelteftwho are
iotweather-bringsobt There isa $6 entry fee "II m I wellon his leash, and our vol- awaiting their forever homes!
TeaBagrand their handcraft- per car with 2-8 people,0r$4 o r '" unteer dog-walkers have great .-We have dog park tembered orga'ichot and cold as for ingleocupant-vehicle. things to say about hiS-won- ships, gift certificates to our
.as as Alinost Ancient An annual Individual Pass is J g derful personality. He only Secoind Chance resale store,
Potsi Award-wining ext" $60aid a Fanily Pass is ."weighs about 35-40 pounds -and ways to acknowledge
viigin olive oil isavailabldat $120. They are available at and is fully grown, so he's a your thoughtful donation in
Simply SavOry Olive Oils the entiante. Bring binocu- The Island Art Association "-". great size for a house dog. He the name of your friends or
with plenty of bread to sain- lars, field guide, bug jlice, is looking for afew new artists Shimp FestshoW has a gorgeous smile that their pets. Please visit ple. These:are high quality sunscreen, rain gear, sun- to display the wirirork in Th saAsh6ws how happy he is to be
olive oils from just outside glasses and Wate. Bring lay- their gallery on Ndfith Second A t is lok with people. We know that and click on "Holiday Gift
Sparta, Greece. Haveyour ersofclothing.The Duval Street Braun will be smiling for you! Guide" for more. And thank
favorite IAbled before your AndubonSociety members IAA isi nonprofit, philan- or t e .-Rouge is a remarkably you, on behalf of our wonder-eyes.A bout U.S. has wild will be joining the group. thropic orga 16n that is A beautiful Domestic Short Hair ful,"adoptable dogs and cats!
Alaska sokeye salmon fillets, Questions? Call Carol Wyatt artist own~d si Operated. S pFsilAta also called red salmon. at 261-9272 or emailcaro- Each exhilftjikartiSt must -$imp Fevl nCompared to farm raised linewgw@aotcom, be available,t serve on two raftsSow bed hedoin PET P
salmon, Sockeye Salmon committees0nd rork one day Mayn i3 a nd ina014
have a richer flavor, firmer atsinaewelNasau per month-in-thegallery. T apply for th e
texture arnd that signature NassauCounty Extension To leat'more about how o a pick ur Teens wanted you can attend or are interest'
red color and no antibiotics, is offering a bi-monthly e- IAA memb.erswork together show you. at th spand ed in the NHS volunteer servhigh levels of PCBs, added newsletterfor gardeners and to promotliearts in Nassau app catior Are you a young adult (18 ices, contact volunteer@naspigment or growthhor- homeowners. Horticulture County- che2k out their web- -Sond t, manina; years or younger) who would or
mones. News is free and will be site, islandartiorg. 0Wnd oth like to volunteer your time to 491-1511.
Find organic and locally emailed "blind copy" every Theywillbe holding a jury download from the web- support animal welfare? Are
grown lettuces, kale, bok other month. Your email for new Exhibiting Members st a lato or you interested in getting ani- Volunteers neede
choy aid seasonal greens as address is protected; it is not Feb. 7-9. Applications and request an application be mals adopted into their forev- RAIN Humane Society Smailedbycligte....
well as squash, cucumbers published in the email trans- instructions are available at hile by alit er homes? If so, you are invit- needs volunteers to work at
and more at Meteor Street mission. Horticulture News the gallery. All art mediums Hoimp atea904) 701-2788 ed to attend a teen volunteer the organization's tl, ift store, Produce. Jon transformed his features plant and wildlife are welcome. IAA member- ne meett and greet hosted by the located in the Harris Teeter
residence into a certified information, tips for a-suc- ship is required and you must and leaving a message. Nassau Humane Society on Shopping Center on Amelia nursery where he grows and cessful landscape and a be a resident of Nassau Deadlin e for appica- Dec. 19 at 5 p.m. at the Island. The thrift store is open
propagates organic vegeta- monthly "to-do" list. Upcom- County to be eligible. tons be received is NassauHumane Society Dog Tuesday-Saturday from 9
bles and'herbs for market. ing programs are also identi- Application deadline is Jan. Jan. 18. Park. Join them to learn more a.m.-4 p.m. and functions
Tomatoes including romas, fled. To sign up for the news- 31. about NHS, share ideas/ques-. entirely with volunteers.
ginger, garlic, onions includ- letter, see: http://nassau.ifas. If you have any questions or Pam Bennett at stainedg- tions and gain insight into the Three hours a week would be ing shallots, sweet potatoes, ifl. edu/horticulture/ please contact either Libby or many ways you can help the a great help to the animals. one or two types of fruit and newsletter/newsletter.html, Weigel at lweigel@wind- 491=*4778, co-gallery directors -animals in your community., Call 556-1176 for more inforunusual and heirloom pro- or call at (904) 879-1019. or (904) 845-4904 of IAA. To let the organizers know if motion or to sign up.


Alliance on Mental Illness) Museum of History, 233 S.
PEOPLE &PLACES iBen Byrns lotndationi:'ev:"'rit di3t n
hosts advocacy meetings the Third St., invites you to its
PEOPLE& PLACES B nFthird Thursday of each month next 3rd on 3rd Street present
at 6 p.m. at the Northeast tation on Dec. 20, when spe- .-** Community Action Agency, cial guest Peter Mulled pres1303 Jasmine St., Suite 100, ents "How I Became a
SPEGAL EVElfT by the Friends of the Library Femandina Beach, free and Confederate Soldier"- the life
to raise funds for the expan- The Nassau Alcohol open to all. story of R.M. Heater.
M lglt sion and renovation of the Crime and Drug Abatement Support groups for anyone The presentation is based
Memorial qilt
Femandina Beach library. The Coalition (NACDAC) would with a mental health diagnosis on Heater's memoir of the
The North Florida chapter fundraiser will begin at 6 p.m. like to thank Ken and Laurie are Fridays at 11 a.m. at the same name, which docuof the Names Project is provid- with a silent auction and Byrns for their generous Council on Aging, 1367 South ments his joumey from
ing panels of the AIDS reception featuring wine and donationto its organization. 18th St., led by psychiatric Kentucky boy to prisoner of
Memorial Quilt for viewing in heavy hors d'oeuvres. The NA(DAC, the-community nurses and free of charge. war, before ever firing a shot.
Nassau County through Dec. performance begins at 7 p.m. nonprofit drug and alcohol Family support meetings, After his escape from military
30 at Baptist Medical Center Cafd table seating (tables preventiion coalition, has in also free, are the fourth prison, Heater enlisted as a
Nassau, 1250 South 18th St. seat four) and theater seating itsmission 2 Thur-day at 7 p.m. for family private in the 30th Tennessee
For information, contact tickets are available. For tick- to work col- FIEP-I- S members/caretakers of those Regiment, in the Army of
Jennett W. Baker, R.N., B.S.N. ets, visit www.femandina laboratively Ken and aure Bys with a mental health diagno- Tennessee, CSA. This proat 556-3363, John D'Agnese (click on the "donate with commu1 with I lu, above, and sis, at St. Peter's Episcopal gram is free for members,
at 261-2014, or Roselyn now" button, call 321-6259, nity partner tteir son n Byr"s, Church, 801 Atlantic Ave. with a suggested donation.f
Robinson at 556-5492. or email info@femandinafol. to reduce inset. Nassau NAMI provides $5 for non-members. For
org. Tickets are also available substance emergency medications, information contact Gray at
VOrteatthe library, 25 N. Fourth St., abuseamongemergency dental services, 261-7378, ext. 102, or
"My Favorite Things, Part on Mondays from 10 a.m. to youth and youngadultsandthereltedconsequencesof referrals/support and toi-
2" a concert featuring noon and Wednesdays from useletries/shoes to individuals
Broadway, opera and spiritual 3-5 p.m. Call 321-6529 or TheBenByrnsFouridati iscommittedtoiicreasing with chronic mental illness. To W K
selections, will be performed send a message to info@fer- awareness about prescriptiondrug abuse and empowerig learn more or to volunteer, Baesale
by Kathy Price and Reginald for information. youthto make healthy decisions. NACDAClooks forward contact President Lisa Mohn
Bouknight accompanied by Father-DaugherBall to this ptnership to helpelimiatepresripion drug at 277-1886 or email Nassau The Ladies Auxiliary VFW
Deidre Singleton on the piano abuseon our community Post 4351 will host a Bake
on Sunday, Jan. 19 at 3 p.m. Faith Christian Academy Maritime MUSum Sale on Dec. 22 at 11 a.m.
at the Amelia Plantation presents "Puttin' on the Ritz," Maiti Museum Pies, cookies, candy, appetizChapel. its 14th annual Father- the class. Restaurant Cook, Thursday, Jan. 9 with an extra The Maritime Museum of ers, etc. will be for sale. Come
This special event will ben- Daughter Ball, on Feb. 1 from the second 300-hour class, jackpot game. Amelia Island hosts a pro- early before it's all gone.
efit ArtsAlive Nassau, a non- 7-10 p.m. at The Ritz-Carlton, will be offered in the sumrnier For questions email gram on a current topic every. Everyone is welcome. The
profit organization that offers Amelia Island Grand term, which starts in May. Friday at 6 p.m. The programs VFW Post 4351 is under the
free after-pchool art and music Ballroom. Fathers and daugh- Chef Bill Castleberry will Proceeds support programs are jointly sponsored by the Shave Bridge. For more inforfor local elementary school ters of all ages are welcome. teach the classes. Interested sponsored by the American museum and Amelia mation call 432-8791.
children. Founded and led by Enjoylive music, professional residents must complete an Legion. Research and Recovery, LLC, Boomersm &g .
Jane Lindberg, the nonprofit photography and hors d'oeu- application and the Test of S the Amelia-based company
Group already has four pro- vres. Tickets are $100 per Adult Basic Education .. that searches for and recov- Nassau Boomers will hold
grams in three schools with father and daughter, and $50 (TABE). The Betty P. Cook The Just Friends Single ers sunken treasure from a meet and greet on Dec. 26
plans to expand. foreach additional daughter Nassau Center is located at Society meets once a month Spanish Galleons. The muse- at 6:30 p.m. at The Ritz
TheAmelia Plantation and include gift bag and mem- 76346 William Burgess Blvd., for dinner. If you are single um is located at 1335 S. Carlton, Amelia Island, folChapel is located at 36 ory book. After Jan. 15, tickets Yulee. For information call and over the age of 55, call Eighth St. No reservations are lowed by dinnerin
Bowmai Road in Femandina increase to $125 and $60, Tina Elmore at 548-4435. 321-1116 to join: It's free to needed. Call (904) 838-6688 the lounge or :
Beach. Tickets are $25 and respectively. Attire is semi-for- register. or (904) 838-6619. nearby for
may be purchased ahead of mal and dancing shoes. Reuillion those intertime by calling225-0575. Purchas.etickets at the The Fernandina Beach pp cla ested. Take
school, 96282 Brady Point High School Class of 1979 will The Amelia Insightsitting A Beginner Laptop advantage of ipremiere Road, 321-2137, or online at hold its 35th reunion June 27- -group (Sangha) meets every Workshop will be held in this post-holiday
A acres Sinda Nichols and ww:fcaangelscom;. ......29,2014, with.the theme: Tuesday at the Dome Healing: December at theCouncil On getawayto see the
dire-t6r Ron Kurtz will present i~ WEEK Pirates Midsummer Dream.' Centerfrom 7:30 to 9:15 p.m. Aging East Nassau, 1367 decorations atThe Rit; Meet
a play about advice columnist Cost is $25 peperson and They start with reading and South 18th St., Femrnandina In the lobby lounge, lower
play abou advic coumis a:snad .Te tatwt~ edn n
Ann Landers, to premiere at $40 per couple. Additional discussion of a verity of mate- -Beach 'forpeople interested in level.
the Woman's Club of F d pp uIe 'details will soon be available. rial related tO the practice and learning the basics of their Nassau Boomers is forsin
Fernandina Beach on Jan. 25. Registration is open for the Send check or money order to philosophy of insight Medita- computers. The class is gle baby boomers bom 'The Lady with All the Commercial. Food and Class of 1979 35th year tion and mindfulness,.followed taught by Jan Cote-Merow, between 1946 and 1964 interAnsWers," by former "CSI" CulinaryArts Workforce Reunion,P.O. Box 16234, by a 45 minute sitting'(30 plus Computer Coach. The cost of ested in meeting others with scriptwriter David Rambo, .is Certificate offered at.the Betty FernandinaBeach, FL 32034.. 15 minutes) Anyone interest- each session is a donatio n of similar interests such as
drawn from the life and letters P. Cook Nassau Center. he ed in meditation is invited to $10 to Councilon Aging, a movies; theater, wine tasting,
of Ann Landers with the coop- 600-hour, two-course program BigoThtr ays' attend all or part of the gathr- 501 .c3 not-for-profit charity biking, walking, kayaking,
oration of her daughter, Margo prepares individuals for The public is invited to play *ing. To learn more go to am eli- Call Jan at 583-2876 .for dates shopping traveling just to
HoWard. It is a witty explo- employmenrit in the culinary bingo every Thursday at the oi call261 9143 and registration information name a.few.
ration of the.wise, funny and and hospitality fields. Food Legion, 626 S. Third St., "Besure to 'like" them on
Pthe wisenth funny Gem Ctsho Facebobk.- Nassau'Boomers
no-nosense Esther "Eppie" Preparatin, the first 300-hour Fernandina Beach, in the acebobk NassauBoomers
Lederer who, for nearly half a training class, begins Jan. 13 large sm6ke-free rieeting hall. Gerri'" Corner of Comfort Fusion:A Celebrationof Group aid for additional century, wrote the Ann meetingMonday-Friday from Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and' a nonprofit resource center for Light, Color, and Texture,' is information email nasLanders advice column. 1-5 p.M.intil May 9. Fee is early bird games start at'6:05 women with cancer, answers the 2013 Holiday GiftShow s
The local premierevis the $942 plus a uniform. Textbook p.m., with regular play begin- questions in a' confidential set- featuringtwo well-knowr.
centerpiece of a benefit hosted and knives provided for use in -ning promptly at 6:30 p.m.' -tingprovides support group Atnelia Island artists, photog- C N U The bingo session is nine information,' brochures',refer- rapherAnn'Kemp andfused N ,
-_games for $20, with multiple ence materials, a lending glass artist DeniseMrphy.
-. jaQ .t library and more through: Fusion 2013 istheirextraordi- The Newcomers Clubo
-, - 1 4 sp., 7.brat9 e ', trained volunters. It ffers nar. collab rtivewative!' Areliaslan winhaitd'
'4 C6i h a'partyand stylish he.d coverings, hair- process and presentation, in a monthly coffeeonedar,9 atr'
extra jackpot on Thursday, pieces, sleep caps, chemo dramatic display of light, color, 10:30 a.m. Women interested
1 nDec. 19: There will be no' bags with necessities and and texture,.the very lan- in joining the club and who
19 20 21 bingo on Thursday, Dec. 26;.or comfort pillows free of charge. guage of the artistic spirit. reside in Nassau County (no
L 2Jan: 2. Bingo will resume on Open Monday-Friday from The gallery, 14 S. Seventh matter how long they have
2 24 noon to 4 p.m.n in Maxwell Hall St., will be open during l' ived here) ale welcome to
2627 28 293 31"32 at Memorial United Methodist, Farmers' Market hours, 9 a,m. attend. For further information
30 PUZZLE 11.11 Church on North Sixth Stlreet, to 1p.m., on.Dec. 21. Itwill-be contact Lucy Bryan at 430- "
3- 3 37 38 39 L downtown Femarndina Beach. open daily during the.week 0119 or or
Call 277-0099. u' Until Dec.,3. As this is a his- visit www.newcomersofameli40 .. 41 42 43 AR 0 R L G AFAR toric propery, not handi- aislarindcom.
L 0 f R E IR ANAC 0RIN e'p cap accessible. For questions
AT 0 LL RE F RAITA Genealogy group nieetings or directions, call 432-8330.
48 49 50 51 52 R0.1GE FAMIL are field atYulee United... The Amelia.lsland
PR TELL Methodist Church, 86003 Blood drive Genealogical-Society (Al 3S)
53 5 5 56FCEIRQT ISH Christian Way, Yulee, the sec- The Florida-Georgia Blood will conduct a Beginner
58 5R ond and fourth, Friday of each Alliance Mobile Unit will be at Genealogy Course.for those
EAL LINE S s month from 9-11 a.m. New Amelia Baptist Church today interested in researching their "63 44 85 6 67, 'TORPID~ SASS SEE members are welcome. Call from 1-4 p.m. Although an family history. Fivesessions
689 70 0 H M u U 225 -5381or Pallette Murrin' appointment snot necessary will be held at the Femandina
SC AZAA at 548-9752 for information. donors.may call 888-998- Beach Police ,Station
72 73 ELIOT AN I CLO]MP 2243 to schedule a time. Community Room at 1525
ES TAN K iLOS .. Donors must be 17 or Lime St: fronri 9:30 a.m. to
F ED EN T A K E Nassau NAM[ (National older, or 16 with parentalcon- noon on Saturdays Jan. 11,
d th set, and weigh at least 110 18 and 25 and Feb. 1and 8..
Mk th Sw 3ov s mh poundsto donate to The Topics include Census and
Make the Ty, S :r 3 mok_- Blood Alliance. Abasic dana- Civil Vital Records; Church
to Dish today .tionappointment of one pint of and Cemetery Records;
and Save Up o50% you culd save 28% '' whole blood includes a med- Courthouse, Military and
CallNowand AskHowl .ical history evaluation, blood Immigration Records ,
1-800-318-5121 Calil1-866-929-9071 to see how much screening and mini-physical Effective use of Libraries
cs7alaysaweek sam-upEPrmoc Moom *o nonprendumeanualavai-t you cduld'save on car insurance. for factors such as iron con- and Archives; Digital Books 's.a.r..'..' tent and blood pressure, the and Newspaper Research,
2013 IN REVIEW 52. French "Iake". u 20. Done on a bar- oa o s rance blood draw itself and a short and Organizational
53. Place to moora 'a bi' u onAllstate'company resting period. See www.igive- Techniques.
ACROSS boat 22. Plus for information. Each student will also
-' 1. Fancy tie 55. Gourmet mush- 24. Biathlete's Amelia Baptist Church is receive two hours'of one-on6. *Amanda Bynes. roort equipment 3 4. located at 961167 Buccaneer one assistance. The fee for
wore a blue one 57. Female peafowl 25. Jerusalem's -.Trail,. at the roundabout where the full course is $35/person
in court 60. Jewish village, ancient land Buccaneer Trail meets South (includes one-year single
9. A womanrat historical. 26. Cell phone bill 6 0 9 FletcherAvenue. AIGS membership) or
Harvard after 63. Elks' hangout'" item $55/couple (includes a one1977 64.Augment 27. It's firma Ar year AIGS family member~'13. Star Wars 66. Fear-inspiring 29. Season to be 5 1 AlZheJ~.imeS support: ya ISfml ebr
,13..Sar W 66MPH'; F n 29 jl to b The Alzheimer's Caregiver ship). Register at any Nassau
attack 68. MPH jolly Support Group for Nassau County Library or call Marie at
. 14. Big time 69. Bull's mate 31. Bohemian 8 3 5 County mets the third 321-3460.
15. Artillery burst 70. Sheep-like 32. Reef construc- 1 ThCury meehe mthd '
16. Rhino relative 71. Hibernation sta" tor .aninCOec trT
j17. Brit. fliers tions '. 33. Met's offering .. December meeting will be'
: 18. E.T., e~g. 72. *Kourtney and '34. *Boy group, .- held at the Council on Aging The Rotary Club of
S19. *N prince of Kim u a reunited on Dec. 9 from 2:30-3:30 Femandina Beach is pleased
Cambridge 73: Cause aversion 36. Movie 5 7 4 1 p.m. This meeting is open to to announce it will bring Italian
21. *Leno's succes 38. Agrppina's slay- the public and everyone. For classical concert pianist
sor DOWN er information call Debra Domb- Francesco Attesti to Amelia
23. And not 1. *Jennifer 42. Boxer's stat 7 4 3 2 kowski, LPN, at 261-0701. Island for a performance at 7
24. Dispatched Lawrence won 45. Engraved----p.m. on Jan. 11 at St. Peter's
25. What hemias for doing it 49. Clod chopper MCDS NCWCOmefS Episcopal Church in downdo 2. Smelting waste 51. *ause of 3 6 7 1 The Men's Newcomers town Femandina Beach.
* 28. Yamaguchi's 3. Endure Chelyabinsk's Clubof Amelia Island will hold Proceeds will benefit the
Scourt 4.*Sati newspa- disaster s A its next lunch-meeting on Dec. Nassau Humane Society's
30. Football per that stopped 54. Sweater style 19 at the Femandina Beach capital campaign.
HOFer, printing 56. Pet annoyance s-t--o-tm-i Golf Club at 11/30 a.m. John Attesti, an internationally
Jones, died 5. Reign of 57. *The new one is M. Drew, tax collector Nassau renowned performer, is con35. Web 6. "The Way We from Argentina Fill in the squares so 7 2 1 4 6 8 9 5 3 County, will provide an update sidered one of the finest inter37. BUtcher's cut 58. "1 Dream of on local tax collections and preters of both the Romantic
39. Eye 7. Gershwin or Jeannie" star that each row. column 9 4 3 7 5 2 8 6 1 the organizations that receive and early 20th century com40. Truth alternative Levin 59. Long, long time and 3-by-3 box our tax dollars posers.
41 neaff edby BloMe 60. t Banksy Contaithe numbers 9ckets are $17 at the door. Tickets are $50 per person
Hne'di- 9" M61'rtsBaky cnin4 5 8 2 7 1 6 3 9 All men, whether new or long- and on sale at Wystar Credit
..ease Maybe" took one to New 1 through 9. -Solution- im
43 seucetopper 10.Asorment. Yor o.Solution 31 7 5 2 8 4 timeNassau County resi- Union, Nassau Humane.
44 Be in harmony 11. Fifty-fifty 62. Country dance will appear in the dents, are welcome to attend Society Second Chance and
46. Urbanlegends, 12. n Draper of formation Friday B-section. 2 9 6 8 3 4 5 1 7 the meeting and join the club. the NHS Dog Park:
e.g. e "Mad Men" went 63. a.k.a acid For information visit www. For information about the
47. Kitten's play- to L.A. 65. Ornamental Frday November 13 5 3 4 1 2 6 7 9 8 concert or to reserve tickets,
Sting o 15. Some chips are carp Solution 1 6 2 9 8 7 3 4 5 irdFrday visit www.assauhunanesociS48 Kind of care this, some are 67. Unagi ia etycom call Brandy Carvalho
50. Rich soil not '. 7 9 5 4 3 1 2 6 The Amelia lsland at491-1511.



lhllardllhtshow Alhambra Theatre and "
Dining, 12000 Beach,Blvd.,
Resident George Lyons Jacksonville, starring Gary announces that the annual Marachek. Show times are 8 Christmas light show, p.m. Tuesday through
"Hilliard Lights," is up and Sunday. Doors open at 6 p.m. running at the corner of and meal at 6:30 p.m. Georgia and Ninth avenues Matinees on Saturday are at in Hilliard. This year the 1:15 p.m. Doors open at 11 show has grown to over a.m. and the buffet starts at
75,000 lights, all synchro- 11:15 a.m. Sunday matinee is Snized by over 2,000 comput- at 2 p.m. Doors open at noon er channels. New display fea- and the meal starts at 12:15 tures include dancing light p.m. Group sales are availsticks, and in the middle of it able. Tickets start at $46 for all.the new "Digital Cosmic adults and $35 for children Color Bulb Tree." The tree and include dinner, show is 25 feet tall with 600 bulbs, and parking. Call the box but each bulb has 3 LED's office at (904) 641-1212 or inside with every one of visit them on the tree being independent. This leads to an EBSC
exciting array of colors, pat- EB Scrooge: A Southern terns, shapes and swirls. All Fried Carol, written and these bre again set to directed by local playwright SUBMITTED
Christmas favorites at 95.7 lan Mairs, based on Charles "Newcomer Reindeer" from the Men's and Women's Newcomers Clubs of Amelia Island support the Reindeer Run, FM. Dickens' A Christmas Carol, hosted by Amelia Island Runners, at Water Stop No. 1 at sunrise on Dec. 8.
The sh6w is located at wijl play Dec. 19 at 7:30 p.m., the corner of Georgia and Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. with Ninth avenues. Turn west American Sign Language onto CR 108, continue interpreter; Dec.. 21 at 2 p.m.
straight onto First Avenue and 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 22 at then turn right at Georgia 3 p.m. at Florida State Avenue College at Jacksonville Fe t es

For more information and South Campus' Wilson
directions visit www.Hilliard Center, 11901 Beach Blvd., A free Street Party will be Show hours are Jacksonville. held for teens ages 13-18 at the .
Monday-Thursday from 6-10 Drop your British accent Roberts Boys and Girls Club p.m. and Friday and and leave your English spir- on Thursday from 7-9 p.m..
Saturday from 6-11 p.m. its at home. Enter a world of The Street Party Game
(weather permitting). grits and gravy, red velvet Truckwill be on site, hosting a
n lbreadd s cake and the-ever-present Wii and Xbox Tournament.
Terea. Ae i Gglass of sweet tea. This mod- Great prizes will be awardedto
The S.S. Amelia Ginger- ern spin on a timeless classic the winners of a Madden 2014 =bread Pirate Ship is on dis- captures the sights and tournament that will be held play in the lobby of The Ritz- sounds of the American inside the truck, and a Just Carlton, Amelia Island, for South via Jacksonville play- .Dance tournament that will be public viewing during the wright and director Ian outside.
holiday season. Highlights. Mairs, while maintaining the Stireet Party Game Truck include Santa's Storybook spirit of Dickens' beloved lets up to24 players play simulTea (Dec 21), Santa Tuck- tale of greed and redemp- taneously on six-55-inch HI flat. SUBMITTED
ins, and New Year's Eve tion. screen.TVs. The state-of-the- The Street Party Game Truck, above, will host a Wii and Xbox tournament atia free'
Black and White Masque- Tickets are $22.50 for art truck boasts a limousine street party Thursday at the Roberts Boys & Girls Club.
rade Ball. Additionally, reserved seating, $17.50 for style interior,. sound. system guests can chose from a children, seniors and mili- -stereo and alaserlght-show.
selection of dining options tary and $12.50 for FSCJ stu- The event, co-spnsored by batement Coalition (NAC- be available for purchase. The Lime St., Fernandina Beach. during Christmas and New dents/staff with valid ID: the Boys aidpGirls Clubs of DAC), is free and open to all: -:Roberts Learning And For more information, contact Year's Eve. Visit www.ritz- Limit two tickets per ID at Nassau County! and Nassau teens in the commtinity, ages Achiee'ment Center Boys and Theresa Duncan, teen director, or $12.50 each. Call (904) 646- Alcohol Ciime Drug 13-18. Food and beverages will: Girls.Club is located at 1175 at 261-1075. call 277-1100 for information. 2222 or (904) 442-BWAY (2929), or visit www artist-.
coiethe tns Th~na affHOLIDA Y BINGO FUN
The 2013 Christmas .....
Concert by the Nassau 'Christuiam. Caor, ... FUN ,
Community Band will be 'A Christmas Carol" held on Thursday, Dec. 19 at plays Jacksonville's TimesTp.m. at Amelia Baptist Union Center's Moran Church, 961167 Buccaneer Theater on Dec. 20 at 8 p.m.. Trail, Fernandina Beach. The heartw-mihg tale Admission is free, although depicts Ebenezer Srooge, Clients ofARKin
donations will be accepted. whose valIttes are focused 'Yulee were in the
Thihandieoimpri~d hA exclu sivelyvagmf&,iand hiar otiay ppirit as they
lodal rmatertihiciaiiof 00t conflietshwith-the struggling. aoed*abing...
all ages, will play holiday Cratchit family, whose tragic game hosted by
favorites, both old and new. problems typified the work- Amelia Islad
Concert highlights will ing class.during the Newcopers
include Sleigh Ride, The Industrial Reirolution in Community Service
Most Wonderful Time of the Victorian England. The Committee members
Year, How the Grinch Stole touching climax is based on Jan Cote-Merow,
Christmas anid other writer Charles Dickens' linda Campbell,
favorites. New this year will belief that the ills of a greedy Betty Bell and Susan
be the Christmas Trivia world can be healed by Tracey, left., Prizes
game with special prizes and brotherhood and-unselfish- were donated by
fun for all ages. ness. Newcomer memc. Tickets start at $26.50 ers. This bi-monthSoltU -(and at $12.75 for children ly entertainment has
There will be temporary 12 and under) and are avail- been sponsored by
sand, labyrinth for Walking able at the Artist Series Box the Newcomers
on the beach in front of the Office between 10 a.m.-5. Community Service
pavilions at North Beach p.m., Monday-Friday, at Committee for the
Park, a city park one mile (904) 442-BWAY (2929) and past seven years.
north of Main Beach on online at www.artistseries- SUBMITTED
North Fletcher Avenue. For
those interested in building H .......
a labyrinth, Eliza Holliday Handel'sMessiah will start the process on The Jacksonville
Sunday from 1-4p.m on the Symphony Orchestra pres- tT
beach, and finish Friday, ents Handel's Messiah on *
Dec. 20. On Saturday, Dec.. -Dec. 21 at 8 p.m. in Jacoby '-
21the labyrinth will be ready Symphony Hall, with Donald to walk for prayer, nedita- McCulloiugh,-conductor, tion or just to celebrate the 'Mary Wilson, soprano, winter solstice. Group walks Adriana Zabala, mezzdwill beheld at sunrise arid -soprano, Jason Ferrante, sunset on Dec.. 21. For more tenor, Matt Boehler, bass, ARNA-A co ON
information, call Eliza and the Jacksonville cET-H"
Holliday at 556-2517 or email Symphony Chorus Ess O7 Handel's masterpiece to *
this day is one of.the most
OUT OF TOWN famous oratorios ever'written. Tickets are $25-$72. Call .
(904) 354.5547 or log on to for more $
"Christmas Carole" is at information. "-. |


HOLIDAY pET PROJECTS 40 Homebound. Seniors will enjoy a
special holiday meal Christmas weekly
Kitty wish tree
eKittyWishtee With your assistance those same homebound seniors
'The Kitty Wish Tree at-Cats Angels is up and loaded with

wish cards for its felines. There's a Wide array of wishes this Will continue to receive two nutritious meals
year from catfood, spay/neuters, cat toys and supplies. Stop a week throughout 201 4.
by and make a kitty's wish come true. Cats AngelsThrift Store is located at709 S. Eighth Street and is open Monday through'Saturdayfrom 11aem.- 5 p.m. While you ire there, Freezer containers are prepared to maintain
take a look at the selections in the Christmas Shop on sea- the quality of the meals.
sonal decorations and gift items: Cats Angels is a 5013(c) charity and proceeds benefit its spay/neuter, TNR and adop- FeSh produce and dairy products help keep
tion programs. Frshpod cea d ary prd ct-h l k e

CatsAngels (dallrs seniors healthy year round.
The Purr-fect Cats of Cats Angels
are together again in a calendar for will adopt a homebound senior
2014 and one of Cats Angels "model"
kitties is featured each month, Cat people ofall age will love the pictures and for the com ing year!
it's great for holiday gifts or stocking stuffers. The calendars are on sale at $10 each at the Cats Angels Thrift BPlease Send donations to:
Store/Adoption Center, 709 S. Eighth St. in Fernaldina and Coalition for the Ioseless of Nassau Countr/Soup Train
at the-Fernandina library. All proceeds support the Cats Angels spay/neuter and adoption programs. Cats Angels, PO Box 16123, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
Inc. SPCA is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization and receives no government monies. It relies solely on donations, grants For more information please call:
and fundraising to support its work. Visit Genece Minshew, 904-491-0185 NL/PSA -I


Carenet Pregnancy Center of Camden County,
AvGa., at the service. Grace Community Church
Advent services with communion will be is part of the Presbyterian Church in America held each Wednesday in December in the (PCA). Learn more at Sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church, 9 N. I, B s
Sixth St. Everyone is welcome and invited to WC J3 L
pause mid-week, midday, for meditation, inspi- Join Legacy Baptist Church for a Christmas" ration and celebration as we approach Eve Candlelight Communion service, Dec. 24
Christmaswith anticipation. Services will begin at 5 p.m. The church is located in the at.noon today. Nassauville Volunteer Fire Station on Old
Nassauville Road, Fernandina Beach. For more
Prince of Peace information contact Pastor Jeff Whitaker at
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 2600 753-0731.
Atlantic Ave., across from Fort Ciinch, will
have several worship opportunities for the C l ts vce
Christmas season. Regular Sunday services A Festival of Lessons arid Carols will be preinclude Traditional Worship and Communion sented on Christmas Eve at 5 p.m. at the at 9 a.m.; Children's Sunday School and Adult Amelia Plantation Chapel, 36 Bowman Road. Bible Study at 10:15 a.m.; and Praise Worship The story of the festival begins in Isaiah with and Communion at 11 a.m. The "Longest prophesy of the child and continues through
Night" Worship is Dec. 21 at 7 p.m. Christmas John 1:1-14, "and the Word became flesh." Eve services include a family friendly service Scriptures are followed with carols, hymns or at 7 p.m. and a candlelight service at 9 p.m.All anthems presented by the Chancel Choir. are invited. Come, hear again the story of the Savior's
birth and be moved by the words and music of
YuleeUnited 0 Holy Night. As is the tradition in Christian
On Dec. 20, enjoy a Christian Christmas churches across the country, the service will Susan Childers, Joy to the
Hayride from 6:30-8 p.m. with cookies, hot end as the sanctuary lights dim, each lights his Children treasurer, and
chocolate and a hayride at Yulee United or her candle and a hush falls around the beau- Stephanie Mooney, vice presMethodist Church. On Dec. 24 Christmas ty of Silent Night, Holy Night, followed with ident, are pictured with
Eve Candlelight Service will be held starting at the joyous hymn, O Come, all Ye Faithful It is Nassau County
6:30 p.m. a beautiful service and a wonderful way to pre- Commissioner and Kelley
pare for the birth of the Savior. Call 277-4414. Pest Control owner'Steve
Qis "CrD .ta Nursery provided. All are welcome. Kelley at the company's
he community is invited to join Harvest -Chrisimas party, above. A
Outreach Ministries, 905 Broome St., ,.-. Kelley has generously donatFernandina Beach, as they celebrate the Unity Isle of Light has invited NewVision p- d to Joy for many years now,r.
Christmas season in songs with a Christmas CongregationalChurch, UCC and E. Nassau said Mooney. Corbin
Cantata on Dec. 21 at 7 p.m. branch of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Childers and Cody Mooney
Jacksonville to co-host a family Christmas Eve help pick up gifts and bedChsm m Celic sevMce service on Dec. 24 at 5 pjm. atthe American ngto deliver to a storage
T. eric ding to deliver to aCtrae '
St. Peter's Episcopal Church will celebrate a Beach Community Center, 1600 Jilia St. unit for inventory, left.
special Christmas Celtic Service on Sunday, There will be traditional carol singing, can- Each year, Joy to the
Dec. 2; at 6 p.m. This is the first year that a 'dle lightirig, meditation, prayer and children's Children provides a
Christmas Celtic service will be offered at the message. Reverends Mary KendrickMoore Christmas Day celebration
clihurch. and Linda Green from New Vision Marcia for underprivileged children
This'special Celtic service will follow the Brown from Unity, and Harry Green:from in Nassaui County. Wrapping ,
regular schedule of the fourth Sunday of the Ufitarian Universalist will all participate. The day is Dec. 21 from 10 a.m.morith, which has been offeredeach month, service iillcelebrate the birth of Christ with 1, p.mT. atYulee High School.
except Deiember, since 2005, 1The candlelit an upbeat and ienuine holiday spirit. Volunteers and dotinations are
iseyvi wlfeature live Celtic instri mental Refreshments will be served after the service. always welcome and still
misict e nsos and ca01os, Holy Comnmunion., All are welcome. i eeded Email ifboycandle lighting, a reading and quiet contempla- To learn more about New Vision ~ visit the
tive time. This will be an outstanding experi Congregational Church visit www.newvision- group on Facebook. Visit
ence to usher in the celebration of the birthof, E. Nassau branch of www
Christ. the Unitarian Universalist Church visit SUBMITED PHP O
The entire community is invitedto attend www.uucj org/east-nassau-branch.html and
this service, giving opportunity to Unity Isle of Light contact MarciaBrown at ..-_ _"_,_'_
join the'parish in this beautiful house.of wor- (904) 415-0822. To learn m6re about the servship while decorated for the Christmas season. ice contact Janet Streit at (410) 258-6094. HOLIDAY HELPERS
The Rev. Stephen Mazingo, rector of St. Presbyterian
Peter's, 'will officiate, assisted by the Rev. st Bell rin The Salvation Army Hope House aftthe crCarolyn Murdoch, deacon, and other members First Presbyterian Church will have two ner of Ninth and Date streets.
Cof y he och decn n tormmes
of the congregation. For additional information services of worship on Christmas Eve. A family The Salvation Army Hope House is ringing S callthe church office at 2614293 or log onto service at 5:30 p.m. will involve children as the Christmas bells three days a week, characters ofthe Nativity. Costumes will be through Dec. 24 and needs volunteers. Call Dayspring Village, Inc;, a state licensed
.. available in Jim Thomas Hall at 5 p.m. for any .321-0435 or stop by the Hope House at 410 S.. limited mentalhealth assisted living facility,
ommUity ... ....mea children attending the service. Don't pass up NinthSt. serving adults with schizophrenia and schizo
- Emmanuel For His Glory' Community :.the opportunity to be'a shepherd, awise man, affective disorders, seeks local volunteers to
OutreachlMinistries will host its annual an angelor a sheep! Nursery will be available ShopWith: C opsl become a Gecret Santa fodr the residents atthe
-conJ~t rniyo1eyea" Su' p ay-. . .:-.r :, .,'..
Conraunity Unity Hlid ay Mealon'Su;ay,n,., for th, ;~p.m.service only. The Fernadin3Beach Poli p~, A jlitya" Upillr.. d,22 from 3 ar AhitiealService ofmLessons &)Carols Departmnts Shylwithf Cpsora1 eit dpat dt fo r aChkeistt odstwiheriH
R4rdatioin Cetefit&:1200 Elm St., Fernadiffih will fola't~'.m. Both viceswill'feattre vides 150 ui"Aeipileged loc~l s~ho66 ldhifd- .d6rii.e hithemdeid .baked g6ddts .i iafio.. Beach. This event is free to all:Come as you Commuiiiion'ad candlelight. First ren the opportunity .to shop with a police pffi- musical talents. Call or email coordinator
are and bring yourfamily and friends for an Presbyterianis located at 9 N. Sixth St Its / cer at the Amelia Island Walmart and Janet Adkins dr awesome afternoon of community fellowship in doors reopen to oneandalLQuestions? Call experience the joyof Christmas. 316-2008,',
fbthis holiday season. For information call (904) the church office at 261-3837. Every penny donated translates directly to stephanie@ or call (904)
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The community is invited to Grace AtlAntic'MAe.,; across from Fort Clinch, will host Monahan, volunteer chair -is administered The Nassau County Volunteer Center's
Community Church's special candlelight ,, "Carols .& Cookies" on Dec. 29 at 5 p.m. Bring bythe nonprofit Fernandina Beach' Police ,24th annual Holiday "Adopt-a-Family" proChristmas Eve service f-om 67 pm. on Dec. your leftover cookies, the churchwill supply Foundation. Donations are tax deductible. grainm; through which volunteers make the 24 at 96038 Lofton Square Court at Lofton the hot cider, chocolate and coffeeas partici- Send donationsto Shop with Cops, holidays happier for those in need, is under Square shopping center in Yulee The event is pants sing favorite Christmas Carbls and hear Fernandina Beich Police FouAdation, 1525' wap. The program helps clients from the free and there'll be a special offering for the stories behind them. Lime St, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. View a Barnabas Center, local Head Start programs,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Fle Number participate n this proceeding, County, Florcoa have levined Assessec To amee islessthan7 days If you o (904) 630- also known as Chandra Solts,
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 2013-044-TD you are entitled, at no cost to upon dli the rghts. t:tle and NOELG LAWRENCE aehearing orvoice impaoked, 2564porlo menos7diasantes Felix Soils IIL Nassau County
IN AND FOR Certificate Number: 297 you, to the provision of certdan interestt of the Defencont. Ali of the above orooerty is cdl 711. desucomparecenclaantela Clerk of the Circuit Court,
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA Parcel Nunber: assitance. Please contact the Jarnes Thomas Wiamso. an locatec Ln NassJau County in Dated at FERNANDINA corte programado, o irnedi- Nassau County RFlorlda,. North
Cbse No.: 13-DR-1069 27-4N-23-0 008-X50 ADA Coordinator (904) 548- Individual in and to the fol- the State of RFlorida SEACH, Florida this 26 day of atamente despues de reciblr Hampton Association, Inc, a
WilliaJ. Kitler.; Year of Issuance: 2011 4600 press 0, at least 7 days lowing descrioea personal Unless such certfcate(s) shall November, 2013. esta notlficaclon, st-el tempo RFloridaNon-ProfitCorporatior
Psftiloner Description of Property: before your scheduled court property to-wt be -eceemed according to /s/ Arnarxnda Steam antes de que ola compare- State of Florida, are.-defenahd E3665.50 FT IN OR 1428/1508 appearance, or Immediately 2005 HARLEY DAVIDSON Law the property described John A.Crawford cencia provista es inferior a 7 dants, the Nassau County
Mary Mellssa KitOtler, Assessed To: upon receiving this notifica- MOTORCYCLE FLSTEIB, RED IN in such cert fcate or certifi- CLERKOF THE CIRCUIT COURT dlassl usted esta de audicion Clerk of the Circuit Court will
Respondent. FRANCENORJEANPIERRF, tion if the time before the COLOR cates will be solo to the Nassau COUN FLORIDA o deterloro delavoz game al sell to the highest and best
AMENDED NOTICE OF VIOLENEJEANPIERRE scheduledappearanceisless VIN*1HDIBWB165Y061559 Highest Biader at the MAIN 2t 12-11-18-2013 711. bidderforcashinJon11:30am
ACTION FOR All of the above property is than 7 days; if you are hearing I shdl offerths propertyfor ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU 1988 2t 12-18-25-2013 at the fro t entrance of the
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE located in Nassaum County, in or voice impaired. cdl 771. se at thefrontof Buiading 101 COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, ----1991 Judicial Annex. Nassau
To: Mary Melisa Kitler the State ofat Florida. 2t 12-18-25-2013 of the Nassau County.herf's 76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH1E ----- County. Rorida at onrthe 4 day
Last known address: 218 Unless such certificate(s) 1977 Office, 76001 Bobby Moore FLonthe 14th dayofJanuary 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of February 2014 the folowKirk Rd., Jacksonville FL 32218 shall be redeemed according ------ Circle. Yulee, FL Nassau 2014 between the hours of IN AND FOR FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ing described property as set
I YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an to Lawcie property described IN THE CIRCUIT COURT County Rorid on January 15 11 00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m. The NASSAU COUN. FLORIDA IN AND FOR NASSAU forth in said Findal
action for dissolution of mar- in such certificate or certifi- OF THE 4TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT. 2014 at 1Q00 AM.. or assoon Clerkof Court's Office Polcyis CIVIL DIVISION: COUN.FLORIDA, Judgment of Foreclosure:
ritge has been filed against. cates will be sold to the IN AND FOR thereafter as possible. I will to hold the sale at 11:30 am. CASE NO.: 45-2010-CA- CIVILACTION LOT 527 OF NORTH HAMPTON
youandthatyouarerequired Highest Bidder at the. MAIN NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA offer for sale all of the said JOHNA.CRAWFORD 000902-AXXXO-YX CASE NO. PHASETHREE.ACCORDINGTO
to serve copy of your written ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU CIVIL DIVISION: Defendant's James Thomas NASSAU COUNTY WELLS FARGO BANK, NA. 45-2012-CA-000026 THE PLATTHEREOFAS RECORDd.fenses, i any,toitonWiliam COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX CASE NO.: 13CA218 WYlamson right title, and inter- CLERK OF COURT Plaintiff, BANK OFAMERICA, NA..SUC- ED IN PLAT BOOK 7 PAGE 16
Jefferson Kitler,whose addres 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, JPMORGAN CHASE BANK est in the aforesaid personal BY/s/ Rhoda Goodwin VS. CESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC OF THE PUBUC RECORDS OF
is; 86187 Angle Rd., Yulee, FL FL on the 7th day of January, NA. property, at public auction RHODA GOODWIN, JOHN WAYNE DAVIS A/K/A HOME LOANS SERVICING, U NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
32097 on or before 12-27-13, 2014, between the hours of Plaintiff, andwilsellthesome, subject. DEPUTY CLERK JOHNWYNEDAVIS UNKNOWN FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME A/K/A 862388 N HAMPTON
acrid file the original with the 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The VS. totaes, allprior liens, encum- f you are a person with a SPOUSE OF JOHN WAYNE LOANSSERVICING, L? CLUB WAY FERNANDINA
clerk of this Court at 76347 Clerk of CourtsOffice Policy Is SCOTT B. RUTTINGER; CARL D. brancesandjudgments, if any, disability who needs any DAVIS A/K/A JOHN WYNE Plaintiff BEACH FL 32034-7596
Vperans Way, Yulee, FL 32097 .to hold the sle at 11:30 a.m. GRAHAM; DEBRAAGRAHAM to the highest and best bid- accommodation in order to DAVIS, UNKNOWN TENANT(S); vs. Any person claiming on
before service on Petitioner or JOHN A CRAWFORD UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SCOTT der for CASH IN HAND or CER- participate in this proceeding, IN POSSESSION OFTHE SUBJECT GARY KENNETH MEEKS A/K/A interest In the surplus from the irnediatelythereafter. Ifyou NASSAU COUNTY B.RUTTINGER; UNKNOWNTEN- IRED CASHIER'S CHECK plus youare entitled, atno costto PROPERI Y, GARYK.MEEKS, etdal. sale, If any, other than the
fgtto do so, a default may be CLERK OF COURT ANT IN POSSESSION OF THE Florida sales tax if appropri- you, to the provision of certain Defendants. Defendant(ts) property owner as of the date
entered against you for the BY/s/CHERYLSALMON, SUBJECT PROPERTY, ate. JThe moneys received assistance.Pleasecontact the RE-NOTICE OF NOTICE OF SALE of ttie Us Pendens mustfile a
relief demanded In the peti- DEPUTY CLERK Defendants. through the levy on sale will ADACoordanator at(904)548- FORECLOSURE SALE Notice is hereby given that, claim within 60 days after the
tipn. If youare a person with a di- NOTICE OF be paid as prescribed by Fla. 4600 press 0, at least 7 days NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment sale.
S The action is asking the abilitywhoneedsanyaccom- FORECLOSURE SALE Stat. 56.27. The vehicle may before-your scheduled court pursuanttoanOrderResetting of Foreclosure dated Dated in Nassau County,
court to decide how the ftol- mrnodatflon in order to particl- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN beviewed at Bill'sTowing, 425 appearance, or immediately Foreclosure Sale dated the26 December 5, 2013 entered in Florldathls6dayof Decembec
lowing real or personal prop- pate in this proceeding, you pursuantto FinalJudgment of S. 8th Street, Fernandina upon receiving this notIfica- day of November 2013, and Civil Case Number 45-2012- 2013.
erty should be'dMded: None are entitled, at no cost to you, Foreclosure dated the 26 day Beacl Florlda 32034, 904-261- tion if the time before the entered in Case No.45-2010- CA-00026, IntheClicit Court John A. Crawford
Copies of all court docu- to the provisionof certain assis- of November, 2013, and 6979. In accordance with the scheduled appearance Is less CA-000902-AXXX)-YX, of the for Nassau- County Florida, Clerk of the Circuit Court
ments In this case, including tance. Please contact the entered in Case No..13CA218, American with Disabilities Act than 7days; if you are hearing Circuit Court of the 4TH wherein BANK OF AMERICA Nassau County Florida orders, are available at the ADA Coordinatorat(904) 548- of the CircuitCourt ofthe 4TH persons needing a special or voice impaired, call 711. Judicial Circuit in and for NA', SUCCESSOR BY MERGER By:/s/ AmandaStearn
Clerk of the Circut Court's 4600 press 0, at least 7 days Judlcial Circuit in and for accommodation 1oportici- At 12-1 1-18-25-2013& -1-2013 NassauCounty, RFlorida, where- TOBACHOMELOANSSERVIC- Deputy Clerk
office. You may review these before your scheduled court Nassau County, RFlorldo where- pate in this proceedingIg shaldl .1987 in WELLS FARGO BANK N.A. IS ING, JI? FKA COUNTRYWIDE If you are a person with a disdocuments upon recluest appearance, dr immediately In JPMORGAN. CHASE BANK contact -the indlvdual or ----------- the Plaintiff and JOHN WAYNE HOMELOANSSERVICING, LPIs abilty who needs any accomSYoumLust keeptheClerkof upon receving-ths notifica- N.A.lsthe Plaintiff and SCOTTB. agency sending notice not THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE DAVIS A/K/A JOHN WYNE the Plaintiff, GARY KENNETH modation In order to particithe Circuit Court's office noti- tion if the time before the RUTTINGER, CARL D.GRAHAM, later than seven (7) days prior FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DAVIS and UNKNOWN TEN- MEEKS A/K/A GARY K MEEKS, pate In this proceeding, you fled of your current address. scheduled appearance Isless DEBRA A. GRAHAM and to the proceeding at the IN AND FOR ANT(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE et al.; are the Defendants, are entitled, at no cost to you,
(You may filleNoticeofCurrent than 7 days; if you are hearing UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS- address given on notice. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA SUBJECT PROPERTY are defen- Nassau CountyClerkof Court totheprovlslonofcertainasssAddress, Florida Supreme orvoice impaired, call 711; SESSION OFHESlBJECT PROP- Telephone 904-225-031. Case No.: dants.The Clerkof. this Court will sel the propertysituateld in tance. Please contact the
Court Approved Family. Law At 12-4-11-18-25-2013 ERTYaredefendahts.The Clerk /s/ Bill Leeper 45-2012-CA-000826 shall sell to the highest and Nassau County, Florida, ADA Coordlnator-(904) 548-Form 12.915) Future papers in 1967 of this Court shall sell to the Bill Leeper,'As Sheriff of., BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.. best bidder for cashatthe,AT described ai 4600 press 0, at least 7.days
This lawsuit will be mailed to ---------- highest and best bidder for Nassau Coun, Florida- Plaintiff, THE MAIN ENTRANCE F THE APORTION OFSECTION40, before your scheduled court
the address on record at the Noticelsherebyg rWithaton cash at the, AT THE MAIN 4t12-11-18-25-2013&1 -12014 v. NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE28 appearance, or Immedlately
clerk's office. 1/7/14 at 10:00A.M., or there- ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU 1984 LEONARD CHABOT, PERSONAL 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, EAST, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI- upon receiving this notificaWARNING: Rule 12.285, after, at CubeSmart #0323, JUDICIAL ANNEX, .76347 VET- ..---- REPRESENTATIVEOFTHE ESTATE FL 32097,11:30 AM on theth DA, SAID PORTION BEING tion if the tme before the
Florida Family Law Rules of 1678 S. 8th St., In the city of ERANS WAY, YULEE, FL 32097, NOTICE OFAPPULICATION OF DOROTHY.T. CHABOT AKA day of March, 2014, the fol- MORE PARTICULARLY scheduled appearar)ce Isless Procedure, requires certain Fernandina Beach, state of 11:30-AM on the 8 day of FOR TAX DEED DOROTHY MAURIEN CHABOT lowing described property as DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS! than7 days; Ifyou rehearing
automatic disclosure of doc- Florida. The undersigned, January 2014, the following NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ANY ANDALL UNKNOWN PAR- set forth In said Final BEGINATTHENORTHEASTERLY or voice Impalred,call 771.
uments and Informatlon. CubeSmart #0323 will sell at describedpropertyassetforth That US BANKC/F FLDNDEE TIES CLAIMING BY.THROUGH, Judgment,towit: CORNER OF LOT 10, FLORALE 2t 12-18-25-2013
Failure to comply can result In Publc Sale y competitive bd -Insold Final Judgment, to wit UEN UNDER, AND. AGAINST THE LOT 29, LOFTON BLUFE HOMESACCORDINGTOPLAT 1995
snctions, including dismissal ding, the personal property LOT 27, BLOCK 9,;YULEE Thehlderofthefollowing cer- HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL ACCORDING TO PLAT THERE- RECORDED IN THE PUBUC ---------or striklIng of pleadings. heretofore stored with the WOODS SECTION THREE, tificate(s)hasftiledsaid certifi- DEFENDANT(S) WHOARE NOT OF AS RECORDED IN PLAT RECORDSOFSAIDCOUNIT, IN NOTICEP OF SALE
John A.Crawford Space # C52 THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN issuedfhereon.Theertlflcate WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN UC RECORDS OF 'NASSAUr RUN NORTI 33 DEGRE$A 45 that the undersigned Intends
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Adrian Denise Horgan PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 239 AND number(s) and. year of PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER- COUNY, FLORIDA. MINUTES EAST ALONG THE to, sell the personal property BY:'/s/ Brittany Prescott Space #A36 240, OF THE PUBUC RECORDS issuance, the descripthra of EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, ..ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LIUNE described belOWba ptIbicsale
Deputy Clerk- Ashley J Reeves OFNASSU COUNTY, FLORIDA property and name(s) In DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR INTEREST INTHESURPLUS FROM OF' DUVAL, ROAD (A 60.00 by competive bidding on
At 11-27-2013& 124-11-18-2013 Spacl # C35 TQGETHER WITHTHAT CER- which it is assessed are as fol- OTHER CLAIMANTS. LEONARD THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN FOOTRIGHT-OF-WAY) A'DIS- Monday the 30t day of
1969 LatashaBrown Logan TAIN 1990 HOMETiE DOUBLE- laws: CHABOT. THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF, TANCE OF 218.02 FEET TO AN December 2013 at, 10:00 am
.......... Space # D3-C-D WIDE MOBILE HOME IDENTIRED File Number! 2013-045-TD Defendant(s). THE DATE OF THE US PEOJDENS, IRQt; RUN THENCE NORTH 79. on the premises where said
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Gary Woodruff BY VIN NUMBERS Certifhcate Number: 314 NOTICEOF SALE MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DEGREES 36 MINUTES 20 SEC- propertyhasbeen stored and
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That Ruth Charlene DavIs HML2F8332725899B 35-4N-23-20200061-000 pursuant to an Order of Final if you are a person with a 170.'FEETTO.AN IRON:LRUN BridgeviewSelf Storage474431
US BANK C/F FLDUNDEE LIEN Space.# F14 ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN Year of issuadnce;o 2011, Summary Judgment of Fore- disability w ho,,needs any THENCENORTH 50 DEGREES09 East, State Road 200
'Theholderofthefollowingcer- William H King INTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROM DescriptfofPPperty: LOT closure dated November'25, accommodation in order to MINUTES 40 SECONDS WEST A Fernandina Beach, FL.32034
tificate(s) has filed sold certflf- AI items in storage ontain THE SALE, IFANY. OTHER THAN 61 IOR .411/703CORNWAL, 201 3, entered n CMI Case No. participate inthisproceeding,. DISTANCE OF:6.36 FEETTOAN Nassau Countythe following: cafte(s) forthe tax deed tobe household items unless other- THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF, SURVEY .' 45-2012-CA-000826 of the you are entitled at-no cost to IRON. RUN THENCE SOUTH 36 Melissa Ohlendorf 3071.
issued thereon The certificate wise mentioned.. THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS AssbssedTc.; ,Circuit Court of' the Fourth you,tothe provision of certalri DEGREES 37 MINUTES 15 SEC- Willard Rader III 1222 nlmb r(s) and year of 2t12-11-18-2013 MUST FILE A CLAIMWTHIN 60 'LOISALLI Judicial Circuit inr and for assistanc6,;Please.o tactthe ONDS WESTA DISTANCE OF BrookWaymon 4011
issuance,:the description of 19756 DAYS AFTER THESALE. All ofthed bove property s NassauCounty Florlda wher6- (904) 548- 151.7 0 FEET TO A CONCRETE Purchases.mustbe p Idfor
Property. and. nne(s) In- - -------- If ou are person with'a located InNassau.County In in theClerkof theCircuit Court 4600 at. least 7 days before MONUMENT AT THE NORTH- at the time of purchase by
which it Is assessed areasfol- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE disability Who -needs ar y the State of Florida. -wllI sell to the highest bidder/or your scheduled court appear- WESTERLY CORNER OF LOT 10 cash onlyA cleaning deposit lows: 'FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT accommodation in order. to Unless iuch certificate(s) shall cash on 8th day bf January :ance, or Immediately upon AFORESAID; RUN THENCE will be taken. Dated this
File Number: 2013-042-TD INAND FOR participate in this proceeding; be redeemed according to 2014 at 11:30 a.nm. att dhe receMvingthis notification if'the SOTH 656 DEGREES 19 MINUTES 12/18/2013 andT 12/25/2013
Certificate Numrnber: 184 NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA you are entitled. at no cost to Law, the property described NassauJudciaddlAnnex, Nassau time before"the scheduled 05SECONDSEASTALONGTHE 2t 12-18-252013
Parcel Number: CIVIL ACTION you,tothe provisionof certain in such certificate or certif- County Courthouse 76347 appearance Isless than 7 NORTHERLY UINEOF SAID LOT 2007
15-2N-23-0000-0005-0250 CASE NO.:45-2010-CA-000696 assistdne.Pleasecontactthe cafes will be sid 'to: the Veterans Way, YuJee, Florlda days; if you are hearing or NO, 10, A DISTANCE OF 170.0 ------ M
Year of issuance: 2011 JPMORGAN CHASE' BANK ADA Cdordinator at crtin- Highest Bldder at the MAIN 32097, in accordance with volce'impaired, call 711. FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
Description of Property: NA. trp@, or (904) 630-264 ENTRANCE QOF THE NASSAUi Chapter 45 Florida Statutes, Dated this 27 day of NING. IN HE CIRCUIT COURT INTHE
INOR 1371/1138 Plainltiff, ot least,7 days before your COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX. relative to the following November 2013.. TOGETHER WITH THAT 1992 .FO. URTHJUDbICIAL CIRCUIT.
Assessed To:. VS. scheduled court appearance, 76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE, described propertyassetforith JOHNA.CRAWFORD HORTDCAO785R(#64173560), IN ANDCOR NASSAUFLAP PROPERTIES LLC GARYL BREWER, etal, or immediately upon receiv- FLonthe 14th day ofJanuary Infthe Final Judgment to wit Clerk OfThe Circuit Court DCA0785L (#6417358) AND COUNY, FLORIDA
-Al of the abovepropertyis Defendanrit(s). Ing this n6btfl46ation ifthetimre 2014 betweenthe hours of ALLIOFTHATCERTAINPIECE., By! s/AmanriddStearn DCA0785K(#64173562),TRIPLE CASENO.: 12-CA-427
located In Nasu Couny, In NOTICE OF SALE beforethe seded appear- 11:00 a.ri. and 2:00 p.m. The PARCEL OR TRACT OLAND Deputy Clerk IDE MODULAR HOME. COMPASS BANK I
the Stateof Florlda, PURSUANTTO CHAPTER 45 anceIs lessthn7 days if you Clerk of CourtisOffice Policy is LYING AND. BEING IN THE 2t 12-,11-18-2013 p ..; -' .pul saleft#the hgh- Plaintff,.
Uniess'such.certificate(s) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN are hearing rvoloe Impaired, to hold the sale at 11 :30 a.m. COUNTY OF NASSAUANDTHE 1989 : estbiddoe forastattheMan VS,' .
shdlbe rdeemed according .Pursi ifto a.Flnal Judgment call 711. J HNA.CRAWFORD STATE OF FLORIDA KNOWN --------- Entrance Niassau County,- DEBORAH J. MILLER a Single
tolaw, thepropertydescribed of Foreclosure dated Decerit- Dated this 25 day of NASSAU COUNTY AND DESCRIBEDAS FOULLOWS: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JudicaldAnnex,76347 Veterans- Woman; NASSAU COUNTY, a
In:such certificate or certifl- ber 2, 2013, and entered hi Novqmber 2013. CLERK OF COURT TRACT FORTY-THREE (43), 'FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT WayFL32097 at 11:30AM, on Political 'Subdivislon of the
cates will be sold t6 the Cas'e No. 45-2010.CA-000696 JOHN A.CRAWFORD BY/s/ Rhoda-Goodwin HOLLY POINT UNIT IN AND FOR NASSAU the 6 dayof State tFloidc THECOTrAGES
Highest IN lier ithejlvAIN Qh iltLQ urt if the Clerkf The4J( ntitD w DA Ny UNRE11PARTOf Si COUNWJ ORICA.4 Marchr2014 Anypersoocialr. ,ATT E CREEK.CONDO EN0,9F,(TIE .IfI,SAU ,,.J3 L~r1Jid9p IrcitIr .ad' By:/sAArsn~gdarStearn.. , .PEP.T-C RKn;-. -:..,., ;TIO.IA-5459WNtS,,P..N.2 J,,.......,CIVJLACTION -,,, Ing an interest, in the~sur.plu MINIUM, ASSOC .IIN JNC.; .
COUNTY-'"JUDICI Lk ANNEX.' for Nassau 'Couny, Florida In De :uty Clerk' "- If ,: you are person with a RANGE- 28' EAST, .NASSAU "' CASE NO.:;" from tesale, I'aiy other than and 'UNKNOWN TENANT. IN76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE,' ',whichJPMorgaChaseBank 2112-11-18-2013 disability whc needs any COUNTY FLORIDA TOGETHER 45-2012-CA-000604' the property owner as ofthe POSSESSION
FL on the 7th day of January, N.A,sthe Plaintlf and GaryL 1978 accommodation In order to WITH A PORTION-,OF THE ,' BANKOF AMERICA NA. date of the Is pendes must Defendants,
- 2014, between the hours of Brewer; Jennith Brewer, are ------- participatelnthisproceedlng UNSURVEYED MARSHLANDS Plalntiff flaclaimwlthiln60daysafler RE-NOTICE OF SALE
11:00a.m. and 200pm. The defendants, the 'Nassau -,INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE.' you are entitled, at no cost to ADJACENT THERETO- ANDi, - the sale. NOTICEis hereby glven
Cler* of Cour's Ofice Pollc is County Clerk of the Circuit FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,. you, to the provision of certain BEING PARTICULARLY DESCRIB ASHLEY M. LEE. et al. Diate: December6, 201-3. that, pursuant tothe Order of t hold the saleat 11:30 a.m. Court will sell to the highest IN AND FOR assistance.Please contattihe EDAS FOLLOWS: p-. efendant(s) /s/John A.Crawford Summary Judgment of
JOHNA.CRAWFORD andbest kidderforcashln/on NASSAUCOUNTY,FLORIDA ADACobrdinatorat(904)548- COMMENCEATrA CON- NQTICEOFSAUt.' 'asatiCountyClerkofCourt ForeclosureInthIscauselnthe
.NASSAIfCOUNTY CLERK OF 11:30arncitthefrontentrance ClVILDIVISION 4600 press. at least 7 days CRETE MONUMENT AT THE Notice Isherebygiventhat, CLERK OFTHE.CIRCUITCOURT, Circuit Court of" Nassau
COURT oftheJudicalAnnex,,,Nassau CASE NO.: 2013-CA-000S68 before-your schedu led court NORTHEAST CORNER OF SEC- pursuanttoa FInaJudgmernt -By:/siAmanda Stearn Curty Rorda ..will pell te
BY /s/ CHERYL SALMON ,ounty.Roridaatohthe8Oay 'NATONSTARMORTi~AGE LLC appeorarde or immediately TION 25 TOWNSHIP,2 NORTH, of Forelosure dated -ifyou areopersonwithadis- property situatedin Nassau
DEPUIYCLERK of January2014the following Plantiff. upon receiving this notifica-, RANGE 28 EAST; THENCE December5;2013.entered In abi ,vwhoneedsanyaccom- County, Rrlda described as:
ifyouareapersonwithdis- descirbed property assetforth VS. tlon If the tIme before the SOUTH1'14'EAST, ALONG THE CIIl CeNumber 45-2012- modatlin In order to particl- UNIT NO.2304 OF THE COTabiltywihoneedsanyaccor- In sald Finar Judgment of TRACY DUNMAN-BERGER,'et sche'iedappearancesless EASTUNFOFSAIDSECTION25, CA-000604,IntheCirdult Cour Pate inthis proceeding, you TAGES AT-STONEY CREEK, A nodatlon in order to partici-- Foreclosure: al thanf7days ifyou are hearing 4689.11 FEETTOTHE NORTHER for Nassau County Florida, areenttled atno.costtoyou CqNDOMINIUV,ACCORDNG'
pate Ir this proceeding, you A PORTION OF SECTION I Defendants. or volceimpalred, call 711. LY UNE OF SAID SECTION 45;' wherein BANKOF AMERICA, to the provision of.certan assls- TO THE DECLARATION OF
are eritled, at no cost to you. TOWNSHIP 1NORTH. RANGE 24 NOTICE OF 4t12-11-1825-2013& 1-1-2013 THENCE SOUTH ,50 01' WEST, N.A. isthe Plaintiff and ASHLEY tance., Please contact the CONDOMINIUM RECORDEDIN
totheprovisionof certainassis- EAST, lASSAU COUNTY, FLORI- -FORECLOSURE SALE 1985 w n d ALONGTHE SAID NORTHERLY M. LEE, et a.. are -th b ADA Coordinator at crt- O.R. BOOK 1518, PAGE 1834,
tnce.'Please contact the DA, BEING MORE PARTICULAR- NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN --- ---- -LINE, 779.10 FEETTO ACON- Defendants, Nassau County iTrptcoJ.netor(904630 2564 AND ALL EXHIBITS AND
ADACoordlatorat(904)548- LY DESCRIBED A FOLLWS, pursuant to anOrder of Final NOTICEOFAPPLICATION CRETE MONUMENT AT THE ClerkofCourtwiselltheprop- aleasf7 days before your AMENDMENTS TIEREOE PUB4600 press 0, a least 7 dayis FOR-A POINT OF REFERENCE, Judgment entered in Case FORTAX DEED JTHWES CORNER OF SAID ertysituated in Nassau County scheduled court appearance,. LIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
before your scheduled court COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH- No.- 2013-CA-000568 IRin the NOTICE IS HEREBYGtVEN SECTION 45 THENCE SOUTH- Florida, describedd as: or Intmedlately upon recev- COUN. FLORIDA.
appearance, or immediately WEST CORNER OI SECTION 1, CircuIt Court of the FOURTH Thf US BANK C/F FL DUNDEE 22 1' EAST ALON0THE WEST- LOT 9, BLOCK 4LAKESIDE Ing this notiflc aon If the time And which 16ostal address Is: upon receiving this notifica- TOWNSHIP i NORTH, RANGE24 Judicial ClrcuiflonadforNAD- UEN ERLYINEOFSAIDSECTION45, PARK, ACCORDING NTOO THE Cbefornthe'sc ruled appear- 96007 Stoney Dre #2304;
tlo If the time before the EAST, NASSA COUNTY, LORi-' SAU Cpunty,lida; whereln The older of theflowing cer- NT75.95 FEET;'THENCE SOTH ,PLATRECORDED INPl TBOOK ance is lessthn' days; ifyou FernandI Fra B9h, FL32304 scheduledappearancelisless -DA, FRIOMTHEPOINT O COM- NATIONSTARMORTGAGE LLC, flficoate(s) hasfiled said certifi- 56 35 50" EAS, 1458.Q9 FEET: 0, PAGE 36, OF THE PUBiC areheaingorvscelmpalred,- at Ublic Sale, to the highSthan7dayslIfyouarehearing MENCEMEITTHUSDESCRIBED, Pl ntif, and.TRACYDUNMAN-- cati(o )forthetardeedtobe THENCE NORTH 63 42'40'- RECOioSOFdNASSAUCOUN- cd711.. estbdder foreasY atthefo~t
orvolce.itmpared, call 711. RUN THENCE NORTH '07 BERGER, et. -al.. are" Issued thereonr.The certificate EAST, 70. 87 FEET TO AN IRON FLORIDA. SI ou tseyon moun ki gene yon entrance of .the Npssau
At 124-l-18-25-2013 DEGREES 47 MINUTES 26SEC- Defpndants TheClekof Court numbers) and year of PIPE ON THE EASTERLY RIGHT atpu blc sale, to the high- andlkap kitbezwen aranJman County Judicil Annex, 76347
1965 ONDS EAST, ALONG THE wllselitohehighest bkderfor Issuance the description of OF WAY LINE OF HOLLY POINT estbldder, forcash, atthe Main nenpotyonaniedyo patisipe Veterans Way Yulee, FL at
... .he ... SOUTHERLY UNE OF SECTION cash at the front entrance of property and' name(s) In DRIVE EAST (A 60 FOOT R/W) Entrance, Nassau County nan posed sat oi gendwa 11.30 a.m.onthe 13th day of
NOTICE OF APPUCATIQN :, A DISTANCE OF 661.85 FEET tige JudIcial.Annex, 76347 which it is assessed are as fol- THENCEALONGTHE SAID EAST- Judcial Annex, 76347 Veterans, a pakoute ou dispozlsyon han January, 2014. ;
FOR TAX DEED TOAPOINT:SAIDPOINTBEING Vetercn'sWayYulee,.FL32097. lows: ERLY RIGHT OF WAY UNE OF Way Yulee; FL 32097 at 11:30 asistanssqten.Tanpikontade, ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN
NOTICE IS EREBY GIVEN SITUATEONTHESOUTHEASTER- at.the hour of 1:30 AM, on File Number: 213-046TO HOLLY POINO DRIVE- EAST THE. AM; on ,the 6 day of KoodonateADA-anancrtnri INTEREST INTHE SURPLUSFRQM That US BANKC/FFLDUNDEE LY RIGHT OF WAY UNEOFU.S. the 27 day of January 2014, -certificate Number: 337 FO WING DESCRIBED March,2014.AnypersoncllOm- p@co.nets wQ (904630-2564 T HE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN UEN HIGHWAY NO. 301; THENCE the following described prop- Parcel Number: COURSES SOUTH 56 35' 50 Ing an interest In' the surplus omwen 7 THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
Theh oldesof athefollowingcear- NORTH 35 DEGREES 07MIN- erty 0-1N-24-9r2S-0007-0000 EAST, 1 0556 FEET; TJENCE frton'hesade, if any,otherthan Jouarwanapararspvogranme THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS
tificate(s) hasfled sald certfl- UTES 85 ,SECONDS EAST - LOT 53, LOFTON OAKS AT Year of issuance 2011 SOUTH 80 (20" EAST 140.74 the property owner ds of the tribinal ou arn, oswa k op MUST FILEACLAIM WITHIN 60
cate(s)forthetaxdeedtobe ALONG SAID SOUTH EASTERLY YULEE HOME PARK PHASE I, Description of Property LOT FEET THENCE SOUTH 60 22' date of the ispendens must resevwaimedyotmansou avl DAYSAFITER THE SALE.
Issuedthereon.The certificate RIGHT OF WAY UNE, AfDIS- ACCORDINGTO THE MAP OR 7 IN OR 884/1101 SANDY FORD 20" EAST, 100.47 FEET THENCE fleaclaLrnwithin 60 daysafter sa stan an anvan aparans kl, If you're a person with a numbers) ari d year of TANCE OF 1273.05 FEETC) A PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED ESTATES PB 6/147 SOUTH 630 27' 20" EAST,295.74 the sale. pwograme se mwens pase 7 dsability who needs any
issuance, the scription of POINT, SAID POINT BEING AT INPLATBOOKS, PAGE 323,324 Assessed To: FEET THENCESOUTH5 57'40 Dated: December6, 2013. Jou;siousedyansoswaVwa accommodation Irnorder to prpertyandnarries)Inwhich THE INTERSECTION OF SAID AND325,PUBUCRECORDSOF RAYMONDLBURNS, WEST, 230.25 FEET TO THE /s/ John A. Crawford genpwoblenmvlyonrele711. parltclpatenthls proceeding,
it s assessed are as follows SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHTOFWAY NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. GINAE BURNS NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF" Nassau Couty Cler kof Court Si vous etes une personne you are entlted, atnocostto File Number: 2013-043-TD U NE OF U.S. HIHWAY NO.31 'Any person claiming an All of theapore property WAY LINE OF HOLLY POINT C LERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT ayant unedeflcience qul ont you,to theproiion of certain Certiflcate Number: 289 WITH THE NORTHERLY UNE OF interest In the surplus from the located in Nassau Couty, In DRIVE SOUTH (A 60 FOO R/W); By:/s/ Amanda Steam besoln dune adaptaton gin assistance. Please contact Parcel Number: HIGGINBOTHAM ROAD ( A sale, if aniy, other than the ithstate of Florida l THENCE NORTH 68 55' 40 If you are a person with a departicperacettenstance, ADA Coordinator at crtin25-4N-23-2020-0004-0000 ,l 30.00 FOOT GRADED ROAD); propertybwner as ofthe date Unless such certiflate(s).shall" EAST,.ALONGTHE SAID NORTH- disability who needs any vous avez droit a aucUn frais or (904) 630-2564
Year of.ssuance: 2011 THENCE SOUTH 62 DEGREES 2 of the Us Pendens must file a e redeemed dcording to WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY UNE accommodation In order to pour vous, pour la fourniture at least 7 days before your
Description of Property: LOT MINUTES 40 SECONDS EAST dlalin within 60days after thfe Law, the property described OF HOLLY POINT DRIVE SOUTH particldpate inthis proceeding,. det'aTslstancedecertalns.S' scheduled outW a ppearae,.
PT OR 907/1212 CORNWALL ALONG THE NORTHERLY UNE sale. i. In such certificate or certifI- 240.95 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 21.0 you are entitled at no cost to vous plain ommuniquer avec or immediately upon receivSURVEY' OP SAID' HIGGINBOTHAM DATEDthis27 day of cafes will be sold to the 04' 20" EAST, 60 FEET; THENCE you,totheprovisionofcertain lecoordonnateuraPADAcrt- Ingthsnotfilcalonitthetime
Assessed To: ROAD.A DISTANCE OF830.00 November2013. Highest Bidder at the MAIN SOUTH 68 55; 40~ WEST, assistance.Pleasecontactihe ntrp@coknet ou (904) 630- beforethescheduledappearIDA CAMILLE MOORE FEETOAPOINTTHENCECON- JOHN CRAWFORD ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU ALONG THE SOUTHEASTERLY ADA- Coordinator at crtin- 2564 ou molns 7 Jours avant ancelslessthantdaysit you
Allof the abveproperlyls TINUEALONGTH NORTHERLY .CLERKOFTHECIRCUITCOURT COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, RIGHT OF WAY UNE OF SAID (904) 630-2564 vorecomparutiorldeviantle arehearingorvoc lmpare
located In Nassau County, In UNE OF SAID HIGGINBOTHAM By:/s/ Amand Steam 78347 VETERANS WAY YULEE, HOLLY POINT DRIVE SOUTH, at least 7 days before your tribunal prevu, ou des recep- cl 711.
theStateof Florida. ROAD, SOUTH 49 DEGREES 41 Deputy Clerk FLonthe1.4th day of January- 921.74 FEE TO THE EASTERLY scheduled courtappearance lIon d cette notification slle WITNESS my hand and the
Unless such certificate(s) MINUTES 25 SECONDS EAST,.A IMPORTANT 2014, between the hours of RIGHTOFWAY UNEOFCEDAR or Immediately upon receiv- tempsavantl'appartlon pro- Seal ofthisCourtthis5 day
shallberedeemedaccording DISTANCEOF123.37FEETTOA If you are a personwith a 11:00a.m. and 2:00 pm. The LANE (A 603 FOOT R/W);' Ingthisnotificatlonifthetime grammee est Inferie-ure a7 of Detember
to Law, the property described POINT. SAID POINT BEING THE disability who needs any Clerk of Court's Offce Policy is THENCESOUTH 16 5'50EAST, beforethescheduled appear- Jour si7 ous etesaudenceou 21 12-18-25-2013
In such certificate or certifi- POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE accommodation in order to to hold the saie at 11:30 am. ALONG THE SAID EASTERLY dance is less than days; ifyou la voix dteree, composez le 1998
cates will be sold to the HEREIN DESCRIBED PARCEL participate inthis proceeding, JOHN A CRAWFORD RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF CEDAR arehearlngorvolce Impaired, 711. ---.
Highest Bldder at the MAIN THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 49 yot are entitled, at no cost to -NASSAU COUNY LANE, 149.53 FEETTOTHEPOIN call 711 SI usted as una persona con NOTICE OF PUBUC SALE
ENTRANCE OFTHE NASSAU DEGREES 41 MINUTES 2 SEC- youItotheprovislonof certain CLERK OF COURT OF BEGINNING. Si'ou so yon moun kigen unadni(capacdadquenece M -- ILSTOWINGglvesNoTic.e
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, ONDS EAST, ALONG SAID assistance. Please contact the BY/s/ Rhoda Goodwin THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH yon dndlkap klitezwen aran- sita cualauler arreglo con el of FOrecioSure of: Uen and 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, NORTHERLY UNE OF HIGGIN- ADA Coordinator at (904)548- RHODA GOODWIN, 16' 45' 50' EAST, ALONG THE Jman nenpot yo non led yo fm de participar en este pro- Intentito sellthese vehicleson FL on the 7th day of January, BOTHAM ROADA DISTANCE 4600 press 0, at least 7 days DEPUTY CLERK SAID EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY patlislpe nan pwosedisa aou cedlmlento, ustedfliene dere- 01/03/2014, 8:30 am at 425 S 2014, between the hours of OF 150.00 FEET TO A POINT; before ydur scheduled court if you are a person with a UNE OF CEDARLANE, 120 FEET; gen dwa a pa koute ou, dis- cho sin costa alguno para ITH ST FERNANDINA, FL3203411:00 a.m. and 200 p.m. The THF NCENORTH60DEGREES49 'appearance, or Immediately disability who needs any THENCESOUTH 89 A6'50"EAS, pozisyon nan asistans seten. usted, paro la prestackn de 609, pursuant to subsection CIerkof Court'sOfflcePolicyis MINUTES 30 SECONDS EAST, A upon receMng this notifica- accommodation in order to 230 FEET, MORE ORLESS,TOAff Tanpr kontakte Koodonate asistencla,determinado. Par 713.78 of the Florida Statutes, to hold the sale at 11:30 am. DISTANCE OF250.70 FEETTO A tlon It the time before the participate in this proceeding. IRON PIPE AND CONTINUING ADA-a ran favor, pongase en contacto BILL'S TOWING reserves the JOHNA.CRAWFORD POINT; .THENCE NORTH 45 scheduled appearance is less you ar~ entifiedat nocostto ON SAID COURSE, 10 FEET, oswo (904) 630-2564 omwen con el coordinador de ADA right to accept or reject any
NASSAU COUNTY DEGREES 30 MINUTES43"SEC- than7days; ifyouarehearlng youtoittfe'provision of certain MORE OR LESS, TO THE WEST- 7Jou anvan aparans o (904) 630- and/or dl bids.
CLERK OF COURT ONDS WEST, ADISTANCE OF or voice Impaired, call 711. assistapce.llease contdctthe ERLYWATERSOF CHRISTOPHER pwogrametriblndouanoswoa 2564porlomenos7dlasantes 1GKDT13W8X2554422
BY/s/CHERYLSALMON 21209 FEET TO A POINT; Phone-(904)548-4909, Fax ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- CREEK; THENCE NORTHERLY kapresevwoimedyolmnsou desucomparecenciaantela 1999GENERALMOTORSCORP
DEPUTV CLERK THENCE SOUTH 48 DEGREES 07 (904) 548-4949, TIDITTY Dial 4600 press 0, at least 7. days ALONG SAID WESTERLY WATERS. avi sa si tan an anvan apars code programado, o Inmedi- It 12-18-2013
If you are a person with a MINUTES 45 SECONDS WEST, A 711, E-Mail calewls@nas- before your scheduled court OF CHRISTOPHER CREEK 40 i pwograme se mwenspase otamente despuesde recibir 1994
disability who needs any DISTANCE'OF 252.11 FEET TO appearance, or immediately FEET MORE OR -LESS, TO A 7 Jou; si ou se odyans oswa esta notificaclon, s el tempo
accommodation in order to THEPOINTOF BEGINNINGAND 2t12-11'18-2013 upon redeMng this notifico- POINT THAT BEARS SOUTH 730 vwagen pwoblem vityon rele antes de que la compare- NOTICE OF CANCELLATION
participateinthis proceeding, TO CLOSE. TOGETHER WITH A 1980 tlon If the time before. the 47" 50 EAST, FROM THIE POINT 711. cencloprevistaes Inferora7 OF BOARQ OF COUNTY
you are entitled, at nocost to MOBILE HOME AS A PERMA- ----- scheduled appearance is less' OF BEGINNING; THENCE SI vous etes une personne dlog, sl used esta de audlclon COMMISSIONERS MEETING
you,tothe provision of'certain NENT FIXTURE AND APPURTE- IN THE COUNTY COURT, IN THE than7days; If you are hearing NORTH 730 47 50".WEST, 15 ayantunedeflcience qul ont- odeteriorodelavoz,Iamecd NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN assIstance.Pleasecontactthe NANCE THERETO, DESCRIBED FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, or voice impaired, cali711. FEET. MORE OR LESS, TO AN besoln dune adaptation gin 711. that the regularly scheduled
ADACoordnatorat(904)544- AS: 'A 1995 DOUBLEWIDE IN AND 4t12-11-18-25-2013&1-1-2013 IRON PIPE AND CONTINUING departlclperacette Instance, 2t12-18-25-2013 fourth Monday monthly meet4600 press 0, at least 7 days MOBILE HOME BEARING IDEN- FOR NASSAU COUNTY, 1986 270 FEET, MOREOR LESS,TOTHE vous avez droifa aun fras 1992 ing of the Nassau County
before yourscheduled court TIFICATION NUMBER(S) FLORIDA --- - POINT OF BEGINNING. pour vous, pour to foumtfure ----- -Board of County CommissIoneppearance, or immediately iHFL1218A AND 1FLl2188 CASE NO.: 11-CC-27 NOTICE OFAPPUCATION Any person claiming an del'asslstancedeertalns.S', INJHECIRCUIT COURTO THE' ers, scheduled for Monday
upon receiving this notifica- AND TITLE NUMBER(S) 121 FINANCIAL CREDIT UNION FOR TAX'DEED Interest in the surplus from the vous plait communiquer aVec FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT i December 23, 2013 at 6:00
tion if the time before the 0068707759 AND0068707760. F/K/A FLORIDA TELCO CREDIT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN sale, if any, other than the lecoordonnateuraPADAcrt- IN AND FOR NASSAU p.m. HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
scheduledappearancelsless A/K/A44217 HIGGINBOTH- UNION "ThatUS BANKCIF propertyownerasofthedate ou (904) 630- COUNIY.FLORIDA BOARD OF COUNTY
than 7 days ityou'are hearing AM DRIVE, CALLAHAN; FL. Plainttiff, FL DUNDEE UEN of the Us Pendens must fle a 2564 au mains 7 Jours avant CIVILACTION COMMISSIONERS
or volce impaired, call711. 32011 vs. The holder of the following cer- claim within 60 days after the votre comparution deviant le CASE NO.: 2012 CA 000295 NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
At 12-4-11 "1825-2013 Any person claiming an JAMES THOMAS WLIAMSON, tificate(s) has filedsald certi- sale. tribunal prevu, ou des recep- EVERBANK DANIEL B. LEEPER, CHAIRMAN
1966 I .- Interest in the surplus from the anlndvidual, cate(s)for the tax deed to be AMERICANS WITH DISABIU- tiondecettenotflcatlork sile Plalntiff, It 12-18-2013 .
------ sale, If any, other than the Defendant, issued thereon The certflcate TIES ACT. if you are d person temps avant I'apparition pro- vs. 2005
NOTI OFAPPlCATION 'properly ownerasof the date NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE number(s) and year of with a disability who needs grammee est nferle-ure a 7 CHANDRAG.SOLIS,etal ----.- OR TAX DEED of the Us Pendens must file a NOTICE is hereby glven that issuance, the description of any accommodation In order jours; st vous etes audience ou Defendant(s). LEGAL NOTICES ARE
NOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN ,claimwithin 60 days after the pursuanttoaWrit of Execution property, and name(s) in to participate in this proceed- la voix alteree, compose le NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT CONTINUED ON THE
That US BANK C/F FL DUNDEE sale. issued in the County Court of w-ich it is assessed are as fol- ing you are entitled at no cost 711. TO CHAPTER 45 NEXT PAGE.
UEN ; Dated In NassaUl Codnty Nassau County, Florida, on the lows: to you, to the provision of cer- SI usted es una persona NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN --...-.
Theholderofthefallowingcer- Rorldathis2dayof December 30th day of January 2013, in File Number: 2013-047-TD tain assistance. Please con- con una discapoacidad que Pursuant to a Fnal Judgment
tfcate(s) has-fled sald certifl- 2013. the cause wherein 121 FINAN- Certificate Number: 648 tact the ADA Coordinator for necesita cudquler arrego con of Foreclosure dated LEGAL, HOLIDAY
oate(s) forthe tax deed to be Clerk of the CircuitCourt CIAL CREDIT UNION, F/K/A Parcel Number: the circuit court system at crt- "elfmdeparticiparenestepro- December 5, 2013, and DEADLINE IS
(hd thereon, The certificate Nassau County, Florida FLORIDA TELCO CREDIT UNION,. 08-3N-24-2380-0094-0090 or (904) 630-2564 cedimlento, usted tiene dere- entered in Case No. 2012 CA TDAY 12/19
number(s) and year of By: /s/Tracy Poore Plaintiff and JAMES THOMAS Year of issuance: 2011 at least 7 days before your cho sin cost alguno para 000295 of the Circuif Court of
Issuance, the description of Deputy Clerk WILLIAMSON, an IndlvIdual, Description of Properly: scheduled court appearance, usted, para la prestackm de the Fourth JudicIal Circuit In AT 3PM FOR.
property, and name(s) In if you are a person with a Defendant, being case num- BLOCK 94 LOTS 9TO 12 INC PT or immediately upon recev- asistencla determinado. Por and for Nassau County, Florida PUBLICATION ON
which it Is assessed are as fol- disability who needs any ber 1 1-CC-27, in sold court, I, OF OR 375 PG 427 TOWN OF ing this notitcaton t the time favor, pongase en contact In which EverBank, is the
lows: -accommodation in aider to BILL LEEPER as Sherff of Nassau HIuJARD before the scheduled appear- con el coordinador de ADA Plointif and Chandra G. Solis 12/2-5/2013

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE sale, if any other than the 1. The project is located in NING THUS DESCRIBED CON- property owner as of the date property and the driveways, defendant has in or to the TION OF TIMBERCREEK INC
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT property owner asof the date Nassau County, Section 43. TINUE SOUTH 76 DEGREES 34 of the fis pendens must fie a waldkways etc., thereon with properly described in the peti- Defendant(s).
IN AND FOR NASSAU of the is pendens must file a Township 3N. Range 28E. The MINUTES 40 SECONDS WEST A claim within 60 days after the the consrItruction to be under- tion and to show cause why NOTICE OF SALE
COUNTY, FLORIDA claim within 60 days after the permit authorizes a surface DISTANCE OF 65.48 FEET, RUN sle. taken by the Department, in that property should not be NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
CASE NO.: 13CA000442AXYX sdle. water management system THENCE SOUTH 13 DEGREES 36 Doted this 11 day of Statie Road No.200 (A A) adja- taken for the uses and pur- pursuant to an Order of Find
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCI- Dated this 6 day of on 0.049 acres for construc- MiNUTES 45 SECONDS EAST A Decermber, 2013. cent thereto, in, upon over. poses set forth in the petition. Summary Judgment of
ATION (SUCCESSORTO BANK December, 2013. ion of one medium-size pri- DISTANCE OF 100.0 FEET RUN John Crawford and through the following if any defendantfalstodoso Foredosuredated December
OFAMERICA, NA.,SUCCESSOR Joh6 Crawford vate residential, singrle-f4ciy THENCESOUTH76DEGREES34 As Clerkof the Court described land in Nassau a default will be entered 5,2013. entered in Civil Case
BY MERGER TO LASALLE BA( As Clerk of the Court boat dock with two roof coy- Mt4UTES 40 SECONDS WEST A By./s/ Megan Sawyer County, Florida, viz against that defendantfor the No. 45-2012-CA-000669 of thE
NA), AS TRUSTEE ON BEHALF By./s/ Amanda Stean ered slips. khiown as Kohler DISTANCE OF 150.0 TO THE As Deputy Clerk PartA' relief.demanded in the peti- Circuit Court of the Fourth
OF THE HOLDERS OF THE As Deputy Clerk Uplands Retaining Wai & EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LUNE IMPORTANT A Part Of Lot 1. Block 3, And A tion. Judicial Circuit In and fot
THORNBURG MORTGAGE IMPORTANT Dock- The receiving water OF GRADED COUNTY ROAD I you cre a person with a Part Of Still Meadows Avenue( PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a NassauCounty RFlorida whereSECURiTESTRUST2007-4MORT- If you re a person with a body is.8els River, a Class Il (A 60.0 FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY); disability who needs any A 60.00 Foot Right of Way declaration of taking has in the Clerk of the Court wit GAGE LOAN PASS-THROUGH disability who needs any Waterbody, not an RUN THENCE accommodation in order to Closed By Official Records been filed in this cause and sell to the highest bidder fot
CERTIRFICATES, SERIES 2007-4, accommodation in order to Outstanding RFlorida SOUTH 13 DEGREES36MINUTES participateinthisproceedrg Book 788. Page 495 Of The that petitionerwilapplyforan cash on 8 day of January, Pdnfcif, participatein thisproceeding, Waterbody, not an aquatic 45 SECONDS EAST ALONG you are entitled, at no cost to Public Records Of Nassau order of taking and anyother 2014 at 11:30 a.m. at thq
VS. you re entitled, at no cost to preserve. SAID you, to the provision of certain County, Florida). Lying within order the court deems proper Nassau Judicid AnnexNassau
JEFFREY M.HOYA/KIAJEFFREY you,to the provision of certain Aperson whosesubstantidl RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE A DIS- assistance. Peasecorntactthe CA. SnowtbisSubdivisiortn As beforetheHonorable BrianJ. County Courthouse. 76347 HOY; et d., Defendanit(s). assistance. Please contact the interests are or may be diedt- TANCE OF 215.0 FEET. RUN ADA Coordinator at (904)548- Recorded In Plat Book 1, Page Davis, one of the Judges of Veterans Way Yulee, Florida
NOTICE OFACTION ADA Coordinator at(904)548- ed hasthe right to requestan THENCE NORTH 76 DEGREES 4600 press 0, at least 7 days, 15.OfThe Said Public Records this Court, on January 7,2014 32097, In accordance with
TO: JeffreyM.HoyAKAJeffrey 4600 press 0, at least 7 days administrative hearing by fil- 34 MINUTES 40 SECONDS EAST before your scheduled court Of Nassau County lorido Also at 11:00 a.m.. (30 minutes Chapter 45 RFlorida Statutes Hoy before your scheduled court ing a written petition with the .A DISTANCE OF 815.48 FEE: appearance, or immediately Beng A PartOfTheHeirsOfE. reserved) in Chambers at the relative to the following
Soria L Valez-HoyAKAScriaL appearance, or immediately St. Johns River Water RUN THENCE NORTH 13 upon receiving this notifico- Waterman Mll Grant, Section Historic Nassau County. describedpropertyassetforth Velez-Hoy upon receiving this notifica- Minmagement Disttri(Distict). DEGREES 36 MINUTES 45 SEC- tion if the time before the 44 Township 2 North, Range Courthouse, 416 Centre Street inthe Findal Judgment, to wit
Last Known Residence: 6529 flon if the time before the Pursuant to Chapter 28-106 ONDS WEST A DISTANCE 315.0 schedued appearance is less 27 East, Nassau County Florida Femandina Beach Florida.All LOT 168 OF TIMBER CREEK
'Spyglass Villas, Fernandina scheduled appearance isless and Rue 40C-1.1007. Roida FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- than 7 days ifyou are hearng Being More Particularly defendants to this suit may PLANTATION PHASE ONE, Beach, FL 32034 than 7 days if you are hearing Adrrinistrative Code (FAC.). NING. orvoice'impaired, cdl'711. Described As Follows: requestahearing atthe time ACCORDING TO THE PLAL
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED or voice Impaired, call 711. the petition must be filed Any person claiming an 2t 12-18-25-2013 Commence At The and place designated and be THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
that an action to foreclose a 2t 12-18-25-2013 (recelv6d) bither by delivery interest in the surplus fror the 2009 Noltheasterly Corner Of The heard at the time and plaae PLAT BOOK '6, PAGE(S) 394
mo ige,on the following 2000 at the office of the District sale, if any, other than the ------ Heirs Of E. Waterman Mil designatedand be head.Any THROUGH 398, OFTHE PUBUIC
property Ir: Nassau County ---...... Clerkat DistrictHeadquarters, propertyownerasofthedate IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Grant, Section 44 Township 2 defendant falling to file a RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN"
I&r IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, O. Box 1429, Pdatka FL32178- of the is pendens must file a FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT North-Range 27 East, Nassau request for hearing shall waive TY, FLORIDA.
STHAT CERTAIN CONDO- FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT, IN 1429(4049 Reid St, Padatka, FL claim within 60 days after the IN AND FOR NASSAU County, RFlorida Thence South any right to object to the Any person claiming aciL
MINIUM PARCEL LOCATED IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, 32177) or by e-mail with the sale. COUNTY. FLORIDAI 44degrees2405"West,Along Order of Taking. / interest In thesurplusfromthe:'
"NASSAU. COUITY, FLORIDA, FLORIDA District. Clerk at 'Clerk@sir- Dated this 6 dayofDecembec CASE NO.: 13-CA-593 TheSoutheasterlyUnefSdld WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL sale, if any, other than the:
COMPOSED VILLA UNIT NO. CASE NO.:2013-CP-277, within twenty six 2013. Parcels 104/708 Sectiorn 44, A Distance Of of this Court on the A day of propertyownerasofthedate,
6529 AND AN UNDIVIDED DIVISION:A (26) days of the District If you are a person with a STATE OF FLORIDA DEPART- 510.37 Feet To The Centerline December, 2013. of the Us Pendens must fie a
SHARE IN THOSE COMMON IN RE: ESTATE OF: depositing the notice of disability who needs any MENT OF TRANSPORTATION, Of Survey Of State Road No. JOHN CRAWFORD claim within 60 days after the,
ELEMENTS APPURTENANT CORINNE PFREEMAN, intended District decision in accommodation in order to Petitioner, 200 (AIA) Per Florida CLERK OFTHECIRCUIT COURT sale.
THERETO, AS SPECIFIED, Deceased. the, mall (for those persons to padicipateinthisproceeding, VS. Dep rtmentOfTrarisportation NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA AMERICANSWITH
DESCRIBED IN AND SUBJECT NOTICE JO CREDITORS whom the District mats actual you are entitled, at no cost to MEADOWS INCORPORATED, a Right Of Way Map Section By/s/Megan Sawyer DISABILITIES ACT.
TO THE COVENANTS, CONDI- The administration of the notice),within twenty-one (21) you, to the provision of certain Georgia Corporation; WELLS 74060, F.PNo.2107123); Thence Deputy'Clerk fyou are a person with a
TIONS, RESTRICTIONS, TERMS estate of CORINNE PR FREE- days of the District emailing assistance. Pleasecontactthe FARGO BANK, N.A., successor North 62 degrees 44'58" East, 2t 12-18-25-2013 dlsabilify who needs an' AND OTHER PROVISIONS OF MAN, deceased, FRle Number. notice of intended District ADACoordinatorat(904)548- by merger with Wachovia Departing Said Section Une, 2010 .. accommodation in order to
THE DECLARATION OF CON- 2013-CP-277,is pending in the decision (for those personsto 4600 press 0, at least days. Bank N.A., fk/id First Union Along Said Centerline Of -------- particpateinthisproceedlng,DOMINIUM FOR "SPYGLASS Circuit Court for Nassau whom the District emais actu- before your scheduled court National iahk THE UNITED Survey Of State Road No. 200 NOTICE OF APPUCATION you cre entitled, at no cost to: VLLAS H, A CONDOMINIUM' County Florida, Probate al notice or within twenty-one appearance, or immediately_ STATESPOSTALSERVICE AVIVA (A1A), A Distance Of. 30.64 FOR TAX DEED '. you, totiheprovisilonofcertidn MADE BY AMELIA SPYGLASS Division, the address of which (21) days of newspaper pub- upon receiving this notifica- UFE AND ANNUITY COMPANY Feet Thence North 27 degrees NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN assistance. Please cohtactth4 VIULLAS DEVELOPMENT COM- 76347. Veterans Way, Yulee, FL licaonofthe notice of intend- tion if the time before the an Iowa Corporation, f/k/a 15'02" West, Departing Said .That US BANK C/FFL DUNDEE ADA Coordinator at(904)548 RPANY L.C, A FLORIDA ULIMITED 32097. The names and ed District decision (for those scheduled appearanceisless AmerUs ULife nsurance Com- Centerline Of Survey Of State LIEN 4600 press 0, at least 7 dayi
UABILITYCOMPANY,SPONSOR, addresses of thepersona rep- persons to whom the District than 7 days: ifyou arehearing pany, an Iowa Corporatiortn, Road No. .200 (AIA), A Theholderofthefolowing cer- before your scheduled cout'f hasbeen fledoagnstyouand resentative(s) and the per- does not mail or email actual or voice impaired, call 711. successor by merger with and Ditance Of 55.83 Feet To The tificate(s) hasfiled said certifi- appearance, or immediate
iVreqUired to serve a sonal representative's attor- notice). A petition must com- 2t 112-18-25-2013 into indianapolis Ufeinsurance Northerly Existing RightOfWay 'cate(s)or thetax deedto be upon receiving this notificd-\ copy r written deferis- ney are set forth.below ply withSeclcns 120.54(5)(b)4 2006 Company an Indiana Une Of Said State Road No. issued thereon.The certificate tion if the.time before thek,
e, ay to it on ALDRIDGE All creditors of the dece- and .120.569(2)(c), Florida ------- - Corporation, and JOHN M. 200 (AlA) (A Variable Width number(s) and year of scheduled apspecrance Isless
CpNNORS, UP Plaintiff s aotar- dentand other persons having Statutes (F.S.); and Chapter IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIE. DREWNassau County Tax Right Of Way); Thence North Issuance, the description of than 7 days iyou re hecing
ney at615South Congress claims ordemands'against 28106,F.A.C.TheDistrictwillnot FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Collectr; 13 degrees 39'18" West, property, and name(s) In orvoicel mpaired, cil 711.
Avenue Suite 200, Delray decedent's estate on whor a ccept'a peitio sent by fac- IN AND FOR NASSAU Defendants. Departing Last Said Northerly which t is assessed cre as fol- Phone (904) 548-4909
$%each, FL 33445 (Phone copy of this notice has been simile (fOa:Medationpursuart COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE OF ACTION IN Existing Right Of Way.Une,'A lows Fax -(904)548-4949
lNumber: (561) 392-6391), with- served 'must file their cdais to Section 120.573, F.S., is not Case No.: EMINENT DOMAIN AND Distance Of 8.92 Feet Thence File Number: TTD/TTY Didl 711
In 30 days of the frst date of with this-Cdurt WITHIN THE available. 45-2012-CA-000022 NOTICE OF HEARING North 62 degrees 44'58" East, 2013-049-TD E-Mall
fISublication of this notice, and LATER OF3 M NTHSAFTERTHE A petition for an'adrnlnis- BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. OF CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE A Distance 01110.28 Feet To Certificate Number calewis@nassauclerk,com '
Sfile the original with theclerkof DATE 'OF THE FIRST PUBUCA-. trative hearing isdeemedfiled Plantiff, OF, OPROCESS The PontOfBeginring; Thence 1841 Dated at FERNANDINA
This court either before TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 uponreceiptof the complete v.. STATEOF FLORIDATO: North 27 degrees 15'92"West, Parcel Number: BEACH, Florida this 6day of
January 17,2014 on Plaintiffs DAYSAFTER THE DATE OF SER- peilon by their DistictClerkat. ROBERTWILULIAM ALEXANDER; To allsdd defendants who.gre A Dist nce:0110.00 Feet; 05-2N-27-4292-020-0000 December, 2013.
fattomy Qrimmediatelythere- VICE OF A QOPY 'F THIS the District Headquarters in ANY ANDALLUNKNOWN PAR- living,'and if any or all defen- Thence North *62 'degrees Year of ssuance: /s/AmandaStorn
after: otherwise a defauft will NOTICE ON THEM. Palatka Florida'durlhg the TIES CLAIMING BY THROUGH, dants are deceased, the 44'58" East, A Distance Of 2011 John A..Crawford
beentered'agistyouforthe All othe credits: of the Distrif'sregular businesshors. UNDER, AND AGAINST THE unknown spouse, heirs, 51.50 Feet; Thence Soutl27 Description ofProperty: LOT CLERKOFTHECIRCUIT COUR S4tllefdertn ded irn the com- decedent and prtsmns rv- The DistrIct' regular business HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL: devisees, grantees, creditors, degrees 15'02' East, A 20 (EX 3-1) IN -OR 1511/804 Nassau COUNTY, FLORIDA: Italnto.petltion. Ingclaims rder*sds'a ast hours are 8 ,a.m: 5 p.m., DEFENDANT(S) WHOARE NOT ilenors, or other pcrfies claim- Distance Of 10.00 feet; FLOOD ACRES#2UNR 2t f2-18-25-2013
Datec DEC-6 2013.' .the decedent's estate must xcluding weekends and KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR AUVE ing by, through, under or Thence South '62 degrees Assessed To: 1997
QHN ACRAWFORD filetheir clalmswiththis Court District' holidays. Petitions WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN" against any su deceased 44'58" West, A Distance Of CHARLES R LEQNARD .........
As Clerk of theCourt WITHIN 3 MONTHS'AFTER THE received by the District Clerk IARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER- defendant or dejfendcts, if 51.50 Feet To The Point Of All of the above propertyis NOTICE OFPUBUC SALE ,
.',B:/s/Megan Sawyer DATE O1F THE FIRST'PUBUCA- afterthe Districtsregularbud- EST 'AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,, alive, and, if dead, their Beginning, located in Nassau County In BILUSTWING gives Notice
,,As Deputy Clerk TION OFTHIS NOTICE. ness hours shall be deemed DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR unknown spouse,- heirs, Containing 515 Square Feet, the State of Florida. of Foreclosure of Uen and,
"2f12-18-25-2013 ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITH- filed as of 8.a.m. on the next OTHER CLAIMANTS;. AND devisees, legate6s, grantees, More Or Less. Unless such certificate()shall ntenttosellthesevehiclesor*
4:-996 INTHETIME PERIODSSET FORTH regular District business day NORTH HAMPTON ASSOCIA- creditors, l6nors,o.0ther par-'. ALSO: be redeemed according to 01702/2014 8:30 am at 425 8;'
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE The Distrlct'i acceptance of TION, INC ties delming by, through, PartB" Law, the property described 8THST FERNANDINA, FL32034IN SECTIO 733.702cat OF THEii- The9 pursuanticetae of subsectIon
iN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FLORIDASTATUTESWILLBEFOR- petitionsfiled by e-mail issub- Defendant(s). under, or against any such APartOfLot3,Block1,LAndLot in sich certificateorcerifi- 3609,pursuanttosubsection
O' FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT OF EVER BARRED. Ject to certain conditions set NOTICE OFSALE deceased defendant or 3, Block 2 And A Port Of pcates will be sold to the 713.78 of the fofda Statute.
S' FLORIDAINAND FOR NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME forth ln'theDistrlct'sStatement NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN defendantsandalotherpar- Spencer, Lane, (A 60.00\Foot Highest Bidder at the MAIN BIL'S TOWING reserves thC
NASSAU COUNTY. PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, of Agency Orgcnizatio. and pursuant to an Order of RFnal titei having'orclaiming to have Right Of Way Now Closed By ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU right to accept or reject ani
GENERAL JURISDICTION,' ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) Operation ,ssuedpursuant to Sumimary Judgment of any rght,titlebrlnterestinand Official Records Book'788, COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, and/o allbids.
DIVISION YEARS OR MOREAFTER THE Rule 28-101.001,. "RorIda Forecosuredated December Y-o the property.desctbed in Page 495, Of The Public 76347 VETERANS.WAY YULEE, 1G1ND52F04M641620 200
C : ASE NO. 13CA000535 DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH Administrative Code), whichis 11,2013,'entered.In Civil Case 'the Petition,to-wit: Records'Of NassauCunty, FLonthe21stdayofJanuary CHEVROLET
BANK OF AMERICA, NA., IS BARRED. available for viewing at l orl- No. 45-2012-CA000022 of the item #2107123 Florida), Lying Within C.A. 2014 between the hours of 1t 12-18-2013 '
Plaintiff, The date of the first pubicrlon condl- Circuit Court of the -Fourth Parcels 104/708 'Snowballs Subdivislon, As 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The 1993
vs. of thisNotice is December 18, flons include, but are not limit- J.idicial Circuit in arid for SR 200 (A1A) NASSAU Recorded In RPlat Book. 1, Page Clerk of Court's OfficePolcy i ----- SILBERIO REYES etal., 2013. ....'" edto, the petition being in the Nassau County, Florida..where- COUNTY 15 Of The Public Records Of to hold the sale at :30a.m. INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF TH
Defendants 2t 12-18-25-2013 form of a PDF or TIFF file and IntheClerkoftheCirbuitCouit, Section No,74060 State Nassau County Florida, Also JOHN A'CRAWFORD FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
SNOTICEOF ACTION 2001' being capable 'of being willsell to thehlghestbidderfor Road No.200(A A) Nassau Being. A Part Of Section 4, NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF INANDFOR NASSAU
To; SILBERIO REYES, 32139 -------' stored and printed by the cash on 16 day of January County Township 2 North; Range 27,. COURT COUNTY FLORIDA
GRANDPARKE BOUILVARD, >'BOARDOFCOUNTY Districturther, pursuant to the 2014, at 11:30,a.m. at the FERNo.2107123 East Nassau County, FlIrlda' BY/s/ RhodaGoodwin GENERALJURISDICION
FERNANDINA BEACH, FL COMMISSIONERS, Distriqt'statementofAgency NassxuJudicialAnnexNassau ParcelNo.104 Beihg More Particularly RHODA GOODWN, DEPUTY DIVISION
32034 .NASSAU (OUNTY FLORIDA Organization and Operation, County Courthouse, 76347 Fee Sirple Described As Follows: CLERK CASE NO.10000522CAAXY)C
UIUAN REYES A/K/A LILLIAN INVITATIONTOBID(ITB)', attempting to file a petition Veterans Way, Yulee Florida A Part Of Lot 3, Block 1. Lots 2 Commence At The North- 'If you are d personwitha HOUSEHOL FINANCE CORIE REYES, 32139 GRAND PARKE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN byfacs3mlle(fax)isprolblted 32097, in accbrdance with &3,Block2,Lots &2,Block3; westerly Cornr Of Section 4 disability who needs any IlL 4 SBOULEVARD. FERNANDINA that the Board of County and shall not constitute filing. Chapter 45 Florida Statutes,. And ,A Part Of Still Meadows Township 2 North, Range, 27 accommodation inp order to Plaintiff,
BEACH, FL 32034 Commissioners of Nassau The rlghttoan adIr sitratIve relative' to, the .following Avenue (A 60.00 Foot Right of East, Nassau County, Florida pcartidpate In this proceeding, VS.
SUNKNOWN TENANT IN POS- Cqur ty, Florda invites sealed hearing and the relevantpro- described property as setforh Way, Closed Per Offigla. Thene. North 88 degrees you are entitled atno costto EDWARD A NIXON,
SESSION 1 32139 GRAND bids fr cedures to be followed are ln'the Final Judgmentto wit: Records Book 788, Page 495,' '47'16" East, 'Along The you, to the provisionofcertaln Defendant(s).
PARKE BOULEVARD, IRNAND- 14TH STREET ATLSADLER governed b Chapter 120, LOT 461'O1N;RTHHAMP- Of T~e Ptblic Records Of Northerly Une Of Said Seotion assistance.Please ontlt the NOTICE OF:
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SESSION 2, 3213 GRAND PROJECT Code, and.Rule 40-1:1007 "RECORDED'IN PAT BOOK 7, Foot Right Of byC6od r State Road No. 200 (AIAr'Ptr Dbeforeyodf b OedpraO urt sumtdt 6'h.d'Jud"n.
PARkE BOULEVARD, FERNAND 03 I' Florda Administr ative d. PAG 6 THROUGH 23 O~ THE Official Records Book -7.88, Florida Deparfet Of, appearance, or im lately Foreclsuredated NYbm
INABEACH,.FL32034' PROJECT SUMMARY: Because -he admlnitfatlve PUBUC RECORDS OF NASSAU* -Page 495 Of The Public Transportation Right Of Way upon reeIvirg this notifica- 25, 2013, and entered '
SLAST KNOWN ADDRESSSTAT- This project consists of ig- hearing process s designed COUNTYI ,FLORIDA. RecordsOfSadd Cohty) Lying Map Section 74060, F. No; flon if thetlme before the .1000522CAAXYX of, the ED CURRENT -RESIDENCE nailzaflton improvements (side- to formulate final agency Commonly klo/b, as: 461 In C.ASuowballsSubdivIsion, 2107123; Thence South 60 1 scheduled appearanceisless Ciruit Court of the]FourlUNKNOWN walk and curb ramp con- action, the filing of apetition North Hamptoni.Clul Way. As Recorded in Plat. Book 1, degrees 35'58" West, than7 days; if youarehearing Judicial Circuit in and fof
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED struction, slgnizaioh, meanstheDistrict's falnd a t lon Femnandia Bedch, FL32034 Page )5OfThe Public Recrds Departing Saqld Section Une, voice iJnpaired all 71 1. Nassau Couny, Florida, where
that an action to foreclose pavementrnarldng, necessary rmaybedifferentfrormthepds- Any person claiming-an Of Said Nassau Coumnty Florida, Along Said Centerlne Of 4t 12-18-25-2013& .1-14-2014 inHOUSEHOLD FINANCE COR Mortgage covering the fol- ADA Improvements) f6r the 'tlion taken by it in this notice. Interest In the surplus rom the Also Being A Part OfSecti on 4 Survey Of State.Road No. 200 201T III, is thte Plaintiff and EpWARC, Iwivgred and persdpropM 14th Street &'Sadler Road FclKre t6o file petition foran sale, If any other than the And A Part Of The Heirs Of E. (AlA1 A Distance Of 17.23 ------ A NIXON; PATSEY E. NIXON ertydescilbed as follows, to- Intersection administrative.hearing witNhin propertyone~ofthedate Waterman Mil.,Grant Section fToA Point On A Curve,' NOTICE'QOF APPLICATION EULISE PHIUPS,' UNKNOWN TEN
wit ., For detalledInformation the requisite tirie framershall of the Us Pendesmust'file a 44, Township 2 North Range Concave Northwesterly .' FOR TAX DEED ANT(S)are the Defendan(sy.
LOT 53 FLORA PARKE UNIT regarding the bd due date constitute a walver oftheright claimwithiln60daysatterthe 27 East, Sac)J. NassauCou iy, aving Radius Of 5,705.58 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN JohnCrawford astheClerk -C STHREE ACCORDING TO THE and bid requer6ments for this to an administrative hearing. sale. Florida, Being More Paticularly 'Feet'A Chord'BearlngAnd That US BANK C/F FL DUNDEE the Circuit Courtwillsellto.thp,
PLATTHEREOlAS RECQRDED TB, please-visit the Nassqu (RUle 28-106.111, EAC.). AMERICANS WITH DISABIU, DescribedAsFollows: DistanceOfSouth 6tdegrees UEN .highest andbestbldder fo
IN PLAT.BOOK 6, PAGES'40Z2, County's website at f.youwishto'do so,please TIES ACT. If you are a person Commence At The 40'28" West 214,09 Feet; The holderofthelolowing cer- cash, Front Entrance, Nassac 403; 404 405,406 AND 407, OF hfitp:// visit.hltp:// withini a disability who needs Northeasterdy Corne>,0 The Thence Southwesterly Along tificate(s)has filedsad certifi- Judicil Annex 76347Veteran's STHE PUBULIC RECORDSOFNAS- r or cohtacf the Contract rnoticeofrights/ to read the any accommqdatlionlI order Heirs Of E. Waterman Mill Sad Centerlne Of Survey Of cate(s)forthetaxkdeedtobe Way Yulee, FL 32097 at 11:30 'SAU COUNT;FLORIDA ManagemenfDepirtment at -complete Notice of Rights to to participate In this pro- G ant Section A4 Township.2. Sto teRoad No.200 (AIA),And issued thereon.The certificate AM onJanucry 8,2013,thefolhas been'flred against you" 904-491-7377. ,ld information deterrrmlneany legal rights ybu ceeding, you re entitled at North, Range 27East,.Nassau Along The Arc Of Said Curve, number(s) and year of lowingg described property a.
and you re tequlredto a Is als o available .at may have concerning the no cost to you, to the provi- County, Florlda; TiencSouth Through A Central Angle Of issuance, the' description of set forth in sald Find
copy of your .wrlften deens- http:;//www.demanistdr.coni. District's intended decision(s) slon of, certain assistaice. 44 degrees 24'05"VWest, Along 02 degrees 09' 0. An Arc property, and name(s) in Judgment, to wit:
es, If any, to it.on Nlch 1 sJ. ATTEST- on jh permit applicationss). Please contact the ADA TheSoutheasterViUne Of Said Length Of 21410 Feet To A which it Is assessed are as fol- ,TRACTSEVEN (7), BLOCK NINE
Youtz, McCalla .Raymer, LLC JOHN A CRAWFORD l described bove.Youcandalso Coqrdlinptor for the c cult' Section 44, A Distnce Of Point OffTangency; Thence lows: (9),YULEE WOODS SECTION IL'
225 E. Robinson,S. Sutte'660, EX-OFFICIOCLERK request the Notice of Rights court system at c firitrp 510.37 Feet To The Centerline6 South 62degrees 44'58"West, File Number: ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
Orland, FL 3201 and file the DANIEL B. LEEPER by cdntpcting the Bureau @cojnet or (90 630-2564 at Of Survey Of State Rpad No. Along Said Centerlihe.. Of 2013-050-TD THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
oigiricl with the Cl-erk of .the CHAIR ChiefBureau of Regulatory. least '7 days before your' 200 (AlA) Per, Florida Survey Of State Road No.200 Certificale Number: PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 239AND
above- styled Court on or BOARD OFCOUNTY Support (RS), 4049 Reid t., "schdeded court appearance, DepartmentOfTransportation (AA)ADist ce0138.50Fiet, 388 .. 240, OFTHE PUBUIC RECORD
before 30 days from the first COMMISSIONERS Palatka, FL 32177-2529, tele. or Immediafely upon rece i- Right Of Way. Map Section Thehce North, 27., degrees Parcel Number: OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA:
Publication, otherwise a NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA no.(38 6)329-4570. ingithis notification if the tiim 74060, F.RNo.'2107123 Thence 165'02" West, PDepprting Said 33-IN-24-2051-000A-0000 TOGETHER WITH THAT CER2
Judgment may be entered it 12-18-2013 If 12-18-2013 before the scheduled appear- North 62 degrees 44'58" East, CenidilneOf SurveyOfState Year of Issuace: TAIN 1992 FLEE DOUBLEWD*
agast you 'for the relief 202 2004 ance islessthan7 days; ifyou Departing' Sald Section Une, RoadNo.200(AA),ADistance 2011. MOBILE HOME ID.
:demanded in th~ t ait. -------- ---------- are hearing or voice Impaired Along Said centerline Of Of:54.00 Feet To The Northely Descrption of Property: GAFLN3W.o571 HS AND ID
WITNESS myhland 4eil IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE call 711. Survey Of State Road No.200 Existing Right Of Way Und Of TRACT"A'PT OR 1462/1041 EX GAFLN35A05571HS AND TITLE
4"f'd O itonthe'6day of FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT Dated atFERNANDINA (AIA), A Disfadnce Of 30.64 Said State Road No. 200 (AA) R/W-CASE #03-319-CA, THE #'S 63016800 AND 63016801.
-December, 2013. IN AND fOR NASSAU IN AND FOR' NASSAU BEACH, Florida this 12 day of Feet Thence Ncirth 27 degrees (A Variable Width Right Of PINES #2 PB 5/128-129 Any person clairrming an interJohn A. Crawford COUNTY,.FLORIDA CQUNW,,FLORIDA December,2013 15'02" West, Departing Said Way);. hence : North' 27 Assessed To estinthesurplusfromthesdle,
CLRKOFTHECIRCUIT COURT CASE NO. GENERAL JURISDICTION. /s/Tracy Poore Centerlinef Survey OfState degrees 00'02" West,. TOM FORD BUILDERS LLC if any other than the property
As Clerk of te Court . ,0.12-CA-000664 DIVISION. JohnA.Crawford Road No: 200 (AlA) A Departing Sid Northerly All ofihe above property Is owner as of the dateof the its
BY:/s/ Megan Sawyer WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. CASE NO.2013-CA-000228 cLERKOF THE CIRCUIT Distarce Of 55.83 FeetTd The ExIsting Right Of Way Une Of located ir Nassau County in peu'idens mustile a dcm wthDeputy Clerk PFlaihtff,. HSBC MORTGAGE SERVICES COURT ,. Northerly Existng.Right Of Way State Road No. 200 (AlA), A the State of Florida. In 60 days after the sale.
2t,12-1 8-252013 v. INC., Nasspu COUNTY FLORIDA Uie Of Said State Road No. Distance Of 10.59 Feet To A 'Unless such certificate(s) shall Dated this 25 day of
1999 TINALIOD; EAL Plaintiff 2112-18-25-2013 200 (A1A)(A Variable Width Point On A Curve, Concave be redeemed according to November'2013.
Defendants. vs. 2008 Right Of Way), And The Point Northwbesterly, Having Radius Law, the property described John Crawford
IN THE CIRCUIT CORT OF THE NOICE.OF SALE KENNETH BAXTER ------ ....Of Beginning; Thence North Of 9,940.75 Feet, A Chord "in sucle cetificate or certifi- As Clerk of the Court
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Nol ice ls hereby given that, Defendant(s)., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF'THE 13 degrees 39'18" West, Bearing And Distance Of cates will be sold to the By./s/ Amanda Stearn
IN AND FOR NASSU' pursuantfothe SummnryFinal NOTICEOF FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Departing SaId "Northerly South 62 degrees 36'00West, Highest Bidder at the MAIN As Deputy Clerk
GENERALURISDICION entered on November 01. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN COUNTY. FL RIDA State Road No. 200 (AlA),.A Southwesterly Along The Arc' COU'TY JUDICIAL ANNEX, If you cre a person with a
DIVSION, ', 2013 -and the Order pUrsuantto a FinaJudgment GENERAL JURISDICTION Distance Of 8.92 Feet Thence Of Said Curve, Through A 76471VETERANS WAY, YULEE, disability who needs arty
ASE ,NO. Foreclosure Sde of Foreclosure dated DIVISION. North 62 degrees 44 58" East,. Central Angle Of 00 degrees FL onthe21stday of January accommodation in order to
45-2018CA 00225-A enteredon December6,2013 December 5,' 2013, and CASE NO. 10000S22CAAXYX. .ADistanceOf459.05FeetToA 11'16",AnArcLength.OF32.56 2014, between the hours of paticipateinthisproceedng,
CIMORTGAGE INC.SUC- In thIs cause, in the Circuit entered in 2013-CA-000228 of HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORP Point On A Curve, Concave 'Feet To A Point On A Curve .11:00'a.rnt and 2:00 p.m. The you are entitled, atno cost to
CESSORS BY MERGER TO ABN Court of. Nassau County, the Circuit Curt of the Fourth II, Northwesterly Having A Radlus Concave Northwesterly, Clerkof Court'sOlice Policy is you, tothe provisionof cert'
AMRO MORTGAGEGROUP FlorIda fhe clerk shall sell the Judicial Circuit in and for Plaintiff, Of 9,940.75 Feet A Chord Having A Radius'Of 9,940.75 'o hold the sale at 11:30a.m assistance.Please contacttie
INC., 'property situated in Nassau Nassau County. Roridawhere- VS.' BearingAndDIstanceOfNorth Feet, A Chordl Bearirig And JOHN A CRAWFORD ADACoordindtdrat(904)54plainft; County, Rorida, described as in HSBC MORTGAGESERVICES EDWARD A. NIXOT, 62,degrees 37'40" East, 42.23 Distance OfSotlth 62degrees NASSAU COUNTY 4600 press 0, at least 7 das
vs. LOT1 OFISLAND BLJFFSUB- INC., Is'the Pdlntft nd KEN- Defendant(s). Feet; Thence Northeasterly, 43'18"West 9.67 FeetAndThe CLERK OF COURT before your scheduled court
"PHMMATHEB6UNIENG DIVISIONACCORDINGTOTHE NETHBAXTER; UNKNOWNTEN- AMENDED NOTICE OF Along The Arc'Of Sgd'Curve, PoInt 'Of BegInning: Thence BY/s Rh bda Goodwin appearance,.or immediately.
AND CORA, PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED ANT(S) are the Defendant(s); FORECLOSURE SALE Through A Central Angle Of Southwesterly, Along The Arc RHODA GOODWIN, upon receMng this notificeDefendant(s). IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE(S) 92, John Crawford asthe Clerkof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 00 degrees 14'36", An Arc Of Said Curve, Through A DEPUTY CLERK tion if the time' before the
NOTICE OF OF THE PUBUC RECORDS OF the Circuit Court willsellto the pursuant to a Firial Judgment Length Of 42.23 Feet; Thence Central Angle Of 00 degrees If you are a person with a scheduled appearance isless
FORECLOSURESALE NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA highest and best bidder for of Foreclosure dated South 27 degrees 00'O2 East, 03'21T", An Arc Length Of 9.67 disability who needs any than7days ifyou.areheering
NOTICE IS'HEREBYGIVEN alka 1696 BLUE HERON clsh,, Front Entrance, Nassau November 25, 2013, and A Distance.Of .10.59 Feet To FeetTo A Point Of Tangency; accommodation in.orderto orvoiceimpaired, cali711. .
prsuanttoaFinajudgrnerit IN., FERNANDINABEACH, FL Judicid Arnex 76347 Veteran's enteredin 10000522CAAXYX The Said Northerly Existing Thence South 62*44'58"West, partcipateirithisproceedlrg; 2112-11-18-2013
of F dated' 32034-4791 Way, Yulee, FL 32097, at 11:30 of the Circuit Court of the Right Of Way. Une Of State A Distcnce Of 80.27,Feet you are entitled, a,no cost to 1979
and enbre1Hn 45 2010-CA- atpublic sale, to the high- AM on January 15, 2014 the Fourth Judicial Clrduit in and Road No. 200 (AlA); Thence Thence North 27 degrees you,totheprovsionecertain000225-A ofathe Circuit Court est and best bidderfor cash,. following described property, for Nassau County, Rorida, South62degrees44"58"West 15'02" West, A Distance Of' assistance.Pleasecontact'the Legal Notice':
of the F.rthJudilial Cirit attheNassauCciuntyJudicli as set forth in soid Final wherein HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Along Last Said Northerly 25.00 Feet; Thenc North 62 ADA Coordinatorat(904)548- We will sell or otherwise dipIn and 'for Nassau Couny, Annex, 76347 Veterans Way, Judgment, to wit: CORP Ill, is the Pairntiff and Existing Right Of Way Une, A degrees 44'58" East, A 4600 press 0, at least 7 days pose of the contents of th
Florida, wherein CIIl MORT- Yulee, FL 32097,. Nassau A PORTION O SECTION 37, EDWARD A. NIXON: PATSEY E. Distance Of 402.11 Feet ToA Distance Of 89.92 Feet; before your scheduled court following units co satisfy thtp GAGE, INC."SUCCESSORS BY County, Rodda, dteleventhir- TOWNSHIP1 NORTH, RANGE25 NIXON: ELISE PHIUPS; Point On A Curve Concave Thende Soth 27 degrees appearance, or Immediately delinquentstoragelenplacepl MERGERTOABNAMROMORT- ty'oclock a.m., on January EAST, NASSAU COUNTY FLORI- UNKNOWN TENANT(S) re the. Northwestety, Having A Radius 18'23" East, A Distance Of upon recelvlng this notifica- in accordance withhe staly
GAGE' GROUP INC., is the 29,2014. DA. SAID PORTION BEING Defendant(s). John Crawford Of 2,832.54 'Feet, A Chord 25.00 Feet To The Point .Of tion if 'the time before the of Florida Statue 83.804.
Plaintiff and BOUNuENG Any person claiming an MORE PARTICULARLY as the Clerk of the Circuit Bearing And Distance Of Beginning. scheduled appearance is less 1054 Sharon Woods
PHOMMATHEP;CORA PHOM- interest inthe surplus fromthe DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Court will sell to the highest South 63 degrees 47'01"West, Contdlnng 2248 Square Feet, than days if you are hearing General Household GoodsMATHEP; DMG -PROPERTIES sale, if 'any other than the FOR A POINT OF REFERENCE and best bidder for cash,.Front. 101.24 Feet; Thence More Or Less. or voice impaired, call 711. 1060 Sharon woods
HOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION, propertyownerasof the date COMMENCE AT THE NORTH- Entrance, Nassau Judicial Southwesterly, Along Said Thistemporaryconstructon 4t12-18-25-2013& 1-1-8-2014 Generl Household Goods
INC; VYSTAR CREDIT UNION; of the is pendens must file a WEST CORNER OF TRACT 122, Annex 76347 Veteran's Way. Northerly Existing Right Of Way easement shcl be for a period 2012 1073 Joyce Shall
UNKNOWNTENANT(Slare the :ddm'ithln 60 days after the NASSAU VILLAGE WEST, Yulee, FL 32097, at 11:30 AM Une Of State Road No. 200 of seventy-eight (78) months --- General Household Goods
Defendant(s).John Crawford sale. ACCORDING TO PLAT onJanuary 8,2014,the follow- (AIA); And Along The Arc Of commencing on the date of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 2075CalisleConstructionirt,
as the Clerk 'of the 'ircuit Dated at Fernandina RECORDED IN THE PUBUC ing described property asset SaidCurveThroughACentral the good faith deposit. FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT General household Goode
Court will sell to the highest Beach, Florida this 10 day of RECORDSOFSAID COUNTY IN forth in said Final Judgment, Angle Of 02 degrees 02'52", Being Part Of Tax Parcel IN AND FOR NASSAU 2094 Jonathan D. Chrissly and bestbldderforcashFront December, 2013. PLAT BOOK5, PAGE 23, AND towit An Arc Length Of 101.24 Feet N's50-3N-27-0000-0021-0000 COUNTY. FLORIDA General Household Goods
Entrance, Nassau Judicial John A. Crawford RUN SOUTH 13 DEGREES 25 TRACT SEVEN (7),. BLOCK To The Point Of Beginning. & 50-3N-27-0000-0021-0030 Case No.: Sale will be conducted ot
Annex 76347 Veteran's Way Clerkof the Circuit Court MINUTES 20 SECONDS EAST NINE (9),YULEE WOODS SEC- Containing 5,215Square A petition in eminent 45-2012-CA-000669 AIA Stow-A-Way Storage,
Yulee,.FL.32097, at 11:30 AM By/s/Tracy Poore ALONG THE WESTERLY UNE OF TION IiI, ACCORDING TO THE Feet, More Or Less. domain has been filed to NATONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC .463915tate Road 200,Yue,
on January 15, 2014 the fol- Deputy Clerk. NASSAU VIU.AGE WEST AFORE- PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED Being A Part Of Tax Parcel acquire certain property inter- Plaintiff, Florida 32097 at 10:00 am of
lowing described property as 2112-18-25-2013 SAID A DISTANCE OF 460.0 FEET IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 239 No's 50-3N-27-0000-0021- ests in Nassau County, Rorida. v. December 20, 2013 Open
set forth in said Final '2003 RUN THENCE SOUTH 76 AND 240. OF THE PUBUC 0000&50-3N-27-0000-0021- Eachdefendantisrequired DANIELO'BRIENANYANDALL doorsale,cashonly.AcleaJudgment, to wit ------ DESGREES 34 MINUTES 40 SEC- RECQRDS OF NASSAU COUN- 0030 to serve written defenses to UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING ing deposit will be take.
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call office to ispet now vacant. n. 1800 sqR. Screened patio. BR/2BA DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE FOR RENT 2BR/1.5BA TH apt. $1575/mo. lyr lease. 1 month security

COMMERCIAL. One car garage. $1,395/mo. A*** **A **4** HOME on 1 acre. $900/mo. + $900 CH&A, stove, refrig., D/W, carpet. dpst re. 2815-B Ocean Drive. (904)
dep. Yulee area. Call (904)753-2155 or Service animals only. $795/mo. 828 73-2230
*5 Point Plaza, 1,200 sq.ft., $13 sq.ft. + Available now. All-inclusive pricing (904)753-2156. Nottingham Dr. Call (904)261-3035.,
$350 cam &tax. ".l
$350 cam& tax AFFORDABLE LIVING Bring your 2BR APARTMENT -2nd floor, near
Five Points Village, 1,200 sq. fL A1A/S. SONOMA DRIVE 4BR/3BA RV to live on a campground for $425/ Centre St. deck, eatn kitchen, efull
8th St. exposure Great for retaillocinWoodbridge.2,700 o. All utilities Included. Ask about bath. $610 plus utilities. Call (904)321services,or office$1200/mo.+sales tax mg.M onthly senior citizen special. (904)225-5577. 4191.
'Downtown, Historic district 1,500 +sqft sq. ft. 3-car garage. Fenced yard.BR/1BA SWMH In Blackrock area.
r2oms w ,$1,395/mo. Available now. 3Wervice animals only. WD, huge
Two 800sf Office/Retail spaces, a be privacy fenced yard. $700/mo + $700
joined for one, 1,600 sq ft spaceAA oi dep. (904)583-5969 CONDO FOR RENT 3BR/2BA, corne
next to Peacock Electric $121sq. ft + Looking for a crud for Saxc e lx R,
CAM &Tax Long Term Property 99enUBLEWIDEMOBLE Huities, upgraded, central Island
*Amelia Park Unit B small office (2 Manager? (904)225-5491. Available now. Ph. (904)556-6853.
rooms) with bath,576 sq.ft.$1050/mo With 150+ properties and over 30 + sales tax.
'839 8th St. adjacent to Huddle years of experience we are here Aeia0fficeSuitesxom

tax. Sale also considered. more information. T: 904.310.6659 N O W2BR/2BA 1s or Amella Lakes,
Am lia E A.o 'nsf@amdiaof f'cesuites corn, Deluxe split floor plan. Water, sewer,
' Ap rtm ntstrash, W/D Ind. $925/mo. + security:
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1&2 Bedroom Units

Tues, Thurs & Fri 8 am 5 pm OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,,
1105 S. 13th Street, Fernandina Beach Realtor, for special rates.

(904) 2772103 TDD 1-800-955-8771 .
This instilution is an Equal Opporlunity provider and employer
space from 100 sq. ft. to 2,000 sq., ft.:
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Awesome view of Egass eek & Fort Clinch Cottage Estate Sale Brick home 2BR/2BA Nice 3BR/2BA Ocean View hore, observa'St Park. Single. family estatelot adtjaent t6 "Close to the _Beach and Downtown, 400 lion deck, 'wet bar, central atriutm, and beachI
historic landmark Amelia Island ILighthuse. Gsrage, 1200 sq.ft. Heated/Cooled access across the street make tlIis a home for 370+/- f oin Navigable side oflEgan's Creek centering! Stucco exterior, side entry
and i on of thehighest elevations n the east garage, and opened street on south side of
coast $214,500 MLS60058 lot are other features of this home.
$850,000 MLS# 37069 $595,000 MLS#60398

inlofiton Oaks oflaige comer lot with fenced Pristine 75'.Oceanfront lot on Amelia Island. Great Ocean View Duplex, 3BR/2BA in back yard. Thereis additional pardng in the Your chance to own one of thefew remaining Upstairs & has oen concept with thekitchen,' back yard with parking jad aid giateduccess to ecanfront lets available on Amelia Island. dining, and living room all together.
rear yard. Mster bedroom has oversized walk- Buy now foreitherinvestient or to build. 2BR/IBA downstairs. Long term rental only.
in shower and a large walk-in closet. Popular north end location.

$137,500 MLS 59700 $525,000 MLS#56671 $350,000 MLS#60542

.85500 AVANT ROAD CUSTOMIZED 3BR/2BA 850688 US Hwy 17
Truly nique home build over Lofton 'rek. split bd oo Custombitin shelving, ganitecoan- Well-buik ADA aessible bba klng on a 38 acre lot At high tide you can. fish from the front o tetos. GCag is hated & 'cooled, nlted an the cmeaial Intoesive Zoning Allows.operation of ack porch. The is a a ivat bda south end of AmeliaIsland, home in Golfid aSouth most busiaeses. teisng is fr building and land ramp.:.Fisherman eis delights ras with a ctaimpianshp golf corse, oaly, a of the eqipmet and inventory may be
Cat..Fi$214,500 delight! lo ar*te etrso hshm.

$220,000 MLS#59259 $459,000 MLS#59070 $375,000 MLS#58403

RACHAEL AVENUE 75'xl00' lot $130,000 AWESOME VIEW of Egan's Creek & Ft. Clinch Stae Park, sinSCOE ADN scnrlylctdo h sad lt ogte family estate lot adjacent to historic landmark Amelia Island
theObeach LANDI lopigts isfrl loted&2 oetherln, 8lose t.Ligbthouse. 370+1- ft. on navigable Egans Creek. One of the high$95bc,00 Ldshoing, 9 is isfrlt2*1tgte,8'1. *sea elevadons on the east osart. Possible oceanview and/nt view of
$95,000 MLS#55195 downtown Femandina Beach. Tree/top/boundary survey on file
2.66 ACRE LOT in Nassauville, undeveloped and ready to build. $995,000 MLS#137069
Deeded Access to Rainbow Acres Boat Ramp and short, distance Oeanfrnt 75ftlot $525,000 MLS56671
from new county boat ramp. $149,000 MLS #57615. F ORID S OLDEST EE 1 LY N E WSPAPE
DESIRABLE 1 ACRE Lot on the South End of the Island,
PIRATSIROADoi P6te Wod,3 crlo comu oaau uah Hcb n
n Ity haSpo lubOse, boat aWnddock$69,00 LSt#5n2u Beautiful bees andReltate sized lot sake this a dffcult tofind prop- LAE

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lot located on Highway 17 just south of A1A. Commercial High development area in the helt of Yulee. $295,000.
Intensive Zoning allows operation of most businesses. Listing is Owner Financing Possible. Plans for an 11,000s.fC
for building and land only, some of the equipment and inventory Professional Office Building on file.
may be purchased. Owners will also consider a long term lease 64 ACRES among Amelia Island Parkway for aCt ak
for building and land. $375000 MLS#58403 Master Planned DevelopmntaS

YULEEMINI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity to grow your som e eaSy extra cash!
own self storage facility and/or add new retail/office. 570' on
U.S. 17, total 3.5 acres+/-. Warehouse on approx. 2 acres.
$1,575,000 .