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HEKNOWS IF YOU'VE BEEN BAD OR GOOD


PHOTOS BY HEATHER A PERRY NEWS-LEADER
Hannah Drake isn't too sure about Santa Claus as she and sister Haley have their picture made with Jolly St. Nick in front of the old train
depot in downtown Fernandina Beach on Saturday, top left. Jackson and Jadyn Barniak, on-the other hand, seem perfectly content, top
right. Above left, Josh Schreiber gives Santa a high-five during the picture session that raised funds for Shiny Badges, Inc. Above right,
Brittany Stockton introduces her little boy Carter to Santa at the fundraiser.




Shooting is safe and fu
ho t ...


.EEATHERA. PERRY
Neu's Leader'
"Organized shooting is a great-
sport. one that you can enjoyfor years
if you learn to respect the gun and
your fellow shooters." said Clyde
Goodbread. owner of Amelia Shotgun
Sports
Goodbread's family has been in
itle timber business for many years,
but one parcel of their land wouldn't
support pine trees The family talked
it over and decided to oprn a shooting
, range and paintball field. Goodbread
and his nephew Robert Keeling
leased the land from the family cor-
poration, setting up GTF Paintball
and Amelia Shotgun Sports.
"We opened in July 2007 with a
provisional clubhouse and sporting
clay range only," said Goodbread:
"This was followed by the erection of
our tblubhuse, skeet and trap ranges
in the fall of 2007 and we have con-
tinued to improve our facilities since
then.",.
Thejocation just off Goodbread
Road in Yulee is convenient-for shoot-


'We welcome everyone to come out
and try the sport. It is a very safe sport
*and we stress individual safety in all
aspects ofshooting.'


E GOODBREAD, OWNER
LIA SHOTGUN SPORTS

the sport.
"As a woman. ,1-think it's empow-
ering when you hit that bird," said
Linton, referring to the clay target hit
with her 20-gauge Beretta,
"It's a lot more fun than cards!"
she added.
The club supports three sporting
clay ranges, two skeet fields, a trap
field, two five stands and two FITASC
courses -- or "Federation
International de Tri Aux Armes
Sportives de Chasse," European.
sporting clays. It is the only club in
.Nassau or Duval County to offer all
these courses, says Goodbread.
The clubhouse features welcome
area and a small store for purchas-


ers in Amelia Island. Jacksonville and
Georgia, and its proximity to 1-95
brings in visiting shooters on their
way to South Florida or returning to.
points north.
Goodbread is very glad to have
world-class shooter, course designer
and instructor John Woolley as gen-,
eral manager and resident instruc-
tor.
"Having John here has helped us
greatly. We pride ourselves on making
shooters and guests comfortable here
and helping them have a good time."
Karol Linton very much enjoyed
her shooting lessons with Woolley.
"He's a: fantastic teacher," said
Unton, who gets a big charge out of


ing shotguns or various shooting
necessities. Resident mascot Ben
greets visitors with.a wagging tail and
wide doggie smile. I
Amelia Shotgun Sport, is active
in the community, supporting the
Nassau County Sheriff's Foundation
annual "I Shot With the Sheriff tour-
nament and Nassau County Fire
Rescue's annual Patriot's Day shoot
supporting the Boys and Girls Club.
Prizes are also contributed to other
organizations and charitable endeav-
ors. .
Amelia Shotgun Sports is closed
eyery Monday and Tuesday for gen-
eral maintenance, but may hold spe-
cial events and teaching clinics on
these days by appointment only.
"We are friendly for children and
ladies and have special courses set
up for beginner shooters to develop
on," said Goodbread. "We welcome
everyone to come out and try the
sport It is a very safe sport and we
stress individual safety in all aspects
of shooting."
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GARRETT PELICAN
News Leader
While, Nassau County has threat-
ened to sue a contractor over an air
conditioning unit at the Emergency
Operations Center, the contractor said
it was surprised by the county's letter
and suggested mediation to resolve
the parties' continuing disputes
in a letter to County Attorney David
Hallman dated'Dec. 14, Mandese
White Construction. Inc principal Joey
Mandepe insisted his firm was not
responsible for the unit and proposed
.design change.
"Mr. Hallman. we are reasonable
and accept responsibility when it is
ours," he wrote "This design change
is not our responsibility. I'm sure a .
meeting between the parties can
resolve this issue as it has done in the
past. I'd prefer not to waste any more
time or money. Let's meet and get this
issued resolved to the county's satis-
faction."
'Hallman said the purpose of his
letter was to inform the contractor of
the county's intentions to modify the
system.
"We'r.e a long way. at this point.
from .actually filing arbitration," he
said..
Mandese claimed the county never
supplied his firm with any written
notice beyond warranty requests.
and the Dec. 8 letter of a problem
with the 10-ton unit serving the EOC's
EOC ContliHuedon 3A



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silent on

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allegations

GARRETT PELICAN
,News-Leader
Nassau County Sheriff Tommy
Seagraves doesn't want to talk any-
more about Brandon Smith, his for-
mer deputy turned FBI informant, or
the federal bureau's continuing probe
into his office.
Following a tWo-partFlorida Times-
Union series outlining accusations of
corruption, civil rights abuses and theft
against the sheriff's office, Seagraves
said he would refrain from further com-
ments concerning the FBI's ongoing
investigation into the alleged miscon-
duct, according to a press release.
The sheriff "will not comment
beyond what has already.been report-
ed about the ongoing FBI'investiga-
tion or allegations made by Brandon
Smith," the release said. "As previous-
ly advised, Sheriff Tommy Seagraves
and the sheriff's office has fully coop-
erated and will continue to fully coop-
erate with any lawful investigation by
any investigative agency."
The Times-Union reported Sunday
and Monday that Smith, 31, alleged
Seagraves obstructed justice by fet-
tering investigations of civil rights vio-
lations by Sgt. William "Monty"
Wettstein, Jr., a friend of the sheriffs.
Chief among his complaints, Smith told
the Times-Union ,that Wettstein
attacked two handcuffed drug suspects


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WEDNESDAY, December 21.2011 NEWS News-Leader


JOY to the Children
'Joy to the Children hosts
an annual Christmas Day cele-
bration for sotmeof Nassau
County's children and their
families. To give of your time
or money, email info@joyto
thechildren.org or visit ww
w.joytothechildren.org. Like
the Facebook page at www.
facebook.com/joytothechil-
drennassau. Volunteer events
include food pickup and trans-
port the afternoon of Dec. 24.
On Dec. 25, kitchen prep
starts at 9:30 a.m., with the .
event from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., and
cleanup starting at3 pIn.m.
Homeless help
-The Community OutReach.
Committee is collecting items


NEWS
LEADER


OBITUARIES


David Wayne Craig.
David Wayne Craig, 39, of Yulee, FL, passed
away at his residence in Yulee on December 15,
2011.
David was born with Cystic Fibrosis and suf-
fered from its effects throughout his life; how-
ever, in July 2006 he received a double lung
transplant in Gainesville, FL and for a period of
tiihe lived and breathed a full new life.
David loved Mustang cars,
his dog Ginger and he loved
his Mama most of all.
Left to mourn is his wife,
Kristy Lynn Craig; his moth-
er, Dorothy (LemueDl) Cooner;
his father, Jerry ('Phyllis) Craig
of Concord, NC; a'grandmoth-
er, Eunice Craig of Mt.
Pleasant,NC; grandfather, Gary Lane in upstate
NY; brother, Joey (Robin) Cooner of Yulee, FL;
sister, Shirley (Tony) Taylor of Sweet Water, TN;
sister, Brandy Eudy of Concord, NC; sister,
Rebecca (Gfeg) Wright of Concord, NC, as well,
-as nieces and nephews, Abbie, Tripp, Trevor,.
Bella and T-
A visitation was held at i 1 AM, Saturday,
December 17,2011 at First United Pentecostal
Church in Kingsland, GA. A service began at 12
nood with the Rev. Neal Blizzard officiating.
He will be laid to rest in North Carolina at a
future date.
Jerry and Dorothy, David's Mama and Daddy
was there when David took his first breath and
with him when he took his last breath.
Arrangements by Eternity Funeral Hore,
Nassau, 96092 Victoria's Place, Yulee, FL 32097
(904) 261-2700.
Eterniiy Funeral Home of Nassau

JoAnn Stevens Hoyt
Mrs. JoAnn Stevens Hoyt, age 77, of Yulee,
passed away on Monday morning, December
19,2011 at Lanier Manor in Jacksonville.
. Born in Alderson, West
Virginia, she was the daugh-
ter of the late Leo. and Vena.
Williams Stevens. She gradu-
ated from Jefferson High
School, Jefferson, OH where
she spent many years. Mrs.
Hoyt lived for a number of
years in Conneaut, OH before
coming to North Florida in search of a warmer
.- ,


climate in 1986. After settling in Fernandina
Beach, she worked as a Finance. Clerk for the
Nassau County Clerk of Courts before retiring
in 2001.
She was an avid reader of books and a fanat-
ic about working jigsaw puzzles.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in
death by her husband, Harold Louis Hoyt, of
Conneaut, OH who passed away in 1978.
Mrs. Hoyt leaves behind, her children, Karen
Hoyt, Yulee, FL, Matthew Hoyt, Yulee, FL,
Douglas Hoyt (Brenda), Owensboro, KY, Beth
Hoyt, Yulee, FL, Michael Hoyt (Shay), Yulee,
FL, a sister, Novella Elderkin, Melbourne, FL,
grandchildren, Jeremy Mulligan, Owensboro,
KY, Lesley Hoyt, Owensboro, KY, Cierra Crews
(Erick), Harry Green, Amy Green, Seth Green,
all ;of Yulee and a .great-grandson, Jarrek
Mulligan, FL of Owensboro, Ky.
Funeral services will be at 11:00 am':on
Thursday, from the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-
Heard-Funeral Home.
Mrs. Hoyt will be laid to rest in Hughes
Cemetery, Yulee, FL.
Friends may call on Thursday, from 10:00 am
Until the hour of service, at the funeral home.
Please, share hier life story at www.oxley-
.heard.com.'
SOxley-HeardFuneralDirectors

James C.Webb
James C. "Jim" Webb, 62, pissed away
Saturday, December 17, 2011. He was born
August 5,1949 in Jacksonville, FL and moved to
Fernandina Beach in the early 1970'..
He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and was a
member of North Main Street Baptist Church in
Jacksonville. Jim enjoyed collecting Western
Memorabilia and model trains. He also enjoyed
camping ; ..
He is survived by his wife,'Diane Webb, of
Fernandina Beach, FL; a step son, George,
"Donnie" Smiith, also of Fernandina Beach; a
brother, Herbert Webb ofJacksonville, FL, one
niece, Diane Webb; and four nephews, Curt,
Scott, Ronald and Donald Webb..
There will be a graveside memorial service at
11:00 a.m. Friday, December 23, at Brewton
Cemetery in Hagan, GA with the Rev. 'Tom
Edwards officiating.'
SFor more information and to sign Jim's online
register book, please visit the Green Pine Website
at www.greenpinefuneral.om.
Green Pine Funeral Home


DEATH NOTICES


Sheryl "Sherry" Dech, age 36, of Yulee
died' on Tuesday morning, Dec.' 20, 2011 at
Baptist Medical Center Nassau.' '
Funeral services will be held atthe Journey
Church in Fernandina Beach.
S Oxey Heard FuneralDirectors
Mr. Donald L. Marshall, age 87, of
FernandinaBeach died on Monday, Dec. 19,2011.
Oxley HeardFancru Directors
Mrs. Maurine McCullab, age 91. of
Fernandinia Beach died on Tuesday mornirfg,
S Dec. 20, 2011. at The Morris Center of
.Community Hospice in Jacksonville.


Funeral services will be held in the Burgess
Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Home with
Pastor Neil Helton, officiating. '. "'
Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors
-Mrs. Althea DeBord Neese, age 85,-of
Jacksonville died on Thursday morning, Dec.
15, 2011 at the McGraw Center for Caring in
Jacksonville.
:., Ox' HeardFuneral Dir.i.-r,
Miss' Elizabeth Sequeira, aee IS. o ;,
Fernandina Beach died on Monday evening, .
Dec ,19, 2011 at Shands Hospital in Gainesville
Oxley Heard Funeral Directors


for the Homeless Shelter at
the First Assembly of God
Church. located off 14th
Street. The church offers a
warm place to sleep for those
,in need when it is extremely'
cold. Needed arejpersonal
hygiene items and twin bed-'
ding. Drop off donations-at
910 South 14th St., or the
committee can bring a bin by
your office.
Toys forTots
New, unwrapped toys for
the TQys for Tots program for
needy Nassau County chil-
dren may be dropped off at
American Legion Post 54, 626
S. Third St., seven days a
week, 10a.m.-9 p.m. Contact ,.
Marge Brewer at 4154893. No
stuffed animals, please.
*' *_, '
A1A Stow-A-Way Storage
and Truck Rental is an author-
ized drop-off center for Toys
for Tots; Donate new, unwrap-
,ped toys through Dec. 23 at
463915 SR 200 in Yulee, just
west of Sonic and the car-


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Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
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NEWS DEADLINES
Community News:
Monday, 5 p.m.
Letters to the editor:
Monday, 12p.m.
Church Notes:
Monday, 5 p.m.
People and Places:
Thursday, 3p.m.

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ADVERTISING DEADLINES
WEDNESDAY NEWS-LEADER
Classified Ads: Monday, 5:00 p.m.*
Classified Display: Friday, 3 p.m.
Legal Notices: Friday, noon
Retail Advertising: Friday, 3 p.m.
FRIDAY NEWS-LEADER
Classified Ads: Wednesday, 5:00 p.m.
Classified Display: Tuesday, 5 p.m.
Retail Advertising: Tuesday, 3 p.m.
* Monday holidays will move the
Classified deadline to Friday at 5 p.m.


wash. Open Monday-Saturday,
8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Call225- '
1940.
Adopta family
The Nassau County
Volunteer Center's 22nd annu-
al Holiday "Adopt-a-Family"
program seeks donations of
gift certificates, clothing or
toys to a family (large or
small), a senior or foster child
to brighten their holiday sea-
spn. Call the Nassau'County
Volunteer Center at 261-2771,
email ncvcfbbaol.corn or visit
1303 Jasmine St, Suite 104A,
Fernandina Beach;
KittyWish Tree
The Kitty Wish Tree at
Cats Angels is filled with
Angel Wish Cards from cat
food, spay/neuters and toys to
an adoption. An Angel Wish
Card isa nice gift to donate in
someone's name. Cats Angels,,
709 S. Eighth St., is open
Monday-Saturday from 11
a.m.-5 p.m. Check out the
Christmas Shop for bargains
on cards, decorations and
gifts. ,
Secret Santa
Dayspring Village, Inc., a
'state licensed limited mental
health assisted living facility in
Boulogne serving adults with
schizophrenia and schizo-
affective disorders, has a
'Secret Santa program. Erhail
Denise Cumbus at denise@
dayspringvillage.org or call
(904) 845-7501 to learn the
Christmas wishes of a resi-
dent or to schedule a time to'
share your musical talents.


50
YEARS


25
YEARS


10
YEARS


Winter hours at Cumberland


Cumberland Island Nation-
al Seashore has announced its
winter schedule for the visitor
center, ferry operations, and
the popular Lands and
Legacies tour. The winter
schedule will remain in effect
until Feb. 28.
The ferry service to
Cumberland Island, operated
by Lang's Seafood Inc., will
continue to make two trips
from St Marys, Ga., at 9 a.m.
'and 11:45 a.m. Thursday
through Monday. Return trips
from Cumberland Island also.
occur Thursday through
Monday at 10:15 a.m. and 4:45
p.m.
From Dec. 1 through Feb.
28 there is no public ferry serv-
ice to ,the island oin Tuesday
arid Wednesday.
The Land and Legacies tour
continues to operate at full,


capacity most days.
Starting in January and
through February, the tour will
not be offered on Tuesday and
Wednesday as there is no ferry.
service to the island those
days.
As with most services to
the island, visitors are encour-
aged to make reservations up
to six months in advance for
ferry trips, camping and the
Lands and Legacies trip by call-
Sing the reservation, line
Monday through Friday, 10
a.m.-4 p.m. at (912) 882-4335
or 1-877-860-6787. "
The Cumberland Island
National Seashore Visitor
SCenter located in downtown
St. Marys, Ga., is open daily 8
a.m.-4:30 p.m.
During the holidays the vis-
itor facilities will observe the
following operating hours: Dec.


I. !. Shr. I i f 'TEi
Volunteer Ed Deely pr'epiares to deliver Meals on
Wheels for the Council on Aging of Nassau. :


Driver logs 16 years


for Meals on Wheels


.For the News-Leader

On Thanksaivine Day Ed
Deely and his wife, Barbara,
shared a meal at the home .of a
friend The Council on Aging of
Nassau thinks that is just as it
should be, as he has,been serv-
ing meals to a great number.
of the COA's Meals on Wheels
clients for over 16 years.
He has been delivering
Meals on Wheels the longest
of all the volunteers and even
brought in another volunteer,-
Tom Moody, who has only one
less year of service. These
men,and others like themuse
their own car, their own gas;
their own precious time. They
are everyday heroes one day
each week.when they deliver
Meals on Wheels as COA vol-
unteers. .
"It doesn't take a heck of a
lot of time two hours at most
it's been nice, I've enjoyed it,"
says Deely with a smile.'.
In 1994 the Deelys moved
here. from Broward County
when he retired from working
for AT&T and they found,the
'perfect house after becoming
familiar with the area through
camping at Fort Clinch. When
they saw an article in the
News-Leader asking for vol-
unteers, Deely called COA,
agreeing to be a volunteer driv-
er on a part-time basis.
Sometimes his wife would
join him on the deliveries,
bringing a little bud vase with
a bloom on holidays. Deely
says', "It .was right down my
alley. A great job. A feel-good
job. Alabor of love. Some want
to talkwhen you deliver, others
don't They are all very recep-
tive to the people who come


in and serve them a hot.mell
We check on them- we kind of
knw t heir health issues alfer
Sa While of driving, so we make
sure they are doing OK- very
simple. All are easy to get
along with and very glad to see
us as their Meals on Wheels
driver.. It's something I really
like to do."
Meals on- Wheels is more
than just lunch or dinner.
Volunteers also deliver a big
helping of caring and com-
panionship a high point in an
otherwise lonely day for many*
of the COA clients who are liv-
ing alone.
Deely says he likes to serve
these folks in honor of his
mother and father who have
passed away. "And we're not
* getting any younger .either,"
he.says with a wink. "It's just
something I like to do, serv-
ing somebodythat is older and
shut in. Helping somebody out
another human being whose.
-health is not that good. ... It.
does me as much good as the
guy receiving it."
Deely received the 2010
Elsie Harper Volunteer of the
Year Award: Volunteering with
Seniors from the city of
.Fernandina Beach/Nassau
County Volunteer Cente., pri-(
sented this past spring
Last year COA's Meals on
Wheels volunteers delivered
43,734 meals. If requested,'
they also bring a bag of dog
chow or cat food for seniors
with pets'- one home even gets
a bag of bird seed so they
don't feel obligated to share
their people food. This is a part-
nership with MealsonWheels
4pets. Drivers also deliver to
Soup Train recipients, for sen-
iors unable to be served yet
by Meals on Wheels, in part-
nership.with Barnabas and the.
Coalition for the Homeless of
Nassau.
Debbie Davis, COA nutri-
tion supervisor, says, "I can
call Ed up if I need him and he
always comes. He has deliv-
ered hot meals every day of
the week at one time or anoth-.
er. ... Really, all my drivers are
so giving they all help me out
whenever I ask."
To volunteer to be a Meals
on Wheels driver call Debbie
Davis at 261-0701, ext. 115.
Visit wkw.coanassau
.com/donate to donate or mail
checks to to COA, 1367 South
18th St., Fernandina Beach,


soloist, will sing "0 Holy
Night" accompanied by
Bonnie Ridley, organist. The
Rey. Michael Bowhay will
; preach based on the tradi-
tional Infancy Narrative of-
St. Luke. On Sunday morn-
. ing, Christmas Day, at 9
a.m., one Eucharist will be
celebrated with carols and
preaching on the Gospel-
according to St. John. All
are invited. The church is
located at 1830 Lake Park
Drive, across from the
YMCA in Amelia Park.


Jimmy Ewing of Fernandina Beach signed a
four-year football scholarship with the University
of Georgia.
December 21, 1961

Billy Hinson of Hilliard signed with the Atlanta
Falcons after he was released by the Denver
Broncos football team.
December 18, 1986

The county commission passed a resolution,
4-1, defining American Beach as eligible for a
community redevelopment area, or CRA.
December 21, 2001


HOLIDAY HELPERS


OMPAN, INC,:

277-4499'
14&Atlantic '


LOOKING BACK


24 the ferry will operate on a
normal schedule but the visitor
center will close at 1:30 p.m.;
Dec: 25 all visitor faculties are
closed, including ferry opera-
tions; Dec. 31 the ferry will
operate on a normal schedule
and the visitor center will close
at 1:30 p.m.
Celebrate the holidays by
taking home a Cumberland
Island National Seashore orna-
ment. This year's ornament
features the First African
Baptist Church and is the third
in a series highlighting historic
buildings on the island. The
other two ornaments are of
Plum Orchard and Dungeness
Mansion.
The ornaments .sell for
$15.95 and can be purchased at
the Cumberland Island
National Seashore Visitor
Center.



WEEKLY

UPDATE

Volunteer needed
The Historic Fernandina
Business Association is
looking for a volunteer to
manage its "Sounds on
Centre" program; a series of
free conmmiunity concerts
held at Second and Centre
streets from 6-1p.m the
first Friday of each month .
from March through
October. ContactTom
Hughes, association presi-
dent,. at magriasalon@bell-
south.net or 321-0404.
Utility help
; The city of Fernandina
Beach, in partnership with
The Salvation Army, has
implemented the.Love Your
Neighbor Donation Pro- *
gramto help residents pay
their utility bills. Go to
www.fbfl.us to complete the
donation program applica-
tion. You may donate I ,
monthly or give a ohe-time ,
gift of any amount.
Bobkfest
The Amelia Island Book
Festival has launched its .
new website with the 2012
festival schedule and and a
,preyiew atlthor lineup at
www ameliaislandbookfesti-
val com Tickers are on sale
for nierbei s and will be
available to the public start-
ing Jan. 1 Becomea-mem-
ber or renew your member-
ship to have first choice of
events like the Author's
Luncheon, Writei s' Work-
shops and the Festival Gala
"Once Upon A Book Island."
Tickets are also available by
phoning (904) 624-1665 or
mailing to: Amelia Island
Book Festival, P.O. Box 824,
Amelia Island, FL 32035.
Recycle center
The Nassau County
Convenience Recycle
Center will be open today
from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.,
will close Dec. 23-26 for the
Christmas holiday and
reopen Dec. 27 at 8 a.m. For
information contact the
Solid Waste Department at
548-4972 or visit www.nas-
,saucountyfl.com and click
on Departments/Solid .
Waste.
Libraries dosed
The Nassau County
PublicLibrary System will
be closed Dec. 23-26 and
Jan. 1. The book drops will
remain open.

Historic Macedonia
AM E Church, 202 S. Ninth
St.. Fernandina Beach will
have a Christmas Eve
Candlelight Service on Dec.
24 at 6 p.m.'All are welcome
*to attend. There will be light
refreshments afterwards for
a time of fellowshipping.
Christmastide

Holy Trinity Anglican
Church begins its
Christmastide services with
the singing of carols at 5
p.m. on Christmas Eve, fol-
lowed by the traditional
Holy Eucharist celebrating
the Nativity of our Lord at
5:30 p.m. Mary Aei.llo, guest


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WEDNESDAY. December 21, 2011 NEWS News-Leader


EOC Continued from 1A
server room.
He said the unit is work-
ing as it was designed and
approved, and if county staff
believes otherwise, they
need-to inform the contrac-
tor so that it can investigate
and respond accordingly.
"To simply .replace the
single 10-ton unit with two
completely different units
without the engineer of
record's knowledge or
approval is curious and irre-
sponsible," Mandese wrote.
The commission is con-
sidering an emergency pur-
chase of two 5-ton air cooled
Liebert DX split systems at a
cost of $65,000 to modify the
existing systems at the EOC.
The problems, Mandese
contended, arise from the
county's end the county
maintenance staff not liking
the system chosen and
approved by the EOC staff,
problems rooted in county
personnel changes and the .
county insisting on many
changes late in a project that
he described as "piecemeal"
and a "moving target."
Mandese said that while
the mini-splits HVAC system
in the server room has had
issues, these units were
requested, reviewed arid
approved by the county.
Records show the Nassau
County Commission
approved a change order for
$16,958 on June 18, 2009 to
install the system.
The change order was
one of many requested by
the county, said Hallman. All
told, the county processed
36- change orders totaling
$368,475, bringing project
costs from under $2 million
to nearly $2.4 million..
The county, Mandese
said, added the units. as a
means of redundant cooling,
which was pot required in
the: initial requests for pro-
* posal or the parties' contract.
He alsopointed to an out-
standing payment of $7,000
owed to his firm for a heating
issue resolved almost one
year agp a balance he
would like settled by Dec.
31.
"Changing out a working
unit.without notice or expla-
nation is highly unusual and
could beconstrued as unjust
enrichment," he wrote.
"That, coupled with the
intentional withholding of
'ithe mo(,riiy due us. rnake_ uis
q. sli;,nri t-' actions on the',
county's part."
Mandese said despite his
firm's willingness to work
Switch the county, it is unfair to
develop new design require-
ments and incorporate them
now..
"We'd be happy to assist.
the county, but will not'
accept any responsibility for-:
changes made two years
after the project was com-
pleted."
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SHOOTING
Continued from 1A
Children 12 and up may
shoot at the range, with
parental or adult supervision.
, "They have to be big
enough to hold the gun," said
Good read.
Amelia Shotgun Sports is
located at 86300 Hot Shot Trail
in Yulee. The club is open to


SEAGRAVES
Continued from 1A
in separate, displays of police'
brutality, but his'punishment
only amounted to apaid sus-
pension and a written warn-
ing. .
Smith told the Times-Union
he had been working with the
FBI since fall 2009, but started
recording conversations with
the sheriff for the bureau in
September 2010. After quitting
his job this September after 10
years, the former deputy teach-
es criminal justice courses at
Kaplan University's
Jacksonville campus. ,


members and their- guests
from 9 a.m. to dusk every
Wednes-day though Saturday,
and 11 'a.m. t7 dusk 'on
Sunday, with the exception of
Christmas Day, Easter Stunday
and Thanksgiv-ing [)y D
Phone 548-9818 or visit
aiinilas.hiIl iUrins.por (s.,on lfor
addillhnal intoimation and
detailed directions.
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FBI Special Agent 'Jeff
Westcott said the bureau is
investigating possible' civil
rights violations by the sher-
iff's office. He declined to elab-
orate
It was previously reported
that the FBI and a grand jury
were looking into business;
transactions conducted with
the local sheriff's office.
Seagraves, 50, previously
confirmed he would not seek
re-election in'2012, citing polit-
ical reasons. Seagraves said
the FBI's investigation played
."absolutely" no role n his deci-
sion to retire in January 2013.
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Jail, fine for derelict vessel


A Yulee man was sentenced
to 60 days in jail and one year of
probation as well as fined $1,965
for illegally dumping a derelict
vessel in Nassau County.
Daniel Ray Thomas, 26, Was
charged with third-degree
felony dumping in May after the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Con-
servati6n Commission received
a call from the Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office that a boat had .
been dumped in the water at
Wilson Neck Boat Ramp in
Yulee.
FWC Officer Tim Shearer
responded to the complaint and
saw the 1968 15-foot Thunder-
bird-pleasure craft.on a:mud
bank with the bow beginning
to sink. The Florida registration
was still visible.
"I wasn't able to contact the
owner to determine if the reg-
istration'had been transferred.
.However, I did have a witness
who saw the boat being .dump-
ed by the suspect," Shearer
said. "Thomas had left town,


but the fact that he set the ves-
sel adrift in the water and never
registered it in his name gave
probable cause that he intended
to abandon it.",
Shearer met with the state'
attorney and filed charges
against Thomas for illegal dum-
ping in excess of 500 pounds,
which is a third-degree felony.
. Thomas was later arrested
on the warrant and pleaded
guilty to dumping the vessel.
He was ordered to pay for the


costs of removing the boat from
the water.
"This is a prime example of
what it can cost people who
dump. vessels that they no
longer want," gaid Capt Richard
Moore qf the FWC's Boating
and Waterways Section.
"Abandoned and derelict
vessels can pose safety and nav-
igational hazards as well as
become eyesores in Florida's
beautiful waterways,"' Moore
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IN BRIEF


Newused store
The Nassau Humane
Society will soon be opening a
"gently used" store.at 312 So.
Eighth St. The store will be
called "Second Chance," and
alproceeds will benefit
homeless animals at the NHS
shelter on Airport Road.
The Humane Society is
accepting donations of cloth-
ing, household items, furni-
ture, books, etc. (io comput-
ers, or TVs). The grand
opening is planned for next
month. .
Call Penny Landregan at
277-1152 or (904) 537-6564 for
information or donation drop-
off locations. Display shelves
and bookcases for the new
store are also needed.
Rodriguez
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Former Amelia Island resi-
dent Edward M. Rodriguez,
president of the.Robins'
Regionrial Chaiber of
Commerce in Warner.Robins,
Ga., has been named presi- .
dent/CEO of the Alabama
Gulf Coast Area Chamber of
Commerce.
Rodriguez has been.with
the Robins Regional Chamber
of Commerce, the largest
, chamber in Middle Georgia,
since 2007. The chiamb& is
comprised oi over 1,000 busi- .
nesses in the counties of
-Bibb, Houston and Peach,
with most of its members
coming from Warner Robins
and Mac6on .
A Florida native, '
Rodi iguez lived on Amelia
land most of his adult life.
sei vine as CEO of the Amelia,


Island Chamber in Fernan-
dina Beach arid its former
economic development affili-
ate, the Nassau County
Committee of 100.
His chamber responsibili-
ties also included administra-
tive duties for the Amelia.
Island Tourist Development
Council, which the chamber
helped to create and which is
now administered independ-
ently. He also served as a
founding partner of a Florida-
based consulting firm that
conducted membership cam-
paigns and retreats for over
200 chambers of commerce in
14 states.
Edward Jones ranks
Edward Jones ranked No.
2 in Registered Rep. maga-
zine's annual survey of the
nation's six largest financial
services firms, according'to
Pamela Brown, financial
advisor in Fernandina Beach.
The magazine randomly
selects financial advisors
nationwide and asks them to
rank their firms in various cat-
egories.
Edward Jones' overall
score was 9.1 out of 10 possi-
ble points and two-tenths of a
point behind the highest-rank-
ing firm. Additionally, 94 per-
cent of respondents said they
believe Edward Jones is the
best firm to work for in the
financial services industry.
The overall average for all
firms in the survey was 7.6.
Edward Jones' highest
scores were 9.6 for ethics, 9.2
for clarity of client account
statements, 9.4 for client
access to online account infor-
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by adopting the foll,-" ing Ordinance:

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NOTICE IS HFREBY GIVEN that the Plaining and Zoning-
Board' of Nassau County will conduct a public hearing on:
Tuesday.. Tanuair 3, 2012 a' 7:00 PM regarding the proposed
-.rdinance. The public hearing will be held at the James S.
Page Governmental Complex, 96135 Nassau Place, Yulee,
Florida 32097. ,

All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearing
and to be heard. Copies of .
the -proposed Ordinance and supporting information are'
available for inspection in the office of the Nassau County
.Growth Management Department, 96161 Nassau Place,
Yulee, FL 32097. Comments may also be directed in writing
to the Growth Management Department, e-mailed to agrego-
ry@nassaucountyfl.com, or received by telephone at (904)
491-7328. All comments will become part of the record in this
matter and subject to Florida's public records law.

Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order
to participate in this program or activity should contact 491-
7328 at least twenty-fouri (24). hours in advance to request
such accommodation.

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF
A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY
THE BOARD, AGENCY OR COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO
ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEAR-
ING HE/SHE WILL NEED A RECORD TO ENSURE THAT AVER-
BATIM' RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH
RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON
WHICH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.

The Nassau County Planning and Zoning Board may contin-
ue hearings on this matter.
Thomas Ford, Chair .
Nassau County Planning and Zoning Board


.. ' SuBM TED
Tom Hughes, right, of Magna's Salon, acknowledges Max).
Wohlfarth's years of service as the president of the
Historic Fernandina Business Association. Hughes is '
taking over as head of the businesig Associadon as'
Wohlfarth leaves town for a new job.
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office ad mini.st ar.,:i s
Edward Jones is headquar-
tered in St. Louis. The
Edward Jones website is
located at www.edwardjones.
com, and its recruiting web-
site is www.careers.edward-
jones.com. '
Hotelier honors
The Florida Restaurant &
Lodging Association (FRLA)
announced their 2012.
Executive Committee and
industry leader award win-
ners on Dec. 6 at an annual
meeting held at the Emerald
Grande'at Harborwalk Village
in Destin. .
Executive committee "
members include Jim' '
McManemon, secretary-
treasurer, The Ritz-Carlton,
Amelia Island.
The 2012 Hotelier Hall of
Fame Award was presented to
Jack Healan, the former presi-
dentand CEO of Amelia
Island Plantation who was
also chairman of the Florida
Hotel and Motel Association
SBuaid in 1989.
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Floridal'Public UtLliies .
Comnpan ,is a wholly ow ned
subsidiary of Chesapeake
Utilities COrp. Headquartered
in West Palm Beach, FPU dis-
tributes natural gas, propane
and electric services to
approximately 100,oo00cus-
-omers in groi. ing rnai kets
throughout Floridh.
Chesapeake Utilities
Corporation. is a diversified
utility company engaged in
natural gas distribution,
transmission 'and marketing..
electric distribution, propane
gas distribution and whole-
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Following a major
makeover from the recent
elections, the complexion of
the Fernandina Beach City
Commission will inevitably
change.
Challengers Charlie
Corbett and Sarah Pelican
rode a communal wave of
anger and frustration in con-
vincingly defeating incum-*
bents Susan Steger and Eric
Childers. So the question
remains: How will :he new-
look city commission con-
duct itself in the face of divi-
sive community issues iand.a
disenfranchised citizen '
The existing commission-
er likely to become a swing
vote-is Jeffrey Bunch. In all
probability, commissioners
Tim Poynter and Arlede-,
Filk'f I will support the sta-
tus quo and controversial
under lal.kings such a the
"Forward Fernandina" proj-
ects.
In the ,iher coi ne-%r wil
b.- Coi ben and Pelican, ..
opposing ih, old mode of
operation and pushilig lfo a'
new direction (at last that is.
how they campaigned,) In
the middle, in all likelihood.
will be Bunch.
This will also be pivotal in.
dec.iions about the future of
Sthe city manager, the city
attoi ney and t-- ;ity clerk.
Corbf-ttand Pelican have
each openly ques-tioned vari-
ous decisionsby City
Manager Micha-l Czymbor
Sand City Attorney Tammi
Bach. In addition, in his cam-
paign a year ago, Bunch
reportedly spoke out against
Czymbor (this is based on
conversations with various
\city/business leaders).
When asked last week
abotit his Opinion of "
Czymbor, Bunch repeatedly
said, "No-commeht." ..
'Bach has been criticized
so, often for recent and prior
1d-4ci;-.r'nlhal \,Iu wonder
oui,:l' -Illiu- In many
'iSa";'Czj mbui and Bach
have backed each other in
most actions and decisions.
Meanwhile, the Forward
Fernandina projects (a new
library, a refurbished post
police, a waterfront park and
vari''LIous si',i-et openings) will
draw clo-sei scrudini from
Corbert and Pelican They
b.th liha'e criticized the city's
decision to boi ro\w money
during_ th_-_e difficult eco-
nL'nmic times fi,1 these trivial
projl.c s.


S Thecity
has already
voted to
4k borrow $1.8
million for
the first
phase of
the F2 proj-
ects, which
STEVE'S involves the
opening of
NMARMET Alachua
PLACE Street and.
the pur-
chase of a
Steve Nicklas new library
-"' '" ' building. At
,fast'sorle of this could be
"i ndone'with a majority vote
tromn city comririi'ioin:-i'rs..
In addition, any future F2
,'tid~'akings m'nay have to go
tl, a re)firendurmi -whereby
voters would have their say.
The decision b\ existing
. comniisNione-is &tu proceed
'ith.the multimillion-dollar
'projects without a voter ref-
* trendum was- a key elecrirn
lsb,the perceived anti-
us.ine'-s atti.tudle of cily o ffi-
cials will likely be addressed.
SMlany business owners have
'fm'plhined privately about
the city's conduct and atti-:
tude toward them and their ,
operations..They often do
not speak out publicly for
'fear of retribution from the
cif~ (according to many'
--..aeco rnts).; :
In addition, Corbett and
Pelican have opposed the
higher taxes and increased
spending endorsed' by their
predecessors. And they .
apparently want to some of the city's loopy deci-
sions (taking tie lights out
of the trees on Centre Street,
building a new boardwalk on
Main Beach, opening
Alachua Street, etc.).
There is much to be done
-and undone for ne'wco"im-
ers Coi bert and Pelican The
public hias p. -p k-n i'.ifl h it
new l'dlecl ,i '~utt*N'ti?
makeover will not be comtn-
plete without a brush wilh
the status quo, with the cur-
rent city hierarchy and vocal
special interest groups.
Sure Nicklas is a finan-
cial adtasor with a maior
l7all Stritt firm ili.' lives onO
A.melta Island His btsnus s
col, m'i s aptiear in s t'I ian l
newspapers in N.'rth Flrida.
He "-an b reached at '753-
0236
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To everyone who paIrticipated
in the recent election, and'to all
voted for me and supported
my campaign. Once again,
We The People have spoken.
Sincerely, Sarah L. Pelican

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HEATHER A. PERRY
News-Leader
The design department for
the world's largest manufactur-
er of paper bags is located at
96076 Chester Road in Yulee.
Duro Bag Manufacturing,
based in Florence, Ky., has been
in the bag business since 1953.
The company manufactures
bags of every style, color and
size.
Almost all of.the employees
in the Yulee office are survivors
of the S&G Packaging plant (for-
merly Terminal Bag), which
closed its doors in 2000. Duro
purchased S&G assets in 2002.
Environmentally conscious,
the company is proud of its
"green" bags made from recy-
cledpaper.
Yulee graphics manager
Tom VanBeek is encouraged.
that some cities are choosing
paper over plastic in their gro-
cery stores.
"The trend seems to be
going back to paper," said
VanBeek. "It's the best thing for
the environment Paper is made
out of trees, after all, and trees
are a replenishable item."
Once the graphics team
completes their design, a nega-
tive plate is made and shipped to
one of four plants where the
bags are manufactured and
printed.
"We design bags for thou-
sands of companies," said
VanBeek, including McDon-
ald's, Wendy's and many gro-
* cery stores.
To learn more about paper
bag manufacturing, the history-
of the paper bag and Duro Bag's
green initiatives and designs,
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WEDNESDAY. December 21.2011 NEWS News-Leader


More than a bell ringer


HEATHER A. PERRY
News Leader
"This is my first year as a
bell ringer and the generosi-
ty of people is overwhelm-
ing. So many people say,
Thank you for doing this'
and I'm saying, 'Thank you
for your donation,'" said Rick
Dobbs, who became a
Salvation Army bell ringer as
an extension of the work he
does'with the Sons of the
American Legidn Post 54.
"I joined to honor my
grandfather, a World War I
Marine'and my father, a
World War II Navy man who
served aboard LSTs and saw
the landing at Normandy,"
said Dobbs,
Although he did not serve.
in the armed forces, Dobbs
feels a keen obligation to
honor hot only his family
members, but all men and
women in the military.
"Anyone with a dad or
grandfather who served may
join (the Sonsof the
American Legion)1 after
they've been screened," he
said.
The S.A L helps the'.


American
Legion with
their four
Sw t pillars:
Veterans
Affairs and
Rehabilita-
tion,
Dobbs National
Security,
American-
ism and Children and Youth.
It wis these pillars that
led Post 54 to aid the
Salvation Army Hope House.
by collecting food and cloth-
ing for the families in need it
assists.
Dobbs says becoming a
bell ringer is an extension or
continuation of that effort
because.the Post sponsors
the location in front of the
island Walmart.
. Dobbs also volunteers at
the weekly bingo games held
at'Post 54 where proceeds
are donated to multiple
Nassau County charities.
"I also make.bi-monthly
deliveries to the VA Hospital
in Lake City. The S.A.L deliv-
ers toiletries, personal
hygiene items, food for the
Hospice Center Family,


Kitchen and the Client Living
Center Kitchen," said Dobbs.
"The Post now sponsors a
monthly bingo game at the
VA Hospital. It's so funny to
see this herd of wheelchairs
coming to the hall but they
really enjoy it. It's the high-
light of their month."
Dobbs encourages any-
one who has time to volun-
teer in the community and to
help veterans.
"What you receive back is
so much more than you can
imagine," he said.
Dobbs moved here from
Atlanta in 2000. His wife, "
Debbie, ig also an active vol-
unteer, working with the
Post's Women's Auxiliary.
The couple enjoys the
quiet peacefulness of Piney
Island. They have two sons.
Duane lives in Jacksonville
and Jason lives in
Blacksburg, Va. with his
fianc6 Casey and their two-
year-old son Oakes. ,
To learn more about the
Salvation Army bell ringer
program call 321-0435: To
learn more about American
Legion Post 54 call 583-4597.
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dinner at-hie Ohni Amelia Island Plantation included a nut Ier of notable Florida dig-
nitaries: ahd elected officials. Above, aspiring state senator Aaron Bean 'with Florida's
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Florida House of
Representatives
Appropriations Committee
and candidate for Senate. ,
District 17,iis scheduled from
5:30-7:30 p.in.Jan. 5 at 4477
Buccaneer Trail. The host
committee is former ,tate rep-
resentativeiMarilyh Evans-
Jones,'George Sheffield;
Shandra Riffey and laiureen
Pagel.
RSVP to Riffey at (904)
849-7346 or riffeys@com-
cast.net by Jan. 3.
The purchase of a ticket
for or a contribution to the
campaign fundraiser is a con-
tributidn to the campaign of "
Denise Grimsley.
Grimsley was first elected
to the House of Representa-
tives in 2004. She has been a
champion-on issues related to
, services'for survIvorsand
holding batterers account-
, able. Most recently, she has
held leadership positionsin
the budget process and has
been supportive of funding


for domestic violence ,ei vi% I' la, i,iil previouslyrequested
es and shelters. a ballot. they are still available
Grimsley, as chair of the upon request by calling the
House Health. Care .' elections' office, by submit-
Committee, prodded'the: ting the request in writing or
Legislature to provide approx by utiini I hI: online- request
imately $3.8 million in recur- ,'irm on-
ting general revenue to www.votenassau.com. Written
Florida's domestic violence : requests rust include the
centers to ensure there were' .voter'isdate of birth, signature '
no i:ductions in bed space, nd.Nassau County residence
services or closure of facilif ;'t address: Voters are encour-
ties: .In.2011, n,,w chair of'the. aged to confirm the mailing'
full House Appi oprilin ";' add(i ess .v.wlr-n ordering a Vote
'Committee, Grimnsley was By Mail Ballot.
able to hold firm on funding The deadline to request a
for certified'domestic vio- ballot to be mailed is
lence centers and services for Wednesday, Jan. 25.
survivors and their children. Voted ballots must be
returned to the elections
Absentee ballots office by 7 p.m. oin Election
SThle Nassadl County Day, Jan. 31. Due to the size
Supervisor of Elections office of the ballot and a redesigned
%%ill mail bill,.ts to those who mailing envelope, one first-
1 ha r(lueSts on file begin- class stamp will be required
nin' Tuie-d:1% to registered to return the ballot by mail.
Republicans who plan to vote Voted ballots may also be.
in the Jan. 31 presidential pri- hand delivered to either of the
mary election. Supervisor of Elections
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party candidates or amend- call the office at 491-7500, toll
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Leukemia survivor sets out to raise millions for medical research


By most accounts Joe Vijuk shouldn't
be here.
After four heart surgeries from 1994 to 2005'
including treatment for an aortic aneurism and a
replacement aortic valve, a routine blood test in
2006 showed Joe, 66, had a blood disorder.
"When I heard leukemia I was happy it.
wasn't going to be my fifth heart surgery," Joe
says lightheartedly.
A typical white blood cell count is between
4,000 and 10,000. At the time of his diagnosis,
Joe's was 156,000. '
Joe's oncologist prescribed Gleevec, a 'tar-i
get" drug that inhibits the abnormal proteins
that cause chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML).
In three weeks his white cell count was down to
6,000.
Joe refers to Gleevec as a "miracle drug."
Invented and patented by Dr. Brian Druker,
the drug was approved for use by the FDA in
2001 and for use in children in 2006. Gleevec
provides stable remissions for many newly di-
agnosed CML patients., "
Joe knows that research and Gleevec made
his remission possible.
Joe says people before him have contributed
to LLS making the discovery and the use of
Gleevec possible. He now firmly believes that
it is his responsibility to help generations after
him by funding more ground breaking research
with LLS.
"Hopefully" Joe says, "one day there will be
no more blood cancers."
Anne Reaven, senior manager pof Donor
Development at The Leukemia & Lymphoma
Society (LLS) says research is allowing them to
take something as- horrible as a cancer diagno-


LEUKEMIA &

LYMPHOMA

SO CIETY"
fighting blood cancers


sis and start to make it a thing of the past. She
adds drugs like Gleevec are also proving effec-
tive in treating other chronic illnesses.
LLS is a leader in making these drugs avail-
able, Of 39 new cancer drugs approved by the
FDA since 2000, 19 were approved as treat-
ments for blood cancer patients, and many of
these were advanced with LLS support, Reaven
says.
Joe, who lives on Amelia Island with his wife
Drenda, says Gleevec not only extended his life,
but preserved his quality of life..
"I've had zero chemotherapy, zero radiation.
I have a full head of hair and I really haven't
had any side effects," he says.

A team effort

It is the drive of those working and volun-
teering for LLS that also has touched Joe's
heart.
Drenda started running for Team In Train-
ing to raise money for LLS. Joe recalls a pre-
race pasta dinner before Drenda ran a half
marathon in San Francisco. As he approached
he could hear the cheering and yelling of vol-
unteers welcoming race participants, Joe was
touched. .


Orenda and Joe VijOk'support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and are inspiring others to do the same.
/ ,,


"I teared up and started to cry," he says, He
recalls saying 'I'm alive because of you. I take
Gleevec'
"Seeing this many people devoted to a good
cause for all the right reasons was inspiring,"
he says "'It wias the most moving moment of
my life I think. I decided then and there that
Drenda and I ha'dtido much, much more for
LLS."
Inspiring giving

That 'doing" has come.in the form of fund--
raising, Not only is Joe's story inspiring but his
willingness to give is as well.
Alreadi-generous givers, the Joe and Drenda
Vijuk fbldbtiofh existed before Joe's diagno-
sis. Buiitprtio&0of the foundation's money
now goes to LLS to fund blood cancer research
and provide education and patient services in
the relentless pursuit for a cure.
This year the couple is pledging a $25,000
gift. If LLS raises $250,000 the Vijuks will in-


crease their donation.to $50,000 and if LLS is
able to raise $500,'06, the Vijuks will increase
their giving to $250,000.
"We've accepted thatchallenge and will do
everything we can to achieve it," says Reaven.
Joe says he wants to raise $1 million to con-
tinue the pursuit for a cure.
Funds raised by LLS support cancer research,
education, advocacy and patient services.
Anyone interested in donating can visit
http://il.appeal.llsevent.org/lls
or mail donations to

Attn: Holiday Appeal
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society,
651 W. Washington Blvd., Suite 400
Chicago, IL 60661 A


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WEDNESDAY, December 21.2011 OPINION News-Leader


NEWS

LEADER


FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
ESTABLISHED IN 1854
The News-Leader is published with pride weekly
for the people of Nassau County by Community
Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believe
that strong newspapers build strong commUni-
ties "Newspapers get things done" Our primary
goal is to publish distinguished and profitable
community-oriented newspapers. This mission
will be accomplished through the teamwork of
professionals dedicated to the truth, integrity, qual-
ity and hard work.
Foy R. MALOY JR.. PUBLISHER
MICHAEL PARNELL. EDITOR
MIKE HANKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR
ROBERT FIEGE. PRODUCTION DIRECTOR
BOB TIME. CIRCULATION DIRECTOR.
ANGELINE MUDD.
BUSINESS OFFICE MANAGER
SIAN PERRY; ASSISTANTEDITOR
BETH JONES. SPORTS EDITOR


TOM'WOOD
, CHAIRMAN


DINK NESMITH
PRESIDENT


Coiqasunity
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A newyea

Well, we're coming to the end of a tumul-
tuous year in local politics, one that was
unprecedented in our city's history. Never
before has there been one like it, and the one
upcoming should be just as compelling. If you
enjoy political theater, get your front row tick-
ets now.
There is no need to chronicle the city com-
mission's missteps over the past 12 months; all
of us are aware, acutely, of what's happened.
It's been a philosophical tug-o-war, citizens on
one end of the rope, the commission, key staff
members and two interest groups on the
other. The elections, as they usually do, ended
the game, the citizens pulled the commission,
the staff members and the interest groups into
the mud hole.
Elections, like all contests, have winners
and losers. The winners are easy to list -
the candidates, their supporters and the peo-
ple of Fernandina Beach. The list of losers, at
least in this election, is long and somewhat
subjective. For me, though, there are three.
that stand out:
The fantasy regarding fall elections and
increased voter turnout In the first primary
the turnout was roughly 25, percent, an
increase over the last several years, true, but
not a significant increase, and given the'leveli
of voter frustration, well, I was hoping for
higher. Next year the turnout number will sky-
rocket, after all, city elections will coincide
with those for president, members of the U.S.
House of Representatives, U.S. Senate, state
representative, state Senate, county officers
and other local races. Prediction: city races,


r of political theater


along with important city
issues, will be buried by the
sheer number of candidates
and corrupted by partisan
politics. Not what the
framers of our charter had in
mind. .
Forward Fernandina,
and its little brother "musical
DEMATE chairs," was also a loser. In
our city's history has there
AND ever been a more expensive.
TACKLE proposal so little discussed,
but yet so forcefully champi-
oned and so roundly and
Ron Sapp thoroughly rejected? To para-
phrase Churchill, never have '
so many commission incumbents sacrificed so
much for so little . .
Interest group control of the political .
decision-making process was a major, major
loser, thankfully. For the last three and a half
years, since 2008, we've had a surrogate 'com-
mission, content to dothe bidding of a "shad-
ow government," a few key players some,
who see our future as Key West north, and
some responsible for and committed to the
Forward Fernandina plan. Hopefully,.this .
sorry era of:surrogate commissioners and
"shadow government" is over.
bo, what's next; what's the next act in our
local political theater? Well, I don't know about,
you, but I hope a whole bunch of things get '
put back on the table. I'm looking forward to a
real debate on individual elements of Forward
Fernandina. How do we complete the city's,


What I'm



proud of
A few weeks ago, after the general elec-
tion, a former elected official told me that I
needed to "care about our city" I was natu-
rally taken by surprise. It was inferred I did-
n't care, about our city because I saw things
differently than.them. The comment upset
,me.
Like many of the residents in our com-
munity I am here because I choose to, be
here, not because I have totbe here. I love
Fernandina Beach it
reminds me of the small
central Florida town I grew
Sup in during the. 1960's.
Yes, we have our share of
problems like every other
S- -- community in the country,
but it still is the best place
I could imagine ever living.
The comment gave me
MY VIEW pause to reflect and to
think of the many things I
.- T mam proudz bf and'thankful; '
FoyMaloy, for so here goes my list.'
Publisher 1. I'm proud of my chil-
dren although they live
in Colorado and I don't see them enough. I
know there will come a time when they're
older and will want to move back to warm
and sunny Florida.
2. I'm proud of my health particularly
asI grow older. .
3. I'm proud of my employees- who are
dedicated and committed in bringing you
the very best local newspaper we can pro-,
duce
4. I'm proud of the direction our county
commission fha taken over the last several
years- they've improved tremendously to
the benefit of residents. They get it
5 I'm proud of our Constitutional offi-
cers -who have improved their operations
andlser vices to residents. They get it.
6. I'm proud of our school system it
recently achieved the third highest gradua-
tionmrate in the state of Florida. They get it.
, 7. I'm proud of the residents of
Fernandina Beach for getting out and vot-
ing their mind in the recent runoff election
- with another 60 percent margin of victory.
They get it. Now we'll wait and see if the
remaining three city commissioners get it.
8. I'm proud of good government a "
government that listens and supports and
exists to serve the entire community. An
open and transparent government doing'
what is best for the entire community a
fiscally responsible government.-
9. And I'm very proud and thankful to
call Fernandina Beach and Nassau County
home. '
At this time of year we should all reflect
and count our blessings, we have much to
be thankful for and proud of.
. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year!
Foy MalroyJr is publisher of the News-
Leader
finmaloy@fbnewsleader.com


SERVING YOU

Nassau County Commissioners:
Danny Leeper, District 1-Fernandina Beach,
261-8029 (h), 430-3868 (cel),
email: dleeper@nassaucountyfl.com
Steve Kelley, District 2-Amelia Island,
Nassauville,0O'Neil, 277-3948 (h), 556-0241 (cell),-
email: skelley@nassaucountyfl.com
Stacy Johnson, District 3-Yulee, 583-2746
(cell), email: sjohnson@nassaucountyfl.com
Barry Holloway, District 4- Hilliard, Bryceville,
Boulogne, 879-3230 (h), 753-1072 (cell), email:
bholloway@nassaucountyfl.com
Walter J. Boatright, District 5-Callahan,
879-2564 (h), 753-0141 (cell),.
email: wboatright@nassaucountyfl.com


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VOICE OF THE PEOPLE


Once again community response -,-z : --- .. "
is required. A Ohio man is press- -s .
ing for a variance on MalLyon's old /
beach house, turning a 120-foot-lot '--- -
into two 60'foot lots (on.1544 South '
Fletcher Ave.)! ; gt
Section 4.02.01.1 clearly states i
that the minimum width of lots there YoUI
is 75 feet. He claims that the variance
will only increase the density by one
unit; that is a 50 percent increase!
Also, his effort would be violating
the Land Development Code regard-.'
.ing non-conforming lots, obscuring
the view of the ocean (thereby alter-
ing the character of the surrounding
neighborhood) and adding to com-
munity congestion." ....
The city Board of Adjustment -.
.will hold a hearing today at 5:30 p.m.
in the city commission chambers .- ...
on Ash Street. The senior planner -_
has recommended a motion to deny
this variance. Please make your
voiceheard. that, one leading candidate waYts, impression given is that money
S- 'Sylvia afid Paul Bicknell-' child labor laws-revoked so we caa., would be better invested elsewhere.
Fernandina Ieach fire the janitors and replace them Just being a senator or House
with their children because they will representative doesn't necessarily
'Christma StOnu work for less. That is just not the qualify someone for executive lead-
L7 example I want to set for my grand- ership: indeed, some of the con-
I would like to thank all of our children. Most janitors are not gressional incumbents have crimi-
wonderful theatergoers who have unionized and work for far less than nal records, and at least one has
attended andethoroughly enjoyed the average wage. Some do not have been convicted of ethics violations.
the magic of "A Christmas Story" at health insurance. They have thank- Similarly, the fict that one prays
Amelia Community Theatre. But I less jobs cleaning up after our chil- away 'or asks forgiveness for past
would particularly like to thank our dren indiscretions, while admirable, .
talented Wardrobe Mistress Dottie We play on stereotypes that the would lead to the conclusion that a
Stokes. She has worked for hours poor don't work or won't work repeat of such on a national scale
and hours on making this adorable because it makes us feel better about could lead to internal strife, or even
play come to life by sewing -the our own shortcomings '- greed, war. Saying that it won't happen
remarkable red snow suit worn by meanness and, in some cases just again is like a kid denying a parental
Randy, the fabulous and uinforget- plain bigotry. rebuke. .
table pink bunny. suit worn by I was in Publix' yesterday and It's-hard to imagine the current
Ralphie, thewoolchapson Ralphie saw another example of how far we favorite, Newt Gingrich, working
and Black Bart and the numerous have descended. There at the with John Boehner, after the con-
shirts, nightclothes, aprons, hats, checkout for all to see was one of eviction of Gingrich on ethics viola-
gloves arid more. those tabloids depicting the First tions that was lead by Boehner.
Also, as you may have read in Lady and accusing her of having an Not to be unkind, individuals
our "A Christmas Story" playbill, affair with a Secret Service agent. make mistakes in their lives; the
she is directly responsible-for, She works on children's health, longer the life, the more mistakes
obtaining our .laugh out loud service personnel family needs and accumulate. However, there are
"frageelee" leg lamp that is at the other issues and does it for free. those who do not make repeated
heart of this wonderful tale. Thank She does'not have the time or the mistakes at a nationalor executive
you, Dottie! inclination to behave badly. The first 'level. At the executive level, a mis-
Vicki Grethe, Producer family has set an example of strong take leads to dismissal; 'sometimes
A, Christmas Story family values. Christians every- to the regret of those who proposed
Amelia Island where should be standing up for the action.
them. An executive selected to run a
W onderfuln night I went home and calmed down country demands rigorous, indi-
before going back to issue my com- vidual qualities that are not later
. Earlier this month my wife and plaint The manager told me about subjectto severe regret If consid-
I enjoyed a wonderful night at the contracts and the freedom of speech ered as executive material, none of.
Omni Plantation for the families of before he agreed to put the shaded the candidates. left the impression
the Navy Seals. We understand that covers back over the tabloids. that they are qualified.
this event was put together in'eight We should all be outraged. Many Harry Toland
weeks and a fine job was done ,of our children go to the grocery Piney Island
indeed. and other establishments and see
Along with the management of this kind of garbage. This does not Fallpntr
the Omni and a group of local resi- say as much about the First Lady as
dents two names I remember are it does about us. We should all com- "I reached to the sky this morn-
Larry Byrd,*whose idea sparked plain to all outlets displaying this ing as the sun shined brightly. It
this, along with Mike Clower and trash, was a beautiful, clear, cool morning.
others who I am sure put a lot of I am glad the president's chil- There were birds flying overhead
time and energy into this to have dren are in private school where and squirrels running about I heard
such a successful event in a small other children are less likely to taunt a sound close to me, as I had only
time frame. the girls about this kind of erro- heard it in the distance before. The
This event was for all Navy Seal neous information peddled by the next thing I knew, I felt a jolt, then
families along with Seal Joshua tabloid press., another, and another. What's going


Harris, who was killed in action on
Aug. 30, 2008 in Kunar Province,
Afghanistan. This brave young man
was a hero to say the least.
The Omni along with these local
residents need to be thanked again
and again for the fine job of doing for
those families wecan never thank
and appreciate enough for their lost
ones for the service they gave to
our country and us.
Again, thank you Amelia Island
Omni and all of those local residents
who helped put this all together.
Danny and Bonnie Lawhorn
Fernandina Beach

For ourchildrens sake
I have worried about the state of
this country for some time now. This
country has never been perfect, but
we were once headed that way.
Greed is now called "being fis-
cally conservative." But worse than


Carla Voisard
Yulee


GOPdebate
If you hoped for something
informative to come from the
Republican debate on Dec. 10, you
probably came away scratching
your head. Ineffectual praise for
each other, weak political rhetoric
- nd fantasy about their humble
beginnings didn't produce enough
leadership information about the
candidates to fill a tea (party) cup.
The" Executive Branch of the
government is so named because it
is supposed to be headed by an
executive; like some of the better,
less corrupt American corporations.
Nothing from the debate gave a feel-
ing that any of the candidates could
be trusted to run a large company.
Looking at the candidates from the
standpoint of an investor, the


on? Something's hitting me, cutting
me! Help! Someone do something!
I fall over and hit the ground, shak-
ing it at the same time. Help!!
Something is dragging me away.
Where are you taking me? The birds
fly even higher, the deer run far, no.
more squirrels nearby. I feel as I've
been ra0ed of life as it was taken
from me. I will never play perch to.
that bald eagle again. I will never
see the family of hawks that I've
seen every spring for years.
"I will never see a clear blue sky
again."
. I write this as I've watched for
months the 40 acres that are being
cleared off of Amelia Concourse. I
live off Nassauville but this backs up
to my property. I feel that when a
big project is in order and that large
a property set to be cleared, that
the 'surrounding property owners
should be informed.
I feel they should have the prop-


LARRY WRIGHTrflHE DETROIT NEWS

er time to make sure their property
isd edtlydefined so no trees are cut
down and clearing is done on their
personal property. It's sad to see all
this cleared. There were so many
animals that called it home as it will
be years before trees start to grow
back again.
Stacey Tappan
Fernandina Beach

Fxitup
I read a few weeks back about
Bank of America, sticking the city
for,the cleanup of property thatlit
owns. Not surprising, considering
the mind set and attitude of the 1
percent.
Well, here's another facet of their
"I dop't give a damn" policy towards
the rest of America, and Fernandina
Beach in particular. I was riding
-down Eighth Street and glanced
over at the Bank of America, hereis
what I observed: The landscaping
facing Eighth Street is falling apart
The "retaining wall" holding every-
thing up is made of wood that
appears to be left over from the days
of Spanish occupation! There are
chunks missing, pieces with nails
sticking tip on the sidewalk and
other rotted pieces about No one in
the bank can see this? -
The situation will probably stay
status quo until someone is injured,
then they will spend more money on
lawyers to defend themselves than
' what it would cost to just fix it!
C'mon, Bank'of America, try
being a "good neighbor" for a
refreshing change!
Tony Daniels
Fernandina Beach

Tolerance for dissent
Thanks to the News-Leader for
providing robust commentary from
readers regarding the yearlong
debate over our city's future. Their
voices selectively ignored by city
leaders, and denied a logical oppor-
tunity for referendum, taxpayers
resorted to Voice of the People and
the ballot box.
It is instructive that many yearn
only for harmony of opinion and
accommodating discourse about the
important issues of our day.
However such are not necessarily
the sounds of representative gov-
ernment Often strong voices, dis-
sent and confrontation are the real
sounds. Try a New England town
meeting for example. What many
see as compromise is simply to
agree with their position. That's
what leaders of our dysfunctional
federal Congress mean by "reaching
across the aisle."
Let's all hope that our new city
commission can turn a leaf in the
New Year with a more tolerant and
responsive ear to the inputs of all our
citizens.
Tom Robertson
Fernandina Beach


portion of the waterfront? What is the future of
the library? The post office really?
And I'm hoping some worn-out things get
taken off the table, things like a public beach
access tax, and the repeated threat of expand-
ing residential rentals along the beach. At
some point decision-makers have to realize
that the debate is not about property rights,
but protecting and preserving the integrity of
residential zoning, a concept that makes us dif-
ferent from other, essentially tourist destina-
tions. Arid I'm hopeful that the McGill lawsuit
nightmare goes away no more appeals.
One of my mother's favorite TV shows was
"I Love Lucy," and in one episode I remember
Ricky saying something like this, "Luuuucy,
Luuuucy, you've got a lot of splainin' to do."
Well, on a few issues, the commission still has
a lot of "splainin'" to do: Why are we spending
$800,000 to open Alachua and Front Street?
Oh, and who benefits from that, really? Do we
really need a stormwater tax? Why hasn't
there been an agreement between the city and'
county commissions concerning the library?
Why are city budgets still really budgets for
the whole island when it comes to recreation
and public safety?
All of these things and more, much, much
more, have been the subject of non-debate,
non-discussion and inaction over the past
three and a half years. I'm looking forward \o
that changing. I'm looking to the new year and
the political theater to come. I have my seat
and the curtain is about to go up. Popcorn,
please!
Ron Sapp.is a foriner city commissioner









WEDNESDAY. December 21.2011 NEWS News-Leader


-Pecan production


PAT FOSIER-TURLEY/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER
Nancy and Danny finish shelling pecans on their backyard porch after using their
"Goodie Gitter" to' streamline the process. A grove of pecan trees in their yard pro-
vides shade and every other year an abundance of pecans.







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Nancy's Chewy Cake
Ingredients 3 eggs. 2 cups self-rising flour, 1 box (1 Ib)
brown sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 1 stick margarine, 2 cups
chopped pecans.
Directions Cream the sugar and margarine together, add
eggs add Ilour and vanilla, then add chopped pecans. Pour
mixture in oblong cake pan and bake at 325 degrees for
about 45 to 50 minutes. Cut into pieces and enjoy!


my columns I get unex-
pected follow-ups that
enhance my life. My
recent column on finding and
cracking local pecans was one
of those. I happily wrote about
the local pecan trees shed-
ding nuts on our streets that
are there for the taking. In the
following days a number of
people proudly told me that
they followed up on my hints
and nabbed some for them-
selves. Great! I'm happy to
help!
And what
goes around
comes
around, or so
they say. Not
only did I
lead some

new delicacy,
wild and free
WILD on our island
WAYS in the fall,
but I was led
to myown
Pat pecan wind-
Foster- Tuiey fall. A long-
time local
couple, Danny and Nancy,
emailed me with news oh
their own pecan grove right
on Amelia Island. They've got
15 pecan trees in their back-
yard, shedding nuts like
crazy, and over the years have
worked out different ways to
harvest, crack and clean
them. Did I want to come over
and learn how they do it? Of
course! *
So one morning by pre-
arrangement I showed up at
their house with my brown
bag of raw,-uncracked pecans
and my camera, ready to
learn something new. And
boy did I.
For one thing, it was amaz-
ing to see Danny and Nancy's
backyard. Thirty years ago
their new backyard was a
vacant field in an area of
Fernandina then known as


"Egans Meadows." They des-
perately needed shade. And
they knew that pecans make
good shade trees, with a
bonus. After researching the
matter, Danny selected a
dozen and a half pecan
seedlings of a few different
varieties and started their
backyard grove. Now, 30
years later, the liecan trees
shade the yard and every
other year the pecan nuts fall
like rain.
This year, as we have all
noticed with the pecan trees
downtown and the acorn trees
everywhere, is a "mast" year,'
when abundant nuts cover the
ground. Picking them up, for
me, is a stoop and crawl sort
of matter, moving slowing on
the ground from one pecan
cluster to the next. It's back-
breaking work, if you did it
for long. But no, Danny does-
n't break his back. What he
does is push a "Bag-a-Nut"
roller down his lawn, and the'
nuts (and also, alas, various
sticks and twigs) get drawn
into a bucket that is easily
emptied on a tarp for sorting
later.
Then there's the matter of
cracking the nuts. For me,
this has always been a labori-
ous process, involving a tradi-
tional nutcracker and lots of'
patience. An individual pecan
might take me a couple of
minutes to crack and remove
the meat. Well, you guessed it
Danny and Nancy have
found a way around this too.
Here's where their institution-
al nutcracker, designed for "
walnuts, comes in. It's
attached to Danny's work-
bench with clamps, and nuts
are poured into.it, a large
* crank is turned and out the
other end stream cracked
pecans.
But the meat and shells


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still need to be separated and
a bit of handwork is required
no matter what. But if you
have a "Goodie Gitter" like
they do, no problem! This lit-
tle hand tool does for pecans
what a little plastic deveiner
does fori shrimp. It takes
some practice though, and
luckily Danny and Nancy
were willing to train me a bit.
Before too many pecans had
passed through my hands I
got the inkling of the knack to
whittle'off bits of shell, gently,
:,* steadily, until the meat is
revealed. With the years of
practice Danny and Nancy
have, a pecan can be shelled
in seconds. For me it was a bit
longer, but still much simpler
than the old nutcracker
method and easier on the
hands too.
Then the fun part starts.
How to' use the many cracked
delicious pecans? Here's
where Nancy's expertise
comes in. Over the years she
has found that people just
love her "chewy cake," sort of
like pecan brownies without
the chocolate..The recipe that
Nancy uses is given here its
original source.is-unknown
but at this, point after all these
years I think it should be
called 'Nancy's Chewy Cake.
I left Nancy and Danny's
house that morning with far
more than a new knowledge
about pecan processing. I also
had gained a stomach full of
chewy cake, my own "Goodie
Gitter? and my bag of pecans
all cracked open for me ready
to ply my new skill on. And I
can already start imagining
the wonderful batch of my
own chewy cake yet to come.
Pat Foster-Turley is a zoolo-
gist on Amelia Island. She wel-
comes your nature questions
and observations.
patandbucko@ayahoo.com











WEDNESDAY. December 21, 2011 NEWS News-Leader


Local care for injured sailor

ANGELA DAUGHTRY
News-Leader

Due to swift coordination by
local and federal rescue and
maritime agencies, a Filipino
sailor from an international
cargo ship was delivered safely
from the Port of Fernandina to
a local hospital from an inter-
national cargo ship on Dec. -14.
The M/V Onego Bora, a
Cyprus-registered cargo ship,
made the unscheduled stop to
deliver the injured sailor to the'
closest point for medical serv-
ices.
The unscheduled emergen-
cy call to Fernandiia Beach was
made in the early'hours of Dec.
14, according to William Davis,
vice president of operations of
Amelia Maritime Services.
Davis said hewas impressed
by the quick coordination by
several agencies on very short
fiotice for an operation that
would normally take days, to.
coordinate.
"'The ship was able to divert-
to (Port of Fernandina) without
delay, the injured sailor was
removed from the vesselwithin
four minutes of arrival, and the SUBMITrED
vessel was only in port for a, Fernandina'Beach Fire Rescue vehicles meet a cargq ship early Dec. 14 at the Port of
totalof 18 minutes," Daviswrote) Fernandina to transport an injured sailor to Shando Jacksonville.Medical Center. The
in an e-mail. "The entire opera- mbtor vessel Onego Bora, a Cyprus-registered cargo ship was urder wayfrom
tionwasexecutedwith extreme,; Morehead City, N.C., to Tampa when a sailor was injured.


precision by local and federal.
authorities." ,
Davis said that on Dec: 13, a
34-year-old Filipino sailor fell 10
feet from a ladder onto a steel
deck during heavy seas and
injured his elbow, dislocating it
with a suspected 'compound
fracture while the ship was
under way from Morehead City,
N.C., to Tampa. The ship wason.
an empty-ballast trip to load
export bulk cargo, Davis said.
Jacksonville and Fernandina,
Beach were the nearest ports at
the time of:the incident, Davis
said. .
According to Davis, the
cargo ship's master coordinated
with United States Coast Guard.
Sector Jacksonville Search and
Rescue, and a USCG flight sur-
geon via VHF radio for medical
assistance.
It was determined, howev-
er, that the man's condition was
not life-threatening enough to
risk rescue. by helicopter at
night, nor were sea conditions


-conducive for safe transfer to a
boat from the nearby shore.
"It was determined the Port
'of Fernandina would be the
most efficient place for this
operation to take place," Davis
.wrote, "due to she short transit.
distance from sea and the abil-
ity to coordinate the call on
short notice."
The cargo ship's owners
contacted Amelia Maritime
around 7 p.m. on Dec. 13, Davis
said, to'arrange an emergency
port call.. to land the sailor
ashore for immediate medical
care .
According to Davis, Amelia
Maritime coordinated with the
ship's master via e-mail and satel-,
lite phone, and the USCG Sector
-Jacksonville command center
for emergency provisions tb
allow the.vessel to make an
unscheduled call to the Port of
Fernandina, .'
"Arrangemenets were made


by the ship's:agent v ith Kinder
Morgan Nassau Terminals, to
'receive the vessel alongside and,
the Cumberland Sound. Pilot
Association to meet the vessel
offshore for her pilotage into
port," Davis wrote. ,
Preliminary arrangements
were then made with Nassau
County" Sheriff Tommy
Seagraves to provide medical-
transport for the sailor upon the
*vessel's arrival to the port of
Fernandina, according'toDavis.
Fernandina Pilot Capt'Brian
Seuter boarded the cargo vessel-
offshore and assisted the ship's
'master with navigating the ves-
selinto the Port of Fernandina,
Davis said.
At nearly 4 a.m.; the cargo
ship arrived at Kinder Morgan
Nassau. Terminals, and the
injured crewman was taken by,
Fernandina Beach Fire Rescue
'to SharidsJacksonville Medical
Center. Six minnutes after the,


sailor disembarked, the Onego
Bora departed from the Portof
Fernandina and resumed the
voyage to Ta'mpa
The injured sailor, once
released fiom the hospital, will
be sent home to the Philippines
for additional treatment and
recovery, according to Davis.
'The ability to accomplish
thistaskonr such short notice is
a testament of the truly high
'quality and professional port
system," Davis wrote. "and local
emergency response we have
here in Fernandina, as well as
superior rescue and security
coordination available in North
Florida ports by USCG Sector
Jacksonville and the Depart-
ment of Homeland Security's,
Joint Maritime Advance Sche-.
duling and Targeting Team,'
which is a unique pilot DHS
joint agency security targeting
program"
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2011-CP-267
DIVISION: B ,
IN RE fHlE ESTATE OF ROBERI L
SMITH
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The amrintiastrllon of rme,
estate of ROBERT L 51.11i1H
deceased File Numrber 01i1-
CP-267 paraing ir, re Cir.
cuif Court for Nassau CoI-.r
Rorida Procale Devision irm
address of wnich i 7,'13J"
Veterans Way. YuLee FL 32.'07
the names anra adaresei .-:,i
ine personarirepreseniar'i. '
and me personal repre-nia-
live's attorney ar-e el I.:.rlh
belb'o -
All creditors of the dece-
dehntand other person's hav-
Ing clams or demands against
deceaer.l's estate c.n tr..nm a
cop/ ol this nofce is recajirea
to be served must file r ieir
clairr with t-is court WiThinl
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30.
DAYS AFIER YOU RECEIVE A
COPY OF THiS NOiICE cprj
THEM
Allother creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
agaInst decedent's estate
must file meir claims wiln lhuI
court WITHIN 3 MOniTHS AFTER
THE DATE Or THE FiRST PULBLI-
CATION OF THIS Ic'TiCE
ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME 'PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE,ANY CLAIM FILEDTWO
(2)YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date'of the first.pubil-
cation of this Notice Is'
December 21 2011
ATfoinel for Per;.:.nal
Represerrative
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Fioildo Bar No 0 15o?"',
Post Office Bo I1280
Ferrmnaina Be.acr. FL ?,320'i
Teleprnne (904) 261 1'J2
Personal Representative:
KIm SmIi Hughes.
1785 Arbor Dr.
Fernndina Beach, FL 32034
Telephone: (904)261-0585
2t 12-21-28-2011
0288
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That pursuant to a Writ of
Execution issued i the County
Court of Baker County. Florida
on the 16th ddy.of November
2011, In thecduse wherein
COUNTRY FEDERAL CREDIT
UNION, Is Plaintiff and OTIS R
AND MICHELLE LEE THOMAS Is
the. Defendant, being Case
No. 02-2004-CC-0151 In said
Court,
ON THE 1ST DAY OF DECEM-
BER, 2011
1,T.L rOMMY-SEAGRAVES,
as Sheriff of Nassau County,
Florida, have levied upon all
the right, title and interest of
the above named defendant,
OTIS R AND MICHELLE LEE
THOMAS, In'and to the follow-
Ing'described property, lying
and situated In Nassau
County, Florida, to-wit
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2002 E-Z LOADER BOAT TRAIL-
ER 1 L8RAAKC92A064213
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2006 ROAD KING
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and on the 24th day of JANU-
ARY 2012, at the FRONT DOOR
OF BUILDING 102 OF THE NAS-


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2010-CA-1042
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC,
7406 FULLERTON STREET, SUITE
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NAMED DEFENDANTS, THE
UNKNOWN'HEIRS DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CRED-
ITOIS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES
OF NORASTAINES, DECEASED
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, .AND AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANTS, MALV-
INA ASHCRAFT, IF LIVING, BUT IF
DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIEN-
ORS, AND TRUSTEES OF MALV-
INA ASHCRAFT, DECEASED
'AND ALL1 OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST' THE
NAMED DEFENDANT, THE UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF JAMES S.
BRANTLEY,
VINCENT SCOTT ASHCRAFT,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
,TO: .THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
*DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIG-
NEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS,
AND TRUSTEES OF LAWRENCE
STAINES, DECEASED AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE NAMED DEFEN-
DANTS, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIG-
NEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS,
AND TRUSTEES OF NORA
STAINES, DECEASED AND ALL
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AGAINST THE r i-.M1D DEFEN-
DANT, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF JAMES S. BRANTLEY,
S YCci.i FE I C.'TiFiED if,.i i 3
civil a:iic,r. n-.3; c :.-r.- iii .
against you In' the Circuit
Court, County pf Nassau, State
of Florida, to foreclose certain
,',: Ap,':cert, 3e:.:rie.ed.'i i":I-
EXHIBIT A'
A portion of the Southwest
one-quarter of Sectldn 27,
Township 2 North,.Range 23:
East, Nassau County, Florida,
being also a portion of the
lands described In deed'
recorded In'the Public Records
of the aforesaid County, In
. Official Records Book 713,
Page 1486, of the Public
Records of said County.
Said, portion being more
particularly, described as fol-
lows: For a point of reference,
commence at a concrete
monument located for. the
Southwest of Section 27 afore-
mentioned and run South 89
degrees 03 minutes 30 sec-
onds East along the Southerly
line of said Section, a distance
of 2,026.73 feet; thence North
03 degrees 36 minutes 14sec-
onds East a distance of 385.21
feet'to the Point of Beginning,
.From the Point of beginning
thus described continue North
03 degrees 36 minutes 14sec-
onds East a distance of 268.12
feet; thence South 86degrees
03 minutes 52 seconds' East a
distance of 165.89 feet;
thence South 03 degrees 346
minutes 14 seCondsWest a dis- -
tance of 266.72 feet; thence
continue North 86 degrees 32
minutes 49 minutes West a dis-
tance of 165.88 feet to the
Point of Beginning. The
Northerly 30.0 feet of the fore-
gone described lands Is sub-
ject to an easemenffor Ingress
and egress purposes.
The above referenced
legal description Is Incorrect
and should be described as
follows:
A portion of the Southwest
one-quarter of Section 27,
Township 2 North, Range 23
SEast, Nassau County, Rorida,
being also a portion of the
lands described In deed
recorded in the Public Records
of the' aforesaid County, In
Official Records Book 713,'
Page 1486, of the Public
Records of said County
Said portion being more
particularly described as fol-
lows: For a point of reference,
commence at a concrete
monument located for the
Southwest of Section 27 afore-
mentioned and run South 89
degrees 03 minutes 30-sec-
onds East along the Southerly
line of said Section, a distance
of 2213.0 thence South
86degrees 03 minutes 52 sec-
onds East a distance of 165.89
feet; thence South 03 degrees
36 minutes 14 seconds West a
distance of 266.72 feet;
thence continue North 86
degrees 32 minutes 49 min-
utes West a distance of 165.88
feet to the Point of Beginning.
The Northerly 30.0 feet of the
foregone described lands is
subject to an easement for
ingress and egress purposes.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CER-
TAIN 1982, 60 X 14 HARTFORD


MOBILE. HOME, SERIAL NO.
N81797.
You are required to file ,a
written response with the
Court 'and serve. a copy of
your written defenses, If any,
to It on Timothy D. Padgett.,
Plaintiff's .inorr.e, whose
address'Is 22'6 Remington
Green Circle Tallahaoree'
:I-rin: r ; i. s 31 -le., r-I.rt, i"'ylj
days from the date of first pub-
lication, or.a ri.- I .,. i riglnal
with the ci.v ,cr ii-.i court.
either before service on
-Plaintiff's atfdrneyor immr,.i- r.
ately thereafter; otherwise, a
default will be entered against
you for the rellef demanded In
the complaint.
C .,-t rn-.. '' 13 -:.f r.?. lii
John A. Crawford
CLERK OF COURT
SBy: /s/ Megan Sawyer
Deputy Clerk '
Attorney for Plaintlff:
Timothy D. Padgett. Esq
Timothy D. Padgett, RA.
2878 Remington Green Circle
Tallahassee, FL 32308
(850) 422-2520 (phone) (850)
422-2567 (fax)
2t 12-21-28-2011
0291 .
NOTICE'OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned intends
to sell the personal property
described below at public sdle
by competitive bidding on
Friday, the 6tn day of-January,.
2012 at 10:00 am on the prem-
ises where said property has
:.-,.r, : .r.-..jd and ..i-.i.:h are.
,:cai -a, i3 I riag.I,.ie. Self
Storage, 474431 East State
Road 200, Fernandina Beach,
FL 32034 Nassau County the
following;.
Jennifer Johnson, 4026, HHG,
etc
Madrlna Harris, 1055, HHG, etc
Purchases must be paid for
at the time of purchase by
cash only. A cleaning deposit
will be taken. '
Dated this 12/21/2011 and
12/28/2011.
2t 12-21-28-2011
0292
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The South Amelia Island
Shore Stabilization Association,
Inc. will hold a Boardof Trustee
Meeting on Wednesday, Janu-
ary 4, 2012 at 3:00 p.m. In the,
Egret Room, Racquet Park
OmnI Amelja Island Plantation,
Amelia Island, Florida. Persons
with disabilities requiring
accommodations In order to
participate in this program or
activity should call 904-432-
1723 at least. 24 hours In
advance, to,'request such
accommodation.
2t 12-21-28-2011
0293
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
PERSONAL PROPERTY CON-
SISTING OF MISCELLANEOUS
ITEMS WILL BE SOLi FOR CASH
AT PUBLIC SALE ON FRIDAY,
JANUARY 6, 2012 AT 10:00 AM
AT THE ADDRESS BELOW IS SAT-
ISFY OWNER'S LIEN' DUE IN
ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA
STATUES 83.801 83.809.
NAME
Furman Clark
UNIT #
58, 115, 106/107
NAME
Pam Downs
UNIT # .
79
NAME
Chad Embree
UNIT#
8
NAME
Bobby Hernandez
UNIT#


102
NAME
Joel Jefferson
UNIT# -
4 '
NAME
Barbara Renshaw .
UNIT#
62
,-ir.si -:,Si 1': if,- L .
J:J ." ,,, I- L lj
:Er1 Lr iO.'il Ea-:H L '.
32034
RO. BOX6062
FERNANDINA BEACH..FL.
32035-6062
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO
r.EFl. E r r ., Ir BJE ALL IDOS ,
-' I ;_.21-28.201 i

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN .
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2005-CA-000197-
AXXX-YX
L ILLE V- rJ r.1D1E sT & -
1- l lr.l ir '.' '
,.i :, n r }~,d .i ,-: vr L:, A , .
- l.lr.1. rS ,::'..- SLiu ,I"
.-rif it,,:,f [. i-E'2 O ,':',:E ,ier,.
jr ..:- -. it/ iHE.:'.C-:,rt: L .,rEiT .
.irr v"-CH:,.I,
BANK N.A. F/K/A/ FIRST UNION
NATIONAL BANK F/K/A FIRST
UNION NATIONAL BANK OF
NORTH CAROLINA, SUCCES-.
SOR BY MERGER'.
TO FIRST UNION NATIONAL
BANK OF FLORIDA, SUCCES-
SOR BY MERGER TO FLORIDA
NATIONAL BANK: UNKNOWN
SP,'ISE 'F .THEODORE STER-
LI j:- '. -,THEODORE LSTER-
LING; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENA ii il, 1
POSSESSION OF THE 5.,.B1.,: I
PROPERTY
Defendants, *
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Resetting
Foreclosure Sale dated the
13t day of December, 2011'
and entered In Case No. 2005-
CA-0001 97-AXXX-YX, of the
Circuit Court of. the 4TH
Judicial Circuit In 'and for
Nassau County. Florida, where-
in LASALLE BANK MIDWEST Is
the Plaintiff and SUSAN SIM-.
MONS A/K/A SUSAN A. SIM-
MONS A/K/A SUSAN A. SIM-
MONS; THEODORE STERLING
A/K/A THEODORE LSTERUNG;
WACHOVIA BANK N.A. F/K/A/
FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK
F/K/A FIRST UNION NATIONAL
BANK OF NORTH CAROLINA,
SUCCESSOR BY. MERGER TO
FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK
OF FLORIDA, SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO FLORIDA NATION-
AL BANK UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF THEODORE STERUNG A/K/A
THEODORE LSTERUNG; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANT (S) IN POSSESSION OF-
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY, are
defendants. The Clerk of this
Court shall sell,to the highest
and best bidder for cash at
the MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE
NASSAU COUNTY JUDICIAL
ANNEX. 76347 VETERANS WAY,
YULEE FL 32097, in accordance
with section 45.031, Florida
Statues, at 11:30 AM on the
20th day of January, 2012. the
following described property
as set forth In said Final
Judgment, to wit:
EXHIBIT "A"
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
TRACT NUMBER FOUR (4)
A PORTION OF SECTION
TWENTY-SIX (26), TOWNSHIP
FOUR (4) NORTH, RANGE
TWENTY-THREE (23) EAST, NAS-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. SAID
PORTION BEING MORE PAR-


1i :i.IL-iL, E['E cIiBEC'1 C A.F':.L-
L" .,A'S
F,.P A P.O.II r F REFER.
El iCE CO'.rr1iErJCE ,l4 THE
'R :h .vESi COI lER COF SEC.
i.:,..i r 'AiErjF,'.S,. (26)' .F.-DRE-
r.1Eri il.':"iE A- D Run SOUT.H
.: :' O00) DEGREES ELEV,ErN
%li1 i) .il.inTES ZERO 'OUO) SEC.
.rD.; EAST ALONG THE WEST
U LE C-F SID SECnI.'i D-,
I TIC.E OF ,01 E rHOUSArl D
4C.,I.IR AND FIFT EI'-Hi Hurl.
CECi mHS( :l.2 1 6,8FEET IC'HE
SC.i riT CF BEGirniiG-
F ,l1.1riHE FPIlri CF BEGirn-
i ir n.l HUS DESCRIBEDD C01I-
Sin iuE SO.iIH :ERO (,O0)
DE.'IGEES ELEVEN (i1) MirI-
UTE lErC. :(00) SECONDSEAST
Lt.':.I I!- THE WESTUrLE A DIS.
ralcE OF IWO HUNlrIDRED
FOUR AND FIFTYEIGHT HUN-
DREDTHS (204.58) FEET; RUN
THErr E S':i.i HEI'lHT1- ,.EI'HT
(88) C,-%,.REE,, S IFT,'.SI' ((5o)
MINUTES, TWENTY'EIGHT (28)
SECONDS EAST aDISTANCEOF,
i [ril HuriDrED rilriET,.-CrJE
,riD EI.Hr, HLirnDREDrHS
(991.80) FEETTOTHE WESTERLY
RIGHTOF WAY LINE OF STATE
ROAD NO.S 121,(A ONE HUN-
DRED (100.0") FOOT RIGHT OF
. WAY); RUN THENCE NORTH SIX-
TEEN (16) DEGREES, FORTY-SlX
(46) MINUTES, FIFTY-EIGHT (58)
SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID.
RIGHT OF WAYA DISTANCE OF
TWO HUNDRED TWELVE-AND
FIFTY-THREE HUNDREDTHS,
(212.53) FEET; RUN THENCE
NORTH EIGHTY-EIGHT, (88)-
DEGREES, FIFTY-SIX '(56). MIN-
UTES, FORTY-NINE (49) SEC-
ONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF
ONE THOUSAND FIFTY-THREE
AND NINETY-ONE HUNDREDTHS
(1053,91) FEET TO POINT OF
BEGINNING.. .
SUBJECT TO A FIFTEEN
(15.0') FOOT EASEMENT, FOR*
INGRESSAND EGRESS ACROSS
THE NORTHERLY FIFTEEN (15'0')
FEET OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
LANDS.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CER-,
TAIN 2003 JACOBSEN CLASSIC
Ill MANUFACTURED HOME, SER-
IAL #CL-23925A&B.
ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALEJF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE US PENDES
,MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
EL- 5 aF-ERHET iAE.
O:ire iri: 14th day of
December, 2011.
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tracy bPoore
Deputy Clerk
2t 12-21-28-2011
0295
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR NASSAU COUNTY
CIVILACTION
CASE NO. 09-CA-726
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EDISON E. HIGDON; KATHY S.
HIGDON; HOUSEHOLD FI-
NANCE CORPORATION, 111, A
corporation; COUNTY OF NAS-
SAU, FLORIDA; STATE OF FLORI-
DA; NASSAU COUNTY CLERK
OF THE COURT; JOHN DOE
and JANE DOE, Unknown
Tenant(s).
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO ES. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pur-
suant to an Order Denying
Defendants' Motion for
Rehearing and Reschedullng
Foreclosure Sale Date, dated
December 14th, 2011, In the
above-styled cause, I wil sel to
the highest and best bidder
for cash at the main entrance


oI t.6f I josDu C.Our.ry Juahicial
.annex 763,.17 veterans Wao
iule, Rloria r11 a II 30 Im on
tn 20th1 a.a ot Januaory 2012
the irllowing aescribea real
property,
The r J.:.rtl-,eserl/ 100 feel
of Lor 28 Block 2 SPRING HILL
ur jiT TWO .ccoraing to ploat
rsereof as recorded in Plal
Book 5 Page 31 of tme Public
Recora. of tlasau Countp,
Florida
Togee-.r with that cernair.
rmanuractur,,a home more
specifically described.as:.
1909 Hoirme of M1er (32 76)
aim Serial Numeir ,.
FLH.1L3B127318188 A&B
Any person claiming an
nlere. in me surplus r" the
sale, If any, other than the.
property owner as of the date.
of the Us Pendehs must file a
claim within 60 days after the
sale. .
Dated this 14th day of
December 2011
Jchn A Crawford .
Clerk of Court
By:/s/Tracy Poofe
Deputy Clerk,
2t 12-21-28-2011
0296
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 45-2010-CA-
000220-AXX-YX
THE BANK(OF NEWYORK MEL-
LON F/K/A THE BANK OF NEW..
YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CER-
TIFICATE HOLDERS CWABS,
INC., ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2005-3,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM F MUNGO; ET AL
Defendants.
THE BANK OF NEWYORK MEL-
LON F/K/A THE BANK OF NEW
YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CER-
TIFICATE HOLDERS CWABS,.
INC., ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
/CATES, SERIES 2005-3,
vs.
WILLIAM F. MUNGO; KIMMIE L.
MUNGO; PARKWAY NORTH
COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION,
INC; VYSTAR CREDIT UNION;
UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 1;
UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2 and
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM-
ING INTERESTS BY THROUGH,
UNDER ORAGAINSTA NAMED
DEFENDANT TO THIS ACTION,
OR HAVING OR CLAIMING TO
HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR
INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY HERE-
IN DESCRIBED,
Defendants.
VYSTAR CREDIT UNION,
Cross/Counter Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM F MUNGO; KIMMIE L
MUNGO; PARKWAY NORTH
COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION,
INC.; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 1;
AND UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2
Cross Defendants,
and
THE BANK OF NEWYORK MEL-
LON F/K/A THE BANK OF NEW
YORK.AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CER-
TIFICATE HOLDERS CWABS,
INC., ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2005-3
Counter Defendant.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated the 7th day of
November, 2011, and entered
In Case No. 45-2010-CA-
000220-AXX-YX, of the Circuit
Court of the Fourth Judicial
Circuit In and for Nassau
County, Florida, wherein VYS-
TAR CREDIT UNION Is the
Plaintiff WILLIAM F. MUNGO;
KIMMIE L MUNGO; PARKWAY
NORTH COMMUNITY ASSOCI-


ATIOC l IINC Lil iri::O'.'.'*r IEr .
/[fT nrO 1 ArID i. ID r :i 'rio ri '
"ENpr Tn C7, 2 .r EI-fen.a-nr: .r ,
-I will sell 1i, ri-., rigr.e-. ana
LiDei biaa-r Cr ca.:r Sai.eA
Hela at irie rfMainErtor.cE.,:. i
rr.e Ir ,ssa u Jua,:ial nne. a1
11:30 am. at 76347 Veteran's
Wa,'. "'ule Fisrida 33209" in
accoraonce. ,.ni, Secii.:n
.45031 FIoriaS0 Sotu or., rie
5Ft aay of J.auar,. 2012 te- .
f..lio,.ing as:.rirr-ea piopaFer,'
aS ser lirtn in i od Final
Juag.menr.t 10 wir
LOT 58 OCF pFr;KAW,
NrORTH ACCCOrDIGI,1 TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECC'PDED
IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 263
THROUGH 268, INCLUSIVE OF
THE PUBLICRECORDS OF NAS-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA..
'ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN
INTEREST IN TIJE SURPLUS FROM
'THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
'THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF US PENDENS MUST
FILEA CLAIM WITHIN SIXYW (60)
DAYSAFTERTHE SALE. '
In bocordanca with the..
Amerlcanswith DisabiliflesAct
of. 1990 (ADA), disabled per-
son who, because of their dis-
abilities, need special accom-
modation to participate In this
proceeding should contact
theADA Coordinator at 76347
Veteran's Way, Yulee, FloTida
32097, atphone (904) 548-600
or (904) 879-1029.
Dated this 15 day of
December, 2011.
JOHN A.CRAWFORD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Megan Sawyer
Deputy Clerk
2t12-21-28-2011
0297
ATTENTION COMCAST
CUSTOMERS
On January 24,2012, Com-
cast will move Jewelry TV from
channel 125 to channel 20 In
the Expanded Basic/Digital
Starter and Digital Economy
tiers.
This channel change will
affect residential and corm-
mercial subscribers In Duval,
Clay, Baker, Nassau and parts
of St. Johns County and St.
Mary's (GA).
Service charges may
apply. Services not available In
.all areas, restrictions apply. For
more Information, please call
1-800-934-6489.
It 12-21-2011
0290
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that
on 1/10/12 at 10:00A.M., or
thereafter, at'U-Store-It #323,
1678 S. 8 St., In the city of
Fernandina Beach, state of
Florida. The undersigned, U-
Store-It # 323 will sell at Public
Sale by competitive bidding,
the personal property hereto-
fore stored with the under-
signed by:
Space # BI11
Michael G Jennlngs
Space # B40
Deandre A Davis
Space # H4-10
James R Pitts
Space #A60
Jennifer A Corbett
Space # A71
Rogerlene E Johnikin
AKA: Rogelene E Johnlkin
All Items n storage contain
household Items unless other-
wise mentioned.
2t 12-21-28-2011
0279
Legal Notices are continued
on next page.
Legal Deadline
Is at noon Fridays.
Call 261-3696 for Information.


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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21.2011 LEGAL News-Leader


LEGAL NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, TANCE OF 420:89 FEET TO THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN 4 THROUGH. UNDER, AND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CENTERUNE OF RIGHT ROAD-
AND FORNASSAU COUNTY, AGAINST A NAMED DEFEN- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN WAY OF STATE ROAD NO. 200
FLORIDA, DANT(S) WHO ARE NOT AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, (BEINGTHECENTERUNEOFTHE
CASE NO. 45-2010-CA-513 KNOWNTO BE DEAD ORAUVE FLORIDA EAST BOUND LANES); RUN
GREEN TREE SERVICING U.C, WHETHER SAME UNKNOWN CIVIL ACTION THENCENORTH72?19'01"EAST
7406 FULLERTON STREET SUITE PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN1NTER- CASE NO.: 45-2009-CA- ALONG SAID CENTERUNE, A
201 EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI- 000416 DISTANCE OF 722.73 FEET; RUN
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32256 SEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER DIVISION: A THENCE NORTH 16* 36' 59"
Plaitff, CLAIMANTS COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS WEST A DISTANCE OF 106.45
-, vs. Last Known Address: Unknown SERVICING, LR, FEET TO FOUND BROKEN CON-
KAY E BROCK, CurrentAddress: Unknown Plaintiff, CREATEE MONUMENT ON THE
RICHARD J. BROCK, and YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an vs. NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY UNE
NASSAU COUNTY, STATE OF action to foreclose a mort- EUZABETH A. OF STATE ROAD NO.200 BEING
FLORIDA gage:on the following prop- SCHLOSSBERG,et di, ALSO KNOWN AS THE
Defendants. ery In Nassau county Florida. Defendant(s). NORTHERLY RIGHT OFWAY UNE
NOTICE OF SALE LOT 36, OF HICKORY VILLAGE NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED OF LEFT ROADWAY; 'IRUN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PHASE FOUR. ACCORDINGTO FORECLOSURE SALE THENCE INAN EASTERLY DIREC-
THATlpu,~u toRdntWsFnd THE PLATTHEREOEAS RECORD- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TION ALONG SAID RIGHT OF
Judgment of Foreclosure ED IN PLAT BOOK 7, PAGE 122, pursuant to an Order Resche- WAY AND ALONG THE ARC OF
entered in the above-cap- OF THE PUBIC, RECORDS OF during ForecdTre Sale dated A CURVE CONCAVE TO THE.
floned action, I wil sell the NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. November 15t ,2011 and en- NORTHERLY, HAVING A RADIUS
property situated In Nassau This properly Is located at the tered n Case NO.45-2009-CA- OF 22, 857.31 FEET PASSING
Court, Florida, described as sheetaddress of: 86274 Sand 000416 of the Circuit Court of THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE
follows, to wit Hickory Trail, uiee, FL 32097. the FOURTH Judicidal Circuit In OF 00 42' 11", AN ARC,DIS:-
ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE, has been filedagainst you and and for NASSAU County, Flori- TANCE OF 280.52 FEET TO A.
PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND. you are required to serve a da wherein, COUNTRYWIDE FOUND' ITT RAYONIER CON-
LYING AND BEING IN 'THE copy of your written defenses HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP, CREATE MONUMENT AT THE
COUNTY OFNASSAU AND THE on or before January 13,2012 Is the Plaintiff and EUZABETH SOUTHWESTERLY CORNER OF
STATE OF. FLORIDA KNOWN a date wNch Is within 30 days A: SCHLOSSBERG; JOEL. D. LANDS DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
ANDDESCRIBED.ASFOLLOWA afterthelrstpubication.Kfanr SCHLOSSBERG; BRANCH RECORDS BOOK 845, PAGE
LOT FORTY-ONE(41),UNITTWO on Elizabeth R..WellbQm, PA., BANKING ANDTRUSTCOMPA- I 147 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
(2), OAK: HILL ESTATES, AS Plaintiff's attorney, ,whose NY; PAGE HILL OWNERS ASSO- OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA.
RECORDED IN PLATI'BOOK5, 'addressis350Jim MoranBlvd. CIATION, INC.; are the Defen- THENCE NORTH 186 24 51
PAGE 134 OF THE PUBLIC Suite 100, Deerfield Beach, dants, The Clerk of the Caourt/ WEST ALONG THE WESTERLY
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- Florida 33442,and file the orig- will sell to the highest and best, LINE OF SAID LANDS DEPART-
TY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH Inal with this court -either bidder for cash at NASSAU ING SAID RHT-OF-WAYA DIS-:
THAT CERTAIN 1986,.REDMAN- before service on plaintiff s JUDICIAL ANNEX 76347 VET- TANC.EOF 328.97 FEEt TOASET
HOMES 28X66,MOBILE HOME, attorney,orimmedtateiy there-, ERAN'S WAY, YULEE, FLORIDA 5/8" IRON ROD WITH CAP
SERIAL NUMBER: 11418256AB, after otherwise, default will at11:30AM,onthe6thdcy.of STAMPED LB 7039 FOR THE
Commonly known as 95819 .beenteredagainstyouforthe January, 2012, the following POINT OF BEGINNING
Karen, Walk, Fernandna relief demanded Inthecom- describedpropertyassetforth FROM THE POINT OF
Beach Forida 32034. plaint or petition. In said Final Judgment BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
at public sale. to the highest This Nbtlce'shdl be pub- LOT 1,'PAGE HILL UNIT 3; CONTINUE NORTH 18P 24 51
and best bidder. for cash at lIshed once a week for two ACCORDING 10TO THE PLAT WEST ALONG THE WESTERL L
the front of the Nassau County consecutive weeks in The THEREOF, AS RECORDED, IN ULINE OF LANDS DESCRIBED IN
Courthouse. 76347 Veterans News Leader PLAT BOOK 6, PAGES 341 AND, OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 845
Way.Vulee.Florlda32097.at WITNESS myhandandthe 342, PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS- PAGE 1147 AFORESAID A DS.
11.30 am on the 6th day of seald of the court on Decem- SAUCOUNTY FLORIDA. TANCE OF 444.02 FEET TO A
January 2012 ber 2, 2011. A/K/A 86809 WORTHING- FOUND 5/87 IRON ROD WITH
t youoreasubordnate len JOHN A CRIAWFORD TON DRIVE, YULEE, FL 32097 CAP STAMPED NO. 1558 ATTHE
holder claiming a right to CLERK OF THE COURI Any person claiming an Inter- NORTHWESTERLY CORNER OF
funds remainig after the sale. By I/s/ Megan Sawyer est In the surplus from the sale, SAID LANDS, BEING ALSO THE,
you must file a claim with the Deputy dcek If any, other than the property SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAYUNE
Clerk of Court no later than Attorny lor Plaintiff owner as of-the 'date of the OE FLORIDA POWER AND
'60 days after the sde If you taf Elizabeth R Welloorn PA Us Pendens must file a claim LIGHT COMPANY TRANSMIS-
toffieadalrm you willnot be 350Jim Moran Blvd.Sure 100 within sixty (60) days after the SIONULINE(A00.0FOOTRIGHT-
entitled to any remaninng Deerfield Beach. R 33442 sale. .' OF-WAY); THENCE NORTH 890
funds. Telephone: (954) 354-3544 WITNESS f.T.'HANDar.d r.e 00' 37' EAST ALONG THE
Notice toPesons WithDis- Facsimle: (954)354-3545 seal of this Court on Decem- NORTHERLY LINE OF SAID
abilities If you are a person INACCORDANCEWITHTHE ber2, 2011. I LANDS AND ALONG THE
with a disability who needs AMERICANS WITHiDISABIUTIES John A Crawford S- OUTHERLV,UNEOFSAID RIGHT-'
any accommodations order ACT,'dl persons who are dis- Clerk of Tre Circul Court QF-WAY A DISTANCE .
to participate In this pro- abled and who need special By /:/ Tracy Poote OF 326.44 FEET.TO A ITT RAY-
ceedng. you are entitled at' accommodations to parhtcl- Depury Clerk ONIER CONCRETE MONUMENT
no cost to you to the provi- pate In this proceedng be- See, Arrencons winn FOUND AT THE NORTHEASTER-
sion of certain assistance. cause of that disable should DI:abiliaes Act LY CORNER OF SAID LANDS;
Please contact the Court contact the human rights If you area person with THENCE SOUTH 1636'39 EAST
Admnratolrator'soffice notlater office 400 s. tf Harmon Ave disability who needs any ALONG THE EASTERLY UNE OF
than seven days prior to the Ste 300 Cleorwaler. F 33156 accommodation in order to SAID LANDS, DEPARTING THE
proceeding ; (727) 4644a62 (V/TDD) at leaEt participate In this proceeding, AFORESAID RIGHT-OF-WAY, A
J.OHNA. CRAWFORD. two (2) working days prior to you are entitled, at no cost to DISTANCE OF 345.89 FEETTO A
Clerk of Circuit Court ." any proceedrg 'youtothe pro.'sioriofcertain SET 5/8IRON ROD WITH CAP
BY:s/ Sue Powell 2 12-14-21-2011 actar.ce please contact the STAMPED "LB 7039"; THENCE
DeputyClerk 0268 circuit courtat(904) 321-5709 SOUTH7128 52'WESI ADS-
2t 12-14-21-2011 2t 12-14-21-2011 TANCE OF 30058 FEET TO THE
0266 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 4TH 0269 POINT OF BEGINNING
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND T---- HE EASTERLY 90 0 FEET OF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOR NASSAU COUNTY, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,. THE FOREGONE DESCRIBED
41h JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN LANDS RESERVED AS A
S FLORIDA. IN AND FOR NAS- CASE NO. 2010-CA-000991 AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY. DRAINAGE EASEMENT iOGETH-
SAU COUNTY BRANCH BANKING AND TR LIST FLORIDA ER WITH AND, SUBJECT TO A
CASE NOl: 2008-CA-00 12 COMPANY PROBATE DIVISION EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND
WELLS FARGO BANK NA Plaintiff, CASE NO: 45-2plI -CP- EGRESS PURPOSES SAID EASE.
Plaintiff. Vs.,:... 000272 MENT BEING A STRIP OF LAI D
Vs.., ERVIN A JONES et ux. et al. DIVISION: A THAT uES 600 FOOT EASTIERL
LUZ ECHLUND. et d. Defendanr(s) IN RE: ESTATE OF. OF AND ADJOINS THE FOL-
Defendant(s) NOTICE OF SALE PAUL BURTON, LOWING DESCRIBED LINE;
NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Decedent. BEGINATTHE PONIOF BEGIJ-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order or Find NOTICE 10 CREDITORS NING (F THE FOREGONE
pursuant to an Order of Find Judgment Scheduing Forecio- The administration of the DESCRIBED LANDS AND RUN
Judgment of Fore closure sure Sale entered on Decem- estate of Paul Burtpn, de- 'NORTH 18024'51"WEST, ADIS-
datea December 1 2011 ber 1.2011 In this case now ceased Case JumbeT 45- TANCE OF 100.0 FEET; RETURN
and entered in Civil Case No pendinginsddCoun hestyle 2011-CP-000272 Division A is TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING
2008-CA-00812 of the Circuit of whichrs indicated above pending Ir Ine Circui Coun FORESAIDANDRUNSOUTH 18r
Courtotfhe4 JuddcidCtrcut I will ell 10 the highest and ol Nassau Cournty Floriaa 24" 51" EAST,'A DISTANCE OF
In and for Nassau County. best blader for cash in Ihe Frooate Dijiior. Ine address 328.97 FEETTOTHE NORTHERLY
Florlda wherein WELLS FARGO NASSAU County Courthiu-:e of .which is Nassau County RIGHT-OF-WAY OF STATE ROAD
BANtK. NA. Plaintiff and LUZ 76347 Veterar.n Wa/ '.'uiec Courthouee 76347 Veterans NO. 200 AFOREMENTIONED
ECHLLIND AND ANDRES PAI. Rorida 32097 .31 11 30 a m on Way ,'ule. Flord.a 32097 The FOR THE TERMINATIONl JROIlNTI
NO ~-rai(enadric(s)wIlli sell the lOftda-ofYL.-,ar, 012 "r'T'.-,T rd aTd-i.-.: .i ir.,e THE SIDELINES OF THE
to the highest and best old- the following descriDed prop- per:or,al representative and ABOVE DESCRIBED EASEMENT
der for cash AT THE MAIN erlyassetforthin sad Oderor the perona repfeenrante s SHALL BE LENGTHENED OR
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU Find Judgment to-wit attomey are ;et tortn below SHORTENEDAS NECESSARY IN'
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX LOT 90 HIDEAWAY PHASE II All crecitor: ol rr.- dece- ORDER TO MAINTAIN A CON-
LOCATED AT 76347 VETERAN'S ACCORDING IO PLAT THEREOF denim and ornery p-ror n-m ring .TINUOUSSTRP OPILAND60 FEET
'WAY, VULEE FLORIDA. 32097 at RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 7 clairr,: or demands agalnsr IN WIDTH AND TO INTERSECT
11:30AM ontheJanuary 5th PAGES 233 THROUGH 238 aeceden : aiarle includinarg EXISTING EASEMENTS. RIGHTS-
2012. the following described INCLUSIVE PUBLIC RECORDS unnm.aiured contingent or OF-WAY, PROPERTY UNES OR
property as set forth In said OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA urdquidalea clamn c. n whom OTHER INSTRUMENTS OF RE-
Find Judgment, to-wit. a/k/a 86065 FORTUNE DRIVE a ,coy or th r,,1on,.: -:T,,!ed CORD AS MAY BE APPLICABLE.
LOT 53. AMELIA NATIONAL YULEE FLORIDA 32097 mus file hneir claim,: witr, It-: at public sale, to the highest
UNIT ONE ACCORDING TOTHE ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN court WITHIrl THE LATER OF and be i bidder for c .r., cr.
PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE January 18 2012 beanrnr.g atr
7. PAGE(S) 48 THROUGH 71, THE SALE. IF ANY. OTHER IHAN DATE OF THE FIRST Pu.BLICA- 11 30 am oa the front en.
INCLUSIVE. AS RECORDED IN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF TiON OF iHI.- NOTICE CR IHIR. lance of the Nassau Ccur.r,.
THE PUBLIC RECORDS IN NAS- THE DATE OF IHE US PENDENS Tr' (30) DAYS AFTER THE DAIE Judicial Anner 76347 veararn
SAU COUNTY FLORIDA MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 OF SERVICE OF A COP/ OF Wa, Luee N1aT'au C.:,unrv
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN DAY AFTER THE SALE THIS NOTICE ON THEM Flortaa 3209f7-540.4 as forth,
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM JOHN A. CRAWFORD Al orl-,er creaiTcr: or Irte In said flnal Judgment
THE SALE. IF ANY OTHER THAN As Clerk Circuit Court aecederl and other persons WITNESS my hand and offi-
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF Nassau Florida having ,.cInrl or demand cal ala Ii fli 8 doa of DCe.
THE DATE-OF THE US PENDENS By:/s/ Sue Powen agaisld Ine e:aedenr t! ate cernmbe 2011
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 As Deputy Cleric ncludring ur.rr,iatured contin- AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
DAYS AFTER THE SALE Published in NewsLeader gent or uriliqudaled claim. ACT (ADA) NOTICE
If you oae a person with a On Dates 12-14-11 & 12-21- rn.u. file Th--ir claim wrtn this INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABIL-
disability who needs any II 'court WIiHIN THREE (3) ITIESNEEDINGAREASONABLE
accommodation In order to 2t 12-14-21-2011' : MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF ACCOMMODATION TO PAR-.
participate Inthisproceedng 0270 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF [HIS TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
you ore entitled at no cost to NOrCE .SHOULDCONTACTTHE COURT
you.totheprovisionof certain IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR INt rO EVENT SHALL Aril ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE AS
assistance Please contact the NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA' CLAIM BE FILED LAIER THAN SOON AS POSSIBLE. TELE-
ADA Coordnator. 330 East.Bay PROBATE DIVISION TWO YEARS'AFTER THE DECE- PHONE: (904) OR, IF HEARING
Street Slte507-C.Jackonvie RIo No. I1-CP-253 DENT'S DATE OF DEATH. IMlPAIRED,(800)9558771 (TTD);
Florida 32202 (904) 630-1897 at Division: ALL CLAIMS AND DE- OR (800) 955-8770 (Y), VIA
least 7 days before your IN RE. ESTATE OF .MAANDS NICT SO FILED WILL BE FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE.
schedued court appearance. BETTYY SATTERFIELD PAGE '. FC'REVER BARRED JOHN A. CRAWFORD
or Immediately upon receiv- Deceased The date of the decedent's CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
ing this notification if the time NOTICE 10 CREDITORS aeain is May 18 2011 COURT
before the scheduled appear- The administration ol the 11e ac:e of firn publ.:anori By: /s/ Karen J. Lockett.
dance is less tnan7 days itf you estate of BETTY SArTERFIELD c.f t.lisnonice'ls De.:eemer 14, DeputyClerk
are hearing or voice inmpdied PAGE deceased whose aane 2011 Copies To:
call 711. of death was February 2.2011 WILUAM S. FRAZIER, ESQUIRE Attorney for Plaintiff;
JohnA.Crawford File Number 11-CP-253 Is Attorney.for Personal Fred H. Kent, llI
CLERK OF THE CIIRCUIT pending In the Circuit Court Representative 'r Marks Gray, PA.
COURT f' or Nassau County Florida Fla. Bar No: 0080373 PO. Box 447
Nassau Couity, Florida Probate Division the address .1919-8 Blanding Boulevard Jacksonville, FL 32201
By Is/Sue Powell of which is 76347 Veterans Jacksonville, FL 32210 Defendants:
Deputy Clerk of Court Way. Yulee, Rondo 32097, the (904) 384-1441 Arthur I Jacobs, Esq., and
Submitted By ATTORNEY FOR names and addresses ol the ANNETTE BURTON, Personal .Richard Scholz, Esq.
PLAINTIFF. : personal epresenlative and Rep Jacobs, Scholz & Associates,
FLORIDA DEFAULT LAW the persorld representarrve's 96283 Freefdncn Road LLC '
GROUPPL attorney are set forth below. Yulee, FL32097 961687 Gateway Blvd., Suite
4919 Memorld Hwy. Sute AllI creditors of the dece- 2t 12-14-21-2011 2011 '
S 200 dentand oatherpersonshaving 0276 Femandna Beach, FL 32034
Taipa., FL 33634 claims, or demands against' U.S. SMALL BUSINESS ADMIN-
813-342-2200 decedent's estate, on whom IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN ISTRATION
S And a copy of this notice is AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, 7825 Bdymeadows Way, Suite
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN & required to be served, must fie 'FLORIDA 100B '
GACHE', .LP their claims with this court CASE NO: 10-CA-563 Jacksonville, Florida 32256-7
4630 Woodland Corp. Blvd. WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 DIVISION:A 504
Suite 100 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF COMMUNITY SOUTH BANK State of Florida Department
Tampa FL 33614 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS a Tennessee corporation,. Of Revenue
(813)880-8888 NOT1CEOR30DAYSAFTERTHE Plaintiff, Angela B.Corey, State
(813)880-8800 DATE OF'SERVICE OF A COPY vs. .Attorney
S21 12-14-21-2011 OFTHIS NOTICE ONTHEM. C.I. HOTELATYULEE,'-LLC, 200 East Bay Street
0267 All other creditors of the a RFlorlda limited liability cam- Civil Court Division 14th Floor
decedent and other persons pony; Jacksonville, RF 32201
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE having claims or demands BHAVESH PATELIndvidudaly; 2t 12-14-21-2011 "
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN against decedent's estate RUPESH PATEL individudaily 0274
SAND FOR NASSAU COUNTIY, must file their cdims with this NARENDRA PATEL individud- -
FLORIDA courtWITHIN3MONTHSAFTER ly; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
CIVIL DIVISION THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBU- U.S.SMALL BUSINESS FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
CASE NO: 41-2011-CA- CATION OF THIS NOTICE. ADMINISTRATION; STATE OF AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
000386-A3XXX-YX ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA
DIVISION: WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET REVENUE and UNKNOWNTEN- CASE NO.2011-317-CA
AURORA LOAN SERVICES LLC, .FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF ANTS, GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC, -
Plaintiff THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE Defendants. 7406 FULLERTON STREET, SUITE
v. WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTICE OF SALE 201
MILLIE EVANS; UNKNOWN NOTWITHSTANDING THE Notice isherebygiven that, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA32256
SPOUSE OF -MILUE EVANS; TIME PERIOD SET FORTH pursuantto anorderor a find Plaintiff,
HICKORY VILLAGE HOMEOWN- ABOVE,ANY CLAIM FILEDTWO Judgment of foreclosure en- v.
ERS ASSOCIATION, INC.; UN- (2)YEARSORMOREAFTERTHE teredintheabove-captioned WILAM B. JORDAN, and DE-
KNOWN TENANT .T; UN- DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH action, I will sell, the following BRA A.JORDAN, IF LIVING, BUT
IKNOWNTENANT #2 ALLOTHER IS BARRED. described parcel of real prop- IF DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN
UNKNOWNPARTIESCLAIMING" The dateoffirst publication ertylocated In NassauCounty HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,


INTERESTS BY, THROUGH, UN- of this notice Is: 12-14-11. Florida as follows: ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIEN-
DER, AND AGAINST A NAMED Signed on November 2, 2011. EXHIBIT"A' ORS, AND TRUSTEES DEBRA A.
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT Timothy L Flanagan Legal Description Of Red JORDAN, DECEASED, AND ALL
KNOWN TO BE DEAD ORAUVE, Email: Property OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
WHETHER SAME UNKNOWN tflanagan@jaxtcalaw.com A PORTION OF SECTION 44, THROUGH,
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER- Florida Bar No. 335223 TOWNSHIP2NORTH, RANGE27 UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
EST AS SPOUSES. HEIRS, DEVI- Brian J. Hershorin EAST, NASSAU COUNTY FLORI- NAMED DEFENDANTS,
SEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER Email: bhershorin@jax- DA. Defendants.
CLAIMANTS; talaw.com BEING ALSO A PORTION OF NOTICE OF ACTION
Defendant(s), Florida Bar No.0014375 PARCEL "B" DESCRIBED IN TO:
NOTICE OF ACTION Attorneys for Personal INSTRUMENT RECORDED INTHE WIWAM B. JORDAN, and DE-
MILIE EVANS AND Representative PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU BRA A.JORDAN, IF LIVING, BUT
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MILLE PURCELL FLANAGAN, HAY & COUNTY, FLORIDA IN OFFICIAL IF DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN
EVANS GREENE, PA. RECORDS BOOK 845, PAGE HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
Last Known Address 1548 Lancaster Terrace 1147. ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, UEN-
3216 Hollywood Blvd Jacksonville, FL 32204 SAID PORTION BEING MORE ORS, AND TRUSTEES DEBRA A.
Hollywood, R 33021 Telephone: (904) 355-0355 PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS JORDAN, DECEASED, AND ALL
Current Address: Telecopler (904) 355-0820 FOLLOWS: FOR A POINT OF OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
3216 Hollywood Blvd DAVID PEYTON PAGE REFERENCE COMMENCE AT THROUGH, UNDER, AND
Hollywood, F 33021 Personal Representative THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF AGAINST THE NAMED DEFEN-
Previous Address. Post Office Box 1387 SECTION 44 AFOREMENTIONED DANTS:
86274SandHickory Trail Yulee, Florida 32041 AND RUN NORTH 020 06' 50' YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
Yulee, FI 32097 2t 12-14-21-2011 WEST ALONG THE WESTERLY civil action has been filed
ALL OTHER, UNKNOWN PARTIES '0271 LINE OF SAID SECTION, A DIS- against you In the Circuit


Court, County of Nassau,State
of Florida, to foreclose certain
real property described as fol-
lows:
LOT FOURTEEN (14), BLOCK
ONE (1), SHEFFIELD VILLAGE,
ACCORDING TO PLATTHEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5,
PAGES 28 AND 29, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN 1998 PALM HAR--
* BOR MOBILE HOME, 28 X 68,
F11688, SERIAL NUMBER:
* PH0910018ABFL
You are required to file a
written response with the
Court and serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any,
to it on Timothy D. Padgett,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-'
dress is 2878 Remington Green
Circle, Tallahassee, Florida
32308, atleast thirty (30) days
from the date of first publica-
tion, and file the original with
the clerk of this court either
before service on Plaintiff's
attorney orimmedlately there-
after; otherwise, a default will
be entered against you for the
relief a error.da r. ih. c :,-rr.
plailht,
Dated this 6 day of De-
cember, 2011.
,John A. Crawford
CLERK OF COURT
By: /s/ Megan Sqwyer .
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Timothy D.'Padgett, Esq.
Timothy D. Padgett, PAr
2878 Remington Green
Circle : -
Tallahassee,,FL 32308'
(85,0) 4222S220 (pr..:.r.e): (8.0)
422.267 (la.)
2t 12-14-21-2011,
0275 .....
Notice Of Sale
Pursuant to Chapter 83
Part IV
I' rrcei5 gii r.>r.c .ur .j.i toi- .
rc10.age Facilirty ,c Florola,
Statues, Chapter. 83, Part 1V,.
that, AAAA Self Storage, a self,
'storage facility will sell by auc-
tion to the highest bidder the
conr.lrr: .:f 'pice: noted to,
rr. Teloo. inr.g ieC i -.:.
i.rrpie C Br ,ant Ur..ir 157
Furniture S., "
Kayla, D. Daniel Unit # 105
Washer,'Dryer, & Boxes,
Bedframe & Matfresses.
Ta,. L Ricketts Unitf# 137 Boxes
& Furniture.
The sale will be held at;
AAAA Self Storage facility
located at 1830 S. 8th Street,
FerandnirabBeach, FL 32034,
"ia'Ja6u C:ur.t,. 31 10 00 am
or. 4 -.r J.r.uar, 2012
Ct 12-1J.21-'011 .
0273 ,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN r
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
..FLORIDA''
CIVIL DIVISION ,.
CASE NO: 45-2010-CA-
000428-AXXX-YX
GI ". C .I.':'PTG';..':E LLC
PlalIr.r.rf
VS.
ROBERT J. PAGE IIl SONYA C.
PAGE; BIRMINGHAM BAN-
CORP MORTGAGE CORPO-
RATION;' UNKNOWN TENANT
(S); IN POSSESSION OFTHE SUB-'
JECT PROPERTY., .
Defendants, .
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE -
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to Final Judgnent of
Fore:io.i- '331-2 nlt-. ''.2.,
of 0C :- T.T,. r 201.1 3r.. ,-, r..
tereai r.:',e I ic "j.' Iu- :-.
0004 8-A.'-.:'.. ,", .:r rr. Cr.:u.1
Court of the 4TH Judicial Cir-,
:uii ir. .3r,.d fr Pl.x: 3,j ConJ '
Floricnl ...r er-leir '--.'14: ..1-.r T.-
'GAGE LLC Is the Plaintiff and -
SONYA C PAGE, ROBERT J
PAGE III, BIRMINGHAM BAN-
CORP MORTGAGE CORPO-
RATION and UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT(S); IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY are defen-
dants. The Clerk of this Court
shall sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the,
.MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE NAS-
SAU JUDICIAL ANNEX. 76347
VETERANS WAYYULEE FL 32097,
11:30 AM on the 1.1th day of
January, 2012, the following
described property as set, forth
in saidRna Find Judgment, to wit:
LOT 41, ISLAND GROVE
PHASE TWO; ACCORDING TO
THE PLATTHEREQE RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 49, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANOTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE'A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
Dated this 8th day of De-
cember, 2011..
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
2t12-14-21-2011
0278

IN THE CIRCUjT COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN'
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE NO.; I1-CP-261
DIVISION:,
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
ANDREA D.AUGUSTIN,
Deceased;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of ANDREA D. AUGU-
Tili .j :.-.3.2, Fi- r J.:. ii CP-
2.o1 I: p.,.r.l.r.2 ir. Ir.e '.r'cult
Court for Nassau County, Flori-'
da. Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 76347 Vete-
ran's Way, V.Yulee, Floricia 32097.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below.
SAll creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including'
unmatured, coningent, or un-
liquidated claims, on whom a
copy of this notice is served
must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE'LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYSAFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.'
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons hav-
ing ddms or demands against
the decedent's estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contingent, or
unliquidated claims, must file
their claims Wvith this Court


WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication
of this Notice Is December 21,
2011.
CLYDE W. DAVIS
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Florida Bar No.277266,
Clyde W. Davis, PA.
960185 Gateway Blvd., Ste.
104
Fernandina Beach, Florida
32034
Telephone: (904) 261-2848
JOHN D. BURKE
Personal Representative
2t 12-21-28-2011
0280


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 45-2010-CA-
000009.
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC F /
K /A, CONSECO FINANCE SER-
VICING CORP..
Plaintiff,
vs.
RUFUS JOHN HARRIS A / K / A
RUFUS J. HARRIS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF RUFUS JOHN HAR-
RIS A / K / A RUFUS J. HARRIS;
SHIRLEE A. HARRIS;'UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SHIRLEE A: HARRIS;
IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED,.
AND IF DECEASED, THE RE-
SPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,'
* DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
'EES, CREDITORS, UENORS, AND
TRUSTEES.AND ALL OTHER PER-
.SONS CLAIMING BY THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANTSS; CITIFI-,
NANCIAL EQUITY SERVICES,
INC.;. BENCHMARK GLEN
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
INC.; WHETHER DISSOLVED OR
'PRESENTLY EXISTING, TOGETH-,
ER WITH ANY GRANTEES, AS-
SIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS,
OR TRUSTEES OF SAID DEFEN-
DANT(S) AND ALL OTHER PER-
SONS CLAIMING BYTHROUGH,
WHETHER UNDER, OR AGAINST
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
4#2; ,
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE ,
? oh..ic l-.ere.l:,, $.-.-. it-.ai ,
pui-uarnl I: r Fir.- i u'.Tm ar,
Judgment of' Foreclosure
entered In the above-styled
cause, In the Circuit Court of
Nassau County, Florida, I will
sell the property situated'in
Nassau County, Florida,
described as: '
LOT 21, BENCHMARK'GLEN
REPLAT, ACCORDING TO. THE
PLAT THEREOFP.A' RECORDED
iI FLATI Bc"': F GE': 168,
AND 169, OF THE PUBLIC,
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
To include a:
2000 GENE VIN
GMFGA1469926075A
0081998201
2060 GENE VIN
GMHGA1469926075B
0081998370
A/K/A
.97030 Topaz Ct.
Yulee, FL 32097
at public sale, to the highest
and be.-t l::,.d-r ,lor cash. At
trin- ..i ad'rr of tr.- Nassau
County Judicial Annex, 76347
\-.r 3nr.: W.a, .ul-e FL 320'97
C.:.ur.r, FI 13 .3 a1 I I 3 aiT.
on January 11, 2012.
DATED THIS: 8 PAY OF
,DECEMBER, 2011: ,
Any' person claiming an
interest In the surplus from the,
sale. if any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the IIs pendens must file a
claim withinr60 days after the
sale.
Witness, my hand dnd seal
of this court op the 8 day of
December. 2011.
CLERKOF CIRCUIT COURT
JOHN A. CRAWFORD .
By:/s/.Tracy Poore
DEPUTY CLERK
Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA)
If you are a person with a
ai:acI" r, r,,: r.-- 3. ar,
a..: C ICp.- TC a r.i ir :raet.-to
C rr.;:. u .r.]rb':pr:.:d-r lr,: ;
,.:.u are rhll.rlea aT r,,: ,: :., 1 i
you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact the
'ADA' Coordinator at crtin-,
trp@coJ.net or (904) 630-2564
at least 7 days before your..
scheduled court appearance,'
or immediately upon.receiv-
ing this notification if the time
before the scheduled appear-
ance Is less than 7 days; If you
are hearing or voice Impdred,
call 711.
2t 12-21-28-2011
0281

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CITY COMMISSION
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that a Public Hearing is sched-
uled for Tuesday, January 3,
2012 at 6Q00 PM in'the City
Commission Chambers, 204
Ash Street Fernandina Beach,
Florida to consider the follow-
Ing application:
ORDINANCE 2011-26
AN ORDINANCE GRANTI-.
NG'TO FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILU-
TIES COMPANY, ITS SUCCES-
SORS 'AND ASSIGNS, A-
NON-EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE
FOR A PERIOD OF 30YEARS TO
CONSTRUCT, OPERATE, MAIN-
TAIN, OWN AND TRANSPORT IN
THE'CITY OF FERNANDINA
BEACH, FLORIDA, WORKS FOR
THE MANUFACTURE, TRANS-
MISSION, DISTRIBUTION,TRANS-
PORTATION, AND.SALE OF GAS,
INCLUDING NATURAL MANU-
FACTURED OR MIXED GAS;
PROVIDING FOR SERVICE
STANDARDS; RESERVING THE
RIGHT TO PURCHASE UNDER
CERTAIN CONDITIONS; PRO-
VIDING :FOR SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
AND RESOLUTIONS IN CON-
FLICT HEREWITH; AND PROVID-
ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO.2011-27
S AN ORDINANCE OF THE"
CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF FERNANDINA BEACH,
FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDI-
NANCE 2006-48, ORDINANCE
2003-5, ORDINANCE 96-9 AND,
SECTION 9 OF ORDINANCE 96-
4TO RAISE THE ELECTRIC FRAN-
CHISE FEE TO BE PAID TO THE
CITY FROM 4.5 PERCENT TO
5.05 PERCENT; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
S ORDINANCE 2011-28
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF' FERNANDINA BEACH,
FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
FUTURE LAND USE MAP FROM
RECREATION (REC) TO INDUS-
TRIAL (IND), FOR A PORTION
OF ONE PARCELTOTAUNG 0.95
ACRES OF LAND IDENTIFIEDAS
PARCEL ID NUMBER 06-2N-28-
0000-0001-0071. PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PRO-.
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
ORDINANCE 2011-29
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF FERNANDINA BEACH,
FLORIDA CHANGING THE ZON-
ING MAP FROM RECREATION


(REC) TO INDUSTRIAL (I-1), FOR
A PORTION OF ONE PARCEL
TOTALING 0.95 ACRES OF LAND
IDENTIFIED AS PARCEL ID NUM-
BER 06-2N-28-0000-0001-007L1
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABIUTY:
AND PROVIDING' FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE 2011-30
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF FERNANDINA BEACH
AMENDING THE LAND DEVEL-
OPMENT CODE, CHAPTER 10,
SECTION 10.02.03 PROCE-
DURES for variances and
Section 10.03.02 Procedure;
AND CHAPTER 11, Section
11.01.03 Requirements for All
Applications, Section 11.02.00
Notice Requirements. Section
11.03.03 procedures for action


by the planning advisory
board, section 11.03.09 spe-.
cific procedures for issuance of
a certificate of appropriate-
ness by the hdc; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Interested parties may ap-
pear at said hearing and be
heard as to the advisability of
any action, which may be
considered. Any persons with
disabilities requiring accom-
modations In order to partici-
pate in this program or activi-
ty should contact 277-7305,
TTY 277-7399, (TTY number for
all City offices) or through the
Florida Relay Service at 1 -800-
955,8771 at, least 24 hours in
advance to request such
accommodation.
IFANY PERSON DECIDESTO
APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE
BY THE BOARD/COMMISSION
WITH, RESPECT TO ANY MATTER
CONSIDERED AT SUCH HEAR-
ING,. S/HE WILL NEED TO
ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM
RECORD OF THE PROCEED-
INGS IS MADE; WHICH RECORD
INCLUDES THETESTIMONY AND
EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE
APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
Copies of the applications
may be inspected In the office
of the City Clerk, City Hall; 204
.- ;.r, r er cer..-,er, Ir,.e - ur,
oi 8 0 .,1 - 00 Ptl lr.lora.,,
ir.r.:.uagr. hr' a, F r irir.:.ri rr ion n r
.r,. in-e applicaTion pi-,ea,
contact the Staff of thp City
C -ar' :,:.rfi,.:e 3 2"7. 0' 0 '= ,
I 12.2i.2011 ''.
0:82'

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUII. IN
AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 11CA51
ULi6" fJbF: rII .'l I ,1,LASS'" L .
ihI.r' A ` '.'CCE1cOR IiR.,SfEE
I.' i-rK: .f ..IEPICA; rji -
l,-, J- L : 1'-- il,',J (bU,:.
CEis.:'; B. t.1ER L ':.-n LLE r1IV NAFICrJliL
:., ,: .:i 1 Ti:'.N iirI,.LSIEE F..:,R
iH :.r. Ir '. l'r:.. r..K AGE SE.
Pl iiE,r,r,l
vs.
PAULA W SMITH A/K/A PAULA
,SMITH, IF LIVING AND IF DEAD;:
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF PAULA -
'V .:.I IIIH V i.' .. iL- r iaI- IF
,-ri. -i, IJ&, LL Ir JIc',W iI
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THRi ,.i'."-H IJ.t ,ER Ir"ND
*,- 111r i THE H 1Ei'EIr IJr .,IED
INDIVIDUAL DEFEEhJDANrS) ..
WH' :. RE r::.i hrowrjI 10C. BE .
D C: .'-LU.E VWHETHEP SAID
.i I I J..-:wI PIOiIEr r..iA.
CLAIM AN INTERESTS SPOUS-
ES. HEIRS; DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHERCLAIMANTS: CARL- .
.TON DUNES'CONDOMINIUM
ASSOCIATION, INC.; WELLS
FARGO BANK, NA. COMPLETE
PROPERTY SERVICES. INC.: AND
UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN POS-.
SESSION OF THE,
PROPERTY
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
ic .-. i.,ll.:.- ..rg D.,Ier..Jar.l(:)
P-ULL '/j ilmITH 'F.'^ P.IJUL

Last Known'Address -
110 Woodbine Circle
f le, .r,3r. .GM 0?0 .'
UK ,P_. WI J iP'--i.GE CP4LULA
W. SMITH A/K/A PAULA SMITH'
Last Known Address
110 Woodbine Circle
Newnan, GA 30263
,:*. E Ar iE i l iEC' Ir.ss an
acti :r .for f.re,:o l Jcre of rr.:,rt
a.g :-r. Inr.- il.: ,r.ir, de
::ri l -. pr .r,.p:.;,-
UNIT 7702, CARLTON DUNES,
C';.ID ::.lli(1.1f,1 TC- TMHERP
WA'liH -f
UNDIVIDED SHARE IN THOSE
COMMON, ELEMENTS APPUR-
TENANT THERETO ACCORDING
TO THE DECLARATION OF
CONDOMINIUM RECORDED IN
OEFFICIALRECORDS BOOK 887,
PAGE 1426, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA
AND ANY AMENDMENTS
THERETO.
TOGETHER WITH ALL INTER-
EST IN ANDTO.THAT EXCLUSIVE
EASEMENT TO GARAGE G-73
DESCRIBED IN THAT CERTAIN
EASEMENT RECORDED IN OFFI-
CIAL RECORDS BOOK 987,
PAGES 1392 THROUGH 1396 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
a/k/a 4602 Carlton.Dunes
Dr., Amelia Island, fi 32034
has been filed against y9u and
you are required to serve a
copy of you written defenses,
if any, to it, on Marinosci Law
Group, PC., Attorney, For,
Plaintiff, whose address is 100
W. Cypress Creek Road, Suite
1045, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
T33309 on or before, January
20,2012, a date which Is with-
in thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this notice In the
news leader and file the orig-
inal with the clerk of this court
either before service on plain-
tiff's attorney.or Immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demand In the com-
plalpt.
This notice Is provided pur-
suant to administrative order
no. 2.065.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT If you are a person with a
disability who needs an ac-
commodation In order to
access court facilities or par-
ticipate in a court proceed-
ing, you are entitled, atno cost
to you, to the provision of cer-
tain assistance. ,
To request such an accom-'
mod tion, please cdntdct'"
* Court Admlnistration at least
three business days prior to the
required service by using one
of the following methods;
Phone (904) 630-2564; Fax-,.
(904) 630-1146, TTD/ITIY -(800) ,
55-8770 (Florida Relay
Service). E-mail "
crtintrp@coi.net.
I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true
and correct copy of the fore-
going notice of filing was
mailed to all the parties in the
attached mailing list.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court this 12 day of
December, 2011.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
As Clerkof the Court
By /s/ Megan Sawyer
As Deputy Clerk
2t 12-21-28-2011,
0283

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,


SFLORIDA
CASE NO.2011 -CA-214
WELLS FARGO BANK, National
Association,
Plaintiff,
vs.
COASTAL LAND SURVEYORS,
INC.; et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE is hereby given
that, pursuant to that Summary
Final Judgment of Foreclosure
entered in the above-styled
action on December 2, 2011,
I will sell the property situated
in Nassau County, Florida,
described as:
Lot 20, REPLAT OF SOREN-
SEN'S TERRACE AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 59, OF


THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
At public sale, to the high-
est bidder for cash, beginning
at 11:30 a.m., at the front
entrance of the Judclal Annex
located at 76347 Veteran's
WayYulee, Florida, on the 10th
day of January, 2012.
Any person claiming an
Interest in the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of lls pendens, must file a cldm
within 60 days after the sale.
Date: DEC 12 2011
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
Clerk of the 4thJuddcd Circuit,
Nassau County, Florida
By: /s/ Megan Sawyer -
As Deputy Clerk
.REQUEST FOR
ACCOMMODATIONS BY
PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
If you are a person with. a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
'participate in this proceeding,
,you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact the
ADA Coordinator, Human Re-
sources, at Court Administra-
flon, 76347 Veterans Way, Suite
456,,Yulee, FL 32097, telephone
(904) 584-5600, at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or Immediately
upon receiving this notifica-
tion if. the time before sched-
lled appearance is less than
,7 days; If you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 711.
2012-21-28-2011
0284

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE.
BILL S IC'WilN g..e; .s*:..e-
pi For-cl,:c..'jre .., uer. an.
intent to sell these vehicles on
01 05,'2012 8 10 am at 4:. S
81H siFEfiJNDIrDJt FL 3:0134
3 09 pursuarr to :.JD:.cr.or,
713 78 or Ine Florlaa Slaute. '
BILL TOWII.- r1-,::r .1, rhe
light TO a,:.--pr cr re ,CI3r/ r. ,
anra/or all t-Id
*1G2JB32D8SB200071 1995 :
I i2-21-201
CI265
C'' - -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU. COUNTY,
FLORIDA'
CASE NO 2011-CA-504
:-'rEEN i-IEE SER( IC IrJG LLC
74P6 FULLERTON STREET, SUITE
201
JACK..hv I/lLL.E FLC.RID& 32:'.: .
,. PaIniin,

LARRY A.GIBBS,
BARBARA LGIBBS,
WILSHIRE HOLDING GROUP
INC., A FLORIDA CORPORA-
Tirt ord
iHE I.IrJKI.O,-WVTI r I'Ll ITirl F'"-
SESSION OF
5I4149 .,I'.EHiNE DOI.,'E CALL.A-
,HAN, FLORIDA 32011. .
Defendants. .
NOTICE OF ACTION
.TO: .: .
BARBARA L GIBB-
',C'.' ARE NrTI. FIED rhn .i .
C-i, acron hacr .tc- .n fl.l -
igair.n' ,c.u in nhe Circuit
Ccurl Cournt, of a:-3au S1ate '
,:, Florid.a ? Iriorei l.: ,ns cenar.
real pr.:.,prr d' .ried a" tol.

LCT 4 NiASALU PLAlIT. '
TIONSUNITTWO. ACCORDIIJt
TOTHE PLAT. ...
THEREOF fECcOC'ED iN PL"T
BOOK 6, '---E.) I0o CF TIHE
F'L.uC IPECORDS ,OF -NoAUj
'C"':Jl'jT' FLORIDA. TOGETHER '
iJIrH IH-IT CEPIA1ll G.;
E-.RETF',OI i M10BILE HOME.I
SERIAL NUMBER:
FLA4 1.11621AAB '
.)ou are r,quire. to fle a
wr nen irepons.e lhtn tr.e
Couri and .;ere a copy of
your arlttienr. Jeeree: if an,
to It on Timothy D. Pddgett,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 2878 Remington
Green Circle, Tallahassee;
Florida 32308, at leasdthrty'(30)
days from the date of first pub-
lication, and file the original,
with the clerk'of this cotrt
either before service Lon
Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter;' otherwise. a
j-Jadi ,Aiii b-. er.nired .3gar..1
',O u floi n rc11el aeT.ar .Id Ir.
Ihe corrnpolr.1
CE.3red Dec .mber 1 3 2011
John A. Crawford
CLERK OF COURT
B, i:" Earlene S Lane
Depu-rr, rl.' y
Attorney for Plaintiff:,
TImothy D.Padgett, Esq.'
Tiniothy D. Padgett, PA:
2878 Remington Green Circle
Tallahassee, FL 32308
(850) 422-2520 (phone) (850)
422-2567 (fax)
2t 12-21-28-2011
0286

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 45-2010-CA-
000111
CITIMORTGAGE INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID FERGUSON; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DAVID FERGUSON;
ELIZABETH DEL VALLEY;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ELIZA-
BETH DEL VALLEY; PAMELA
SHAWN MILTON; IF LIVING,
INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWINI
SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEN-
DANT(S). IF REMARRIED;AND IF
DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDI-
TORS, UENORS, AND TRUSTEES,
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH;,
'UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1;
UNKNOWN TENANT' #2;
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE .
Notice Is hereby given that.
pursuant to a Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure
entered in the above-styled
cause, In the Circuit Court of
Nassau County. Florida, I will
sell the property situated In
Nassau County, Florida,
described as:
LOT ONE HUNDRED ELEVEN
(111)OFTHE FOREST HILLS SUB-
DIVISION, SECTION TWO (2),
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 77 OF THE PUB-
UC RECORDS OF NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder for cash, At
the west door of the Nassau


CoLunty Judcial Annex, 76347
Veterans Way, Yulee, FL 32097,
County. Florida, at 11:30 a.m.,
on January 20, 2012.
DATED THIS 13 DAY OF
DECEMBER, 2011.
Any person claiming an
interest In the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the
sale.
Witness, my hand and seal
of this court on the 13 day of
December, 2011.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Tracy Poore
DEPUTY CLERK
2t 12-21-28-2011
0287
















Happy Holidays! My
name is Rachel. I am a
female Chesapeake
Retriever. I have a beautiful
black coat with a white chest
I am about 10 months old,
*weigh 26 pounds and am
heartworm negative. The
nice officer that brought me
here saved me from being hit
in traffic. I have made many
friends here but would really
like to'have a forever family
of my own. I am very sweet
as I get along with all people
and dogs alike. I like to play
but am not too energetic like
those new puppies. My
Christmas wish is to find a
family to love. Please come
see me for yourself at Nassau


CATS ANGELS"

He's missing an eye and
has just one ear, but to us
he's Handsome because of
his beautiful personality and
spirit. At 15 years old,
Handsome, is the most senior
cat in residence at the Cats
Angel Adoptian Center and
one of the favorites.: He's
been through a lot in his
years but we think he still
has a couple of his 9 lives left
to spend with a e'erv special
person.-Cats and kittens-are
still waiting for their -new
homes this holiday.View
them at www catsangels com
andri call 321-2267 to meet from 11a.m.- 5 p.m. The vol-
with an adoption volunteer.'- urteers and kiMstt at Cats.
The Christmas Sale is ', Aigels wish you a very
now on at the Cats Angels : happy holiday season and
Thrift Store and all. thank you very much for.
Christmas items are half off your generous support this
our already low prices. There year
are still afewdays left.to' Pleas hae theanimals in.
grant wishes from-our Kitty your care spayed and
Wish Tree. Cats Atngels neutered. We can help if you
Thrift Store, 709S. Eighth cal 321-2267. We can also
St., is open Monday-Sattfiday help you trapiferalcats.


NASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY















Sweet Noel ista purebred' only a few months oild afidm.
Basset lound who would be cute as a Chi ;stmas kitten -
a perfect'additionto your because that's exactly what
family for the Christmas sea- heis!And you know what
son! She was found running. they ay about Kringle_ -he
stray but loves:to be with ca'make holiday wishes
people. She's less than a year. come true. You can see '
old and has a very sweet dis- videos of our adoptable dogs'
position. She walks well on and cats at our vebsite,
her leash and is intelligent NassatiHuman-Soci ety.com.
and affectionate. She's quite The perfect gift for animal-
mellow and seems to get lovers on youi Chirist mas list
along fine ith other dogs. is a donation in their name to-
SShe doesn't have the typical the Nassau Humane Society
Basset coloration, but her to help homeless animals
b* lack-and-white coat is soft.. Call 491-1511 or visit Nassau
and beautiful and there's no oHumaneSocietycon arid
mistaking her Basset ears click on "drinate" at the top of
and body! Noelis a gentle the page Our adoptiorn cen-
spirit who would love to cu'l ter at 671 Airport Road is
up ith you beside the open 11 30 a m -5 p.m Tues-,
Christmas tree. day-Friday. and 11 a.m-2
ifyoutrea cat lover, why pm. this Saturdas Christma.
not give yourself aChristmas Eve. Everyone at the Nassau
present of love for lifetime? Humane Sciety. wishes you
Open your home and your and your farril human.
heartto sweet little Kringle! feline and canine- a joyous
He's a black and white holiday season. Merry
Domestic Short Hair mix, Christmas!


RAIN.


Now, according to legend,
at least, Christ's birth
occurred at exactly mid- -
night. Inside the stable, the
animals watched in wonder
as the newborn babe was
lovingly wrapped in swad-
dling clothes and placed in a.
manger.
Suddenly, God gave voice
to the animals and immedi-
ately they began.to praise
God for the miracle they had
just seen. This went on for
several minutes and, just


before the entrance of the
shepherds 7-who had hur-
ried to the stable because
angels had told them the
Christ child had been born
there the animals agaip fell
silent. The only humans who
had heard them were Mary,
Joseph and, of course,'the
Christ child.
The Animals of RAIN
.. Humane Society would like
to wish everyone a very
SMerry Christmas. God bless
us all.


WEDNESDAY, December 21,2011 AROUND TOWN News-Leader



HOME & GARDEN BRIEFS


Farmers market
The Red Queen Cakery is
introducing her gourmet
Christmas cookies and
desserts on Dec. 24. Both
sugar and red velvet
Christmas cookies will be
available as well as Christmas
cookie jars, red velvet dippers,
chocolate mint and vanilla
spice eggnog whoopie pies
- and Oreo, eggnog and choco-
late mint cake pops.
Also at the market on,
Saturday will be Gabriella's
Tamales, just harvested let-
tuces, veggies, tomatoes,
radishes and more. The mar-
ket will be open, on both Dec.
24 and 31.
W'o sign up for the E-Mail
Newsletter, go to www.fernan-
dinafarmersmarket.com. The
markett is open every Saturday.
from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Seventh
and-Centre streets with farm-
fresh,produce as well as a
variety of organic products'
and specialty foods as well as
specialty tropical plants 'and
garden flowers. No pets. Call
'(904) 491-4872 or visit www.
fernandinafarmersmarketco
m. Visit www.ameliagarden.
corn for information about the:
2012 Amelia Island Garden
Show on Maich'3 and 4. :
Shellstalk
Join a park ranger to feai n
about the difference between
a conch and a whelk, orl '
: cockle and a clam on Dec 24
at 2 p.m. at the Ribault; Club
on Fort George Island Cdl-
tural State Park. Discover how
to identify many'of the fre-
quently found shells that wash
up on the Talbot Islands State
Parks shores. No reservations
needed. For information con-
tact the Talbot'Islands Ranger
Station at (904) 251-2320. Visit,
www floridastatepark-s org
Talbot artfact ,
The Talbot Islands have a
rich cultural history that dates
back over 5.000 years. Join a
park iang,-r for a look into
these past cultu s and the aiti-
facts they left behind on Dec
31 at 2 p.m. at the Ribaull
Club on Fort George Island
Cultural State Park. No resei-
vations are necessary and Ihc
,. program is free. For inft'ora-
tion-contact' ihe."'albr,t ',land- '


SUBMITTED
The Red Queen Cakery
will introduce her gourmet
Christmas cookies and
desserts on Dec. 24 at the,
Fernandina Farmers
Market.

Ranger Station at (904) 251-
2320. Visit www.floridas-
tateparks.org.
Citrusclass
On Jan. 11 from 10-11 a.m.,
County Extension Director/
Nassau Horticultkure Agent
Rebecca Jordi will conduct a
class on growing and main-
taining citrus plants, at the
Yulee Extension office, 86026
Pages Dairy,Road. The class
willrinclude hands-on instruc-.
tion'pruning the lemon and
orange trees, at the il.ce
Free and open to the public
Visit http://nassau.ifas ull.
edu/horticulture/landmat-
ters/landmatters.html, or.call
(904) 879-10,19 or.491-7340.
Walkin'Nassau
Evero.nne is welcome to
join Walkin' Nassau as it kicks
off the New Year with a club
meeting Jan. 12 at 6 p.m.
upstairs at Cafe Karibo on
North Third Street Dinner
will. be. available from the reg-
ular menu. Meeting starts at
6:30 p.m. to discuss howto
.participate in the club and
announce walking events for
January tln ough June:
Walking' Nassau is a non-com-
petitive walking club for any-
one who enjoys walking along
localbeaches, in state parks, ,
historic areas and through the
Egans Creek Greenway
Members enjQy social get-
togethers several times a year.
For information contact
Dyanne Hughes at 20&-44117'
or Email dythughes atl net
or Jane Baily at 2619.884 or
E mail:. dn bailey '.''' >mii d-
siprii' ;".O.3t', ,: .. l -. :T 3 T o iO' eI7T


STARS


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Christmas! This Sugar:is a 7-
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blond Chihuahua who, a little
shy at first, in a matter of min-
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Donations needed
The Nassau Humane
Society will soon open a
"gently used" store, Second
Chance, at 312 S. Eighth St.
Proceeds benefit homeless
animals at the NHS shelter
on Airport Road.
NHS is gratefully accept-
ing donations of clothing,'
household items, furniture,
books, etc. (please no com-
puters or TVs). The grand
opening is planned for next
month. Call Penny Landre-
gan at 277-1152 or (904) 537-
6564 for information or dona-
tion drop-off locations.
Display shelves and book-"
cases are also needed..
Kitty calendar
The Purr-fect Cats of Cats
Angels are together again in


a calendar for 2012,.with
"model" kitties featured each
month. Purchase one or
more at $10 each. They are
on sale at the Cats Angels
Thrift Store/Adoption
Center, 709 S. Eighth St.,
and the Fernafidina library.'
All proceeds support the
Cats Angels Spay/Neuter
Program.
KittyWishTree i;
The Kitty Wish Tree at
Cats Angels, 709 S. Eighth
St., is loaded with wish
cards; from cat food to
spay/neuters, cat toys and >
adoptions. The Cats Angels
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through Saturday, 11 .am.-5 '
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ACROSS
1. Presumptuously
daring
6. He has final say at
the plate
9. Where to get pam-
pered, pl.
13. Scoundrel
14. Needlefish
15. Diver's lung
16. Independent
African ruler
17. Big Island neck-
lace
18. Type of paint
19. *Deposed despot
21. *Atlantis was the
last one
23. Right-angle build-
ing extension
24. Another spelling
for #16 Across
25. Bon Jovi
28. Like Jekyll and
Hyde's personali-
ty
30. *Arab_
35. Stratfor-upon-
Shakespeare's
birthplace
37. 'The Man Who
Too Much"
39. Become estab-'
lished .
40. Holy Father
41. It cuts edge of
yard
43. __ Verde
National Park
44. A rooster to farm-
ers?
46. Ready and eager
47. Eurasian duck
48. Scandinavian,


e.g. '
50; It can be
wringed? .,-
52. Greed or sloth,
e.g. ,...
53. Diamonds or ,
hearts, e.g.
55. Nervous twitch-
ing
57. *They were super
61.*Royal beau
65. Autumn color
66. Witness
68. Polynesian king-
dom
69. Like a new car
70. Employ
71. Homework
assignment
72. *Pitched at
Occupy Wall
Street
73. 6th sense?
74. Reminiscent of
the past
DOWN
1. Big talk
2. "Rome" in Italy
3. Matured, as in.
wine
4. Like Elvis's
famous shoes
5. Official messenger
of news
6. Tangerine/grape-
fruit hybrid
7. Legendary West
8. Rainbow-produc-
ing device
9. Jazz singing
10. Stroke on a
green
11. Cain's unfortu-
nate brother
12. Original home of
the Saxons


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20. Stroke of luck
22. Her counterpart
24. Graceful or
refined,
25. *Site of nuclear
disaster
26. Convex,molding,
27. With no face
value
29. *Retired from "60.
Minutes"
31. Roentgen
Equivalent Man,:
pl.'
32. Particulars
33. One born to
Japanese immi-
grants
34. Chewed on
36. Smart but awk-
ward
38. "The Way We
42. Straight muscles
45. It loves company
49. Mixed breed
puppy
51. Out of__
54. October's "Time,"
e.g..
56. Bring to an end
57. Well-mannered
Emily
58. Heart feeling
59. Body part that
can double
60. Superman's last
name-
61. "Read'em and
62. In or of the pres-
ent month
63. Petri dish gel
64. __ Clinic
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WEDNESDAY, December 21. 2011 NEWS News-Leader


POLICE REPORT


This was written by Garrett
Pelican of the News-Leaderfrom
oral and written reports by the
Nassau County Sheriff's Office,
the city of Fernandina Beach
Police Department and other
agencies. Arrest indicates suspi-
cion of a crime, not guilt.
Anyone -iith information
about criminahctivity can con-
tact the Femrnandina Beach Police
Department at 277-7342 or the
Nassau County Sheriff's Office
qnonymously by calling 225-0147
in Yulee'andFernandina Beach
or 879-2136 in Callahan,
Hilliard and Bryceville. The "We
Tip" program 1.800-78CRIME
also allows callers to leave
anonymous tips.


A Fernandina Beach man
was arrested for aggravated bat-
tery on his pregnant girlfriend
about 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon,
according to a deputy's report
The man told deputies that
his pregnant, live-in girlfriend
had taken the keys to his car
and would not return them. To
get them. back, the'man told
deputies, he grabbed her
around the chest and took
them.
However, deputies said a
video of the incident showed


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the man allegedly grabbing his
girlfriend around the throat and
taking the keys, according to
the report .
Cornelius Roshawn Calvin,
25, of Fernandina Beach is
charged with aggravated bat-
tery on a pregnant victim. Bond
was set at $5,002.

Drugbust
A pair of Hilliard men was
arrested for cocaine possession
just after midnight Sunday,
according to a deputy's report.
Deputies said they were
serving an arrest warrantat a
Railroad Street residence when
they saw the pair seated in a
running vehicle. The driver had
an open beer can, deputies said.
While the driver exited the
vehicle, deputies saw a white
powder spilled on the seat,
according to. the report.
Deputies said the passenger,
tried to hide a small bag con-
taining more white powder as
he stepped out of the car.
The driver told deputies that
while the cocaine was not his,
he was in the process of snort-
ing it, the report said. The field
test of the powder yielded a pos-
itive result for cocaine, deputies
said.
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of 48033 Oleander Road,
Hilliard is changed with pos-
session of cocaine. Daniel
Anthony Nelson, 31, of 37363
Cody Circle, Hilliard is charged
with possession of cocaine.

DrugchaWges
A Callahan woman arrested
for domestic battery Saturday
evening was greeted with addi-
tional charges when she got to
jail, according to a deputy's
report .
Deputies arrested the
woman about 7 p.m. after they
determined she was the aggres-
sor in a physical fight with her
husband. While at the jail,
deputies searched the woman's
property and found a small plas-
tic bag containing pills, three
whole and one broken alprazo-
lam, a narcotic anti-anxiety med-
ication.
The woman allegedly told
deputies that a friend gave her
the pills to help her sleep and
that she did not have a pre-
scription for them, according to
the report
Gina Nachole Perret, 39, of
615550River Road, Callahan is'
charged with possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription, introduction of
contraband to a detention facil-
ity and domestic battery.

Statutory rape
A Yulee man was arrested.
before 11 a.m. Thursday for
lewd and lascivious'battery,
according to a deputy's report.
S.Deputies !said the man
allegedly had sex with two 14-
year-old victims Dec. 12 at an,
Arrigo Boulevard residence in


Fernandina Beach.
The victims gave investiga-
tors specific information about
the man, including burn scars
on his body, as well as accurate
descriptions of the residence
where the sex took place,
according to the report
Deputies said both victims
gave consistent reports.
Jeremy Paul Kuklinski, 29, of
86111 Knotted Oak Way, Yulee
is charged with lewd or lascivi-
ous battery. Bond was set at
$250,002.

Oub break-in
A thief broke into The Golf
Club at North Hampton early
Thursday and took several bot-
tles of liquor, according to a
deputy's report. ,
Responding to an alarm,
deputies found one glass' door
ajar and another. broken.
Deputies said the culprit broke
the right door with an unknown
object near the handle, reached
in and unlocked the deadbolt
on the other door:
The club manager told
deputies that 23 bottles of liquor
valued at $700 were stolen. He
said the alarm first activated at
5:11 a.m.,.deputies said. ,
; Deputies found partial prints,
"at the scene, according to the
report.
Their inves.igatiori is ongo-
ing.

Felonyreports
Monica Terri McCauley,
,36, 241847 CR 121, Hilliard,
Dec. 18, child neglect without-
great harm- bond $25,002, bat-
tery on medicalprovider -bond
.$50,002, domestic 'battery -


$5,002, disorderly intoxication -
bond $1,502.""
Milford Roy Castleberry
Sr., 45, 22090 Crews Road,
Hilliard, Dec. 17, violation of
probation obtain controlled
substance.
Jack Wesley Tyson, 27,
10132 Mulberry Landing
Annex,.Hilliard, Dec. 16, bur-
glary, grand theft.
William Arlie Winebarger,
29, 86119 Worthington Drive,
Yulee, Dec. 16, Nassau Cpunty
warrant, violation of probation-
grand theft.
I* Tony Carl ,McBee, 23,
96718 Cayman Circle,
Fernandina Beach,.Dec. 16,
Nassau County warrant, viola-
tiop of probation sale. and'
delivery of cocaine, assault -
bond.$5,002, criminal mischief
-bond $1,002.
Brian Christopher Rue,
31, 37417 Libby Road, Hilliard,
Dec. 15, violation of probation -
sale of marijuana- bond SI,002,
Nassau County warrant
Andrew Scott Avtes. 25,
86540-Britt Lynn Lane #20,
Yulee, Dec. 15, molest victim
less than 12,years by someone
18 years or older, violation of
,.probation.
Gary Jerome Voll,- 48.
44034 'McDeqdree Drive,
Callahan,' Dec. 15, Nassau
Countywarrant, unemnploerient
fraud bond 85,002.
Henry Joseph Lannon,
27, 1702 Atlantic Ave.,
Fernandina Beach. Dec. -.15,
Nassau County warrant, viola-
tion of probation possession of
controlled substance, posses-
sion of cocaine.:. 1 :
Samuel Brunson Terry,
36. 1562 Inverness Road,
Fernandina Beach, Dec. 15,


Nassau County warrant, viola-
tion of probation, fleeing and
attempting to elude, driving
under the influence, driving
while license suspended or
revoked.
Steven Artemus Gordon,
31, 54032 Hurst Road, Callahan,
Dec. 14, possession of metham-
phetamine, possession of mari-
juana.
Gailya Lynn Hardin, 51,
1811 Drury Road, Fernandina
Beach, Dec. 14, Nassau County
warrant, sale and delivery of
methamphetamine bond
$25,002.
0 Matthew Howard Skinner,
24, 3125 .South 14th .St.,
Fernandina Beach,'Dec. 14,,
dealing in stolen property -
bond $10,002.
Jose Reynaldo Jimenez,
40,710 Vernon St., Fernandina
,Beach, Dec. 13, felony domestic
battery.
Brandon Joseph Claxton,
20, 85127 Harts Road,, Yulee,
Dec. 13, Nassau County,war-
rants, violation of probation -
burglary, violation of probation
-grand theft.
Christopher Lee Oneal,
23,828 Division St.L, Fernandina
Beach, Dec. 13, Nassau County'
warrants, violation of probation
burglary, domestic assault -
bond $502.
r Edward Gene.Patterson
Jr., 53, 404 South, 17th St.,
Fernandina Beach, Dec. 12,
Nassau County warrant pos-
session of controlled substance
-bond $25,002.
Scott Edward Haymen, 24,
86128 Melissa Road, Yulee. Dec.
12, Nassau County warrant, vio-
lation of probation possession
of controlled substance.
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Rules reled for some water users


As part of the .St. Johns
River Water Management
District's work to make its
permitting process more effi-
cient, the district's Governing
Board voted to approve con-
sumptive use permitting
changes that will save applicants
time and money,while, main-
taining the District's commit-


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mentito, environmental.protec-
tionr.
.Consumptive, use permits,
(CUPs) allow water to be with-,
drawn' from groundwater or sur-
face water for reasonable bene-
'ficial uses such as public
supply in a manner that does
not interfere with existing legal
uses and protects water
resources from harm.
District staff had identified
-.se-vei al :ia ea- for improvement
:n pei ruining rules, including
expanding the modification of
permits "by letter, reducing
reporting requirements for
small water users and simplify-'


ing the water use type cate-
gories.
Under the new rules, the
types of CUP modifications that.
can be. requested by letter will
be expanded This simplified
.modification process will
streamline the permitting tasks
for applicants as well as District.
staff. .
Water users with allocations
i of less than 100,000 gallons per
daN will no longer be required to
stubmiit setniannu'al water use
reports. under, the new rules.
Instead, they will submit an
"Annual Statement' of
Continuing Use" card that will


contain several easily answered
questions
In addition, the number of
water use types will be reduced
from 23 to seven to simplify the
;process..-
"The District recognized the
opportunity to improve the CLIP
process," said Governing Board
Chairman Lad Daniels. "This
new process takes greater
advantage of technology, specif-
,_jcally the Internet and personal
computerr fun'tk6nB','to improve
the speed of processing appli-
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COURT REPORT


The following report was compiled by Angela
Daughtry, News-Leader staff, from the Dec. 15
court docket of Circuit Court Judge Robert M.
Foster.
Kenneth Wayne Beverly pleaded not guilty
to two counts of burglary of a structure or con-
veyance, obstructing or opposing an officer with-
out violence and petit theft.
Johnny Lee Brown Jr. pleaded not guilty to
trespassing and grand theft.
Kimberly Ann Collins pleaded guilty to pos-
session of a controlled substance without a pre-
scription and adjudication was withheld. On a
charge of driving under the influence of alcohol
. or drugs she pleaded. guilty, was adjudicated
guilty and sentenced to 12 months probation and
ordered to enroll in DUI school and take part in
a victims impact panel within 30 days, undergo
a ~lrug and alcohol evaluation within 60 days and
follow up with recommended treatment, and per-,
form 50 hours of community service at 5 hours
per month. Her driver's license was suspended.
for 12 months, her vehicle impounded for 10
days and she must pay $916 in court costs.;
Marion David Crawford pleaded not guilty
to possession of methadone with intent to sell-
N Leroy Donnell D.erpps pleaded guilty to
sale or delivery of cocainb'apd wda adjudicated
guilty.' He was sentencedid six years in a state
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prison with credit for time served and ordered to
pay $498 in court costs, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and $100 to the State Attorney's
Office.
Michael Dubberly pleaded not guilty to fail-
ure to comply with sex offender requirements.
Jennifer Renee Embree pleaded not guilty
to grand theft.
Freddie Lee Ephron pleaded guilty to tres-
passing and grand theft and was adjudicated
guilty. He was sentenced to time served in Nassau
County Jail and ordered to pay $398 in court
costs, $150 to the Public Defender's Office and
$100 to the State Attorney's Office.
Kama Shante Gainey pleaded not guilty to
possession of a listed chemical and habitual driv-
ing with a license that is suspended or revoked.
John Anthony Garrison pleaded guilty to a
lesser-included charge of assault and was adju-
dicated guilty. He was sentenced to 12 months
probation with no victim contact and early ter-
mination after six months if in full compliance, 25
hours of community service at five hours per.
month, must for feit a pistol to the Nassau County
Sheriff's Office and pay $352 in surcharges, 8203
in court costs and 850 to the State Aiturne's
- Office.
Christy Irene Harphlnm pleaded riot guilty
to sale or delivery of cocaine.


William Richard Holley pleaded not guilty.
to habitual driving while license is suspended or
revoked.
M Cynthia Alexandrea Jarrett was served an
affidavit and pleaded guilty to violation of proba-
tion on a charge of habitual driving while license
is suspended or revoked and was adjudicated
guilty. Probation was revoked and terminated
and she was sentenced to ohe year of Community
Control Level I and must complete all conditions
of original probation as a special condition.
Vincent Joseph'Jones was served an affi-
davit and pleaded guilty to violation of probation
on a charge of habitual driving while license is
suspended or revoked, and adjudication was reaf-
firmed. He was sentenced to 30 days in Nassau
County Jail with credit for 24 days served.
Probation was extended four months with origi-
nal conditions and he must submit to a drug eval-
uation within 60 days and follow up with any rec-
ommended treatment.
Jeffery Earl Kohlenberger pleaded not
guilty to domestic battery and felony domestic
battery witl) sri anglation
Scott Keith Kruer submitted'a written plea
of not guilty to possession of child prihography.
Renee Ellen Lockard pleaded rinot guilty to
sale ot mat ijuana within, 1,000 feet of a church,


school or park.


Terrence Jerome McKnight pleaded not
guilty to driving while license is suspended, giv-
ing a false name or I.D. and forgery.
Vance Aaron Morgan pleaded not guilty to
habitual driving while license is suspended or
revoked and attaching a license tag improperly or
not assigned.
Brandon.Wesley Tripp pleaded guilty for
convenience on Dec. 1 to felony battery and was
adjudicated guilty. He was sentenced to six
months in Nassau County Jail with credit for
time served followed by 54 months probation
and was ordered to pay $352 in surcharges, $398
in court costs, and $100 to'the'State Attorney's
Office, plus.medical expenses and counseling
expenses.for his family.
Amelia Lynn Wagner pleaded notguilty to
two counts of grand theft of more than $300 but
less than $5,000.
Margaret Foureman Well pleaded guilty
for convenience to a false report of child abuse or
abandonment and adjudication was. withheld.
She was sentenced to 12. months probation, with
no direct or indirect contact with the victim or vic-
tim's family, and was ordered to pay $398 in court
costs, $250 to-the Nassau County Volunteer
Center and $100 to the State Attorney's Office.
Probation may be transferred to Virginia
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hammer attack on woman


A Fernandina BeaCh 'man Jones, 37,
'was sentenced to 15 y'eas in o u t s i d e.
prison after he pleaded gulfy to When asked
attempted second-degree"mur- what was
der in a hammer assault oh his going on,
girlfriend .-i Jones told
Terrell Jevon Jones plead- police to
ed guilty to a lesser-incltided handcuff him
charge of attempted second- because he
degree murder. He was sen- ..Jones . had hit his
tenced to 15 years in a state girlfriend in
prison, with credit for time the head with
served since his arrest.' a hammer, the report stated.
Restitution is to be paid when As police escorted Jones to
the amount is determined. He. the patrol car, he allegedly told
was ordered to pay $398, n. police his girlfriend, was in the
court costs, 8352 in surcharges, upstairs bedroom.
$150 to the Public Defender's. Police investigated and
Office 'and S100 to the State reportedly found the 2?-year-
Attorney's Office .. old woman lying on the bed.
Police and fire, rescue bleeding and unconscious from
" responded to 212 South 13th multiple head wounds
St at 2:45 a.m. Aug. 18 after a According to the report, her
. report of an assault and found face was extremely swollen and


she was unresponsive but
moaning. Police also observed
blood spatters and pools of
blood, around the bed, the
report staled.
The woman was transported
to Shands Hospital in
Jacksonville with life-threatn-
ing injuries and whs listed in
critical but stable condition
Jones was arrested urigi-
nally for aggravated battery and
transported to the Nassau
County Jail. His bond was set at
$500,002 According to police,
this was not the first case of
domestic violence between the
victim and Jones. Jones was
also charged with domestic bat-
tery in February, Huiley said.
He was adjudicated guilty arid
convicted in that case. accord-
ing to court records, and
ordered.to pay ir,,ns and fees.


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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21,2011
NEWS-LEADER / FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA


RAINEYDAY


F-H, ',T' FM e'' FuTiH ,N.F -NE -.'-? LEL.. El;
Thursday was Kelvin Rainey's last day of school at Yulee High School and faculty and fellow students gathered for a pep rally to honor the senior's
achievements. Rainey, who met his graduation requirements at Yulee, will start classes at the University of South Carolina in January, where he
will also play football. Rainey is the first division-one athlete from Yulee High School and the first SEC player from Nassau Count)y since 2002.
"He will be playing the tight end-wide receiver position at South Carolina," said Bobby Ramsay, head football coach at Yulee High School. "They
feel like haaanppor.uity o-play in. the fall if he does well in.dL.spring. C.iach-SpurrierJr,-4id tr-eat jolb-ecruiting-Lhm.Ho-wvl-be -hard for
us to replace, no question." Rainey rushed for 513 yards, scored five touchdowns, had four receptions for 80 yards, 72 tackles, seven for a loss,
four interceptions and three quarterback sacks this season for Yulee. His family gathers as Rainey signs with the Gamecocks, top. Ramsay watch-
es his first division-one recruit pen with South Carolina, left Rainey and his grandmother, Lillie Mae Johnson, share a smile, center, and a hug,
right. Also pictured, top. are brother Antario Rainey. aunt Erneshia Smith and Jon and Stephanie Camp.


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Matanzas
BETHIONES
News-Leader

The Pirates captured
back-tu-back win- over the
weekend; beating Matanzas
68-55 Friday and.Bishop
Snyder-50-46,Saturday.
.Jordani McIntosh paced
the Fernandina Beach High
School boys basketball
tean with 18 points, seven
rebounds, an assist, a block
and two steals. Teammate
David Booker had 16 points
and Fabian Pe-tiavic .
chipped in 11. Tyler Somo-
ra pulled d.,'wn five boardd;
and Booker had six steals
Casey Mack had fiv, assists
for the Pirates. :-'
In Saturday's win at -
Bishop Snidr,-, L..gan
Vend'ola was the t,:op sc..i -r
with 17 points. McIntdsh
had 14 rebounds to.go
along witli nine points.and
three blocks Booker also
liad nine points Somora
had sev':n b:ai( ds.:
The Pirates rebounded
from Thursday's 57-53 loss
to Trinity Christian
Vendola had 16 points.
five rebounds, five assists
and a steal. Mcintosh had
12 points, eight rebounds,
six blocks. an assist and a
steal. Jared Pauls scored
nine points Mack had thr.,-

The Pirate.s ar_ back in
action tonight at hornet with
Wolfson High School. The
junior varsity game is at 6
p.m. Varsity tilt is at'7:30
p.m.
The.FBHS I ady
Pirates lost 69-41 to Stanton
College PreparatorySchool
Thursday. Chi Duenas
sc-,rLf-1d l', points to lead the
Lady Pirates.
\ Lizzie Leipau was the
top scorer in the junior var-
sity's 32-23 victory.


Kinsey recovers from heart attack during Reindeer Run


ED I-iARDEE
"FortheA\'eous Leader. .

The anst thing Walt Kin se
remembels from his 13-mile
Reindeer Run is glancing at
his watch with just a block to:
go and thinking: This isgoing
to be my fastest half-
marathon ever.
S He has no memory of
what followed until he awoke.
the next day, staring in disbe-
lief at the ceiling of a Jackson-
ville hospital's intensive care
unit .
He doesn't remember col-
lapsing frbm sudden cardiac
arrest, fewer than 200 steps
from the finish line. He can't
recall the urgent efforts of
-paramedics to.shock his heart
back to life and stabilize him
for a trip to -Baptist Medical
Center"Nassau nor the heli-
copter flight to Baptist in
Jacksonville.
He never saw the runners
who dropped to their knees
and prayed for him while the
life-or-death drama played
out, amid a backdrop of a fes-,
tive new Christmas race on a
bright Saturday mortling at
-Main Beach.
He does know this first-
hand: "I'm glad to be alive."
He is thankful for everyone
who helped him. And he is
glad to be a runner. That was
one of several factors that
remarkably came together on
the morning of Dec. 3 to help
save Walt Kinsey's life.
'The odds were really in
his favor that day," says Fern-
andina Beach Emergency
Medical Services Chief Fino
Murallo. Most victims of sud-
den cardiac arrest are not so
- lucky: "The average survival
is 6-7 percent."
Kinsey, 61, a retired secu-
rities attorney from Washing-
ton, D.C., who now lives in
Jacksonville, has been a run-
ner most of his life. He turned
to distance running in the last
2 1/2 years, including three
marathons (26.2 miles each)
and foUr half-marathons. He
lifts \,'.ights. watches his
weight.
A few years ago he went
through a battery of medical


.'sts ,, -istablish a bas-lirn -
"My wife mad- mr" lost '25
pounds, g., his chIlester,.,I
Lund ie c.,ntr .l. had r_-Lul ar
routine checkups During his,
-runs rthri was no dizziness.
no shoIrtness of br':aih -
nothing 1, ir',licat that some-
thiin night be- wi ong
\Vh,:n a neighb...r t,:,l'li hirri
jb'-,tLl :a ne-' half-iairatuh':n inr
F- ariandinra Be'ach. hl- sigrind
up As a mnmb-r ,if N''orthl
Fl'rida's 2 W ith "C'o.nrin-
Galloway training group, he
had -run here before.
Sit was a normal day for
mn-." Kins:y ays "I g,'t ip.
di ,A,', -over h',-,r ,, .,l-Ja ks,:,nr illh .
and felt good. The gun wcnti
off, I felt good, I was running
and having a god 1 i nie It's a
great course, and I remember
seeing kids obt ringing bells,
.sp,_ctat,:,rs cheeriing.
A phutograph take n at
mile three shows youthful
looking runner in black and
red, smiling tI.ward I lhi cam-,
era.
e About an hour and 54 min-
utes after the race began, he
was back at its Main Beach
staging area. The course had
taken hinm ..ui Norti l Fletcher.
Avenue anri.l back. thren
through F.,.rl Clinch State
Park and Old Town
Fernandina and back again.
"The last thing I remem-
ber was seeing the finish line,
looking at my Garmin and
thinking, 'Wow I'm going
to have a PR (personal
record) right here,' so I want-
ed to kick it in," Kinsey said.
When he went down, strik-
ing his head on the pavement,
-he was only 10-20 yards from
a rescue unit that race organ-
izers had arranged to be sta-
tioned near the finish line.
Manning the unit were para-
medics Jared Lamar and
Marcus Carter, who work out
of Fernandina Beach's 14th
Street fire-rescue station.
Sorcha French, an emer-
gency room nurse at the
Fernandina Beach hospital,
had already finished the half-
marathon ahd knew that her
time of 1:35:19 had made her
the third-place woman overall.
During her post-race cool-


do:wrn she" had ,kingly gl eet-
ed Lamar and Carter. whi.m n
she knew "I said, 'Parame-
dics! I need a praerricdK! I "
just finished a'half-maratlhon'"
She left the finish line area
for a while and was walking
back'fdr a p)si-rurtn massage
when ac:mrnpani,.n saw Kin-
sey collapse. "He said, 'Oh my
G...-1. a guy ii-l fil looked,
andr h was tac -'' rin."
As she ran toward him,
she again called for the para-
medics this time, for real.
""He was lying there, bleed-
ing. I wasn't sure if he had
tripped. P. .ple said. he fell. I
knelt down, and I realized he
was unconscious. I'was
checking for a pulse, and the,
thought went through my
head, This is going to b,6
worse than a fall.'"
Kinsey was in full cardiac
'arrest. Quickly. bh_ paranle-
dics moved the rescue unit
into position to give'them
access to equipin-rni .irnboard
The off-duty nurse advised
them: No pulse.
Lamar rolled the,fallen
runner onto his back and
Carter began CPR chest com-
pression.
Aboard the rescue unit
was a portable, high-tech
device that combines a heart
monitor and a defibrillator.
Lamar attached two elec-
trodes to Kinsey's body and
saw on the screen what he'd
hoped to see that Kinsey's
condition should respond to a,
jolt of electricity through the
electrodes. In the language of
paramedics, he had a "shock-
able rhythm."
"He basically got his life
back there on the ground
when we shocked him,"
Lamar says. Even for the
*paramedics, who are trained
to stay focused on their mis-
sion, "it can be pretty emo-
tional."
Murallo, the EMS chief,
says there is a brief window of
time when the odds are high-
est for successfully resuscitat-
ing a victim of sudden cardiac
arrest and leaving the person
without permanent damage.
With every minute that pass-
es, the odds of survival drop


PHOTOS BY ED HARDEE/SPECIAL
Reindeer Run co-director Susie DeMille, paramedics Jared Lamar and Marcus Carter
and EMS Chief Fino Murallo, top, along with the type of device the paramedics used to
"shock" Kinsey's heart Race organizers presented all of the crew who responded that
day with Reindeer Run T-shirts and'gave Kinsey a finisher's medal "He earned it,"
DeMille said and a membership in Amelia Island Runners. "He's one of us now,"
she said. Left, Walt Kinsey, middle, with Carter and Lamar at the 14th Street fire-res-
cue station last Thursday. Kinsey made good on a promise to thank them "and hug,
their necks." Right, Walt Kinsey at mile three of the 13.1-mnile Reindeer Run half-
marathon Dec. 3.


by 10 percent. The golden
window is 3-5 minutes. Kinsey
was within the window.
"It's hard to say because
there was so much going on,
but I'd guess it was 1 1/2 to 2
minutes," French says. "It
seemed a lot longer."
Lamar and French
resumed CPR as additional


units arrived with support
crew from the 14th Street sta-
tion to help stabilize Kinsey
and move him from the street
to the rescue unit. Gone are
the days when the goal of an
ambulance crew was to rush
a patient to the ER before
treatment could begin; now,
patients are stabilized before


they receive a slow, safer ride
to the hospital.
It was 18 minutes from the
first call for paramedics until
the rescue unit departed. And
while the rescue crew was
increasingly hopeful that their
patient would survive, the

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OUTDOORS


WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2011/NEWS-LEADER


Mrozek the NSFA angler of the year


"We really had a great year," said John
Hartrich, Nassau Sport Fishing Association
president. "What was really nice, we- had an
increase in membership. And what a great
year we had starting off with the annual Drum
Tournament, our food booth at the annual
Shrimp Festival, our brand-new Nassau Sport'
Fishing Association' Fishing Rodeo, surf fish-
ing tournament, the youth fishing tournament
and our annual trout tournament. We also had
excellent attendance for our monthly covered
'dish dinner and guest speaker.
"However, our biggest function is the fish-
of-the-month competition; at
the end of the year, our club
member with the most points-
is crowned Nassau Sport',
Fishing Association's angler
of the year. This event really
showcases the best fisher-
men in our club. And this'
year there was no question:
Karl Mrozek was our best.
OUTDOORS .fisherman."
S ---....- Mrozek and his wife
Ter yacOSS Marilyn moved permanently'
Terrylacoss to Amelia Island in 2009; they
,live close to some of the island's best fishing,
Marsh Lakes.
"I have a small boat that Ifish from on
Marsh Lake, where bass to six pounds have
given me plenty of fishing challenges," ,
.Mrozek said. "I also have a 21-foot Scout salt- ,
i ater boat called 'Excitation.'".
; In winning angler of the year, Mrozek-
Sweighed in eligible species each month of this
fishing season, except for January and July.
Fishernien receive up to four points for the
ish of the month with a point for fourth place,
two points for third and four points for first. '
S: Mrozekweighed in the largest cobia at
S44.5 pounds, largest dolphin at13.14 pounds ,
and largest pompanio at 1.88 pounds and :
largest flounder at 4.64-pounds. Eight more
; points were awarded for fish Mrozek weighed
i n, giving him atotalof 24 points and the
angler-of-the-year award.
Mrozek was also very diverse in catching ..'
his winning fish by being able to beach fish,
... backwater fisharid fish offshore. This is truly'.
i test for the best fisherman in the club by
being able to catch quality game fish from a
wide variety of saltwater habitats
Tournament chairman John Riegler award-
S ed Mrozek angler-of-the-year honors during
Nassau Sport Fishing Association's annual
Christmas party. This year's Christmas party
v was held at Cafe Karibo.
: DoriWhitman weighed in the largest
sheepshead at 8.9 pounds for top honors du-
ingthe month of January Al Sitnick took top
sea bass honors during the month of
February. Lou Nazzeo weighed in the largest


whiting for February.and March at 1.14
pounds and 1.08 pounds, respectively. Past'
angler of the year Bob Gastor weighed in the
largest for the month of September at 7.5
pounds while Joe Wise weighed in the largest
trout at 2 42 pounds for November.
The Nassau Sport Fishing Association, a
501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization was
established in 1983. The club promotes saltwa-
ter fishing in Nassau County. encourages com-
pliance with rules of water safety while sup-
porting youth-related community activities. It
hosts the annual Southern Kingfish
Association kingfish tournament (Fernandina
Beach Fishing Rodeo), black drum tourna-


FHi,'TC-s 1Y TEr<'i LAC0s. SPeF IAL
John Riegler presents Karl Mrozek, left top, with the.
Nassau Sport Fishing Association's angler.-of-the-year
trophy. Members compete'each month for the fish-of-the-
month award and, at the end of the year, the member
with the most points takes home the club's highest
achievement award. Left, NSFA President John
Hartrich, left, and News-Leader publisher Foy Maloy,
right, present Zach Skipper with the NSFA junior angler
award. Above, Capt. Allen Mills has served as NSFA
past president and trout tournament director.


ment, trout tournament and supports the blue-
water tournament.
The NSFA supports the community in
many ways. Each spring the club partners
with the Florida Fish and Wildlife
'Conservation Commission to host the youth
fishing clinic at Fort Clinch State Park; every
participant takes home a rod and reel and fond
memories of a day of fishing.
Through the year's fundraising efforts, the
NSFA is generous in giving back ti, the com-
munity. It provides two annual college scholar-
ships, supports the Fernandina Beach. High
School Business Partnership, Big Biothers
Big Sisters; FBHS and Yulee High School


swim teams, NSFA Educational Programming
and Ri-cf Development and others.
The club hosts a covered dish social on the
fourth Wednesday of the month at the Kraft
Athletic Club iTen AcresI. In addition t.:. a
great meal, the NSFA invites a guest speaker
to offer its members educational tips on fish-
ing, boat safety and legislative updates
There are approximately 7'. active mem-
bers in the club. If you would like to become a
mernber, contact Deborah Bicgs i104) 206-
0817 or visit wwx FishN5FA.com. Joe Wise is
the dlub secretary and plays a huge 'r ile in the
many fish club's functions, particularly the
NSFA Fishing Rodeo.


S RECREATION RO. .W..
ihe city of Fernandina Cost is $3 a day, $25 a are available through the
Beach Recreation Depart- month for city residents instructor. Register at the
rnent (city'website-www.fbfl. ($31 25 non-city), $120for Atlanitic Recreation Center.
us) offers: sixth months ($150 non-city) Lap swim is from 6-9
Winter adult basketball or $180 for 12 months ($225 a.m. ;and noon to 3 p.m. Mon-
league registration is open non-city) Personal training is day through Friday at Atlantic
through Jan. 6 at the Atlantic available Fee is $30 per ses- Center. Cost is $2 a day.
Center Games are on Mon- sibn, $75 per week (three ,Fernandina Beach
day and Thursday nights at sessions) or $200 a month ', Scuba Club meets at 6 p m
Peck Gym. Teams must have' (Two sessions per week for the second Friday at the
matching colors (check avail- four weeks) Dietary analysis Atlantic Avenue Recreation
ability when registering) and food program. Call Jay at Center pall Kathy Russell,
Team fee is $250 and due 277-7364 753-1143, or e-mail krus-
Jan..6. Contact Jay Adult volleyball is from 7- sell@fbfl.org.:
Robertson at 277-7350, ext. 9 p.m Tuesdays and Fridays Aqua 1 water aerobics is
2013, or jrobertson@fbfl org at Peck Gym. Cost is $2 per ,.,from 10-10.55 a.m week-
". *Gymnastics and tum-. day for city residents ($5 days at the Atlantic Center
bling for cheer classes are non) ... pool. Deep water aerobics
held at the Peck Center. Open basketball is Mon- aqua iitness bells required)
Classes Tuesdays are for days and Wednesdays from is Mondays, Wednesdays
Tiny Tumbles from 3.30-4 11 a.m to 5 15 p m Thurs- .'.andFridays from 11 1l :55
p m intermediate gymnas- days from 11 am to 7pm am Cost is $50 per month
tics from 4-5 p.m.; and begin- and weekends from 11 a m. (city residents; and $62.50
ning gymnastics from 5-15- to 4p.m. at Peck Gym. (non-city) for one class per
6 15 p.m Thursday's classes Coed exercise is from dy, $60 (city residents) and
are from 4-4 55 p.m. for 6 30-730 p m Tuesdays and $75 (non-city) for two class-
beginning gymnastics and Thursdays at the MLK 'es; or $5 for one class, $10
cheer tumbling from 5:15- Center Fee is $2 per class for two. '.
6:15 p m. Annual fees are : (city), $3 (non-city). Atlantic Center pool.pub-
$10 to the city and $12 to Check out Central Park lic swim is from from 3-6 p.m.
AAU for insurance Tuition is tennis court keys at the weekdays t,$2.i and from
-$99 for 10,weeks for an hour Atlantic Avente Recreation -noon to 5.p.m. Weekends"
per week for city residents Center ($5 deposit, refund- ($3).
:($120 non-city) Instructor is able if returned within a year).. For PADI open water
Shari Riepe. Call (904) 404- Shot6kan karate classes scuba certification, partici-
.6758 or visit www.freshspiri- for ages 6 and up with in- pants must provide masks,
tadventures.com. *'structor Jerry Williamson are snor-kels, fins, booties and
Peck Gym weighttroom from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Monday weight belts. Fee is $250.
is.open from 11 a.m. to.7 and Wednesdays in the Peck (additional fee for check-out
p.m., Monday through Friday 'Center auditorium. Fee is dives)..Registernat Atlantic
and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. $40 monthly for city residents. Center. Call Kathy Russell at
Saturday and Sundays. ($45 for non-city). Uniforms 277-7350.


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Tides, Sun & Moon: December 21-2S, 2011


Sunrise 7:20A Low 2:14A -0.69'
Sun. Moonrise 8:OOA High9:05A 7:75'
12/25 sunset 5:30P Low 3:00 P -0,37'
Moonset 6:46P High 9:17P 6.58'

M on. Sunrise 7:21A Low 3:03A -0:55'
Moonrise 8:46A High 9.53A 7:59'
I 2/26 Sunset 5:31P Low 3:47P -0.26'
Moonset 7:49P High 10:06P. 6.53'
sunrise 7:21A Low 3:51A -0.28'
S UeS. Moonrise 9:27A High 10.39A 7:30'.
12/27 Sunset 5:32P Low 4:32 p -0.06'
1 7 Moonset 8:50P High 10:54P 6.42'
W ed. Sunrise 7:22A Low4:38A 6.10'
W ed. Moonrise 10:03A High 1ll:23A 6:94'
12/2.8 Sunset 5:32'P Low 5:17P 0.21'
L 2 1 Moonset 9:49P High 11:40 P 6.27'
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Holidaygift forboats
The Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commis-
sion has a suggestion for any-
one shopping,for a boater this
holiday. A niew, comfortable
life jacket/makes an ideal gift,.
and it could save someone's
life.
Belt-pack and suspender
life jackets are inflatable.
Some inflate automatically
When a person falls into the
water, while others inflate
after, the wearer pulls a cord.
Prices of the belt-pack and
suspender life jackets start at
' approximately $60.
One of the main responsi-
bilities for FWC officers is '
helping residents and visitors
boat safely. They'often check
boaters for adherence to safe-
ty regulations and educate
them about safe boating prac-
tices.
For information, visit My
FWC.com/Boating or call
(850) 488-56?0.

FWCupsbaglimit
Recreatibnal anglers tar-.
geting red drum in northern
Florida can soon take home
more of the popular fish,
thanks to .a change approved
Nov. 16 by the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission.,
The decision came during
the first day of the two-day
November commission meet-
ing in Key Largo.
The changes take effect
Feb. 1 and include follow-
ing:
Create three manage- '
ment areas for red drum (the
northwest, the northeast and
the south) instead of one
statewide management area;
Increase the number of
red drum that a recreational
fisherman can take per day in
the northeast and northwest
regions of the state, from one
to two red drum;


Establish a statewide .
vessel limit of eight red drum;
Limit.the number of red
drum that can be transported
on land to six red drum per
person.
These rule changes are
the result of a successful man-
agement strategy that began
in 1989,'when the species was
considered severely over-
'fished.-
'This is our version of hav-
ing a listed protected species
and being able to take it off
that list. This is a success
story," said Commissioner
Brian nYablonski about the
increased recreational fishing
opportunity. "if ever there
was a moment to give back,
this is it."
A 2009-10 red drum stock.
assessment completed by the
Florida Fish and Wildlife .
Research Institute showed'
that red drum escapement
rates (the proportion of fish
surviving through age 4 rela-
tive to the number that would
have survived to that age if
there were no fishery) have
'been consistently above the
FWC's 40-percent manage-
ment goal in the northern
regions of the state.
Other recreational red
drum rules will remain the /
same, including a slot limit of
18 to 27 inches and a one-red-
drum bag limit in the south-
ern part of the state.
F6r information on red
drum fishing visit MyFWC.
com/Fishing, click on
"Saltwater Fishing" and then
"Recreational Regulations."

AUXhaiymeets
The U.S. Coast Guard Aux-
iliary, Amelia Island Flotilla
14-1, meets the first Thursday
of each month in the Amelia
Island Lighthouse Cottage,
located on O'Hagan Lane,
between 215 and 217 Light-
house Circle.
The auxiliary is a volun-


teer organization promoting
boating safety; new members
are welcome. Call 261-1889
for information.

TextheFWC
The Wildlife Alert.Rewar 1
Program has helped the ,
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
Catch thousands of violators
through- phone calls and
* online submissions from the
public. Now, it is employing
-an additional method: text
messaging.
The nonprofit, reward-
based program'was created
30 years ago to encourage cit-
izens to report fish and
wildlife law violations. The
program offers rewards in
exchange for information
leading to arrests.
Members of the public can
call the Wildlife Alert Hotline
or go to MyFWC.com/Wild
lifeAlert to report known or
suspected violations. Now,
they cap also text Tip@My
FWC.com. Most cell phones
now allow users to send text
messages directly to an email
address; standard usage fees
may apply.
To report violations by
phone, call 888-404-FWCC
(3922).

NSFAmeets
The Nassau Sport Fishing
Association meets at 7 p.m.
the second and fourth Wed-
nesdays of the month at the
Ten Acres Kraft Athletic Club.
Call Deborah Briggs at
206-0817 or visit www.fishns-
fa.com for information on the
NSFA.

BasMsastersmeet
Nassau Bassmasters, asso-
ciated with the Florida Bass
Federation and the Bass
Federation, meets the third
Thursday in Yulee. Mem-
bership is open to everyone
16 years old and older. ,
Call Bob Schlag at (912)
729-2282, Aaron Bell at (904)
545-5092 or Tim McCoy at
261-3735 for more informa-
tion.

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Sunset 528P Low 11:31 P -0.43'

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I /f21 Moonset 3.37P
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TEEING UP IN AMAICA


SUBMITTED
Amelia National head professional Jack Aschenbach, second right, and the American
Airlines-sponsored team led by Andrew Rowe, left, and guests Sal Deluca and Ben
Rodriguez, right, in Montego Bay at the recently concluded sixth annual Jamaica
Invitational Pro-Am "Annie's Revenge" presented by Nike Golf. The 54-hole champi-
pnship event, which concluded Dec. 10, featured, for a sixth consecutive year, a field
of more than 25 pro-am teams representing golf clubs from across the U.S., Canada
and Europe, The event, hosted for the first time by Iberostar Grand Rose Hall, was
played on two of Jamaica's championship golf courses, Cinnamon Hill and White
Witch in Montego Bay. Pros competed for $10,000 in prize money while amateurs
were awarded an array of prizes donated by official sponsors.



Schroeder crowned queen of tees


The "game of the day" for,
the Fernandina Beach
Women's Golf Association
Dec. 13 was low gross/low
net in each flight with the
overall.low net winner
crowned the Queen of Tees
for December.
The first flight winner of
low gross was Mary Poole
with a score of 77; low net
winner was Kathleeni Walker -
with 69. Winner of low gross
in the second flight was Mary
Ann Schroeder with a score
of 89; low net was Sherril
Boyer with. a 70.
The third flightwinner for
low gross was Sue Simpson
with a score of 95; there was a
three-way tie for low net
between Nancy Speck, Pat
Aylor and Javene Lamb, who
all shot a net 73. The fourth
flight low gross winner was
Helen Hirsch with a score of
98; low net score of,70 went to
Terri Wright. '
The fifth flight low gross
winner was Nancy Pollock
with a score of 102; there was
a tie for low net between
Jayne Paige and Pat Gibbs,
who each shota low net of 75.
Low gross. in the sixth flight
went to Joyce Tontiwith a 108
with a low net of 71 going, to
Pat Johnson.
Schroeder was crowned
the Queen of Tees for the
month of December with a
best overall ldw net score of
65.

Men'sblitz
Fifty-six players showed
up last Wednesday for a great
day of golf at the Fernandina
Beach GoYfClub. Paul Hen-
sler Sli and D D Miller i90)


GOLF NEWS


shared top honors at plus 10.
Three players tied foi the
third spot with a plus 8.
The first-place team
included Miller, Larry Brauda
(76, plus 5), Mike Parker (79,
plus 2) and Jodi Greene (80.,
plus 2). Second went to
Charlie Kicklighter (76, plus
:8), Bob Dorsey (83, plus 6),
Tom Purvis (94, even) and
Jacque Burette (103, minus
2).
The third-place team
included Ed Lormand (92,
plus 5), Tom Gray (85, plus -
4), Jeff Humphrey (83, plus 3)
and Larry Luett (85, minus
2). Two teams tied for fourth
place; Rich Vredenburgh (86,:
plus 6). Garey Durden (85,
plus 3),:Doug Wolfe.(84, plus
2) and Larry McCorkle (87,
minus 4) tied the'team of Jim
Raffone (83, plus 5), Harry
Gibbs (89, plus 4), Ernie
Behrens (103, minus 1) and
Dave M i z:,ri 'S \ n u u iT.'"'.
Fifty-six players also
showed up for Friday's blitz
with Lee Murray (77. plus 10)
taking first place., three play-,
ers tied for second with a plus
, 8 -' ". '
Murray, Tom'Rob-erts (78,
plus 6), Fred Boatright.(79,
plus 1) and Harry:Gibbs(94,
minus 3) tied the team ofTom
Gray (83, plus 8), Jim McFar-
land (91 plus.5), Jeff Hum-
-phrey (81, plus 5), Kent
Johnson (92. minus 2) and
Dave Mudd (95. minus 2) for
first place
Third place was captured
by Dick Peterson (90, plus 6),
Steve Johnson '6. plus 4f),


U OUBMI1.U
Mary Ann Schroeder was
crowned Queen,of Tees for
the month of December by
Robin Ritchey, 2010
Queen of Tees champion.

SPauliHensler (87, plus 2) and
Roger Oliver (82, even). The
fourth-pface team included
Larry Hutchison (83, plus 5),.
Larry Brauda (74, plus 4),
Benny Fallon (88, plus 4) and
Jim Edwards (105, minus 2).

Museum tournament
The 10th annual Amelia
Island Museum of History.
Golf Tournament is Feb. 1.
Enjoy a furn-filled day ',fgolf,
food, drinks, contests and
more while suippoi ting the
museum.
Entry fee is $150 and
S includes pre-tournament
party Feb. 16: Prizes for clos-
est-to-the-pin, longest drive
and putting, cart arid green
fees..
An awards presentation
follows play With heavy hours
d'oeuvres, beer and wine..
STo register, contact Paul
Condit at l'.tl-.X4'i:9


Femandina Beach Babe Ruth
Fernandina Beach Babe Ruth League has
opened registration for the spring 2012 sea-
son. Registration will be held through Jan. 28.
Fees are $80 for T-Ball (ages 4-6) and rookie
(6-8) leagues; $120 for minor (10 and under),
major (12 and under) and senior (13-15)
leagues. Late registration is additional $10.
The league also offers scholarships; no
child will be turned away. For information, visit
www.FBBRL.com or Facebook, Femandina
Beach Babe Ruth League.
Babe Ruth is also looking for volunteers,
coaches and sponsors.

Discgolftournament
The Pirate Pointe Disc Golf Tournament
will be held for ages 18 and up at 11 a.m.
Dec. 24 at Femandina Beach High School.
Registration begins at 10 a.m, Cost is $10 per
player. The tournament isa doubles best
shot.
Like Pirate Pointe DGC on Facebook for
details and updates.

Rununderthelights
Join-the Amelia Island Runners
Wednesday nights under the lights from 6-7
p.m. (weather permitting) at the Femandina
Beach High School track, 435 Citrona Drive.
These weekly runs are open to the public.
SFree expert coaching advicqis available
most weeks from Roy Benson, a nationally
recognized and published exercise scientist
and running coach.
Join members from the club for a group
run every Saturday morning, beginning at 7'
a.m. at Current Rurnning, 815 South Eighth St.
All ages and abilities are welcome at these
group runs and you don't need'to be a mem-
ber of the club to participate. For information,
email president@ameliaislandrunners. corn.


-Nassau Challenger Bowling League for
the physically and mentally challenged meets
the second Saturday each month from 3-5
p.m. at the Nassau Bowling Center in Yulee.
'Call Melinda Willaford at 261 -3136

Gator Bowl tickets
Ohio State University will play the
University of Florida in the Jan. 2,
TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl. The last meeting
between these two storied programs was in r'
the 2907 BOS National Chamnpionship game,
The Ohio State Buckeyes are the Big Ten
representative and this matchup will mark
Ohio State's second appearance in the Gator
Bowl. Ohio State has appeared in 12 different
bowl games and the TaxSlayer.com Gator
Bowl will be their 42nd bowl game.
The Florida Gators, the Southeastern
Conference representative,-will be returning to
Jacksonville.for the ninth time since making.
their first bowl appearance in the Jan. 1, ,
1953, Gator Bowl. Their Gator Bowl record
stands at 6-2. This will be the 21st consecu-
tive Bowi appearance for the Florida..br..;,
The 67th annual Gator Bowl will be played
Jan. 2 at 1 p.m. in Jacksonville atEverBank -
Field and will be televised nationally on
ESPN2, Tickets are $80 for VIP and $60 for
stadium seats Club seats are sold out
Tickets are available through Ticketmaster at'
(800) 745-3000 or online at
www.gatorbowl.com.

Sports association
Nassau County Sports Association meets
at 7 p.m. the first Tuesday at the county build-
ing, Yulee. Call 261-1075 or 277-1609.

Oranizedbe des
There are, organized bicycle rides in .
Fernandina Beach and around Amelia Island
Thursday starting at 9 a m. and Saturdays


starting at 8:30 a.m., weather permitting. All
rides start from Main Beach. Park near the
miniature golf course:
Cyclists of all abilities are welcome. The
ride will be around 30 miles with rest stops
along the way and loops back to the starting
point at around 10 miles before continuing on
the remaining 20 miles of the route. Lunch
after the ride is optional.
Bicycle helmets are mandatory as well as
-a bicycle in good working condition. These
rides are led by Don Eipert in conjunction with
the North Florida Bicycle Club. Contact him at
261-5160. Sign up for e-mail notices at
www.amelia islandcycling.com or
www.nfbc.us.

Sailing Qubmeets
The Amelia Island Sailing Club meets the
first Tuesday at the -Kraft Athletic Club at Ten
Acres. Social hour at 6:30 p.m; meeting at
7:30 p.m. Contact Commodore Bill Bass at'
277-4398 or wwbass@bellsouth.net or visit
www. ameliaislandsailing.org for information.

Bowlfor Klds'Sake
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Flori-
da will host its annual Bowl for Kids' Sake
fundraiser in February. Bowling dates in Nas-
sau County are Feb. 18 and Feb. 25. Visit
www.bbbsnefl.org to register.

Ultra marathopand rlay Jan.28
For the third year in a row, the'community
will celebrate Wolfsop Children's Hospital with
a 55-mile Ultra Marathon and Relay, a Run
Five to.Keep Kids Alive five-mile run and a
one-mile Fun Run, all beginning and ending
at the Jacksonville Landing Jan. 28.
The events, part of "One,to Grow On," pre-
sented by RPM Automotive, are a culmination
of a months-lqng celebration of the patients
who receive life-saving and life-changing care
at.Wolfson Children's Hospital, the region's
only.children's hospital. The hospital, which.
serves tens of thousands of children of all
ages each year provides the full range of
pediatric care Wolfson Children's includes
* centers of distinction in cancer, congenital
heart disease, neuroscience. neonatology,
. orthopaedics and behavioral health'as well as
many other services
WJXT Channel 4 is the media sponsor of
the One to Grow On" celebration which'has
already included a January 12 all-day,.
telethon last year's event raised more than ,
$57,000 through gifts from the community.
Patient stories will be broadcast on Channel 4
throughout the months of December and
January and a colossal birthday cake with 55
candles (and one to grow on) outside of the
entrance to Wolfson Children's Hospital.
Jan. 28's events begin with the 55-mile
Ultra Marathon and Relay that kicks off at
midnight at the Jacksonville Landing .The
Run Five to Keep Kids Alive is a five-mile run
presented by. Methods that begins after the.
Ultra Marathon at 2 pm also at the
Jacksonville Landing. Cost is $20 per person
to register: The one-'mile-Fun Run begins .at'
T: ( ipm';:'tHe' $T2 registration will be on-site.
The runs will coincide with a Kids' Birthday
Party for the 55 kids honored by "One to: .
Grow, On" and their families, along with their
caregivers and the Ultra Marathoners, as well
as celebrity hosts with WJXT.
T6 read patient stories, for more informa-
tion about the Run 5 to Keep Kids-Alive or the
Ultra Marathoners, or to find out how you can
"Light a Candle to Help :aChild" at Wolfson
Children's Hospital, visit http://www.wolf-
son55.org: To support our cause, you can
also find us on Facebook at http://www.face-
book.com/wolfson55. For information on .
Wolfson Children's Hospital, visit www.wolf-
sonchildrens org
To submit an item for this column; contact
Beth Jones at 261-3696 or email to
bjones@fbnewsleader.com.


RUN Continued from 1B
crowds at the race site had no
idea.
A group of student volun-
teers from the FBHS Little
Women, who had been
assigned to direct runners to
the finish line and cheer them
on, were among the first to
know what happened. With
the rescue work going on in
the street and vehicular traffic
soon blocked, they kept their
composure and directed run-
ners to head onto the grass
and then back to the road to.
finish their race.
"It was a traumatic situa-
tion but they handled it beau-
tifully," race co-director Susie
DeMille says. "I am so proud
of them. They kept doing
what they needed to do to
help everyone stay safe."
DeMille directed specta-
tors to stand back and told
parents and their children to
head for the children's play.
zone. Robin Lentz, vice presi-
dent of the Amelia Island
Runners club, realized that
Kinsey's race number would
yield his identity but his
race bib couldn't be found.


However, race competitors
have another identifying
marker, a timing chip worn
on the shoe. "He was already
loaded onto the rescue unit. I
yelled, 'Get his chip, get his
shoe,'" Lentz says. She ran
with the shoe to the race-tim-
ing truck, where a computer.
scan yielded Kinsey's name,
the missing number, 278. and
from there, contact inkfrma-
lion. ,
"1 called his wife and said
very calmly, "There's been an.
accident, we don't know what'
happened, your husband has
fallen We need for you to
come this way' His wife is a
wonderful lady, she was so'
calm and collected "As San-.
dra Kinsey drove to Fernap- .
dina Beach; Lentz rode in the
front of the rescue unit to the
local hospital. "I didn't want
himi to be tip there by him-
..self:"
And as DeMille was urg-
ing spectators tomove back,
she saw one group of about
six to 10 runners that she
decided should stay.
"They said, 'We're kneel-
ing here, praying," DeMille
recalls. "They weie on their


knees, very distraught, hold-
ing hands. I said, 'You're per-'
fect where you are.' I think
they knew they c .uldn't help .
him, and the best thing thiey
could do was to: pray to God
for him. And obviously, the
people who did.lhelp him .
worked iniracles that day."
Doctors operated on Kin-
se, after he was helic,,pter:-d
to Jacks.,rville. "They found
that I had 80 pcicent block-
age in rxt,' art'-riis,. he. :i.ys
"They put in iwo stnts,. and
they :-ay [I'n going t,. be fine."
Thl y als' saiI I hal his
strong heart wasone reason
he survived.
"My doctor said, 'Don't let
, anybody tell you not to run.'
The running helped save my
life as well. I feel very fortu-
nate my doctor said I will
have a full recovery and won't
have. any issues or disabilities.
He said, your strong heart
and the good, quick response
basically saved your life."
He also said a heart attack
or cardiac arrest would have
happened eventually anyway,
perhaps not in a place where
expert emergency care was
so close at hand. ,


"He's a walking miracle,"
says Murallo. "He couldn't
have 'picked' abetter spot to
have this. happen: Rescue -,,
units today are hospital emer-
gency rooms on wheels."
The EMS chief says every-
one, runners or not, should.
have a stress test to look for
hidden conditions such as ,
Kinsey's especially people
older than 40.
."It was a hidden thing that
I wasn't aware of," Kinsey
says. "You may think you're
fit, but if you'don't know you
have blocked arteries, it could
come on you the way it did
me."
Says Carter, one of the
first-responders who helped
save his life: "He's.one of
probably less than 2 percent
who go into sudden cardiac
arrest and walk out of the
hospital and live their lives as
if nothing had happened."
Kinsey hopes to resume
running again in a few weeks,
after he's cleared by his doc-
tor. One race he definitely
plans to do next year is the
second annual Reindeer Run
half-marathon.
'They gave me a medal,


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.eventhough I didn't finish,"
he said with a laugh.,He has
met DeMille, who visited him
in the hospital, and met with
rescue workers Thursday to
thank them "and hug their
necks."
."You guys are my heroes,"
he told them.
He is grateful to them and
to everyone who helped that'
day, and afterward. "The com-
munity of Fernandina Beach
has been wonderful to me,
.everyone has been extremely
friendly and helpful," he says.
"It makes you feel good."


And after an encounter
with death, he has a renewed
appreciation for life.
"I wert home from the
hospital on Tuesday (Dec. 6),
and the next day I showered,
I walked my dog, I drove to
Starbucks, got coffee and'
walked to Memorial.Park. I
drank my Starbucks, with the
Wind and the sun on my face,
looking at the river, and I
thought: Life is good. You
don't know how good, some-
times, until you deal with
something like this. Life is
good. Life is sweet.".


SPORTS SHORTS


GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

Ron Philos' School of Golf
Establishes New Home

Ron Philo, Ron Philo )r, Kevin Diaz and LPGA tour star
Laura Diaz are pleased to announce their partnership with
Amelia National Golf & Country Club where they will
continue to provide you with the best instructional and
playing experience available.
We welcome you to join us as we re-establish our
base in Amelia Island.

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIAL
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RotaryRooters'
The Fernandina Beach Rotary
Club ended the year with its second
annual holiday musical revue show-
casing the club's own band, the
Rotary Rooters, featuring, from left,
Wally Messer on bass guitar, Bonnie
Ridley on piano, Dr. David Page
soloist and on guitar and Aaron Bean
on trumpet. A selection of songs
ranging from the Beatles to country"
'music to traditional Christmas carols
was enjoyed .by all.
The Fernandina Beach Rotary
Club meets every Wednesday from
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Florida
House Inn in downtown Fernandina
Beach, For information visit www.fer-
nandinabeachrotaryclub.org.
SUBMITrED


Holidayhelpers
Bob Bernard, president of
Nassau County Bar Associa-
rion, presents a check for
$500 to Kelly Monti, project
coordinator ofMicah's Place,
for the agency's Holiday
Adopt-a-Family program that
provides assistance during
the holiday season to individ-
uals/familids that are victims
of domestic violence and are
struggling to start their lives
over. During this challenging
and stressful time of their'
lives) many of these women
are not in a financial position
to provide their children with
the joyful holiday experience
that is such af enriching and
memorable tradition in our
lives. The contribution will
help provide gifts for the
women and children in the
shelter and outreach pro-
gram. .
Micah's Place is a
Certified Domestic Violence
Center and the only one
serving Nassau County. All
services are free and confi-
dential. Visit www.micah-
splace.org or call the office
at 491-6364 or the 24-hour
hotline at (800) 500-1119.,
S SUBMITTED


S UB I iTTED
Winter recital
Cole Wilder of Yulee and Dan Voll and Nathan Pascual
of Fernandina Beach, from left, at The Ritz-Carlton,
Amelia Island during the Amelia Arts Academy's
Winter Wonderland recital Dec. 11. Wilder and
Pascual played "Grandma Got Run Over by a
Reindeer" and other holiday songs on guitar with Voll,
who plays many local venues and is an instructor at
the academy.


the Island Time Pet Project.
Bring your pet in for their own
yogurt and the proceeds go to
local animal welfare organiza-
tions.
"We already have pet regu-
lars that have their own loyal-
ty cards. Boomer, the Amelia
Island carriage horse, holds
the title of our "Biggest Fan"
and often stops while taking
visitors up and down Centre
Street."
Welcome our newest
Centre Street business and
treat yourself to a yogurt at
Island Time.
dickie.anderson@gmail.com


New meet

and greet

treatstop
It tastes good and is good
for you. It isn't illegal or
unhealthy. The Big Guy and I
are addicted. We have found a
new stop when we run our
island errands. Located on
Centre Street, Island Time
Premium Yogurt has become
a popular meet, greet and get
a treat stop.
So what is exactly is
yogurt? It is a fermented milk
product. The word yogurt
comes from the Turkish and
most probably from a verb
that means to curdle, coagu-
late or thicken. Yogurt goes
back to long before Christ. In
the ancient culture of the .
Indo-Iranians yogurt mixed
with honey is referred to as
the Food of the Gods. Yogurt
has been
popular in a
wide variety
of cultures
thatrecog-
nized its
healthy
attributes.
Yogurt is a
perfect
snack, meal FROM
or dessert 'THE
alternative. PORCH
It is packed
with live and "
active cul- Dickie
tures and is Anderson
low in calo-
ries and high in calcium. It
tastes good too!
So who is behind this won-
derful addition to Centre
Street? Anh Marie Wiseman,
and Jeff Kemp,,friends and
-business partners, had a
vision, did the research and
opened Island Time Premium
Yogurt in September of this
year.
More than 12 years ago
Wiseman, then living in
Colorado, started a search to
find the perfect place to live.
The search included the
entire country and the winner
was? Amelia Island. In choos-
ing the perfect place for their
new yogurt shop, Wiseman
and Kemp considered St.
Augustine and Jacksonville
.but quickly settled on Centre
Street and the historic build-
ing that is now theii home.
",-,.,. We are enjo(ying getting to!
know local residents, building
relationships with the local
business community and we
are very excited to be another
enjoyable experience for the
tourist," shares Wiseman.
This just isn't any yogurt.
The shop offers 14 flavors
comprising two to three sor-
bets, two to three tai ts and
eight sweet and creamy
yogurts. There is always at
least one fat-free and no sugar,
added offering Yes. yogurt is
good for you Island Time
yogurt contains probiotics
(good for the colon) and is
made from all naturalingredi-
ents in a kosher certified
diary Flavors are rotated and
seasonal favorites are offered.
Now through January you can
choose from gingerbread,
candy cane, eggnog, green
apple, pumpkin pie, chocolate
mint, banana nut bread and
sugar plum sorbet. Spring
plans include moi e fruity and
refreshing flavors, which will
include a lactose free Greek-
style frozen yogurt, more sor-
bets, Italian ice and organic
yogurt.
It that does not sound good
enough, once you have your
cup of fresh yogurt you are
faced with 55 choices of top-
pings. Choose from fruit, nuts,
cookie bits, really, nearly any-
thing you can think of. When
your masterpiece is created
you put it on the scale and pay
for what you have selected.
Want an after dinner yogurt
treat? The shop is open until
10 each night and 11 on
Friday and Saturday.
The Big Guy and I are fre-
quent flyers so we have our
loyalty card ready for a punch
(after nine, next one free).
Island Time offers other dis-
counts if you are a Facebook
fan or arrive by bicycle.
Wiseman knows it is good
business to get involved in the
community, but that is no
problem for this animal rescue
activist She is committed to


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WEDNESDAY. December 21.2011 AROUND TOWN News-Leader


PEOPLE &PLACES


SPECIAL EVENTS.

LUterayluncheon
The Friends of the Feman-
dina Beach Library's Annual
Literary Luncheon will take
. place Jan. 13 at noon in the
Heron Room at Omni Amelia
Island Plantation Resort, 6800
First Coast Hwy. Speaker Lu
Vickers, author of Cypress
Gardens, America's Tropical'
Wonder-land: How Dick Pope
Invented Florida, will share
her motivations for writing this
book and her research on
Pope's creation, the history of
the landmark attraction and its
decline following the construc-
tion of Walt Disney World and
its future as part of Legoland
Florida.
Tickets are $35 for FOL
members and $45 for non-
members and are available at
the Fernandina Beach library.
A vegetarian lunch must be,
reserved in advance. For
information email Fernandina
LibFriends@gmail.com or visit
www.nassauteads.com and
click on Friends, of the Library.,
ARIASgala
Amelia Residents In Action
for the Symphony (ARIAS) will
host its annual black-tie
fundraising gala to support
music education programs
and Jacksonville Symphony
Orchestra participation in
Nassau County on Jan. 15.at
5:30 p.m. at The Ritz-Carlton,
Amelia Island. For
Reservations call 261-0105.
THIS WEEK

GatorChristmas
In the spirit of Christmas,
the Nassau County Gator


Club invites all Gators, family,
friends and other guests to
have dinner and celebrate
Christmas and the holidays at
Sliders Seaside Grill, today at
6:30 p.m., featuring all you
can eat shrimp. Admission is
free. Dress is Gator and
Christmas spirit attire. Dinner
is menu price.
RSVP by Dec. 19 with the
total number of guests to aifl-
gators@comcast.net or phone
at 277-4111.
Genealogy group
Genealogy group meetings
are held at Yulee United
Methodist Church, 86003
. Christian Way, Yulee, the sec-
ond and fourth Wednesday of
each month from 9-11 a.m.
New members are welcome.
Call 225-5381 or Paulette
Murrin at 548-9752 for infor-
mation.
legion bingo
The public is invited to play.
bingo every Thursday night at
American Legion Post 54, 626
S. ThirgdSt., in the smoke-free
meeting hall. Doors open at. 6
p.m. and Early Bird Games
start at 6:10 p.m., with regular
play beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The bingo session is nine
games for $20, with multiple
jackpots. Refreshments are
available. For questions email
post54bingo@yahob.com.
The second week of each
month through February, all
net proceeds will be donated
to the Special Olympics track
and field events in Nassau
County. /
MaritimeMuseum
The Maritime Museumrr of
Amelia Island hosts a pro-
gram on a current topic every


Friday at 5 p.m. The programs
are jointly sponsored by the
museum and Amelia
Research and Recovery, LLC,
the Amelia-based company
that searches for and recov-
ers sunken treasure from
Spanish Galleons. The muse-
um is located at 1335 S.
Eighth St. No reservations are
needed. Call (904) 838-6688
or (904) 838-6619.
COMING UP

Fun mystery
The world's most famous
detective is called to investi-
gate a diamond theft at an
opera house in "Sherlock
Holmes and the Opera House
Mystery," an original stage
play based on the work of Sir
Arthur Conan Doyle, present-
ed Jan. 7 at 2 p.m. by Amelia
Arts Academy and the Florida
Division of Cultural Affairs.
Holmes must use his skills of
observation and disguise,
along with audience participa-
tion to solve the mystery.
Produced by Atlantic Coast
Theater for Youth, the play is
fun for the entire family. .
Tickets are $6 each. Contact
the academy at 277-1225.
WinglKing contest
The city of Fernandina
Beach will host its first annual
Wing King Competition on
Jan. 14 at the Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center with two
cooking categories, best
wings and hottest wings. Fede
is $25 for one category or $50
for both. Register until Jan. 6
at the rec center. f
Competitions include the
"Tongue Torch," eating six of
the hottest wings, and the
"Iron Stomach," eating the
most wings. Register the day
of beginning at 11 a.m. Food
judging begins at 12:30 p.m.
and eating contests at 1 p.m.
Contact Jay at 277-7350, ext.
2013 or jrobertson@fbfl.org.


Solid Rock COGBF
A Christmas cantata entitled "The
Christmas Story" will be held at 7 p.m. today
at Solid Rock COGBE The story of the birth
of Christ will be told through narration and
music by The Youth for Christ Ministry and
combined Praise Teams. The church is locat-
ed at 86138 Palm Tree Drive, Yulee.
Christmas worship will be held on Dec. 25 at
8 a.m. only. Call 225-5388.
Plantation Chapel
Amelia Plantation Chapel, 36 Bowman
Road, will hold a Christmas Eve Candlelight
service on Dec. 24 from 5-6 p.m. in the sanc-
tuary. A Christmas Day service will be held
Dec. 25 at 10 a.m. in the sanctuary. All are
welcome. Call 277-4414.
First Baptist
On Dec. .24 at 5:30 p.m., First Baptist
Church presents its annual Candlelight and
Communion Service with songs of
Christmas, a message from the, Rev. Jeff
Overton, observance of the Lord's Supper
and concluding with the lighting of candles.
First Baptist is located at 1600 S. Eighth St.,
Fernandina Beach. Call 261-3617.Visit
www.fbfirst.com.


ML( DAY EVENTS


Celebration
The MNarrin Luther King
Jr. Celebration begins at 6
p.m. Jan. 13 at First Mission-
ary Baptist Church. Vice
president Wendell McGhee
is chairman for the Youth
Extravaganza sponsored by
Nassau County NAACP
Youth Council.
Breakfast
'I he Main in Luther King
Ji C niien intivc Break-
Lkji kJ.n 14 Iat., m. at
B,i ni- Hall of St P.tr:1's
[:pi ojpal Church. present-
%:l by tht Na-iau County


First Piesbyterian
First Presbyterian Church of Fernandina
Beach, 9 N. Sixth St., will hold Christmas Eve
services at 5:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. Dec. 24 in
the sanctuary. Families are invited to attend
the 5:30 p.m. service with children dressed in
nativity costumes to participate in the
retelling of the story. At 11 p.m. the commu-
nity is invited to a Candlelight Communion
Service. On Christmas Day there will be one
worship service at 10 a.m. in the sanctuary.
Call 261-3837.
LvingWaters
Join Living Waters World Outreach Center
Dec. 24 with services at 4:30-6 p.m. and, 6:30-8
p.m. and an encouraging message honoring
,the coming of the Savior of the world. There
will not be a service Christmas morning.
Memorial United
Memorial United Methodist Church, 601
Centre St., will hold Christmas Eve services
at 4, 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. Dec. 24. A Blessing of
the Toys and Carol Sing will be hela
* Christmas Day at 10 a.m. Kids are invited to
wear their pajamas. A New Year's Day serv-
ice will be held Jan. 1 at 10 a.m. in Maxwell


CAMP FUN

Winter camp
The McArthur' Family
YMCA will offer The Chill
Factor winter day camp
through Dec. 23 and Dec.
27-30. Free registration and
details at the Y, 1915 Citro- -
na Drive. Call 261-1080.
Sleuth Camp
Sherlock Holmes is
coming to town in January
and kids ages 4-10 need to
get ready Join the Amelia
Arts Academyn Dec.28 and .
29, 9 a m., to learn the
tricks of being a super-
sleuth Call 277-1225. -


NAACP Donations are $20.
Tickets are available from
any member. Contact Arva
Butler at 277-1256 or
bostler@comcast.net or ,
Johnel Preliou at 261-9361 or
jpreliou@bellsouth.net.
Parade
The Annual Martin
Luther King Jr. Parade is
Jan. 16. The theme is "The
Dream, The Vision, The
Unity." Forms are available
from Romel Green at 556-
5165 or drrol084@aol.com.
Contact Vernetta Spaulding
at 583-1569 or 261-0801 or
vspaul9991@aol.com.


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851 Rommate Wanted
ADDITIONAL ROOMMATE WANTED
In 3BR/2BA'house. .$100 per week +
$100 deposit. All utilities included.
491-1521


S 852 Mobile1Ho0 es
NICE' 3BR/1.5BA SW $650.
Spacious 3BR/2BA $775. Water
Included. Small pets OK. Yulee. CH&Air.
50x100.Lot. (904)501-5999.

FOR RENT 2 & 3. bedrooms $175
weekly, Nassau Acres. 3 bedroom,
acreage, $200 weekly. (904)759-3897

RV RENTALS AVAILABLE in a
campground. Weekly or monthly. All
utilities & WIFI Included. (904)225-
5577.

3/2 DOUBLEWIDE HOME for rent
on Owens Road, In Nassauville. Sits on
large lot, washer and dryer included in
rental, new carpet. Open floor plan.
Must have 'references, small pets
accepted with pet deposit ($200 non-
refundable). Close to island and to
shops in Yulee. Rent $750 with $750
deposit. Call 904-556-3414, leave
message If there's no answer.

3BR/2BA DWMH on 1 acre. Wood
burning FP, 'fenced lot, big open floor
plan.. $800/mo; + deposit. Call (904)
321-7454..


854 Rooms I
FULLY FURNISHED Cable,- kitchen &
laundry privileges. Yulee area -Call'
Glenn for details (904)548-9707.



Furnished ,


858 Condos-Unfurnished 1860 Homes-Unfurnished l 1861 Vacation Rentalsi


THE COLONY 2BR/2BA/2-car
garage. $950/mo. Pool & tennis courts.
Svc. animals only. No smoking. Call
(214)691-9131.
COTTAGES AT STONEY CREEK -
3BR/2BA, washer/dryer, 1-car garage,
gated, community pool, walk to Super
WalMart, one level walkup. $1,100/mo +
utilities. Call (904)753-4147 or 321-3444.
AMELIA LAKES CONDOS Living in
Paradise 1/1 and 2/2 deluxe condos
In gated, lakeside community with 24/7
fitness ctr, resort-style pool, tennis &
morel Lots of upgrades! Starting at
Just $749/mol Call Tammy for our.
winter special at (904)415-6969 for a
showing. www.amelialakes.com
2BR/2.SBA TOWNHOME in Amelia
Green. $1,150/mo. Master suite down.
Close to beach, shopping and dining;
904-583-1900.
LUXURY 3BR/2BA OCEANFRONT -
Summer Beach, ground fir, :2 pools,
gated comm. 1 yr lease. $1800/mo.
(912)253-4763 or (912)367-9804 eves

859 Homes-Furnished
SUMMER BEACH VILLAGE Furn.
3BR/2BA, 2-car gar., gated, comm
pool, 5 mins/beach. Rental by day, wk,
mth, yr. (904)261-6204/206-0035
3BR/2BA SUMMER BEACH HOME -
with 1-car garage. No smoking.
$1850/mo. Call (301)990-8264.
HOUSE FOR RENT 416 S. 7th St,
Fernandlna. 2BR/2 full baths, fully
furnished, large yard. $900/mo. +
utilities. Available now. (904)206-1912
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE 3BR/2BA +
bonus room, in Lofton Pointe, garage,
fully furnished. $1300/mo. Call Ana
(904)403-1982.


1307 CLINCH DR. 3BR/2BA, garage,
workshop, large party room, sec.
system, new carpet. $1095. Nick
Deonas Realty, Inc. (904)277-0006


OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,
Realtor, for special rates.


3/2 IN YULEE Newly remodeled SNOWBIRD SPECIAL Oceanview
Pets ok o n approval. $975. Phil 556- 3BR/2BA home. Owner's summer
9140. home, so it has everything you need.
426 N. Fletcher. $1500/mo. 261-4127


2BR/1BA 97460 Blackbeards Way
(Pirates Wood subd.). CH&A. $750/mo
+ $700 dep. Call (386)365-8543.
HOUSE FOR RENT 318 Benjamin St.
$800/mo, $700 deposit, 3BR/1BA
$200/dep for pet. References required.
(904)277-2953 or (904)753-1578
OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA Immaculate
home. Must see. No smoking. 426 N.
Fletcher Ave. Lawn care provided.
$1475/mo. (904)261-4127
3BR/1BA HOUSE ON ISLAND -
Great location. $850/mo + $850 dep.
Call (904)753-3256 for details.
4BR/4.5BA LAKEFRONT HOME In'
Oyster Bay. Open floor plan: Separate
living & dining area, gated
neighborhood. $1800/no. Call Tiffany
(904) 335-0583 for details.
3BR/3BA WITH STUDY Partly-
furnished. Clubhouse with pool &
tennis court. Off, Amella Concourse.
$1,450/ mo. Available 1/1. (904)729-
.0701.
808 SAN. FERNANDO 2BR/1BA
house. CH/A, W/D, fenced yard.
$900/mo. + $900 sec. dep. 261-3158.
Available now.
NORTHPOINT TOWNHOME for
rent. 2BR/2.5BA, fireplace, carpet,"two
blocks from beach. $850/mo. (904)
571-8650.


IB/IBA APTI. fum.iane, s mll ut F
cute, cozy &quiet. Good location, good 2-Nigh Free Vacation!
neighborhood, located in Nassauville
behind store; $700/mo..+ $350 sec. I I t
dep. DlrecTV, A/C, water, all" utilities 3I 5 KL
Included. Ref's required. 206-3241,
leave msg.
leaves www.boataiingel.com

AT BEACH Eff. $145 wk. 1BR indl olilioYinMdgipliFUtIM .aiPCilllAMJlSTCHliil
cable & all utils, $225 wk/$950 mo. ,
dep. 'ALSO 2&3BR SWMH, starting,
$175 wk/$695 mo. + dep. 261-5034 W NE
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MURRAY HILL APARTMENTS -
Rental assistance on 2- & 3 BR HC &
non HC accessible apartments. W/D
hookups.. Water, sewer & trash
provided. Call 904-261-2937 TDD/TTY
711, 1655 Lime St. FB FI 32034. "This
institution is an equal. opportunity


SANDRIDGE APARTMENTS
Affordable Uving -m Rent based on"
handicapped or disabled persons. 1 & 2
bedrooms. Sandridge Apartments
(904)277-8722. Handicap Accessible
Apartments available. *This Institution
is a'n equal opportunity provider, and'
employer. TDD:711

.RUSTIC 2BR APT. 326 5. 9th Lt.
Ouu/mrro + ccurity dci.osit + utilities
Call 1904)310 6502

POST OAK APARTMENTS
i' riab. Lng en rrom i
6'ot747"Tor' e" Ble /
2 Eearoorrs" pcP 'pa- s
i901)277-7817. Handicap Accessible
ar-ariments aalalble "This institutior,
im an ecial opportunity proviAer, and
employer. TDOD 711


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CURTISS H. LASSERREmA "
30)32 S.8th StJAlA. Ferjandina Beach, FL 32035
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& Fort Clinch'St Park. Single family estate ie J..: o 1 ,bie ir.J.u J-, tc-:-.J ,..: r,
lot adjacent to'historic landmark Amelia ud., Lc. :.: '., -, cul:,. Ia .ld :oh- .edl
Island Lighthqo se. 370+/- fl ci N, itile tiuli .r ci*ie ,:1.: l ir. e o, r ..r,': liro-e
side of Egan's Creek and.is one oftlihe highest door.- :. -
elevations on the- east coast.- Possible Ocean -
views $1,095,000 $199,000 #47368


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plan. Association maintained, paved trail-
Wi -..u7io n.. lx hum : k leos 10 i.the *:- .


LOFTOUN CREIK FRONtAGE l.-jted G TI'E'D CONIMA NI vnih J .JT eluCbc. This 2784 approGifmalt cq h "lllag holn1,
ona .Aur RoSid. pliFr fior pLian i open 2 BR Odelie i dac 'el 'I. l mier u.ae.. 1pii b. he-T, oduic.1 mi0 ? s irimOerLi T'e
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Secquippej tig-ed appi e f atp dc :'ui.- i w...r.dlle i15 '1 l... ; O'-rNU sftu C.u. .uicher "srid nier; ecr.cU miuriir'-re.1 Lcs ir,
ie m-l .cc i .pprciat1ie .l rcr tbedr ,m ider cellr f.1.. ie'T ..hC .:.'ae iW l iJi rerf .:.ul 'le ,L'-i ,:,- .:ri.erIl di
h.si laI ter d .s)r, anrd ,ailk'n ihoer a,, 'IP .5Ji fa 131 io:k role i e.Lr .le inii.s h.i r.ic 3$15,'mstI
hiundsicsp sce.. 1 I'cD u eu .' i.e.u. ee #56107
and kernel aea I'or a lagde d.- ile .k .
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Cleared and ready to build in an Deepwater property with a short dock locat,
established neighborhood. ed on Lanceford Creek. Beautiful view, close
$60,000 #52050 to A1A, y6 quiet and secluded, there are two
S" mobile homes on the property but the value is'
in the lot. $314,000 #56199.


Scooner Landing is centrally located on the
Island, close to the beach, and shopping. this
if for lot 20 & 21 together, Frontage is' an
Estimate lot width to be determined.
$95,000 #55195


WALKING DISTANCE TO THE BEACH, 5 oversized lots off Robert Oliver in CAYMAN CIRCLE 1 Acre $99,000
Egas's Land Subdivision, reduced to $85,000 each 113'xl50' buy now build later! PRIVATE AND QUIET LOT IN THE GLEN LAUREL SUBDIVISION, Close to
WINTERBERY AVENUE comer lotjustdown the rad from the boat ramp $25,000 Shopping areas, centrally located between the Islandnd 1-95. FloodZone determined
RACHAELAVENUE75'xl00' lot $165,000 from Nassau GIS Map. Deed Restrictions s lot. $65,000 MLS#55145
PIRATES WOOD LOT appox ace,Doubloon Thai $70,000 ScNER LA NG iscentrallyb atd the Isla, close to the beach, ad shopping.
.S REET x$ 6r0. .,this if for lot 20 & 21 together, Frontage is an Estimate lot width to be detained.
N. 5IH STREET $60,000 $95,000 MLS#55195
LOTS 42AND5 43S. FLETCHER Oceanfront commercial lot Zoning allows hotel LOCATED RIGHT BEFORE THE CORNER OF TARPON & SECOND this 50
me. Preliminary plans provide for 58 roome/mites when combined with the adjoining x 100 ftlot is priced to sell. R-2 zoning, on the west side of the Costal Construction
lots.$699,000 each MLS#54044 and MLS#54048 H ne, ad in Flood zone X.
L-7 ON FIRSTAVENUE JustN.of Askins $198,500 $96,000 MLS#54066




INTERSTATE 95 EXPOSURE AT US 17 GOOD ASSEMBLAGE POTENTIAL 15 CIT LOTS 3 mandFir Street, Zoond MU1 snd R2. Good for town-
for iniedium sied site. Corner location wih good ecess,. $850,000 home, duplex or ndsid $i525,000
OCEANFRONT HOTEL SITE 215' long ,hedAtlhtic Oceta. Plans how 6 room sites. PRIME FRONTAGE ALONG US 17 Jst north of A1A, High development;
Reduced to $2,297,000. a ,eoin the esf Yalke. $195,000 Plans for as 11,00 s.f Medical Compleo
YULEE MINI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity to gtow your own self torge facility on ie. ,
id/for odd onew retil/loe. 570' on U.S, 17, tot.l 3.5 .ets+/ -. Wychose on .pprox. 64 ACRES along Amelio ilnmd Phrkway or ,Master Planned DvIopmoepint J
2 oe $1,575,000
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VARIOUS OFFICES 600-1500sf.
2382 Sadler Rd. behind Amelia'
Insurance. (904)557-5644

1864 Commercial/Retail
RENT TO OWN Corner lot 926 S. 8th
St. Small office + 20x40 bldg (3 bays
9w/car lift). $1800/mo. + dep.-Owner
finance. Terms flexible. (904)261-5034




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5299 South Fletcher Ave., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034

Contact: Trent Maddox

(904) 261W-9129 .or 1-800-874-8679

www.AmeliaRentals.com


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Executive :':.eanrr.:.nt :.:nd,% t Surnmer Ocean frc.ni at It s lnesll' '2 and'3 bedroom
Beach'with upscOle appr:.:inmnents located unils located on te SSouth'side of The Ritz,
North of The Rf,-Carltun. Cariiton al Summer Beach; Prices start at
SPrices start at $1,150,000 $479,000 Investors welcome.


OUTRIGGER
-he spacious oceanfront 3BR/3.5BA tow.n-
home i i..:cated ii beautiful Sumrrer Beach.
A must-s6ee
MLS#55923 $850,000


SAILMAKER VILLAS
Oceanfront and pool side units In the heart
of Summer Beach. 2 or 3 bedrooms starting
at $299,500. Perfect for rentals


-THE RESIDENCE- OCEANFRONT
Ready for new bu'y/er to enjoy. Beautifully fur-
'nished, and designer inspired oceanfront
Mediterraneqn Villa. 3BKr/3BA, one car
,'garage. 3,ceanfront pool, fitness-center and
tennis courts, private gated community,
$589,900 MLS# 54978









LOT 80 GOLFSIDE
Golf course views, wooded and on pond at
end of Cul-de-sac. Walk across street to the
beach. Gated Community with' pool.
$349,900 MLS # 55226


THE PRESERVE COURTYARD HOME 5284 SEA CHASE
95242 WILLET WAY Beautifully furnished 4BR/4BA oceanfront
3BR/3BA home with timeless flair of a Mediterra- penthouse. Southern views. Two pools
nean villa. Many upgrades that will please any and tennis courts.
buyer, private location, walking distance to beach $1,095,000 MLS# 52167
and neighborhood pool. Perfect for vacation home
or retirement residence. $599,000 MLS# 53543

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*ATLANTIC AVENUE -
2BR/1BA upstairs unit located
between the beach & historic
downtown. $795/mo. Available
12/26/11.
* N. FLETCHER AVENUE -
2BR/1BA Downstairs duplex,
close walk to beach 900 sq. ft.
$810/mo incl. water & garbage.
Available now.
* NOkTH HAMPTON CLUB
WAY 4BR/3BA home w/ com-
munity. pool. 2,500 sq.ft. 3 car
garage. $1,595/mo. Available now.
* FIRST AVENUE 3BR/2.5BA
townhome close to: beach. 2 car
garage. 1,600 sq.ft. $1,275/mo.
Available now.
* RIVERWOOD DRIVE. -
-IBR,2BA home located in
Meador field Bluff. 2.21 iqft
$1.350.'mo. Available now.
*SAND HICKORY TRAIL -
3BR..'2BA home located in
Hickoer Village 1,300C sq .t
Close to Yulec schools.
$1 025'mo Aailable no"
S*STIONEY DRJ'E 3BR 2BA
condo at Sione's Creek Gated
coirrrrnunit' woh p-.'.ol 1.6 '1 ,_iq.
ft I car ;:rage. $1 050,rmo
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S003 PORSCHE BOXTER S
34k, Auto, AC, Power Windows, Locks.
Cruise, Convertible, New Tires. Sporty!
Like New! A Must Drive!

CHRISTMAS SALE $21,950
Illlf li.l< '* .Gi-.-sE ---smanar*c~r a aip'MTTrTI"7B


1998 CHEVROLET C1500
119,000 K, Extended Cab, V8 Auto, A/C, PWR
Windows, Locks, Cruise, Tilt, Leather Seats, Dual
Power Seats, Running Board Pkg; Customer
Wheels & Tires, Bedliner.

CHRISTMAS SALE $8,450


00D2 HOIVDA ACCORD
110,000K, 2 Door Coupe, V6, Auto, A/C,
Cruise, Tilt, Window Locks, Doors,- Pur Seat, 6 -
Disc CD, Sunroof, Leather Seats, Tinted
Windows, Great Economy Car.
CHRISTMAS SALE $8,950
. ; . ..






1993 CHEVROLET
C1800 REG CAB
108,000K, V8, Custom Built Headers,
Performance Throttle Body, New Paint, Cowl
Conduction Hood, Tonneau Cover, Custom
Lights, Bucket Seats, Auto, A/C, Chrome
Wheels, A MUST STOP BY & SEE....Like New...
CHRISTMAS SALE $9,950


WE HAVE OVER 65 CARFAX CERTIFIED, SERVICED AND SAFETY
INSPECTED VEHICLES READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY!

Christmas Specials!
1995 HI-Top Dodge Van 2000 Chevrolet S10 Reg Cab PU
1998 Chrysler Sebring Convertible 1994 Ford Ranger Reg Cab PU
1996 Toyota Camry 1997 Ford F250 Reg Cab
1998 Dodge Caravan

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CURTISS H.
LASSERRE
Real Estate, Inc.
www.lasserrerealestate.comn

RESIDENTIAL
LONG TERM
*2820 A First Avenue 2BR/I.SBA $875 a
month + utilities.
*2801 Elizabeth St., Ocean View, upstairs of
duplex on North Beach $950/mo. incl. water,
sewer and garbage.
* 2500 A First Avenue 2BR/2BA with den or 3rd
BR and I car garage $1., 1I 00/mo. + utilities.
* 619 S. 14th Street 3 BR/I BA 5875/mo. + utilities.
* 3423 S. Fletcher Upstairs 2BR/IBA Furnished,
oceanview some utilities included $ 1000/month.
* MarinersWalk- 3BR/2BA, 1,500 sq.ft.near Ritz
Carlton. Furnished or unfurnished.$1200/mo.
+ until.
BEACH COTTAGE
*2BR/IBA furnished 1801 S. Fletcher Ave.
$1,650/mo.or 6mo. lease
VACATION RENTAL
*AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY 2BR/
IBA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher. Across the
street from the beach.All utilwi-fi,TV & phone.
COMMERCIAL
* Five bintsViage l1200sq.ft$1,200/mo+salestax.
* Amelia Park 910 approx. sq.ft., 3 offices,
-reception area, kitchen and bathroom.
$1450/mo. + utilities.
* 1839 S. 8th St.adjacent to Huddle House, 1,800
sq.fl. $1700/mo. lease + tax. Sale also considered.
* BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. Landscaping Co. or
Nursery.Office, greenhouse, shade houses with
a fenced, irrigated outside space for plants.
Excellent location with high visibility.
COMMERCIAL SALE/INVEST
* Office Complex w/tenant for sale /-excellent
investment. 1941 Citrona Dr 4690 sq.ft iiclud-
ing additional lot. Call for more info 261-4066
904.26.4066


Countryside Apartments
1&2 Bedroom Units
Rent starting at $650-$770
Mon & Wed 8am 5pm, Fri,lpm 5pm
1 S 1105 S. 13th Street, Fernandina Beach
(904) 277-2103 TOD 1-800-955-8771
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