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Videos make cats Christmas


D umela. ,ur year-and-a-half
.ILd Cats Angel adoptee.
has never bei-en outside of
a house, al least w hen her
eyes were o:penr enough to see it
She was bottle raised by liher foster
mother Palty Spalding when sh;ei
and her siblings were found and
was kepl inside ever since. Dumela
know s all about the workings of a
house, how to climb hel.Ives,, how tio
open doors, all those domestic soi ts
of things
And. we have found out. she
knu.,ws ho,. to ivatch television We
learned this bit by mistake. when I
.'.as holding her on mn lap. t ying to
encourage her to sleep there
Durnela is not a cuddly cat She is
always aroiiund me. watching my
every move and inciting nme to play
"sti ring" with her But I iust can't
make her into a Ip cat She's got
more exciting things-to do t-o one
day when I tried to hold her. she
looked ahead and
saw the television
set turned orn t-, a
nature channel
documentary
about lions She
jtumlped off imyi lap
in a flash any
excuse -and sat
-)n I h, floor in
WILD frnit of the flat
WAYS screen television
and watched the-
... show wilh us.
Pat As the lions ran
Foster Turlk, acrross tli- scre, in.
her head foll,,wied
their movements. tennis.iiatch
style At one point she jumped up
on the shelf holding the TV and
walked b-,:hind ilt. looking. I guess.
for the cats that must be hidinL-
behind it But when it comes to
human siho,s, she's nut mitucl Intier-
ested Si we've now gotten into the
habit of watching at least .irne nature,
ihow a night., and Durnela joins us
Irom her vantage spot on ttie carpet.
attuned-'fir mo,'st o- a 31-iininut.:-
show. pay. ng the tele\ ision more
' "itl.rti n than v.- do -.
Sou I looked inti-i it Do many cats
watch tele vision too' It only look a
few clicks on the Irnternet to find my
ansvwe.r No inly do cats vatch tele--
: ision, but there is a whole closet
Industry making [T)s for cars to
watch I was hooked Christmas was-
corning. Dumela. like all farnily
rmermb rs. ne-,eded a glt.
Amazon corn had a whole assort-
rni':nt of Lat videos and I choose a
-ampling for her
So in our little family gathering
this Christmias. Dumnela was the
star Like a child's first Chrislm is it
-eenied Io us. as w e opened utip her
presents -an d I her play with the
ribbons and string- and bioxi-s and
wrapping paper She's now tlic
proud ovneir o, "The Pu i fct
D\-E" and the 'Cat Sitter Ti ilugy"
with a [VD each un birds, fish and
assorted small animals. all ,endtwed
'with I1fe-like sounds and moving
erticingly across ,he screen Somni
little plush It Iry mice, catnip and a
large ball with smaller balls inside
that she can roll around completed
hei Christ roas haul, spoiled pet that
.he is
Finally. after all the fun uf
unwrapping .as orvei and we w.:r-


Dumela is captivated by \ideos designed to entertain cats.


finished clearing up the mess. ,
Dumela, Bucko and I sat down
together to watch a segmieni of
"Squirrels and Pigeons in the Park."
l'v, got to say. the plot is a bit unin-
spiring to me. but for Dumela it
seemed to be enthralling.
Now whenever we put one of
these D-T)-s on. and she hea s the
bird chirps,. the fish bubbles ,or the
cat's meuws and other related
sounds. she is there in a flash She
begins most vlewin' se.ssi.ins up on
the shelf in front of the television,
watching things from just inche-.
aw ay Occasionally she reach lhe-: iut


to tiuuclh the screen. or runs across
the she lf irom side to side to try to
catch th, pie.y Every now and again
she goes behind the t-levision, to
see wh-ere thie animals went
Eventually. though, she gets
ti -ed f i it-ractii.n, and returns to
her .spoit 'in' the floor in frunt of the
sel. laying dow,%n. watching friomni
rhei ,. a i regular c.uch potato in the
n aki ii
1 doubt if a cat that is used to the,
oui.ldu,,! s and Ihe I hrie,-dimensional
prey there would be as delighted
with television as Dumela is But for
h,-r the flat--cireer squirrels, lizai ds


and birds are not any different froom
those she views through her flat-
screen windows to her woi Id in oui
house.
I'rni not sure how long this fasci-
nation will hold for her And I'm not
sure how many segments of "Birds
oIn [awn Chirping" or "Fish
Swimming with Bubbles" Bucko
and I can stand But hey. if it keeps
herhappy. that's all that male'rs At
least with the mlute on.il heie's hop-
ing
Pal Foister-Turht'y v s a z-',:...' git o
Amelia Island She w',l.:,,s v.,ur
nature q ei'sti..;S ant ,bsc Patio is


'We have fulfilled every
plan. and exceeded every
plan. that we had when
we cane in 1994.'
JIM MAYO
BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER
NASSAU




Jim Mayo


goes out


on top
MICHAEL PARNEC.L. :.
A.Lv s Lca.Jet
If you want 10 truly learn a busi-
ness, it's best to tart at the bottom and
work your way up Jirn Mayo did that
As a young man, Mayo aspir:.-d to
the ministry He graduated from enm-
inary, iniistered for a church in Tul:i.
Okla.. but found his calling back in
his hoimetrv n of Gadsden, Ala.. in one
of the local hli',pital- there He had
gone home to rethink his career plans
and been encouraged to conridr
health care administration
He didn't know twhat that was exact-
lyv. but he would soon enough lind ,.,ut
Whik- waiting to enroll in a college
for further education. Mayo volun-
teered at the hospital at an assortment
of tasks His fil -t paying job was run-
ning tile copier that served the admin-
istration and staff From there he
ascended the ladder of hospiialadmin-
istration, beco.,ming second in com-
mand during his 12 yeais.
W -iern tlie hospital was sld. he-
sought to move up and on. and soon
found him;selSfn mt--lia Island Wilh
the encouragement of Hugh Greene,
president and CEO of Baptist Health.,
Mayo became adminis-trati on July
1, 1994, of what has become Baptist
Medical Center Nassau Lint;l this
month, he'wastrlie on lyad miniristrator
the local hospital has known since it
joined the Baptist He-alth system.
Now, at 65, Mayo is retiring and
has turned over the reins to Stephen
Lee. He was cleaning his office out
last week and will wor k his last day on
Friday. He has no regrets
"'If I as ?.i veal s old and could do
it all again. I'd be ready to go .11 has
been so much fun." he said
Mayo has had a long goodbye this
fall. f,-:ed by his b.iard, h1 )spitai sItaff
and community Supporter s who have
appreciated ihe trarisfoi ration frir i
the uld hospital to thii newr. mni-d-rn
facility that eari ns plaudits ,locally,
statewide and nationally
"My most important goal this year
was to assure a good i'.l ransitiin." Mayo
said. and lhe blivv-ts that ha- b,'-,n
acc,.,rnpllished
Personally. "It's billet s,,:- Y uu
increasingly become irrelevant. and
you Lwant to." lie said of his final days '
on thlie job
He iccalls tI,.-h,:- ari days 17 yeajs
ago when he first airived "Th ,-re was
a loi of apprc-lienisior about what you're
going to find." he said. adding. Their
hospital had be-rin sold They didn't

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IN MEMORY
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A colorful panel in memory of
Jos6 Diaz is part of the AIDS
Memorial Quilt on display
through Friday at Baptist
Medical Center Nassau. The
AIDS Memorial Quilt was found-
ed in 1987 as a poignant memo-
rial and a powerful tool for use
in preventing new HIX infections.
It is the largest ongoing commu-
nity arts project in the world.
The North Florida Chapter of the
NAMES Project is displaying two
panels of the AIDS Memorial
Quilt at the local hospital.
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OBITUARIES.


James Quincy Austin ers Walter Austin (Nelda),
David Bert Austin, Bradley
James Quincy Austin, age Scott Austin, Jacob Green
58, died Saturday morning, Austin, Stewart Ray Austin,
December 24, 2011 at The Timothy Wyatt Austin (Karen),
McGraw Center for Community cousin "Aunt" Shirley Bolden
Hospice in Jacksonville. (Ruben) and their families as
He was born February 27, well as numerous other Austin
1953 in Fernandina Beach and and Rish relatives and his sister
was a lifelong resident.He grad- in law Terry McLemore
uated from Fernandina Beach (Mike).
High School in 1971 and served' Jimmy valued the friend-
in the U.S. Army. .- -. .ships he formed more than any-
He worked for a local chen- .thing and would want Johnny
ical manufacturing" company.: 'arid Melody Adams, Stanley
for nearly 20 years -bMforo -Austin, Lester Ritter, Dave
...becoming disabled and forced Smith and Tony and Jenny
to retire. Wright to know how much their
He was preceded in death friendship and never ending,
by his parents W.G. and Lucille presence meant to him every-,
Rish Austin. He is survived by day. -
,his only child, Jenna Rae Apstin, Jimpy. and Lorraine Elkins,
who is the light of his life, hiso'Mike Brown, Butch Broad-
wife Evie Brewer and sister'. water. Charlie Easterly and Al
-Marilyn Austin, Martha Miller "Jones were just a few of the
(Gilbert), Carolyn Hulse, broth- many friends who kept his
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phone ringing constantly keep-
ing his spirits and hope alive
from South Carolina,
Mississippi and Tennessee. He
felt truly blessed to have them
and many others as friends.
He will be missed by his
Florence Point neighbors who
jumped in and did everything
they could to help. They are a
truly amazing group of people.
He felt strongly that people
remember him as he was in life
and therefore did not want to
have-any type of funeral service.
He will be cremated and his
ashes scattered on Grandfather
Mountain, N.C. at a later date.,
His deep faith and love of God
will ensure his journey to heav-
en will be joyful.
Any memorials can be made
in his name to St. 'Jude's ..
Childrens Hospital or the
Nassau County Humane
Society.


FISHING


S' PHIL SCANLAN 'FOR THE NE VLEADER
Lyndon Godwin of Callahan fishes on the beach at Little Talbot Island State Park -
r: using his bicycle to tow his fishing gear. A paved off-road muld-use trail is under,
construction on Big Talbot Island now and a similar trail will be,constructed on
"Amelia Island beginning in late 2012.


-WEEKLY UPDATE


Beach walk


@gmail corn.'Leave your
nan,- e and nPhnn- numher in


and deasup case of cancellation because
The Sierra uubwill spon- bfweather.
sor a beach walk and cleanup -. i A
on New Year's Day Meet ar
Seaside Park next to Slider's Join the Nassau County
at 10 a.m. Participants will Sierra Club on Jan.-4 at.
walk to Peters Point, approxi- O'Kane's Irish pub for a
mately 2.5 miles. A picnic viewing of the film Gasland.
r lunch will be served afterthe ".~ i.: sar-nominated film of
, walk thfatwill include the '2010 is considered one of the
customary New Year's black- most effective and expres-
eyed peas and greens for sive environmental films of,
good luck. Walkers should recent years. Join Sierra
bring gloves, plastic bags for friends for drinks and appe-
trash, water and suniscreen. tizers/dinner at 6:30, then
RSVP to Karen Miller, the film will be shown at
Nassau County Sierra Club 7:30. The film is free of (
Outings Leader Coordinator, charge (food and drink is
at karen.penpal.miller not) and open to the public.


LOOKING BACK


The city of Fernandina Beach received
approval for a $1.8 million loan to construct a natu-
ral gas transmission system. -
.. December28, 1961

A Southern Bell proposal to establish extended
service between Fernandina Beach and'
Jacksonville died for lack of interest. :
December 25, 1986"

The Fernandina Beach commission passed a
resolution transferring $107,000 from the general
fund to.the marina's account to cover a shortfall.
.. . December 26, 2001


For more infol nation call
Karen Miller at 415-6014.
KiwanisClub
The Fernandina Beach
Kiwanis Club meets the first
three Mondays each month
at the Fernandina Beach
Golf Club on Bill Melton
Road. This is a dinner meet-
ing from 6:30-8 p.m. Contact
Don Lyons at home, 432-
8194, or by cell at (978) 758-
0561.
Optimist dubs
The Yulee Optimist Club
meets every Tuesday at
noon at Murray's Grille on'
A1A in Yulee. Call 753-0091.

The Fernandina Beach
Optimist Club mdets each
Wednesday from noon-1lp.m.
at the Fernandina Beach
\Golf Club. Call Bernice
Kelley at 261-7923 or Barb
Kent at 277-4071.
Rotary dubs
The Rotary Club of
Fernandina Beach meets
each Wednesday from 11:30
a.m.-1 p.m. at the Florida
House Inn on South Third
Street They will not meet
today due to the holidays.
Jan. 4 will feature a presenta-
tion on Civil War medicine
by Dr. Pete Mullen. Call
Melanie at 321-5675.


Savannah Grateid an assisted living
and memory sgqpp t communit"
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for lunch, or all of the above. Assisted Living Facility License #9108


Christopher Allan
Douglas
Christopher Allan Douglas
(Chris), 48, passed away peace-
fully obn December 13th, 2011 at
the Acosta-Rua Community
Hospice Center following a
lengthy illness.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Cheryl Oliver
Douglas, his brother, Michael
Douglas, and his parents,
Vernon and Wedia Douglas.
He is survived by his broth-
er, Mark S. Douglas (Nancy).
of Fernandina and his nephews,
Robert Douglas and Jason
Douglas
A lover of the local water-
ways, Chris never missed a
chance to wet a.life and attempt
to catch the "big one." He was,
always quick with a fishing
story, even if it was a bit exag-
gerated.
Services will be announced
at a later date.
ift lieu of flowers, charitable
contributions may be made to
Cats Angels, Inc., SPCA, 709
South 8th Street, Fernandina
Beach, FL 32034.

Robert Emmett


Fielden'
Robert Emmett Fielden
(Bob), 59, a native of Florida,
born December 1,.1952 in
Washington D.C., died,
December 2, 2011 after a long
illness and under th,e care of
Community Hospice : in
Jacksonville, Fla. Robert had a
passion for cooking, loved the.
outdoors and boating..
Survivors include his life
partner of 32 years, Clifford
Rieves of
Yulee, where
they lived for
19 years, also
a lifelong'high
school friend
of 43 years,
Richard




niece Terrie Fielden-Berry and
husband Henry Berry, a great
niece Elizabeth Berry of Holt,.
Maryland Also many friends
to grieve his passing. Robert
touched a lot of lives, more than
he ever knew.
Robert worked as a driver
for Council on Aging from May,
1995-July 2006 in Fenandina
Beach.
A "Life Celebration
Memorial" is scheduled at 1
p.m. January.7, 2012, at Christ
Church of Peace located at 1240
McDuff Ave., Jacksonville.

Mahion H.Hill


Mr. Mahlon H. Hill, age 85.
of Fernarrdina Beach, Florida
passed away on Monday morn-
Sing, December 26, 2011 at his
home.
Born in Albermarle, North
Carolina, he was one of three
.children born to the lateJehu E
and Rana Hill. After being
raised in Albemarle, at the age
of 17 Mr. Hill enlisted in the
United States Marines Corps,
serving in China and Okinawa
during WW I .
Upon leaving Okinawa, he
was one of only a few survivors
of his Battalion. After being dis-
charged, he left Hawaii, arrived
stateside in California and
returned home to North
Carolina.
Mr. Hill soon joined the
Nabsico Baking Company as a
Salesman. In 1953 he met his
future wife, Vera Etta Lambe,
during a short trip to Myrtle
Beach. The two were engaged
'by the end of the weekend.
They were married on
February, 8, 1954. As Mr. Hill




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continued working with
Nabisco, the newlyweds estab-
lished their first home in
Greensboro, N.C. In 1955, their
first son, Chip, was born. In
1959, their .daughter, Denise,
joined the family. In 1964, the
Hills moved to Atlanta, Ga, as
Mr. Hill accepted a Sales posi-
tion with Hill-Rom Industries,
covering the Carolinas, Georgia
and, Florida. The third child,
Joe came along in 1965. Mr. Hill
remained with Hill-Rom,
Hillenbrand Industries, moving
to the corporate headquarters
in Batesville, Indiana in the mid-
*1980s as the Director of
Customer. Visitation. Upon
retiring from Hill-Rom, Mr. and
Mrs. Hill relocated to
Fernandina Beach.
As a graduate of the
University of North Carolina
and playing center for the Tar
Heels, he remained an avid fol-
lower of his former University's
football and basketball teams.
Mr. Hill was a member of.
Stanly Lodge No. 848, AF &
AM in Albemarle,' and 'the
'Yaarab Shrine Temple; Atlanta.
His family recalls his love
for them and the season of
Christmas. He was as happy as
he has ever been surrounded
. by his family and opening his
packages' this last: of his
Christmas nights. He was a
very generous and,trustwor-
thy family man and Little
League baseball coach.
Mr. Hill is preceded in death
by his wife of 48 years, Vera
Lambe Hilly who passed away in
2002. / .
.. He'leaves behind, their
three children, Mahlon, "Chip"
Hill, Jr. and his wife Julie,
Atlanta, Ga., Rana Denise Hill,'
Atlanta, Ga., Joseph "Joe"'
Branson Hill and his wife Pat,'
Fernandina Beach, four.g'rand-
children, Matt, 22, Lindsey, 18,
Nathan, 12, Maddie, 7, and his:
nephew and wife, Steve and'
Betsy Hill, of Rock Hill, S.C.
Family will greet friends on
Thursday from 5-7 p.m.: at
Hartsell Funeral Home,,
Albemarle, NC..,
Funeral services will be at
1 'a.m.'on, Friday from the
Crvptside in Stanly Memorial
Gardens as he is laid to rest '
beside his wife.
Mr. Hill will be missed'by
many Please share his life story
at www.oxleyheard.com.
Oxlcy HeardFuneral Directors
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Joseph B. Taylor
Ponte Vedra Beach,
passed away on DecE
2011 after a brief illne
age of 56.
A native of Fer
Beach, FL, Joe attend(
('71-72), graduated fr
school in Jesup, GA
earned his BSEE from
Tech in 1982. From 19
he was an owner/dii
Carpco. Inc., a compa
ufacturing and selling
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neered the launch oft
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and life. He will be greatly
missed by his family and
friends.
Joe is survived by his
daughter, Diana W. Taylor, of
Atlanta, GA and her mother,
Kathleen W. Taylor Knost of
Columbus OH, his parents,
Harry and JoAnn Taylor of
Stamford, CT, and his sisters:
Julie Taylor Fitzgerald (Steve)
of Duluth, GA, Claire
Ravenhorst-Taylor (Menno) of
Amsterdam, The Netherlands,
and Harriet Taylor-Thorpe
(Charlie) of Boston, MA.
A memorial gathering will
be held with family and friends
in the near future. For details,
email joseph@taylor.nl. In lieu
of flowers, contributions may
be made in his name to the
'Georgia Tech Foundation Inc.,
760 Spring Street NW, Suite
400, Atlanta, GA 30308.
Corey-Kerlin Funeral Homes
Jacksonville

Lois Perry Tiller
Mrs. Lois Perry Tiller, age
94, of Fernandina Beach,
Florida passed away on
Thursday morning, December
22, 2011 at Baptist Medical
Center Nassau.
Born in
Kingsland,
Georgia, she,
was the
daughter of
thelate Carl
and "Vivian:
Witt-er Perry.
As" a young,
woman, she attended Georgia
State Woman's. College at,
Valdosta where she earned her
teaching certificate. She taught
in elementary schools for many
years.
In 1941, she married Paul
Tiller, a banker, in Kingsland.
They made their home in
Kingsland ,where they were
members .of the United
Methodist Church and she was
a member 'of the Earl. of
Camden Chapter of. the
Daughters of the American
Revolution. In 1991,.Mr. and
Mrs. Tiller .moved to
Fernandina Beach and became
members of'the Memorial
United Methodist Church. Mr.
Tiller passed.away in 2001.
Mrs. Tiller is survived by
her daughter, Sutsan Brim
(Daniel), and grandson,
,Thomas Brim, .ofFer.nindina
(Beach, one niece and several
nephews.
Funeral services will be at
11 a.m. on Wednesday, Decem-
ber 28, 2011 from the grave-
side in Oak Grove Cemetery,
St. Mary's, Georgia.
Mrs. Tiller will be laid to
rest beside her husband and
parents.
Friends may call on
Wednesday at the graveside
from 10:30 am until the hour
of service.
Please share her life story at
www.oxleyheard.com
Oxley Heard FuneralDirectors

Sandra LeaTysonS


part of Sandra Lea Tysori, 67, of
ec, Inc.). 5483 Ekom Beach Road,
g this Laurens, S.C., wife of Joseph
I, Joe co-. E. Tyson, died Saturday, De-'
ad sever- cember 24, 2011 at her home.
patented Born in Parkersburg, West
ld of sep- Virginia, Mrs. Tyson was a
retired waitress.
ais ownei Surviving in addition to her
Camber husband of the home is one
998 pio- daughter, Samantha Lea Crews
wo high- and husband, John, one broth-
ndustrial er-in-law, Aubrey Tyson and
and Bulk wife Diana, four sisters-in-law,
nd Waste Nancy Phillips of Ware Shoals,
also trav- Frances Burgess, Frankie
ed meet- Wright, and Susai. McKenney
, of the and husband, John, all 6f
lub, and Florida.
y humor 'Memorial services will be
of family held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday
at Mt. Gallagher Baptist,
Church with the Rev. Chris
'. Hudson officiating.
..The family will be at the
S : home. Online condolences may
e. be made at www.ParkerWhite
09 Pruitt.com
Parker-White Funeral Home
Ware Shoals S.C.


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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2011 NEWS News-Leader


Consumer

confidence

improves
University ofFlorida
GAINESVILLE Consu-
mer confidence among
Floridians rose three points
in December, reflecting a
cautious optimism in the
economy, according to,a
recent University of Florida
survey. Though the latest fig-
ure is just below the level set .
in December 2010, it also
marks the highest rank in
the past nine months.
Consumer confidence in
December shot up in four of
the five indexes used by sur-
vey takers, and declined in
only one, an expectation of a
drop in personal finances a
year from now. Floridians
think their personal finances
have improved from a year
ago, their overall expecta-
tions in the soundness of the
U.S. economy jumped and
their confidence in the econ-
omy's performance over the
next five years also rose.
Finally, the overall percep-
tion of survey takers that the
present is a good time to buy
"big ticket" items, such as
washing machines and lap-
tops went up sharply.
Taken as a whole, the UF
survey reflects a changing
mood that matches growing
confidence across the nation,
said Chris McCarty, direc-
tor of UF's Survey Research
Center .in the Bureau of
Economic and Business
'Research. In addition, he
added, there are factors in
the Florida economy that
were interpreted as positive
by both younger and older-
respondents. 'Men were
more positive than women.
* "Floridians are most like-
ly optimistic about continued
-improvement in the employ-
ment situation," McCarty
said:.The decline in unem-
ployment in November was
0.4 percent to 10 percent.,
The drop marked the first
time in, many moriths that
economic sectors other than
tourism led the way in
employment increases.
McCarty noted that employ-
and utilities employed 34,860"''
more workers from October
to, November,. However, he
cautioned that many of these
nrewjobs were in retail trade
and may only reflect holiday
seasonal hiring, which could
disappear in early 2012.
McCarty also cited sev-
eral other reasons for the,
change in mood. Retailers
are offering big seasonal dis-
counts to shoppers and mort-
gageinterest rates are low.
Housing prices may have
"bottomed out" for a while,
he said, hovering about
around $130,100 for a single-
family home. Gas prices are
down, too. A gallon cost
about 15 cents less than it
did in November, though
prices are expected to rise
in 2012.
Stock prices' were
unsteady but did not'sinkin
the wake of bad economic
news coming from Europe,
as some economists expect-
ed. Media-reports about the
U.S. Congress' wrangling
over debt and. spending
issues also didn't sour con-
sumer confidence. "Contrary
to our prediction, the
impasse of the super com-
mission regarding deficit
reductions came and went
with very little concern from
consumers," McCarty said.
Overall, the mood for.
December is modestly
upbeat. But McCarty cau-
tioned that Floridians may
find it hard to remain opti-
mistic in the coming year, if '
Congress carries through
with $1.2 trillion in manda-
tory spending cuts required
by the debt ceiling deal in
2011.
The UF survey was con-
ducted between Dec. 11 and
Dec. 22.


HOMELESS ANIMALS.


MAYO Continued from 1A
know anything about this guy
coming in from Alabama."
But what he found-was "a
tremendous group of employ-
ees, well trained ... but capital
starved." About a third of the
hospital department directors
today were on the staff then,
an indicator of the quality and
commitment of that staff, he
said.
"We had just a terrific core
medical staff," Mayo said. .He
sought to build on what he
-found here.
S"The biggest job during that
first decade was building build-
ings and recruiting doctors,"
he said. That has continued to
the present, with the opening of
a new patient wing capping the
latest expansion, and new med-
ical office construction sched-
uled next year. New medical
specialists.are added each year,
including a neurologist who will
join the staff in. February and
enable a fully accredited stroke
center.
"Our pledge has always
been that we're going to pro-
vide in this community every
service that'seconomically and
clinically feasible to provide,"
Mayo said.
"We have fulfilled every
plan, and exceeded every plan,
that we had when. we came in
1994," he said.
More services and facilities
will .come, as. the hospital
expands to meet the needs of its
growing-community and. chal-
lenges that will come from
competitors -(such as a pro-
, posed new Shands hospital on


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Retiring hospital executive Jim Mayo, center is flanked by, from left, A. Hugh Greene, president and CEO of Baptist
Health, John Wilbanks, chief operating officer, William C. Mason, president emeritus of Baptist Health, and Stephen.
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the north side of Jacksonville)
and changing circumstances,
such as the aging of. the
population and new federal
regulations governing health
care. 1
"For a hospital, it never
ends," Mayo said.
For a hospital administrator,
though, there comes 'a time
when experience must give way,
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looks forward to retirement -
especially catching up on read-
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he plaris.to stay active in the
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"Barnabas fits with my pro-
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his staff, Baptist Health execu-
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28.2011/NEWs-LEADER


Finally, real estate sales


are poised for recovery
Underneath the glow of involved in a closing in all of. Nassau
Christmas lights and the glee of closing every county .
holiday festivities, something is 'business day There are even visible, tan-
quietly happening this year. IF of 2011 (on, gible signs of improvement.
And it is both surprising and average) Houses being constructed
encouraging. amounting to along the beach (especially
The U.S. real estate market about $1 mil- those belonging to celebrities
appears to be recovering from lion of sales like author John Grisham).
the doldrums of the last four per week. "Sold" signs replacing ubiqui-
years. However, before calling "That is tous "for sale" placards. And
for a toast of celebration, this STEVE S when I fell out serious buyers walking into
could be little more than a false, ARET of .my chair," local real estate offices to look
short-term move. PILACE Williams said. at properties.
Nonetheless, a recovery __ __ A year ago, There are headwinds, how-
must begin with tiny steps, : things. for ever, regardless of the sudden
somewhere, some way. For the' Steve Nicklas Williams and prosperity. A glut of soon-to-be
first time since the real estate co-owner Dee foreclosed properties hovers
market began softening, some Chaplin were not as rosy. Their *over the market like the begin-
local professionals are mutter- staid response to questions ning of a busy hurricane sea-
ing words of promise. Hope.. about the real estate market son.
Enthusiasm. was: "It's pretty, had. We're. Financing is difficult to
Several months ago, Roger struggling." obtain for many individuals and
Martin of ERA Fernandina That has recently changed. businesses. And heightened
Beach Realty said he was busier So much so, that Williams now federal regulations are'compli-
than any time since 2007 (for proclaims: "My prediction is eating the marketplace.
those who can't remember, that that 2012 will be a much better Still, in some locations
was the top of the market). Even year." such as Amelia Island, the sup-
mortgage brokers like Dan On a,state level, Florida is ply-demand equation can quick-
Bulna 'of Atlantic Mortgage growing again in terms of pop- ly become favorable because of
Consultants are finding ways ulation. The state added some. a limited inventory.
amid tightened regulations to '256,000 residents in a 15-month The same can be said for
finance real estate deals, with period. And on a national level, neighboring coastal locations,
regularity. !. homebuilding has accelerated but.not as much for towns and
Others like Hugh Williams, and reached levels not seen cities in the center of.the state;
co-owner of Prudential Chaplin since April 2010. property is virtually unlimited.
Williams Realty on Amelia These are obviously favor- there.
Island, have received shocking able trends within the real But let's not focus on any
news. John Holbrook informed estate markets. Especially when .negatives. Soon, a new yea will [
him! that he and other Chaplin in past years, an entire month be upon us. And hopefully, ga
Williams agents had been would pass with hardly a single new and improved landscape
will develop within the real
S~estate markets here and else-
OPEN AT where.
Steve Nicklas is a financial
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DAILY firm who lives on Amelia Island.
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO CONSIDER
ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE.
Nassau County proposes to amend ihe Naissau County Land
Development Code affecting the land area shown graphically
by adopting the following Ordinance:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS OF NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA AMEND-
ING ARTICLE 2 OF THE LA ND DEVELOPMENT COD E-
ELIMINATING TRANSPORTATION CONCURRENCY
AND PROPORTIONATE FAIR SHARE: CREATING AN
INTERIM ADEQUATE PUBLIC FACILITIES SYSTEM IN
RESPONSE TO HOUSE BILL 7207:' PROVIDING FOR
THE DEFINITION OF DE MINI IS IMPACT: PROVID-
ING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF APF WARRANTS AND
DURATION OF APPROVALS; PROVIDING FOR MEA-
SUREMENT OF AVAILABLE C.XPACITY FOR PUBLIC
FACILITIES: PROVIDLNG FOR SEVERABILITY; PRO-
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning and Zoning
Board of Nassau County will conduct a public hearing on
Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at 7:iU0 PNI regarding the proposed
ordinance. The. public. hearing will be held at the James S.
Page Governmental Complex. 96135 Nassau Place, Yulee,
Florida 32097.
All interested parties are in', ied 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-four (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 A VER-
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.
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Aaron, Matthewv and Sarah Bell of Science First present check to Susan Milana of
Communities in Schools.


Investing in students' futures


Nancy E. Bell, president of
Science First, has announced
that the company has donat-
ed $3,500 to Communities in
Schools of Nassau County to
send 10 middle school stu-
dents from Nassau County to
Flagler College for one Week
next summer.
This valuable program
introduces students who,
mightjnot otherwise consider
college to the array of learning
opportunities available, the col-
lege classroom environment
and the on-campus living expe-
rience.
Goal-setting and motivation
to work towards postsec-
ondary education are key


goals of the program provided
in cooperation with CIS. St.
Johns and the College Reach,
Out Program, explained Susan
Milana, executive dir i,:tor of
ConI ruiniier-, in Schools of
Nai.ssau Cunty One student
described thie epeiienct- "like
a window when the curtain is
opened" and they had "no idea
what was out there untilnow,".
she said.
The Science First sponsor-.
'ship was announced this"
month at a reception hosted
by Marcia arid Al Pertuz, CIS,
board vice chair with.the sup-
port of The Oyster Bay Yacht
Club. Sarah Bell, wife of Aaron
'Bell, part owner' of Science


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Flowers have been Heather.
King's pa-ion since she was
sweeping floors at a florist at
age 15. ,.
As designer and operations
manager at Artistic Florist,-
King prepares many ; of the
beautiful' ail angernients deliv-.
ered to honiis and busine.-es
on Amelia Island
"It's a beautiful art,,' said the
Virginia native, addinig that
brightening someone's day or
participating in their special
occasion makes standing on her
feet all day worth it.
King said she likes knowing
she's contributing to a special -
memory for her: customers,
even when that memory may.
be a sad occasion like the loss
of a loved one.
"The beautiful flowers can
make it easier." ,
Everything she knows, she
learned from owner Brooke
Raulerson, AIFD, FSMD
"She is the absolute best and
her technique is so phenome-
nal. She's constantly reinvent-
ing the arrangements and mak-
ing them new." '


First, is a regular volunteer for
CIS arid brought the Flagler
program to the attention of the
company. Sarah Bell's insight-
ful tutoring was recognized at
the OBYC event, where she
spoke about rhei nieds of our
most vulnerable children and
how volunteers can pi ovide
the onie-on-one relationship,
guidance and support they
need to succeed.
. For more information
about -Science First, contact
Nancy'Bell at info@science-
first.com. Additional informa-
tion about Communities In
Schools, Nassau is available
through Susan Milana at 321-
2000 or susait@cisnassau.org.


memories
Raulerson returns the
prr' I _. n y i n i.;'i'i 'eath'ef" is-'
defpendable, thoughtful and reli-'
able. Shed is a great team player.
and livens up everyone's day.:
Like all floral designers, each
design expresses her artistic
interpretation and love of flow-
ers."
The pair hones skills
and updates techniques at the
annually convention of the
American Institute of Floral
Designers.
Artistic Florist, located at
1875 S. 14th St., offers a variety
of fresh flowers and green
Plants as well as silk arrange-
ments.
Walk-ins are encouraged
and the designers will also go to
homes and set up holiday dis-
plays, using the homeowner's
decorations or fully dressed
trees from the shop.'
"We are a full-service flower
shop. We custom make every
design to the customer's spec-
ifications," said Raulerson.
Business hours are 9 a.m.-5
,p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-
3 p.m. Saturday. Phone 261-
5546 or visit www.artistic-
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JANUARY 3. 2012
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Roll your own, save
HEATHERA. PERRY cals found in comparable tobac- rently costs about $50
News-Leader- co products." said storeowner in most stores, but u,


With cigarettes costing
upwards of $5 a pack these
days, dedicated smokers will
be pleased to know there's a
less expensive way to feed their
habit.
At Smokers .Roll patrons
choose from various tobaccos
to create their own blends.
"Our. product contains no'
fillers, no additives or chemi-


Amal Soni.
After purchasing the tobac-
co and tubes, customers drop
them into the machine that
makes the cigarettes. Patrons
then pack the completed ciga-
rettes into cartons by hand.
One might expect these cus-
tom-made cigarettes to cost
more than regular store brands,
but the opposite is true.
A carton of cigarettes cur-


o
si


RYO (Roll Your Own) mr
cuts that price nearly in
just under $29 with tax.
"The industry star
2009," said Soni. "I l
about it through a friei
friend in July. We h
move quickly to
Nassau County. We ope
August."
Soni was surprised to
how many people in the


money
)r more area roll their own cigarettes.
ing the He said he is pleased to offer a
machine natural, economical product.
half to The store also carries plas-
tic packs in which to keep the
rted in rolled cigarettes as well as
earned other related items.
nd of a Smokers Roll is located at
had to 474321 E. State Road 2Q0.
secure Business hours are 10 a.m.-7
ened in p.m. Monday-Saturday and
noon-6 p.m. Sunday. Phone
o learn (904) 395-5556.
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What sets Nader's Pest We also love that it is located by tem maintenance, wildlife con-'
Raiders apart from other pest the beach and the beautiful. troland handyman services.
control companies. is their Florida weather!" The handyman services are
Quality Pro Certification,, sys i Although the parent com- 'part of the Integrated Pest
service center manager David 'pany is the eighth largest pest Management program, which
Eason.. control company in the U.S., it means that some pest control
"Less than, one percent of continues to' operate with the may not involve chemicals but
all pest control companies in d t ocus on local communities. merely sealing an access point
the U.S. achieve this certifica- "As a company we are : -or performing other. small
tion. It represents a dedication involved with the March of repairs.
to. professionalism, customer Dimes and raise funds for the "No job is too small," said
service,, excellence and envib organization annually. We are Eason. "We're right there, why
ronmental responsibility. It also also proud to support the Yulee not just take care of it?"
assures our customers that High School band. Additionally, Nader's Pest Raiders is
their service professional has our employees are active mem- located at96014 Chester Road.
undergone a thorough back- bers of the Yulee community, Business hours are 8 a.m.-5
ground check." donating their time and money p.m. Monday-Friday.
Family owned since 1964, to various organizations." "But we are available
Arrow Exterminators is the par- Nader's Pest Raiders offers 24/7/365 to address any cus-
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NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF

COUNTY COMMISSION REDISTRICTING BOUNDARY DESCRIPTIONS


PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTES 124.02, the Board of County Commissioners of Nassau County, Florida, does hereby give notice of the adoption of the following county commission district boundaries:

The Board of County Commissioners had changed the boundaries of existing county commissioners' districts and an accurate description of the boundaries of such districts, as changed, and as adopted and attached to the
minutes of December 12, 2011 Regular Session of the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners is outlined below:

NASSAU COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICTS:

District 1 ,.
All of that portion of Nassau County bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of SR 200/AlA and Amelia River or (Thomas J. Shave Jr. Bridge), proceeding easterly along the centerline of SR
200/A1A to Old Amelia Avenue, and proceeding easterly along the centerline of Old Amelia Avenue' to Amelia Road, and proceeding southerly along the centerline of Amelia Road to Simmons Road, and proceeding east-
erly along the centerline of Simmons Road to Fletcher Avenue (AlA), and proceeding southerly along the centerline of Fletcher Avenue (A1A) to Hutchins Avenue/Beach Access #39, and proceeding easterly along the cen-
terline of Hutchins Avenue/Beach Access #39 to the Atlantic Ocean/county line, and proceeding northerly along the Atlantic Ocean/county line to the state and county line, and proceeding westerly along the state and
county line to the Amelia River, proceeding southerly along the Amelia River to the Point of Beginning described as the intersection of SR 200/A1A and Amelia River or (Thomas J. Shave Jr. Bridge).

District 2
All of that portion of Nassau County bounded.and described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of SR 200/AlA and Amelia River or (Thomas j. Shave Jr. Bridge), proceeding easterly along the centerline of SR
.200/AlA to Old Amelia Avenue, and,proceeding easterly alongthe centerline of Old Amelia Avenue to Amelia Road, and proceeding southerly along the centerline of Amelia Road to Simmons Road, and proceeding
easterly along the centerline of Simmons Road to Fletcher Avenue (AlA), and proceeding southerly along the centerline of Fletcher Avenue (A1A) to Hutchins Avenue/Beach Access #39, and proceeding easterly along
thle centerline of Hutchins Avenue/Beach Access '#39 to the Atlantic Ocean/county linrre, and proceeding' southerly along the Atlantic Ocean/county line to the Nassau River/county line, and proceeding westerly along
the Nassau River/county line to Lofton Creek. and proceeding northerly along Lofton Creek to SR 200/A1A, and proceed easterly along the centerline of SR 200/AlTAto the Point of Beginning described as the intersection
of SR 200/A1A and Amelia River or (Thomas I. Shave Jr. Bridge).


All of that portion of Nassau County bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of SR 200/A1A and Amelia River or (Thomas j.'Shave Jr. Bridge), proceeding westerly along the centerline of SR
200/A1A to Lofton Creek, and proceeding southerly along LOfton Creek to the Nassau River/ county line, and proceeding westerly along Nassau River/county line to Interstate 95, and proceeding northerly along the
.centerline of Interstate 95 to county line. St. Mary's River, and proceeding easterly along the county line/St. Mary's River to the Amelia River, proceeding southerly along the Amelia River to the Point of Beginning
described as the intersection of SR 200/AlA and Amelia River or (Thomas J. Shave Jr. Bridge).

Distrct4
All of that portion of Nassau County bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of Middle Road/C.R. 1.21A and C.R. 108, and proceeding easterly along the centerline of C.R. 108 to Lessie Road, and
proceeding northerly along Lessie Road to the Little St. Mary's River, and proceeding easterly along the Little St. Mary's River to the county line/St Mary's River, and proceeding westerly along the county line/St Mary's
River, and proceeding southerly along the county line:to the most southwest point of Nassau County, and proceeding easterly along the county line to Thomas Creek Road,.and proceeding northwest along. the center-
line of Thomas Creek Road to' N6rfolk Southern Railroad, arid proceeding northwest along Norfolk Southern Railroad to Mills Creek, and proceeding northerly along a branch of Mills Creek to River Road (C.R. 108), and
proceeding easterly along the centerline of River Road (C.R. 108) approximately 965 +/- feet to the eastern boundary ,f Parcel Number 29-2N-24-0000-0001-0010 (O.R. Book.1016, Page 632) or 612125 River Road,
Callahan, FL 32011, and proceeding. nrtherly along"the eastern boundary of Parcel Number 29-2N-24-0000-0001-0010 (O.R. Book 1016, Page 632) or 612125 River Road, Callahan, FL 32011 to Alligator Creek, and
proceeding northerly along a branch of Alligator Creek to South.Hilliard HuntClub Road (dirt road), and proceeding northerly along the centerline of South Hilliard Hunt Club Road to the intersection of Dyal Road and
Old Dixie Highway, and proceeding easterly along the centerline of Dyal Road to U.S. 1/U.S. 23/U.S. 301 (S.R. 15), and proceeding southerly along the centerline of U.S. 1/U.S. 23/U.S. 301 (S.R. 15) approximately -
17001 +/- to Mills Creek, and proceeding easterly along Mills Creek to'Musselwhite Road, and proceeding northerly along the centerline of Musselwhite Road to Middle Road /C.R. 121A/Griffin Road West, and proceeding
northerly along the centerline of Middle Road/C.R. 121A to the Point of Beginning described as the intersection of Middle Road/C.R. 121A and C.R. 108.

District 5
All of that portion of Nassau County bounded and'described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of Middle Road/C.R. 121A and C.R. 108, and proceeding easterly along the centerline of C.R. 108 to Lessie Road, and
proceeding northerly along the centerline of Lessie Road to the Little St. Mary's River, and proceeding easterly along the Little St. Mary's River to the county line/St Mary's River, and proceeding easterly along the
county line/St Mary's River.to Interstate 95, and proceeding southerly along the centerline of Interstate 95 to the county line, and proceeding westerly along the county line to Thomas Creek Road, and proceeding north-
west along the centerline of Thomas Creek Road to Norfolk Southern Railroad, and proceeding northwest along Norfolk Southern Railroad to Mills Creek, and proceeding northerly along a branch of Mills Creek to River
Road (C.R. 108)/,and proceeding easterly along the centerline of River Road (C.R. 108) approximately,965 +/- feet to the eastern boundary of Parcel Number 29-2N-24-0000-0001-0010 (O.R. Book 1016, Page 632) or
612125 River Road, Callahan, FL 32011, and proceeding northerly along the eastern boundary of Parcel Number 29-2N-24-0000-0001-0010 (O.R. Book 1016, Page 632) or 612125 River Road, Callahan, FL 32011 to Alligator
Creek, and proceeding northerly along a branch of Alligator.Creek to South Hilliard Hunt Club Road (dirt road), and proceeding northerly along the centerline of South Hilliard Hunt Club Road to the intersection of
Dyal Road and Old Dixie Highway,'and proceeding easterly along the centerline of Dyal Road to U.S. 1/U.S. 23/U.S. 301 (S.R.'15), and proceeding southerly along the centerline of U.S. 1/U.S. 23/U.S. 301 (S.R. 15)
approximately 1700' +/- to Mills Creek, and proceeding easterly along MillisCreek to Musselwhite Road, and proceeding northerly along the centerline of Musselwhite Road to Middle Road /C.R. 121A/Griffin Road West,
and proceeding northerly along the centerline of Middle Road/C.R. 121A to the Point-of Beginning described as the intersection of Middle Road/C.R. 121A and C.R. 108. +


These descriptions and a certified copy of the excerpt of minutes (which minutes contain board action and the boundary descriptions) of the December 12, 2011 session of the Nassau County Board of County
Commissioners wherein the Board adopted Resolution 2011-189 are available for public inspection on the County's website at www.nassaucountyfl.com, at the Clerk's website at www.nassauclerk.com, and at the following
locations:


Nassau County Clerk of Courts Office
76347 Veterans Way
Yulee, Florida 32097
Normal business hours Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Nassau County.Manager's Office
jametS. Page Governmental Complex
96135 Nassau Place
Yulee, Florida 30297
Normal business hours Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Nassau County Public Services Office
James S. Page Governmental Complex
96161 Nassau Place
Yulee, Florida 32097
Normal business hours Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Nassau County Public Libraries:
Fernandina Beach Branch
25 N. 4th Street
Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034
Hours:.Monday & Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Yulee Branch
FCC) Campus
76346 William Burgess Blvd.
Yulee, Florida 32097
Hours: Monday Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.


Bryceville Branch
7280 Motes Road
Bryceville, FL 32009
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday & Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Thursday 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Callahan Branch
450077 State Road 200
'Suite 1S
Callahan, FL 32011
Hours: Monday, Thursday- Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday, 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Hilliard Branch
15821 CR 108 Hilliard Branch
15821 CR 108
Hilliard, FL 32046
Hours: Monday Wednesday & Friday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Thursday 12:00 p.m. to 8:00, p.m.


Dated this 21st day of December 2011.
Walter J. Boatright, Chairman
Board of County Commissioners
Nassau County, FloriAttest:
John A. Crawford
Ex-Officio Clerk


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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2011 OPINION News-Leader


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VIEWPOINT/JOHN JOSEPH CASCONE/FERNANDINA BEACH



A blockbuster for Fernandina


J am awfully sorry for my lack of apprecia-
tion of all those wonderful people who have
worked so hard to, turn our little backwater,
no-see-um and chigger-infested, underedu-
cated town into the places they left to come
here. Like the Timucuans before me, I have
misinterpreted their intentions and failed to
understand their actions as being better for me
and my "ilk" and the place we call home. I'm
sure the passage of a few more years with the
implementation of all these progressive ideas
and this island will bear no more resemblance
to the place I visited as a child than it would to
the Timucuans of yore.
There was a.movie I refused to see until my
wife literally dragged me to the theater, with
the help of friends, because I absolutely
deplore science fiction and its title was befud-
dling to my locally educated and underdevel-
oped. mind. Back to the Future became a movie
I enjoyed and watched many more times as the
age, of video stumbled into my life of black and
white round-screen television sets. Learned a
valuable lesson and opened my mind to look
beyond the cover of a book or title of a movie
"before I pooh-poohed its value.'Also, I learned
that just because someone, my wife in this.
instance, disagreed with me, it didn't mean she
was being .negative.
There was a way of life in Florida that we
tried to do away with in the latter half of the last
century. The purpose was to do away with the
willy-nilly development of property across our
fair state without providing the infrastructure
for an efficient and effective existence of the to
.be developed communities. Further, the goal
was to prevent the placement of that infrastruc-


ture prior to plans being in place that met the
needs for all projected development in that
area. The benefit was multifaceted in that it
kept the costs off the backs of the taxpayers
and required the end users and beneficiaries to
foot the bill and it kept down urban sprawl and
the blight that often follows. That was true
progress for Floridians!
Other things happened during that time
alsd. Fernandina got electricity, indoor plumb-
ing, party lines, our schools got books, roads
got paved and, best of all for us less fortunate
souls suffering from ringworms, rampant lice
and chigger bites, an influx of transplants with
better ideas. We got brilliant people who could-
n't believe their great fortune in finding proper-
ty so close to the ocean that had never been
developed. They scarfed it up like barefoot hill-
billies at a moonshine sale. Condominiums and
beautiful homes soon abounded, encroaching
on those pesky sand dunes. Contractors and
builders who were all locally educated aind.
trained didn't know what they were talking
about. "Just build it like we tell you," they were
told. Whoops! What's a nor'easter?
Our simple shrimping village continues to
progress with the input of the better ideas. No'
more shrimp boats, they smell and attract
those fishermen types, but we do have some
beautiful properties off the tax rolls now that
the government is-the listed owner. We have
property where no one would ever expect it,
but it's certainly a better idea to have more.
Our picturesque little home is a place of beauty,
great views of the water with little access for
the public. Unlike the big city below us, we '
don't want to disrupt the view for the tourists


by letting the great unwashed litter the water-
ways with fishing vessels and kayaks. No, we
aspire to the greatness of a magnitude the
locally educated can't perceive!
Why would you seek to make waterway
access a priority? Especially on an island! Why
would you seek to improve drainage? Or put
utilities underground so they aren't crippled by
the elements? No, that's a negative view of the
future for our citizens! We need to follow the
script filled with better ideas and come togeth-
er singing Kumbaya'and thanking them for .'
their countless hours of thought and planning
on how to spend our money. I think the positive
approach that can bring us all together and pay
homage to our progressive leaders is to.film a
new movie based on all of this. Let the stars
have their limelight! I can see it now, "The vul-
ture," "The 'gander," along with their support-
ing cast, scenes shot in the rapidly emptying
storefronts along Centre Street and the side
streets when the rains don't flood them and
in daylight since downtown is now too dark to
see anything at night, what with the improved
lighting and all.
Yes, a movie is the answer! With what we '
have been given by;our leadership these last
few years and a positive outlook thanking them
for helping us slip slide to where we don't want
to be. With the help of the great minds that
have put together Forward Fernandina we can
surely have a hit of blockbuster proportions. I
can see the red carpets, the limos, the spot-
lights as the Vulture skulks across the lobby
for the premiere of Fernandina's finest hour.
Our trip to the big leagues as the credits begin
to roll Forward to the Past!


COMMUNITY THANKS

HolidayinParis'
GFWC Woman's Club of Fernandina Beach
had another very successful fundraiser on'
Nov. 16. The theme of our fashion show
fundraiser was "Holiday in Paris." ;
Our delicious French lunch was catered by
Brett Carter. Thank you, Brett! :
All the tables were beautifully decorated for
the holidays by club members and some very
generous local businesses: The Plantation
Shop, Absolute Fabrics and Gardens, Dottie
B's and Twisted Sisters. These decorated
tables were auctioned off by Milt Shirley, who
also donated a beautiful oifl painting Thank yoti
to all!
SAvery special thank you goes to two local
vendors who donated a percentage of their
sales: Antique Jewelry by Katrina Baxter and
Kim Holwell of Twisted Sisters.
We also want to thank the following for
donating items for our very successful raffle
and door prizes:, Scott and Sons, Steinmart,
Monkey Barrel, Bar Zin, Park Avenue Day

Gib Kurtz, Sonny's Bar B Q, Subway, Briiht
Mornings, Amelia Waves, Moon River Pizza.
Our clubhouse porch was beautifully dec-
orated by the designers at Martex Services.
Thank you so much.
Our fashion show was. a great success.
Beautiful clothes from Evelyne Talman and'
Fern Lily were modeled by club mefibers
and guests. Again, another thank you to Kim
Holwell of Twisted Sisters for coordinating
the clothes and models. There were lots of
compliments.
Yes, putting on this fundraiser fashion show
,was a lot of work! But it was worth it. We will,
be giving a very nice check to the media cen-
ters of Southside Elementary, Emma Love
Hardee Elementary, Yulee Primary and Yulee
Elementary. We are very excited about this
project.
Yes, we also did the Christmas Glow on,
Dec. 2, "our gift to the community" Our
GFWC Little Women were out in the cold
weather setting out.the luminaries along.
Atlantic Avenue. The community was wel-
comed back to our beautiful decorated club-
houise for cookies, 'punch and live entertain-
ment A festive fun time for everyone. Pictures
with Santa; face painting, entertainment.by
dancers from Bean School of Dance, Emma
Love Hardee' Chorus, Fernandina Beach
Middle Schobl Chorus and their very talent-
ed Drama Club, yes, a full evening of fun for
all.
Being a member of the largest women's vol-
unteer organization in the world is not only
rewarding but great fun. We are great group
of ladies! We meet the first Wednesday of
each month at 10 a.m. at our beautiful, club-,
house. What fun we have volunteering and
donating to our community.
Susanne Casillas Steffen, President
GFWC Woman's Club of
Fernandina Beach


SERVING YOU

Nassau County Commissioners:
,Danny Leeper, District 1-Femandina Beach,
261-8029 (h), 430-3868 (cel),
email: dieeper@nassaucountyfl.com.
Steve Kelley, District 2-Amelia Island,
Nassauville, O'Neil, 277-3948 (h), 556-0241 (cell),
email:- skelley@nassaucouhtyfl.com
Stacy Johnson, District 3-Yulee, 583-2746
(cell), e-mail: 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),


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Good local government
I have served in the U.S. Army
for almost 28 years. During the last
10 rears I have devoted: myself to
winning the war on terrorism. The
dedication required to do so takes an
unbelievable toll on the family mem-
bers of our men and women in the
Armed Forces. One point of comfort
for me has been that the very free-
doms I have fought and sacrificed
for have been upheld by equallyded-
icated and smart professionals in
our Nassau County Supervisor of
Elections office.
Because of their exemplary cus-
tomer service and exceptionally
effective management systems I
have never missed the opportunity
to vote and make my voice heard I
truly believe that Fernandina Beach
and Nassau County have some of
the very best local governments in
rTme iatloimo ?-r Ii' 5x' '5-p"4 t':
spective on this having served
throughout ouir nation.
Having sworn to defend our
Constitution, I have the honor of
thanking the good men and women
of our local governments forhelping
make the dream of freedom and
democracy real.
From the bottom of my heart,'
this soldier thanks you dedicated
patriots.
Col. Gregory M. Martin
Silver Spring, Md.

Underage tobacco use
'Tobacco Free Nassau'
Partnership appreciates the tremen-,
dous efforts of the Fernandina'
Beach Police Department for their
dedication and continued support
in the fight against underage tobac-
co use. Over the past year, the city
police have- conducted more than
75 undercoverr attempts to buy
tobacco. They issued four citations
to retailers. This ongoing effort and
partnership with the police depart-
ment, Tobacco Free Nassau
Partnership and Nassau Alcohol
Crime and 'Drug Abatement
Coalitiont(NACDAC) has brought
more awareness to retailers of the
importance to card young people
attempting to purchase tobacco
products. '
Tobacco use is the number one
preventable cause of death in the
U.S. When retailers uphold the law,
it is an important step to prevent
and improve the health of our com-,
munity.
Jennifer Emmons
Tobacco Prevention
Specialist
Nassau County Health
Department

American Patriot
aboutto retire
A true American patriot amongst
us is about to retire. Miles "Rick"
Miller, air traffic manager of the
Jacksonville Center in Hilliard, has
served the FAA for 38 years. His
annual budget ranged between $40-
45 million. (The total center budget
is about $90 million annually, but
his responsibility is with the air traf-
fic side of the house). He has had a
tremendous influence on the eco-
nomic impact of Nassau County for
the last 14 years. Jacksonville Center
is the sixth busiest FAA center in the
nation. Jacksonville Center is one
of the largest employers in Nassau
County.
Rick is a prime example of fol-
lowing your hopes and passions and
living the American dream. Rick was
born in the Bronx, but raised in
Miami. His parents tried to escape
the polio epidemic and took him
back to New Jersey during his
"formative" years. His ninth-grade
teacher told him, in front of his par-
- ents, that he would never amount to


anything'. He was bored with and-
struggled with school. He was inter-
ested in airplanes and boats at an
early age, and very mechanically
inclined. Give him a book, and he'
can fix anything. He put himself
through A&P school, worked as a
mechanic for Eastern Airlines and
becameapilot He joined the FAAin
1974 and became an air traffic con-
troller. He honored the vow he took,
and did not go on strike during the
Reagan era. He worked his way up
through the ranks .over the.years,
and became the air traffic manager
of Jacksonville Center in 1998..
.He is a true lifesaver as well. In
1983. he drove by a house that was,
engulfed in flames, ran up to it,
kicked the door down and saved the
pets. The home was owned by, a
merchant marine who was out to
sea. When he returned, he thanked
Rick for saying his pets with a wad
of cash. In 1993, while on vacation in
Maine, he saw a father and son,
struggling against a rip current He
was not a lifeguard or a surfer but he
grabbed a surfboard and swam out
to rescue both of them in 48-degree
water. That family still sends
Christmas cards to express their
extreme gratitude in saving their
lives.
When he arrived at Jacksonville
Center to serve as air traffic man-
ager, it was a "hotbed" of racial
issues. A Confederate flag issue that
started in his facility went to the
Supreme Court He managed hate
and discontent with several unions.
He faced pendulum swings in lead-
ership as presidents changed from
Republicans to Democrats. It has
not been an easy road, but he is leav-
ing at the top of his game.
He is retiring with one of the
most diverse work forces within the
FAA. He received the Quesada
award. He runs the most efficient
center in the nation. He has shown
that by following your passions and
through hard work, dedication and
perseverance blood, sweat and
tears .- the American dream can be
realized.
He is a true American patriot
Jessica Miller
Devoted and loving wife of
Miles "Rick" Miller
Amelia Island

Joyful holidayseason
Happy New Year to you all!
We would like to express our
thanks to everyone for making our


holiday season joyful. The gifts of
your tjme, homemade treats, cards,
fruit baskets, caroling from the
many students, church members
*and clubs made our holiday season'
special.
Tammi Holland,
Executive Director
Savannah Grand Assistance
havingg Residences
Fernandina Beach

Christmas angels
I want to let our community
know how touched I have been
while shopping because some of the
people who helped me have gone
above anid beyond the'call of duty
this Christamas season. To begin I,
would like to say that the employees
in CVS have touched my life to the
utmost degree possible! Two girls,
Stacey Joyce and Ashley Douglas,
even went to a rental car with me
and got the air conditioning work-
ing. This' was after Carol Murray
drove my carfor me to Stevenson's
Collision Center, where an insur-
ance adjustor took good care of me
and got my driver's side car door
open. She even drove a new key-
less car home for me if I would get'
enough courage to drive it while my
car was being repaired. Stevenson's
went above and beyond the call of
duty repairing my car and guaran-
teed the work for the life of the car!
Thanks is inadequate also for my
daughter, Linda McClane, who
called the insurance and set it up
and drove my car home foi me when
the work was completed! Before I
leave CVS please let me tell you that
Roberta Archer, the photo manager,.
literally moves mountains for my
photo requests. I even called the
CEO of CVS to report on their out-
standing photo manager! Wow!
At Applebee's I was quite
impressed with the services of the
manager, John Jackson, Jessica
Taylor, the waitress, 'and a fine
young man who is a senior at
Fernqndina Beach High School,
who is the host after school and on
Sunday! He makes one feel she
belongs.there! They are happy to
see someone walk in!
How touched I always am with all
the waiters and waitresses at Chik-
fil-A.
Recently, Rebekah Defee moved
me almost to tears with her love and
devotion!
It is as if they know I need a
break when I drop in and they bring


P* PATBAGLEY/SALTLAKETRIBUNE

Sme my food or drink! I feel I am at
the Ritz when they. say, "My pleas-
ure" and smile! At Staples, I cannot
A say enough about the helpful man-
ager Bruce Wilson and Rachel
Green, among others such as Aaron
Scott in Electronics and' others.
Molly Main, Wal-Mart Customer'
Service/Layaway, helped me with
"photo Christmas cards and went
above and beyond the call of duty at
such a busy season!
I cannot say thanks enough to
John Mead Framery and Trdphy!
He has done framing for me for 14
years, but to call on Tuesday before
'Christmas and be able to have the
framed pictures the next day as
busyas he is is above and beyond!
,Thanks, Chloe Cooper, a high
school junior, who has helped me
move mountains! I love to work with
high school students, having taught
school all of my life! I want to end my
letter with the favorite message I
put on my Christmas cards this year
"Love lights the season, warms the
hear, blesses the home!"
,Let's keep the spirit all year
'round.in our hearts! I believe!
Janie Wilkins
Fernandina Beach

Misledl
Has anyone else been quoted a
monthly price for a service, signed
a 2-year contract and then received
a bill for much more each month?
This seems to be the practice of
some Internet, TV and wireless
phone companies. And it just hap-
pened to me!
Many local residents have told
me similar stories, but felt we have
little recourse. These companies
add on many charges, but neglect to
inform the potential customer at
the time the contract for these serv-
ices is signed.
What a shock when we receive
our first bill!
I have had no success refuting
this practice as an individual, but
please help call the company that
has misled you and voice your con-
cern if this happened to you. We
need to insist on "full disclosure."
The Better Business Bureau
needs to have more reports on this
also! There should be strength in
numbers. Let's protect others from
this unfair practice during this time
when we all need to plan our budg-
ets more carefully.
Janet Dunnegan
Fernandina Beach


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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28,2011 NEWS News-Leader


POLITICS IN BRIEF


Fundraiser
A fundraising reception
honoring state Rep. Denise
Grimsley, chairman of the
Florida House of
Representatives
,Appropriations Committee
and candidate for Senate
District 17, is scheduled from
5:30-7:30.p.m. Jan. 5 at 4477
Buccaneer Trail. The host
committee is former state rep-
resentative Marilyn. Evans-
Jones, George Sheffield,
Shandra Riffey and Laureen
Pagel.
RSVP to Riffey at (904)
849-7346 or riffeys@com-
cast.net by Tuesday.
The purchase of a ticket
for or a contribution to the
campaign fundraiser is a con-
tribution to the campaign of,
Denise Grimsley
Grimsley was first elected
to the House of
Representatives in 2004. She
has been a champion on
issues related to domestic vio-
lence.


Mayor's'town
meeting
New Fernandina Beach
Mayor Arlene Filkoff will con-
duct a "Town Meeting",at 7
p.m. Jan. 5at
the Fernan-
dina Beach
Police,:
Department
Community Q..
Room at 1525 :
Lime St.
Citizens Filkoff
are encour-
aged to
attend-and ask questions and
receive input on various ,
issues and topics. They may
attend just to listen if they'
prefer.
For more information call
the City Clerk's Office at 277-,
7305.
Young Republicans
The Nassau County Young
Republicans will host a
Campaign Kick-Off Event
From 6:30-8 p.m. on Sunday,


Jan. 15 at Gourmet Gourmet,
1408 Lewis St.
This event is to jumpstart
the critical 2012 campaign sea-
son and is open to the public.
Candidates for local offices as
well as representatives for the
.presidential candidates have
been invited to attend. This -
will be an opportunity for the
candidates to share their mes-
sage, answer questions and
meet and greet with residents
. of Nassau County.
Cost of the event is $15 per
person, which includes light
hors d'oeuvres and two drink
tickets. To RSVP for this
event, contact Justin Taylor,
chair, at
jmtaylor082@yahoo.com or
(904) 226-6207 or Car Cahill,
vice chair, at carifcahill@bell-
south.net or (904) 234-7893.
Absentee ballots
The Nassau County
Supervisor of Elections office
will mail ballots to registered
Republicans who plan to vote
in.the Jan. 31 presidential pri-


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to returnthe ballot by mail,
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hand delivered to either of the
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turned in at the polls on
Election Day.
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call the office at 491-7500, toll
free. 1-866-2604301 or TDD
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of Elections Vicki P Cannon
.wants to make it easy for ,.
organizations to conduct voter
registration drives by offering
the services of her office to
conduct voter registration for
organizations, churches, busi-
nesses and-events. "This is an
important election year and it
is'always our mission to
ensure the integrity of the
election process, and .to make
sure that process is. accessible
and accurate," Cannon said.
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event would like to receive
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contact the Nassau County
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If you're a parent needing
child care, a veteran seeking
housing, a daughter con-
cerned about an aging loved
one or someone who's recent-
ly fallen on hard times, there
are local services who may be
able to help. But how do you
find them?
Agood place to start is the
"Community Resource Guide"
on the Nassau County Health
Department's website nas-
saucountyhealth.org. It's a
comprehensive overview of
area organizations and serv-
ices, locations, hours of oper-
ation, eligibility requirements,
phone numbers, web address-
es and more. Listings are
organized by category, such
as crisis help, childcare/pre-
school, elder care, dental serv-
ices, clothing assistance, hous-
ing, food assistance, legal.
services, etc.
Health department staff
maintain'and update the guide
monthly with input from the
Nassau County Health Impro-
vement Coalition (NCHIC).
NCHIC consists of individu-
als in health-related business-
es, non-profits and.the public
sector who meet, regularly to'
help .identify and respond to
community-wide health needs,
said Eugenia Seidel, director
of the Nassau, County.
Department of Health. "They
review survey and focus group
results to identify projects to
work on. The guide directory,
project came from recognition
that many services exist, but
often people just do not know
what's available for them."
People can access the ihfor-
mation from any computer
and, if a hard"copy is needed,
it's easy to print out, says
Ashley Krajewski, public
health nutrition consultant
with the Health Department.
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but it's up to the agencies to
notify us when changes nieed
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In recent years, NCHIC
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issues. It provided diet arid
nutrition articles to local news-
papers and supported an
effort to increase physical
exercise in area elementary.
schools by installing "Peaceful
Playground" systems.
Peaceful Playgounds use4
games and colorful stencils to
distribute, students evenly
throughout the playing area..
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maximum number of students
in healthy, often educational,
purposeful play and decrease
confrontations and injuries.
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WEDNESDAY DE~CEBER 2. 2011-NEWS News-Leader


COURT REPORT
The following report was session-of a controlled sub-
compiled by Angela Daughtry, stance and an adjudication of
News-Leader staff, from the Dec. guilt was reaffirmed. Probation
20 court docket of Circuit Court was reinstated subject to the
Judge Robert M. Foster. original terms and conditions.
N Ethan Wayne Adams 0 Randel Leon Hill was
pleaded guilty to a lesser- served an affidavit and plead-
included charge of possession ed not guilty to a violation of
of more than 20 grams of probation on a charge of aggra-
cannabis and adjudication was vated assault with a deadly
withheld. He.was sentenced to weapon.
18 months' drug offender pro- A jury trial date of March,
nation with random urinalysis 12 was set for Latasha Mattrell
and must submit to a drug/al- Johnson who has pleaded not
cohol evaluation within 60 days guilty to charges of aggravated
and follow.up With any.recom- .abuse of an elderly or disabled
mended treatment. He was person and neglect of an eld-
ordered to. pay.$498 in court erly or disabled person.
costs and $100 to the State Damon Richard Miller
Attorney's Office. pleaded guilty to criminal mis--
Eugenia Hurst Adams chief over $1,000, battery on a
pleaded guilty to, grand theft law enforcement officer'and
and was adjudicated guilty. She disorderly intoxication and
was not prosecuted on a adjudication was withheld. He
charge of dealing in stolen was not prosecuted on an addi-
property. She was' sentenced tional charge of disorderly
-to tinie served iii Nassau intoxication. He was sentenced
County Jail followed by. 12 to four months in Nassau
months' probation aiid must County Jail with credit for time
also submit to'a drug/aldohol, served and must submit to a
evaluation within 60 days and drug/alcohol evaluation within
follow up with any recomi- 60 days of release and follow up
Smended treatment. She was with recommended treatment.
ordered to.pay $398 in court He was ordered to pay $796 in
costs, $150 to the Public court costs, $300 to the Public
Defender's Office and $100 t9 Defender's Office and $200 to
the State Attorney's Office. the State Attorney's Office. The
.Jack Dylan Bishop was court reserved jurisdiction on
served an affidavit and admit- the amount of restitution.
ted a violation of probation on I Lorie Dean Pipkin was
a charge of tampering with evi- not prosecuted on a charge of
de'rce and adjudication was obtaining, property in ex-
withheld. He was sentenced to change for a worthless check.
45 days in Nassau County Jail U Tina Boyd Rio pleaded
with credit for time served and guilty to manufacture or deliv-
probation was reinstated sub- ery of a controlled substance
ject to the original terms and with intent to sell and posses-
conditions. sion of a listed.chemical'with
Shawn Bryant Burnes manufacture of a controlled
was served an affidavit and substance, andwas adjudicated
denied violation of probation guilty. She was sentenced to 14
on a charge of habitual driv-. months'in a state prison with
ing while license is suspended. credit for time served, to run
or revoked. concurrently, Shewas ordered
Martin Anthony Decle- to pay $498 in court costs, $150
menti pleaded guilty to a vio- to the Public Defender's Office
lation of probation on a charge. and $100 to the StateAttorney's
.ofgrand theft and was adjudi- Office.
cated guilty. Probation was Ronald Jacob Royal II was
revoked and terminated and, riot prosecuted on three counts
he was ordered to pay $555:12 of possession of a controlled
in outstanding costs. substanc- without a prescrip-
Reba Mae Douglas tion He pleaded guilty to one
pleaded guilty to a lesser- count ol possession of a con-
included charge of introducing trolld substance without a pre-
contraband-into a county facil- scription and was adjudicated
ity and adjudication was with- guilty He was sLentenced to
'held. Shewas sentenced to six time served in Nassau Counry
..--months' probation and must' Jail and ordered to pay S49S in
continue with outpatient diug .court costs. Slfi to the Slate
treatment andtherapy and pro- Attorr. 's (fie..st)0 the"
vide prool of suhli to th'_ pro- Regiunaul Cornllict CI'ur,-l arnd
nation officer. Shewas ordered $30 to the Public D[-fender'-
to pay $398'in court costs, $150 Office
to the Public Defender's Office H: A jury trial date of March
\and$0lotothe.StateAttorney's 12 was s _t for Joseph Wayne
Office. Williamsi on charges of felony
0 Scott E'dward Hayrrien domestic battery with stran-
was served an affidavit'and gulation. domestic battery and
pleaded guilty to a violation of attempted criminal mischief,
probation on a charge of pos- '200 or less.


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Scam: Home security systems


Although Fernandina Beach
is not exactly considered a high-
crime area, some companies are
suggesting it is to. elderly home-
owners in order to scare them
into purchasing an expensive
home alarm system. In a col-
umn just two weeks ago we
related the scam being spread
by door-to-door salesmen. Since
then, Seniors vs. Crime has
received two telephone calls
from localeresidents reporting
this practice in their neighbor-
hood. If you don't answer the
door, sales literature, is left
behind advertising a "FREE
Complete Home Security
System." ;I
Now this scam is being per-
petrated by advertising fliers
found in a Jacksonville newspa-
per. And again you are told the
$850 system is free, except. of
Scourse.for a $99.:cstomer ifistal-
lation charge and the'three
years of monitoring which at
$36/month adds.up to another
$1,300. Somehow that does not.
sound like free but to find out
About the 36-month monitoring
contract, you must get out your
magnifying glass and read the
small print at the bottom of the
flier. If you agree, to and sign
the three-year monitoring con-
tract, it will be extremely diffi-
cultfor you to cancel the agree-
ment.
"To update you on the case
we reported, on of the elderly
couple (both 84 years old) that
signed such an agreement, the
nationally known alarm compa-
ny and its agent are saying it's
too bad for them, they signed
.the contract and have to live
with-it. The company did offer
two new deals to Seniors vs
Crime on behalf of the couple
Deal 1: If they waited a few
more months until the first year
was up and then paid a 75 per-,
cent cancellation fee. the com-
pany would agree to cancel the
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Deal 2: Beginning in February
2012, the company would offer
the couple a 20 percent discount
on the monthly monitoring
charges that discount
amounts to $172.80.
Seniors vs. Crime was also
offered another freebie by the
alarm company on behalf of the
couple. The ,caring salesman
said he would return to their
home and instruct them once
more on the operation of the
system. Never mind that.
because of their age and the
'lady's dementia, they cannot
remember the password. And
since they have reached their
limit of free police visits they.
do not even arm the system any-
more. This couple lives solely
on Social Security payments and
has trouble making ends meet
without having to pay the
$36/month payments extend-
ing through February 2014.
: Notwithstanding the intran-
sigent behavior of this home
security company, we intend tb;
pursue this matter until a fair
resolution to this unfair treat-i:
ment is reached. If you or some-
.oneyouknowhas been coerced


into agreeing to a multi-year
contract for security services.'
they are unable to use, please
'contact our office at 277-7342,
ext 232. Ifwe are able to show
that the company involved here'
is targeting the elderly and
frightening them into agreeing -
to services they are not able to
use, we may be.able to bring an
end to this predatory practice.
Also be reminded that once
you sign a contract, similar to
one for cell phone service over
a number ofyears,getting out of
the contract is hard to do.
Please be aware ofwhatyou are
signing and do not allow your-
self to become a victim of this
home security system scam or;


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We will.


any other payment over time
related scheme.
Seniors vs. Crime is a special
project of the Florida State
Attorney General and in part-
nership -with the Fernandina
Beach Police Department. Our
services- are free and we are
staffed with local volunteers. We
provide education about scams
and frauds. I/you are involved in
a civil dispute, we will assist you
to reach a resolution. If you feel
that someone is about to or has
taken advantage of you. please
call us at 277-7342, ext: 232 or
email us atsvc)bfl@gmail.com.
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Sean Poynter of Fernandina Beach made the move from competitive shortboarder to standup paddleboarder two
years ago and, after a full season under his belt, he finished third in the Hawaii Island Finals and seventh overall
in the world for 2011. .



Poynter paddles to No. 7 in world


BETH JONES
News-Leader

Surfing since the age of 10, pro.
shortboarder Sean Poynter found him-'
self-at a crossroads two years ago. '
"My main sponsor Volcom basically
dropped me," said Poynter, 22, of
Fernandina Beach. "I thought if I'm
going to make a real push .at this, I have
to get out of Fernandina Beach and
head out west. It's the hotbed of the
surfing industry."
So on Sept. 14, 2009, Poynter packed
up and drove west "with the intention of
breaking back into the shortboard
industry. When I got i ut th. r I -, I was
working at it, but nothing was' coming
along,"
Poynter said the economy took its
toll on the surfing industry as well...
"After a month or so living in
California, standup kind of arose,".
, Poynter said. "A couple of months
before moving out to California, I was
introduced to stand. piadidl1bo.ardi rg.
It was fun. I enjoyed it.
"I thought I could go down this r'.ad,
where entirely -1..thirng. is happr-irngfor
me, or I can go think direct 'rr, h.ri e it
could be a great opportunity for me. I
took that road."
Two years later, Poynter is one of the
world's top-ranked standup paddle-
boarders. He finished third overall in
the Hawaii Island Finals in November,
which, combined with a fourth-place fin-
ish in. France, pushed him to No. 7 in
the world rankings for 2011.
Poynter has also been selected for
the U.S. team for the World SUP Games
in Peru.
"It's quite an honor," Poynter said,
considering just two SUP surfers were
'selected for the team.
Although Poynter has switched his
focus to paddleboarding, surfing is still
very much a part of his life.
"It's the inspiration for my paddle-
boarding," 'he said. "Surfing is still very


Poynter has also been selected for the U.S. team at the World SUP Games
in Peru.


much part of my repertoire."
Poynter is actively involved with
sponsor Starboard
"We're actually designing a line of
shri tbuards that we'll be launching in
2012," he said. "I've been helping out
with them,.working on these boards. So,
I've been doing quite a bit of surfing"
Trips to Thailand and 'Bali may be in
the near future for P.ynter to' test and
rework the boards:Through his work
, with Starboard and his competitions,
Poynter said he's been traveling a lot.
'This year I've been to over 10 coun-
tries," he said.
Poynter said the waves reached eight
feet in Hawaii during competitions.., .
"It wasn't massive for the competi-
tion. Nothing too extreme," he'said.
"But when I was in Spain in September,'
the waves were about 25 feet."
Poynter said the season, which runs
February through December, featured


just six events in 2011 but two more will
be added for 2012.
' Poynter calls San Diego home for 3-4
months year but travels back to
Fernandina Beach as much as possible .
"Traveling wears and tears on you a
little bit," he said. "When I'm back in
Fernandina Beach for a few days, it's
.nice, but I'm ready to get back to work. I
definitely have the travel bug."
Poynter said standup paddleboarding
is the fastest growing sport in the world
and he hopes the sport catches on with
.his parents.
"I just ordered a couple of boards for
my parents. They're excited to get out
on the water," he said. "It's catching like
wildfire. I love it."
The 2012 season opens in February
in Hawaii. .
For information, visit www.standup-
worldtourcom ,,r follow Poynter's blog
atwww seanpointer.com.


OUTDOORS / TIDES


WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER'28,2011
NEWS-LEADER / FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA


v BASKETBALL



Hornets hosting



county tourney



Thursday, Friday


BETH JONES
News-Leader


Boys and girls Nassau
County high basketball teams
will converge on Yulee, start-
ing tomorrow, for the annual
JohnnyT. Smith county tour-
nament. "
The first game features
the West Nassau and Hilliard
girls at 2:30 p.m. Thursday.
Fernandina and Yulee's girls
take the court at 4 p.m. The
FBHS and West Nassau boys
play at 6 p.m. and Hilliard and
Yulee's boys play in the night-
cap at 7:30 p.m.
Consolation'games are
slated for 2:30 p.m. (girlii and
4p.m. (boys). The champi-


onship games start at 6 p.m.
(girls) and 7:30 p.m: (boys).
"It's back to the four coun-
ty schc-.is." FBHS Coach
Matt Schreiber said "It
should be fun for everybody."
The FBHS Pirates are
coming off a tough loss to 7A
Wclfson. 67-32, last week. The
Wolfpack snapped a three-.
game winning streak f'.or thi
Pirates (5-5).
"You have to have a couple
of games like that on your
schedule," Schreiber said.
"We're just disappointed we
didn't play better." '
Leading the Pirates this
season is senior Jordan McIni-
tosh, who has had several
double-double performances.


'Get Ready to Run


Gate free seminars


Jacksonville Orthopaedic
Institute Baptist Beaches
physicians will present three
free seminars, "Getting Ready
to Run the Gate,"\on the sec-
ond Thursday. of January,
February and March at the
1st Place Spr Is, jacksonville
Beach store, 424 S. Third St.
Jacksonville Beach. :
The evening will begin
with a fun run, followed by
the seminar; question-and-
answer will follow. A JO
rehab staff member will be
available tI' discuss warm-up
and stretchirng before and
after the- fun run.
There is no charge and it
is open to the public.
On Jan. 12,StevenJ.:
Lancaster, M.D., will conduct
"Two Famous Runners'


Questions" -Do I have a
stress fracture? Do my run- .
ning shoes fit? Dale A.
Whitaker, M.D. will conduct
"Hip Injuries" Feb. 9.:.
"Common Foot and Ankle
Running Injuries" will be held
March 8 with Edward D
Young. .D
The fun run is'lruni -'.4'
p.m with the start and finish
'at the store. Refreshments,
including beer, wine, cheese,
water and soda, will be avil-
able from 6:45-7 p.m. The '
seminar is from 7-7:30 p.m.
with a 15-minute question-
- and-answer session to follow.
There will be door prizes.
To register email jmulrain
*@joionline.net or call the
Town Center store at 9041
620-9991.


Museum tournament
The 10th annual Amelia
Island Museum of History
Golf Tournament is Feb. 1.
Enjoy a fun-filled day of golf,
food, drinks, contests and
more while supporting the
museum. Entry fee is $150
and includes pre-tournament
party Feb. 16. Prizes for clos-
est-to-the-pin, longest drive.
and putting, cart and green
fees. An awards presentation.
follows play with heavy hors
d'oeuvres, beer and wine.
To register, contact Paul
Condit at 491-8499.


fth annve event
, The Hurricane Junior Golf
Tour will hold its first event of
2012 on Amelia Island, the
fifth anniversary kickoff, Jan.
14-15 at Amelia National Golf
Club.
The tour, recently ended
its fourth season of competi-
tion and featured more than
1,500 players with more than .
3,000 tournament registra-.
tions across 47 events over
the course of the 2011 season.
Registration deadline is
Jan. 4. Visit www.hjgt.com for
information.


Jones, Carter inductees for 2011 Gator Bowl Hall of Fame


The Gator Bowl Association recently
announced members of the Hall of Fame Class
of 2011. This year's induction class includes
former Oklahoma State Head Coach Pat
Jones, University of Michigan standout
Anthony Carter and Bill Nimnicht Sr., one of
Jacksonville's greatest civic leaders and a past
chairman of the Gator Bowl Association.
"The Gator Bowl is extremely proud to
honor these three outstanding individuals
whose contributions have had such a positive
impact in the world of college athletics," said
Greg Smith, chairman of the Gator Bowl
Association.
The CSX Coaches Luncheon and Hall of
Fame Induction will be held at noon Saturday
at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
Pat Jones has 37 years overall of coach-
ing experience 10 years in the National
Football League, 11 a major college head
coach, 10 as a major college assistant and five
of high school coaching experience.
As Head coach at Oklahoma State, Jones
made two Gator Bowl appearances in back-to-
back seasons. In the 1984 Gator Bowl, the
Oklahoma State Cowboys and first-year head
coach Jones took home the championship tro-
phy after a sensational finish with Oklahoma
State coming from behind in the final 64 sec-
onds to beat South Carolina 21-14.
In front of the second-largest crowd of all
the postseason college bowls, a record 82,138,
the Cowboys became the first Oklahoma State
football team ever to, win 10 games in one sea-
son. Jones and his Oklahoma State Cowboys
returned the next year to play in the 1985
Gator Bowl. A victory, however, was elusive as
Bobby Bowden's Florida State Seminoles won
the battle and took home the trophy in the
41st annual Gator Bowl.
Following his career as head coach of the
Oklahoma State Cowboys, Jones used his


FireworksNewYear's Eve
The Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl and the
City of Jacksonville will present a New Year's
Eve fireworks show to commemorate 2011
and celebrate the arrival of 2012 The show is
sponsored by Pyro Shows and Visit
Jacksonville through a public-pnvate partner-
ship The New Year's fireworks will com-
mence at the start of the New Year on Jan. 1
on the downtown riverfront The approximate-
ly 10-minute show will take place from one
barge behind The Jacksonville Landing and
can be viewed from both the Northbank and
Southbank riverwalks.
"This is an excellent chance to visit
Jacksonville's downtown dunng one of the
most exciting times of the year," said Mayor
Alvin Brown. 'As we all continue to navigate
our way through difficult economic times, it is
encouraging to see organizations come
Together to put on a great show for thousands


invaluable experience and opted for the NFL
as an assistant coach for the Miami Dolphins,'
a position he held from 1996-2003. During that
time, the Dolphins had five consecutive playoff
appearances -NFL's best. Following his
tenure with the Miami Dolphins, Jones joined
the Oakland Raiders as an assistant coach
from 2004-6. -
*Anthony "the Darter" Carter played for
the University of Michigan from 1978-82. In
addition to his duties as a receiver, he was also
the team's kickoff and punt returned for most
of his career. His 45-yard touchdown catch and
run against Indiana as time ran out to give
Michigan a 27-21 victory is considered one of
the greatest plays, if not the greatest play, in
Michigan football history.
In the December 28, 1979, Gator Bowl


of people. I want to thank Pyro Shows along
with Visit Jacksonville and the Gator Bowl
Association for all the hard work that goes
into the weekend's festivities. These types of
public-private partnerships are setting a
stronger foundation for Jacksonville's future
as a more vibrant hub of activity"
In addition, downtown Jacksonville will be
alive with activity throughout the weekend as
fans of the Ohio State Buckeyes and the
University of Florida Gators come to cheer on
their teams at the Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl.
The game will be held Jan 2 at 1 p.m. at
EverBank Field Many downtown restaurants,
hotels and businesses will also host New
Year's Eve celebrations
For information on the New Year's Eve
fireworks, visit MakeASceneDowntown corn
or call (904) 630-3690 For a complete listing
of Gator Bowl activities and ticket information,
visit GatorBowl corn


game, Michigan played North Carolina in a
close battle to the end. Carter was selected as
one of the Gator Bowl's most valuable players
along with John Wangler even though their
Wolverines just missed a Gator Bowl champi-
onship by two points, losing to.North Carolina
17-15.
By his sophomore year, Carter was the
Wolverines primary option at receiver. That
season he became the first second-year'player
to be voted Michigan team most valuable play-
er. A three-time All-American, he was named
Big Ten Conference MVP his senior season
and finished fourth in voting for the Heisman
Trophy.
Carter, also known as "A.C.," finished his
college career as the University of Michigan's
all-time leading receiver, and Went on to play


professionally for two years in the USFL and
11 years in the National Football League, nine
with the Minnesota Vikings and two with the
Detroit Lions..
Bill Nimnicht, Sr. was a former Gator
Bowl Association president, civic leader and
long-time Jacksonville auto dealer.
Nimnicht served as president of the Gator
Bowl Association and its board of trustees poli-
cy advisory committee. As Gator Bowl chair-
man, he oversaw the Jan. 1, 1953, Gator Bowl
Classic featuring Florida and Tulsa, a game his
'beloved Gators won 14-13.
As a delegate of the Gator Bowl Associa-
,tion, Nimnicht represented the city at the
annual Atlanta Touchdown Club Jamboree
almost every January for nearly 10 years and
was well-known by football personalities all
over the country.
Nimnicht founded Riverside Chevrolet in
1941 and, at the time, was the youngest
Chevrolet dealer in the country. The name of
the dealership was changed to Big "R" in 1968
and to Nimnicht Chevrolet in 1971.
Nimnicht was a strong community advo-
cate and also served as a member of the board
of governors of the Jacksonville Area
Chamber of Commerce; a member of the
Convention and Visitors Bureau advisory com-
mittee and a member of the executive commit-
tee of United Way. The Jaycees named him
Outstanding Young Man of the Year in 1953
and he received the Junior Chamber of
Commerce's Distinguished Service Award for
his work with the Jaycees.
Nimnicht was, first and foremost, one of
the greatest.advocates for the Gator Bowl He
was instrumental in laying the foundation and
introducing the sixth oldest bowl game to a
national audience. His contributions will forev-
er be etched in Gator Bowl history.
Visit www.gatorbowl.com for information.


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OUTDOORS


WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 28.2011/NEWS-LEADER


Amelia's world-class sporting


World champion clay shooter John
Woolley, top, takes aim at fast-flying
sporting clay that can travel up to 90
mph. Above, right, sporting clay competi-
tors Ron.Crews, left, and Mik.g Kelley
navigate the course with a four-wheelr
stocked with the day's shooiring supplies.
Above. Woolley demonstrates to local clay
shooting pro Gerald Wilder the awesome
Kolar Special shotgun, which took 400
hours to make, is one of six and sells for
829,995. Right, Woolley holds a British
clay shooting magazine, which features
him on the cover. Luke Riddington, far
right, and wife Tracey brought the maga-
zine from England to present to Woolley.
Also pictured are. far left, Amelia
Shotgun Sports owner Clyde Goodbread.
Wilder and Woolley's retriever, Ben.
t I hin f :6 E.,' iL ," '. , i:,.' I


gauge shotguns
filled the air at
Clyde Goodbread's
world-class sporting clay
course Sunday. Hot coffee
sausage and a delicious menu
,of breakfast items awaited
shooters who had yet to enter
thIii course.
Tucked conveniently just
north of Yulee off Goodbread
R,- ad and encompassing 25.
acres, Amelia Shotgun Sports
is definitely one of the coun-
try's best sporting clay, skeet
and trap facilities
"We hold competitive
shoots just about every week-
end," Goodbread said. "Folks
come from such far away
places as Canada for the
shoots as well. This weekend
we will have Luke and Tracey
Riddington from Essex,,
England."
The Riddingtons operate
the Femmes Shooting School,
also located in Essex,
England. Luke Riddirigton
took the silver medal during
She 1997 World FITASC com-
petition. Tracey Riddington
and Sarah Flight are both .
acclaimed to be some of the
best lady shooters in :
England.
John Woolley, Amelia
Shotgun Sports general-man-
ager and instructor, is also
recognized as won of the
world's best sporting clay
shooters.
In 1987 Woolley won the
World Professional Doubles
Championship and, in 1990,
he individually won the
Beretta World Sporting Clays
Championship. Woolley's
most regent achievement
came in 2010, when he bested
1.200 other shooters during.
the FITASA World '
Championship (Federation
International De Armes,
Sportive De Chase).
Since.1981, Woblley has
been a top-ranked shooter
who has been chosen numer-
o:ius times to represent Great
Britain n its: elite four-man
national team, winning 12
gIl medals and one silver as
w Iall nuwi'u..i 'ju ,..'ther p,:r- .
h.nial achievements. ::.. ,;.,
Today Woolley coaches
threLe of the top Team USA.
_porting clay shooters.
included are Wendall Cherry,
Grung Wolf and Brian
DuQusnay.
However, you won't need
to travel to England or any
faraway places to enjoy world-
class sporting clay. ,
Goodbread has put together a
Lop-notch sporting clay, skeet
and trap shooting facility in
Yulee.


clays

"Nick
McGlory set
up the sport-
ing clay
course dur-
ing the Dec.
18 sporting
clay competi-
tion held at
O' RS Amelia


"I actually-
coached Nick with his clay
shooting and he was awarded
a scholarship from -
Tennessee's Bethel Ann
University for his excellent
clay shooting skills."
Clay shooters found the
course a little tougher than
expected as the scores reflect-
ed. Mike Thompson was the
overall winner in the masters
class with a final score of 87
clays. There were some 20
Stations on the course and
competitors took aim at some
100 clay pigeons.
Mike Sherman scored 85
clays in the ClassAA division
for first-place honors. In.the
Class A division, Daniel
Myers scored 81 clays for
first place. Frank Gafford
scored 67 clays for first place
in the Class B division. Wil
Goette took first place in the
Class C division with an
excellent score of 80 clays.
Tammy Williams took top
honors in the Class D division
with a score of 71 clays.
Shooting clay competition
began that morning with a
"Red A.M. Main" event.
Lonnie Pomar was the overall
'winner with a score of 79
clays. Kimball Gill took Class
M with a score of 76 clays;
Janathan Henrici, first-place,
Class AA, 73 clays; Rick
Hillger, first, Class A, 76; Bob
Crowley, first, Class B, 61; Wil
Goette, first, Class C,.60; and
'Tom Asp, first, Class D, 52.
While the sporting clay
course offers various shots at
different angles, speeds and
distances, the skeet and trap
shooting range will definitely
'sharpen your shooting skills
., t o.Q ,. ,;, o ":.:, ,.;,,'.r- .'
;.. I recommend a shooting
lesson with Woolley if you are
a novice or even a seisonedc
shooter. Woolley offers 'one-
hour clay shooting lessons
and can be reached at 548-
9818 or by visiting .
www.ameliashotgunsports.co.
m.
Nestled in a beautiful
wooded forest just minutes
from Jacksonville and Amelia
Island, Amelia Shotgun
Sports offers the very best in
shooting clays.


RECREATION ROUNDUP

The cit of Fernandina 4-4:55 m for be innin er week for four weeks) structor e


Beach Recreation Depart-.
ment (city website www.fbfl.
us) offers:
Winter adult basketball
league registration is open..
through Jan. 6'at the Atlantic
Center. Games are on Mon-
day and Thursday nights at
Peck Gym. Teams must have
matching colors (check avail-
ability when registering). Team
fee is $250'and due Jan. 6.
Contact Jay Robertson at
277-7350, ext. 2013, on
jrobertson@fbfl.0org.
Gymnastics and tumbling
for cheer classes are held at
the Peck Center. Classes.
Tuesday are for Tiny Tum-
bles from 3:30-4 p.m.; inter-
mediate gymnastics from 4-5
p.m.; and beginning gymnas-'
tics from 5:15-6:15 p.m.r
- Thursday's classes are from


p.1 1. I V UYI1 11111 ly
gymnastics and cheer tum-
bling from 5:15-6:15 p.m. An-
nual fees are $10 to the city
and $12 to AAU for insurance.
Tuition is $99 for 10 weeks for
an hour per week for city resi-
dents ($120 non-city). Instruc-
tor is Shari Riepe. Call (904)
404-6758 or visit www.fresh-
spiritadventures.com.
peck Gym weight room is
open froth 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.' .
Monday through Friday and
from 11 a.m'. to 4 p.m.
Saturday and Sundays. Cost,
is $3 a day, $25 a month for
city residents ($31.25. non-
city), $120 for sixth months
($150 non-city) ore $180 for 12
months ($225 non-city),
Personal training is available.
Fee'is $30 per session, $75
per week (three sessions) or
$200 a month (two sessions


Dietary analysis and food pro-
gram. Call Jay at 277-7364.
Adult volleyball is from 7-
9 p.m. Tuesday and Fridays
at Peck Gym. Cost is $2 per
day for city residents ($5 non).
Open. basketball is Mon-
days and Wednesdays from
11 a.m.to 5:15 p.m., Thurs-
days from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
and weekends from 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. at Peck Gym.
Coed exercise is from
6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday at the MLK Center.
Fee is $2 per class (city), $3
(non-city).
. Check out Central Park
tennis court keys at the
Atlantic Avenue Recreation'
Center ($5 deposit, refund-
able if returned within a year).
Shotokan karate classes
for ages 6 and up with in-


from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Monday
and Wednesdays in the Peck
Center auditorium. Fee is $40
monthly for city residents ($45
for non-city). Uniforms are
available through the instruc-
tor. Register at the Atlantic
Recreation .Center.
Lap swim is from 6-9 a.m.
and noon to 3 p.m. Mon-day
through Friday at Atlantic
Center. Cost is $2 a day.
Femandina Beach Scuba
Club meets at 6 p.m. the sec-
ond Friday at the Atlantic'
Avenue Recreation Center.
Call Kathy Russell, 753-1143,
or email krussell@fbfl.org.
Aqua 1 water aerobics is'
from 10-10:55 a.m. weekdays
at the Atlantic Center pool.
Deep water aerobics (aqua fit-
ness belts required) is
Mondays,.Wednesdays and


Cost is $50 per month (city
residents) and $62.50 (non-
city) for one class per day;
$60 (city residents) and $75
(non-city) for two classes; or
$5 for one class, $10 for two.
Atlantic Center pool pub-
lic swim is from from 3-6 p.m.
weekdays ($2) and from noon
to 5 p.m. weekends ($3).
For PADI open water
scuba certification, partici-
pants must provide masks,
snor-kels, fins, booties and
weight belts. Fee is $250
(additional fee for check-out
dives). Register at Atlantic .
Center. Call Kathy Russell at
277-7350.
Beach wheelchairs can
be reserved at the Atlantic
Center; refundable $50
deposit required. Two avail-
able. Call 277-7350. .


Peck Center (auditorium and
reception room), Martin Luther
King Jr. Center (auditorium)
and Atlantic Center (auditori-
um and conference room).
The Ybor Alvarez softball
fields on Bailey Road (fields
one and two) may also be
rented. Lights are available.
All reservations must be made
at the Atlantic Avenue Recrea-
tion Center, 2500 Atlantic Ave.
Contract, damage deposit and
rental fee required.
.* Outdoor public facility
reservations can be made at
the Atlantic Center by com-
pleting a contract and paying
a refundable $50 damage
deposit. Outdoor pavilions at
Main Beach must be rented.
Visit Www.fernandina
beachflorida.org or call 277-
7350 for information.


OUTDOOR BRIEFS


Auxilarymeets
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.


Bassmastemeet
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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j aa MARINE 1619 North 14th St.
Fernandina Beach,FL
Amelia Island www.oceanoutboardmarine.com
"Servn Amelia Island for more than 20 years"

Sales & Service
Certified
MERCURY YAMA H SSUZUKI


TexttheFWC
The Wildlife Alert Reward
Program has helped the Flor-
ida Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission catch
thousands of violators
through phone calls and
online submissions.firom the
public. Now, it is employing
an additional method: text
messaging.
The program offers
rewards in exchange for infor-
mation 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 can 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).


W ed. Sunrise 7:22A Low 4:38A 0.10'
W ed. Moonrise 10:03A High 11:23A 6:94'
1I2/2 8 Sunset 5:32P Low 5:17P 0.21'
Moonset 9:49P High 11:40 P 6.27
T hur Sunrise 7:22A LOw 5:27A 0.53'
Moonrise. 10:36A Highl2:05A 6:54'
12/29 Sunset 3P Low 6:03 P 0.49'
Moonset 10:45P
F i. Sunrise 7:22A High 1225A 6.11'
Moonriise I1:07A Low 6:19A 0.94'
I2/30 Sunset 5.34P High 1247P 6:16'
12/3 Moonset 1.1:39P Low 6:5 I P 0.73'

Sat. Sunrise 7:22A High 1: IIA 5.97'
Moonrise 'I I:37A Low 7:14A 1.26'
12/31 Sunset 5.34P High 1:30p 5.82'
_______ Low 7:42P 0.85'


FERNANPINA, BEACi TIDES

Tides, Sun & Moon: December 28,2011 -January 4, 2012


Tide calculations are for Amelia River, Fernandina Beach. No corrections are necessary.
Sun & Moon events are also calculated for Fernandina Beach, although actual times may vary because of land masses.


Moonset 12:32A High 2-01A 5.92'
Sun. First Quarter 1:16A Low 8:12A 1.41'
Sunrise 7:23A ii ,6
1/01 Moonrise 12:09P High 2:18P 5,61'
Sunset 5:35P Low 8:3 IP 0.93'

M On Moonset 1:26A .High 2:53A 5.89'
M "Sunrise 7:23A Low 908A 1.49'
1/02 Moonrise 12:41P High3:10p 5.44'
Sunset 5:36P Low 9:20P 0.94'
Moonset 2:19A High 3:48A 5.95'
Tues. Sunrise 7:23A Low 10:03A 1.46'
1/03 Moonrise 1:17' High 4,05P 5.38'
Sunset 5:36P Lowl0:10p 0.87'
W ed Moonset 3:13A High 4:44A 6.09'
W ed. Sunrise 7:23A Low 10:56A 1.34'
1/ Moonrise 1:57P High 5:01 P 5.43'
S1/04 Sunset 5:35PI Low 10:59P 0.75'










WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28. 2011 SPORTS News-Leader


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at Providence
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BALDWIN'
at Bishop Snyder
District at West Nassau
District at West Nassau


Pak's Karate Academy of Fernandina Beach held its quarterly belt pro-
motionfor Black Belt Club members and advanced students'Dec. 3 in
Kingsland, 'Ga. Students were quizzed on terminology words and life
skills and were required to demonstrate their belt level techniques for
Grand Master Song Ki Pak. Students are pictured with Master Instruc-
tor Bryan Peeples and black belts from Fernandina Beach. Promoting
to blue/black stripe belt,.top row left, were Emilee Podvia, Bart Ste-:
wart, Tina Davis, Harrison Towles and Rachel Fallin. Advancing to
S.blue/white stripe and blue stripe, top rowright, were Elizabeth Thrift,
S Christian Duncan, Anile Tanner, Hampton Tanner, Samuel Loper,
S Steven.Durr, Brett Roffler, Riley Salmon, Gabriel Oyler and Nathan
Sabattini. Promoting to brown/white stripe and brown, second row left,
were Andrew White, Jacob White, Jeremiah Giedrys, Ryan Davis and
Wesley Morris. Promoting to'brqwn/black stripe and red/white stripe,
second row right, were William Robinson, Geoffrey Martinez, Lane
Meeks and Wesley Bees..Promotingito red/black stripe, above, were.
'Tyler. Sabattini,'Wells Rogers, Sean Mooney and John Brown and red'
.were Alex Wairen, Janiece McCurdy and Miller Murdaugh. Promoting
to green/black stripe, above right, were Christopher.Bernard, Brooke
Jones, Alan invllle, Cameron Blandford, Ian Head, Christian Staver,
Blayke.lorris and Tristan Duncan. Griffin Seuter, Mickenzie Lee and
Cole Strain, right, were promoted to black/white stripe.
SUBMITTED PHOTOS'


YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Boys Basketball
Dec. 29 COUNTY
Dec. 30 COUNTY 4/
Jan. 3 at Providence
Jan. 5 OAKLEAF
Jan. 6 FERNANDINA'
Jan. 10 UNIVERSITY CHRIST.
Jan. 13 WEST NASSAU
Jan. 20 at Femandina
Jan. 23 at Bolles
Jan. 26 BISHOP KENNY
Jan: 27 PROVIDENCE
Jan. 31 BROACH.
Feb. 2 at Oakleaf
Feb. 3 at University Christian
Feb. 7 District at FBHS
Feb. 11 District at FBHS,
*Junior varsity games are at 6 p.m.
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH
SCHOOL
Boys Basketball
Dec. 29-30 JT.Smith at Yulee
Jan. 3 at Baldwin
Jan. 5 UNIVERSITY CHRIST.
Jan. 6 at Yulee*
Jan. 12 at Menendez
Jan. 13 KEYSTONE HGTS.
Jan. 17 at West.Nassau*
dan.20 YULEE'
Jan. 24 at Episcopal
Jan. 27 WEST NASSAU*
Jan. 31 at Trinity
Feb. 2 BOLLES ,
Feb. 3 HILLIARD
Feb.7 DISTRICT 4-4A
Feb. 10 DISTRICT 4-4A
*District "JV games are at 6 p.m.
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH
SCHOOL
S Girls Basketball
Dec. 29 County at Yulee
Dec. 30 County at Yulee
Jan. 5 at Bishop Kenny
Jan. '9 FORREST
Jan. 10. PROVIDENCE
Jan. 12 at West Nassau*
Jan: 19 at Yulee*
Jan. 20 at Forrest
Jan. 23 at Baldwin
Jan. 26 STANTON
Feb. 2 District 4-4A at WNHS
Feb. 4 District 4-4A at WNHS
*District JV games are at 6 p.m.


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Jan. 4 .at Yulee* .... 6:00,
Jan 51 .at Raines* 7:20
Jan 11 WOLFSON 6:00,
Jan 14 al Bishop Kenny 10am/12'
Jan 2327 DISTRICT 3-2A,
" Dirndl .,' gamer are al 6 p m
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Wrestling
Jan7 at ClayRotary, IBT tourney
Jan 10 at GlynnAcademy
Jan 1.1 ai i'rr,:-,p v'ern,
'an 19 a i ardal,.:,-l/tsairi."
Jan 21 UC, IBTtourney
Jan 22 UC, IBTtourney
Jan 29 at CamdenJVtoumey
Fet. 4 DISTRICT '
Fee. 11 Regional at Clay
Feb. 17 State atLakeland
Fer. 18 State at Lakeland
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH
SCHOOL
Girls Soccer
.ra- 4 YULEE .6:30
jan 5 at Raines 5:30
Jan 6 at Providence 6:00
Janr, 10 STANTON 6:00
jan, 13 at Bishop Kenny 6:00
Jan l17 district at Yulee
Jan ,1 .District atYulee
Jan 20 District at.Yulee
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SPORTS SHORTS


Fre-duow competition
Boys and girls ages_10-14
are invited to participate in the,
Local level of competition for
the 2012 Knights of Columbus
Free-Throw Championship.
The local competition,will be -
held Jan. 29 from noon to.4
p.m. at the' Peck Center Gym,
S510 S. 10th St., Fernandina
Beach.
,All boys and girls ages 10-
14 are eligible and will com-
pete in their respective age ,
divisions: Last year more than
170,000 sharpshooters partic-
ipated in more than 3,000
local competitions.'
All contestants on the local'
level are recognized for their
participation in the event. Par-
ticipants are required to fur-
nish proof of age and written
* parental consent. For entry.
forms or information, contact
Tom Smeeton at 321-4139.

BabeRudth
Femandina Beach Babe
Ruth League has opened reg-
istration for the spring 2012
season. 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, Fernandina Beach
Babe Ruth League. Babe
Ruth is alsoblooking for volun-
teers, coaches and sponsors.

Run under the lights
Join the Amelia Island .
Runners Wednesday nights
under the lights from 6-7 p.m.
S(weather permitting) at the
Femandina Beach High.,
School track, 435 Citrona
Drive. These weekly runs are
open to the public.
Free expert coaching
advice is 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 Running,
815 South Eighth St. All ages
and abilities are welcome at
these group runs and you
don't need to be a member of
the club to participate. Email
president@ameliaislandrun-
ners.com.
-
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 the 2007
BCS National Championship
game.
The Ohio State Buckeyes
Share the Big Ten representative
Sand this matchup will mark'
Ohio State's second appear-
ance in the Gator, Bowl: Ohio
SState has appeared in 12 dif-
ferent bowl games and the ,
TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl will
be their 42nd bowl game.
The Florida Gators, the .
Southeastern Conference
representative, will be return-
ing 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


21 st consecutive Bowl ap-
pearance for the Florida :
Gators. The 67th annual
Gator Bowl will be played Jan.
2 at 1 p.m. in Jacksdnville at
EverBank Field and will be tel-
evised nationally on ESPN2.
Tickets are $80 for VIP and
$60 for stadium seats. Club
seats are sold out. Tickets are
available through Ticketma-
ster at (800) 745-3000 or
online at www.gatorbowl.com.


Oiganized bke rides
There are organized bicy-
cle rides in Fernandina Beach
and around Amelia Island
Thursday starting at 9 a.m.
and Saturdays starting at 8i30
a.m., weather permitting. All


rides start from Main Beach
Park near the miniature golf
course.
SCyclists 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 1;0 miles before con-
tjinuing on the remaining 20
milesof the route. Lunch after
the ride is optional.
Bicycle helmets are
mandatory as well as a bicy-
cle.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 email notices at
www.ameliaislandcycling.com
or www.nfbc.us.


SalingClubmeets
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@bell-
south.net or visit www.amelia
islandsailing.org for informa-
tion.

BowlforKidsSake
Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Nprtheast Flori-da will host its
annual Bowl for Kids' Sake
fundraiser in February. Bowl-
ing dates in Nassau County
are Feb. 18 and Feb. 25. Visit
www.bbbsnefl.org to register
or for information.


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LEGAL NOTICES


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
BILLS TOWING gives Notice
of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
01/09/2012, 8:30 am at 425 S
81H ST FERNANDINA FL 32034-
3609, pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida Statutes.
BILLS TOWING reserves the
right to accept or reject any
and/or all bids.
1 GCCSI 9X938177326 2003
CHEVROLET
.It 12-28-2011
0298
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 11-CP-280
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF EARL F.
COLBORN, JR,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Earl F. Colborn, Jr.,
deceased, whose date of
death was November 3,2011,


is pending In the Circuit Court
for NASSAU County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which is 76347 Veterans
Way, Yulee, FL 32097. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative (s)
and the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other person's hav-
ing clams or demands agdnst
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required
to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER YOU RECEIVE A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their.claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER


THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBU-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED'
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE,ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE'OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is Decem-
ber 28,2011.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Virginia R. Kurtz
Attorney for Carol C.
Loepere, f/k/a Carol Colborn
Florida Bar Number: 0143110
CHAPIN, BALLENARO &
CHESLACK
1201 George Bush Boulevard
Delray Beach. FL 33483
Telephone: (561)272-1225
Fax: (561) 272-4442
E-Mail: rkurtz@chapin-


law.com
Personal Representative:
Carol C. Loepere, f/k/a Carol
Colborn
c/o CHAPIN, BALLERANO &
CHESLACK
1201 George Bush Boulevard
Delray Beach, FL 33483
2t 12-28-2011,01-04-2012
0306
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
INVITATION TO BID (ITB)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Board of County
Commissioners of Nassau
County, Forida invites sealed
bids for:
FIRE APPARATUS
REFURBISHMENTS
NC11-022
PROJECT SUMMARY:
The Nassau County Board
of County Commissioners is
requesting bids from qualified
vendors to supply the repair
and refurbishment of three (3)


Nassau County Fire Rescue
Department's Class A Jum-
pers. The successful vendor is
requested to provide pricing
on the list of refurbished items
provided inthe bid document,
along with the appropriate
warranties, insurance and
specifications to ensure the
vehicles will be serviceable for
a minimum of five (5) years of
front-line active service.
For detailed information
regarding the bid due date,
pre-bid Inspections, pre-bid
conference and bid require-
ments for this ITB, please visit
the Nassau County's website
at http://www.nassaucoun-
tyfl.com or contact the Con-
tract Management Depart-
ment at 904-491-7377. Bid
information is also available at
http://www.demandstar.com.
ATTEST:
JOHN A CRAWFOR
EX-OFFICIO CLERK
WALTER J. BOATRIGHT
CHAIRMAN


BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA
It 12-28-2011
0305
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
CONSIDER ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE
NOTICE is hereby given that
the Board of County Commis-
sioners of Nassau County,
Florida, at a Regular meeting
to be held on Monday, the 9th
day of January, 2012 at 7:00
PM.at the Commission Cham-
bers, located in the James S.
Page Governmental Com-
plex, 96135 Nassau Place,
Yulee, Florida, intends to con-
sider for adoption the following
proposed ordinance:
ORDINANCE NO. 2012-_
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA CREATING AN ECO-
NOMIC DEVELOPMENT GRANT
PROGRAM: ESTABLISHING


QUALIFICATION THRESHOLDS:
ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES
FOR APPLICATION; PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Copies of the Ordinance
are available at the Clerk's
Office at the Judicial Annex,
located at 76347 Veterans
Way, Yulee, Florida, Monday
through Friday, 8:30 a.m.
through 5:00 p.m., except legal
holidays.
THE PUBUC IS INVITED TO BE
PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A
PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL
ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD, AGENCY OR COM-
MISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY
MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH
MEETING OR HEARING, HE OR
SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS.AND THAT,
FOR SUCH PURPOSE, HE OR
SHE MAY NEEDTO ENSURE THAT
. VERBATIM RECORD OF THE
PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,
WHICH RECORD INCLUDESTHE
TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE
UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS


TO BE BASED.
The Board of County
Commissioners may continue
hearings on these matters.
ATTEST:
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
OF NASSAU COUNTY
FLORIDA
/s/ JOHN A. CRAWFORD
Its: Ex-Officio Clerk
BY:/s/ STACY T. JOHNSON
Its: Chairman
Individuals with disabilities
needing a reasonable ac-
commodation to participate
in this proceeding should con-
tact the Office of the Ex-Offido
Clerk to the Board of County
Commissioners at least seven-
ty two (72) hours prior to the
proceeding at (904) 548-4660,
or, if the hearing Impaired,
Florida Relay Service at 1-800-
955-8770 (v) or 1-800-955-8771
(TDD).
2t 12-28-2011 & 01-04-2012
0304


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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 28, 2011 LEGALS News-Leader


LEGAL NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 11 I-CP-261
DIVISION:
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
ANDREA D.AUGUSTIN.,
Deceased. '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration. of -the
estate of ANDREA D. AUGU-
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Defendantf(s).
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 21, BENCHMARK GLEN
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ELIZABETH DEL VALLEY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ELIZA-
BETH DEL VALLEY; PAMELA


SPOUSE SOF SAID DEFEN-
DANT(S),IF REMARRIEDAND IF


DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
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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
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sell the property situated in
Nassau County, Florida,
described as:
LOT ONE HUNDRED ELEVEN


(111) OFTHE FOREST HILLS SUB-
DIVISION, SECTION TWO (2),
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BOOK 2, PAGE 77 OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
at public sale, to the highest
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the west door of the Nassau
County Judicial Annex, 76347
Veterans.Way Yulee, FL 32097,
County Florida, at 11:30a.m.,
on January 20, 2012.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA


CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO: 2005-CA-000197-
AXXX-YX
LASALLE BANK MIDWEST.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SUSAN SIMMONS A/K/A SUSAN
A..SIMMONS A/K/A'SUSAN A.
SIMMONS; THEODORE STER-
UNG A/K/A THEODORE L STER-
LING; 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 NA-
TIONAL BANK OF FLORIDA,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF THEO-
DORE STERLING A/K/A THEO-


DORE LSTERUNG; JOHN DOE:
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT (S) IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY,
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RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
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Foreclosure Sale dated the
13th day of December, 2011
and entered in Case No. 2005-
CA-000197-AXXX-YX, 'of the
Circuit Court of the 4TH
Judicial'Circuit in-and for
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CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
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STAINES, DECEASED AND ALL
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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
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, 'UNDER, AND
AGAINSTTHE NAMED DEFEN-
DANTS, MALVIINA ASHCRAFT, IF
LIVING, BUT IF DECEASED, THE
UNKNOWN HEIRS DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDI-
TORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES
OF MALVINA ASHCRAFT, DE-
CEASED AND ALL OTHER PER-
SONS CLAIMING BY THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANT, THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JAMES
S. BRANTLEY,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
civil action has been filed
against you in the Circuit
Court, County of Nassau, State


of Florida, to foreclose certain
red property described as fol-
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EXHIBIT "A"
A portion of the Southwest
one-quarter of Section 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
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Dated this 14th day of
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John A. Crawford
Clerk of Court
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Deputy Clerk
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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That pursuant to a Writ of
Execution issued in the County
Court of Nassau County,
Florida on the 26th day of
October 2011, in the cause
wherein COMMUNITY FIRST
CREDIT UNION OF FLORIDA is
Plaintiff and NANETTE S. AUTRY
AND GARY CECIL AUTRY are
the Defendants, being Case
No. 45-2010-CQ-275 in said
Court.
ON THE 16TH DAY OF DECEM-
BER, 2011 '
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as Sheriff of Nassau County,
Florida, have levied upon all
the right title and interest oft
the above named defendant,
Nanette S. Autry and Gary
Cecil Autry in and to the fol-


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THE BANK OF NEWYORKMELb ing ddms or demandsagainst
LON F/K/A THE BANK OF NEW decedent's estate on whom a
'ORKASTRUSTEEFORTHECER-. :: :it r... -.: ,: ,.3uPr
TIFICATE HOLDERS CWABS, t: o ,r 3 ITmu:' 1ile ir.,r
INC., ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI- claims with this court WITHIN
C -'IT : ,IIE 21! THELATER'OF3MONTHSAFTER
hP1io.-.r.n THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBU-
vs. CATION OFTHIS NOTICE OR 30
WILLIAM F MUNGO; ETAL, DAYS AFTER YOU RECEIVE'A
Defendants. COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THE BANK OF NEWYORK MEL-A THEM.
LON F/K/A THE BANK OF NEW All other creditors of the
_1,1 -. iI I',-.L F IHf '1 decedent and other persons
i :l -iE H:.iE .I : ..'-': having claims or demands
INC., ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI- against decedent's, estate
CATES, SERIES 2005-3, must file their claims with this
vs. court WITHIN 3 MONTHSAFTER
WILLIAM F. MUNGO; KIMMIE L THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBU-
MUNGO; PARKWAY NORTH CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, ALL CLAIMS .AND DE-
INC:; VYSTAR CREDIT UNION; MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 1; FOREVER BARRED.
UNKNOWNTENANT NO.2; and NOTWITHSTANDING THE
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIESCLAIM- TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ING INTERESTS BY, THROUGH, ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
UNDER OR AGAINST A NAMED (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DEFENDANT TO THIS ACTION, DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
OR HAVING OR CLAIMING TO IS BARRED.
HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR The date of the first publl-
INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY HERE- cation of this Notice Is Decem-
IN DESCRIBED, ber 28,2011.
Defendants. Attorney for Personal
VYSTAR CREDIT UNION, Representative:
Cross/Counter Plaintiff, H. Price Poole, Jr., Esquire
vs. Florida Bar No. 0157674
WILLIAM F MUNGO; KIMMIE L Post Office Box 1280
MUNGO; PARKWAY NORTH Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, Telephone: (904) 261.-0742
INC.; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 1; Personal Representatives:
AND UNKNOWNTENANT NO.2. Robert F. Normand, Jr.
Cross Defendants, 2900 Sexton Road
and Howell, MI 48843
THE BANK OF NEW YORK MEL- Telephone: (517)548-1707
LON F/K/A THE BANK OF NEW Susan Bird
YORK ASTRUSTEE FOR THE CER- 212 North 13th Street
TIFICATE HOLDERS CWABS, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
INC., ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI- Telephone: (904) 261-6134
CATES, SERIES 2005-3 2t 12-28-2011,01-04-2012
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CROSSWORD/SUDOKU
PEOPLE & PLACES
PETS


ArOk1WN


T he ho
over a
our C
Part
holidays is we,
Big Guy's two
get to write oui
umn. People w
ters full of fami
can't we? Once
Lady gets to ta
like to think it
gift to her.
December i
month at our h
much chaos an
ules, if you ask


tidings of comfort and joy
lidays are almost regular schedule. Our food at the house. There is a collection of
and it is time for same time and regular walks. But those Santa fellas. You know the
;hristmas letter. somehow in December discipline a bit overweight jolly fellow in the
of the magic of the goes out the window. The folks red and white outfit? It seem like
Porch Lady and seem extra busy and gone a lot. the folks have something on
Yorkshire terriers, As usual the folks decorated every surface.
r.very own col- the house. We thought it looked Part of the December thing
rite Christmas let- fine the way it was. Seems like a seems to be food. It is a mystery.
ily updates. Why lot of work just for a few weeks, The doorbell rings and someone
a year the Porch but they like the decorations that brings a plate of cookies or can-
ke a week off. We come out each year. There is no dies. For some reason there are
is our Christmas big Christmas tree like some no dog cookies, just people cook-
other people have. Our neighbor ies. And then, what does the -
is always a busy dog, Talmadge the bulldog, lives Porch Lady do, but make more
house. A little too with two little boys and they have cookies, wraps them up and takes
id erratic sched- a big tree. We have a lot of little them to, someone else. Lots of the
i us. We like our decorated trees around the goodies are chocolate and we all


-from the
know chocolate is not good for
clogs. We don't like it anyway.
We prefer our regular dog
treats.
We know that this crazy
month will end and we will get
back to our more regular
routine. Mostly this time of
year we think about how blessed
we are to have each other
and a nice warm home with folks
that love us.
We do worry about other
furry friends cats and dogs that
are not so lucky. We wish they- .
had nice families and hope in this
time of giving and caring at' least


Pp-~ CMI IT SRNIPB


.. .SLBMITTE
Scout's honor!
Scout Den Leader Lairy Dengler and his."Wolves" would like to
thank the North Hampton Board of Directors for allowing den meet-
ings to be held at the Ammenities Center. The second grade Wolf
Scouts are excited tohiave a place to hold meetings and promise,to-
do their best to keep the center clean-Scout's honor!


SUBMITTED


Gerris Corner donation
Sybil Purvis presents a check for $5,006 to Gerri's Corner follow-
ing her sixth "Bowling for Boobs",fundraiser for the Gerri Dodd
Foundation, Inc. Above, from left, are Susan Spellman. volunteer;
Purvis; Chris Alznauer, executive director; and' Mary Nuttall, direc-
tor. As a result of this fundraiser, a second Gerri's Corner will open,
in January at the Anchor Church of God in Callahan.
Gerri's Corner is a resource center for women, their families and
friends who are facing cancer. Being a 501 (c)(3) (non-profit), all
services and products are free of charge. Call 277-8799 or 626- ,
2855. Volunteers from Callahan, Bryceville and Hilliard are particu-
larly needed.


Holiday


Beachdeanup
A volunteer "Adopt-a-Shore"
a crew braved a nor'easterto
.help clean the beaches at Fort
Clinch State Park. Sponsored
by the Wild Amelia Nature
Festival and Keep Nassau
Beautiful, the cleanup removq ~ed
debris from the beach and
.grassy areas adjacent to the
t fort. From 16ft are Dave Olson,
k Len Kreger, Lou Michea, Pam
Sass arid J6hn Brooks. Not pic-
tured is Kathy Brooks.
The sixth annual Wild Amelia
Nature Festival is May18-20;
for the festival's year-round
programs and activities visit
www.wildamelia.com.
PHOTO BY KATHY BROOKS
FORTHE NEWS-LEADER


Nlewboard
lThie Men's
Newcomers Club
is pleased to
announce that the
leaders for the
2011-12 year are
Don Lepry, presi-
dent; and Bob
LmPlaca, vice Ires-
ident. Pictured
,with Leary and
LaPlaca are some
of the board mem-
bers, from left,
Bob Wesche,
assistant treasur- :
er, laPlaca, Leary,
Carl Meaux, pub-
licity, Rich
Rothrock, commu-
nications, and Bob
Keane, treasurer.'
SUBMrITED


Bookfestupdate
Amelia Island Book -
Festival board mem-
ber Susan Siegmund
spoke to the -4"
Fernandina Beach
Rotary Club recently.
Events will include the
Authors in Schools,
where' published writ-
ers visit every public
school in Nassau, the
Readers Festival to
meet featured authors
and the Kids Zone
where children meet
writers and create
their own books. The
festival, Feb. 17-18,
will feature best-selling
authors Steve Berry,
David Morrell, Paula
McClain and Taijana
Sol1i. Rotary members .
Don Parker and Don SUBMiTED
Shaw were founding members and the two organizations still collaborate through
Rotarians who serve on the festival's board and the club's Dictionary Project. From
left are festival board member Terri Wright, Rotary Club President and festival board
member Shannon Brown and Siegmund.


PHOTO BY KATHY BKUURI/1UK I tiv LSLA-tifUK
Santa's elves
Santa's volunteer elves from the Wild Amelia Nature Festival, from left, Pam Sass,
Dave Olson, Steve Leimberg, Mimi Daconceicao and John Brooks, complete a fourth
year of Adopt-a-Road trash pickup Dec. 18. Wild Amelia volunteers remove trash
from a three-mile stretch of South Fletcher Avenue from Sadler to Peters Point at
least four times a year. Not pictured is Kathy Brooks.


WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2011
NEWS-LEADER / FERNANDINA BEACH. FL


PAGE 5B


pooches

some of them will find a good
home. Maybe you can consider
adopting a pet from one of our
localshelters? You won't be
sorry! Don't forget pets love
Christmas too. So extra cookies,
huh?
Visit the Nassau Humane
Society, 671 Airport Road,
Fernandina Beach, 321-1647,
adoptnhs@yahoo.com, or Nassau.
County Animal Services, 86078
License Drive, Yulee, 225-0006,
nassauanimal.petfinder.com.
Oglethorpe and.MacGregor
Anderson (you can call us Ogie
and Mac).






100,000 forfoster kids
Neviaser Charitable.
foundation Vice President
ancy Neviaser Baker presents
$100,000 donation to Dr.
eorige Armstrong, Family
support Services of North
lorida president. Looking on
, at left, Lydia Russo, FSS
board member, Michael
eviaser, foundation president,
id, at right, Tiffany Holbrook,
'undation treasurer.
"This generous donation will
elp our most vulnerable chil-
ren and families improve
ieir lives and decrease pover-
levels through education,"
aid Chuck Young, FSS interim
EO. FSS is the lead agency
or foster care, adoption and
family preservation in Nassapu
nd Duval counties.
i.BM 1TTED


FROM

PORCH

Ogie and.
Mac


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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 28. 2011 AROUND TOWN News-Leader


HOME & GARDEN BRIEFS


Farmers market
The award-winning
'Fernandina Farmers Market
will be open on Saturday,
Dec,.31 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Mingle with farmers ad
business owners as you
wonder tht-ough a dizzying
selection of farm-direct fruits
and vegetables harvested
just before market day as
well as a variety of gluten-
free products and specialty.
foods..
You'll also discover gour-
met baked go6ds,from crusty
breads to' delectable desserts
and prepared foods such as,
jellies, relishes, marinades
and dinner entrees. The mar-
ket is also the perfect loca-
tion to choose from a wide
varieNt of specialty tropical
and landscaping plants
including orchids, herbs, gar-'
den flowers and hanging bas-
kets. To sign up for the E-
Mail Newsletter, go to
www. fernandinafarmersmar-
ket.com The market is
located downtown at Seventh.
and.Centre. No petsplease.,
Call 491-4S72 or visit
* www.fernandinafarmersmar-
ket corn Visit www amelia-
garden.com for information
about the 2012 Amelia Island
Garden Show on March 3
and 4. .
Talbot history .
7 The Talbot Isllahds fah'e a
rich cultural history that
dates back over 5,000 years.
Join a park rang& for a look
into these past cultures and
the artifacts they left behind'
on Dec 31 at 2 p.m. at the
Ribaull Club on Fort
George Island CulturarState
Park No reservations are
necessary and the program
is fr ee For information con-
tact the Talbot Islaids'
Ranger Station at (904) 251-
2320. Visit www.floridas-
tateparks.org.


The award-winning Fernandina Farmers Market will be
open on Saturday from :9 a.m.-1 p.m. Mingle with
farmers and business owners as you. wonder through a
dizzying selection of farm-direct fruits, vegetables'and
flowers harvested just before market day.

CitrUS da s' 6:30 p.m. to discffss how to -
Spartidipate in the club and
On Jan. 11 from 10-11 announce walking events for
a.m County Extension January through June.,
Director/Nassau Walldn"Nassau is a non-com-
Horticulture Agent Rebecca petitive walking club.
Jordi will conduct a class on Members also enjoy socials
growing and maintaining cit- several times a year For
rus plants, at the Yuiee information contact Dyanne
Extension office. 860?2 'Hughes at.206-44176'
Pages Dairy Road Th'e class .dyhughes@att.net or Jane
will include hands-on instruc- Baily at 261-9884 or dnjbai-
lion pruning the lerrmn and ley@mindspring:com.
Sorange'tree:s at tl'e-'',hic- .. ... .
Free and op.n i, Ii,.h public: Star gaingnight
Visit hrtp. nassau TheWild Amelia Nature-
ifas.ufl.edu/horticulture/lan', Festival's "Wild Nile" k
dmatners, 'landmarteil hiril., evening of targazing at Fort
or call 1904) 791n li % 1 i ,, Clinch State Park will be held
491-7340. ... Jan: 20 from 7-9,p.m., with
entry to the fort beginning at
l NaSS 30 p mn Astrunonm-'rs frmni
'Ever yone is welcome to the Northeast Floi ida
join Walkin' Nassau as it Atrionorlical Society
kicks off the New Year"with a (NFFAS), will be on hand
club meeting Jan. 12'at 6p.m. ,iih Iheir big telescp>7 to
upstairs at Caf6 Karibo on ofler insiglt abo.ur rlhe
North Third Street. Dinner evening's sky sightings. The
will be available from the reg-' event is free and open to the
ular menu. Meeting starts at public. Bring chairs, a blan-


Garden show adds stepping stone vendor
The Amelia Island Garden flowers, plants, trees and No pets, please. Fo
Show is pleased to announce palms, orchids, native plants, visit www.ameliaga
that Robin and David- butterfly-friendly plants, To sign up for the e
Edenfield of Happy Trails ." -- shrubs and garden acces- Newsletter for info]
Stepping Stones will join as a series. about new things h
new vendor at the Amelia Get on-site expert advice at the Amelia Island
Island Garden Show. about how to "green" your Show and the Fern
Inspired by the natural home, yard and garden, Farmers Market in
beauty of'coastal communi- enjoy the short presentations vendors, exhibitors
ties, these are large 18-inch and demonstrations at the tion schedules, visi
diameter stones featuring "Ask the Expert" booth nandinafarmersma
original designs cut from .. ----- and be up close and personal The award-winn
stained,glass and set in a tex- SUBMITrED with Florida native birds of Fernandina Farmer
tured stone surface. The col- Happy Tiails Stepping prey presented by the is open every Satur
ors will never fade and the Stones will join the Amelia Avian Reconditioning 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Sev
durable textured stone Island Garden Show in Center. Centre streets with
makes a safer, non-slip path. March. . Enjoy the Fernandina fresh produce as w
Each stone is one-of-a-kind as _________'Farmers Market on both organic products at
glass colors and design place- days as the vendors will ty foods and a wide
ment will vary, but each is for two days on March 3 and move to Central Park fpr the tropical and lands
signed and dated by the 4 in Central Park. With grow- show with their produce and plants, including or
artist, David Edenfield. ers and nurseries from expanded menu of prepared herbs and garden f
The third annual Amelia around the state, the show foods. Call 491-4872 or vis
Island Garden Show will roll will feature more than 50 ven- Admission is $4 for adults;' www.fernandinafar
out nature's brightest colors dors with a full assortment of children under 12 are free, ket.com.


ket, insect spray, a flashlight
and.dres" for theweather. In
case of bad weather, the .
make-up date will be Jan. 27.
For information visit
www.wildamelia.com.
'Crash Course
A Crash Course in North,
Florida Gardening by
Rebecca L. Jordi, County
Extension Director..'Nassau
Horticulture Agent, is a two-
day seminar covering topics
on proper landscape prac-
tices and plants for
'Northeast Florida on Jan. 21"
and 28 from 9 am until noon
at the Yulee Extension-office.
Newcomers and those new to
gardening will gain much-
needed information for their
home landscapes. Deadline
is Jan. 13 for registration and
payment of $50 per per-
oi..'.$75 per couple (one
book will be provided per .
couple).. Make checks to
'Nassau County Extension. .
For information see:
http://nassau.ifas.ufl.edu/ho
rticulture/crashcourse.html
or call (904) 879-1019 or 491-
7340.. .
Calendar forsale
The Wild Amelia Naturet
Festival's 2012 Nature
Photography Calendar con-
taining a variety of exquisite
images from the 2011 Wild
Amelia Nature Ph6tography'-
.Contest is now:available:at
First Federal Savings Bank of
Florida (1500 Sadler Road
and Chester Road and AtA in.
Yulee);'the,Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center (2500
Atlantic Ave.), Y.B. Green .(4
N. Second St.); and Kayak
Amelia, four miles south of "
the island on AlA. The limit-
ed edition calendar is a $12
donation, $10 for members of'
the Wild.Amelia Nature
Festival
For more information visit
www.wildamelia.com.
.* I *


PET PROJECTS

Donations needed


On Jan. 2 at 10 a.m. the Nassau
Hurmane Society will hold the grand ;
opening for its "gently used" store.
Second Chance, at 312 S Eighth St,
Fernandina Beach. All proceeds from
'items.sold at the store will benefit home-
less animals'at the N HS shelter on
Airport Road. '
NHS is accepting donations of cloth- "'
ing, household items, furniture, books.
etc. (please no computers or TVs). Call
Penny Landregan at 277-1152 or (904).
337-6564 for information or-donation
drop-off locations. Display shelves and -
bookcases also are 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 make great gifts or stocking
stuffers and are on sale at the Cats
Angels Thrift Store/Adoption Center.
709 S. Eighth St., and the Fernandina
library. All proceeds support the Cats
Angels Spay/Neuter Program.
RA.N raffle
Take a chance on winning two tickets
to the Daytona 500 on Feb. 26 (drawing
Feb. 19). Tickets are $1 each and avail-
able at the Paws-Ability RAIN Resale
Store in the Harris Teeter Shopping
Center, the Fernandina Beach Animal
Clinic, Cat Clinic of Fernandina Beach
andc Nassau County Animal Services. Or
call (904) 879-5861 or visit PayPal
online .
Fabricneeded
Clean cotton fabric, fleece, old cotton
blankets, towels and bedspreads, etc.
are needed to make bedding for cats
and dogs at local animal shelters. Drop
them off at Buy-Gones, 1014 S. Seventh
St, Fernandina Beach, and receive a
store gift card for your kindness. Call
277-4071. Tax donation forms are avail-
able.
Resale store
Paws-Ability Resale, RAIN Humane
Society's store in the Harris Teeter


shopping center, accepts donations
Wednesday through Saturday from, 10
a.m.-4 p.m., or for pick-up call (904) 307-
5933. No clothing please. To volunteer
email rainhumane@yahoo.com.
-RAIN's Mardi Paws wine with photos
of the 2011 Mardi Paws pet contest win-
ners on the label is available at the
resale store and at BBQ & Bluegrass
Sept. 17 at Cotton-Eyed Joes. Visit rain-
humanespca.org or email rainhu-
mane@yahoo.com.
Dogwalkers
Get exercise and help a homeless
dog with human companionship and
quality time outdoors at the Nassau
Humane Society's volunteer dog walks
Tuesday, Thursdays and Sundays at 9
a.m. at the NHS shelter, 671 Airport
Road. Dress comfortably. Ages 18 and
under welcome to accompany a parent
or adult guardian.
Call 321-1647 or stop by the NHS
adoption center at dog-walk times or


Chbstmas
memories
LittleJad Foster
and his canine
.companion
Jasmine cuddle
up to Santa for a
picture on Dec.
18 outside the
'train depot in
downtown
Fertiandina
Beach. The
photo sessions,
benefitted Shiny
Badges, Inc.
HEATHER A. PERRY
NEWS-LEADER


11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 11
a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday.
Recydecans
Cats Angels raises funds by recycling
aluminum cans. Bring yottr aluminum
cans to the recycle bin in the Cats
Angels parking lot, 709 S. Eighth St,
Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m.-5
p.m.
Pet food needed
The Pet Angel Welfare Supply
(PAWS) Pet Food Bank needs donations'
to assist low-income or indigent pet own-
ers with food for their pets.
. The food bank accepts dog and cat
food, canned or bags. Donations of cash
or check also are accepted. Pet Angel
Welfare Supply is a 501c3 and donations
are tax deductible. Petco has food dona-
tion bins in area stores. Call (904) 343-
9033 or email info@petangelwelfaresup-
ply.org. Visit them on Facebook and
www.petangelwelfaresupply.org.


NASSAU COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES


r details,
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Hi! My name is Brownie. I
am a female Siamese mix cat
I am approximately 2 years
old, up-to-date on my boosters
and I am spayed. I have a pret-
ty brown and cream coat, dark
brown face and ears, and
white under my neck. My best
feature, if I must say so
myself, are my beautiful blue
' eyes. Everyone here loves
me, even my roommates.
They say I am friendly to all
but the only thing I am not
sure about is dogs. I like to
play but am not too playful.
My Christmas wish is to find a
family of my own for me to
love and to get love in return.
Please come see me for your-'
self. I can be found at the
Nassau County Animal
Services, 86078 License Road,
Yulee, 491-7440. Oulrnormal


CATS ANGELS

Happy New Year from Cats .
Angels! Miss Lydia "Matron' .
and Resident Diva" of the Cats.
Angels Adoption Center is
hoping that, you will open your'
heart s and homes to a home-
less animal ManyCats '
Angel- cats and kittens
missed out on a forever home
for Christmas, but there is still
hope for the New Year! Please
visit www.catsangels.com or
call 321-2267 to meet with an
adoption volunteer
StarL, the New Year by,
shopping at the Cats Angels large items..
Thrift Store, which lis stocked Cats Ang-ls elped.with
with household itfrnis, decora. the spas 'neuter and va'ccina-
tions. furniture, appliances, lon6f o over 101 animals in
used books, ioys and more. December hopefully pie-
Our inventOtry.changes daily, venting unwani-d liar-rs of kit-
so stop by often. Cats An-els -terns and pdppies this spring
is located at.709 S Eighth St Don't wait. please help us by
and open Monday-Saturday getting dithe animals in Nour
from 11a.m. to 5 p.m. care spayed or neutered now
Donations are accepted dur- Call Cats -Angels at 321-2267
ing business hours, but please, \Ve can help you trap feral
call-to make arrangements for cats.


NASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY


Want a happy. New Year?
. Com6 fall in love with Miles!
He's an amazingly beautiful,
rust-colored Border Collie
mix; less than a year old. He's,
housetrained, smart and
eager to please Miles is
accustomed to living in a,
horne with young teenagers,
but his0owners were-moving
and couldn't take him with
them.
He knows liow to sit and
has'a happy, fun personality -
he-loves to play and is very.
sweet, and has a great out-
look on life Please come see,
Miles he'll bring you miles
of smiles in the NewYear arid
beyond! .
Arabella is a calm, sweet
cat who would make a nice
..companion around the house.
She's a Domestic Short Hair
mix, about 5 years old; who,
juist likes to find a quiet, ..
secure place where she can
snooze or watch the world go
by. She enjoys being petted
and isn't very demanding and


would make a low-mainte-
nance fi lend for any cat lover.
We think Arabella would real-
ly love somebody to love.
Please come see sweet, beau-
tifullArabella!
..You qan see videos of our
adaptable dogs and cats at
,www.Nasa.-aiiHumaneSocietv c
om.
All of u~'l the Nassau
Humane Society wish you.
and yours a happy and .
Healthy 2012! Thank you for
your support of our homeless
.dogs and cats, and our mis-
sion to, speak for those who
can't. We hope you'll join us
Monday, Jan. 2 at 10 a.mi. for
the grand opening four new
Second Chance store at 312 S.
Eighth St. in Fernandina.
Beach! If you have gently-
used items you'd like to'
donate, such as clothing,
household items, furniture or
books, please call Penny
Landregan at 277-1152 or
(904) 573-6564. Thank you
and Happy New Year!


.STARS'


Hi, my name is Lucy and I
am 9 months old and 7
pounds of pure love. I get
along with cats, kids and
other dogs in my foster home.
I am black with a little white
chest hair. Being a very
happy girl, I will give you lots
of kisses and bring you lots of
love in this New Year!
Save the Animals Rescue
Society does not run a shelter.
Animals are fostered by
STARS members until a suit-
able and caring home is
found. STARS needs new fos-
ter homes in order to rescue
more animals and increase
adoptions.
If you are interested in
adopting a STARS dog, please


visit our website at www.star-
sofamelia.org and fill out an
adoption application'. Thank
you.


business hours and times are
-Tuesday through Friday, 11
a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturdays 11
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and closed
Sunday. This weekend, we
are closed Saturday but will
reopen for adoptions on
Tuesday at 11 a.m.


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PEOPLE &PLACES
-.... .** --


SPECIAL EVENTS

Art exhibit
The Florida State Collei
at Jacksonville Betty P. Co
Nassau Center Art Gallery
will host 'The Endangered
Life," an art'exhibit by Rick
Cannizzaro from Jan. 9-31
His paintings are of endan-
gered or threatened anima
Vibrant color is used in eac
for maximum impact to the
viewer.A public reception is
scheduled on Jan. 12 from
6:30-8 p.m. The reception
will include.a, participatory
-exhibit'for children with sma
pictures hidden within the "
All children who participate
will be eligible to win a sign
reproduction of art from the
exhibit.
Cannizzaro is a national
recognized artist/author
whose paintings include
everything from beaches tc
exotic forests. In 1994 he
was juried into the presti-
gious "Oil Pastel Associa-
tiori." Most recently he has
been commissioned by
Ocean Publishing for a seri
of art exhibits in conjunction
with book releases, includir
Jean-Michael Coudteau's
" 'Explore the Southeast
National Marine
Sanctuaries."
The Betty P. Cook Art
Gallery is located in the.
Nassau Center Library in
B103. Call 548-4467.
WildNite -
The Wild Amelia Nature
Festival's "Wild Nite" nature
forum.Jan. 10,at 7 p.m. at tt
Peck Center in Fernandina
Beach will feature-Qraig
-Morris, interpretive ranger.
from the Timucuan Preservi
speaking about the '.Timele!
Tidewater Timucuans." The
program is free and open to
. the public.
There were, at one time,
35 kingdoms of the "
Timucuan people. Tall, high!
tattooed agrarian hunter-
gatherers, the eastern
Timiucuans were good fishe
men as well as farmers .
- Though generally peaceful,.
there were encounters with
Europeans an d other tribes,
Yet their disappearance as
people can be more directly
linked to disease, they had
no immunity to European di
eases like smallpox. Most:
-had died by the mid-18th
century. For information visi
www.wildamelia.com.
Literary luncheon
The Friends of the ,
Femandina Beach Library's
.Annual Literary Luncheon w
take placeJan. 13 at noon i
the Heron Room at Omni
Amelia Island Plantation
Resort, 6800' First Coast *,
,Hwy. Guest speaker Lu
Vickers, author of Cypress
Gardens, America's Tropica
Wonderland: How Dick Pop
Invented Florida, will share
her motivations for writing '
this book and her 'research
on Pope's creation, the rich
history of the landmark
attraction and its decline fol-
lowing the construction of
Walt Disney World and its
outlook for the.future as.part
of Legoland 'Florida .
Tickets are $35 for FOL
members and $45 for noh-
members and are available
at the Fernandina Beach
library, Avegetarian'lunch
Smustbe reserved in
advance.. For information '
email ..
FemandinaLib Friends @gm
I.com orvisit www.nas-
saureads.com and click on
Friends of the' Library.


Amelia Residents In
Action for the Symphony
(ARIAS) will host its annual
black-tie fundraising gala to
Support music education prc
Grams and Jhcksonville
Symphony Orchestra partici
pation in Nassau County on
Jan. 15at 5:30 p.m. at The ..
Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island.
For information and reserva-
tions ball 261-0105.-
THIS WEEK

AlDlSquilt
The North Florida Chapte
of the NAMES Project is pro
viding two panels of the AIDt
Memorial Quilt for viewing
through Dec. 30 at Baptist


Medical Center Nassau,
1250 South 18th St.,
Femandina Beach. The quilt
- founded in 1987 as a
poignant memorial, is a pow-
erful tool for use in prevent-
ing new HIV infections, and
the largest ongoing commu-
nity arts project in the world.
Wintercamp'
The McArthur Family
YMCA will offer The Chill


Factor winter day camp
through Dec. 30. Sign up for
any number of days. Free
registration and details at the
ge Y, 1915 Citrona Drive. Call
ok 2614-080. Visit www.first-
coastymca.org/mcarthur.
Sleuth Camp
I Sherlock Holmes is com-
- ing to town in January and
ls. kids ages 4-10 need to get
;h ready. Join the Amelia Arts
Academy today and Dec. 29
s at 9 a.m. to learn how to
solve mysteries and the
tricks of being a super-sleuth.
Call 277-1225. :
all
art. Bookfestllval
The Amelia Island Book.
ed Festival has launched its new
S. website with.the 2012 festival
schedule and and.a preview
lly author lineup at www.ameli-'
aislandbookfestival.com.
.- Tickets are on sale for'mem-
S- bers and will be available to ,
the public starting Jan. 1. ,
Become, a member or renew
your membership to have
first choice of events like the
Author's Lun6heon, Writers'
es Workshops and the Festival
n Gala "Once Upon A Book
ig Island" 'Tickets are also ..
available by phoning (904),
624-f665 or mailihg to:
Amelia Island Book Festival,
P.O. Box,824, Amelia Island,
FL 32035.
Genealogygroup
Genealogy group meet-,
ings are held at Yulee United
Methodist Church, 86003
Christian Way, Yulee, the .
secondhand fourth
he Wednesday of each month
from 9-11 a.m. New mem-
,bers are welcome' Call 225-
5381 .or Paulette Murrin at
e,, 548-9752 for information..
SLegion bingo --'
S-The public is invited to
play bingo every Thursday
night at American Legion -
,Post54, 626 S. Third St.,
ly Fernanidina Beach, in the
large smoke:free meeting
hall. Doors open at 6 p.rmi.
r- and Early Bird Games start
at 6:19 p.m., with regular
play beginning promptly at
6-30 p m. .
The bingo session is nine
a games for $20, wilh multiple
jackpots being paid out
Rehreshments are available.
s- For questions e-mail ..
post54bingo@yahoo com.
Proceeds go back into pro- ,
it grams sponsored by the
American Legion. The sec-
-' ond week of each month "
through February, all lnet pro-
ceeds will be donated to the-
Special Olympics track ahd
vill. field events in Nassau
n County. "-
Maritime Museum
The Maritime Museum of
-.Amelia island hosts a pro-
gram on a current topic every
I Friday at5 p.m.The pro-
e grams are'jointly sponsored'
by the museum and Amelia-
Research and Recovery,
LLC, the.Amelia-based comrn-
pany that searches for and
recovers sunken treasure
from Spanish Galleons. The
museum is located at 1335'
S. Eighth St. No reservations
t are needed. Call (904) 838- :
6688 or (904) 838-6619.
NEXT WIi....

Children'swriters
Children's Writers
Jacksonville will meet Jan. 3,
from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Room'
B at the Southeast Regional .
ai Library, 10599 Deerwood -.
Park BIvd., Jacksonville, -
(9Q4).996-0325. Special .
speakers are Frances Keiser
Sof Sagaponack Books and
Jane Wood of Jane Wood
Books. Free and open to the
public., For information con-
tact Janet Walter at jgwal-
ter@comcdast.net.
SWomenr's fashion,
The Amelia Island
Museum of History invites
you to its next Brown Bag
Lunch LectureJan. 4 at
noon. Thea Seagrayes will
be presenting women's fash-
ion in America from its early
colonization period to 1910.
Specifically, she'll be dis-.
cussing women's undergar-
Ir ments and why women wore
what they wore. While out-
S wardly much has changed in


fashion over the years, when
one'takes a closer look much
.has stayed the same as well.
This event is free and open
to the public. For information
contact Alex at 261-7378,
- ext. 102 or alexbuell@amelia
Smuseum.org.
Funmystey
The world's most famous
detective is called to investi-
gate a diamond theft at an
opera house in "Sherlock
Holmes and the Opera


WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28.2011 AROUND TOWN News-Leader



NEW YEAR'S CELEBRATIONS


Clubdance
The Terpsichorean Dance
Club will hold a-members'
dance on Dec. 31 from 8:30
p.m.-12:30 a.m. at Walkers
Landing at Omni Amelia
Islafid Plantation. Enjoy music
by The Roadies of Waycross,
Ga. Bring your own bottle,
with heavy hors d'oeuvres an
soft drinks provided along
with champagne for a mid-,
night toast to welcome the
New Year. Dress is coat and
tie for men and evening dress
for women. Guests may
attend for a temporary mem-
bership fee of $100 per couple
in advance or $125 at the door
. RSVP to 583-2785 and leave
your name and phone number
or email Ird1934@att.net.
O'Kanes
Join the gang at O'Kane's,
Irish Pub & Eatery, 318 .
Centre St., for a, New Year's -
Eve to remember. Enjoy live
entertainment in the pub with
the Turner-London Band fea-
turing Davis and Pam Tur ner
and Hal London. In the main
dining-room count down to
midnight all over the :world on
-the 10-foot projection TV "
screen. New Year's Eve din-'
ner special includes strf &
turf and a champagne toast
'and New Year's Day enjoy tra-
ditional favorites including.
blackeye peas and collard
greens..
SJustfor kids
The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia
Island is featuring a Mad
Scientist themed evening Dec.
31 for children five through 12
including a dinner buffet,
games and a two-hour interac-
tive show by the Mad
Scientist. Cost is $1.25 iiiclu-
sive and reservations are
required. Call277-i100.
Black&WhiteBall
A New Year's Eve Black &
White Masquerade Ball is
Dec. 31 from 9 p.m.-l a.m. at
The Ritz-Carlton Grand
Ballroom, an evening of glam-
our and style reminiscent of
Truman Capote's infamous
Black and White Ball of 1966:
Enjoy lavish food, live music,
:dancing. open bai and fire-
works., Black and white attire
.is encouraged Masks will be.
provided And guests are wel-
come to bring their own.Must
bb 21 oirolder And:provide'


House Mystery," an original
stage play based on the work
of'Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; ,
presented Jan. 7.at 2 p.m. by !.
Amelia Arts Academy and the,
Florida division of Cultural -.
Affairs. .
'Produced oy Atlantic Coast
Theater for Youth, the play is .
fun for the entire family. '
Tickets are $6 each Contact.
The academy at 277-1225. .
COMING UP
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Quiltguildl
The Jan 10 meeting of the
Amelia Island Quilt Guild will
feature designer June Colburn
with a trunk show of fabrics,
quilts and garments collected ;
during her 20-year odyssey, .
living and traveling around the
globe. From royal robes to
,41 hand-dyed wax-resist batiks.
learn more about the impor-
tance of fabrics in Balinese
culture, how expert dyers cre-


valid ID at registration.
$185 per adult, including
gratuity. Call 277-1100 for
reservations.
Toga party
Ring in the New Year with
c a toga party Dec. 31 starting
at 9 p.m: upstairs at Sliders
Seaside Grill, 1998 S. Fletcher
d' Ave. For information call 277-
6652. Visit www.sliderssea-
side.com.
Rod Stewart tribute
The Suri Restaurant and
Bar, 3199 South Fletcher Ave.,.
Fernanidina Beach, presents a
Rod Stewai-t Tribute by
r: Kenny Holliday (and DJ Roc)
on Dec. 31. Call 261-5711 for
r details.
Beach walk
Join the Nassau County.
,Sierra Club on Nw Yiear's
Day for a-Beach Walk and
,, Clean Up. Meet at Slider's
Beach Park at 10 a.m.
Participants will walk to
Peters Point, approximately,
2.5 miles. A picnic lunch will
be served after the w;ilk I hat
, will include the customary -,
New Year's blackeye. peas and;
:,greens for good luck. Bring'
,gloves, plastic bags for trash, "
water and sunscreen..Please
'RSVP so org;ini/.-.I can.plan
the picnic. Email Karen ,
Miller, Nassau County Sierra
Club Outings Leader coordi-
nator at ,
kai:en.penpahmiller@gmail.co
m. Leave your name and
phone number in case of can-
:cellation due to weather. /
OUT OF TOWN

Greyfieldinn,
Greyfield Inn on
Cumberland Island, Ga., *.111
h6st a reflective start to the,
New Year, beginning with an'
oyster roast Dec.31 and end-,
ing the evening counting
down to-midnight under the -
sparkling stars with a roaring
bonfire For information call
261-6408' or stop by the office
at 4 N. Second St., Fernandina
Beach. Email seashore@grey-
fieldinn.com-
JSOtoast
'- The Jacksonville
Symphony Orchestra pres-
ents "Toat.' To the-New
Year!" on Dec 31 at 8:30 p.m.
S with Fahin M, : 11,.Lii I .oI .tlic-
tor, ;ai-i l >.' ,: ,l L'u _-I- i, t '* '


ate their effects and see
examples of contemporary
batiks.used in wearable art
quilts. and more. The quilt
guild holds monthly meetings
Sat 7p.m. on ihe second
Tuesday at the Woman's
Club, 201 Jean LaFitte Ave2.- t
Programs .afe free and open
to the public For information.
visit aiquilters com. '" -


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announced, in Robert E. '
Jacoby Symphony Hall at the
Times-Union Center for the
Performing Arts. Enjoy the
concert, a party and midnight
fireworks.
Tickets and additional
information are available
through the Jacksonville
Symphony Box Office at (904)
354-5547, or online at
JaxSymphony.org:
Downtown Jax ,
The Taxslayer.com Gator
Bowl and the city of
Jacksonville will present a
New Year's Eve fireworks
,show at the start of the New
Year on Jan. 1 on the down-
town riverfr-ont. The appiro.i-
mately 10-minute .show will -
take place ftom one barge
behind The Jacksonville .
Landing and can be viewed
from both the Northbank and
Southbank riverwalks.' '-
In addition, downtown.
Jacksonville will be alive with
activity throughouftthe week-
end as fansof the, Ohio State
Buckeyes and the University
of Florida Gators come'to
cheer on theIr eamns at the -
Gator Bowl Jan. 2 at lp.m. at .:-
EverBank Field. :
Many downtown restau-- ',
rants, hotels and businesses" :
will also host New Year's'Eve
celebrations.Visit:.
MakeASceneDowntown.com'.
or call (904) 630-3690 for f,'
details. For, a complete listing
of Gator Bowl activities ,nd
ticket information, visit
GatorBowl.cm. :
Alhambra party
Join Alhambra Theatre and
Dining, 12000'Beach Blvd.,.,
Jacksonville, on Dec. 31 for a
charnpao'eri- ani hours d'ue.-
vres reception, a plated dinfier
1prepai ed by ChefDeJuhn.ia \,
Broadway-quality perform-
ance of Nunsense, then danc- -
ing to a !i\ i band and a cham-.
pagne toast with a balloon
drop, at midnight. The bandi
will play as long as there are'
people to dance there will be'a;,
New Year's Breakfast Buffet
about 12:30,a.m. Tickets are
$125 per person Call (904)
S641-2122 oi vi- iwwalham-.
brajax.com


The 1990s
ACROSS )
1 Adherents of
Sikhism
6. Before tac and toe
9. Chap or fella ,
13. Ivy progression
14. *Richard Gere to
Cindy Crawford:
".. in 1991
15. Kim Jong-il leads
the north section
pf'this region
16. Independent
African ruler
17. No vote
18. Relating to ulna
19. *South Africa's
first black presi-
dent
21. Skier's delight
23. Salt in. Spanish
24. Hawaiian dance
25. Brown messen-
ger
28. *Garth of
"Wayne's World"
30. Mourner's song
34. Stiff hair or bristle
36. en scene
38. Swarms
.40. *"The Lion King"
villain
41. *Nirvana's
"Nevermind,"e.g.
43. It leads to flight?
44. "'Three's
Company" land-
lord
46. "Will be," accord-
ing to Day
47. Evoke emotion
48. Cloak
50. Longest division
of time, pl.
52. *He played John
Spartan in
"Demolition Man"
53. Another spelling


MLK DAY

EVENTS

Celebration
The Martin Luther
King Jr. Celebration
begins at 6 p.m. Jan. 13 at
SFirst Missionary Baptist
Church. Vice president
Wendell McGHlee is chair-
man for the'Youth
Extravaganza sponsored by
Nassau County NAACP
Youth Council. Organiza-,
tions are asked to send
.their youth to participate.
Breakfast
The Martin Luther King
SJr. Commemorative'*'
Breakfast is Jan. 14 at 9
a.rp. at Burns Hall of St:.
Peter's Episcopal Church,
presented by the Nassau
County NAACP .Donations
are $20.
Tickets are available
from any member. Contact
'Arva Butler at 277-1256 or
bostler@comcast.net or
JohnelrPreliou at 261-9361
or jpreliou@bellsouth.net.
Parade
The Annual Martin
Luthei King Jr Parade is
Jan 16. sponsored by
NAACP Youth
Council/ American Youth.
The theme is "Tlhe Dream,
The- Vision, The Unity."
Line up at noon at the
.city ballpark. Parade
begins at 1 30 p m Forms
are available from parade
chairperson RIome1 Green V
at 556-5165 or
drrolO84@aol.com.
Contact Verrietta Spaulding
at 583-1569 or 261-i.S01 or:
vspail9991'aol,com ,
Deadline i. Jan 13 The
parade will end at the
NMartin Luther King Jr.
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sing '
55. As opposed to ,
S.rent .
57. Cursed", '. '
60. *It featured
Rachel and
Monica, among
others
64. in com-
parison," past.
tense
65. Followed third
Super Bowl
67. Not here
68. Swelling from
fluid accumula-
tion
69. Large coffee pot
70. *Franjo Tudjman,
e.g.
71. *Site of show-
down with Branch
Davidians.
72. *"-" About You"
73. What Elmer Fudd
does
DOWN
1. Ponzi scheme,
e.g.
2. Shirley MacLaine's
1963 character
3; "A __ eye"
4. Minds or listens
5. Impressive dis-
play, as in food
6. She plays Liz on
"30 Rock"
7. Civil rights advo-
cate Wells
8. Aquatic South
American rodent
resembling
beaver
9. *Dream Team's
.reward
10. White-tailed sea
eagle
11. Not far


12. Applied before
feathers .
" 15;*Where U.S.,
' intervened ,
20. Children's book
S-"Is Your Mama a

22. Days of -
24. Like one who's
washed-up
25. *Counfry until
1991
26. Legendary cow-
boy Bill
27. Locker room
infection?
29. Nadas
31. Fair-play watch-
dogs
32. Dineros or loots
33. *Form of commu-
nication that took
off
35. Length times
width
37. *New money
39. Nimble and quick
42. Lord's estate
45. *Hutu-Tutsi con-
flict site
49. Civil War general
51. "The wind began
to___, the
house to pitch..."
54. Abomination
56.Jawaharial
57. Dad to a baby
58. *Starred in "The
Hunt For Red
October"
59. Circulates in an
office
60. Discover
61. Ne
62. Exclamation of
annoyance
63. They make up a
tennis match
64. Church seat
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603 Miscellaneous
PINE STRAW Convenient on island -
Sadler Road Premium .Long Leaf-
$3.50 per bale. 261-8883

609 Appliances
FOR SALE E SAi, t ., s.,3
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and water. Good condition. $350. Call
John @ (508)272-3049.

610 Air Conditioners


HEAT/COOL Window units & ice ma-
chines, used all sizes w/warr. Repairs
to central & window AC's, refrigerators
& freezers. Kish's (904)225-9717.


611 Home Furnishings
FOR SALE King size oak headboard,
good condition, $250. King size
headboard & footboard,' excellent
condition,. $450. (904)310-6151


611 Home Furnishings
NORTH JAX FURNITURE .LIQUID-
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i.air.. .:r s. -- I .:. E 39 539 L
pc Bedroom set $399. House.package
$1799. Call (904)245-9397.






802 Mobile Homes
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1:-:, EP 1iEI. l r, ..:,:,. condiucon
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805 Beaches
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Oceanfront Realty (904)261-8870.

806 Waterfront '
Waterfront Homes & Lots Call
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Lasserre, Realtor.


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807 Condominiums
CONDO FOR SALE at Cottages at
Stoney Creek, Fernandina Beach.
Gated community, beautiful first floor
unit, 2BR/2BA, with garage. Never
been occupied. $112,000. 277-8769 or
(904) 753-1516.
811 Commercial/Retail

626 S. 8TH ST DT Historic 2,200 sf,
For sale $335k. Sadler 1,500-40,000
sf. avail. Price neg. Warehouse from
$600/mo. Cafe Turnkey 45K OBO Call
Phil @ Amelia Coastal Realty 904-556-
9140
RENT TO OWN Corner lot 926 S. 8th
St. Small office + 20x40 bldg (3 bays
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852 Mobile Homes
3BR/2BA DWMH on 1 acre. Wood
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321-7454.
NICE 3BR/1.5BA SW $650.
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and kennel area for a large dog.
$549,500 #54600


2 BR Deluxe model with 2 master suites;split
bedroom design. Close to Fernandina,,
Jacksoiville and St. Marys. Owner will con-
sider selling furniture.


$119,500 #52131


NORTH 15TH STREET-Cleared and DEEPWATER PROPERTY Approximately
ready to build in an established neighbor- 128'x 420', with a short dock located on
Lanceford Creek. Beautiful view, close to
hood. 79.45x239 ft. A1A, yet quiet and secluded. there are two
$ mobile homes on the property but the value is
$60,009 #52050 in the lot.


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This 2784 approximate sq ft vintage home
has been modified into 3 apartments. The
largest has a fireplace, hardwood floors, eat in
kitchen and has been well maintained. Live in
one. unit and rent out the others or convert it
back into a single family home.

$395,000 #56107







SCOONER LANDING is centrally located-
on the Island, close to the beach, and shop-
ping. 85'xlOO0'.


$95,000 #55195


WALKING DISTANCE TO THE BEACH, 5 oversized lots LOTS 42 AND 43 S. FLETCHER Oceanfront commercial
off Robert Oliver in Egan's Landing Subdivision, reduced to lot. Zoning allows hotel use. Preliminary plans provide for 58
$85,000 each 113'x150' buy now build later! room/suites when combined with the adjoining lots.$699,000
each MLS#54044 and MLS#54048


WINTERBERRY AVENUE comer lot just down the road
from the boat ramp $25,000

RACHAEL AVENUE 75'x100' lot $165,000

PItATESWOOD LOT-approx 1 acre, Doubloon Trail $70,000


L-7 ON FIRST AVENUE Just N. of Askins $198,500
N. 15'" STREET Cleared lot, established neighborhood
$60,000 MLS# 52050
CAYMAN CIRCLE 1 Acre $99,000
SCOONER LANDING is centrally located on the Island, close to
the beach, and shopping. this is for lot 20 & 21 together,
85'xlOO'. $95,000 MLS#55195


INTERSTATE 95'EXPOSURE AT US 17 GOOD ASSEM- 15 CITY LOTS 3 'and Fir Streets. Zoned MU-1 andl
BLAGE POTENTIAL for medium sized site. Corner location R2. Good for townhome, duplex or industrial.
with good access. $850,000 $525,000
OCEANFRONT HOTEL SITE 215' along the Atlantic Ocean. PRIME FRONTAGE ALONG US 17 just north ofA 1A,
Plans show 56 room suites. Reduced to $2,297,000. High development area in the heart of Yulee. $195,000.
YULEE MINI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity to grow your Plans for an 11,00 s.f. Medical Complex on file.
own self storage facility and/or add new retail/office. 570' on 64 ACRES along Amelia Island Parkway for a Master0
U.S. 17, total 3.5 acres+/-. Warehouse on approx. 2 acres. Planned Development
$1,575,000


2BR/2BA LUXURY CONDO -
Upstairs, vaulted ceilings, plantation
blinds, fitness center, pool, fishing lake.
$950 inc. water. (904)753-0701
THE COLONY 2BR/2BA/2-car
garage. $950/mo. Pool & tennis courts.
Svc. animals only. No smoking. Call
(214)691-9131.
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
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, ten-nis &
more! tots of upgrades Starting at
just $749/mol Call Tammy for our
winter special at (904)415-6969 for a
showing. www.amelialakes.com


*ATLANTIC AVENUE -
2BR/1BA upstairs unit locate
ed between the-beach & his-
toric *downtown. $795/mo.
Available Now.
*N.. FLETCHER AVENUE
- 2BR/1BA Downstairs
duplex, close walk to beach .
900 sq. ft. .$810/mo incl.
,.ater & garbage. Available
Now.
*NORTH HAMPTON
CLUB WAY 4BR/3BA
home w/ community 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.
STONEYY DRIVE -
3BR/2BA condo at Stoney
Creek. Gated community with
pool. 1,600 sq, -ft. 1 car
garage. $1,050/mo. Available'
Now.

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3BR/2BA SUMMER BEACH HOME -
with 1-car garage. No smoking.
$1850/mo. Call (301)990-8264.

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

860 Homes-Unfurnished
2BR/1BA 97460 Blackbeards Way
(Pirates Wood subd.). CH&A: $750/mo
+ $700 dep. Call (386)365-8543.

3BR/3BA WITH STUDY Partly
furnished. Clubhouse with pool &
tennis court. Off Amelia Concourse.
$1,450/ mo. Available 1/1. (904)729-
0701.
4BR/4.SBA LAKEFRONT HOME In
Oyster Bay. Open floor plan: Separate
living & dining area, gated
neighborhood. $1800/no. Call Tiffany
(904) 335-0583 for details.
NORTHPOINT TOWNHOME for
rent. 2BR/2.5BA, fireplace, carpet, two
blocks from beach. $850/mo. (904)
571-8650. *
HOUSE FOR RENT 318 Benjamin St.
$800/mo, $700 deposit, 3BR/1BA
$200/dep for pet. References required.
(904)277-2983 or (904)753-1578
1307 CLINCH DR. 3BR/2BA, garage,
workshop, large party room, sec.
system, new carpet. $1095. Nick
Deonas Realty, Inc. (904)277-p006


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

RESIDENTIAL
LONG TERM
S220, A First Avenue 2BR/I.5BA $875 a
month +- utilities.
*2801 Elizabeth St., Ocean View, upstairs of
. duplex on North Beach $950/mo. incl. water,
sewer and garbage.
*2500A First Avenue 2BR/2BA with den or 3rd
BR and I car garage $1,100/mo. + utilities.
*619 S. 14th Street 3 BR/I BA $875/mo. + utilities.
*3423 S. Fletcher Upstairs 28R/IBA Furnished,
oceanview some utilities included $1000/month.
*MarinersWalk- 3BR/2BA, 1,500 sq.ft.near Ritz.
Carlton. Furnished or unfurnished. $1200!mo.
+ utii. .
BEACH COTTAGE
*2BRAIBA furnished 1801 S. Fletcher Ave.
$ 1,650/mo. or 6mo. lease
VACATION RENTAL
*AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY .2BR/
I BA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher. Across the
street fromthe beach.AII util,wi-fi,TV & phone.
COMMERCIAL
* Five PontsVilage 1,200 sq.$ 1200mo +ales tax
*Amelia Park 910 approx. sq.ft., 3 offices,
reception area, kitchen and bathrdom.
$1450/mo.+ utilities. "
* 1839 S.8th St adjacentto.Huddle House, 1,800
sq.ft. $1700/mo. lease + tax.Sale also considered.
* BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. Landscaping Co. or
Nursery. Office greenhouse, shade houses with
a fenced, irrigated outside space fdr plants.
Excellent location with high visibility.
COMMERCIAL SALE/INVEST
* Office Complex w/trnant for sale / excellent
investment. 1941 Citrona Dr 4690 sq.ft.includ-
ing additional lot. Call for more info 261-4066 ,
90426.4066


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3/2 IN YULEE Newly remodeled.
Pets ok on approval. $975. Phil 556-
9140.

1861 Vacation Rentals
OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,
Realtor, for special rates.
S863 Office
VARIOUS OFFICES 600-1500sf.
2382 Sadler Rd. behind Amelia
Insurance. (904)557-15644



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2000 BUICK LESABRE 87,000
miles. Estate Sale. $4,500. Poole &
Poole, P. A. (904)'261-0742.


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AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION
Beautiful 4BR/3BA Beach Walker unit. Pools, tennis,
and golf
$479,000 MLS# 55260


CARLTON DUNES
Executive oceanfront condos at Summer
beach with upscale appointments located
North of The Ritz-Carlton.
Prices start at $1,150,000


THE VILLAS
Beautiful villas in Summer Beach. 3BR/3BA second
floor flat with interior elevator Is the perfect vaca-
tion home. Membership to The Golf Club of
Amelia Island available.
$359,000 MLS# 54442


RIVERPLACE ON THE INTERCOASTAL
Enjoy the views.and sunset from this 3BR/4BA DBL
garage and private elevator townhouse.
Community dock, great for fishing. Owner would
. consider owner financing.
$795,000 MLS# 51442


RIGGING WAY 47 BEACH WALKER ROAD
Located in gated community of Summer Beach, Custom home nestled In the beautiful hammock
4BR/3BA plus office home on golf course lot; short area of Amelia Island Plantation. Just steps tp the
walk to the beach and community pool. beach. Pool, spa, summer Kitchen, two master suites
are just a few of the luxuries. This is truly a must-seel l
$539,000 MLS # 54556 $1,299,000 MLS# 53073









HARRISON COVE VILLAS PRESERVE ESTATE HOMES
Condos with garages, 2 and 3 bedrooms, gated Build your dream home on these beautiful estate
community. Walking distance to beach, Club lots. Plenty of Arthur Rutenberg floor plans to
membership available, choose from. Gated Community, neighborhood
pool, Club membership available
$199,000 MLS # 51265 Prices starting at $436,500.

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