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KEEPING VIGIL


More- ttwuin 10
,-,pl,- atte-nd it
i awnlh-hiight vigil
f nndlo ,tt4ide- tl-h
YultI- hi-tilo ,of
Kirk Wt-'dlil, 51,
mi,ing innce 0< t.
M. Whbile- at %u>p-wt
in his diappear-
ance'- has be+n
arre--t-d in New
Jer-ey, he is not
c<4i)wprating with
the investi-gation
and police still
have no
information as to
Hlr..ill'l where-
abiut,, Nalssau
County Sheriff
Tommy kSiyt4raves
maid T'I ueday-.
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ging streetlights slated for
removal, such as this one on
South ()th Street.



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concerns


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ANGEL IA IDAUII I IRY
Nves I.ead"

Residents who believe they aret pay-
ing for s'reetlitglht slat:(d to be turilncd
off ia part of; new plan to sa.ve the city
money need not worry. according to
Mark Cutshaw. regional generall nman-
ager of Florida 1'uiblic Utilities
Cutshaw said his office lha;
checked out a few situations where
residents tloKught they were already
footing the bill for streetlights the city'
had scheduled to be eliminated to cut
its costs, but "cotuldl not find any evi-
dence at all that custoimeri-. were pay-
ing for the lights."
Cutshaw added that only thil city
may take advantage of ['UT's rates for
strectlightls ihat ',i.iImmii i public
rights of way A residential outdoor
rate was created tor lights :i i.T' i in
a yard or driveway that pointt toward
the private property, he .alid That
kind of lighting show- up o(n a month-
!y bill as "outdoor lighting." Cutshaw
noted

LIGHTS Continued on 3A


HOLY CAR SHOW BATMAN!


Car enthusiasts check
out the Batmobile
Saturday during the
14th annual Amelia
Cruizers 8-Flags Car
Show, above. The
C'aped Crusader's ride
was just one of scores
of classic cars at the
show, which occupied
eight blocks of Centre
Street. Frank and
laurie Kepner
check out a 1931
Studebaker, right.
The show benefits
the Justin Hess
Scholarship
Foundation, Court
Appointed Special
Advocates (CASA) of
Southeastern Georgia
Foundation and the
Nassau County Council
on Aging. For more
information visit www.
ameliacruizers.org.
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S City stall is considering Clo-inil *;
public Ibach ;acce'.so-. o tll s louh Fch, i
A\venuet jusl north ol S'easide lIark ithai
has bten tilte subject ol a ;t nia hbot
holdt dispu "te since 2L' 4l.
IPublic Access 19-S has betenl in di,
pulte since \Me1lodict W\ iiitoi, iow. ne 1141
a property next to Ilhe walkwaV, begin
complaining that beachlgo4c s wVic.
damaging the stcep dun. and vteger
tion along the lt-ll oo-1 wide easnilt 1to
the beach.
Stella MillMer. who olwns1 ;1a pi 114'i Ly
acl'oss the stli''tl on Soutlh Fll cieth r,
began contacting city staff about tln
issue in 2(X)4. complaining ihat
Winston was trying to prevent be'ach-
goers from using the access b)y plant
ing trees on the walkway.
But Winston says that wllen s .l
and her husband moved into tliii
house in the fall of 19%9. they asked Ithl
city to build a dune walkover next It
their property. When the city declined.
they built their own beach access, she
said.
I"Te city said we could maintain
the property," Winslon said Tuesday
"Until Stella moved in, the city never
maintained the property. I was iold we\
had squatters' rights."
Winston also said that former city
manager Bob Mearns told her at the
time that he had decided the beach
acc-ss would remain closed to the pub-
lic, and the city subsequently installed
a fence to prevent anyone walking o, .r
the dune.
However, city commissioners in
October 2008 agreed to "open up any
dune walkovers that are within any
current laws and ordinances," accord-
ing to the meeting agenda.
Miller thought then that thie lmaltler
was settled.
The fence that was blocking the
disputed walkway was ordered
removed by the city and thie acce-.
was officially opened in Novembcl
2008, she said. An access sign wa-
also erected but tlhen it was
removed.
City Recreation Iirector Nani Voii
wrote in an mail Tuesday thlia "ili
sign was install and renioved allei a
very short period of time blc' ;ausll thli
path was deemed dangerous to li,
public."
Miller discove-red this on ; I al I);,
weekend, when %he and her fan1l11
tried to use tl(-, e pathway to go lo ili
beach and were detained by < ily IlK *.
who asked them where they wv.r,
going, she said.
After showing them their II..
Miller said she also furnished proof -
a photograph of the acce-s sign r- tha;t
the walkway was public. The family
was allowed to proceed.
A city police report dated :Sepi I
states that officers were re-,pondih,0
to a call from Winston. who told ithi:
that sea oats and a sand dumne w' .r
being destroyed. She also to!ld pli< e.
according to the report, that shi: .'.'.
BEACH Continued on 3A


Three-term mayor remembered for leadership during Dora


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Former Fe:na1,ina Beach \lahor IV.I
John-ton Jr died 'Frida\ in lack1.'.. -'. 1hnson.
a city I-onnIlissioner :,n>m 144-b9. 'lrved ( three
term-ls a;s mayor atdi zw'as instr'it'Ial in the
rei'coin rilction after Hurricant I )o-a iin 1':4 and
in cor dining the.nu:ic'ipa:iti- ie, : Fcrnardinla
andl Fr randina BHeah
.J in-,on w..1 b.o n i:': i .n "H b, orn int
Pcnicula. but hi- f i o.z: o !< h eir -hip;yard dur-
ing ithe (rea.t Itepre--' n." -id h. i dia- ghtter.'
"i y John-,n -His :.oth : cair :> r ;. I'h; a-.
a : archasint g ra .,,r Rayini<':. h; w i n a lrn: -
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J Johnson graduated from
Fernandina Beach High School
in 1940 and went on to attend
S(;.-orgia Military C, .i I g and
the I'niv'ersity of Florida. He
boughtt in the European
T heater during World War II
Sa- the navigator of a -17I
-- bommber.
.lohnson -He published a book in
2.W 0) caldhd Hfnn i Crew. It wa-
abohit hi- exp.rience'- bomb-
in. i,.rm ianr.v ::' thir 1-cond Work. ;War." aih
.Ih'- >I -<: don't real r kn 'A wha, th'-, ',^ ply*.* 'e were, g'iing
tl:irugir"
johnro- 'arr4d .f'.- Ferandi.na B-ach


resident Frances Hollinshead in 19.5C) The two,
were married in Georgia and returned to
Fernandina Beach. where Johnson worked a, a
purchasing agent for Container Corp. The cou-
ple had two children. Sa':i John'on and
Emmanuel Jo-'ph Johnson III. who died in 1~".
Frances died May 29i this year-
In 196f).John--'n wa. eli.c'(d t, the cily com-
mi-.>ion. He servedd a.- mayor from 1963-65 and
again in 19667.-.
AfTer Hurricane Dora hi- Arr.iia I-band in
n.rptember I1964. Johnson w'',-n to w.-ork. rer- n-
.'ructing the devastated o ,rn-nity H< h ->:c
s-'cure -2 n:lion in feders :rai arnd va" in:.-r-
m, +ur(,al in the in-i .. .- :," -.' .-.> h r<-, -. '
'hat pre'--. .ve- 'he i-!and'- o,-tiir:<: hi- aa'.
-H, worked w;i..;h -:n. C,- ,f


Engineers,. Sally John.n s.aid. "'(the I v,'I
ernment .:enl the Corp' of rEngirne::r- i r: .,
assess the situation and -:e what they .,i: o .,o
My dad met with them and di- I uj'4r l a Ii nt i
of option-. The re veltriment wa. deie-td ',r
the beh, option.
he--e: huge bfoulder-. they Ac:rf: n.'o ,-
fee high ove.r the year-, they tri; k-:d c:*;. ;- .
th-e way dcowrn from N-,-. Englan(: 'o '1',rt.:. -.,
continued "'They put them in. and the -:r -.. -
ly began ,0 cover them until they wr ...;
pietel'.y covered, and no onre even k;i-,. ..
w.-ere ther:
Joh6'nn a' al ,s a driving fo, r r-b r:.: 2.
joininirg of F'-r.andira and Fer I'

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OBITUARIES


Phillip James Garris
Mr FPhillip Jame (Garris.
ag, 56. of Jack-avoill]e, paer-d
avay on Monday, (k-c,ber 11,
2010 at M'-frvrial Ho4pital in
Jac'k iivilIE-
'nrin in Bfunwick, (GA he
was the- wn of 'rh- WLat, Herman
ard (athir-rin-: Y't-nains Garris.
Mr (Garr"is Msv~e behind his
family to include, Kay Czito
((,ar y).Yuk-L. Fl, Ray Esifnger,
Yule, Fl, Wendy Rodriquez.
Jackionvill-. FL Catherine
(' iito, anpa Philip Czito,
6rand Rapids, MI. Amber
Klu-,ssner, Tampa. FL, and
KI-lty CAto, Cklveland.'TN
Funeral ,service will be at
11 :0 am on Saturday, October
2.:1, 010 in the Burgess Chapel
of (xk-y-Heard Funeral Direc-
tor, with Reverend Jackie
Haye,-, officiating.
His family will receive
friends from 10:00 am until the
hour of service on Saturday at
the funeral home.
Please share his life story
at www.oxleyheard.com
Oxley Heard Funeral Directors

Billy L Gooding
Billy L. Gooding, 80, of
Fernandina Beach, Florida
passed away Friday, October
15, 2010 at Baptist Medical
Center in Jacksonville, Fla.
He was born and raised in
Hampton County, South Caro-
lina and enjoyed a happy child-
hood growing up there living
on his family farm and taking
care of all of their animals. After
his academic career he moved
to Fernandina Beach where he
had lived for many years.
Mr. (Gooding was employed
as a park ranger for Fort Clinch
State Park, still volunteering
there even after his retirement
when he could. Following his
retirement he started his own
general repair business doing
roof replacement, all types of
major and minor home repairs.
Throughout his life he enjoyed
woodworking, was a self-made
artist and was a fan of old clas-
sic television shows. He was a
longtime member of St.
Michael's Catholic Church in
Fernandina.
He is survived by his broth-
er, Joe Gooding (Jo) of Fernan-
dina Beach, Florida, one sister,
Evelyn Clark of Middleburg,
Florida, brother-in-law, Marion
F. Clark of Macon, Georgia,
neighbors and friends, Jim and
Mary Jean Last, and by many
nieces and nephews.
The family received friends
on Tuesday evening from 5
PM. until 7 PM. at Oxley-Heard
Funeral Home. Funeral servic-
es will be held today at 1 PM. at
St. Michael's Catholic Church
with Rev. Brian Eburn, pastor,
officiating.
Following the service he will
be laid to rest beside his wife in
Bosque-Bello Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers memorials
may be made to St. Jude Child-
ren's Hospital, 501 St. Jude
Place, Memphis, TN 38105 or
to K & C Pet Rescue and
Adoption Society, 5426 Rose-
dale Lane, Jacksonville, Fla.
32244.
Please share his life story
at www.oxleyheard.com.
Oxey Heard FuneralDirectors

Elizabeth B.
Gramling
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Gramling,
age 100, former longtime resi-
dent of Miami Beach, FL,


paw--wd away on rI,'.j :4- .
Nr)I()
Aft r gTaduawing "' :4M
Jackson Manorial Hopira;
School of Nurng.ing, he: w,.kiid
as a R-gi St-ir Nur-r : ,*-- ni -:
married Wiiliarn andr.c,
Gramlirg, a klcal alnitrner. ', -
volunut-red with th.: Arr-rcam.
Red Crm., -irv.-d on the- bo-arc
of Jack.,on Memorial Hopital
and was a kounxk-r menrn:btr oi
the Bath Club She was active
for many years in All Soul'
Episcopal Church, the Opi-ra
Guild, the Miami Beach
Women's Club and Garden
Club
In ~Y2, Mrs. Granling reko-
cated to Fort Lauderdak- She-
leaves behind her mon. Frank
R. Gramling, Fernandina
Beach. F1_
Interment will take place in
The Miami City Cemetery,
Miami, FL at a later date
The family requests in lieu
of flowers, that donations be
made to the Michael J. Fox
Foundation for Parkinson's
Research, Church Street
Station, P.O. Box 780, New
York, NY 10008-0780.
Please share her life story at
www.oxleyheard.com.
Oxley Heard Funeral Directors

Emanuel Joseph
Johnsonl r.
Emanuel Joseph Johnson,
Jr., died peacefully October
15th, following a lengthy illness.
His wife, Frances Hollinshead
Johnson, died May 29th of this
year and his son, Emanuel
Joseph Johnson, Ill died in
1992. His brother, Robert Holt
Johnson, died in 1995.
He is survived by one
daughter, Sara Holt (Sally)
Johnson, one granddaughter,
Claire Elizabeth Holmes, one
sister, Mary
Holt Boswell,
one sister-in-
law, Jean Allen
Johnson, and
numerous
nieces and
nephews.
Mr. John-
son was born November 23,
1923 in Pensacola, Florida.Jim,
as he was known by friends and
family, moved to Fernandina
Beach, Florida in 1936 with his
parents and two siblings. Here
he met his much-loved wife, a
young teacher. They were mar-
ried on August 12, 1950 in
Milledgeville, Georgia.
Jim graduated from
Fernandina Beach High School
in 1940 and then attended
Georgia Military College and
The University of Florida In
1943 he was sent to fight in the
European Theater of World War
II. He served as a First
Lieutenant and as the naviga-
tor of a B-17 bomber in the 8th
Air Force. Many years later he
wrote the book Hann's Crew
about his experiences.
Back in Fernandina, Mr. and
Mrs. Johnson established their
home and reared their family.
Mr. Johnson was employed for
many years at then Container
Corporation of America as
Chief Purchasing Agent At the
same time he was actively
involved in the community,
elected to serve as a
Fernandina Beach City
Commissioner from 1960
to1969 and was elected by. the
commission to serve as Mayor
for three of those years. He was
a licensed Real Estate Broker in
Fernandina, specializing in
commercial property. Mr.


JorTi. n was aho a xamK-mber of
: Rtari~' C'ab F FernanrxEa.
**h a-ardvd him -the honor
,A .-ting inard a Paul Harris

A viiTE*o wili b-e heid this
f Axiy. (xrobcr 22 ftrxn 6 Uto
p :: at (hxk;-Hc.rd Funeral
H 7:r.- ;I F..xeandina Beach
Thlre wif alo be a service
a I p m. op '.aturLday. October
_ at St. M :hael's Catholic
Church in Fernamina Beach.
Following the Mass of
Christian Burial. Mr. Johnson
will be laid to rest beside his
wik- in Bosqwu Be-fl Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be. Jim
Mao, o. J ipLe. Bob Scheffer,
HL Geiger. Bobby Ferriera
and Jack Head.
Honorary pallbearers will
be the members of the
Fernandina Beach Rotary Club I
and Mr. Norman Alday.
In lieu of flowers, please con-
sider contributions to the Mayo
Clinic's Alzheimer's Research
program. Donations can be sent
to Mayo Clinic Department of
Development, 4500 San Pablo
Road, Jacksonville, FL 32224,
and should be noted for
Alzheimer's Research in mem-
ory of EJ. Johnson, Jr.
Mr. Johnson was a selfless,
gracious individual who main-
tained his personal warmth and
dignity until the end. He was
greatly loved by his family and
friends. May light perpetual
shine upon him and may he
rest in peace.
Oxley Heard Funeral Direcors

Rhonda Lee Maley
Rhonda Lee Maley, 48, for-
merly of Fernandina Beach,
passed away of cancer on
Wednesday, October 13,2010 in
Belleville, Mich.
She was
the beloved
mother of
Michael
Maley of
Fernandina
Beach, dear
aunt of
Angelica,
Drew. Robert, Noah, Autumn
and Matthew, and dearest sister
of Barbara (Lawrence) Kanalos
and Ronald Chaney.
She was preceded in death
by her. parents, Ronald and
Nancy White.
Her final resting place will
be in Michigan Memorial Park
in Flat Rock,, Mich.

Michael D. Manis
Michael D. "Mike" Manis,
64, of Fernandina Beach,
Florida passed away at his
home surrounded by his fami-
ly on Friday, October 15, 2010
after a brief battle with cancer.
He was born on December
10, 1945 in Hamilton, Ohio.
Following his academic career
and graduation from high
school and later from college,
having
received his
bachelor's
degree, Mr.
Manis went on
to serve his
country in the
United States
Marine Corps
during the Vietnam'War.
He has resided in
Fernandina Beach since 1991.
During his working career he
worked and retired with Snap-
On Tools Corp. and most
recently worked for many years
as assistant manager for the
Flash Foods store on Amelia


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Iland Park'way. -rvir.g "h
nt-eds o: re-dcnas and cu.-
tomn-rs on the -.ou'h -d o'
Amea l-iand
Thro+ghou hb h ie he- hAd
the game o' gol and wa- abo a
dervotod F-loida Gaor kwtball
fan. and a .'fcime rnfibef of
the V FW Puoa 4351 in
Fernandira Bea.h K
He was preti-d.-d in death
by his mother. B-, -y Ann
Manis. to brothers. Jack and
Rusty, a son, Michael David
Manis and step-daughter.
Tammy Gnaham.
He is survived by his loving
wife of seventeen years. Joyce
Manis, daughter. Michelle
Henry (Dan), step-children.
Henry Frost (Charlene), his
devoted sister. Loni Rodgers.
and brother. Donald Wolfe
(Pat), seven grandchildren,
Cliot and Alexandria Henry,
Robert Graham, Cok Ricky and
Cody Frost, by three nieces,
Stephanie Lain, Lisa Ikner and
April Rodgers, and his beloved
pets. Gator and Tebow.
Funeral services will be held
at 3:00 pm on Wednesday.
October 27, 2010 from the
Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard
Funeral Home with Reverend
Dave Truluck, officiating. He
will be laid to rest with full mil-
itary honors at Jacksonville
Veterans National Cemetery
privately at a later date.
In lieu of flowers memorials
may be made to theV.W. Post
# 4351, Fernandina Beach or
the Vietnam Vets of Nassau
County.
Please share his life story
at www.oxleyheard.com.
Oxley Heard Funeral Directors

James Lawrence
O'Hagan Jr.
James Lawrence O'Hagan
Jr. (immy), 78, beloved hus-
band of Rebecca Fiveash
O'Hagan (Becky), departed this
world Saturday, October 16 at
his home in Fernandina Beach,
Florida surrounded by his fam-
ily.
A native and longtime resi-
dent of Fernandina Beach, he
was born March 5, 1932 to
James Lawrence O'Hagan Sr.
and Elizabeth Sturges O'Hagan.
Jimmy was their only child. He
attended St Michael's Academy
in Fernandina, Bolles School
in Jacksonville and Fernandina
Beach HS.
Jimmy married Denyse
Titcomb O'Hagan in :1951.
Their marriage was tragically
short as, Denyse died of a ter-
minal illness in 1958. He served
in the United States Air Force.
He was stationed at Tyndall Air
Force Base where he played
football for the 'Tyndall Tigers"
of which he was most proud.
Jimmy graduated from the
University of Georgia in Athens
with a Bachelor of Science
degree in Forestry in 1959. He
was a member of Sigma Chi
Fraternity and Xi Sigma Pi.
Following college Jimmy
worked for Rayonier Timber
Division as a registered
Forester.
Jimmy married Becky
Fiveash in 1959. In 1965 he
went to work for International
Minerals and Chemical, Inc.
and rose to the position of
Southeastern Area Sales
Manager.
Jimmy moved home to
Fernandina in 1987 and became
interested in genealogy. He was
one of the grandchildren of
Amelia Island Lighthouse keep-
er Thomas Patrick O'Hagan
and had a desire to learn more
about his Irish ancestors.
Following extensive research
on the family Jimmy and Becky
made several trips to Ireland,
making many friends and unit-
ed family meznbers in Ireland


NEWS
LEADER


and the L'nitcd States.
Jimmy wa> a an-mber of S~
Michael's Parish. a contributor
to universityy of Georgia
Athktics and a loyal Bulldog'
Above all he -njoyed spending
quality tinw- with his family who
he so dearh' loved
He- is survived by his wik- of
50 years. Rebecca Fiveash
)'Hagan. asons James lawrence
O'Hagan Ill. Michael Keith
O'Hagan and daughter Dana
O'Hagan McCoy (Kevin). eight
grandchildren and one great-
grandson.
A memorial service will be
held at St. Michael's Catholic'
Church at 11 00 AM,
on Saturday October 23.
2010 with Father Brian Eburn.
officiating.
A reception will follow
immediately at the home of
Dana and Kevin McCoy.
Interment in Bosque Bello
Cemetery will be held at a later
date.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests any donations be
made to The Salvation Army
ARC in Jacksonville, FL
Please share his life story
at www.oxleyheard.com.
Oxley leard Funeral Direcors

Ruth Edens Plan
Ruth Edens Platt, 91, of
Fernandina Beach, Florida
passed away Thursday, October
14, 2010 in Golden giving
Center of Jesup, Georgia after
an extended illness.
A Virginia native, she had
lived in Fernandina Beach, Fla.
most of her life and resided in
the Golden living Center for
the past six years. She was a
member of
Yulee Baptist
Church in
Yulee, Florida
and was
employed as a
supervisor
with Terminal
Paper Bag Co.,
where she worked until her
retirement in 1983. Locally she
was a member of the Order of
the Eastern Star Chapter #55
in Fernandina.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Lawrence
Platt. She is survived by her
two daughters, Jean Purvis
(Gerald), and Mary Jane
(Richard) Thigpen, all of
Blackshear .Ga twp, sqns,
Clarence Edens Elaine) of,
Jackson, MIk,'and R6bert Vdens'
(Carol) of Caleasieu, La., her
step-children, M.B. Platt
(Janice) and Dwight Platt
(Denise), all of Yulee, Fla., by
fourteen grandchildren, and
several great-grandchildren,
nieces and nephews.
The family received friends
on Monday evening from 6 PM.
until 8 P.M. at Oxley-Heard
Funeral Home.
Funeral services were held
on Tuesday at 11 AM. in the
Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard
Funeral Home with Rev. Tom
Keisler officiating. Following
the services she was laid to rest
beside her husband in Bosque-
Bello Cemetery.
The active pallbearers were
Corey McLendon, Ross and
Mike Purvis, Jon Edens, Drew
and Landon Barber.
Please share her life story at
www.oxleyheard.com.
Oxey Heard Funeral Directors

DEATH NOTICE

Mrs. Sandra Stancin, 68,
of Fernandina Beach, died on
Tuesday morning, Oct. 19,2010
at her home. The Mass of
Christian Burial will be from
St Michael Catholic Church at
a later date.
Oxley HeardFuneralDirectors


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UPDATE

AAmeetng
Alcoholics Anonymous
meetings for people who
have. or think they may
have. a drinking problem
are held Mondays at noon
and Saturdays at 10 a-m. at
S. leer's Episcopal
Church, corner of Eighth
Street and Atlantic Avenue.
All meetings are held in
classroom 201 behind the
church.
Gun oases
Gary W. Belson Asso-
ciates Inc. offers gun cours-
es at the Range & Educa-
tional Training Center in
Nassau County. A Conceal-
ed Weapon License Course
will be offered Oct. 21 at
5:30 p.m.: and Oct. 23 at 9
a-m. A Basic with Defen-
sive Tactics Course will be
offered Nov. 13 at 7:45 a.m.
For information contact
Belson at 491-8358. 476-
2037 or gbelson@bell-
south.net. Visit www.The
BelsonG(roup.com.

XKeeptingKids Saf
The Keeping Kids Safe
Project by S.I.P. Kids will
be in Yulee on Oct. 22 and
23 to provide free digital
fingerprinting and photos
for all children in the show-
room at Rick Keffer Dodge
Chryslcr Jeep, 464037 State
Road 200, Yulec, from 3-7
p.m. Friday and 10 a.m.-4
p.m. Saturday. The event is
free.
Local organizations are
invited to help educate chil-
dren and their families how
to avoid unsafe situations.
There will be free face
painting, balloons, cookies
and juice. For information
callJacki Powers at (319)
268-4111 or email
Jacki@sipkids.com.

Halloween
CaMrnval
Children of all ages are
invited to Halloween
Carnival 2010 from 5:30-
7:30 p.m. Oct. 23 at the
Atlantic Avenue Recreation
Center auditorium. There
will be games, prizes, food
and candy., Game and
refreshment tickets are 25
cents each. Co-sponsored
by the Fernandina Beach
Recreation Department,
Winn-Dixie and First Coast
Community Bank. Visit
www.fbfl.us.
Food drive
Little Women of
Fernandina Beach will
sponsor a Make a Differ-
ence Day canned food drive
Oct. 23 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
at Publix. Proceeds will go
to the Barnabas Center.

Pet costume
cxonMst
Nassau County Animal
Services will hold a Hall-O-
Ween Pet Costume Pawty
& Treats for Treats Oct. 30
at the shelter, 86078
License Road. Registration
begins at 11 am. and judg-
ing at 11:30 a.m. in the fol-
lowing categories:
Most Adorable; Best
Look-A-Like Human and
Pet; Scariest; Most Macho;
Best Non-Store Bought
Costume; Best Pet Trick.
Entry is free but everyone
is encouraged to bring
treats for the cats and dogs
in residence and the shel-
ter will have some human
treats too. The shelter will
be open from 11 am.-4 p.m.
for adoptions. All pets must
be leashed or in carriers.
Donations of prizes are
needed for the costume
contest Anyone who would
like to donate a prize please
contact Carol Kerr, adop-
tion/volunteer coordinator,
at 491-7440 or ckerr@nas-
saucountyfLcom.


LOOKING BACK

50 Fernandina
5 O Beach High
School was finali,-
YEARS ing.plans for


---- Homecoming fes-
tivities Oct. 27-28.
October 20, 1960

25 The city commis-
25 sion voted unani-
mously to increase
YEARS traffic from two
----- lanes to three on
busy Eighth Street
October 23, 1985

0 Renovations offi-
idally began at the
Nassau County
EARS Courthouse on
-- Centre Street
October 25, 2000


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IGHTS
Continud from 1A
Earlier this month the city
announced it had given FPU a
list of 140 strectlights to be
turned off in order to save on
energy costs.
The initiative is meant to
reduce the $22,000 per month
the city ha been paying FPU
for streetlights a cost that
has nearly tripled from $7,000
per month in 2000, the
announcement stated.
It also said that any resi-
dent who wanted to keep a
streetlight slated for removal
could contact FPU at 261-3663
and the lighting cost would
be added to their electric
bill.
Cutshaw said Tuesday that
customers may still opt to
do this since FPU has many
options for streetlights, and
can even rotate the light to
illuminate property There is
no frontt cost for this, he
said, 'bit the monthly bill
may increase from $12 to
$60 depending on the type
of lighting. There are cus-
tomers all over town who are
paying for streetlights, he
added.
However, according to an
email this week from City
Manager Michael Czymbor,
the city has now adjusted its
reduction plan to eliminate no
more than one-third of the
lights on any street.
Residents will know which
are slated to go as bags are


Lights that have
been turned off
intentionally as part
ofthis program are
identified by a white
bag wrapped
around the lamp.'
OLENM UEMAMIIS
CrT PROJECT MANAGER


placed over targeted lights.
City Project Manager
Glenn Semanisin explained
that "lights that have been
turned off intentionally as part
of this program, and not just
burned out, are identified
by a white bag wrapped
around the lamp. The bag is
*placed over, the lamp after
FPU crews disconnect the
power supply."
The lights will not be per-
manently removeduntil all
those scheduled for elimina-
tion have been marked,
according to Cutshaw.
The initiative is meant to
save the city $100,000 annu-
ally. Alist of the streets and
areas affected by the reduc-
tion program is on the city's
website, www.fbfl.org. Resi-
dents may contact the street
department at 277-7389 for
More information.
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A beach access sign was ere
above, but later removed by

BEACH
Contiased from iA
neighbors "kicking and stomp-
ing the sand and vegetation."
"It's not known if this ever
was a beach access, but there is
a well-worn path from the sand
dune to the beach," the police
report stated. "I was shown a
picture... showing beachaccess
signs at this location."
"After talking with (Nan
Voit), it has been determined
that nothing criminal has
occurred," the police report
concluded.
Winston says she called the
police because "my dune looked
like it had been mowed down. It
looked like someone had (used)
weed killer.... It was a big, lush
dune. The city owns 10 feet, but
(neighbors) have encroached
on my property."
On Sept. 17, the city of
Fernandina Beach received a
notice from Trey Hatch of the
Florida Department of
Environmental Protection of a
possible violation of the Beach
Shore aid Preservation Act.
The notice requested the city
to "cease all activities including
excavation, construction and
damage to beach or dunes."
The notice said the city's
possible violations included
"eradication of native salt toler-
ant vegetation, destruction of
natural dune topography and
eradication of native gopher tor-
toise habitat and dens."
"This access; in its current
state, is a liability'to the city
both for potential injuries to per-
sons and FDEP violations," City
Attorney Tammi Bach told city
staff in.an Oct 11 email.
The reason staff will rec-
ommend closure is because
there is no money budgeted for


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acted just north of Seaside Park on South Fletcher Avenue,
the city Parks and Recreation Department



The futve of a beach access located off Sout Fletcher
Avenue nomrh oaSemio Paak is slated for dcussion at the
regue ity coa issio meeting Nov. 2 at6 p.m at City.Hall,
204Ash StL


feel like my property rights have not been
respected. We never-tried to hide the beach
access withoutpermission.'
IMELOMIEWMISTOM

The walkway does increase the value four
property. too. You've got to wonder who's
going to be gaining from this.'
XTUA mLLE


improvements at this beach
access and there are two other
beach accesses very close by,
one north and one to the south,"
Bach wrote in a recent email to
Miller. "In its current state, this
access is a liability to the city,
and we've already received one
report of a person falling at this
access."
"The city has to consider its
tight budget and whether it can
afford to improve this public
beach access," Bach wrote.
'The facts are that only a few
people even know this is a pub-
lic beach access and use it.
However, open and unfettered
public access to the beaches in
Fernandina has been a tradi-
tion."
"We're all just trying to avoid
a possibly precedent-setting


action like closing public access-
es," Miller told the News-Leader
in an emaiL
"The walkway does increase
the value of our property, too,"
Miller said. "You've got to won-
der who's going to be gaining
from this."
"I feel like my property
rights have not been respect-
ed," Winston said. "We have
been misrepresented. We never
tried to hide the beach access
without permission."
"(The city) never delineat-
ed where our property ended,"
Winston said.
The city commission is slat-
ed to discuss-the future of the
beach access at its meeting Nov.
2 at6 p.m. atCity Hall; 204 Ash
St.
adaughtry@fbnewsleadercom


Early voting in Nassau
County began Monday and
continues through Oct 30
irrs may cast their ballot at
any oi the early voting sites
from 9 am.-5 p m.
locations are the Super-
visor of Ektlions Office at the
Janes S. Page governmentall
Compklx. 96135 Nassau Place,
Conference Room A. Yulee:
Fernandina Beach City Hall.
204 Ash St: the Callahan
branch library, 450077 SR 200.
Suite 15 or the Hilliard branch
library. 15K21 CR 108.
Voters must bring a photo
and signature identification to
the polling place. Ifyou do not
have the required identifica-
tion. you may vote a provi-
sional ballot. Voter Informa-
tion Cards may not be used
for identification.
Any regi-kred voter may
vote by mail. Ballots may be
requested in person, by phone
(491-7500). fax (432-1400).
mail or online at www.vote-
nassau.com. The voter's
nanw, residence address, date
of birth and signature or mark
(written requests only) must
be provided when making the
request.
The last day to request a
Vote by Mail ballot to be
mailed is Oct. 27. If you have
had a change to your signa-
ture, it is important to update
the signature on your voter
record to ensure that your bal-
lot will count. The signature
contained in your voter
record and the signature on
your ballot certificate enve-
lope must match or your bal-
lot cannot be counted.
To track your ballot, review
your voter record or make
updates to your record, visit
www.votenassau.com, select
My Voter Information and
complete the required fields.
On Election Day polling
places will be open from 7
a.m. to 7 p.m. If you do not
have the proper identification,
you will be allowed to vote a
provisional ballot If you do
not know your precinct and
polling place location, check
your Voter Information Card,
tisit wWw.voteriassau.c6m
and select My Voter Informa-
tion, or call 491-7500.


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Jan ,4-,'1 urnage Jr, arrretid
I hburday in Nc- Jsr-yi in coi-
i -tion with the (Mt. 8 disap-
; ,atr *i .( Yulke- r-eKlent Kirk
'%- ;1alt, i- i- i tA4ratingr with
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I o',iiiIy -.agrave-s said
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i-r 'y are Westhfl
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Buit k IrSabre for evidence
afterr '1 urnage was caught driv-
ing the tar by two agents who
sjilttld him while on a coffee
hreak in Vineland, N.J., gave
chaw and arrested him.
Na .au County detectives
;alo plan to travel to South
Carolina Thursday to interview
witn,-es%-s who might have
< ros..,d paths with Turnage
(O i 10 in Chesterfield, S.C.,
*h'tre- he reportedly was
A.4tn driving Westfall's car


before eluding police in a
large rtate forest area.
Seagrave said.
Two Nauau County detec-
tives ab traveled to New Jersey
after Turnage, 44, was taken
ino custody, but they have e-nce
returned. Seagraves said.
Turnage continues to be
heki by Vineland authorities on
an outaanding local warrant for
failure to appear in court on a
charge of hoplifting. Segraves
Maid.
So far there are no leads on
the whereabouts of 51-year-old
Westall, he noted.
Westall's girlfriend Cindy
Colson estimated 300 people
turned out at his Radio Avenue
home Friday for a candlelight
vigil following his son Kasey's
Yulee High School football
game-.
The candlelight vigil turned
out amazing," she said in an
e-mail Monday. "More than I
could have ever hoped for... it
was a very emotional celebra-
tion of who Kirk is and what his
life is about"
Colson said the family is try-
ing to organize searches for
Westfal, and a website dedicat-
ed to finding his whereabouts
could be forthcoming. She said
she also wants to hold a motor-
cycle ride to help Kasey, a sen-
ior at YHS, with finances and


Participants look at family photographs at a candlelight vigil Friday outside the Radio Avenue home of missing Yulee
man Kirk Westfall, 51.


savings for college.
Westfalts family has abo set
up an account at VyStar Credit
Union for help with their search
The account number is
SV702842986.
Westfall was last seen at
Kasey's football game at West
Nassau High Oct. 8.
The sheriffs office
announced Oct. 10 it wa. look-


ing for iurnags alter \\ e- Uill.-
family found a pool of blood in
their home on Saturday
Authorities announced Ocl.
12 that they had tracked
T"urnage to New Jcrii-y through
his use of a cell phone. They
had already issued an arrest
warrant.
Turnage was released Aug.
10 from a one-year prison sen-


It-ncc or ci iminal mi-nchief and
had bvc-n -rtaying on \Vet-fall'>,
properly for about a month.
according to th- Florida
lk)partnin tot ('oiirrcction., He
was ;alm sente'll-lcnd lto ) year
and tllrth iitmnth, in prisAon in
2004 for sjle- or delivery of
cocaine, according to the
DOC.
Kasey W\\'sLtill has said his


father met l'urnagie through a
mutual friend who was trying
to help the convicted felon get
his life back together.
Anyone with information
that could help locale Westfall
should contact their local law
eiilorcnent agency or call First
Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-866-
84M5S- S.
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POLITICS IN BRIEF


Ash backs Holloway
Na-.-niu County
('4)[inis",ioner Barry
Ill lloway has received the
,endor -t iii rl of Republican0
Audli Ash, who was defeated
ii his bid for the District 4
-,;a in the primary election.
Hlolloway will face George
~spi r., no patrly affiliation, in
I lle general election Nov. 2.
"harry is a true
Republican who has not only
seVrvIed this county in the past,
but is prepared to lead us all
going forward," Ash said in a
press release encouraging his
supporters to vote for
Holloway in November.
"It is truly humbling to
have a dedicated Republican


like Audie supporting our
campaign," said Holloway.
Focusing his campaign on
jobs, Holloway plans to
assemble a "Front Porch
Coalition" that will include
people like Ash, he said. To
learn more visit www.votehol-
loway.com.
Thrashervisit
Republican Sen. John
Thrasher will host a free cof-
fee gathering at 10 a.m.
-today at the Fernandina
Beach Golf Clubhouse.
Thrasher will discuss the
political outlook for Florida,
the proposed amendments on
the ballot and the upcoming
legislative session.
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Sen. Jim King in a special
election last year and fac(-e
Democrat Deborah Gianoulis
in the Nov. 2 general election.
Amendment
The final chat in a series of
"Coffee-Chats" on
Amendment 4, the Hometown
Democracy amndmdment, will
be held Thursday at Kelley's
Courtyard Cafe, 19 S. Third
St., with Ron Sapp. All are
invited. For information call
Doran Donovan at 491-54,4.
Meet Crnshaw
State Rep. Janet Adkins
will host a "Conversation with
Congressman Ander
Crenshaw" Thursday from
5:30-7:30 p.m. at the North
Hampton Outpost in Yulee.
RSVP to Douglas Adkins at
doug@janetadkirinscbm or
261-2213.

GOP executive
committee
The Republican Executive
Committee of the Republican
Party of Nassau County will
hold its monthly meeting
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Guest
speaker will be U.S. Rep.
Ander Crenshaw.
The meeting will be held
at the County Office Building,
86028 Pages Dairy Road West
in Yulee. All Republicans are
invited. Visit www.nas-
saugop.org for information.


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JOHNSON
Continued from 1A
into onI" mo tnicipality.
"A lit oftheild Fel-ri ii dinal
men were involved in forming
the first Jaycees chapter here,"
Sally Johnson said. ()"ne of the
projects they took on was
going around to all the houses
here and asking people to vote
to join tlle city of Fernandina
and the city of Fernandina
Beach, because they were sep-
arate.... It meant a lot to him to
have been involved in that."
In 2009 Johnson, battling
Alzheimer's disease, moved to
an assisted living facility in
Jacksonville. Even through the
illness lie remained a gentle-
man, Sally Johnson said.'
"He went through his Az-
heimer s with a lot of grace-
and dignity. He went through
everything with dignity." she
said.
.hhe. -added -r'-t(- after
Johnson's death, his brain
was donated to the Mayo
Clinic's Alzheimer's research
program.
"It is our hope that his final
gift will be of help to future
generations," she'said.
Sally Johnson said she had
one memory that was espe-
cially indicative of the way her
father lived his life.
"Before Pop was affected
by Alzheimer's, he told me the
following," she said. "After
Hurricane l)ora, oceanfront
property was terribly dis-
tressed. I'm not sure if Pop
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One of the projects (theJaycees) took
on was going around to all the houses
here and asking people to vote to join
the city of Fernandina and the city of
Fernandina Beach. It meant a lot to
him to have been involved in that.'
SALLY JOHNSON


have been bought for 5i250a lot
or $250 per front foot either
way it was cheap.
"I asked him why in the
world he hadn't bought up a
bunch of lots and we'd be rich
now. He said, 'Well, you know
I couldn't have done tlhal. I was
the Mayor of lFernandina and
it wouldn't have been ethical.'
What we wouldn't give for a
congress full of like-thinking
people today!"
A visitation for Johnson will
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Ted Selby, new Nassau
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Selby comes from a financial
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ills. Managing a $140 million
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Steve Kelley, incoming
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elected, Kelkey rode a plat-
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all the right promises in her
campaign. She seems to be
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comprised a minority on the
board, and often fell short on
3-2 votes.)
deeper plans to run for
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earned his credentials to be a
city manager and is serving
as such a capacity in another
town. It is this caliber of lead-
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,Ir|^ city nIZmarina.
N lth- ,ir.uy ding 'old
h.rc b,-twcn bad and very
bd. agfi the tak c"'er by
iS'- c h-anige things for the better
l:i 'he last eight months.'with
th: e-xception of the dock
huu-a- being remodeled. not
much has happened I wish I
S could report some improve-
rnent in the marina's financial
-* condition, but the numbers
say otherwise. Before I
retired to live on my sailboat I
taught economics and statis-
tics (often referred to as sadis-
tics) to college students, and
with this background, how
could I not investigate the
marina's numbers?
And it didn't take'much
time for my number crunch-
S.: ing to reveal a mess in the
making. Under Westrec's
management the marina's
average monthly loss of rev-
enue has increased by $72,062
over eight months compared
to the monthly loss for the
previous 29 months. (My sam-
pie covers three fiscal years.)
Given this result, if the city
,ri l-! commissioners still believe
that Westrec is the cavalry rid-
ing to the rescue, they are
seriously mistaken. There are
simply too many economic
factors working against a turn-
around in the marina's finan-
cial condition, including: the
high cost of fuel, the ongoing
recession and the serious
imbalance between total
expenditures, inflated by the
cost of dredging and the past
debt associated with general
renovation that was begun in
the 2005.
Westrec, true to corporate
form, is obviously looking out
for itself. With a guaranteed
positive revenue flow of
> a $96,000 plus one percent of
the gross revenue, they are
sitting in the catbird seat, and
no matter how bad things
'become for the city, Westrec
will still make money, and the
city will continue to choke on
the enormous cost of main-
taining and operating the
marina, including the tab for
employee salaries, even
though Westrec now has
supervisory control as far as
hiring and firing, benefits and
compensation and all other
policies related to employ-
ment.
But the huge expenditure
for renovation and dredging
negates any chance of making
a surplus; and with the marina
50 to 60 percent empty, one
has to wonder why the city
has gone so far in debt. This
marina is kind of like a dinner
table set for guests that never
seem to arrive, or if they do
arrive, they eat and then run -
and guess who ends up doing


his marina is kind of like a dinner table se for
guests that Incer scinm to arrr'e. or if[hey do
arrive they eat and then run and guess who
ends up doing all the dirty dishes?


all the d dirty dishes? Mu:e i:-
pl\ put. the city marina i. a
bad investment for taxpa e-r>-
From August 2(o10 to
September of this year, the
numbers show a ntd lo-- it
the city of $.,269K,(< (not
including revenue from th,-
fuel dock. which is po'.itiv-
but won't make much ol a
dent in this big loss) Duriing
the same time period, the
amount of money budgetild to
service the marina's debt rou-
by 12.7 percent from $49,s, 6'
to 5i62.174 per year. This i- a
significant step up, and one
also has to wonder just lhow
high this stairway is. Is the
sky the limit? If so, I wo!ikl
suggest that the financial
future of the city marina is
headed for the wild blue yon-
der. This increase in delbt
service reflects a total of (ti 5
million that the city initially
borrowed to finance renova-
tion and dredging over the
last five years. And down here
at the marina, rumor has it
that the city is planning anoth-
er round of dredging in the
near future. In fact, the city
commissioners have just bud-
geted another $250J000 for
this purpose.
And here's another inter-
esting set of numbers: if the
average number of boats
occupying wet slips per year is
around 40 (which is a liberal
estimate), then over five
years, at a cost of $6.5 million
for repairing and dredging
these slips, keeping each boat
afloat has cost the city $32,500
per year. Moreover, with the
average monthly revenue gen-
erated by these boats equal to
$17,654, the net loss to the city
is $32,500-(17,654/40) 12 =
$27,203 per boat, per year.
This is a simplification to be
sure but it makes a valid point.
This is the price the city has
paid to keep 40 boats from sit-
ting in pluff mud at low tide.
And this begs a single ques-
tion: is the benefit really worth
the cost? The city is currently
paying off about $5.2 million in
outstanding debt.
The arithmetic is not com-
plicated, nor are the two basic
conclusions that I reached.
First: if the city continues to
dredge out the marina on a
regular basis, at its current
cost, then the marina will con-
tinue to generate high losses
and its debt service will con-
tinue to rise. In short, the city
has a choice to make: to
dredge or not to dredge that
is the question.


\N h-1n I eliminated the cost
,-: di-dging and renovation
l omin otail expenditures, the
di lC! ti-ie- was like night and
d:i ITIe Ii nlin:a at.tually made
a s-i plui-, ut i\Ver I 4t(.0 X) for
ithti t gen> tl- a lund. With
ilh it ln.lo econliny showing
Sli it X-ign tit recoveti .
nalybc the city should rteon-
Sidi-r it-' gaiii-e plan llfnt mud
is \%ri Vy oilt ainl d(ots lno dam-
,aic Oe ii miply has to wait
,lr the lid lto come in before
Icastingi oil which is a minor
inconvenience. People who go
boating here in the shalk>w
inland watt-ri s of lorida put up
with things like this all the
tinol It' 1X1 I ot the adven-

lSti onld Ihetn- is no nuimr-
it al vidh nce .,s far to suggest
lhat Westl icc has donl any-
lhing to halt the ntarila's loss
of mionllily revenue. In lact,
the nuiliibers say that Westrec
is at best a dead weight and at
worst adding to the loss.
When Westrlec entered its bid
for the city contract last sum-
mer its projected numbers
missed the ballpark entirely.
'llhese numbers were not a
realistic estimate, they wbre
corporate propaganda. For
example, Westrec projected
monthly revenue of $104,416
for long-term, transient and
commercial dockage. The
actual figure is less than half
this estimation at around
$52,000 for the eight months
that Westrec has been in
charge. Monthly take from
the mooring field was project-
ed to be $4,050 while the actu-
al figure is much closer to
$2,345. The difference
bhetw-en their revenue projec-
tions and reality is significant.
Essentially these projections
were off by 50 percent.
Westrec appeared bearing
sunshine in the middle of a
thunderstorm and the city,
praying for a miracle, was all
too happy to turn things over
to the pros from Ft. lauder-
dale. I think the general plan
was for Westrec to use its cor-
porate influence to bring
hordes of mega-yachts (with
empty fuil tanks) to the tran-
sient dock. But this hasn't
happixned. 'Th'lre was only a
slight inc rase in tIhe( monthly
revenue cgerinratcd by tran-
sient moorage last spring, or
$6,048; and it's doubtful that
this c'oriing autumn will be
much better. In short, the
numbers are saying that the
storm is as bad as ever with
no en1l in sight.


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Amendment 8 will right size class size


S1ii6 in ppat- of AK'!et o:.a 5
E ,m. nr.a.h, the pasige of
Amn-ndrnant 8 would e-labush Ith require-
ment for cj)a.s-zec currmpiacr tol be th school
average for three different gradt l kve cocfigu-
ratio ns
The teacher to studt-ni rakr, for iurx cur-
riculum classes were ,et by votcns in 35W a-s a
constitutional amendment. Tho-, ratiuk are
18.1 for pre-kind-rgartcn through third gradc.
22:1 for fourth through eighth grade. and 25 I
for ninth through 12th grade Language
Artb/Rtading. Mathematic,. Science, Social
Studies. Foreign Language. Exceptional
Student Education, English for Speakers of
Other Languages and courses taught in tradi-
tional telf-contained elementary classrooms
are considered core curriculum classes.
In 2003, the Florida Legislature enacted
Senate Bill 30-A to gradually phase in the
implementation of the amendment by requir-
ing the number of students in each classroom
be reduced by at least two students per year
beginning in the 2003-4 school year, until the
maximum number of students per classroom
did not exceed the requirements in law. The
amendment would be calculated as follows:
2003-4, 2004-5 and 2005-6 at the district
level average
2006-7 and 2009 at the school level aver-
age
Legislature extended the calculation at
the school level average for 2009-10
2010-11 at the classroom level
Amendment 8, if approved by voters, would


Rids


b-c icaA-ly a d ,r,. !h<
_-.h,.- sKt ..r, .A'.;' -LAe the
numbbcr i -tudnt-:n curx
cla -, b-g :.nl.g witlh the
''A-1Il schAoo %Jar
Further. the proupu -d
changer to the couslilution
Aoukli -w-t the i aimumi
naunbr of sac-nlt
assigKed to -ach .cur-
t-acher. wthik- not txcc,,xd-


ing the chiool-A k average to be.
21 students in pre-kindergarten through
grade three.
27 students in grades four through eight:
and
30 students in grades nine through 12.
The Nassau District Schools have met the
requirements for class size compliance every
year since the implementation of the original
amendment in 2003. The calculations were
determined at the district level from 2003 to
2005 and at the school level from 2006 to 2009.
The 2010 calculation is at the classroom level,
which means each core class must be no
greater than the established ratio for the three
designated grade level configurations.
School districts across the state have been
making adjustments this year attempting to be
in compliance with the new class size require-
ments. As a result, children's schedules have
been changed weeks into the school year, stu-
dents have been enrolled in online classes
when core classes are at the cap, and fluctua-
tions in enrollment due to new enrollees after
the start of school presents a continual, daily


4ee Nassau District Schools have
met the requirements for class size
compliance every year since the
implementation of the original
amendment in 2003.


problem in achieving compliance.
To date the Florida Legislature has appro-
priated more than $16 billion toward opera-
tional expenses and $2.5 billion in facilities
funding to implement the Class Size
Amendment. Florida TaxWatch predicts future
expenditures of $4 billion annually over the
next decade The estimate for Nassau District
Schools to be fully compliant under this year's
requirement is an additional $1.4 million.
Amendment 8 is an attempt to 'right size
class size" by providing flexibility that has
existed prior to the 2010-11 school year. It
would provide a reasonable, more cost-effec-
tive and least-disruptive way to serve a chang-
ing student population in the state of Florida.
Essentially, Amendment 8 would allow the
requirements to be calculated as they have
been from 2006 to 2009, with the provision
establishing a maximum number of students
that could be assigned to each teacher of a
core class.
Please join the School Board of Nassau
County and its superintendent in support of
and voting for Amendment 8.


VOICE OF THE PEOPLE


Scare tactics
I've been watching the
Amendment 4 debate with some
amazomenlt. I'tl originally from New
England, where ihoniiown d(Icmic-
racy is accepted and expected.
When I read that a plan is too
compliciited for people to under-
stand or that we should just sit back
and accept the power of money. I
start getting angry. Then when I
see that one side is trying to fright-
en me with sound bites, I get angry
enough to write a letter to the editor
this is my first.
According to Politifact.com,
which rates the veracity of political
statements (much as snopes.com
or factcheck.org tate urban leg-
ends), the statements we've been
hearing about St. Pete are only half
true. Half true?
Maybe it's time we all skip the
fear-mongering and get down to dis-
cussing the complete truth. Other
than some articles by proponents
of Yes (which I can verify), I have yet
to hear anything from No that isn't
just scare tactics. What gives? Surely
they think we the people are more
intelligent than that.
Until I hear an argument from
the No side that's based completely
on facts, I'm voting Yes. Right now,
it's the only decision that makes
sense to me.
Judith Lane
Fernandina Heach

GenYandcars
Hi neighbors. How about this
great weather around our area?
Seems like the hurricane gurus
missed again.
Some points on Mr. Keffer's com-
ments about Gen Y and cars of the
future ("Keffer's corner," Oct. 8).
His observations on what Gen Y
may consider buying "is to be social-
ly and environmentally correct."
However, they will be faced with the
reality of less employment choices,
less disposable income (higher
taxes) and higher operating expense
for their cars.
As Mr. Keffer and Gen Y folks
pointed out, used cars may be the
biggest winner. Mr. Keffer was
pleased to point out that the "hottest-
selling" are small GMC sport utili-
ties (15-18 day supply) and the
Toyota Camry (258 days). In the
October edition of a prominent car
magazine it was reported that "U.S.
vehicle sales were down 21 percent
overall in August and down 31 per-
cent for cars in that month." These
numbers are expected to forecast
further erosion of car sales for the
remainder of the year.
I feel that it will be a tough fight
for any car company to provide the


IXAY


JItF PARKER/FL'ORIDIA TODAY


"right car for the right price" as we
move forward to green cars, be it
electric, solar, hydrogen fuel cell,
air compressed, wind driven.
Eventually the economic environ-
ment in the marketplace will drive
the car market for Gen Y.
Joe Murphy
Fernandina Beach

Aplea fronman outside
May I join voices with Nancie
Crabb ("Voice of the people," Sept.
29) and others in your community
who are urging your representatives
to think again before they imple-
ment parking charges on your
island.
I read and agreed with Dickie
Anderson (From the Porch, Sept.
29) about the uniqueness of your
island. For someone who comes
from a world plagued by parking
restrictions, parking meters and
parking fines and overzealous park-
ing attendants, the ability to park
freely without restriction is unique.
I can understand in these critical
economic times the attraction of the
scheme. I can also understand the
view expressed that why should out-
siders "use the resource free of
charge," although I expect (although


I don't know) that some of the ben-
efit of outsiders goes into the island
coffers.
Again, I agree with the view that
the charges if imposed will not ulti-
mately lose you the visitor to your
island but I believe it will lose you a
little bit of your charm.
Michael Muldoon
London, England

Worth the trlp
Hi neighbors! I recently moved
here from Tampa where I was a vol-
unteer at the Humane Society of
Tampa Bay.
HSTB is known as one of the
busiest shelters in Florida, with lots
of people adopting their forever-
furry friends. It was a wonderful
place to volunteer. So, moving to
Yulee, I wanted to find another won-
derful shelter to give my time and
find my peace with the animals. I
visited with all the shelters in the
area and they are all wonderful, with
great, loving and caring staff.
Nassau County Animal Services was
the one I chose, even though I heard
some nasty rumors and they are
that -just rumors.
I chose this shelter because I
know they have made some amaz-


ing changes in the last year with
new staff and a new director. The
new director has a better way of
thinking and less animals are having
to be euthanized, but they still need
volunteers. Hey neighbors- this
place needs your help! They have
some incredible animals that need
homes and really need people to
help with the animals and spread
the word about the good changes
that have been made.
They need help socializing, car-
ing and loving the animals until they
find their perfect owners. All of the
animals at this shelter are loving
and good.
Please come visit this incredible
place, these animals need homes
and you can help. They are set back
off the road and a little difficult to see
but please find them, it's so worth
the trip! They need volunteers, it's
rewarding and you get to play with
cats and dogs that really need to
give their love to someone. Also, if
you are a veterinarian, practicing or
retired or even in school, they could
use your help too.
Thank you! I love this area and
I'm so glad to be part of your com-
munity'
Ani Lee
Yulee


COMMUNITY THANKS


Balroom Youth Academy
The Ballroom Youth Academy. a non-profit
organization that provides free ballroom dance
lessons to school children of Nassau County,
would like to thank the following members of the
community for their support during its annual
golf tournament fundraiser.
Platinum sponsors were Allstate Insurance.
Arlington Toyota. Halftime Sports Bar & Grill.
NiteLites and Turbine Truck Engines.
Silent auction items were donated by Omni
Amelia Island Plantation. The Ritz-Carlton.
Amelia Island, Hampton Inn & Suites. Summer
Beach Resort. Applebee's. Amelia Pottery Works.
Eileen Moore, The Surf. Chili's Restaurant.
Itami's Piano Studio. Cheers Horse Ranch.
Nassau Nails. Scuba Station, Meeks Studio
Karma, Five Points Ijquors. Amelia Ijquors.
Scott & Sons Fine Jewelry. Steve Johnson Front.
Elizabeth Pointe Iodge. Redbones Dog Bakery
and Boutique. Starbucks, Carolyn's Desserts.
Classic Ballroom Dancing. Lanna Thai Cuisine,


SunTrust, Peterbrooke Chocolaoier, Green Turtle
and Bank of America.
Donations were made by Alton Jones and
Carissa Meeks. Hole sponsors were Corbin's
Automotive. Arlington Toyota. Moon River Pizza,
Elizabeth Hofstedt. Proline Motors. Inc., Marine
Corps League. SunTrust Bank of North Florida,
KK Marketing. The Hurst Company. CPAs. PA.
Crawford Jewelers. Nitelites. Turbine Truck
Engines. Inc.. Almand & L-n non. PA Attorneys,
The Gauzeway, Allstate Insurance (Rick
O'Connor). Redbones Dog Bakery and Boutique,
Belle Reeves. First Federal Bank of Florida.
Island Buggys Golf Cart Shop, Meeks Heating
& Air, Rick Keffer Dodge. Chory-er.Jeep. Amelia
liquors, Nassau veterinarian Dr. Kim Carter.
Arc Rite Construction. Sliders Seaside Grill. The
Sign Shoppe. Classic Ballroom Dancing.
Applebee's, Integrative Pain Management. Scott
& Sons Fine Jewelry. Steve Johnson. SarTech
Group. Jade's Bistro, O'Kan":'. Ame-lia Island
Montes,ori School. NeY York Iife (Jim Tosh)
and in memory of Elizabeth Cobeden


Food sponsors were T Rays Burger Station
and Pablo's Mexican Restaurant GrilL
Beer sponsor were Half Time Sports Bar and
Grill, Mulligan Raffle Items. All Pro Automotive,
Artk Pizza. Beef O'Brady's, Chez Lezan, Dick's
Wings, Island Car Wash, Murray's Grille, OPS
Pizza. Paul Clark Ford. Starbucks, T Ray Burger
Station. Trailer Park Collectibles, Nassau Club
Apartments, Fernandina Beach Golf Course.
AIP Golf, Barbara Jean's Restaurant, Bo & Mike's
Auto Detail, Club 14 Fitness, Cold Stone
Creamery. Fancy Sushi, Fun Center Putt Putt,
Harris Teeter. Island Falls Miniature Golf.
Mustard Seed Caf6. Patchington. Retail Therapy.
Sun Gallery. Tony's Brick Oven. Wiggle Worms
and Steve LeTorres Gallery & Gift Shop.
Appreciation goes to David Rouse -volunteer
event organizer and premium sponsor.
These contributors and others like them
make this free and open after-school program
possible. Thank you.
Elizabeth Hofstedt and the Ballroom
Youth Academy Board


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Hanging out


with th

It *;'. a gorgl--iu, Lat!
morning, the air wai o o, an.d
dry at laqs, and my longer.
chair on my backyard d-ck
b:-ckrw-d r: I had ray .,oi,-':
and Ine'rwpap-r in hand, rmy
binv.-ular, and cam-rra br, :ny
asd'-, art my plan was o d,.
well, rnothing
bef-l(ore-' even got to tfi'.
chair, though, things ,.tart happe-ning As I apprfoa.h'-d
nly spot, I heard two, plop idf
the water 'I we pond tur'~<-s
tac thing the last ray, of -ur-
ria-r, flating on an island of
vege<-tation just off.,hore., *-re-
lsartled by nly apprararxe-
and dove' off into safety 'Itoo
bad
But I knew they would be'
back if I just stayed still
enough long enough.
Eventually I was right, and
the larger of the two turtles
climbi-d back to its island
hangout and settled in to soak
up the sun again just 10 feet
away from my perch. Peace.
Now that the turtle was
relaxed again I had time to
enjoy the other reptiles and
amphibians ("herps") that
surrounded me. The small
anokle are always fun to
watch, with their orange
throats flaring in invitation to
a possible male, or in threat
to a challenger This year
both kinds of anoles, the long-
native green anoles (aka
"chameleons') and the new
contender Cuban anoles were
abundant in and around the
deck. Baby anoles of both
types also graced my yard
from front to back. It was a


eherps



Wh'Ik I
was studyingg
the anu-n.
ath efle*r
mejYVtlfllnt ill
the- brown.
k-at litter
caught my
WILD -ye- A k-p-
WAYS ard tro,, -,
ell camou-
flaged and
PaI nearly invisi-
Folter iurley bk-. changed
its poMture
and hthe rustlinig l-av-es gave it
away Ihis leopard frog has
be-enl with us for years, living
under the deck, and is used to
our presence. This day was
no exception. The frog settled
in. quite content it seemed,
about five feet away from me,
oblivious to any threat I might
afford it. But there was no
threat from me, ihat's'for
sure. I welcomed another
herp to my area.
I settled in too, to read my
paper and to drink my coffee
that was getting cold from all
the looking and not drinking I
was doing there on the deck,
doing "nothing." And then a
rustling noise in the
Confederate jasmine vines on
the fence beside me drew my
attention. Sylvester, the black
racer snake that lives in our
yard, was making its appear-
ance too. As I watched quiet-
ly, Sylvester moved among
the leafy vines, along the
fence row, seeking prey.
Welcome, snake, to my world


A rustling noise in the
Confederate jasmine
vines drew my atten-
tion. Sylvester. the
black racer snake
that lives in ourvyard
Sseas making its
a appearance too.

longer bot he red it. We were
n ow co()lfortable in each
other's pr'se-nce, this herp
and I
Around tlfl e pond I saw
other It.rl te heads poking up
onil te deck And so another itiit but held up in the air, through lit- weedy algae cov-
herp joined the crowd. showing a p)rotile of all those ring much of the pond's sur-
Meanwhile the pond turtle sllaup claws us.,ed for digging face. llThis year was the first
out on the floating island was, Soon the turtle stretched out one that we've seen baby tur-
getting a-s settled as I've verT its neck full length as well. Ies in the pond, the survivors
seen a turtle be. Tl'o maximize with all that surface area from tile I(nests tihe pond tur-
its sunbathing, getting nlaxi- soaking ulp rays. This turtle ties dig each spring, and the
nmurn warmth, the turtle was was stllltled and going crows and raccoons dig up for
all stretched out. ( )ne hind nowhere now. Even my food.
leg was extended its full rustling of the newspaper or Apparently at least one
length into the siun. One front my repeated visits back to the nest this year was successful.
leg was similarly stretched house to refresh my coffee no Welcome to our pond, baby


A pond turtle soaks up the
ra~', with neck and limbo
extended tD get the full
benefit of the autumn sun,
left. Below, A leopard frog
is well camouflaged in the
fallen leaves of autumn.
..jbnb X "MP.sT FosnT.Tm sLn
PFOR .T-h. PAT r)THtrE Y

turtles, and may you grow up
with us. enjoying us on our
backyard deck as we enjoy
you.
By now the sun was get-
ting too warm for me. Unlike
my herp friends, I have a con-
stant body temperature regu-
lated by my metabolism, and
at some point the heat drives
me into air conditioning once
again. The herps need the
sun to warm up and speed
their body's physiological
processes, but for me, finally.
enough was enough.
I left the herps to their
own devices and went inside.
off to more enterprising mat-
ters involving computer
screens and phone calls. But
those couple of hours spent
just hanging with the herps
gave me food for thought and
the idea for this column.
Doing "nothing," it seems.
can sometimes be the most
productive time of all.
Pat Foster-Turley is a zoolo-
gist on Amelia Island. She wel-
comes your nature questions
and observations.
patandbuckofiyahoocom









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':,",'* .1 iS. L- : V.L', 's a. 4. i ' :'--.- .*- .a.
The tI.S. (,eola4ocal Survet- cit-es iveral (-ases throughout the 20th century that
they say demonstrate h-~ a-ccelerated withdrawal df oil and gba from sime reser-
voirs can kjwer land rltvatian and activate faultr around oil fields.

V EARTH TALK


Oil drilling's effect on Earth


Dear EarthTalk 1haut I
an)ythng. filh the empty :'pac
underground created by ithe
atlractii/n ofilhliiM ,f alLnm .
oil? Could l drlling be ,ne ,f"
the cause ofincreas.ng amounts
ofland settling and sinkholes in
oil rich areas' Can it cause
earthquakes? ijnda Anden/m.
Sed&na, AZ
The crude oil (and natural
gas) we drill for the world ov-er
is, for the most part. stor-d in
tiny pores within rock up to
only about three mile--, dcl-p in
the Earth's hugely densc-: crust
At such depths, the oil th-re- i,
under fairly high pre-, urre
When it is removed, other liq-
uids usually water IIHover in
to take its place, e pressure in the prroe'us
Sometimes oil extractors purmp
water into one: side of an oil
field to push oil toward wells oil
the other side, and the water
replaces the oil accordingly.
In cases where other liquid,
don't move in, such as in the
North Sl off'llie NelltirlKds.
the porous rock layer that har-
bored the oil originally can col-
lapse after extraction, causing
slight amounts of land settling
(known as "land subsidence')
in the rock layer surfaces
above, typically no more than
few tenths of an inch per year.


He.r- in ithi- LI Larl i ub-
-l,-.nr indtuci-d by h<- large-
',olunle: extraction of und,-r-
ground ret-sourt i.- including oil
and gai "i in orn commilnon than
rnot pe-oplei realize," accord-
ing to the U S Ge(ological
Survey (LSGS).,a government
agency that collects, monitors,
analyzes and provides scientif-
ic understanding about natural
res-ource conditions, issues and
problems.
Excessive ground water
pumping, not oil or gas extrac-
tion, is the single- lrget-s source
of land subsidence, say- the
USGS, but the agency cite-s sev-
eral cases throughout the 20Xh
century that they say d(emon-
,trate how "accelerated with-
drawal of oil, gas and associat-
ed water from shallow uncon-
solidated reservoirs could
lower the land elevation, cause
inrior earthquakes, and acti-
vale faults (around oil fields)."
Subsidence around large,
rmture oil and gas fields that
coincide with faults could add
enough stress to trigger small,
locally based earthquakes as
far as two kilometers away from
the offending wells. Most geol-
ogists agree, though, that it is
unlikely that oil and gas extrac-
tion could contribute to or
cause major earthquakes,


% hk h areT ge-ncrated at depths
far det-per than would be prac-
tical to drill for oil or gas. The
U SGS doew, suggest, however,
that the continued withdrawal
ofoil and gas and the associat-
ed decline in underground fluid
pr-ssure could even contribute
to coastal sea level rises by low-
ering coastal land elevations.
As for sinkholes, modern
oil wells tend to be much deep-
er than the depth where sink-
holes typically can affect peo-
ple. Nonetheless, in 1980
residents of the West Texas
town of Wink awoke one morn-
ing to find a 370-foot wide, 110-
foot deep sinkhole a couple of
miles north of downtown.
(;coloisots suspect the sink-
hole formed as a result of his-
toric (and by today's standards
outdated) oil production prac-
tices in the area whereby
extractors pumped saltwater
out from underneath the sur-
face and left a void that the
above layer of earth collapsed
into.
CONTAC': U.S. Geological
Survey, www.usgs.gov.
Send your environmental
questions to: Earth Talk, c/o E-
The Environmental Maga-zine,
PO. Box 5098, Westport, CT
06881; earthtalk@emagazine.
com.


Outlook improves for panthers

Florida numbers growing but problems remain


GAINESVILLE In 1995. "R hat wefound was that the panthers tho
conse'vaion managers mae
a disperte bid to sa eth had a mix of Texas and Florida genes wer
Florid pane from enii more genetically diverse, had fewer defect
and released eight femak-
pumas imported from Texas in and were. in general. surviving better
hopes they'd breed with native Er OSTETLU x oS orSTTUTrEOr POOD
makes. AND AGRICULTURAL SCIECES
Fifteen years later, the
Florida panther population has --
increased threefold. and while with the Jstat Fish and Wildlik- learned from panthers.
the species remains in peril the Conservation Commission's cially in terms of infectiou:
big cats now have a better Florida Panther Project. The eases and inherited disor
chance for survival evidence is pretty clear that are applicable to human:
Two new research papers- there has been a positive impact said.
in the journals Science and on the population.' n essence, in-depth st
Biological Counerration Listed as an endangered of wild populations can t
document the breeding pro- species since 1967. the Florida us a lot." he said.
gram's success and outline an panther was designated the offi- The Fish and Wil
unusually long, collaborative cial state animal in 1982. Conservation Commiss
effort among agencies. The Despite its popularity, the role in the panther resear
Florida Fish and Wildlife species was in dire straits by supported financially by sa
Conservation Commission, the early 1990s and the cats suf the Florida "Protect
National Park Service and the fered from numerous inbreed- Panther" license plate.
National Cancer Institute's ing-related problems: poor state's third most popular
Laboratory of Genomic sperm quality, heart defects, cialty plate, as of 2009.
Diversity have been conduct- parasites and infectious dis- Madan Oli, a popul;
ing field and lab work on pan- eases. ecology professor who kle
others since the 1980s. The first generation of kit- UF team. said because s
University of Florida scien- tens born to the Texas females tists have studied panthe
tists joined the effort in 2005. was a much more robust group, consistently for so long
analyzing data and conducting but future litters may eventual- amount and variety of dati
population modeling studies. ly display problems linked to elected from the carnivores
"What we found was that the inbreeding. stunning and valuable.
panthers that had a mix of "The population does need Researchers used r
Texas and Florida genes were to get larger so that it's not as transmitter collars on la
more genetically diverse, had dependent on periodic supple- cats and outfitted kittens
fewer defects and were, in gen- mentations of new genetic something akin to
eral, surviving better," said Jeff material," Onorato said. microchips used for cats
Hostetler, a doctoral student Another major issue is that dogs. The microchips let
with UFs Institute of Food and the cats require so much space, identify individual panther
Agricultural Sciences. especially males, which are the collars gave them pr
There were about 25 pan- more territorial than females, information about when
others left in the state when the said Warren Johnson, a geneti- adult cats roamed.
eight Texas pumas were cist with the National Cancer Oli echoed other resw
brought to Florida. There are Institute. team members' assessmt
now more than 100, concen- Close proximity to humans the findings: A population
treated mostly between Miami could pose problems, although 100 panthers is much b
and Naples. Johnson pointed out that people than 25, but there's still a
"The big picture is that in the western U.S. often live way to go.
things have improved from a close to pumas. "As far as persistence (
genetic standpoint for the pop- While time-consuming and species... the outlook rer
ulation, coinciding with an expensive, the research has tenuous, but it's definite.
increase in population," said been invaluable, Johnson said.. whole lot better than it V
Dave Onorato, a panther expert The lessons scientists have he said.


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p ,f' if j,,n Yirgartis, Neits-
L.tadir s a/ u frm the (kt 14
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Jar.--, Carroll Bryant
pl,-ad* d f' il'y as charged to
;ggvr;ai'/;i a- ,Sault and d~mrx- ,
(i bard-r an- d was adjudicated
gui,"! ,-4' 'TJ le ik-t d t, tirn--
-i4 e -(n! ': Na.i",au Cunxnty
Jii!. thr,'-# ',-ar' of drug I fPle-ld-
o.batioin, a drug atal akih.A
cvllauation and rfmut rerrain
f;irOm vihk-rt contact with the
v'i rirtl t'Iryarl wa~ drridred to
l ay il)tot t w- Stat Altenrtney',
Offi e, 31'iA i ti the Public
Ie, t dr'- ( Office: and l W; in
ai iutr It coC
lataD IkD-,an Iullard pklad-
e-d giitly to driving whik lictitis
is ,t%',,pe-d,-d or re-voked for
habitual traffic offense and,
;adjudicatiion was withheld. He
wa3, ,eatIiice-d to 18 months of
probation and ordered to pay
t 100 to ihe State Attorney's
Office, W. Ir to the Public
D :ftmledr' Office and $398 in
(ouri c'o-ts.
Kb~-rt Lroy Canterbury
pla;dxl not guilty to burglary
aitilt nl i)n stolen property.
A motion for continuance
wa., granted in the case of
l-dward Nichol;as Caraminas,
charged with possession of
cocainil., imis--A-sion of a con-
!roille-d ubliance' and driving
while lkce'nw is suspended or
revoked for habitual traffic
offelnISe
Williamn Rhett Davis Sr.
*,le.ahrd gilty to a violation of
,!a batn )n Ibeing served for a
!Wii ti ,iviriion for engaging in
, 'Xi.ual ;acl with a victim 12 or
older, butl Iss than 18. and was
adljudicated guilty. As a result,
probation was revoked and ter-
ininated and he was sentenced
to eight years in a state prison
with credit for time served. The
state will not prosecute Davis
on a 2010 charge of grand theft.
Harold Wayne Douglas
pleaded guilty to battery, a less-
er-included misdemeanor in a
charge of battery on a person 65
or older and was adjudicated
guilty. He was sentenced to 12
months' probation with the pos-
sibility of early termination after


six months ifin full complance
and must compk-te an eight-
Whour anger management claw.
and refrain from vifcLan cotact
with the victim Mouglas, was,
id .-re.-rd to pay 153) to the Stae,-
Attorney's Office. !'00 to the-
Public kDefendei r Office. $-214.
in crxrt costs and $352 in stau-
tory .surcharge-s.
*A motion fir continuance
was granted in the case- of
Fernando Dubo'x-. charged
with aggravated as 'ault of a law
,-norcemennt officer, re-,,ijing
arr--a with viok-ne- and improp-
er exhibition of a dangerous
weapon.
Christina Jean Elliott
pkladed guilty to a violation of
probation being served for
obtaining a controlled subasance
by fraud and was adjudicated
guilty. As a resu., probation was
revoked and terminated and
4sh was sentenced to 13 months
in a state prison with credit for
time served in the Nassau
County Jail.
I James Allen Foss Jr. plead-
ed guilty to grand theft, burgla-
ry and petit theft and was adju-
dicated guilty. He was
sentenced to four months in the
Nassau County Jail with credit
for time served, followed by two
years of drug offender proba-
tion and ordered to pay $100 to
the State Attorney's Office, $150
to the Public Defender's Office
and $398 in court costs.
Raymond McAuthur
Garner pleaded guilty to sale
or delivery of cocaine and was
adjudicated guilty. He was sen-
tenced to six months in the
Nassau County Jail with credit
for time served, followed by 12
months of drug offender pro-
bation. Garner must also com-
plete a drug and alcohol evalu-
ation and is subject to random
urinalysis. He was ordered to
pay $100 to the State Attorney's
Office, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and $498 in
court costs.
Karen Bussell Giddens
pleaded guilty to a violation of
probation being served for
fraudulent use of a credit card
and was adjudicated guilty. As a
result, probation was revoked
and terminated.
Timothy Alan Goodman
pleaded not guilty to three
counts of burglary and two
courts of petit theft.


J* Jdi^h Aanr (r -g-e rk ) xr
pktade r.: ig'-v o, d.a:g : n
<,oan k;x-r>'ari y an- n7-. 1
'L,- A a ,red .arc
Aarun Man H'r.C-.
ph-adte.d grsrt. t o ac,.- -.
burglar, and ta ixiurt (o; &al
ing in SrLt-n pruoLpte arcd wa
adjudicated guity He was seW-
te-nced to ,six n.n-h, r thr:-
Nasau Crour. Jail with crdi-'
:or tirrr- n i.-d. li,'wc b) i
Imnath, of drag offt-.dfr pcu.
bation with the poiKbili'.: ,f
t-arly termination an,.-
months it in fuL con.'.plane
Hetndcrson i' to e-roEl in: L
,ucct-',sful h omphl-te th,-
alvation Arnmy r.- -ital drug
treatmn~-nt prurgramn ar a i-, .b-
jectt to randoxn urinalhvis He.
was ordered to pay .200 to the4
State AttlorXneyS Office. .$0) to
the Public Defender'- Office.
.367.50 to the Na-sau County
Sheriff's Office law Enforce-
ment Trust Fund. .740 in resti-
tution and $796 in court costs.
Cecil Randall Hickox
pleaded not guilty to trafficking
in opium or a derivative.
Harvey Izell Jenkins
pleaded guilty to exposure of
sexual organs, a lesser-included
misdemeanor in a charge of
lewd or lascivious behavior and
was adjudicated guilty. He was
sentenced to nine months in the
Nassau County Jail with credit
for time served and ordered to
pay $50 to the State Attorney's
Office, $100 to the Public
Defender's Office and $203 in
court costs.
John Johnson Jr. pleaded
guilty to a violation of probation
for uttering forged bills and two
new counts of uttering forged
bills and was adjudicated guilty.
He was sentenced to 18 months
in a state prison with credit for
time served and ordered to pay
$100 in restitution, $200 to the
State Attorney's Office, $300 to
the Public Defender's Office,
$796 in court costs and
$2,050.88 in outstanding court
costs.
Blake Lamar Kelly plead-
ed not guilty to burglary.
Joshua Wayne Kirk plead-
ed guilty to fleeing or attempt-
ing to elude law enforcement,
DUI and driving while license is
suspended or revoked for habit-
ual traffic offenses and was adju-
dicated guilty. He was sen-
tenced to 105 days in the
Nassau County Jail with credit
for time served and his license
is to be suspended for five years.
Kirk must also attend level II
DUI school and use an inter-
lock device for one year. He was
ordered to pay $100 to the State


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.- d. agd -agrva.-d :k-i-tng or
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Maur.,- lmiar Morrow
pA:adcd guilty to a charge of
i-;tling to register as a sexual
*-:k-.td:r and was adjudicated
guilty Hr wa~ -a- -ntenced to 12
nonth- in the Nassau County
Jail and ordered to pay $100 to
he sate Attorrnevs Office. $150
io the Public Dek-nder's Office
and $393% in court costs.
Alton Bernren Musgrove
pk-aded not guihy to domestic
battery by strangulation and
domestic assault.
Franklin Enith Ocampo-
Bernardez pleaded guilty as
charged to two counts of use or
possession of the identification
of another without consent and
was adjudicated guilty He was
sentenced to 30 days in the
Nassau County Jail with credit
for time served and ordered to
pay $100 to the State Attorney's
Office, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and'$398 in
court costs.
SA motion forcontinuance
was granted in the case of Guy
Harold Payne Jr., charged with
burglary. The trial date was
reset for Dec. 13.
Ashley Dawn Ratliff plead-
ed not guilty to burglary.
Chance Harley Ray plead-
ed not guilty to two counts of
burglary and petit theft.
Morgan Shandale
Scheider pleaded guilty to a vio-
lation of probation being served
for grand theft and was adjudi-
cated guilty. As a result, proba-
tion was revoked and terminat-
ed and Scheider was sentenced'
to time served in the Nassau
County Jail.
Carl Richard Shipley Jr.
pleaded not guilty to 11 counts
of burglary, six counts of petit
Theft, three counts of grand
theft, three counts of dealing in
stolen property and armed bur-
glary.
E A trial date of Feb. 14 was
set for hMrry Denise Simmons-
Melton, charged with two
counts of sale or delivery of
cocaine.


A trial date ofFeb 14was
s-t for Mark Andrew Stram.
charged with three counts of
rad or lascivious battery.
t gaging IT. a sexual act with a
victim 12 or ldkir, but k-s than
Is. and tailure to register as a
sexual offender
Ryan Clark Taylor, who
was adjudicated guilty on two
urt oi pus.-sion with intent
to -il marijuana and pous.-,-
,son oi controlled substance
paraphernalia in a Septmber
jury trial, was sentenced to 12
months in the Nassau County
Jail with credit for time s-rved.
kfolkwed by two years of drug
offender probation. He must
also complete a drug evaluation
and follow-up and is subject to
random urinalysis. Taylor was
ordered to pay $200 to the State
Anornev's Office. 300 to the
Public Defender's Office and
$996 in court costs.
Bernis Clay Thornton
pleaded guilty as charged to
leaving the scene of an accident
involving personal injury and
driving while license is sus-
pended or revoked and was
adjudicated guilty. He was sen-
tenced to time served in the
Nassau County Jail. 75 hours of
community service and ordered
to pay $100 to the State
Attorney's Office. $150 to the
Public Defender's Office, $398
in court costs and $500 to the
Nassau County Sheriffs office
Law Enforcement Trust Fund.
The state will not prose-
cute David LoisToth for resist-
ing arrest with violence and
DUI.
Crystal Phyllis Urwiller
pleaded not guilty to possession
with intent to sell or deliver a
controlled substance, posses-
sion of a controlled substance
and driving while license is sus-
pended or revoked for habitual
traffic offenses.
Brian Johnny Wilson
pleaded guilty for convenience
to aggravated battery and was
adjudicated guilty. The state will
not prosecute an additional
charge of robbery. Wilson was
sentenced to time served in the
Nassau County Jail and ordered
to pay $100 to the State
Attorney's Office, $150 to
Regional Conflict Counsel, $352
in statutory surcharges and
$398 in court costs. The court
reserved jurisdiction to name a
restitution amount at a later
date.
Carla Wooten pleaded not
guilty to uttering forged bills.
SJeramie Richard Wyckoff
pleaded guilty to a violation of
probation being served for
grand theft and was adjudicated
guilty. As a result, probation was
revoked and terminated and he
was sentenced to 13 months in
a state prison with credit for
time served.
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Data



breach



at UNF
The Unie-rsity of North
Florida has notified students
that may have had their
names. Social Security num-
bers and dates of birth com-
promised due to a data
breach on a University com-
puter server. The computer
has been secured and pre-
cautions have been takento
minimize future data risks.
Between Sept 24 and 29.
a 'UNF file containing the per-
sonal information of high
school and college students
(and others interested in
UNF) may have been
accessed by unauthorized
persons outside the United
States. It is possible the
intruder's intent was to either
disrupt normal business or
use the computer's process
ing power to launch similar
attacks on other computers.
While immediate steps
were taken to contain this
breach and prevent further
unauthorized access, the uni-
versity has sent letters and
emails to the people affect-
ed. A total of 106,884 people
could have been impacted.
Of those, 52,853 had their
names and Social Security
numbers compromised and
54.031 had their names and
dates of birth compromised.
The intruder did not access
academic or financial aid
information. Grades, finan-
cial aid history, course histo-
ry and academic records
aren't at risk.
UNF has post fre-
quently asked questions on
its website, explaining what
happened, when it happened,
what actions it has taken and
precautions victims may take
to safeguard their personal
information as well as actions
to take in the event of any
suspicious activity on their
accounts. UNF has also set
up a phone number, (904)
620-2114, and an email
account, databreach@unf.
edu.
The University recom-
mends that those who may
have been affected place a
fraud alert on their credit files
with one of the three credit
bureaus, Equifax at www.equi
fax.com/answers/set-fraud-
alerts/encp, Experian at
www.experian.com/fraud/ce
nter.html, or Trans-Union,
www.transunion.com/corpo-
rate/personal/fraudIdentityT
heft/fraudPrevention/fraudA
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A thirk plumi- of ltb k amok- billrw;i above Cumberiand
Inland albut -I p.m. 'unda. after a 1,204)-foot house just
northeast of the hisornc (.re)field Inn caught fire and
was ds-troy-ed, a; cording to reports. Nobody was at
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Second arrest



in pizza robbery

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'Ihe l hr: rilf', offi,: ha;,
arre-st:.d a ,r'( on11d u'lpecw t ill
thi- (O ct. 5 arir-d robbery of the
Fernandina rI;,lch I'izza Hut in
which two r:mployet-, were
forced back into the building
aftr closing and orderrcd to
open the- ,safv-
Iylan I :-, Alv-r-.ona 20, wa-,
takni into cIustody (Oc 13 for
his alleged rol in the robhry
after he: reportedly boa-ted ,of
his particilption,, saying police
"have nothing on hini." during
a recorded phone cotnv-rflation
with a i person who was a paid
confidential informant, police
said.
Another s'-uspect. 2(i-year-old
Albert I.ynn Delon, 218 Vernon
St., Fe-rnandina Beach, was
taken into custody (Oct. 5, short-
ly after the robbery took place,
and is being held in the Nassau
County Jail on multiple charges.
Detectives also arrested
Alverson's live-in girlfriend, 19-
year-old Nathalie Michelle
Bowers, Oct. 13 for accessory
after the fact to thte robbery.
police said. According to
reports, Alverson was detained
and questioned shortly after the
robbery when he was spotted
inside the Midway Trailer Park,
but was released after Bowers
vouched that he was with her at
his 2637 Midway Road home,
police said.
Bowers allegedly admitted
to authorities after her arrest
that she lied to protect Alverson,
police' sai(d.
I'olice were called late on
()ct. 5 to Pizza Hut, 24,140 S.
Eighth St.. after two suspects
hekl two employees at gunpoint
and reportedly threatened their
lives as they struggled to
explain that the safe was time-
lIcked and could not be opened,
police said.
Realizing they were telling
the truth, the robbers then
demanded the employees' per-
sonal possessions $400 cash,
a cell phone, a roll of dimes, a


Delon


pack of cigarettes and a lighter
- and fled the business, the
sheriffs office reported.
ThIe victims called 911 and
shortly after, a witness driving
by the area said lie saw some-
one running away from the
restaurant. Police found a man
nearby who fit the description
but he fled on foot. He was cap-
tured after a chase and later
identified as Delon, police said.
Police found a handgun
along the path of the foot chase
and some of the victims' pos-
sessions when they checked
Delon's clothing, the sheriff's
office said.
According to his arrest and
booking report, police believe
Alverson was not carrying a
gun, but had a cloth or towel.
wrapped around his hand sim-
ulating that he also had a
weapon.
Alverson is being held in lieu
of $100,002 bond at the Nassau
County Jail on a charge of
armed robbery.
Bowers is charged with
accessory after the fact and has
since been released from the
Nassau County Jail.
D)elon is charged with one
count of robbery with a firearm,
one count of grand larceny and
one count of possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon in
conjunction with the robbery.
He is being held at the Nassau
County Jail on $298,022 bond,
which also includes multiple
drug charges stemming from
controlled purchases of mari-
juana and cocaine initiated by
the sheriffs office narcotics unit
in June and July, according to
his arrest and booking reports.
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near the rear entrance :o the
Norhteast Florida Fairgrounds
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Otiple ti s in the head and face
another man with a paddle two were



engaged in a physical alterca-
tion, police said.
A sheriffs office deputy
reportedly spotted the victim
lying in a ditch on Musselwhite
oad near the rear entrance o the
the fairgrounds, police said.
north o.f Callahan.





reportdy told police Henson52,
who is listruked in the sheriffcti mu





office report as a homeless,
unemployed carnival worker,
tripled backti into the fairgroundface
with a lok.k while the two were






engagfollowin a physical altercation police
tion, police said.
A sheriff's office deputy





he victim was tranorhe victim
lying to Shands Jacksonville for
Roadreatment of possiblentrance broken
thefacia bones, police said.
Henson was located aboutsses
reportedly told police Henson,





an hour afis listed in the incident inff's
his sleeping quarters and
arrestmployed for aggravated battworker
withfled back into the fairgrounds
following held alteration, policeassau





County Jail in lieu of $10,002
bond.

She victim was transport-






have sought an-arrest warrant
ed tfor a juvenile suspect theyfor
believe stole more brokethan $500
facial bones, polrom the office of a Callahanid.







restaurant late Sunday night.
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from the office of a Callahan
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rant ,aid tIhe- *.aw him V',dx-ie
the back door earlier in :he
night and another emppk '-r.
'ar.iiar with the su-p.xt. 'a.-
abk- to idet-nif him by nan.r.
pokiic- -aid
During a cavas o f thc ar-a
a was discovered tha! :he ke
to the rear entry gate were abo
missing. police said.
Several witness repotr.ed
seeing a person matching the
suspect's description coming
from the area near Dick's
Wings, carrying a cup from the
restaurant, police said

YHS burglary
The sheriffs office is inves-
tigating the burglary of Yulee
High School's concession stand
early last week when a suspect
or suspects made off with more
than $3,000 worth of mer-
chandise and caused an esti-
mated $1,000 damage.
The suspect or suspects
allegedly stole $3,105 worth of
hats, T-shirts, hot dogs. cheese,
candy and a football field cart
from the stand sometime
between Oct. 11 and 12, police
said.
An initial investigation
revealed that they entered by
knocking an exhaust fan from
a window on the side of the
concession stand, which
caused an estimated $1,000
damage to the window and fan,
police said.
Footprints were discovered
on top of a microwave oven that
was sitting underneath the win-
dow, police said.
During a canvass of the
area, a deputy discovered sev-
eral empty boxes from which
the stolen merchandise was
believed to be removed, police
said.
The scene was later turned
over to the sheriffs office
crime scene unit for further
inspection, police said

Windowbroken
A cinder block was report-
edly thrown through the front


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iolkc- said the -uspXect or
s e--- r? e-n'tred the Yulk
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-hip whu rc-pinded to the
s-a-n- said no vehick-s or prop
ti:' appear-d to be missing.

Fdony arrests
.\varo .,:o Torres. 39.
-.i Sixth St Fernandina
t--ach. ().ct 17, aggravatedd bat-
tery.
EJancl.- canna Panerson.
!9. 716 S. Sixth St. Fernandina
Ikach. Oct. 17. aggravated
domestic assault.
Estell Bailey. 42, 29240
Scotts landing Road, Hilliard.
()Ocl 16. possession of a firearm
or ammunition by a convicted
ielon. driving while license is
suspended or revoked (habit-
ual offender), possession of a
controlled substance without
a prescription, possession of
less than 20 grams of marijua-
na.
Roxsann Jean Hathaway.
30. Jacksonville, Oct 15,
Nassau County warrant with-
holding information from a
medical practitioner to obtain a
controlled substance.
S)Deyda Abigail (;onzalez,
20. 9 Royal Tern Road,
Fernandina Beach, Oct. 15.
possession of cocaine, posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of
marijuana, possession of drug
paraphernalia.'
James Scott Tompkins,
21. 9 Royal Tern Road,
Fernandina Beach, Oct. 15,
possession of cocaine, posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of
marijuana, possession of drug
paraphernalia.
SJesse Vernon Hamner 11,
32, Jacksonville, Oct. 15,
Nassau capias violation of
probation -aggravated battery.
Frank Robert Welch, 59,


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Yuk-c. (' c 15. driving wh-k-
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Chris:opher l)uann-
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Ave Yukl'. N.a>I-s Count'
warrantt grand theft
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Robcr tl-wn. 31. OrLando. O-ct
15. Putnam County warrant -
aggrav-aed child abuse
M Ashkvy Nicokl Ir is. 1.
Jacksonvilkl. Oct 14. posses-
*>in of a controlled substance
without a prescription. posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia
Reco Rom'ayous Davis.
37. -3 South 11th St .
Fernandina BIK.ch, (ct. 14. gi'-
ing false information at tht
s cnc of a crash; violation of
probation criminal misi-hiel,
violation of injunction.
Charles Christopher
Taykor, 27. It1(; Coventry lan,.
Fernandina Beach. Oct 14.
Nassau County warrant sak-
or delivery of marijuana, pos-
,-etssion of Io re than 0 grams
of marijuana. possession ol
drug pIraphtr nalia.
Douglas lPul Ik'ntk-. 51.
Jacksonvilkl. Oct 13, posses-
sion with intent to sell or deliv-
er cocaine, salk or delivery of
cocaine
Robert Charles Beattie
II. 31. Jacksonville, Oct 13.
Clay County warrant grand
theft of a notor vehicle
Rachel Nicole I)ulresne,
35. Jacksonville. Oct 12,
Nassau County warrant -
grand theft
Ricky Paul I)ufresne. 45,
Jacksonville, Oct. 12, Nassau
County warrant grand theft.
Rusty Allen Mercer, 28.
95149 Woxobrklge Pkwy., #104.
Nassauville, Oct. 11, aggravat-
ed domestic battery causing
bodily harm.
Jason Lee Brazzell, 22.
Jacksonville, Oct. 11, Nassau
County warrant violation of
probation sale or delivery of
a controlled substance.
Cecil Albert Browning
Jr., 23, Jacksonville, Oct. 11,
Nassau County capias viola-
tion of probation forgery,
grand theft.
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Lady Pirates seeded second for district tournament


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'Oncr w started main"I'rrg "ur IaIsI, th

got into tht- gro; v anrd madi thing, ha*pp 'n on
Wn the' fourth ,t Im,' a ia-a: :* r, :





p,int. in a row to go along" with 10 kills for rth-
matcv aL had right a rr.ro, Dry lan h iad
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off,-n',i and it:f,-n,,,- "
In thi- fourth ,-t .nirnal,:,- haf<- -,-rv,-, 16




points, wh in a r w w to r ally baln wii r k-
ing hatrd. aLn hakin-ig chnsi.- nt thby sasohadn
r'f act,. Off,-n,,ivf-ly, Savannah Yuang had 22



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'I'hr Laly I'iratrs lost to Boll-,s 2(1-21 2'-20,
25 10, 25- IS and Iaw.. I in thr district. Thv
Laidy Piratis will be th- d (v stond srrd for thv dis-
trict t, rnaicnt, which i w hatv r-llys next weok-
Win hard on waking e th first an second sts,
With thtlin back and rth, int by po. rint,"
Stru mlavauah,id. A"Wely ad w-enil ti with a qtick
s..t that ik hard id,.fiiid Fh,, girk-,ldid a ni-rjob





a allowing us to obtain the an winaway





'Wn got into a serve rece ive/passing slump
in thi thirdal st, which didn't ahllw us toh riun a lor
son,
T'he lady l'irati-. list to hiill,-., 2( -2 2'5-20,




of offen0, lI bounce back I in the disrupt. Th,.
but madeir smi hi ttin.g and tl srrvingd frors that i
cost us turn am which i at s nxt wk
Young played th tam irsth kills and arnesr
battling 35 back and fle rth, pint by points.
WStrumlaufaid. "We serd well the second set,
allowing u to obtain the lea and in.well,"
la"We got into a serve receive/passing slump
in the third set, which didn't allow us to run a lot
of offense. We bounced back in the fourth set,
but made some hitting and serving errors that
cost us the game."
Young led the team with li kills and Garner
had 35 assists. Bales had nine service points.
Whitfield had 12 digs on dt-f 'nse.
overallll, I think thai wi- played well,"
Str umlauf -.aid, "It va. i a chance for us to see


BTI I(NloNI,'Ws l.Ar-1,
The Fernandina Beach High School girls volleyball team was in pink Thursday for "Dig Pink" games to benefit breast cancer sur-
vivors. Pictured are, counterclockwise, Caroline Garner (No. 2), Tiffanie Tudor, Darby Lane, Hannah Foster, lHanka Nouskova,
Emmalee Bales, Savannah Young, Alyssa Whitfield and Kelli Anderson.


what we need to fine tune before going into the
district tournament next week.
"We have played some tough competition
this season and I definitely think that is starting


to show and pay ff with d(isltritcl, i,,'. I iftll con-
fident that the girl-, ;ar r tady t, play and )battle
to win the district."
The Lady Pirat.e capped th-. regular season


this wi-ek, playing at Yuke Monday iandi al
providence Tuesday. The District :i-:A toiiriia-
innt starts Monday at Bolles. 'The tournanlnti
runs -hr uiglh Oct. 28.


BULLDOGS BITE


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The Yulee High School football team, ranked No. 5 in the state last week, hosted the top-rapked Bolles Bulldogs
Friday night in a district showdown. Yulee struck first with Derrick "Shocka" Henry scoring the first of three rush-
ing touchdowns: he also returned a kickoff 95 yards for a TD. But the Hornet defense had a hard time keeping
DJ. Stewart (No. 1), also of Yulee, out of the end zone, above. The Bolles junior scored six times in the 56-27 vic-
tory. Bolles is 7-0 and 4-0 in the district while Yulee drops to 4-2 overall and 2-1 in the district. Yulee travels to
l'nihersitl Christian Friday. Fernandina Beach High School heads to Interiachen Friday.


CROSS COUNTRY



Kittrell takes title


at FSU Invitational


B1:111 JONES
News Leader

Shelby Kittrell of I:Frnan-
dina Beach, a sophomore at the
university of North Florida,
captured the women's title at
the FSI I Invitational Oct. 8-9 in
Tallahassee.
Kittrell claimed the individ-
ual title on the 5,OO0-meter
course with a personal best and
course record time of 17:34.65.
It was her second win this sea-
son.
"I'm thrilled with the way
Shelby performed today," IJNF
coach Mark VanAlstyne said,
according to the school's web-
site. "We started off with her
goal to stay in contact with the
front group and the first mile
was blazing fast so at that point,
I felt she was going to win it
because she's just so strong in
the second half.
"I believe Shelby could chal-
lenge for not only the confer-
-ncc title, but also maybe even
an individual slot for the NCAA
Championships."
Th- I 'NF Ospreys finished


third with 88 points behind
Stephen F. Austin, which w,,on
with 15 Iniints, and No. :.
Florida State. INFF dirfial, I
No. 27 Florida.
A .2ir1 graduate of l'riinan
dina Beachli igh S liool,
Kittrell was an aI( her for tlh
lady I'irai, cross country ti ,;li
"She came in as a little ninih
grader and none oif us kim '
what to expect," FBIlIS ( o;i h
Mark )urr said. "'hllen, sl,
starts winning in r-ts. aili rtii;
ifies for stale her ftil sihii;:
year.
Kittrell, a four-year run i
with FBIS, missed a flv,' tn i -
her senior season aftir drct lo
discovered she was an'lnlii
She mis.--d a few mi tf,.. bu
was back in time for thi pi .-
season. She finished c (orrnd ii
the region behind tfeammi;
Stephanie Strasser andi ith
entire girls earn qualified 'fi
.state in 20(tX.
Kittrell earned a full -,i.-
arship to run at I'NF.
Stras-ier. who is rinningj
-'cholarship a Florida. fini-,.
in the top 10 with an l:i2


UFs Meyer must make some tough decisions during bye week


S ome u say I[-' iitiensivie ,wrdin;itori
Steve A.\ laziol isn't fit hi call pltys.
Mayb, he isn't. Oth-ir-ssay QR Jillon
Brantliy is ill-i'quip p'd t, run the
spread option olffcns.- Hie definitely is.
One thing is clear as the I university ,tf
Florida football tiam h heads into its byr- week:
Something has to giv,
It was evident ,vcn du Frin Florida's ,.arly-
s'ason vtictIrict tha,' Brantli'y was a proverbial
square peg bn'in fIrc eti nt the round hole ofi
the spread option. Ev.e thi Rilhawks fIt
Miami if Ohio knew the i.nl- real option n in thl
Gators' ptit play was f,>r -irainly t I hand
off to a hba.k hirnnlilc, c.mn run a littie bit. but
he is nIt a running quarw'trback thal Jh f,-i t s
must account flor i is- a p,'krt PIw-'1r wh,,
would I;,inmingly flourish in a pr -. -tyl,. Ilrn
tha: ilmoves downhill rathr-r than in t;h a;'st
and west moving sprra',i
Fast-forward int, th SI"'C -cih'idui' and
those' detfciinciies havy, bein mainiiifl. I
Defens-es are loading tr bi \ rx ,; Fi ,rida's
predictable run io1ff'ns1 and bringing the
house on obvious passing downs. The (;attrs
have become anemic on offietnse and havy


three straight losses fr the
first time since 19r9 to prove-


Of course, th-rr i a ls ali
defensive issues Mississippi
State ran the ball 2SI of 9
plays in ihe "o ,ndl half of
their 1(-7 win v'-r Florida
-Saturday nigh; and thr.
Gators still couldn'I g: t the.
[,,,iMii .,. ,,f the ir!i Th,+
SPORTS Flirirla idfrine -,-ms t ,
have reg-grcssd .ir.i a d,,mi-
TALK nating. run-4uffing rflorni-
,ancr against: T- nn --i"p . ~
j >l\ L IS Prha:- t:h.- s,-r t.- writ-
CR \\X [i I) ing -n the w.-ai :ia: F.h naair -
..h, :h, -: a, :h:
,ifi!'ns, wu.n r "- ahi: ;', s.lpi-
taliz, i i it currrn: nfi4gurai;, n Y-i A'i iaz
ki tr o pn p1 funding th- ,quar ;* r
IT Ii' uinding has :,i ;r, i
Fl,,rida facod a similar -itvi::' : ; .
when (Chris Irak was thr quart rb,'k akir.:e
beat ig in th spread during ,h fir-: ha;: .f
the season. Had coach I rban M\'tr 'i- d an


if wrek to t'Aw iak hi' -ytrn ; ; bn.irr -uit
LI.ak and th,- r"-uit was a national champi-
onship Whili a national iit!l i-s complh-ely out
of th, qua-sii:'n in L i0). the- EC( i unbe.liev-
ably still upl fir grab
M y, y-r ha> -i a-.-::r i .. r.r and r i h -r ;ai-

much as i hat, 1 y i'. r F. O m iranti-y in
fav:,r f frf h man r y iur' run Th
a{r a-i ,ptr, ani S n" by nh +* nation tha'
M, ,-r i .+ hb k r. *h+ buin.-. and a
coach Florda i.s ,r'u- a r, h:v.. ha h ,
b-lii v h> will fiS ur' i a' r "ha n a r
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southh Carolina fans. On- w< -k thi
Gamicocks knock off the Noi. I t1- an iii th
country in Alabama and thf- n -x' w', k thi :
lose- to Il,'wlyv Kntucky.
Many. including yours truy. th.uK' ilha
this might be South Carolina's year in 'h" [.i
Ea- But iti -mrns like the (arn'--: j v-i
r":, + again dro f everythingg in thn-irr, -r
--niurp that th- chicken cur,' rT main- ajlv
and well in Clumbia, S C
S had! rI a double tak- w'hi- "a>. i;
'rida S'a, 2-5'1 r win over B anTr. ia" wi.-k-.nd to mak- ifur-. C :ri- : ':
haifn' r'-:urn' -,j ,, thr e S -rinr.i - F-"! Qf;
( hri-~ar. E',nd-r thriw thr,- Hix-lik ;, i.
had a- -h- r n-. negatru byv a p;rai ar f.:.,
a:-':. I-a ir. th'e S-mr in l-r dJan;g r,'. ,
F:hr-. r ., -C Wi'h ha '. ai.gd t -am- da o whad ak -
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FBMS Pirates edge Providence 22-20 for homecoming


',:ii .:r cnming slarte-d ,dA
,Aith a bang f'x the- Fe-nan-
dlina 'r-a:h Mid!-*' Schr,,,
'irat,-. Friday as Will Mit-
Sh.-ll ,-I .-d onn a 62-yard run
,r th.- first play ,f th-e game-
I hr- ,-xtra point fail-d, but 18
,,-:rndl, intfo th,- contest, th.:
F liMS Piratrs l.d F0 Thie
Virate-i w-nt on to win 22-2f)
"Will has 'orcorme a big
play guy for us," FBMS coach
Carn liarrioin said. "Having
th.- gair- start out like that.
with our student body watch-
ing, re-ally got the boy
tpumlni.l up and the crowd
into the gainm-."
Iunde-frate-d Providence
rvponnfl-d with a touchdown
drive that ende-d with a 2.
yard pa'e caught in the end-
zone: for the- core. The extra
point was good and the
Stallions took the lead. 7-6-
Aftr-r both teams traded
punts, the Pirates appeared to
be going in for the lead when
a fumble derailed the drive.
Providence took over and
drove- the length of the field,
but a goal line stand resulted
in a fumble recovered by
Mitchell in the end zone with
45 seconds remaining in the
first half.
The Pirates found the end
zone quickly when Calvin
ILgan hil Mitchell in stride
for a 65-yard touchdown pass
to put the Pirates back in
front. John Zimmerman com-
pleted a pass to Logan for the
two-point conversionand the
Pirates had a 14-7 lead at the
half.
That play right at the end
of the half was huge for us,"
I larrison said. "To be able to
gKt the lead back and get
some momentum going into
the second half was big for
our guys."


That momrn-nurn *A wd bE-
s,,h rt-ive,-r a.s ir,'i, -.:.-
rrturnrd th,- .i,,-ning k. k-f.,f
of th.- ,-con'd hna f g va3rs f'-r
a taochdowAn. Aft.r 'th, -xtra
point. the gamr- ara ti.- < a; 14-
14
The Firat(,- r,-.Jr.'--d'
with Tony Frankiand running
:7 yards through th.- defI-n-
to get the ,offerii' baw k into
coring positionn li, fIound
Mitchell for his third tiuch-
down of the day, a Z,:yard
passing scort. Frankland al-s
ran in the- two>point conv-r-
%ion. Tlr Piratesi tl(,k a a-14
lead with four minutes
remaining in the third quar-
tt-r.
Providence ftoght back
and scored on a touchdown,
but the two-point conversion
was stopped by the Pirates.
The Pirates had the ball and
led 22-20 going into the
fourth quarter, but the
Stallion defense would stiffen
and force the Pirates to punt.
Zimmerman kicked a 42-yard
punt that was downed at the
15-yard line, giving
Providence an 85-yard field to
try to reclaim the lead.
After two first downs,
Providence found itself in a
fourth-down-and-long situa-
tion with three minutes to go
in the game. The Stallions
lined up to punt and attempt-
ed to execute a fake, but the
Pirates snuffed it out and took
the ball back.
On the next play, a
Frankland fumble gave the
ball right back to Providence.
"Getting that big.Aop on
fourth down was huge.and
then to fumble it right back to
them on the next play was
definitely deflating," Harrison
sakd.
Providence drove to the


-?yard lin" with under a
minute ,o ppary. but the Pirat
dr;'n<> siffea-d Back-.-
back pas breakups by
Mitchrll put th Stalons in a
ifur-and-iO 'iiiuatio with 25
..c'onds rft in the game.
On the xArtinu-down play.
Pirater inback-ers Cascy
Walker and Sth Lcndry
teamed to sack the
Providcnc quarterback and
give the Pirates a hard-klgtht
homecoming victory
"What a game.' Harrisun
said. *1 couldn't ask for much
more from our guys. They
batted against a very good
Providence team and gave
our student body, faculty and
parents an exciting homecom-
ing game."
The Pirates (5-1) were in
Callahan Tuesday to play
Callahan Middle and wil
wrap up the season Oct 29
back at Pirate Field against
Yulee Middle School
Mitchell had four rushes
for 102 yards with a touch-
down. Frankland rushed five
times for 57 yards and Logan
had five rushes for 32 yards.
Frankland was three-for-
four for 41 passing yards with
a touchdown. Logan was one-
for-two for 65 yards and a TD.
Mitchell had four catches for
106 yards and a pait of receiv-
ing scores.
Logan, Walker and Lendry
led the defense with eight
tackles apiece. Frankland had
five tackles and a QB sack.
Mitchell recorded five tack-
les, three pass breakups and a
fumble recovery.
Jonathan Spence had four
tackles and a sack. Chachi
Moses had four tackles and
Kyle Horgan had two. Chris
Moseley. Hynson Cole and
Zimmerman had one each.


The Fmrandina
each Middle
School football team
hosted an unbeaten
Providence team
Friday afternoon for
homecoming. The
Pirates edged the
guests 22-20 to
improve to 5-1 on
the season. Will
Mitchell with a solo
tackle for the
Pirates, above left.
Calvin ILogan car-
ries the ball for the
Pirates, above right.
The FBMS defense
brings down a
Providence runner,
left.
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.orm-( o(f our nor,4h-rn friend,., the numic-br ,,f
players taking part in th- blitz ha, incrar-d
last Wednei-ay 52 players tk part with Rn
Pet.-ron winning individual h',,r. s with on,-
of his bettr rounds of i and piAu iI y,intI
Corning in a clo- s~-,cond was Pric, PorA.lr with
a one-undi-r-par 72 and plu 10o, but hi- didn't
make it onto a winning tearn. Third place at
plus 9 went to Krnny Pickett with a r.,und ,f
78 and plus 9
The team of Ron Petrrsun plus 11. Waynr-
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plus 2) and Charlr- Hfimnrnt-lhrbr l, ,v,-n)
won first place with a plus 1~
Another team with no minues,-. led by
I'ickett',s plus 9 and including Toxmn Kob-rt,
(77, plus 3).Jacque burett- ( 7, plus 4) and
Tim Forestal (105, even), came in second at
plus 16.
Third place at plus 11 went to an all-plus
team of larry Hutchison (87, plus 4), Hill
Murphy (79, plus 3), Tom Gray (X,. plus 2)
and Claude artley (92, plus 2).
Yet another team with no minuses finished
fourth at plus 7. Team members were John
Bray (81, plus 4), Freelon Pate (90, plus 2),
Rudy Campanale (99, plus 1) and Dick
Peterson (107, even).
Friday saw a turnout of 64 golfers to take
part in the blitz Harry Kegler had one of his
best rounds when he shot a 78 and plus 13
points to claim Individual honors. There was a
tie for second and third at plus 10 between
Bob Dorsey (76) and Larry lutchison (82).
Kegler's plus 13 got just enough help from
Don Cheshire (85, plus 3) to win first place at
plus 15 as Larry Luett finished with an 80 even
and Larry allowo had a 90 minus 1.
Hutchison's plus 10 was aided by Bill Allen
(91. plus 5) and Roger Smith (81. plus 3) while
Hob Brewer had an 89 and minus 6 as the
team came in second with a plus 12.
Third place at plus 11 went to the team of
Johnny Scarboro (75, plus 7), Chris Gill (85,
plus 4). larry Brauda (83, plus 1) and Ernie
Barry (91. minus 1).
In spite of a minus 9 by Charles Kicklighter
(86), Dorsey's plus 10 along with Charles
Slimmelheber (77, plus7) and Al Jump (90,
plus 2) enabled the team to finish in fourth
place at plus 10.
Even as we have welcomed the return of
our northern friends the past month has also
been a time of loss as players Bob Sibley, Jim
Gibson and Ed Hunter died. Our thoughts and
prayers go out to their families.


GOLF NEWS

MAl gKAiLr who have bA,,k rea- a: the pro
,h,4, ar,- r,-mindfed that it mutt be used by
Oct 1 I G,-frr, houLd check with thb pr.
,hop for any upcoming events at the course

Ca oueiequ=n cIt
The- ladi~ s of Fernandina BEach played a
gain- 1,f iw grooss/low n-t Oct 12 at the
Frrnandina Beach Gof Club. Jeanndct
Cayouette was crowned the Queen ofTers fur
October with a low net score of 3. Cayouette
will compete at the end of the golt year with
other monthly Queens for the title. Queen of

The A flight winners were Linda Scott with
a low gross of 80 and Kathleen Walker with
low net of 66 Second low net winner was Sue
Simpson with 68 and third was B.J. Murphy
with a 70.
Winning the B flight low gross was Nancy
Speck with 89 and Cayouette, low net, with a
63. Robin Ritchey was the second-place low
net winner with 66 and third place went to
Helen Hirsch with 69. Low gross winner for
the C flight was Regina Brennan with a 94 and
the low net winner was Julie Hensler with 70.
Patsy Flynn won second low net with a 71 and
third place went to Samantha Havourd with a
72.
Lettie Laurent won the D flight low gross
honors with a score of 106. Winning low net
was Sandy Mortensen with a score of 73. Tied
for second low net were M.J. Augspurger and
Glenda Babin with a score of 76.

Caeer lowron d
Golf Club of Amelia Island member Nancy
Speck had a career low golf round lastweek.
She shot an 85 Thursday.

Yuleebasebafl fudraiser
The third annual Yulee High School
Baseball Dugout Club Golf Tournament will
be held Oct. 23 at North Hampton Golf
Course. Sign-in will start at noon with a shot-
gun start at 1 p.m. The tournament will be a
four-player scramble with first-, second- and
third-place prizes and prizes for closest to the
pin and longest drive.
There will also be a silent auction to bid on
various items, such as restaurant gift certifi-
cates and resort and bed and breakfast accom-


The Golf Club ofAmelia Island Ladies Golf Association completed its three-round
2010 Handicap Tournament Thursday. The champion is Sue Burke with a net Total of
215. Flight A winners were Nancy Speck, first place, net total 219; and Sue Riegler,
second, net total 220. Flight B winners were BJ. Murphy, first, net total 221; and
Kate Wiest, second, net total 228. Pictured, from left, are Rieger, Speck, Burke,
Murphy and Wiest.


modations in the area. Cost for the tourna-
ment is $100 per golfer. To sign up or for infor-
mation contact Will Minor by at willminor@
yuleebaseball. com or 583-9980 or download a
tournament form at www.yuleebasebaltcom.

Regg Hutmemmalent
The Amelia Island Plantation will host the
15th annual Reggie Hunt Memorial Golf
Classic at the Oak Marsh course Nov. 10. The
event is the agency's biggest fundraiser of the
year. It is held annually in memory of Reggie
Hunt, a former Fernandina High School stu-
dent-athlete and six-year participant in the Big
Brothers Big Sisters of Nassau County prq
gram, who died tragically as a teenager in an
accident in August 1996.
Format is a captain's choice with a noon
shotgun start. Registration begins at 11 a.m.
and lunch will be provided. After play there is
a steak cookout with refreshments and
awards. Low gross and low net prizes will be
awarded with net scores influenced by the
amount of money raised for BBBS. There will
also be longest drive, closest-to-the-pin and


hole-in-one contests. Big Brothers Big Sisters
in Nassau County relies on private donations
for over half of its operating expenses.
Donations are tax-deductible and the money
raised remains in the county. Visit www. bbb-
snefl.com,or contact tournament co-chairman
Oden at 261-9500. (904) 80646854 or
toden@bbbsnefl.org.

Cr0meStoppseuey
The sixth annual First Coast Crime Stop-
pers Golf Classic Tournament is Nov. 8 with a
12:30 p.m. shotgun start at the Ponte Vedra
Golf & Country Club at TPC Sawgrass.
Register at 11 a.m. and compete in the long
putt contest. Box lunches available at 11:30
a.rh. Play is at 12:30 p.m. A reception is slated
for 5 p.m. with a barbecue dinner, door prizes
and awards at 5:30 p.m. Entry fee is $125 per
person or $500 for a foursome. Each golfer
receives free range balls, lunch and dinner.
Deadline is Nov. 1. All proceeds benefit First
Coast Crime Stoppers. For information, call
(904) 398-5883 or (904) 759-7968 or visit
www.fccrimestoppers. com.


.TENNIS NEWS


Maharaj Tennis will be
starting Nov. 1 with a tennis
menu that has something for
everyone. Michele and
Vishnu Maharaj have pulled
together an impressive tennis
staff with a variety of class
times: someetthe:wants of the
city of FeplaAdina Beach ten-
nis community.'
They are expanding their
tennis ventures to include the
city of Fernandina Beach
after putting together a suc-
cessful tennis program
through the Yulee Tennis
Foundation over the past
three years. They will remain
co-directors of the local CTA
non-profit organization while
providing tennis services to
the city of Fernandina Beach.
The fall schedule begins
Nov. 1 and runs through Dec.
12. Registration information is
available at the city Parks and
Recreation office or by email-
ing michelemaha@msn.com.
Junior clinics are $8 per
person per hour with a maxi-
mum of eight per court. Adult
clinics are $10 per person per
hour with a minimum of four
and maximum of six per
court.
Adult drill clinics are $15
per person for 1.5 hours with
a minimum of four and maxi-
mum of six. Private and semi-
private lessons are $60 per
hour with Vishnu Maharaj:
$50 per hour with assistant
professionals.
Non-city residents pay a 20


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Vrsity Foctbal
Oct 22 at iUnrlvwstyC sa 730
Oct 29 INTERLACHEN" 7 00
Nov 5 at Femrnana Beach 730
Nov 12 Pann (sers) 700
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FERNANDMIA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Varsty Foctba
Oct 22 at Iertrtacn' 73
Oct 29 UNIVERSITY CHRIST' 730
Nov 5 YULEE' (Thrnom ig) 730
Nov 12 MATANZAS 730
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Oct 25-26 DOsneat Boes TBA
Oct 28 Otact chripcrsiip at Btes
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Oct 21 atEp p 733
Oct 28 FERNANDA BEACH 600
FERNANDIA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Juor V rsty Focbal
Oct 20 at Btp Kery 700
Oct 2 atYae 600


percent surcharge.
Custom clinics, drill ses-
sions, league team practice
sessions and fitness training
are available upon request.
Racket repair services are
available with your strings or
theirs. Email inichelfma-
ha@lrnsn.co)m or call 524-0243
for information.
In addition to the
Maharajes, the teaching staff
includes David Jenkins, Paul
Pisani, Tracy Smythe and
Jessica Marshall.
Class schedule for the city
Parks & Recreation Depart-
ment's tennis program:
Monday: 9-10:30 a.m.
women's advanced drill ses-
sion;,10:30-11:30 a.m. adult
beginners; 2-2:30 p.m. and
2:30-3 p.m. Tiny Tots (ages 3-
5, $5). Instructor: Smythe.
Tuesday: 8:30-10 a.m. adult
advanced clinic; 10-11 a.m.
Stroke of the Day drill class;
3:15-4:15 p.m. junior begin-
ners (ages 5-9); 4:15-5:15 p.m.
intermediate junior players
(ages 8-12); 5:15-6:15 p.m.
intermediate-advanced jun-
iors: 6:15-7:45 p.m. advanced
women's drill session.
Instructor: Vishnu Maharaj.
Thursday: 3:15-4:15 p.m.
junior beginners (ages 5-9);
4:15-5:15 p.m. intermediate
juniors; 5:15-6:15 p.m. inter-
mediate-advanced juniors:
6:15-7:45 p.m. advanced
women's drill session.
Instructor: Vishnu Maharaj.
Saturday: 8:30-9:30 a.m.


FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
VWeyball
Oct 25-28 Dtrct 3-3A at Boaes
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Girls Golf
Oct25 Regon2-1AatUF 930
Nov 2-4 State 1A Dunnelton TBA
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Boys Gol
Oct 25 Regon 2-A Gainesvile 930
Nov 2-3 State1AatOcala 930
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Cross Coutry
Oct 21 COUNTY MEET 400
Oct 27 JVinvite Bisop Kerny
Nov 4 ODesct 2-2A TBA
No. 13 Region 1-2A atTaatWssae
Nov 2C State 2A at Dade Cty
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Swrnming
Oct 2 ST JOHNSCO DAY 400
Ct 26 Dstrt 2-1 AatBoles 900
No'. Regon 1-1A n Tallaassee
No. 1 Statefras in Oando 830


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junior beginners (ages 5-8);
9:30-10-30 am. junior clinic
(ages 9-12); 10:30-11:30 am.
adult beginners clinic; 11:30
a.m.-12:30 p.m. adult interme-
diate clinic. Instructor:
Jenkins.
Sunday: 8:30-9:30 a.mn.
adult Stroke of the Day drill
class; 9:30-10-30 am. adult
advanced clinic. Instructor:
Jenkins.
The second fall session
runs through Oct. 28 at the
Yulee Sports Complex.


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Beginner classes are Tues-
days and Thursdays from 3-4
p.m. Intermediate to competi-
tive junior player clinics are
limited to eight players per
class. Class times are 4-5:15
and 5:15-6:30 p.m. Tuesday
Sand T'hursdays:
,,,Nassau County Ilome
Education lasses are from
noon to 3 p.m. Monday.
A moms class is offered
Monday from 1-2 p.m.
If your school needs balls
for the chair legs contact dave


judi@bellsouth.net or
michelemaha@msn.com.
Contact Michele Maharaj,
michelemaha@msn.com or
call 524-0243 for information
and to register for classes.
Additional information is
available www.yuleetennis-
foundation.com.
PTR tennis teaching pro-
fessional Paul Drayton will
host intermediate tennis clin-
ics, which are open to the
public and cost just $10.
The clinics are at 5:30 p.m.


for beginners and at 6:30 p.m.
for intermediates on
Wednesday. Intermediates
live balL Call for location.
Classes in Callahan are
held at Ewing Park Saturdays
at 9 a.m. for beginners and
intermediates. Classes are
from 9-11 am. Monday in
Kingsland, Ga., at the Laurel
Island Plantation.
For information on junior
clinics, call (904) 373-TENN
(8366) or check events at
www.zentennislessons.com.


Pro Golf Weekly Update

Oct. 21 24, 2010


Shiners Hopitalsfor Chikden Open The Justin Timberlake Shriners
Defend M n Ld Hospitals for Children Open is
Defending: Martin Laird played in Las Vegas at the TPC at
Pus: $4,300,000 Summerlin and is hosted by record-
Yards: 7,223 ing star Justin Timbertake. The
Par 71 tournament was founded in 1983
and has been nown by other titles. It was played over five rounds until 2003.
Tiger Woods recorded his first PGATour win here in 1996. The Shriners
Hospitals for Children recently took over the operations of the tournament from
the Las Vegas Founders. In 2007, the PGA Tour announced that Tmnbedake
would become the host of the tournament and also announced the events new
name. Timberake, an avid golfer who plays to a 6 handicap will play in the
celebrity pro-am and host a benefit concert during the week of the tournament


Rocco Mediate
Birthdate: Dec. 17, 1962
Birthplace: Greensburg. Penn.
Residence: Naples. Fta
Turned Professional: 1985
World Ranking: 95th
2010 Earnings: S1.138.067
Career PGA Tour Wins: 6


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a) Gene Sarazen
b) Horton Smith


c) Byron Nelson
d) Henry Picard


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round into disarray before a Purme: 500,000
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final round, but shgged throughout the day until he made an 18-oot
bhrde on the 16th green tha got him bak into ootenion. Mediate
took the lead on the 17th when he holed his second shot from the fair-
way for an eagle two, his fourth hole out in four days. On Thursday, Medate had a
hole-ione on the 191-yard par-3 third hole. On Friday, he holed a 160-yard second
shot, and on Satrday he made 3 on the par-5 15th by hiding a 111-yard wedge


A common problem that young
golfers have is that they "sky" a
lot of drives that they hit. The
most common tendency for the
average golfer is to swing
downward harder than normal
with their driver, allowing the
club to get under the ball more than neces-
sary and pop-up their drives. Our tip for the
week is to actually tee their ball up higher
than normal to help prevent these pop-ups.
Teeing their ball higher gives an optical illu-
sion that they will need to swing more level
to make better contact with the ball.
Therefore. when they are thinking about a
more level swing each time they want to hit a
drive, it is more likely that success will occur
on a more consistent basis.


Bubba Watson. who spoke emotionally about his ill father Gerry. at both the
PGA Championship and Ryder Cup. announced via his Twitter account that
his dad had died last Thursday. "Everyone. its a sad day 'or my 'amity" 'N
Watson tweeted *My dad passed.' Gerry Watson, who taught his son to play got'_
growing up in their hometown of Bagdad. Fla had been attling throat cancer A
former Green Beret. he was a giant influence on his sons lre He died in
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never gone by the name Gerry "I'd say 'C seconds after I was born rry daddy took a good look
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124) Troy Matteson 118 S723.328
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127) Briny Bard
128) Bob Estes
129) Henrik Stenson
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that typially ,ch,,,i
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ba-, ,mallrrouth bavs and
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iar with Schu.Iling activiti.-,
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fishing -w-arn',.
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    trapping baitfish right on the
    surfac,-.
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    schooling bass cam,- on a
    Virginia lakr called Bugg's
    Island. Tom Colley and I were
    fishing for largemouth bass
    when -.uddenly a huge school
    of[ .had be-gan frantically leap-
    ing from the lake into the air.
    larger boils on the surface
    indicated a big i-hool of
    largermictth bass were eating
    there .hal
    Colley rnotor,-d us over to
    there surface feeding frenzy
    and we be-gan casting our
    bass lures right smack into
    thIe middle of the action. Our
    lure, had barely hit the water
    when they were intercepted
    by large bass. Al that moment
    we both thought we had
    htookeil into an right-pound
    largemouth bass that Btgg's
    Island was famous for.
    I oIwever, at thel tail end of the
    fight, a pair of 10-pound
    striped bass were brought on
    board and quickly released.
    Striped bass had been
    stocked into Bugg's Island
    Lake a few years prior. We
    may have been some of the


    fir',t fishe-r-
    mrn to exr-
    ritence the
    bene fai of
    the Virginia
    gain- and
    fish st kingg
    tJcogram
    Several
    fishing sea-
    0stf sona s later
    -. .- my son.
    16ryLtacss Terry David,
    and I w-re.
    fishing on Florida's Lake
    flatchnihaw, which is part of
    the Kissimmee chain of lakes.
    The lakes were going
    through a draw down and
    most of the old lakes shore-
    line was high and dry. We
    were fishing in the deepest
    portion of the lake, appropri-
    ately called the Gator Hole.
    It was early afternoon
    when an approaching storm
    and dark clouds triggered a
    school of giant bass to move
    into a thick stand of nearby
    lily pads, where schooling
    shad was the main attraction.
    For the next 10 minutes.
    Terry David and I stayed
    hooked up to bass, weighing
    from -7 pounds, while work-
    ing 3/4-ounce rattle traps
    through the deep stand of lily
    pads.
    Several fishing seasons
    ago Capt. Richard Sheets was
    guiding Bill Ilamb to a nice
    school of Lofton Creek large-
    mouth bass. The pair of sea-
    soned bass fishermen were
    fishing in the famed
    Horseshoe Hole, where
    schooling largemouth bass
    action often takes place. Right
    on cue, a nice school of river
    bass showed up and began
    busting their live shiners
    fished shallow under small
    floats. At times bass weighing
    from 2-4 pounds were smack-
    ing their live baits right on
    the surface.


    tiH111t piLck -J 4' hi, ca_"
    r afn cas hii u.rtak:r pVW-
    right into thn,- rnididk- -f fhe
    sch.,r*,rg baa and t ..k tihe
    argri-s btas- ,, L trip. a La:
    ,ix-pjund bargr-iiuth
    More- thar 5k-rh the b
    bass catch I hav, e r 4ou~i
    across ti.xA phr r during the
    Le Ir.- los when the
    Bassmamsters ,r.- holding a
    lae fall event on the St. Johns
    River During the las -w
    h'uir of the final day of the
    threc-day .vent. a giant
    schild of five- to I0poiund
    bass mc~ed into the flodied
    timb-r and btgan crashing
    scho<,s of baitfish.
    Bassmasters capitalized on
    the bass feeding frenzy and
    weighed in a record number
    of weights at the Palatka
    BASS- tournament scales.
    During the months of
    October and November.
    Florida and Georgia bass fish-
    ermen will have the opportu-
    nity to enjoy some of the best
    schooling action of the year.
    In many cases it may just
    become a waiting game for
    the schools to show up at
    your favorite bass waters.
    It is critical to use your
    fish finder when locating
    schools of baitfish down deep.
    Schooling shad will almost
    always appear as clouds on
    your fish finder. Turning up
    your fish finder's sensitivity
    will help identify sch(ho;ing
    shad and bass down deep.
    Early afternoon, particular-
    ly when the sun has warmed
    up the water temperature dur-
    ing the fall, is the best time of
    day to find schooling action.
    Add a few clouds and an
    approaching storm with a
    light breeze and you have
    ideal conditions for catching
    schooling bass.
    Topwater plugs, including
    the Tiny Torpedo, Chug Bug,
    No. 11 Rapala and the Baby


    Hill lamb, above took this nice lAfton
    Creek bass with a surface plug when tuss
    were schooling in the filmed lHorseslth
    Hole. White spinner baits will take their
    share of ?schooling bass. Andrew
    I lumond, left, is pictured with a nice
    three-pound bass that was schooling in
    open water. Bass fishermen cast for
    schooling bass on famed Rodman
    Reservoir, when giant schoolls of big
    bass can be found running the open por-
    tions of the lake, below.
    i i, .' i' 11 i .ek V'A. 1.A ,) t IAM.


    Spook, are excellent plugs
    when bass are crashing bait-
    fish on the surface. Sub-sur-
    face lures successful for


    schooling bass include the
    Rattle Trap, white skirted
    Spinner Bait and finesse
    w6rms.


    Look for the largest bass
    of the school to be lurking
    deep under the school and
    feeding on injured baitfish.


    FLOUNDER, FLOUNDER


    s' ENM-,IT T
    .Jacohb Poulsen of Fernandina IBeach caught these two flounder near Fort Clinch
    Sunday, using large lively finger mullet on the bottom. lie started fishing at sunrise
    on the mid-outgoing tide. The fish weighted in at 11.86 and 9.02 pounds at Atlantic
    Bait & Suafood.


    FERNANDINA BEACu TIDES

    Tides, Sun & Moon: October 20-27, 2010


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    1 9A Low 1:06A 203'
    7 31 High 7:28A 7.80'
    5 18 Low 1:33P 20'
    6 499 High 7S0P 7.S9'
    6 3A Low 1 45 1 88
    732A High 809A 804'
    5 48 Low 1115A 2 14'
    648H Hgh 8300 759'


    2:24? I 75'
    8:49A 820'
    2:56i 201"
    9:09= 7 53'
    3:01A 1 6T
    9:28A 8.29
    3:35e 1.93'
    9-47P 7.44


    S. c- e 708A Low
    Fri. S' -nc 733' Hh
    Mre 621P Hgh
    10/22 ,,- t&47p Low
    SMoor 8P.W High
    Suee 733A:Low
    Sat. s-cor; s IS'gh
    |A/^'3 i 6 46P Low
    10/23 ,ori S7, Low
    ,oc &S7P ftj igh


    Sun Srrt 734 ^ Low 3-37t 162'
    n* Mcrset 903A 4gh 1007. 830'
    10/24 St i- Lw 3 1.93
    /2 Mcr-se 7 39 Hgh i0:27= 733'

    Scr. s 7 53L Law 4 i 62
    M On* Mccr/e, ,OO* 2 10- R 7A 87T
    |soe 6 44 Lcw 453; !99'
    10/25 8r3mcen 32 2 :', 7.12T


    SiSurrs
    Tues. EM o,
    10/26


    Wed. ie

    10/27


    736A
    10.59A
    &643'
    9-.19
    7-3&4A

    6.42'
    10W1A


    - 53; 66'
    S 3 8 2:'
    5.35' 209
    I -5 7 3'
    5:35- i76
    12- 7- 8 s6'
    6 21 2 22-
    1239= 708"


    HuntNassau MA
    If you are looking for a place to hunt this
    fall, you still have a chance to get a recreation-
    al use permit for the Nassau Wildlife
    Management Area near Callahan. All users.
    must possess a Nassau recreational use per-
    mit to hunt on this area.
    Nassau WMA is a still-hunt-only area, but
    hunters may use bird dogs during the migrato-
    ry bird and waterfowl hunting seasons.
    For those willing to pay $385 to hunt the
    area, Nassau WMA provides hunting opportu-
    nities during eight months of the year:
    Archery runs through Oct. 24; muzzleloading
    gun season runs from Oct. 30 through Nov. 7;
    general gun season is from Nov. 13, 2010,
    through Jan. 9, 2011; small game is from Jan..
    10 through March 6, 2011; spring turkey sea-
    son runs from March 19 through April 24,
    2011; and trapping can be done from Jan. 10
    through March 1, 2011.
    To apply for a permit, go to Myl'WC.com.
    Recreational use permits are designed to
    provide more revenue to landowners in the
    WMA system. Money set aside by the FWC to
    compensate those landowners for hunting on
    their lands was npt sufficient to compete with
    private hunting leases.
    Rather than have WMAs drop out of the
    system, the FWC offers recreational use per-
    mits. Fees collected from these permits sup-
    plement the compensation for private
    landowners, keeping their lands open to public
    hunting.
    Except for hunting, permit holders and
    their spouses or dependent children may par-
    ticipate in other activities on designated
    WMAs. Only permit holders and one depend-
    ent child (under age 16) may hunt. If spouses
    or more than one dependent child (under age
    16) wish to hunt, they must purchase a recre-


    The city of Femandina
    Beach Recreation Depart-
    ment (city website vwww
    fbfl us) offers
    Adtut volleyball is from 7-
    9 p m Tuesdays and Fndays
    at Peck Gym Cost is $2 per
    day for cty residents ($5 non-
    cty)
    Open basketball s Mon-
    days and Wednesdays from
    11 am to 515 p pm, Thurs-
    days from 11.a m to 7 p m
    and Saturdays and Sundays
    from 11 am to 4 pm at Peck
    Gym based on availability
    Fnday night men's one-
    pitch softball toumarrent is
    Nov 5 at the Ybor Alvarez
    fields on Bailey Road Tourn-
    amenItilabode by USSSA
    rules, five-home run limrt per
    team, then an inrrng-ending
    out. 35-miute time tmrt
    Teams wl suppty their own
    USSSA Classic M softbals
    Round-robin. then single-eim-
    inaton for tre top four tears
    Pnzesr or :st through third
    places Team fee ts $140
    Register by Nov 3 at Atantrc
    Center Con'ac; Jascr at 277-
    7350 or lbrown@fbf org for
    information
    Exercse dasses at Main
    Beach park are Mon da/s and
    Wednesday from 5 30-6 30


    national use permit. Recreational use permits
    also include a management area permit when
    hunting public lands not in the recreational
    use, program.
    Recreational use permits are area-specific
    and do hot apply to other recreational use pro-
    gram areas. Once permits are issued, they can
    be renewed annually for two additional years,
    essentially making them a three-year permit.
    People may submit applications online at
    https://
    www2.fl.wildlifelicense.com/start.php, or they
    can take a completed worksheet to a tax col-
    lector's office or any license agent, and those
    venues will submit the application.
    Worksheets are available at MyFWC.com/
    Hunting (click on "Limited Entry Hunts") and
    at the FWC regional office in Lake City and
    tax collectors' offices.
    Quota hunt permits are not required on
    WMAs within the recreational use program,
    because only recreational use permit holders
    may use the area.

    NSFAmeets
    The Nassau Sport Fishing Association
    meets the second Wednesday of each month
    at 7:30 p.m. and the fourth Wednesday at 7
    p.m. at the Ten Acres Kraft Athletic Club.
    Membership is open to the public. Call 261-
    9481 or visit www.fishnsfa.com.

    Bassmasn e meet
    Nassau Bassmasters, associated with the-
    BASS National Federation and the Florida
    BASS Federation, meets the third Thursday in
    Yulee. Membership is open to anyone at least
    16 years old. Call Bob Schlag at (912) 729-2282
    or Billy Kittrell at 225-0267.
    E-mail information for this column to Beth
    Jones, bjones@fbnewsleadercom.


    pm and Tuesdays and
    Thursday from 7-8 a.m Full
    body toning, cardio, deep
    stretching and abs with in-
    structor Beth Lapaich Cost is
    $10 per dass (city, $12 non-
    city Call Lapaich at (219)
    363-9493 e-mal blapaich@
    hotmail.com or vist www.beth
    lapaich corn for information.
    Peck Gym weight room is
    open from 11 am to 7 p m.
    Monday through Friday and
    from 11 a m to 4 p m.
    Saturday and Sundays Cost
    is S3 a day or $25 a month for
    cty residents ($30 non-cty).
    Personal training is available.
    Fee is $30 per session, $75
    per week (three sessions) or
    $200 a month (two sessions
    per week for four weeks).
    Monthly packages come with
    cdetary analysis and food pro-
    gram Call Jay at 277-7364 for
    information
    Check out Central Park
    tennis court keys at the Atlan-
    tic Center ($5 deposit refund-
    abe f r etumed within a year)
    PADI open water scuba
    cer'"cation is available Par-
    tcipants must provide masks,
    snorkels fins booties and
    weight betts- Fee is $250
    (addtx na; fee for check-out
    div'es) Register at Atlantic


    Center Call Kathy Russell at
    277-7350.
    Lap swim is from 6-9 a.r
    and noon to 3 p m. Monday
    through Friday at Atlantic
    Center Cost is $2 a day
    Aqua 1 water aerobics is
    from 10-10:55 a m. weekdays
    at the Atlantic Center pool
    Deep water aerobics (aqua frt-
    ness belts required) is Mon-
    days, Wednesdays and Fn-
    days from 1-1155 a m Cost
    as $50 per month (city resi-
    dents) and $55 (non-aty) for
    one class per day. $60 (cty
    residents) and $70 (non-city)
    for two classes, or $5 for one
    class, $10 for two
    Femandina Beach Scuba
    Club meets at 6 p m the sec-
    ond Friday at the Atlantic Ave-
    nue Recreation Center Call
    Kathy Russell, 753-1143, ore-
    mail krussell@fbfl org for
    information
    Atlantic Center pool pub-
    lic swim hours are from from
    3-6 p m weekdays ($2) and
    from noon to 5 p m week-
    ends ($3) Monthly pool pass-
    es are available.
    Coed exercise is from
    6:30-7:30 p m Tuesdays and
    Thursday at the MLK Center
    Fee is $2 per class (city), $3
    (non-city)


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    TRIA THLON ON AMELIA


    SPORTS SHORTS


    L".. :-. _
    Thel defending Amelia Man Triathlon men's champ, Evva Evans of Palm Coast, left,
    holds aloft the finish-line tape after winning again in 2:04:21 Sunday. Women's winner
    of the Amelia Man, Tricia Rydson of Melbourne BIkach, right, crosse, the finish line in
    2:23:13.


    Sean McGill of Fernandina Bieach, left, finished the
    Atlantic Coast in 5:22:23. Randall lIkll of IFernandina
    Beach, center, finished the Atlantic Coast Triathlon in
    4:59:36, fourth in 40-44 age group. Deborah Dunham
    of Fernandina Beach, right, finished the Amelia Man in
    2:45:54, third in 40-44 age group. Results are at
    www.drcsports.com.


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    -e.lioers c' ai ages Necoramers are always
    a.secxre an, 'oarne eoiu:rert .s available
    'ree c' -ar'ge
    N--, AE3C teams are trading for -he 2010
    Open Arctih .will be ne a Nov 13-14 This
    year some 220 players are expected from 24
    states Canada and Europe For information
    vsit arri~aisiancboules blogspot corn or
    AW.v. petanque-arrenca-open ccm


    Jotin Team Nirvana
    Team Nirvana will have their first training
    session on Oct 23 at 9.30 a m at Main
    Beach, beginning a 15-week training sched-
    ule to run run/walk, walkkun or walk the
    marathon for breast cancer Feb 13 This will
    be the fourth season Team Nirvana has par-
    ticipated in this event Training s free, mem-
    bers meet Saturdays All ages and genders
    are welcome Call Liz Kawecki at 415-YOGA


    Basal school

    Local baseball coach Shelly Hall is offenng
    baseball lessons through his new school For
    information, contact him at 583-0377


    FloridaCPa eg a kfist
    Guests and locals can enjoy the fun and
    excitement at the Omni Amelia Island
    Plantation during the annual football week-
    end, when the Georgia Bulldogs take on their
    long-time rivals, the Florida Gators, in nearby
    Jacksonville. From the Frat Bash and drink
    specials to the boardwalk celebrations and
    Halloween Carival, the Omni Amelia Island
    Plantation has an assortment of events open
    to the public Oct. 29.


    A.s g.ess aw-e >e. can svwng oy The
    Sea & S'ics ti' a 'e-party from noor !o 5
    - i- re r'-i a-ic mtre ftes!best s F*,t" 4-
    5 : -' e k .eta s Wheels pa'"kng o'
    easls za- ercz. -te -salioween Carn va tea-
    :j-; ,a aoes :xcr'g lo' apples ccstirme
    ri'es: 3a-nes p -:aes and spook) antertar'-
    -e-: "~ e h- ee farrtl The Spa & Sthos
    si s r' *noe r.'r ,,!' a Boarduwar Bast
    '-om 5-8 p -t 'eaa!'ng live entenairntr't
    F;a, eea-, g a is capped off wt the
    anr.;a; F:at 5as, nrucring fopd bar and a
    gcia 'e nhe Part) Band of the South '
    T'he S., ,nn F.Mecalons ll keep everyone
    canc3g ti t'ine wee nors Party goers wll
    a-sc 'eas' on sauteed gator tail, gnled chtck-
    er breast sandwiches hot dogs and pasta
    saad Ticxets can be purchased in advance
    'or $55 per person or at the door for $60 per
    oersoy
    Guests can stay at the Omni Amelia Island
    Plan'aton for $199 per night on Fnday and
    Saturday To purchase advance tickets to the
    r-at Bash call 491-4646
    For nformaton. call 1-800-The-Omri or
    visit www omniamelsaisandplantation cor


    Friends of te NRAdtmnn
    The National RFfle Association fnends in
    Nassau County wll host a dinner at 6 p m
    Nov 4 at the Callahan Fairgrounds located at
    543350 US Hwy 1 in Callahan Tickets are
    $35 per person Contact Allison Haga at (904)
    765-7158 or hagafamfl@aol corn for more
    information


    Shoowtth the shff
    The I Shot with the Nassau County Sheriff
    shoot to benefit Cops and Kids will be held
    Nov 5 at Amelia Shotgun Sports, 86300 Hot
    Shot Trail in Yulee Register at 9 a m, shoot
    at 10 am and lunch is at 12 30 pm Fee is
    $500 for tour-person teams or $300 for two-
    person teams Pre-register by Oct 23, fee is
    $650 after Oct 23 for four-man teams Call
    548-4027


    Beanumpire
    Baseball and softball umpires may join the
    fastest growing umpires association in
    Northeast Florida, the River City Umpires
    Association. River City Umpires is currently
    recruiting men and women to officiate base-
    ball and softball. If you live or work in Baker,
    Bradford, Clay, Duval, Putnam, St Johns and
    Nassau counties, call Terry Padgett at (904)
    879-6442 or visit www.rivercityumps.com


    LEGAL NOTICES


    NOTICE OF PUBUC SALE
    BIL8'STOWING gives Notice
    of Foreclosure of Lien and
    intent to sell these vehicles on
    11/08/2010. 8:30 am at 425S
    8TH ST FERNANDINA FL 32034-
    3609. pursuant to subsection
    713.78 of the Florida Statutes.
    BILLS TOWING reserves the
    nght to accept or reject any
    and/or ai bids.
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    STATE OF FLORIDA
    DEPARTMENT Of
    ENVIRONMENTAL
    PROTECTION
    NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE
    PERMIT
    The Department of Enrwon-
    mental Protection gives notice
    of ts Intent to issue a perrlt to
    Srurfit Stone Contadner
    Corporation. Scott Grimes.
    Gnerd Manager. North 8h
    Sheet Fernarnha Beach Flori-
    da 32035 to operate a 37.5
    mgd Industrld wastewater
    treatment focty which would
    dischage 30 mgd of process
    wastewater and 7.5 mgd
    stormwater to Amelia River
    the 6clty is located at lat1-
    S304'047 41 N longitude
    81 27'21 7 Won600 North 8th
    Steet. Femans a Beach FRor-
    do 32034 in Nassau County
    The Intent to issue and
    appicatlon le are available
    for pubic inspection during
    normal business hours 8.00
    am to 5.00 p.m., Monday
    through Friday. except legal
    holdoys at the Deportment's
    Northeast Dstict Ofice. 7825
    Baymeadows Way Site 8200.
    Jacksonvile. Florida 32256-
    7577, at phone number
    (904)807-3300
    The Department wi issue
    the permit with the attached
    condtoons uness a timely pe#-
    bian for an adn ritrative hear-
    ng s flied under Sections
    120569 and 12057 Florida
    Satuife within fourteen days
    of teceipt of notice The pro-
    cedes tor petitioning for a
    hearing are set forth below
    A person whose substan-
    ial interests are affected by
    the Deportment s proposed
    permitting decision may pet-
    ion for an o adrenlstirave pro-
    ceedng (hearing) under
    Sectons 120569 and 12057
    Florida Sautes 1the petition
    must canton the norrnahaon
    set forth below and must be
    Bed (received by the erk)
    n the OCice of General Can-
    se of the Departmen at 3T00
    Commonwealth Boulevardt
    Mai Staion 36 Talahasee
    Forida 32399-3=000
    Ltd RU le 62-110106(4)
    FRordo Adrrinastrave Code
    a person may request an
    erter-cn of he time or ing
    a petition for an acirWstro-
    tive hearqn the request must
    be Med (received bv the
    Cerin the Coice of G-erral
    C.cmvel before the end of the
    me penrod for tng a pettcn
    for an onTaUr. atife hearTv
    Pethaios ed by any oer-
    sons other 'han hose entrited
    to ~.ti e noce under Sectcn
    120 60(3) Filda Stautoes rTrus
    beo ed @-rn fourteen da; of
    pu ication of the notice or
    whn t keen days of recent
    oft he wnrfen notice wh i,-
    er occurs first Section
    120063) FiPondc SOA3lut. hs-
    ever oao daows that any per
    son iwho has asked 'he
    Deportment for notice of
    aogeny ack n may le a pora
    tion ttin fourteen days o0
    recent or such notce 'egrd-
    ess to the late of publcalon
    The pettioner shdl rma a
    copy of the petition to the
    'appicar at the address ird-
    cated above at the tirne of
    ling the fakle of any person
    to se a perlion or request for
    an eltenson of time within
    fourteen days of receipt of
    notice shod constitute a wiv-
    er of that person s right to


    request an administrative
    determination (hearing) under
    Sections 120.569 and 120.57.
    Rorida Statutes. Any subse-
    quent intervention (in a pro-
    ceedng Intiated by another
    party) wil be only at the ds-
    cretion of the presiding officer
    upon the filing of a motion in
    Scomplicasce with Rule 28-
    106.205, Rorida Administrative
    Code.
    A petition that disputes the
    material facts on which the
    Department's action is based
    must contain the following
    information. as indicated in
    Rule 28-106.201. Rorida
    Admiristrative Code:
    The name and address of
    each agency affected and
    Each agency's file or identifi-
    cation number. if lnown:
    The name, address, and
    telephone number of the peti-
    tioner the name. adckess qnd
    telephone number of the peti-
    toner's representative. If any.
    which hall be the address for
    service purposes during the
    course of the proceeding and
    an explanation of how the
    petitioner's substantial Inter-
    ests wil be affected by the
    determination
    A statement of when and
    how the petitioner received
    notice of the Department's
    decision
    A statement of al disputed
    Issues of material fact. If there
    are none, the petition must so
    indicate:
    A conase statement of the
    ultimate facts alleged includ-
    ing the specific facts the peti-
    tioner contend warrant rever-
    sal or modification of the
    Department's proposed
    action
    A statement of the specif-
    ic rules or statutes the peti-
    tioner contends require rever-
    sal or modification of the
    Department's proposed
    actoo and
    A statement of the relief
    sought by the pettioner stat-
    ing precisely the action peti-
    tioner wishes the Deprtment
    to take with respect tp the
    Department s proposed
    action
    Because the admiristrative
    hearing process is designed
    to formulate final agency
    octors the bng of a petition
    means that the Department's
    ind aclaon may be different
    om he position taken by it
    in the notice Persons whose
    substantial interests will be
    affected by any such final
    decision of the Department
    hqve the right to petition to
    become a party to the pro-
    ceedng n accordance with
    the reugrements set forth
    above
    n oadd hon to requesting
    an odnrr stwhrve hearing any
    petitoner may elect to pur-
    sue medraon The election
    nmy be accorrpthed by "ig
    wth the Department a med-
    aoln agreement with al par-
    tiesto tchproceedng (L the
    appbcan the Department
    and any person who has Med
    o ti-elv and sucslent petition
    for aheag) The agreement
    must contain a the 1nforma-
    tion required b Rule 28-
    106 04 PRaond Admrstrative
    Code The agreemer rust be
    recer.ed y the Clerk n the
    Caice o CGeneral Counsel of
    the Departen at 3900 Com-
    mon~~e
    Staion 35 iTalhassee RFndo
    32391-3. wittn ten da-ys
    after the deadxne or flng a
    pef on set forth above
    Choosi g -edaton wi not
    advenrI, afect The right to a
    necarpg '-*edtahon doe no
    rer un a settlement
    As prodded in Section
    120 573 Rado Statutes the
    flmef' a r-eer-enf of ac par-
    ties to rs-dare w tol tie ftne
    trrrtars r-cosed by Sections
    120 56C acr '2057 Rorida
    Statutes tcr Mol-ig on drrm-
    straive hearrn and sung a
    final order ress otherwise
    agreed bv he parties the
    medation rust be concrlded


    within sixty days of the execu-
    tori of the agreement. f med-
    ation results in settlement of
    the administrative dispute, the
    Department must enter a find
    order incorporating the agree-
    ment of the parties. Persons
    seeking to protect their sub-
    stantil interests that would be
    affected by such a modified
    final decision must file their
    petitions within fourteen days
    of recent of tlis notice, or they
    shall be deemed to have
    waived their right to a pro-
    ceeding under Sections
    120.569 and 120.57. Florida
    * Statutes. If mediation termi-
    nates without settlement of
    the dispute, the Department
    shall notify all parties in waiting
    that the admiristrative hearing
    processes under Sections
    120.569 and 12057, Florida
    Statutes, remain available for
    disposition of the dispute and
    the notice will specify the
    deadlnes that then wilt apply
    for challenging the agency
    action and electing remedies
    under those two statutes.
    It110-20-2010
    9374

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
    AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    Case No.: 10-DR-1058
    Division: B
    Gobrielo Meltictva.
    Petitioner
    and
    Diosdado Robdna
    Gonzales.
    Respondent
    NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
    DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
    To Diosdado Robadna Gonza-
    les
    Last known address: 86017
    Kensington Court, Yulee. FL
    32097
    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
    action has been filed agdnst
    you and that you arere qired
    to serve copy of your written
    defenses, if acy. to it on Gabri-
    ela Meichova whose address
    is 86017 Kensington Court
    Yuee. FL 32097 on or before
    11/13/10 and ie the orgind
    with the clerk of ths Court at
    76347 Veteras Wayi.Yulee FL
    32097 before service on Peti-
    toner or immediately there-
    after. I you fal to do so a de-
    fault may be entered against
    you for the relef demanded n
    the petition
    Copies of d court docu-
    ments n this case Icmludng
    orders ore ovalable at the
    C:erk of the Curcuit Court s
    office ou may revme these
    documents upon request
    You must keep the Cerk of
    the Circut Court s office no4-
    fied of your current address
    (You may le Notice or Curren
    Address Forido Suprer.e
    Court Approved Farnri Lra
    Form !2.915) Future papers f
    ties kiwsut wit t. e ra-e d to
    the address on record at t'e
    clerk s office
    WARNING R.Ie '2 285
    Rondo FarrnL Laow Rues o'
    Procedure requires certaso
    automatic dsco-ure of do-
    uments and nforrmaon
    Fatue to comory can resr r
    sanctors r n drg dsrr-cd
    or stAlar of coeadrngs
    Datea Cctob:er 12 20,'
    John A Croaiord
    CLERK Cf TE T RC'r
    COLE
    BY s,' -ia H 4 eoch-r-
    DEPiTY CLERI.
    4t 10-202- i 1-G3C-2i-
    Q375

    USED CAR AUCTION
    Kic Keffer C J c
    46.137 SP 200
    Yulee F1 3207i
    (90; 277-6169
    Rick Kef Wr CCi crr-i
    **er or *'*0 -eiesL, 'Cj Labt
    and erw-ceC petynrr- A rinO
    soroge chores We *< rmcd'
    an xocTn on ?O -cO r 1 fl-
    201C aot 'AM 'o "r-e Th cs.
    ig vehdces
    02 Jeep VYtarner
    (IJAFAJ9S72P71203C0
    Sun of charges SZ204l'


    Located at: 464037 SR 200/
    Yulee. R 32097
    '03 Dodge Neon
    (IB3ES56CX3D168368)
    Sum of charges: $1592.50
    Located at: 464037 SR 200/
    Yulee, R 32097
    SIf pad. the cash sums listed
    would be sufficient to redeem
    the vehicle from the lien
    claimed by Rick Keffer DCJ.
    According to section 713.585
    of Florida Statutes, the lien
    claimed by Rick Keffer DCJ is
    subject to enforcement and
    the vehicle may be sold to sat-
    isy the lien. The owner of each
    vehicle or any person cddming
    an interest in or lien hereon
    has the right to a hearing at
    any time prior to the sched-
    uled date of sole by filing a
    demand for hearing with the
    clerk of the circuit court in
    Nassau county, and mailing
    copies of the demand for
    hearing to all other owners
    and lienors as reflected on the
    notice of claim of Ilen. The
    owner of each vehicle has a
    nght to recover possession of
    the vehicle without instituting
    judcid proceedings by post-
    ing bond in accordance with
    the provisions of section
    559 917. Florido Statues (Motor
    Vehicle Repair Act). Any pro-
    ceeds from the sale of the
    vehicle remaining after pay-
    ment of the amount cddmed
    to be due and owing to Rick
    Keffer DCJ will be deposited
    with the clerk of circuit court
    for disposition upon court
    order.
    It 10-202010
    9376

    NOTICE Of PUBUC SALE
    BILS TOWING gives Notice
    of Foreclosure of Lien and
    intent to sell these vehicles on
    11/01/2010, 8:30 am at 425 S
    8TH ST FERNANDINA FL 32034-
    3609. pursuant to subsection
    713.78 of the Florida Statutes
    BILSS TOWING reserves the
    right to accept or reject any
    and/or al bids.
    1 D7HA16K25J62033 2005
    DODGE
    3CAFY48B34T322723 2004
    CHRYSLER
    3VWSO29M01 M060015 2001
    VOLVWAGEN
    It 10-20-2010
    0379

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
    4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. N
    AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    CIVIL ACTION
    CASE NO 40-2009-CA-
    000824
    SrJr-ST MORTGAGE- INC.
    Pkar.tf-

    WCt-ALDT BASTIANt
    TEPHAE J BASTIAN.
    2NjiO'yv TENANT() IN
    PCOSSESS Of THE SUBJECT
    P OPERThI
    Detncdrfs,
    .OTCE CA FOrELCVSJRE
    SALE
    NOCCE S HEREBY S'.'l
    ,cxxrt *co nad rxidgnrr,-t
    s' Co'crodse dated e I1 1 t
    dci. C o-t tsr 201C ardeo-
    treed r Case o 45-20CZXCA-
    300t24 ct e rOCut C.orr at
    -3 $A-xt Cout ir, 0 r-c
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    STATE OF FLORIDA KNOWN
    AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
    ALLTHAT CERTAIN PECE OR
    PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE,
    LYING AND BEING IN THE
    SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION
    14, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH. RANGE
    23 EAST, NASSAU COUNTY,
    FLOREIA.
    BEINGALSOA PORTIONOF
    THE LANDS DESCRIBED IN OFFI-
    CIAL RECORDS BOOK 1387.
    PAGES 971 AND 972 OF THE
    PUBUC RECORDS OF NASSAU
    COUNTY, FLORIDA. SAID POR-
    TION BEING MORE PARTICU-
    LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
    LOWS:
    FOR A POINT OF REFER-
    ENCE COMMENCE AT THE
    NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
    SECTION 14, AND GO SOUTH
    00 DEGREES 38' 00" WEST
    ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID
    SECTION 14 1,278.40 FEET (PER
    DEED); THENCE GO NORTH 88
    DEGREES 58'00' WEST ALONG
    THE LINE BETWEEN THE NORTH-
    EAST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST
    1/4 AND THE SOUTHEAST 1/4
    OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
    SAID SECTION 14 FOR 1.255.00
    FEET (PER DEED)TO THE.OLD
    FENCE CORNER AT THE REC-
    OGNIZED NORTHEAST CORNER
    OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE
    NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION
    14 ANDTHE NORTHEAST COR-
    NER OF LAND DESCRIBED IN
    DEED BOOK 106, PAGE 214
    THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES
    12' 34 WEST (NORTH 88
    DEGREES 58' 00" WEST PER
    DEED) A DISTANCE OF 151.60
    FEET (152.00 FEET PER DEED) TO
    THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY
    LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NO.
    121 (A 100 FOOT RIGHT OF
    WAY) (FORMERLY STATE ROAD
    121); THENCE SOUTH 88
    DEGREES 31' 47-WEST (SOUTH
    88 DEGREES 32' 00 WEST PER
    DEED) A DISTANCE OF 50.00
    FEET TO THE CENTERUNE OF
    AFOREMENTIONED COUNTY
    ROAD NO. 121 AND TO THE
    POINT OF CURVATURE OF A
    CURVE CONCAVE TO THE
    WESTERLY-HAVING A RADIUS
    OF 5.729.58 FEET; THENCE IN A
    SOUTHERLY DIRECTION ALONG
    THE ARC OF SAID CURVE
    THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE
    OF 05 DEGREES 52 13'. AN
    ARC DISTANCE OF 587 03 FEET
    AND BEING SUBTENDED BY A
    CHORD BEARING AND DIS-
    TANCE OF SOUTH 01 DEGREES
    27' 54' WEST. 586.77 FEET
    (SOUTHERLY ALONG THE CEN-
    TER OF PAVEMENT AND RIGHT
    OF WAY SAD STATE ROAD ON
    A 1 DEGREE CURVE TO THE
    RIGHT HAVING A RADIUS Of
    5 72973 FEET of 58373 FEET TO
    THE END OF THE CURVE PER
    DEED). THENCE SOUTH. 85
    DEGREES 36 0o0 EAST PER
    DEED) A DISTANCE Of 50 00
    FEETTO THE EASTERN REHT OF
    WAY OF AFOREMRENTIONED
    COUNTY ROAD NO 121
    THECE SOUTH Ot EGREE 24
    00' WEST ALONG THE EASTERLY
    RIGHT OF WAY Of AFORE-
    MENTIONED COUNTY ROAD
    NO 121 ADIS CEOF 4A88';4
    1488 50 FEET PER DEED) TO THE
    PONT of BEGebiRG
    T1-CE SOTH 83 DEGREES
    16 00" EAST (SOJTH 86 OE-
    GrEES 16 O WR CDEED)A DS-
    TA' CE OF 237 04 FEET (23M50
    EET PER DEED) TO THE EASS-
    EPLY tiE Of Ef SOTireF.S9
    'L CF T-HE CTiEfASg i 1L-4
    SAO) SEC-O' 14 TSENICE
    SCOC.- 01 36 5' EA57 (SCJ'H



    -'i 14 AS LCCAL ACCEPT-
    EDS r sw'AAF. f AN OCA'
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    "r>iCE ,?)Tr-3 83 cEGREES
    :* 0C '.EST A DIA'NCE CA
    260 C 1 FEET (26200 FEET PER
    DEE:; r- THE EAS-ER'B.y RP--
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    -'.iED COJ f' rOAD '2!
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    INTEREST INTHE SURPLUS FROM
    THE SALE IF ANY OTHER THAN
    THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
    THE DATE OF THE US'PENDENS
    MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
    DAYS AFTER THE SALE
    If you are a person with a
    disability who reeds, ny
    accommodation in order to
    particpate in Ms proceedings
    you are entitled at no cost to
    you to the provision of certain
    assistance please contact the
    ADA Coordinator at crtin-
    trpco.lnet or (904) 630-2564
    at least 7 days before your
    scheduled court appearance,
    or immediately upon receiv-
    ing this notification if the time
    before the scheduled cppear-
    ance is less than 7 days; if you
    are hearing or voice Irrpdred.
    ccd 711.
    Dated this 11th day of
    October, 2010.
    Jon A. Crawford
    Clerk of the Circut Court
    By /s/ AmandoSteam
    Deputy Clerk
    Submitted by:
    Law office of Moarhd C.
    .Watson
    1800 NW 49th Street. Sute
    120
    Fort Lauderdale. Forida
    33309
    Telephone: (964) 453-0366
    Focsirre: (954) 771-6052
    Tol Free: 1-800-441-2438
    21 10-20-27-2010
    9380

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
    AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    CIVIL ACTION
    CASE NO.: 46-200b-CA-
    000706
    HOUSEHOLD FINANCE COR-
    PORATION. II
    Pkntift
    vs.
    EDWARD L DDEN A/K/A
    EDWARD LYNN DIDEN BECKY
    S. DIDEN A/K/A BECKY SUE
    DDEN MORTGAGE ELEC-
    TRONC REGISTRATION SYS-
    TBIS INCORPORATED AS
    NOMINEE FOR E-LOAN INC..
    UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF AMY
    LEAH HAND. UNKNOWN
    SPOUSE OF FRANK N SCOTT
    HAND AIK/A BEVERlY HAND
    UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN
    POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
    PROPERTY.
    Defendat(s).
    NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
    FORECLOSURE SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GiVEN
    pUrcrt to a n Oder Resertng
    Foreciosre Sale dated 7th
    day of October. 2010 and
    entered in Case NO 4-20016-
    CA-O0070. of ioe Ccut Court
    of the 4TH Juxod l rcut in
    and tor NASSAU Cournt
    Rornd wheren rHOSEHBOLD
    FINAtCE CORPORAT-t i st *-
    Plarc and EDWARD L CEeJ
    A.(/A EEW/ARD LYP#i DOE14
    BECXOYS DIEN A/K/A BECX'
    -3E DOEt MOoTGAGE ELEC-
    TPONBC REGISTRATK)*i SnS-
    TEMS INCORPORATED AS
    t*CMlIEE FOR E-LCANi C.
    EYW N SPOUSE Of AM.AY
    LEAH HAND. J(K4? 4
    Sw-~.JS OF FRAINJt SC CT
    HAto A/K/A A/ER'L NADC)
    ,P OC .MIN T4NANT(S) JXA4
    DOCE iAE DDE AS* UIJ.W4
    7EcOAN(S) e P-S5ESSC -- e
    TE 9JBJECjT PQOPE-RTY are i
    C-efer*rcrs .WAseA to o
    a'ndiest atd best bdde'r o
    c-or3f '* 30AM 3a M "AS.
    Eir'A!iCE 0V TE C AA J
    CC)'-ifY Jc-CIA.L A'TrEY
    '5347 /ETETRA'I6 WAY C
    -OCVdAC 32)77 at te troraE
    0.jrfty Co'rtoArse n fdeeA
    crnd at It X A.o, 't -
    3o. of !ire-ce 20' -'e
    tilo as sef ft-h r. sad FPrd

    Lor 4 E?< r(7) LOW4AJ qi-
    w/JC'i ACCocls 7n
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    to ',iAT 'SCe' 5 PGE 3a1 CA


    Aif PERSC 4CASANG, t I
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    6 SALE f A/WI OrCHEP -MA'
    .4E 9-OcftoE V'/TEi9 A) CC


    THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS
    MUST FLE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
    DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
    If you are a person with a
    disability who needs any
    accommodation order to
    partipate inths poceedng.
    you are entlIled at no cost to
    youto theprovision of certain
    a aitcrioe please contact the
    ADA Coordinator at crtrn-
    trpcoj.net or (904) 630-2564
    at least 7 days before your
    schedied court appearance.
    or immediately upon receiv-
    ing this notification if the time
    before the scheded appear-
    ance is less than 7 days; i you
    are hearing or voice irpdred
    cal 711.
    Dated this 8th day of
    October. 2010.
    John A.Crawford
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    By: Is/ C. Easterwoof
    Deputy Clerk
    Submitted by.
    Law office of Morhal C.
    Watson
    1800 NW 49th Street, Sute
    120
    Fort Lauderdde, Florida
    33309
    Telephone: (964) 453-0366
    Focsrre: (95) 771-6062
    Tol Free: 1-800-441-2438
    2110-20-27-2010
    9381

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUF. IN
    AND POR NASSAU COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    CIVL ACTION
    CASE NO.46-2010-CA-
    000192-AXXX-YX
    SUNTRUST MORTGAGE. INC.
    Picyliff,
    vs.
    CHERYL I. HARGROE' MORT-
    GAGE ELECTRONIC REGIS
    TRATION SYSTEMS. INCORPO-
    RATED AS NOMINEE FOR
    HIGH TRUST BANK; NASSAU
    LAKES COOMMLNTY COUN-
    CIL INC.. A DISSOLVED COR-
    SPORATION UNKNOWN
    SPOUSE OF CHERYL L HAR-
    GRCOVE UNKNOWN
    TENANT( IN POSSESSION OF
    THE SUBJECT PROPERTY.
    Defendat(s).
    NOTICE Of FORECLOSURE
    SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    pursucyx to a final Judgnent
    of Forecosre dated e 12th
    day of October. 2010 and en-
    teredin Case No 45-2010-CA-
    000192 f the Crcut Court of
    the 4TH Judicid Crcut in and
    for NASSAU County, Forida
    .twremn SUNTRUST MORT-
    GAGE NiC .ihe Pkxinr aicr
    CHERYL I HARGRO/E: MORT-
    GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
    TON SYSTEMS. NCORPORAT-
    ED AS NOMINEE FOR HIGH
    TRUST BAtK. NASSAU LAKES
    COOAN41Y COVX CL INC.
    A DISSOLVED CORPOCAT)C
    lWjM4N SPCOIJ O COF MR
    I HARG4OE. UINKOCMAEfEI-
    AIn t IN POSSESSitC OF THE
    9JJECT PQCOPERY are detes-
    Jdnts. -, sel to tho ighes
    ard best b'der for cach at
    11 30AM at the MAIN EN-
    TRPANCE 0F THE tlASSAU
    CCGJNT Jit JDCIAL ANNHEY
    76347 VETE A.AS WAt YIJLEE
    CFLCA 32097 athe NsOau
    Corrty t Corthonse in Yuee.
    R rada at 11 30 am on th
    22 day of Nvereti 2010. fte
    ltol*org dsclted property
    s set fort n ,Sad Fired
    -)rr*m rt to .It
    LOT a.oLCV OF4 NASSAU
    .IAXESSUO -C/S9 PHASE 1-B
    '-StA ACCO CDIrG TO THE
    J"A TERECA AS 51CORDED
    IN -AT BOOXe 6 PAGES 175
    A'.O '765 C4 TE PUBLc
    SECAN5 COf IAA COJN-

    AM rs eJ C4IAJSG #4A
    FTERES5 NTrI S-IRP.JJ FOC4A
    TH SALE SAE I AIr OTHER THAN
    T"6 'Sr t' C~itER AS OF
    ,HE DATE OF THE LS PRO1E6
    ;:UA .EP A QC AT -WHI 6i0
    ZA S AFTER i-E SALE
    s ,y, are a person ith a
    dn3tdiir -r-, necds arly
    accor'- rnoddl, r. order to
    pros1O~ re i poceedrg
    'j are e r-4ed at rin cst Ito


    you to the provision of certr
    Sasostance please contact thf
    ADA Coordinator at crtin
    trp@coj.net or (904) 630-256.
    at least 7 days before you
    schedAedc6ut appearance
    or Immediately upon recelv
    ing ttitnotfMeaton if th*,W
    before the scheduled ppea
    anoe,1slelmthan 7datryD'
    arehedng or voice mpchec
    ccl 711.
    Dated this 12th day c
    October, 2010.
    John A.Crawford
    Clerk of the Circut Court
    By: /s/ Amanda Steam
    Deputy Cerk
    Submitted by:
    Law office of Marshtx C.
    Watson
    1800 NW 49th Street. Sute
    120
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    33309
    Telephone: (964) 463-0366
    Facsrnle: (954) 771-6052.
    Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 .
    2110-20-27-2010
    9382

    IN THE CIRCUIT COUIRTOf I
    FOURTH JUDICIAL CICUI.
    AND FOR NASAU COUNT.
    FLORIDA
    CA NO. 09-CA-32
    DIVISION: A
    COMPASS BAN
    Pladrnt,
    vs.
    DAVID WADE TURNER. JR
    MONICA TURNER; BLDBE
    FIRSTSOUCE-FLORIDA.I. UC.
    foreign Irrited libatiy com-
    pay; and UNKNOWN TEN-
    ANT IN POSESSIONt
    Defendant.
    NOTICE OF SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that pursue to Order of Ssur-
    mary Jugmert ofForedon
    in thi" oaue. In the Crcuit
    Court of Nasau Courty.
    Flordak I w ll the property -
    uated In Nassau Cou*y.
    Flodda desaibed a
    Lot 17. Timberlad Esita.e
    accor*drg to he plat thereof
    ac recorded in Plat Book 6.
    Poges 195 ad 196. of the
    Publc Records of Nasou
    Cour*y. Rodda
    And wtich postal address a
    75676 Edwards RooadLYee. FL
    32097
    at Publc Sale. to he highest
    and best bidder, for cah at
    the fint of the Naiu Courty
    Courthouse. 76347 Veaeran's
    Way. YUee, For da 32097. at
    11 30 am. onthe 22nd day at
    Noverter. 2010
    ANY PERSOINCLAAW3 AN
    INTEREST INT S SURPI FROM
    THE SALE. f ANY. OTHER THAN
    THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
    THE DATE OF THE US PEAENS
    MUST FLE A CLAIM WHINH 60
    DAYS AFTER THE SALE
    Si you ar a person wih a ds-
    abty who needs ary
    aocorrnrNodoon in order to
    lpatse n this pecicede
    you are erlied at no cost to
    yotu to pe pro0io f certain
    asotanee Please contact
    ADA Coord~raor at crtn-
    irpco rnet or (904) 630-2564
    at least 7 day before four
    idhedJedcourt alpp nce.
    or rrwnedatk f upon recev-
    vrg it rnodUlcon r the rrne
    beIore te deded apear-
    aoce.a les txan 7 daft it you
    are hearing or ioc irryraed
    cd 711
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    Seal of te Coit 12t day of
    October 2010
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    EHIPrANC OF THE NASSAU
    owJrNY JUDICIAL AMEX.
    76347 VETERANS WA YULEE.
    FL on ts 2nrd day of Nwern-
    ber 2010 between lB hoars
    of I r am and 200 p.m e
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    tI ,iriormedianyaccorm-
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    ore oreld aol rio cost to you
    Ito e FioitW, do certdn aC'su
    fare Ptl ADA Coorca cor at (904) 648-
    4600 pres 0. ac larst 7 das
    before ylour sedled court
    appearcea. or Irrrmedately
    upon rieciing h3i notffico-
    ton if tle t me before thes
    s.-whe-e appearance is le*
    shan 7 sdays you aore heara
    or voice wrparecd cal 711
    4t 09-29 1006-13-20-2010
    9320

    NOINCE OF APFUCAIION FO
    TAX DEED
    NOfICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that HORNVI LLC. to holder d
    e following cerwtllcde) ha
    led sad ctrcae(s) lor a kca
    deed to bw sued thereon.
    The certil(lcal nuriber() ond
    year of auance, the descrip-
    ion of the property and the
    name(s) n which it is aCeeed
    re acs folows
    File Number 2010060-TD
    Cerhtcate Number 316
    Parcel Number: 24-2N-24-
    0000-00140040
    Year of sJuance: 2008
    Description of Property.
    PI OF SE 1/4 P OR570 PG
    404
    Assessed To: -
    HERMAN WRIGHT EST. UNDA
    LONG. CURTIS WRIGHT. ROSE
    WAY EMILY WRIGHT. SIDNEY
    WRIGHT MARILYN CRUMMEL
    SHRYLMING
    Al of te above property is
    located in Naiau County in
    the State of Florida
    Unless such certficate(s)
    shall be redeemed occorchg
    to law. the property described
    in such certificate or certit-
    cates wl be sold to the Hig-
    est Bidder at the MAIN
    ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
    COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX.
    76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE.
    FL on the 2nd day of
    November. 201Q betweenthe
    hours of 11:00 am and 2.00
    p.m The Clerk of CouIrts Otice
    Policy Is to hold the sae at
    11 30a.m.
    JOHN A. CRAWFORD
    NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF
    COURT
    BY: CHERYL SALMON. DEPUTY
    CLERK
    I you or a person wIth ds-
    ability who needs any ac-
    comrmodaton n order to par-
    'Icipateoin h pocee*Hg you
    are entled. a no cost to you
    to the provbion of certh asl-
    lance. Please contact the
    ADA Coordnator at (904)548-
    4600 press T at least 7 days
    before you scheduled court
    appearance, or immediately
    upon receiving this notifica-
    tion if the time before Be
    schedLed appearance bless
    than 7 days I you are hearing
    or voice Imparred cal 711.
    41 09-29. )106-13-20-2010
    9319

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
    FLORlAI
    CASE NO 4-2009L-CA-
    001127
    MICFIRST BANK

    V.
    CONNE E MULUSA/K/A
    CONNIE JOHNSIOft JOHN
    WHITE AS TRUSTEE OF THE
    TRUST KNOWN AS TRUST NO.
    5611. DATED 0/05/02 UIN-
    KNTWN TENANT 1. UN
    KNPOWN TENANT 2 and a
    u*rsown partiesI drtng by.
    ttsough under or agest the
    herein named Defendankt
    who ore not Inown to be
    deaod or alvt whether sd
    ualown prltes cdatm as
    heirs dvuBee& grantees
    assiees lenor arecdtrs.
    timtees. spouses.r r other
    clianats:
    Delers'wits.
    NOTICE OF SALE
    Noce iherebr giern ta
    pursuanrt to the Find Judg-
    ment of Foreloure dated
    October 05 2010 ntscoaLe
    I w sed the property utjaed
    a NASSAU County Florida
    described a
    A PORTION OF LOT IS
    BLOCK A4 HE HuIS Al THOMAS
    CREEK PER PEAT THEREOF
    RECCODCD I PLAT BOOK &
    RBGES 65 66 67 68 AND 69 OF
    THE PRIUC RECORDS OF NAS-
    SAU COUNTY FLORA. SAID
    PCOIRON BENG MORE PAR-
    nTCIAARLy DESCaBEDAS FCL-
    LOWS COMMENCE AT THE
    SOUITHWESTERLY CORNER OF
    SAID LO IS OF BOCK 4 AND
    RUN OIRTH 56* 16 54' EAST
    ALONG 1HE EASTERLY LOT LUE
    OF SAID LOT IS5 LOCK 4 AND


    THE WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
    UNE OF LARSEN ROAD A 60-
    FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY 156 FEET
    Tr THE POINT OF BEGINSG
    THENCE CONTWIE ALONG
    SAID EASTERLY LOT LNE AND
    WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LIE
    146 FEET TO THE SOTHEASTER-
    LY COWER OF SAID LOT 15 OF
    BLOCK 4 ITENCE RUN NORTH
    23 54 49- WEST ALONG THE
    COMMON LOT LIE DNVONG
    LOIS 15 AND 16 OF BLOCK 4
    300 FEET TO A POINT. THENCE
    RU L SOUTH 56* 16' 54 WEST
    PARALLEL WITH THE EASTERLY
    LOT LINE OF SAI LOT 15 AND
    THE WESTERLY RIGH-OF-WAY
    LIE OF LARSEN ROAD 145 FEE
    TO A POINT. THENCE RUN
    FROM THAT POINT EASTERLY
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    Octocwr 20210 A D6!AtNCEO f1i31 MEET
    xMrr A Cios.4or THE POMST OF BEGINNING
    'er"i n *e C4cuo Coust SUBJECT 0o A 30 FOOT
    Br i' Am rdoSeam EASEMEN FOR 9oGRS AhLO
    DC-Ar Chwr EGRESS O/ER THE POINERLY
    DOIJGAS C ZA)MAPA 30 FEET OF THE ABO/E
    12425 29h Street Norh Site DSCRIBED PROPERTY
    200 beenSed agcrrar ou arnd
    Clcrditw. FL 33716 y oua re rered to serve a
    (7277536-4911 phone 1(727) copy of your written defens-
    539-1094~ a es. if any. to it on DAVID J
    AM.ERCANS WITH DISAUTES STERN ESQ PlaRf i atorrWe
    ACT (AA) NOnCE. hose adTess is 900 South
    IDPOVIDALS WITH DABIITES RPe lard k Roodt 8400. FIar
    NEEDING A REASONABLE taorFL 33324320,on or bee
    ACCOMMODATION TO PAR- Novenber 19. 2010 (no Faer
    TICPATE H THIS PROCEEDING than 30 days from to date of
    SOALUD CONIACT THE COURT the rst publication oa tu
    ADMU STRATORS OFFICE AS noAce of actlln) ard sA Lt
    SOON AS POSSIBLE. TELE- ongnal wh the dcerk of ta
    PHONE (O94) 630-2564. OR IF court ether before service on
    HEARING IMPARED 1 800956- Plantir's attorney or limned
    8771 (ftD) OR I-800o458770 atety thereater. otherwwe a
    V). VIA FLORIDA RELAY SER- default will be entered
    VICE agarst you for the reoef
    21 10-13-202010 demanded the complaint
    9369 or petton Led herei
    WITNESS my hand and me
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE sed of I Court at NASSAU
    FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN County Florid this 6 day of
    AND FO NASSAU COUNTY, October. 2010
    FLOpIDA John A. Crawford
    CASE NO. 46-2009CA- CLERK OF THE CR.CUIT COURT
    000969 ByArdle rWison
    WELS FARGO BANK N.A DEPUTY CLERK
    RaTinft. LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J
    v. STERN
    HENDERSON B. SIMMONS. Il ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
    UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF HEN- 900SOUTH PINE ISLAND
    DERSON BISMMONS, k ROADSUITE 400
    UNKNOWN TENANT 1 PLANTATION. FL 33324-320
    UNKNOWN TENANT 2 and di 10-29003 FNM
    un wn parties coming by. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
    trough, under or against the AMERICANS WITH DISABILITES
    herein named Defendants, ACT, persons with dsabtfes
    who ore not Inown to be needing a specid accom-
    dead or ive whether sold modation should contact
    untnown parties cidm as COURT ADMINISTRATION. at
    her devisees, grants, the NASSAU County Court-
    assignes. enors, creators, house at 904648-4600, 1-800-
    truste. spouses, or other 956-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-96-
    ddmantl 8770 via Florida Relay Service.
    Defendants. 2t 10-13-20-2010 -
    NOTICE OF SALE 9371
    Noltces hereby given that.
    -pursuant to the Find Judg- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    meant of Foreclosure dated FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
    October05. 2010.lnts caihse, AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
    I w sel the property situated FLORIDA
    in NASSAU County, Flridao CASE NO. 10-CA-444
    described a: GREEN TREE SERVICING. LLC.
    LOT 14 PERRET PLANTATION. 7406 Fullerton Street, Suite
    PHASE 2 ACCORDING TO THE 200
    PLAT THEREOF. AS RECORDED Jackonvle, Florida 32256
    IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGES 201 & Plaintiff,
    202. OF THE PUBUC RECORDS vs.
    OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. CAM L NALLEY
    TOGETHER WITH THAT CER- Defendants).
    TAIN 2004 FLEETWOOD DOU- NOTICE OF SALE
    BLE WIDE MOBILE HOME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    ATTACHED THERETO, HAVING THAT pursuant to Ptlai's Find
    VIN oGAFL376A74915CD21. Judgment Of Foreclosure en-
    TrTLE #88432919 AND VIN teredintheabove-captioned
    #GAFL375874915CD21, TITLE actkcn I wilsseithe property sit-
    888432862 uated in Nassau County Flori-
    alk/a 36131 DUCK POND CT. doa described as folows,to wit
    CALLAHAN. FL32011-6101 THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
    at public sale, on November SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF NORHWEST
    16. 2010. at eleven thirty 1/4 OF SOUTHWEST 1/4 SEC-
    o'dclockam.EST.to the ghest TION 35, TOWNSHP 4 SOUTH,
    and best bidder, for cash. the RANGE 13 EAST. SVWANNEE
    Nas uCounty JAdd Annex. COUNTY, FLORIDA TOGETHER
    76347 Veterans Way. Yulee. 'WITH THAT CERTAIN 1997 76 X
    Florida accordance with 16MIRAGE MOBILE HOMESER-
    Section45.031, RorldaStdlutes IAL NUMBER: H204670G.
    Any person claiming a) Property address 152907 CR
    interest in the surplus from the 108, Yulee, Rorida 32097
    Sde.IN my, other than the pro- at public sae, to the highest
    pAty owner as of the date of and best bidder, for cash at
    the is pendens must fle a the front of the Naa County
    clam within 60 days Oter the Courthouse, 76347 Veteran's
    sate Way, Yulee. Florida 32097. at
    Dated at Fernandna l1:30AM(ES).,onthe.l01h day
    Beach. Florida, this 6 day of of November. 2010.
    October. 2010. 1 you are a suborcinate en
    John A Crawford holder claiming a right to
    Clerk of the Circit Court funds remdnhg after the sale
    By / I Amanda Steamn you must Se a cddl m with he
    Depuy Clerk Clerk of Court no later han
    DOUGLAS C. ZAHM PA. 60 daysafter te sde.lI you fal
    12425281h Street North. Suite to ie a cddrm you wi not be
    200 entitled to any remaining
    Cleorwater. FL 33716 funds. Notice to Persons With
    (727) 5364911 phope / (727) Disabilties: If you area person
    539-1094 tka with a disability who needs
    AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES any accommodation in order
    ACt (ADA) NOTICE to participate in this pro-
    NDIVOUAIS WITH DISABIL- ceedng. you re entitled at
    ITIES NEEDING A REASONABLE no cost to you to the provi-
    AC-COMMODATION TO FAR- sion of certain assistance
    TICIATE IN THIS PROCEEDING please contact the Court
    SHOUID CONTACT THE COURT AdrrinIstators office not later
    ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE AS than seven days prior to the
    SOON AS POSSIBLE. TELE- proceeding.
    PHONE: (904) 630-2564. OR. IF John A. Crawford
    HEARING MPIRED,1-800-956- Clerk of the Clcut Court
    8771 (rDX OR 1-800-966-8770 Nassau Florida
    (V. VIA FLORIDA RELAY SER- By: /s/ Cara A.Coson
    VICE. Deputy Clerk
    2t 10-13-20-2010 TImothyD.Padgett
    9370 2810 Rerington Green
    --- Circlde.SuiteA


    IN THE CICUIT COURT OF THE
    h JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANb
    FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
    FLOMDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DMSION
    CASE NO: 45-2010-CA-
    000671 DIV.A
    CITMORTGAGE. NC.,
    PLANIFF
    VS
    ROBERT E GRIFFIN ET AL.
    DEFEDNT(S).
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSIRUCTTVE SERVICE
    TO TRACY M GRIFFIN
    whoserldnce is unknown I
    helsheIhy be lving and it
    he/lshethey be dead the
    unknown defendants who
    may be spouses heirs devi-
    see. gares. assign'e en-
    ors creadfo trustees. and Ao
    pctes ckincgo an interest by
    though under or against the
    Defendants who are not
    known to be dead or dave
    ard cl pr;tas havg or cknm-
    ig to hove any right tite or
    interest in e property de-
    rslied0hI e tmrt*gge bang
    orectosed hererL
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTED
    hat an action to foreclose a
    mortgage on me f*olowing
    property
    ALL THAT CERTAIN PEACE.
    PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND
    SITLUATEI. NG AND BENG IN
    THE COUNTY OF NASSAU AND
    THE STATE OF FLORA. BEING
    MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
    SCRIED AS FOLLOWS
    A PORTION OF TRACT THIR-
    TEEN (13) WEST OF LOFTON-
    CHESTER ROAD
    A PORTION OF SECTIONS
    FORTY-THREE (43) AND FORTY-
    EIGHT (48) TOWNSHIP THREE
    (3) NORTH RANGE TWENTY-
    EIGHT (2) EAST. NASSAU
    COUNTY FORiOA SAID POR-
    rON BEING MORE PARTICU-
    LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
    LOYWS
    FOR A PO(NT OF REFER-
    ENCE CCO9iENCE AT A CON-
    CRETE MONUMENI COMMON
    TOSECTION FORTY-THREE (43)
    FORTY-FOUR (44 FORTY-EGHT


    Tcdihssee. FL 32308
    805-422-2520
    2t 10-13-10-20-2010
    9341

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIE
    41h JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
    FLOROA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DIVISION
    CASE NO: 4-2010-CA-
    000021 -DIV.A
    BAC HOME LOANSSERVIC-
    ING. LPF/K/A COUNTRYWIDE
    HOME LOANS SERVICING. LP
    PLAINTFF
    VS
    BOBBY D BARNES SN-
    IKNOWN SPOUSE OF BOBBY
    D BARNES F ANY. MICHELE
    A. SOUTHARD. UNKNOWN
    SPOUSE OF MICELLE A
    SOUTHARD F ANA ANY AND
    ALL UNKNOWN PAR ES
    CLAIMING BY. THROUGH
    UNER AND AGAE(S THE
    HEREBN NAMED INtOlAL
    DEFENANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
    KNOW TO BE DEAD OR ALMVE
    YIWETHER SA UNKNOWN
    PARTES MAY CLAM AN WIE-
    REST AS SPOUSES HERS&
    DEV EES GRANTEES. OR
    OTHER C LAMANIS JO5
    DOE AND JANE DOE AS
    UNKNOWN TENANTS IN PCS-
    SESSMON
    DEFENDANT(S)
    NOTICE OF FORECLCOJRE
    SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GNVEN
    pursant to a Survmary Fina
    xdgment of Fcrecoere da-
    tedOctoberS 2D00Iernredn
    Cvil Case No 45-2010-CA-
    00021 D(V A of e Orccuto
    Court of the 4TH udo CO-
    cuA n ad for NASSAU Couarr
    Yitee Forida I wi se to Be
    highest and best bider for
    cash at Nassau iaoal Arre
    at te NASSAU Courty Court-
    hose located at 76347 e-
    ros Way rn vee Froond at
    11 30 am on he 16 day of
    Noervbec 2010 the olowng
    described property a set forh
    n saod Srrrnary Fnadl .g-
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    THE LAW OFFCESOF D
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    PLAWIFF
    900o SouC h Prs land Road
    Sute d400
    Pntriatoal 3332a3920
    (9 4)u23340-
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    f you Oe a person with
    dsabity who needs any oc-
    cormmoddlon order to par-
    dpdraatl In sproceedhn. you
    are eriled at no cost to you
    to tR prova on of cerln cass-
    ltace. Frea contact COURT
    ADMINISTRATION at least 7
    days before ytr schdedted
    court appearance, or Immre-
    dately upon receiving this
    nolMtcaon mthe time before
    the schedd appearance I
    les thn 7 dayo i to NASSAU
    County Courthouse at 904-
    540-4600 it you are hearing or
    voice Inrpdred cd 711.
    2t 10-1320-2010
    9372

    INVITATION TO OBTAIN
    PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
    The School Board of Nas-
    sau County. Forida s request-
    ing proposal to obtan pro-
    fesiond architecture services
    tor the blowing projectss.
    West Nassau Senior High
    .School: New consrtnctiolh of
    12 uirts of Senior High Class-
    rooms(9-12) (00/NSF).Reloco-
    tion of TerrsCourts (6). Energy
    Management Systems Up-
    grades (entire facility), Fire
    Alarm Systems Replacement,
    Removed or 10 sting Reloco-
    tables, and related Site Work.
    Al plans are intended to
    bereused at some fure date
    n keeping with the provisions
    of astection 5287.05a6,orida
    Statutes.
    Architecture alnst nterest-
    ed for consideration of-this
    project shoind- exprestr4eir
    interest in writing to Kevin M:
    Burnette, Director of Facities,
    The School Board of Nassau
    County, 86334 Goodbread
    Road.'Aee, Florldq 32097. This
    written kIormatlon shdod can-
    tan eight (8) bound copies of
    the Standard Form 330, Infor-
    motion concerning previous
    work experience on similar
    projects, general information
    concerning the architecture
    firm. including capabilities
    adequacy andexperienoe of
    personnel, past record and
    current worldoad of the Frm.
    Professional architecture
    servieswi generdy consist of
    the furnishing of necessary
    documents for planning and
    construction of the proposed
    project, educational specifi-
    cations compeltitve biddcin
    of the project, construction
    contracts. superviton of the
    project during construction
    and surrission of al reqkred
    documents to the Depart-
    ment of Educallon for review
    and approval. Procedures for
    selecting Professional dServices
    wil be in compliance with
    School Board policy 7.65 -
    SSeleclng Professiond Services
    State Requcements fr Educo-
    tiond Facties. section Al and
    Rorida Statutes 5287.065.
    The design rm selected for
    the project sth obtain and
    mcaitdn Insurance against
    errors and omissions and pro-
    festsiond labilty, in sufficient
    amounts, to protect the
    Nasau County School District
    against any and Cl claims
    * wtlch may rise during the
    term of this project
    All firms who wish to be
    considered for this project
    must have the requested
    information in the office of
    Kevin M Burette no later lhr
    200 pm. November 8. 2010
    Re-quests received after ais
    d2te and mewl not be con-
    sidered
    Kevn M. Buaette
    Dkector of Facmties
    Ncajs CoLity School Boad
    3l10-13-20-27-2010
    9351

    N1 THE CICUIT COURT OF ME
    FOURIH JUDICIAL CICUIT OF
    ROUDA IN AND FOR NASSAU
    COUNTY
    CASE NO.09-CA-i60
    DEUTSCE BAM( NATIONAL
    TRUST COMRNW. ASTRUSTEE
    4 TRUST FOR THE BENETR OF
    TE CERTCATEHOLDERS
    FOR ARIQUEST MORT-
    GAGE SECURiTES. NC ASSET
    BAC(D) PASSTHROUGH
    CERTFCATES SXS 210-
    R12


    STEVEN C RG et da.
    Deexndants
    FCICE OF FCOECOSCLE
    SALE
    NOFECE IS HEREBY CGvEN
    pssant to a Find Judxgent
    o Farodse datedOctober
    4 2010 and entered n Case
    No 09-CA-60 of the Orcut
    Court of the Fourth Judkod


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    50'48' WEST. A DISTANCE OF
    506.63 FEET TO THE POINT OF
    BEGINNING.
    LESSAND EXCEPT THATCER-
    TAIN PORTION OF LAND CON-
    VEYED TO THE STATE OF FLORI-
    DA DEPARTMENT OF TRANS-
    PORTATION FROM STEVEN C.
    RING AND SANDRA S. RING.
    HUSBAND AND WFE BY DEED
    RECORDED ON DECEMBER 19.
    2001 IN DEED BOOK 1025 AT
    PAGE 1461 OF THE PUBLIC
    RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
    TY, FLORIDA.
    TOGETHER WITH THE MOBILE
    HOME SITUATED THEREON
    WHICH IS AFFIXED TO THE
    AFOREMENTIONED REAL
    PROPERTY AND INCORPORAT-
    EDTHEREIN.
    A mobile home with the
    VIN number H255546GR &
    H25446GL sits on the property.
    Any person claiming an
    interest in the surplus from the
    sale, If any, other than the
    property ownecas of the date
    of the Us Pendens mudille a
    claim within 60 days after the
    sale.
    Dated this 4th day of
    October, 2010.
    John A Crawford
    As Clerk of the Court
    By: /s/ Ananda Steam
    As Dept Clerk .
    Dated this 4th day of
    October, 2010.
    IMPORTANT
    In accordance with the
    Americans with DisobWties Act
    persons needing a reasonable
    accommodation to partici-
    pate n this proceedcg sthoud
    no later than seven (7) days
    prior contact the Clerk of the
    Court's dsabity coordinator
    at 904 630-2564.330 E. BAY ST.
    JACKSONVILLE, FL 32202. If
    hearing Impaired, contact
    (TDD) 800 956-8771 via Florida
    Relay System.
    Subrritted by:
    Ben-Era & Katz. PA.
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    2901 Strling Road. Site 300
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    Telephone: (305) 770-4100
    Fax: (305) 663-2329
    Our fle 76913 iko
    2t10-13-10-20-2010
    9346

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
    AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 4-2009-CA-
    000899
    RESIDENTIAL FUNDING REAL
    ESTATE HOLDINGS. LC.
    PLANTIFf
    VS.
    DENNY J. BANTAN ET AL
    DEFENDANT(.
    NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
    SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    THAT pursuant to Find Judg-.
    ment of Foreclosire dated
    August 2 2010 in the above
    action. I w sel to the highest
    bidder for cash at Nassau
    County Florida on November
    4 2010. a 11:30 am., athe
    front steps of courthouse -
    76347Veteran's Way. lee. FL
    32097 for the foowing de-
    saibed property
    All that certain lot. piece
    of parcel of land stuae, tyhng
    and being in Section 16.
    Towrnsp 1 North Range 25
    East. Nasau County. Rordo
    and being more prtc~aly
    described as floow*
    Commence a the Nortn-
    east corner of said Secan 16
    thence North 86 degees 35
    minutes 00 seconds West.
    dong the Southerty lne of
    Green Meaos Ui GOne PAt
    Book 6. page 101 of lie pub-
    ic records of Nc sau Cours
    FRodo A btance of I 589 74
    feet to the Wester y rigl-of-
    aoy Ine or Cadas Way (a 60
    right of way now esEtabed)
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    thence Soua 14 degrees 05
    nmuses 00 seconds West
    daong sd Wesrty rghl-o-
    way 0re o1 Cates Way A de-
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    COUWY
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    vs
    WVJLAM A MARIKT et d
    Desndan(s)
    NOnCE OF FORECLOSURE
    SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    pusunan t o a Frd Judgment
    of Foredosae dded October
    4 2010 and ntered in Ccae
    No. 45-2010-CA00182-AXXX-
    YX oft tocuit Court of the
    Fourth Juddd Ciaut in and
    for NASSAU County F orida
    where NATIONSTAR MORT-
    GAGE. LLC. Ha Plakit and
    WILLIAM A. MARTIN UN-
    KNOWN SPOUSE OF WILUAM
    A MARTIN: UNKNOWN TENANT
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    the Deferndon John A
    Crawford as The Clrk of the
    Circuit Court wi sel to the
    Nighes and best bdder for
    cashdaNASSAUCOUrlY JUDI-
    CIAL ANNEX 76347 Vetera's
    Way. te. F at l :30AM. on
    the November 151.2010.1he
    following described property
    as set forthIn sld incd Judg-
    ment to wit:
    LOT 43, ISLAND GROVE.
    PHASE TWO, ACCORDING TO
    THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
    IN PLAT BOOK 5. PAGE 49, OF
    THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS-
    SAU COUNTY FLORA.
    Any person claiming an
    interest in the surplus from the
    sale. if any. other than the
    property owner as of the date
    of the Us Pendens must ile a
    claim within sixty (60) days
    after the sate.
    Dated this 4th day of
    October, 2010.
    John A.Crawford
    As Clerk of the Court
    By: /s/ Amanda Stean
    As Deputy Clerk
    Dated this 4th day of
    October. 2010.
    in accordance with the
    Americas with Disabiltes Act.
    personsneecg a reasonable
    accommodation to partici-
    ; pateainhisproceedngshouldd
    no later than seven (7) days
    prior, contact the Clerk of the
    Court's disability coordinator
    at 904 630-2564.330 E. BAY ST
    JACKSONVILLE. FL 32202 If
    hearing impaired contact
    (TDD) 800 956-8771 via Florida
    Relay System.
    Ben-Ezra & Katz PA.
    Submitted by:
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    2901 Stirig Road, Suite 300
    Fort Lauderdde, FL 33312
    Telephone: (305) 770-4100
    Fax: (305) 663-2329
    2t 10-13-10-20-2010
    9345

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
    AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    CIVIL ACTION
    CASE NO.46-200-CA-
    000347
    DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
    TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
    IN TRUST FOR THE REGISTERED
    HOLDERS OF AMERIQUEST
    MORTGAGE SECURITIES NC..
    ASSET-AOKED PASS-
    THROUGH CERTEICATES.
    SERIES 2005-t5
    Ca-intm
    vs.
    GARY C FRANKUN et od.
    Defendantss.
    NOTICE OF SALE
    Notice is hereby gven that.
    pursuant to Fina dgment
    of Forecdore or Order dated
    October 4 2010. entered in
    Civil Case Number 45-2008-
    CA-000347. in he Circut Court
    for Nassau County Florida
    wherein DEUTSCHE BANK
    NATIONAL TRUST COMAtFW.AS
    TRUSTEE. N TR FOR THE REG-
    ISTERED HOERS OF AME-
    QUEST MORTGAGE SECURITIES
    INC.. ASSET-BACKED PASS-
    THROUGH C FICAES. SERIES
    2005-R5 is the Plantiff. and
    GARY C. FRAN JL et da are
    the Defendr ts. I wE sel the
    property situated in Nosau'
    County Forida described a:
    Lot 4 LAKE IAMPRON HILS
    accorcig to the plot thereof
    as recorded n Plat Book 6.
    Page 2 of the Pbic Recards
    of Nasso Cournty. orida
    Together wf ilh at 1999 Grad
    double-wide mobtle home
    bearing VIN GAGMTD3708A
    AMO GAGMID370EB located
    thereon
    a pubc ae. to the Nghest
    and best bidder for cash al
    Man Entrance. Nasau
    Couty ,kaid Anrrnet 76347
    Veterans Way. 'tee. Ftoricdo
    32097 at 11 30 AM.on es 1,
    day of kemomber 2010 Ayw
    person ckaring an interest i
    the umphsz trnie ae it army
    tier sa teproperty owner
    as of the date of mse ls
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    Dated October h. 2010
    Jorm A CrowFord
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    desr anr r pew r marsHNg
    cars or derfnarxa agarn
    desrovrs edate an rmn a
    cop of rtsra noce is reqaea,
    to be wsned mra3t Ne thea
    cdarns en tB couatn WHUIN
    THE LAIER OF 3 MONSAFTER
    THE TME OF THE R3 PtIBUL-
    CATON OF THI NOTICE OR 30
    DAYS AFTER THE DAE OF 5ER-
    VICE Of A COPY OF THIS
    NOSE CoNTEM
    AS other redtors of sne
    decodnsa and person hav-
    ro dans or nderma c agca
    the decedent s estate nsr
    e thwr cas ath o court
    WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
    DATE OF E FIRSI PUBULCA-
    TON OF THIS NOTICE
    ALL CLAMS NOt FL0
    WITH THE TIME PER C SET
    FORTH N SECTION 733 702 O
    THE FLORIDA PROBAIE CODE
    WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
    NOTWITHSTANDING THE
    TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
    ABOVE ANY CLAM I D IWO
    (2) YEARSOR MOREAFTERTHE
    DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
    S BARRED
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    cateon of atlnocesds October
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    132010
    LaOW Oces ofN
    COOKE & MEU. PA
    A Harrtan Cooke
    orida oBarNmbewr 110767
    Joseph Clay MeJ. J1
    Florldo Bar umber 041114
    Richard K Britton
    Rorido Bar eanber 480339
    601 IversidepAvenue.Sule
    903
    Jacksorwnve. Forida 32202
    Telephone (904) 396-6101
    Faosirrie: (904) 399-1030
    E-Mad cmeouxcoote-
    meur.com
    Persond Representative
    Patsy LCoer
    7657 Od Middleburg Road
    South
    Jacksorwle. Rorida 32222
    2t 10-13-10-20-2010
    9344

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    RFile No. 10-CP-178
    Division B
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    FRANCES ADELLA JOHNSON
    a/k/a FRANCES H. JOHNSON
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    The administration of the
    estate of Fraces Adelo John--
    sorn a/k/a Frnces H. Johaor
    deceased whose date of
    death was May 29, 2010, Is
    perndng in the Circut Court
    for Nassau County Fiorida
    ,Probate Division thw- a odrss
    of which Is 416 Center Street,
    Fernandna Beacth FL 32034.
    The names and addresses of
    the personal representative
    and the person represento-
    tive's attorney are set forth
    below.
    Al creditors of the dece-
    dent and other persons ha
    claims or demands against
    decedent's estateon whom a
    copy of tis notice Is reqked
    to be served must ile their
    dcidn with this court WITHIN
    THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
    THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBU-
    CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
    DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
    VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
    NOTICE ON THEM.
    Al other creditors of the
    decedent and porns hpv-
    Ing claiddms or demands agcam
    the decent's estate must
    Be their c i m with B court
    WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
    DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
    TION 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 PERIODS SET FORTH
    ABOVE.ANY CLAM RLED TWO
    (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
    DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
    IS BARRED.
    The date of the first put-*
    callon of ts notice Ib October
    13.2010,
    LawOflncesaof
    COOKE & MEUX PA.
    Joseph Clay Mem. Jr.
    Florida Bar Number. 041114
    Richard K Briton
    orida Bar Number 480339
    501 Iverside Ave..Sute 903
    JacoriTe. Rorida 32202
    Telephone: (904) 3966101
    Focsite: (904) 399-1030
    E-Mde cmeunrcooke-

    Persond Representatyve
    Scra Holt Jdsrion
    1418 Dondd Street
    Jacsorwnve. Forida 3220S
    2t 10-13-10-20-2010
    9343

    It THE CRCUI COURT OF THE
    4TH JUDICIAL CRCUT dN AMND
    FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    GENERAL JI4SDICTION

    CASE NO. 4-2008-CA-
    000546
    DEIJSCHE BANK NATIONAL
    TRUST CcOMIEc AS TRUSTEE
    FOR iH- ASSET SEOJRTIZA-
    TEON CORPORATION TRUST
    2007Nt1.
    PLAitTFF
    VS
    GEORGE L KIlON i A/K/A
    GEORGE NCOUt JE4 TE
    S.COnI AW AND All 14-
    KNG.7N PARTIES CLAW9.
    BY THIOC&GH. UER. AJND
    AGAIeT THE HEREW NAMED
    WIvOJAL DEFETDANTC)
    *M0 ARE NOT KNOWN TTO BE
    DCEAD CR ALi/E WHETHER
    SAO '.R H/Y PARfES MAY
    CIAU.4 AN IfETEST AS
    SPO5SES HES. DEVISES.


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    yo to e pro.tnor or ca
    amBarnce P eaw coreacti
    COURI ADMINISTRATION at
    least 7 doar befwOr yw
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    Ig ufs noIcaorn I t ,sone
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    NASSAU County Coxthou
    at 904 6484600 I you are
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    21 10-13-20-010
    9348

    IN IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    41T JUDICIAL CrCUT. AN
    AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    CASE NO 2009-CA-I076-
    AXXX-YX
    BRANCH BANKING AND
    TRUST COMWRI
    Plantit
    vs
    RICHARD JMEAD eto
    Defendarn(s)
    NOTICE OF SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    pursuant to Final Judgment
    entered In the cae now
    penatg In said Court Itw st*
    of wih is indcated above I
    wl Ml toth Nhest ard best
    biddw for cash at te Narsau
    County Courthouse. 76347
    Veteran's Way. Yee. Florida
    32097: on the 4th day of
    November. 2010 at1:30am.
    the following described prop
    erty as set forth in ad Orter of
    Find judgment. to-wi.
    LOT 6 AND 7. LEMACK
    HEIGHTS. ACCORDING TO THE
    PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
    IN PLAT BOOK 5. PAGE 195 OF
    THE PUBUC RECORD OF NAS-
    SAU COUNTY FLORIDA Propr-
    ty Address: X)XX CHESTER
    RIVER ROAD.ULEE FLORIA
    ANY PERSON CLANG AN
    INTEREST N THE SURPLUS FROM
    STHESALE IF ANY. OTHER THAN
    THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
    THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS
    MUST LE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
    DAYS AFTER THE SALE
    ORDERED AT NASSAU
    COUNTY FLORIDA ths 4th day
    of October. 2010
    John A. Cra ord,
    As Clerk Crcuta Court
    Nassau Fonda
    By: /s/ Amanda Steen
    As Deputy Clerk
    SPEAR AND HOFFMAN PA
    Dodeland Executive Center
    9700 South Dode Hightway
    Sute 610
    Miani, Rorida 33156
    Telephone (305) 670-2299
    BBM-C-2021/CM
    21t10-1-110-20-2010
    9349

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    4th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DIVISION
    CASE NO. 46-209-CA-000667
    BANK OF AMERICA. NA.
    PLANTIFF
    VS.
    EDWIN VELEZ UNKNOWN
    SPOUSE OF EDWN VELEZ IF
    ANY; ANY AND ALL UN-
    KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
    BY THROUGH, UNDER. AND
    AGAINST THE HEARING NAMED
    INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT()
    WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
    DEAD OR ALIVE. WHETHER
    SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
    CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
    SPOUSES. HEIRS. DEVSEES.
    GRANTEES OR OTHER CIAIM-
    ANTS DEEP CREEK PLANTA-
    TION OWNERS ASSOCIATION.
    INC.: HARBOR CIVIL SER-
    VICES, INC.
    DEFENDANTS)
    NOTICE OF FCOECLOSL E
    SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    pursuant to a Sumrary Fad
    * Judgment of Forecdose do-
    ted October 5. 2010 and
    entered n COv Case No. 46-
    209-CA-00D067 of the Circu
    Cout ofthe 4d Juad Cct
    in and for NASSAU CouBty I wE
    sel to the Ntghest and best
    bidder tor cadh at NASSAU
    JUDICIAL ANNEX at te NAS-
    SAU County Courthouse lo-
    cdaed ad 76347 VEIERANS WAY
    YULEE. FLOROA at 11 am.on
    theo 6day of Noerber.2010
    the awtig desacrtedprop-
    erty ar set forth n sad Sun-
    may Fndl Judgment to-wit
    LOT TWENIY-SX (26) DEEP
    CREEK PLANTATION ACCC4RD
    ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF
    6RECOIED N PLAT 7 ti6E 2
    Of THE RIPUBJC RECORDS Of
    NASSAU CCA.NTY FLORFDA
    Anry person clarreng or.
    interest a tie ipet frorn tne
    sde if ony otter thamn te
    property owner as of to dcke
    of Be Ls Perderd rmt *e a
    darn wvth srty (60) days
    dter the sate
    Dated tis 6th day of
    October 2010
    Johtr. A Colord
    Cier of ttite Cort l Cort
    By otl ArrmadoSeam
    Dseputy 'Clerk
    THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVIDC
    j STEPI PA ATIM.EY FOR
    PLFaETEF
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    leas 7 dOys before your ict'-
    dued cosut ppoarace, or
    rrr mstetie upon recervnr
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    topic o property noticed put-
    e heating or to wri/en corn-
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    su: County Growth Man-
    agemer Department. 96161
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    quiing accord modations Irn
    order o participate in t pro-
    agrm or aoctvty shold con-
    otact ie Growth Mangnernt
    Department (904)491-7328, or
    FlorIda Relay Service (1-800-
    956-8771) at twenty-four
    (24) hoars in advance to re-
    quest uch accommodalor n
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    PRESENT AND BE HEARD IF A
    PERSON WISHES TO APPEAL
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    THAT A VERBATM RECORD OF
    THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE.

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    UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS
    TO BE BASED.
    The Conditiondal Use and
    Variance Boad may contin-
    ue hearing on i matter
    CONDITIONAL USE AND
    VARIANCE BOARD OF



    2 10-13-2-2010
    9362

    NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
    TAX DEED

    NAtat VERONA V LC. the hold
    e of he tolowhog cerlcate(s)
    has Wed sad certltcate(I) for
    a deed to be ssued there-
    on. The crtIcate numbers)
    and year of issuance, the
    description of the property.
    and the narre(s) in which it is
    assessed re as follows
    Rie fAirnber 2010-078-TD
    Certcale Numober 71
    Parcel ANube 02-N-23-
    20200010-0010
    Year of Isuancre 2007
    Description of Property
    W2A4 FT OF S2O FT OF LOT 10
    EX W33 FT FOR R/W IN OR
    847/1405 CORNWALL SURVEY
    Assessed To
    JAMES RUSSELL ELAM
    Al of the above property is
    located in Ncmau County in
    the State of Forida
    Unless such certificate(s)
    sh~~dbe redeemedaccorcing
    to law. he property described
    in such certificate or certifi-
    cates wil be sold to the
    Highest Bidde at the MAIN
    ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
    COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
    76347 VETERANS WAY. YULEE
    FL on the 16th day of
    November. 201V between the

    p rn The Clerk o Carts Onlce
    Policy is to hold the sale at
    11 30 ax
    JOHN A. CRAWFORD
    NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF
    COURT
    BY KARENJ LOCKE TT
    DEPUTY CLERK
    It you oare a person with
    altablitty who needs any -
    accnmodation n order to
    pYtiipae n ts-s proceed
    you re enntled at no cost to
    yrou to the propon of certn
    Wa2c4 e PFesO conPat the
    ADA Coordnator Cf (90.) 54e-
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    belore yua scheded court
    aspeSacnce or irdnedaly
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    tion I he time beorto the
    scrtededappeaa-ce Is less
    thcra 7 days I you a htearIng
    ar voice BirPOred cdat 711
    110-13-2027-11-3-2010
    9366

    NOTICE OF LANDOWNERS

    CIOER JUN COMUNETY
    DE6VETOMEN DISTRICT
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    Shours-orfrs wt1t-h 0 Ie ade-
    Glen Com-ersty orDevelop-
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    IandS gerwaty descrIbed as
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    matety I mte sourh of SR 200
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    north by rnrberCi'ke Ptaron
    hln and is bordered on ihe
    west by Edwards Road in
    Nassau County gnearly
    odvrsg that a meeting of
    Ikrdowrnns w1 be held Hor e
    purpose of eectrg ree (3)
    people to Ite Desct Board of
    Supervtisor
    DATE Noveberr 10 2010
    T*ME 330pm
    PLACE The ir CGlen Amenit
    Center 6S084 Ri,.er Glen
    Parkway N.lrsa Coaiy ijee
    Ronda 32097
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    2110-13-20-2010
    9362

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    4Hu JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
    FLORIDA

    DNISION
    CASE NO. 45-2009-CA-
    000767

    PLAINTIFF
    VS.
    AMELIA SURF & RACQUET
    CLUB ASSOCIATION INC.:
    CHARLES D. MCCANN TESSA
    OUVIA SISSON JOHN DOE
    AND JANE DOE AS
    UNKNOOWN TENANTS IN POS-
    SESSION
    DEFENDANT(S).
    NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
    SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN



    entered In Civil Cae No. 45-
    2009-CA-000757 of the Circuit
    Court of the 4TH Judicial
    Circuit in and for NASSAU
    County YULEE. Floidat I wil sell
    to the highest and best bid-
    der for cah at NassauCounty
    Cathouse located at NAS-

    VETERAN S WAYULEE Florida
    at 11:30 a Con the 15th of
    November. 2010.the following
    described property as set forth
    In said Summary Final Judg-
    ment. to-wit.
    UNIT 8-135. AMELIA SURF &
    RACQUET CLUB III A CONDO-
    MINIUM. TOGETHER WITH AN
    UNDIVIDED SHARE IN THOSE
    COMMON ELEMENTS APPUR-
    TENANT THERETO ACCORDING
    TO THE DECLARATION OF
    CONDOMINIUM RECORDED IN
    OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 392
    PAGE 450. PUBLIC RECORDS
    OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
    AND ANY AMENDMENTS
    THERETO
    Any person claiming an
    interest in the surplus from the
    sle, if any. other than the
    properly owner as of the date
    of the Lts Pendens must file a
    clam within 60 days after the
    sde.
    Dated this 4th day of
    October.201r
    John A Crawford
    Clerk of the Circit Court
    By /s/ Amanda Steam
    Deputy Clerk
    THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
    J. STERN PA. ATTORNEY FOR
    PATIFF1
    900 South Pine Island Road
    Suite 4001
    PlantaionFL 33324-3920
    (94) 2338030
    0957662(NAXTB)(FNM)
    a you are a person with a
    dsabilty who needs any
    accommoda~ha in order to
    padrtCipae pro in rceedi o
    ,ou are entItled at no cost to
    you to the praion of certain
    asNIstcrnca Please contact the
    COURT ADMINISTRATION at
    least 7 days before your
    schedIed coat HpeRancer
    or medaely upon receOv-
    rig ts nolficacIon if the time
    before he s-hedled apear-
    ace is less tm 7 days & the
    NASSAU County Courthouse
    at 904-58--400Q Ift you ore
    hearg or voice irpced cal
    711
    2 10-13-20-2010
    9347

    NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR
    TAX DEED
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    Ihat ALLAN & NANCI JONES
    Ihe hold of l he doing cer-
    Itcate(s) has Wed said cerlfi
    care(s) rcr a tas deed to be
    sdue thereon The certfcate
    nrmber(s) asd year of
    r ae da thie desrpton of
    Ihe proper ad tI n*re(s)
    a wtni c a s asesed are as

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    Pace mrnber 06-1 N-25-
    19950188-0000
    Year of atcrce 2005
    Descrplion at r opert.
    LO 188 PT OR 080; 1602
    SWUOALLT.W ESTATES
    PHASE 3 PS 3. 3%s
    Assessed To
    MATTHEW A SeARt TERESA
    A SHEARER
    Al of tle above p0per~t, c
    located i Nasou County ri
    the State or RP, ond
    Liress such cemhica.(s)
    tWha be redeerred occrdn
    to low Ie property ctescnbed
    n such cerMtcate or certify
    cates w1t be scd to the
    highest Bidder oa *he MAIN
    ENTRANCE O0 "HE NASSAU
    COUNTY JIICCIAL ANNEX
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    or as rdwn spouses carrying
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    the aboe-narOed
    Defendants.






    ED. CURRENT RESIDENCE
    IC CASHENWOOO HOME-
    OWNERS ASSOCIATION
    ADDRESS UNKNOWN
    LAST KNOWN ADDRESS STAT-
    ED. CURRENT RESIDENCE
    UNKNOWN
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTlIED
    that a action for Foreclosre
    of Mortgage covering the fol-
    lowing red and person prop-
    erty described as blows, to-
    wit:
    Lot 26. CASHENWOOD SUB-
    DIVISION, according to Plat
    thereof as recorded In Plat
    Book 5, Pages 221 iad 22 of
    the Public records of Nassau
    County Florida.
    has been led against you and
    you are required to serve a
    copy of your written defens-
    es it any. to It on Mton Adeve-
    do, Butier & Hosch, PA, 3185
    South Conway Road Suite E,
    Orndo, Florida 32812 and te
    the original with the Clerk of
    the above-styled Court on or
    before 30 days from the first
    publication otherwise a Judg-
    ment may be entered against
    you for the relief demanded in
    the complaint.
    WTTNESS my hand and sed
    of said Court on the 61h da of
    October. 2010.
    In accordance with the
    Americas with DisabWlies Act,
    persons with diabitlites need-
    ing a special accommoda-
    tion to participate In this pro-
    ceedng should contact the
    Court Administration at 416
    Centre Street. Fernandina
    Beach, Rorida 32034, tele-
    phone (904) 321-5709 not later
    than seven (7) days prior to
    proceeding. If hearing Im-
    paired (TDD) 1-800-955-8771,
    or Voice (V) 1-80955-8770,
    via Florida Relay Service.
    John A. Crawford
    CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT
    COURT
    By /s/ Ariele Wilson
    Deputy Clerk
    DefaurtUnk, Inc.
    Attn: Publication
    Department
    330 North Andrews Ave.,
    102
    Ft Lauderdde. FL 33301
    Fax (954) 974-7487
    Emdl: marymedefautiInk
    com
    2110-13-20-2010
    9361

    NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
    TAX DEED
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that DENTON I LLC.the holder
    of the following certillcate(s)
    has fled sadd certlcate(s) for
    a ta deed to be Issued there-
    on The certificate numbers)
    and year of issuance, the
    description of the property.
    and the names) In which it is
    assessed ore as follows:
    File Number 2010-077-TD
    Certificate Number 645
    Parcel N mbecr 10-N-25-
    2882-0004-000
    Year of Issuance: 2007
    Description of Property-
    LOT 4 INOR 804PG1321
    R673501 & R673502 NASSAU
    PLANTATIONS t2 PB 5/109
    Assessed To:
    LARRY A GBBS. BARBARA L
    GIBBS
    Al of the above popertyis
    located in Nassau County in
    the State of Florida
    Unless such certificate(s)
    shal be redeemed according
    to law. the property described
    in such certtlcate or certifi-
    cates wi be sold to the
    Highest Bidder at the MAIN
    ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
    COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
    76347 VETERANS WAY. YULEE
    FL on the 16th, day of
    November 2010 between the
    hours of 11.00 am ad 200
    p m The Clerk of Courts Olce
    Policy is to hold the sale at
    11 30am
    JOHN A. CRAWFORD
    NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF
    COURT
    BY KAREN J LOCKETT.
    DEPUTY CLERK
    I you are a person wth ds-
    obity who reeds ry accon-
    modohon in order to partlo-
    pate in ths proceedng you
    re enltled af no cost to 'ou.
    to the prcison of cerkenas O
    tance Please contact the
    ADA Coorcdnator at (904) 54-
    4600 press 0 at least 7 days
    before your schedded court
    appearorce or arrnedarely
    upon receiving ths notilco-
    hon if the time before the
    schedied peaorace 5 lea
    thom 7 days i you ore hearg
    or voice rrpared eda i7


    4 1-1-20-27-11-3-2010
    9357

    IN THE COUNTY COURT.
    FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
    AND FOR NASSA COUNTY
    RORIDA
    DIVSION- C
    CASE NO. 10-166-CA
    LAND HS LAKE ASSOGA-
    TiON JC
    RontM

    AC 1ANE VWELANF D

    FITrCE OF SALE PR9SUIANT
    TC FS CHAPTER -S
    rtO-rcE GIP/N thTat pus-
    uajrt to Fndal Jdgment of
    Foreclosure dated Septweter
    20 210 n Tea obove-sied
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    DAYS AFTER THE TME OF SER-
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    decedet and person hov-
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    the deceder's estate must
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    WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
    DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
    TIONOF 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 PERIODS SET FORTH
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    (2)YEARSOR MORE AFTER IHE
    DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH
    IS BARRED.
    The date of the irst pubi-
    cdion of thi notice IsOctober
    13.2010.
    Attorney for Persond
    Representative:
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    POOLE & POOLE PA.
    Florida Bar No. 175441
    303 Centre Street, Ste 200
    Post Ofice Box 1280
    Fermandia Beach FL 32035
    Telephone: (904) 261-0742
    Person Representative
    Helen D.Paasche
    2136 Natures Gate Court S
    Ferandina Beachi FL 32034
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    NASSAU COUNTY
    Cae t: 2009-CA-000506
    Divison #: A
    Deutsche Bank Nationd Trust
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    Husband and WIfe;
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    AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
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    Frederick R. Rouse a/k/a Fred
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    Husband and WIfe oe defen-
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    and best bidder for cash AT
    THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE
    NASSAU COUNTY JUDICIAL
    ANNEX LOCATEDAT 76347 VET-
    ERANS WAY. YULEE. FLORIDA.
    32097 AT 11:30 AM.. 19th of
    November. 201 the following
    described property as setforh
    in said FAnd Judgrent to wit
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    ACCORNG TO PLAT THERE
    AS RECORDED IN PEAT BOOK
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    ANY PERSON CLAMNG AN
    INTEREST IN THE SURPLUSFROM
    THE SALE. F ANY OTHER THAN
    THE PROPERTYIV OWNER AS OF
    THE DATE OF THE US PENDES
    MUST FIE A CLANM WITH 69
    DAYS AFTER SALE.
    John A. Crawford
    CLERK OF THE CRCUT
    COURT
    Nassau Courty Florida
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    4630 Vbodord Corporate
    Btd Sutel 100
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    2 10-13-20-2010
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    property owner isof the date
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    Ckof athe Circt Court
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    Florida Default Law Group.
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    yo tothe provision of certdrf
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    cdrct at (904) 321-6709.
    2t 10-13-20-2010
    9366

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    New tours give a view of life from the river


    Ir-vir S. Carthy warn' pji-pkA- to
    earn about hii kinds of roads h :
    river of Niorth Florida an< !'.xith
    (;,,'-oria Ari-lia Riv.r Cr ui, -- i-
    off,-ring ;a rouw -rie, of riv.-r crTu--s
    that ar"e dsignyl to be, 'di',tiAer y
    tours.'
    "'hTer,- i' so, much to seu and
    explore. we: are- eag-r ti, share the-
    ir. riedible: -xp erie-nc ,I or string on
    the- waiatr We: now have the: boat-
    tiat can take- us up arid down the
    coast In addition to our day trips we
    are- envisioning trips that will off-r
    overnight opportunitic-." shares
    McCarthy
    The tours will take passengers
    back to the days when the rivers off
    the coasts of Florida and Georgia
    provided the main connections
    between coastal cities. Boats trans-


    FROM
    THE
    PORCH

    Dickie
    Anderson


    porifted goAT, ,an:d
    pet+r t'wkt.et-
    p>.-f4>A<: bo-i-{t---n
    po'ti Tsw[c& sis"
    ste-atlboats fromrn
    Net- York sAtop-d
    at Ferraindirsa to
    bring p--op!- to the-
    "Ne-wport o, thel
    Soutlh."
    McCarthy', klve
    of the wate-r i-s ck-ar
    as he captain-, river
    cruises out of
    Fernandina Beach.
    Amelia River
    Cruises has grown
    from one snall boat
    in 2000 to three


    boats offering a wider variety of
    cruises.
    Jekyll Island, Ga., and its elegant


    nd kstrindv the per ct. de-tination
    i dtre fir,!t in a sc-r-es of tour-. ()Tce
    d.h playground of millionairts. the
    JekAil bland Club iaa Victorian
    re--asure prt-serWdt on one of
    (worgia's most beautiful barrier
    islands
    Recognized as a National Historic
    landmark in 197S. it has been desig-
    nated a Historic Hotel of America by
    the National Trust for Historic
    Presrvation. It once offered a
    retreat for the nation's elite in the
    late 1800s and now offers visitors an
    escape to the gentle elegance of the
    Victorian age.
    The pace is instantly slower and
    reminiscent of the so-called Golden
    Age. Once only approachable by
    water, the island now has a causeway
    leading to the mainland.


    Approa-chig hi- t -:lan)d by watl o~r
    is imrnnM-dialc thhrnitd b thel
    xprawl oi Vi t'xiarnt ri buikiiildtjg
    shcb-fed by he- i.wd's ,ately oak

    he Jekyi! Ilalnd Di&over y Toour
    is th- first of a series of river trips
    planned A trip traveling south with
    stops at the Ribauh Club. Kingsk-y
    Plantation and Ft Caroline will be
    the next offered. McCarthy is con-
    sidering additional trips that may
    travel by river to White ()ak and as
    far south as St. Augustine.
    The Jekyll Island tour will lkave
    Thursday. Nov 4 at 8 a-m. and cruise
    north, passing Cumberland Island.
    McCarthy's narrative will brifig the
    island alive as he describes the amaz-
    ing history of one of Georgia's most
    beautiful Golden Isles.


    11w i- c ir eludes lunch at the
    vk-g~pM Jekyll Island Club. a tour of
    the hotel or ilk- charming historic
    'cottagts A bus will return to
    Amelia Island at 5 pru. The $100 or
    $110 price includes lunch and tour.
    There are bathrooms on board.
    "We are so pkleasd that people
    arc excited about Discovery Tours.
    We look forward to sharing the
    watery roads of our coastal rivers"
    adds MCarthy
    For nire information contact
    Amelia River Cruises at 261-9972 or
    go to wwwanmcliaislandcruises.com.
    To be added to the Discovery Tours
    mailing list e-mail
    deanelia@yahoo con.
    Dickit Andersoa welcomes your
    comments.
    dljUandetrimon&nmawLm


    NM NI T,,ii1BT-'4


    SUBMITTED
    ARC opens store
    V C Nassau Board of Directors Chairman Wes White cuts the ribbon to Divine
    Hinds, the agency's new retail store, with Emma Ieeperr Island Treasures owner,
    afrd Faye Johnson, ARC executive director: Seestory 9B.


    SUBMMITED
    New members
    Recently, the Fernandina Beach Rotary Club inducted two new members: Alison
    lawrence and Doug Geib. Lawrence, sponsored for membership by David Caples, is
    a professional photographer and owns Alison and Company. Geib, sponsored by Jim
    Hook, is a private pilot for Fidelity National Finance. Above are Lawrence, club
    President Trip Clark, Geib, Caples and Hook.


    Real estate update
    The Fernandina Beach Rotary
    Club recently enjoyed an update
    on the local real estate market
    from Bruce Jasinsky of Coldwell
    Banker Jasinsky and Associates,
    right at right with club President
    Trip Clark. Jasinsky, active in
    Nassau County real estate for
    more than 30 years, noted that
    while the market is still strug-
    gling, opportunities exist. He
    pointed to increased sales of
    homes priced at 5200.000 or
    less, which has been a boon to
    first-time buyers. While aind and
    lot sales as well ;s commercial
    real estate sales are still poor, he
    said opportunities exist for
    investment in rental properties
    and condominiums. Jasinsky
    said with time, the local market
    would rebound. The Fernandina
    Beach Rotary Club meets every
    Wednesday from noon-1 p.m. at
    the Days Inn, 2707 Sadler Road.
    Visit www.fernandinabeachro-
    taryclub.org.


    Dedicated service
    Mayor Susan Steger reads
    a resolution expressing
    appreciation to Barbara
    O'Conner for her dedicated
    service as a member of the
    Airport Advisory Commis-
    sion during an Oct. 5 city
    commissioner meeting.
    ANC(;lJA )Al ,RITIRY/NI-I'S-.IFAD)ER


    >1 MI I 11
    Team building
    Members of the Amelia Island Nassau County Healtor Iraders Academy recently were
    hosted for a team building day by Diana Dilallo of Prime Iending, above. Aaron Bean,
    owner of Putt Putt at Main Beach, facilitated the event. The leadership group is in its
    first year and applications are now available for year two. The group meets monthly to
    participate in educational events.


    EgansCreek
    cleanup
    Eight kayakers from
    the Fernandina
    Beach Parks and
    Recreation Kayak
    Club participated in
    a cleanup of the
    Atlantic Avenue to
    Jasmine Street sec-
    tion of Egans Creek
    on Oct. 9.
    -: P''.:: .-7;I


    10-K110 gift
    Celebrating the
    unique date 10-
    10-10, members
    of the Newcomers
    Club of Amelia
    Island donated
    "10 cans of food or
    $10" to the Barna-
    bas Food Pantry
    Oct. 10. Spear-
    headed by the
    club's Community
    Service
    Committee, club
    president Carolyne
    Rudd presented a
    check to Barnabas
    Director Wanda
    Lanier. For assis-
    tance from the
    Food Pantry, or to sTMTIrrE
    donate food, call
    261-7000, ext. 107. For information about Newcomers, contact Terri Borakove at
    tborakove@aol.com or 321-1587, or visit http://newcomersclubofameliaisland.com.
    Not pictured are Community Service Committee co-chairs Jan Cote-Merow and
    Cynthia Mackenzie and Food Pantry program manager Stephanie Navarro.


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    IfIStIE lI


    PASTA )FR PA WS


    ANIMAL SERVICES


    Heth Rothenberg and
    Shelby, top right, enjoy din-
    ner at the Nassau Humane
    Society's annual Pasta for
    Paws spaghetti feast Oct. 2
    that served 475 people
    who also enjoyed live
    music and a large silent
    auction. Kathryn and
    Maynard Taylor wait for
    dinner with tickets in
    hand, above left. Right,
    Melinda McGrath and Fran
    Clark with four-footed
    friends Leo and Mallow.
    IKflIT(O BY KATfHY W.,Jc ?
    FOR TiE .NEWSIt. A!. .


    PET

    PROJECTS

    Fabric needed
    Clean cotton fabric, fleece,
    old cotton blankets, towels
    and bedspreads, etc. are need-
    ed to make bedding for cats
    and dogs at local animal shel-
    tere. tr ~p pioff at Buy-
    Ganes, lb4 S. Seventh St.,
    and receive a store gift card
    for your kindness. Call 277-
    4071. Tax donation forms are
    available.
    Group dogwa
    The Nassau Humane
    Society, 671 Airport Road,
    Fernandina Beach, welcomes
    volunteer dog-walkers who
    can give the shelter's dogs
    some exercise and socializa-
    tion while they're waiting for
    that special someone to adopt
    them. Group dog-walks are
    held on Mondays and
    Wednesday from 4:30-6 p.m.,
    and Sundays from 911 a.m.
    Call 321-1647 for information.
    Visit www.Nassau
    HumaneSociety.com.
    RAIN raffle
    RAIN is raffling off a
    Florida/Georgia weekend to
    help raise funds for the ani-
    mals. The weekend includes a
    two-night stay at Amelia Island
    Plantation (Friday and Satur-
    day), a gift certificate for din-
    ner at Baxter's Steak House,
    and two tickets to the Florida/
    Georgia football game Oct. 30.
    Tickets are a $1 donation
    and the winner will be drawn
    Oct 27. Purchase tickets at the
    Fernandina Beach Animal
    Clinic. Best Friends Card and
    Gift, Amelia Island Reality and
    any of RAIN's upcoming
    garage sales or the RAIN
    booth at the Northeast Florida
    Fair through Oct. 24 at the
    Nassau County Fairgrounds.

    Halloweenat
    ThrftStore
    Cats Angels' Thrift Store,
    709 S Eighth St., is Halloween
    central for decoration, gift.
    party and costume needs at
    low prices. 709 S. Eighth St..
    Monday-Saturday. 11 a.m.-5
    p.m. All sales benefit the Spay
    and Neuter Program Cats
    Angels is a non-profit. 501c3
    organization.

    Rescue Me
    fimdraser
    Cats Angels. Inc. SPCA's
    Third Annual "Rescue Me"
    Fall Fundraiser will be held
    Nov. 7 from 5-8 p.m. at Sand
    Bottoms Beach Bar & Grill
    There will be music by The
    Macys, an appetizer buffet.
    cash bar and silent auction.
    Tickets are 820 and available
    at the Cats Angels Thrift
    Store/Adoption Center. 709 S
    Eighth St., online at www.cat-
    sangels.com or call 321-2267
    for more information.


    Monsters wanted
    The second annual St Marys, (a.,
    Haunted House Tour will be eIld ()Oc. 29
    and 30 and the hosts need volunteer limon-
    sters, men and women, ages 21 and older.
    Auditions will be held through Oct. 21 from
    2-7 p.m. at 302 Osborne St., downtown St.
    Marys. Costumes will be provided. Mon-
    sters must be available from 7 p.m. until
    midnight on Friday and Saturday of the
    event. There will be a monster meeting Oct.
    22 from 5-7 p.m. Each monster must attend
    one evening rehearsal the week prior.
    Ghost tours
    Amelia Island Ghost Tlours, the original
    walking ghost tour of Amelia, start at 8 p.m.
    and last at least two hours. Bring your cam-
    era and capture some amazing pictures. Call
    9548-0996 for reservations.
    Haunted history tour
    On Friday, Oct. 22, the Anm'lia Island
    Museum of History and Amelia Island
    Trolleys invite you to board the trolley for a
    ghost tour of downtown and arrive at theta
    haunted old jail for Tricks and Treals. Tht
    tour begins at 6:30 p.m. in front of Brett's
    Waterway Cafe at the foot of Centre Street.
    limited seating. Call 261-7378. ext. 101 for
    ticket pricing and reservations.
    Fall Festval
    Memorial Unitd Mlethodist Church will
    hold its annual gift to the community ()ct. 23
    at Main Beach Park. Enjoy free food, games,
    music and more.
    There will be egg races, sandcastle build-
    ing contest, volleyball, bouncy houses and
    much, much more. For information contact
    the church office at 261-5769.
    Holler for a Dollar
    The Eighth Annual Holler for a Dollar
    Haunted House, Haunted Havrid,- and
    Haunted Forest will b heldc at Florida State
    College at Jacksonvillet'- Ilducation Center.
    76346 William Burgess,- llvd.. Yulrc. Oct. 23,
    29 and 30 from 7:30-11 p.m. each night for
    ages 9-99. (;oulish Ir'alts will be fi,, sale.
    Proceeds benefit I!nited \Vav and i'ni!td
    Communities, Take Stock in Cllildren and
    the Baptist Medical C'nt'r Canc,.' r Rc-. :a:. h
    Institute. Admission i. 2- to caIh attraction.
    or $5 for all thric. Call 54s-44Yq
    Time for Tots party
    The Nassau County Public Library pr -,-
    ents a special TinK for Tots Co.-tumLi. Party
    Oct. 27 at 10:30 a.m at the Feriiandina
    Beach branch library. 23 N Fourt-h St
    Come dressed as your iavoritc cl'arac:cr a7.di
    enjoy special holiday -,torie,. a craft and


    refreshments Sponsored by the Friends of
    the library.
    Howl-eween Pooch Parade
    A Howl-o-ween Pooch Pdiade and
    Costume Contes will bt held Oct. 29 at
    Omni-Amelia Il,.nd Plantation, spon-ored
    by Amelia Island Nature Center
    Registration.is at 5:30 p.m. at Anilia's
    Wheels (next to the Spa at Omni AlIF. The
    $10donation (cash or check) will benefit
    RAIN Humane Society outreach programs
    and its animals in residence. The parade
    starts at 6 p.m. and will circulate around the
    Spa & Shops area. The costume contest will
    be decided at 6:30 p.gi.
    For information call (904) 879-5861 or
    email rainhumane@yahoo.com.
    Halloween dance
    The Ballroom Youth Academy presents
    its Halloween Costume and Dance Party
    2010 from 7-10 p.m. Oct. 29 at the Peck
    Center auditorium. Admission is $10; chil-
    dren under 17 free. There will be a costume
    contest for adults and children and a compli-
    mentary group lesson in Thriller, Monster
    Mash and swing. Call Felix Solis at (904)
    707-6762.
    All proceeds benefit the Ballroom Youth
    Academy, a non-profit arts organization that
    provides free dance lessons to the youth of
    Nassau County.
    Bethlehem Marketplace
    Springhill Baptist Church on Old
    Nassauville Road will host its annual
    Bethlehem Marketplace Oct. 29 from 6-9
    p.m. There will be free rides, prizes, games
    and activities for all ages. Drinks, hamburg-
    ers and hot dogs will be available at low
    prices. Admission is one non-perishable food
    item. Please, no scary costumes allowed.
    Bring the entire family.
    Haunted house
    Joseph and Terra Lucent will host a
    haunted house tour at 300 Osborne St., St.
    Marys, Ga., Oct. 29 and 30 at 6 p.m., with a
    separate area for small children. The tour is
    fun-scary, not horror-scary. Admission is
    free but guests may make donations at the
    door to benefit the Lucent's non-profit organ-
    ization, The Love of Pets, to help spay and
    neuter local animals
    Fall festival
    Five Points Baptist Church at 736 Bonnie-
    view Road will hold its free Fall Festival from
    6- p.m. Oct. 3).
    There will be an obstacle course with a
    16-foot slide, hayride, games. prizes, pop-
    corn, snow cones and much more. For infor-
    mation call 261-4615.


    ARC Nassau opens store


    A ribbon cutting signified
    the official opening of ARC
    Nassau's new resale store,
    Fabulous Finds, located inside
    Island Treasures at 1104 S.
    Eighth St., Fernandina Beach.
    More than 50 guests cele-
    brated the community part-
    nership that will raise much-
    needed funds for ARC's
    programs and services that
    support Nassau Cbunty adults
    with developmental disabili-
    ties. The resale store features
    fun finds, delightful art and
    great gifts at fabulous prices.


    "We are deeply grateful to
    Emma and Bill Leeper for
    their kind ofker to partner with
    ARC on this new resale store."
    said Faye Johnson. executive
    director of ARC Nassau. "Bill
    also serves on our board of
    directors and understands the
    agency's significant need to
    raise funds and awareness for
    our county's disabled adults.
    Fabulous Finds is the perfect
    venue to do so."
    ARC Nassau is the only
    nonprofit agency in Nassau
    County supporting adults with


    developmental disabilities. Its
    mission is to educate, moti-
    vate and encourage individu-
    als with disabilities to achieve
    independence and enjoy ful-
    filling lives.
    Visit the new website at
    www.arcnassau.org or call
    225-9355 to learn more about
    the agency's donation Wish
    lists for Fabulous Finds, the
    Teachers Store and the Adult
    Day Training Program. ARC
    Nassau is located at 86051
    Hamilton St., off US 17 north
    in Yulee.


    Hi' My name is Hunter 1
    am a 3-year-old mak- hound
    mix that doesn't hunt. (Oh
    well, no one is perfect') Even
    though I am a little skinny. 1
    am otherwise healthy and
    heartworm negative I get
    along great with my doggy
    friends, adults and children
    All I need is a good loving
    home and you will see what a


    Tle first time Cats Angels
    met Paw Paw, he was in bad
    shape. He had acid burns on
    the bottom of his paws. We
    don't know how it happened,
    but he needed our help and.
    with medical care and con-
    cern, Paw law was soon on
    his way to recovery Paw Paw
    is a large white and gray male
    with a big "purr-sonality" who
    likes to be in charge at the
    Adoption Center. If you would
    like a loving only cat, Paw Paw
    is your guy. Call us to meet
    him.
    Tickets for Cats Angels'
    "Rescue Me" fundraiser are
    now on sale at our Thrift
    Store/Adoption Center, 709 S.
    Eighth St., or online at
    www.catsangels.com.
    "Rescue Me' will be held Nov.


    Tyrone has got game!
    Specifically, basketball he
    just loves "miniature" basket-
    balls and has one in his ken-
    nel. He's a happy, energetic
    guy, about 2 years old, and
    very friendly. He walks well
    on his leash he just trots
    along at your side, happy to be
    with you. He's got a beautiful
    face with big, loving eyes and
    distinctive white markings on
    his head and back, like a dia-
    mond which he is! Toss
    Tyrone a ball and see how
    quickly you can make a friend
    for life!
    Biggins is one of our staff's
    favorites! He's about 2 years
    old and just as sweet as can


    beautiful dog I really am.
    Conm se-e n- or yourself. I
    would make a great compan-
    ion. I can be seen at Nassau
    County Animal Services.
    iO078 license Road. Yulee, 11
    am to 4 p m. Tuesday
    through Friday, and Saturdays
    11 a. to 4 p.m \i e are
    closed to the public Sundays
    and Monday. Call 491-7440.


    7 at Sandy Bottoms Beach Bar
    & (;rilL Tickets are $20 and
    include an appetizer buffet,
    cash bar, silent auction and
    music by The Macys.
    Call Cats Angels at 321-
    2267 for information on low
    cost spay and neuter services.
    Don't wait until there are lit-
    ters of unwanted kittens.


    be. He has a beautiful orange
    coat and, even better, he has a
    wonderful, laid-back personal-
    ity. And he likes to be held, so
    he'll be a loving friend for
    sure. You can see all of our
    great pets at
    NassauHumaneSociety.com.
    Click on "Adoption Spotlight"
    to watch videos of our dogs.
    We have a large selection
    of wonderful animals ready
    for adoption, ranging from
    puppies and kittens to mature
    pets, both purebreds and
    mixed breeds. Our adoption
    center is open 11:30 am.-5
    p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 11 am.-4
    p.m. Saturday, at 671 Airport
    Road, or call 321-1647.


    RAIN

    Say Hello to the "Iceman."
    Ice is a about 8 years old and
    is one of our heftier kitties,
    weighing in at roughly 17
    pounds. He does well with
    others, but does enjoy his pri-
    vate time. He tolerates dogs
    and you can find him every
    morning watching the sun 3
    come up in his favorite spot on
    the porch. He is pure white
    and does have a slight hearing
    impairment, but it does not
    affect his loving personality.
    To learn more about Ice and
    many other great pets at RAIN booth at the Northeast
    RAIN, please call (904) 879- Florida Fair this week, and get
    5861 or visit rainhumanesp- a chance at tickets to the
    ca.org. Florida/Georgia football game-
    Don't forget to visit the on Oct 30:


    STARS


    Toby, a young, 14-pound.
    black and tan wire-haired
    dachshund, was hit by a car
    and had a broken leg and
    other injuries. His leg has
    healed nicely Toby is so grate-
    ful to be alive that he just can't
    kove people enough' He looks
    at his foster mom with the
    most loving and trusting eyes
    and you can almost hear him
    saying Thank you for helping
    me!'
    Save the Animals Rescue
    Society does ro: run a shelter.
    Animals are fostered by
    STARS members until a suit-
    able and caring home is
    found STARS needs new fos-
    ter hom-e in order to res-cue


    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.


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    PEOPLE &PLACES


    SPECIAL EVENTS

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    TKh Art of War will be orn
    ,OxhAt at the museum 829
    Rriersde Ave Jacksonvdlle
    through Nov 14 Durig World
    War II a number of govern-
    ment agencies issued posters
    for display in pubic places
    Jacksonville resident Major
    General Gerry Maloney USAF
    (Ret) a 31-year veteran
    of the U S Air Force, began
    colecitng these posters as a
    10-year old boy A portion of
    his collection wi be displayed
    publcty for the first time r this
    exhibition
    Barbecue competition
    The city of Fernandna
    Beach Fall BBQ Competition
    will be held starting at 1 p m
    Nov 6 at Central Park, with
    judging at 12:30 p.m.
    Each team will be provided
    with 50 pounds of Boston butt
    for the pork category and/or 50
    pounds of beef brisket. A small
    sample wil be presented for
    judging and the rest will be for
    spectators to enjoy Registra-
    tion is $75 for one category or
    $125 for both, due by Oct 29
    at the Atlantic Avenue
    Recreation Center. Each grill
    must have a fire extinguisher
    on hand
    Tickets for the public are
    $10, with additional sides and
    waterficed tea included. Enjoy
    games, view the cooking sta-
    tions and listen to the Klassic
    Kountry Boys beginning at 11
    a.m. For information call Jay at
    277-7350 or email jrobert-
    son@fbfl.org.
    'Farm-tastc Dinner'
    Imagine dining together as
    neighbors and friends at one
    long banquet table outdoors
    on a local farm to celebrate the
    fal harvest. Similar to the farm
    dinners gaining popularity from


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    are $50 and include appetiz-
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    glass of wine For details con-
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    members Mark and Donna
    Paz Kaufman at 277-2048
    Pirates ball
    The Fernandina Pirates
    Club will hold a Royal Ball
    Nov 20 at the Kraft Athletic
    Club (Ten Acres) on Amelia
    Island
    Enjoy an evening of ele-
    gant costumes, a buffet dinner
    and live music by Tuff-A-Nuff,
    a silent auction and door
    prizes at this BYOB, adults-
    only event. Doors open at 5
    p m., with dinner from 5:30-
    8:30 p.m. and the band from
    6-11 p.m. Tickets can be pur-
    chased in advance from your
    favorite pirate or online at
    www.FemandinaPirates.com.
    Tickets are $25 in advance or
    $30 at the door. Proceeds will
    benefit the club's Adopt-a-
    Family Thanksgiving and
    Christmas programs and Joy
    to the Children.
    Holiday home tour
    The Amelia Island
    Museum of History annual
    Holiday Home Tour will be
    held Dec. 3-4, featuring four
    private homes in the.
    Fernandina Beach Historic
    District. In conjunction with the
    tour, a Victorian Tea will be
    offered at the Bailey House
    with a menu of scones, minia-
    ture sandwiches and sweets
    served on vintage china.
    Costumed singers will provide
    music of the season. Seatings
    are at 2, 3 and 4 p.m. each
    day and reservations are
    available with a separate tick-
    et sold only through the muse-


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    champs
    66. Haves of diame-
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    the lawn there
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    Thompmn Farna
    Smokebouse wil hawv
    smoked turkey smoked
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    order only fr
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    order by caltag (229) 26
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    Now. 3 or pick-up at the
    Fernadina Farmers
    Market on Nv &6
    Al the market Oct. 23
    will be Refklctions of
    Nature. An-Bel-kabkl Egg
    Rols and Holy's H2avenhy
    Cbeedecaks. To sign up kor
    the E-Mail Newskter, go to
    ww.fernandinafarnmers
    market.com.
    The award-winning
    Fernandina Farmers
    Market, open every
    Saturday from 9 am.- p.m.,
    features farm-fresh produce
    as well as a variety of organ-
    ic products and specialty
    foods. Discover gourmet
    baked goods from crusty
    breads to delectable
    desserts and prepared
    foods such as jellies, relish-


    urn, 233 S. Third St.
    Tour tickets are $25 in
    advance and $30 on tour
    days. Tea tickets are $15. Visit
    www.ameliamuseum.org or
    call 261-7378, ext. 100.
    Proceeds will benefit the
    museum's library and archival
    storage facility.
    THIS WEEK

    Donations needed
    Harbor Shores Ministries is
    a non-profit organization that
    is reaching out to needy fami-
    lies in the local community. It
    accepts tax-deductible dona-
    tions to help local needs. Your
    items may be given to a family
    in need or liquidated to supply
    food, clothes, furniture, etc.
    Call 225-0963 to schedule
    your items to be picked up.
    Donations are tax-deductible.
    Class dinner
    The Class of 1957 will
    have dinner at The Marina
    Restaurant on Centre St.,
    Fernandina Beach, at 5 p.m.
    Oct. 21.
    Trade-in benefit
    Patchington a women's
    boutique is holding its 12th
    semi annual Trade-In Event
    through Oct. 25 to support,
    women who have been vic-
    tims of domestic violence.
    Customers "trading in" gently
    used clothing will receive an
    allowance on comparable arti-
    cles of clothing $10 off the
    purchase of a new top; $15 off
    the purchase of a new bottom;


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    Fernandina Farmers Market vendor Thompson
    Farms Smokehouse is offering smoked mrkeys,
    smoked turkey breasts and whole smoked tenderied
    hams by order only for Thankgiving.


    es and marinades. The mar-
    ket is alo the perfect loca-
    tion to choose from a wide
    variety of specialty tropical
    plants and landscaping
    plants, including orchids,
    herbs and garden flowers.
    The market is located
    downtown at Seventh and


    and $20 off the purchase of a
    new jacket or dress. All trad-
    ed-in" items are donated to
    local organizations to sell at
    their thrift shops. Proceeds -
    from the thrift shops fund pro-
    grams that support victims of
    domestic violence. For infor-
    mation visit www.patching-
    ton.com.
    Alzhelmer'ssupport
    The Alzheimer's/Dementia
    Support Group for Nassau
    County meets 1:30-2:30 p.m.
    the third Thursday of each
    month at the Council on
    Aging, 1367 South 18th St.
    The next meeting is Oct. 21. It
    is open to the public and
    everyone who has an interest
    is invited to attend. For infor-
    mation call Ann Smith, RN, at
    491-3222.
    Free dinner
    Springhill Baptist Church
    will serve meals for individuals
    and families in need in the
    area on Thursday, Oct. 21
    from 5-6:30 p.m. at the
    church, 941017 Old Nassau-
    ville Road. This month and
    November and December,
    dinners will be served on the
    third Thursday due to the holi-
    days. Beginning in January,
    meals will be served on the
    usual fourth Thursday.
    The church also delivers
    meals to those who cannot
    come. On the day of the meal
    if possible, anyone coming or
    needing a meal delivered
    should call 261-4741, ext 110,
    in advance. For information,
    call Robyn Stuckey at 583-
    3280.
    WNHSdramas
    The West Nassau High
    School Drama Department
    will perform two one-act plays
    on Oct. 21 and Oct. 22 at 7:30
    p.m. in the black box theater
    in the drama room, 1 Warrior
    Drive, Callahan.
    The students will perform
    'The Unknown Soldier" by
    Warren Frost, an unusual
    drama about the depths of
    grief felt by families in the
    North during the Civil War.
    The West Nassau Repertory
    Theatre, created to support


    Centre streets. No pets.
    please. For more informa-
    tion call 491-4872 or visit
    www.fernandinafarmers-
    market.com. Visit
    www.ameliagarden.com for
    information about the
    March 5 and 6 Amelia
    Island Garden Show.


    the drama program, will per-
    form Dust of the Road" by
    Kenneth Goodman, an inspir-
    ing tale of good versus evil.
    The cast wil feature Janet
    Cote Merow and Jeff Gold-
    berg, along with two West
    Nassau teachers, Alison
    Stewart and Martha Garvin.
    Tickets are $3 for students
    and $5 for adults and will be
    sold in the drama room before
    the show date and at the door.
    Call (904) 879-3461.
    Men's Newcomers
    The Men's Newcomers
    Club of Amelia Island will hold
    its Oct. 21 luncheon meeting
    at the Fernandina Beach Golf
    Club at 11:30 a.m. State Rep.
    Janet Adkins will talk about
    the current state of the Florida
    economy and give an
    overview of the 2010 legisla-
    tive session. Tickets are $17
    at the door. For reservations,
    call Bob Keane, 904-277-
    4590. All men, whether new to
    the area or longtime Nassau
    County residents, are wel-
    come to attend. For informa-
    tion visit www.mensnewcom-
    ersclub.org.
    Art show
    Original artwork by Paul
    Maley may be seen from 5-8
    p.m. Oct. 23 upstairs at
    Pablo's on North Second
    Street, Fernandina Beach.
    Enjoy a wine and cheese
    reception. For information call
    Maley at (904) 556-2037.
    Amelia Challenge
    The Amelia Challenge
    2010 presented by Baptist
    Medical Center Nassau and a
    fundraising event of the
    Rotary Club of Amelia Island
    Sunrise will combine sports
    and intellectual challenges
    with other activities for the
    family including a jump house
    for kids and food by Sonny's
    BBQ available on-site begin-
    ning at 9 a.m. Oct. 23 at the
    Atlantic Avenue Recreation
    Center in Fernandina Beach.
    Each team of four may
    designate $100 of their $250
    entry fee to one of the chari-
    ties named on the application.
    Visit www.ameliaChallenge.
    com.
    mNE WEE

    Irish films
    Join the Amelia Island Film
    Festival Oct. 26 for an
    evening featuring the Irish
    comedy, Waking Ned Devine,
    starring lan Banner, David
    Kelly and Fionnula Flanagan,
    and additional shorts with ani-
    mation at O'Kane's Irish Pub
    and Eatery. 318 Centre St.
    Movies start at 7 p.m.
    Suggested donation is $10.
    Cash bar Tickets are avail-
    able at the UPS stores in
    Yulee and Femandma Beach
    and Books Plus, 107 Centre
    St Call 335-1110 or visit www.
    AmelialstandFilm Festival.org.
    Barbecue dinner
    The GFWC Junior
    Woman's Club of Femandna
    Beach will host a barbecue
    dinner fundraiser on Oct 26
    from 6-7 pm
    Dinner is available for pick-
    up only at the Woman's Club,
    201 Jean LafneAve in
    Fernandrna Beach: however,
    orders placed ahead of
    time may be ek gibe for dekv-
    ery
    The meal will be provided
    by Calahlan BBQ and wil
    Include barbecue chicken,
    Deans slaw a drink and
    desse" Cost s s 7 per plate
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    HOME & GARDEN BRIEFS


    The Nassau County
    Community Development
    Corporation (NCCDC) will
    host its regular annual Peck-
    Community Banquet Nov. 6 at
    6 p.m. at the Atlantic Avenue
    Recreation Center,
    Fernandina Beach.
    The keynote speaker will
    be Spencer Lodree, assistant
    principal, Femandna Beach
    High School. Proceeds from
    the banquet wil benefit the
    NCCDC scholarship fund and
    other organization sponsored
    programs. Plan to make your
    reservations earty by calling
    261- 4113, 261-3845 or 261-
    4396. The donation is $40.


    Ballroom dancing
    Classic Balroom Dancing
    wt ofer adult balloom dance
    classes fo tour weeks begin-
    rng Oct 27 trom 6-7 pn at
    the Peck Center audironrum
    Cost is 10 per person per
    cass The first day. spend hall
    the class eamng the Michael
    Jackson Thter' ne dance
    n tme for the Ballroom Youth
    Academy dance Oct 29 For
    information contact Fetx Sois
    at 707-6762

    Night of Laughter
    Shny Badges and The
    Alley Cat present a Night of
    Laughter at 7.30 p.m. Oct. 28
    at 915 South 14th Street.
    Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
    Enpy laughs with comed-
    ene Amy Beckham and
    funny guy Johnny Mac to ben-
    efit Shiny Badges, Inc.
    General adrnission is $15. VIP
    tickets are $25 Tickets are
    available at Phily Boyz
    Steaks on Centre Street and
    at Rowand's Upholstery Plus
    on South Eighth Street or
    online at www shinybadges
    corn.
    YPC event
    The Young Professionals
    Couni of Nassau County
    (YPC) will host a networking
    and social event with silent
    auction at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at
    Karibrew, 27 N. Third St.,
    Femandina Beach. A silent
    auction and raffle will benefit 3
    Peaks 3 Weeks, an annual
    all-female climbing event that
    aims to summit three of
    Africa's highest peaks in three
    weeks, raising money and
    awareness for the environ-
    ment, education and health.
    The goals of YPC include
    networking, professional
    development, community
    service, and advocacy for
    those between the ages of 21
    and 40. However, anyone
    over age 18 is invited.
    Although not required, an
    RSVP to Brandy at Brandy@
    mixmed.com is appreciated.
    Visit them on Facebook or at
    http://ypcnassau.com/.
    Gator gathering
    The Nassau County Gator
    family is getting together for
    the annual showdown
    between Florida and Georgia
    from 6-8 p.m. Oct. 28 at
    O'Kane's Irish Pub and Eatery
    on Centre Street, Femandina
    Beach. Guest speaker will be
    Steve Russell, director of
    sports, WRUF, University of
    Florida. Bring family and
    friends.
    Fratbash
    Omni Amelia Island
    Plantation will host a Gator/
    Dawg Boardwalk Bash Oct.
    29 with live entertainment and
    $1 beer, followed by the Frat
    Bash Dance and Party with
    The Swingin' Medallions, the
    "Party Band of the South."
    Gator fans and Bulldog
    fans alike are invited to enter
    to win a four-day, three-night
    stay at Omni Amelia Island
    Plantation for Florida/Georgia
    football game weekend. Visit
    www.gatorsbulldogs.com to
    enter.
    Capt MagIC
    Captain Magic's Floating
    House Party, a show combin-
    ing jazz music and feats of
    mental magic, will play at
    Femandina Little Theatre's
    After Supper Club Oct. 30.
    There is no charge at the
    door, although "love dona-
    tions" are accepted. Feman-
    dina Little Theatre is located
    at 1014 Beech St. For infor-
    mation, email fltplay@peo-
    plepc.com or call 277-2202.
    Kids'art
    The Island Art Association
    will offer Children's Art classes
    Oct. 30 from 10-11 a.m. and
    11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. for ages 6-
    10; and Middle School Art
    Oct. 30 from 1-2:30 p.m. for
    ages 11-14.
    All classes free thanks to
    donations by the Woodcock
    Foundation and the Amelia
    Island Plantation Ladies
    Association and are held at
    the Island Art Association, 18
    N. Second St., Femandina
    Beach. Sign up at the gallery.
    Cal 261-7020. Visit
    www islandart.org.


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    The tribune & Georgian, a twice
    weekly newspaper covering Camden
    County, Ga, has an immediate opening
    for a full-time sports editor.
    Candidate should have a degree In
    journalism or related field and at least
    two years of reporting experience. The
    sports editor, who is supervised by the
    editor, develops story budgets, writes
    stones and takes photographs for each
    edition and special section. Duties also
    include designing and laying out sports
    section pages and copy editing. The
    Tribune & Georgian is the hometown
    paper of the Camden County High
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    consecutive 5A state football titles as
    well as region titles in a range of other
    high school sports. Coverage also
    includes outdoor sports like hunting
    and fishing, youth leagues, a county-
    wide recreation department and
    tournaments at four local golf courses.
    The right candidate will have a passion
    for community Journalism the ability to
    build rapport with sources ranging from
    sports figures and coaches to players
    and parents. Send a resume and cover
    letter to editor Emily Heglund by email
    at edltorl@tds.net tds.net or y mail to Tribune &
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    306 Lessons/Classes
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    musician available for classes. Positive
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    TOP Of THE LINE r-na pio, .
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    $4500 Sell or 795 Can cei -r rall
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    Re in ylee 450,S/mo Reaoy now
    Call (904'206 1370 The Real Estate
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    FRESH PAINT 385R2BA on fenced
    1/2 acre hew foong, new appliances.
    Qiet (-I cc sac ($HS0'mo t 1:002
    deposl (9)4'613-2529
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    2BR/1BA near the beach. $700/mo
    + $700 secunty deposit. Call (904)
    583-3811.

    OCEANFRONT 28R/2.5BA TOWN-
    HOUSE Completely remodeled.
    Gorgeous views. $13CO/mo. (904)321-
    4366 or (904)557-8220




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    CENTER, INC

    The New to You lntalf Storr ei in
    excellent place to recycle your household
    good. For info call: 904.321.2334
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    CURTISS H. LASSERRE TI

    3032 S. 8th St./A 1.\ Fernandina Beach. F. 32035 0-51 u
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    'i:ee i irutighest cleanolns ,n the esl
    coast Possbl]hle caln lews St.tf.XXJ


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    lixatlnii forC )ur h(i tin 3r rntrel. in tie (',3ta;ge .cl(Ae I3c orin ur/gtreit ci
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    and second h runi owners Reduced 1o $MS9,5(1 # 52241
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    167 LONG POINT DRIVE

    Relax, entertain and enjov living
    in this 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath,

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    6800 First Coast Highway Amelia Island, FL 32034
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    49. 4911 bobramnshawh*on corn

    STUDIO APT. Beauttulty flimcVe
    A !. gated. nctukes all uttlmes. hJ,-
    tcrri rental Beach access N0o sos
    mg $8O0 (904)206-1071, 321 4262

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    -ery clean. remodeled Starong $ISO
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    IBR/1BA Ceramic tile throughout
    t*alr.r* l -rrfidheid Inside Calahad
    MIty lirlls ( 04'6 .'H 0167

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    o c-an All utilltlc i'e cept eleitll,
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    Qui-t Soo0/mo (904).11, 1665

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    applh(llon% for our 1 & 2 bedroom
    units Rent based on income Apply at
    Post Oak Apts. 996 Clrona Dr.
    rernandlna Beach; (904)277 7817
    Handicap Accessible units available
    This Instlttion Is an equal opportunity
    provider and employer

    2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOUSE Close to
    the beach. Long term only Available
    now $775. (904)277-1818 (9am
    4pm), 261-8132 evenings.

    OCEANFRONT 2BR/1BA. patio.
    terrazzo floors. 270 S Fletcher. Sewer,
    water & garbage included. $750/mo
    + $850 deposit (904)556-5722


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    SUMMER BEACH VILLAGE- Furni'h
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    GorT c pool, ', Cv ir/ent to Rental b
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    1860 Homgs-Unfurnlshed
    FOR RENT 3/2 in YulVe, fenced, with
    garage $990/mo Call (904)753.0807
    or 261-0920.
    MOBILE HOME Rent to own. Triple
    wide 3BR/2BA w/small office on 4
    acres 96749 Blackrock, Yulee. ROOM
    for rent w/private bath (904)624-5840
    RENT $1,000/14MO. or lease/option
    consider94 3BR/2BA home, very nice
    condilin on comer lot near college &
    Go,'t center. Convenient to 1-95 Own-
    'r/agent Karen Werling 904-556-9549
    FOR SALE OR RENT Very nice brick
    home In Yulee 3BR/18A LR, dining
    4rea, fill/ l i Jip^'i: kitchen, hirdeiooi
    floors, well, water softener, fenced
    yard, storage shed (904)261-2132
    3BR/2BA near Elementary School.
    Single car garage, washer/dryer hook-
    up $950/mo. (904)556-1641


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    OCEXNVIEW 38R/28A arn 2BP,'18A
    aCT' ,4 231 466, C t Lasserre,



    CURTISS H.

    LASSERRE
    -Real Estate, Inc.




    LONG TERM
    ON ISLAND
    *3BR12BA Home on Amela Island
    wth beautiful view of Egans Creek
    I1,54 approx sq ft $1.400/mo. + U01.
    *730 S 14th St. 3BR/IBA $900/mo.
    utilitiess, $1.000 sec dep
    *1334 Atlanc Ave 3BR/ IBA1,243
    approx sqft $1,200/mo. *- utilities.
    S2039A Natures Walk Attractive
    and clean 3BR/2BA. split level town-
    house. 1.711 approx. sq. ft..
    $1.350/mo utilities. Lease with
    possible option to buy.
    *309 South 6th Street. 3BR/2BA.
    1718 approx. sq.ft. available possible
    Nov. 1st $1.400/mo.+ utilities.
    OFF ISLAND
    *Marsh Lakes. 36 Teal Ct. Town
    House. 3BR/2BA w/EFF I BR over 2
    car garage $1.350/mo. comm. pool
    tennis ct
    *3BR/2BA home, 95584 Alligator
    Creek Road 1.120 approx. sq. ft.
    $990/mo.+ until.
    VACATION RENTAL
    *AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTH-
    LY 2BRI IBA Ocean-view. 487 S.
    Fletcher. Special Fall monthly rates.
    All until. wi-fi, TV & phone


    Amelia Island, Florida


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    upF urs uni. (Ise tu beach $I25/na.
    A2,uiablec !b6/Ilo'J.
    %% E I 5'TH STREET 3BR/ 2BA
    upstairs unit on Nilnh end of island.
    Clo',e to hbeach S'i lil9 ,/1 icl. l alcr.
    garage & trJagr Axjllhie nuu
    NFIST AV I-F.NE HI/BAcondo
    located in Sea Castles. car garage.
    $1,095/ino. Available 10/12/l0.
    S. FLETCUER AVE 3BR/BA
    upstairs unit across from beach.
    Sl,150/ no. incl. water garbage &
    sewage. Available now.
    *S. 7TH ST. 2BR/1BA house in
    Historic District. $875/mo. Available
    now.
    SAND HICKORY TRAIL 3BR/
    2BA Home in Hickory Village. 2-car
    garage. Close to Yulee Schools.
    $!.075/mo. Available now.
    AMELIA. LAKES IBR/IBA
    condo. Community pool. $750/mo.
    incl. water, garbage & sewage.
    Available now.
    N. 15TH STREET 3BR/2BA
    house. Located between Main Beach
    and histonc downtown. $1,125/mo.
    Available now.

    (800) 741-401


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    CARLTON DUNES
    Exocutlvo oceanfront condos at Summer
    Beach with upscale appointments located
    North ft Tho Ritz Carlton Prices start at
    $1,250,000


    PRESERVE TOWNHOME

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    Oc .r' ard c, sie o..ri's ,r "-* o-of'
    :' ,.rrrr c BrE 2 _r tr-tedr :rs starting
    at $259.900 -r'- r rer- s


    THE PRESERVE AT SUMMER BEACH
    95168 WILLET WAY



    $545.000 .'_ -


    OCEAN PLACE
    Ocean front at It's finest! 2 and 3 bedroom
    units located on the South side of The Ritz-
    Carlton at Summer Beach Prices start at
    $525,000 Investors welcome.


    1STPS5 TO TIE BEACH
    Ocean Viloge 4BR/3BA. eat-in kitchen, open floor-
    plan Screened oorch. 2 neighbohood cools and
    terns
    $729,900 MLS#52038


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    'acirg 3' .ver;3 water $579,000 '/_StIC70C


    69 SPINNAKER DRIVE




    $425,000 '.'_5=:" 2'


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    1995 JEEP WRANGLER SE
    4x4, Hard Top, Marn," Stee CJj- t T;res a d
    Wheels, Straight Cyl. 5 Speea. C7rome
    Package, A, C
    VALUE PRICED $8,450


    eCUU IUIW II L UirfWlrll
    Auto, A/C, AM/FM Stereo, CD, Surroof, Custom
    Wheel Covers, Gas Saver.

    VALUE PRICED $4,450


    uO20 FORD F15O XLT
    Regular Cab, Auto AC, PIrC iC A i '71 li. '
    Lx New, 90k Low Miles
    VALUE PRICED $9,950


    1999 MERLUCRY VILLAGER
    Auto, A,', Powe r ifnoii', P ,,.irr l- k ( r.i-r ltll
    AM/FM Stereo 8 Pj.sriigr I w, ri i- ll ')

    VALUE PRICED $7,450


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    THE PRESERVE AT SUMMER BEACH
    95035 WOODBERRY LANE
    Beautiful lakefront & BR/A BA "ne '- the Preser/e
    at Summer Beach. ImrnrTaclc~ e T'-cre v/:th fac-
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    47 BEACH WALKER ROAD




    $1.299,000 '.'


    HARRISON COVE VILLAS PRESERVE ESTATE HOMES


    Prices srart ng oa $279.900


    Pr ces stwrtatg al S450.000


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