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F L 0 R I D A S


NEWS


LEADER


Fn ..r December lo a .A. :. :


17 implicated

in city drug sweep


'Suspicious' package

closes Shave Bridge


4 cats die in

Yulee house fire


Drums still for


Yulee soldier


PYA'\ -AI i

A ,,ldier fro,,r Yul:: and anor't-r
Amewrican were killed ID,- during
combat o(p:ration- in Afhaniiian,r
tucordinfg t, the I' I parte ,t li)fns --.
Spc. Kelly J M ixon, i:. di.d ,,I
wourldni Us'utainLld whe:!. an in-,ur.t '-l.
atia;ckaed his ihfit with an improvi,-d
expl.osive devitr. Al-, killed wa-, '.;t
Jarri- A. Ayube II, %., o( \h-in. Mla-.
1 .1Ila nCl d friend, 'said Mixon, a
Zt0)5 gradutil of Irvrnanldina Ih-ch
High S'lihoo)l, had a pa-,ion for muinic
"'Oh, man ,0o )i ,ionale I can l-lll
you Krlly sltarl-dl ,ft hi, miukial carrier
playing tirh violin." ,aid llarold


Bargeron, Mixon's father. "He played
the clarinet and mastered it, of course.
He got his chance to play drums, and
that was his main passion. He played
ba-, drums, he played tenor his main
goal in life was to play the snares, and
ht. got it,"
Mary Sik.es, head of operations for
the I BHS band, said that pasiion con-
tirnu.d through MixoIn's high school
year, and beyond.
"i- was a real good kid," she tsid.
l"appy you enjoyed being around
him A hard worker loved what he
did When he was not at school or
working with the band, he was always
d ru ming."
MIXON Continued on 3A


WINDY ICY COLD SEASON


A tarp partially covering the roof of the "Pippi Longstocking" house in Old Town flaps wildly in the wind
Monday as a cold front moves in. According to Joan Altman, who bought the house 23 years ago, shortly
before "The New Adventures of Pippi Iangstocldng" was filmed using the house, the roof was to be
replaced last summer but contractors have yet to finish the job. After the winds died down Monday, a
freezing cold settled in downtown, right.


?POTOS BY G.E! .IA-MStEON
FOR" ThE NVSEW-I-AER


prad -in do .nt n - '7 'i '
Santa waves to all the >boy- and girls at the "Jingle Bell Christmas" parade in downtown Fernandina Beach on Saturday. left. There was a
reminder of the reason for the season at the parade opening the Yulee Holiday Festival on Saturday, right. More photos, 12A.


City hires


new golf


course


manager
A\NGEI-A DAIUGH'1 RY

City cqlnmissioners approved a
contract lliursday with Billy Casper
Golf II C of Vienna. Va., to manage
the Fernandina Beach Municialxd (olf
'ours..
According to the terms of tlie ccon-
tract, the city will still own the 27-holc
golf course, but Iilly Casper will.
through a separate agreement with
Ron Philo School of Golf, provide
916,T HNto improve the driving range.
The city will pay a fee of $4,000) a
year to Billy r- -
Casper Golf, but mpby
will keep rev-
enues including kSjOb
those from the A
concession stand
and pro shop.
Casper Golf will earn an incentive fee
of 20 percent of gross revenues exceed-
ing $1.5 million, not including revenues
from the restaurant or pro shop.
According to City Attorney Tammi
Bach, who helped draft the contract,
the agreement started out similar to the
city's contract with marina manage-
ment company Westrec. It differs in
that Billy Casper will be paid a fee, bill
will collect no revenues unless it makes
more than .81.5 million.
And unlike Westrec's contract, lflly
Casper will be responsible for employ-
ee pensions and benefits. The city will
pay for the golf course's operating
costs, including employee payroll. All
of the employees have been laid off,
effective Dec. 18, but city officials said
they hoped the new golf management
firm will keep them on.
GOLF Continued on 3A



City to


monitor


rentals


better
ANGELA DAUGI fTRY
News leader
*
The city has implemented new
accounting procedures to monitor
delinquent rents.
In a discussion initiated by City
Commissioner Arlene Filkoff. city staff
justified accounting procedures that
allowed an airport tenant to rack up
$65,000 in delinquent rent.
City Manager Michael Czymbor
told Filkoff at the Dec. 7 commission
meeting that no matter what process-
es and procedures are in place, it's
sometimes "beyond your control."
Czymbor als~c noted the debt had
become excessive due to Airport
Manager Richard Johnisn's aternmpt
to work it out with Island Aviatin
without involving the city manag-r's
office
Th-e debt was discovered by C"ity
Mall la-. month when Commisioncer
Jeffrey Bunch brought the problem
.o trhe atr:ntion, of Czvmbor, who
expressed surprise at the amount
owed by Island Aviation.
Bunch questioned why the finance
deparirr.e-n didn't catch the error for
rne-ariy a year and a half.
Ciy F'nance Director Patti Clifford
-a:.d t<- delnqcuenr' rent wa. no,!


CITY Continued on 3A


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/ohn L Crawford

Sports Talk
P3c I B


75C


9A


Spc. Kelly Mixon of Yulee, here relaxing with his unit while on
patrol in Afghanistan, was killed Dec. 8 when an insurgent
attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device.


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OBITUARIES


Mary Catherine
Almond
Mrs Mary Catherine
AknrIld, age of Yukhr papE-d
away on Sunday afternoon,
ID)-rmbe'-r 5. 2010 at Baptist
M'-dical C<-ni:r Nasau.
Born in Philadelphia, PA,
,N- was the- daught-r, of the late
Willarn and Cath -eri Sckhuti
C unz--man
Mrs. Alrrmnd had worked as
a I'ro D,.-par tm-nt of Dlefens: until
retiring in June of 1977.
She and her husband
'-njoyed sailing After moving
to Nassau County she% ipent
leisure hours visiting friends,
caring for her Jack Russ-ll
'Terrier "Babe', traveling and
playing Bingo at the Council of
Aging.
She was a member of St.
Michael Catholic Church
Parish.
Preceding her in death is her
husband, William Henry
Almond, who passed away in
2006. She leaves behind sever-
al close friends.
Memorial services will be
held at a later date. In lieu of
flowers, memorial contributions
may be made to the Boys and
Girls Club or the Council on
Aging.
Ilease share her life story
at www.oxleyheard.com.
Oxley IleardFuneral Directors

Kelly J. Mixon.
Mr. Kelly J. Mixon,
Specialist, United States Army,
age 21, of Yule, FL passed away
on Wednesday, December 8,
2010 while serving oh active
duly in support of Operation
Indluring Fre'edom in the Balkh
province near Chehel,
Afghanistan.
Born in Tampa, FL, he is the
,on of Harold and Julie
Bargeron. He was a graduate
of Fernandina Beach High
School, where he was a member
of the Fernan-dina Beach High
S c h o o I
M hatr hi n g
Marching
Pirates. He
continued to
pursue his
love of drum-
ming and
became a
member of
the "D Line", the Jacksonville
Jaguars' official drumline.
After high school, Kelly
began working at PLAE at the
Amelia Island Plantation where
he pursued his love of the
Culinary Arts.
In 2008 he enlisted in the
U.S. Army and was trained as a
sniper. After being deployed he
was assigned to the 3rd
Squadron, 2nd Stryker Cavalry
Regiment, Vilseck. Germany.
He leaves behind, his wife,
Amy Coderre Mixon, p.peats,
Harold and Julie Bargeron, St.
Marys, GA paternal grandfa-
ther, Harold Bargeron. Sr.,
maternal grandparents, Robert
"Pete" and OpalWells Mixon. a
brother. Ben Bargeron, a sister,
Cierra Bargeron and many
other loving family and friends.
Spec. Mixon's body arrived
at Dover Air Force Base, Dover,
Delaware on Friday,
December 10, 2010. His


re-mairs wil! b forwarded to
JaWks,orrntlk, F. where Ox.Ix-y-
Heard F.n,-era! Direc-.or- will
asAum<-e car-: and cutlody for
thi direction of Kcal serv-ice-
Lpon receipt of hi, r.mainas,
Spciai Mixom will lie in ',ate
daily from 9 o'c)ck am until 5
o'clock pm in the Burge--,
Cha4-ol of cOxi-H-ard Funeral
Hom- for anyone desiring to
pay their re.-spet-ts
On Sunday, December 19,
2010 his body will be tran-
ferred to the First Baptist
Church of Fernandina kBach
where funeral s-ervices will be
conducted at 2 00 pm with
Pastor Jeff Overton, officiating
His family invites anyone
that has been touched by his
ife and or these events to come
and be a part of these services
to commemorate the life of a
fallen soldier.
After the local services,
Specialist Mixon will be con-
veyed to Washington, DC where
he will be laid to rest in
Arlington National Cemetery
with Full Military Honors.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to
Soldier's Angels, PO. Box
758513, Topeka, KA 66675-9913
Oxley Heard Funeral Directors

Barbara S. Shealey
Barbara Sloan Shealey, 72,
of Yulee, passed away on
Sunday, December 12, 2010 at
her daughter's home sur-.
rounded with her family after a
lengthy illness.
She was born May 3, 1938 in
Honolulu, Hawaii, the daughter
of the late Stella Margaret
Toomey and Deward Vernon
Sloan. She was the baby of her
family, being predeceased by
her brother Vernon in 2005. She
was a 1956 graduate of
Fernandina Beach High School
and retired after 40 years with
Rayonier. She was a member of
the United Methodist Church
for over 50 years.
She married the love of her
life in 1959, Richard N. Shealey,
Sr., who passed before her in
1992. Barbara is survived by
her three children, daughter
and son-in-law Kim and Tony
Brown of Fernandina Beach,
her sons Richard and Bill
Shealey and a grandson Jordan,
all of Yulee.
At Mrs. Shealey's request,
there will be no service in her
'honor. In lieu: of flowers, dona-
tions can be made to Commu-
nity Hospice of NE Florida, 4266
Sunbeam Rd, Jacksonville, FL
32257 (904) 268-5200.
Online condolences may be
shared at www.adignifiedalter-
native.net.
A DignfiedAlternative
Jacksonville

Leia "Reds"Wilson
Lefia S. Wilson died peace-
fully on December 13, 2010 at
the age of 80. "Reds," a name
gained from her vibrant red hair
and fiery personality, was born
in Jacksonville, Florida. She was
the daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Edward H. Phillips, and
was one of 13 children in her
family.
In her early 20's, Reds
moved to Delaware and began


'working at 'h-: D, Pocx y'. lo
Mar.!ctu--ir,rg P'ar- r *-2Xd
Red, was an. otarjd C- *wsk-
-r ard broke A e-,artri-g gw-
dt-:- barnri<-e as a ipr'.i i-.x and.
rrar.ag-r whit: at DPct. I-
wa, alo r hre toJ, '..a R--d-
wotud meet her ruc ,v; irn
H-mry "Mick,' W-.,.. a.d
t,.oirt-tr thi s-hartd a b:au-ifu.
klo',e and rmar-
riagt- During
thi. time.
Reds and
MiKkey built a
va c action
home in
Ameilia bland
Plantation.
Flrida, where they were abke to
retire and become an integral
part of the Ameia island Tennis
Club, where the club trophy is
still named after Mickey
After Mickey's unexpected
and premature paying in 1983,
Reds remained tremendously
active and social as an
owner/member of the Tennis
Club since 1980. For many
years, Reds enjoyed playing ten-
nis, socializing with many
friends and attending countless
tournament events over the
years. Reds loved to share good
times, hearty laughter and
exquisite cheeses and crackers
with friends.
One of her other great loves
was hosting her granddaugh-
ter's family to whom she was
known as "Redso", a name given
by her granddaughter, Amy,
when she was a little girl. Many
special memories were made
and shared at Reds' home, and
these times were always special
to Reds and her granddaugh-
ter's family. These times will be
missed, but will be forever
remembered with much love
and warmth.
Reds was also a beloved
mother to her son, Henry
Wilson,Jr. of Lewes, Delaware.
After Mickey's passing, Henry
became the rock Reds relied on
for strength and advice in the
years ahead. Together, they
shared a special relationship for
all of the remainder of her years,
and she loved him very much.
Reds was preceded in death
by her parents and ten of her
siblings. Reds is survived by
her son Henry Wilson (Alice) of
Lewes, Delaware, a brother,
Fred Phillips, Jacksonville, FL,
a sister, Barbara Thomas,
Jacksonville, FL her grand-
daughter Amy McGee (Da1vi'y
of Vero Beach, Florida, her
niece, Shirley Peeples of
Jacksonville, Florida and four
great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be
held at the Amelia Island
Plantation Chapel on Saturday,
December 18, at 2 pm. In lieu of
flowers, contributions may be
made to any charity of choice, or
more preferably, the family
would ask that friends take a
moment to reflect on warm
remembrances of Reds, and
raise a glass to toast an amazing
lady.
Oxley Heard FuneralDirectors

DEATH NOTICE

Richard O. Bittaker, 70,
of Fernandina Beach died on
Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010.
Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors


Bingo lineup at the Amnerican Legion
The public is invited to night at American Legion Post For questions e-mail
play bingo every Thursday 54, 626 S. Third St., in the post54bingo@yahoo.com.
large smoke-free meeting Upcoming bingo themes
N M hall. Doors open at 6 p.m. and include:
N I M Early Bird Games start at 6:10 Dec. 16 Bingo Christ-
SMA INC. p.m., regular playat 6:30 p.m. mas Party with an extra
The bingo session consists Jackpot game
277-4 9of 9 games for $15, with multi- Dec. 30 Special door
277-4499ple jackpots being paid out prizes including free bingo
tJ" & Athnte Refreshments are available. packets.


Savannah Gran4 located one block from the
beach, has Just completed renovations and is
truly breathtaking throughout The ddcor is
elegant yet comfortable, all representing the
true charm and culture of the Island -


Call us today, stop by
A. dIad Lhing and Mcnmor Carre Scer-io
for a Visit, join uS 1900 Amein Tra, Corl F orutn SItat 'L 3203
S90.321.0898
for lunch, or all of the above! www.Savannu6ran lAmltalad ca
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WEEKLY

UPDATE
Alzherners

support
.. A.-A .-.'r- .5s-
Di-_i-.. Sport Group
:5c Na-,au Co'=-*. met C
S3: ) p r -he third
-.ur-siai u, eac:h rmonth at
the Coucil u uAging, 1367
S-uth i~h St. The next
meeting is Dte- 16 No pre-
regisraton is required For
infor maron, call Ann
riith. RN at
491-3"2-
Gun courses
Gary W. Belson Asso-
ciate Inc. offers gun cours-
es at the Range & Educa-
tional Training Center in
Nassau County. A Conceal-
ed Weapon License Course
will be offered Dec. 17, 22
and 30 at 5 p.m. A Basic
with Defensive Tactics
Course will be offered Dec.
18 at 7:45 am.
For scheduling contact
Belson at 491-8358.476.
2037 or gbelson@bell-
south.net Visit www.The
BelsonGroup.com.
Blood drive
The Fernandina Pirates
Club will host a blood drive
at Chili's in Yulee on Dec.
18 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. For
information visit www.igive-
blood.com.
Litterpickup
Wild Amelia is sponsor-
ing an outing to pick up lit-
ter along A1A on Dec. 19
starting at 8 a.m. at Peters
Point parking lot. Disposa-
ble latex gloves will be pro-
vided or bring your own.
Orange safety vests and lit-
terbags are supplied. Wear
light colored clothing and
leather shoes, boots or ten-
nis shoes. All participants
must view the safety video
at www.dotstate.fl.us.
Under Main Level Naviga-
tion at Information by Topic
select Offices, then click on
Maintenance Office, then
click on adopt a highway,
then click on Safety Video.
For information or to RSVP
email pam@greyfieldinn.
com or show up at 8 am.

Solstice
Celebration
A Solstice Celebration
labyrinth walk will be held
Dec. 21 at 7 p.m. at North
Beach Park (north of Main
Beach on Fletcher Avenue)
to celebrate the longest
night of the year and the
full moon. Bring a safe can-
dle or votive to carry and
dress appropriately for the
weather. For information
contact Eliza Holliday at
www.theletterist.blogspot.
com or (904) 556-2517.
Strokesreen ng
Screenings to reduce
the risk of having a stroke
or bone fracture will be
held by Life Line Screening
at St. Peter's Episcopal
Church, 801 Atlantic Ave.,
on Dec. 21. Appointments
will start at 9 am.
Screenings identify
potential cardiovascular
conditions such as blocked
arteries and irregular heart
rhythm, abdominal aortic
aneurysms and hardening
of the arteries in the legs. A
bone density screening is
also offered. Packages start
at $139. All five screenings
take 60-90 minutes. To
schedule an appointment,
call 1-877-237-1287 or visit
www.lifelinescreening.com.


NEWS
LEADE


Santa calls O
-Tr- C,,"_-n'. o -. Aging is
.-.: e:-.g Si.. c~,c. t wita'.h
16ca! 5 Ci-Tyough D-c 21
Paret-n:s ay :.' : Slong ds.-
'.anct fee;v by ca-h or check
:o the Coundi:-l -n Aging of
NasaL anr El xou t a yter
,".'.he chil-. naK. con-
ac-' .-:::brf and link- win-
dow-, or cuncacting by
phon I he :t-rs are avail-
ab:- at the COA. 1367 South
:s h S
San.a and Mrs Claus will
try three times ;o reach the
child. bearing in mind some
of the facts to use from the
flyer. They will make no
promises, but do the best
they can to make sure the
child has a Merry Christ-
mas. Proceeds will help
Santa help local seniors with
Meals on Wheels and other
programs. For information
call 261-0701.
VisitSanta
Visit with Santa from
noon-4 p.m. Dec. 18 at the
Train Depot at the foot of
Centre Street in downtown
Fernandina Beach. Photos
are S5. Pets are welcome
too.
Dance party
The Ballroom Youth
Academy will host a
Christmas dance party on
Dec. 17 from 7-10 p.m. at the
Peck Center auditorium.
Cost is $10 for adults, chil-
dren admitted free. Proceeds
will benefit the academy,
which offers free dance
classes to the youth of
Amelia Island and Yulee. For
information call Felix Solis at
(904) 707-6762.
Christmas classics
Savannah Grand Assisted
Living Community, 1900
Amelia Trace Court, pres-
ents Christmas classics per-
formed by the Rev. Dr.
EuGene White on Dec. 17
from 3:30-4:30 p.m. The con-
cert is free and refreshments
will be served. Call 321-0898.
Hayride
The Yulee United
Methodist Church Youth
Fellowship, 86003 Christian
Way, will host their annual
Christmas Legends Hayride
Dec. 17 from 6-8 p.m.
Caroling, hot cocoa and
cookies are all free as the
youth present a living nativi-
ty scene as well as other hol-
iday stories and legends
throughout the hayride. For
information call 225-5381.

Chstmnas
showcase
The Learning Commu-
nity of North Florida, 626 S.
Eighth St., will host a
Christmas Showcase Dec.
18, with many of its students
and instructors on hand sell-
ing their crafts, etc. They
also will discuss their
upcoming classes with visi-
tors. Extra spaces are avail-
able. Email Nancy Rossiter
at nancy@tlcnfcom. Visit
www.tlcnf.com.
Craft bazaar
The 15th Annual Christ-
mas Craft Bazaar will be
held Dec. 18 from 9 am.4
p.m. at the Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center in the
main auditorium, featuring
Christmas gifts, wreaths,
ornaments, lots of food and
baked goods. Admission is
free.

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C(ommiur.tvly Oureach
Minitn.rits along with
Cov'inan: Communiruy
Church. Greater Fernandina
Beach C ) C,. Emmanuel
Minisrie- International. The
Jourit y Church. Third Mt.
Zkn along with Pastor John
Co\crdake and Evangelist
Iead-aW \Williams will
.mpon.*,r a Coimmunity L'nitv
Holiday Meal' Dect 19
beginning at 3 p.m at the
M 1KJr Recreation Center.
120U Elm St. Fernandina
PBeach Thi.s event is free to
all For information call Dr.
Lois Cook at 624-3501.
Hoidaypettreas
Learn how to make
homemade holiday pet treats
free of preservatives at The
Learning Community of
North Florida. 626 S. Eighth
St., Fernandina Beach, Dec.
21 from 4-6 p.m. Students
will leave with an assortment
of their own handmade
treats as well as a cookie cut-
ter and recipes for making
these holiday gifts year after
year. Call 430-0120 or visit
www.tlcnf.com.
Christmas cookies
Iearn how to make an
Italian cookie planter for
your family or for holiday
gift giving at The Learning
Community of North
Florida, 626 S. Eighth St., on
Dec. 22 from 4-6 p.m. learn
to make butterballs, egg bis-
cuits, filled cookies and
many others. Come pre-
pared to make and sample
these holiday treats. Call
430-0120 or visit
www.tlcnf.com.
Chrisbmas tea
The Learning
Community of North
Florida, 626 S. Eighth St.,
will hold a class on how to
host a Christmas tea party
on Dec. 23 from 4-6 p.m.
Learn about menu planning,
tea selection, serving, pres-
entation and baking tips.
Enjoy a Christmas tea with
your classmates. Call 430-
0120 or visit www.tlcnf.com.

Plantation
Christmas
Celebrate Christmas with
a variety of seasonal festivi-
ties at the Omni Aielia '
Island Plantaiion. Families
can enjoy cooking or model
boat demonstrations, ride in
a horse drawn carriage or
take part in a Candlelight &
Carol Service at the
Plantation Chapel on
Christmas Eve. Santa visits
are available from 7-9 p.m.
for infants to 10 years old for
$30 for the first child; $15
additional children.
Christmas Day enjoy the
Christmas Grand Buffet or a
four-course dinner at The
Verandah. Seating times in
the Sunrise Caf6 and Ocean
Grill are from 1-5 p.m. for
$50 per adult or $19.95 per
child, ages 12 or under.
Enjoy a four-course Christ-
mas dinner at The Verandah
from 5:30-9 p.m. for $45 per
adult or $15.99 per child,
ages 12 or under. For reser-
vations, call 321-5050.
A RitzChristmas
Celebrate a traditional
Christmas at The Ritz-
Carlton, Amelia Island ball-
room with a buffet Dec. 25
from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Cost is
$89 per adult, $55 per child.
Salt will serve Christmas
dinner from 6-9 p.m. Dec. 25.
Reservations required. Cost
is $115 per person (tax and
gratuity not included).
Cafe 4750 will serve a
Christmas buffet Dec. 25
from 3-9 p.m. Cost is $62 per
adult, $28 per child, ages 5-
12 (tax and gratuity not
included). Call (800) 241-
3333 or visit www.ritzcarl-
ton.com/ameliaisland.


LOOKING BACK


5 O Tax Collector
Ira Hall announced
a record
YEARS .680,315.43 was
-- collected in
November, or 83.25 percent
of the county tax roll
December 15, 1960

25 Circuit Court
Judge John E.
Santora refused to
YEAR grant Nassau
---- County an exten-
sion on courthouse repairs
ordered four months earlier.
December 18, 1985

0 The owner of
S Rich's Real Pit BBQ
was charged with
YEARS arson in a S1 million
-- fire at the Sadler
Road business.
December 13, 2000


HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS









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Continued from IA
Mixon's tal,-it -a:rr ,:d ?.i..
all thi: way tu, th: I l- r.: ei.,
Jackonvill- Jagua:r ': r:.
corps
*Hi: played the: 'tF j); a
-,n," BIarg#-rorn said "I ;u',
rfir a lot of thi: guy, h,- Payfl
with and what thry tolk! rml:
is that he- wasn't 'hr bu-:,
sUare player, but h,: play ,i
really good and he had rhe
lxjk and thN: s wa'g r 'lhat
why they chov- hir, but ;i
wasn't any tirru at ali b:ifor:
hi: surpass:d H.: was the:
rnit' iriprov-ed that year H:r
just outplayr:d .-vi-rytody'
"He- actually was whar
-rinfouraged r n#- to go furthf-r
with drumming," kaid Ryanr
"lieson, a high .chol fri,-id
who is now a drumlin.-
inrtrutor at FBHII "'H.- was a
big inspiration to a lot ,of p:o-
ple when it carrmi: ti, drumr-
ming encouraging people to,
go further and do bigger
things with it"
Mixon also loved to ciok.
his family and friends aldd-d
"With really no schooling
at all, he was a great chef,"
Bargeron said "He worked
out of PIAE, (a restaurant) at
the Plantation. He started in
the pantry and worked his
way up to sous chef He met
his wife there she was'an
executive sous chef."
In fact, Mixon -who came
home on leave over Thanks-
giving cooked for his family
while he was in town. *
"While he was home hie
made crabcakes with his sig-
Snature salsa, and we still have
the extras that he made for
us in the freezer," Bargeron
said.
Bargeron, a former Marine
who is currently an active
duty member of the Florida
Air Guard, said Mixon
was proud to serve in the
Army.
"He was very patriotic. To
be in service to his country
meant a lot to him," he said.
"There's no greater honor
than to serve and to be able to
protect your country. I've
done it for 17 years now, and
I'm so, so proud of him. If he
could do it all over again, he
would. If he'd known this was
going to happen, he still
would."
Mixon was a sniper an
elite marksman in the
infantry. As an infantryman,
he wore a blue cord on the
right shoulder of his Class A
uniform. Bargeroi said one
of his longestst memories was
getting to pin the cord on


BMrrTT-a
Spc. Kelly Mixon of
Yulee, killed in
Afghanistan on Dec. 8.


when Mixon graduated basic
training.
"Probably one of the
proudest "liolentsl I had was
that h(r asked me to come pin
on his blue roxpe." he said. "To
see hin standing tall and
proud while I did that was
amazing It was an unbeliev-
able honor for me to do that."
Mixon's survivors include
his wife, Amy Coderre Mixon.
His body arrived Friday at
Dover Air Force Base, Del.
Services will be at 2 p.m.
Sunday at First Baptist
Church of Fernandina Beach.
His family invites anyone to
the services to commemorate
the life of a fallen soldier.
Upon receipt of his
remains and until Sunday,
Mixon will lie in state daily
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the
Burgess Chapel of Oxley-
Heard Funeral Home for any-
one desiring to pay their
respects.
After the local services, his
body will be conveyed to
Washington, D.C., where he
will be laid to rest in Arlington
National. Cemetey with full
military honors. :
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Financt: [DI.'our' Parli C2-
f ord -aid doir"g "h:r ac zw:t-.
ing for Bilh Ca--,r :-ha -
mnrt would b- rr:,- oui a
chall:nge- than W-irst"-c b.-
cat.-,, Ca.,ip.-r w.I! ".be--Eig tL-
own checks rather than using
the city's
"I'hey will u- all our pur-
chasing police:.'. Clifford
added, as-, ell as doing all
th.-ir purchasing Lk.ali. "' do
fore-wet I will n ted sjrn (-ntw)
staff. espt-cialI' in the begin-
ning." she..aid
City Manager Michael
Czymbor said the city would
be adamant that Billy Casper
"follow all the (proper)
processes." Czymbor also said
he was "hoping and pleading
and praying" that Casper Golf
would keep the current city
staff at the golf course.
According to the contract,
Casper Golf is to give first pri-
ority to all current employees
that have a satisfactory record.
"We do have some won-
derful employees who have
spent a lifetime on the golf
course," Mayor Susan Steger
said. "I am confident that
everything will work out. The
vast majority of our employ-
ees will find they will be
employed by the Casper
group.
"I think Casper Golf is a
great choice," said Golf
Advisory Board Chair Doug
Bailey. However, Bailey said
he was concerned about main-
tenance of the course, which
he called "the most important
factor we've got."
Resident Charles Himmel-
heber was also concerned
about grounds maintenance,
saying "you can lose a golf
course in three days if you're
not on top of it." He asked
commissioners what would
happen if a disaster such as a
hurricane destroyed the
course and the city was still
obliged to pay Casper Golf
$7,000 a month.
"This is a city-owned prop-
erty," Czymbor said. "With
any emergency we would gen-
erally get FEMA money."
"It's a city-owned asset,"
Bach said. "If wehad a disas-
ter right now, there mighT be
an interruption of business...


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t-xpel. tht-m !u du "
'":- are hihng a verI r>-
.s-tt-d :n ..ag!mini ctrn l u.pa-
ny." \Vke- Mayor Tim P'y ntr_-
said TI.hi i- all they' do It
doe-snt take the. management
hlng to kwnoj the grass is too
long ..even with all these
committet-s, well know what's
happening on a daily basis."
The city will set the rates
for greens fees, walking fees
and membership fee-s in con-
sultation with Billy Casper
Golf according to the contract
Casper Golf is required to sub-
mit a monthly written report to
the city manager, and is
responsible for marketing and
promotion of the golf course.
According to Clifford. the
city is paying twice a year on
an outstanding debt of $1.2
million for golf course
improvements. The city last
year paid about $23,000 in
March and about $126,000 in
September, but the debt has
since been refinanced.
The city has also been pay-
ing about $60,000 a year for
golf cart financing over five
years, but the contract with
Billy Casper did not specify
which party would be paying
that debt.


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.Ci- A.:orne<. lammni l.ch
ha-. d-a!ltcd a promn.issry
:.a :< i'-ring lI. nd A\ iiat:in
t p.;y s,.5 i lor 10 months ton
top u: iNts customary rent of
'..; a month to pa" down the
deb'.
According to the note.
I-land Aviation's debt is
$55.743. If payments are not
made on schedule the company
will be required to pay an inter-
est rate of lx percent, or about
$900 additional per month.
The payment schedule began
Dec. 1.
Czymbor said the city was
strengthening its process" with
monthly rental reports from the
city's tenants.
Filkoff also questioned
annual auditing procedures, but
Clifford r-sponded that outside
auditors "are not here as advi-
sors to management ... they
attest to the accuracy of the
numbers."
"It's not that (the delin-
quency) wasn't accounted
for." Vice Mayor Tim Poynter
said in defense of city proce-
dures. "It was one director
(Johnson) trying to help this
person along. Everyone else
didn't know, but the informa-
tion was there ... in the future,
more eyes are going to be look-
ing at that."
"The only failure was the


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timing and lack of knowledge
ither management should hae
;haK:. Poynter added.
-1 have nor probk-m with Mr.
Jo.hr-,,n working with the ten-
art.' Flkoff said. The other
N-.uc is a failure to communi-
cate I find it unacceptable on
(:he ,-ciy's) behalf to be sur-
pri-Aed "
Andrew Curtin of the
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was glad to x-e the issue being
d d r tes-cd
'Sonkon wasn't minding
the. stre." he said "It was a tail-
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Resident Michele King said
shc found it 'really unbeliev-
ablk that 1' months went by
with nobody catching it-'
"We should have learned
our lesson from the marina,'
she said. referring to past prob-
lems with delinquent boat slip
rents there.
Czymbor wrote in an email
that the city would now pro-
duct and distribute around the
15th of each month a new
"detailed report that will show
the current aged status of the
city's leases, marina accounts,
utility billing and collection of
agency accounts.' Czymbor
said he also planned to have a
monthly meeting "with key offi-
cials to review the report."
which will be available on the
city website, www.fbfl.us.
"These new and strength-
ened internal control reporting
and activities shall increase
our collection efforts." he
wrote, "and will severely
decrease communication break-
downs."
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She says the working con-
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Foreclosure, short sales


weigh on house prices
JACKSONVILLE North- While lender-mediated
east Florida'. real estate mar- prices continue to drop, the
ket showed some signs of pos- median price of traditional sales
itive movement during Novenm has rallied every month since
ber, according to the Northeast August showing increasesover
Florida Association of Realtors. their respective month in 2009.
The 1,394 pending single- November's median price for
family residential and condo traditional salesjumped 8.9per-
sales in the region were a 22.2 cent over last year's $160,000
percent increase over last to reach $174,250. Overall,
November. Months supply of median prices dropped 32 per-
inventorv which should ide- cent as a result of the decrease
ally fall between five and six in lender-mediated sales.
months also took a step in the NEFAR President Carol
right direction and was down Hill said, IThere were 514 tra-
to 9.6 months, a 24.6 percent ditional sales during November
decrease from last year. and 487 lender-mediated sales
Closed sales of 1,001 were We're encouraged that the
down from last year's 1,327. median price of traditional
This is due to a temporary stop- home sales appears to be stabi-
page of foreclosure sales and living and look forward to the
short sales by many large day when the number of lender-
lenders during the past couple mediated sales is greatly dimin-
of months ished."


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City clubs golf


course workers


C m'.."O' ',,t!-':, i'(lt ,s tr nil
lhtLt cl-i % Att- ag o crIY
t-ndl .r '.:K: *:u( Ithir eni
Ak fr-st biu. i:..it ,t-rns to be
a nict- t,-ar -n gesture How
the k-ner began, and how it
medixI. told a dicvtounxits laL .
ThTe- e nmopiA -nm with
20 year-, o! service were
inkrme-d in the same k-tter of
commLndation that they were


L


being termi-
nated .As
part of a
tas-ks-s ges-
ture, the let-
terS were
neatly sign-
ed b\ the.
city manag-
er, Michael
STEVES Czymborr
MARFor sonw
PLUAM 40 e"mpky-
i t-s, striking
-- upa cheerful
Steve Nickld s verse such
as "Merry


Christmas. and Happy N-ew
Year" would be like pouring
concrete into a divot. The tim-
ing of the matter could not
have been worse
You see. the management
of the city golf course has been
turned over to a private com-
pany. Billy Casper Golf.
Mind you, this was not a
corporate takeover. Those can
occur rashly, harshly. Instead,
this was a city operation being
handed to a private company.
City officials initiated and
negotiated the entire deal -
the terms, the timing, the com-
pensation. They just omitted
their employees.
The same city employees
may have an opportunity to
earn a job, or so they are told.
The new company was sup-
posed to conduct interviews
this week to see if the workers
met their standards. The
affected employees can also
seek a position with another
city department (how cordial
of city officials).
In the meantime, these city
workers are without work dur-
ing one of the worst economic
downturns in our memory. The
takeover by Casper did not play
out like they expected, or, like
they were told to expect
There are critics and skep-
tics about the proposed
takeover by Casper anyhow.
Some contend that Casper rep-


Elements


Small currten ctry
employees assigned
to the GolfClub will
be laid off our last
date to report to
work is Dec 18'
CrrTasTMAUMR
MCBAELCZTBMOR

resenltatves inflated their pro-
J.evled revenues to, capture the
contract over -sveral compeli-
tors. including a group kd by
Sc.ul \'Wolibk-. the city's cur-
rent thead gott professional
11he contract with the city
reporttedh L )torsr tlh goll man
agemenit compiiit. and dotes
not make lhtrln vli v a-cc)unl-
abk- Alsot. you have to qus-
tion lH ili uch attenlltint and
resource i a comnlpany ol
Casper's size will conunit here
The decision to assign the
nimatumlenwi oi thi popular '7-
hole cq(urse wa;s controversial
with cxistAing iimem il at the
goll club. Iern;andiir Ik lw'h
Men's (;oll As.Koiation ieinm
bcrs don't want to -see it lap-
pcn.' Wontibkle sys.
T"lle nieb<-rs also knew
and liked the former workers
at the golf curse It remains to
be seen what kind of relation-
ship a private company will
forge with the members.
As for the former employ-
ees, they have their letters of
departure to hang up in their
homes, instead of ceremonial
Christmas balls and festive
decorations. The words of
Czymbor will be there, in a
cold and callous ink (please
pardon the grammar):
... all current City employ-
ees assigned to the Golf Club
will be laid off. Your last dale to
report to work is Dec. 18,2010.
"On behalf of our entire
organization, I wish to acknow-
ledge your 17 years of extraor-
dinary years of service to the
City and the Golf Club, and
your many fine contributions
to improve our (Golf Club. Your
service and dedication was
truly appreciated."
If this is meant to be a slap
on the back, it was done with
a four-iron.
Steve Nicklas is a financial
advisor who lives on Amelia
Island. He can be reached at
753-0236.
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laVI-rn,: Floyd-Mikihei-ll has
a rot-sag- f(or wojrn --n evy-
wht-re no matter what you've
on,,: through it', part of your
d,-4iny, and you have a purp'r:-
in life
Floyd-Mitchell, who was
born and raii-d in F,-rnandina
I'-ach, has put that rrn:-,agt-
for worn-n, and a lot rnore, inti,
an autbiographical b'x.,k cal.kd
MAove Into ?Y.,r Purpote
h he book. F loyd-Mitchrll
say%, was written l t rncourag.i
woroen In get ht-yond their pa-t,
fmisakre-s, and there- arte uiany
eixamnples in the: book of herr
own mitakes But those: mis-
ake-, itshe says, are all part of
the rn.ce:isary journey that
rtsults in wornrn realizing their
own power
Floyd-Mitthelll has al-.o
started a womnr's ministry and
has already held two seminars.
"It' all about bringing a pos
itive message to women in the
community," Floyd-Mitchell
says. "I want to say something
to worn-n that touches them to
the core, until the tears start
streaming."
Raised by her great-grand-
mother from the time she was


Constant disappointments.
emotional and sexual abuse cou
pled with bad decisions led me
directly to my heavenlyfather'
LAVERMIE FIAYDI D MirCEL
AUTHOR. MOVE UIrTOYOR PURPOSE


1 rionths old, Floyd-Mitchell
was the only rKe of her siblings
that was not raised by her own
rra,th-r and fat -er She did not
live with other own family until
her great-grandmother died
'*hen .ihe was 13.
'Ihough I loved my great-
grandmother dearly and she
was all I knew," she writes, "at
an early age I remember this
notion brewing within me, a
longing to be with a family."
Floyd-Mitchell says when
she left Fernandina Beach after
high school graduation, to go
live in Washington, D.C., with
her aunt and uncle, she was
"very ill prepared for life." She
had deep resentments about
her upbringing and abusive rel-
atives, she says, and had doubts
about her place in a newly inte-
grated world.
That confusion came in part


because her high w~.hi-! e-du.
cation wa, interriup-d r:mid-
stream when Air k aen-An-.ie-r A.
students in Fer-narrdIna ti-a-h.
were integrati-d intorl h,: v hi.e
high sthooi 'A .-:: h. t -grc--
gate.d Peck High L h,)!A i in 196 .
"I didn't gt invoe-d with
studi-s after Pltk clo, d.' she
said. "A lot of your hope '*a
gone ... I felt like a fish out of
water. At Peck. my aspirations
would have be':n totally differ-
ent-
It was bittersweet, the com-
ing together of two worrli that
coexisted on the small island
outside of each other for as long
as most of the students could
remember," she writes i her
book.
While living in D.C., Floyd-
Mitchell worked at several dif-
ferent jobs, moved to an apart-


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c-upkd wth bad c-: isc. d .i
a.the .w ri' s .anrd I kn-uw
:ha iA w1 (1 uncnditiuO1 al
aI'e -hat keifp:. x-, rt)-ed n', to
purpuwac. and detmed ,e a
wo'97r. 'cf p-ow ar throughh it all
and even 1-,A
In 1974. fard-M.iti h -say]-. a
'he felt the pull to corjr. back
home to Fernandina Keach.
She married Kenny Mitchell in
October that year when he
returned from military duty in
Germany. and had two daugh-
ters with him
Io looked over my life as I
began to write the dbook.' she
-ays -1 wanted to find out mwhy
I was angry I was the survivor
of sexual molestation. but I did-
nt know how' to articulate it or
verbalize it. I didn't tell my
mother about it until I was 35.'
Floyd-Mitchell began writ-
ing her book in September
ing her book in September


(IM)PERTINENTBOOK


Local author Cara
Curtin poses at a book-
release party for City
Sidebar: The Book, a col-
lection of her News-
Leader columns, held
Friday at Books Plus on
Centre Street. Curtin
will be signing the book
again at Books Plus on
Friday from 2 to 4 p.m.
SANGELA DALGHTRY/NEWS-LEADER


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F":N>d-Mi;> cll Women oi
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At.'::it-n ,> i-:cp.)uj'T-rmenti S.mi-6
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ovent. w'hkh is still in the plan
ning stajg-s, will nature a lunch,
-v-a r l speakers and vendors
Her book. Move Intmo ) ur
trtrpi. is available at Books
I'us. 10," Centrel St. Fernan-
din.ia ikach. as well as at
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POLITICS

IN BRIEF

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',st' rtri ('otlrny lutn
HIl-nl1i ralt will rm '-* for
I riv.ai eight t on D)-<, 1 at
p in at Cafi- Karib, in
I *-r naina N-ach. All
D)- no-_rats ag-e .0) axid

at <-nrd For r formna-
tion, mail w,.-cruiry;tna,-
-.aud'rns..org.
Young Rmpu btcans
Nassau County Young
Republicans will have their
monthly meetin4i at 7 p m
'1 ue.-sday at Strikers Bowling
Center on US 17 in Yulee.
Di's:ounted group ratie- are-
available so that family,
friends and chikrern may
attend as well.
Nassau County Young
Republican meetings are
O| lII to any interested
Republican. Family mem-n
bers and children are
always welcome at the
monthly meetings.
To RSVP or for more
information contact Amanda
Young at amnanda'@votea-
nimndayotuig.com or (904)
207-21$1. .


ROAD WORK

Resurfacing efforts began lat summer
on the south end of the island near
(hnni Amelia Island Plantation. This
.5474,(tX) project will complete. resur-
face AIA from N~ssau Sound to Alantic
Av-nue. Its anticipated completion date
is summer 2011. A ne- roundabout
vas added at the intersecttion of
Buccaneer Trail and AIA to improve
traffic fltM and make the intersection
?safer for motorists. State Rep. Janet
Adkins ensured a designalted bicycle
mne would be added on AIA near the
iPlntation. Bids were recently opened
for a S13.9 million project to fully
resurface AlA/SR 2)00 from 1-95 to the
Slhave Bridge. The project is expected to
begin in the second quarter of-2011
and be completed by the end of the year.
Adkins encouraged the state to make
temporary surface repairs at various
points along A1A last year after numer-
ous complaints from motorists.
B: =.)-! J


Task force: State could cut S4 billion


TAL.IAHA-iEE -A prominent group comprised of
current' and former government officials, business
leader,, organiizational experts and academics have
releas~,d a report of 125 ideas worth more than
;4 billion in cost-savings in the coming fiscal year. It
come', just in lime to help the state's elected leaders
address a rec.untly increased multi-billion dollar revenue
,hortfa!l projlcti:d for Florida in the upcoming budg-
*: year.
I1le I:loiida 'IaxWatch ( government Cost Savings
Ta.-.k I-For for IfY 2011-12 released its final report last
weeik identilying productivity and efficiency improve-
ments and other cost savings measures to change the
way Flrndal; goverllnenlt operates.
"We now know that the budget deficit will likely
exceed .e3-$3.5 billion and the state will owe billions
more to the federal government through the unem-
ployment compensation fund. Now, more than ever, rec-
ommen nations like these to save taxpayer dollars and
contain costs are vital," said Iominic M. Calabro, pres-
ident and CE() of IFlorida TaxWatch.
"'lis report identifies how the state can cut spend-
ing without harming core services," said Task Force


Chairman David A. Smith of Jacksonville, a retired
chairman and CEO of PSS World Medical. 'The task
force has spent the last year kloking under every rock
to find the right kind of savings for the state, and I am
pkleasd and honored to present these recommenda-
tions to 11. Gov. (ennifer) Carroll on behalf ofG(ov. Rick
Scott, Senate President (Mike) Haridopolos and House
Speaker (Dean) Cannon."
Cost containment ideas from the report include:
Aligning the public employee pension system
with the private section system by shifting the pen-
sion system to a Defined Contribution plan or requir-
ing employees to contribute to a Defined Benefit pen-
sion plan.
Empowering a commission to do a top-to-bottom
review of the criminal justice and corrections system
to identify savings.
Expanding managed care in the Medicaid pro-
gram to save money and help control the cost of health
care.
Better identifying waste, fraud and abuse in
Medicaid and the health care system.
Removing exemptions to competitive bidding.


Enforcing use of negotiated state term contracts
to reduce the cost of purchasing needed goods and
services by the state.
Requiring the purchase of generic equivalents
to needed products when they are available.
Improving collection of legally owed sales taxes
on remotely conducted sales.
Improving the capture of federal funds.
Ending the practice of "fourth quarter dumping"
to reduce the cost of overhead in government.
Optimizing the use of state-owned and leases real
estate.
Standardizing the business process.
Reducing the cost of necessary government com-
munications.
Reducing the cost of state travel.
Improving the management of state-owned vehi-
cle fleet.
Access the full report at www.FloridaTaxWatch.org.
Florida TaxWatch is a statewide, non-profit, non-par-
tisan research institute that over its 30-year history
has become widely recognized as the watchdog of cit-
izens' tax dollars.














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COMMUNITY THANKS


Tradition of giving
rne of he- firs, mission- of the (General
Federation 4it Wo\ian'is Club-, w;i to [ promote
comilinitly librari-e in thlI: [nii d Staltes
Having founded ov-rr 47- frrte public libraries
a;nd 4 ,()f5 traveling librarii-e, Woman'-, Club
were credited by tin; Aniriican Library
Association with establishing "5 )percent iof
Aiiirica'a piubl licbrarieh:.
Supporting lot al libraries conlinuel t to be
a mi-ision for our own Fernanidina li.cach
Worlnan's Club. TeIl club Kgene'rouly donated
$7(t) to i:ach of the four following Nassau
County School Media Centers Enrlma love
Hardee, Soutliside J'nlementary, Yulee
Elementary and Yulce Primary. The funds
were raised through their annual Christmas
bazaar and presented to the four mddia spe-
cialists at the Woman's Club Christmas lunch-
con.
The invaluable support of the Fernandina
Beach Woman's Club will enable our media
centers to provide new books for our young
students.
SA big thank you from us all.
Elizabeth Smith, Emma Love Hardee
Martha Rlalock, Southside,
Elementary
Johnnie Enter, Yulee Elementary
Martha Robinson, Yulee Primary

Holiday Home Tour
On Dec. 3-4 Fernandina Beach came alive
with happy holidaymakers during the Amelia
Island Museum of History's "Holiday Home
Tour." As a special event, Victorian teas were
offered to so1ld-out crowds at the Bailey House.
IThese teas were a huge success due to many
dedicated, hard working museum volunteers.
First and foremost, I would like to per-
sonally thank (George and Barbara Sheffield
for opening their lovely home for this event.
Also highlighted was the appearance of Kate
and Effingham Bailey themselves (enacted
by Sharon and Alan leAnnon) and the
Memorial United Methodist Church carol-
ers. I would also like to offer special thanks
to Judy I'illans. Anne Kelly, Jeanne Curran,
Noreen Dionne. Harris Teeter and all the bak-
ers, servers, tea ladies and the gentlemen
who served champagne. Finally. special
thanks goes to Jan Davis who worked tire-
lessly to make the whole weekend a success.
Carol Condit
Victorian Tea Chairman

Appreciatewrestlers
We would like to take this opportunity to
thank our very generous community. Pirate
wrestler families and friends for making our
Third Annual Pirate Wrestler fundraiser a
huge success It was a night of fun and cama-
raderie to kick off the Fernandina Beach High
School Pirnles wrestling season Your contri-
butions of time. effort and silent auction dona-
lions will help support the teanl throughout
their 2 10- 11 season. ll ank you for your- en-
erosity
The Pinrte Wrestling Hooster club



SERVING YOU

Nassau County Commissioners:
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bw L:< ig. L: jo (, and L1atr bui' r:. W,-r ,- 'r,-
t'- l iarnId : not riv "of Fernandina::. ,. v
but al-r o:. f the: rela tionship tw-r::. rh- -
,,wn- old and n-,* Fernandina.
We aret not talking about the civic reiatr.n-
,hip Clearly Old lown is part of the city of
Fernandina Beach; in fact, it was the location
of the first city charter in 1825, which m.-ovt-d
with the city to its prea-nt downtown location
in the 150'-,. Rather, we are talking about how
Old Town is perceived both by its own resi-
dents and those of new Fernandina. lTheie are
.subtle perceptions> perhaps, but they surface
too frequently to be ignored; a city commis-
sioner said recently, "It's like there are two


town-." If we understand how these -two
towns" came about, a wider appreciation of
Old Town's history may help integrate the two.


::rt"C; and !.:.::- .. l .x-.:tr:. tk lown's

,.) ~'. 3: i, n nr ,'. c- 1.o doi !, rti 0l t' !>- and
A:::,-, ic--' Ai T ht railrad lik dibabpy worked
k> ehc re',- n ,: di ,.s ,:'., U.-s ort-i' ietr -
ts.'-:1- 1Vr c t -.."pt li e xi,.ad' alk. built


.ix-! tt' he :,i o f t.hi ie i s. ais did the later
:;.:> -,Id -x:. B: B th e cot:inlg olt the Kraft mill
i:. -&i" :.-an ito, -ver this link. k-aving only
"he ,ong road route via Norlh 14lh Str-t and
At::ur.ic Avenue 1The railroad link disappeared
with 'he clo.sire, of the pogv, plant across
Egans. Cret-k Without easy access. Old Town
becanme an enclave both physically and
nk-aphorically in the minds of its residents
and its neighbors.
Old Town's history is woven tightly into
Fernandina Beach' history It provides an ear-
lier perspective than that of the Golden Age,
through it> link with Spain and a complex
rclationship with the United States of which
we were not yet a part. It also provides our
city's name and its first charter
We hope that this bicentennial event will
deveckp a broader appreciation of Old Town's
history and reunite the two towns lxt's join to
celebrate these historic events that enrich our
entire community.
Michael and ennifer Hamson lire in Old
Toun and are members othe Hicentennial
Steering Committee. Check out the uebsite at
u'u'u.oldtounfernandina org.


VOICE OF THE PEOPLE


You can't make this stuffup
I am not sure if Hollywood or Disneyland best
describes not only the number of "No Parking"
signs on Jasmine, but the reasoning behind it.
After reading about this and seeing it first-
hand, I made some calls to try to understand the
need for 17 No Parking signs along this otherwise
very scenic stretch of nature.
The information offered by the county defied
any logic as far as I could see.
The signs were put up to "train' (and I am
quoting) folks not to park on the newly installed
sidewalk. It was mentioned that Mosquito Control
trucks, as well as contractors in the area, have
parked there. I have no idea why a mosquito
control truck would use the sidewalk, or what con-
tractors are using it, as there is little construction
going on along that road. I will give the county the
benefit of the doubt and say there are people
parking there. That being said, 17 signs to prevent
this is like killing a mosquito with a wrecking ball.
This actually looks like something that could
make national headlines it's so absurd.
I was then told that once the folks were
"trained" that the number of signs would be
thinned out shortly after the first-of the year. I
guess they figure by then we would all be trained
and have our lessons learned. I can't help but won-
der what happens when the island gets busy
after the thinning out process? How in the world
are we going to train the arriving tourists that may
park there? And when new contractors come to
town, how are they going to be brought up to
speed and get the needed training from which we
have all benefited?
I was also told that a few complaints were
made with respect to folks parking there, but is
this the solution that is best for all who walk,
jog, bike or drive along this road?
I would think that the county could come up
with a better way to get the message out, sorry,
I mean "train" us not to park there. I have peeled
off a few "no parking" stickers from my wind-
shield in my life and wham I was trained not
to do it again.
I wonder what it cost to install 17 signs? There
is the price of the sign, the cost of the installation
and the cost of the planned removal (thinning
after training). In these times, couldn't we have
found a better and less costly method of training?
Many of us chose to live here because of the
island's beauty and natural, peaceful atmosphere.
We enjoy walking, jogging and biking along roads
and paths, and enjoying the special gifts our
island has to offer. It's a shame, in my opinion, that
we can't find more creative or constructive ways
to solve our everyday problems so that there is
minimal impact on the very reason we live here.
I would suggest to all who agree to call the
county and complain. Tell them the training is
over. Tell them to figure out a better way, a less
expensive way and a way that protects the very
reason we are here. A good county number to call
is 491-7380.
Tony Crawford
Fernandina Beach

Tipping point
The time has come, Mayor Steger. You must
fire the city manager. It is your duty There is no
excuse for what has taken place in these last
weeks/years. ()ne of which would be the .65,000-
plus owed to the city but not paid ('Airport ten-
ant owes $65.0')0 in back rent.- Nov. 17).
That contrived "letter" to the city manager
from the "manager" of the airport. I hope you
caught that act too. It deserved a Tony Award.
Harry Truman is known for stating 'The Buck
Stops Here.- Evidentlv the current city manager
thinks the cash flow begins with him. The city
manager gets a lot of money and a new car for
doing almost nothing. The city manager with the
blessing of the city commission has managed to
rid himself of his own job description. It is clear
that he has out-ourced almost all of his prior
responsibilities. It makes one wonder what he
does all day long in that corner office.
We now have what seems like :ayers of man-
agers upon managers upon managers wIhlin the
city costing taxpayers a lot: of n;>r. ey Tha oki oke
comes to mind from the mid 197- where. New
York City went broke one city worker :urns a
light bulb whih- four city employees s'-c aro' found
and watched in awe. We have it here 'folks
Mayor Str.,r. .ou d, have the vo'e-s "o make
him gone You just have '. take the 'lead The c'-.
izens of Fernandina Bea-ch are goodii pr -pl and.
they certainly deserve b.'t''r-
Revisit ith' airpo;rt boondogg- Th- city
finance director did not catch this norn..yn r. of
00i5.(OXc-plus. The city manager did no: ca:c. :his
nonpayment of tKS.e00-plus The city co-nm:-,ion


. did not catch this nonpayment of $65,000-plus.
The airport manager did not catch this nonpay-
ment of $65,000-plus. These people are highly
paid managers. I am talking about great salaries
and benefits that those in the private sector can
only dream about. People who quite recently
received pay raises while our economy tanked.
And for what?
What did these individuals do to deserve any
type of raise in their salaries while the majority of
our citizens have suffered financially? It truly
makes one envy the level of their combined
incompetence.
Is it the airport company's fault? No. It is com-
pletely the fault of city management and a city
commission that is spoonfed by a corrupt source.
Hence the city commissioners do not really have
to think on their own. Just believe what you are
told by the department heads. And all your
dreams will come true.
Just who exactly is minding the store?
If a family in the city of Fernandina Beach
gets a month or more behind on their water pay-
ments to the city they get shut down immediately.
By the city. Families suffer. It is the working peo-
ple of our community who do not have a voice to
get the same treatment you gave to the airport
issue. They are the ones who suffer all because
they are honest and play by the rules.
It is troubling and these are dire times. Do you
care, Mayor Steger?
George Teall Stewart III
Fernandina Beach

Parking meters
Having just returned from Savannah. a.. and
experiencing their meters I am totally disgust-
ed with that system. After driving around sever-
al blocks looking for a parking space that would
allow over a 30-minute time period. I finally asked
a local if they had any -pot, that woukd permit us
to park over 30 minutes As the time wa-s 4:20
p.m. we were told to just feed the meter the
amount to 5 p.m. as it was free after 5
The la.'t time we were there I did ree-iv(e a $ 15
parking ticket for parking at a fron pa-king spo,
at a bank again after not finding an ov. er ?/>-minute
spot. )f course I oiuld find a parking lot that
had a -pot for an >x charge for all da-.
No: needing that. 'Au- ont- wanted: 'o hav,: drr-
ner and then be on ,our way to -.- o'he:r -gh:-
around tow',n No ,,. 'A re no' -. r.y or.
looking :or a parkh;n -r'v '-av ;r.r :a. ry
more,- :r ti rit han : d(o '-:r' [T: ." -:.g ';':
case h< y :r.ay b ab t o a, ::o -. a: --:. r -.a:
and the r:. ',oorized v. 'h i: : :: .-:"
tho, : "hat dare nro, i- ( ',-.* -'-:' .'a.r ?/; r:.'r.-
utes-
We ",re almo-: a "h, .: : ,f :- '-v,-
af'er a f:-w -ip- around th',r: o- ,:r.g for
a space a~- w,-.c other-., ad *.:, ;---' how
man-y cd. firfc-.1 doing a v., :. i-.:.- "- -n ',
wil no: re-vbi: 5Savannah a I do
ho. 'ha: Fernandirna d(o<-s r r a.' -:ch
a ': ;~';:rkirng rt.'.-(-r ar,-. '- --:- : <,o
!-aand ',.- ar uniq:'' r. r..r.' a an. a h"
t vori-i.y pick- ip n.ro a, :, --- .. .':'.r : -r-
*Aa h':r"
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and others have seen in a heavy populated tourist
town as Savannah. Our businesses need to be free
of these types of nuisances to tourists and locals
that patronize them.
Danny Iawhorn
Fernandina Beach

For the animals
If you care about the animals of Nassau
County, your voice is desperately needed. In
order to balance the budget for 2010-11, the
Board of County Commissioners made a decision
to trim the services of county departments. They
eliminated one animal control officer and one
vet technician from the Animal Services
Department. It was suggested that the gap in
services could be covered by volunteers and pet
food donations. This is totally unrealistic.
Volunteers and donations are at the whim of
the community and can vary from month to
month. These are unrealistic expectations.
Cutting employees will result in animals not being
provided the necessary food, water and care.
Adequate staff is needed for these needs, not
occasional volunteers. To state that euthanasia
may increase is an understatement This mentality
will take us back 10 years where the animals saw
a revolving door from intake to euthanasia,
Nassau County's methodology for controlling
animal population.
When elected officials make budget decisions
across the board without regard for specific needs
for animals, there is something wrong with their
ability to govern. Now is the time for all citizens
to get involved and come together to support
the needs of animal services in Nassau County.
Do not cut services to the Animal Services
Department. Contact your commissioners and
make your voices heard at www.nassaucoun-
tyfl.com, click on "Departments," then click on
"Meet Your Commissioners."
Susan Paul and Beverty Phillips
Fernandina Beach

Thanks Nedl
I would like to thank Steve Nicklas for his
recent column (Dec. 8) on the life and accor-
p'-hmrnent- of Ned Tyon. I had the opportunity
to meet Nedi on several occasions because he
-wa-,s inters.ted in our running program at Yulee
Middle He wanted to take what we are doing at
YM', and spr-cad it to other school, to get kids
ir.e,-r.-'ed in fitness.
He had a passion for fitness, and hell truly be
r:.is--d :-hi- year at the Pirates on the Run. I hope
'., r. rr.ore folks will come out this year to run in
onor of Ned. It's a great opportunity for Fpeple
who have never participated in a 5K or 10K to
begin their f'ness career and leading a health-
ier ife-yk:.-. The Amelia Island Runners do put on
a gra't race.
Tnanks. Ned Tyson, for your passion and
fore--'gh:. I know you'll be watching this year's
rac-: from an aeria! view. For information on
rates o.- the Run. viit www.ameliaislandrun-
net-T corn
Robin Lentz, AIR Member
Fernandina Beach












Sign. sign, everywhere


No parking signs
clutt-r the rtoadide
by the- I'ans Lree-k
(Greenway along the
south sideC of
Jasmine A.venue.


CALL TODAY & START LOSING!

912-882-8008


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a sign-

1 : bak L-u ,-: .a--a~ ht

_te :'. -a.d :hi- tlm, it has
tAn mf rarft-e days than
u'--ial to get back in rlAXne
kind oi .normal mode
Trav,-ing ". tainL zuon.-
alayvs 'ak,- its tll,. but the
,dt-r ouu get the longer the
rtA.'ty It. ur -,o it i--ms'
lu: n~ow, finally. I go: up
out of tb) at the crack of
dawn and headed to the
be-ach I was looking for new
,ign-. signs of winter It's not
exactly winter yet by the cal-
endar but once I stepped out
into the dim early morning
light it certainly felt like it.
For the first time in months I
needed a coat with a hood
clenched down against the
wind. OK, cold weather, that's
my first sign of winter.
On the beach it didn't take
long to see other signs too.
First of all, there were the
birds. Seagulls of a variety of
species were crowded in for-
mation on the beach, head
into the wind, feathers fluffed
to keep warm. Large royal
terns and smaller least terns
sheltered in their midst. Here
and there a clump of black-
backed skimmers formed an
offshoot to the main bird
assemblage. These large
aggregations of beach birds
are another sure sign of win-
ter.
I did my best to observe
beach bird etiquette by walk-
ing at a steady pace parallel to
the birds to avoid disturbing
them. But this time, this
morning I could not keep far
enough away there was only
so much low-tide hard sand to
walk on, and I needed this
boost for my poor plantar
fasciitis afflicted soles. I
noticed that it was only the
skimmers and the terns that
acted nervous at my proximi-
ty the more tolerant seag-
ulls rarely opened an eye as I
strode by.


ofwinte

l.ooking
out to waii
noticed
anfthe-r i4gn
otf winter
-sagulls
w e T bob-
bing in
groups oil
the surface
WID of the water,
WAYS enjoying the
temperature
of anl clean
Par now warmer
Foster- Turley than the Sair.
If the float-
ing birds were not sign
enough of winter, the gray
sky behind them sure was. It
was dawn, my first walk down
the beach, but where was the
sun? In true winter fashion,
the low clouds covered the
sky and obscured any bright-
ening of the horizon. Yes, win-
ter it was.
O(n the fishing pier at Fort
Clinch State Park I caught up
with my early morning fisher-
men friends Charlie and Jeff.
There in their cooler was a
fresh-caught sheepshead, a
beauty striped in black and
white, with humnan-looking
teeth, the better to scrape bar-
nacles with. Catching
sheepshead off the jetties, it
turns out, is a fisherman's
sign of winter.
'here were other signs of
winter, too, along my first
dawn walk in the cool air. The
sea oats were all dried and
brown, the wildflowers along
the dune line were gone and
ghost crabs were hidden out
of sight in their holes.
Driving back to my home I
wanted to see if I could spot
yet another sign of winter. I
headed from Citrona east
along Jasmine toward the
beach, planning to look for
wintering ibis, wood storks
and egrets that huddle dowpn
at the roadside edge to escape
the chill. Yes, I saw them, but


DON'T LITTER\)


SPAY- NEUTER
A Pubic See lnbounM tby The New-Leldrm


I ,ouid ha-dly take my eyes
waya roum the other signs I
t..Aw ther,- new signi to me
I'h- wt-re signs of of a
dili-rent .ort of winter -
sigs oif man's lack of aesthet-
ics and. maybe. stupidity
What is the reason for the 17
- count 'em 17 "no parking
on sidewalk' signs beginning
right at the corner and spaced
about four car lengths apart
all along the south side of
Jasmine? Mind you, besides
these, there are only two
other signs on this stretch of
road, one denoting 'Wildlife
Crossing" and one a speed
limit sign, fair enough. But
now these two critical signs.
and also an off the road sign
demarking the entrance to
the Greenway, are totally
obscured in the field of new
no parking signs. Now, driv-
ing on this once beautiful
stretch of road where the
sights of egrets and hawks
and freshwater channels and
trees rightly own the scene,
one can only see the visual
clutter of too many signs say-
ing virtually nothing.
As I drove back to my
home, now deflated after my
once perfect morning in near
winter, the old song kept run-
ning in my head:

Sign Sign everywhere a sign
Blocking out the scenery break-
ing my mind
Do this, don't do that, can't you
read the sign?
(c) 1970. 20O
Five Mal Eletrical Band

Please, someone, can we
make this right again? Surely
one sign with a "Fine of $50
(or whatever) for parking on
the sidewalk" at the begin-
ning of the stretch should do
it, don't you think? And while
we're at it, a similar solution
should be possible on the
14th Street Bridge, where
county "no parking" signs
again clutter the scene.
Anything more than this is for
the birds.
Pat Foster-Turley is a zoolo-
gist on Amelia Island. She wel-
comes your nature questions
and observations.patand-
bucko@yahoo.com


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City police, feds arrest



13, seek 4 in drug sweep

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I hTr WIrTw 1 ar-r(i-4 arni
fur riw-r w 'f urfay L iilkwit a fwrlotn:h
) finlt .ar( i..e ( .it :tigat lor
(oiidm ti-c byL ithe I-ririidiio
t-ais h Polo e I. rt-rIkenII t1 anrj
the kd.k-ral I Ty r.nf.lor( ,-n-It
Adrrinistratior:
( ity polia arid thlt- I .A
ad-nlif j txv-walaol thi i it j,
pfsi1 Ihr01u4h prol>nrid /i- r
-vilLarn e (f It le ltn (r ofi ,
Ilraik-r I'auk on south 1n0k
Stre-t f poli )Ie- said "Ilhrugh
surv-illan< :, autihorritie-'s to
firr -d that "a st-ady -trearn
of custonTwrs (w-r-) -nterring
tt- trailk park prope-rty from
the: early morning hours and
continuing throughout the:
day." police: said
The: 17 susp-ct' aret
charged with a host of cTirmr-
involving the sak: and delire-ry
of crack c( cair,- prtcrTiption
drugs and marijuana Police
said a majority of the: targets of
the investigation have prior
state convictions for sak- of
cocaine.
)On of the< largeted sus -
IXpes.i I'lward lHopki.ns, i cur-
rfently o(n Ic-d(ral super vi--ed
rcekl-am and is to b pro(--ut-d
by Ith I S Auor nty'. (Off)K in
Jacksonvilkl. police said.
Hopkins alklg(edly distrib-
ulid c(Kaint" and other sub-
stances frorn two re-sidence-.- -
919 South 10th St and 5494
Ervin St. police: said At the
tin- of his arrest. fl)rKic report
edly -s-ized cocainE, rlarijua-
na, prescription pills, drug
packaging material and more
than l ..(XX) cash. police- said
"lhis is th( third narc-otcs
operation of this type conduct-
ed by city police in 2010, The
operations have led to the
arrest of 34 suspects for various
drug charges, according to
police.
Arrested were:
Edward Jerome Hopkins
Jr., 39. 919 South 10th St.. five
counts of distribution of
cocaine. Bond: federal indict-
ment
enmott Ieon Rauls. 36.
630 Vernon St.. possession of
cocaine. lioInd: $25,()002.
Kuavis Darcel Jones. 25,
218 S. Ninth St. three counts of
sale or delivery of cocaine.
Bond: $75,006.
Jerard Jenard Williams,
24, 315 South 13th St., two
counts of sale or delivery of
cocaine. Bond: $50,004.
Kori Ramell While. 27.
520 S. Sixth St., two counts of
sale or delivery of cocaine,
child endangerment. Bond:
$lt5,006(
Jason Eugene Smith. 38.
21 South 11th St.. sale or deliv-
cry of cocaine, conspiracy to
sell or deliver cocaine. Bond:


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Jones


Hopkins


Martin


Meneses Rauls


550.004
Joshua
I. a rn o n
Watkins. 1107
South Ith St.,
two counts of
sale or deliv-
(ry of cocaine.
Bondf $50,004.
Rey Shelby
Y a n e 7z
Meneses, 30,
709 South 11th St., two counts
of sakl or delivery of cocaine,
two counts of child endanger-
ment. Bond: $250,008.
Brad Eugene Beach, 48,
516 North llth St., sale or
delivery of a controlled sub-
stance. Bond: $25,002.
John William Adams, 58,
516 North l1th St., cultivation
of marijuana. Bond: $25,002.
Shecna Marie
Hutchinson, 50,901 S. Vernon
St., sale or delivery of a con-
trolled substance. Bond:
$25,002.
Cordell Ronald Shelby,
18,319 North 11th St., posses-
sion of cocaine, possession
of less than 20 grams of mari-
juana. Bond: released from
jaiL
Tara Marie Flynn, 1424
Lewis St., driving while license
is suspended or revoked (mis-
demeanor); according to a
press release, Flynn is an
alleged associate of Edward
Hopkins. Bond: released from
jail.
Still at large were:
Enrico Spencer Roberts,
30. 1300 South 10th St. #8,
wanted for three counts of sale


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or delivery of cocaine.
Edward Franchot
Manning, 25,909 Division St.
wanted for two counts of sale or
delivery of cocaine.
Santonio Martin,26, 1100
Lime St. #8, wanted for two
counts of sale or delivery of
cocaine.
Eric Alonzo Dawson, 27,
619 Vernon St, wanted for sale
or delivery of a controlled sub-
stance and sale or delivery of
cocaine.
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'Suspicious' package



closes Shave Bridge

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Sesr: mIcr


A ctapty cookr caused a
Ltrax tirx-ip on A1A atthe Sham
Hridgt Fridayn whe a cader to
th- Naasau County Sheriff'
()!fic rt-purtedt it as a package
- by a 'suspcous person '
"It was Friday at about 1131
a mi is when the call came in to
the conmunuications center.
U ndetshriff Gordon Bass said
Monday "A person tekphoned
the sheriffs office and reported
,-eing a suspicious person
standing on the bridge'-
Bass said the caller
described the person leaving
two packages a small black
one "about the size of a laptop"
and a larger blue one on the
top of the span in the bridge's
eastbound lane.
"The suspicious person
reportedly left the scene in a
green vehicle," Bass said.
The sheriffs office closed
the bridge from 1138 am. to


In these times we re living in. you huate o
take all these situations seriously
CA MP1M RS.rAS&SAUC UlTTU mrD TI


about noon to ensure the safety
of nmoltrists Bass said
"They did close down the
bridge to vehicular traffic as a
safety precaution until they
could determine exactly what
they were deag with,' he said.
There was definitely some type
of object up there"
But it was difficult to tell
what the object was from a dib
tance, he added.
just happened to be in that
area. I drove up the eastbound
lanes and drove past the pack-
ageust to get an eyeball of what
we were dealing with.' he said.
"As I drove past it I could see
that t was an upside-down soft-
side cooler.
I could tell when I drove by.


just by the wind bowing, that it
was an emnty cook-r And the
laptop' was the id ol the cIxkoo
We went ahead and retrievtd
the cooper and opened back up
the bridge'
Bass said that tven though
the incident turtnd out Ito b t
false alarm, he kf- the sheritll
office made the right call in cks-
ing the bridge
"In these time,- w-'re livin.t
in, you have to take all 1thls.- sit
nations eriousi.'. tw said It
appeared to be a took-r that hKa
falk-n off a vehick- or sonlthinmg.
but kfr the sake ol caution it was
sonxething we needed I ctecrk
out, and we certainly apprtci
ale everyone's patience "
rsmurhm hnrftr_-,skae nII


4 cats die in house fire

RYAN SMITH
News I ader


Nassau County firefighters
believe a space heater ignited a
blaze that destroyed a Yulee
home Monday. The occupant
escaped unscathed, but four
cats were killed in the confla-
gration.
Nassau County Fire Chief
Sam Young said the department
responded to the call about 3
p.m. and contained the blaze
within 30-45 minutes.
-The fire itself was at the
corner of Williams Avenue and
John Street," Young said.
The house was completely
destroyed. There was an occu-
pant present, but there were no
injuries," said Young. The Red
Cross is helping the family, he
added.
"Units from Callahan, Yulee,
O'Neil, Amelia Island and
Nassau Oaks responded and
the (state) Division of Forestry
for some spot-over fires that
carried out toward Felmor Road
and some adjacent properties,"



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Space heaters are a common cause ofhouse
fres in the winter months.


Young said. "They were very
small and controlled quickly."
Young said the "spot-over"
fires, which spread to trees
around the house, were carried
by Monday's high winds. One
oak tree that caught fire had to
be knocked down.
The oak tree was over the
building itself, and then there
was a palm tree out on Felmor
Road that it actually spread to,"
he said.
Space heaters are a common
cause of house fires in the win-
ter months, Young said. He


stressed that anyone making
use of the heaters should
inspect them regularly.
"Space heaters should be
three feet away from any com-
bustible," he said. "The cord
should be checked for fraying.
Those space heaters that are
electric draw quite a bit of
electricity, and those cords can
get really warm. The ones
that use kerosene should also
be used appropriately, as
they're designed to be used."
he added.
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',l- of nuir I rous cilo,-d-c-ir uit camrrais installed along AIA by
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POLICE REPORT


S.aci rjcr, :irt .I -.r :F dx .aw .
Pfack P,'t.: LZ;a,:,,Ti: xi .,au-
crim e ., z~gW.u
aerncm.es Arrwe ntr:zrta srsi,.. ia
a.4 me meIr wc7 -k 1'mt k crc-
real aarn can :ox .I.ntat i Ferwas.rda
HBaci Pive p Ikarrtmetr at 277-7342
,fr te .%assia, G.Cmr Stenff's Office
anmonycia by callag 225-0147 rx
Yalee and Fernandina eaOch or 79-
2136 ia Callaka. Hilliard and
Bryser-l 7 Tke 'I Ttp'program I-
MrfO-7CklIF also alloYs callmrs
leare ano'yrmowss ps-
Furniture found
Several pi-ceIs of furniture and
applianct-, reported stolen from a
model! hotm in Yuk-e were found cov-
ered by tree brush in an adjacent
wooded area Dc. 7.
A man informed an employee at
Prestige Home Center. 850910 US 17,
that he found the items a sofa,
loveseat, three tables, a lamp, a refrig-
erator and an electric range in a near-
by wood line, police said. -
The employee discovered that a
model home had been broken into by
a suspect or suspects who broke a win-
dow to enter, police said. The case is
pending further investigation.
Puppies missing
The sheriff's office is looking for a
suspect or suspects who reportedly
stole nine American pit bull puppies
from a Nassauville home Dec. 7 or 8.
The victim said she woke up and
discovered the dogs missing from a


ke ?n I n ;-:. i :n '"-,-kya,-d u,.: h-r


po3ce said No :'re t:x-' rn, ,r
"k..i .r'- w: c ;,r:.,c a :"-* s. r- and.
'h., c- is y tu,- .' ". ,c: i;v- -tig;-


Femymarests
John Michael B_-nn-t. 52.
Jacksojiyilk. Dec 12. iEkgal killing.
p~jss-sing or capturing ui an algatr .
SKristophter Eugene Small. 24.
South 1 1th Stret, Fenandina Bk-a.h.
lk-. 12. Nassau Cuunmty warart rub-
bry
lirmohy Brou-n. 37. Adtarn Run.
SC.., LD- 12. Nassau County warrant
- uttering a forged instrument.
Zachary Sage Hatten 22. 939
North Fletcher Ave.. Fernandina
Beach. Dec. 12. aggravated battery.
resisting arrest without violence.
Brandon Michael Johns. 19.
86434 Hill Valley Ave., Yulee. Dec. 9.
Nassau County warrant robbery.
SWalter Eugene Bass 111 32, 54709
Spring Lake Drive, Callahan. Dec. 9.
Nassau County warrant domestic
battery, violation of an injunction.
David Eric Hicks. 28.
Jacksonville, Dec. 9, St. Johns County
warrant home invasion robbery with
a firearm.
Aaron Lewis Williams, 42. I(000
Date St., Fernandina Beach. Dec. 9,
sale or delivery of cocaine.
Corey Steven Prescott, 20, 54173
Plantation Road, Callahan, Dec. 9.
aggravated domestic assault, domestic
battery.
Patty Laverne Starling. 40.
Interlachen, Dec. 9, Nassau County


%Waranl vi,,l.ik,7 Of pribationf -
ub'.aIring a cvnirvf'cd -ub-tance by
"raii:
Nichol Marie Wiggins. 31.
Jac'.,nvilk-. l .. rrand thft.
Brian D)urawd 111omas. 21.
JaCk-o.nvi!ck-. D1).<' ,'. pvo-s--ession ol
cocaine,. p.f-s--.i,,nl n, k-.o s than 20
grain'-s of iar.iL1U.UI. IU n dri'\ "?-,. Eviln .-
I )wrtil I t.-.tn'di- letinptson. 24.
Jacki.)nvili'. 1l -, q. Ih.iv. County
war rant bI-[er \. ik-rminal 1i,4-'hivi
Richal d Al n Ik-nedict. 5S.
Jack-sonvilh-, l)I, '. Nassmu County
capias driving hik- li-ense is sus-
pended or revok ,d
D)arta.ine luInIa t l)unwood, 18.
712 S Six thl St. Fcrnandina each.
DIXc. 7. p.-x---.ion! of more than 20
grams of marijuana. pus- tas)n of drug
paraphe.-rnalia
Sonya l-igh Russ-ell. 41. 1893
Palm Drive. F'ernandina leach. Dec. 7.
Duval County warrant violation of
probation -- schemes to defraud.
Rachel Miriah (;iddens, 28. 713
Bonniteview Road. Fernandina Beach.
Dec. 7. grand thict, principal in the
first degrLe-
James Boyd green n 1ll. 19,
Jacksonvilk-. l)Dc t6. Nassau County
capias vio ilation of probation -grand
theft
Mui cus Rashard lkdwards. 21,
Jacksonville. I)ec. 6. violation of pro-
bation possession with intent to sell
or deliver a controlledl substance .
Steve Allen Jordan Jr.. 25,
Coluiibus. (Ohio. )Dec. 6. Nassau
County capias- violation of probation
possession of controllledt substance
without a prt.-'ipriplon.
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COURT REPORT


/lir fPlli/u ing report was com-
i4 hy v Iatsn Yurgartis, Neis-
., ar staff from the IDc. !)
court docket of Circuit Court
Judge Robert M. hFter.
Steven Ih-wayin Huck-
land plhade-d not guilty to two
ci' nisl of ()sl Ix), -ssion with intent
tlo s -ll or deliver a controlled
su bsl'tnc ,
SiDonald Ray Burch plead-
'd I guilty to battery, a lesser-
include(d misdemeanor in a
colulll of aggravated balltery with
a deadly weapon.a and ajudica-
lion was withheld. He was sen-
tenced to court supervised pro-
bation and is to refrain from


SonltitaI with thI( victim. lurch
,'Ias oldr l Id Io pay .50 to the
iIte Atlt Inwij y' ( )Ifice, $203 in
( i ll I ( ts and l .l 352 in statuto-
1 y siirclial gIes.
Clayton (enie Cobb Jr.
pieladeld guilty to a violation of
probation being served for
gKIand theft and dealing in stolen
)proI'rty and was adjudicated
guilty As a result, probation was
rE-vIoked and terminated and he
was sentenced to time served in
thie Nassau County Jail.
William Frederick
l)epriest pIleaded guilty to bur-
glary and grand theft and was
adjudicated guilty. He was sen-


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Nassau County Jail and ordered
to pay $100 to the State
Attorney's Office. $150 to the
Public Defenter's Office and
$398 in court costs.
Eric Jon Edens pleaded
guilty to sale or delivery of alpra-
zolam and possession with
intent to sell oxycodone and was
adjudicated guilty. He was sen-
tenced to six months in the
Nassau County Jail with credit
for time served, followed by 18
months of drug offender pro-
bation with the possibility of
early termination after 12
months if in full compliance, a
drug and alcohol evaluation,
and is subject to random uri-
nalysis. Edens was ordered to
pay $100 to the State Attorney's
Office, $150 to the Pubtic
Defender's Office, $250 to the
Nassau County Sheriffs Office
Investigatory Trust Fund and
$498 in court costs.
A trial date of Jan. 10 was
set for Cecil Thomas Ennis,
charged with possession with
intent to sell or deliver marijua-
na and possession of more than
20 grams of marijuana. The
State Attorney's Office also filed
a habitual felony offender
notice.
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Office will not prosecute Xavier
Darnell Glenn on a charge of
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Kevin Lee Hainstock
pleaded not guilty to aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon
without intent to kill. A motion
for reduction of bond was
denied.
Donald Talmadge Har-
rison Jr. pleaded guilty to grand
theft and adjudication was with-
held. He was sentenced to three
months in the Nassau County
Jail with credit for time served,
six months probation and 50
hours of community service.
Harrison was ordered to pay
$100 to the State Attorney's
Office, $398 in court costs and
$1,661.18 in restitution.
Michael Jay Hart plead-
ed not guilty to felony domestic
battery by strangulation.
Jason Mark Hendrix
pleaded-tnot guilty -to child
abuse.
James Neil Holton plead-
ed guilty as charged to posses-
sion of a controlled substance
without a prescription and DUI
and was adjudicated guilty. He
was ordered to complete the
Salvation Army residential drug
treatment program and sen-
tenced to 24 months probation
with the possibility of early ter-
mination after 12 months if in
full compliance. Holton must
also complete level II DUI
school, attend a victim impact
panel and his car is to be
impounded for 30 days. He was
ordered to pay $100 to the State
Attorney's Office, $150 to the
Public Defender's Office and
$1,441 in court costs.
Willie Jean Hubbard
pleaded guilty to grand theft
and violation of probation being
served for battery on a law
enforcement officer and was
adjudicated guilty. Hubbard was
not prosecuted on a charge of
unlawful temporary use of a
motor vehicle. As a result, pro-
bation was revoked and termi-
nated and Hubbard was sen-
tenced to 13 months in a state
prison 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.


A trial date of Jan. 10 was,
set for Michael Robert Kronlz
V, charged with burglary and
grand theft.
SJohnny Levern McKnight
pleaded guilty for convenience
to sale or delivery of cocaine
and adjudication was withheld.
He was ordered to pay $100 to.
the State Attorney's Office, $ 150
to the Public Defender's office ,
$300 to the Nassau County
Sheriff's Office Investigatory.
Trust Fund and $498 in court
costs.
Mayda Garcia Nodarse
pleaded guilty to three counts of
petit theft and was adjudicated
guilty. She was not prosecuted
on charges of fraudulent use of
a credit card and schemes to
defraud. Nodarse was sen-
tenced to-one year d':lev('l
community control and two
years probation. She was
ordered to pay $50 to the State
Attorney's Office, $203 in court
costs and $44,715.53 in restitu-
tion, which is to be paid joint
and several with a codefendant.
Kristopher Wade Pfeiffcer
pleaded not guilty to aggravated
fleeing or eluding of law
enforcement.
A trial date of Feb. 14 was
set for Jeremiah Donald Potter,
charged with molestation of a
victim less than 12 years old byI
an offender over 18.
Johnie Hayne Richardsonl
pleaded guilty to possession
with intent to sell or deliver
methadone and was adjudicateld
guilty He was sentenced to six
months in the Nassau County
Jail with credit for time served,
followed by 18 months of drug
offender probation, a drug and
alcohol evaluation within 60
days and is subject to random
urinalysis. Richardson was
ordered to pay $100 to the State
Attorney's Office, $150 to the
Public Defender's Office and
$498 in court costs.
Christopher John-Melvin
Rogers pleaded guilty to driv-
ing while license is suspended
or revoked for habitual traffic
offenses and was adjudicated
guilty. He was sentenced to
three months in the Nassau


Co()ntyl Jail wilh cil'dil for flinl(
-Al rve(d ;11n(l orderIcId topay- 100)
to the State Altloj i y' (Office,
$81.5 to the I'ublic I )efinder's
Office and .39, inl court costs.
Johnl Khlilleth Russo
tpl(eaded guilty for convenience
to baittry, a l(---ssr-inlcluded mis-
demeanor in a charge of bat-
tcry onl a person 65 or older,
and was adjudlic;atcd guilty. Ar
additional charge (of battery was
not p'rosecluted. Russo was
ordered to pay S') to thI State
Atlorlnev's ()flc-ce, 10( to t he
Public 1)Defiender's Office, $203
in court costs, 3i52 in statutory
surcharges. and 502)o in restitu-
tion.
M)iioi(que' Suzz( Searcy
plea(ddl not guilty to )i and theft.
C('lrit iin Shane
Sh'ltak elfWrld -lIa< iea< d.nt uiliy
to fleeing or attempting to elude
law enforcelenflt.
Julie' Maric Spetaccino
pleaded guilty to poIssession of
a controlled substance and adju-
dication was withheld. She was
sentenced tol 1 lllontlih of drug
offennd(r- problatlin, a di-rlg and
alcohol evaluationn and is sub-
ject to Irandomn urinalysis.
Sptelac'lcino was irdcrlced to pay
$100 to the Sltate Attorney's
Office' and -)498 in court costs.
I)Dely (Odcll Taylor III
i)l.ad<(l.I i1iot guilly to four counts
of sale or (h-livry of marijua-

A Ii l, (la,;i of Jani. 10 was
,'t or ol" (,'ory F' rirell
\Va, liigtoll. ( hliarg; d with raf-
ficking )" on-)n-,[is aiy to iaffic ini
opitlumn or a (rivalive and traf-
fickinL. in a ton liolled siub--
stancc.
J.rry I'liillip W illiamsl
i)pladrl not guillt' ) lt.'wo cunlIs
of failure to iregistlr a a stexu-
al offet-nder.
SA trial dalt of.;an 10 was,
.set for Rocky Stoney Workman,
charged with s,-xual battery and
battery on a x-rs'on 65 or older.
Joh Randall Wright ilk-ad-
ed Inot guilty to driving while
license is Muspexnd for habitual traffic offcensls
and no motorcycle endorse-
ment.
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Friday. The
Yulee jun-
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won 82-49
and the
FBIIS var-
sity won
56-55.
Pictured,
clockwise
from top
left:
Derrick
Peterson
tries to
block Will
Rodeffer's
shot; Kelvin
Rainey
defends as
Scan
Jlowers
shoots;
Jordan
McIntosh
charges to
the basket;
Caleb
Marsh with
a layup for
JV; team-
mate Jake
Powell
shoots;
Austin
Morea
heads for
the goal for
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teammate
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Chapman
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It go alolti with ,ix l i t-l an l thri < a l i.
Alh'x Br li II iha I ,iur a i-t
Kcivin a'l i n i ,-d Yulrl with i 2 il ints. Travis
G(rccnaway had 12 aand Jlhn I ," chippd in

iThi irats ,1 t 45-:0 (Jc tio l ainii s T'lhu rsdvl
Raincs lbr'okc Oli n a ncrii -p int halfi i'ti-t c inI
thI s icolnd hall f uttct ring t hc' I 'ilrats 1- inl t l
third and 7-2 in th\' fourth.
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tini," Schreibc-r said. "Wc just came out in Ith,
third quarter and wti-rl a unab ito kip tud lim
from rebounding nil sws. And wll( ciuldn(i' timik
any shots."
Jiowi rs lid with 1I I IO.,- in l and ightt T bllunds
Mcintosh had i0 points.
"i;an is our main scoring thrc-ats." s.hr iblr
said. "Ih All our returning guy with i xpl'ri in.-
I f's a good shoot.r. Wc. kiln'w w'' V,'oull .lIt
phlif liyof of llnl-c from him.
i"W c'r getting great csid ntributiosi a n llIrad-
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Mc Intosh. Andi the yioungr players ar. c .l rh
better ever gant.
The Piratus traveled to Bolls "lTus-lay for
their fourth district ganm in a row. Thl y travel
to Orlando forr a I)isnuv "citturnamntI this wik-
end. Thanms from Canada and all around tlh
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2!-:"O at Pilralt. (;vi
Yut h l diostid t rmllh iTuday and thravw,,it
tol' fIs Th ur, day.
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The-I, ay Pirai lc I 1 i4 I-rai 0.
to uBakirT (.iCounty lttciaxraya and lo, t ;9f i, ,
lady Wildcats. Mackinzic Mc i ridc ld1 I- l I,
with 12 points and was four-of-fivcf frt ccltip -r
throw 'inc. Kara l untri ham 1) tJpoints
Thi JV hbeatt akir a8-28 with Vanf. ;.
Johnson corningg :I of tlh i;dy i irats' l o, i
Sih was al-,, foutr f -,ix fr an thi foul 1in
D)arian Vinke-n ir sicir, d 24 ly,int-S in hcJ\
Laidy Pirath-s 40- if; win avor l trinity I)(
Tlhi Ialy d Piratc-, hcc-tid 1 a ,
T u'-s-,Idav T'h h10 tRibaulth Thur-,IL "iI I ,I Y I"
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Tlih I iaF yS girlt i c-c< I. .i. li( t c ,a rt i
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the Ights with each session
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with first games March 12
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spot on the team
Parents may register their
children online now at
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contact registrar Ronee
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Willaford at 261-3136.

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will be played Jan. 1 and
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Conference, vying for the
Gator Bowl crown. The game
will kick off at 1:30 p.m. and
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Club seats are sold out.
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Kraft 'l-nnis Club, in conjunction with Yulee Tennis Foundation, hosted a men's and
women's doubles round robin Dec. 12. Despite cold winds and sporadic rainfall, ten-
nis enthusiasts came out to play in support of restocking a local food pantry. The
(.etry fee was five non-perishable food items per person. "I am very happy with the
turnout and the amount of food received. We were able to fill up the bed of our trqck
;nd the back seat with groceries that will definitely help out our locals who might be
having a bit of a struggle these days," Yulee Tennis Foundation's Michele Maharaj
said. "We are so appreciative to Kraft Tenis Club for donating the use of their facilities
for this event as part of their community outreach program." Ben Mirschel and Jerry
Gardner placed first in the men's doubles and Evan and John Mirschel placed second.
Pictured above, from left, are Michele Maharaj, Frances Blancett, Jerry Gardner, Ben
Mirshacel, Evan Mirschel, John Mirschel. In the "Sleigh Belles" division, Sandy
IEldrige and Kathly Finley topped Arlene Mirschel and Ijslie Hitter, right top. The
"Mistletoe Maidens" division was won by )arlene Morris and Marylin Baggett with
Mary Doyle and Sue Ragan taking second place, right.


Brauda claims



Wednesday title


"irrrrr" rin.s t,, be the
i|pil, prii:att wrd fir golfers
Ilii ipa-t wek. Admnittedly it
IIjIlI tII like sulllmm r co(m-
pa);ir l ti what our northern
tier itf stalls is going through
bul it was chilly with cold
winds for the blitz players.
Still. last Wednesday 30 men
bra)ved the elements to play
and, on Friday, there was a
turnoutt f fl at the
IFernandina Beach Golf Club.
On Wednesday individual
honors, went to Larry Brauda
with a round of 77, good for
plus 8 points. I larry Gibbs
shot an 84 and plus 6 to take
second whih- IlA' Murray was
thiirdwith an 8'Zand plus 5.'
With a small field, it was
divided into three-man teams.
lratIda's plus 8 received help
firm Mike Lovejoy (85, plus
2) while I lydie Peterson (81)
was minus 1 and plus 9 was
goodi enough for first place.
lTher was a tie for second
and third places at plus 3
between the teams (of Michael
Kaullfman (8,. plus 2), Charles
I lilniellhteber (81. plus 1),
'Ilniiy l.Ilp'z (85,. given) and
Murira y (plus i5). (;arey
D)irilen (91, ininus 1), Dennis
NIMoorelead (82, minus 1).
Fourth place ;t plus 2
went to Fred Biatright (81,
Iplus 2). Rich Vredenburgh
(). plis 2) andl I)ave Mudd
(92. minus 2).
)n Friday the individual
honorll was won by Charles
Kicklighter with a good round
(f 78 and plus 9. There was a
tie at plus 6 for second and
third between Fred Boatright


GOLF NEWS

(75) and Rich Vredenburgh
(86).
With Kicklighter (plus 9)
and Fred Boatright (plus 6)
on the same team, their
scores were great enough to
offset the minus 3 of Justin
Dean (78) and the minus 2 of
Dave Mudd (92) to finish at
plus 10 and first place.
Second place went to the
only other team finishing in
the plus column as Nathan
Powell (80, plus 3), Lee
Murray (85, plus 3), Evan
Wi4rnian (87, plus 2) and
Michael Kaufman (92, minus
1) came in at plus 7.
Third and fourth places
went to two teams that fin-
ished at minus 5. Vreden-
burgh's plus 6 and Larry
Brauda (83, plus 1) received
no help from Larry Gallo (95,
minus 6) and Jim McFarland
(102, minus 6), but it was
enough for the tie as the team
of Rudy Camplanale (95, Iplus
2), Charles Ilelenbrook (92,
plus 2) and Bill lIarrabhe's (90
even) had a minus 9 by Dave
Mason (88).
This week-marks the end
of the regime of Scott Wonm-
ble as the director of golf with
the Casper Group taking
over the management of the
city course as of Dec. 18. The
blitz players thank Womble
and his team for their servic-
es and fellowship and wish
them well as they seek new
assignments.


The city of Femandina
Beach Recreation Depart-
ment (city website www fbfl
us) offers
Adult volleyball is from 7-
9 pm Tuesdays and Fndays
at Peck Gym Cost is $2 per
day for city residents (S5 non-
city)
Open basketball is Mon-
days and Wednesdays from
11am to 5 15 pm Thurs-
days from 11am to 7 p m
and Saturdays and Sundays
from 11 am to 4 pm at Peck
Gym based on availability
Bah Humbug' one-pitch
softball tournament is Dec 18
at the Ybor Alvarez softball
fields There will be men s and
co-ed disions Toumament
abides by USSSA rules with a
45-rrnute time limit and a six
home run limit for men three
for co-ed Teams will supply
their own USSSA 12-inch
classic M softballs Pnzes for
first through third place in
eac& di.ision Team fee is
5210 First 12 teams to regis-
ter in each division by today
eligible Soflballs wll be avail-
able for purchase at the tour-
nament For rules, registration
locations andJinformatndn.
contact Jason at 277-7256 or
)brown (@ fbfl org
Winter Challenge co-ed
softball tournament Jan 29 at
the Ybcr Alvarez fields on
Bailey Road Open t city of
Femandina Beach co-ed
league teams and prospective
teams for the spnng 2011
season Format will depend
on the number of teams regis-


tered by the Jan. 25 deadline.
Winner receives half-pnce
team registration for spring
Runner-up will also be award-
ed Team fee is $10. For infor-
mation contact Jason at 277-
7256, e-mail ibrown@fbfl.org
or visit www.leaguelineup.
com/bflsoftball
Register for adult basket-
ball through Jan 5 at the
Atlantic Avenue Recreation
Center Team fee is $400 and
due Jan 5 Games are played
on Monday and Thursdays
and possibly Wednesdays at
Peck Gym beginning Jan 10
Each team must have match-
ing team colors Contact Jay
at 277-7350, ext 2013. or
email Jrobertson@fbfl org
Register for co-ed and
men's softball league Jan 31
through Feb 21 at the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center
Co-ed league (ASA rules)
plays Monday and Wednes-
days beginning March 7
Men's league (USSSA rules)
plays Tuesdays beginning
March 8 Team fee is $435 for
co-ed and S420 for men s A
late charge of $25 will be
added after Feb 21 Fees not
accepted after Feb 23 Man-
datory captain's meeting at
the Atlantic Center at 6 30
p m Feb 23 for men s league
and Feb 24 for co-ed Con-
tact Jason at 277-7256, email
lbrown@fbfl org or visit www
leaguelineup comAbflsoftball
Check out Central Park
tennis court keys at the Atlan-

CIT" 'Continued on 4B


S Thi Wee's P A Turamn Peve


South African Open Championship The South African Open
Defend RichieChampionship is one of the oldest
Defending R e Ra y national open golf championships
Purse: $1,331,800 in the world, and is one of the
Yards:7,438 principal tournaments on the
Par: 72 Sunshine Tour. The first formal
event was organized in 1903, following a series of exhibition matches that had
been held over the preceding ten years. This year, the tournament is played at
Durban Country Club. This naturally undulating, 18-hole par-72 layout was first
shaped from the bush and dunes of the KwaZulu-Natal coast in the earty
1920s under the original inspiration of Laurie Waters and George Waterman.
Gary Player has been the most successful player in the toumament's history,
with 13 victories over four decades between 1956 and 1981.


Dustin Johnson
Birthdate: June 22, 1984
Birthplace: Columbia, S.C.
Residence: Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Turned Professional: 2007
World Ranking: 14th
2010 Earnings: $4.473,122
PGA Tour Wins: 4


Which PGA Major tournament is always
played at the same course?
a) U.S. Open c) PGA Championship
b) British Open d) Masters Tournament
Answer: d) The Masters is played every year at
Augusta National in Georgia.


TENNIS NEWS


Sistes honored by CTA
In the summer of 2010, Susie
DeMille, who serves as the Kraft Tennis
Partners 10-and-under QuickStart
Tennis director, and her sister, Liz
Kawecki, were awarded the largest
grant in the state of Florida by the USTA
for their "Share the Love" Campaign,
which introduces children from the ages
of 5-10 to the "FUN"-damentals of ten-
nis.


QuickStart junior team tennis league on
Amelia Island in the fall.
Thanks to these laudable accom-
plishments, this spectacular "sister act"
is a worthy recipient of the Community
Tennis Association Volunteer of the Year
Award.
Maharaj Tennis tennis classes are
scheduled for various levels and times
throughout the week in the city.
There are still openings available in
some of tht scheduled clinics and there


Because they possess such a passion are four USPTA instructors available for
for junior tennis, DeMille and Kawecki private and customized lessons and clin-
have shared their experience, knowl- ics.
edge and love of the game with young- Questions or registration information
sters who may have never had the can be obtained by mailing Maharaj
opportunity to play tennis. Tennis at michelemaha@msn.com.
Their crowning achievement was the Register for the free high school
establishment of a nine-week QuickStart coaches workshop in conjunction with
Kids Tennis Camp that is hosted and the Florida Athletic Coaches
supported by members of Kraft Tennis Association's winter clinic Jan. 6-8 at
Partners, who volunteered their time Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront
and assistance to make the program a Resort.
success. 4: :-. % The Workshop will afir-.be'open to
More than 95 children, Itclh'li'f0r-g i0 middle school tennis coaches in Florida
who received scholarships from the and non-FACA members and will be
Boys & Girls Club at the Kraft Athletic held at the Florida Tennis Center
Club, participated in the program. Daytona from 9:30 am. to 3 p.m.
In an attempt to keep the participants Contact Rebecca Halpern at
involved following the program's conclu- halpern@florida usta.com or to register
sion, the duo also established a www.regionline.com. Email Judi Turner


at davejudlitbellsouth.nle
Beginner classes are Tuesd;ays and
Thursday from 3-4 p.m. al the Yulke
Sports Complex. Intermediate to com-
petitive junior player clinics are limitcdl
to eight players per class. Class times
are 4-5:15 and 5:15-6:30 p.ni. Tuesday
and Thursdays.
Nassau County Home Education
classes are from noon to 3 p.m.
Monday.
A moms class is offered Mondays
from 1-2 p.m.
Contact Michele Maharaj at
michelemaha@msn.com or call 524-0243
or visit www. yuleetennisfoundation.com
for information.
PTR tennis teaching professional
Paul Drayton hosts beginner and inter-
mediate tennis clinics, which are open
to the public and cost just $10.
Clinics are Wednesdays in Yulec and
Fernandina Beach. 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 a.m. Monday in
Kingsland, Ga., at the Laurel Island
Plantation. Class fee is $15.
For information on junior clinics, call
(904) 373-TENN (8366) or check events
at www.zentennislessons.com.


Dustin Johnson and lan Poulter Tournament Results
won the Shark Shootout Sunday, Champion: Johnson/Pouler
shooting a 13-under 59 in the Pure: $375,000 esch
scramble fonnat Second place 2nd: Clarke/McOowell
Sent to Darren Clarke and Purse: 235,000 eac
Graerne McDoMell. They also T'rd: Ke'ly/Sricker & DiMarco/Kam
carded a combine 59, but Pue: $125.000 eadc
couldn't get doser tha two strokes in the touaent hosted by Greg
Norman at Turon Gdf Club near Naples, Fla Although Bubba
Watson and his teawnate Ridde Fowler frhed T0, they were in the
spirit of the Christmas season. The pair domed Santa Claus suits fowing their
rounds and tossed more than 200 candy canes to spectator along No. 18 as we
as to others when they were signing autographs at the confusion of the toumnane


SOne of those awkward shots that can
really be mastered with a bit of prac-
/ twice is when your shot les up against
a tree and you can not take your nor-
mal s.tane. As you may expect, you
wil need to turn your body around
and do the opposite of what you nor-
maly do. You want to use irons with the biggest
faces (wedge or 9-iron) and flip it over to match your
ffpped stance. As you prepare to make your swing.
the first piece of advice is to not take a ful swing. A
short backswing wi elrina:e any errors since you
are not used to swinging the dub this way (back-
wards). You also waran t abbreiae the t low-
through, trying to keep your right arm straight (nor-
maly you want :o keep your ter arm straight ) Try
this technique ou a 'ew mres and you should be
able to get a good grasp of fairly quiddy


Peter Senior bea: Geoff Ogivy on the second hole of a playoff to wr he Atusrann _
PGA championship on Monday Ogivy wiho won las' week's Ausralar. Open risNed OW
with a 6-under-par 66 whie Senior wished with a 7'. both at '2-under-par 276 Senir ----
hoed a '0 'oo birde put on the 18th. he ctughest hole al week. 't forcee ths way into he \ .
playoff wth the waing Geoff Ogvy Boh players parred the '8th hoe n to 'rs: hoe o,
the playoff Senor then cai~ed the Joe Kirkwood Cup when Og9i tree-pr-ed he second
extra hole g ing the 51-year-old Senior his thid Ausaan PGA Tre =~ OCgl 'o tree-pu wasn: he
rranner in which either player wanted the championship sededr O G*r/ ue m cpr'essional ta he is.
rugged of his disappointment to lavsh praise ont he vic 'terate .ea Peter is irrpresse.
ms: a class ac: and always has been.' Ogivy sard


Event: South African Open Championship
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Through Dec. 12, 2010
Rank & Player
1) Lee Westwood
2) Tiger Woods
3) Martin Kaymer
4) Phil Mickelson
5) Jim Furyk
6) Steve Stricker
7) Graeme McDowel
8) Paul Casey
9) Luke Donald
10) lan Poulter
11) Rory Mcroy


Points
9.31
8.26
7.49
7.0'
644
6.39
6.30
6.'4
5.80
5.73
5.69


Dec. 16. 1948 Ben Hogan. whose 0 vicories
in 1948 included the U.S. Open. 'he PGA
Charrpionship. and the Western Open finishedd
the season as the PGA Tour's leading rroney
winner with $32.112. He also was named the
PGA Player of the Year. and he won he Vardon
Trophy. posing a season scoring average of
69.3 strokes.


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out what brand and niiodIl.
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in so many diff- rcnt modlIs,
sizes and flexes. Your local
tackle shop can also hclp, you
make that crucial decision.
Fishing lures also make
excellent stocking stuffers at
Christmas time. Each year
there are new lures on the
market that seem to catch
more and larger game fish.
The D.O.A. combination
shrimp and popping cork
comes in one package, while
the "glow" shrimp seems to
catch. mur tru uL and rcdfiab.
Berkley G(ulp snlrimip in the
three-inch "new penny" color
is also a deadly lure when
rigged with a led head for
trout and redfish.
Other stocking stuffers
include the Rapala SSW-11
"Skitter Walk," FLR-8 "Flat
Rap," Johnson's 1/4-ounce


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Fishing gloves, lures, special fishing pliers and fluorocarbon leaders all make excellent Christmas gifts for your fish-
erman. Inexpensive fishing combos for your junior anglers at Christmastime help encourage your young fishermen
to enjoy one of our country's favorite pastimes, fishing. Pictured, below left, is l)rew Zielinski. James McCully's
hook, lh'ivond the Moon, will give you a much better understanding of how tides affect both fishing water levels and
currents. looks Plus on Centre Street carries McCully's tide book along with my Kingfish and RLdfish books, below
right.


gold spoon and Storm's
"Chug Bug."
Outdoor books also make
excellent Christmas gifts for
the outdoorsmen. Jim
McCully's book, Beyond the
Moon, is excellent reading
material for understanding


how the tides determine your your boat and fishing equip-
ultimate fishing success. I am ment for not only king fish-
also the author of SKA's book ing, but for a variety of fishing
on king mackerel. The best- conditions. I also penned
selling book includes the his- Florida Sportsman's book
tory of kingfish, angling tech- Redfish, which covers redfish-
niques and a book full of ing from Virginia to Texas,
information on how to rig equipment and angling tech-


niques. All otf th-ese books arc
for sale locally at Books Plus,
while the R.dfish and Kingfish
books are on sale at Chelsea
Marine, Atlantic Seafood, the
Amelia Angler, Amelia Bait &
Tackle and L:aders &
Sinkers.


OUTDOOR BRIEFS


NSFA meets
IThe Nastsat Sport Fishing Association
imeet', lIe second Wednesday of each month
il 7::t0 p.m and the fourth Wednesday at 7
)p i. alt thi Ten Acres Kraft Athletic Club.
MNltibership is open to the public. Call 261-
I91 I or visit www.fishnsfa.com for information
on thlti NSFA.

FWCsees pub iput
The F:lorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission wants to know what Floridians
think about providing more daylight-hunting
hours to alligator hunters. The public can com-
ment via an online survey.
The FWC is exploring the idea of additional
daylight-hunting hours for the state's recre-
atlional alligator hunting season, which runs
Aug l17 through Nov. I each year. Currently,
lc;gal hours for alligator hunting are from one


hour before sunset to one hour after sunrise.
"We've received input from the alligator
hunting community and are now looking for
input from anyone who is interested in this
issue," said I larry I)utton. iFWC alligator-man-
agement program coordinator.
People can provide input by going to
MyvVWC.com/Alliglaor. The' commission will
take this input into consideration when decid-
ing whether any change is warranted. Anyone
with additional questions regarding this issue
may call l)Dutton at (850) -18-3Y31.

Bassmastes meet
Nassau Bassmasters, associated with the
BASS National Federation and the Florida
BASS Federation, meets the third Thursday in
Yulee. Membership is ,opn to anyone at least
16 years old. Call Bob Schlag at (912) 729-2282
or Billy Kittrell at 225,0267 for information on
the Nassau Bassmasters.


Nassau Wildfe ManagementArea
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 Manage-
ment Area near Callahan. All users must pos-
sess a Nassau recreational use permit to hunt
on this area. Nassau WMA is a still-hunt-only
area, but hunters may use bird dogs during
the migratory bird and waterfowl hunting sea-
sons. For those willing to pay $385, Nassau
WMA provides hunting opportunities during
eight months of the year.
The general gun season is through Jan. 9,
2011; small game is from Jan. 10 through
March 6, 2011; spring turkey season 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, visit
MyFWC.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 not suffiicint to compete with
private hunting leases. Rather than have
WMAs drop out of the system, thI FWC offers
recreational use permits. Fees collected from
these permits supplement the coi.rnlnsation
for private land-owners, keeping their lands
open to public hunting. Except for hunting,
permit holders and their spouses or dlepejnd-
ent children may participate in other acivitie,
,n designated WMAs. Only permit holders
and one dependent child (under age 16) may
hunt. If spouses or more than one dependent
child (under age 16) wish to hunt, they must
purchase a recreational use permit.
Recreational use permits also include a man-
agement area permit when hunting public
lands not in the recreational use program.
E-mail information for this column to Beth
Jones. bjones@ffbneewu'sleader com.


HCITY ( .ntnuri,,,,,m 3B
tic Center ($5 deposit, refund-
able if returned within a year)
Exercise classes at Main
Beach park are Mondays and
Wednesday from 5 30-6 30
p m and Tuesdays and


Thursday from 7-8 a m Full
body toning, cardio, deep
stretching and abs with
instructor Beth Lapalch Cost
is $10 per class (city, $12 non-
city) Call (219) 363-9493. e-
mail blapaich@hotmail com or
visit www bethlapaich com


Peck Gym weight room is
open from 11 am to 7 p.m.
Monday through Fnday and
from 11 am to 4 pm
Saturday and Sundays. Cost
is S3 a day or $25 a month for
city residents (S30 non-city).
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
dietary analysis and food pro-
gram Call Jay at 277-7364
PADI open water scuba
certification is available.
Partacpants must provide
masks, snorkels, fins. booties
and weight belts. Fee is $250
(additional fee for check-out
dives). Register at Atlantic
Center Call Kathy Russell at
277-7350
Lap swim is from 6-9 a m
and noon to 3 p.m Monday
through Friday at Atlantc
Center Cost is $2 a day
Aqua 1 water aerobics is
from 10-10 55 a m weekdays
at the Atlantic Center pooc
Deep water aerobics aqua fit-
ness belts required) is
Mcndays. Wednesday and
Fndays from 11-11 55 a m
Cost is $50 per month (o-ty
residents) and $55 ( non-cty,
fo cr-e dass per day $60
,city residents; and $70 inrn,-


city) for two classes. or $5 for
one class $10 for two
Femandina Beach Scuba
Club meets at 6 p m the sec-
ond Fnday at the Atlantic Ave-
nue Recreation Center Call
Kathy Russell. 753-1143 or e-
mail krussell@fbfl org
Atlantic Center pool pub-
lic swim hours are from from
3-6 p m weekdays S2 and
from noon to 5 p m ,,'eek<-
ends ($3 MontrI.y Iool pass-
es are available
Coed e/ercse is from'
6 30-7.30 p m Tuescays a'-d
Thursday at ire M/LK Center
Fee is $2 per cass ci/, 53
n'ton-c-ty
Shstoca' Karate passes
f'- ages 6 an~ i," ~ '.s .c-
;c" Je-ry //ia 'sc ate forr-
3 30-4 30 p m ','co-da s ar,
W'/.eesca/s j re ecJ
Center aLiCtcn'- ee s.5 5-40
-'-.crthly 'c c-i resce-:ts '-45
'c, r.-cy, .-,'ccrc are
a ia -ae tthr-cgn :-.e -sr.-
to' ~e gr.er a ::e ar't
A e'.S.,e 'ec.reat.c' Ce-e
=acet, s ew.ta s ,-.c:jce


Peck Center (auditonum and
reception room). Martin Luther
King Jr Center (auditonum)
and Atlantic Center (audrton-
um and conference room)
The Ybor Alvarez softball
fields on Bailey Road (fields
one and two; may also be
rented Lights are available
All reservations must be made
at the Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center. 2500
Atlantic Ave Rental contract
damage deposit and rental
fee required
SBeach ,,'heecicairs can
De reserTed at the Atlantic
Center refundable $50
oepcsit required Two ,,/>eel-
chairs are a /aliable Call 277-
735'-
Cutdoo- pubic facl ty
resecrations can be mace at
:re At-antc Center D/r crr-
pet.ng a contract and pa/nr,
a re-fundable $50 darrage
oe.o.'t CGudoor pa i:ro's
a-'d !/a:n Beach Par, must be
reted
is: -t ,w' fe-and rnaceahn
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FERNANDINA BEACK TIDES

Tides, Sun & Moon: December 15-22, 2010
Moorset 147A H, h 3-22A 7.13' Moorse' 538A Law 21i5A 180*
d. Srrae 7.15 s Low 9:37A 2.89' Sun .r 71 H. 6 55a 8.22'
12/15 Moorrse I 17D 3-43P 6.73' 1 / Mcir;,c 4e"02 Lc- w '-4 2. 1 5'
-
S / S Srset S 26, Low 9-49 2.26' Srse 27, r 712D 7 20'

Mcrset 2242,4 H i 4-17A 7.33' Mcr'set i 3 LCw ;-4 58'
Thur. S.rrcse 716A Low 10-314A 276' MOn. Sr- -r 7 43 8506
12/16 Moorn I Sl 5 1 4+38 6 73' Mo/20 e 4 54 L"''- 50D :.92
1 esetr 5S26P Low 1037'= 14' Sr. t 2r' r",E 8-00 740'
Mocorset 339, Hgh 5:1lA 760' FLBMo". 315 Lw.9 5 3T
Fri. Srse 7 16.i Low 1il134 158' TUeS. Sa 7 30 872
SMcorre 2-28 High 532 683' r 5 -: ~ l35 72
SI /e Si S-27? Low I1:26z 1.99' IMc rrae 4t1 iz E 8.48 7.56'
Moorw 43A 6.04A 791 rs Lw 137' 122:
Sat. sm 717, Wed. M-se A 9-:s 85'
LOW I---- L ,I,.-k ,I 3T
Moorrat, 312P? : 15 rT se-s 5.29- Low 3:2C> 55'
12/18 sr.sts S lP 624 7.00 12/22 Moorn, 707D ~ i 938 7 8'
Tide calcuhation are for Amrna River, Frnandlna Beach. No corrections are necenary.
Sun & Moon *v'nts are awo calkcdted for Fwra.id m Beach, aklhouh actua l cLna may wary becars of kard msr.
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Display Advertising deadline for Wednesday is 3 pm. Friday
Classified Advertising deadline is 500 pm Monday.

NE WS Display Advertising deadline for Friday is 3 pm Tuesday
LEA Classified Advertising deadline is 50 pm. Wednesday.
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SOCCER TOURNEY ONJEKYLL


"lhb- Srcreaming I .agjle- IM ,X > r -eamr finished in second place at the Jekyll Island
;:v. ,Sot-r lutirrnaimnent Ih- 1. lh- Iliaes -or(-d numerous goals whikl playing in
the- fivi- ginni-s during thin. oni--dL;i tiurname-nl. The team advanced to the finals, losing
.,-6 in a n-;ar-t'mni--froin-tlwhind ,-ffort. Pictured, from left, are Tayler ((Vuinn, Flla
Sha;pirro, A\ndre(- .Xtkin%, JJaki- I altu-nier anid Coach Tom Faltemier.


The Manate.s I'ti soccer tram competed in a one-day Jekyll Island 3v3 soccer tourna-
ment I)Dec. 41 and brought home a third-place medal, which qualified the team to play
at nationals inside the Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney in late July. This was
the team's first tournament. Pictured, from left, are Coach Joey O'Quinn, Brayden
O'Quinn, Iryin ()Osgood, Brandan Ei, Austin Stuck and Coach Ricky Osgood.


TEA M NIR VA NA


SUBMITTED
Team Nirvana trains every saturday morning at Main Beach for the 26.2 with Donna
breast cancer awareness marathon in February. For information, call 415-9642.




Pirates avenge loss to Yulee

Th lIirats hbeat Yiuili 12- rcbIunIds, two assists, two four points, four rebounds,
:35 at iriianilina Hlich steals; Adrian Akins, seven two assists, five steals.
Middle School Monday, lpints, four rebounds, three "We played two good
avenging Yulc's win last assists; Jason (Ohlendorf, two games against two good
week. points, five rebounds, teams," FBMS Coach Raleigh
"W P)layed a good all- Hoth FBMS and Yulee col- Green said. "We are now
around (tanI ganl todah(y." lcted a pair of wins last focused on the county tourna-
FHMS Coach Raleigh ('i-crei wick. 'lihe Fernandina Beach ment this week and are look-
said. "'W knew what we need- Middle School boys basket- ing forward to the challenge
ed to do to get this win andi ball team edged Canmden that presents."
otur htoys exetIted the plan County 29-25. In Yulee Middle School's


very well. 'hce bvys' attention
is now squarely focused on
achieving tour No. I leamr
goal. winning the counLty
championship."
FIBMS (8-2 overall. 5-1 in
the county) hosts the county
semifinals Thursday and the
county championship ga me is
Friday night at 7:30 p.m. at
Hilliard.
Jacob Spence led EBMS
with 11 pints;three
rebounds and a pair of sitals.
Justin (oing. hadl nine pt ints.
four assist, three steals.
Calvin I ogan. eight pints.
Line rebounds, three, assiis
two -teals tour blocks. John
/ immeri ian. two piinis. I'iv,
rchouln s. two aI siss. ;s sven
steals, t wo bh Moses. lhrcce p ints. liv.


1 Aogan steered the Pirates
with 14 points, 12 rebounds,
three steals and two blocks.
Casey Walker hadl a point,
nine rebounds, two steals;
(Going, three points, three
assists, two steals; Akins, four
points, two assists, two steals;
Moses, two points, five
rebounds, a steal.
FBMS traveled to Hilliard
Thursday and won 41-34.
I.ogan had a double-dou-
ble with 11 points. 12 re-
bounds. eight steals and three
blocks. Zinlmmcrman scored
10 points to go along with
right ,lrbcunds, two assists
and flur steals; Walker, twoi
points, six rebounds. four
assi.sts. five steals. Going,
sevt'i points, fotur assists, two
steals. .onre rebound: Mses.


40-28 win over Fernandina
Beach Dec. 7, Centarius
Williams led Yulee with 14
points. Jamaal Benjamin
scored eight and Hunter
Gordon chipped in seven.
"A great win spurred by
the defense," YMS Coach
Ross Kindler said. "It was
nice to play well in front of all
the great fans that were there
to support the team."
Yulee defeated Callahan
43-29 Thursday to avenge a
one-point loss earlier in the
season. Williams had 21
points and Antonio Winbush
scored eight.
The team used a strong
second half to pull away in a
close battle." Kindler said.
Yulee is 4-5 on the season
and 3-2 in the county.


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Ke-gan ;orham,
(agee Kropff,
Sutton Kerlin,
Scotty RHienbark,
Zack Sjuggerud
and Noah
Beckham, from
left, prepare to
battle for the
First Coast surf-
ing championship
Saturday at the
Sadler Road
bx'ach access.
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GATOR BOWL

The University of Michigan will play Mullen, who was named head coach in
Mississippi State University in the Jan 1 December 2008. He finished his first season
Gator Bowl This will be the first meeting with a 5-7 overall record and the 2010 regular
between these two teams. season with an 8-4 record.
The Michigan Wolverines, the Big Ten rep- This will be the first appearance by Rich
resentative, finished their regular season with Rodriguez as the head football coach of the
an overall record of 7-5 This match-up will Michigan Wolverines This also marks the
mark Michigan's third appearance in the 40th bowl game in school history and it looks
Gator Bowl and its first since beating the to even its all-time bowl record (19-20) with
University of Mississippi in 1991. this appearance in the Gator Bowl.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs, the The 66th annual Gator Bowl will be played
Southeastern Conference representative, fin- Jan. 1 at 1:30 p.m. in Jacksonville at
ished their regular season with an overall EverBank Field and will be televised national-
record of 8-4 and ranked No. 21 in the AP poll ly on ESPN2. Tickets and Bowl information
and No. 22 in the USA Today coaches poll. are available online at www.gatorbowl cor
The Bulldogs will be making'their first appear- "Michigan and Mississippi State are truly
ance in the Gator Bowl. among the greatest of football traditions in the
The Mississippi State Bulldogs will be nation," said Gator Bowl chairman Stephen
making their first bowl appearance under Dan Tremel.

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Y.iee. FL 32097
(90p) 548-9302
4 11-24 12-01-08-15-2010
9487

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN


hficate(s) has fled add certif-
cate(s) fto a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) dnd year of sssu-
nce, the description of the
property and the names) in

low.
File Number 2010094-TD
Certificate Number 2997
Parcel Number: 00-00-31-
1800-0134-0061
Year of Issuance: 2008
Description of Property
BLOCK 134 N 1/2 OF LOT 6 IN
OR 1238/1353 CITY OF FONA
BEACH
Assessed To
ANDRE B BROWN
All of the above property is
located In Nassau County inn
the State of Florida
Unless such certificates)
shall be redeemed according
to law. the property described
n such certificate or certifi-
cates wil be sold to the High-
est Bidder at the MAIN EN-
IRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
76347 VETERANS WAY. YULEE.
FL on the 4th day of Jarnuary
2011. between the hours of
11 00 am. and 00 p.m. The
Clerk of Court sfice Polcy is
to hold the sale at 11 30 a.m
JOHN A CRAWFORD
NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
BY KAREN J.LOCKETT.
DEPUTY CLERK
I you are a peron with ds-
abhity who needs ary acconrm
modatlon r order to partic-
pate n thi proceedrg you
ae entit le at no cost to you
o the roiion of certb ass-
tance Please contact the
AIDA Coor~idnaur at (O4) 5d48-
4600 press Q at least 7 days
beflone you sched ed court
appeara ce or Immraeditey
pon recevr'ng this notif co-
hon at the time before the
sched ed appeaoace is less
thanT dbay r you a hearing
or voic ie roared cai 711
It 12-0l14-t5-22-2010
9404

P JUC AUCTION

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CNCUTI O
THE STATE OF FLROIDA. IN
AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY. RO sDA
GENERAL CI DIVON
CASE NO 09-CA-492
DIJN WORN A
AMELSA WALK COMMLRIOTY
DY ELOAIMENT C5-TIRCT a


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MENTS LLC a Nevo cada Lt-
ed la1<3il conrrOay 1CNS
FIRST NATIONAL BANK o
narond rbanrig sooo-
ther CLARY AND ASSOCI-
ATES INC a ornd corpora-

Defe ndants
NOTICE CF JLO.CIALSALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that pursuant to the Final
Judgment dated Jac ry 14
2010 and amended on No-
vember 23. 2010 pursuant to
the Cour s order resettmig the


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M.'ST i ILE A- LA-M THi 60
DAYS AFTER THE CSALE
aitej' t -.s 29th oaf t
t Nov erscer. 2010
1 Jc'r*I A_ RA! O CA IFo .
Clert of ro -> r Cour
R e /-/iArmadaStearn
Deputy Clerk
2f 12-0, I 15-d20 10
9506

IN THE CICUII COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
ANO FO NASSAU COUNTY.
FLOIOA
CAS NO 46-2009-CA-
00060I-AXXX-YX
THE BAPT OF NEW YORK MEL-
LON FAA THE BANK Of NEW
YORK AS TR'JSTEE FOR THE
CERTIFAItEHOLDERS CWALT
20106-CB.

GREGKO' EAVES et da
Deferndoan
RE-NOTICE OF FOa CLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Fr. Judgment
of Forecdoure dated July 27.
2010 and Order Reschedcing
Foreclosure Sale dated
November 30, 2010 and
entered an Case No 45-2009-
CA-000501-AXXX-YX of the
Circuit Court of the Fourth
Judcial Circut in and for NAS-
SAU Courty. THE BANK OF NEW
YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK
OF NEWYORK AS TRUSTEE FOR
THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS
CWALT 200534CB. Is Plaintiff
and GREGORY EAVES. MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS. INC. ACTING
SOLELY AS NOMINEE FOR
COUNTRYWDE HOME LOANS.
INC.. THE GORDON BANK:
AMELIA LANDINGS PROPERTY
OWNERS ASSOCIATION INC.;
SUNTRUST BANK are defen-
dants. I wi sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at
the WEST DOOR of the Court-
house: 191 Nassau Place.
Yulee.at l1:30a.m..on the 3rd
day of January. 2011. the fol-
lowing described property as
set forth in said Final Judg-
ment, to wit:
UNIT 9-F AMELIA LANDINGS
II. A BEACH AND RACQUET
CLUB RESORT ON AMELIA
ISLAND, A CONDOMINIUM:
TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVIDED
INTEREST IN THE COMMON ELE-
MENTS AS STATED IN THE DEC-
LARATION OF CONDOMINIUM
APPURTENANT THERETO AS
RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 407. AT PAGE
599. PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS-
SAU COUNTY. FLORIDA AND
AMENDMENTS THERETO
IMPORTANT: In accor-
dance with the American with
Dtsabiltes Act, i you area per-
* son with a dsabity who needs
any accommodation in order
to participate in this pro-
ceedng. you are entitled, at
no cost to you to the provi-
sion of certain assistance.
Pease contact the Court
Admrtnistrator at the NASSAU
COUNTY COURTHOUSE. YULEE,
FL 32097. Phone No 904-48-
4600 with 2 working days of
your receipt of this notice or
pleading
Dated this November 30.
2010
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By /s/ Anele Wilson
As Deputy Clerk
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 file a
claim within 60 days after the
sale.
Van Ness Law Frm. PA_
1239 E Newport Center
Drive. Suite #170
Deerfield Beach Rorida
33442
Phone (954) 571-031
Far/954) 571-2033
2112-08-15-2010
9507

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO 45-2009-CA-
001048
DIVISION
ROSE ACCEPTANCE INC
Panti(s)
vs
DOUGL.AS GREY CORBBT
A(K.'A DOUG G CORSiT et
d0
Deferdants)
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45
NOTCtE S GIVEN that pur-
suant to an Order or Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dahed NcvPembrr 2 2010 arnd
entered n Case No 45-2009-
CACoto 048 of the 4ih AJudia
Orcul rn ar-d for NASSAU
GoCant ROndas wreren ROSE
ACCEPTANCE INC ,s the
Ptsansr a-ad ctD.-GLAS GREY
CCO"iTT A. .A DOC .G COR-
BITT A/ UiANOWN SPOrSE
OF CkC 4LAS C-RE CcO.iTT
A K. A CO" G CCOSITT IF
.AffRED FA MANAGEMENT
SOLLT' O*S INC IUNIiNOkWN
TENANS, care the Oeterdoats
I ,ll seE to the hrierest and
best bodder for cosni a the
wes* door o' the Na"ssoa
Coaz-. Ajdoad Arre, 763-7


..etercars W,/ Yee V -srs o'
1! 3. am an 'oe 3' O32, a~'
Decermtber 1C thet4sc-wrng
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27 EAS' .ASSAU CC' ."'
FLOR'CA BE+ltG M'OE PAP -
TCiULARLY DESCRIBED AS Ct.-
LOWS FCOR A PON- Cf REFER-
ENCE CCA.AENCE A AN CtD
AXLE LCCATED IN "-E .MCST
SOCT'-ERlcv CORNER C. SEC-
T'IN M4AFORESACD *i-r-ECE
RUN ORHTH 4 DEGREES
4a "5'WST 5512 FEET 0 TO-HE
NORTrHERY RIGHT C V-AY LNE
OF A C6 FOOT COUNT~I RPAD
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Des', ipCt 9508

NOTICE OR APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
TNOTCE IS HEREBY GLAIE



Alle(s) for a oar eed to be
issuedthren The certificate
numbers) and year of
issuance the desemed ptiono
to I the property and tescribed(s)
in which t is casessed arertias
follows
File Number 2010 101 TD
Certs wificateNube sold to t736
Parcest Bidder 37-1 N25-
2990-0026-O500

















76347 VETERANS WAYEDYULEE
FLnhE Ith 1 Eday of Janury
Year oftssuanche 2008 o
Description of Property
LOT 26 IN OR 1505/743 POINT
SOUTH #4 PB 4/11 -112
Assessed to ad 2:00 p m The
TERRA MAR WASTE LAND
Ae of rthe above property is
located in Nossau County in
he State of Florida
Unless such certificates)
shaolloberedeemedaccording
to hold the property described











NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF
n such certiafie or cert ii-
















abity who needs ncy 2ccom-
caestionll be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX,
76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE.
FL on the vth day of erJanuary
2011 between the hours ot
14600 press 0am. and 200pm The
Clerkof Court 'sOffice Policy is















before your seeded court
to hold the sale immed1at.el















upon receiving this notifica-
tion if the time before the
schedued appearance is less
JOHN A. CRAWFORDP N
NASSAU COUNTY CLERK BO
COURT
BY: RHODA GOODWIN,
DEPUTY CLERK
h you are a person w thn cir-
ablity who needs any accom-
modation in ordered to pbertic-
pate In this proceedng you
are entitled. at no cost to you
to the provison of certificates-
tiance. Please contact the
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
4600 press 0. at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately
upon receiving this notifica-
tion if the time before the
schedh ed appearce is less
than 7 days: if you are hearing
or voice ipiredcall711.

9509

NOTICE OF APPCATION FORD
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Chat NASSAU COUNTY BOC










Parcel Nmber: 37-2N2B-
The holder of the folowhg cer
tificate(s) has flIed sad certitfli-
cate(s) for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon The certificate
numbers) and year of
issuance. the descrtion of
RAChpopert and the names)
sin which t assessed re as
follows e aoe oe











located in Naaeu Coanty. in
File Numbeh eii20 at0-098-
Certificate Number cer2039
Parcel Numbe o t37-2N-28-
S227W-WA-0000
Year of issuance 2008
Description a Propertyhe
TRACT A THE VILLAGE OF
MARSH LAKES #2 PB 6/97-98
Assessed To
K T FERNANDINA JOINTVEN-
TURE
A e of the above property is
located in Nasbsau county in
the State of ori2:00 p m da
Unless such r certificates)
stholbe redeemed at ccor g
to law, the property described
n such certificate or certifi-
cates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the MAIN

COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE.
ho of the 11the day befct Jaary
2011. between the hours ofi

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JOHN T CRAFT COURT FO
NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF


DEPUTY CLERK
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abFity who 1eeds c ccoP-16
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intent of tis voch is to pre-
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(a) Crntera Contractors
shall be lFe-qualtf ed by a
board or 9e bai of e tol-
Iowmng cirt'ca and such other
crteralo a thye board may
adopt c c
tI Ptaoo- ahe contracIor

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to- to -pevrre Ite workk with-
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cant has finarcal resources
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damaged n case of default


as shown by written verifica-he
tion of bonding cap acty
equal to or exceeding the

amount of any project for



which the contractor seeks
pre-qudication. The written
verfication must be submitted
by a licensed surety company
rated excellent ('A-' or bet-
ter) in the current A.M. Best
Guide and quapoied to do
busirss wvidin the state. alithe
absence of such written veri-
fication. the board mcy require
the applicant to submit any
audited financial information
necessary to evdaluate an
applicant s fincnciad ability to
perform the project and to
respond to damages in the
event of defctlt.
3. Evidence of experience
within suction techniques
tade stancrds qudi thork-
manshpm proy t 'secd fing
cost control, management of
projects, and buildng codes
for similar or less cost or scope
projects as shown by the suc-
cessfit completion within the


size.
d. Evidence of satisfactory
resolution of cliren filed by or
against the contractor assert-
ed on projects of the same or
similar ssze within the five (5)
yeas pecedng the submi s-
sion of the application. Any
claim against a contractor
shall be deemed to have
been satisfactority resolved if
finaudgment fis rendered in
favor of the contractor or any
ind judgment rendered
agadnt the contractor is sats-
fled within ninety (90) days of
the date the judgment be-
comes find.
5. Type of work for which
the contractor is licensed
Evidence of timely comple-
twon of projects of sirrir scope
and sie include any liqul-
dated damages that may
have been or could have
been assessed on these proj-
ects.
The School Board of Ns-
sau County is clney g for pro-
posds for PRE-QUAUFYING OF
GENERAL CONTRACTORS for
the purpose of bidding on
construction projects in Nas-
sau Courty tim cod
Projec r
Location In dee Middlie
School. 85439 Miner Road.
Yulee. FL 32097
Project N orbec 9871-221
Project Descipti (6)
Thdde School ClBoaroom
Addthron
Estimated Constructionn Cost:

S1,50 000.00


Nsau County Florida Dstrict.
86334 Goodbre9 e Road.
Yulee FRonL 32097 terested

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PAMGRO- a
IN THE CCT COURT .
FOURTH JULDCAL CIaOLIN-
AND FOR WASAU COUNTY.
FLODaIDA
CASE NO SO-CA-2
sNOCME BA-W. Ce fia
Corraun tBakr and Trust
Corpary Cunay xcor ein.
rlereur though rimwe
crie and lbymerger th
Fti Coast( CorrLrN ac. IN

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GEORGEE THOMPSON
DEVELOPMENTS. LNC..

PALM GARlDENS HOMEOW
ERS ASSOCIATIOT aINC a
Poanda Tn-proNa corp tno
tiac GEORGE E.THOMPSON
an idvEckSol, ad MARY E.
THOMPSON a/ka MARY EEZ-
ABETH THOMPSON an indE-

Deendanti
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby Oveni that.
pursuant to a umm ary fitn
dgmWtof forecosure in the
obove-captloned action. I wl
sell the property situated In
Nassau County, Florida de-
scribed as follows:
First Mortgaged Property.
PARCEL ONE
ALL THAT CERTAIN PEACE OR
PARCEL OF LAND, LYING IN
AND BEING A PORTION OF THE
SOUTHWEST ONE-QUARTER OF
THE NORTHWEST ONE-QUAR-
SER OF SECTION 32 TOWNSHIP
2 NORTH. RANGE 28 EASNAS-
SAU COUNTY FLORIDA. SAID
PORTION BEING MORE PAR-
TICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS:
COMMENCE AT A CON-
CRETE MONUMENT COMMON
TO SECTIONS 29, 30 31, AND
32 ALL IN TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH.
RANGE 28 EAST; THENCE
NORTH 8944'05' EAST ALONG
THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SEC-
TION 32 A DISTANCE OF
1329.07 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
0005-01-WESTA DISTANCE OF
1364.32 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT AND THE POINT
OF BEGINNING; THENCE SOUTH
00'06'41 WEST. ALONG THE
WESTERLY EDGE OF HATTON
ROAD (A GRADED COUNTY
MAINTAINED ROAD), A-IS-
TANCE OF 972.04 FEET TO AN
IRON ROD.& CAP (PLS 1558)
AND THE NORTHEAST CORNER
OF LANDS DESCRIBED IN OFFI-
CIAL RECORDS BOOK 517.
PAGE 1081 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID NASSAU
COUNTY; THENCE SOUTH
89*11'09' WEST, ALONG THE
NORTH LINE OF SAID LANDS. A
DISTANCE OF 295.27 FEET TO
AN IRON ROD & CAP (PLS
1558); THENCE SOUTH
00*42'37" EAST, ALONG THE
WEST LINE OF SAID LANDS, A
DISTANCE OF 294.93 FEETTOA
FOUND IRON ROD & CAP (PLS
1558) AND THE NORTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF HEN-
DRICKS ROAD (A 60-FOOT
RIGHT OF WAY);THENCE SOUTH
89*'1059" WEST. ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LUNE A DISTANCE OF 1018.26
FEET TO A FOUND 1/2' IRON
PIPE AND THE WEST UNE OF
SAID SECTION 32 THENCE
NORTH 01'02'59-WESTALONG
SAID WEST LINE, A DISTANCE
OF 1285.96 FEET TO A FOUND
CONCRETE MONUMENT;
THENCE SOUTH. 89'9'd6' EAST.
A DISTANCE OF 1335.19 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
SAID PARCEL IS ALSO
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: ALL
THAT CERTAIN PIECE OR PAR-
CEL OF LAND SITUATED, LYING
AND BEING INTHE COUNII Y OF
NASSAU AND STATE OF FLORI-
DA AND FURTHER DESCRIBED
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
557. PAGE 653. LESS AND
EXCEPT OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 517. PAGE 1081, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
COUNTY. FLORDA.
ABOVE DESCRIBED IS NOW
KNOWN AS CYPRESS PALM
GARDENS. ACCORDING TO
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 6. PAGES 280-
282 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF NASSAU COUNY,. FLOREA.
LESS AND EXCEPT FROM
THE FOREGOING: LOT 1 OF
CYPRESS PALM GARDENS,.
ACCC0INGTOPLATTHEREOF
AS RECORDED N PLAT BOOK
6. PAGES 280-282 OF THE PU6-
UC RECORDS OF NASSAU
COUNTY. FLORCA.
Together with d rights-t-
wyr streets. deys.paoage#.
rnpanr and Itttoral rights.
waterss water courses sewer
nhts, heroes. prraeges ter-
emers hereditarneris. ease-
ments and appurtenances
thereu-to belonging or in ay-
way oppertairing. whether
now or owned or hereafter
acqured (ickuxna with.
si-reaor ai rIgh of George E
T'orrpsrn De9espmrrits. l-c
as ~Dckara under hat cer-
tar CDeckaotacn o Covenatre
Rehstnact anid Easements fr
Cress Pan Gardens record-
ed n OIod Records Book
1027 oopes 1137. et sea. oa
the pr*:c records of PNaau
Court. Ronda) and nckd-
rg 01 ngits oa ngeas and
egress to oard from said edal
p~cope.' and di aoe-urng
properY (t-nefter such ngrrs


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arSe) *o-e wit t te revw-
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Da%.V C-.JN TY OF NASSAU
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Bi '.G THERE R DESCRIBED
ACCC rr -, O THE OCF CIAL
MAA C0' PJA4 OC SAO CrY/ (AS
UT1r'OGr-APIED AND ISSUED
B'7 THE FLOQIDA RAIROAD
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CrY CF FERA'icdrA. BEAC-
(FOM-MERZY NAMED FE wAN-
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AND STATE OF FLORIDA Al
BEING FURTHER DESCRIBED
ACCCQDvi TI ThOF CFrIAL
MAP OR PLATF SAE CITY (AS
UTHOGRAP-*D AND ISSUED
BY THE FLORICA RA.ROAD
COMPANY IN 1857 AND
NILARGED.REVISED AND RES-
SUED BY THE FLORIDA TCr
IMPROVEMENT COMPw' IN
1887 AP 1901) A.S
LOTS 10. 136 AND AIN

PARCEL TWO-E
ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT
PECE OR FARCa.EOF LAt VSr-
LUAE. LYONG AND BEIOG IN THE
CITY CF FERNANDINA BEACH

DINA). COUNTY OF NASSAU
ANO STATE OF RORIDA AND
BEING FURTHER DESCRIBED
ACCORDING TO THE OFFICIAL
MAP OR PLAT OF SAD CITY (AS
UTHOGRAPHED AND ISSUED
BY THE FLORIDA RAILROAD
COMPANY IN 1857 AND
ENLARGED. REVVED AND REIS-
SUED BY THE FLORIDA TOWN
IMPROVEMENT COMPANY IN
1887 AND 1901)AS.
THE SOUTH ONE-HALF OF
LOTS 106 1N D 14 I6
PARCEL TWO-E
NORTH 50 FEET OF SUBDIVM-
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FE FNANDINA.ACCORDI BEANGTO
THE OFFICIAL MAP OF THE CITY
(AS LIT NOGRAPHED ANDA
ISSUED BY THE FLORIDA RAIL-
NA).D COUNTY IN 1857 ANDS
ENLARGED. REVISED AND REIS-
SUED BY THE FLORIDA TOWN
IMPROVEMENT COMPANY IN
1887 AND 1901).
at public sale. in the presence
Of the PD iff to the highest
and best bidder for cash fat
the front entrance of the
NaEANConty. ACCORDING TOex
76347 VeteransL MWayP Oulee.
orida, on January 7 AND2010. at

terms of the Summary Final
Judgment of Foredclosure and
in accordance with Section
45.031, Florida Statutes. Any
person csaiming an interest in
the supls from the sale.if heta
othertha theiproperty owner
as of the date of the is pen-
dens n stJ iea claim wi2thn 60.
days after the Sume.
Americcan with Disabilities
Act (ADA)
If you cre a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate inthisproceecing,
you are entitled, at no cost to
youth to the provision of certn
assistance. Please contact the
ADA Coordnator at (904)548-
4600 press 0, at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately
upon receiving this notifica-
tion if the time before the
scheduled appearance is less
yoan7 days; if you are hearing
or voice impaired, call 711.
Phone (904)548-4909
Fax (904) 5d8-4949
TTD/TTY Dida 711
E-Md calewisnas-
saucler kcom
Dated this 2 day of
December 2010
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Amanda Stearn
Deputy Clerk
FRED D. FRANKLIN. JR..
ESQUli
ROGERS TOWERS. PA.
1301 Riverplace Blvd. Suite
1500
Jocsonvile, Florida 32207
(904)398-3911
Attorneys for Plaintff
2t 12-08-15-2010
9520

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CML ACTION
CASE NO. 4-2010-CA-
000067-AXXX-YX
RESMAE MORTGAGE COR-
PORATION.

vs.
SCOTT ALLEN SMITH MARCE
SMITH UNKNOWN PERSONS)
IN POSSESSION OF THE SUB-
JECT PROPERTY:
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a F d Judgment
of Foreclosure dated Novem-
ber 30. 2010 and entered in
Case No. 45- 2010-CA-000067-
AXXX-YX of the rcut Court of
the 4th Judcd Cract n ard
for NASSAU County. Forida
where RESMAE MORTGAGE
CORPORATION d Pldtifw ard
SCOTT ALLEN SMITH MARCJE
SMITH UNKNOWN PERSONS)
N P SESSON OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY, are def rant. I
,,' sel to te highest and best
bidder for caBh at NASSA.U
COUNTY JUDICIAL AP'EXY
MAJN ENTRANCE. 7637 VET-
ERANS WAY YULEE IN tLASSAU
COUNTY. FLORA cat 30
am. on the 3Cth day of
Decerrbe 2010 Te fokc,,r',
deristed rlacerl f a f~h
nar osd Rodl ajTre to +
FART OyFS LD '/4AGE
AS RECCRCED PL/-? F C O-
5 PAGES 28 DC 29 Of THE
PJBUC E--.CCA OCf IAS& J. J
COUNTY iCDA BEI.NS
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SCORED AS rOL:-.WS CO--
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BLOCK 4 OF SAC Si-EFF'.D
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IN THE CICUIT COURi OF THE
4h JUDICIAL CIaCUlI Of


Case Ia ?29-CA-O0DD O
DrIlsloni A
Deutsche Bark Naeors ins t
Cormaarr' as trustee ain t
Ceardicdelolid U ror
Amero n ol 1exig-e -

Backed Pass Through
CerTiscale Series R6 .-
Plartr i
vse
Fredeick R _Rouse Qalka Fred
Rouse. Jr ado Verus S Rouse
Hus band and V fe.
Defi end2 a(s)
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursxxl to an O der reStored.
uang foredosute ale dclted
November3Q 2010 entered i
CMa Ci o No 2009CA.OO505
of the Circut Court of Ithe dh
Judicial Circut in and lot
Nasscau Counl-y Rorida where-
in Deutsche Bank Naional
Trust Company. as Trustee n
trust for the benefit o the
Certficateholders for Amen-
Scest Mortgage Secur00es Trust
2005-k5 AssetIBocked PUas-
Through Certificates, Series
2005-RS Plantiff and Fredenck
R. Rouse a/k/a Fred Rouse, Jr
and Venus S. Roue.Husba
and Wfe are defendantss. I
wi sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash AT THE MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS
WAYp YULEE FLORIDA. 32097 AT
11:30 A.M.. January 3. 2011.
the following described prop-
erty as set forth in sad Fino
Judgment, to- wit h
LOT 84, SUNOWA SPRINGS,
ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOFE
AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
T PAGES 75 AND 76, OF THE
PUBUC RECORDS OF NASSAU
AN0 PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE IF ANY. OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH 69
DAYSAFTER SALE.
DATED at Fernand7na
Beach, RYEoda this 30th day of
November. 2010.
John A. Crawford
CLERKSOF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
Nassau County, Ronda
By /s/ Arielle Wilson
Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:

4630 Woodland Corporate
Blvd.
Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33614
(813)880-8888
2t 12-08-15-2010
9516
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that ALUMNI PARTNERS II .LL
The holder of the fonanng cer-
tificate(s) has filed sald certifi-
cate(s) for a tas deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year of issu-
ance, the description of the
property and the narre(s) in
which it is assessed are as fol-
lows:
File Number 2010096-TD
Cerificate Number 2486
Parcel Number d45-3N-28-
121L-006-0000
Year of Iss.a-ince 2008
Description of Propey
LOT 6 LANCEFORD PB 6/356
Assessed To
BLACKROCK DEVELOPMENT
LLC
Al of the above property is
located in NWoola Corrty en
the State of Rorida
Uarless such certicate(s) shIall
be redeemed according to
Iow, the property described an
sch certiate or cer1f1ate
iTh be sold to the Highestr
kehr at the MAip ENTRANCo
OF THE NASSAU COUNT' JUDIl-
CIAL ANNTC 76347 V/ET-pEAS
WAproperty FL o the 11th d) in
whif i rry 2011 betwssed een the
hoYears of 11 00 am ad 2
p The Cip er of CroJerty.
Polacy is to I-old the ode at
JLOT A CRANE ORD
.1ASS- U COL.NTY CLERK OF
COURT
DBACKROCEPTYK DEOPME
Al of are aboerso pw r
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Iance. Please contactth e
ADA Coordnator at (904)548-
4600 press 0 at least 7 days
before you scheduled court
appearance or immediately
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tl 12-08-15-22-29-2010
9511

IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS
PROBATE DIVISION
CANTON COUNTY. OHIO
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOP-
TION OF Ethan D Sweda
CASE NO. 20105015
To Thomas PSweda, whose
usual place of residence is
unknown and cannot with
reasonable diligence be
ascertoned You are hereby
notified that a Petition or
Adoption of Ethan Daniel
DeWx, e Hunt has been filed
in the Crt of Comrron Pleas
Probote Dr/ion ClAnton Coun-
ty OA-ho 5Cae NO 20105015
at ira I er,g or sdd Petition
wll be tryl beAfare jd Court
jat Wlrruaqton OCio, on the
161h day of Fetirx y. 2011, at
9 o clock air. laice herby
giver that If you (l to file an
arnmwer or cbrctiron aorth ttf
Court v or, Bfore rtc above
dote Or other ims'- fai to op.
pear at said tearrig, you *wilM
be "Jerrred to ,avie ( foreer
al pareril ngrihts to the care
custody welfare or visitation
with th, above narrIed chid
G Aflen Gamo Judge
Jouacl.e Deeeese
154 S Sout Street
VArr.rjton. OH A51 77
937-366-624A
3t 12-15-22-29-2010
9533
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GP/EN
ttd t ALUMNI PARTNERS 11 UC
The t-3kder of tfhe 6iowring c-
trfcate coae':) for a tar deed to be
sued ttseeore The certificate
rrnb a-ce tte cde:car'pter of tte
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURt Of THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO 45-2009-CA-
000706
DIVISION
sAVC'i MtsI,'rGA&L SE-
'I.'ES INC
Pla"ntft

AM'.h i BF' .IHE '., et.~

,fC E *4:F SALE -.sI AiNT
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51 SECONDS EAST, 97.99 FEET:
THENCE SOUTH 84 DEGREES 59
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DEGREES 35 MINUTES 56 SEC-
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136 84 FEET. THENCE SOUTH 70
DEGREES 43 MINUTES 16 SEC-
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THENCE SOUTH 58 DEGREES 15
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105.05 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 44
DEGREES 15 MINUTES 00 SEC-
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THENCE SOUTH 66 DEGREES 25
MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST,
120,00FEET: THENCE SOUTH 48
DEGREES 12 MINUTES 20 SEC-
ONDS EAST. 111.91 FEET:
THENCE SOUTH O DEGREES 52
MINUTES 29 SECONDS WEST.
50 00 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING: THENCE CONTIN-
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Sbe-r. 2010
Jotn- A Cr(:awford
Clerk f the Circut Court
Nassau County Florida
ByT s/ Heather NaNworth
Deputy Clerk
AJberteil Low
Attorney for Plaintiff
PO. Box 23028
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(813) 221-4743
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Court Adinistration at (904)
630-2564, within two (2) work-
Ing days upon receipt of this
notice; iTyou ore hearing or
voice impaired, call 1 -800-955-
8771. To file response please
contact ass County Clerk
Clerk of the Circmat Count























of Court 76347 Veteranids Way,
Yulee. FL 32097, Tel. (904) 548-
(4600 x1569; Fax: (904) 327-
5795.
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9524

BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
INVITATION TO BID (17B)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
you are enled at no cost to





















that the Board of Coerty
Commtssionersratio at ss)a
630-2564 within two (2) wotk-



















County Florida invites sealed
Ylee. FL 32097. Tel. (904) 548c
4600 x 15A9: Fax; (904) 327-












bids for:
SOUTH AMELIA ISLAND
SHORE STABILIZATION
PROJECT
2 1 NC 1 10-04
PROJECT SUMMARY
The beach restoration proj
ect work shall, in general, in-
dude the following de-scribed
construction: The hydraulic
dredging of approximately
two (2) million cubic yards o
beach-quality sand i rom a
permitted borrowed locationfo
upon the ebb tidal shoal of




shwoeline at dla In and Flori-

restoration a appicabThe hydrenvulic-
ronmental monitoring; safety
and security(2) measillion cureb ypermitds o
compliance:fih-qualing and finrom a
graaing to the requirements
Indicated In the Contract
Drawings and Specifications
For detailed Information
regarding the bid due date
and bid requirements for this
RIB. please visit the Nassau
County's website at http://
www.nassaucountyfl and.c he por
contact the Contract Man-
southern AAtlatO OceU nront
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491-7377 Bdoraton nformatpplcobl is also
available at httllng ad p://www
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WALTER J BOATR GHT
CHAIRMAN
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
ATTEST:
JOHN A. CRAWFORD


t 12-15-2010 9538

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CML ACTION
CASE NO. 4S-2010-CA-
000280
DIVISION:
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
OF THE INDYMAC INDX
MORTGAGE TRUST 2006-AR4.
MORTGAGE PASS-THROJGH
CERTIFICATES SERIES 2006-
AR4 UNDER THE POOUNG
AND SERVICING AGREEMENT
DATED MARCH 1 2006.
Plantiff.
'vs
MARY R MACEY et d
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
PFrsuant to a Fad Judgment
of Foreclosure dated Decem-
ber 7. 2010 and entered in
Case No 45-)210-CA-(X280
of the Crrcurt Court of the
Fourth Judcid Crcut and
for Nassau Count Ponda n
w-tch Deutsche Bark Nclorod
Trust Compoan c' Trustee of
the ndvMac INDX Mortgage
Trust 2006-AR4 Mortgage PaR-
Through Certificates Seress


2006-AR4 under the Poing
anrd Ser.ing Agreement
oated March : 2006 is tme
Plantilt and Mary 9 'Mace',
Caorrel wnnd C.rporation.
Inc Rora Parke Hcrreoxwrs
Assocatlon rc are Odeen-
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ard beat bti"er o cct rn an
11 30 a nat the tS entrance
of the cid al Arrni asia
Count Florida at on the i- th
day3 of or'ur 20' 1 'he toi-
iowng descnbed property as
set foth rn sad FinrdAgrrert
of Foreckosure
LOT 20 FLORA Cs5AK Niff
THREE AS PER PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN DPLA B OK 6
PAGES 402 403 104 05 406
AND 407 OF THE CURRENT
PUBlUC RECORDS OF NASSAU
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file at the office of the Ex-
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(ltDD) at loa15seventy-twoa
to thecons.ieratlon otShe res-
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record of the proceedng may
be needed and in such o on
event, such person may need
to enste hat a verbatim
record of the pubc hearing is
hmadei wch record includes
the testimony aod evidence
on which the appe is to be
based. In accordance with
the Americas with Disablities
Act persons needing a spe-
cial accommodation or an
intecpreter to participate n this
proceeding should contact
the Ofice Cof e E-Oicio
Clerk at (904) 548-4660 or
Florid Relay Servce at 1-8005-
955-8770(v) or 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) at least seventy-two
hours In advance to request






NASSAU COUNY NT FL
WALTER J. BQATRIGHT
Chdrman
ATTEST.
JOHN A CRAWFLORD
E-OFICIO CLERK
41t 12-15-22-29-2010 01- m-
CASE NO.2011
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CVL ACTION
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Picantiff
U.SANITA A NATLLENAL ASdCI-
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NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF











THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY
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vs.
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UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
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KNOWN SPOUSE OF JUDY A.
GREENWOOD; MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
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NOTICE OF SALE
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Jo ce is hereby gvenaot.
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Judgment of Forec12-15re e2010















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sell the property situated in
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scribed as:
LOT FOURTEEN (14). LAKE-
WOOD,CIVIL DIVISIONUR IVAC-
CASE NO. 45-2009-CA-
000909














HSC MORTGAGORDING TO THE PLAT THERE-
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OJAMES PAUL GREENBWOODK
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF












SAND 26, OF THEJAMES PAUL GREENUBOOD
RECORDS OF NASSAU COWOODUN-
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at public sale, to the highest
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and best bidder, AS NOMINEEr cash at
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11:30 AM, on there 12th day of
uay.nt to a Fin Summry
Judgment o Fcloairne en-
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case. in a otherithan the of
NASSAU County, Florida. I will










sell e property situhe dated in
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claim within 60 dacs after the
WOOD, UNsT FOIJR I AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THERE-
OF FILED IN PLAT BOOK 5, FlGE
245. AND 246, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORhn Of NASSAU COUN-
TY. FLORIDA.
at plfc de to the highest
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dom witin 60 days after the
sae.
Jom A. Crawford

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Deputy Clerk
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Mortgage-Bocked Pass-
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dant(s) I .l se to the highest
and best dde r ot cash AT
THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE
NASSAJ COUNTY JUDICIAL
ANNEX LOCATED AT 76347 VET-
ERANS WAY YULEE. FLORIDA.
32097 AT 11:30 AM. on Janu-
ary 11. 2011. the following de-
scrinbed property as set forth
in said Find Judgment. to-wit,
LOT 10, BLOCK 8, WOOD-
LAND ESTATES UNIT TWO. AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THERE- ,
OF AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 4. PAGES 46,47 AND 48,
OF THE PUBUC RECORDS OF
NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE IF ANY OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
Nassau County, Florida
/s/ HEATHER NAZWORTH
DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
4630 Woodand Corporate
Blvd. Suite 100
Tampa FL 33614
21 12-15-22-2010
9528

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that ALUMNI PARTNERS II LLC
The holder of the flowing cer-
tificate(s) has filed said certifi-
cate(s) for a tax deed to be
issued thereon The certificate
numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of
the property and the name(s)
in which it is assessed are as
follows
File Number: 2010-104-TD
Certificate Nmnber: 580
Parcel Number 04-1N-25-
276C-0028-0000
Year of Issuance 2008
Description of Property: LOT
28 SEC 5-1N-25 IN OR
923/594 WHCO10635GAA &
WHCO10635GAB AMENDED
CUSHING CREEK ESTATES PB
6/92-94
Assessed To. KINDELL PARKER.
CASSUNDRA PARKER
All of the above property is
located in Nassau County. in
the State of Florida.
Unless such certificates)
shd be redeemed occorng
to lathe property described
in such certificate or certifi-
cates wdi be sold to the High-
est Bidder at the MAIN EN-
TRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX,
76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE,
FL on the 18th day of January
2011, between the hours of
11 00 a.m and 200 p.m. The
Clerk of Court s Office Poicy is
to hold the sae at 11 30 a-m.
JOHN CRAW/FORD
NASSAUJ CO JITY CLERK Of
COURT
BY. RHCOA SOr''iN.
DEPUTY CLERK
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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THE STATE Of RFORIDA IN AND
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The Florida House -just in timefor Christmas


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i:ik'-:..r~s, hared- ' h-'r dr "I
If' ju lik<- Chri'trmaa ,", ai'l!
the- **xliti-r l'nt d and -xpl- ta 'io.
-v why would anyone take on 'hef
tr-ririn.u c(hall--nge of( taking on a
152-ye:ar-old property that certairil.
wa.i showing its agef Erni'
Saltrnar-h is quick to -hare that heI
and hi, family love Amelia Iland and
were concerned when they found out
that the prope-rty was clki-d aind
falling into to disrepair. Saltfrarh


water pi.pe bAjr, a
'the. p floor, -
Oickie ing water -ca;adi.:g
Anderson through the build-
ing. PersitencU-
paid off and the Saltmarsh team wa..
able to stay on sc(eduk-. IMarshall
and rnily worked hard to get every
inch ready for the opening on Dc. I
Thne family continues to have people
thank them and share stories of won-
derful and sometimes unique event-.


Or arn 4 the Ar-e.a isard Musetr oft Hstos-y is otervng a special
yogram aoa j thea eary P stCry ot jf% FI-rda Hicse.. rcijdrng nforcmatioE
aboui Dav)l YLe ti e Cv W.Va: and c1se Marti The program wii start at
6 p m The cost s S 0 ro members. S20 for nonr-embers After the pro-
gram at the museum the FkTo-da House wil offer a tour, corrprnentary
wne and hos I .oetres
Fo ro fe ron'rmatan contact te musetum at 271-7378 or wwwamelia-
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lutionary Jos, FMarti The inn was a


.arl-r dCe'-:i'.nation for northerner.
vn ;' ck. d :-o the -Newport of the
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Car.,~e ~g adc their pre-tigiou
guc-t. includingg the Rocxkeueliers.
Gould- and Morgans would travel
f-o::i Cumrberla.nd Island to enjoy tihe
inn-' fanmd hospitality and celebrat-
ed Sunday supper-. In the old days it
wa-' said that the Carnegies -..tayed at
the Florida Hou' Inn. played at the
'Palice Sailoon and prayed at St
Peter's Episcopal Church'


\V..rr ; -< p'c-.,-d with the won-
duter !u. A-.i!;, A.Al"O iintv everyone has
u:iered \\e h.'e alj-ady hoketd
-,e-r;'l ',vn'tiil ir'luding w-ddings.'
i>am.arsh shared
Fourida House Inn offers 16
r'omns for overnight accommoda-
rions and special packaging for wed-
dings -and groups The .Mermaid bar
p> pe-n to the public. The restaurant
w;l: open at a later date.
4,) welcome back one of
Fernandina's grand old ladies.
admire her facelift and make a New
Year> Itoats to many more years of
her offering her fainous hospitality.
For more information or to make
rt-ser\vations cdal 451-3722 or St10.K2S-
3301 or go to
ww\v. floridahou-sinn con.
lhck' .4nderson uelcuomes our
opmments. iooks art aailabhe at
local book and gir stores or online at
i'uuw dickieandirsrxn. opm.
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Cookie tour
Theresa Hamilton, proprietor of the Fairbanks House,
and Gil Langley, president and CEO of the Amelia Island
Convention and Visitors Bureau, enjoy the 2010 Holiday
Cookie Tour last month. Langley, costumed in support of
the Nassau Humane Society and Cats Angels, served
homemade peppermint brownies and milk to guests at a
t table in the pool area of the home. Proceqds,from the
event supported the two animal rescue agencies.



Giftofreading
Dr. Diva Nagula, medical director of Southeast Spine
& Rehabilitation in Fernandina Beach, donated $2,500
to the Nassau County School Board to fund special diag-
nostic reading programs.
"Stidents
who enter high
school with poor
literary skills
face long odds
against graduat-
ing and going on
to post-second-
ary education or
satisfying
careers," said
l)r. John Ruis,
Nassau County
School districtt
Superintendent,
above left with
Nagula.
"Reading is at
the core of all learn- sIBMrrrED
ing and it is para-
mount to both teach and deliver the best that modern
education has to offer in the realm of early-childhood
reading."
The donation will help the school district purchase the
latest diagnostic-based professional reading training
tools and programs available to help students who need
assistance with reading skills. Teaching reading is a com-
plex activity and the costs of these spedal reading pro-
grams are not covered under the school system's budget.


Tri Delta honor
Ruth Holland, 95 years old, seated, was honored by
Delta Delta Delta at their annual Founder's Day
Luncheon in Jacksonville at Deercreek Country Club on
Saturday, Nov. 13. Holland. a graduate of universityy of
Pittsburg, has been a Tri Delta for 75 years. Also hon-
ored, and pictured with Holland, standing at left, was
Bea Osbon, graduate of William and Mary, for 50 years
of membership. Pictured with the honorees are Susan
Parry, Diane McGee and Nancie Waldron, all of
Fernandina Beach.


BEIH JONti/NIWeb-LtAUiE
Cub Scouts tour the Nems-Leader
News-Leader Publisher Foy Maloy, above right with Cub Scouts from Tiger Den 1, Pack 549, Yulee, and their
leader Larry Dengler Dec. 2 following a tour of the newspaper. The boys enjoyed sporting News-Leader caps given
to them by Maloy following the tour.


Giving thanks
Savannah Grand held its "Giving Thanks Event" Nov. 22, presenting 13 large food baskets to Micah's Place for
Thanksgiving. Special thanks go to the Ambassadors of Savannah Grand for sponsoring the food drive. Generous
donations were made by Jill Underwood, multi media account specialist, Florida Times-Union; Max Bryan, man-
ager of Food lion Amelia Island; Nassau County Home Educators, led by Teresa Taylor and Debbie Hopper with
student and family support; Senior Home Care, Home Health Agency; Community Hospice Rainbow Team;
Concerned Citizens of Hilliard; and all Savannah Grand residents and their families. Resident Council Chairman
Hilda Herman and Co-Chairman Ruth Holland presented the collection to Shandra Riffey, executive director of
Micah's Place.


Galleryopening
Osprey Village and
the Plantation
Artists' Guild &
Gallery hosted a suc-
cessful gallery open-
ing to promote the
gallery's new art col-
lection on Nov. 19.
Guests were served
gourmet fxxld and
wine provided by
Osprey Village and
also had an opportu-
nity to meet the
artists. The event
resulted in a record-
breaking number of
sales for the gallery,
and is one of three
opening events held
each year.
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Nass oor county Animal
anervices located offd IA
across from Target, beside
wthe )MV Or call Carol at 491
7440.
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program that debuts this holi-

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Families can adopt" an
anonymous senior, gifting
them with what hey need
most. Contributions may pro-
vide lif-sustaining trips fhor
kidney dialysis, nutritional
needs through Meals-on-
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givers, activities in one of
CnA's senior centers, or even
adult daycare.
most. Cont b tions may d-at
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'l' Wisior ene at Cats
Angels.709 S. Eighth St., is
tip and loaded with wish cards
from its kitties, There's a wide
array of wishes this year from
cat food to spay/neuters, cat
toysand anadoptions. Please
stop by and make a wish a
coit pctrue.l he Cats Angels
or carift Store is open Monday
through Saturday, 11 a.m.-5
p.m. Take i look at the bar-
Angels. 709 S. Eighth St.. is










gains in the Christmas Shop
on seasonal decorations and
gift items. Cas Angels is an
50Ac3 charity.

hrstmas Anges
Ike an angel for an ageless
one. Quality Health of
Fernandina lHeach is looking
for "angels" to help provide a
happy Christmas for its resi-
dents Contact the activities
department for an "angel
assignnK'nt" or for more infor-
mation at 261-0771.

Senior Angel Tree
As you begin thinking of
how you will give back this
holkiay sea-on, pk'ase consid-
er sponsoring a low-income
senior citizen for Christmnas.
Purchasing. a little something
from a Senior Angel's wish list
will help bring joy. hope and a
sense of importance into the
lives of the often alone and
forgotten For more informa-
tion or to adopt a Senior
Angel. call Mary Moore at
321-4)135 or stop by The
S.otvation Ar my Hope House
at the corner of Ninth and
D)ate streett 'ts


Toy drop-off
Stow-A-Way Storage &-
Truck Rental is an authorized
drop-off for lToys for Tos
Donations of new. unwrappedl
toys can be delivered through
Dec. 17 at the business office.
463915 SR 20,. Yulee (just
west of Sonic and the car-
wash). Office hours are
Monday-Saturday. 8:30 a.m.-
5:30 p.m. Call 225-1940.


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Ge-t on-site expert advice
about how to "green" your
hornme, yard and garden and
enjoy the short presenta-
tions and demonstrations at
the -Ask the Expert" booth.
'1Tiere will be live music and
the, vendors of there
Fernandina Farmers Market


Edward Storch's Natural Creations works in metal
and rexl iron will be among the vendors at the
Amelia Island (arden Show March 5 and 6 in Central
Park.


will move to Central Park "for
the show with their produce
and expanded menu of pre-
pared foods.
Admission is S2 for
adults; children under 12 are
free. No pets, please. For
details, visit www.ameliagar-
den.com. To sign up for the
e-mail Newsletter for infor-
mation about new things
happening at the Amelia
Island (;arden Show and the
Fernandina Farmers Market
including vendors,
exhibitors, presentation
schedules, visit www.fernan-
dinafarmersmarket.com.
The market open every


Saturday from 9 am.-lp.m
at Seventh and Centre
stretts and features farm-
fresh produce as well as a
variety of organic products
and specialty foods.
Discover gourmet baked
goods from crusty breads to
delectable desserts and pre-
pared foods such as jellies,
relishes and marinades. The
market is the perfect loca-
tion to choose from a variety
of tropical plants and land-
scaping plants, including
orchids, herbs, and garden
flowers. Call 491-4872 or visit
www.fernandinafarmersmar-
ket.com.


Nature calendars
The Wild Amelia Nature
Festival has announced that
only a handful of limited edi-
tion 2011 Nature
Photography calendars are
left unsold at two
Fernandina Beach locations.
These few calendars, con-
taining most of the gorgeous
winning images from the
second annual Wild Amelia
Nature Photo Contest, are
still available at First Federal
Savings Bank of Florida,
1500 Sadler Road, and the
Atlantic Avenue Recreation
Center office in Fernandina
Beach, where posters of the
winning images are also on
display. The calendars make
wonderful Christmas gifts
and are easy to ship.
The 2011 Wild Amelia
Nature Photography
Contest will soon be under
way: potential entrants
should visit
www.wildamelia.com for
rules and entry forms. All
entries must be received by
April 4, 2011. The festival
encourages nature photogra-
phers to get out on the
beach and Greenway to pho-
tograph some of the visiting
winter birds and other flora
and fauna under the clear
blue winter skies of Amelia
Island.
The 2011 fifth annual
Wild Amelia Nature Festival
will be held May 20-22 with
ecotours, photography class-
es, exhibits, sea turtle
release, music and chil-
dren's activities. In the inter-
vening months, "Wild Nite"
nature forums will be held
on the second Tuesday of
each month at the Peck
Center. Visit
www.wildamelia.com.

Farmers Market
Shai Tzabari of Olives,
Etc. has joined the
Fernandina Farmers Market
as a new vendor on the first
and third Saturdays of the


suLMIMlllu
Shai Tzabari of Olives, Etc. has joined the Fernandina
Farmers Market as a new vendor on the first and third
Saturday of the month.


month. He will be at the
market on Dec. 18. With a
focus on creating the
Kosher deli experience,
Olives, Etc. will feature up to
12 varieties of olives from
kalamatas cured with rose-
mary to spicy mix, red pep-
per stuffed, garlic stuffed,
blue cheese stuffed and
more. These Kosher olives
originate from Turkey and
Greece and have no artificial
preservatives. In addition,
Olives Etc. will have Kosher
dill style pickles, Giardiniera
and pickled green tomatoes
all produced with their cus-
tom recipes. Hummus will
be available in plain, black
bean and sun dried tomato
and they will sell Baba
Ganoush, a roasted eggplant
spread, and daikon radish
KimChi. Mozzarella and feta
cheeses will also be featured
with their custom marinade
of sun dried tomato, garlic,
and herb.
Also at the market on
Dec. 18 will be Deep Roots
Meats, Clean Ridge Soaps
and Cohen's gourmet
pecans. This is the last
Saturday before the holidays
as the market will be closed
for Christmas Day and New


Year's Day.
Sign up for the E-Mail
Newsletter at www.fernandi-
nafarmersmarket.com.
The award-winning mar-
ket is open every Saturday
from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at
Seventh and Centre streets.
No pets, please. For infor-
mation call 491-4872 or visit
www.fernandinafarmersmar-
ket.com.

Greenway Hke
Our Greenway will lead a
hike on Egans Creek
Greenway Dec. 18 at 9 a.m.
The hike will feature the
south half of the Greenway
starting at the newest
entrance at the rear of the
parking lot of the Residence
Inn on Sadler Road.
Participants are encouraged
to bring water, sun protec-
tion, insect repellent, com-
fortable walking shoes and
optionally field guides and
binoculars.
The hike will depart
promptly at 9 am., maintain
a leisurely pace and make a
1 1/2-mile loop back to the
start point It is free and
open to the public. For infor-
mation.visit www.ourgreen-
way.org.


Cat calendar
The cats of Cats Angels are together in a
calendar for 2011, with one of Cats Angels'
"model" kitties featured each month. The
calendar kitties are hoping you purchase
one or more at $10 each. They make great
gifts for cat lovers of all ages. They are on
sale at the Cats Angels Thrift Store/
Adoption Center, 709 S. Eighth St..
Fernandina Beach. All proceeds will support
the spay/neuter program.

Flea and ticksale
The Nassau Humane Society Annual Flea
and Tick Garage Sale will be held Feb. 1t
and 19 from 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the
Fernandina Beach Airport hangar. Plea-e
bring your tax-deductible donations of art.
antiques. furniture. housewares. jewelry.
sporting goods, tools, toys and other items
(no clothes or computers) to the NHS Dog
Park. located across from the city airDort
Call Penny with questions at 277-1152.

Mard Paws
RAIN Humane Society will host a Mardi
Paws party Feb. 19 from 5-9 p.mn at Chemn
Cell. located off the Amelia Island Parkway.
Tickets are $25 each or two for S40 and
include an authentic Cajun dinner, de-ssrt, a
glass of RAIN's signature wine. feather
mask/beads and a pet food bar sponsored
by Bark Avenue. Attire is casual: costumes
optional, but highly encouraged Pets are


welcome but must be leashed and current
on their Rabies vaccine.
The Mardi Paw Pet King or Queen will
be chosen at 8 p.m. The pet with the most
pre-event and event votes will win a three-
day cruise for two people, and the pet's pic-
ture will be displayed on RAIN's signature
wine bottle next year. Votes are $1 each and
all pet owners must submit money on the
night of the event for votes to be registered
and counted. Each vote is S1. For informa-
tion call (904) 879-5861 or visit rainhumane-
spea.org.
Dog wallkers
Nassau Humane society welcomes volun-
teer dog-walkers who can give its dogs sor me
exercise and socialization while they're wait-
ing for that special someone to adopt them
Dog-walking hours have changed to 4-5:?3
p.m Mondays and Wednesdays and 2-4 p.m.
on Sunday.
The shelter is at 67 -Airport Road. across
from the Fernandina Beach airport. Call 321-
1647.

Fabric needed
Clear. cotton fabric, fleece, old cotton
blankets. towels and bedspreads, etc. are
needed to make bedding for'cats and dogs at
ioca; animal shelters. Drop them off at Buy-
Gones, 1014 S. Seventh St., Fernandina
each. and receive a store gift card for your
kindness Call 277-407 Tax donation forms
are available.


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so."' i:s filk-d with dc-cora-
.'.ons. cards and gin :tems to
help -.-rich \our holiday dol-


)ne lesson of the holiday
season is showing kindness
to others. And often, when
you do, it's repaid many times
over. With that in mind, we'd
like you to meet Bianca. She's
a sweet little terrier mix who
needs a special, loving human
friend. Bianca is a true "res-
cue" dog, and she was very
shy and afraid when she came
to us. But she's doing much
better now and is very affec-
tionate. All she needs is a lit-
tle kindness and attention and
she'll warm up to you almost
like magic. Please come meet
Bianca and see!
George wants a home for
the holidays watch his video
and hell tell you himself
George is a beautiful, black-
and-white domestic longhair


. lh- Cats- Ang.els' hrift
Sor.- cAdoption CentLr is
k2,ait-d at 709 S Eighth Street
and i, upen Monday-Saturday
from 11 am to 5p.m.
Call Cats Angels at 321-
2267 for information on lower
cost spay/neuter options for
cats in your care.


with a nice disposition. He's a
big guy so he'd probably do
best in a home without small
children, but he gets along
well with other cats at our
shelter and likes to be petted.
Most of our wonderful, adopt-
able dogs and cats have their
own videos at
NassauHumaneSociety.com,
so please check them out!
Our adoption center is at 671
Airport Road, right across
from the Fernandina Beach
airport, 321-1647. And when
you adopt a dog, you get a
free month's membership at
the NHS dog park!
The NHS Flea & Tick
Garage Sale is coming up


RAIN


RAIN was proud to partici-
pate in what is being called
the "Arkansas Razorback
Rescue," where 135 animals
were rescued by Best Friends
Animal Society and the
ASPCA out of New York.
RAIN's driver, William Just,
drove through freezing rain
and snow to help rescue 15 of
the animals. After arriving
back to RAIN, all of the ani-
mals were examined at the
Fernandina Beach Animal
Clinic by Dr. Jim O'Brien and


his wife, Tina. Assisted by Dr.
Greg Stacey and RAIN board
member, Amanda Wenzel,
Willie, the one-eyed pup, gets
a dose of medicine and some
well deserved TLC, above. To
read the entire story, go to
bestfriends.org and search
Arkansas. You can also see
pictures on RAIN's Facebook
page. Thank you to everyone
who helped and is helping to
get these little guys to safety
and on the road to recovery
and transport for adoption.


STARS


Gizmo, an 18-month-old,
black and white Shih Tzu is a
happy, playful dog. He is low
energy, likes to take walks,
plays with the other dogs in
his foster home and talks to
let you know he is happy to
see you or maybe it is time to
eat'
Save the Animals Rescue
Society does not run a shelter.
Animals are fostered by
STARS members until a suit-
able and caring home is
found. STARS needs new fos-
ter homes in order to rescue
more animals and increase
adoptions
If you are interested in


adopting a STARS dog. please
visit our website at wvww.star-
sofamelia org and fill out an
adoption application.


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SPECIAL EVENTS

3rd Friday
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of r-' <' i .r'r/'es '*e p ,; s. *
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p.ir,'. in /ea'5 rd e l"-rr a I/e
'he rn ,' F pro / p'or'; orn ard a gc'gsrapnc.
crrecorr ro'/#deer, pepie ',-
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rrn/.tfh H 9''.' ,.a 'hy e river
s.up./dJ r-'.5 Or'S piantsa
ton.,r ar(d rr tary u rcOsts
Exploratori' 5 roJt imrted to
land farrmous archaeological
states on the rrier s bottom alsc
have been discovered and add
to our knowledge of Florida's
past
Adrrissor is free for muse-
um members and 55 for non-
members For rnformationK
contact Alex at 261-7378. ext
102
AIDS quilt
The AIDS Memorial Quitl
founded in 1987 as a poignant
memorial a powerful tool for
use in preventing new HIV
infections, and the largest
ongoing community arts prot
act in the world, will be on
exhibit in Nassau County at
the following locations
Baptist Medical Center
Nassau. 1250 South 18th St ,
Fernandina Beach, Dec. 16
and 17
Elm Street Recreation
Center, Director John
Covordell, 1200 Elm St ,
Fernandina Beach, Dec 20
and 21, 1-5 p m
THIS WEEK

Memories needed
On Jan. 14, the Amelia
Island Museum of History will
present a program focused on
the long and colorful history of
the Florida House. There will
be a Power Point presentation
at the museum followed by a
tour and short talk at the inn.
Tickets will be limited and are
available at the museum.
If you have any old pictures
or other material relating to the
Florida House, or any anec-
dotes you remember from


HOUDAY
TRADITIONS

ACROSS
1. Narrow fissures
6 Cul de
9 Nike's swoosh.
eg
13 Chinese fruit in
a shell
14 A K A ukulele
15 IRS'threat
16 In front of
17 Architect's soft-
ware
18 Wander. as in a
boat
19 'Symbol for
Maccabean
Revolt
21 'Waiting time?
23 'But! heard
him exdaim.
he drove
out of sight.
Merry Chnstmas
to all
24 Sope or hillside
25 'Survivor' net-
work
28 Seawards
30 Inhale exhale
35 Bark or yelp
37 Female gamete
39 Louisiana
swamp
40 'Tree topper
41 Fairytale 'dust-
spinkler"
43 Cne way to pre-
pare Ahi
44 Passed
46 Make a portrait
of
47 At one time, for-
merly
48 Alays. Italian
50 Under pull of the


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i exiange For more r~'r-
r-ae'r, c.aL C'aroynn
Alzhemers support
Tne Azheirner s/Derenr.a
Succrt. Group for Nassau
County meets 1 30-2 30 p m
'he third Thursday of eacn
rmrnth at the Council on
Aging. 1367 South 18th St
The next meeting is Dec 16.
No pre-regtstration is required.
Thts meeting Is open to the
pubic and everyone who has
an interest is invited to attend.
For further information, call
Ann Smith, R.N, at 491-3222.
Men's Newcomers
The Men's Newcomers
Club of Amelia Island will hold
its Dec 16 luncheon meeting
at the Fernandina Beach Golf
Club at 11 30 a.m Nassau
County Tax Collector John
Drew will talk about the basic
duties and responsibilities of
the tax collector, keying in on
driver licenses and ad val-
orem taxes.
Tickets are $17 at the door.
All men, whether new to the
area or longtime Nassau
County residents, are wel-
come to join the club. For
information visit www.mens
newcomersclub.org.
Holiday luncheon
The Nassau County
Retired Educators Association
invites all retired educators to
its Annual Holiday Luncheon
to be held Dec. 16 at the
Yulee Full Service School
beginning at 11:30 a.m. The
musical guests will be a stu-
dent ensemble from St.
Michael's Academy perform-
ing selections from their musi-
cal, "Christmas Hang-Ups,"
under the direction of their
instructor, Katie Rewa. For
information call Stephanie
Manwell at 310-6010.
FLTcomedy
"Don't Dress for Dinner,"
presented by Femandina


moon
52. Abbreviated
hononfics for
Peter and Paul.
e.g.
53 'Or '"
55 Metal-beanng
rTneral
57. Attack of
machine-gun fire
from plane
60 'December 26-
January 1
64 Sound a sheep
makes
65 'Had no room
for Mary and
Joseph
67. Utgating
68 House pest
69 Menagene
70 Wear away
71 -Willing and

72 Often used with
'flow"
73 Heanng or
smell, e g

DOWN
1 Grand
2 "It's a Wonderful

3 'Sacred image of
worshio
4 Spasm of pain.
5 ____ Madre
6 a particular
kind
7 Theodor Getse,
r Seuss
8 Mothball subsb-
tute
9. Fishing decoy
10 War god in
Norse mythology
11 'Frankincense
or myrrh. e g


12. "Over the top' in
a text message
15. Modifier of a
verb
20. "The Tortoise
and the Hare"
author
22 A light touch
24. Aluminum ore
25. A sac in the
body. pl.
26. Cleanse
27 Move like bees
29 Like fairytale
stepmothers?
31. 111 at
32. Ex-radical Bill of
Obama-
2008 controversy
33 'It precedes the
clinking of glass-
es
34 Aches or
anguishes
36 school
38. Actress Rogers
42 Give qualities to
45 'Pine crde
49 'Santa's helper
51 Wipes out or
deletes
54: Carpe in 'Carpe
diem"
56 Have effect
57 Slovenly person
58 Bluish green
59 'Amazing
on TV
60 Door opener
61 State of Israel
62 No ifs or buts
either
63 'A Death n the
Family" author
64 Lingene item
66 An elegantly
dressed man in
England


Beah Camp
YMCA Wemer Day
Camp preseWts a Btzard
Beach Carp Dec 20-29.
Monday Tuesday and
Wednesday each week
Grab your mrns and fp
fops and ery some f-
the-waL fun Throughout
the camp kids we cele-
brate the wwier season in
a wacky lnrd of way
H4itgMis "Cude Mete
Kalikamaka Monday,
Beach Btanke! Bgo,
marshmallow towers.
beachcomnbng and Dairy
Queen for Btizzards. Super
Bowl Beach Bash and
more.
Registration is free.
Cost is $25 per day, 6:30
a.m -6 p.m at the YMCA
Atlantic Kids Campus
(Femandina), YMCA Yulee
Kid's Campus (Yulee area)
or Calahan Elementary
Pryme Time (West Side).
Stop by the McArthur
Family YMCA, 1915
Citrona Drive, Femandina
Beach, or call Jen Stallings
at 261-1080, email
jstallings@firstcoastymca.o
rg or visit
FirstCoastYMCA.org.
Science camp
The Cummer Museum
of Art & Gardens, the
Museum of Science and
History and the

Little Theatre and featuring
Stephen France, Melinda
Leon, Ruthellen Muberg,
Annette Rawls, Steve Rawls
and Ryan Smith, will be held
Dec. 16, 17 and 18 at 7:30
p.m. at the theater, 1014
Beech St., Femandina Beach.
The comedy romp by Marc
Camoletti is directed by
Amelia Hart.
Tickets are $15 and are
available at The UPS Store in
the Publix shopping center.
FLT is a small, intimate the-
ater and patrons are advised
to purchase their tickets in
advance.
Turkish cooking
Ever wonder how to make
stuffed grape leaves? Come
and snack on some of these
Middle Eastern treasures
vhile you learn how to make
the filling, wrap and cook them
Dec. 16 from 6-8 p.m. at The
Learning Community of North
Florida, 626 S. Eighth St.,
Fernandina Beach. Call 430-
0120 or visit www.tlcnf.com.
Free dinner
Springhill Baptist Church
will serve meals for individuals
and families in need in the
area on Thursday, Dec. 16
from 5-6:30 p.m. at the
church, 941017 Old



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Jacksonr"w Zoo &
Gardens havapeannerd to
oler an enriching and
unique Hotiday Camp
expenerce tor children
ages -11, Dec. 20-22 from
9 am-3 pm each day
The shared theme is
science Avestgations that
iworve students n the si-
ence used every day to
unravel mystenes in the a
wod& the animal woid
and the fied of archeolo-
gy/paleontoiogy Students
wd spend each day a[ a
different location: Dec. 20,
The Cummer, 829
Riverside Ave.,
Jadcksonvle: Cummer A
Detectives; Dec. 21,
Jacksonville Zoo &
Gardens, 370 Zoo
Parkway: Wildife Scene
investigators (WSI); and
Dec. 22, MOSH, 1025
Museum Circle.
Jacksonville: Dirt
Detectives. Extended care
is available as follows:
Monday: The Cummer, 8
a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday:
Jacksonville Zoo, 8 a.m.-
5:30 p.m.; and
Wednesday: MOSH .7:30
a.m.-5 p.m.
Cost is $105 per stu-
dent for members and
$120 for non-members.
Extended care is an addi-
tional $10 per day per stu-
dent. For information or to
register, visit www.the-
mosh.org/shzam.


Nassauville Road. Dinner is
being served on the third
Thursday due to the
Christmas holiday. 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.
jewelry sale
The Baptist Medical Cente
Nassau Auxiliary will host a $5
Jewelry Sale in the board-
room off the main lobby Dec.
17 from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Cash,
checks and major credit cards
are accepted. The hospital is
located at 1250 South 18th
St., Fernandina Beach.
Blood drive
The Femandina Pirates
Club will host a blood drive at
Chili's in Yulee on Dec. 18
from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. For infor-
mation visit
www.igiveblood.com.
Children's art
The Island Art Association
is offering Children's Art (ages
6-9) from 10-11 a.m. and
11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Dec.
18. Register at the gallery, 18
N. Second St. The classes
are free, thanks to grants from
the Plantation Ladies
Association and the
Woodcock Foundation of
Jacksonville. Call 261-7020 or
visit www.islandart.org.
Roger Hawk
Roger Hawk, aka "the
King," and his new band
Mystery Train will perform at
the Doo Wop Diner in
Femandina Beach at 3 p.m.
Dec. 18. For information visit
www. roge rhawk.com.


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NEXT WEEK

Instant Groove
The Instant Groove will
perform at Indigo Alley, 316
Centre St., from 7-10 p.m.
Dec. 19. Original band mem-
ber Cam Ray will join the
group for what promises to be
a swinging good time.
Community meal
For His Glory Community
Outreach Ministries, Inc. along
with other local churches will
host a community meal on
Dec. 19 at the MLK Jr.
Recreation Center. For more
information contact Dr. Lois
Cook at (904) 624-3501 or all-
forhisglory01 @yahoo.com.
Cookingclasses
The Learning Community
of North Florida, 626 S. Eighth
St., will offer a class on fresh
herbal pestos Dec. 19 from 4-
6 p.m. Learn how your
favorite herbs can be easily
transformed into flavorful
pesto for pasta, appetizers
and soups. Prepare a classic
basil pesto and an oregano
pesto. You will take home a jar
of each For information or to
register call 430-0120 or visit
www tlcnf.con.
A cooking with herbs class
will be held Dec 19 from 11
a.m.-1 p.m Learn which parts
are best to use and how each
herb can add life to your
favonte foods Leam oreser-
vation and storage tps a few
easy recipes and auck ideas
to inspire you as you begin to
experiment with fresh herbs
Cal 430-0120 or ,,is
www ticnf com.
A gourmet pasta making
class wil be held from 1 30-
3.30 p m Learn the simple
techniques to make base
pasta. stu-fed pastas and fla-
vored pastas Cal 9 430-0120
or vsrt Wv tkr' cr-'
On Dec 20 from 5-7 30
p.m leam how to cook Brrtsh
comfort food suchr as bangers
or Cumberiand sausages for
the classic Banges ard Mash
(saasages mashed root veg-
elao:es and oncr, gravy) tr/ a
cheddar beer suo her, fnrsh


with bread and toffee pudding
or apple and blackberry crum-
ble. Call 430-0120 or visit
www.tlcnf.com. -
COMING UP

ACT auditions
Amelia Community
Theatre will hold auditions for
"Morning's at Seven" at 7 p.m.
on Jan. 4 and 5 in the Studio
Theatre at 209 Cedar St. This
comedy by Paul Osborne is
set in 1939 and has five
women and four men in the
cast. One female and one
male character are in the 35-
45 age range; the other char-
acters are over 60. Visit
www.AmeliaCommunityTheatr
e.org for complete details.
Rehearsals will begin in
January and performances
are in April on ACTs main
stage. Sinda Nichols is the
director. For more information
or to check out a script, call
the theater at 261-6749.
Diabetes classes
The Nassau County Health
Department is offering a
series of four, two-hour dia-
betes self-management edu-
cation classes from 6-8 p.m
Thursday Jan. 13, 20, 27
and Feb. 3 at the Family
Education Center/Yulee Full-
Service School. 86207 Felmor
Road in Yulee Registration
fee is $40 (price includes all
four classes) and S20 for
Nassau County School
District employees You are
welcome to bring a support
person at no cost To register
contact Jen Nrcholson at 548-
1853 or Jennifer nrchol-
son@doh state.fl.us.
Chorus auditions
The Jacksonille
Symphony Chorus is audition-
ing for singers for the 2011
season Auditions w!! be held
wdi be held Jan. 15 beginning
at 9 a.m in the Phillips Fine
Arts Building at Jacksonville
Unrversrty Singers interested
in audrtoning should call (904)
354-5479. ext 221 Audition
lrrormatron and membership
application are available at
vw jaxsymphonychorus org


LITERARY LEANINGS

Book scsitckets
c-,e's .: a :"a e Ar-e -a sard ,CCA i es.:', s zBketed
e.er's a'e rn ,r sa-e r.er'es ncr:s m* ncr-memors
pc :r s.ae .-.r Vs: a4.-', a&r'..a!s.ar,.cces'.va com for
c,=-.e ,aj-: strs e- er',s r ces and ,'aer: up;cates
is>-a '. rs e S 9:
Ar-o,3 ?-se "eadsres a'e S san V'eel adlrj w-o w i spea a:
:e We'-s Wks'mcp e-rc rsn c RCa B'ag AJ'Wr s
-:c"recr i~c~T'e speaSe and Jamie F~ d mte foks n Jazz
-c e Va's" ieyno:e speaker
=* ,e e.-ers ncice *'he A,.hos inSc ~3os on Frtday and
:- adea-s es'wa! ard C' kder s Coac'e' cr Saturday For
rz:-'e r yr.a'on co T ese and o ,er upCcorr ng events visit
.,'r ar-e-.a:sarandoodest'val com or cal c-,9i 624-1665

Book slings
Par-,ea 'Yeiter wh, sn r.er h:storncal novel Sc- -:
? ey, -'.' -- '.s 2 '.. from
Sa n -3 p m Dec 18 at Books Plus 107 Centre St
Jacksonvite Police Che' Brce Thomason will sign his latest
murder mystery. ,rer S- C oc-. ~r _e from 11 a m -4 p m On
Dec 19 ch&dren's author Jan diRuzzo will sgn ':e- LCos:
',e'~-a from noon-4 p m Call 261-0303
LibrariesCl dosed
The Nassau County Pubic Library System will be cosed
Dec 24-27 for the Chnstmas holiday The book drops will
remain open

Book fest scholarship
The Chrsta Powell Walley Scholarshp presented by the
Amelia Island Book Festival, worth $2.000. is open to school
seniors, undergraduate and graduate college students with ties
to Nassau County and is dedicated to encouraging writers in
their pursuit of a literary career The deadline is Dec 31 Visit
ameliatslandbookfestival cor for the rules and to apply, or write
to info@ameliaislandbooklestival corn

Special program
A Fnends of the Library luncheon program on Pulitzer-pnze
winning author and photographer Eudora Welty, known for her
incisive yet compassionate portrayals of characters from the
American South, will be held Jan 7 at noon at the Omni Amelia
Island Plantation Resort, Racquet Park Heron Room.
A recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Welty was
the first living author to have her works published by the Library
of America The luncheon speaker will be Dr Pearl McHaney,
associate professor of literature at Georgia State University,
who has edited five books about Welty in the last two years:
Eudora Welty. Writers' Reflections Upon First Reading Welty.
Eudora Welty The Contemporary Reviews, Eudora Welty As
Photographer: Occasions: Selected Wntings by Eudora Welty.
and The Road to West 43rd Street McHaney has also written
and lectured on William Faulkner, Barry Hannah, David Mamet,
Alice Munro, Natasha Trethewey and Tennessee Williams.
Tickets are $35 for Friends of the Library members and $40
for nonmembers and available at the Fernandina Beach Library
or reserve a space by calling 277-7365.
The Friends of the Library book club meeting Dec. 9 will fea-
ture short stories by Welty in preparation for the luncheon the
following month. The club meets at 7:30 p.m..on the second
Thursday of every month in the parlor room of St. Peter's
Episcopal Church, 801 Atlantic Ave. New members are always
r welcome.

FOLBook Cub
The Friends of the Library Book Club reading list for 2010-
2011 includes: Jan. 13, The White Bone: A Novel by Barbara
Gowdy; Feb. 10, The Plague of Doves by Louise Erdrich; and
March 10, The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine.
Meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of
Sthe month in the Parlor Room at St. Peter's Episcopal Church,
801 Atlantic Ave. The moderators are Norman and Marilyn
Wesley. New members are always welcome.
Digital library
Check it out the Nassau County Public Library System
offers audiobooks, eBooks and music for download from the
library's website by card-holders with a fine free record. For
information visit www.nassaureads.lib.overdrive.com.


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bised on race, color, religion, sex,
handicap familial status or
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knowingly accept any advertising
for real estate w-hich is in violation
of the law All persons are hereby
Informed that all dwellings
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below* on 01/04/11 a 1998 Dodge
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and on 01/11/11 a 1999 Buick 4DR
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a'drlmneration and fhie years
erpe.rence in the area of parks and
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sie offer you a complete benefits
package. Including paid holidays,
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the tTown of Hilliard is an Equal
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Services include, but are not limited to
treatment planning, individual, group
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in the field of counseling, social work,
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Master's degree preferred Two years
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for lease & sale.
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locations available.
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family estce lot adjacent to historic land-
iltrk .\ntlu tslanil ighthouse. 370./- ft
on Navigahle slle of pn's ('reek and is
one ot the highest elevations on the east
cost. Possible Ocean views $1.095,000







AMELIA LAKES 2BR/2BA
DELU.XE. 2 master Suites. Lots of
amenities and conveniently located
to Fernandina. JacksooviUl and St
Marys. $119500 # 52131


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swaund kd priaily by long tamn 6idae
and second home owners. Reduced to
MW/MV.


OCEAN REACH SPLIT PLAN 4BR/
3BA home on large lot located on ihe
pood with natnual vegetation. updates
appice and just a short ditace
from the beads. $369,50 # 52166


\\ ONDERFIF OCtTNVIEW HOME SAND DOLLAR VILLA 2BR. 2BA
In grm.t vn roiton. cIly nte as second beavifully fumished unit on the south
homr- Cnirnmctly kx-ated beach aess. side on the top floor. Ocean views from
w.e itr? rsiir.tm um.n ldwrt the balcony. This won't lst long at
ths an matnr"ate and entatumnmg ptx5ry. $'74.9" MLS 51
Cr(ret p'iernl for exps a. $695.000


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ci:r t<. ic.e to Jdntown or beaches.
n::JJc ari h:gh -chool. This 3BR/BA
.-.-n:c .Tr Beech Street is Pnced To Sell'
$21i..lo ML.a5k064


52J S. FLETICEK AVE1. Beacn
Cottage close to ocean w/great view
R-3 zoning allows short term rental
multi-family. Reasonably priced at
$349,900 # 52249








WELLMAINTAINED3BR/ZBA. Home
with beaifi oak aod ceanic tie floors,
gamit ertrmcp. srcmnd patio with a
water fWtam, and extended gas for laEgr
vehicles. T his house hal of exs and is
pid to sel.$236,500 29Z7


Fromts S. 14th street has 3 separate
office rooms plus reception bath and
breakarea. Approx9l0sf ForSaleor
Lease $265.0


This 3BR/2BA coccri: bic-k home
sits in desirable Naturm Gate. short ds-
tance to the beac oC an tur. r: A rrus:
see at $242.86' 4'.45!


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LONG TERM
ON ISLAND
*305 S 17th Sc 28Rl'BA. approx. 750
tlt. $Sa0/mno
1521 Frank. Sr.3BR2BA.approx.1702
sqIft.. 2 car prate $1.200/mo
3BR2BA Horne on Anmeba lhnd with
beautiful we of Epmns Creek 1.534
approx. sq. ft. S1300/mo. +Uti-
*730 S 14th St. 3BR/IBA carport. fence.
$900/mo. utlitues. $1,000 sec. deps
*1334 AtlantiK Ave 3BR IBA.1.243
approx. sqft. $1.200/mo. utliroe.
Resdenual or commercial.
2039A Nature's Walk Atanctire and
dean 3BR/2BA split mlvel townhouse.
1.711 approx sq ft,. 1.200/mo. + uo-
tsies.
*309 South 6th Street, in the Histonc
District. just blocks to downtown.
3BRP2BA. 1718 approx. sq.ft. available
possible Nov. I st $I 400/mo. + utiltes

COMMERCIAL
1839 S. 8th St adjacent to Huddle
House. 1,800 sq.ft. 2.20/mo. lease +
tax. Sale also considered.
*Approx 850 SF by Fastenal and
Peacock Electric in O'Neil, good
exposure on AIA Great for show
room or office space $1.350/mo +
tax + utilities.

VACATION RENTAL
*AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY
2BR/ IBA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher.
Special Fall monthly rates. All util. wi-fi.
TV & phono

1904.2I61.4066


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GARAGE SALE Sat :2 :8 Sa'-
'r- 86CS so-aoo.Oak CI. 35-.c. Otf
fac-Coft.ek Pl a-Oches. ent -r
tors books. & rIort S-pport YES
Safety Patro
85912 HADDOCK RD. Fn :2..7 &
Sat 2'i11. 9a".-7 he clothes. books
neorcs. r-mrr.ite. hosewolc items
gtass.are, Ctrmstras gts & e-. arc
r-.idt rore (904)504-7674

1324 S. 14TH ST. at the farr-
Bu&rea., Earknmc lot HJti-Iarn",
nmov.ng sale Be. coacth. chas. toys
movn trader. oods & ends. Ovsasrnas
9ats Sat .2/1:8


* FIRSTAVENUE BR/2BA c,.o.k
located in Sea Castles 2 ar garagr
S1.095/nmo. Avaulahle now
SSAND) HICKORV TRAII.
ABRH.BA home in Iickory Village 2
car garage. Close to Yulcc schools.
$1.075/mo Available now.

*S. 7TH ST. 2BR/IBA house in
Historic District. Reduced to $750/mo.
Available now.

* CHAD STREET 3BR/2BA town-
home. I car garage. $975/mo.
Available now.
* KETCH CT. 3BR/2BA house
with fence yard. 1,600 sq. ft. 2 car
garage. 51.275/mo. Available 1/15/11.
* ATLANTIC VIEW DRIVE
4BR/3BA house located in Oceanview
Estates. Screened swimming pool.
$1,750/mo. Available 2/1/11.
* LONG BEACH DRIVE 4BR/2BA
house located in North Hampton.
2,400 sq. ft. $1,395/mo. Available


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2111 Sea land C.. 3/2
home off Ct'o,. 5 $1 015
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.irnisnrld ltlls avail l'Cj261 5034
STATIONARY' RV FOR RENT Weekly
S rrorily rates (9C4,225 5577
2BR/1BA in (flairrk Rd $FCa '03/
r 'rL, $S i-ri.rlty Ca /153-1691
$2SO OFF First Month's Rerit
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-iul'e ty H Jippi t onl/ 6,t/ro. 4 (+650
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IBR/2BA SW ,n I acr' lot Prlvdc,
.l itlude'l ,i', ri, animals only/ 560
)Vp $6()0/rno Call (904583 20090
NICE 2BR SW $4'',/rmo. Includtli
wate-r Al'., 60X100 MH LOT $29'5/
r i Ir ludle'. Itnlr ('O,04Sr01 5'999
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light anrd $('',0 urity deposit
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utes from beach. Private bath, private
entrance $100/wk. + $200 dep. Call
:10am-6pm, (904)430-7091 anytime.

856 Apartments
Unfurnished

Affordable Living We are accepting
applications for our 1 & 2 bedroom
units Rent based on income. Apply at
Port Oak Apts, 996 Citrona Dr.,
"cemandlna Beach; (904)277-7817
Handicap Accessible units available.
This institution is an equal opportunity
,provir and erploy,"r
LARGE 2BR/2BA large garage, near
the beach. Completely remodeled, new
carpet $975/mo. + $975 sec. deposit.
Call (904)583 3811
507 6TH ST. 3BR/2BA, fireplace,
laundry room, fenced yard $850/mo.
+ deposit (904)310-6547 or 583-0862


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.ci-:t, -el'"ear lease eposit 95

AMELIA GREEN COf. ISLAD, fat -
." z k.'tirn, near beach, Startucks,.
etc. 3-yr old townhome, 28R -
.St/ st'., 2 58A, Ist floor master
dC.t, atlachc- garage, granite, luxur'
&Ightshst--Seautu l 2ll0/ro Finlay
an1'3 t.-t \ :' 9 l94,491-9993
7I/-A !orNdiate availability On
'tui ., g;a co ronmunity, starting at
$77f/rqp. Cal about our specials (904)
277 .0
GRcAY ISLAND LOCATION 2BR/
C28A, 2-car garage, vaulted ceilings,
lotlcIre, 2 tub, pool, tennis
.192fl/to Rd.(904)225-2112 iv msg.
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3B1R/28A HOUSE on Edwards Rd
waterfromn w/boat lift $1000/mo. Call
(904;5O2-0406
28R/18A Heavily upgraded, all new,
completely furnished house for rent on
island, close to downtown. Fenced
,7rlyard Call (904)339-3308.
SUMMER BEACH VILLAGE Fur-
A,shed 3BR/2BA, 2-car garage, glted,
rornmm pool, 5 mins/beach Rental by
Ida, MC, mth, yr 261-6204, 206-0035
(EAN VIEW WALK TO TIHE
BEAC' Furnished 3/2, Ist Avenue.
$15904/ro (904)710-0423


80 furnish house for rent on
RECESSION SPECIAL Historic
District home circa 1885. 2BR/2BA,
story, CH&A, laundry area, was $1200/
mo., now only $895. Go look 322 N.
3rd St, downtown. Call (904)607-3121.
603 N. 15iH ST. 3BR/2BA, 2-car
garage, large fenced backyard. $995.
Pet w/deposit. Nick Deonas Realty, Inc.
(904)277-0006
BEA UIFUL 3B/2BA HOME Gar-
age, private lot on quiet street, near
shopping, short drive to beach. $1290/
mo. Femandlna Beach. (305)308-6505
3BR/28A DUPLEX Great ocean
view, 400 ft. from beach, 1-car garage,
on Tarpon Ave. $1000/mo. + security
deposit. (912)449-1231
AMELIA COASTAL REALTY offers
professional property management
services. Call Todayl (904)261-2770)
.96067 ABACO ISLAND DRIVEt-
3BR/2BA home w/2-car garage. Pe1,
OK w/approval. $1100/mo. Available
now. Call 583-8968.
3BR/2 A HOME in North Hampton
on golf course & water. LR/DR, family
room & play/media room. 2200 sq. ft.
$1495/mo. (904)335-0583
$1495/mo. (904)335-0583


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tonn $12,'r-o Si:C :C U.
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inside Sr'acc anrrais on ,. rn-
ref rndable deposit i9'34,277-;a6r
3BR/2BA HOUSE FOR REST Ce
floor plan, stainless stee-i Z-. t
eOoc, cro n rolc;in, 'a:: 1S'
$110CC/rrc W ,biDncl a 241 5u-9
3BR/28A wr.'F, fence- ,-rC garage
.in Spanish Oaks off Barrr r- PC /aii
now. $125,'rro ,/il yr iea.e. e ve I
before ChrstWnas (9:4;556-122

861 Vacation Rehthis
OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA anc 2BR. 1BA
Call (904)261-4066, C i' La- Srre
Realtor, for special rates

S863 Office-

Office Space Includes utilities
janitor Medium $150, large $325, &
office suites avail lasmine Office
Center Call (904)583 0058
AMELIA PROF CENTER 28i3 S 8th
St. $400 mo 105 Sc Ft plus closet
Shared waiting room, bathroom,
kitchen, utilities, taxes, garage
Included Annette 206-0734
SEVERAL OFFICES above the Palace
Saloon. $375/mo. and up Two-room
suite above Amelia Insurance, Sadler
Rd. $550/mo Retail/Office space on
17 S. 8th St. $800/mo (904)557-5644

64Commercial/Retail
RESTAURANT fully equipped 5,700
sq ft 140 seat restaurant 50 yards from
the ocean available for a VERY reason-
able number. Turn key operation and
ready to go. Fully equipped, operation-
al and renovated. Now operating as a
"Shoney's "IDEAL buffet...steak-
house...seafood ....etc. HUGE POTEN-
TIAL. Email MMhotels@'aol.com OR call
(904-277-2300) or see Mike at Days
Inn on Sadler Road, Femandina Beach.




901 Automobiles

1998 MERCURY GRANDE MARQUIS
LS 64,248 miles. Father's car. Must
sell. $6,000/OBO. (904)891-3791
CLEAN '89 MUSTANG LX 5.0 -
Everything works. Good paint, AC,
AM -Ff Runs .xc, burns. NO oil w '
215,000 mi. $2,500. Terry 261-0438
2000 NISSAN MAXIMA GXE 4
DOOR V6, power windows, door
locks, tilt & cruise. New front & rear
struts, lower control arms, CV axle,
radiator & battery in 2010. 216,000 mi.
$2995. Call 327-8880.


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CARLTON DUNES
Executive oceantront condos at Summer
Beach with upscale app3ontments located
North of The Ritz-Carlton Prices start at
$1,250,000


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units located on the South side of The Ritz-
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$499,000 Investors welcome.


HARRISON COVE 7TH STREET
uke new 4BR/25BA home in Summer Beach Beautfully renovated 2 BR 2 BA home rte ;st-ce
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'vmisc:epned perch and fenced yard $479.900 crown molding and beadboard Cei;rngs
MLS i5 530XG Granite countertops.jettea 'ub anc w' ,-' sho.ve'
279,900 MLS # 53152


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Ccear'Tcnt and poc side units in 'he 0eort
S-' S.rrer Beac" 2 or 3 bedrooms starting
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VALUE PRICED $7,950


VALUE PRICED $9,450


1996 JAGUAR XJ6 2OD0 VW BEETLE
Grey with Tan Leather Interior, Auto, AC, Keyl4ss White with Tan Interior, Auto, AC, Power locks,
VWidnows, Cruise, lit, Keyless Fntry
Entry, Power Everything, Sun Roof, Alloy Wheels,
Woodgrain Dash. Only 45k Miles!
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Beautiful Summer Beach home. 4 BR/4 BA, granite
in kitchen with new appliances, upper level bonus
room. ths is a must-see home

$659,900 MLS# 53721


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95035 WOODBERRY LANE
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