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Deep cuts


slated for


Alachua's


budget

By BRYAN BOUKARI
Today Reporter
ALACHUA A workshop to discuss
the City of Alachua's preliminary budget
for 2008 fiscal year is set for today at
5:30 p.m.
SCity staff and commissioners will
gather at City Hall to review a
preliminary budget according to Alachua
City Manager Clovis Watson, Jr.
"While this budget is tentative, we do
plan to present the commission with a
balanced budget," Watson said.
Alachua's proposed budget is about
$28.8 million, down 25-percent from the
2007 budget of about $36 million.
Watson noted, however, that the budget
is likely to be increased before it's
approved.
After a series of workshops and
hearings, the final budget is expected to
be approved on Sept. 24.
The decrease in budget from 2007 to
2008 is due in large part to not
calculating all grants, capital projects
and carry forward balances. The final
budget will include the grants, projects
and carry forward funds.
'Still, some of the decrease has
resulted from a change in law by the
State of Florida requiring counties and
municipalities to roll back ad valorem
tax rates. The reduction in property
taxes due to the new law drops the City
of Alachua's tax rate from 5.5 to 4.7
mills. The total revenue loss in Alachua
is almost a million dollars.
Many communities have reduced
BUDGET oh page A5


No. 2 Newberry

knocks off

Santa Fe


Journey of hope
Matt Gregory passed through Alachua Tuesday
during his 5,000 mile hiking trip


Chief Kaminskas


remembered by


colleagues


BRYAN BOUKARI/Alachua County Today
A wreath hangs on the door of the the High Springs Police
Department in memorial of Chief Ray Kaminskas who died
Saturday.


By DAN REID
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS
Colleagues at the High Springs
Police Department (HSPD) and
city officials this week
remembered the late HSPD
Chief Ray Kaminskas as
someone who brought changes
'to the department and as an
individual whom employees'
considered a mentor and friend.
Kaminskas, 57, who served


as Chief of
HSPD since
August 2003,
died Saturday ,
night after
collapsing at 7";1,,.
an Alachua
restaurant of
an apparent Kamiskas
Kaminskas
heart attack.
He had dined with his wife and
two daughters earlier in the
KAMINSKAS on page A5


Police Chief's death


latest chapter in


difficult year


Gregory's walk for cancer was inspired by his mother's bout with leukemia and
melanoma which eventually claimed her life.


By BRYAN BOUKARI
Today Executive Editor
ALACHUA Matt Gregory is
anything but a hitchhiker as he walks
through the Alachua and High Springs area
along U.S. Highway 441. The 27-year-old
Bellingham, Washington resident has
made the trek of a lifetime because of his


mother who survived one round of cancer
but later succumbed to another. Gregory is
walking some 5,000 miles across the
United States to raise awareness and
money for cancer research and in honor of
his mother, Carolyn Gregory who died in
1999.
GREGORY on page A8


By DAN REID
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS The
unexpected death last weekend
of High Springs Police Chief
Ray Kaminskas was the latest
in a series of unanticipated
events that have surrounded the
City of High Springs this year.
High Springs has seen the


resignation of longtime Fire
Chief Terry Jewell, impending
budget cuts that may affect city
jobs and services, the upcoming
retirement of city attorney Jim
Pendland, and Mayor Tom
DePeter's resignation from the
City Commission to assume
Pendland's position.
TRANSITION on page A8


Bev's


- the final word in hamburgers


SSPOTLIGHT ON

YOU
By DAN REID
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS As High Springs and
Alachua have experienced many changes over
the last few years, one of the constants in both
cities has been Beverly Miller and her deliciously
popular burgers.
Miller has owned Bev's Better Burgers since
1984 with the restaurant's original location on
Main Street in Alachua and has been serving food
with a hometown touch ever since. In 2002 Bev's
Better Burgers expanded to High Springs and two
years later Miller opened a second location in
High Springs, this time a dine-in restaurant called
Bev's Burger Cafe on U.S. 441. In addition to sit
down dining, Miller's newest restaurant features
an expanded menu offering items such as fish
baskets and southern fried chicken.
Miller said the more popular items at her cafe
include a juicy entree of hamburger steak,
chicken and rice dinners, and fish. Since the
restaurant's opening three years ago it has
become a popular lunchtime spot for friends to


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DAN REID/Alachua County Today
Bev's Better Burgers owner Beverly Miller has
been in the business for over two decades.
meet and converse or to catch up with the latest
news.
Meanwhile, at Miller's drive-through
locations it's not uncommon to see a long line of
vehicles snaking around the buildings: Inside
those cars and trucks are customers yearning for
a taste of a fresh made-to-order burger or one of
BEV'S on page A4


City of High Springs names McIver


as new Finance Director


By DAN REID
SToday Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS High Springs resident
SHelen McIver has come on board as the newest
member of the City of High Springs staff as the
city has recently named her to the position of
Finance Director.
I McIver comes from Haven Hospice in
Gainesville where she was the Senior Director of
Finance for the past four years. Before that she
was a comptroller at Alliance Medical Practice in
Gainesville for three-and-a-half years. Also,
McIver previously held positions in Georgia for a
direct mail marketing firm and in the financial
department of a commercial laundry sales firm.
McIver said the Finance Director position
was an attractive opportunity for her because she
lives in High Springs and loves the unique
character the city has to offer.
Even though she's crossing into municipal
government, McIver said many aspects of
finance are similar across different companies
and it is easy to transfer in a new working
environment. However, McIver explains being
dedicated to the job at hand is vital for any


DAN REID/Alachua County Today
New High Springs Finance Director Helen
Mclver says her love of the town is what drew
her to the position
organization's success.
"The importance of being dedicated and
MCIVER on page A4


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A2 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY COMMUNITY CORNER THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 06, 2007




Community Corner


Meetings & Events in the Heartlands


PUBLIC MEETINGS
mArcher Meets the 2nd and 4th
Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at
City Hall, 16870 SW 134 Ave.
1Alachua (City) Meets the 1st
and 3rd Monday of each month at 7
p.m. at City Hall.
*Alachua County Meets the 2nd
and 4th Tuesday of each month at 9
a.m. at the County Administration
Building, 12 SE 1st Street, Room
209, Gainesville. Citizen
comments are taken at 9:30 a.m.
and 5:30 p.m.
*Gainesville Meets the 2nd and.
4th Monday of each month at 1
p.m. at City Hall Auditorium, 200
East University Avenue.-
*Hawthorne Meets the 1st
Monday of each month at 6:30
p.m. at City Hall.
EHigh Springs Meets the 2nd
and 4th Thursday of each month at
6:30 p.m. in City Hall:
nLaCrosse Meets the 2nd
Monday of each month at 7:30
p.m. at Town Hall.
nMicanopy Meeti' the 2nd
Tuesday of each month at 7:30
p.m. at Town Hall.
ENewberry Meets the 2nd and
4th Monday of each month at 7
p.m. at City Hall ,
EWaldo Meets the 2nd Tuesday
of each month at 7 P m at Yerkes
Center.


Jesse says, "Every
morning is the dawn
of a new error."

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1AARP Driver Safety
Program monthly classes cost
$10. The two-day, eight-hour
classroom instruction refines
driving skills and, develops
defensive driving techniques.
The three-year certificate
qualifies graduates for an auto
insurance discount. Call 352-
333-3036 for information and to
register for a class. Gainesville
Classes: Sept. 17 & 18, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m.; Sept; 20 & 21, 9 a.m. to 1
p.m.; Oct. 9 & 10, 12 noon to 4
p.m.; Nov. 29 & 30, 9 a.m. to 1
p.m.
nThe Alachua County Crisis
Center is seeking volunteers to
become Crisis Line Counselors.
Sixty hours of in-depth training
are provided. This is an
opportunity to impact the lives of
fellow community members and
to gain life-enhancing
communication skills. The next
training class begins Saturday,
Sept. 8. Contact Ali Martinez at
352-264-6782 or visit
http ://crisiscenter
volunteer.alachuacounty.us for
more information.
EThe Alachua Lions Club
meetings are held weekly on
Thursday at 7 p.m. The weekly
meetings are held at the
clubhouse located at 15115 NW
142 Terrace (Lions Club
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becoming a member of the
Alachua Lions Club, please join
us for a meeting or call 386-462-
7178. Lions are men and women
who volunteer their time to
humanitarian causes in their
local and world community.
ECatherine Lillian Taylor
Memorial Park Join the
Celebration! The Douglass
High School Alumni
Association and the
Community of High Springs
invite you to join in a
Commemorative and Dedica-
tion Service for the late
Catherine L. Taylor. The
commemorative service will be
Friday, Sept. 7 at 7:30 p.m. at Mt.
Olive Missionary Baptist
Church. Dedication of the park
will be Saturday, Sept. 8 at 11
a.m. at the old Douglass School
Site.
Please wear your Douglass
Colors or t-shirts (orange &
black) Fun, Food, & Enjoyment
for everyone.
*Flemming, Osteen,
Raulerson & Crosier Reunion
will be held Sunday, Sept. 16 at
O'leno State Park, High Springs,
FL. Lunch will be between
Noon and 1 p.m. at the dining
hall with a kitchen. The cost will
be $4 to get in for a carload up to
eight people. Please bring food
and drink to share and we will
see you there!
*Girl Scouts of Gateway
Council is having a Sock Hop
on Saturday, September 8 from
2-5 p.m. at the High Springs
Community School Cafeteria.
This event is open to all girls
ages 5 17. Girls do not currently
have to be a Girl Scout to attend,
but must be have a


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'Ynewcower' 'ot
By Linda
Rice
Chapman
ERA Trend
Realty of
High Springs
One of the best ways to
get to know the people in
your new town is by
volunteering. If you want to
grow your business, join the
Alachua Chamber of
Commerce. We meet at
Rick's Fish House on the 1st
Tuesday noon of each
month. RSVP: 386 462
3333. Or perhaps you will
choose to help your
community by joining the
Alachua Lions Club. We
support local youth
activities, (including sports
and boy scouting) and those
with hearing and vision
problems. The Lions Club
holds several fund raising
activities throughout the
year, sponsors scholarships
and also hosts the famous
annual Cattleman's Banquet.
We meet every Thursday
night at the clubhouse at
15115 NW 142 Terrace and
welcome new members
(especially women and
minorities) with open arms,
warm fellowship and great
food from Hitchcock's deli.
Finally, nearest and
dearest to my heart, if you
would like to help third
graders who struggle with
reading and math join us at
Alachua Elementary School
on Tuesdays and/or
Thursday at 1:45 to 3:00
P.M. This program is in its
third year. The last two years'
success was dramatic and
very rewarding for all of the
participants. Call me for
more information.

We are counting down
the days until the
ALACHUA IVY HOUSE
opens!!!!!!!
Linda is a licensed attorney
mediator and realtor. Sop by ERA
Trend Realty, 320 NE Santa Fe
Blvd, High Springs for area maps,
information and all your real estate
needs. Call 352-226-2432. Always
therefore you!
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parent/guardian in attendance for
the entire event. Admission is
free, however a donation of a
new pair of socks or underwear
is welcome.
Don't forget to wear your
rolled jeans, poodle skirts,
scarves, and bobby-socks for an
afternoon filled with 50's fun.
For more information, please
contact Ginger Morgan at 386-
454-4571.
EThe City of High Springs will
hold a park dedication of
Catherine L. Taylor Park, 210
SE Douglas Street, on
Saturday, Sept. 8 from 10:30.
a.m. to 1 p.m. The event will
feature local dignitaries, music
and members of the High
Springs Fire Department hosting
a barbecue featuring hot dogs
and hamburgers. The
community is encouraged to
attend.
EThe High Springs Chapter Of
AARP is meeting on Thursday,
Sept 13, at 10:30 am. Covered
dish luncheon served. Meeting
place is the First Presbyterian
Church fellowship hall on Main
Street. The program presentation
is on donor organs. Contact
information is 386-454-5564.
mHelp out the High Springs
Community School's 5th
Grade Butterfly and Hum-
mingbird garden with
donations from your gardens.
Contact John Fox, 5th Grade
Science teacher at
johnney5@windstream.net.
Community support in our
schools is an essential part of our
success as a community.
lIntroductory Scrapbooking
Workshop/Crop Day...Sign Up
Now...It is Free and Open to


American Cancer Society

EEDS VOLUNTEER DRIVERS
Transport patients to and from treatments.
Must have valid driver's license, safe driving
record & complete training session.

MI Extremely Rewarding Experience.
Call 352-376-6866 Ext. 127
for-more information.


Mark Twain once said,
"People pretend that the Bible means the same
to them at 50 that it did at all former
milestones in their journey.
I wonder how they can lie so."

Join us, over lunch to meet the Bible for the first
time or to become reacquainted with an old friend.

Thursday at noon, beginning Sept. 6.

First Presbyterian Church of Alachua
14623 NW 140th Street www.firstpresalachua.org





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the Public!
High Springs Library
Community Room Saturday,
Sept. 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..
Whether or not you've ever
scrapbooked before, join us for a
fun day learning all about getting
organized and completing quick,
easy beautiful albums.
Tools will be available for
you to use and a beginner class
for anyone who needs help
getting started.
There's .no need to bring
anything but your photos! Call to
register for both you and a friend,
386-935-3487 or 386-935-5363.
You'll get a special gift for
bringing a friend!
To participate in the hands-on
activity, bring three to'five
photos of the same event or
person. You will go home with a
completed ShortStory Card. Call
today to register: 386-935-3487
or 386-935-5363.
*Mebane Homecoming '07
will be holding a Fall Festival
on Saturday .Nov. 24 in
Alachua. Vendors and
organizations are invited to share
expertise and products by
participating in this festival.
Standard booths will be $35. To
reserve a booth or simply get
more information, contact Marie
Calhoun at 386-462-2539.
EThird Annual Orange & Blue
Pageant will be held Friday,
Sept. 14 at the Best Western
Gateway Grand, 4200 NW 97th
Boulevard, Gainesville.
The theme of the pageant is
"Making a Differ ence"
Scholarship Pageant for Young
Ladies Ages 13 to 24.
Junior Miss (13-15) Queen
will receive a $300 prize. Teen
Miss (16-19) will receive a $500
prize. Miss (20-24) Queen will
receive a $1,000 prize.
Applications can be picked
up at these locations: Facials and
More by Jodie at the Best
Western Gateway Grand, 352-
367-0663 or Barbara Franklin,
107 North Main Street,
Gainesville, 352-271-1116.
*Medicare Presentation
SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders), a
service of the Florida Dept. of
Elder Affairs, will present
information about Medicare on
Monday, Sept.17 at 3:30 p.m. at
the High Springs branch library.
If you or a friend or family
member are about to become


eligible for Medicare, you will
have some decisions to make
about options that you can
explore between now and the
end of the year. The Medicare
Part D prescription coverage will
be discussed, as well as
additional sources : of
prescription assistance. Also
presented will be information on
state programs to help pay for
Medicare health and prescription
coverage.
MMOPS (Mothers of
Preschoolers and younger)
welcomes you! Join us on
Tuesday, Sept. 6 and every first
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 11:30
a.m. at High Springs 1st Baptist
Church. Meetings are for moms
between the stages of pregnancy
and with young children of
kindergarten age. Cost is $7 per
meeting (to cover general
operating cost). Childcare
provided.
*The League of Women Voters
of Alachua County/Gainesville
will have its fall luncheon on
Tuesday, Sept. 18 at Sweetwater
Branch Inn, 625 E. University
Avenue, Gainesville.
Judge Stan Morris will speak
on "Judicial Independence and
Accountability." Reservations
are required by Sept. 12 ($25).
For more information, call 352-
317-1936.
EThe Santa Fe High School
Class of 1987 will be celebrating
their 20-year reunion on Oct. 5
and 6. SFHS Homecoming
Game Friday night; Midday
Family Barbecue on Saturday,
and dinner and dancing Saturday
evening. For ticket information,
contact Tina "Frazier" Mallory at
404-819-1936, KatrinaFrazier@
yahoo.com or Kim "Hines" Lege
at 352-262-4879,
kim05569@yahoo.com
EThe North Florida Koi Club
will hold a Koi Auction on
Saturday, Sept. 8 at Jarmon's,
7060 Beach Blvd, between
University Blvd and Parental
Home Rd, in Jacksonville, FL.
Phone 904-724-0350 for
directions. The Auction will start
at 1 p.m. after a club meeting at
noon. Meet some of Florida's
most experienced Koi keepers,
learn about these beautifully
colored "Jewels of the Orient,"
and purchase quality Koi at great
prices. Hot dogs and drinks on
site. For more info call 904-379-
6889 or visit www.nfkc.info.


Ask Your Dentist by Douglas M
The birth of a cavity

The birth of a cavity


Q: How does a cavity get
started?
A: A cavity is caused by the
action of acids on the enamel
surface of the tooth.
Acid in your mouth?
Yes.
Acid is produced when
sugars, mainly in the form of
sucrose in food and beverage,
interact with bacteria that live in
plaque, the filmy substance on
the teeth. The reaction leads to a
loss of calcium and phosphate
from the enamel that protects the
tooth, a process called
demineralization. As this
process repeats itself over many
months, a small patch of
demineralization enamel


eventually collapses. Usually it's
in a spot not readily noticeable,
like in a fissure or groove or
between teeth.
Fluoride, when present in the
mouth, slows down this
demineralization process. ,Left
untreated, the cavity will spread
damage into the dentine, the
softer, more sensitive part of the
tooth under the enamel.
Eventually the decay will
destroy the tooth.
The pain, of course, will
drive you to the dentist. One way
to avoid cavities, also called
dental caries, is to avoid sugars
and to brush and floss faithfully.
Talk with your dentist about
ways to avoid tooth decay.


For more information or free brochures, please call our
office.
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ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY RELIGION THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 06, 2007 A3


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In the fifteenth chapter of I
Corinthians, Saint Paul gives us
the apostolic gospel, i.e., the
Apostles' message concerning
Christ, the kingdom of God, and
salvation. People sometimes
talk about the "simple gospel."
But, in most cases, this
expression means nothing more
than a few crude, unsubstan-
tiated opinions about the gospel.
Since the Christian Church
began, some "simple gospel"
references have been an offense
to reason, a dishonor to God,
and a curse to Christianity. But
when the "simple gospel" is
presented in connection with
the Apostles, it takes on a
different connotation.
The passage in I Corinthians
15:1 is Saint Paul's "simple
gospel," Christianity as he
states it. His letter substantiates
that Christianity is based upon
historical facts. It is not based
on human reason-with any of
its primitive sayings or logical
conclusions. It is not founded
on human imagination, or some
ingenious hypothesis to account
for some type of phenomena;
neither is it some poetic myth
trying to obscure the truth. It
"quite simply" is based on facts.-
These facts are personal.
They are connected with a
person, and that person is not


Simple Gospel"


Socrates, Plato, or Caesar, but
one whom Paul calls Christ.
Saint Paul's Gospel is founded
upon the personal history of
one, and only one, individual-
Jesus, the Christ. And even


though the facts are
few, they are to the
point. Christ "died,"
he was "buried," and
he "rose."
The facts are also
confirmed by more
than one source.
After Christ's
resurrection, Paul
tells us that Jesus
"was seen of Cephas
(Saint Peter)," of
"the twelve," then of
"five hundred," and,
then of "me also."
No facts on record
are better confirmed
than these.


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Church, G
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Christian I
Church


Why did these facts take
place?
What is the aim of the
whole?
Jesus "died for our sins."
The great objective of
Christianity is to "put away sin"
from the world, to put it away
from the hearts, literature,
institutions, customs, and
governments of mankind. Let
sin be put away, and all evil is
put away; natural evil is but the


effect of morality.
Philosophically, there is no
system on earth suited to
destroy man's sinful nature and
to change his heart except
Christianity, and historically,
nothing else has
S ever done it. Let
the fact ring
S louder and louder
** through the world,
that the grand end
of Christianity is
not the formation
of creeds,
however correct,
nor the
organization of
lohn E. societies, however
scriptural -
Anglican C
ainesille. Christianity is to
f the "put away sin."
Episcopal Christianity is'
to be preached
with this end in
mind, "By which also ye are
saved, if ye keep in memory
[holdfast] what Ipreached unto
you,"' and so on. Saint Paul
preached that we all might be
saved, but we can only be saved
as we renounce and hate sin.
The passage in First Corinthians
suggests three ideas in relation
to Paul's preaching with this
view in mind. First, he
preached Christianity
convincingly. He. says, "The


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gospel which I preached unto
you, which also ye... received "
They believed his gospel; then
he must have convinced them
by his preaching. Christianity
in preaching is to be extolled
"to every man's conscience."
Second, Saint Paul preached
Christianity scripturally. He put
forward the facts in the light of
the Scriptures, "according to


of Saint Paul


the Scriptures. And third, he
preached Christianity humbly.
The expression "been out of due
time" shows us his humility;
and then in the next verse he
says, "For I am the least of the
apostles, that I am not meet to
be called an apostle."
We thank God for such a
system as this-a system built
not on propositions, but on


facts, personal, few in number,
but well attested. Such facts are
obvious and attractive, giving
us a system which cures the
evils of the moral world by
taking away its sins. Let it be
preached, as Saint Paul
preached it-convincingly,
scripturally, and humbly.
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Alachua church of Christ
14505 NW 145th Avenue
Sunday Bible Classes 9:30 a.m.
Assembly at 10:30 a.m.
Evening Service 6 p.m.
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Ministers: Gene Burgett & Lany Pahman
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1 0:30 1-:00am
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Wednesday
Student Mni:try 7:13pm

First United Methodist Church
Hwy 441 S, High Springs
Sunday School: 10 a,m.,
Contemporary Worship: 8:45 a.m.,
Traditional Worship 11 a.m.,
Youth Fellowship: 5p.m.
Wed. Youth Fellowship 6:45 p.m.
Church offers transportation to & from services.
Youth/Childrens Director: Holly Erskine
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New St. Mary Missionary
Baptist Church
13800 NE 158th Avenue, Alachua 32616
Rev. Daniel H. McNish, Pastor
Phone & FAX (386) 462-7129
Services: Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Moving Worship 11 am.-lst, 2nd, 3rd Sunday
Quarterly 11 am. 4th Sun. Birthday Rally
Service; Tuesday Evening 7 p.m. Prayer
Meeting & Bible Study
St. Bartholomew's
Episcopal Church O
Anglican Tradition i
Sunday Services at 10 a.m.
105 NW 2nd St. (next door
to High Springs City Hall)
Father David Kidd
(386) 454-9812
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A parish ofthe Christian Episcopal Church
Where worship is our central act
Where the apostolic tradition is upheld
Where we kneel to pray
Where worshipful music is the standard
Where traditional liturgy is the norm
Where the Holy Scriptures
are proclaimed
Where a prayerful and quiet
atmosphere is provided
Where traditional values are taught
Where we seek to proclaim a risen
Savior in our daily life and work
Come Join Us
Bible Study 9:30 am. Sunday 10:30 a.m.
and other special services as announced.
8100 SW Archer Road (Shrine Club)
(352) 317-5757 www.AllsaintsXnEC.org

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Fellowship
SChurch
Contemporary Praise & Worship
Bible Study at 9:30 a.m.
Worship at 10:45 a.m.
16916 NW US Hwy 441, High Springs
386454-1700 www.FellowshipOnline.org

Foundation Chapel Church
of God by Faith
Sunday: Sunday School 10 p.m.; Mid-Day
Worship 11:30 am.; Children's Church 6 p.m.;
Evening Worship6 p.m.; Thesday: YSB 7 p.m.
Wednesday: Outreach Fellowship Dinner 6
p.m.; General Prayer Service 7:30 p.m.
13220 NW 150th Avenue, Alachua
Pastor Willie J. McKnight, Sr. 462-2549

Service Times
Sunday 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday 7:30 p.nm.
Youth Service Wed. 7:30 p.m.


Senior Pastors: Edwin & Angela Anderson
386-454-1563
www.impactfamilych urch.com
0 NW US 441 a Berween High Springs & Alachua


North Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
25330 NW CR239 (1/4 mi north of CR236)
(386) 462-3317 edwin3441@cox.net
Rev. Edwin A. Gardner, Pastor
Sun. Breakfast 9:30 am.; Sun. School 9:45 a.m.;
Worship 10:45 a.m.; Spanish Sunday School 2:30
p.m.; Spanish worship 3:30 p.m.; Spanish Supper
4:30 p.m.; Choir Rehearsal 5 p.m.; Evening Service
6 p.m.; Weds. Bible Study 7 p.m.
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St. John's United
Methodist Church
Open Arms, Loving Hearts
& Helping Hands.,
SSunday School: 10 a.m.
Sunday Service: 11 a.m.
On CR 239 about 1/4 mile north
of NW CR 236 in Alachua
WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT 386-462-8454
Pastor Mike Lee


Calvary Baptist Church
Independent
Hwy 441 1-1/2 miles South ofAlachua
Sunday 10 am., 11 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Wednesday 7 p.m.
Verse by Verse Preaching
Traditional Christian Music
Pastor Marty Basinger (386) 462-2966

8hristian cLife 'Fellowship
Assembly of God
Contemporary Worship/Ministry All Ages
Sunday: SS 9:30 a.mJWorship 10:30 am.
Wed. 7 p.nk./Children/Youth/Adults
19817 W. Newberry Rd. (4 mi. E. of
Newberry, 4 mi. W. of Jonesville)
(352) 472-5433
www.clfbest.org

First Baptist Church
of Alachua
Impacting Lives for Christ
Sunday: Small Group Bible
Study 9:30 'a.m.,
Worship: 10:45 a.m.
Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 6:30 p.m.
HWY235 SouthAlachua 462-1337

Grace Community Church (PCA)
ANew Church in WesemAlachua County
Pastor Ty Keys
22405 W. Newberry Road in
Milam Funeral Home's Chapel
(352) 472-9500
Worship: Sunday 9a.m.
For info go to www.gracecommunityPCA.org
Reaching Out with the Love of Christ by Lifting Up
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Legacy baptist Church
S lIll '. I ;. 1 The Alachua Women's
Club, 255 S. Main St., Alachua
( r, nidi i's, ., .., School- 9:30 am
( u11111 ,11 I 10:30 am
Family rII-i. '.ini 6:30 pn
Pastor John Jernigan (386)454-5529
www.legacybaptistch urch.org

'PASSAGE Ministries
"Reaching people where they are...
And receiving them as they are...
Pastor George Dix, Jr.
Praise & Worship: Sunday 11 a.m.
Bible Study/Prayer: Wednesday 7 p.m.
PASSAGE Family Church
2020 NE 15 Street Gainesville
(352) 514-7047


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SCongregational Prayer: 10 am. Praise & Worship: 10:30 a.m. Morning Service: 11 a.m.
Children's Church: 11 a.m. Bible Study: Wed Evening 7 p.m.
Bible Study location announced Sunday For information call: (352) 318-2208

CHRIST'S ANGLICAN CHURCH Corinth Baptist Church
... seeking the Lord as He 5577 NW 290 Street, Newberry
wills to be found ... Pastor Henry M. Rodgers
3 S C ounty Rod 778 (352) 472-7770 or (352) 495-2510
323 S.W. County Road 778 Sunday: Sunday School 10 am., Morning
High Springs, Florida 32643 Worship 11a.m., Evening Worship 7 p.m.
(386) 454-1845 Wednesday: Pioneer Club & Dinner
www.anglican-fellowship.org (ages 3 to high school) 6:30 p.m.
SUNDAY WORSHIP 10 a.m. Prayer and Bible Study 7 p.m.
Choir Practice 8:15 p.m.

First Presbyterian First United Methodist
iV Church Church ofAlachua
of Alachua 14805 NW 140th Street 462-2443
Rev. Virginia McDaniel, Pastor Rev. Rob Atchley, Pastor
14623 NW 140 Street JeffVan Valey, Youth & Children's Minister
(386) 462-1549 Worship, 8:30 am. & 11 am.
Sunday School 9 a.m., Worship Service Sunday School 9:45 am.
10:30 a.m. Nursery provided. Sunday Youth Events, 4:30 p.m.
www.firstpresalachua.org www.gbgm-umc.org/alachuafumc

Hare Krishna Temple HIGH SPRINGS CHURCH
International Society for Krishna OF CHRIST
Consciousness (ISKCON) 520 NE Santa Fe Boulevard
Founder Acarya His Divine Grace Bible Classes for All Ages 9:30 am.
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada Worship 10:30 am.
3 miles north ofAlachua on State Road 235 Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Sunday Services 3:15-7 p.m.: Lecture, Wednesday Bible Classes 7p.m.
meditation, chanting, and free vegetarian highspringscofc@alltel.net
feast. Open to the public. (386) 462-2017 Minister: Wayne Rodgers (386)454-2930

Living.Hope in Christ New Oak Grove Baptist Church
Outreach Ministries Sunday School 10 am., Worship 11 am.,
1120 S. Main Street, High Springs Evening Service 6 p.m.
Located onHwy 27across from Tumblemania Wednesday Fellowship Meal 6 p.m.
Tues.: Bible Study 7 p.m.; Prayer Mtg/Bible Study 7 p.m.
Tues.: Prayer Meeting 8 p.m.; RAs, GAs & Students 7 p.m.
Sun.: Hour of Power 9 a.m., SundayNurser Provided
School 10 a.m., Services 11 a.m. Nursery Provided
1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays Evening Services 4 p.m. Bill Woods, Interim Pastor
Pastor Larry Cannady, Sr. (386) 454-4169 386-462-3390 18105 NW 262Avenue

Services
Sunday: 11:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
Children's Church 11:30 a.m.
S-Li Wednesday:
Assembly of od Adult & Children Bible Study 7 p.m.
Located at 14200 NW 148th Place Consumed Youth Service 7 p.m.
Downtown Alachua Nursery provided for all services.
www.riveroflifeassembly.org Pastor Greg Evans 352-870-7288


St. Luke A.M.E. Church
Wednesday- 7:00 P.M. Family Study
Sunday Services 9:45 a.m. Church School
11 a.m. Morning Worship
Rev. James R. Watkins, Pastor
Theme: Knowing and Growing"
14950 Martin Luther King Blvd/Hwy 441
386.462.2732(church) 386.462.4396 (Fax)
stlukeamechurch@alltel.net


St. Madeleine Catholic Church
Mass Schedule: -Saturday Vigil 5 p.m.,
Sunday 7:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.,
Tuesday 7 p.m., Weekdays Mon, Wed
and Fri 8:30 a.m. No Mass Thursday.
Confession: Saturday 45 min. prior to
Mass or anytime on request
3210 N.E. Santa Fe Boulevard
(U.S. Hwy. 441), High Springs
(386) 454-2358


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A4 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 06, 2007
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High Springs Police
Chief Ramutis F. "Ray"
Kaminskas

Ramutis F. "Ray"
Kaminskas died Saturday,
September 1, 2007 in North
Florida Regional Medical
Center, Gainesville. He was 57.
He was born in Wurtzburg,
West Germany and had lived
here for the past four years
coming from St. Petersburg,
Florida. He was a member of
the Florida Police Chief's
Association, President FPCA
District 17, F.O.P., Knights of


Columbus and the Fort White
Gun Club. He was of the
Catholic faith.
Survivors include his wife,
Deborah Kaminskas of Fort
White; his mother, Nataliza
Kaminskas of Euclid, Ohio;
two daughters, Elizabeth
"Beth" Snead and Kathleen
"Katie" Kaminskas, both of
Largo, Florida; one sister,
Ausra Kaminskas of Eastlake,
Ohio.
Memorial services for Mr.
Kaminskas will be conducted at
11 a.m., Tuesday, September
11, 2007 in the First Baptist
Church of High Springs.


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Hope Kenyon and James
Murray of Alachua announce the
birth of their son, James Carl. He ,
was born on Aug. 31, 2007 at
3:08 p.m. He weighed 7 pounds
4 ounces and measured 21
inches.
Proud grandparents are Jarrett
and Theresa Kenyon of Alachua,
James and Lisa Murray of
Alachua and Victoria Murray of
Gainesville.


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Drumm: McIver's experience was an

asset during interview process


dependable is essential for the organization to be
successful," said McIver.
High Springs City Manager Jim Drumm said
McIver's experience in detailed accounting was
something that stood out to hitn during the
interview process that included two other
candidates. Drumm explained that working in a
finance department as small as High Springs
often requires extra hours of work and believes
McIver has the determination for the department
to function successfully.
"When you have only two staff members it's


very often you have to put those hours in," said
Drumm.
McIver said she's still trying to get situated in her
new position, but said the entire staff has been
wonderful to her during her first few days on the
job. She said her goal as Finance Director is to
bring quality work to the city and to have
continued improvements in City Hall's daily
operations.
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requests memorial donations be
made to the American Heart
Association, 3801 NW 40
Terrace, Suite B, Gainesville,
FL 32607 or the charity of
choice.
. Arrangements are under the
direction of Evans-Carter
Funeral Home, High Springs.

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she actually has one-and-a-half
great grandchildren as she's
anticipating the newest addition
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Alachua. She started working
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under a previous owner before
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the same location eight years
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According to Miller, the
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today. Miller said she's seen
the city grow tremendously
over the years', especially with
the influx of new businesses
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KAMINSKAS: Di
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evening. Kaminskas was
transported to North Florida
Regional Medical Center and
was pronounced dead at 8:55
p.m. with his family, members
of the High Springs Police
force, and officers from other
local law enforcement agencies
at his side.
Last month Kaminskas took
a leave of absence due to health
problems, but recently returned
to the police department
working on a limited basis.
Before arriving in High
Springs, Kaminskas served with
the Clearwater Police
Department where he started his
career in 1972. Kaminskas
retired from the department
with the rank of Captain in
February 1994. After leaving
Clearwater Kaminskas accepted
a position in Illinois with the
Village of LaGrange Police
S Department.
After spending time in
Illinois Kaminskas moved back
to the Sunshine State as Chief of
Police for the Crystal River
Police Department in Citrus
County serving in that capacity
from 1996 to 1999. Kaminskas
then moved to the St. Petersburg
Beach Police Department for
three years before his arrival in
High Springs. Kaminskas
earned a bachelors degree in
criminal justice from the
University of South Florida and
completed required classroom
S hours for a masters degree in
criminal justice from the same
institution.
High Springs Police
spokesperson Gordon Fulwood
said Kaminskas' unexpected
death came as a shock. He said


rumm: Police department has shown professionalism while mourning


the chief's passing still has not
registered fully with the
department's employees.
"It still has not clearly sunk
in," said Fulwood.
Fulwood said Kaminskas
was a shining example to the
people who worked for him.
"He was a perfect example
of what a Chief of Police should
be," noted Fulwood.
According to Fulwood,
Kaminskas quickly fell in love
with the small town atmosphere
High Springs offered once he
assumed the chief's position
from previous High Springs
Police Chief Thomas Wolfe.
'Fulwood said Kaminskas was
proud to be a member of the
High Springs community.
"He found a home here and
was very happy here,"
commented Fulwood.
Fulwood said Kaminskas
helped the department grow in
personnel along with expanding
the fleet of patrol cars for the
force. He praised Kaminskas'
intelligence and the knowledge
he brought to the department.
"He was an encyclopedia of
knowledge when it came to law
enforcement," said Fulwood.
High Springs City
Commissioner Jim Gabriel said
he was saddened when he heard
the news of Kaminskas'
passing. Gabriel said
Kaminskas set a high bar of
professionalism in the
department during his four
years at the helm. Gabriel said
Kaminskas came to the
department at a time High
Springs was going through a
transition phase, and believed
the chief rose to the occasion


during the transition period.
"He did a great job during
that transition," added Gabriel.
Commissioner Larry Travis
mentioned Kaminskas's death
came as a surprise to him
especially after hearing that the
chief's health was improving.
"I was shocked. You're
never ready for that," said
Travis.
The Commissioner said
Kaminskas brought outstanding
organizational skills to the
police department and was a
good fit for High Springs.
Commissioner Byran
Williams was on the selection
committee four years ago when
High Springs was searching for
a new police chief. During the
search process Williams said he
was impressed with Kaminskas'
administrative skills during
interviews. He said
Kaminskas's death leaves a void
in the community.
"Hle will be missed," said
Williams.
High Springs Police Officer
Mike Coulon said he was out of
town when he heard news of
Kaminskas's death and it came
as a shock to him as well.
"I couldn't believe it. It was
so sudden," said Coulon.
. Coulon said he had met with
Kaminskas on Friday and he
was jovial and cracking jokes.
Coulon, who joined the police
department a year ago after
working several years for the
Alachua Police Department,
credited Kaminskas for the
opportunity to resume a career
in law enforcement after being
out of the profession for a few
years.


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Keeping positions vacant


to save money


"The man gave me a chance
when nobody else would," said
Coulon.
High Springs City Manager
Jim Drumm said the mood in
the police department has been
solemn.
"It's very calm and somber.
Everyone is mourning in their
own personal way," said
Drumm.
Drumm said Kaminskas
instilled pride in the
department's officers and
challenged police personnel to
reach a higher standard of
excellence. Drumm said the
chief stressed education to
employees at the department.
"He really encouraged
education in the special areas of
law enforcement," said Drumm.
Even during this time of
mourning Drumm said
everyone in the department has
continued to perform their
duties in a professional manner,
and added the chief would have
it no other way.
"Everyone's been
professional and able to perform
their duties. That's the way the
Chief would want it," said
Drumm.
Coulon said the department
'will pull together and become
an even stronger police force.


The late HSPD Chief Ray Kaminskas (far right) is pictured along
with fellow officers of the department and a mound of evidence
collected during an investigation last year.


"We're all going to miss
him, but the department will
definitely pull itself together
and be stronger as a
department," said Coulon.
Kaminskas, who was born in
West Germany, but raised in the
United States, is survived by his
wife Deborah, daughters
Elizabeth and Kathleen of
Largo, Florida, his sister Ausra
Kaminskas of Eastlake, Ohio,
and mother Nataliza Kaminskas
of Euclid, Ohio.


A memorial service in
Kaminskas' honor will be held
on Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 11 a.m.
at the First Baptist Church of
High Springs. In lieu of flowers
the family requests memorial
donations be made to the
American Heart Association,
3801 NW 40th Terrace, Suite B,
Gainesville, Florida 32607.
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staffing levels to deal with the projected cuts in
tax revenue. Alachua, meanwhile, hasn't cut any
positions according to Watson.
"What we've done is essentially frozen some
of the vacant positions.
"Keeping the positions unfilled for now will
allow us to save some money and stay within our
means," said Watson.
Pointing to a diverse tax base, Watson said
Alachua is feeling the pinch of the property tax
reform, but its effects have not been as
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The following information was
provided by Alachua Police
Department (APD) Detective
Darry Lloyd
Warrant Arrest
*On Aug. 29, 2007 at 6:58p.m.,
officers made contact with 51-year-
old Steve Minney of Alachua at
14423 US Highway 441. A
computer check revealed that
Minney had an active warrant out
of St Johns County for failure to
appear with no bond. Minney was
arrested without incident
*On Aug. 301:. 2:(07 at 9:59 am.,
officers made contact with 43


year-old Dave Washington of
Alachua at NW 154 Ave.and NW
133 Terrace. A computer check
revealed that Washington had an
outstanding warrant for driving
while license suspended/revoked
with a $3,000 bond. Washington
was arrested without incident
Habitual Traffic Offender
Arrest
*On Aug. 31, 2007 at 6:19 p.m,
officers made contact ith 36-\ ear-
old Richard Holles for operating a
motor vehiclee \ith a ciacked
windshield A computer check
revealed that Holle\'s license had
been suspended hie times Holley
xs, listed as a habitual traffic


offender. Holley was arrested
without incident for driving while
license suspended/revoked.
Newberry Man Arrested for
Fleeing/Attempting to Elude
Police caught by Police K-9
*On Sept 3, 2007 at 10:33 p.m,
officers stopped a red Ford at CR
2054 and NW 136 Terrace for
operating with defective or
inoperative headlights. As officers
approached the vehicle the driver,
later identified as 44-year-old
Bruce Munson of Newberr.
threw an object out of the windo\
Officers then observed a male
subject flee from the vehicle.
Munson then fled from officers for


POLICE REPORTS


five blocks. Officers located
Munson's Ford truck at the dead-
end street on NW 136 Terrace.
Officer Cesar and K-9 Kaiser
located Munson several minutes
later in awooded area. Officers also
located the male that fled from the
vehicle, a 15-year-old juvenile. The
juvenile told officers that Munson
told him to get out of the car
because he was going to run from
police. Munson was arrested for
fleeing/attempting to elude police
and driving while license
suspended/revoked. Munson was
arrested without incident.
High Springs Police Department
To.day Statt Report
The milbriationi beow ir has
been compiled based on police
reports piovidced h the High
Spi ings Polce DLcrvrent


nOn Sept. 2 at 7:40 p.m., High
Springs police officers conducted a
traffic stop inthe 200 block of Main
Street of a vehicle driven by 49-
year-old Kenneth Boutin of High
Springs. Police observed Boutin
driving in an erratic manner and
failing to drive within a single lane.
Once contact was made with
Boutin itwas discovered his drivers
license was suspended. Police
issued several citations to Boutin.
*On Aug. 27 at 3:25 am., High
Springs police officers performed a
routine traffic stop in the 300 block
ofNE Ist A\ enue A Ford E\plorer
dri\ en b\ 29-N ear-old Luis
Cardona \\as pulled o\er for
speeding During the traffic stop it
\\as discovered that Cardona's
license expired in 20I06. Police
issued Caidona a citation and a
summons to appear in court.
*On Aug 310 at 11:-4" a.m. High


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Safety on the way to school
Children in this age group have Organizing responsible adults school
not developed the skills and to accompany the children as they Provide crossing guards for
The number one reason experience to navigate traffic walkto and from school, children on their way to and from
parents do not allow their children safely and judge speed and Teaching and practicing safe school.
to walk to school is a fear for their distance. Therefore, it is important pedestrian behavior on the walk to In addition to traffic safety,
safety. The safety of children as to teach and practice safe and from school. fear of bullies or strangers lurking
pedestrians is a real concern. Data pedestrian skills with our children Empowering neighborhoods in our neighborhoods may affect a
from the National Highway as well as provide responsible to work together with local parent's willingness to allow their
Traffic Safety Administration adult supervision as they travel to agencies, such as the department children to walk to school. By
shows that one-fourth of children and from school. Here are some of public works, to identify and encouraging children to walk in
between the ages of five and nine ideas to increase your children's create safe routes to school. groups accompanied by adults, the
who were killed in traffic crashes safety. Partnering with local law risk of danger is decreased in these
in 1998 were pedestrians. Encouraging children to walk enforcement to enforce speeds in situations.
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Johnny
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Hispanic Male,
5'4", 1/19/72
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Damage Prop.-
Criminal
Mischief, Grand
Theft


German
Rosember
Hispanic Male,
5'10",
06/28/1980
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Possess cocaine,
Possess
marijuana


Tiki Monique Curtis Leon
Albritton Davis
White Female, Black Male,
08/19/83 04/24/65
5'06", 150 lbs 6'00", 200 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Hair, Brown Eyes
BrownBrown EyesEyes
Brown Eyes


Currently
wanted for:
Sale of Cocaine,
Possession of
Cocaine


Currently
wanted for:
Traffic in
Cocaine, Sale of
Cocaine,
Possession of
Weapon by
Convicted Felon


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Archie D.
Gilliam
Black Male,
12/03/80
6'01", 180 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Fraud: Fail to
Redeliver
Leased Property


Keith
Sheppard
Black Male,
12/30/68
5'07", 170 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Possession with Intent
to Sell Cocaine, Resist
Officer Without
Violence, Provide
False Name, Driving
While License
Suspended


Jamard
Novelions
Baker
Black Male,
08/22/80
5'05", 320 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Possession with
Intent to Sell
Cocaine x2, Fail to
Appear on Bail,
Driving While
License Suspended
Habitual


Schwana
Renae
Smith
Black Female,
07/14/72
5'02", 130 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Negligent
Manslaughter


James Michael A.
Baker Collins
Black Male, White Male,
5'07", 5'8", 6/03/82
08/14/1965 Black Hair,
Black Hair, Brown Eyes
Brown Eyes


Currently
wanted for;
Fraud


Currently
wanted for:
Cocaine-Possess


Terry Nicholas
Freeman Zammas
White Male, White Male,
6', 5'7", 125
01/26/1969 Brown Hair,
Brown Hair, Brown Eyes
Blue Eyes


Currently
wanted for:
Narcotic
equipment
possession


Currently
wanted for:
Fraud


Faith V. Dominick J.
Rhim Vasquez
Black Female, White Male,
5'3", 5'11",
10/09/83 11/01/79
Black Hair, Black Hair,
Brown Eyes Brown Eyes


Currently
wanted for:
Battery


Currently
wanted for:
Cocaine-Possess


Custer
Grubbs
White Male,
6'2", 11/9/84
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Grand Theft


Nicholas
Mclocklin
White Male,
6', 06/02/86
Blond Hair,
Hazel Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Grand Theft


What should I do?


Review the pictures above. If you know the
location of any of these wanted individuals, please
contact the Combined Communications Center at
352-955-1818 or remain anonymous by calling
Crime Stoppers at 352-372-STOP.


Callers are eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.
DO" NOT APPROACH OR ATTEMPT TO
APPREHEND ANY OF THESE INDIVIDUALS.
IF NECESSARY, CALL 911.


Springs police officers made
contact with 18-year-old High
Springs resident Veronica
Murphy at 23151 NW 179th
Place. Murphy had an active
Alachua Count L, .arrant for
burglary and theft. Police
transported MulIrph, to the Alachia
County Jail \\ here she was being
held on 20, 11It) bond
*On Aug. Hat 7:15 p.m., High
Springs police officers made
contact ,Aith 19-year-old Bell
resident Michael Zawko and 20-
) ear-old Trenton resident Bryan
\illis at the S &v S con\ enience
store located at 9.15 South NMain
Street. After conLtct "as made
both indi' idua.s t\ere charged \ith
s\\om cmnpla;ntsI of po-session of
alcohol uinder 21. along \\ith drug
and marijuaria possession.
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A8 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 06, 2007


The commission is facing an
uncertain future as
commissioners will discuss on
Sept. 13 options about filling
DePeter's seat. Options
previously mentioned include
leaving the seat vacant or
appointing an interim
commissioner until
November's election.
The series of unusual events
started in April with City
Manager Jim Drumm's decision
to place Jewell on leave of
absence. due to numerous
alleged safety and personnel
violations. Jewell eventually
resigned from his position in
June, and is currently being
investigated by the State
Attorney's Office for possible
criminal violations. Three
months after Jewell's
resignation the fire department
remains without a chief.
High Springs also faces an
uncertain future with its
upcoming fiscal year budget.
Due to budget cuts mandated by


Area man gave Gregory $200


"I wanted to do something that would
touch people in a unique way," said Gregory.
Setting out on the trip Sept. 1, 2006, a year
later Gregory found himself walking into High
Springs where he says he was graciously
welcomed a theme he's found common
along his journey. While in High Springs,
Gregory met a man he only knew as "Cal."
Like many of the people Gregory has met in
the last year, Cal had a poignant story to tell.
Gregory's running into Cal seemed almost
destined to occur. Gregory said Cal mentioned
that he had not been to Floyd's Diner in quite
some time and lost his wife to cancer just last
week. Cal treated the hiker to dinner at
Floyd's and later allowed him to stay in his
home overnight. Tuesday, Cal dropped
Gregory back where he met him and gave the
young hiker $200 for food and other
necessities to continue his trip.
By Tuesday afternoon, Gregory was well
on his way to Gainesville, hauling a full-scale
backpack' loaded with clothes, a tent, the
necessary goodies to keep a hiker on the go
and a lot more. Gregory carries with him a
digital video camera and a cell phone so he can
keep in touch with family, friends and others.
About Matt Gregory
As he passed through Alachua, Gregory
paused long enough to conduct an interview
and tell his own story.
Gregory was born prematurely because his
mother had leukemia in 1979. She received a
bone marrow transplant and survived cancer
until 1999 when she died of melanoma. As
time pressed on Gregory wanted to find away
to remember his mother and raise awareness.
Years after his mother's passing, and at the
urging of a longtime friend, Gregory finally
decided to set out on an adventure to cross
America on foot.
Gregory holds a bachelor of arts in social
science from Westem Oregon University and
had worked for a beverage distributor in
Washington before he literally walked away to
raise money for cancer research.
Having walked 4,400 miles so far,
Gregory's trip is garnering plenty of attention.
Some 50-plus newspapers and other media
outlets have interviewed Gregory, bringing his
story to millions.
"It's hard to say how many people I've
met, but I would estimate .it to be in the
thousands," Gregory said.
He's slept in 85 households, often for more
than one night at a time. Since coming, to
Florida, Gregory said he's had to camp in his
tent only a few times. Gregory is now on his
second backpack which was provided by his
sponsor, Gregory Backpacks, because his first
pack was worn out. And while Gregory may
be thousands of miles from home, he
maintains daily contact with his father and
nine-year-old brother in Oregon.
Meeting Others
It's no surprise that several thousand miles
of walking would introduce Gregory to


strange encounters, but few can
compare to some of the people
he's met along the way. Gregory
met one man from France and
another Slovenia. Each of the
men was on a journey to bike
around the world. One of them
started in Argentina, while the
other was bound for Argentina.
Even more strangely, the two
cyclists had coincidentally run
into each other in Nicaragua.
While traveling through
Houston, Texas, Gregory was
featured by news media which
caught the attention of a Houston
Astros box suite holder. Gregory
was taken to the game by a couple
who purchased a ticket for him.
But a man with a corporate suite
noticed Gregory and invited the
'hiker over. It was in the corporate
suite that Gregory said he met and
spoke with Astros team owner,
Drayton McLean.
"[Drayton McLean] joked
.that if his team doesn't start
playing better he'll be walking
with me," said Gregory.
Famous or not, Gregory said


he's learned a lot about people.
S"Through this trip, I've learned that people
are really nice and don't want to hurt you.
"It's really cool that there are so many
caring and giving people -out there," said
Gregory.
A Documentarian
Gregory is more than your average hiker.
With his digital video camera in tow, he
selectively filrs and shoots photos as he plans
a documentary. Gregory hopes the
documentary, which he's aiming to complete
in a year, will also raise money for cancer
research.
"I'm the kind of person that really likes to
see something through to the end," said
Gregory.
A quick glance at Gregory's website,
MyWalkingAdventure.com, demonstrates
his dedication to the project. He posts
regularly to a blog on his website and one
could spend hours perusing the photos he's
snapped across the country.
A Change of Plans
It is perhaps by chance that Gregory is
passing through Alachua County. The Pacific
Northwest native had originally planned to
continue from the panhandle of Florida
eastward toward Jacksonville where he would
walk along the coastal area of Florida.
While in Tallahassee, however, Gregory
made connections with a Gainesville couple -
one of whom attends the University of Florida
while the other commutes to Florida State
University. He plans to spend a few days with
the Gainesville couple as he awaits the arrival
of an order of business cards which are being


BRYAN BOUKARI/Alachua County Today
After pausing a few minutes for an interview, Gregory
continues on his trek from High, Springs to Gainesville


printed by a print shop owner he met when
passing through Texas.
Originally planning to end his trip in
Miami, Gregory has since extended it to Key
West, Florida and expects to arrive there in late
October. With daily treks ranging from 10-15
miles recently, the hiker with a cause isn't
certain if he'll proceed to Florida's east coast
from Ocala or Orlando. Either way, he's likely
to continue meeting hospitable folks who'll.
lend him a place to sleep or help out with a
meal s he pass-es through the sunshine state.
Raising Money
Gregory hopes to raise $100,000 for
cancer research and has managed to pick up
$7,500 so far.
"1 really think Florida could take me
there," Gregory commented about the
prospects of raising the balance of his goal.
"As I get closer to the end of this trip, I
seem to be getting a lot more attention and I
hope that will. motivate people to donate," he
said.
Donations can be made through links on
Gregory's site, MyWalkingAdventure.com.
Gregory urges people to donate in Carolyn
Gregory's name to Fred Hutchinson Cancer
Research Center.
Gregory hands business cards out freely,
requiring nothing in return. But with each card
Gregory hands out, he remains optimistic the
person receiving it will be touched enough to
contribute to the funding of cancer research
which could one day save the life of another.
# # #


the Florida Legislature the city
has been forced to cut or
consolidate city positions and
departments. One of the
possible repercussions from the
budget cuts may include fewer
police patrols during evening
hours and a longer response
time for officers to respond to
emergency calls.
High Springs officials
maintain the changes the city
has experienced in recent
months are part of a cycle that
all cities and towns experience
yearly.
Drumm said the retirements
of some longtime employees
and employees who leave to
take positions elsewhere
contribute to a city's periodic
transition. But Drumm does
admit it's been an unusual year
of changes for the city. The city
manager said that it's often hard
to plan and prepare for some of
the changes that happen.
With Kaminskas' death
leaving the chief of police


position vacant along with the
already existing fire chief
vacancy, Drumm said the city
will take its time filling both
positions.
"We're not going to jump to
fill the positions," said Drumm
on Tuesday.
Drumm said High Springs is
a city that has seen changes in
its history and has shown
resiliency during. challenging
times.
"The city of High Springs is
resilient and the city will be
fine," Drumm assured.
High Springs Commissioner
Jim Gabriel said the events that
have occurred in High Springs
during the last several months
are similar, to events and
changes that a person goes
through in life. According to
SGabriel, High Springs has to
deal with the changes while
maintaining a professional
approach inside City Hall on a
daily basis.
Commissioner Larry Travis,


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who will become High Springs
Mayor on Monday, feels
positive about the direction of
the city. "I feel good about
where the city is heading," said
Travis.
Commissioner Byran
Williams classifies the changes
High Springs is experiencing as
a transition phase. Williams
credits City Manager Drumm
for the job he's done in the last
several months.
Longtime High Springs city
attorney Jim Pendland believes
the changes and events that
have taken place in the city are
part of a gradual evolution of a
community that is still growing
and developing.
# # #


GREGORY:
Continued from page Al


By DAN REID
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS High
Springs City Commissioners
are currently reviewing a
proposed adult entertainment
ordinance that would classify
where sex shops can operate in
the city, and questions loom
about where those areas might
be.
One highlight of the
ordinance is the required
distance between an adult
business location and
residentially zoned land,
churches, schools, and daycare
facilities. According to the
draft, adult businesses would be
required to be located 500 or
more feet away from those
sensitive areas. The distances
were chosen to minimize the
exposure of children and others
to an adult entertainment store.
The only eligible location a sex
shop could locate is primarily
in industrial areas.
However, a question
remains. What if a church.
school, or daycare facility)
decides to locate in one of the
eligible industrial area<'
According to High Springs City
Planner Christian Popoli, if an
adult business opens prior to a
church or school locating in the
same area, the church or school
would have to find another
location. If a church, school, or
daycare center is already in one
of the eligible industrial areas
prior to a sex shop opening, the
facilities would have to be


buffeted by at least 500 feet
from the adult business.
High Springs City Attorney
Jim Pendland sees the proposed
ordinance being tweaked once
it officially becomes law so it
can maintain its
constitutionality and be legally
defensible in a court of law.
When asked if he sees a church,
daycare center. or school
locating in an industrial zone
where a sex shop can open,
Pendland said he doesn't see
that happening.
"In reality I don't see
churches running to industrial
zones to prevent adult
businesses.
In the comiing weeks it's
expected the Cit\ of High
Springs will be hosting
workshops on the issue to listen
to citizen's concerns and ask
questions specific to the adult
entertainment ordinance.
Five months ago High
Springs Commissioners passed
a moratorium that would
prevent adult businesses from
locating in the area for si\
months, the fifth such
moratorium the Comminsion
has approved limiting adult
businesses from entering the
area.
High Springs is currently under
the With the current
moratorium set to expire in late
October, city officials are
optimistic the ordinance will
become law before the
moratorium expires.
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Raiders win
Over Ocala
Forest, avenge
preseason loss


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Panthers rally to sink Raiders |


BY THE NUMBERS


Photos by RICK BABSTON/Alachua County Today
Above Left: Santa Fe's Will Scaff looks to throw a pass as Newberry senior Antwan Ivey applies pressure last
Friday night in Newberry. Above: Panther Boris Hadly strips the ball from Raider running back Kenya Carter in
Newberry's 27-7 win last Friday. Carter did not play most of the second half due to a knee injury.


SCORING BY QUARTER
1 2 3 4


* Newberry scored 27
unanswered points in
the second half
By CLIFF OLSEN
Today Sports Writer
NEWBERRY Totaling 94 yards
of offense, while being hit with 95
penalty yards on 10 infractions, in
addition to having a touchdown called


back and starting quarterback Guy
Brown injured was not the first-half
performance the Newberry High
School football team was hoping for
during its season opener with Santa Fe
last Friday night.
On top of that, the Panthers, which
are ranked No.2 in the latest Class 2B
state poll, faced a seven-point deficit
at halftime.


However, the second half was a
different story for Newberry, which
rushed for 308 yards in the final 24
minutes and scored 27 unanswered
points to sink the Raiders, 27-7 in
front of a packed house at Panther
Stadium.
Antwan Ivey, the Panthers' first-
team all-state running back, ran for
FOOTBALL on page B4


Chiefland dumps Newberry


m Panthers open
season with three
straight losses
By CLIFF OLSEN
Today Sports Writer
NEWBERRY In its first
two matches of the season,
both losses, the Newberry
High School volleyball team
won one game in defeats to
Bronson and Union County.
But on Tuesday night, the
Panthers were blanked by
Chiefland in their first Class


3A, District-5 match of the
season. The Indians took care
of the Panthers in three-
straight
games; 25-6,
25-21, 25-20
at William
N.. Barry
Gymnasium.
"I was not
pleas ed Bisaccia
tonight, we
didn't communicate and we
didn't show Lip ready to go,"
said Panthers first-year head
coach MIichele Bisaccia. "I


think in the first two matches
at times we've shown fight, but
I. think tonight was a different
night. I was able to walk away
from the other matches
knowing that at least one game
we gave it a full. team effort."
In the opening game,
Newberry (0-3, 0-1). looked
like a program that has just
won six matches since 2001,
including a pair of winless
campaigns in 2003 and last
season. Chiefland (1-2)
jumped out to a 10-3 lead
PANTHERS on page B3


RICK BABSTON/Alachua County Today
Newberry's Chelsea Hall strikes the ball against Bronson in the
Panther's season-opening game two weeks ago.


This,, that

and the

other

By ADAM BOUKARI
Today Sports Columnist
Ouch, that's going to
leave a mark
Okay, it's been the talk of
the weekend. Actually, it's
been the talk of the week -
Michigan. Or maybe more
appropriate Appalachian
State. How do the
Wolverines lose to a Division
I-AA team?
First of all, Appalachian
State deserves a world of
credit. Going into the Big
House with tens of thousands
of screaming fans and
walking more like running
- away with a win'is no easy
task.
But, Michigan deserves
the harsh criticism it has
been taking lately. Dropping
out of the Associated Press
Top 25 was a surprise, but
not a shock. Going from
No.4 in the country to
unranked is pretty severe, but
then again the Wolverines
will have ample opportunity
this season to prove
themselves.
The best thing for
Michigan to do is simply
move on. 'There's nothing
that's going to erase the
shame of the loss or make the
nagging stop, but with wins
the Wolverines will slowly
turn the focus to the .rest of
their season.
Is it the biggest upset of all
time? It depends on a
person's perspective. Sure, it
was a Division I-AA team
beating the fourth-ranked
team in the country, but it
was at the end of the season
with no title implications on
the line. Some view the
biggest upsets as a top-
ranked team getting
dethroned and at the same
BOUKARI on page B2


Raiders payback'Cats


* Santa Fe beats
Ocala Forest in
four games
By ADAM BOUKARI
Today Sports Writer
There's something to be said
for payback. Last Thursday
night, the Santa Fe High School
volleyball team said it all. The
Raiders avenged a preseason
loss to Ocala Forest with a 25-
22, 26-24, 24-26, 25-17 victory
over the Wildcats last week in
Ocala.
The dominating win for the
.Raiders comes just two days
after Santa Fe (2-0) struggled
against Ocala Trinity Catholic
in a five-game match.
--


"Ocala Forest always brings
the top of their game when they


play us; it's a
great rivalry,"
said a pleased
Raider head
coach Michele
Faulk. "It's [a
rivalry] where
we come and
try to play our
toughest game
and they try to
come out and
match it.
They had
already beaten


I felt v
confide
watching f
the sideline
their coach
they v
going to
able to pre
and pull it o
Michele F
Santa Fe c


our strongest game.
"The girls always feel like it's
a statement. [Ocala
Forest] is a 5A program,
ery they've got a solid team
n t and we match up pretty
rom well with them. It's
Sas never going to be a
that game where you just
vere come in and play a
be coasting kind of game."
wvail Santa Fe was led by
)ut." senior co-captain Leah
au Leventhal who recorded
an intimidating 16 kills
coach
against the Wildcats to
go along with four


us in our preseason classic blocks and nine digs. 'An
which was a little extra especially impressive
incentive to come out and play SANTA FE onpage B3
SANTA FE on page B3


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Raider Leah Leventhal hits through two Ocala Forest blockers in Santa Fe's preseason contest against the
Wildcats in Raider Gym.


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Test your trivia skills by trying to guess which game it was, and
what two teams played in the game that the score applies to.
Please note that the winner of the game always will be listed as the
"Home" team, regardless of where the game was played. This
week's answer can be found on B3.

*The Mi4-Florida Officials Association is recruiting
Individuals to become FHSAA Certified Officials. MFOA serve
the following Counties Alachua, Citrus, Columbia, Dixie,
Lafayette, Lake, Levy, Marion & Sumter Counties. Come join us,
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old. Contact us Alachua Recreation at 386-462-1610.

mAlachua Soccer League
Recreation Soccer
Applications are at the Alachua Recreation Center. Looking for
coaches, players, volunteers & board members.
The cost to participate is. $50.00 per player which includes eight
weeks of soccer plus the Alachua World Cup Tournament. Ages 5
years old to 14 years old. Fall players provide shin guards, cleats.
Black shorts, black socks, jerseys or shirts will be orders.


Acceptance % ill be at the soccer board'-. discretion
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Games Start: September 22nd
There is a $15.00 Late Fee for late registration
More more information, contact the Alachua Recreation
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*Alachua Little Jaguar Flag Football League
Fees and birth certificate are required with completed
registration. Registration will not be accepted without fees and
copy of birth certificate. (Birth certificate is required even if child
has previously played.) Fee: $50. Applications available at the
Alachua Recreation Center.

mGainesville Warrior Girls Fastpitch tryouts:
The Gainesville Warrior Fastpitch Softball organization will be
holding tryouts for the 2007 fall season on Saturday, August 18
from 9 11 a.m. and again on Saturday August 25 from 9 11 a.m.
Tryouts will be held at the City of Alachua Recreation Center.
Tryouts will be for age groups 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U.
Please call Robert Atwood (352) 246-6905 or e-mail
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*City of High Springs fall sports registration
The City of High Springs Recreation Department is accepting
registration for its fall sports soccer, volleyball and flag football.
The early bird registration cost is $40 for each sport. The


registration cost on or after September Ist %%ill be $50.
Soccer is available for kids ages 5-16, volleyball is available for
ages 7-16 and flag football is open to ages 5-12.
Registration forms can be picked up at City Hall and at
Clubhouse Athletics. Forms will also soon be available on the city's
website- www.highsprings.com.
For more information contact Johanne Bell, Recreation Leader at
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BOUKARI from page B

time being knocked out of the national
title game.
One thing's for sure, Michigan will
not win the national title this season,
and that is the harsh reality that
Wolverine fans have to face. No way
will coaches or the Associated Press
vote a team into the national title game
that lost to any Division I-AA school,
no matter how good that team may
have been.
So, Wolverine fans, enjoy the rest of
the season no pressure.

Gator outlook
The Gators looked good on Saturday.
Of Course Western Kentucky isn't the
most impressive of opponents. Then
again, if Florida would have lost to the


Hilltoppers then we may have another
Appalachian State -situation on our
hands.
Tim Tebow looked especially on
target. He was great through the air
and smart on the ground. Admittedly,
it was a lot different to see the super
sophomore go out of bounds instead of
lowering his shoulder and taking some
licks. That's ,not a slight toward
Tebow, because it's clearly the smart
thing to do (and what he has been
instructed to do by his coaches).
Florida passed its first test with
flying colors. in the weather-shortened
contest. But, everything looks great
when you're playing a Western
Kentucky at least it should. How will
the Gators fair this weekend with Troy
coming to town?
Florida will still win convincingly
and will probably approach this game


with even more focus. The key for the
Gators will be to pick areas to improve
on and really hammer those out this
game before Tennessee.
The Gators don't just need to go into
the Troy game and just game plan to
win. They need to have narrower goals
as well.' Whether it be toughening up
the offensive line or working with
defensive backs, the Gators have
plenty to work on.

Open tennis
The U.S. Open has had its share of
impressive moments. The match of the
tournament, however, was James Blake
against Tommy Haas. Blake, the sixth-
ranked player in the world fell to Hass
in five competitive sets that ended with
a fifth-set tiebreak. Both players had
streaky moments at first, but as the
match wore on they began to hone their


skills and really strike the ball well.
That's a match where you hate to see
either player lose because both played
with so much heart and talent.
Aside from the Blake-Haas, match,
American Venus Williams has been the
most impressive player for the women.
She played Jelena Jankovic Wednesday
night, although that result was not
available as of press time. Williams
should beat Jankovic and then go on to
face Justin Henin in the semifinals.
While Henin was able to beat Serena
Williams in the quarterfinals, Venus
would be a much tougher opponent.
Venus has the ability to move Henin
from side to side, much better than
Serena did. Serena hit the ball into the
middle of the court too much and
allowed Henin to use her uncanny
ability of finding angles to down the
junior Williams sister.


Venus can really stretch an opponent
out and she can also use a drop slice to
not only move Henin from side to side
but also front to back, which is what
you have to do almost perfectly to
get Henin off balance and beat her.
If American Andy Roddick finds a
way to beat Roger Federer (also played
Wednesday night but not available as
of press time) he will take the entire
tournament. That is a big if, because
Federer is the best in the world, but
he's on Roddick's surface at Roddick's
tournament.
If Venus and Roddick win, it will
truly be a U.S. Open.
Adam Boukari can be reached at
sports@alachuatoday.com or by calling
(386) 462-3355.


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Week are Preston Mathews and
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school. D3lan plays basketball
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PANTHERS:
Continued from page B1
before four service points from
Brittany Davis padded the
visitors' cushion to 15-5.
Cassie Labat then took over
and reeled off nine service
points, including four aces, to
close out the game and give the
Indians the 1-0 lead in the
match.
But the Panthers, who have
not advanced to the regional
playoffs since 1982, showed
life in the second game, which
featured five ties and four lead
changes.. Lavarsha Nattiel
collected four service points,
including three aces, to erase a
one-point deficit and put
Newberry ahead at 11-8. Anna
Thrasher's pair of service
S points gave the Panthers an 18-
13 advantage before Erin
Czerenda's kill gave the home
team a 20-15 edge a short time
later.
However, Newberry couldn't
hold on down the stretch as
Jerrica Grimsley picked up six
of her 10 service points to fuel
a 7-0 run as Chiefland jumped
in front 22-20. Shelbie
Hastings collected two service
points to close out the second
game.
Chiefland never trailed in the
third and eventual final game
that did include four ties.
S Czerenda's service point tied
the score at 10-10 before a
Thrasher kill re-tied the game
at 11-11. Later, Thrasher pulled
the Panthers even again at 16-
16 with one of her five service



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points for the match while
Newberry also tied Chiefland
at 17-17 after a net violation by
the Indians. But that would be
it for the home team as the
Indians closed out the game
and clinched the match with an
8-3 run.
"I would say that my first
hurdle that I had to get over
was the attitude problem,
we're over that. The second
hurdle I had to get over was
trying to create a team, now
that just doesn't happen
overnight," said Bisaccia, who
has never played or coached
volleyball before. "Some days
we are a team, some days
we're not, today we were not a
team. It is not ever going to be
acceptable for me as coach for
them not to play as a team."
Chiefland was led by Labat's
11 service points and eight
assists, while Grimsley
followed with 10 service points
in the win. Amye Grieves
added six kills, with Lauren
Sutton chipping in five kills for
the Indians.
"I explained to them (the
team) very calmly that
obviously I am struggling as a
volleyball coach because I do
not have all the information in
volleyball like I do as a softball
coach," said Bisaccia, a former
softball player at the
University of Arkansas and the
University of Florida, who is
also Newberry's softball
coach. "But I khow as a coach
of any sport that we're not
playing with the maximum


effort and the maximum
that we have and we
yet put it together onc
Nattiel and Chel:
each chipped in
service points in the
Newberry. Czerend
Jaquinta Wiggins
collected a pair of kil
Panthers. Among 1
attendance during
night's match was
Panther Ashley Natt
graduated in the spring
as former Newber
coach Jessica Ros
resigned from her pos
after guiding the Pan
the last two seasons.
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have been with th
frustrated does no
defeated," said Bisa
still love these girls a
think they have a lot t
a team and I still th
have so much potenti;
good team and to
successful on the v
court. That is my ex
as it has been fi
beginning and we're
start to work on tha
harder than we have b
The Panthers return
Thursday night as th
to Fort White to
Indians in a district m
p.m. before returning
Tuesday for another
contest against Dixie
7 p.m.
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sea Hall performance was churned out
with six from fellow senior and
loss for teammate Chelsea Pearl. The
da and middle blocker recorded an ace,
both 10 kills, six blocks and a dig.
ls for the "The most fun was to sit back
those in and watch the team play as a
Tuesday united force. They were truly
former playing as a team," maintained
:iel, who Faulk. "I felt very confident
g, as well watching from the sideline as
ry head their coach that they were going
ss, who to be able to prevail and pull it
st in May out. They seemed to get
others for stronger as the game went on."
After edging out the first
ustrated I game by just three points' and
iem, but the second by an even slimmer
t mean two-point margin, Forest finally
accia. "I broke through in the third to
and I still take the third game. The
o offer as Raiders still held a one-game
link they advantage, but the Wildcats
al to be a transferred the momentum to
be very their bench.
volleyball "I honestly had confidence in
pectation those girls (Santa Fe)," leveled
rom the Faulk about entering the fourth
going to game. "If you were sitting and
.t a little watching them play, I never
before." once felt like we were not going
to action to come out on top. We were
ey travel playing too solid. Our defense
face the was solid, the offense was
latch at 7 clicking, our passing game was
home on incredible and we were very
District aggressive with our serves.
County at Raider senior Kelsi New led
that serving charge with 14
reached at service points to go along with
om or by her remarkable 37 assists.
Picking it up on defense for the
Raiders was junior Stephanie
Moser who collected 18 digs
against Forest to go along with
an ace. Fellow junior Ashley
Rosenboom recorded seven-
kills, an ace, four blocks and a
S pair of digs.
Against Trinity Catholic the
Raiders picked up just three
4 blocks. Not.the case against
Forest where Santa Fe totaled
S 20 blocks.
"When we came in and
practiced on Wednesday (Aug.
29) we made a statement, we've
got to get better as a blocking,
team and went from three on
STuesday to 20 on Thursday
night," said Faulk. "Granted,
Trinity Catholic is not as tough
ers" hitting team because they use
a lot more placement, but it's
still a big step 'in the right
direction."
The Raiders played Oak Hall
Wednesday night, however, the
results from that game were not
available as of press time.
Santa Fe will be participating in


Track testing without the track


Q: Greg, during ESPN's
coverage of the Michigan race I
saw a great feature on a piece of
equipment called a seven-post
shaker and how it helps in the
testing and development of the
car's suspension. It can simulate
a race track and offer up the
bumps the actual track would so
the mechanics can study what
the suspension is doing (without
going to the track). Is all this
necessary when NASCAR is
trying to cut costs? It costs $3
million for one. I remember
when all they had in the shop
were tool sets, a chassis jig, an
engine room and a dyno to
check the horsepower..- Duke
L., Pennsylvania

A: Duke, for $3 million, I'd
hate to have to buy one, but I
think in this day and age of the
"haves" and "have nots," just
seeing a seven-post shaker on
premises tells your team and
race drivers that you are serious
about winning. Some say
"monkey see, monkey do," but
in this age of NASCAR, it is
now "money see, money do."
However, it hasn't always
been that way.
Let's touch on your dyno
comment, which is a great
correlation. A dynamometer is a
highly technical machine that
allows an engine to be attached,
started and run for however
many hours you would like at
I'/ C:


whatever rpm range. The
resulting data is nothing short of
fantastic. It's all printed out for
you to see exactly how the
engine is working.
Years ago, probably the late
'70s, I sat down with Jere Stahl,
known for his drag-racing
championships, dyno tuning
and especially his header
construction business. As we
talked about his state-of-the-art
dyno, Jere told me that Robert
Yates used to have a wonderful
dyno at his shop.
Yates' "dyno" was nothing
more than an airplane propeller
that attached to the engine,
allowing Yates to see how much
force the engine was producing
via the propeller's wind speed.
Thus, he knew which engines
were putting out more
horsepower. It might have been
a crude dyno, but that's how it
all started for Robert Yates.
This story correlates to the
shaker, too. I remember the
four-post shaker, which has
been around for many decades
and used mostly in the
manufacturing industry by the
big auto giants to test shock
absorbers, springs and to see if
the car would develop squeaks.
Each tire had its own "shaker
post" to sit on, which would
move up and down and
sideways to simulate road
surface conditions.
The race teams, meanwhile,


A stock car sits on the Ohlins shaker rig in Hendersonville, N.C.
(Ohlins photo)


didn't worry about rattles and
squeaks yet were indeed
interested in the theory of the
shaker. It started with the high-
profile open-wheel teams, ala
Adrian Reynard of Team
Reynard in Indy Car and
Formula One. Reynard
explained that he had his seven-
post rig machine up and running
at the ARC company near
Indianapolis back in the '90s.
He figured that if more
hydraulic posts were built into
the system, the teams could
learn more about their race cars.
The seven-post shaker provides
complex suspension
information as if the race car
were actually on the track -
via computer software


development, minus the costs
involved with actual testing.
Thus, if you want to win,
you'll have a shaker somewhere
on your team's complex, or be
willing to rent time on
Reynard's ARC-developed
seven-post shaker near
Indianapolis or another
"rentable" seven-rig shaker at
Ohlins USA near
Hendersonville, N.C., the latter
a Sweden-based racing tech
company.
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Santa Fe's Bryce Miller goes for a kill against the Wildcats
earlier this year during a preseason contest.


the Gator Town Classic, an
invitation-only tournament, this
Friday and Saturday at
Buchholz and Lincoln Middle
School.
The participants of the two-
day tournament are split into
four pools. The Raiders have
their work cut out for them with
Tampa Berkley Prep,
Jacksonville Bishop Kenny and
P.K. Yonge in Santa Fe's pool.
"These girls have bought into
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teams makes us better in the
long run," said Faulkl "We feel
like we need to make a
statement locally, because if
you can make a statement in
this area, you're going to be
able to contend because the
volleyball in this area is at a
very elite level."
Other teams participating in
the tournament include Bolles,
Buchholz, Clearwater,
Gainesville and Oak Hall.
Faulk says her team will have to
play' their best volleyball in


order to compete.
"It could go either way.
We've got to go out and play
extremely strong volleyball as a
team every game," said Faulk.
"We have to make sure we
don't lose focus. I want us to
get better each game and make
sure we're improving our game
and our team."
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FOOTBALL:
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132 of his 186 yards (on 23
carries) in the second half and
scored three touchdowns
despite two fumbles to lead
Newberry (1-0). Xavier Woods
added 121 rushing yards on 10
carries for Newberry, which
won their second-straight
meeting against the rival
Raiders (0-1). The last time the
Panthers accomplished that feat
was in 1997 and 1998.
"Look at everything that
happened in the first half, it
couldn't have gone more
wrong, it was tough," said
Keeler, who added that three of
his starters were also vomiting
before the game. "But still, it is
good to know that you can be
down seven points, not playing
well and you can come back
like that in the second half."
Each club started a little slow
offensively with a punt and a
fumble in each of its first two
possessions. After Woods
fumbled, Santa Fe took over on
its own 21-yard line with 2:31
left in the first period. The
Raiders moved the ball into
Newberry territory, but
quarterback Will Scaff fumbled


close to midfield. The Panthers'
Boris Hadley picked up the lose
ball before giving it to his older
brother Benny, who bolted 53
yards for an apparent
touchdown. However,
Newberry was whistled for a
penalty on the return which
gave the home team the ball on
the Raiders' 28-yard line instead
of six points.
The Panthers didn't come
away with any points as Ivey,
who lined up at quarterback for
some of the first half after Guy
Brown sprained his ankle in the
opening quarter, was
intercepted by Chris Dixon in
the end zone. That set up Santa
Fe's 14-play, 76-yard drive,
which chewed up almost six
minutes and was aided by 37
yards of penalties by the
Panthers. K.J. Carter's four-
yard scoring run capped the
drive and gave Santa Fe a 7-0
edge with 1:49 left until
halftime.
While things got better for
Newberry in the second half, it
got worse for Santa Fe as Carter
(ankle) and fellow running back
Deonte Merricks (cramps) were
both forced to leave the game in
the third quarter with leg
injuries according to Raiders


RICK BABSTON/Alachua County Today
Santa Fe wide receiver Jamal White attempts to haul in a pass
last Friday as Newberry's Matt Robinson defends.


coach Bart Brooks.
"We had a couple of injuries
that stalled the offense a little
bit," said Brooks, who coached
his first official game as Santa
Fe's head man from the press
box after breaking his leg
during practice .a few weeks
ago. "We lost two guys at the
fullback position that were
vital."
The Raiders sputtered,
picking up just 65 of their 164
yards for the game in the second
half. On the other hand, the
Panthers got rolling and tied the
game on Ivey's six-yard scoring
run at the 7:45 mark of the third
period. The home team was
threatening again, but an Ivey
fumble gave the ball back to
Santa Fe. The Raiders moved
the ball to the Newberry 27-
yard line where Collin Mixon's
44-yard field goal attempt was
short.
The Panthers took over and
marched 80 yards on eight
plays, highlighted by Ivey's 22-
yard touchdown run up the
middle which gave Newberry a
14-7 lead with 9:51 left to play.
After the Raiders went three
plays and out on their next
possession, Ivey found the end
zone for the third and final time.
The senior bolted 31 yards
down the near sideline to put
Newberry comfortably ahead
21-7 with 4:52 remaining.
Scaff was then intercepted by
Matt Robinson which set up
Benny Hadley's 25-yard
touchdown run that provided
the final margin and sealed the
contest with 2:37 to go. Antonio
Brown, who led Newberry with
12 tackles, also picked off a
Scaff pass with about a minute
.remaining.
"I felt like we gave them
(Santa Fe) everything they got
in the first half and the second
half we came out and played
Newberry football," said
Keeler, whose club finished
with 385 rushing yards on 45
attempts. "We decided when we
went into the locker room we
were going to get real nasty and
come back out here and play
tough hardnosed football and
run it right at them, which
obviously we did."
Guy Brown, who played
despite his injury, .was 1-for-3
passing for 17 yards as
Newberry did not attempt a pass
in the second half. Benny
Hadley added 73 yards rushing
on seven carries and the
touchdown in the win. Phillip
Warner finished the night 3-for-
4 on extra-point attempts for


RICK BABSTON/Alachua County Today
Newberry standout running back Antwan Ivey tries to make a move Friday during the Panthers'
20-point win over rival Santa Fe.


Newberry. On the injury front,
although Keeler said he had five
players sprain their ankle
against Santa Fe, he said he
expects his team to be at full
strength for its next game.
"I think we were shocked the
way we were playing, we just
played terrible (in the first half).
I told them at halftime you gave
them the first half, you have to
take this second half and that's
what we kept hammering into
them in the locker room," said
Keeler. "We absolutely killed
ourselves, in the first half, but
we came out and played a
fantastic second half."
For the Raiders, Scaff
finished the game 6-for-12
passing, for 46 yards and two
interceptions. Carter and
Merricks 'combined for 55
rushing yards, with Darrian
Taylor making three catches fbr
41 yards in the loss for the
Raiders, who have still won six
of the last nine meetings with
Newberry.
Leading the way on defense
for Santa Fe was middle
linebacker Justin White. The
junior recorded a team-high
seven tackles, one for a loss of
five yards and forced two
fumbles. Senior defensive back
Chris Dixon collected. four
tackles and a 29-yard
interception return, while fellow
Raider Vernnis Jenkins picked
up three tackles and recovered
two fumbles.
"I was happy with the effort
pretty much the whole game,
but late in the game I think there


was some adversity we didn't
handle very well and we have to
do a better job of coaching and
teaching these young men," said
Brooks. "It's frustrating, I didn't
want it to be this way but I saw
some good things that we can
build on. We have nine more
football games to get ready for."
While Newberry will have
the "Bragging Rights" until next
season, each club moves on as
week two of the 2007 season
approaches. Santa Fe is back on
the road as the Raiders head to
Middleburg Friday night. The
Broncos were 2-8 last season,
including a 19-13 win at Raider


Field. Middleburg opened this
season with a 41-23 home loss
to Orange Park Fleming Island.
The Panthers will also be on
the road, as they head to Cross
City to face Dixie County. The
Bears were 8-3 last fall,
including a 16-14 win at
Panther Stadium and advanced
to the Class 2A playoffs. But in
2005, Newberry edged Dixie
County, 19-14 in Cross City to
give Keeler his first win as the
Panthers coach.
SClff Olsen can be reached at
sports@alachuatoday.com or. by
calling (386) 462-3355


Monkey off Manning's back


-- -- by-Mark
I yeW Vasto


.If the American Football
Conference is sitting on a
mountain of stockpiled
quarterbacks, after last season's
Super Bowl, there can be little
argument that Indianapolis Colt
quarterback Peyton Manning sits
on top ofthe,heap.
Voted the MVP after leading
the Colts to a 29-17 victory over
the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl
XLI, Manning exorcised any
demons he may have had and
silenced the critics who, for years,
said he couldn't win the "big
one."
It was never any question that
Manning had the skills. Since an
early age, the son of former NFL
star Archie Manning showed the
type of athleticism that would
make him the field general he is
today. His college career was
amazing. He owns 29 individual
quarterback records at perennial


powerhouse Tennessee .and four
SEC career records, including
highest completion percentage
and most 300-plus yard games.
He has torn up the NFL -
winning two MVPs and playing
in seven Pro Bowls. Already, he
owns six career passing records
and five single season records,
including mbst touchdowns in a
season (49).
Judging from his pre-season,
it is not a stretch to believe that
Manning will continue his roll.
"Now Peyton doesn't have to
prove to the world that 'I can win
it,'" former NFL quarterback and
ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski told
Sthe Indianapolis Star recently. "He
finally dispelled that myth. He's
got that big rock on his finger and
he can just play loose and free. He
has to be absolutely thrilled."
Of course, the league isn't
ready to just roll over yet. The
Colts have a few questions to
answer can their defense,
which stepped up in a big way
during last postseason, gel into
one of the top units in the league?
Will Joseph Addai be the running
back complement that Manning
needs?


Also in the way are pre-
season favorites to win it all, the
New England Patriots. Their
quarterback is no slouch, either.
Tom Brady, as a recent Sports
Illustrated points out, is the
youngest QB to win one, two or
three Super Bowls, engineer of
the longest win streak in NFL
history, leader of the only walk-
off scoring drive in Super Bowl
history, owner of the best winning
percentage by a QB in modem
NFL history and best overtime
record in NFL history, and one of
just four players to boast multiple
Super Bowl MVP awards. This
year he'll be aiming at Randy
Moss in the end zone. There is
little doubt that there will be lots
to cheer about in Taxachusetts this


year.
So, one season does not a
quarterback make, and Manning,
it would seem, still has more to
accomplish when compared with
his chief rival. Still, guys like
Jaworski believe they have seen
enough.
"I believe he is 'the best
quarterback in the game, and
when he's done he'll be
recognized as the best quarterback
ever to play the game."
Mark Vasto is a veteran
sportswriter and publisher of The
Parkville (Mo) Luminary.
(c) 2007 King Features Synd.,
Inc.


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File No. 07-CP-1226
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IN RE: ESTATE OF
KATHLEEN E. BUCHER
Deceased.

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The administration of the
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BUILDINGS FOR SALE!
"Extended ONE Week!" 25x30
Now $4100. 25x40 $5400.
30x40 $6400. 35x50 $9200.
35x70 $12,200. 40x80 $15,950.
Others. Ends/accessories op-
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Sat, Sept. 8th from 8AM to 1PM.
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mily room w/fireplace. New for a home with it all, you'll love closet in master, covered porch and back yard is a must see for
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Affordable new 3BR 2BA home
made of block construction with a
full kitchen and inside laundry. Tile
throughout main livingareas,
carpet in bedrooms and located
near beautiful downtown Alachua,
$149,900 MLS#280210
Spacious n Spotless 3BR 2BA on
112 acre with a great floor plan.
Open kitchen with bar, vaulted
ceilings, split bedroom and
oversized attached garage. Truly a
home to enjoy a peaceful lifestyle.
$159,900 MLS#281385
Completely remodeled. Good
investment property or first time
buyer. .A 3BR 1BA with just about
everything you can think of plus


convenient to town. $79,000
MLS#278433
Gorgeous landscape oversees this
smart looking 3BR 2BA home.
Enjoy the half acre privacy fenced
yard and big front porch. Open
floor plan, beautiful cabinets in
kitchen, separate breakfast bar and
FP in family room. $255,000 MLS#
282027
HOMES WITH ACREAGE
Enjoy the easy life. 5 acres of lush
grass, over 8 varieties of trees.
Charming country home, tile
throughout and 3 sets of French
doors leading to lanai. 2 stall bam,
tack room plus covered area for
storage. $309,900 MLS#281018
Nicely treed 7.26 acre lot on a paved


road with city water and septic. Great
place to build or keep as an
investment rental. Seller may
consider owner financing with large
down payment. $150,000
MLS#276490
Escape to the simple life. Located just
off paved road, this 1993 3BR 2BA
Fleetwood DWMH has beautiful wood
floors and is situated on 1.74 acres.
Watch the sunsets from the 3 tiered
back porch. $115,000 MLS#279861
Charming 3BR 1.5BA CB home with
brick, good as new! New.simulated
wood floors, ceramic tile, sinks,
counter tops, deck, washer/dryer and
stainless appliances. Fireplace and
huge, fenced yard complete the
picture. $175,000 MLS#281705


SV.C'A\7f LAND
Granddaddy Oaks & Pasture -
19.64 acres owned by same family
since 1893. Convenient location
ready for your new home.
$363,377 MLS#278392

Best buy in Danbury Farms. Red
tin roof 5 stall barn, tack room and
wash rack. Well and electric in
place. 5 acres fenced and gated
for horses. $135,000 MLS#
282130

Unbelievable wooded 2.5 acres.
Homesite already cleared with well
and septic. Huge granddaddy
oaks and scattered trees through-
out. $114,000 MLS#276021


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SWEET HOME ON 10 ACRES.
Beautiful 2003 double-wide manuf. home
in peaceful, country Call Tony Boothby,
352-262-1159 or Isabel Smith, 352-318-
7829. location yet close to 1-75. 1500+ Sq.
Ft. 3BR, 2BA, one-half pasture & one-half
wooded. $179,900. #283161
COME LIVE in one of the largest homes
in Sorrento. 2170 Sq. Ft. 3BR, 2BA plus
bonus rm. Relax in the fenced backyard
opening into a beautiful conservation area.
Lots of amenities, pool, fitness center,
clubhouse, tennis & much more!
$269,900. Call Deena Erickson-Klacko,
352-494-2404. #283037
BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM BUILT on
cul-de-sac. 2363 Sq. Ft, 4BR, 2.5BA,
granite countertops inKit, great rm, formal
Din Rm, fireplace wood flbors, stunning
master, his & hers vanities, 2-walk-in
closets, jetted tub, separate shower, a must
see! Call Deena Erickson-Klacko, 352-
494-2404. $369,000. #283873
30 ACRES WITH ADORABLE
CABIN. Heavily wooded private retreat
includes 1BR, IBA "cabin in the woods"
with fireplace, wood floors and screened
porch. Call Tony Boothby, 352-262-1159
or Isabel Smith, 352-318-7829. $375,000.
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WATERFRONT PROPERTY 36
ACRES with approximately 1600 Ft. on
the beautiful Suwannee River. 666 Ft on
county road. Beautiful Oaks adorn this
pastureland. Lg Cypress & hardwoods are
in the heavy wooded area towards the
Riverfront, with your own private pond.
2nd homesite available. Call Martha
Barnes, 352-339-4069. $675,000.
#283816
CUSTOM BUILT STILTED HOME
by Florida Cypress is the first in River's
Bend subdivision. Custom moldings &
cabinetry; upgraded quality metal roof.
Porches up & down facing the river &
another on the front. River's Bend offers
its residents a multitude of amenities
including private boat slip, boat ramp &
more. CallFrancine Milam, 352-214-1722
or Deena Erickson-Klacko, 352-494-
2404. $689,000. #281799


MISTLETOE IS TRENTON'S NEW-
EST OPEN BUILDER, deed restricted
community. Twenty-seven 1.5 to 2.5 acre
lots w/ underground power. Only a short
drive to Chiefland or Gainesville. Starting
at $50,000 to $79,000. Call Perry
McDonald today, 352-278-0310. #277792


MAKE THIS BEAUTIFUL 2.67
ACRE LOT your permanent or getaway
home! Located on a paved road in a
friendly subdivision in Morriston, this lot
is partially wooded & completely fenced.
Call Isabel Smith, 318-7829 or Tony
Boothby, 352-262-1159. $54,900.
#277708
5 ACRES IN GILCHRIST COUNTY.
High & dry and deep in the country. This
property is only a short drive to Bell,
Ginnie Springs, the Santa Fe River &
Suwannee River. Call Perry McDonald,
352-278-0310. $70,000. #277234
5 ACRES OF RURAL PASTURE with
close proximity to Trenton, Newberry or
High Springs. Seller is open to offers so
call Perry McDonald, 352-278-0310.
$79,900. #281826
BEAUTIFUL 5-ACRE HOMESITE in
homes only gated community. Located in
northern Gilchrist County, just a few miles
from the historic Suwannee River & the
Santa Fe River. Come & relax in the
country, while keeping the city within
reach. Call William Gillespie, 225-1921.
$115,000. #260804
YOUR OWN PONDEROSA! Lovely
10 acre parcel just outside High Springs.
Cleared with some trees. Bring the horses
& build your dream home or move in your
manufactured home. Call Debbie Zeller,


538-2857. $111 Au')U ) O261213
BEAUTIFUL ROLLING 10 ACRES
mostly wooded. Property has well, septic
& Elec. Cleared area ready to build on and
low Columbia County taxes! Call Martha
Cornelius, 386-984-5920. $144,900.
#281577
BREAKING NEWS! Cave diving
pioneer John Harper is selling his 2-acre
lot in High Springs, home of
Whippoorwill Sink, with its private
underwater cave. Call Isabel Smith, 352-
318-7829 or Tony Boothby, 352-262-
1159. $169,000. #279693
5+ ACRES ON SUWANNEE RIVER!
Riverfront property w/towering cypress &
other trees. Septic installed in 2003.
Deeded access to grass airstrip. Call Tony
Boothby, 352-262-1159 or Isabel Smith,
318-7829. $179,900. #276272
BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on
this beautiful 13+ acres of rolling pasture
framed by 100 year old oaks. Perfect for
horses! Only minutes to Gainesville, rivers
& springs. Call Martha Comelius, 386-
984-5920. $251,000. #277301
10 RIVERFRONT ACRES on the
peaceful Santa Fe River. Ancient trees,
new driveway, a true getaway close to
several springs. Call Tony Boothby, 352-
262-1159 or Isabel Smith, 318-7829.
$295,000. #278961


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