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Spotlight on Bob's Citgo


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High Springs police officers stand at attention Tuesday during
a memorial ceremony honoring their chief.


High Springs police


chief remembered


at memorial service


By DAN REID
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS Tears
and laughter filled the
sanctuary of the First Baptist
Church of High Springs on
Tuesday as family, friends, and
colleagues remembered High
Springs Police Chief Ray
Kaminskas who died Sept. 1.
High Springs city officials,
police department personnel,
and law enforcement agencies
throughout Alachua County
attended the memorial. The


By DAVID WISENER
Today Reporter
The Alachua City Commission
approved a proposed city budget of close to
$29 million at its regular meeting Monday
night, which would be a decrease of nearly
$10 million from last year's budget.
The proposed city budget for fiscal year
2007-08 is $28,850,612, which amounts to
a decrease of 25-percent from the previous


budget, or $9,902,821. The budget may
undergo some modifications before its
second and final hearing at the next city
commission meeting on Sept. 24, however,
as not all grants, carry forwards, or capital
projects funds had been appropriated as of
Monday.
According to Alachua Vice-Mayor
Bonnie Burgess, who conducted the
meeting in the absence of Mayor Gib


Dollars to doughnut


Old Waldo bank to become coffee shop


lobby of the church included a
table with a collage of pictures
and items from Kaminskas'
career. When the service
started mourners viewed a
poignant video tribute of
Kaminskas over the years
including his childhood, with
family members, and in police.
uniform.
Wayne Shelor, who worked
with Kaminskas at the,
Clearwater Police Department,
said Kaminskas was not only
KAMINSKAS on page A8


Alachua closes


road to pave way


for Walgreens


By BRYAN BOUKARI
Today Reporter
ALACHUA A proposed
Walgreens is one step closer to
reality after commissioners
voted Monday to close a
portion of NW 152nd Place
which splits the development
site where the store would be
located.
About 165 feet of 152nd
Place running between County
Road 235 and Main Street near
Alachua Elementary will be
turned over to Walgreens if the
company's site plan is
approved. Commissioners had


previously discussed the
potential of vacating the
roadway, but concerns over the
routing of pedestrian and
automobile traffic arose.
Traffic on the roadway has
been problematic over the years
according to Public' Services
Director Mike New who said
the proximity of NW 152nd
Place to U.S. Highway 441
created the potential for rear-
end accidents.
"If we were designing
roadways in accordance with
current standards, that roadway
WALGREENS on page A2


located in downtown Waldo.
By ALEX NEWMAN
Today Reporter
Waldo A Waldo native has returned home to
open a coffee shop and art gallery in downtown
in an old building that has been everything from
a bank to a Masonic lodge.
Roland Wise, 42, was back from Los Angeles
for a visit in November when he saw that the
building was for sale.
"I just had to have it," he said. "When I saw
it, I knew I had to buy it and move back home."
He has spent months working 16-hour days to
renovate it and said that he hopes to have it open
soon. It will be known as 301-24 Coffee House,
named after the street it is built on, Highway 301
and State Road 24. He hopes the location on the
main road through downtown Waldo on the way


to Gainesville will attract a lot of customers.
"This building is a forgotten source of
abundance for the whole town and I hope to
revive it," said Wise.
Patrons can enjoy bubble tea with tapioca
balls under the shade of Wise's pecan tree,
Connie, or Maggie the Magnolia. They can also
sip a cup of coffee while browsing through the art
gallery or sitting on the colorful couches.
The shop includes what Wise calls the "Zen
meditation room" and a quaint outdoor garden
for customers to relax in.
There will be books and ice cream for sale as
well.
"This place may not be Soho, but I think it
Might surprise everybody to see what will be sold
COFFEE SHOP on page A8


Alachua seniors recognized Bob's Citgo fueling Alachua's economy


Special to Alachua County Today
ALACHUA Alachua's Senior Cha Cha Dancers were recognized by
commissioners Monday. Each of the eight dancers was given a certificate
of appreciation by the commission for their performance at the City's
annual 4th of July event.
Pictured L-R in the front row: Carrie Pollard, Rudine Garrison,
Mamie Collins, Ruth Chesser, Ella Thomas, Velma Edwards and
Coordinator Theresa Kenyon. Back row: Ora Bell McLain and Wilmon
Brown. Rose Brown (not pictured) also assisted Kenyon with
coordinating the dance group. Kenyon said residents should look for the
seniors to strut their stuff at other events including the annual Christmas
parade and more.


I SPOTLIGHT ON

YOU
By DAN REID
Today Reporter
ALACHUA When Bob Milliken first
opened his gas station on U.S. 441 in Alachua
over 20 years ago the station was like any other,
with only a handful of pumps. Today that same
gas station is now a convenience store complete
with a Taco Bell, and of course there are more gas
pumps to choose from.
As gas stations and convenience stores have
been bought out by major corporations over the
last few years Milliken said his store is one of the
only places left that is still individually owned
and operated.
Milliken sees the trend of major
conglomerates buying gas stations/convenience


BOB'S CITGO on page A4


DAN REID/Alachua County Today
Bob's Citgo's owner Bob Milliken assists a
customer at his store which first opened at the
same location in 1985.


Coerper, the budget decrease comes as a
result of the city commission and staff
working to ensure that the effects of tax
reductions do not further hamper the
financial situation ofAlachua's citizens.
"We had a budget workshop this past
Thursday where we went through the
budget with a fine-toothed comb to ensure
your quality of life doesn't change in
BUDGET on page A4



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suspect



I released


By DAN REID
Today Reporter
NEWBERRY A man,
who Alachua County Sheriff's
authorities say murdered his
brother, has been released
from the Alachua County Jail.
Michael Lee Arrington was
released from the county jail
last week after his attorney
argued that there wasn't
enough existing evidence to
hold the 41- .,
year-old in
jail on the '
charges -that .
were filed
according to
State Attor-
ney's Office Arrington
spokesperson Spencer Mann.
Even though Arrington is out
of jail the charges of second
degree murder and attempted
first degree murder charges
against him have not been
dropped. Mann said Arrington
is still required to attend all
hearings involving his case.
Arrington was in the
Alachua County Jail since July
nMURDER on page A8



Newberry


bound by


tighter


budget

By DAN REID
Today Reporter
NEWBERRY As
Newberry approaches a new
fiscal year, the city will see
cuts in fire services, recreation,
and a decrease in total
revenues.
Expenditures from the
general fund for fire services
will decrease by $26,000 with
three part time firefighter
positions eliminated from the
budget. Funding for fire
services in Newberry will also
be reduced because of
reductions from the county and
a lack of increase in the fire
assessment fee. For the
upcoming year homeowners
will continue to pay the current
rate of $50 for Newberry's fire
department, while the city will
FIRE.SERVICES on page A5


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A2 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY COMMUNITY CORNER THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 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.
*Alachua (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.
1Hawthorne 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.
1LaCrosse Meets the 2nd
Monday of each month at 7:30
p.m. at Town Hall.
mMicanopy Meets 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.


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of education are
sometimes bitter, but
the fruits are sweet"

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mAARP 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. 20 & 21, 9 a.m. to 1
p.m.; Oct. 9 & 10, 12 noon to 4
p.m.; Nov. 29 & 30,9 am. to 1 p.m.
EThe Alachua Branch Library is
open in a temporary location at
15100 NW 141 Street (Main
Street), Alachua, FL 32615,
during construction of the
expanded facility. Wireless and
internet access are available at this
location. Also, library personnel
are going out into the community -
to the preschools, community
center, schools, etc. to give
programs on books and
information services.
*The 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 Terrace). If you are
interested in 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.
EThe Alachua Woman's Club
invites all the women of the area to


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newcomer 9'A notes
By Linda
Rice
Chapman
ERA Trend
Realty of
High Springs
Did you know you
don't have to travel to
Gainesville for quality
home furnishings? Visit
Badcock Furniture at 305
Main Street in High
Springs for great deals on
everything but the kitchen
sink!!!!! Whether it is an
area rug, living room suite
or an entertainment
package Badcock has just
what you are looking for
at great prices and good
terms. I am going to check
out the current mattress
special and I encourage
you to do the same.
Shawn Daniel is the new
store owner and you can
reach him at 386-454-
1116.
He shared with me that
you can window shop the
catalogue on line at
*www.badcock.com but
currently you will have to
place your order through
the store. Their catalogue
is huge and Shawn says
that he can have catalog
items in for you in three
days!!!!
So save your gas and
help a new business
owner get established in
our community.
.We welcome Shawn
and his family and wish
him the best.
Remember to always
shop locally when you
can.
Linda is a licensed attorney,
mediator and realtor. Sop by ERA
Trend Realy, 320 NE Santa Fe
Blvd, High Springs for area maps,
information and allyour real estate
needs. Call 352-226-2432. Always
there for you!
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come to our Annual Tea this
Sunday from 2-4 p.m. at the
Clubhouse on Main Street. Please
join us for refreshments and
fellowship.
EFlemming, 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!
EThe High Springs New
Century Woman's Club will
present a Membership Drive
Open House on Saturday, Sept
22 from 1 p.m. -4 p.m. at their
clubhouse located at 40 NW 1st
Ave. This "Olde-Fashioned" Ice
Cream Social is open to area
residents interested in joining the
Woman's Club. This civic
organization is the third oldest club
in the Florida Federation serving
this community for the last 105
years.
*Help out the High Springs
Community School's 5th Grade
Butterfly and Hummingbird
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


connection would never be
there at all and that's sort of an
unfixable problem," New said.
During a previous meeting,
Commissioner Jean Calderwood
specifically raised concerns about
walking traffic which uses NW
152nd Place. And that concern
seems to be addressed in a recent
agreement with developers of
Walgreens which would allow for
walking traffic to continue
traversing the site. Walgreens has
agreed to create a six-foot wide
sidewalk between Main Street and
CR 235.
Calderwood said she wanted to
be sure the City of Alachua doesn't
incur expenses for roadway
markings and sidewalk
construction. Meanwhile, Vice-
Mayor Burgess voiced concerns
about lighting of the walkway. New
said the walkway lighting would be
installed according to the city's
standards and the developer would
incur the costs for the sidewalk
construction .
But Walgreens' agreement to
provide a sidewalk didn't allay the


a community.
mMebane 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.
*Third 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.
*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 3:00 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


concerns fall.
Resident Michael Canney who
lives across from the development
site said he didn't think the city
should give the property to
Walgreens.
"We're giving that road away to
a big developer.
"In a way, it's like we're giving
incentives to develop.
"I'm totally in opposition to this
as far as giving the street away and
then turning the street into a
driveway," Canney said.
The Walgreens drug store
would be located across from CVS
Pharmacy on U.S. 441. According
to a site plan presented Monday, the
Walgreens site does not include a
parcel of land currently owned by
Funkhouser's Tires and Batteries at
the corer of U.S. 441 and County
Road 235. Instead, Walgreens
would wrap around the longtime
tire shop.
Walgreens proposes total floor
area of almost 15,000 square feet for
the store to be located on the 3.3-
acre site.


Come Celebrate
The Installation Of Our Great
And Anointed Pastor


Elder Leslie

Richardson, III
on
Sept. 23, 4 p.m.

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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


American Cancer Society

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

Extremely Rewarding Experience.
Call 352-376-686(6Ext. 127
flor more information.


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.
EMOPS (Mothers of
Preschoolers and younger)
welcomes you! Join us every first
Thursday from 9 am. to 11:30 am.
at High Springs 1st Baptist Church.
Meetings are for moms between
the stages of pregnancy and with
young children ofkindergarten age.
Cost is $7 per meeting (to cover
general operating cost). Childcare
provided.
EThe 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.
*Shands Rehab Hospital Stroke
Support Group (PALS) -
Survivors, friends, family and
caregivers are welcome and
encouraged to attend monthly
meetings for socials, informal
discussions, formal presentations,
camaraderie and much more as we
provide a caring environment to
support each other. Sept. 20,
Driving after stroke: What happens
now?; 9:30 am.- 10 am., informal
discussion; 10 am. 11 am.,
formal presentation. Shands Rehab
Hospital, Patient Dining Room,


Q: Has the practice of
dentistry advanced as far as
it's going?

A: The art and science of
dentistry will never stop
evolving. Here are just a
couple of things to ponder:
Researchers at the University
of Buffalo School of Dental
Medicine are looking at a way
to make a nasal spray effective
in numbing the upper teeth in
preparation for a dental
procedure. If they are
successful, that could
eliminate the need for needle-
injected anesthesia when work
is being done on the upper
arch, also known as the
maxillary teeth. They are


4101 N.W. 89th Blvd., Gainesville.
Contact Ivelis Pena, RN at 352-
265-5494
*Second Annual Motorcycle
Charity Run District 5 Fraternal
Order of Eagles presents their 2nd
Annual Motorcycle Charity Run on
Saturday, Oct. 6 to benefit the
Jimmy Durante Children's Fund,
child abuse, and drug awareness.
This ride is open to the public,
come by automobile or motorcycle.
Stops include Crystal River Eagles,
Sharky's Pub, and Belleview
Eagles. Festivities at the end will be
hosted by the Lake County Eagles.
Start is at Citrus Eagle's #3992
in Inverness, 8733 Gulf to Lake
Hwy 44, Registration 9-10 am.,
last bike out at 10. Ending at Lake
County Eagle's Aerie #4273 in
Okahumpka (CR 48 Haywood
Worms Farm Rd.) Last bike in at 3
p.m. Cost is $15 per person,
includes lunch at end, collect door
prize ticket chances at each stop.
Vendors $50 valued donated
merchandise or gift certificate used
for a door prize. Must reserve
booth, contact Casey Staley 407-
469-2455 or LakeABATEpr@
aol.com Need sponsors as well.





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working with a spray that is a
topical anesthetic already used
by ear, nose and throat
specialists in nose procedures.
Researchers there and at
two other dental schools are
also investigating a procedure
that uses ozone to kill bacteria
in a decayed tooth and
eliminate, at least in some
cases, the need for drilling the
tooth. Ozone is delivered
through an airtight device
fitted over the tooth. After the
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dentist about the advances he
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ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY RELIGION THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2007 A3




Miracles do happen


The miracles of the Lord are often told
so far out of context that they become
nothing but a Christian history lesson. We
tend to forget that these stories were written
in Holy Scripture for our benefit, to instruct
us in the Faith and to influence our lives.
Christians learn from Scripture, when
we allow it to speak for itself, entering our
hearts by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit.
The Gospel of Saint Mark 7:31 helps us to
understand by telling of a miraculous
healing Jesus performed.
First, look at some general things about
the healing of this deaf and dumb man. It
took place in Decapolis, a large area south of
the Sea of Galilee, populated mainly by
Gentiles. These were the people outside of
the Covenant with God; people whom the
Jews believed unworthy of God's grace. If
God had selected only the Children of
Abraham to be worthy of salvation, the ,on
of God would never have set foot in this
place of Gentiles... but He did. God does
not discriminate in His offer of Salvation and
neither should we.
But we learn something more about
God's grace in this healing event as we
consider that Christ had passed through
Decapolis before. In chapter 5 of his Gospel,


Saint Mark wrote about Christ meeting a
demoniac in this area
A great miracle had occurred the last
time Jesus passed by, perhaps no more than
30 miles away from where He had healed
the deaf and dumb man. After Jesus drove
the demons from the man, the community
implored Him
to leave. The
Scriptures teach
that they were
never graced by
Christ' s
presence again. -, :
It is either a
glorious thing to
be in the
presence of
Christ (as it was
for the man The Ven. John E.
who was set Leasure
free) or it is a All Saints Anglican
fearful thing (as Church, Gairesville.
it was for the A parish of the
people of the Christian Episcopal
a r e a ) Church
Nevertheless,
Christ came to Decapolis again but did not
go through the part where He was sent away.


How tragic to witness the grace of God, and
then to reject coming to a personal
knowledge of Him. And so on their day of
visitation, Jesus came and left with only one
follower-a former demoniac.
Jesus came to Decapolis and when He
arrived, there were crowds waiting for Him.
St Matthew puts it this way, "15:30 And
great crowds came to him, bringing with
them the lame, the maimed the blind, the
dumb, and many others, and they put them
at his feet, and he healed them..." But St
Mark highlights the healing of this one man.
The Scriptures say that "they bring unto
Him...and beseech Him to put His hand
upon him." So, this man did not come of his
own initiative, which gives an important
lesson in evangelism. Our friends, co-
workers, or relatives in need of Christ might
never come to Him if we do not initiate the
invitation.
Having taken the man aside, Jesus heals
him in a most extraordinary way. Putting
His fingers into the man's ears, and taking
spit and touching the
man's tongue, Jesus-
looked up, sighed,
and said "be
opened." This is a


great lesson in communication, symbolism
and love, in the working of God's grace.
This man was deaf, so he could not hear
anything Jesus was saying and also being
tongue-tied he could not outwardly
communicate with Jesus. The touch to the
ear and the spit to the tongue are natural
ways of Christ's expressing compassion for
the man. Jesus simply could have said a
word and the man would be healed, but His
compassion to communicate with this man
demanded more. And He looked up-this
simple action alone would teach the man to
look to God for healing.
Thus, we see the usefulness of
symbolism to communicate the grace of
God. It was not the symbolic act
alone that healed the nian, and Sh
neither is it the symbols we use in
Church on which we should rest our Let e
Faith. But we mustn't think too
lightly about these things either. The Call
ritual and gestures we use in our
worship are useful in demonstration


our love of God.
Just as Jesus came to Decapolis and
blessed those who came to Him in Faith, so
I tell you He is present among us today. We
have a choice. We can be like those who
feared Jesus and begged Him to leave or we
can be like those who brought their needs to
Him and went away praising God. We, too,
must make a choice to know Him or reject
Him, and so I urge you to bring Him all of
your needs. Trust Him. He loves us. I pray
that God would use the Apostles' words and
the symbolism, gestures, and ritual to open
our eyes, ears and mouths that we may see
Him and praise His Holy Name.
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everyone know about special activities
your church has on the horizon.
1 (386) 462-3355, fax (386) 4624569 or
email to gail@AlachuaToday.com


Join us at these local events


EFully Committed (A Gospel singing
group) under the direction of Bro.
Nathaniel Darling extend a special
invitation to join us at Landmark Holy
Temple of God 1220 NE 23rd.Avenue
Gainesville, Saturday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m.
for "Saturday Night Fire." Come out and
share your talents/gifts as we worship
and praise the King of Kings.
*St. Luke AME Church will observe
Family and Friends Day Sunday, Sept.
16 at3 p.m. Deaconess Janice
Roberson, E1Bethel Temple of Jesus of
Orlando, Florida is the guest speaker.
The public is invited. The church is
located at 14950 NW US
Highway 441, Alachua, Florida.
*Landmark Holy Temple of God
Bishop Walter Camps, Sr., Pastor and
Gainesville Family Worship Center
Elder Todd and Evangelist Bev.
Crawford, pastors, present to the next
level "Empowering intercessory prayer
worries" with Min. Emma Davis,
Director of the intercessory prayer
worries band with Walk By Faith
Ministries of the Potters House under the


leadership of Bishop T. D. Jakes, Dallas,
Texas. A special invitation is extended to
everyone to join us Sunday, Sept. 16 at
6:30 p.m. These services will be held at
Landmark Holy Temple of God, 1220
NE 23rd Avenue, Gainesville.
ESt. Madeleine Catholic Church -
"Make it Known" with Rev. Andre
Patenaude, M.S. (aka Fr. Pat) of the Our
Lady of LaSalette Missionaries. Mark
your calendars now. Father Pat will be at
St. Madeleine Catholic Church in High
Springs on Nov. 3-7 for a beautiful
mission.
Fr. Pat is a Priest who has made
music an integral part of his unique
ministry of healing and thousands have
experienced the healing touch of his
unique ministry lives are forever
changed, spiritually, emotionally, and
physically. He has traveled to Germany
where he ministered to our wounded
soldiers and he has touched the lives of
many in the United States, Europe, and
Asia.
Everyone is invited to St. Madeleine
Catholic Church for a church mission


beginning with Fr. Pat speaking at all
Masses on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 3
& 4 and the mission will be Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 5, 6, 7 at
7 p.m. with Mass, Reconciliation and a
Healing Service on Tuesday evening.
Come and witness this beautiful
experience. Anyone can view Fr.
Pat's website is www.fatherpat.org.
Additional information is available from
the St. Madeleine mission coordinator
Jeannette Chapdelaine at 386-497-3179.
*Foundation Chapel Church of God
by Faith is proud to serve the
community as a host site for food
distribution by The Gainesville
Harvest. You are welcome to come
every Thursday from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
The church is located at 13220 NW 150
Avenue, Alachua. The phone is 386-
462-2549. Elder Willie J. McKnight, Sr.,
Pastor
*Hare Krishna Temple Free feast
every Sunday at 4 p.m. The Temple is
located three miles north of Alachua on
State Road 235.


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The Heartland Community Places of Worship


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.
Wednesday Bible Class 7 p.m.
Ministers: Gene Burgett & Lany Pahman
(386) 462-3326

K Mych ristcentraL com
S 386-462-2264

C HR I ST C 1- INTRA ..L
IN ISTRIES
"'BuildirgLife Together"
Temporary Location
locatedd at 14200 NW 148th Place
Downtown Alachua (in the old Post Office)
Service Times:


Sunday


9:00-10:15am


10:30- 11:00am
Life Groups
meet at various times during the week


Student Miri-Ary


Wednesday
7:13pm


a. aIl tantisa Inglican CIturd;
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 a.m. Sunday 10:30 a.m.
and other special services as announced.
8100 SW Archer Road (Shrine Club)
(352) 317-5757 www.AllsaintsXnEC.org

Corinth Baptist Church
5577 NW 290 Street, Newberry
Pastor Henry M. Rodgers
(352) 472-7770 or (352) 495-2510
Sunday: Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning
Worship 11am., Evening Worship 7 p.m.
Wednesday: Pioneer Club & Dinner
(ages 3 to high school) 6:30 p.m.
Prayer and Bible Study 7 p.m.
Choir Practice 8:15 p.m.


First United Methodist First United Methodist Church
Church ofAlachua Hwy 441 S., High Springs
14805 NW 140th Street 462-2443 Sunday School: 10 a.m.,
Rev. RobAtchley, Pastor Contemporary Worship: 8:45 a.m.,
Jeff Van Valey, Youth & Children's Minister Traditional Worship: 11a.m.,
Youth Fellowship: 5p.m.
Worship, 8:30 am. & 11 am. Wed. Youth Fellowship 6:45 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 am. Church offers transportation to & from services.
Sunday Youth Events, 4:30 p.m. Youth/Childrens Director: Holly Erskine
www.gbgm-umc.org/alachuafumc Gary Eldred, Pastor (386) 454-1255


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F .1 P? I L e C H I) R C

fi-Impc,'i"g Lives
Hqnh the lrruth of
;od's ~Word."


New Oak Grove Baptist Church
Sunday School 10 am., Worship 11 am.,
Evening Service 6 p.m.
Wednesday Fellowship Meal 6 p.m.
Prayer Mtg/Bible Study 7 p.m.
RAs, GAs & Students 7 p.m.
Nursery Provided
Bill Woods, Interim Pastor
386-462-3390 18105 NW 262 Avenue

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
S2020 NE 15 Stbret Gainesville
(352) 514-7047


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


Senior Pastors: Edwin & Angela Anderson
386-454-1563
www.impactfamilychurch.com
16710 NW US 441 Betreen High Springs & lachua


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.
Morning 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
Anglican Tradition
Sunday Services at 10 a.m.
105 NW 2nd St. (next door
tp High Springs City Hall)
/ Father David Kidd
(386) 454-9812


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

Christian Fam ily
W o rsh ip & Bible Co lleg e
"..But as for me and my house, we will
serve the Lord" Joshua 24:15 NKJV
Dr. Lloyd S. Williams, Pastor & Founder
220 NE First Avenue, P.O. Box 2187
High Springs, FL 32655
Church: (386) 454-2367 Home: (386) 454-8251
Cell: (386) 344-0058



t( 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
386-454-1700 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 Worship 6 p.m.; Tuesday: 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


HIGH SPRINGS CHURCH
OF CHRIST
520 NE Santa Fe Boulevard
Bible Classes forAll Ages 9:30 am.
Worship 10:30 am.
Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Classes 7 p.m.
highspringscofc@alltel.net
Minister: Wayne Rodgers (386)454-2930

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 a.m.; 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.
Your search for friendly church has ended.


St. John's United
Methodist Church
Open Arms, Loving Hearts
S & Helping Hands.
Sunday 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 386462-8454
PastorV Mike Lee


"We know that in all things
we are more than
....Conquerors. We are
SChampions." Romans 8:37
Visit us at Sidney Lanier School, located at 312 NW 16 Ave. (Near Burger King, Comer of Main & 16thAve.)
SCongregational Prayer: 10 am. Praise & Worship: 10:30 am. Morning Service: 11 am.
Children's Church: 11 a.m. Bible Study: Wed Evening 7 p.m.
Bible Study location announced Sunday For information call: (352) 318-2208


Chrlstian %Life Fellowship
Assembly of God
Contemporary Worship/Ministry All Ages
Sunday: SS 9:30 am.Worship 10:30 am.
Wed. 7 p.m./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 Chwuih in WesternAlachua County
Pastor Ty Keys
22405 W. Newberry Road in
Milam Funeral Home's Chapel
(352) 472-9500
Worship: Sunday 9 am.
For info go to www.gracecommunityPCA.org
Reaching Out with the Love of Christ by Lifting Up
the Name ofChrist-Come hear the Doctrines of Grace


Legacy baptist Church
SSunday Services at The Alachua Women's
Club, 255 S. Main St., Alachua
Children's Sunday School 9:30 am
Church Service -10:30 am
Family N;ii, ihll. 6:30 pm
Pastor John Jernigan (386) 454-5529
www.legacybaptistchurch.org


Assembly of God
Located at 14200 NW 148th Place
Downtown Alachua
www. riveroflifeassembly. org


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
386.4k2.2732(church) 386.462.4396 (Fax)
stlukeamechurch@alltel.net


CHRIST'S ANGLICAN CHURCH
... seeking the Lord as He
wills to be found ...
323 S.W. County Road 778
High Springs, Florida 32643
(386) 454-1845
www.anglican-fellowship.org
SUNDAY WORSHIP 10 a.m.

First Presbyterian
Church
of Alachua
Rev. Virginia McDaniel, Pastor
J V 14623 NW 140 Street
(386) 462-1549
Sunday School 9 a.m., Worship Service
10:30 a.m. Nursery provided.
www.firstpresalachua.org

Hare Krishna Temple
International Society for Krishna
Consciousness (ISKCON)
Founder Acarya His Divine Grace
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
3 miles north ofAlachua on State Road 235
Sunday Services 3:15-7 p.m.: Lecture,
meditation, chanting, and fiee vegetarian
feast. Open to the public. (386)462-2017

Living Hope in Christ
Outreach Ministries
1120 S. Main Street, High Springs
Located on Hwy 27 across from Tumblemania
Tues.: Bible Study 7 p.m.;
Tues.: Prayer Meeting 8 p.m.;
Sun.: Hour of Power 9 a.m., Sunday
School 10 a.m., Services 11 a.m.
1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays Evening Services 4 p.m.
Pastor Larry Cannady, Sr. (386) 454-4169


Services
Sunday: 11:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
Children's Church 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday:
Adult & Children Bible Study 7 p.m.
Consumed Youth Service 7 pm.
Nursery provided for all services.
Pastor Greg Evans 352-870-7288


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
0210 N.E. Santa Fe Boulevard
'(U.S. Hwy. 441), High Springs
(386) 454-2358


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BUDGET:
Continued from page Al


Final budget likely to change before adoption


Alachua," Burgess said.
City revenue will be affected by the
implementation of tax cuts, including a
reduced millage rate that was also approved
on first hearing at the commission meeting.
The millage rate, which is the taxable rate
on property, was reduced to 4.7064 mills,
which is five-percent less than the 4.9541
mills that would be needed to maintain the
same property tax revenue from last year.
Consequently, Alachua property tax
revenue will decrease by approximately
$168,000.
The decreased millage rate comes as, a
result of the City complying with the
Property Tax Reform legislation passed by
the Florida State Legislature earlier this
summer, which set unprecedented
restrictions on municipalities' ability to set
their own millage rates.


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"We feel it's a travesty that our village
rate is being dictated to us," Alachua City
Manager Clovis Watson, Jr. said.
"Sometimes the Legislature feels like it can
run city governments, and maybe they will
begin to completely run them from
Tallahassee."
Some issues concerning the final
amount of the Alachua City budget remain
undecided. Commissioner Jean
Calderwood asked Watson if the amount the
city pays to Alachua County for some
administrative services, particularly for
providing a fire station, would remain the
same.
"I feel comfortable we will reach a
compromise," Watson said regarding the
status of negotiations for the fire station
service. "They [Alachua County] proposed
a seven-percent increase, and we proposed,


a three-percent increase. I am confident
they will compromise because the fire
station is of great benefit to them serving
nearby unincorporated areas, and because
they haven't had a problem with the City of
Alachua like they have with other
municipalities. The City is prepared to
have our own fire department if it comes to
that, but I'm confident we will reach a
compromise."
Watson also said he is hoping the City
will receive some county funding for its
transit system, AlachuWay CATS. He said
another way will be found to fund the
project if the county does not assist.
It was also noted during the meeting that
the City spent $300,000 defending itself
from various litigations brought against it
during the current fiscal year.
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2004 GMC Yukon Denali
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2004 Chevrolet Silverado
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2004 Chevrolet Tahoe LT
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2003 Chevrolet X-Cab
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2002 Ford F150 XLT
X-Cab. ............ $13,525
2002 Jeep Wrangler
Low Miles .........'..$16,495
2002 Chevrolet HD 2500
Crew (Diesel) .... ....$20,695
2002 Chevrolet Silverado
X-Cab 4x4 ..........$17,800
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BOB'S CITGO: M
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stores continuing. Milliken
believes the combined gas
stations and convenience stores
will continue to get bigger,
while smaller stores will
probably go out of business.
"I'm one of the few small
business people left," said
Milliken about the gas station.
Milliken, 50, was born in
Utah, but raised in Minnesota
outside the Twin Cites of
Minneapolis/St. Paul. After
graduating from college with a
degree in both business
administration and applied
politics, Milliken worked for
several political campaigns,
including former Virginia
Senator Chuck Robb's
successful bid for Governor in
1981, and as a campaign aid for
former Congressman, the late
Norman Sisisky of Virginia.
After working on political
campaigns, Milliken moved to
Florida in the mid 1980s.
Florida was an attractive
destination for Milliken


because his parents were living
in the state. He also saw the
move as an opportunity for a
more stable occupation that the
world of political campaigns
couldn't offer.
"It would be something to
fill in the blanks," said Milliken
of his move to Florida.
In 1985 Milliken opened a
Chevron station location at the
site of his present gas station.
In 1992 the Chevron station
became a Citgo, and in 2000
Milliken's station become a
large convenience store and gas
station with more pumps to help
meet the needs of a growing
customer base: Since the'
store's expansion Milliken
credits his employees with the
store's success for the way they-
serve area customers.
"I think part of it is because
we work with the local people,"
said Milliken.
Because of fluctuations in
gas prices, Milliken said his
business has been up and down


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE TO
VOLUNTARILY ANNEX
CERTAIN PROPERTY INTO
THE CITY OF ALACHUA,
FLORIDA
The City ofAlachua City Commission will hold public hearing on proposed
ordinance on September 24, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. The hearing will be held in the
Commission Chambers of the new City Hall, at 15100 NW 142 Terrace,
Alachua, Florida.
The ordinance title is as follows:
ORDINANCE 07-48
AN ORDINANCE OF 'THE CITY OF ALACHUA, FLORIDA,
EXTENDING THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
ALACHUA, FLORIDA TO INCLUDE CERTAIN LANDS LYING
CONTIGUOUS TO THE EXISTING CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY; PROVIDING THAT ALL EXISTING LAWS, ORDINANCES,
RULES AND REGULATIONS SHALL APPLY IN SAID AREA;
PROVIDING THAT THE PROPERTY LAND INHABITANTS ARE
SUBJECT TO EXISTING INDEBTEDNESS AND LIABLE FOR
TAXATION; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE (WILKERSON
PARCEL NUMBER 03068-001-000).




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be sent to the following address: City of Alachua, Planning and
appeal any decision made at these public hearings, you will need to ensure that
Community Development Department, P.O. Box 9, Machua FL 32616.
appeal any decision made at these public hearings, you will need to ensure that
a verbatim record is made. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities
Act, any persons with a disability requiring reasonable accommodation in order
to participate in this meeting should call the City Clerk at (386) 462-1231 at
least 48 hours prior to the public hearing.
(Pub.: September 13, 2007)


since the time he opened his
store. Milliken said roadwork
on Interstate 75 had also
affected his business, but added
that business picked up after the
roadwork was complete.
Milliken also said his business
suffered during a time when
tourism was down in Florida
because of the increase in
violent crimes in the state.
Even with the ups and
downs, Milliken has always
picked up the pieces and
enjoyed going to work on a
daily basis.
"I never dread coming to
work," said Milliken.
When he's not busy working
at the Citgo station, Milliken
enjoys being with his four sons
who range in age from 13 to 21
at his farm outside of Alachua.
Milliken has also been active
with the Santa Fe Boys
Basketball Boosters serving as
president of the organization.
Milliken said he doesn't take
many vacations out of state


because he feels he gets the best
vacation in the world living in
Florida and enjoying the
pleasant climate the Sunshine
State offers.
Over the years.Milliken said
he's seen Alachua grow due to
residents moving away from
major cities to smaller areas
that are family friendly.
Milliken believes Alachua is
attractive to new residents
because of the many unique
characteristics the area offers.
"Alachua has lots to offer,
especially with Main Street,"
said Milliken.
Milliken said he feels
fortunate to be in a profession
that he enjoys and live in an
area with so much to offer.
"It doesn't get better than
this," said Milliken. "I'm
blessed to have a good'job like
this."
# # #


PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
PROPOSED ORDINANCES

The High Springs City Commission will hold a public hearing on the
following proposed Ordinances on Thursday, September 27, 2007 at
6:30 pm. The hearing will be held at the City Commission Room at City
Hall of the City of High Springs, 110 NW 1st Avenue, High Springs, FL:
The proposed Ordinances are:-
ORDINANCE 2007-40
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE VOLUNTARY
ANNEXATION OF TAX PARCEL 01441-002-000 INTO THE
CITY OF HIGH SPRINGS; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE:
(SANTA FE MEADOWS, INC) (LOCATED ON CR 340)

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% HICH RECORD. INCLUDES THE' -TES TIMON YAND
A copy of this document may be reviewed at the Office of the City Clerk,
Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30 pm. Interested parties in the
above item are invited to attend and express their concerns.

JAMES D. DRUMM
City Manager/Clerk
PLEASE NOTE: PURSUANT TO SECTION 286.015, FLORIDA
STATUTES, IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY
DECISION MADE BY THE CITY COMMISSION WITH
RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED DURING THIS
MEETING HE OR SHE WILL NEED TO ENSURE THAT A
VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,
'\\HICH RECORD) INCLUDES THE, TESTIMONY AND
EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICAN WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, A PERSON WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING
ANY SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN CITY
COMMISSION MEETINGS, SHOULD CONTACT THE OFFICE
OF THE CITY MANAGER, 110 N.W. 1ST AVENUE, HIGH
SPRINGS, FLORIDA 32643, TELEPHONE (386) 454-1416
(Pub.: September 13 and 20, 2007)


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By DAN REID
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS Saturday
morning was a time of
remembrance as High Springs
residents and city officials
celebrated the life of longtime
educator Catherine Taylor during a
park dedication ceremony on the
site of the former Douglass High
School.
People remembered Taylor,
who passed away in 1975, as
someone who had a loving spirit
and as a mentor who had a lasting
impact on the students who had the
fortune to come under her tutelage.
According to High Springs
Commissioner Byran Williams,
who served as Master of
Ceremonies at the dedication,
Taylor was a mother figure to area
youth.
"She had an impact on the
whole community. She was a
mama to every kid. in the
community," said Williams.
Williams said Taylor always
had children as her number one
priority. He said Taylor brought in
many recreation activities for area
children such as basketball and
softball.
Over 100 people attended the
event that featured a plaque
unveiling, remarks from city
officials, and a biography of Taylor.
People were also treated to a
barbecue lunch courtesy of the High
Springs Fire Department Williams
said the dedication was a history
lesson to citizens on the impact
Taylor had on High Springs.
Saturday's event was not the
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Catherine Taylor's nephew Bobby Kennedy, right, mingles at a
ceremony for Taylor last Saturday in High Springs. The City of High
Springs renamed the park on the site of the former Douglass High
School in honor of Taylor who was an educator and mentor to High
Springs children for many decades.


only one dedicated to Taylor over
the weekend. On Friday an event
was held at the Mount Olive Baptist
church in Taylor's honor with
remembrances from former
students. Students who spoke at the
event told many stories about Taylor
expressing the love and discipline
she instilled in their lives.
High Springs Mayor Larry
Travis said Taylor molded many
leaders that walked through her
classroom. He said Taylor's
influence is indelibly etched
throughout High Springs.
"She had a tremendous
influence on the entire community,"
said Travis.
Taylor's nephew, Bobby
Kennedy, who is the only surviving
member of Taylor's family,
remembered his aunt as someone
who was a huge presence in her
family.
"She was a tremendous
presence. She was loving and very
strict," said Kennedy.
Kennedy said he's happy that
High Springs officials have
dedicated apark in honor of his aunt.
Appreciative of city officials and
citizens for their efforts in
organizing the ceremony, Kennedy
said, I'm very blessed to see this."


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Kennedy said he was certain his
aunt was enjoying the ceremony
from the heavens.
"She's smiling down on us
seeing the results of hard labor," said
Kennedy.
High Springs City Manager Jim
Drumm said he was thrilled to see
the community come together and
learn more about the life of Taylor.
"I think it's exciting to see the
whole community together," said.
Drumm.
Williams said he got positive
feedback on how the dedication
turned out. He mentioned the high
number of people who attended the
event made the day seem like a huge
family reunion. Williams said
Taylor would be proud of
Saturday's event.
"She'd be very appreciative of
what was going on," said Williams.
Williams is hopeful people will
remember Taylor and her impact on
the High Springs community when
walking through the park that bears
her name.
"Hopefully people will keep
remembering her every time they
walk the park," said Williams.
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FIRE SERVICES: Crunch also hitting sports complex
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charge businesses nine cents per square foot up to
10,000 square feet.
Originally the proposed increase in fire
assessment rates included residential property
owners paying a rate of $75 per dwelling unit and
non-residential business owners paying 14 cents
per square foot capped at 10,000 square feet.
Newberry Mayor John Glanzer said with cuts
mandated by the Florida legislature along with no
increase in fire assessment rates, more
firefighters will have to work overtime during
their shifts because of the cuts in part-time fire
employees. However, Glanzer assured Newberry
citizens that emergency response times will not
slow down, and that the level of services offered
from the department will remain the same.
Newberry will also see delays with the
implementation of an irrigation system at the
Newberry Sports Complex along with a delay in
refurbishing a basketball. court at a city park.
City Recreation and Parks Director Richard
Blaylock said his department won't be trimmed
dramatically for the upcoming fiscal year.
Blaylock expressed confidence that the
recreation department will be a revenue generator
for Newberry and offset losses the city is
experiencing in other departments.
The city will see a decrease in revenues of
$226,000 and the millage rate will fall from 4.45


to 3.69 for the upcoming year.
Even with the budget cuts, water and sewer
revenues will increase and Newberry city
employees will get a two-percent cost of living
allowance (COLA) increase. In addition,
cemetery along with roads and streets services
will increase in general fund expenditures.
Glanzer said with cuts to the budget taking
place along with the possibility of the "Super"
Homestead exemption being enacted by voters in
January, Newberry citizens will have to decide
what services they want and at what level.
Newberry City Manager Keith Ashby said the
process of formulating the budget was a trying
experience for him because of the amount of the
cuts required. The City Manager praised city
department heads for their work on the upcoming
budget.
Ashby said when he considered the budget he
was also thinking about the budget for next year
and the effects of a "Super" Homestead
Exemption would have. "We have to be ready to
address that," said Ashby.
Ashby declined to speculate on what
Newberry's budget would look like if voters
passed the exemption.
"I don't want to predict anything because it
wouldn't be fair to the city staff," said Ashby.
# # #


Bruce Borders and Florida
Highway Patrol Sergeant Virgil
Sandlin stand beside Borders'
riderless -horse in honor of
Glenn M. Murray, Jr., a former
police officer with the Alachua
Police Department who passed
away Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007.
Murray was born in Lake City
and was also employed as a
Florida Highway Patrolman for
22 years. He was a U. S. Army
Veteran of the Vietnam War and
a member of the First Baptist
Church of Branford. Murray is
survived by his wife, Janice
Murray of High Springs;
mother, Sybil Murray of High
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A6 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY VOICE OF THE HEARTLANDS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2007




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ESTABLISHED IN 2000
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ELLEN B. BOUKARI
Executive Editor
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news and events relevant
to all citizens of the
Heartland Communities.
Above all, the staff is
dedicated to policies of
fairness and objectivity,
and to avoiding what is
sometimes characterized as
"agenda journalism."
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Alachua County Today
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to: (1) balanced reporting
of news and events
relevant to the community,
and (2) reporting on all
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How about a helping of customer service?


America is often called a nation of
fast food junkies.
And with good reason, those fast
food junkies spend more than. $130
billion annually on fast food.
Who hasn't grabbed a sack of burgers
or a chicken me-something in the past
month, or even the past week?
I like fast food.
It's fast.
It's cheap.
And if you are selective, .
it's even possible to get 'a
nutritional meal. .
But what is even harder to
get is good service.
If you were one of the
millions who patronized a fast
food drive-thru last week, how
many received good service?
Whatever happened to ..
service with a smile?
How about service in ELLE
general?
I frequent a particular fast Today
food chain several times a
week they usually have okay salads
and the price isn't bad.
But the service generally is.
The cashier is occasionally pleasant,
but not particularly accurate with the
orders.
I always check the bag to see if they
provided a fork, a napkin, etc.
Picky, maybe. But eating a salad with
one's fingers is just about as appetizing
as walking around with an oil and
vinegar drenched crouton and a bit of
lettuce dangling from your sleeve all
afternoon.
And unfortunately, there's a 20-
percent chance on any given day that the


fork didn't make it into the bag but two
knives did.
There's a fifty-fifty chance there's no
napkin in the bag.
I have thrown in the towel on salt and
pepper.
They never put that in the bag
without being asked, and too frequently,
the packets are empty
anyway.
P Is it too much to ask
That the order is right?
That's why I have
learned to never pull
.., away from the window
until inventory is done
to make sure that every
item that should be in
the bag, is in the bag.
I've spent a lot of
time waiting in drive-
thru lines.
N BOUKARI I'm guessing that
customers ahead of me
y Columnist are checking their bags
as well.
So imagine my disbelief at what
unfolded just a few days ago.
I received my order, the usual salad
and a soda yes, I know that sounds like
nutritional nirvana.
Once I had been handed the bag
through the car window, I proceeded to
take inventory.
This took maybe five seconds eight
seconds tops.
I was almost ready to step on the gas
when the window employee called out,
"M'am could you drive out of the line
and do that, we have customers waiting
and we're trying to keep up?"
Give me a break.


I wait in line to place my order, I wait
at the first window to pay, and then I wait
at the second window until the order is
finally ready.
And I can't have a few seconds to
check it because you guys can't get it
straight to begin with?
Please note that I didn't actually say
this.
I did however tell her, "I check my
order because sometimes things get left
out."
I guess she didn't like that because
her eyes started to squint like a first
grade teacher when a youngster is
playing tunes with his armpit.
Timing is indeed everything, because
at that exact moment I realized I didn't
get a straw with the soda.
And using my "inside voice" I asked,
"Could I please have a straw?"
"I already gave you one."
Please note that she wasn 't using her
inside voice.
"No, you didn't."
"Yes, I did."
And then I proceeded to check inside
the bag, on the front seat, on the floor,
under the seat, etc.
And those precious seconds were
tick, tick, ticking away.
In desperation, she shoved a straw
through the window saying, "Here's
another one."
I proceeded to thank her, pleasantly
saying that I always check for straws and
napkins. I explained that just last week I
didn't receive a napkin with my order.
In desperation, she hurriedly grabbed
a fistful of napkins, shoving them
through the window as well.
As I slipped the car into drive, I


cheerfully declined, telling her that I
didn't need any napkins today why she
had indeed already given me one.
It really wasn't that big a deal, and
maybe those 15 illicit seconds or so had
fouled up the restaurant's apparently
newly implemented and strictly enforced
quality control standards.
But really, the issue is customer
service.
Like millions of others teenagers, my
first job was flipping burgers and
cashiering for a major burger chain.
I learned a lot on that job, not the
least of which was something called
customer service.
Back in the day, it didn't matter if a
customer had been given 10 straws, and
they were standing in front of you with
the whole kit and caboodle sticking out
of their ears and nasal cavities!
If they asked for yet another, you
handed it to them with a smile, and
wished them a good day to boot!
I don't know whatever happened to
the customer being number one, but the
next time I'm asked if I want a combo.
meal, I'm goingto say, "Yes, I'll take a
#1 with a little customer service on the
side."
And for the record, she really hadn't
given me a straw.
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Ellen via email at
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remember, if you don't want your mama
to read it, don't send it!
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Sheriff warns about assassin


High Springs Police Department
The information below has
been compiled based on police
reports provided by the High
Springs Police Department.
Today Staff Report

On Aug. 30 at 12:14 p.m., High
Springs police officers made
contact with 19-year-old High
Springs resident Sadie Dunbar
at the 18000 block of SE
Douglass Avenue. Police
arrested Dunbar on an active
Alachua County warrant for
burglary and theft. Police
transported Dunbar to the
Alachua County Jail.


-On Sept. 7 at 10:02 p.m., High
Springs police officers
conducted a traffic stop on a
vehicle driven by 41-year-old
Lake Butler resident Tonya
SKmieciak. During the traffic
stop it was discovered
Kmieciak had an active warrant
out of Lake County. Police
arrested Kmiechiak and
transported her to the Alachua
County Jail.
*On Sept. 4 an employee of the
S & S Food Store at 905 South
Main Street in High Springs
reported to police that someone
stole beer from the store


between 9:05 p.m. and 9:09
p.m. At this time there are no
known suspects and the
investigation is ongoing.
"On Sept. 4 at 11:10 a.m., High
Springs police officers observed
53-year-old High Springs
resident Michael Osteen in the
parking lot of the United States
Post Office located on 25 NW
4th Avenue in High Springs.
According to police, Osteen had
previously trespassed at the
IIcatrion and as a result was
arrested for trespass after
warning. Police transported
)steen to the AljchLta Cotrnt!
Jail.


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Brown Hairi
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White Male,
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01/21/63
Black Hair,
Blue Eyes

Currently
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Black Male,
5'5",
08/06/82
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

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Black Male,
03/18/1981
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes
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Black male,
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Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

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Charles B. Travaris L.
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Black Male, Black Man,
5'9, 1/28/73 6'0, 9/11/85
Black Hair, Black Hair,
Rrown Evc Brown Eyes


Currently
wanted for:
Fail to Obey
LEO to Stop


Currently
wanted for:
Kidnap Adult
for Ranson,
Robbery W/O
Weapon


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Zellie Biggers.
Black Male,
6'4", 4/30/59
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Battery, Child
Support,
DWLSR


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

Currently
wanted for:
Grand Theft


Marcus T.
Williams
White Male,
09/23/1955
Gray Hair,
Green Eyes.
5'8", 1801bs

Currently
wanted for:
Fraud


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Dennis L.
Perkins
White Male,
10/31/1978
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes
5'7", 150 Ibs

Currently
wanted for:
Battery,
Resisting LEO


Donna K.
Ratcliff
White Female,
11/20/1960
Brown Hair,
Green Eyes
5'3", 1301bs

Currently
wanted for:
Felony
Prostitution


Jonathan S.
Dupree
Black Male,
11/08/1983
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes
5'10", 1451bs

Currently
wanted for:
Sale of
Cocaine


Allen C.
Tate
White Male,
01/13/1987
Blond Hair,
Hazel Eyes
5'10", 1401bs

Currently
wanted for:
Battery


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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.
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APPREHEND ANY OF THESE INDIVIDUALS.
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KAMINSKAS: Drumm: Kaminskas displayed great leadership during hurricanes
Continued from page A


devoted to his job, but devoted
to his family and friends as
well.
"He was many things to
many people. He was a father,
husband, and friend," said
Shelor.
Shelor said Kaminskas
always had an eye toward the
future with police technology.
"He was a visionary when it
came to law enforcement
technology," said Sehlor.
Kaminskas' friend, Roger
Baltz, said the chief was always
easy to talk to and he had
enjoyed many days sitting at a
table sipping a Coke with him.
"There was a lot of life in
Ray Kaminskas," said Baltz.
Baltz described him as
smart, tough, honest, and
generous. Baltz said
Kaminskas was a man who was


proud of his work and took
pride in the success of his two
daughters who eventually
became engineers. He added
that Kaminskas always liked to
be around people and freely
express his ideas with them.
"He was generous with his
times and generous with his
ideas," said Baltz.
High Springs Police
Lieutenant Gordon Fulwood
said Kaminskas was detail
oriented and was always quick
to backup an officer on a call
when needed. He said that
Kaminskas cared about the lives
of everyone who worked in the
department. Fulwood
remembered him as a mentor
and a friend.
High Springs City Manager
Jim Drumm said he remembers
Kaminskas as one who showed


great leadership during the
hurricanes that struck North
Central Florida in 2004.
Drumm said the generator at the
police station was down and the
department was not able to take
calls from citizens. To restore
power Kaminskas borrowed a
generator from a trailer parked
at the back of the station and
connected the generator to the
station.
"Trees were down, roads
were flooded, but we could
respond because he made that
difference," said Drumm.
Drumm said even though
Kaminskas' time as High
Springs Police Chief was cut
short the impact he made on the


city will forever stay with High
Springs. The City Manager
added during the three.years he
knew Kaminskas he came to
rely on him for advice and
ideas.
"He became a trusted
advisor, and he became my
friend," said Drumm.
During the memorial, High
Springs Mayor Larry Travis
proclaimed Tuesday as Ray
Kaminskas Day. Kaminskas
said the chief's presence will be
missed in the community.
"We'll certainly miss him
and his smiling presence," said
Travis.
Alachua County Sheriff
Sadie Darnell said she always


looked forward to the times
when she and Kaminskas would
get together. Darnell said she
made it a point to sit next to him
at an event.
"If Chief was there I wanted
to be around him and sit next to
him," said Darnell.
Before the memorial High
Springs Commissioner Kirk
Eppenstein said Kaminskas'
untimely death was a
tremendous loss for the entire
community. Eppenstein added
Kaminskas made great strides
with the police department's
morale and bringing new
equipment to the department.
The commissioner said
Kaminskas' creativity was an


asset to the police department
and High Springs.
"He was creative in bringing
the best service possible to High
Springs," said Eppenstein.
Eppenstein said he's going
to miss Kaminskas and the
qualities he brought to High
Springs.
"I'm going to miss his
presence in High Springs a great
deal," said Eppenstein.
Darnell said the world is
better place because of
Kaminskas.
"Our world was blessed
with Chief Ray Kaminskas,"
said Darnell.
# # #


COFFEE SHOP:
Continued from page Al

Local and national artists to


be featured in
here," said Wise.
"We want the gallery to
have a local focus with local
artists on display," he said.
But Wise said the gallery
will also include art from New
York and Los Angeles.
"There are a growing
number of artists who are tired
of the big city scene and are
eager to see how their work will
do in a shop like this," said
Wise who commented that the

artists could even stay upstairs
if they need or want to.
He will live in the apartment
upstairs that he is renovating.
"People normally just speed
on through the town," he said.
"I hope I can give them a
reason to slow down and stop
in."
"The whole town is very
excited," said Waldo City
Manager Kim Worley. "We are
glad to have him back and we


gallery
are all wishing him the best of
luck."
Local residents are also glad
to have Wise home. His mother
is a beautician in town and has
been providing plenty of
advertising for his new
business.
Bobby Cook, who has lived
in Waldo for over 20 years, said
he is anxious for Wise's shop to
open and that he hopes it will
do well.
"This is a dream come
true," Wise said, gazing up at
his two-story brick building.
"It's what I'm supposed to do."
The opening date has not
yet been set but Wise
anticipates that it will be open
for business some time in
October.
Anyone wishing to learn
more about the coffee shop can
check out 30124coffee.com
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MURDER: Arrington still required
Continued from page A to attend court hearings

for the murder of his brother, residence at 23628 SW 15th
35-year-old Carl James Avenue in Newberry. After
Arrington. According to the Arrington answered the door,
Alachua County Sheriff's Michael Arrington entered the
Office (ACSO), during the home and shot his brother
early morning hours of July 10, according to ASCO.
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* Fourth-ranked
Newberry led 21-0,
before Dixie
County's 14-point
fourth quarter
By CLIFF OLSEN
SToday Sports Writer
CROSS CITY- In its season-
opening win over Santa Fe, the
Newberry High School football
team struggled in the first half,
before scoring 27 unanswered-
points in the second half to
claim victory.


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Santa Fe

* The Raiders will look for their
13th straight playoff appearance
under new leadership
By CLIFF OLSEN
Today Sports Writer
With the first day of girls basketball
practice just over a month away and Santa
Fe still in need of a head coach, Raiders'
Athletic Director Michele Faulk turned to a
member of the Santa Fe family.
Leroy Williams, Sr., who
has more than 20 years
experience of coaching
basketball, was hired as
Santa Fe's new head girls
basketball coach.
Williams is no stranger
to Alachua and the
Williams basketball program at
Santa Fe. The current
Dean of Students at A.L. Mebane Middle
School, Williams previously served as both
the head coach of the Raiders boys and girls
basketball teams during the 1980s. He also
had a stint as the head coach of Santa Fe's
junior varsity boys team, while also serving
as a varsity assistant under former Raiders'
head boys coach Rick Swain.
"I'm excited about working with the
girls," said Williams, who was an assistant
coach when the Raiders boys team
advanced to the Class 4A state semifinals in
WILLIAMS on page B3


claw past
But last Friday night against Boyette
Dixie County was different as "Last
the Panthers held a comfortable way w
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touchdown said iN
lead after Tommy
three quarters place to
of play. on their
Ho we ve r, tough fi
Newberry over he
had to place is
overcome KeelerAntw
injury and a yards o
late rally by the home team, but three
managed to escape with a 21-14 Panther
win over Dixie County in front the bal
of a packed house at Bruce


Bears
Stadium.
week I didn't like the
e started, this week I
ke the way we finished,"
Tewberry head coach
Keeler. "This is a hard
play. Dixie plays tough
r home field, they are a
football team and coming
ere and winning at their
a great win for us."
'an Ivey rushed for 137
n 24 carries and scored
touchdowns for the
rs (2-0), who controlled
1 for much of the first
PANTHERS on page B3


RICK BABSTON/Alachua County Today
Newberry's Ryan Brown looks to make a catch two weeks
ago during the Panthers' win over Santa Fe.


Half a problem


MIKE DAROZA/Alachua County Today
Middleburg's Chase Weiskopf tries to fend off Raider junior defender Vernnis Jenkins during the Broncos' 45-
19 win over Santa Fe last Friday night.


* Former Raider Tracy
Ham's jersey to be
retired Friday
By ADAM BOUKARI
Today Sports Writer
MIDDLEBURG After a tough
season-opening loss to Newberry, the
last thing the Santa Fe High School
football team wanted to do was travel
to Class 4A Middleburg and record
another loss. Unfortunately for the


Raiders, that's exactly what
happened as the Broncos used a
dominating first half to send Santa Fe
(0-2) packing with a 45-19 loss.
"Right now it's the tale of two
halves," explained Raider head coach
Bart Brooks. "We talked all week
long about playing four quarters.
And honestly, we had a bad week of
practice. We've got to pick it up at
practice and that's the coaches' fault
and we'll pick it up."


SMiddleburg churned out a
whopping 553 yards of offense, 318
of which came from the ground
game. The Broncos picked up
yardage early with a nine-play, 92-
yard drive capped by a one-yard
Rodney Jones touchdown run. After
a botched snap, Middleburg ended up
converting a two-point play for an 8-
0 lead with 9:16 left in the opening
quarter.
RAIDERS on page B4


I'm




back...

Well, hello there.
It's been a while since we've
spoken, but now that football
season's back, so is Mikey.
A lot has happened since the
last weekly column.
For starters, I should go ahead
and get it
out of the
way and
confess
that the
New
Resolution
I set back .- I
(to lose 41
pounds and MIKE DAROZA
six inches today sports Columnist
off my
waistline)
is once again officially toast
by September.
Except, this time it's only
toast because I've actually lost
46 pounds and six inches off my
waistline.
Obviously, I wish I could
promise you that this will
somehow have an impact on my
column-writing skills, but
you'll just have to stay tuned
and make your own conclusion.
I will say, however, that from
this point forward, this column
will take on a new, streamlined
look over the next few months.
Sure, I will from time to time,
be writing a full "meaningful"
column on various subjects
when the need arises.
But, for the most part, this
column will be a matriculating,
quick-hitting montage of an
assortment of topics regarding
the sports world we live in.
Oh, and to make it a little
easier on the eye, each topic
will have its very own mini
headline in bold print (in case
you're wondering, another
thing that happened since the
last time we spoke was that I
turned 40, and for some odd
reason, I'm now a little more
conscious about eyesight in
general).
So, without further ado, here
goes:
No, it wasn't Homecoming
Week for Middleburg...or,
was it?
After leaving the Santa Fe-
Middleburg game Friday night,
Mikey and some friends
stopped by Mickey D's for a
DAROZA on page B2


Raiders rammed


* Santa Fe falls to
Eastside in five-
game match
By ADAM BOUKARI
Today Sports Writer
ALACHUA Starting out
the season 5-5 isn't exactly
how many expected the Santa
Fe High School volleyball team
to start its 2007 campaign.
After two consecutive district
championships, two straight
regional playoff appearances
and multiple returning starters,
the Raiders entered the season
with high.expectations.
Those expectations are still
intact but an inconsistent, roller
coaster start to the season has
lid td a par relrd for the


Raiders. Santa Fe's most recent
loss came by the hands of
Eastside Tuesday night in
Raider Gym, 25-22, 18-25, 25-
22, 19-25, 15-11.
"This was a very frustrating
game to me as a coach," said a
disappointed Santa Fe head
coach Michele Faulk following
her team's loss. "To see my
team play one way on Saturday
(Gator Town Classic) and then
this tonight. The girls know
what the problems are, but
they're not fixing them. This
team has to step up and fix the
problems quickly, deal with
adversity and move forward as
a team."
Santa Fe took an early
advantage in the first game,
SAiTA FE on page B4


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RICK BABSTON/Alachua County Today
Santa Fe setter jelsi New prepares to set a quick set for senior
middle blocker Cielsea Pearl on Tuesday night


Panthers st

* Newberry has
dropped its first five
matches of the season
By CLIFF OLSEN
Today Sports Writer
NEWBERRY Two' or three
times each week during the
season the Newberry High
School volleyball team faces an
opposing school in a best three-.
out-of-five games match.
But aside from the matches,
the Panthers have battled off
the court issues that have made
winning on the court that much
more difficult.
"We're fighting against a lot
of things right now, we're
fighting against a losing
mentality and we were fighting
against a disciplinary problem
that we pretty much nippe in


ill battling

the butt at this point," said
Newberry first-year head coach
Michele Bisaccia. "We have
been fighting against a unity
problem which I think we have
nipped in the butt at this point.
Now we just
have to put
Bisall of this
athletic
ability that
these girls
have and
start refining
Bisaccia our skills."
While
Bisaccia said she thought her
group of players finally became
a team during last Thursday's
25-12, 25-14, 25-19 loss at Fort
White, the Panthers are still
looking for their first win of the
NEWBERRY on page B4


U.NDER THE- FOL:
Santa Fe comes
up four points
short against


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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
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DAROZA from page B1

"healthy" snack-wrap, and
upon ordering, I heard
something that made me
wonder just how bad things
have gotten for Santa Fe
football.
The pimply-faced kid behind
the counter seemed amazed
when I answered his question
about "who won the game?"
' "We (Middleburg) did?" he
said with approximately the
same look most of us had when
we first heard that the World
Trade Center towers had been
flown into.
He was sincerely amazed.
"I'm honestly shocked we
could beat anyone," he noted.
Obviously, this kid's
reaction has little to do with
the Raiders' performance on a
football field, but does it
possibly mean that Santa Fe
has apparently become a
remedy for ailing teams?
What's the problem?
The players and coaches
would love to know the answer
to that question themselves.
For whatever it's worth -
and I know it's probably not
much Mikey doesn't think
it's any one particular thing.
But, here are three biggies,
though:


1.
leadership.


Upperclassman


If it's present in practice, it's
not showing up on game night.
Someone or "someones"
have to find a way to put this
team on their back and lead
them to competing,. let alone
victory.
Oh sure, it's nice to give a
rah-rah speech before and/or
after the games and all, but
that's like putting a band-aide
or4 a gunshot wound.
Leaders do whatever it takes
to find that certain something
that inspires others to do their
best every play.

2. Mental toughness.

Look, when you've gone
through what this program has
gone through recently, it's
certainly understandable to
have that "oh no, here we go
again" mentality when
something bad happens during
a game.
For the second time in as
many weeks, it looked as if
chin straps were dragging on
the Santa Fe sideline as soon as
the opposing team went up by
a couple of scores.
On Friday, the Raiders did
make a comeback, but for the
most part, it didn't really start
until the third quarter.
They have to constantly
remind themselves early on
that teams that fight to the end
- on every down just
naturally have a tendency to
come back from any adversity.


3. Tempo.

Santa Fe fans must realize
that the delay in getting plays
called into the offense are
being impacted by the
unexpected (broken leg) injury
to head coach Bart Brooks, and
him having to reside in a press
box and not on the sideline on
Friday nights.
That is no one's fault.
However, one of the
fundamental advantages the
"no-huddle" offense gives a
team is the ability to maintain
a tempo that gives the defense
little time to prepare for what
they are seeing across the line
of scrimmage from them, thus,
putting them back on their
heels and sucking wind.
For most of the first half
against Middleburg, Santa Fe
had trouble developing any
kind of rhythm because after
each play good or bad there
was a long pause, waiting for
the next play to come in.
For whatever reason, the
plays were called much faster
at the beginning of the third
quarter, the tempo picked up
and lo and behold, the Raiders
started moving the ball on
offense and scoring.

This week's top-5 one-hit
wonders

1. This week's featured game
on NBC: Notre Shame vs.
the Lose-again Wolverines.


2. We'll know a lot more about
the Florida Gators around 7
p.m. on Saturday.

3. We already know more than
we can stomach about The
Irish and Wolverines.

4. Hey FSU fans, where's Jeff
Bowden when you need
someone to blame?

5. If'South Florida could kick,
the kicking they gave
Auburn would've been
worse.

Mikey's picks
Last week: 0-0
Season: 0-0

Santa Fe over Taylor
County;' Newberry over Fort


White; West Virginia over
Maryland; North Carolina over
Virginia; Florida over
Tennessee; Texas over UCF;
Michigan over Notre Dame;
Alabama over Arkansas;
Kentucky over Louisville;
USC over Nebraska;
Washington over Ohio State;
Florida State over Colorado
Upset alert (teams that will
be in games that are closer
than the "experts" think)

Newberry; Texas; Oklahoma
State; UCLA; Oregon; Florida
State
Mike DaRoza can be reached at
mdarzoa@alachuatoday.com.


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Today are recognizing local
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This week's Heroes of the
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Special to .Ialclnma Coountv Todata
Two Santa Fe High School students ha\e
been named semifinahsts in the 2008 National
Merit Scholarship Program. wlich recognizes
the top-performing high school students in the
country.
To achie e the prestigious semifinalist status,
seniors Corinne Larsen and Justin Sturm had
to earn among the nation's luglest scores on the
Preliminary SAT'National Qualitfing Test
iPSAT NMSQT) Each year, about 13 million
students take the exam, but onl% 16.000 earn
semifinalist status. National Ment semifinalists
are highly recruited by the nation's colleges and
universities. Altogether 33 Alachua County'
Public School students earned semifinalist status,
a record for the district.
"These students are the cream of the
academic crop." said Superintendent Dan Boyd.
"We're so proud of their accomplishments, and
proud that the number of our students who ha e
earned this distinction is continuing to rise."
This is also the first time that more than one
student from Santa Fe has been named a
semifinalist. Principal Bill Herschleb say s that's a
testament to the high quality education students
are receiving at the school.
"Our students' passing rate on the Adl danced
Placement IAPt examrs also %ent up sigmfiicant1
this sea." he said. "It's another indication that
more of the academically talented students from
tlus area are choosing to stay right here at Sanct
Fe rather than travel to the magnet programs in
Gaines\illee "
Justin and Corrme certain 1 fall into the


'acadenucally talented' categot. Both are taking
a heavy load of AP courses sa\ they prefer the
more rigorous classes.
"There's no point in taking really\ easN
classes because \ ou don't reallU come awa \viith
anything," said Justin. "Ift ou take the harder
ones, they'll keep \ou on Nour toes and \ou'U
actually learn something "
"The teachers are ver good. the\ really
challenge you and get the material into \our
mind." said Cornne. "I don't think I could hae
done as well on the test if it hadn't been lbr
them."
The pair's talents are not limited to the
classroom. Both are also involved in a \\ide
\ariet. of e\tra-curncular and conmmunit
service activities. Justin is a longtime volunteerr at
the Alachua Count, Libran. is active in his
church's youth gioup and recently) earned Eagle
Scout status through the Boy Scouts Corinne is
involved at the \arsit\ level in four sports, is
president of the school's Beta Club and serves on
the board of directors of Interact both service
organizations. She also volunteers at the lbrar\.
Why do they spend so much oftheir limited free
time on community sen ice?
"You're not just here to achieve things for
yourself," said Corinne. "Other people are less
fortunate, and I feel happier \,hen I'm helping
them tlan I do when I'm pas.,ing a test."
Corinne. Justin and the other Alachua
County semifinalists are now eligible to become
National Merit Finalists In addition to their SAT
scores, the\ must also have high grades, teacher
recommendations and write an C-ssJ\ to achie\ e
finalist stitus. Finalists \ill be announced im the


spnng and are eligible for thousands of dollars
worth of scholarships provided by businesses,
colleges and unit ersities and other organizations.
Neither Coi unne nor Justin has finalized theui
college plans. but Jusun is considering nmaoring
in computer science, while Corinne is planning to
study biomedical engineering Herschleb says
he's sure the\ will succeed at whatever they
attempt
"The sky is the limit for these students." be
said. "They'\e got the kind of talent and dfi\e
that will take them whereverr the\ want to go"
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PANTHERS:
Continued from page B1
half. Newberry ran 38 plays
from scrimmage in the opening
half compared to just the 16
plays the Bears ran. Rodney
Scott, a Class 2A second-team
all-state running back, ran for
107 yards on 22 carries and
scored a touchdown for Dixie
County (1-1), which was
plagued by four fumbles, three
of which were turnovers.
Newberry, Class 2B's fourth-
ranked club, had five fumbles
but only lost one.
After a scoreless opening
quarter in which each team lost
a fumble, Newberry's all-state
running back opened the
scoring. Ivey's 16-yard
touchdown run up the middle
on a fourth-and-two play
capped the Panthers' seven-play
66-yard drive and gave the
visitors a 6-0 lead just six
seconds into the second quarter.
Then on the ensuing kickoff,
Newberry recovered Dixie's
second fumble of the opening
half but the turnover came at a
price. Nytrell Greenlee was in
on the play and actually caused
the fumble but suffered a severe
leg injury that caused the senior
to be carted off the field in a
stretcher. Greenlee, a reserve
wide receiver who actually
caught a touchdown pass in the
first quarter that was called
back due to a penalty, broke two
bones in his ankle, according to
Keeler. The coach said that
Greenlee had surgery on
Tuesday morning but is
expected to miss the rest of the
season.
After about a 10-minute
delay, the Panthers tried to
regroup and although they
didn't score off that turnover,
they did manage to find the end
zone just before halftime. Ivey's
seven-yard touchdown run,
followed by his two-point
conversion run pushed
Newberry's lead to 14-0 with
1:55 left in the first half.
At the 5:23 mark of the third
quarter, Newberry recovered its
third fumble of the game, which
started its second possession of
the second half on the Bears'
19-yard line. Three plays later
Ivey's 11-yard scamper in


which he dove for the goal line
put Newberry comfortably
ahead 21-0 with 4:01 left in the
period.
But the Bears started to make
things interesting as Kameron
Keen found Buddy Philmon in.
the comer of the end zone with
a 28-yard touchdown pass.
Scott followed the touchdown
with a two-point conversion run
which pulled the home team to
within 21-8 with 10:31 left to
play.
Dixie County found the end
zone for what ended up being
its final time as Scott's four-
yard scoring run provided the
eventual final margin with 2:36
remaining. The Bears failed to
complete their two-point
conversion pass and then did
not recover the ensuing onsides
kick. The Panthers picked up a
pair of first downs on their last
possession of the game and ran
out the clock to clinch the win.
"The guys gave a good effort
in the second half, they fought
and scrapped but we played a
real good Newberry team
tonight," said Dixie County
coach Brent Wilkerson, who
added this is the fastest
Panthers team he has coached
against in his nine seasons with
the Bears. "We made it
interesting there at the end but
they were better than we were
tonight."
Newberry finished with 244
yards rushing for. the game,
with Xavier Woods adding 68
yards on 12 carries.
Quarterback Guy Brown, who
didn't play at all in the fourth
quarter due to the sprained
ankle he suffered in week one,
finished 3-for-9 passing for 35
yards.
Phillip Warner was 1-for-2 on
extra point attempts, but also hit
a pair of punts that pinned Dixie
County deep in its own
territory.
Defensively for the Panthers,
who have won two of the last
three meetings with Dixie
County, Boris Hadley recorded
11 tackles, two for loss, while
Woods added nine stops, with
Antonio Brown chipping in
seven tackles in the win.
For the Bears, Keen was 9-
for-15 passing for 90 yards and
one touchdown. Dixie County


ran for 113 of its 129 yards in
the second half as the game got
tighter.
"I'm not sure if we didn't get
a little worn out in the fourth
quarter," said Keeler, whose
first win as Newberry's coach
also came in Cross City during
week two of the 2005 season.
"It could have been more of a
fatigue problem than losing our
focus."
On the injury front, Keeler
said that he expects Brown to be
under center Friday night. But
he did say that his club is
prepared to use backup
quarterback Josh Pardo while
also lining Ivey up at
quarterback in the shotgun
formation much like they did
against the Bears, if needed.
Keeler said Pardo is bothered
by a stinger in his shoulder
which he suffered in week one
but is also expected to play.
The Panthers head to Fort
White on Friday night to battle
the Indians at 7:30 p.m. Fort
White was 2-8 last season and is
currently 0-2 under new head
coach Demetric Jackson, a
former standout at Columbia
who went onto to play at the
University of Florida.
Newberry has won three of the
last four meetings with Fort
White.
Keeler, on behalf of the
administration at Newberry
High School wanted to
apologize for any
inconvenience regarding the
large amount of people that had
to wait in line to purchase
tickets for the season-opener
versus Santa Fe at Panther
Stadium on August 31st. Keeler
said that only two people were
in the booth selling tickets, but
said that there will be four
people selling tickets for the
Panthers' next home game
which is against Union County
on Friday, Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m.
But with large crowds expected
throughout the season, fans are
encouraged to arrive at the
game early.
Cliff Olsen can be reached at
sports@alachuatoday.com or by
calling (386) 462-3355


WILLIAMS:
Continued from page B1

1999. "I really think we have a
great bunch of girls coming
back and I'm looking forward
to doing great things with
them."
But Williams will be
challenged right from the start.
He inherits a program that has
advanced to the regional
playoffs for 12 straight seasons
having won district titles in five
of the last six years. Williams
will try to continue the Raiders'
run as he is expected to meet
with his team today with the
first official day of basketball
practice slated for October
22nd
Earlier this year, Elliot
Harris, who has guided the
Santa Fe girls team to a
combined record of 33-21 and a
pair of playoff berths in the last
two seasons, was named the
new head boys basketball coach
replacing Scott McDaniel.
Despite the recent success of
Santa Fe's girls basketball
program, finding Harris'
successor was not an easy job.
"Ideally we wanted to try and
find a teacher and a coach," said
Faulk, who chose Williams
from a pool of seven or eight
applicants. "I was looking for a
female and a teacher initially
but we were unable to fill that
position. It became a struggle."
With teaching positions
sometimes not available and
applicants needing the required
certification, Faulk said,
"sometimes it just doesn't pan
out the way you wanted it to."
But regardless, she is pleased
*to bring in Williams as just
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appearances started in the 1995-
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"I felt like he was great hire.
He has a lot of background in
basketball, he is a strong
disciplinarian, he is well
respected in the community and
I think he will come in and do a
fantastic job," Faulk said.
"He'll come in and make an
immediate impact with these
girls and they'll be able to
continue the success that the
program has experienced in the
past."
This upcoming season will be
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high school basketball since the
1999-2000 campaign in which
he was a varsity assistant during
Swain's last year at Santa Fe.
"I know coach Faulk wanted
to get a female to do it, but it
didn't work out that way,"
Williams said. "A lot of the kids
were asking me over the
summer and wanted me to do it
(become the coach). That gave
me a lot of confidence and it
lets me know the kids have
confidence in me."
The Raiders lost one player
from last year's district-runner
up team, and from watching
Santa Fe play over the summer,
Williams likes his club's
athleticism.
"From observing the girls this
summer, I think we have quite a
few girls who are athletic," said
Williams. "At times we can go
up and down the floor and at
times we will slow it down,
depending on the situation."
Williams' return to Santa Fe
is a unique situation for him as
he will get the opportunity to
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is a sophomore. Previously,
Williams coached his son
Leroy, Jr., who was a member
of the Raiders state-semifinal
team in 1999.
Despite his family ties and
his excitement for his new job,
Williams, who Faulk describes
as a no-nonsense guy, brings
with him a set of lofty goals and
expectations.
"I like to set my goals high,
we need to talk about winning a
state championship," Williams
said. "I think if we work to
achieve those goals then the
chips will fall where they may.
"There are steps along the
way to get there and when you
talk with kids the ultimate goal
is to have a great season," he
said. "We have to do the things
on the court to get the job
done."
As for the description his
Athletic Director gave of him,
he agrees with it.
"I want to build character in
these young people and teach
them respect for themselves and
for others. I am not going to put
up with anything that is not
appropriate," Williams said.
"She is right, I am a no-
nonsense guy."
But he also wants to enjoy
himself on the hardwood.
"I really want to have fun and
I want the kids to have fun,"
said Williams, who is in the
process of putting his coaching
staff together. "At the same
time I want to accomplish our
goals."
CliffOlsen can be reached at
sports@alachuatoday.com or by
calling (386) 462-3355







B4 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY SPORTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2007


RAIDERS:
Continued fiom page BI

The Bronco defense then
forced a three-and-out of the
Santa Fe offense. Once the
Middleburg offense took the
field it only took the home team
one play to hit pay dirt with a
62-yard touchdown pass
connection from Jones to
teammate Patrick Nixon.
Middleburg led 15-0 midway
through the first quarter.
The Raider offense took to
the field once again and on first
down senior quarterback Will
Scaff hooked up with wide
receiver Darrian Taylor on a 16-
yard pass play. However, on
the next down Santa Fe
fumbled the ball over to the
Broncos on the Raiders' 42 yard
line.
Despite the Santa Fe defense
being put back on the field in
short order, the Broncos were
held on a fourth down play to
give the ball back to the
visitors.
After another failed offensive
drive by Santa Fe, the Broncos
took possession on their own 32
yard line. The home team
drove the ball down the field in
nine plays but came up a few
yards short as the Raider


defense held the Broncos on a
fourth-and-goal at the three
yard line.
A safety and two touchdowns
later by Middleburg and Santa
Fe found itself trailing 30-0 in
the second quarter. But, the
Raider offense breathed life late
in the first half as sophomore
receiver Frank Snead made an
impressive catch off the helmet.
of a defender for a 42-yard gain.
Santa Fe got down to the
Bronco 12 yard line before
having to settle fro a 34-yard
field goal attempt by
sophomore Collin Mixon. The
kick had the distance but sailed
wide right as Raiders remained
scoreless and trailed by 30 at
halftime.
"We got whipped up front.
We've got to get a lot stronger
up front and be mentally and
physically tougher," leveled
Brooks. "Our skill position
guys have shown what they can
do, but we have to get better up
front to be successful."
In the second half, Santa Fe
took its opening possession 71
yards on nine plays in 4:40
capped by a 13-yard touchdown
pass from Scaff to Keenan
Jenkins to put the Raiders on
the board..
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again in the final second of the
third quarter as Scaff ran a
quarterback keeper 18 yards for
a touchdown. That was the
final play on a drive that
showed Santa Fe rush on six
straight downs. Raider senior
running back Deonte Merricks
recorded 36 yards on the drive
as did Scaff.
Santa Fe puts its final points
on the board in lightening-quick
fashion as junior Jamal White
took a hand off down the left
sideline 87 yards for the score
with 10:28 left in the game.
The Raiders collected 237
rushing yards against the
Broncos to go along with 111
yards through the air for 348
total yards of offense. White's
long touchdown play helped
him to be the leading rusher for
Santa Fe on the night with 97
yards on five carries.
Meanwhile, Merricks rushed
nine times for 88 yards for the
visitors. Through the air, Scaff
completed 8-of-15 passes for
111 yards and a touchdown
while Snead's 42-yard catch led
his team in that department.
Taylor also picked up 101 yards
on kick returns for the Raiders,
and teammate Mixon punted
five times for an average of 38
yards.
Jones recorded 267 of
Middleburg's 318 yards in the
ground game for the Broncos.
The Broncos recorded 18 first
downs while Santa Fe 11 and
Middleburg held the ball on
offense for 29:45 and the
Raiders just 18:15.
Brooks also admitted that
while the offense struggled, the
defense gave up too many big
plays.
"The big plays came from the
mental errors on defense," said
Brooks. "We had many mental
mistakes and didn't tackle well.
We've got to change some
things with our personnel."
Santa Fe hosts its first home
game of the season on Friday
night as the Raiders try to turn
things around against Taylor'
County with a 7:30 p.m. kickoff
set for the contest. The game
will have some special
significance as Santa Fe will
retire former football standout
Tracy flam's No.7 jersey at
halftime of the game.
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Continued from page B1

leading 16-13 thanks to a pair of
aces from senior Chelsea Pearl.
The Rams continued to battle
back and tied the home team,
18-18 off a kill. That was part
of a 9-0 run Eastside put
Together that gave them a 24-19
lead. Santa Fe strung together
three straight points, but fell
just short in the opening
session.
The Raiders controlled the
second game and took a 13-7
lead off a Pearl kill from a Kelsi
New quick set. Santa Fe
pushed its lead 17-9 off an
Ashley Rosenboom tip to take
command of the game. A
relentless Eastside team fought
back with five straight points
late in the game to tie the
contest 18-18.
However, this time Santa Fe
finished off the Rams with a 7-
0 run and ended on a senior
Leah Leventhal kill. Leventhal
recorded four kills in the second
game.
After another disappointing
three-point loss, Santa Fe found
a way to swing the momentum
on its side for the fourth.
Unlike the first three games, the
fourth was a back and forth
affair with three lead changes


NECWDIRRY:
Continued from page B1
season after Tuesday night's 25-
12, 25-13, 25-10 home setback
to Dixie County.
"I would say last week at Fort
White we finally became a team
and we played our best
volleyball that we've played all
season. I don't know how we
did it losing all three games, but
we enjoyed ourselves out on the
court, we congratulated each
other after we hustled, we
moved our feet and we played
hard and we played together
which is the first time this team
has done it," said Bisaccia, who
has never played or coached
volleyball before this season.
"Now tonight (Tuesday) I felt
like we did the same, but we
didn't quite meet the
expectation that I wanted them
to meet. I liked the energy
better on Thursday, but the
effort was still good."
Tuesday night's loss to Dixie
County was Newberry's 41st
straight defeat dating back to
the 2005 season when the
Panthers won their sixth match
of the year before finishing that
campaign with a 1-18 mark.
The Panthers have won just six
matches since 2001 and have
suffered through winless
seasons in 2003 and last fall.
The Bears (3-1) opened the
Class 3A, District-5 match by
jumping out to a 12-6 lead in
the first game. The visitors led


and 13 ties. After being tied at
17-17, Santa Fe put together an
8-2 run to finish off the game.
Rosenboom finished strong in
the fourth, helping her team win
six of its last seven points with
four kills, a block and a tip in
that stint.
With the match leveled at two
games apiece, Eastside took
early control of the fifth and
final game. The Rams led 9-4
at one point before the Raiders
raged back to tie it 11-11 thanks
to two straight Leventhal kills.
After a Rams' timeout, the
visitors came back on the court
and won the final four points of
the match.
"This is a team that has not
hit is peak by any means,"
defended Faulk. "It's real early
in the season. You hope that
through a loss they can learn,
grow and get better as a team."
The Raiders committed 13
service errors on the night but
did have some shining moments
as well. Santa Fe libero
Stephanie Moser had an
especially impressive
performance, turning in a team-
high 20 digs against the Rams.
Helping Moser out on defense
was sophomore Cynthia Smith
who recorded 15 digs of her
own.
Pearl finished the night with a


18-10, before Kayla Clemens
used her jump serve, to reel off
six of her match-high 20 service
points to take control of the
game. Britni Robson closed out
the opening-game win for Dixie
County by firing one of her four
kills on the night.
It was much of the same in
the second game as Dixie
County raced out to a 13-4
advantage. A pair of service
points by Anna Thrasher pulled
Newberry to within 15-10, but
Dixie County sealed the game
with a' 10-3 run.
In the third and final game,
Dixie County, which has
advanced to the regional
playoffs in six of the last seven
years, held a slight 6-4 edge.
Taryn Hodge then collected five
straight service points as the
Bears stretched their lead to 11-
4. Clemens added four service
points before Ashley Cannon
closed out the match with
another four service points,
including an ace on match
point.
"I think we were a little flat
footed tonight," said Bisaccia,
who is also Newberry's softball
coach. "We were a little slow
tonight and we didn't get started
quickly enough."
For Newberry, Thrasher had
six service points, Erin
Czerenda fired three kills,
Lavarsha Nattiel collected five
digs and Monique Williams had
three blocks.
Clemens finished with five
kills and one block to go along


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team-high four aces to go along
with six blocks, while Bryce
Miller hadf the team-high in
blocks for Santa Fe with seven.
Raider senior setter New led in
assists by dishing out 30 and
also led in service points with
11.
Leventhal finished the game
with 1.7 kills, nine digs and
three blocks. Meanwhile,
Rosenboom finished a complete
game with a team-high 19 kills
to go along with six blocks and
14 digs.
Faulk says her team's
inability to be consistent on the
court has to be addressed.
"Consistency is the key.
Tonight we saw a little bit of
passiveness," admitted the
coach. "We were not fiery and
determined. Sometimes a team
can get too caught up in the
hype and forget they still have
to play every play, every game
and every match one at a time."
The Raiders are in action on
tonight against district-
opponent Bradford at 7 p.m. in
Raider Gym. The contest opens
Santa Fe's district schedule.
Adam Boukari can be reached
at sports@alachuatoday.com or
by calling (386) 462-3355





with her exceptional serving
night for Dixie County. Jessica.
Chewning added 15 service
points and 12 assists, while
Michelle Cannon collected 14
service points with Kayla
Turner contributing eight kills
in the win for the Bears, who
were 17-7 and district runner
ups last season.
In addition to the losing
mentality Bisaccia spoke of, she
has recently had to take
disciplinary action as she
dismissed three players due to a
violation of team rules.
Newberry, which hasn't been to
the regional playoffs since
1982, now has a roster of seven
players.
"A big part of this program
has been discipline and I am
trying to be very consistent and
there were just some girls that
were just not prepared to handle
the rules," Bisaccia said. "I'm
fine with having seven that bust
their butt, ork hard and come
everyday ready,. to go and
excited to play volleyball."
On a positive note, the
Newberry junior varsity team
picked up its first win of the
season under head coach Kelly
Harris. The junior varsity
Panthers dropped the Bears, 25-
19, 25-19 to win its best two-
out-of three games match and
improve to 1-4 this season.'
The Panthers return to varsity
action on Thursday evening
when they travel to Gainesville
to face district favorite P.K.
Yonge at 7 p.m. Newberry then
heads to Brorison on Monday,
Sept. 17 for a 7 p.m. match
before returning home to hbst
Williston in a 7 p.m. district
match on Wednesday,
September 19.
Cliff Olsen can be reached at
sports@alachuatpday.com or by
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE
BY THE CITY OF ARCHER,
FLORIDA


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE
20-2007 BY THE CITY OF
ARCHER, FLORIDA NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that the City
Commission of the City of Archer
will consider for second and final
reading and adoption of an
Ordinance at its meeting to be
held in the City Commission
Auditorium at City Hall, 16870 SW
134th Avenue, Archer, Florida on
the 24th day of September, 2007
at 7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter
as the matter may be heard. Said
Ordinance being titled:

ORDINANCE 20-2007 AN
ORDINANCE SETTING THE
MILLAGE AT $4.50 PER
$1,000.00 FOR THE CITY OF
ARCHER FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1,
2007.

A copy of the proposed ordinance
may be inspected at the office of
the City Manager at Archer City
Hall between the hours of 9:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday
through Friday.

All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decisions
made at this public hearing, they
will need a record for the
proceedings and, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure


that a verbatim record of the
proceeds is made, which record
includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is
to be based. All interested parties
are invited to attend and be heard.
If accommodations for persons
with disabilities are needed,
please contact the Office of the
City Manager at (352) 495-2880.

J. Douglas Drymon
City Manager
City of Archer

(Pub. Sept. 13, 2007)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

IN RE: ESTATE OF ALLYN
BEAL PARTRIDGE A/K/A
ALLYN PARTRIDGE Deceased.

File No.: 01-07-CP-1158
Division: A

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of ALLYN BEAL
PARTRIDGE A/K/A ALLYN
PARTRIDGE, deceased, whose
date of death was April 30, 2007;
File Number 01-07-CP-1158, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Alachua County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Clerk of the Circuit and County
Court, 201 E. University Avenue,
P.O. Box 600, Gainesville, Florida
32602-0600. The names and
address of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.

All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims


or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OFACOPY OF THIS NOTICE OF
THEM.

All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publication of
this notice is September 13, 2007.

Edwin Channing Coolidge, Jr.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Florida Bar No. 0991058
LANDIS GRAHAM FRENCH, P.A.
Post Office Box 48
DeLand, Florida 32721
Telephone: (386) 734-3451
Fascsimile: (386) 736-1350

Philip L. Partridge
Co-Personal Representative:


813 Seminole Avenue
Orlando, FL 32804

Serge Mellon
Co-Personal Representative
P.O. Box 11
Ophir, OR 97464
(Pub. Sept. 13, & 20 2007)


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Affordable 4BR/3BA $16,900!
Only $199/Mo! HUD Homes 5%
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Savannah Station/ Home for Rent
- 3BR/2BA. Avail. Nov. 1st, No
Smoking, No Animals. 16071 NW
122nd Ln. Call 352-258-5009


Eastern West Virginia: Private
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acre farm with log home, beautiful
views. Three weeks exclusive use
each year. (304)588-5200.


GE Profile Series, Dishwasher 2
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$250 OBO. 352-331-3456
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Hey, look me over! Iam wellmaintained,
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replaced carpet, washer/ dryer and A/C
within a year. You will be warm inside
with my FP or you can play in the above
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Nice 3BR 1BA home on a gorgeous lot
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located in Alachua. Country living yet
closing to. almost anything. $159,900
MLS#283751
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room at end of cul-de-sac. $159,900
MLS#283411


New 4BR 2BA 1929sf home on 1 acre. Vaulted ceiling, wood-
Rin alty-realtorS.Comn burning FP, tiled living areas, frisze carpet in bedrooms, oak
Sam cabinets, crown molding & Corian counters w/seamless sink
in kitchen & luxury master bath. $266,000 MLS#272741

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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


Sparkling pool home.on 1 acre. 4BR3BA
with plenty of room and upgrades. 18 seer
A/C unit, all appliances plus washer/dryer
and wall mounted 32 inch TV in master
remain. Commuter friendly. $319,000
MLS#281264
Country comfort! 2004 CB 3BR 2BA
2176sf home designed with no space
wasted and 5+ acres is accented with a
36x36 detached garage/workshop. Just
moments to Alachua, High Springs &
Gainesville. $339,900 MLS#282485


Isn't this really where you want to live? 5 Nicely treed 7.26 acre lot on a paved road
acres of fenced pasture with 30x31 pole with city water and septic. Older mobile is
bamanda2BR1BAmobilehome. Great currently being rented. Great place to
starter home and located off CR241 in build or keep as an investment rental.
Aachua. $125,000 MLS#268985 Seller may consider owner financing with
large down payment. $150,000
MLS#276490
Motivated Seller-bring all offers! Escape .
to the simple life. Located just off paved A 1,'k
road, this 1993 3BR 2BA Fleetwood
DWMH has beautiful wood floors and is NewbenyArea! "Homesonly"onthis7.5
situated on 1.74 acres. Watch the sunsets acres of Sandy Pines Estates. Features
from the 3 tiered back porch. $109,900 private paved road and state preserve land
MLS#279861 as your neighbor. Several new homes
already under construction. $172,500
MLS#269621
Enjoy the easy life. 5 acres of lush grass,
over 8 varieties of trees. Charming country Gorgeous Granddaddy Oaks throughout
home, tile throughout and 3 sets of French this 5 acre parcel. The lot has paved road
doors leading to lanai. 2 stall bam, tack frontage and is located High Springs,
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tennis & much more! Call Deena Erickson- 352-214-1722 or Deena Erickson-Klacko, 352-3394069. $1,950,000. #272704
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wonderful retreat or place to build your this beautiful river-front home on the Santa WANT ACREAGE? 23.88 fenced acres LOOKING FOR A GREAT LOCA-
dream home. Call Debbie Zeller, 352- 538- Fe River. 2337 Sq. Ft, 3BR, 2BA home sits with lovely trees & Ag. Exemption close to TION FORAC-2 LOT inthetown ofHigh
2857. $104,900. #284411 on a hill looking over the river & a nice springs & rivers. 1994 singlewide included. Springs, well we have one. This is a nice lot.
CHARMING REMODELED 1975 pastured backyard. There is a boat ramp, Convenient location. Call Tony Boothby, just one block off of Main St. in High
HERITAGE HOME within walking dock, patio & much more. This is amustseel 352-262-1159 or Isabel Smith, 352-318- Springs. There is a 798 Sq. Ft. home built in
distance to downtown High Springs. Has Call Deena Erickson-Klacko, 352-494-2404. 7829. $250,000. #275146,275147 1945 on the property which is still being
new metal roof, tile and simulated wood $458,500.#282109 41-ACRE RIVERFRONT HOME- occupied. Bring all offers! Call Deena
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popular High Springs neighborhood & on a community. Twenty-seven 1.5 to 2.5 acre lots PRIME WATERFRONT IN SUWAN- 264-3800 or 258-0960. $225,000. #242595
cul-de-sac. Large fenced-in backyard, w/ underground power. Only a short drive to NEE, FL. The most sought-after canal front OWN YOUR OWN PRIVATE
screened-in patio, ceramic tile throughout the Chiefland or Gainesville. Starting at $50,000 property in the town of Suwannee. 2 lots ORCHARD/TREE FARM or nursery
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Deena Erickson-Klacko, 352-494-2404. 278-0310. #277792 ready for your dream home! Call Tony stages ofproduction! Great incomepotential!
$189,500. #282465 RIVER'S BEND, 36-lot clustered com- Boothby, 352-262-1159 or Isabel Smith, Beautiful 3BR, 2BA home built in 2000 on
COME LIVE in one of the largest homes in munity on the Steinhatchee River.Ashort trip 352-318-7829. $499,900. #275703 7.7 cross-fenced acres with some pasture.
Sorrento. 2170 Sq. Ft. 3BR, 2BA plus bonus down river to Gulf fishing & scalloping. 1- BEAUTIFUL TRACT OF LAND. 50 Call Martha Cornelius, 386-984-5920.
rm. Relax in the fenced backyard opening Hour & 20 Mins. from Gainesville & acres in the city limits of High Springs in a $329,000. #283509 ,.
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