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Group Title: Alachua County Today.
Title: Alachua County Today. September 20, 2007.
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City will



settle with



Absher
By BRYAN BOUKARI
Today Reporter
ALACHUA Sources with the City of
Alachua say the end is near for a lingering
lawsuit by Lisa Absher against the City of
Alachua.
Absher, a two-time employee and onetime
contractor with the City of
Alachua, alleged that she was
wrongly fired from her latest
post as Assistant City
Manager. But City Manager
Clovis Watson, Jr. has said he
never fired Absher as she
claimed and if he had, there
Absher certainly would have been
written documentation to
support her allegation.
During a closed-door strategy meeting on
Monday, Mayor Gib Coerper and
Commissioners James Lewis and Orien Hills
apparently voted to settle the case with Absher.
The settlement is reportedly not the wishes of
city leaders.
ABSHER on page A7


Commission to


appoint DePeter's


replacement

Four have applied for seat
By DAN REID
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS High Springs
Commissioners will soon be selecting someone
who will fill the commission seat left vacant by
former Commissioner Tom DePeter. High
Springs residents Terry Maltbie, Gene Levine,
Rick Testa, and Karl Dowda have applied to fill
the vacant seat. DePeter resigned earlier this
month to assume the High Springs City
Attorney position.
Maltbie, who was a member of the city's
Public Safety Board, said he brings a wide
knowledge of current events surrounding High
Springs to the position. "I'm aware of the issues
that have'been in front of them," said Maltbie.
Maltbie said his experience as a member of
the city's Public Safety Board has helped him
become familiar with the operations of
meetings. Maltbie says he has no desire to be a
COMMISSIONER on page A4


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Moe's, Domino's





and Starbucks?


At least two of the three are headed to Alachua


BRYAN BOUKARI/Alachua Counly'Today
While it has been rumored for several months that a Moe's and Domino's will
locate in Alachua, owners of the two local chains confirmed they are in
negotiations for sites in the town of 7,000 people.


By BRYAN BOUKARI
Today Reporter
ALACHUA Mention Domino's
Pizza, Moe's Southwest Grill or
Starbucks Coffee to folks in Alachua
and they'll likely have heard a rumor
about possible locations in Alachua.
.And until now, rumors are all they have
heard. But owners of local Domino's
and Moe's chains confirmed with
Alachua County Today that they are
planning to open locations in Alachua.
Starbucks did not return inquiries
regarding a possible Alachua location.
"We can't wait to get into Alachua,"
said Fieddie Wehbe, owner of six
Domino's Pizza stores in Gainesville.


Wehbe said the plans aren't final but
negotiations are well underway with the
developer of a comer lot along U.S.
Highway 441 and NW 147 Drive near
Hitchcock's Market.
Wehbe had tested the market in
Alachua as early as 2001 when he
advertised in Alachua County Today to
conduct a survey of how well received
the pizza chain would be in the small
town of about 7,000 people. Since that
time, Hungry Howie's Pizza has opened
followed by Main Street Pie Company
in Alachua.
At the same development site as
Domino's, Stan Givens, the owner of
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A glimpse of the conditions on the property of Steven and
Pennie Lefkowitz in High Springs. City of High Springs
employee Sandi Richmond, who took a tour of the residence
and has experience in animal cruelty issues, said the
conditions were one of the worst she's ever seen.


High Springs: Cat


sanctuary must go

By DAN REID Steven and Pennie Lefkowitz's
Today Reporter property surrounds the
HIGH SPRINGS High Edgemoor development and is
HIGH SPR S H g 300 feet from the city's
Springs City Commissioners 300 feet from the city's
,., ,drinking water well. Since
have decided to take legal drinking waterwell. Since
action against Alachua County 2002, the couple has used their
after County Commission property as a sanctuary for cats
and other animals. Drumm said
members last month granted a
at one time the Lefkowitz kept
permit for a High Springs area at one time the Lefkowitz kept
couple to continue providing up to 500 cats on the property,
couple to continue providing r -
but from his accounts the
shelter to hundreds of cats at
their residence, property only has 400 cats at
.. .. A this time.


According to Hign Springs
City Manager Jim Drumm,


SANCTUARY on page A6


Former Newberry


Commissioner in


more hot water


By DAN REID
Today Reporter
NEWBERRY A former
Newberry City Commissioner
who was arrested last month in
both Marion and Alachua
counties on charges of
attempted sexual battery on a
minor and lascivious
molestation against a child less
than 12 years of age is facing
more molestation charges, this
time out of Flagler County.
Last Friday, Flagler County
authorities arrested 45-year-old
Andrew Karelas on charges of
lewd and lascivious


molestation ,
against a
minor ~.
According to ',-
documen'ts
from the 7th -"'
Judicial
Circuit Court Karelas
for Flagler
County, Karelas molested an
11-year-old girl in July while
swimming in the ocean with
her. The minor is the same
victim Karelas was involved
with during the two previous

KARELAS on page A10


Customers in good hands with Cain's Allstate


t SPOTLIGHT ON

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By DAN REID
Today Reporter .


ALACHUA In today's competitive
insurance industry, Cain's Allstate Insurance
Agency in Alachua has provided life, auto and
property insurance with a personal touch in a
family atmosphere for the past 16 years.
In 1991 Fitz Cain opened his Allstate Agency
on Main Street in Alachua. A growing clientele
and the need for more space was the driving force
that prompted the move two years ago to its
present location at 14557 NW U.S. 441.
It's a family affair as Cain's two children,
Hugh and Cathy, assist their father in day-to-day
operations, and Cathy has her own Allstate
agency co-located inside the office. Cathy began
ALLSTATE on page A10


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L-R: Hugh, Cathy and their father, Fitz Cain, of Alachua's Allstate Insurance
Agency, have been serving the community's insurance needs since 1991.


High Springs police,


fire departments


survive cuts for now


By DAN REID
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS High
Springs City Commissioners
have decided not to make cuts
to the city's police and fire
departments. During recent
workshops on the upcoming
fiscal year budget,
commissioners also opted not
to consolidate the parks and
recreation department with the
public works department.
The police department will
have 13 patrol positions
allocated in the city's budget in


Fiscal Year 2007-08.
Originally two positions were
slated for cuts, the vacant
captain's position and a vacant
patrol position. The
Commission's decision clears
the way for the vacant patrol
position to be filled in the near
future. The captain's position is
to be consolidated with a new
lieutenant position in the
department.
Last month City
Commissioners were
apprehensive about the possible
cuts scheduled for the police
HS BUDGET on page A6


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A2 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY COMMUNITY CORNER THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 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.
EAlachua County Meets the 2nd
and 4th Tuesday of each month at 9
a.m. at the County Administration
Building, 12 SE 1st Street, Room
209, Gainesville. Citizen
comments are taken at 9:30 a.m.
and 5:30 p.m.
*Gainesville Meets the 2nd and
4th Monday of each month at 1
p.m. at City Hall Auditorium, 200
East University Avenue.
*Hawthorne Meets the 1st
Monday of each month at 6:30
p.m. at City Hall.
mHigh Springs Meets the 2nd
and 4th Thursday of each month at
6:30 p.m. in City Hall.
*LaCrosse Meets the 2nd
Monday of each month at 7:30
p.m. at Town Hall.
EMicanopy Meets the 2nd
Tuesday of each month at 7:30
p.m. at Town Hall.
*Newberry Meets the 2nd and
4th Monday of each month at 7
p.m. at City Hall
SWaldo Meets the 2nd Tuesday
of each month at 7 p.m. at Yerkes
Center.


Jesse says, "Never
worry about the tide
that is going out; it
always comes back."


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*AARP 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: Oct. 9 & 10, 12
noon to 4 p.m.; Nov. 29 &
30, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
EAlachua's Boy Scout
Troop 88 Fundraiser -
Pancake Breakfast! "Get
'em while they're hot!"
Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs &
Bacon, Choice of Coffee,
Juice or Soda Kazbor's
Grill, Alachua! Only $6 per
Breakfast, Oct. 6, 8-10 a.m.
Thank you for supporting the
Boy Scouts
*The 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.
EAlachua Historical
Society is celebrating their
7th Anniversary with
dinner and, a program on
Tuesday, Sept. 25, at
the Alachua Woman's Club.


Vean R. Seeger, Inc.,
,\ lir.ll-OQUlT.in PaM iM. COMPn1

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PAINTING

Alachua, FL 352-316-4547


J.T. Glisson will be the guest
speaker. He grew up in Cross
Creek and is the author of
three books. Everyone is
invited to come share their
local heritage, food and
fellowship. Social hour will
begin at 6:30 with dinner
served at 7 p.m. There is no
charge for dinner but
reservations are suggested.
Call Valerie Taylor, 386-462-
4001, or 386-462-3016 for
further information. Please
join us for this informative
event.
iThe 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.
mGainesville Chrome Divas
will host their 3rd Annual
Love Bug Run fundraiser to
benefit the Girl Scouts of the
Gateway Council on
Saturday, Sept. 22.-
Registration begins at 10
a.m. at Gainesville Harley
Davidson and Buell. Last
bike out at 11 a.m., 2nd stop
- The Junction in Williston,
3rd stop the Dakotah
Winery on Hwy 19 north near
Fanning Springs, 4th stop -
City Bar in Trenton, 5th stop
- West End Tavern in
Newberry and the 6th (last)
stop Munegin's on 13th
Street. Last bike in by 2:30
p.m. featuring the Budweiser
Girls and a bikini bike wash.
Cost is $10 per rider which
includes a free raffle ticket
with registration; $5 per
person for food at
Munegin's. Rain or Shine
mGo Hog Wild! At
Hawthorne's 4th Annual Hog
Fest on Oct. 13, 9 a.m. 9
p.m. at the Hawthorne Sports
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ALACHUA
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Complex on SR 20. Food,
Music, Games, & Fun! Arts
& crafts 9 a.m. 5 p.m.;
community talent 10 a.m.;
softball tournament 9 a.m.;
band: bitter sweet, hog
calling contest: 3 p.m.; hog
chase 5 p.m.; more events
throughout the day. Variety
of food vendors, dunking
booth and fireworks. For
general information call
Heather at 352-317-3995.
*The 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 joinirig 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 Hum-
mingbird garden with
donations from your gardens.
Contact John Fox, 5th Grade
Science teacher at
johnney5@windstream.net.
Community support in our
schools is an essential part of
our success as a community.
UMebane 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.
NMOPS (Mothers of
Preschoolers and younger)
welcomes you! Join us every
first Thursday from 9 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. at High Springs
1st Baptist Church. Meetings
are for moms between the
stages of pregnancy and with
young children of


kindergarten age. Cost is $7
per meeting (to cover general
operating cost). Childcare
provided.
ENewberry Branch
Library: Meet Molly: The
Monarch Butterfly Puppet -
Sunday, September 23rd,
3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Come
along with Molly and her
caterpillar friend on their
fun-filled adventure through
a butterfly garden.
nThe 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
ESecond 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 a.m., 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


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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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,
WHICH 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
(P#b.: September 13 and 20, 20074


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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.
ESanta Fe Pop Warner
Yard Sale will be Friday,
Sept. 21 and Saturday, Sept.
22. There will be dishes,
furniture, knick-knacks,
clothes, tools and lots of
miscellaneous items. It will
be at NW 173 Terrace in
Alachua across from Santa
Fe High School
ECall For Vendors High
Springs Fall Festival On
Saturday, Oct. 13, the High
Springs Chamber of
Commerce will present its 4
th Annual Fall Festival. The
event will be held from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. around the
sinkhole in James Paul Park
in downtown High Springs.
The event will feature
fun for the whole, family
including kids activities,
food and drinks, arts and
crafts vendors and live music
entertainment the entire day.
The High Springs
Chamber is currently
accepting applications from
vendors interested in
participating in this fun-
filled, family-friendly event.
Each year, the event draws
visitors from throughout the
North Central Florida area.
Application fees range from
$75 to $125, depending on
the type of vendor.
For more information on
the event and for an
application, contact the
High Springs Chamber of
Commerce at 386-454-3120,
or visit
www.highsprings.com.


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ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 A3


Newberry chamber hopes to bolster



business involvement in community


By DAN REID
Today Reporter
NEWBERRY Newberry
business owners had the chance
to voice their concerns to
Newberry City Manager Keith
Ashby during a luncheon
session last Friday at the city's
municipal building.
Newberry Jonesville
Chamber of Commerce
President Michelle Pickett, who
is also an area realtor, said the
purpose of the event was to
promote better communication
between businesses and city
government. Pickett said the
luncheon was an opportunity
for businesses to become more
involved in the community and
how businesses will play a key
role in the continued growth of
Newberry. She said Newberry
is becoming an attractive town
for businesses who want to
locate in the area.
"Newberry is becoming a
great spot to go to," said
Pickett.


Ashby believes it's
important for businesses to be
involved in local government
because there is often a lack of
communication between
government and business
owners.
Newberry Mayor John
Glanzer classified Friday's
event as one where business
owners received important
information about issues in the
community. For future
meetings Glanzer envisions a
roundtable forum of question
and answer sessions with the
city manager.
"It's an open access for
people to talk," said Glanzer.
Pickett is hopeful another
event similar to Friday's will
take place before the end of the
year. She said it's a goal of the
Newberry/Jonesville chamber
to have citizen forums with the
Newberry City Manager on a
quarterly basis along with the.
possibility of having forums on
a monthly basis. Pickett


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Newberry City Manager Keith Ashby sits down with members
of the Newberry business community during a luncheon at the
Newberry Municipal Building recently.


pointed out that the forums will
help promote tourism and
provide a better future for the
area. "It's a great stepping stone
for greater things to happen in
the community," said Pickett,
"Newberry is really in a good
spot and embracing what is
happening."


Pickett said the planned
forums are only one of many
changes happening with the
local chamber. The chamber's
website is undergoing a change
and will be coming out later this
month and will include a new
logo for the organization.
# # #


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Annual Fall Festival is October 13


Special to Alachua County Today
HIGH SPRINGS The
High Springs Chamber of
Commerce will hold its 4th
Annual Fall Festival, Saturday,
October 13 from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. around the sinkhole in
James Paul Park in beautiful
downtown High Springs.
On tap for this year: tons
of kids activities, including
magicians, tumblers, candle
making, a coloring contest, a
costume contest, pony rides
and animal demonstrations.
There will also be high end
arts and crafts vendors,
delicious food vendors and
new for this year-live
music-all day long! The
Flying Turtles Band has agreed
to play a variety of music all
throughout the day. The High
Springs Farmers' Market will
also be on hand so you can
pick up those fresh fall fruits
and veggies for your favorite
recipes.
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COMMISSIONER: i
Continuedfrom page Al Dowda plans to run for City Commission in 2008


City Commissioner in the long
term, but instead relishes his
role as an active member of the
High Springs community who
regularly attends commission
meetings.
"I'm comfortable with that
role," said Maltbie.
Dowda, who ran
unsuccessfully in last year's
High Springs Commission
election, said the possibility of
being a commissioner gives
him a chance to get involved




newcomerr 5 ns e"
By Linda
Rice
Chapman
ERA Trend
Realty of
High Springs
Do you .love kids? Do
you want to make a
difference in your
community?
Come and work with
third graders who struggle
with reading and math skills
and I promise you a
rewarding experience you
will remember all of your
life.
We meet in the office of
Alachua Elementary school
promptly at 1:45 to sign in.
We work with the children
from until 3 p.m. on
Tuesday and Thursdays.
The program works best
when we have one-on-one
but we cannot do that
without more tutors. We
have over thirty children
this year.
The program has been
very successful and it is
now in its third year.
Even if you cannot come
consistently, we welcome
your help. Together we can
give these kids the tools
they need for a successful
adult life.
I am reminding you also
that the Alachua Chamber is
conducting a fall
membership drive. Our goal
is to visit every Alachua
business who is not
currently a member.
This year we will be
producing a new directory
and we hope to be able to
list your business there!
Join soon so you will be
included. What is the cost to
you? Dues are very
reasonable, lunch at Rick's
is $7, inclusive of tip and
beverage and the benefits of
membership in our
Chamber priceless.
Linda is a licensed attorney,
mediator and realtor S&op by ERA
Trend Realty, 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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with issues facing High
Springs. Dowda said he wants
to be a voice for people in the
community who are not often
heard from.
"I could be a fair voice to
all," said Dowda.
Dowda said if he's
appointed to the commission it
will give residents the
opportunity to see him perform
as a commissioner as an
audition for a more permanent
role. On Tuesday Dowda said
he plans to run in next year's
High Springs City Commission
election that will include two
commission seats being
contested.
Levine, who is running in
this November's City
Commission election, has
previously said his campaign
platform includes strengthening
family values and community
pride in High Springs, traffic,
and offsetting tax cuts


mandated by the Florida
Legislature that will affect the
upcoming year's budget.
Testa couldn't be reached
for comment on Wednesday
afternoon.
The person selected to fill
the current commission
vacancy will be required to
vacate the seat once High
Springs voters elect a new


commissioner in November.
High Springs resident Dick
Williams, Levine, and former
Commissioner Bill Coughlin
are on November's ballot.
Meanwhile, High Springs
Commissioners will make a
decision on the four applicants
at the Sept. 27 City
Commission meeting.
# # #


NOTICE OF BUDGET

HEARING

The City of Archer has tentatively adopted a budget for Fiscal
Year 07-08.

A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the budget
AND TAXES will be held on September 24, 2007 at 7:00 p.m.
at

Archer City Hall
16870 SW 134th Avenue
Archer, Florida


I Obit ilFuaries


Jimmy Lee Daniels, Jr.

Jimmy Lee Daniels, Jr.
passed away on Friday,
September 14, 2007. He was
59.
He was born to the late
Jimmie L. Daniels and Annie
Mae Daniels on August 26,
1948 in High Springs,
Florida.
Mr. Daniels was educated
in the Public Schools of
Alachua County. He
graduated from A.L. Mebane
class of 1966. He retired
from the Alachua School
Board and was a member of
Williams Tabernacle C O G B
F Church.
Survivors include two
brothers, Arthur Lee
(Armatha) Daniels of Perry
and Johnn \C. iDazellat
Daniels of Fort white ; four
sisters. Earnestine Daniels of
Alachi,. Arrendene Daniels
(Joseph Lee and Shirle\
.lanmes Bennett. both of High
Springs. and Ada Mlae Mlazon
of Gaines\ ille.
Funeral s\er ice-s for lIr
Daniels will be held Sunda\.
September 23, 200' at
Williams Tabernacle C 0 G B
F at 2 p.m Elder James
Williams. Pastor.
\ ist.itaion \ill be Saturd.i\
from 6-8 p.ni it .. Jerome
BroL n Fuineral Home. 1560
N\\ ist A\ente. High
Springs.
Arrangements entrusted to
A. Jerome Bro\\n Funeral
Home. High Springs.

Wilton Terry Johnson

Wilton Terr. .Johnson otf
Ala.chua, Florida. passed awtai
Sunday. September 16, 2007
at Shands at UIF in
Gaines\ lle. He \a sI
He was born in Richmond.
Virginia He attended file
college and was a volunteerr
fireman in Norihern Virginia.
He ser\ed in the US Na\x,
during WW II, including ;he
Philippines and the
Occupation of Japan.
After 22 years in the Navy
he went on to serve fi\ e \ eai s
in the Army Reserve retiring
as a Sergeant First Class in
1986.
He moved to Florida in


1956 and was an ambulance
driver for Jones-Johnson
Funeral Home, worked for
nine years at Alachua General
Hospital in charge of Central
Supply, and retired from
Alachua County Clerk of the
Court. Mr. Johnson served on
the Board of Trustees at
Florida Credit Union, was
active in the YMCA and
coached Little League
Baseball. He was an avid
fisherman and Founding
Member of the Gainesville
Offshore Fishing Club,
having served as Secretary
and Treasurer for many years.
He \ as preceded in death
by his first wife, Betty
Frances Johnson.
Survivors include his
second wife, Serena R.
Johnson: children, Ste\en
(Patricia) Johnson, Terry Ann,
Johnson, Betsy (Steve)
Gabbard. Francine (Robert!
Jernigan. Jeanne iDonnie)
Van N\ie. Rand\ t Tamil
\\ebb. and Sherri Webb;
grandchildren. Steven
Johlnson Jr.. Sean John-on.
Cord Johnson, Todd Gabbard.
Paul Gabbald, Cliff Gabbard.
Terrn Gabbard. Angi Falzoi.
.Austin Van \\ie. Ashle\ Van
\\ie, KIle Nlosele\. Heather
NlMoeles. T\ Jones and .\1la
ones: great grandchildren.
And\ Gabbard. Nathan
Carbaugh. Kiera Smith. R\an
Gabbard. lan Falzoi. and
Kelse\, Falzoi
The fainil riecei\ed
friends \\ednesdai.
September 19 from 5-- p.m.
t Nlilanm Funeral Home.
\\here services \were held in
the Chapel on September 21.I
200" I at 1 a m. Interment \ II
be in Forest Neado\ -
Central.
In lieu of flo\,ers.
memorial contributions ma\
be made to a Veteran's chart',
olf out choice.
Arrangement', under the
care of NMiliam Funeial and
Cremation Ser\ ices.
Gainesville, Florida.
Obituaries: The obituaries
in this section ame considered
newF s and are published free
of charge b\ .-Aliachi County
Today. Obituaries may be
edited for style, space and
policy.


BUDGET SUMMARY

City of Archer Fiscal Year 2007-2008


General Fund Millage Rate per $1,000:
Voted Debt Millage Rate per $1000:


ESTIMATED REVENUES:
Taxes
Ad Valorem Taxes
State Shared Revenues
Communications Service Tax
Utility Service Taxes
Half Cent Sales Tax
Local Option Gas Tax
Franchise Taxes
Recreation Revenues
Miscellaneous Revenues
Grants
Historic Preservation
Fines & Forfeitures
Licenses & Permits
Community Center Project Match
Charges for Services
Interest
Transfers from Fund Balances/
Reserves/Net Assets/Other Funds

TOTAL REVENUES,
TRANSFERS & BALANCES:

EXPENDITURES:
General Government
City Commission 15,410
City Manager 71,531
Administration 105,321
,Legal Fees 30,000
Other 121,225
Public Safety
Transportation/Streets
Recreation
Debt Service
Water Utility
Solid Waste Collection
Community Center Project
Transfers to Other Funds
Placed into Reserves
TOTAL EXPENDITURES,
TRANSFERS & BALANCES:


4.500


Capital Project
General Fund -
Fund Comm. Center

144,318
58,000
29,000
58,000
73,000
109,000
42,000
15,375
74,350


4,000
6,000


2,000
17,347


632,390


343,487


156,847
80,902
41,154


10.000


632,390


320,481


232,069


552,550


Enterprise
Fund -
Water


Enterprise
Fund -
Solid Waste


Total All
Funds


7,000


5,000


161,000
400
30,000


203,400


6,904
196,496


486,589

65,961


552,550


203,400


133,000


133,000


1,521,340


115,653

17,347


133,000


1,521,340


Revenue over (under) Expenses
The tentative, adopted, andlor final budget is on file


in the office of the above mentioned taxing authority as a public record.


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ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY RELIGION THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 A5


The Good Samaritan


In Saint Luke's Gospel, chapter 10, a
lawyer attempts to tempt (or lure) Jesus into
committing heresy, but Jesus does not allow
it. The lawyer wants to be told that
everything that he has already done makes
him an inheritor of eternal life. Jesus makes


it clear that everyone's life
must constantly be involved
in the work of doing God's
will. But more importantly,
He shifts the question away
from the quantity of
actions, to the character of
the one who would have
eternal life.
Looking at the text, we
see that it is a lawyer that is
tempting Jesus. This
person is a professional
interpreter and teacher of
the Law of Moses and he
wants to be seen as a
righteous man because of
what he has done.
This bit of Scripture


The Ven. John I
Leasure
All Saints Angli
Church, Gaines
A parish of the
Christian Episc
Church


exposes the difference between what God
has called us to, which is righteousness, and
what we are most likely to do, which is self-
righteousness. Now let us look at the
parable in the text. (A parable is a teaching
device used by Christ to teach one single
lesson)
We have the traveler, a Jew, who by no
fault of his own is set upon by evil. He is
beaten, robbed, and left for dead. This is a
true picture of life, as we are all too familiar
with the sad and tragic events committed by
men against men.
As he is laying there in pain, he hears
the approaching footsteps of hope. Sadly,
the priest sees the injured man and chooses


to move on. We gather from the text that
the priest has just left Jerusalem, but for
whatever reason, the priest does not stop to
help the man. You can bet that he made
some excuse to himself, since most people
would naturally feel the need to justify not
stopping. Maybe he thought the
robbers were still near and he
might fall victim to them also.
Maybe he thought that there was
nothing he could do to save the
man, so why bother. Maybe he
heard footsteps of someone else
coming and decided that they
would be able to take care of the
man.
Nevertheless, the priest went on
his way and left the victim to die.
E. Then the Levite came on the
scene and like the priest, had his
can
v le. own excuses for not stopping to
help.
opal Then along comes the
Samaritan, who is the most
unlikely one of the three to stop.
Samaritans and Jews were at odds with each
other over religious differences. There was
a mutual dislike and lack of respect between
them. If the Jewish man's own countrymen
ignored him, then the Samaritan had more
than enough reasons to justify his passing
by. It is reasonable to assume that the
Samaritan should have shown the least
compassion but instead is the one who
showed compassion, who stopped and took
care of the mans injuries, and at his own
expense made sure the man was suitably
taken care of.
Some Church Father's, like St.
Augustine have used this parable to
demonstrate Biblical truth. He taught that


the victim is man, who was stripped of his
original righteousness by sin, and left half
dead. The Priest and Levite represent the
Commandments, which serve to show
God's perfect Law but which was always
unable to bring life to the one in sin. The
Samaritan is clearly Jesus, one who.was
made flesh, thereby a man, to identify with
the pain and needs of men. Christ, as a
man, felt compassion and was moved to
take us in our condition, heal our infirmity
of sin, and then place us in a safe place for
our continued well-being this, of course,
being the Church.
I would like to add my own opinion to
St. Augustine's allegory and suggest that
the single lesson of the parable is that love
is the fulfillment of God's law. The
summary of the Commandments teaches us
all that is meant in the Law and prophets-
Love the Lord, thy God and thy neighbor as
thyself. This is what God requires, and it is
the perfect imitation of Christ. What
greater standard can we aim at than to
imitate Christ?
The Samaritan is really the picture of a
man who risks his own life (if robbers were
still in the area), who spends his own time
and money on a complete stranger in need.
He goes to the extreme to help someone.
Entering into full sympathy with another's
misery and doing something about it.
As the Samaritan looked with
compassion on the victim, was moved to
action, and did not consider his work as a
praiseworthy action to earn him eternal life,
we learn something about the meaning of
Christianity.
# # #


Join us at these


local events


*First Christian Academy
extends an invitation to come to
our "See You at the Pole" on
Sept. 19 at 8 a.m. Please, let us
know if you will be able to
attend and pray with our
students. The academy is
located at the First Baptist
Church of High Springs, 20112
N. US Hwy 441, High Springs.
For more information, please
call 386-454-1505.
*Hague Baptist Church is
holding a sing featuring
Southland on Saturday, Sept. 22
at 7 p.m. The sing is free but a
love offering will be taken. If
you have questions, please call
Lillian Owens at 386-462-2795.
*Mt. Horeb Baptist Church
is having a gospel sing
featuring The Mercy Mountain
Bays on Saturday, Sept. 29 at 7
p.m. Please bring a covered
dish to share. Everyone is
welcome. We will have a great
time worshipping the Lord.
The church is located on
County Road 340, one mile
west of Highway 47, south of
Fort White.
EFort White Baptist Church
will be presenting The Singing
Reflections on Oct. 13 at 7 p.m.
Fort White Baptist Church is
located on Hwy 47 between the
park and. North Florida
Pharmacy, near the traffic light.
For more information, call Patti
Moore at 386-965-4829
EBranford Presbyterian
Church Presbyterian Women
of the Church will hold their
annual Fall Bazaar from 8 a.m.


to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6 at the
Branford Presbyterian Church
Fellowship Hall. There will be
handmade crafts, baked
goodies, white elephant sale
and hotdogs and sodas for $1.
Raffle fundraiser for a beautiful
blue starry night queen size
handmade quilt is also being
held. For more information or
raffle tickets, call 386-93.5-
3371 or 386-935-1784. The
church is located on the corer
of Branford Hwy 247 and
Drane St. and Haines Ave. near
downtown Branford.
EPASSAGE Family Church
is holding JUDAH Fest on
Saturday, Oct. 6 from 11 a.m. to
2 p.m. at Smokey Bear Park,,
2300 NE 15 Street, Gainesville.
There will be a free Community
Fish Fry, Praises for the King,
fun for the family and
fellowship for all. Live Remote
with Karl "The Rev" Anderson
of Rejoice Gospel 1430AM.
EBranford' Presbyterian
Church will celebrate 121
Years on Sunday, Oct. 14. The
annual Homecoming event
welcomes all from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. to a covered dish lunch
following the service in the
church fellowship hall. For"
more information, call 386-
935-3371 or 386-935-1784.
The church is located on the
comer of Branford Hwy 247
and Drane and Haines Streets
near downtown Branford.
ESt. Madeleine Catholic
Church "Make it Known" with
LOCAL EVENTS on page A6


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

A ychnslctcentraL com
386-462-2264

CC HRIST C CENTRAL.
N(IN ISTRIES
"Bulding Life Together"
Temporary Lgcation
Located at 14200 NW 148th Place
Downtown Alachua (in the old Post Office)


Service Times:
Sunday


9:00-10:1 5am


F6- 1 0o:30 1:00am
Life Groups
meet at various times during the week.
.-) Wednesday
S udenit MnI ry 7:13pm


First United Methodist
Church ofAlachua
14805 NW 140th Street 462-2443
Rev. Rob Atchley, Pastor
Jeff Van Valey, Youth & Children's Minister
Worship, 8:30 am. & 11 a.m.
Sunday School 9:45 am.
Sunday Youth Events, 4:30 p.m.
www.gbgm-umc.org/alachuafumc

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 free vegetarian
feast. Open to the public. (386) 462-2017


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Worship
here
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for more information.


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
to High Springs City Hall)
Father David Kidd
y (386) ,54-9812 .


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SA parish ofthe Christian Episcopal Church
Where worship is our central act
SWhere 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 am., Morning
Worship 11a.m., 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 Church
Hwy 441 S., High Springs
Sunday School: 10 a.m.,
Contemporary Worship: 8:45 a.m.,
Traditional Worship: 11a.m.,
Youth Fellowship: 5p.m.
Wed. Youth Fellowship 6:45 p.m.
Church offers transportation to & from services.
Youth/Childrens Director: Holly Erskine
Gary Eldred, Pastor (386) 454-1255

HIGH SPRINGS CHURCH
OF CHRIST
520 NE Santa Fe Boulevard
Bible Classes for All 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

Legacy Baptist Church
Sunday Services at The Alachua A, ..',
SClub, 255 S. Main St., Alachua
(-h;ij, '. ,, ,-i.l.; School -9:30 am
Church Service 10:30 am
Family Bible Study 6:30 pm
Pastor John Jernigan (386)454-5529
www.legacybaptistchurch.o-rg

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
Sp.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 searchfor friendly church has ended

St. John's United
Methodist Church
Open Arms, Loving Hearts
& Helping Hands.
I 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 386-4628454
,l ,Pastor: Mike Lee


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


CHRISTIAN FAMILYWORSHIP
CENTER AND BIBLE COLLEGE
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


"We know that in all things
we are more than
Conquerors. We are
S Champions." 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 a.m. 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


*Christiaen life Cellowship
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

SFellowsiof Alachua
SImpacting Lives for Christ
EChurch Sunday: Small Group Bible
Contemporary Praise & Worship Study 9:30 a.m.,
Bible Study at 9:30 a.m. Worship: 10:45 a.m.
Worship at 10:45 a.m. W ..
16916 NW US Hwy 441, High Springs Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 6:30 p.m.
386454-1700 www.FellowshipOnline.org HWY235 SouthAlachua 462-1337


Foundation Chapel Church
of God by Faith
Sunday : Sunda\ School 10 pmi: Ml\d-Da\
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PamIor \\ illie J. McKnight. Sr. 462-2549


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Worship
here
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for more information.


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


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'R'eachinrg people' iwhle tihey ai
,. ". 2020 NE 15 Street
i. "-"- (;aincsville
PLad ichl Dix h (352) 336-8686I QJ
Ladv Michele Dix (352) 336-8686


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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 NW262 Avenue


of Life
A assemblyy 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 am.. Church School
11 a.m. Morning Worship
Rev. James R. Watkins, Pastor
Theme: Knowing and Growing"
14950 Martin Luther King Blvd/Hwy 441
386.462.2732(church) 386.462.4396 (Fax)
-r 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
14623 NW 140 Street
(386) 462-1549
Sunday School 9 a.m., Worship Service
10:30 a.m. Nursery provided.
www.firstpresalachua.org

Grace Community Church (PCA)
ANew Church in WesternAlachua County
Pastor Ty Keys ^
New Location: 25705 SW 15 Avenue
in Newberry Elementary School Cafeteria
(352) 472-9500
Worship: Sunday 9 am. Nursery provided.
For info go to www.gracecommunityPCA.org
Reaching Out with the Love of Christ by Ly4ing Up
the Name of Christ-Come hear the Doctrines ofGrace


Service Times
Sunday 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Youth Scrvice Wed. 7:30 p.m.
Senior Pastors: Edwin & Angela Anderson
386-454-1563
www.impactfamilychurch.com
r NW US 441 Retwveen High Springs & Alachua


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Worship
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for more information.


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 p.m.
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
3210 N.E. Santa Fe Boulevard
(U.S. Hwy. 441), High Springs
S (386) 454-2358


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A6 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007


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2005 Toyota Corolla
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2002 Mazda Mellinia ...
1991 Ford Mtrr ?
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2003 Suburban LT
Leather ............
2007 Chevrolet HHR LT
2006 Chevrolet 2500 HD
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2006 Chevrolet
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2005 Chevrolet 1500
Silverado Crew Stk # 789
2005 Chevrolet Tahoe
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2005 Chevrolet Silverado
1500 Crew Stk # 143 ...
2005 Chevrolet
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2005 Chevrolet Silverado
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2005 Chevrolet Silverado
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2004 GMC Yukon Denali
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2004 Chevrolet Silverado
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2004 Chevrolet Tahoe LT
Leather ............
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2002 Ford F150 XLT
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2002 Chevrolet Silverado
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2001 Chevrolet Silverado
X-Cab ............$11,950
1999 Chevrolet Blazer
4DR ................$7,995
1999 Chevrolet Tahoe
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force. Consequences of a trimmed down
department would have included the
possibility of slower response times and
fewer patrols on city streets. High Springs
Commissioner Jim Gabriel in particular
was vocal about the cuts saying he felt
uncomfortable with a police department
that was offering the bare minimums in
level of service.
High Springs City Manager Jim Drumm
said with the police department fully staffed
citizens can still expect quick response
times to emergency calls and having two or
three officers patrolling the streets at any
given time.
High Springs Police Lieutenant Gordon
Fulwood sees a commitment to the police
department from city officials through their
decision not to slash substantial funding
from the department. Fulwood said
Commissioners and Drumm were in a
dilemma due to budget cuts in city
government mandated by the Florida
Legislature.
Fulwood said officers have told him
there're pleased the department will not
face serious cuts in personnel. "It shows
the City Manager and the Commission have
the best interest of High Springs at heart,"
said Fulwood. He added that the
Commission's decision is a positive for a
department that is still dealing with the
death of Police Chief Ray Kaminskas who


LOCAL EVENTS:
Continued from page A5
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


ppenstein: County comments offensive

taxpayers of High Springs


SANCTUARY: El
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to
High Springs City officials
are concerned the living
conditions, remnants of cat
feces, and the burial of dead
animals on the property may
contaminate the city's drinking
water supply. Drumm said 300
cats have died and been buried
on the property since 2002. He
added residents in the area have
complained to him about the
smell and noise from the
property, and how cats have
died in front of neighbors'
houses.
City of High Springs
employee Sandi Richmond said
she visited the residence three
weeks ago and was appalled by
the living conditions both inside
and outside the home.
Richmond, who once served as
an animal cruelty investigator,
said urine and feces were
predominant throughout the
property. She observed as many
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as eight cats living inside a
small cage and an outside barn
that held approximately 50 or
60 cats inside a wood and wire
cage.
Richmond said the cats
living on the property were in
failing health.
"I observed in every pen or
enclosure cats and kittens with
watery green, brown, or yellow
discharge from their eyes and
sneezing," said Richmond who
added diseases such as feline
leukemia and feline aids are
common in overcrowded
conditions.
From her experience as an
animal cruelty investigator
Richmond said there is a high
probability the property is a
breeding ground for parasites
and contagious diseases.
Richmond said the property
ranks as one of the worst in
animal cruelty she's seen.


"It's up there. It's definitely
one of the worst," said
Richmond.
High Springs City Attorney
Tom DePeter said a motion to
file a petition on appealing the
County Commission's ruling
will be filed by next Friday.
DePeter said the city is hopeful
the Lefkowitzs can find an
alternative location where the
animals could live.
High Springs Commissioner
Kirk Eppnstein said he's
disturbed by the way Alachua
County Commissioners have
handled the matter.
"I'm particularly upset by
the comments of the county
commission and especially
Commissioner Mike Byerly. It
shows a complete lack of
understanding of what is
happening and what our goals
are in High Springs.
"I find the comments


vo-three officers patrolling streets at any given time


died earlier this month.
"It's given them really something
positive to look at," said Fulwood.
The High Springs Fire Department also
survived the chopping block as 10 fulltime
firefighter positions are slated in the
upcoming budget. .However, Drumm said
two of those positions will be shared by
part-time firefighters in the department.
Fire department Lieutenant Bruce
Gillingham could not be reached for
comment.
According to Drumm the city's parks
and recreation department will add a
maintenance position in the budget.
Drumm said the position was added
because of the amount of maintenance
required at both Catherine Taylor Park and
the city's sports complex.
High Springs Commissioner Kirk
Eppenstein said the decision not to
consolidate the parks and recreation
department with the public works
department sends a clear message that parks
and recreation is a priority in High Springs.
"We need to continue to move forward
and expand that program," said Eppenstein.
Eppenstein said one of the reasons
people move to High Springs is because of
the quality level of services the city has to
offer. Eppenstein added that over the past
several weeks, citizens have told him they
still want a high level of service from city


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


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


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING
The Town of LaCrosse has tentatively adopted a
budget for 2007/08. A public hearing to make a
FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES
will be on Monday, September 24th at 7:30 p.m.,
LaCrosse City Hall.


BUDGET SUMMARY
TOWN OF LACROSSE FISCAL YEAR 2007/2008
THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF TOWN OF LACROSSE
ARE 8.2% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.


GENERAL
FUND


ESTIMATED REVENUES:
Taxes: Millage per $1000
Ad Valorem Taxes 1.8876
Sales and Use Taxes
Charges for Services
Intergovernmental Revenue
Licenses & Permits
Franchise Fees
Fines & Forfeitures
Interest Earned/Other
Cash Carryover

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND
BALANCES


22,000.
18,500.
6,000.
50,572.
1,299.
16,152.
1,500.
11,050.
9,500.


136,573.


FIRE
FUND


departments. He said services being
offered by the police and fire department
will come with an affordable price tag.
"This way we're improving the level of
services with a cost that is reasonable to
taxpayers," said Eppenstein.
Gabriel said the Commission's recent
decisions on the budget issue shows that
providing High Springs citizens with
quality services is a priority.
"It tells citizens that the Commission is
serious about its responsibility to citizens,"
said Gabriel.
Gabriel said there were some tough
decisions made during the budget process
and that the processwas a trying experience
at times.
High Springs Mayor Larry Travis said
preparing the budget was an exhaustive
process, but was pleased many citizens
voiced their concerns about the city
continuing to provide a high level of service
for public safety.
"I'm real pleased that we're able to
maintain and add to our public safety," said
Travis.
However, Drumm warned High Springs
could see cuts in both the police and fire
departments if the "Super" homestead
exemption is passed by Florida voters in
January.
# # #


information is available from the
St. Madeleine mission
coordinator Jeannette
Chapdelaine at 386-497-3179.
EFoundation 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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TOTAL


22,000.
18,500.
123,558.60 129,558.60
24,307. 74,879.
1,299.
16,152.
1,500.
550.40 11,600.40
9,500.


EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES


Building/Land
General Government
Public Safety
Transportation
Financial & Administrative
Other

TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES


4,500.
65,037.

25,500.
32,300.
9,236.

136,573.


The tentative, adopted, andlor final budget is on
mentioned taxing authority as a public record.


148,416.


4,500.
65,037.
148,416.
25,500.
32,300.
9,236.


148,416. 284,989.

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uncaring and completely
offensive to the taxpayers of
High Springs
"It's unfortunate but it
speaks volumes about a lack of
communication between the
county and the city," said
Eppenstein.
According to Alachua
County staff recommendations,
the shelter is required to
decrease the number of cats
living on the property to a
maximum of 300 by next
February, and a further
reduction to 144 cats by
February 2009. .Other
conditions include prohibiting
the placement of pens or cages
within 100 feet of the property
boundaries and requiring
regular veterinary service plans
for animals at the shelter.
# # #


148,416.


284,989.





ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 A7


RESTAURANTS:
Continued from page A 1


No word


from


Starbucks

two Gainesville Moe's
restaurants, plans to open an
Alachua store. Alachua's
Moe's location would likely
be the fourth in the area as
Givens noted the third is
slated to open soon on
Newberry Road, just west of
Interstate 75.
"I have signed a letter of
intent with a developer for a
Moe's Southwest Grill in
Alachua," said Givens.
Moe's is considered a
fast-casual restaurant chain
featuring southwestern style
foods using flour tortillas
focusing on lunch and dinner
entrees.
"While there are several
restaurants in Alachua and
many of them do a good job,
there really isn't any direct
competition for Moe's in
Alachua," said Givens.
The average ticket at
Moe's is about $8 which
would include one main item
such as a burrito, a small side
and a drink, according to
Givens.
"We look forward to
coming to a good market
with a good store for good
people, and we hope they
like it," said Givens who
added that Moe's would be
open in Alachua by
December 31, 2008
Although Starbucks has
not confirmed an Alachua
location, anonymous sources
have reported that one of the
buildings being constructed
at U.S. 441 and NW 147
Drive is the perfect fit for the
international coffee chain.
Starbucks generally opens
new locations where drive
through service is available.
Multiple sources indicated
that one of the newly
constructed buildings will
have a drive through and is
the typical size of a
Starbucks.
There had been previous
talks of a Starbucks opening
inside Hitchcock's Market,
but those plans never came to
fruition.
# # #


ABSHER:
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Details to be available next

week


Coerper commented, "We
had to settle this case because
the insurance company wants to
do so, not us.
"We noted that we
vehemently disagreed that we
did anything wrong and it's
been proven that we haven't,"
said Coerper.
Absher was hired as the
assistant city manager on Nov.
8, 2002, earning $75,000
annually. The former assistant
city manager never saw most of
that as her employment with the
City ended a few months later
in spring 2003.
In an initial lawsuit filed
July 15, 2003, Absher claimed
that she never cancelled the
employment agreement. She
was seeking a judgment worth-
six month's salary, earned


vacation and sick leave,
relocation expenses and six
months of retirement, health,
dental, life and disability
insurance coverage and interest.
Apparently attempting a
new strategy, Absher dropped
the first case, hired a new
attorney and brought yet more
claims against the city in which
she alleged she was retaliated
against and discriminated
against due to a pregnancy.
Judge Maurice M Paul ruled
that Absher had not been the
victim of retaliation, but he
allowed her other claims to
move forward during a mid-
summer hearing.
Coerper said details of the
settlement won't be available
for several days.
# # #.


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of your mouth for eight hours
ever day. The tissue in your
mouth needs an opportunity
to allow air and its
revitalizing -oxygen to
circulate around it.
Otherwise, the gingival
tissue, meaning the gum,
under the denture will be a
breeding ground for yeast or
fungal infection and bacterial
overgrowth. Not only will
there be a deleterious effect
on the gums, a sinus infection
could result. The best way to
clean them is with a
toothbrush and regular


toothpaste.
When your dentures are
out of your mouth, you should
store them in a closed
container with water or a non-
sugared liquid like
mouthwash to keep them
moist. Dentures are designed
to be in a wet environment. If
you find that your dentures
are getting loose, they may
need what is called a reline. In
a reline, material is added to
the underside of the denture
to-assure a good fit between
the appliance and the gum.
Your dentist can give you
more information about the
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BUDGET SUMMARY
City of Waldo- Fiscal Year 2008

THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY OF WALDO
ARE 17.34% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.

General Water
Fund Fund Total
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE 57,148 136,596 193,744
ESTIMATED REVENUES:
Taxes:
Ad Valorem Taxes

5.0314 Mills 115,101 115,101
Local Option Fuel Taxes 112,698 112,698
Franchise Fees 72,000 72,000
Communication Service Tax 17,012 17,012
Licenses & Permits 9,000 9,000
Intergovernmental Revenue 100,394 100,394
Culture/Recreation (Grant Revenue) 198,500 198,500
Charges for Services 188,498 510,033 698,531
Fines and Forfeits 398,400 398,400
Miscellaneous Revenues 31,200 31,200
TOTAL REVENUES 1,242,803 510,033 1,752,836
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES
AND FUND BALANCES 1,299,951 646,629 1,946,580

EXPENDITURES:
General Government 181,601 181,601
Public Safety 728,674 7.28,674
Physical Environment 107,502 509,862 617,364
Human Services
Culture/Recreation 223,720 223,720
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1,241,498 509,862 1,751,359

RESERVES 58,454 136,767 195,221
TOTAL APPROPRIATED
EXPENDITURES AND RESERVES 1,299,951 646,629 1,946,580


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, ANDIOR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE
OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


Troop 88 Boy Scouts


receive rank advancements


Special to Alachua County Today
Alachua Boy Scout Troop 88 conducted the
September 2007 Court of Honor Monday
evening. Troop 88 currently has 24 active scouts
and 13 registered scout leaders. Scouts and their
leaders have been working hard over the past
several months. Scouts received the following
rank advancements: two Scout Ranks; five -


Special to Alachua County Today
Tenderfoot Ranks; two 2nd Class Ranks; four -
1st Class Ranks; and six Star Ranks. Scouts
also received 58 regular merit badges and 42
Eagle required merit badges.
Also in attendance was Ben Boukari
representing the Alachua Lions Club, Troop 88's
sponsoring organization.
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Last year's property tax levy:


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Board and other

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This year's proposed tax levy


$116,585


$ (429)

$117,014


$121,159


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A8 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY VOICE OF THE HEARTLANDS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007





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Ztlatbua Countp Zobap
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That candy won't make it, no fooling'


The best of Ellen Boukari
Halloween is a night for
chilling costumes, frightful
memories and enough
scrumdiddlyumptious candy to
make Willie Wonka proud. But
-it's time to debunk this business


about Halloween being
for children, at least
with respect to the loot.
And by loot, I'm talking
candy, and lots of it.
With the U.S. Census
Bureau reporting that
36.8 million "trick-or-
treaters" from the ages
of five to 13 will hit the
streets in search of
sweets, there is a
prodigious demand for
candy in this country
(And I bet you thought
the Census Bureau was


comprised of statistic seeking
geeks with horn-rimmed glasses
and pocket protectors).
But considering the supply
side of confectionary delights, if
the more than 20 million pounds
of candy corn made for
Halloween is laid end-to-end, it
would circle the moon twice and
have some left over. Left over for
early Halloween candy shoppers
and adults masquerading as
trick-or-treaters that is.
Help me understand why
otherwise sound-minded adults


will stalk the aisles of major
supermarkets perusing the candy
aisle in September? With
Halloween candy in stores over a
month in advance of the big
night, who could possibly buy
candy in September and still
have it on hand on All Hallows
Eve?
Really, how


many pieces of
these early
purchased
confections will
last long enough to
see Oct. 31? My
guess is none -
except for the piece
that slips between
the sofa cushions


during
particularly
segment
"D e s p e


juicy
of
rate


Housewives."
Why?
Because the early candy
purchases are not for Halloween.
Oh, we tell ourselves those
brightly wrapped and
individually packaged miniatures
are for Halloween. We even pat
ourselves on the back while
smugly thinking we didn't wait
until the last minute. No sir. Not
us. We have the candy situation
under control. We'll have plenty
on hand at the appointed time


when the hobgoblins come a
knocking. No tricks for us
because we have the treats ready.
We weren't born yesterday.
No sir.
Wrong.
The truth is out.
That candy will never make it
to the front door... at least not
into the hand of a costumed
Spiderman or tiara-adorned fairy
princess.
Nope.
That candy will be long gone
by then.
It isn't surprising that
Halloween candy sales are
expected to hit the $2 billion
mark this year. The Census
Bureau also tells us that the per
capital consumption of candy by
Americans, which they believe to
be consumed largely by kids
around Halloween, tops 25
pounds annually.
What the Census Bureau
doesn't know, because parents
won't admit this to Uncle Sam, is
that adults are eating a surprising
amount of the Halloween candy.
Statistics are only as good as the
data. And frankly, I don't know
many adults who are going to
fess up to eating children's
Halloween candy, especially to
the Feds.
But on the other hand. the


National


Confectioners


Association evidently has a line
straight to parents because they
report that nearly 90-percent of
patents said they sneak goodies
from their kids' trick-or-treat
bags.
Clues that you may have a
pre-Halloween candy nibbler in
your household are the little
wadded up wrappers fallen
unnoticed beside the bed or
under the coffee table or the
gaping bag that somehow
appears deflated and almost
empty. Another heads up is when
your spouse sends you to the
grocery store to pick up a gallon
of milk and still more Halloween
candy.
But don't despair, do what
other folks in your situation will
be doing. Sometime during the
afternoon of Oct. 31, head to the
store and purchase the real
Halloween candy the pieces
you will actually hand out to the
little hobgoblins who will be
flocking to your door.
Ah, childhood.
Scrumdiddlyumptious bar
anyone?
*
Agree, disagree, don't care?
Contact Ellen via email at
ellen@alachuatoday.com Just
remember, if you don't want your
mama to read it, don't send it!
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Socialized Medicine Is Broken and Can't Be Fixed


Last week I pointed out that Michael
Moore, maker of the documentary
"Sicko," portrayed the 'Cuban
health-care system as though it were
utopia until I hit him with some
inconvenient facts. So he backed off and said,
"Let's stick to Canada and Britain because I think
these are legitimate arguments that are made
against the film and against the so-called idea of
socialized medicine. And I think you should
challenge me on these things."
OK, here we go.
One basic problem with nationalized health
care is that it makes medical services seem free.
That pushes demand beyond supply.
Governments deal with that by limiting what's
available.
That's why the British National Health
Service recently made the pathetic promise to
reduce wait times for hospital care to four months
[http://tinyurl.com/yugc5u].
The wait to see dentists is so long that some
Brits pull their own teeth. Dental tools: pliers and
vodka [http://tinyurl.com/6aux9].
One hospital tried to save money by not
changing bed sheets every day. British papers
report that instead of washing them, nurses were
encouraged to just turn them over
[http://tinyurl.com/35te7q].


Government rationing of health care in Most Canadians like their free health care, but
Canada is why when Karen Jepp was about to Canadian doctors tell us the system is cracking.
give birth to quadruplets last month, she was told More than a million Canadians cannot find a
that all the neonatal units she could go to in regular. family doctor. One town holds a lottery.
Canada were too crowded. She flew to Montana Once a week the town clerk gets a box out of the
to have the babies, closet. Everyone who wants to have a family
"People line up for care; some of them die. doctor puts his or her name in it. The clerk pulls
That's what happens," Canadian .. f. out one slip to determine the winner.
doctor David Gratzer, author of The Others in town have to wait.
Cure [http://tinyurl.com/35d4t8], 9 It's driven some Canadians to
told "20/20;' private for-profit clinics. A new one
[http://abcnews.go.com/2020]. opens somewhere in Canada almost
Gratzer thought the Canadian system every week. Although it's not clear
was great until he started treating that such private clinics are legal, one
patients. "The more time I spent in is run by the president of the
the Canadian system, the more I Canadian Medical Association, Dr.
came across people waiting. ... You .Brian Day, because under
want to see your neurologist because government care, he says, "We found
of your stress headache? No John Stossel ourselves in a situation where we
problem! You just have to wait six were seeing sick patients and weren't


months. You want an MRI? No problem! Free as
the air! You just gotta wait six months."
Michael Moore retorts that Canadians live
longer than Americans.
But Canadians' longer lives are unrelated to
heath care. Canadians are less likely to get into
accidents or be murdered. Take those factors into
account, not to mention obesity, and Americans
live longer.


being allowed to treat them. That was something
that we couldn't tolerate."
Canadians stuck on waiting lists often pay
"medical travel agents" to get to America for
treatment. Shirley Healey had a blocked artery
that kept her from digesting food. So she hired a
middleman to help her get to a hospital in
Washington state.
"The doctor said that I would have only had a


very few weeks to live," Healey said.
Yet the Canadian government calls her
surgery "elective."
"The only thing elective about this surgery
was I elected to live," she said.
Not all Canadian health care is long lines and
lack of innovation. We found "one place where
providers offer easy access to cutting-edge life-
saving technology, such as CT scans. And patients
rarely wait.
But they have to bark or meow to get access to
this technology. Vet clinics say they can get a dog
or a cat in the next day. People have to wait a
month.
John Stossel is co-anchor of ABC News'
"20/20" and the author of "Myth, Lies, and
Downright Stupidity: Get Out the Shovel Why
Everything You Know is Wrong," which is now
out in paperback. To find out more about John
Stossel and read features by other Creators
Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the
Creators Syndicate Web page at
www.creators.com.
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ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY CRIME STOPPERS MOST WANTED THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 A9
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POLICE REPORTS


Alachua Police Department
The following information was
provided by Alachua Police
Department (APD) Detective
Dairy Lloyd
Attack leads to arrests
*On Sept. 13, 2007 at 9:30 p.m.,
Alachua Police Department
officers responded to 16135 NW
US 441, Kazbors, regarding a
disturbance. Upon arrival, officers
made contact with several
witnesses that stated that 28-year-
old Crystal Carlisle of Alachua
was sitting at a dining table.
Witnesses stated that'35-year-old
Tonja C. Morgan and 44-year-
old Tammy Reece, both of


Alachua, attacked Carlisle. The
officers' investigation revealed
that Reece and Morgan had been
drinking at the bar when Carlisle
arrived. A verbal argument
started with Carlisle, Reece and
Morgan. Reece and Morgan
physically attacked Carlisle,
tearing her shirt and breaking her
glasses. Reece and Morgan were
arrested for battery and
transported to the Alachua County
Jail.
DWLSR arrest
*On Sept. 15, 2007 at 11:56 p.m.,
Alachua Police Department
officers made contact \\ith 24-
Sear-old Benjamin A. ShalTer of


Gainesville pursuant to a traffic
stop for an expired tag at US 441
an 1-75. A computer check
revealed that Shaffer's license was
suspended, with four suspensions
on his license. Shaffer was
arrested for driving while license
suspended/revoked.
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 Sept. 11 at 12:58 a.m., Cit) of
High Springs police officers;


conducted a routine traffic stop at
430 NW 9th Street of a vehicle
driven by 22-year-old Fort White
resident Franklin Tyndal for
careless driving. Police observed
Tyndel had watery bloodshot eyes,
smelled of alcohol, and was
unsteady on his feet. Police
arrested Tyndal for DUI and cited
him for careless driving.
On Sept. 7 at 10:02 p.m., City of
High Springs police officers
performed a traffic stop at the
1000 block of North Main Street
of a vehicle driven by 32-year-old
Lake Butler resident Donnie
Crawford for speeding. Police
discovered Crawford as dri\ ing
with a suspended drivers license.
Crawford refused to do field
sobriety exerciser and take a
breath test. Craslford \as, charged
i ith DUI and other charges before


being transported to the Alachua
County Jail.
*High Springs resident Johnnie
Albritton reported to City of High
Springs police officers that
someone used his credit card
between Aug. 1 and Aug. 27 to
order $632 of merchandise over
the internet. The investigation
revealed the suspect in the case
lives in Kingston, Jamaica.
*On Sept. 15 at 7:47 p.m., City of
High Springs police officers
conducted a routine traffic stop at
830 NW 1st A 'enue of a vehicle
driven by 49-\ ear-old Fort White
resident James Trice. Police
arrested Trice *for DUI and
Transported him to the Alachua
County Jail


*On Sept. 17 at 4:16 p.m., Alachua
resident Kyle Farmer reported to
City of High Springs police
officers that the rear window of his
1992 Lincoln was struck with an
object earlier in the afternoon at
the 900 block ofNW 1st Avenue
in High Springs. The rear window
sustained a two inch hole to the
upper right corer with estimated
damage of $300.
*On Sept. 13 at 7-51 a.m. City of
High Springs police officers
responded to the 200 block ofNW
2nd .A\enue to issue a trespass
warningg to 53-N ear-old Michael
Osteen. When contact \\as made
\% ith Osteen he attempted to strike
the officer's face. Police
imnnediately arrested Osteen and
transported him to the Alachua
County Jail.
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Crime Stoppers Most


A message from the desk of



Sheriff Sadie Darnell
How does alcohol affect a person's ability to drive?


The more a person drinks,
the more their ability to make
crucial driving decisions
becomes impaired. After just
one drink, a driver can begin
to lose the ability to perform
the tasks necessary to drive a
car: braking, steering,
changing lanes, and using
judgment to adjust to


changing ioad conditions. At a
certain point, a driver will
become legally intoxicated
and can be arrested for
attempting to operate a motor
vehicle.
No matter how many times
you've heard it, there are
people who just don't get it. In
fact, every 30 minutes,
someone in this country dies
in an alcohol-related crash.


Every 30 minutes! And last
year alone over one million
people were injured in
alcohol-related traffic crashes.
What can you do about
drunk driving?
*Follow these suggestions
from Mothers Against Drunk
Driving (MADD). Your best
defense against a drunk driver
is to wear your safety belt,
make sure any children in the


car are in child safety seats.
*Never ride in a car
operated by someone who has
been drinking call a cab or
ask a friend to drive you
home.
*Report drunk drivers to
law enforcement from a car
phone or pay phone.
*Always keep a safe
distance from anyone who is
driving erratically.


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Davis
Black Male,
04/24/65
6'00", 200 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
Wanted For:
Traffic in
Cocaine, Sale of
Cocaine,
Possession of
Weapon by
Convicted Felon


Jasmine C.
Webb
Black Female,
5'6", 7/16/88
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Pass Forged
Altered
Instrument X3


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Pauline
Anderson
Black Female,
08/24/57
5'02", 105 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Cocaine
Possession with
Intent to Sell,
Possession of
Controlled
Substance


Preston I.
Johnson
Black Male,
02/08/61
5'08", 150 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Resisting Officer
With Violence,
Obstruct Police-
Deprive of Means of
Protection or
Communication


Dantrell M.
Starke
Black Female,
5'7", 3/26/76
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Fraud-False
Statement to
Obtain
Unemployment
Compensation


Pamela W. Stephen
Contreras Lamar Jones
White Female, Black Male,
08/11/62 9/24/83
5'03", 200 Ibs 5'10", 142 Ibs
Brown Hair, Black Hair,
Brown Eyes Brown Eyes


Currently
wanted .for:
Sale of Cocaine,
Possession of
Cocaine


Currently
wanted for:
Sex Offender
Violation


Devron Dwain
Tyson
Black Male,
1/25/88
6'01", 175 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Hit and Run,
DWLSR (two
counts),
Improper Use of
Tag, Resisting
Retail Merchant,
Petit Theft


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

Currently
wanted for:
Negligent
Manslaughter


Richard
Mack
Black Male,
01/22/61
6'01", 170 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Possession of
Cocaine,
Possession of
Paraphernalia


Sadane
Grant
Black Male,
6'01",
10/1/83,
Black Hair
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Fraud


Dennis C. Jesse J.
Coleman Williams
Black Male, Black Male,
5'8", 5/19/61 5'10",
Black Hair, 9/14/80
Brown Eyes Black Hair,
Brown Eyes


Currently
wanted for:
Battery


Currently
wanted for:
Battery


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Joel
Hyland
White Male,
6'04",
05/12/89
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes


Currently
wanted for:
Burglary,
Larceny


David
Borah
White Male,
6'1",
05/16/87
Blonde Hair,
Hazel Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Possess cocaine,
Sell cocaine


David
Linn
Oriental Male,
5'7", 9/8/84
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Sale of drugs


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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.
DO NOT APPROACH OR ATTEMPT TO
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ALLSTATE: Ag(
Continued from page Al
working for her father in 1992
before branching out on her
own in 1998. Hugh started his
career at the agency in 2001
after a 13 year career with UPS.
As a new century was
approaching Fitz knew of the
many changes in technology
that were occurring in the
insurance industry and
encouraged Hugh to obtain his
insurance license. This would
also ensure that the agency
would remain in the Cain
family.
Hugh Cain said working at
UPS was rewarding because of
the many people he came in
contact with as a driver, but the
long hours kept him away from
his wife, Traci, and young
children, Taylor, Payton and
Kayla. And that was a key
reason Hugh saw the insurance
business as an opportunity to
spend more time with his
growing family.
The prospect of being
involved in the community and
owning a business spurred his
enthusiasm in joining his father
and sister. And over the years
he's been involved with area
youth coaching baseball. One
of the highlights of his coaching
career was traveling with his


KARELAS: Foi
Continued from page Al
for


arrests.
On Aug. 4, Marion County
Sheriff's Office deputies
arrested Karelas for attempted
sexual battery. More charges
started to mount against
Karelas after the minor told
Alachua County Sheriff's
Office investigators she was
-involved in lascivious acts with
him between August 2005 and
this year. According to
authorities the victim is the
daughter of a friend of Karelas'.
A $100,000 bond has been
set for Karelas' release on the
Flagler County charges. Bail
was posted at $50,000 and
$100,000 from both Marion and
Alachua counties, respectively.


ency one of a few

team to Cooperstown, New
York, home of the Baseball Hall
of Fame.
According to Hugh, since
the hurricanes of 2004 and
2005, Allstate agencies in
Florida have written fewer
property insurance policies, but
continue to sell high amounts of
auto and life insurance. Cain
said the challenges his family's
agency encountered as a result
of the hurricanes are over.
"It's all behind us and we're
heading in the right direction,"
said Cain.
During his years at UPS
Hugh learned about the
importance of providing good
customer service. Cain has
taken those lessons and applied
them to his work as an
insurance agent. He said it's
important for him to have a
trustworthy relationship with
his clients.
Hugh acknowledged the
growth Alachua has
encountered over the last few
years has helped his family's
business to prosper and grow.
"My business would not have
prospered without the growth,"
said Cain.
Cathy Cain said most
interactions insurance


Karelas is a member of the,
Newberry Economic
Development Committee, and
once served as chairman of the
committee. He also served
terms on the Newberry City
Commission during the 1980s
and 1990s. According to
d& James Paul Park
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Fitz Cain feels it's an
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children working by his side.
He has enjoyed working with
both Cathy and Hugh over the
years and having them part of
the business. The elder Cain,
who has been in the insurance
business for nearly 50 years,
said he still enjoys dealing with
the needs and services of his
clients.
"I feel with my experience I
can recommend good coverage
needs," said Fitz.
Fitz, who still works
everyday at the office, said he
plans to retire from daily
operations within the next two
years. Cain said he's gradually
easing the business into the
harids of his children, and added


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prosperous years with the
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Raiders left with win


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win column

* Santa Fe wins first home
game since 2004
By MIKE DAROZA
Today Sports Writer
For most of the past five decades, Santa Fe's
football teams have notched plenty of victories
atop Raider Field.
None of which, however, came during the
past two seasons.
In fact, Santa Fe's come-from-behind, 20-19
win over Taylor County last Friday night
effectively ended a 10-game, home losing
streak that stretched back to their 38-10 win
over Fort White in Alachua in the season finale
of 2004.
RAIDER FIELD on page B5


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Photos by MIKE DAROZA/Alachua County Today
Above left: Santa Fe senior Chris Dixon celebrates on the sideline as the Raiders score the go-ahead touchdown last
Friday against the Bulldogs. Above: Raider Darrian Taylor tries to break a tackle against Taylor County.


* Santa Fe beats Taylor
County for first win in
nearly a year
By ADAM BOUKARI
Today Sports Writer
ALACHUA It had been just 15
days shy of a year since the Santa Fe
High School football program had
won its last game. So, when Taylor
County's Ty Croley missed a 42-yard


Well-rounded win for


* Panthers, ranked
fourth in Class 2B,
improve to 3-0
By CLIFF OLSEN
Today Sports Writer
FORT WHITE It was one of
those nights where not much
went wrong for the Newberry
High School football team.
The Panthers rushed for 373
yards and received points from
their defense and special teams
to pound Fort White, 45-7 in
what was their most complete


performance this season.
Newberry's all-state running
back Antwan Ivey.ran for 205 of
his 213 yards
(on 18
attempts) in .
the first half
and scored a
touchdown as
the Panthers
scored 21
second- Keeler
quarter points and led 28-0 at
halftime. Xavier Woods finished
with 111 rushing yards on six
carries and two touchdowns for


field goal wide left in the waning
seconds of the.fourth quarter Friday
night that secured the Raiders a 20-19
victory, the celebration that ensued
was long overdue.
Santa Fe (1-2) has already matched
its win total last season with the win
over the Bulldogs. The Raiders' lone
win last fall came on the road to West
Port, 25-21. This time, the Raiders
took the slim victory on Raider Field


Newberr

the Panthers (3-0), who have
won four of the last five
meetings with the Indians (0-3).
"We did a fantastic job in all
three areas, offense, defense and
special teams and they all
contributed to the success of the
game tonight," said Newberry
coach Tommy Keeler. "We
made big strides tonight."
In what proved to be an
enjoyable evening for the
Panthers did not start out that
way as a fumbled snap ended
their game-opening drive on the
PANTHERS on page B3


in the team's home opener.
"It was the first home game and it
was huge to win at home," said Santa
Fe senior quarterback Will Scaff.
"One of our goals entering the season
was to win all of our home games.
"Going into district play it gives us
a lot of momentum and that's a big
deal."
Scaff, along with fellow senior
RAIDERS on page B5


RICK BABSTON/Alachua County Today
Panther all-state running back Antwan Ivey looks for room
to run during the Panthers' 45-7 win over Fort White Friday.


You ought to


see what he

can do with

two legs
Mikey's definitely not an "I
told you so" kind of guy, but he
does happen to be a guy who
gives credit where credit's due.
Last week I pointed out that
Santa Fe






might have rs
Raiders
head coach
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Up to that point, a broken leg
Brooks in the press
absence
from the red
sideline
might have
something F
to do with MIKE DAROZA
t h e Today ports Columnist
Raiders'
inability to maintain tempo,
rhythm and scoring ability.
Up to that point, a broken leg
had kept Brooks in the press
box.
Aend, I pondered whether
some of Santa Fe's woes were
due to a lack of leadership and
mental toughness.
The Raiders answered the
challenge j on all counts iith a
dramatic win over Taylor
County.
Plenty of Santa Fe players
stayed positiveand supportive,
even when things weren't going
so well.
Several players (Wilgl Scaf,
Jamal White, Vermis Jenkins,
Chris Dixon and Brad Witt. to
name just a few) did their part
by hoisting this team on their-
backs and led them to a muchn
awaited victory.
And, Brooks made his deb(i.t
on the sideline last waseek, albeily
on a pair of crutches.
Mickey never got official word
onu whether Brooks and his big
red cast) are on the sideline to
stay, but Mikey is taking bets as
I type.o
Oscar Meyer Winner?
Isn't it funny just how fast
things can turn south on a
person?
Less than two years ago (i.e.:
when Notre Dame was actually
scoring touchdowns) the
national college football media
was collectively wondering
aloud whether Urban Meyer
had made a horrific mistake by
DAROZA on page B2


Santa Fe dumps Panthers


* Raiders sweep
Ridgeview in
dominating fashion
By ADAM BOUKARI
Today Sports Writer
ALACHUA After
struggling to find consistency
through their first ten matches
of the season this year, the
Santa Fe High School
volleyball team has come on
strong since beginning district
competition. The latest victory
came on Tuesday night in
Raider Gym where Santa Fe (7-
5, 2-0) swept district-foe
Orange Park Ridgeyiew 25-14,
25-23, 25-13.
The' Raiders, who are ranked
~C) 4


tenth in the latest Class 4A state
poll, showed a fire from the
start, jumping out to a quick 7-
2 lead in the opening game off
a senior Leah Leventhal kill.
The Raiders took a double digit
advantage, 16-6 off a Panther
miss hit before a service error
by the visitors later sealed the
nine-point win in the first
game.
"It was a great win,
especially due to the fact that
last year this was the team that
beat us in regular season," said
a pleased Raider head coach
Michele Faulk. "They're
always going to be scrappy, but
we persevered and won in three
SANTA FE on page B4
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Santa Fe senior outside hitter Leah Leventhal looks to pick up one
of her eight kills against Ridgeview on Tuesday night
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and rui

* Santa Fe opens
season at the Katie
Caples Invitational
By CLIFF OLSEN
Today.Sports Writer
The Santa Fe High
School boys and
girls cross country
teams kicked off
the 2007 season
with its annual trip to the highly
competitive Katie Caples
Invitational held at Jacksonville
Bishop Kenny. The Raiders
competed in the 5K race.
On the boys side, the Raiders
placed 23rd out of 30 teams,
while the girls finished 25th out


inning
of 27 teams at the event that
took place on Saturday,
September 15th.
"I was happy with the way
we ran," said Raiders head
coach Tommie Turner. "I was
impressed with their times and
they were too, they have an idea
of where they can go to now."
Drew Burgett finished 57th
out of 215 runners in a time of
18:46 and was the first Raider
to cross the finish line. Fellow
junior Jay Jett turned in a time
of 20:50 to place 132nd, witli
John Stickles, another junior,
placing 146th with a time of
21:20. Freshman Adam
Soistman was 180th with a time
NEWBERRY on page B3


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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
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choosing Florida over Notre
Dame.
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on his way to the Outback
Bowl, Weis had Heismap-
candidate Brady Quinn and a
Fiesta Bowl appearance.
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Obviously, some of that
started to dry up last season
when Florida captured the
national title, but the Irish still
found enough success to get to
the Sugar Bowl (where they
were promptly dispatched by
LSU).
Fast forward to today. How
does Meyer's decision appear
now?
While Meyer's Gators were
trouncing Tennessee this past
weekend, Notre Dame rushed
for minus-6 yards, averaging
roughly 1.4 yards per play,
fumbled six times (losing two of
them) and threw two
interceptions.
All of this against a mighty


Michigan. team that was
embarrassed by Appy State two
weeks ago.
On top of that, the Irish
haven't scored a single
offensive touchdown all season,
and have now lost their last five
games (dating back to last
season) by 20, 27, 30, 21 and 38
points.
Mikey thinks it's safe to say
(or bet the farm) that Meyer
made the right decision.

Notre Dame bashing Part II:
The Kharma of the Irish
Real quick, I just had to
mention how ironic it turned out
to be that Notre Dame's highly-
touted quarterback recruit,
Jimmy Clausen, showed up to
his first official press
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commitment to the Irish in a
stretch Hummer limo, decked
out in a pin-striped suit and
bleach-blonde spiked hairdo.
last year.
It's ironic because the
opposition has apparently
repossessed the Hummer and
left Clausen behind the wheel of
a Stink Wagon, formally known
as the Notre Dame offense.
Buckle up, Jimmy.

In honor of Notre Dame's
stellar season thus far, this
week's top-5, Fighting Irish
one-hit wonders: (and I
promise that's it on Notre
Dame...for this week, anyway)
1. Just throwing this out
there, but would Notre Dame
be favored over Duke right
now?
2. Hey Irish fans, where's Ty
Willingham when you need
someone to blame?
3. If only Charlie Weis could
find a way to convert pounds
into points.
4. Touchdown Jesus? How
about First Down Jesus?
5. "Win one for the Gipper"
has been replaced by "throw
one in the chipper(shredder)."

Mikey's picks (in honor of
the entire state of Florida and
the recent play of its college
football teams)
Last week: 10-2 (including


two top-16 upsets in Louisville
and Arkansas. See, I told you
.Gordy!)
Season: 10-2

South Florida over North
Carolina; Florida over
Mississippi; Texas A&M over
Miami; UCF over Memphis;
Florida Atlantic over North
Texas; Kansas over Florida
International; LSU over South
Carolina; Penn State over
Michigan; Arkansas over
Kentucky; Georgia over
Alabama; Dunnellon over Santa
Fe; Newberry over Union
County

Upset alert (teams that will be
in games that are closer than
the "experts" think)
Penn State; Clemson;
California; Wisconsin

Of Mikey's upset alert teams
last week (Newberry; Texas;
Oklahoma State; UCLA;
Oregon; Florida State), both
Oklahoma State and UCLA got
whipped by Troy and Utah,
respectively. And, Texas
narrowly escaped UCE Mikey,
however, totally whiffed on
Newberry coming anywhere
close to losing to Fort White.

Mike DaRoza can be reached
at mdaroza@alachuatoday.com


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NEWBERRY:
Continued from page B1

of 23:01, while senior Ryan
Tenbroeck, running in his first-
ever cross country meet,
placed 186th with a time of
23:34 to round out Santa Fe's
top five.
"We have participated at this
meet every season because it is
gauge for us," said Tuner, who
is starting his 21st year as
Santa Fe's head cross county
and track and field coach. "At
this meet we competed very
well. Those guys put in some
work this summer, I was
impressed with their times."
Sophomore Thomas
Edgemon was sixth for Santa
Fe with a time of 24:11, while
senior Thomas. Jones was
seventh with a time of 24:39.
Only the top five runners for
each team score points.
While Turner expected to
enter this season with six of his
top seven runners from last
year's club that advanced
Region-2, Class 2A meet, that
has recently changed.
According to Turner, senior
Scott Baham is not on the team
this season. Baham posted a
time of 20:54.71 at last
season's regional meet
"It's a surprise that he left,"
said the coach. "He was one of
my top four runners, but I think
we can replace him."
While sophomore Sam Dean
is still enrolled at Santa Fe,
Turner said Dean has decided
not to run cross country this
season.
"I was looking forward to
seeing him (Dean) improve
because he was a ninth grader,"
Turner said. "But when one
leaves another comes along."
The runner that Turner sees
filling that role is Soistman.
"Soistman he is running
right with Drew (Burgett) in
workouts, he has come in and
he is right with those guys,"
Turner said. "He has been the
fourth guy, no one has moved
him from the fourth spot."
Also absent for the Raiders


at Saturday's meet was Rufus
White, who Turner said just
missed the meet.
"We're young but I think we
potentially we have some guys
who could come in and help us
as a team," Turner said. "I
think we have a pretty good
solid seven."
Guillermo Echarte of Miami
Belen Jesuit Prep won the boys
race in a time of 16:17 and led
Belen Jesuit Prep to the team
title as well.
On the girls side, senior
Corinne Larsen placed 121st
out of 183 runners with a time
of 26:10 and was the first
Raider to cross the finish line.
Sophomore Rebecca
Tenbroeck, Ryan's sister, was
next with a time of 27:45 to
finish 141st. Senior Aimee
Graber was 151st and posted a
time of 28:08, while seniors
Lizz Condo and Alyssa Rivas
rounded Santa Fe's top five
with a time of 28:23 and 34:27
respectively.
"I was happy but we need
one more runner," Turner said.
"Depth is a problem. I'm
trying to get one or two more
runners because we only have
five."
Turner also lost a runner
from his girls squad as Mari
Swilley, who participated in
cheerleading and also ran cross
country last fall is not running
cross country this season.
Turner did say that Swilley
plans on participating on the
track and field team in the
spring.
"They are all within minutes
of each other," said the coach.
"They are all training pretty
hard."
Katrian Skinner of Tampa
Wharton won the 5K race in a
time of 19:19. Miami Lourdes
took home the team title.
Although, Chris Trebilcock,
arguably the best runner to
come out of Santa Fe High
School, graduated last spring,
his presence is still being felt
on the Raiders cross country
team.
"I think Chris has really


affected the boys and the girls
teams," Turner said. "I knew
he had on affect on the
program by the person he was
and how successful he was and
the price he paid. They talk
about him all the time."
Trebilcock owns the school
record (16:22.98) in the 5K run
and placed sixth at last year's
Class 2A state championship
meet. Trebilcock, who signed
with the University of Florida,
was Santa Fe's first male cross-
country runner to compete at a
state meet in the last 20 years
and also led the Raiders to their
second-straight and third
overall regional-meet
appearance. Turner said
Trebilcock will be red shirting
his freshman cross country
season but expects to be on the
track-and field roster for UF in
the spring.
The Raiders are back in
action this weekend as both the
boys and girls teams will run in
the 7th Annual Buchholz
Bobcat Classic held at Santa Fe
Community College. The event
is scheduled to take place on
'Saturday, September 22nd.
Turner said the boys race is
slated to start at 7:45 a.m. with
the girls race to follow at 8:15
a.m.
"I'm looking forward to this
meet this weekend," Turner
said. "I'm excited, I like
working with these kids."
Cliff Olsen can be reached at
sports@alachuatoday.com or by
calling (386) 462-3355




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Continued from page B1

Fort White 25-yard line. But
Newberry responded and forced
the Indians to punt after three
plays on their ensuing
possession.
The visitors started their
offensive barrage as Woods ran
15 yards untouched to the end
zone to cap the 10-play, 64-yard
drive which gave the Panthers a
7-0 lead with 1:50 left in the first
quarter. Newberry struck again
midway through the second
period as Ivey's 42-yard
scamper set up quarterback Guy
Brown's 27-yard touchdown run
for the 14-0 advantage.
The Panthers then ended the
quarter and the half with a bang,
scoring twice within a 41-
second span. Ivey turned in a
brilliant 78-yard touchdown run
which started after he picked up
his own fumble. Three plays
later Ryan Brown picked off
Fort White quarterback Alex
Gilmer and raced 70 yards down
the near sideline for the score to
give Newberry a commanding
four-touchdown edge with
seven seconds left before
intermission.
Phillip Warner kept Newberry
rolling as he drilled a 38-yard
field goal to push the Panthers
lead to 31-0 at the 4:36 mark of
the third period. The Newberry
defense got in on the scoring act
for a second time as Matt
Robinson intercepted a Gilmer
pass and brought it back 40
yards for a touchdown with 2:48
left in the third quarter. Woods'
86-yard touchdown-run off an
option pitch from Ivey with 9:35
remaining was the final play of
the Newberry highlight reel.
Fort White's Joseph Harris
spoiled the Panthers' shutout
with a 12-yard touchdown run
with 2:00 remaining.
"All in all it was a pretty good
game for us," said Keeler,
whose club ran just seven
offensive plays from scrimmage
in the second half. "I think we
played a lot better than we've
played the last two weeks but I


RICK BABSTON/Alachua County Today
Newberry's Demetrius Debose tries to pull down Indiai ball carrier
Alexis Blake in the Panthers' blowout win over Fort White last Friday.


think we still have quite a ways
to go."
Gilmer finished the night 7-
for-17 passing for 52 yards with
the two interceptions in the loss
for Fort White. Termaine Smith
ran for 82 of his team's 163
yards on 20 carries, while
Jordan Dewhirst caught three
passes for 27 yards for the
Indians.
"We knew we had a physical
challenge going against this
team, we knew Newberry.
was awfully good and they're
awfully fast," said first-year Fort
White head coach Demetric
Jackson, a former Gator football
player, who raced to the game
following the birth of his third
child, Jayden Jackson earlier in
the day. "We have to play with a
lot more effort than we did
tonight."
The Panthers ran for 277 of
their 373 yards in the first half,
while the second half featured a
running clock for the entire
fourth quarter. In addition to his
field goal, Warner nailed six
extra points, delivered a 40-yard
punt and sent three-second half
kick offs into the end zone for
touchbacks. Defensively, Benny
and Boris Hadley combined for
22 tackles for the Panthers.
The only aspect missing from
the Newberry attack was the
presence of its passing game.
Guy Brown has continued to
play through the discomfort of
the high ankle sprain he suffered
during the first game of the
season.
"It (the offense) is clicking
without the passing game right
now, which we have to get
back," said Keeler, who guided
the Panthers to a 6-5 mark and a


spot in the regional playoffs last
season. "With our injury
situation we haven't been able to
be balanced. We've had to
pound it and pound it and pound
it which is nice to know you can
do, but we have to get our
balance back."
Another bright spot on what
was a positive evening for the
Panthers was the appearance of
wide receiver Nytrell Greenlee.
The senior wide receiver, who
according to Keeler, broke two
bones in his ankle during week
two's game at Dixie County.
Greenlee, sitting in a wheel
chair with his leg in a cast most
likely enjoyed what he saw from
his vantage point behind one of
the end zones. The coach said
that Greenlee is expected to miss
the rest of the season.
Newberry returns to Panther
Stadium after two weeks on the
road and will play host to Union
County in the Class 2B, District-
4 opener for both teams at 7:30 -
p.m. on Friday. The Tigers were
1-9 a year ago, and are currently
1-2 under new head coach
Andrew Zow, who
quarterbacked Union County to
three consecutive state titles ii
the mid-1990s. Zow went ontl
play at the University ;f
Alabama.
"They (the players) know this
a big district game," said Keeler.
whose club tamed the Tigers 38-
6 last fall. "We've reminded
them these guys at Unioti
Count- hae had their thumb rn
'us for awhile and it is time for irs
to comeback and beat them
again."
Cliff Olsen can be reached at
sports@alachuatoday.com or ''
calling (386) 462-3355


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B4 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY SPORTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007


SANTA FE:
Continued from page B1

and it was a sound victory."
In the second game of the
night, the Raiders had to battle
through their share of adversity
as there were seven ties and
three lead changes. The
Panthers scored their first four
points of the game off Santa Fe
errors to take a 4-1 upper hand.
The Raiders fought back to even
the score 8-8 on a Sydney
Wilkerson kill. Chelsea Pearl
followed with a kill of her own
to give Santa Fe its first lead of
the second game.
The Raiders took an 18-12


advantage later off another
Ridgeview miss hit. The
Panthers battled back and took a
21-20 lead before Santa Fe,
trailing 23-22, won the final
three points capped by a
sophomore Cynthia Smith ace
to win the second session.
The final game of the night
was all red and grey with the
Raiders dominating from the
start with an early 8-1 lead off a
Smith tip. An Ashley
Rosenboom kill put the home
team way ahead, 18-8. Pearl
shined in the final game with
four kills, two off of hard-
hitting quick sets from senior
Kelsi New. A Ridgeview


service error ended the match.
"We came out and kind of put
an exclamation point on the end
of it," said Faulk. "We kept our
level up and kept driving and
pushing and didn't get
complacent at all."
Rosenboom recorded a team-
high 10 kills with an impressive
four aces to go along with five


digs. New, meanwhile, dished
out 15 assists and collected
three aces herself Leventhal
had eight kills and a pair of aces
while Pearl had seven kills. On
the defensive front, Santa Fe's
Stephanie Moser led in digs
with 12 while Smith recorded
nine.
Prior to its match against


Ridgeview, Santa Fe defeated
Bradford last Thursday to open
the district schedule. The
Raiders, who have won three-
straight district championships,
are aiming for an undefeated
district season., Faulk says
Tuesday night was a big step in
gaining control of the district.
"It's very important in trying
to get that number one seed,"
flatly stated Faulk. "This is a
point in our schedule that we


need to really jump up and try to
get as many wins as we can
under our belt."
Santa Fe is next in action
tonight on the road to Live Oak
Suwannee. The Class 4A,
District-3 contest is set to begin
at 6:30 p.m.
Adam Boukari can be
reached at
sports@alachuatoday.com or
by calling (386) 462-3355


NOTICE OF BUDGET

HEARING

The City of Alachua has tentatively adopted a
budget for Fiscal Year 2008. A public hearing to
make a FINAL DECISION on the budget AND
TAXES will be held on

Monday, September 24, 2007, at 7:00 p.m.

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BUDGET SUMMARY



CITY OF ALACHUA FISCAL YEAR 2007/08


THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY OF ALACHUA ARE 25.5% LESS THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL
OPERATING EXPENDITURES


GEN. FUND
VILLAGE
PER $1,000


ESTIMATED REVENUES:
TAXES AD VALOREM (4.7064 MILLS)
DEL. REAL & PERSONAL PROP
FUEL
FRANCHISE FEES
UTILITY SERVICE
COMMUNICATION SERVICES
LICENSES AND PERMITS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE
CHARGES FOR SERVICES
FINES AND FORFEITURES
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE


OTHER
GENERAL SPEC.REV.
FUND FUNDS


3,048,535
11,520
213,710
244,000
600,000
338,649
40,000
701,501
804,755
130,000
159,810


0
S0
0
0
0
0
239,291
514,604
4,400
0
17,400


DEBT
SERVICE
FUNDS


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,200


CAPITAL
PROJECTS
FUNDS


ENTERPRISE
FUNDS


0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
240,100 0
0 15,711,339
0 0
0 428660


TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE:


$6,292,480 $775,695


$1,200 $240,100 $16,139,999


$100


$52,500 23,502,074


NON-OPERATING REVENUE:
OPERATING TRANSFERS IN
TRANSFERS FROM CONST. OFFICERS
DEBT PROCEEDS
LESS: RESERVE FOR UNDERCOLLECTION

TOTAL NON-OPERATING REVENUE:
USE OF FUND BALANCE
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES:


EXPENDITURES / EXPENSES:
GEN GOV/DEBT SERVICE
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
PUBLIC SAFETY
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT
TRANSPORTATION
ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
HUMAN SERVICES
CULTURE/RECREATION
COURT RELATED

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES

NON-OPERATING EXPENDITURES:
RESERVES
OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT
TRANSFERS TO CONST. OFFICERS
OTHER NON-OPERATING

TOTAL NON-OPERATING EXPENDITURES

TOTAL EXPENDITURES


0
3,304,763
2,731,234
494,547
581,354
0
0
624,008
0


0
7,032
242,505
0
0
1,027,949
0
8,202
0


649,140
0
0
0


0
0
0
13,215,296
0
0
0


412,430
0


0
1,084,541
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


$7,735,906 $1,285,688 $649,140 $412,430 $13,215,296 $1,084,541


10,000
651,518
0
0

$661,518


30,016
0
0
0

$30,016


556,102
3,179,832
0


$0 $3,735,934


$8,397,424 $1 31-500 SAO $ $4 N,4 3 $1 $ 1210


38,143
0
0


$38,143

$iA22&68A


0
0
0
2,000
0
0
0
0
0


649,140
4,396,336
2,973,739
13,711,843
581,354
1,027,949
0
1,044,640
0


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


i 1d


INTERNAL
SERVICE
FUNDS


TRUST &
AGENCY
FUNDS


GRAND
TOTAL
BUDGET



3,048,535
11,520
213,710
244,000
600,000
338,649
279,391
1,456,205
16,520,494
130,000
659,570


0
0
0
0
0
52,500


647,940
0


2,021,117
0
0
0

$2,021,117
$839.482
$8L397.424


0
(12.185)


72,500
0


($12,185)
$552.194
$1.315.704


0
0
0
(484.200)


($484,200)
$1.295.431
$16,951.230


$647,940


649.140


1,089,793
0
0
(3)

$1,089,790
$32.6794
$1.122.684


$72,500

$412.430


3,831,350
0
0
(496.388)

$3,334,962
$2.013.576
$28,850,iL2


$0
($50.500
$2,0~Q


$2,000 $24,385,001


634,261
3,831,350
0
0


$0 $4,465,611


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ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY SPORTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 B5


RAIDERS:
Continued from page B1

running back Deonte Merricks
played a big role in the Santa Fe
ground attack combining for
128 of the Raiders' 139 rushing
yards against Taylor County.
The play that keyed the win
for the home team was a 45-
yard screen pass from Scaff to
Jamal White that gave Santa Fe
the go-ahead touchdown with
1:31 left in the ball game. Prior
to the winning touchdown, the
Raiders were facing a third-
and-24 situation, trailing 19-14.
The drive began at the Santa Fe
20 yard line, consumed 2:19 off
the clock and took seven plays.
White recorded 79 yards on two
catches against Taylor County.
"They were pressuring us all
night in certain formations and
the screen play is something we
worked on all week," said Santa
Fe first-year head coach Bart
Brooks, who also added the
play reminded him of an 80-
yard game-winning screen for
his team when he played in high
school. "It wasn't perfectly run
but it worked."
The game-winning play
almost didn't happen as the
Raiders found themselves
backed up to their own goal line
thanks to a high snap that gave
the home team a 19-yard loss
and a second-and-29 from the
Raider one yard line. But, two
Taylor County penalties
totaling 20 yards aided in
sustaining the drive. Another
big play on the drive was a 44-
yard pass from Scaff to junior
Keenan Jenkins across the
middle of the field that moved
the Raiders into Bulldog
territory.
Despite the late score by
Santa Fe, the visitors tried to
mount a come-from-behind
win, starting at the Santa Fe 43
yard line thanks to a 32-yard
run back on the kickoff return.
The Bulldogs reached the Santa
Fe 30 yard line and threatened
to get even closer for Croley to
kick a field goal. However, on
first-and-teri, Santa Fe's Brad
Witt along with the help of
Chris Dixon and Josh Banks
sacked the Bulldogs' Jarvis
McGrew to back the visitors up
to the 40 yard line. The
Bulldogs managed to reach to
the Santa Fe 25 yard line on two
short gains and lined up for the
potentially game-winning field
goal on fourth down.
While the distance of 42
yards may seem like a lot for
some high school kickers,
Croley had already proven he
has the leg power, missing a 61-
yard field goal earlier in the
evening by less than 10 yards.
He also came up shortion a 58-
yard attempt.
"The kids haven't been in this
situation a lot and it's
frustrating," said Santa Fe first-
year head coach Bart Brooks.
"We made some mistakes
coaching wise and playing
wise. When it came down to
the end we executed when we
needed to.
"I'll take a high school kicker
kicking a 42-yard field goal any
day. That's a tough kick for
anybody, pro, college,
whatever."
In Santa Fe's first two outings
of the fall against Newberry and
Middleburg, Brooks was
stationed in the press box due to
a broken leg he suffered just a
week before the first game of
the year. However, last Friday
night, Brooks made a change.
With the assistance of crutches,
he positioned himself on the
sideline for the first time.
Brooks says after seeing
Marvin Lewis, who had recent
ankle surgery, stand on the
sideline on Monday Night
Football earlier last week, he
could make it work, too.


"If. [Marvin Lewis] could do
it, I can, but he has better
crutches," laughed Brooks.
"The administration said they
didn't want me to. At first it
was just going to be the first
half of the game, but once I got
the adrenaline flowing, a couple
of times I was walking on the
cast without the crutches. I felt
like they needed me on the
sideline."
Santa Fe trailed against the
4 K


ESTIMATED REVENUES:


TAXES
AD VALOREM TAXES
DELINQUENT TAXES
UTILITY TAXES
FIRE ASSESSMENTS
INTERGOVERMENTAL REVENUE
CHARGES FOR SERVICES
FINES AND FORFEITURES
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES


MILLAGE PER $1000
5.4258


Panthers still eyeing victory


MIKE DAROZA/Alachua County Today
Santa Fe senior quarterback Will Scaff tries to break free from

a tackle last Friday night in the Raiders one-point win.


Bulldogs with an early 2-0
deficit thanks to a high snap that
forced the Raiders to-take a
safety. A three-yard touchdown
run by Reggie King along with
a successful extra point put the
visitors ahead 9-0 with 1:44 left
in the opening quarter.
Just two plays later, Santa Fe
senior Darrian Taylor proved
why his explosiveness is a
game changer. Taylor took a
slant pass down the right
sideline for an, 80-yard
touchdown thanks to two key
blocks from fellow wide
receivers Ty Jones and Frank
Snead. A Collin Mixon extra
point pulled the Raiders to
within two points, 9-7 in the
final seconds of the first
session.
Taylor led the Raiders in
receiving with 103 yards on
three catches. He also had
multiple stops on defense and a
fumble recovery for the
Raiders.
Santa Fe scored its second
score of the game off an 11-
play, 62-yard drive that lasted
4:41 and was capped by a two-
yard touchdown run up the
middle by Scaff. Fueling the
drive was a 16-yard scamper
down the left sideline by
Merricks. By halftime, the
Raiders clinched a 14-9 lead.
Taylor County's Croley
tacked on a 37-yard field goal
early in the third quarter to
make it a two-point affair once
again. The Bulldogs reclaimed
the lead off a Greg Sneed one-


yard touchdown run on fourth-
and-one at the Santa Fe goal
line in the early seconds of the
final quarter.
Santa Fe followed the
.Bulldog score by advancing
inside the Taylor County 30
yard line, but failed to convert
on the opportunity. After the
Raider defense held the
Bulldogs on the ensuing drive,
Santa Fe's offense orchestrated
the game-winning drive.
The Raider offense was
especially effective through the
air, as Scaff completed 9-of-ll
passes for 246 yards and two
touchdowns. Meanwhile on the
ground, the Raiders rushed 35
times for 139 yards with the
longest carry coming from
Merricks on a 33-yard run.
For the first three games of
the season, the Raiders' grey
helmets were without the
familiar Raider logo and
Brooks said that once his team
earned it,' he would allow them
to have the logo. Following the
win, Brooks announced to his
team that they did in fact earn
the logo.
"They earned it because they
battled through adversity,"
simply stated Brooks.
Santa Fe travels to Dunnellon
this Friday night in the first
district contest of the season for
the Raiders. The game kicks off
at 7:30 p.m.
Adam Boukari can be reached
at sports@alachuatoday.com or
by calling (386) 462-3355


* Newberry is
winless in its first
seven matches of
the season
By CLIFF OLSEN
Today Sports Writer

to start the 2007 season,
the Newberry High
School volleyball team
is still looking for a win.
The Panthers were
overmatched in their 25-8, 25-3,
25-5 Class 3A, District-5 loss at
P.K. Yonge on Thursday,
September 13th before dropping
a 25-17, 25-13, 25-19 decision at
Bronson on Monday night.
Monday night's loss was
Newberry's 43rd straight defeat
dating back to the 2005 season
when thq Panthers won their sixth
match of the year before finishing
that campaign with a 1-18 mark.
"Right now it is not about wins
and losses, that's important but
I'm trying to get these girls to
walk and talk a good effort," said
Newberry first-year head coach
Michele Bisaccia. "That is the
only way I know to eat sleep
and breathe a winning mentality."

RAIDER FIELD:
Continued from page B1

"Over the past two weeks, the
coaches have been preaching
about playing hard for all four
quarters," said Raiders senior
quarterback Will Scaff.
"Tonight we finally did just
that."
No one would argue that it
certainly took Santa Fe all four
quarters to the Bulldogs, but as it
turned out, the entire outcome
came down to the final two
possessions of the game.
The Raiders (1-2) had led the
mid-section of the game, but
surrendered a go-ahead, 19-14
score to Taylor County with just
minutes remaining.
Starting at their own 20, with
3:52 left, Santa Fe immediately
went backwards, as a high snap
sailed over Scaff's head.
Scaff was able to corral the
ball and retain possession, but
not until it had come to rest at the
Raiders' one-yard line.
Suddenly, the ante was raised.
In order to become victorious,
Santa Fe would have to march 99
yards.
"This (drive) was a make or
break moment in our season,"
Scaffrecalled thinking to himself
as he entered the huddle in his
own end zone.
Five plays later, Scaff and the
Raiders had moved all the way to
the Bulldogs' 45 yard line, but
following a false start and a nine-
yard quarterback sack, things
looked bleak on third down and
24 to go.


But that has been a challenge
for Bisaccia, who has never
coached or played volleyball
before this year. The Panthers,
who have not been to the regional
playoffs since 1982, have also
lost 15 consecutive games over
their last five matches this fall.
"Individually, my girls and as a
team, we're frustrated," said
Bisaccia, who is also Newberry's
softball coach. "I'm trying to
keep them motivated and focused
and buying into the philosophy to
be the class to change it (the
losing mentality)."
Last Thursday, P.K. Yonge (7-
5, 5-0) made quick work of
Newberry behind 15 service
points, including eight aces from
Kendall Jones. The Blue Wave,
who has advanced to the regional
playoffs in each of the past nine
seasons, also received 11 service
points, including five aces, from
Tahlia Pollitt in the win.
For the Panthers, Lavarsha
Nattiel collected eight digs and
had four blocks in the loss.
"I actually learned a. lot from
watching P.K.Yonge," Bisaccia
said. "I was impressed by their
ability and their team
camaraderie."
Against, the Eagles, who the

"The coaches called H-Screen,
and I felt like it would work if we
executed," Scaff said.
"We had to. We were down to
one of our last chances."
Under a heavy blitz, Scaff took
the snap and backpedaled just
enough to allow the onrushing
defensive line to open up a
passing lane for the screen and
then launched a leather-laced
prayer.
And Santa Fe junior receiver
Jamal White answered it,
streaking 45 yards down the left
sideline for what appeared to be
the game-winning score with
1:31 left on the clock.
"I honestly hadn't been much
of a leader over the past two
weeks, so I knew (when the play
was called) I had an opportunity
to make up for that," White said
between post-game hugs.
"When I turned the corner, I
just ran as fast as I could."
Through the end zone, across
Sthe field and into a jubilant
sideline.
But, just as it had happened


Panthers lost to in four games in
this season's opening match,
Anna Thrasher had six digs and
Erin Czerenda had six blocks and
three service points to lead
Newberry.
"Last (Monday) night I felt like
we started off really good, but
things really didn't bounce our
way and that is going to happen
some nights," said Bisaccia, who
is also a former softball player at
the University ofArkansas and at
the University of Florida. "I
thought the effort could have
been better, but I wasn't
displeased."
The Panthers return to action
on Monday, September 24th as
they travel to Cross City to face
Dixie County in a district match
at 7 p.m. Newberry returns home
the following night to host district
foe Fort White at 6:30 p.m.
The result of Wednesday
night's district match versus
Williston was not available as of
press time and will be included in
next week's paper. ,
CliffOlsen can be reached at
sports@alachuatoday.com or by
calling (386) 462-3355.




over the past two years, victory
was still a mere seconds from the
jaws of defeat.
Taylor County kicker Ty
Croley had barely missed a 61-
yard field goal attempt that's
right, barely missed a 61-yarder
- to close the first half, and lined
up for what seemed like a 42-
yard chip-shot with 14 seconds
left.
When Croley's kick sailed
wide left, Santa Fe had held on,
Brooks had his first win and
Raider Field was back in the win
column after a two-year hiatus.
On top of that, the "SF" was
back literally.
The Raiders had played the
first two games of the season
without the new "SF" logo on the
sides of their helmets.
"Coach (Brooks) said we
weren't getting the SF back until
we played a complete game, win
or lose," Scaff said.
"We got a lot accomplished
tonight."
Mike DaRoza can be reached
at mdaroza@alachuatoday.com.
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NOTICE OF BUDGET


HEARING

The City of Hawthorne has tentatively adopted
a budget for Fiscal Year 2007-2008. A public
hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the
budget AND TAXES will be held on September
24th at 6:30 PM at City Hall, 6700 SE 221st
Street.


General
Fund


294,952
2,500
122,000
54,000
286,600
27,445
75,000
54.300


Enterprise
Fund


0
0.
0
0
0
718,900
0
2,100


Total All
Funds


294,952
2,500
122,000
54,000
286,600
746,345
75,000
56,400


TOTAL SOURCES 916,797 721,000 1,637,797
INTERFUND TRANSFERS 59,900 5,400 65,300
FUND BALANCES/RESERVES/NET ASSETS 0 0 0
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES 976,697 726,400 1,703,097

EXPENDITURES:

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 382,100 0 382,100
PUBLIC SAFETY 264,728 0 264,728
ROAD MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS 177,500 0 177,500
PARKS AND RECREATION 30,900 0 30,900
PUBLIC UTILITIES 0 453,028 453,028
DEBT SERVICE 0 97,625 97,625
OTHER FINANCING USES 106,000 0 106,000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 961,228 608,353 1,569,581
TRANSFERS OUT 5,400 59,900 65,300
FUND BALANCES/RESERVES/NET ASSETS 10,069 58,147 68,216
TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND RESERVES 976,697 726,400 1,703,097

THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE-MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY
AS PUBLIC RECORD.


BUDGET SUMMARY
CITY OF HAWTHORNE FISCAL YEAR 200712008

THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY OF HAWTHORNE ARE 3.2% MORE THAN LAST YEARS'S TOTAL
OPERATING EXPENDURES

General Fund 5.4258




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1986 LINCOLN TOWNCAR LOADED LOW MILES .3,900
1995 FORD F150 SC 4X4 AUTO V8 ........'4,900
1997 FORD TAURUS SE LOW MILES .......A5,900
1999 DODGE NEON 5 SPEED GAS SAVER ...'6,900
2002 KIA RIO 5 SPEED GAS SAVER ...... .6,900
1990 FORD F350 RC FLATBED WITH DUMP DIESEL $7,900
2002 FORD ESCORT ZX2 AUTO, LOW MILES .17,900
1999 CHRYSLER SEBRING LXI LEATHER ...'8,900
2000 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY V8 CLEAN .8,900
2000 FORD EXPLORER XLS CLEAN ....... 8,900
2001 GMC JIMMY SLS SUNROOF ........ 8,900
2004 OLDSMOBILE ALERO GL V6 CLEAN .. .9,900
1999 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS LS LEATHER .10,900
2002 FORD RANGER SC AUTO V6 ....... .10,900
2002 KIA OPTIMA LX LOADED ......... .10,900
2003 FORD MUSTANG AUTO V6, SPORTY ..n10,900
2004 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER'AUTO ...... 10,900


2004 FORD F150 RC 5 SPEED LOW MILES .110,900
2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING LX AUTO PW/PL $10,900
2005FORD RANGER RC, 5 SPEED LOW MILES .10,900


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City of Alachua
Surplus Office Equipment

The City of Alachua will be
accepting bids for surplus office
equipment to include desks, file
cabinets, chairs, tables, etc.
This property is located both in
the new City Hall located at
15100 NW 142 Terrace and the
old Police Department building
located at 14801 NW 140 Street.
Property will be available for
inspection and bids on Thursday
and Friday, 27 & 28 September,
from 8AM until 4PM. Bid forms
will be available at the reception
desk in City Hall. All bids must
be returned to the reception
desk by 4:15PM on 28
September. Notification of bid
award will be made by phone on
Tuesday, 2 October. Property
must be removed by Friday, 5
October. All property will be sold
to the highest bidder. For
information contact Frank
Sodek, III Administrative
Services Director at 386-418-
6105.
(Pub.: September 20, 2007)
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: A-
1 TOWING SVCIAUTO
REPAIRS gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and intent to
sell these vehicles on
10/07/2007, 10:00 a.m. at
14515 NW PEGGY RD,
ALACHUA, FL 32615-5449,
pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes. A-1
TOWING SVC/AUTO REPAIRS
reserves the right to accept or
reject any and/or all bids.

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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 OF A COPY 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,
PA.
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. September 13
& 20 2007)
Notice of Public Hearing
City of Waldo, FL
Planning & Zoning Board

The City of Waldo's Planning
and Zoning Board, sitting as the
Local Planning Agency, will hold
a public hearing on a proposed
small-scale comprehensive plan
amendment on October 1, 2007,
at 6:00PM at the Yerkes Center,
14245 Cole Street. The Local
Planning Agency will consider
making a recommendation on
the following item:

A request by Ben Campen,
agent for Smiley's Markets &
Malls, Inc., to amend the City of
Waldo Future Land Use Map
2011 from Alachua County
Agriculture to Industrial on
approximately 10.0 acres
located on US Highway 301. A


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portion of tax parcel #16979-
000-000.

At the public hearing, all
interested parties may appear
and be heard with respect to the
proposed application. Copies
of the proposed application are
available for public inspection at
City Hall on any regular
business day between 8:30 A.M.
and 12:00 P.M. Notice is given
pursuant to Section 286.0105,
Florida Statutes, that in order to
appeal any decision made at
this public meeting, 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 City Hall at
(352) 418-1001 at least 48
hours prior to the public
meeting.
(Pub.: September 20, 2007)



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or West. Lots of Exp. & Riding
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Refrences on Request. 352-
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Squash & Zucchini,Local
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Bell Peppers, Cucumbers,
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Eggs; Fresh Shelled Acre Peas,
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Lease NEW Trucks Teams
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Commission Position. Company
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FRONT DESK Receptionist/
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among other general office
duties. Applicant's personality
should be friendly but
professional, and possess
experience in Word, Excel, and
the Internet. Fax resume with
desired income to: 888-425-
1263
Our top driver made $54,780
in 2006 running our Florida
region. Home weekly and during
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Cross/Blue Shield! 1 Year OTR
experience required.
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National OTR positions. Food
grade tanker, no hazmat, no
pumps, great benefits,
competitive pay & new
equipment. (866)GO-BYNUM.
Need 2 years experience.
RAILROADS ARE looking for
experienced help. Train in four
to eight weeks to become a
Conductor, Welder, Mechanical
Locomotive, or Carmen.
Average salaries $63,000.
Tuition loans available,
(913)319-2603 / (913)319-2658,
www.RailroadTraining.com.
Business Broker/
Commercial RE
No nights, weekends
or holidays
No desk charge,
we pay MLS dues,
Business cards, & signs.
Will Train. Email
Or call 352-376-6600 for appt.
A. Jones & Associates, Inc.
PERMANENT PART-TIME
MERCHANDISERS. Driveline
Retail is seeking merchandisers
with prior retail experience to
service local stores. No selling.
Must be friendly and a self
starter. Hourly pay plus bonus
for performance. Please send
name, e-mail address, city and
state to:
efbaum@drivelineretail.com.
Stylist wanted for small,
professional, progressive salon
with family atmosphere in High
Springs. Established clientele
helpful. Please call Antoinette
Hunt at 386-454-4422.
Hair Stylest Wanted! Betty
Salon & Day Spa in Newberry.
352-472-8004 Booth or
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and more. No experience
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i New 4BR 2BA 1929sf home on 1 acre. Vaulted ceiling, wood-
www.iorzonreal -reltos.burning FP, tiled living areas, frisze carpet in bedrooms, oak
Cabinets, crown molding & Corian counters w/seamless sink
Ja in kitchen & luxury master bath. $266,000 MLS#272741
LEADINGr since 1979
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RESIDENTIAL
Hey, look me over! Iam well maintained,
have 3BR 2BA and on a V2 acre lot. My
owners just painted my interior and
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
ground pool. $185,000 MLS#283397
Nice 3BR 1BA home on a gorgeous.lot
with granddaddy oaks and conveniently
located in Alachua. Country living yet
closing to almost anything. $159,900
MLS#283751
Come see this great concrete block 3BR
2BA home just 10 minutes from UF.
Over-sized fenced backyard, new flooring,
fresh paint and more. Large utility/storage
room at end of cul-de-sac. $159,900
MLS#283411


Gorgeous landscape oversees this smart
looking 3BR 2BA home. Enjoy the half
acre privacy fenced yard and big front
porch. Open floor plan, beautiful cabinets
in kitchen, separate breakfast bar and FP in
family room. $255,000 MLS#282027
HOMES. WITH ACREAGE
Sparkling pool home on 1 acre. 4BR3BA
withplenty-ofroom 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
bam and a 2BR 1BAmobile home. Great currently being rented. Great place to
starter home and located off CR241 in build or keep as an investment rental.
Alachua. $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 VACANT LAND
road, this 1993 3BR 2BA Fleetwood
DWMH has beautiful wood floors and is NewberryArea! "Homes only" onthis 7.5
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 oftrees. 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 barn, tack frontage and is located High Springs,
room plus covered area for storage. convenient to Gainesville, Alachua and
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new kitchen & appliances, fireplace, from lovely screened porch. Stone fireplace, PLEASANT SETTING TO BUILD
WACCASASSA CAMPSITES -Newer screened-in back patio & fenced-in yard. A huge game.rm, dock, detached garage & YOUR HOME! Charming 2+ rolling
3BR, 2BA mobile home built in 2006 in must see! Call Deena Erickson-Klacko, more! Debbie Zeller, 352-538-2857 or acres in Small Farms, a paved subdivision
nice community located close to Newbeny 494-2404. $195,000. #272810 Martha Bames, 352-339-4069. $479,900. South of.Wllliston. Bring your horse! Call
& Gainesville. Low Gilchrist Co. taxes. ENCHANTING HOME WITH A #278273 Isabel Smith, 352-318-7829. $49,900.
Perfect for first time buyer or newlyweds. GARDEN! This 4BR, 2BA 1900 vintage THIS BREATH-TAKING 3256 SQ. FT. #282156
Call William Gillespie, 352-225-1921. pool home located on 2 lots in Trenton HOME sits on a hill on some of the most MISTLETOE IS TRENTON'S
$79,900. #280144 (1Res& 1Com)wascompletely renovated. beautiful 15.01 acres in Alachua County. NEWEST OPEN BUILDER. deed
DOWN A COUNTRY LANE! Great 2 Gracefully landscaped with fruit trees, roses Property comes with a 3-car garage, large restricted community. Twenty-seven 1.5 to
BR, 2 BA mobile home on a gorgeous 5- & flower beds. Irrig. Sys. & green house back deck, 2BR, 1BA apartment & bonus 2.5 acre lots w/ underground power. Only a
acre lot. Tucked back off a paved RD. included. Call Isabel Smith, 352-318-7829 room. Great access to 1-75 & Gainesville. short drive to Chiefland or Gainesville.
Private & secluded, fenced w/ gorgeous orTony Boothby, 352-262-1159. $235,000. Call Deena Erickson-Klacko, 352-494- Starting at $50,000 to $79,000. Call Peny
trees & pasture. Call Debbie Zeller, 538- #283479 2404. $729,000. #279395 McDonald today. 352-278-0310. #277792
2857. $99,900. #278799 SPECTACULAR LOCATION directly MODERN LIVING WITH OLD WATER FRONT PROPERTY on Moss
BEAUTIFUL 5 ACRES just outside of on the Gulf of Mexico, this 1200 Sq. Ft.. FLORIDA CHARM! Comfort, Lake in Four Lakes Coirmunity. Access to
High Springs on a cul-de-sac. The mobile 2BR, 2BA comes fully fumished with a full convenience, luxury & value. Spend 2 other lakes by boat. Build your dream
home has been well maintained. Come house water treatment system & outdoor aftemoons relaxing with friends & family home. Homes Only Subdivision. Call
build your dream home here. It is priced grill. $299,000 is a great deal! Call Isabel where gentle ocean breezes stiryour senses. Debra Vanover, 359-3401. $99,900.
right to selljust waiting for you! Looking at Smith, 352-318-7829 or Todd Rainsberger, Where the Steinhatchee River meets the #266729
all offers! Call Deena Erickson-Klacko, 352-339-5533. #277947 sparkling blue water of the Gulf of Mexico. HIGH SPRINGS RIVERFRONT, 1-
352-494-2404. $139,900. #279396 COUNTRY DELIGHT! 3BR, 2BA on Call Francine Milam, 352-214-1722 or acre lot on the serene Santa Fe River
HARD TO BEAT! Cute 3BR, 2BA 2.5 park-like acres west of High Springs in Deena Erickson-Klacko, 352-494-2404. adjacent to boat ramp. Gorgeous trees,
Cracker-style home with Pergo & some Columbia Co. Open floor plan, wood stove, $795,000. plenty of high ground to build. Call Tony
hardwood floors. Large Kit. with all built-ins, wet bar, huge porch & detached Boothby, 352-262-1159 or Isabel Smith,
appliances included. Newer refrig, washer garage. Detached 2-car garage, immaculate 352-318-7829. $175,000. #284696
& dryer. Great wrap-around porch & deck landscaping & gorgeous oaks. Call Debbie 40 ACRES OF WILDERNESS. For the
on 1.89 acres of mature oaks. Call Martha Zeller, 352-538-2857 or Martha Bames, 1-ACRE LOT ON PAVED ROAD in true Pioneer, this wooded property has a 20-
Comelius, 386-984-5920. $150,000. 352-339-4069. $329,000. #278744 Columbia County. Heavily wooded lot acre natural pond & is teeming with
#273971 THE LIVING IS EASY! Nestled in the ready for your home or mobile home. wildlife. Discover for yourself Call Tony
ONE ACRE CORNER LOT with oaks on the pristine Santa Fe River; this Accesstoprivateriverfrontparks.CallTony Boothby, 352-262-1159 or Isabel Smith,
concrete block home. Nice in-ground pool, unique 2BR, 3BA with a bonus room, Boothby, 386-454-3327 or 352-262-1159. 318-7829. $299,000. #267982


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