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Title: Alachua County Today
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Publication Date: September 11, 2008
Copyright Date: 2007
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City Manager receives pay raise, accolades

Watson's salary boosted to more than $150K with 6.8-percent increase


Crime Stoppers
Most Wanted
Inside


In this


Edition


Newberry

Elementary

readers

celebrate




Alachua hopes to

host Babe Ruth

World Series



High Springs

man arrested


By CRAIG COX
Today Reporter
ALACHUA The City of Alachua
will soon have two Clovis Watson
Juniors within its borders, because the
City Commission voted 5-0 Monday
night to rename the street in front of the
Merrillwood housing complex in honor
of Watson.


By CRAIG COX
Today Reporter


Commissioner Bonnie Tara Henderson, said he
Burgess proposed the name turning 50 years old on Sept
change during a performance and she suggested that might
evaluation of Watson, because a good day to hold a ceremo
Watson grew up in the housing "o\\_," Watson said
projects, and he embraces his he held back tears. "I can
past. be more proud to have a r
Although commissioners Watson named after me there at
do not have a date for the name projects where I was raised
change to take place, Watson's assistant, rather that than [Highway] 441, an


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20 years


ALACHUA Since 1988, the week...
world has seen the first animal clone, .. Rick
the fall of the Berlin Wall, the rise of the restai
the internet and the fall of the Twin Main Sti
Hendrix Towers. But one local restaurant has -Whei
endured these triumphs and tragedies, to start
providing an oasis in a world of change building
11and transformation. a straight



Santa Fe High School


homecoming court
Sept. 22'is Homecoming
Week at Santa Fe High School.
Events include Raider Rally on
Thursday, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m.,
the homecoming football game
against Dunnellon at Raider
Field on Friday, Sept. 26 at
7:30 p.m., and the homecoming
dance at'the Alachua Woman's
Club on Saturday, Sept. 27 at
8 p.m.
(L-R) The Santa Fe High
School 2008 Homecoming
Court includes Jamal White
and Shandricka Jones, Vernon
Jenkins.and Jenna Cottingham,
Chad Combee and .Candace
Brown, Vemis Jenkins and
Becca Jamison, and Justin Photo by LEILABOUKARIIAlachua County T
White and Dymeshia Garrison.


stogas Restaurant, located on
reet in Alachua, is celebrating
of business in the city next
Robertson and his wife opened
urant on Sept. 15, 1988, when
*eet had a different face.
n Robertson first decided
Conestogas, the boarded-up
had no floors. Main Street was
at road with parallel parking,


Today


and anyone could buy or rent the nearby
empty buildings with little effort or
money.
The rent for his building was a
whopping $325 a month..But overall,
Robertson spent some $45,000 to get
the business up and running.
'He named the restaurant after the
Conestoga, which is a wagon that held
CONESTOGAS;
C,,nitia on page A8


e is truly mean that."
. 29, On top of the name change, the
it be commissioners voted to give Watson a
ony. 6.8-percent raise, which will leave him
as nearly $10,000 richer next year.
nnot His yearly salary has increased from
road $141,170 to $150,769.56.
the
SI'd WATSON:
nd I Continued on page A3


DUI pending


for woman who


hit children
By CRAIG COX
Todn-' Ieporter
HIGH SPRINGS The woman who hit
three children in High Springs on July, 31
was above the legal alcohol limit when' he
accident occurred, according to toxicology
reports.
Christine McKee, 56, of High Springs, had
a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .091 when
she hit Ashley Rivers, 15, her brother, Mikael,
12, both of High Springs, and a friend, Aspen
ACCIDENT:
,Continued on page A3


Tempers

hot on High

Springs taxes
By BRYAN BOUKARI
Todqy Reporter "
HIGH SPRINGS Emotions ran h4ig
last Thursday as commissioners in Hfigh,
Springs weighed its options with the town-'
2009 fiscal year budget.
The sticking point seemed to be an 11th
firefighter position which would cost the city
an extra $44,530. According to High Springs
Fire Chief Vern Riggall, the extra firefighter
is needed to meet a State of Florida mandated-
rule which requires two firefighters enter- 'a'
burning structure while two other firefighters'
remain outside. The safety measure, coupled
with state-mandated property tax restrictions,
HIGH SPRINGS BUDGET:
Continued on page A8


Going for gold: Local girl


leaves her mark in history


By CRAIG COX
Today Reporter
The, international
spotlight may have shifted
away from Beijing when
the Olympics ended, but
one Alachua resident is just
getting started inher quest to
put America's Paralympics
swim team on the map.
Miranda Uhl, 16,
received a gold medal while
setting a world record in
her first swimming event at


the 2008 Paralympics the
200m,Individual Medley.
"The crowd was
incredible," Uhl said in a
press release. "My goal is to
not have any regrets, go out
and try my hardest and not
leave anything in the pool."
The Paralympics are
identical to the Olympics,
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d, who has a form of Alachua resident Miranda Uhl received a gold
PARALYMPICS: medal 'and set a new world record in the U.S.
Continued on page A7 Paralympics in the 200m Individual Medley on
Sunday.


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-'A2 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2008


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Joni and Ronnie McReynolds

celebrate 25th Anniversary
Joni and Ronnie McRevnolds
are delighted to announce their 25th
arnnierEsar on September 10. 2008. They
are celebrating bA renewing their ~oHs at
St. ladeleine's Catholic Church in High
Springs on September 13. The couple ha\e
teo children. Heather and Ronnie Jr. Joni
and Ronnie are a\nd Gator fans and try
to anend as many Gator sporting events as *
they can. including football and basketball
games and gymnastics events. The couple
also enjoys being involved ~ ith the children
In the communury through their businesses.
USA G%,mnasues of Florda and NIjss Joni's
Preschool.

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CELEBRATING 20 YEARS ". '

ON RAINT STREET ,T E

IN DOWNTOWN BEAUTIFUL ALACHUA


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Monday, September 15
through
Saturday, September 20


During the Celebration prices on our
56 BEST SELLERS will be rolled back 10
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4, O-r4 *
The Conestoga Sirloin 14.99
The Conestoga Junior Sirloin 10.99
The Wrangler Sirloin Tips 7.99
The Stogie Burger (16 oz Burger) 6.99
The Chop (8 oz ground beef steak) 5.99

FREE slice of Anniversary Cake with every
Lunch or Dinner

Each night of the CELEBRATION we will have a drawing for
a CONESTOGAS GIFT BASKET

On SattiardayTThe Grand Prize Drawing will be for
a Gift Basket with a $250 Conestogas Gift Certificate

Open Monday Saturday 11:00 AM for Lunch and Dinner
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Alachua's budget



nearly finalized



at $29.9 million


By BRYAN BOUKARI
Today Reporter
ALACHUA Alachua
City Commissioners gave the
preliminary go ahead on the
city's budget and property
tax rate Monday. The move
is the first step in making the
$29,900,279 budget final.
That number is -about $27,000
less than previously presented
because of lower projected
sales tax revenues.
The city's village rate
levied on property has been set
at 4.6480 mills as compared
to the 2008 year when it was
4.6841 mills. The slight
reduction only resulted in about
$78 less in ad valorem (property
tax) revenue.
No citizens spoke out
against the property tax and
proposed budget during the
hearing Monday.
Mayor Jean Calderwood
was pleased with the. budget
and tax rate saying, "The 4.648
is a welcomed millage rate.
"This is something our
citizens can live with and that
Sour city can live with."
The City of Alachua's
overall 2009 budget will be
roughly similar to that of 2008.
The approved 2008 budget was
$32,953,159, about $3 million
higher than the currently
proposed 2009 budget. But
the proposed budget is likely to
rise as transfers from the 2008
budget are made into the 2009
budget.

Amendment One Impacts
Cities across the county
are feeling the impacts of
Amendment .One, a measure
which reduces property taxes
for homeowners among other
changes. Passed by over
64-percent of voters in January,
Amendment One and other
changes in Florida law are
being blamed for budget woes
in many towns.
In Alachua, Amendment
One is estimated by the City to,
decrease property tax revenue


by $268,742. That number,
however, is less than 8-percent
of the estimated $3.4 million
it still expects to receive from
property taxes. With three-
quarters of a billion dollars in
taxable property, a $268,742
decrease in revenues doesn't
put quite the squeeze on
Alachua's budget as it would
on other towns in the area.
Cities which operate
utilities, such as Alachua,
have a more diverse set of
revenue streams for funding
operations. The electric, water,
wastewater and mosquito
utilities in Alachua account for
some $20 million 'of the total
budget. Another $9 million
of the budget is considered
the general fund and includes
the administration, police
department, fire protection,
streets and roads and virtually
every other department in the
city beyond its utilities.
Helping to offset property
tax revenue decreases,
commissioners in Alachua
passed an ordinance raising
the Communication Services
Tax to 5.22-percent. That rate
increase is expected to generate
$109,000 in more revenues.
But the picture isn't perfect
for Alachua. The commission
will have to choose which
capital projects it wishes to fund
with limited cash available to
do so. Alachua City Manager.
Clovis Watson, Jr. 'said the
budget also eliminates funding
for numerous vacant-positions
which were not funded last
year, either.
Under the proposed 2009
budget, Alachua would only
slightly increase its full-time
equivalent employees (FTE)
from 124.50 to 124.92 FTEs.
The city has already
conducted three budget
workshops. City staff will
present the proposed budget to
the commission again during
the final budget hearing which
is slated for Sept. 22.
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ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2008 A3


POLICE REPORTS


Alachua Police Department
- The following information
was provided by Alachua Po-
lice Department (APD) De-
tective Carrie Lund and De-
tective Patrick Barcia.

Armed Burglary
* A case that started with a
burglary on NW 147 Avenue
in Alachua ended with several
items stolen. such as electronics
and firearms Through the
investigation the Alachua
Police Department identified
several offenders and was able
to recover the majority of the,
guns. On Tuesday, Sept 10.
the Alachua Police Department
arrested Danny Flagg Jr., 17. of


Alachua and Damond Presley,
17, of Alachua. Both subjects
were charged with, Burglary
while armed, Possession of
firearm by convicted felon,
Grand *theft and Theft 'of
firearms. Flagg is currently being
held at the Alachua County Jail
and Presley is currently being
held at the Juvenile Detention
Center.

Driving Under the Influence
* On Aug. 31, 2008, Officer
J. Boyd responded to CVS in
reference to a person passed out
behind the wheel of a vehicle.
When Officer Boyd made
contact with the person in the
dri her's seat. Jesse Kriske. 21).


of Port St Lucie, Officer Boyd
observed an open container
of beer in Kriske's hand and
detected a strong 'odor of
alcohol. Kriske did not know
what city he was in and stated
he was looking for his hotel in
Gaines% ille.A DUI investigation
was conducted and Kriske was
arrested for Driving Under
the Influence and taken to the
Alachua County Jail.

* On Aug. 27. 2008. while
establishing a perimeter for an
armed robbery in Merrilwood
Apartments, Officer A. Joy
heard what he believed to be
a vehiclee crash in the area of
Criswell Park. When Officer


Joy arrived, he observed a white
van that hit a light pole on Hipp
Way. Officer Joy also observed
a person walking away from
the vehicle. Officer Joy made
contact with Christopher
Neitenbach, 31, of Alachua.
The \an was registered to
Neitenbach and a witness stated
sheobserned Neitenbach wreck,
then exit the van. Neitenbach
refused to 'complete a field
sobriety exercise and stated, "I
already know I'm drunk," and
that he had been using narcotics
throughout the day. Neitenbach
was.arrested for Driving Under
the Influence and leaving the
scene of an accident.

Warrant Arrest
* Justin T. Hutchinson,
32-year-old, Alachua resident,
was arrested Thursday, Aug. 28,


2008 after a brief foot pursuit,
for an outstanding Alachua
County Warrant. The warrant
was issued for Driving with a
Suspended License and held a
bond of $2,000. Hutchinson
was found to be in possession
of six small pieces of crack
cocaine. As he was booked
into the Alachua County Jail,
Detention Deputies found
Hutchinson to be in possession
of approximately .10 ounces of
powder cocaine. Hutchinson
was additionally charged with
Possession of Crack Cocaine.
Resisting an Officer without
Violence. Possession of Powder
Cocaine, and Introduction
of Contraband into a Secure
Facility.
Arresting Officer: A. Joy


ACCIDENT:
Continuedfrom page Al1


Mother says driver should be held responsible


Ladue, 14, of Vermont.
The Children were trying to
cross U.S. Hwy 441 about 500
feet from their home to save a
Chihuahua when they were hit.
McKee is being charged
with driving under the
influence (DUI), which carries
a maximum fine of $500, six
months in jail and suspension
of license for up to a year.
With a BAC" above .05,
a person is presumed to be,
impaired and normal reaction
times are slower, .said High-
Springs Police Chief Jim
Troiano.
High Springs Police
officials previously stated that
McKee showed no signs of
impairment, but Troiano stated
in, an interview Wednesday
that McKee had a slight odor
of alcohol on her breath, and
she admitted to drinking an
undisclosed amount of alcohol.
To reach a BAC of .09, a
140 pound person must drink
between three and four drinks.
Troiano said although
McKee was above the ; legal
limit, the children were the


Commissioners also
,gave Watson a performance
:evaluation in which they rated
him on a scale of 1 to 10 in
categories such as community
involvement, communication
land team management.
Commissioners Bonnie
,Burgess, Orien Hills and
,James Lewis gave Watson a
I100-percent satisfaction rating,'
while commissioners Jean
jCalderwood and Gib Coerper
gave him 99-percent and
97.5-percent respectively.
People packed City Hall
to comment about Watson's
success and legacy, including
Police Chief Joel DeCoursey
and Watson's father, Clovis
Watson Sr. %
Watson's father said the
city manager is a hard worker-
;and deserves the raise and
!evaluations he received.
"I'm really proud of him
because he really believes in


major factor in the accident,
and she might not have been
able to react any differently had
she not been under the influence
of alcohol.
"These children violated
her right of way," Troiano said,.
"and so far we are not able to
say that she could have avoided
this accident had she not been
impaired."
But Michelle Wescott, the
mother of Ashley and Mikael,
said she believes McKee could
have better handled the situation
had she not been impaired.
"I'm not saying she could
have avoided the whole thing,"
Wescott said. "But I think if
she wasn't impaired she would
have had a better sense of what
to do."
Wescott said she does not
want McKee to serve jail time,
but she does believe McKee
should be held responsible for
her actions.
"I am not the type of person
to punish people and seek
vengeance," she said. "But I
have mixed feelings. I'm angry
she did this,' but I also feel bad


doing a good job," Watson Sr.
said, "and he's been like that
since he was a little fellow. He
works so hard I can't even catch
up with him."
Tara Henderson said she
cannot tell people how much
she appreciates Watson and his
commitment to the city.
"I've had the luxury, and I
do mean luxury, of working for
Clovis 11 years this December,'"
Henderson said. "Really and
truly I think what he does is
grossly underestimated."
Watson replied to the
comments from his supporters,
saying the money and praises
are not what keep him going in
the community.
"It's a work of love for me,"
Watson said. "If I would not
have received the raise, I would
have been just as enthused to be
doing what I am doing."
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for her."
Wescott said she is not sure
if she wants to sue McKee,
because she wants the situation
to be over with.
"It's been rough," she
said. "We've had a lot of costs


with deductibles and physical
therapy, but I really just want
this to be over. I want to make
sure the kids are taken care of.
That's my main goal."
Troiano said there are
important lessons that can be


SScotty left his library books at home the next day.
At school, his classmates were talking about their research.
Everyone was eager to tell about the man or woman they
had researched. And, of course, everyone was excited
because it was Friday.
Friday was the best day at school. Everyone worked to get
their lessons done. Then, in the afternoon, the students got
to do special things. They had spelling bees or math contests.
Scotty liked the math competitions. He could add numbers
without using a piece of paper.
The morning went by quickly. After lunch, the teacher said
the dass was going to visit the city museum. Many of the
students had been there before. Scotty remembered seeing
army uniforms and a model airplane. He liked model planes.
After the students finished their lessons, they gathered outside
and hiked to the museum. The lady who worked there was
always happy to see the students. Up and down the aisles,
she led Scotty and his classmates. She told all about the
wonderful and interesting things in the museum.
At every stop she talked about what was on display. She told
how things were used by people long ago. She pointed to
photographs and paintings, and identified all the people in
the pictures.
The students were very polite as they listened to the stories
the lady told. Scotty enjoyed himself very much.
Then, about half way through the big exhibition room, Scotty
saw something that made him stop and stare. Hanging on
the wall was a large picture. It was a picture of the county
courthouse that Scotty saw every day on his way to school.
But the thing that made Scortty stop and stare was not the
. courthouse, but the man in a white suit standing in front
of the building. Right away Scotty recognized the man. It
was Harry Truman.
Scorty raised his hand and asked about the picture. The lady
said when the courthouse was built in 1939, Harry Truman
came to town and helped dedicate the new building. At that
time, Mr. Truman was a United States Senator from Missouri,
the lady said.


W-A -t WeeC: CAaprer Four 6ra-ndl'arher remembers


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learned from this accident.
"You are responsible for
your actions," he said. "Both
pedestrians and, motorists
need to be aware of their
surroundings. It's like going
back to elementary school


when they told you to look left,
then right, then left again. And
you definitely should not drink
alcohol and drive a vehicle."
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& Alachua County Today



Partners in Education


SunState Federal Credit Union and Alachua County Today
are partnering to bring you "A Familiar Face." The purpose of this
campaign is to get young people reading. Alachua County Today
will publish an eight-chapter serialized short story, "A Familiar
Face" as part of our Newspapers in- Education program. The
newspapers will be sent home with the students after the project
for the week is completed so that parents can share the stories with
their children.


A homework assignment leads Scotty Brown to discover "A
Familiar Face" in the pages of history and to learn about the role
a boy from Missouri had as an adult in international decisions
of humanitarian aid, war and racial equality. Scott takes from
the lesson a new appreciation for the top job in America and the
realization that even he could someday be president of the United
States.


Looking at the picture, Scotty could hardly believe that Harry
Truman had actually come to his town. As the group moved
to the next exhibit, he kept looking back at the courthouse
picture. Tomorrow, he promised himself, he would go down
to the courthouse and stand where Harry Truman had stood.
That night, Scotty began -.-- _. -
reading the little book u
about President Truman. iU
And after he went to bed,
he dreamed he was there |
in the crowd when
Senator Truman dedicated i
the big courthouse.


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* Shaniqua Glasco, 18-year-
old, Newberry resident was
arrested Friday, Sept. 5, 2008 for
an outstanding Alachua County
warrant. The warrant was
issued for Failure to Appear on
an original offense of Damaged
Property.
Arresting Officer: J. Horn

Theft
* Jerome Poritz, a 61-year-
old Gainesville resident, was
arrested Saturday, Sept. 6, 2008
for shoplifting. Officer J. Horn
made the arrest at Hitchcock's
after employees detained Portiz
in the parking lot after he filled
his own plastic grocery bags
with $301.46 worth of food and
left the store.


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*A4 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY COMMUNITY CORNER THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2008


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.
*Alacbua County Meets the
2nd and 4th Tuesday of each
month at 9 a m. at the Count-
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 I p.m. at City
Hall Auditorium, 200 East
University Avenue.
mHawthorne Meets the Ist
Monday of each month at 6:30
p.m. at City Hall.
High Springs Meets the 2nd
and 4th Thursday of each month
at 6:30 p.m. in City Hall.
ELaCrosse 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.
ENewberry 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.


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m AARP meeting How the
many needy people in this area
can be helped will be discussed
at the High Springs Area AARP
meeting and luncheon on Sept.
11. at the First Presbyterian
Church, 205 N. Main St., High
Springs.
Ex. Director of Catholic
Charities Karen Slevin will be
the guest speaker at the meeting
and she will describe the work
of the organization to meet the
needs of area residents. An'
increasing number of people
in our community and the
surrounding area .are finding it
difficult to meet their basic needs
for food, financial assistance
and clothing. Slevin will
explain how Catholic Charities
is expanding its programs to
provide more assistance to meet
the growing need.
Because of the importance
of this topic, the meeting will be
open to the public. The meeting
begins at 10:30 a.m. with a social
and business meeting followed
by the speaker and a luncheon.'
Please bring a covered dish is
you plan to stay for the luncheon
and if you have any questions,
call Chapter President Dick
Williams at 386-454-4516.
m The Alachua Woman's
Club will be holding their
Annual Membership Tea on
Sept. 21 from 2-4 p.m. at the
Clubhouse on South Main
Street. All women are invited
to come and join the Alachua
Woman's Club.
* The Alachua Lions Club
meetings are held weekly
on Thursday at 7 p.m. The
weekly meetings are held at
the clubhouse located at 15115
NW 142 Terrace (Lions Club
Terrace). If you are interested
in becoming a member of the
Alachua Lions Club, please
join us for a meeting or call
386-462-7178. Lions are men
ando women who volunteer
their time to .humanitarian


causes in their local and world
community.
* Call For Vendors -Alachua
Harvest Festival The Alachua
Business League and the City
of Alachua are presenting the
6th Annual Alachua Harvest
Festival on Sunday, Oct. 26
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The
festival is a day of leisurely
shopping, strolling and dining
on Main Street, Alachua, while
enjoying music from area bands
and musicians. .Visit lovely
shops and many arts and crafts
vendors all along Main Street,
which will be closed to vehicle
traffic.
The cost for one 10x10
space is $45; food vendors $125
(must register by Oct. 15); and
ABL members and charitable
groups may deduct $45 from
the space cost. (Charities must'
provide documentation and do
an activity for or with visitors.)
Tents are now allowed.
Registration deadline is Oct.
15. Download an application
at www.alachuabusiness.com.
For more information, email
, rmorse47@yahoo.com. To
advertise in festival promotions,
email marilyn.vanover@,
alarionbank.com.
* Call for vendors High
Springs Chamber of is excited
to announce the 5th Annual Fall
Festival in Historic Downtown
High Springs.
Fine art and craft vendors
are invited to participate on
Saturday, Oct. 25 from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Applications can be
downloaded from the chamber's
website at http://highsprings.
com in the announcements
section. Applications can also
be obtained from the Visitors
Center located at 25 NE Railroad
Avenue, High Springs.
There will be music, food,
kids train ride, carriage rides
and lots of family activities.
For additional information,,
call 386-454-3120 or email
chamber@highsprings.com


a Families Sharing in Grief
and Hope Haven Hospice
offers an open, ongoing monthly
support program for children
ages six and up, teens and adult
family members grieving a loved
one. You must register to attend.
The meetings are held at Haven
Hospice North Building, 4305
N.W. 90th Blvd, Gainesville
on the second Monday of each
month, Oct. 13, Nov. 10 and
Dec. 9 at 6-7:30 p.m.
.Contact (352) 692-5101
to register. Haven Hospice is
North Florida's expert in end-
of-life and palliative care and is
one of three 2008 Circle of Life
Award winners nationwide
to be recognized as leaders in
improving the care of patients
near the end of life or with
life-threatening conditions.
For more information visit
www.havenhospice.org or call.
800-727-1889. -
* The High Springs Lions
Club business meeting is the
2nd Monday of the month at 7
p.m. The social meeting is the
4th Monday of the month at 7
p.m.
* The Kiwanis Club of Santa
Fe meets weekly on Thursday
from 7:30 8:30 a.m. at Brown's
Country Buffet, 12510 U.S.
Hwy. 441, Alachua.
m Turkey Creek Lions Club
meetings are held at 6:30 p.m.
on the 1st and 3rd Monday
of each month at Brown's
Country Buffet, 12510 Martin
Luther King Blvd., (Route 441)
Alachua. Please join us for a
meeting if you are interested in
helping our community through
needed services for those less
fortunate. For more information
call 386-462-7085.
* Pumpkin Patch The First
United Methodist Church of
Alachua will open its "Pumpkin
Patch" this year on Thursday,
Oct. 2 at 9 a.m. at Highway 441
and south of 1-75 in Alachua.
This is the 8th season for the
patch and it continues to grow


each year.
All pumpkins are grown
in New Mexico by Native
Americans and the- mission
efforts of First United Methodist
Church of Alachua's Youth
Group.
The Pumpkin Patch provides
great opportunities for family
fun. Hayrides, games and a hay
maze are the major attractions.
The Fall Festival will be
held on Sunday Oct. 5 from
2:30-5:00 p.m. at the Pumpkin
Patch. Enjoy an afternoon of
fun and plan on staying for the
free picnic.
* Sons of Confederate
Veterans, Madison Starke
Perry Camp #1424 meeting
is held the 2nd Monday of the


month at Brown's Country
Buffet, Hwy 441 in Alachua.
Eat at 6 p.m., program starts
at 7 p.m. Anyone who has an
ancestor who fought in the War
for Southern Independence or
has an interest in this period of
our country's, history is invited
to attend. For more information,
contact Commander Larry E.
Hall 386-462-1523.
* The Second Florida Calvary
Camp Confederate Sons
Association of Florida meeting
is held every fourth Monday
of the month. The. meeting is
held at Brown's Country Buffet
Restaurant and begins with
supper at 6 p.m. and the meeting
following at 7 p.m.


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Q: What is reminerali-
zation?
A: Remineralization is
a process in which teeth' can
regrow dentin, the material
that makes up the inside of
the tooth. The significance of
research in remineralization,
which is currently underway
at the University of California,
is that in certain cases of early-
stage tooth decay, dentists of
the future may have the option
of using remineralization rather
than being forced to install a
filling. Installation of fillings is
one of the most common dental
procedures. The California
scientists have had some
success in regrowing the dentin
in '. damaged teeth by using


a calcium-rich ion solution.
Should this process become
standard operating procedure,
dentistry of the future could rely
considerably less on the drill for
treating decay.
Dentistry is not science
that is standing still or that is
built on techniques that are
frozen in time. Along the lines
of remineralization, university
researchers in Georgia have
had success in coating titanium
dental implants with a protein
that helps with bone formation.
Work in these and other areas
continues. Talk with your dentist
about some of the advances that
have taken place in the field
since he started practicing.


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Registration
Alachua Little Jaguar Flag Football League Fee $50
Santa Fe Lil' Raider Volleyball Fee $50 per player
Alachua Soccer League Fall 2008 Fee $55.

For assistance with the soccer league, please call Russ
and Debbie Irish 386-462-2066 or email at ririshl@msn.com
(checked at least daily).

Pick up registration forms at the Alachua Recreation Center.
Fees and birth certificates are required with completed application.
Registration will not be accepted without fees and a copy of the
birth certificate. The birth certificate is required even if child has
previously played.
Please return completed form, fees and, birth certificate
to Alachua Recreation Center. For questions, please call
386-462-1610.


Santa Fe Babe Ruth Softball
Santa Fe Babe Ruth Softball is conducting signups for its
recreational girls softball league until Sept. 13 (This Saturday).
This is for any and all players ages 5-14 in the High Springs and
Alachua areas. For more information, call 386-462-1610.


PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE OF MEETING

BEFORE THE CITY

COMMISSION OF THE CITY

OF ALACHUA, FLORIDA

The City ofAlachua City Commission will consider the following
item as part of the consent agenda on September 22, 2008, at
7:00 p.m., or as soon as possible thereafter. The meeting will be
held in the City Commission chambers, located in City Hall, at
15100 NW 142nd Terrace, Alachua, Florida.

The item to be considered is as follows:

Construction Plans: A 'request by Bowyer-Singleton &
Associates, Inc., agent for Maronda Homes, Inc. of Florida,
owner, for consideration of Construction Plans for Heather Glen
subdivision, Phases I and II, comprised of 21.5 single-family
detached units on approximately 105.76 acres, located at the
northeast comer of Interstate 75 and Peggy Road (County Road
2054), Alachua, Florida. FLUM: Moderate Density Residential;
Zohing: PUD Heather Glen; Tax parcel: 03870-000-000.

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construction plans are available for public inspection at the,
Planning and Community Development Department, 15100 NW
meeting. Notice is given pursuant to Section 286.01 05, Flo da














Statutes, that in order to appeal any decision made at these public_
At the meeting, all indeed to ensuparties may appear and be heard
with respect to the proposed construction plans. Copies of the
construction plans are available for public inspection at the
Planning and Community Development Department, 15100 NW
142nd Terrace, or at the Office of the City Clerk, 15100 NW
*142nd Terrace, on any regular business day between the hours of
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the Thursday prior to the City Commission
meeting. Notice is given pursuaCount to Section 286.0105, Florida
Statutes, that in order to appeal any decision made at these public
meetings, you will need to ensure that a verbatim record is made.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any
persons with a disability requiring reasonable accommodation in
order to participate, in this meeting should call the City Clerk at
(386) 418-6100 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.
(Published: Alachua County Today September 11, 2008)


PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE OF ENACTMENT

OF AN ORDINANCE OF

THE CITY OF ALACHUA,

FLORIDA

The City of Alachua City Commission will hold a public hearing on a
proposed ordinance on September 22, 2008 at 7:00 p.m. The hearing
will be held in the Commission Chambers of City Hall, at 15100 NW
142nd Terrace, Alachua, Florida.

The ordinance title is as follows:

ORDINANCE 08-17

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ALACHUA, FLORIDA,
RELATING TO THE AMENDMENT OF THE OFFICIAL ZONING
ATLAS; AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS FROM
ALACHUA COUNTY AGRICULTURE TO CITY OF ALACHUA
COMMERCIAL INTENSIVE (CI) (18.24 ACRES) AND LIGHT
AND WAREHOUSE INDUSTRIAL (ILW) (24.29 ACRES) ON ONE
PARCEL OF LAND THAT TOTALS APPROXIMATELY 42.57
ACRES, LOCATED IN THE 13500 BLOCK OF U.S. HIGHWAY
441, ALONG THE NORTHERN SIDE OF U.S. 441, ALACHUA,
FLORIDA. TAX PARCEL NUMBER 05959-001-000; PROVIDING A
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At the public hearing, all interested parties may appear and be heard with
respect to the proposed ordinance. Copies of the proposed ordinance, the
Staff Report, and related materials are available for public inspection at
the Planning and Community Development Department or at the Office
of the City Clerk, 15100. NW 142nd Terrace, on any regular business
day between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the Thursday prior
to the City Commission meeting. Written comments on the proposed
ordinance may be sent to the following address: City of Alachua,
Planning and Community Development, P.O. Box 9, Alachua FL 32616.
Notice is given pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, that in
order to appeal any decision made at these public hearings, you will
need to ensure that a verbatim record is made. In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act, any persons with a disability requiring
reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this meeting should
call the City Clerk at (386) 418-6100 x 101 at least 48 hours prior to the
public hearing.
(Published: Alachua County Today September 11, 2008)









ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2008 A5

Obituarie


Latraah A. Collins
Latraah A. Collins, life-long
resident of Alachua, Florida,
passed away
September
6, 2008 at


Medical
C e.n ter ,
Gainesville,
Florida. She
was 44.
She was a member of
Bethlehem United Methodist
Church, High Springs;. a
graduate of Santa Fe High
School Class' of 1982; and
attended Santa Fe Community
College.
Survivors include her father,
Henry Collins, Jr.; mother
Deloris Andrews Collins, both
of Alachua; brothers, Halbert
S. Andrews of Quincy, Derrick
Collins of Atlanta, Georgia and
Marcus Collins of Tallahassee,
Florida; sisters, Wanda N. Boyd


of Gainesville, Selina Dyches of
Copperas Cove, Texas, Carolyn
Allen Richmond of California
and- Celacey Fisher of Atlanta.
Funeral services will
be conducted on Saturday,
September 13, 2008 at 11 a.m.
at Female Protective Temple,
Gainesville, Rev. Clarence
DeSue Pastor and Rev. J.D.
Johnson, officiating. Burial will
follow in Pine Hill Cemetery.
Visitation at Chestnut
Memorial Chapel from 2-8
p.m., Friday, September 12,
2008 and on Saturday at the
church from 10 a.m. until the
hour of service. There will
be no viewing following the
eulogy.
Family and friends are
asked to meet at 15511 NW 141
Street, Alachua at 10:15 a.m. to
form the cortege.
Arrangements entrusted
to Chestnut Funeral Home,
-Gainesville.


Larry B. Cullen
Larry B. Cullen, age 71, died
Friday September 5, 2008 in the
home where
he was born.


Cullen was
a lifelong
resident
of Hague,
Florida.
He was a
Mechanical Engineer for Sperry
Rand Corp for 12 years and
with Shands at Alachua General
Hospital for 23 years. He was
the son of John William Cullen
and Mae Duberlen Cuillen. He,
was an ardent member of the
National Rifle Association.
. Survivors include two
daughters. Kathy C. Powell of
Ft. McCoy and Debbie C. Gill of
Gainesville; a son, Tim G. Cullen
of Gainestille: sister, Berme
C. Sto%% of Tallahassee; five
grandchildren, Hillary, Heather,


Heidi, Kaity and Shawn; and
two great-grandchildren, Cloie
and Isabella.
Graveside funeral services
were held Wednesday September
10, 2008 at 10 a.m. in the Hague
Community Cemetery.
Milam Funeral and
Cremation Services,
Gainesville.

James Walter Douglas
James Walter Douglas, son
of the late Walter and Mary
1M 1 Dou glas


deceaseddl,
\\ent to be
\\ith the Lord
on September
4, 2008.
following a
lengthy and
hard-fought
illness. He


was 83.
Mr. Douglas .was born
in Brooklyn. New York on
February 15, 1925. At 17 he


enlisted in the Navy and served
on a mine-sweeper in the
Pacific Theatre during WW II.
After returning home from the
war, he met and married Harriet
Spry in 1947. After 20 years in
the Rochester, New York area,
he moved to Florida with his
family in 1975 and has lived in
Ft. White for the past 30 years.
He retired from the
University of Florida where he
was a maintenance supervisor
for IFAS. He was a long-time
member of Calvary Baptist
Church of Alachua. He enjoyed
all kinds of fishing (especially
with his sons). He had a special
affection for his horse, birds,
and dachshunds.
Survivors include his wife
of more than 60 years, Harriet
(Hattie') five sons, James Paul
.of Vero Beach, Lee Richard,
Robert Scott, and David
. Wayne, all of Ft. White, and
Michael Alan of St. Petersburg,
three sisters. Helen Bottino and


Dorothy Wilson of Brooklyn,
New York and Alice Carlin
of Bay Shore, New Yfark;
and one brother, Richard. of
Albrightville, Pennsylvania;
eight grandchildren and six.
great-grandchildren; and many
nieces and nephews.
ServiceswereheldatCalyary
Baptist Church of Alachua on
Saturday, September 6, 2008.
Pastor. Marty Basinger aind
Jack Mount officiated. Burial
followed at Ft. White Cemetery
with a military Honor Guard.
Arrangements under the
care of Milam Funeral and
Cremation Services, High
Springs.


Obituaries: The obituaries
in this section are considered
ne%\s and are published f&ee
of charge b i .inohcua Corut'
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Nim's Island on DVD


By KEES BOER
Today Entertainment Writer
Nim Rusoe (Abigail Breslin)
is a young girl who lives with
her father on a deserted island.
Her father, Jack Rusoe (Gerald
Butler) is on the island to do
research. Several years earlier,
his wife and Nim's mother
passed away during an accident
at sea. Nim is a huge fan of a
'character named Alex Rover,
a fictional hero, who is sort of
like an Indiana Jones travel
adventure type of character. The
books are written by an author
named Alex Rover,, too.
'One- day, Nim's father
goes out to sea to do research,
leaving Nim alone to take care
of the home. Their computer is
connected to the internet, and
on the other side of the world,
Alexandra Rover (Jodie Foster),
the author of the real Alex Rover
novels sits in her sanitized home
and is busy trying to figure out
a part of her next novel. She is
very concerned about hygiene
and terrified about everything
outside ofthe home. She doesn't
want to get anywhere near
anything that could contaminate
her with germs.
In the meantime, a typhoon
hits the island and causes major
problems, although Nim never
loses their electricity or their
internet connection. Alex's
father is out at sea during the
typhoon and has gotten into
serious problems. Most of his
ship is destroyed and he has no
way to get in touch with Nim.
Nim is able to contact Alex
Rover and pleads for her help.
At first Alex Rover doesn't
want to go, because the thought
of even walking out to the
street terrifies her. Rescuing a
little girl on the other side of
the world is beyond thinkable!
What is she going to do about
the little girl's pleas?
Nim's' Island is one of the


best films I've ever seen.
Children are many times
the very ones who are
forgotten. They have no
political power and are
the most vulnerable in the
world today. They are the
ones who are the victims
of war, hunger, and social
unrest. Anytime a film
comes that speaks on
behalf of children, I tend
to really like it.
The DVD comes with
a commentary with Jodie
Foster and Abigail Breslin
and a commentary with
the directors and writers of
the film. It also has three
making of featurettes and
several deleted scenes.
It's a great, film, arid
it's very 'family friendly.
I have no, reservations
recommending this film.
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shaken b\ the tragedN and devastation brought
about by hatred and evil. The events of
September 11, 2001, dramatically changed not
-.only the people of the United States, but,people-- .
around the w orld.
Foreign to most Americans at the time was the
k-ingular thought of an attack on American soil.
-'But all too quickIl the reality of those almost
.indescribable moments of terror hit home as
Terrorism w1as no longer a headline about a country
"thousands of miles away. Now Americans did
. indeed grasp, all too %well. what "terror" w\as truly
;-about as they grappled with what %was no longer
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The tremendous outpouring of grief and sorrow\
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the nation mourned the losses. Candles were lit
in remembrance and hope and flags were floi\n in
patriotic displays of unity..
Stories of the nearly 3,000 people w\ho died, the
thousands more who \\ere injured, the bravery and
courage exhibited by emergency personnel and
volunteers serve ed to not only inspire the country,
but to remind all of us, and the world, what has
remained constant throughout the history of the
United States.
It is the American spirit that emerged in the
aftermath of the attacks that reminds us w\hy
America is great. The strength. unity and caring
for our fellow man that somehow seems to get
lost in our daN to da\ lives, sprang forth stronger
than ever. It \\as that strength, that resolve that
prepared the country for the challenges that lay
ahead.
It is that same unity and resolve that continues
to sustain this country through the good and the
bad that may come. America has been blessed
with enormous freedoms and prosperity. But
:these blessings have not come without a price. We
're reminded that throughout our history, many
Americans have made the ultimate sacrifice by
giving their lives to protect our freedoms.
There is no doubt that today \\e face a different
world than we did seven years ago. But again,
what remains constant, unwavering and solid is the
American spirit that serves not only this country
* well, but other countries around the globe.
September 11 will always be remembered as
one of the greatest tragedies in America's history.
As Americans demonstrated in the days following
,September 11, it should also be remembered as a'
time that strengthened the fabric of this country
through resolve, patriotism and sacrifice.


Guest Editorial by Gene Levine, High Springs Resident


Can you imagine one night you meeting, our firefighters will not be
wake up to see your home is on allowed to enter anyone's burning
fire? You rush outside, turn and see home or business to see if a loved
your hopes, your dreams and all one may be trapped inside. Mr.
your worldly possessions rapidly Coughlin and the narrow-minded
going up in smoke. Far worse puppeteers who control him are,
however is the panic you're feeling regardless of the consequences, are
when you suddenly realize that bent upon saving taxpayers about
somewhere trapped ,.:,$1.50 a month by reducing
inside in that rapidly P ",.f the present 6.25 millage rate
spreading fire might to 6.025 mills.
be a loved one who I I'm not suggesting that
hadn't yet returned to some people on limited
when you went to incomes $1.50 a month
sleep that night. isn't a lot of money. What I
But, thank the Lord, am saying is let anybody's
you first hear and home catch fire with a loved
then finally see the one possibly trapped inside
fire engines racing and see if they still think the
toward your home. tax money they saved was
You rush up the Levine worth it. But by then it's too


lead firefighter who,
even before it stopped, has jumped
off the truck and as he swings into
action you point to your home
and shout, "I think my child may
still be inside!" To which the
fireperson replies, "Sorry M'am,
wish we could enter that inferno
but Commissioner Coughlin, when
he saved you about $20 per year
in taxes, took away the chance to
have enough certified firefighters
to enter your blazing home and
possibly save your child."
Even though none of our
firefighter would ever say that,
the reality is if Commissioner
Coughlin doesn't change his mind
at the Sept. 11 City Commission


late.
The Federal (OSHA)/State
Statute that controls firefighters
entering burning buildings is called
the "Two in Two out Rule."
Simply stated this rule allows
two well-trained, well-equipped,
certified firefighters to enter the
building to save lives provided
two more well-trained certified
firefighters are stationed outside
monitoring those inside, ready to
help if needed.
Our very professional High
Springs Fire Department needs
just one more firefighter to make
this life-saving Two in Two out
rule happen and Commissioner
Coughlin refuses to bend and


provide the funds to hire that
needed firefighter. At the recent
Sept. 4 commission meeting
where next year's millage rate
was discussed, looking directly at
Fire. Chief Rigall, Commissioner
Coughlin specifically stated that
he was against hiring another
firefighter.
Every resident who came before
the Commissioners to speak that
night, pleaded the Commissioners
vote to keep the present 6.25
millage rate because it provided the
funds for this additional firefighter.
All their pleas were in vain because
Commissioner Coughlin again and
again obstinately refused.to change
his stance to pass the 6.25 millage
rate. By his actions and statements,
Commissioner Coughlin is
apparently more concerned about
saving High Springs citizens about
$1.50 a month now, than one day
saving their lives.
Sadly, because a State mandated
statute governing millage rate
reform requires a unanimous
vote Commissioner Coughlin
is holding the Commission and
the City hostage forcing them to
meet the State millage rate voting
requirements.
Commissioner Coughlin There
is no right way to do a wrong thing.
Your voting to withhold funding
for that needed firefighter is wrong
and is not in the best interests of all
the constituents you represent.
# # #


High Springs Seniors make name for themselves

The Senior Citizens group that meets at the High


Springs Civic Center on Monday afternoon at one p.m.
have voted to be called "The B.C. Generation" (Before
Computers). Martha Keebler, who suggested the name
for the group, won the grand prize of a black T-shirt
printed with "Who Let The Hogs Out" and some hogs
on motorcycles a prize most would love to have.
Paul Salg
High Springs


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Alachua looks to host


key tournament


By CRAIG COX
Today Reporter
ALACHUA The City
of Alachua is vying to host
the 2010 Babe Ruth 'Softball
World Series, which could bring
millions of dollars into the local
economy.
Alachua is one of five
cities in the running to host the
division for children under 12
years old.
The city hosted the Bambino
World Series -- the male version
of the Babe Ruth World Series,
-- in 1992. Alachua was the
first city in Florida to host the
tournament.
The 1992 tournament
brought nine teams and
thousands of visitors into the
city, which filled 10 area hotels.
If Alachua gets the bid for
the 2010 tournament, the city
will host 14 teams and thousands
more visitors.
"I am just really excited
about this tournamentt" said
Recreation Director Hal
Brady. "This is a really good
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opportunity."
Alachua has a good chance
to win the bid, because the city
has hosted a world series and
state and regional finals in the
past, Brady said.
To hostthe tournament, cities
must pay $40,000 on top of other
preparation costs. The costs are
actually the responsibility of the
host organization, which is the
Santa Fe Babe Ruth program.
However, the City of
Alachua, the Alachua Chamber
of Commerce, the Gainesville
Sports Commission, Wal-Mart,
Sysco, Dollar General and
Santa Fe Ford have committed
to provide financial and in-kind
support for the tournament.
Officials are looking .to
hold the opening banquet in
High Springs to help unite the
communities.
"When the people of High
Springs and the people of
Alachua work together, we
really see the great things that
we can accomplish," Brady
said.
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excitementt about


dwarfismcalledAchondroplasia, not had the chance to see her
will swim in every event outside of her races, Deanna said
available for her class, her daughter is having a great
With one gold medal under time.
her belt, Uhl has four events "We cannot 'check her out'
left to race, and her best chance of the village, so, we can only
for another medal will come on see her at the cube," Deanna Uhl
Saturday when she swims the said. "She did toss her bouquet
400m freestyle, said Chris Oliver, that she received, with her gold
who coaches Uhl at Gator Swim medal to her eight year old sister,
Club in Gainesville. Sadie, in the stands at the cube.
In July, Uhl set new Sadie was thrilled!"
American and PanAmerican And Uhl has been
records in her class in the 200m overwhelmedwiththe excitement
individual medley, with a time from both the races and her
of 3:18.61, accordingto the U S--fiiends-and-family -- ---
Paralympics web site. "She had no idea she v on
Uhl also holds American the gold until she looked at the
records for the 200m and 400m scoreboard," Deanna Uhl said.
freestyle, the 400m individual. "And she has been getting a lot
medley, and the 100m and 50m of emails and text messages.
backstroke. Uhl's succcN., aloog ~n h
Deanna Uhl, Miranda's increased media coverage of
mother, said Miranda's hard the Olympic swimming team.
work is paying off, and her race is expected to boost the number
on Saturday is sure to be a close of swimmers at the Gator Sw\im
one.
"We could hot be more proud
of her," Deanna Uhl said. "All
her hard work and sacrifices have A A .RION
paid off. She really deserves the ANK
win!"
To. prepare for her record-
breaking swim, Uhl practiced 10
times each week, and she traveled
to Colorado Springs and Japan VffLg Citr
to continue her training before
arriving in Beijing Sept.' 2.
Although Uhl's parents have


The Hound of


the Baskervilles


opening Sept. 19


Special to Alachua County Today
HIGH SPRINGS -The High
Springs Community Theater
,is excited to announce its 5th
production of the 2008 Season.
The Hound' of the Baskervilles
adapted to the stage lby F.
Andre, Leslie from the novel
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is
perhaps the most famous of the
Sherlock Holmes' mysteries. It
combines a traditional detective
story genre with elements of
a Gothic tale. The many clues
of the detective case are made
even more interesting by the
possibility that an evil force
could be at work in ithe form
of a black hound, a hound so
fiendish that some fear it .is
supernatural. As it continues to
stalk and kill members of the
Baskerville family, Sherlock


t swimming at a
Club, Chris Oliver said.
USA Swimming is
anticipating its largest single-
year membership boost inhistory.
Past Olympics sparked between
a 5-percent and a 10-percent
increase in membership, and
officials said they hope to see
post-Beijing numbers. surpass
those marks, according to a press
release.
Gator Swim. Club, which
coaches everyone from amateurs
to Olympic trial athletes, is


Holmes is turned to for help.
The Hound of the'
Baskervilles opens on Sept. 19
and runs through Oct. 19. Show
times are Fridays-Saturdays at
8 p.m., and Sundays at 2 p.m.
Tickets are available at The
Coffee Clutch in High Springs
and The Framery in Lake City.
Tickets are also available
online using PayPal at www.
MyHSCT.com.
Ticket prices are $11 for all
performances. Senior citizens
pay $9 on Sundays only. A
combination dinner at The
Great Outdoors and theater
admission is $25. Please go to
above website for menu.
Please direct questions
to Director Dot Harvey at
'386-454-2907


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n all-time high
recognized by USA Swimming
as a Silver Medal Club, -- the
only one in North Florida to
achieve the status.
"The excitement surrounding
the sport of swimming, is
undoubtedly at an all-time high,"
said Chuck Wielgus, executive
director of USA Swimming. "We
absolutely expect that this sort of
excitement and exposure will
translate to membership growth
at our clubs across the nation."
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Community ii


mainstay for 1
all of the worldly possessions of people moving
west.- The wagon was so high that people thought
it would float.
"All of my worldly belongings were in my
restaurant, and I surely wanted it to stay afloat,"
Robertson said. I
Conestoga, which became Conestogas, was
the perfect name for what has become a nearly
perfect business. Artist Susanne Snapp painted a
portrait of the front of Conestogas in May 1992,
andRick chose to use her painting as the logo.
Less than a year after he moved into the 45-seat


CAIT DEERY/Alac/ta County Todayv
iDonna and Rick Robertson share a laugh
'while remembering their first years operating
Conestogas..


involvement a


the restaurant
building, however, the downtown redevelopment
board decided to remodel the street to look like
downtown Fernandina Beach, so construction
crews tore up the road, leaving Conestogas with
no front entrance.
Robertson did the best he could with the
single back entrance, but his business dwindled,
and he held on for a bumpy ride.
"That was a rough time," he said. "I had already
borrowed almost $15,000 from my parents, and
my wife had to borrow $3,000 from her parents.
But I knew I had no one to blame if the business
failed, so I had to make it somehow."
Although Conestogas had a rocky beginning,
Robertson's restaurant has expanded to hold
nearly 200 customers.
About 50 employees traverse the restaurant,
offering the diners a friendly smile and caring
service.
"I want my customers to be taken care of
like I want to be taken care of when I go to a,
restaurant," Robertson said. "We can offer them
a smile and listen to their problems if they have
any.,"
But customers are not always friendly, and
Robertson said he is glad to be his own boss so he
can get away from the occasional rude person.
"It gets a little bit difficult when I'm working
55 or 60 hours a week and a customer gets
rude with me," he said.'"But it's the occasional
comment I get from appreciative customers that
really keeps me going."
'And Robertson appreciates the community
that supports his businesses so much that he has
devoted between 10-percent and 15-percent of
his income to the communityeach year.
"This town has been great to me, and I've tried
to give back to it through the churches, schools
and people," he said. "I felt like the important
thing was to be a part of the community. That's
the w ay I became successful for the last 20 years,
and that's the way I plan to stay
successful for the next 20."
To usher in the next 20 years
of business,. Conestogas will be
rolling back the prices of its top
five sellers to the prices about 10
years ago.

y Ticket From Sept.,15 to Sept. 20,
customers will receive a free slice
y, .of anniversary cake withtheir;
*j(. -, meals. and e~ei night custoiiiers
i ll be able to win a gift basket.
On Saturday, a grand prize
drawing will be held for a
gift basket along ivith a $250
Conestogas gift certificate.'
S"This is just my way of saying
thank you to the customers and
the community that keep my
business running," he said.
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from 6-9 p.m. Floyd's will have a dunk tankto dunk Mike (Floyd's owner) & other local
celebrities to raise money in honor of those who died in 9/11.

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HIGH SPRINGS BUDGET: An budget tonight
ContinuedfrompageAl Another budgethearing tonight


puts the town of under 5,000
people in'a bind.
Under Amendment One, a
voter-adopted mandate, and other
state rules,. High Springs must
reduce its property tax (millage)
rate to 6.05 mills unless the entire
commission agrees to raise it.'
But High Springs Commissioner
Bill Coughlin said he would not
support a millage rate of 6.25, the
rate currently in effect in High
Springs.
In a town with a $6.4 million
budget, there seems to be little fat
to trim. Several of Coughlin's
fellow commissioners took issue
'withthis resistance to maintaining
the current millage rate.
Commissioner -- Kirk.
Eppenstein said he was.concerned
that the tight budget would
limit the city's ability to remain
competitive with employee
salaries.
"Our employees have to pay
groceries at the same grocery
store that we do.
."They have to pump gas at
the same gas stations thatwe do,"
he said.
C. commissioner. Jim Gabriel
said he was concerned the lack
of funding would result in lost
mnvesiments the citN has made
in impro\ ing the town Se eral
residents seemed to have agreed.
"When you took your oath of


office..... [you] took: an oath that
said [you were pledging yourself]
to work for the city, not a couple
of people who are backward
thinking, narrow-minded citizens
who really want to advance their
own.agenda," said Gene Levine.
After lengthy discussion and
numerous citizens speaking about
budget woes, Heather Clarich,
another resident, pleaded with
Coughlin to bend.
"You, a single individual,
are taking the entire community's
welfare into your hands.
"There are so many issues and
so many little things and we've
heard... so many compromises
tonight.
"But that two ini-two out is
such a large thing.
"This is people's lives......
It's everything we work for."
. "It makes me very emotional
to think that a tenth of a millage
rate is going to cause you
(Coughlin) to lay down your law
to make you say we're not going
to get one more firefighter," said
Clarich.
But Coughlin countered
Clarich, saying, "We have a
budget $6.4 million.
"The fact that it has to come
down to Wa-44.000 firefighter is
unfortunat'1.
"I under.Ltand your
concern...


"But if we don't startbringing
it back, we'll be raising taxes year
after year after year.
There are a lot of
opportunities to make reductions
in this budget," Coughlin argued.
Speaking frankly, Coughlin
told Clarich, "Now I'll be up for
election again in two years.
"Go down there and make
your choice," he concluded.
A small handful of citizens
endorsed Coughlin's idea. of
rolling the millage back to
6.05 as .required when there's
not a unanimous vote by the
commission to do otherwise.
The vast majority of the citizens
speaking Thursday, however,
said they would gladly pay
the increased taxes and fees to
maintain their quality of service.
The commission ultimately
voted with Coughlin because they
had little choice. Commissioner
Gabriel was the lone holdout.
Commissioners Eppenstein and
Byran Williams both said they
were voting for the 6.05 mills
with great reluctance. The vote
last week provided budgeting
direction to City Manager Jim
Drumm. A budget hearing is
scheduled for Thursday night
(Sept. 11) at 6:30 p.m. at High -
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Worthless
Check x8


Gene
Moore
Black Male,
3/11/66
5'11", 201 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Indecent
Exposure,
Trespassing


Victor
Lamar White
Black Male,
11/24/81
5'06", 220 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Possession of
Cocaine with
Intent to Sell,
Writ of Bodily
Attachment


Nicholas
McLocklin
White Male,
6/2/86
6'00", 160 Ibs
Brown Hair

Currently
wanted for:
VOP Grand
Theft


Travis (Tarvis)
Lamont Hale
Black Male,
02/18/179
5'10", 165 lbs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Battery,
Criminal
Mischief, Writ.
of Bodily
Attachment


KICKle Nelson
Keith
White Male,
04/30/53
5'10", 200 Ibs
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Pass Forged
Bank Note


Leroy
Garris
Black Male,
04/02/50
5'07", 180 lbs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Violation of
Pre-Trial
Release for
Domestic
Violence x5


Robert E.
Albert
White Male,
5'10",
12/30/69
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Grand Theft


Freddie Lee
Mobley
Black Male,.
11/02/54
6'01",' 165 .Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Possession of
Cocaine,
Possession of
Narcotic
Paraphernalia


Jimmie R.
Anderson
Black Male,
5'06", 7/9/64
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Contributing
to the
Delinquency
of a Minor


Willie C.
Sharp
Black Male,
5'10",
7/22/74
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Possession of a
Controlled
Substance
without
Prescription,
Possession of
Cocaine


Jeffery L.
Bozman
Black Male,
5'06",
7/24/63
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Civil order of
arrest


What should I do?


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If you know the


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


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


Review the pictures above.


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ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY RELIGION THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2008


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The power to


The story of the death of
Saint James and the capture of
Saint Peter is told in Acts 12:1,
f.f. Rome's king, Herod, who,
had been an enemy of the Jews,
to please them, sacrifices the
Christians. .Peter's imprisonment
came at the time of the
Passover, undoubtedly ;".. *'
reminding him, not '
onlyofChrist'spassion .t.
and resurrection, but I :
of his own frailty and
his. denial of Jesus.
Peter probably was
'thinking that Jesus' .
prophecy for him was
about to be fulfilled: ': .
"Hereafter thou shalt
follow me."
The number of THE VEN
guards assigned to LEAS
Peter shows how Ali Saints
much Herod feared Church', G
his influence. The A paris
parts of the prisoner Christian
and the tyrant are Chi
often reversed; Peter
is at peace and the
tyrant trembles when he is in their
clutches. Behind the scenes, a
purpose was working,, mightier
than all human force. Herod plots
Peter's death, while God wills
the preservation of Peter and the
death of the murderer. Another
view of spiritual force working to
counteract physical force is given
in the statement of the unceasing
prayer of the Church on Peter's
behalf. "God can .refuse nothing
to a praying Church." "One true
prayer can strike down the whole
power of hell; why not Herodwith
his sixteen soldiers? "
Peter sleeps like a child in
the strong arms of a father; in his
distress he has flung himself on
God, and rests-and Divine love
watches with all the tenderness
of the parent's, heart. The angel
delivering Peter was a minister of
God. All agents and instruments
may be considered Divine which
are set in motion by.Divine power
and love to meet the need of the
hour. This also includes the
shining light that accompanied the


angel's visit. The light is in the
heart, expressing the joy which
comes from surrendering the soul
to God and being conscious of His
presence.
The angel tells Peter, "Arise
quickly!" and the chains fell from
Peter's hands. For
the 'word of the
Lord, no iron is
too hard and no
stone too strong-
there are worse
prisons than those
of stone. With the
command, "Gird
thyself, and bind
on thy sandals,"
the power to obey,
comes. This all
. JOHN E. happens as in a
SURE dream, occurring
sAnglican when swift help
mainesville. and wondrous
h of the deliverance come
Episcopal by the Divine hand.
urch "When the Lord
turned again the
captivity ofZion, we
were as them that dreamed. They
move through the first and second
guard, .to the iron gate leading into
the city, which opens of its own
accord; the street is reached, and
the angel departs.
Peter knows that God has'
acted for his deliverance from the
hands of his 'enemies. That is a


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Hand of God. So ends a
of apostolic history. Fro:
get the following lessons
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Alachua church of Christ
14505 NW 145th Avenue
Sunday Bible Classes 9:30 a.m.
Assembly at 10:30 a.m.
Evening Service 6 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Class 7 p.m.
Ministers: Gene Burgett & Lany Pahman
(386) 462-3326

Corinth Baptist Church
5577. NW 290 Street, Newberry
Pastor Henry M. Rodgers
(352) 472-7770 or (352) 495-2510
Sunday: Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning
Worship 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.


W 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.fiistpresalachua.org

Hare Krishna Temple
Iternmaional Society for Krishna
Consciousness (ISKCON)
Founder Acarya His Divine (race
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
3 miles north ofAlachua on State Road 235
. Sunday Services 4:15-7 p.m.: Lecture,
meditation, chanting, and free vegetarian
feast O1entothepublic. (386)462-2017

Living Hope in Christ
Outreach Ministries
615 Martin Luther King Boulevard
High Springs
Hour of Power Sunday 9 a.m.,
Sunday School 10 a.m.,
Morning Worship 11 a.m.;
1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays
Evening Services 4 p.m.;
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m.;
Bible Study Thursday 10 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Street Ministry every 4th Saturday
10 a.m. Location to be announced.
E-mail Livinghopeinchristom@yahoo.com
Pastor Larry Cannady, Sr.'
(386) 454-4169 Fax (386) 454-3569
"Eliminating All Excuses
for Coming to Christ"


" 11il iaint uiglican Cburdl
Aparish ofthe ChristianEpiscopal lair-h
Where worship is our central act
Where the apostolic tradition is upheld
Where we kneel to pray
* Where worshipful music is the standard
Where traditional liturgy, is the norm
Where the Holy Scriptures
are proclaimed ,
Where a prayerful and quiet
atmosphere is provided
Where traditional values are taught
Where we seek to proclaim a risen
Savior in our daily life and work
Come Join Us
Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Sunday 10:30 a.m.
and other special services as announced.
8100 SW Archer Road (Shrine Club)
(352) 317-5757 www.AllsaintsXnEC.org


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

HIGH SPRINGS CHURCH
5OF CHRIST
520 NE Santa Fe Boulevard
Bible Classes forAllAges 9:30 anm.
Worship 10:30 am.
Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Classes 7 p.m.
highspringscofc@alltel.net
Minister: Wayne Rodgers (386)454-2930


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ext. 9503
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North Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
25330 NWCR239 (1/4 mi north of CR236)
(386)462-3317 edwin3441@cox.net
Rev. Edwin A. Gardner, Pastor
Sun. Breakfast 9:30 aim; Sun. School 9:45 am.;
Worship 10:45 am.; Spanish Sunday School 2:30
p.m.; Spanish worship 3:30 p.m.; Spanish Supper
4:30 pm.; Choir Rehearsal 5 pn.m.; Evening Service
6 p.m; Weds. Bible Study 7 pn.
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CHRISTIAN FAMILY WORSHIP
CENTERAND BIBl COLLEGE
Elder Cynthia Washington, Pastor'
220 NEFirst Avenue, P.O. Box 2187 -
High Springs, FL 32655
Bible Study Wed. 7 p.m; Sundays Pastoral
Teaching 9:30 a.m., Morning Worship I1 a.m,
Church: (386) 454-2367 Cell: (352) 871-0201


Foundation Chapel Church
of God by Faith
Sunday: Sunday School 10 p.m.; Mid-Day
Worship 11:30 am.; Children's Church 6 p.m.;
Evening Worship 6 p.m.; Tuesday: YSB 7 p.m.
Wednesday: Outreach Fellowship Dinner
6 p.m.; General Prayer Service 7:30 p.m.
13220 NW 150th Avenue, Alachua
Pastor Willie J. McKnight, Sr. 462-25491


Service Times
Sunday 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Youth Service Wed. 7:30 p.m.
Senior Pastors: Edwin & Angela Anderson
386-454-1563
www.impactfamilychurch.com
16710NW US 441 Between High Spriigs & Alachua


New Oak Grove Baptist Church
SundaN School 10a.m.. Worship II am.
Eening Serx ice 6 p.m.
Wednesday Fellow ship Meal 6 p.m.
Prayer Mig Bible SrudN 7 p m
RAs. GAs & Students 7 p.m.
Nurser Pro\ ided
Terrn Eli\son. Jr. Pastor
386-462-33W9) 18105 NW- 262 A enue



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


christian cLife fellowshipp
Assembly of God,
Contemporary WorshipMinistry AllAges
Sunday: SS 9:30 amn/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.ore


Grace Community Church (PCA)
ANew Church in WestemAlachua County
Pastor Ty Keys .
New Location: 25705 SW 15 Avenue in
Newberry Elementary School Cafeteria
(352)472-9500
Wrship: -Sunday 9 am. Nursery provided.
Forinfo goto www.gacecommunityPCA.org
Reaching Out with the Love ofChrist by Lyfing Up
the Name of Christ-Come hear the Doctrines ofGrace


[Legac9 baptist C.hurch
StSunday Services at The Alachua Women's
Club, 255 S. Main St., Alachua
Children's Sunday School -9:30 am
( iurihL Ser'. i. 10:30 am
Family. Bible Study- 6:30 pm
Pastor John Jemigan (386)454-5529
www.legacybaptistchurch.org

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 a.m.-1st, 2nd, 3rd Sunday
Quarterly 11 am. 4th Sun. Birthday Rally
Service; Tuesday Evening 7 p.m. Prayer
.Meeting & Bible Study

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


St. Bartholomew's .'
Episcopal Church List your Place of
A.4nglican Tradition ..Worship
Sunday) Sen ices at 10 a.m. here
105 NW 2nd St. i nex\ door Call (386) 462-3355
to High Springs Cirt Hall) ext. 9503
Father Da id Kidd for more information.
3('6 1 4544-98 i 2


St. Luke A.M.E. Church
Wednesday- 7:00 P.M. Family Study
Sunday Services 9:45 a.m. Church School
11 a.m. Morning Worship
Rev. James R. Watkins, Pastor
Theme: "Knowing and Growing"
14950 Martin Luther King Blvd/Hwy 441
386.4622732(church) 386.462.4396 (Fax)
stlukeamechurch@alltel.net


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


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nd that is in the trial of fire is proved more
hat causes precious than the gold which
eitherr for perisheth. "Count it all joy when
ached the ye fall into divers temptations. "
irpose. (2) Brotherly love in affliction,
ited with in watching and waiting power of
s led from soul in rest and endurance; Divine
ldiers into power in healing and saving-
brethren, these are the fruits and energies
h. And which come from persecution:
n, praying these the "precious pearls for
y find it which men dive in sorrow's sacred
lieve. As stream."'
ig on the '. (3) The arms and defenses of
i't believe the Church against its foes are:
unflinching courage in witness,
)king till calm patience in suffering,
door and unwearied urgency in prayer..
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bids them lessons to heart, as we find rest in
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C + FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF ALACHUA
CFhellouwshiP IMPAC hING One Block east of Main Street in Alachua
C h u rch .. ... -....(386) 462-1337
Contemporary Praise & Worship Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Bible Study 10:45 a.m.,Worship
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. & 11 a.m.
16916NWUSHwy441,HighSprings Wednesday: 6 7:30 p.m. Children's Ministries, Youth Activities
386-454-1700 www.FeUowshipOnline.org arid Choir Rehearsal 6:15-7:15 p.m. Mid-Week Bible Study


First United Methodist Church
Hwy 441 S., High Springs
Sunday School: 10 a.m.,
Contemporary Worship: 8:45 a.m.,
Traditional Worship: 11 a.m.,
Youth Fellowship: 5p.m.
Wed. Youth Fellowship 6:45 p.m.
Church offers transportationto & from services.
Youth/Childrens Director: Holly Erskine
Richard Stauffer, Pastor (386) 454-1255


Sunday Worship 10-30 AM
Pastor Leonard R.Traina 13521214-4462
Web: www.newlifecommunitychapel.org


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a 386-496-2851 for further'
d information.
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY
CITY COMMISSION
ARCHER, FLORIDA

Notice is hereby given that the
proposed ordinance, whose
title hereinafter appears, will
be considered for adoption on
the 22nd day of September
2008, at the Regular City
Commission meeting starting at
7:00 PM, or as soon thereafter
as may be heard, in the City
Commission auditorium at
City Hall, 401 West Main
Street. Archer Florida. A
copy of said ordinance may be
inspected by any member of
the public at the Office of the
City Manager, at the above
address. All interested parties
may appear and be heard
with respect to the proposed
ordinance.

ORDINANCE NO. 14-2008

AN ORDINANCE OF
THE CITY OF ARCHER,
FLORIDA ESTABLISHING
PROVISIONS FOR A
FEE SCHEDULE FOR
VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION
APPLICATIONS OF
TEN ACRES OR MORE;
PROVIDING FOR
AMENDMENT OF FEES
BY RESOLUTION;
ESTABLISHING THAT ALL
FEES AND COST BE BORNE
BY THE APPLICANT;
PROVIDING FORA WAIVER
OF FEES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

NOTE: "Be advised that any
person who decides to appeal
any decision made by the
City Commission, it's Boards,
Committees, Agencies,
Authorities, etc., with respect


to any matter considered at
such meeting (or hearing),
will need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for
such purposes, may need
to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings
is made, which includes the
testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based." (References section
286.0105, Florida Statutes).

(Published: Alachua County
Today September 11, 2008)
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
A-1 TOWING SVCIAUTO
REPAIRS gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles
on 10/7/2008, 11:00 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.

2G2WP552671152932
2007 PONTIAC

(Published: Alachua County
Today September 11, 2008)
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
A-1 TOWING SVCIAUTO
REPAIRS gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles
on 10/02/2008, 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.

1GCGG29R7X1062572
1999 CHEVROLET

(Published: Alachua County
Today September 11, 2008)
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CICRUIT,
IN AND FOR ALACHUA
COUNTY, FLORIDA

IN RE: The Name Change of
Casey Deanne Hinebaugh,
Petitioner/Mother

Case No.: 01 08 DR2154
Division: M

NOTICE OF ACTION

To: Shane Edward Loggins,
6008 SE 156 Terrace,
Hawthorne, FL 32609.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed against
you and that you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Casey
Deanne Hinebaugh -whose
address is 205 SE 26 Terrace,
Gainesville, FL 32641 on
or before October 3, 2008
and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at P.O. Box
600, Gainesville, FL 32602
before service on Petitioner
or immediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
petition.

Copies of all court
documents in this case,
including orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office., You may
review these documents upon
request.

You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current address
(You may file Notice of Current
Address, Florida Supreme
Court Approved Family Law
Form 12.915). Future papers
in this lawsuit will be mailed to
the address on record at the
clerk's office.

WARNING: Rule 12 285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and information.


Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal
or striking of pleadings.

Dated: August 19, 2008

J.K. "BUDDY" IRBY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT

By: Deputy Clerk

If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding,,
you are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Persons
with a disability who need
any accommodation in order
to participate should call Jan
Phillips, ADA Coordinator,
Alachua County Courthouse,,
201 E. University Ave.,
Gainesville, FL 32601 at
(352) 337-6237 within two (2)
working days of your receipt of
this notice; if you are hearing
impaired call (800) 955-8771;
if you are voice impaired, call
(800) 955-8770.

(Published: Alachua
County.Today -August 28,
September 4, 11, 18, 2008)
SIGNS & BANNERS


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY
CITY COMMISSION
ARCHER, FLORIDA

Notice is hereby given that the
proposed ordinance, whose
title hereinafter appears, will
be considered for adoption on
the 22nd day of September
2008, at the Regular City
Commission meeting starting at
7:00 PM, or as soon thereafter
as may be heard, in the City
Commission auditorium at
City Hall, 401 West Main
Street. Archer Florida. A
copy of said ordinance may be
inspected by any member of
the public at the Office of the
City Manager, at the above
address. All interested parties
may appear and be heard
with respect to the proposed
ordinance.


ORDINANCE NO. 15-2008
AN ORDINANCE BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF
THE CITY OF ARCHER,
SETTING THE TAX MILLAGE
AT $4.50 PER $1,000 FOR
THE CITY OF ARCHER
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
BEGINNING OCTOBER
1, 2008; PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

NOTE: "Be advised that any
person who decides to appeal
any decision made by the
City Commission, it's Boards,
Committees, Agencies,
Authorities, etc., with respect
to any matter considered at
such meeting (or hearing),
will need a record of the
proceedings, and, that, for
such purposes, may need
to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings
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based." (References section
286.0105, Florida Statutes).
(Pub.: Alachua County Today
September 11, 2008)

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Drivers Needed. Growing
Special Car Haul Division.
21 days out, 7 days home.
Top Pay. Great Benefits.
Call John @ Waggoners
(912)571-9668.
No Truck Driver Experience-
No Problem. Wil-Trans
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Need CDL-A & 3 mos recent
OTR (877)258-8782 www.
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Helper for disabled woman
needed for 2hrs every morning.
Duties include dressing,
breakfast, light cleaning.
352-372-6566
Pipe Layer / Tail Man
Needed for Water, Storm &
Sewer Utilities
DFWP Exp. A Must. M-F
Apply within 6327 NW 123rd
Place Gainesville, FL
(386) 462-1115
Experienced masons
wanted. Must have tools
and transportation. Call
352-376-5314


Independent sales
representative; Copy Center
products and services. Make
own hours. Non-exclusive
territories. Furnished
leads. Straight commission
plus generous bonuses.
Unlimited earnings potential.
Highsprings copycenter. corn
(386)-454-0001



INDEPENDENT SALES
REPS WANTED
Marketthe only multi-functional
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accounts with the average
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MAILORDEROPPORTUNITY
GUIDE! Name, Address, Zip
and $3 S/H to Emmer: 1903D
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Spotless Cleaning
Housesland Small Businesses.
We are fast and efficient. We
also do Pressure Washing and
minor repairs.
Call Kathi for a free estimate.
386-454-1876


Pregnant? Considering
adoption? A successful
educated woman seeks
to adopt, and needs your
help! Will be a loving full-
time mom. Financial


security. expenses paid. aaii
Lisa. (800)900-2980, pin 00.
FL Bar# 0150789.





Round Russell, 850 Ibs,
Net Wrap, $55.
Square Russle, 55 Ibs, $5
All well fertilized, 2008
cutting.
Call Bill McCall
912-655-7892 or
Billmccll@yahoo.com






35+ Acres from $34,900 First
Come, First ServedSaturday,
October 4, 2008 Southern
Colorado ranches Excellent
financing available Call for
your private property tour
(866)696-5263 x4576.
STEAL MY MARSHFRONT
Owner sacrifice!!! Drop dead'
gorgeous Marshfront. My
neighbor paid $389,900. I'll
sell mine for less than the
bank repo's. My six figure loss
is your gain. $229,900. Call:
(888)306-4734.
Lakefront living at its finest.
Homesites available, nestled
in the mountains of NC along
150 miles of shoreline. 30%
discounts for limited time
(800)709-LAKE.
Rocky Mountain Log Cabin
35+ Acres w/ Log cabin
$289,900 Access to 1,000's
acres of Federal Rec. Land.
Private setting w/ Pondetosa
Pines. Minutes to world- class
fishing & hunting. 1 Hour to


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with great view, very private,
big trees, waterfalls & large
public lake nearby, $49,500
call now (866)789-8535.
South Carolina low country
Hunting/Recreation Tracts
for sale. Close to 1-95 in
Bamberg CO. Peaceful/
secluded and loaded with
deer, turkey, hogs and timber
value too. 42ac-85ac-120ac-
235ac-500ac-730ac- all
on the Little Salkahatchie
river. Roads, game plots,
stands new Ready to hunt.
Priced below market!! Call


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Lake. Call Lakeside Realty @
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Available Now Furnished 2
bedroom 2 bath singlewide.


on 6 secluded acres, close
to 75 on-ramp. Fresh paint,
new vinyl and AC system.
$650/mo. 1 year lease,
deposit. Credit/Employment
checks. 352-226-7052 or
352-475-2840


Waterfront 1 BR Adjacent
to state park and river, close
to shopping ; Quiet and
safe. Mature individuals with
references, call 352 318 4602
or 386 454 7562.


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down 20 years @ 8% apr. Buy,
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(800)366-9783 Ext 5798.
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community with waterfront
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METAL ROOFING. Buy direct
from manufacturer. Over
20 colors in stock, several
profiles to choose from.
Quick turnaround. Delivery
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Multi Family Yard Sale
Saturday, September 13.
8am-1 pmi
Cinnamon Hill Estates, High
Springs.
Follow Signs!
Spring Ridge (386)454-3853,
This Saturday, 8-4
Full-Wall Enteitainment
Center, Holds 50".
150 GallPn Reef-Ready
Aquarium setup. Hand
carved Full-Sized Doors,
with Spanish style. Ceramic
Kiln.
Gator Items. Much More.
Garage Sale & Furniture
Sale!
OutofC&R
Produce, off of 441,
Armoires, Desks, Tables,
Chairs & Other
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Beautiful custom brick 2405sf 3BR 3BA, luxury master suite,
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acres. Pond, pasture, oaks, 2 pole bams, workshop, no deed
th- restrictions round off this nice package. $349,000 MLS#296132
CO= Serving the community since 1979


Talk aboul a solid foundation. Concrete block,
metalroof, 1186sf& priced to sell. Perfect forthefirst time
buyer or the investor, 3BR IBAhas been redone inside &
out & is ready for you. $119,900 MLS#294529
Hammer out your dreams here! Charm &
personality galore in this vintage/historic cracker style
home with spacious porches, large oaks plus 2 extra lots
to enjoy or sell. $174,900 M ILS#295092
Good Life Community of Alachua. Quaint 60's
built concrete block 3BR 2BA with basement. You can
split the 1.3 acres to build another home. Asweet deal at
$182,000. MLS#294522
iOmIE WITH ACRTEAGE
Southern comfort in this 2BR 2BA with home
office. Wood floors and carpet in bedrooms. Oversized
garage for workshop and toy storage. All on 2.5 rolling
acres. $175,000 MLS#295085


1948 3BR 1BA home on 6.5 acres and NO Deed
Restrictions. Relax on the screened in porch & enjoy
country living at its best. This really is convenient,
country living! $179,900 MLS#289375
Tree lover delight 5 acres to enjoy the 8 varieties
of trees, lush lawn, great for horses or gardening.
Charming 2BR 2BA, spacious, 3 sets of French doors to
screened lanai, tile floors, barn for the horses or storage.
$249,900 MLS#281018
Here it is, your own 3BR 2BA concrete block
home on gorgeous 5+ acre estate. Great location
in homes only subdivision, private and close to all the
conveniences. $279,000 MLS#287380
Immaculate home on 5 acres with walnut
floors, Corian counters, seamless sink, SS appliances
located between Alachua & High Springs. $299,000
MLS#287201


Nestled in a beautiful rustic setting on 3 acres
" is this spacious 4BR 2BA 2052sf DWMH offering 2
separate living rooms, kitchen ideal for entertaining,
new countertops, and a study in the master bedroom.
$149,L999 MS#292802
VACAfNT LAND
7.84 acres on hard road only 5 minutes from
beautiful downtown Alachua. Excellent soil perfect&
for crops, hay or livestock. Large oaks surround part of
property. $99,900 MLS#288343
Bring your tube, boat and fishing rod. This
heavily wooded parcel will bring you lots of seclusion
and privacy. Camp, build or bring in a mobile home.
$18,000 MLS#292898
Great location for you and your horses. Two
5 acre lots on 94th Avenue in an area of site built and
mobile homes. Each lot has its own character or combine
them both for a great 10 acre parcel. $99,900 each
MLS#291836


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