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Police chief nets


By GLENN COINE
Today Reporter
. HIGH SPRINGS High Springs
Police Chief Jim Troiano will receive
a 24-hour unpaid suspension after an
outside investigation found that he
had violated several city policies.
Questions of appropriate tone,
language and professional conduct
were the issues that prompted


High Spri
City Manager
Drumm to hire
independent ag
to investigate w
happened dur
two July 14 ph
conversation
between Troi
and Alachua Cou
Sheriff's Office


ALACHUA Newberry running
back Chris Gillyard finished with 176
yards and three touchdowns on 30
carries as the Panthers edged Santa Fe
Z!-14 in the season-opener for both
teams on Friday night.
An overflow crowd at Raider
Field watched the Panthers (1-0) win


unpaid suspension
ngs Kelly Amerson.
Jim Holly A. Dincman from the law
an firm of Coppins, Monroe, Adkins and
gent Dincman, P.A., who conducted the
vhat investigation, returned her findings
ring r -i ll to the city Aug. 31. Dincman didn't
one agree that Troiano reacted with a
n s H "Mel Gibson-like tirade," as Amerson
ano. Troiano originally described when she
inty TROIANO:
grants administrator Continued on page A6


to give all the credit to my offensive
line," said Gillyard, who also played
some quarterback and completed the
one pass he threw for 37 yards. "It is
never a one-man show. I have to step
up and be a leader and I have to do
whatever it takes to win."
The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Gillyard


threatening in the closing seconds of
the opening half as quarterback D.L.
Powell completed a pass to Chris
Shaeffer. However, as Shaeffer made
his way down to the Newberry 20-
yard line, Panthers' defender Byron
FOOTBALL:
Continued on page A5


Gun appears to be a toy
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Photo special to Aiachua County Today
A Mebane Middle School student was arrested
Tuesday morning after bringing an orange-tipped BB
gun to campus.

Mebane teen brings


gun to school


By BRYAN BOUKARI
Today Reporter
ALACHUA The
student who brought a BB
gun to school on Tuesday
is facing severe punishment
according to the School
Board of Alachua County's
(SBAC) student code of
conduct.
The female eighth-
grader at Mebane Middle


Schoolwillberecommended
for expulsion, SBAC
spokeswoman Jackie
Johnson said Wednesday.
The punishment also
calls for a mandatory
10-day suspension. The
recommendation for
expulsion will be made to
a hearing officer who will
GUN:
Continued on page A5


Two killed



in head-on



collision


By AVANTI JOHNSON
Today Reporter
COLUMBIA COUNTY
- Two High Springs men
are dead after one attempted
to pass a bicyclist on U.S.
Highway 441 Saturday
afternoon, resulting in a
head-on collision.
According to a Florida
Highway Patrol (FHP)


report, Troy E. Bond, 49,
was traveling south on
U.S. 441 when he crossed
the center line to pass a
bicyclist also traveling
south. Bond's 1993 Ford
Ranger XLT struck a 1997
Ford F-150 traveling north,
driven by Allan Delroy
Witt, 71.
COLLISION:
Continued on page A5


Music, games kick off


new school year
Christ Central
of. Alachua's Verge
Student Ministries
partnered with
local Fellowship of
Christian Athletes
chapters to provide
an exciting event to
ju~pstart the school
year for over 150
students.
. 'Live music,
games, food, and
giveaways were all Photo special to Alachua County Today
awart of the evening. Students line up as Verge Staff throw out free Verge Student
, Two luckyMinistries sunglasses.
strtents walked Alachua Police Chief Joel DeCoursey
away with Justin Beiber tickets and an was on hand and noted that it was an
iPod Touch. excellent entertainment event for young
people.


McCormick to be inducted in

Florida FFA Hall of Fame
STAFF REPORT
Alachua County Today
HAINES CITY Fenwick D. "Mac"
McCormick is among those to be inducted
into the Florida FFA Hall of Fame.Al
McCormick, a former teacher at Santa Fe
High School, was an agriculture teacher and
FFA advisor in Levy County and Alachua
County for 10 years before joining the
Florida Department of Education in 1971.
After 16 years as a regional supervisor of
agricultural education McCormick served
as director of vocational-technical and adult
education in Marion County schools for
another 16 years before retiring in 2003. He
earned his bachelor's and master's degree in
agriculture from the University of Florida
and also served two years in the U.S. Army.
MCCORMICK: McCormick
Continued on page A5


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High school football takes


center stage Newberry edges Santa Fe


Photo courtesy DONNIE WATSON PHOTOGRAPHY/Special to Alachua County Today
The Newberry'High School Panthers narrowly won in the season-opener against rivals Santa Fe High School
Raiders Friday night.
By CLIFF OLSEN their fifth straight meeting with the opened the scoring with a 29-
Special to rival Raiders (0-1). yard touchdown run just 1:19 into
Alachua County Today "My team did great and I have the second quarter. Santa Fe was


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INSIDE

ALACHUA

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TODAY...


CLASSIFIEDS...B3
EVENTS....... A3
JOBS...........B3
MOST WANTED B1
OPINIONS..... A4
PUZZLE ........B6
RELIGION......B2


Information appearing
in this listing comes
from the Alachua County
Sheriff's Office daily jail
log as provided to Alachua
County Today.
All individuals are
presumed innocent until
proven guilty. Individuals
listed on this page may be
cited and released or placed
under custodial arrest.
Information provided
is believed to be accurate,
however not guaranteed.
Most abbreviations have
been left as provided to
maintain the accuracy of
the log.

Last name, First name,
DOB, Charges, Agency


Booking:
. Archie,
7/28/1986,
Flee/elude
concealed,
ASO


Sept. 02, 2010
Markeith,
Inhouse VOP -
police, carrying
obstructing justice,


Bell, Thelma, 9/12/1964,
Inhouse battery, ASO
Bender, Mariah, 7/7/1975,
FTA worthless checks, ASO
Brown, Lisa Renee,
7/21/1969, VOP DWLS 1st
off, ASO
Coffman, Shannon,
8/14/1975, Petit theft. GPD
Collins, Matthew,
5/20/1990, Give false name to
LEO, trespass property, GPD
Copeland, Justin James,
10/14/1990, Smuggle contra
into facility, FTA DWLSR 2nd
off, marjiuana poss < 20g, drug
equip poss and /or use, ASO
Corkery, Vance, 5/22/1963,
lJI prop dam, harm public
servent, FHP
Cruz, Eric, 11/13/1991,
Burglary, grand theft, resist w/o
violence, GPD
Dalessio, Robert,
12/5/1955, Condition release
vio, pretrial release, cond vio
dom viol, ASO
Fairley, Pamela, 1/10/1969,
Hillborough Co. VOP deliver a
controlled sub., ASO
Farrell, Michael, 9/22/1987,


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Inhouse U1)111, refuse to sign cit
x2, DWLSR. ASO
Files, Gregory, 1/3/i1 .
VOP alcohol, DUI, or drugs,
ASO
Fletcher, Cheryinn Bree,
4/10/1972, Inhouse attach reg
plate not assigned, ASO
Glover, Quinton,
7/20/1982,-1I .... ll.:n to elude
LEO, DWLS, marji poss < 20g,
ASO
Grant, Keith, 1/24/1974,
Inhouse DWLSR 1st off, ASO
Guyton, LaKenya,
3/21/1976, Inhouse petit theft,
ASO
Hall, Christopher,
9/3/1982, Viol of pre-trial rel,
burgl, iff use of cocaine, ASO
Hall, William, 1/16/1976,
Inhouse worthless check, ASO
Jabali, Asha K.,
12/11/1969, Battery, false ID
given to LEO, ASO
Jarvis, William, 10/29/1971,
Domestic Battery, APD
Johnson, Lee, 10/28/1957,
Inhouse vio pre-trial real, ASO
Jones, Craigurory,
3/15/1970, FTA, ASO
Lancaster, Jacob,
10/26/1985, Marjiuana poss <
20g, ASO
Lillie, Phillip, 11/15/1991,
Battery (domestic), crim misch,
GPD
Lundy, Thomas, 7/6/1954,
Poss weapon by. convict FLA
felony, ASO
McGee, Christopher,
9/27/1972, Fraud insuff funds
check, ASO
McGlocking, Anthony,
3/17/1970, VOP, ASO
Moore, Viola, 4/17/1959,
FTA drugs sell other schedule
III or IV, FTA possess new
legend drug w/o prescription,
ASO
Nelson, James, 9/22/1973,
VOP DWLS 1st off, ASO
Nelson, James, 9/22/1973,
VOP DWLSR, ASO
Rivers, Richard,
12/21/1971, Trespassing, WPD
Roxby, Seth, 1/27/1984,
FTA poss weapon by convicted
felon, poss listed chemical to
man sub, ASO
Sadler, Darrah, 7/22/1976,
FTA, ASO
Showers, Trina, 3/25/1969,
Agg assault, simple battery
(dom), GPD
VanBuren, Frederick,
9/20/1968, DUI, no valid DL,
GPD
Warren, Kimberly,.
10/11/1988, Grand theft, ASO1


Washington, Christopher, maria < 20, DWLS/R, GPD
1/31/1967, Tamper w/evidence, Jackson, Shawn
poss control sub w/o poss para, 11/24/1978, Battery, ASO
resist w/o violence, GPD James, Adam, 12/16/1979
Washington, Lawrence, Battery, ASO
2/11/1989, VOP Agg Asslt, Johnson, Preston
P&P 2/8/1961, DWLSR, GPD
Wilkes, Staria, 6/3/1965, LeGree, Riki, 6/9/197(
VOP, ASO Theft petit, GPD .
Williams, Christopher, Lunsford, Antonic
8/21/1989, Burg, grand theft, 10/9/1988, Flee/elude LEO
resist w/o violence, GPD grand theft 3rd degree, ASO
Williams, Woodrow, Moore, Joseph, 2/7/198$
3/23/1954, Inhouse VOP Domestic battery, ASO
battery, ASO Nanke, Steven, 7/4/1983
Wilson, Vinson, 6/22/1981, Homicide neglig, mansl, vel
Petit theft, GPD FHP
Witt, David, 10/23/1991, Page, Donald, 7/7/1981
Fraudulent use of credit card, Marjiuana poss over 20g, dru
GPD equip possess, ASO
Booking: Sept. 03, 2010 Patel, Haresh Kuma
Anderson, Mazella C., 5/28/1963, Battery domestic
9/18/1981, DUI disorder GPD
conduct, DWLSR Hab, Resist Piver, James Rober
w/o viol, GPD 7/27/1982, Suwannee Co. VO]
Andress, CoryA., 7/5/1987, GPD
VOP resist w/violence, burg of Pollock, Tommy Lee
dwelling, grand theft III, false 11/17/1979, VOP battery, FT)
info to LEO, GPD larc, ASO
Apuzzo, Felicia, 9/30/1988, Pollock, Tommy Lee
Burg, grand theft, GPD 11/17/1979, Battery on LEO
Baker, Shawn, 8/24/1990, tref in MDMA, GPD
DUI, GPD Porter, John D., 2/3/1981
Blount, Keith, 6/29/1980, Stalking, GPD
Poss w/intent to sell control sub Prince, Barnabu.
w/ 1000 feet of a church, GPD 1/1/1965, OOCW writ bodily
Boston, Vernon, 4/14/1961, att child support, ASO
VOP battery, ASO Redd, William, 4/17/1960
Bowers, Benjamin, Poss cann < 20g, GPD
7/29/1984, Property crimes, Rineer, Jordan, 9/12/199C
ASO Burg or dwelling, grand theft
Bryan, Seth F., 2/12/1987, GPD
VOP home invasion, robbery, Shaffer, Mark, 6/24/198f
ASO Clay Co. DWLSR, ASO
Bryant, Jenetha, Stephens, Cheryl D
8/13/1983, (VOP) Drive while 1/14/1967, Battery on LE(
license suspended, ASO poss drug para, resist w/o vio
Chambless, Rainbow, trespass, GPD
1/21/1973, FTA Insuff funds, Stevens, Olivia, 3/24/198i
ASO Resist office,' drugs possess x
Coulias, Nicholas, 2, ASO
9/13/1984, Marijuana not more Stine, Kenneth Pau
20g, drug equip possess, ASO 12/18/1958, Cocaine Posses
Davis, Shantel, 2/28/1979, ASO
No valid DL, GPD Williams, Marlon
"Gilham, Cody, 9/6/1986, 1/31/1982, Duval Co. Po,
Marion Co. COP poss cocaine,- controlled sub, poss cocaine
tamper with vict/witness, lewd/ ASO
lascv battery, ASO Wise, Susan, 10/14/198
Gillis, Jody, 8/22/1965, (Domestic) agg battery, GPD
DUI 3rd viol more 16, refuse to Wright, Thomas
submit after lic susp, marijuana, 8/25/1981, Resist w/o violence
<20g, narcotic equip poss, ASO loitering or prowling, GPD '
Golston, Larry, 7/12/1956, Young, Ameshi.
DWLSR habitual, GPD 12/30/1986, DWLSR habitual
Gregory, Terrance, offender, ASO
4/6/1957, Domestic battery, For additional jail
false imprisonment. GPD
Hemingway, Anthony, booking logs, see
11/7/1988, Poks*-control subb, alachuacounty today.con


CORRECTION:

In the Sept. 2, 2010 printed edition of Alachua
County Today, it was incorrectly reported that
Charles Grapski was sentenced to 10 years of
probation for the violation of probation. According'
to Judge James Nilon's final order released Sept. 3,
2010, Grapski was sentenced to two years of
community control followed by three years of
probation. The corrections are reflected in the
article published at AlachuaCountyToday.com.

TOWN OF LACROSSE

FAIR HOUSING

WORKSHOP NOTICE
The Town of LaCrosse is preparing to apply to the
Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for a
grant under the Neighborhood Revitalization category
in the amount, of $600,000.00 under the Small Cities
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program.
The Town will receive additional points through the
application ranking process for hosting a Fair Housing
,Workshop. This workshop will be held at 7:15PM, on
September 13, 2010 at Town Hall. To obtain additional
information concerning the grant application or the fair
housing workshop, contact the Town's grant consultant,
Megan Carter at (386) 752-4675 Ext. 114.
(Published: Alachua County Today September 09, 2010)


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her Newberry home July
16, died Monday afternoon.
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Co mmmnity Corner




Meetings & Events in the Heartlands


mArcher Meets the
and 4th Monday of e
month at 7 p.m. at City H
16870 SW.134 Ave.
*Alachua (City) Mi
the 2nd and 4th Monday
each month at 6:30 p.m
City Hall.
mAlachua County Mi
the 2nd and 4th Tues
of each month at 9 a.m
the County Administral
Building, 12 SE 1st Str
Room 209, Gainesv
Citizen comments are ta
at 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.n
mGainesville Meets
1st and 3rd Thursday
each month at 1 p.m. at (
-'-- Commission Chamber,
East University Avenue.
Call for visual artist
all media for the 26th
Festival at Thornebro
in Gainesville, Satur
and Sunday, Oct. 2 and
This outstanding regio
festival is juried
judged with awards. T
application and submiss
information is available
the Thornebrook Art v
site at www.thomebrook
org. Submission deadline
Wednesday, June 30. C
352-692-4466 for questi
or information.
S Alachua Cou
Beekeepers Club
accepting new member
Anyone interested
learning about b
from Alachua and
surrounding counties
welcome to join. Meeti
are held the third Thursi
of each month at Dadan'
Sons, 17074 NW 188 Stre
High Springs. For m
formation, contact Wa:
"Chappie" McChesr



Cora Lee Brown
Cora Lee Brown pas
on Friday, September
2010 at Haven Hosi
in Lake City,
Florida. She
was 98.
She was
bom to the late
Walter Snowden
and Annie Ruth
Sullivan on
August 28, 1912
in Fort White,
Fla., where
she lived her entire l
She was educated in
Columbia County Scho6
Mother Brown wa
loyal and faithful memn
of the Bethlehem Un
Methodist Church.
was recognized as a Mol
of the church and served
a Communion Steward
class leader and a menr
of the United Metho


2nd mHawthorne Meets the 1st
ach and 3rd Tuesdays of each
[all, month at 6:30 p.m. at City
Hall.
eets EHigh Springs Meets the
y of 2nd and 4th Thursday of
. at each month at 6:30 p.m. in
City Hall.
eets *LaCrosse Meets the 2nd
day Monday of each month at
. at 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall.
tion mMicanopy Meets the 2nd
eet, Tuesday of each month at
ille. 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall.
ken ENewberry Meets the 2nd
n. and 4th Monday of each
the month at 7 p.r. at City Hall
of mWaldo Meets the 2nd
City Tuesday of each month at 7
200 p.m. at Yerkes Center.

s in Club President 386-462-
Art 2637 or chappiesbees@
ok windstream.net.
day m North Central
13. Florida Political Women's
)Aal Network holds meetings
and the second Wednesday of
The every month at 11:30 a.m.
ion to 1 p.m. at Shoney's on
on Archer Road in Gainesville.
veb m LaCrosse Baptist
art. Church presents "Jason
e is Gray", Contemporary
-all Christian Recording
ons Artist, singer of Top Ten
Song "More Like Falling in
nty Love" in Concert outdoors
is, on Saturday, Sept. 18 at 4
ers. p.m. Special guest artists
in Jake Cogan and teen
ees Evangelist Robbie Brown
the will open. For ticket
is information, see www.
ngs evangelismticketscom
day or contact the Church at
t & www.lacrossebaptist.org for
eet, further concert information.
ore LaCrosse Baptist Church is
yne located at 5700 NW 203rd
ley, Place, LaCrosse, Fla. (7

Obituar:
Women. Mother Brown
sed was also a member of
3, Pallbearer Lodge #5.
pice She was preceded
in death by her
husband, Ran
Brown, five sisters
and one brother.
Survivors
include her son,
Arnold Brooks
of Philadelphia,
Penn.; two sisters,
Mozell Johnson of
Plant City, Fla. and
ife. Julia Kitchens of Lakeland,
the Fla.; three granddaughters,
ols. Kina, Savrina, and Lakia
s a Brooks, all of Philadelphia,
lber Penn.; caregivers, niece
cited Florence (Harvey)
She McCloud of Fort White,
other and- Ms. Valeria Cray of
d as Lake City, Fla.; a favorite
ess, cousin Lennie Calhoun of
iber Fort White, Fla.; a host of
dist nieces, nephews, cousins


PUBLIC MEETINGS


special, gently used items.
Available are new fall
items, but no clothes. Also
available are jewelry,
knick-knacks, craft items,
kitchen ware, toys, books,
music, a few small pieces
of furniture, and a large
Christmas section. There
is something for everyone.
The location is 17155 NW
US Highway 441, between
High Springs and Alachua.
The next time the store will
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m A rummage
sale is being held to
raise money for the
Archpr Vn th Athletic


questions, call Min. Gloria
Jackson 386-497-4808.
* Calling All Singers
and Choir Members.
Be part of the "Show
the Love" Community
Choir. Rehearsals at 7:30
p.m. Sept. 13, 20 and
27 at Mt. Hermon M.
B. Church 1510 NE 2nd
Street, Gainesville. Event
sponsored by Lazarus


Restoration Ministries, Inc.
to benefit homeless families.
Lazarus House provides
the services to restore their
lives and obtain their own
permanent housing. For
more information, contact
Evang. Rashawnda
Young-Washington 352-
377-6115 or Vincent
Washington 352-281-2577


miles east of Alachua).
* The Alachua County
Crisis Center is seeking
volunteers to become Crisis
Line Counselors.' Sixty
hours of in-depth training
are provided. This is an
opportunity to impact the
lives of fellow community
members and to gain life-
enhancing communication
skills. The next training
class begins Saturday,
September 11, 2010. Please
contact Ali Martinez at 352-
264-6782 or visit http://
www.alachuacounty.us/
Depts/CSS/CrisisCenter/
Pages/Volunteer.aspx.
6 New Testament
Sanctuary of Praise
Church of God in Christ
presents "A Day of
Celebration Unto the
Lord," Theme: 9-11/9 Men
& 11 Women on Saturday,
Sept. 11 at 5 p.m. Theme
Scripture: "Sing praises to
the Lord, which dwelleth
in Zion; declare among the
people his doings" (Psalm
9:11). Speakers will be
Elder Dale and Evangelist
Cathy Williams, Williams
Memorial Church of God in
Christ, Gainesville, Fla. The
public is invited to come
and be a part of this day.
For additional information,
contact the chairperson,
Brother William Brown at
352- 246-7819 or by email
at brobrown40@yahoo.
com. The church is located
at 13410 NW 155th Place,
Alachua. Phone: 386- 462-
4891.
m St. Madeleine Church
in High Springs is
opening their thrift store,
Lilly's Country Store, on
Saturday, Sept. 11 from
8 a.m. until noon. Free
coffee will be available
while you shop for those


y
and friends.
Funeral Services for
Mrs. Brown will be held
Saturday, September 11,
2010at 11 a.m.atBethlehem
United Methodist Church
at 712 SW Bethlehem
Avenue, Fort White,'"Fla.
with Rev. Clarence DeSue.
Pastor/Officiating. Burial
will follow in Bethlehem
Cemetery.
Visitation will be
Friday, September 10, 2010
from 7-8 p.m. at the funeral
home.
Arrangements
Entrusted to A. Jerome
Brown Funeral Home,
1560 NW 1st Avenue, High
Springs, Fla.
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this section are considered news
and are published free of charge
by Alachua County Today.
Obituaries may be edited for
style, space and policy.


I IAt a parL11 Lty1 iven
Scholarships on Saturday, At a party givho en th .
Oct. 2 and Oct. 9 from 7 in their honor, the
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Old engagement ofn
Fire Station on the' corner Christe Allisonb
of State Road 45 (US27) oakes and Jacob
and 137th Avenue in Archer. Bowly Lawrence
Donations are needed and was announced.
appreciated. Call Sara The Luau
Brannon at 352-514-8431 to elebraton heldonial
arrange delivery or pick up Point Clubhouse,
of donations. was attended bh
m Banks Chapel Church was attended by
of God in Christ will be fami and friends
hosting its Families and from New Jersey'
Friends Day on Sept. 12- Georgia and Florida.
starting at 11 a.m. Come The future bide from
one, come all and help St Augustine, is a fine
enjoy this glorious occasion. arts student at Flagler
Dinner will be served after College. She received her
service. For additional associate degree in Special
information, contact Pastor Education from Brookdale
Spidell at 386-454-4469 or Community College,
386-462-0509. The church Lincroft, NJ. In April
is located at 7503 West State 2010, her original painting
Road 235, LaCrosse. "Footpath to the Sea" was
* The Antioch M.B. published in the Flagler
Church family will hold its Review. Christie is the
annual mission's ministry daughter of Bo.b andTeresa
on Sunday Sept. 19 at 3:30 Oakes, St Augustine. The
p.m. The guest speaker family is originally from
will be Sis. Laura Williams Hazlet, New Jersey.
of, the Unity Faith M.Bb. The groom to be, from
Church, of Naples, Fla. Jacksonville, Florida,
where the pastor/teacher graduated from the
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construction management.
He is employed as a
project coordinator with
Superior Construction
of Jacksonville, Florida.
Jacob is the son of Kris
Campbell of Alachua
and the late Daniel
Lawrence. He is the step
son of Bill Shafnacker of
Jacksonville.
An April2011 wedding
will be held at the Palm
Valley Hidden Gardens,
Ponte Vedra. The bride's
wedding court includes
her. brother, Robert, as
best man.and sister-in-law
Donna as matron ofh.onor.
Best men for the groom are
his twin brother, Ryan, and
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Here's looking at you kid

Late one evening I resigned myself to the fact my new sheriff in town and he was having none of it. The
grass would keep growing even if I ignored it. Up on Belgium stomped the ground as he lowered his head
"Baby Hughey" I crawled, a nickname for my reliable old and snorted like a steam engine. He sprang forward with
Kubota that along with his rider has struggled to maintain speed that was astonishing for his size. He lowered his
10 acres pf Bahia grass over the last 15 years. head and charged the marauding deer who disappeared
He doesn't know his mom can't afford a big tractor into the dark at the blink of an eye.
so he gleefully does the work of someone twice his size. I was laughing so hard my sides ached. I could almost
As I circled the field mindlessly, painstakingly mowing hear the horse yell "battle" as he chased the trespassers
a mere four feet at a time, I felt the sensation of being from his home. He trotted over to me prancing, still
watched. I made my way toward 'a fence that separates steaming from the exertion of energy like a gladiator
my property from newly installed neighbors. enjoying the thrill of victory. I stood up in the seat and
I was stunned to see one of the biggest, most beautiful bowed to him, "Bravo my friend, bravo".
horses I have ever encountered, leaning The following weekend my neighbors
against the sagging boards to get a better were repairing a common fence. I
look at me. His regal nose tilted toward introduced myself and told them I was
the wind as he sniffed the air trying to madly in love with their horse. They kindly
identify this strange new creature who' told me that he had a way of attracting
roamed the property beside him. He was admirers and his name was Humphrey,
oblivious to the noise of the diesel engine i a nod to one of Hollywood's debonair
and stood his ground. Mesmerized, I leading men of Casablanca fame.
slowed down as I approached, admiring They warned me that he had an eye
this gorgeous Belgium stead. He for the ladies and was always looking for
nonchalantly munched the leaves of a his favorite treat, peppermint candy. It
small sapling that did not stand a chance was Humphrey who had pushed down
of living into old age, and pretended he the fence trying to come over for a visit.
wasn't interested. "You are absolutely As I laughed, the guilty party himself
amazing" I said. He rolled his eyes over Patricia Gallo meandered over near us, perhaps feeling a
at me as if he understood and I swear he little naughty at his escape attempt.
nodded his head, then politely turned his backside and My new neighbors, who will surely be new friends,
continued to graze and I continued my daunting task. and I agreed to leave the broken fence alone and let
Daylight began to slip away. The thin gray haze of Humphrey roam around between our fields as he pleased,
dusk settled over the freshly cut field as I turned a panting but I had to warn them. If that big guy ever goes missing,
Baby Hughey toward shelter for the night. The densely look no further than the barn next door. I have a stall
wooded forest behind me has been teeming with wildlife already picked out for him and a huge supply of candy in
for the last several years as development encroaches from my pantry.
all around. The animals have learned to live amongst Sometimes people forget that animals have roamed
the laid owners, ever cautiously creeping into the yards this Earth as long as we have. American Indians believed
at night searching for a patch of clover to satisfy their that horses were spiritual beings and could sense the true
hunger. That night was no exception. nature of a man, instinctively knowing if someone was
I was in a melancholy mood as I turned off the tractor, good or bad. I believe this horse sensed my own restless
hoping to see one more glimpse of the horse before I spirit and how much I'was drawn to him, so he choose me.
called it a night. He was slowly making his way across the Humphrey, my handsome new love, my big, tall and dark
pasture when he noticed the approaching deer stealthily heartthrob, "Here's looking at you kid."
moving like phantoms of theinight. Unfortunately for # # #
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VOTES 84


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Children's Theatre scores with kids

Over the summer, Carol Jackson and Dollean Perkins
have been hard at work infusing the community with,.
local live theatre.
They have taken a small group of interested people.
and turned a vision into .a great reality. Alachua, while
most known for its sports, is alive and well in the arts.
In addition to bringing theatre to the community, the
production company has become a beacon for young
actors. They learn about all of the aspects of putting on a
production such as acting, lighting, and staging, but more
importantly, the young actors learn about themselves.
I have seen some of them go from being shy to
confident, enouQgh ,to:,prfortn in front of ariaudience.
The children. leave the productions with a greatersense
of self-esteem and what more can a children's activity
provide?
Thank you to all of those who were key in bringing '
this most loved form of art to Alachua. I look forward to
the upcoming theatre season.
Maureen Shankman
Alachua, Fla.'





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Metal box of magnets


Nothing tells the story of your family
more accurately than your refrigerator. Not
what's inside your refrigerator necessarily,
although that would certainly tell a story,
but it's what is hanging all over the outside
of it that really speaks volumes.
Refrigerator magnets
have got td be the most
unusual method of
displaying an American
family's funniest -
moments, favorite IM
places and proudest ,
accomplishments. "l -
I am not immune to
the appeal of this weird .
tradition, but it makes
me wonder where people
hung all that stuff before
there were refrigerators. Laura Sny
Someone, somewhere,
sometime said "Hey, I've
got this huge metal box in my kitchen. I
think I'll throw some magnets on it."
That's why plastic refrigerator doors don't
sell well.
Each time we take a trip I will take
an irrational amount of time to pick out a
refrigerator magnet that will best relate our


experiences there to anyone who cares to
look at our refrigerator. It has to be perfect.
This is for posterity, after all. It wilhlbe
hanging on my refrigerator for all eternity;
or at least until some realtor tells us to take
them down because nobody will buy our
house with all those magnets on
the refrigerator.
It's not just the magnets,
either. It's the items the magnets
are holding.
There is one of my oldest son
and his girlfriend wearing red
clown noses and sticking their
tongues out. That right there is
a proud moment. It is stuck to
the refrigerator with a magnet in
the shape of a pair of swimming
trunks with dolphins and palm
|er trees on it. This is the magnet my
husband and I brought back from
our trip to Key West on our 25th
anniversary. The two would-be clowns will
be getting married next year. Can you see
the significance here? I need to be careful
not to hang that picture up with anything
that suggests a baby-anything until after
their wedding. After the wedding, I may
surround it with baby magnets!


I have a magnet that is a foam-framed
Halloween picture of my youngest boy.
He was in preschool at the time. He
couldn't decide whether to be a pirate or
a cowboy, so he was both. This picture
is the catalyst for him actually making a
decision on subsequent Halloweens. There
is also one of him at two years old wearing
a construction paper Native American
headdress with a noodle necklace. It's
still there because it's so cute! It's being
held by a magnet we got at a Cherokee
reservation we visited.
We've got a magnet from the Petrified
Forest because when we arrived there,
everyone in the family had a stomach flu
and we couldn't actually see the park. So,
we bought a magnet to prove we'd been
there. This magnet is holding a picture of
one son on his first day of kindergarten,
eight years ago, and yes, ... he was
petrified.
There is a magnet of the zoo, the
aquarium, and the Kennedy Space Center.
One of California, New Mexico and
Philadelphia. I have one for historic places
like, Williamsburg, VA, St. Augustine, FL
and Charleston, SC. I even have one for
Neuschwanstein Castle in Austria where


I visited in 1985 and one for Old Faithful
where I didn't visit, ever. My mom brought;
it back from her trip there, just so I could
pretend I'd been there.
My favorite magnet, though, has to be !
one that my daughter made in preschool.
It's a self-portrait. She drew a rectangular'
face, framed by blue hair. She made huge
brown eyes, one bigger than the other, that
have precisely 13 proportionally above-'
average eyelashes. Her mouth is a red line'
that encompasses mostofher face. Anyone
else might say that it looks like a demented l
zombie who was once the homecoming'
queen in her living years. 1
She even drew a very skinny tree in the'
background. Obviously, she was lacking",
some spatial planning here. Of course, no ;
picture is complete without a yellow sun ,
in the corner with conspicuous yellow rays -
beaming from it.
Who could take that magnet down?
Laura Snyder is a nationally syndicated
columnist, author and speaker. You can,
reach Laura at lsnyder@lauraonlife.com :
Or visit her website www.lauraonlife.com
for more information.
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GUN:
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Fellow student reported the gun

then make a final determination, Johnson
said.
Another student alerted school authorities
to the presence of the gun. Alachua County
Sheriff's Office (ACSO) deputy Mike Moore,
the school's resource officer, along with
Mebane Principal Manda Bessner, located
the student, who, coincidentally, was on
her way to the dean's office on an unrelated
disciplinary issue.
"That student who reported the gun
did exactly what they should have done,"
Johnson said.
The eighth-grader was subsequently
questioned and arrested around 9:55 a.m.
after the gun was located in her backpack.
She was released into the custody of the
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.
School officials would not release the identity
of the student.
School and ACSO officials said they did
not know why the student brought the gun to
the school.
The gun is described as a black plastic
BB gun in the shape of a handgun. It has an
orange tip, generally indicating it as a toy. It
is believed the gun shoots plastic pellets, said
Art Forgey, ACSO public information officer.
"Any sort of weapon or perceived weapon
at a school is taken very seriously, and there
is zero tolerance for it by the Sheriff's Office
and school officials," Forgey said.
Incidents like the one at Mebane occur
a few times each year but typically involve
weapons such as knives, not BB guns, Forgey
said. The incident at Mebane on Tuesday
was the first this year at Alachua County's
schools, he said.
"We can use this incident as a teachable
moment," Johnson said.
"Parents need to talk with their children
and encourage them to report to school
officials anytime they see or hear about a
weapon at school.
"We also need parents to remind their
children that certain items are not permitted
at school and these types of toys have no
place on campus," she said.
E-mail editoralachuatoday# # #
E-mail editor@alachuatoday.com


Proposed
By GLENN COINE
Toda.' Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS
- High Springs City
Commissioner John Hill
was never happy about
cutting a full-time police
officer from the upcoming
fiscal year budget.
Since they started
working on the budget, he
and other- commissioners
have said countless times
how much it pains them
to cut any city employee
position. But times are not
what they used to be; as
Commissioner Dean Davis
has been known to point
out. And the city has to
tighten its belt, one way or
another.
But at the Sept. 7 budget
meeting, Hill declared he
had a change of heart.
A recent incident led
to a joint effort of the
Gainesville, Alachua
and High Springs police
departments and the county
sheriff's office. A suspect
eluded apprehension by


He and his agriculture
students received many
state and national honors,
including 45 state-winning
FFA teams and 10 state
FFA officers. As local
vocational education
director, McCormick added
agriculture as a career
orientation subject at every
middle school in the county
and expanded agriculture at
all high schools.
"Florida FFA owes an
immense debt of gratitude to
these outstanding leaders,"
said Charlie Bronson,
Florida Commissioner
of Agriculture. "Their
dedicated service in
agriculture education
helped make FFA the
outstanding student
organization recognized
throughout the State."


FOOTBALL: Ga
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Bradley stripped the ball away.
That marked Santa Fe's fifth fumble
of the first half, four of which they lost.
Santa Fe came out for the second
half and tied the game at 7-7 on its first
possession. But the touchdown didn't
come on a designed play. Powell fumbled
the snap on a third down and five play. The
sophomore picked up the ball and started
to run and as he was getting tackled, he
flipped the ball back to Raheem Jackson.
The junior running back then scampered
26 yards to the end zone to knot the score.
But like he did all night, Gillyard
came up big for the Panthers. He capped
Newberry's ensuing possession with a
nine-yard scoring run as the Panthers led
. 14-7 at the 4:26 mark of the third quarter.
Santa Fe's next possession was short
lived as Troy Fowler tipped and then
intercepted a Powell pass. That defensive
play helped set up Gillyard's one-yard
leap into the end zone to give Newberry a
21-7 cushion with 10:14 remaining.
The Raiders made things interesting
in the final minute as Powell found Jo
Jo Hayes with a short pass. The senior
wide receiver turned the play into a 60-
yard touchdown which provided the final
margin with 48 seconds left. Newberry's
Darrell Richardson recovered the ensuing
onside kick as the Panthers ran out the
clock to claim the win.
"I'm extremely proud, we could have


budget flip-flops job c
fleeing into the woods in to seasonal.
the area of US Highway By changing his vote
441 and 188th Street in High to maintaining the officer
Springs, causing Hill to position, he shifted the
realize that no High Springs majority to-include himself,
officers were left available Vice Mayor Eric May
to respond to other calls. and Commissioner Larry
Police Chief Jim Travis, thus reinstating the
Troiano explained that police officer.
often as few as two officers "I appreciate them
are in service at a time. evaluating the situation and
Hill realized, he said, putting the money where
how understaffed the the concern is," Troiano
department already is, and said.
what a difference it could Troiano explained that
make to cut another officer., to provide optimal service,
It's a difference on which the department needs
he is no longer willing to people. While he 'is happy
take a chance. to see the commission
But knowing there support public safety, he
would have to be other
positions cut in order to
fund the officer, he said he Ask Your D
made the decision "with a
bleeding heart." by Douglas M. Adel, D
Hill originally
supported reinstating a Leuko]
facilities maintenance
worker position that had Q: What is leukoplakia?
been cut, and restoring a A: Whitish in color,
service worker position to leukoplakia is a thick patch
year-round after it was cut that can develop on the inside


They will be inducted
into the Florida FFA Hall
of Fame during the fourth
annual awards celebration
Oct. 5 at the Florida FFA
Leadership Training Center
in Haines City.
"These individuals are
responsible for the tradition
of excellence that our FFA
members have come to
expect," said Clay' Sapp,
2010 State President of the
Florida FFAAssociation.
The Florida FFA Hall of
Fame began in 2007 to pay
tribute to those outstanding
individuals who have
helped make the Florida
FFA Association the
premier youth leadership
organization in the state.
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e tied at 7-7 in third quarter


folded up even when they
came back and tied up the
score," Newberry coach
Tommy Keeler said. "It
feels great." r
Powell ended the
game for the Raiders :
8-for-16 passing for 146
yards with a touchdown
and an interception. Santa
Fe rushed for just 125
yards and struggled to
hold on to the ball, losing ,i.
four of its seven fumbles
on the night. The Panthers '
also had a tough time as .
they fumbled five times,
but only lost one.
"I told them going into 4.,
the game that this was our .
time," said Santa Fe coach
Shea Showers. "But you
can't turn it over against d
team like that."
Showers, a former Raiders player
himself was on the 1991 Class 3A state
championship team and also played on
Florida's 1996 National Championship
club.
"They made more plays than we
did," Showers said. "[Number] seven
[Gillyard] did a great job."
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uts...again

said he is sorry to see other
city employees loose their
jobs.
The maintenance
position is once again
cut and will be replaced
by a part-time contracted
worker, and the service
worker position will be
seasonal rather than year-
round.
These changes, as well
as other budget adjustments
the commission made, ,will
be subject to public input
at the commission meeting
tonight.
# # #
E-mail gcoine@
alachuatoday.com


dentist
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plakia
your chances of developing
leukoplakia by avoiding
alcohol and tobacco and by
visiting your dentist regularly.


Photo courtesy DONNIE WATSON PHOTOGRAPHY
/Special to Alachua County Today


Newberry 21, Santa Fe 14
Newberry 0 7 7 7 -21
Santa Fe 0 0 7 7 -14

N- Gillyard 29 run (Berlin kick)
SF- Jackson 26 run (Lewis kick)
N- Gillyard 9 run (Berlin kick)
N- Gillyard 1 run (Berlin kick)
SF- Hayes 60 pass from Powell (Lewis kick)

New SF
First downs 13 14
Rushes-yards 50-209 29-125
Passing yards 37 146
Comp-att-int 1-2-0 8-16-1
Fumbles-lost 5-1 7-4
Punts-avg 1-45 0-00
Penalties-yards 12-96.5 8-65

Individuals
PASSING: N- Chris Gillyard 1-for-1, 37.
yards; SF- D.L. Powell 8-for-16, 146
yards, 1 TD, 1 int.
RUSHING: N- Gillyard 30-176,3 TD; SF-
Brandon Willis 12-56 yards; Raheem
Jackson 7-48 yards, 1 TD.
RECEIVING: N- Rakeem Hoyt 1-37 yards;
SF- Jo Jo Hayes 3-95 yards, 1 TD.


COLLISION:
Continued from page A I


Bond and Witt longtime area residents


According to the report,
when the left side of Bond's
vehicle hit the left side of
Witt's vehicle, both vehicles
spun counterclockwise.
The Ford Ranger rested
on its left side on the west
shoulder of the road, while
Witt's F-150 stopped on the
east shoulder.
Both motorists were
pronounced dead at the
scene by Columbia.County
Emergency Medical
Services. FHP reported that
Witt was wearing a seatbelt,
while Bond was not.
Bond was a longtime
area mechanic, having
worked for several years
at Roger's Tire in Alachua.
Considered a jovial person


by those who knew him,
Bond worked in other area
auto parts stores in recent
years.
Witt was a lifelong
area resident, having been
born in High Springs and
graduated from Santa Fe
High School. He later
became a Gainesville
Police Department officer
and Alachua County
Sheriff's Office deputy
before retiring.
An investigation into
the accident is ongoing
and will include toxicology
testing, according to FHP
reports.
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E-mail ajohnson
@alachuatoday.com


MCCORMICK:
Continuedfrom page Al

Instrumental in expanding

agriculture in the schools


NOTICE OF EXECUTIVE

SESSION OF THE

ALACHUA CITY

COMMISSION,

ALACHUA, FLORIDA

The City of Alachua City Commission will meet
in an executive session on Monday, September
13, 2010, at 6:00 p.m. prior to a scheduled City
Commission Meeting on that day. The meeting
will be held in the James A. Lewis Commission
Chambers in City Hall, located at 15100 N.W.
142nd Terrace, Alachua, Florida.

The executive session will be attended by
Mayor Gib Coerper, Vice Mayor Gary Hardacre,
Commissioner Orien Hills, Commissioner Ben
Boukari, Jr., Commissioner Robert Wilford, City
Manager Traci L. Cain, and City Attorney Marian
B. Rush.

The subject matter of the executive session is the
case of Charles James Grapski vs. City ofAlachua,
Florida, a municipal corporation, Clovis Watson,
Jr, individually, Jean Calderwood, individually,
Robert E. Jernigan, individually, Gib Coerper,
individually, and Patrick Barcia, Jr, individually,
filed in The United States District Court, Northern
District of Florida, Gainesville Division, Case No.:
1:10-cv-00140-MP The discussions during this
session shall be confined to settlement negotiations
and/or strategy relating to litigation expenditures.
The session will be recorded by a certified court
reporter.
(Published: Alachua County Today September 09, 2010


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development of leukoplakia. that turn red or white and be
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is that it can progress to in the mouth or lips, or trouble
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Residents fight to keep


businesses out o
By AMANDA HILL
Today Reporter
HAWTHORNE Residents of the
Ashley Oaks subdivision came to the
Hawthorne City Commission meeting on
Tuesday to speak out about why they do
not want a section of property located in the
front of their neighborhood to be rezoned
for commercial use.
Several property owners voiced
concerns about how allowing businesses to
move into their neighborhood would create
more traffic and compromise the safety of
the residents and their children.
"It's already a difficult area to come
and go from because of the structure of the
streets and where it joins on to 20," said
Nancy Kirkland, an Ashley Oaks resident.
"Any kind of commercial development
would really complicate the situation."
The 2.64-acre piece of land is owned
by Ben Campen, the owner of Campen
auctions. It is currently divided into
six vacant lots, which are all zoned as
"residential single family."
According to Campen, who had the
subdivision annexed into the city and helped
develop it in 1975, his land was originally
zoned for commercial use. Campen said
that he never had the property rezoned and
that it was a scrivener's error that caused
the zoning of the land to be changed from
commercial to residential.
Campen said that the change in zoning
has devalued his property and violated his
rights as a property owner.
"I am simply trying to take something
that was wronged and make it right,"
Campen said.
A representative from the planning and
zoning board confirmed that there is no
record of the property being rezoned.
The first record of the property being,
zoned as residential appeared in 1991
when the city commission adopted a
comprehensive plan for development that
included a future land use map.
Some residents argued that rezoning
the land for commercial use would not be
fair to those who bought property under


if neighborhood
the impression that the neighborhood was
strictly residential.
"I don't think most of us would have
bought homes there if we knew that they
were going to put in businesses," said
Jennifer Tozzo.
City Commissioner Deloris Roberts
said that she did not approve of making the
land commercial because the city would not
be able to control what type of businesses
could be built there.
"Unless we were able to say this can
come here and this can't, I would not be in
favor of it because we all have residential
area and homes that we would not like to
be invaded by things that could come in,"
she said.
Roberts noted that if any type of
business was allowed to be built there, even
a porn shop or Caf6 Risque could be put in
front of the neighborhood.
Vice Mayor Matthew Surrency said
that while he was apologetic to Campen
for any wrongs that he may have incurred
from a previous administration, he was also
concerned about being able to regulate what
could be built on the land. He suggested
that a low-impact business such as a real
estate office might be acceptable.
The planning and zoning board
representative advised the city commission
that it could adopt a new policy that would
give a conditional land use designation to
a property that was zoned for "commercial
neighborhood."
Campen first came to the city
commission for an approval to have his
land rezoned in 2005 and was denied.
Pat McCloud, who owns two pieces of
property in Ashley Oaks, questioned why
Campen hadn't pointed out the error sooner.
"I don't know what took so long for
him to point this out, because it should have
showed up on his tax record," he said.
The city commission voted to postpone
making a decision about the rezoning until
city staff and Campen can get together and
come up with a proper designation for the
property.

E-mail hill@alachuatoday.com


Insurance switch saves


money for
By GLENN COINE
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS What started as a
citizen's suggestion manifested in a decision
that will save the city between $40,000
and $50,000 in the coming year, said High
Springs City Manager Jim Drurnm.
During a Sept. 7 budget meeting, city
commissioners listened to John White, a
representative from the city's contracted
insurance broker, Bouchard Insurance, as he
presented a total of 12 alternative options to
the city's current health insurance plan.
After several hours of debate, the
commission agreed to switch from the city's
current provider, United Healthcare, to a
new insurance plan with Aetna.
Number five on the list of 12 proposals,
this plan is the closest to the coverage city
employees currently have under United
Healthcare. The $500 deductible for
individuals and the $1,500 deductible for
families are the same. But the new plan does
not cover out-of-network care, and going to
a doctor not affiliated with Aetna will mean
paying out of pocket.
White said there are hundreds of in-
network doctors -to choose from in the
greater Gainesville area.
.While there are some other variations
in coverage between the current plan and
the new one, the rate for the Aetna plan is
1 percent lower than the city's current rate
with United Healthcare, which is about 4
percent, and if the city renews the current
plan, the rate is expected to go up to about
18.43 percent.
This 'Option 5' plan is not at all what
local resident Robyn Rush had in mind
when she made the suggestion several
weeks ago that the commission take alook
at the benefits associated with health savings
accounts (HSAs) as a possible answer to
balancing the 2010-2011 budget.
HSAs are accounts tied to high-
deductible insurance plans, maintained for
the employer and employee to deposit pre-
tax dollars which can then be used at any
time by the employee for any qualified
health cost.
An employer, such as the City of High


city
Springs, takes a portion of the money saved
from the plan's lower rates and deposits it
into employees' health savings accounts.
This money can then be used as a reserve
to help the employee when they have to
pay out-of-pocket because of the high
deductibles.
White did present one HSA plan,
which he said was the only one offered that
included an HSA component and fit all the
city's criteria.
The commission came to the conclusion
that the deductibles for the HSA option might
not be affordable for most city employees,
and agreed they were not comfortable with
the moral obligation they would feel to
continue to make deposits of equal or higher
amounts each year to employees' accounts
even though it is not required.
Commissioner John Hill emphasized the
notion that if people get a certain amount
of money from the city one year, they will
expect the same amount the next year.
Despite the estimated $100,000 the city
would save, the commission decided there
were too many issues that could arise from
the HSA plan.
Another key issue addressed were
possible implications regarding the city's
contract with the Police Benevolent
Association (PBA), which provides that the
city pay 100 percent of police department
employees' health benefits.
All other. city employees are required
to pay $20 toward their coverage. This
difference conflicts with a federal healthcard
reform requirement that all employees are
offered equal coverage.
White said the city would not have to
come into compliance with this until its
contract with the PBA is up for renewal,
which will be in two years. However, the
commission intends to attempt to renegotiate
this at an earlier date if possible.
The commission opted to cut dental
coverage entirely. This could become
an issue if the PBA decides to contest it,
because according to the contract, the city
cannot reduce union member benefits.

E-mail gcoine@alachuatoday.com


Federal employees step up to the plate

Donate 307 pounds of food to local food pantry


STAFF REPORT
Alachua County Today
GAINESVILLE In
tough economic times,
food pantries are looking
more than ever to their local
communities to respond to
severe shortages of food
donations. In Florida;
more than 1,421 pounds of
food was recently donated
to local food banks and
community support centers
by employees of the United
States Department of
Agriculture (USDA) Rural
Development.
Locally,, the agency's
state office in Gainesville
donated307 pounds of food
to Gainesville Community
Ministries, an organization
that has provided assistance


for over 40 years to those in
need.
The food collected by
USDA Rural De\ elopment
was part of "Feds. Farmers
and Friends Feed Families,"
a three-month' nationwide
initiative to encourage
federal employees to
donate non-perishable food
items for delivery to local
food banks and community
support centers..
"I'm proud of the
generosity demonstrated
by the staff during this
initiative," said USDA
Rural Development State
Director Richard A.
Machek. "It's gratifying to
know that these donations
will truly help local families
who are in need."
MA&d USDA RIual


Deelopent's Six
mea oAffce located in
CNaView, Mai=m, LAC
Cily, Ocala, aDveaport,
Royal Paim Beach and
North Fort Myers, and its
office in ll US. Virgin
slads participated ld the
food drive, USDA Rural
Devopm t is committed
to the furwe of mal
Cnmm "tio and pWov-de
haianng adl tedmical
assistance to foster growth
in homeownership,
business development, and
critical community and
technology infrastructure.
'More information about
USDA Rural Development
can be found at www.
rurdev.usda.gov/fl.
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Photo special to Alachua County Today.
Members of the. USDA Rural Development State Office staff donated more than
307 pounds of food during the "Feds, Farmers and Friends Feed Families," a
three-month nationwide initiative to encourage federal employees to donate non-
perishable food items for delivery to local food banks and community support
centers


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informed Sheriff Sadie Darnell of the phone
calls that had left her shaky and flustered.
But she did find that his conduct during
the two conversations amounted to five
separate violations of city policy, including
use of improper, language, which is a level
five violation.
Other violations include a level Three
violation of private and professional
conduct, which provides "Members shall
conduct their private and professional lives
in such a manner as not to bring discredit
to the High Springs Police Department;"
a level two violation of proper conduct
toward the public; a level one violation of


agreement to adhere to the High Springs
Personnel Manual; and a violation of the
High Springs Personnel Manual, "which
establishes the following as grounds for
disciplinary action -'Rudeness or acts of
disrespect to the public, elected officials,
co-workers, or supervisors.'"
Upon receiving the investigative
findings, Drumm explained the next step
would be for him to hold a pre-disciplinary
hearing with Troiano.
Drumm said this meeting affords
the defendant in any complaint one last
opportunity to defend him or herself and
to answer to any of the findings, if they


to hearing
so choose. They may also bring forth any
significant new information or evidence
they feel might make a difference in their
case.
However, Troiano waived his right to
this hearing, leaving Drumm to allocate
appropriate disciplinary action based on the
results of the investigation.
He presented his decision to Troinano
Wednesday evening with a formal letter
explaining his reasoning.
Drumm.- said that based on the


investigation, which includes witness
testimony on both sides, he found Troiano
behaved uniprofessionally, and he elected to
issue him a 24-hour unpaid suspension.
Sheriff Darnell, who was the first fo
request that Drumm look into the matter of
how her employee was treated, declined to
comment on the results because she has not
been contacted by the City of High Springs:
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Over 130 Artists & Craftsmen '

Food Vendors

Entertainment

Children's Activities




Oct. 1 fWM 6-9 p.m.

Piano Jazz with Frank Sullivan Quartet and
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Hurricanes Alex, Danielle
and Earl, Tropical Storms
Bonnie, Colin, Fiona and
Gaston, Alachua County has
gotten lucky thus far for the
2010 Atlantic hurricane season,
but we are not out of the woods
yet. The season runs from June 1
to Nov. 30 and we are just now
entering its peak. Experts warn
us not- to become complacent
lest a severe storm catch us
off guard and unprepared with
essentials. Please have a disaster


Darian
Clay
Black Male,

3/11/1986
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Grand Theft
and Drug
Equipment
Possession


Patrick
Marks
Black Male,
5'10",
8/13/1971
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Felony DWLSR
Habitual


A message from the desk of


Sheriff Sadie Darnell.


Be prepared for late season storms


plan in place ahead of time. Here
is a basic supply kit list that you
should have on hand.
Use a waterproof plastic
storage box, or something
similar to store the following
items: Water 1-gal per
person for 3-7 days. Toiletries
- hygiene items Toothpaste
and brush, deodorant, soap,
shampoo, shaving equipment,
wash cloth and towels, toilet
paper/wet wipes. Pet Care
Items Identification/shot
records/medications, carrier


Brad
Jernigan
White Male,
03/29/1978
5'3", 1551bs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
VOP Larceny
(2 Counts),
VOP Dealing,
in Stolen
Property, VOP
- Felony
Fraud, VOP -
Illegal use of
Credit Card


.Gerald
Johnson
Black Male,
0 5'7"
5/31/1969
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Child Support


or cage, muzzle and/or leash,
additional water and food for
pets. Food at least enough
for 3-7 days per person Non-
perishable packaged or canned
food/juices, non-electric can
opener, snacks/foods for infants
or elderly, cooking tools and
fuel, paper plates, utensils,
garbage bags. Miscellaneous
- Clothing, rain gear, sturdy
shoes, first aid kit, medicines,
tools, toys, books and games.
Other Supplies Flashlight and
batteries (with extras), bleach


Reginald
'Leon
Morris
Black Male,
06/30/1964
6'1", 305 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
VOP Driving
While License
Suspended
Habitual
Offender,
Driving While
License
Suspended


Eddie
Lee
Easley
Black Male,
11/11/1952
5'6", 220 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
VOP Battery


for water purification, battery
operated radio, credit cards,
cash, keys, important documents
sealed in a waterproof container
- insurance, medical records,
bank/credit card account
numbers, social security card,
etc., vehicle fuel tanks filled,
emergency phone numbers
for disaster relief in your area.
For additional information on
disaster preparedness, please
visit www.floridadisaster.org.


Phillip
Lillie III
Black Male,
3/17/1962
5'11.",
185 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Possession of
Drug
Equipment and
or Use


Leianne
Francine
Lazarus
White
Female,
02/07/1979
5'03",
110 Ibs
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Battery


Takeila D.
Brown
Black
Female,
7/9/85
5'5",
250 lbs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Fraud-Illegal
use of a Credit
Card and
Forgery Alter
Public Record


Daniel
George
Salah
White Male,
11/28/1973
6'00",
215 Ibs
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Grand Theft


Donald L.
Page
Black Male,
4/20/85
5'8",
230 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Poss. of
Marijuana
More Than 20
Grams and
Poss. Of
Paraphernalia


Randall
Patrick
Martin .
White Male,
1/02/1966
5'08",
150 lbs
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Child Neglect


Michael A.
Bragg
Black Male,
8/6/90
5'7",
150 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Burglary of a
Dwelling and
Petit theft


Franklin L.
Flagg
Black Male,
1/28/89
5'11",
175 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Sale of
Cocaine


What should I do?
review the pictures above. If you know the location of any of these wanted
individuals, please contact the Combined Communications Center at
352-955-1818 or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 352-372-STOP.
Callers are eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.
DO NOT APPROACH OR ATTEMPT TO APPREHEND ANY OF THESE INDIVIDUALS.
IF NECESSARY, CALL 911.


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Mark
Joseph
Justice
White Male,
.4/25/1988
5'7", 165 Ibs
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
VOP-
Possession Qf
Controlled
Substance
without -
Prescription


Joseph Perez
White Male,
6'1",
5/7/1984
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Felony
Marijuana
Possession


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B2 AIAC'1UA C()INI TODAY RELIGION TIIUtRSDAY, SEI'EMIFIR 09, 2010



The Sacramental Presence of Christ


Saint Paul's Letter to
the Church at Ephesus
contains the substance of
the Christian Faith and
instructions for living
a Christian life. Just as
Christ showed through His
example, and the Apostles
after Him, priests and
pastors are responsible for
teaching God's children the
meaning of Scripture and
emphasizing its application
to life.
I want to focus on one
verse from the Epistle to
the Ephesians, chapter 3,
verse 14, "For this reason
I bow my knees before
the Father." The verse is
pretty straight forward, but
why should you bend your
knee for prayer?
Saint Paul shares his
wisdom on the practice
of bending the knee in his
Epistle to the Ephesians.
The verse begins with the
words, "for this reason".
You might ask, "for what
reason?" We have to find
out what "this" is, according
to St. Paul. Just looking at
the verse before or after
this one will not help you to
understand. It's only when


you read the entire Epistle
that you can come to a full
understanding of the point
he is making.
For Saint Paul, ritualism
is the natural expression of
his understanding of the
purpose of God, through


Christ, for the
Church.' It's a
response to his
understanding
of the Holy
Trinity and its
relationship to
Salvation:
In Chapter 1,
he gives praise
individually
to the Father,
the Son, and
the Holy
Spirit: To the
Father, praise
is given for His
choosing, and
bestowing of
grace (v.4-6). To


before God (v.13-14). St.
Paul's ritualism was based
on his understanding of
the greatness of God in
relationship to his own
salvation.
His ritualism is
also a response to his


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the Son, praise is given for
the work of redemption, the
forgiveness of sin, and His
working within us (v.7-12).
To the Holy Spirit, praise
is given because He is One
who seals our salvation and
guarantees our inheritance


understanding
of the unity of
the Church.
The Holy
Trinity is
the model of
unity, and it
is through our
union with
God that the
Church is
made to be
One, in spite
of geography
and time.
This is
what St.
Paul called
the mystery
"3:3 how the


mystery was made known
to me by revelation, as I
have written briefly. 3:4
When you read this you
can perceive my insight
into the mystery of Christ,
3:5 which was not made
known to the sons of men in


other generations as it has
now been revealed to his
holy apostles and prophets
by the Spirit; 3:6 that is,
how the Gentiles are fellow
heirs, members of the same
body, and partakers of the
promise in Christ Jesus
through the gospel. "
When St. Paul says,
"for this reason I bend
the knee," he is saying
that when he considers
the wonder of the Trinity
and the Church bringing
together strangers into
one family of God, under
the same Fatherhood, the
most natural expression is
adoration.
What then do we
learn about gesture and
ritualism in worship? It's
a, physical expression of
what's already known and
felt in the soul of man and
it's fitting for the Church to
continue, as an expression
of its adoration.
Is Ritual gesture
necessary? This is like
asking if it's necessary
to shake hands or hug
someone you are glad to


see. Of course it's not
necessary, and this is
precisely the point. It's not
out of necessity that we act
in a certain way-it's out of
emotion and nature that we
instinctively respond with
physical gestures. Man
was created with a body
and soul and it's impossible
for the soul to feel great
adoration and love toward
God while the body remains
unaffected.
The final part of this
verse is also worth looking
at. St. Paul states that,
"I bow my knees before
God the Father" This
quite literally means that
St. Paul bends the knee
towards or facing God the
Father. It is the conscious
understanding that his
prayer and adoration is in
the presence of God.
When we enter into the
sanctuary, it's customary
to genuflect towards
the altar where Christ is
mysteriously present under
the form of the sacrament
of His Body and Blood.
He is present among us,


hidden beneath the veil oi
what our senses perceive as
bread and wine but whicl
are instruments by whicl
Christ communicates His
presence to us. Impossible',
Yes, just as impossible
as the incarnation or the
resurrection from the dead.
Just as impossible as taking
a sinner who is dead in sir
and making him. alive by
the Spirit of God to new
life. Our religion is full ol
mystery and awe. Wher
you are in the awesome
reality of His presence yov
cannot help but bend the
knee and adore God.
We need symbols tc
illustrate the mystery ol
our Faith. We need ritual
to express our need tc
adore God with body and,
soul. Most of all, we need
to know God in order thai
what we do with our body is
the natural response of the
knowledge which we have
in our hearts and minds.


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The Heartland Community Places of Worship


Alachua church of Christ
14505 NW 145th Avenue
Sunday Bible Classes 9:30 a.m.
Assembly at 10:30 a.m.
Evening Service 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Class 6:30 p.m.
Minister Doug Frazier
(386) 462-3326




S Church
Contemporary Praise & Worship
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. & 11 a.m.
16916 NWyUS Hwy 441, High Springs
386-454-1700
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HIGH SPRINGS CHURCH
OF CHRIST
520 NE Santa Fe Boulevard
Bible Classes forAllAges 9:30 arm
Worship 10:30 a.m.
Evening Worship 6 p.m..
Wednesday Bible Classes 7 p.m.
highspringscofc@alltel.net
Pastor. Cori Lewis (386)454-2930


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Call (386) 462-3355
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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
t Where the Holy Scriptures
are proclaimed
Where a prayerful and quiet
atmosphere is provided
* Where traditional values are taught
* Where we seek to proclaim a risen
Savior in our daily life and work
Come Join Us
Bible Study 9:30 am. Church 10:30 a.m.
* and other special services as announced.
12880 NW 39th Avenue
(352) 317-5757 www.AllsaintsXnEC.org


EUof Life
Assembly of God

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


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

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


Services
Sunday: 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Children's Church 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday: Youth Service 7 p.m.
Wednesday:
Adult & Children Bible Study 7 p.m.
Nursery provided for all services.
Pastor Greg Evans 352-870-7288


List your Place of
Worship
here
Call (386) 462-3355
ext. 9503
for more information.


St. Luke A.M.E. Church
Rev. Jessie L. Steele, Pastor
14950 Martin Luther King Blvd/Hwy 441
Alachua 32616
386.462.2732(church) 386.462.4396 (Fax)
Email: stlukeamechurch@windstream.net
Morning Worship: 11 a.m.;
Church School 9:45 a.m.
Bible Study: 7 p.m. (2nd & 4th Wednesdays)
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Archer Church of God in Christ
Services:
Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
5th Sunday Morning Worship 8:00 a.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday Youth Ministry 6:30 p.m.
17370 S W 128th Place, Archer, FL 32618
Marilyn V. Green, Pastor
352.495.9811

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


PASSAGE
Family Church
cReadiung people where they are
2020 NE 15 Street
Pastor George and Gainesville
Lady Michele Dix (352) 336-8686
Sunday Services:
8 a.m. "Flying High" Morning Worship
9:30 a.m.- Sunday School
11 a.m.- Morning Glory Worship
& Children's Church
Wednesday Services:
12 noon Noon Day Prayer
7 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study
Youth Services:
7 p.m. Wednesday rASs
7 p.m. Fourth Fridays
www.passageministries.org


Bethesda Outreach
Ministries of Alachua
Services:
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.
2nd Sundays Street Ministry at Criswell Park 4 p.m.
Thursday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.
13205 NW 157 Avenue, Alachua, FL 32616
(Two streets behind Criswell Park)
352-339-4466
Elders Nyron and LaShandra Jenkins


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Omlaltty o,(a 2 /iL t, 9tIo
Elder Cynthia Taylor, Pastor
has moved to a new location
530 N. Main Street, High Springs, FL
(behind Hardees)
Bible Study Wed. 7 p.m
Sunday Pastoral Teaching 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Church: (386) 454-2367
Cell: (386) 878-9568


I AFirst Baptist Church of Alachua
IMPACING One Block east of Main Street in Alachua
s .....a-....(386) 462-1337

Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Bible Study 10:45 a.m. Worship
Wednesday: 6 7:30 p.m. Children's Ministries, Youth Activities
and Choir Rehearsal 6:15-7:15 p.m. Mid-Week Bible Study


First United Methodist The Beatitudes
Church of Alachua September 12th
14805 NW 140th Street 462-2443 Blessed are the Pure in Heart
Pastor Dr. Adam Zele September 19th
Jeff Van Valey, Youth & Children's Minister Blessed are the Peacemakers
Traditional Worship, 8:45 & 11 a.m. September 26th
Contemporary Worship 6 p.m. Blessed are those who are
Sunday School9:45 am. Blessed are those who are
www.alachuafirstunitedmethodist.org Persecuted


Service Times
C Sunday 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
._, __ c, __n Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
e js Youth Service Wed. 7:30 p.m.
ttt of Senior Pastors: Edwin & Angela Anderson'
witt twrd." 386-454-1563
(0od 's www.impactfamilychurch.com
16710 NW US 441 Between High Springs & Alachua


New Oak Grove Baptist Church
Sunday School 10 a.m.,
Worship 11 a.m., Evening Service 6 p.m.
Wednesday Fellowship Meal 6 p.m.
Bible Study 7 p.m.
RAs, GAs & Students 7 p.m.
Nursery Provided
Terry Elixson, Jr., Pastor
386-462-3390 18100 NW 262 Avenue


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Pursuant to Section
865.09, Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring
to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
Bronze Bombshell Sunless
Tanning located at 5402 NW
8th Avenue, in the County
of Alachua, in the City of
Gainesville, Florida 32605
intends to register the said
name with the Division of
Corporations of the Florida
Department of State,
Tallahassee, Florida. Dated
this 27 day of August, 2010.

Owners: Kimberly Bauer
and Stephanie Bauer

(Published: Alachua County
Today September 09,
2010)



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
ALACHUA COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 01-10-CA-1155

RBC BANK (USA),

Plaintiff,

v.

TONEY SULLIVAN
CONSTRUCTION, INC., a
Florida corporation, BRYTAN
ASSOCIATION, *INC., a
Florida non-profit corporation,
BUILDERS FIRSTSOURCE
FLORIDA, LLC, a
Deldware limited liability
company, EVERGREEN
LANDSCAPING &
IRRIGATION, INC., a
Florida corporation,
CEMEX CONSTRUCTION
MATERIALS FLORIDA, LLC,
a Delaware limited company,
:. JAMES T. SULLIVAN, an
individual, .VONDLA D.
SULLIVAN, an individual,
and JAMES T. SULLIVAN, II,
an individual,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that pursuant to
a Default Final Judgment
rendered on August 26, 2010,
in that certain cause pending
in the Circuit Court in and
for Alachua County, Florida,
wherein RBC BANK (USA)
is the Plaintiff, and granted
against the Defendants,
Toney Sullivan, Inc., a
Florida Corporation,
alkla James T. Sullivan,
et al., in Case No. 2010-
CA-1155, J.K. Irby, Clerk of
thd Court of the aforesaid
Court, will at 11:00 a.m. on
September 29. 2010, offer
for sale and sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash in
the lobby of the Alachua
County Courthouse. 201
East University Avenue.
Gainesville. Florida 32601.
the following described real
and personal property, situate
and being in Alachua County,
Florida to-wit:
REAL PROPERTY
DESCRIPTION:
SEE ATTACHED
EXHIBIT "A"
PERSONAL PROPERTY
DESCRIPTION:
SEE ATTACHED
EXHIBIT "B""

Said sale will be made
pursuant to and in order
to satisfy the terms of said
Default Final Judgment.

IF YOU ARE A PERSON
CLAIMING A RIGHT TO
FUNDS REMAINING AFTER
THE SALE, YOU MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITH THE CLERK
NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU
FAIL TO FILE A CLAIM, YOU
WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO
ANY REMAINING FUNDS.
AFTER 60 DAYS, ONLY THE


OWNER OF RECORD AS
OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MAY CLAIM THE
SURPLUS.

DATED this 2nd day of
September, 2010


J.K. Irby
Clerk of the Court

By: Is/ Erika Powell

Attorneys for Plaintiff:
Christopher S. Linde, Esq.
Florida Bar Number:
0026393
Burr & Forman, LLP
4,50 S. Orange Avenue,
Suite 200
Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: (407) 244-0888
Fax: (407) 244-0889

REAL PROPERTY
DESCRIPTION

Lot 83, BRYTAN
P L A N N E D
DEVELOPMENT -
PHASE 1, as per plat
thereof recorded in Plat
Book 27, Pages(s) 58-64,
of the Public Records of
Alachua County, Florida.

EXHIBIT A

PERSONAL PROPERTY
DESCRIPTION

All right, title and interest
of Debtors in and to the
following described real and
other property, together with
all substitutions for and all
replacements, reversions and
remainders of such property
and all appurtenances and
additions thereto, whether
now owned or hereafter
acquired by Debtors
(collectively, the "Property"):

All of the land in the
County of Alachua,
Florida described below
(the "Land"):

Lot 83 of BRYTAN
PLAN NED
DEVELOPMENT -
PHASE 1, as per plat
thereof recorded in Plat
Book 27, Page(s) 58
through 64, of the Public
Records of Alachua
County, Florida.

(a) All rights, privileges,
t e n e m e n t s ,
hereditaments, right-
of-way, easements,
a p p e n d ages,
appurtenances or
riparian or littoral
rights, now or hereafter
belonging or in anywise
appertaining to the
land; and

(b) AII rights, title, and
interest of Mortgagor
in and to any streets,
ways, alleys, strips or
gores of land, now or
hereafter adjoining the
land; and

(c) All Mortgagor's right,
title and interest in and
to any award or awards
hereto or hereafter
made by any municipal,
county, state or federal
authority or board to
the present and all
subsequent owners
of the land, including
any grant or awards
for change or changes
of grade of any street
or leases affecting the
land; and

(d) All of the estate right,
title, interest, claims or
demand whatsoever of
Mortgagor either at law
or in equity in and to the
land; and
(e) All rents, profits, issues,
and revenues of the
land from time to time
accruing whether under
leases or tenancies,
now existing or
hereafter created; and

(f) All right, title, and
interest of Mortgagor
in any contract for the
purchase and sale of


any portion of the land;
and

(g) All personal property
and fixtures, as defined
in the Mortgage or
described in any
financing statement
filed in connection with
the Mortgage, now or
hereafter located on the
land.

EXHIBIT B

(Published: September 09
and 16, 2010)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
ALACHUA COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CASE NO. 01-10-CA-553

CAMPUS USA CREDIT
UNION,

Plaintiff,

vs.

DIANE H. THOMPSON,
.UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
UNKNOWN TENANTS)
IN POSSESSION and
SECOND UNKNOWN
TENANTS) IN
POSSESSION,

Defendants.
-----------------_
NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HERE BY
GIVEN that on the 22nd
day of September, 2010,
at 11:00 A.M. in the Lobby
at the Alachua County
Family/Civil Justice Center,
201 E.-University Avenue,
Gainesville, FL 32601, the
undersigned Clerk will offer
for sale the following real
and personal property more
particularly described as:

All of Lot 3 and Lot 2
LESS the East 53.92
feet of W.R. JONES
REPLAT OF LOT 19
OF D.E. WHETSTONE
ESTATE ADDITION TO
HIGH SPRINGS as per
Plat thereof recorded in
'Plat Book "A," Page 126
of the Public Records of
Alachua County, Florida,
also the North 1/2 of a 20
foot wide alley adjoining
the above described
property on the Southern
boundary thereof.

TOGETHER WITH
that portion of land more
particularly described as
follows:

That certain portion of
Northeast Second Avenue
(NE 2ND AVENUE) lying.
North and adjacent to lots
2 and 3, of Block 19, G.M.
WHETSTONE ESTATES,
A SUBDIVISION, as per
plat Book "A," Page 46 1/2,.
Public Record of Alachua
County, Florida. Between
Northeast Fourth Street (NE
4th Street) and the Southerly
Right-of-Way Line of U.S.
Highway Number 441, is
hereby closed, vacated and
abandoned as a Public Right-
of-Way by the City of High
Springs.

LESS AND EXCEPT
any portion of the above
described Northeast Second
Avenue (NE 2nd Avenue)
lying North of and adjacent
to the West 28.92 feet of the
East 53.92 feet of said Lot 2,
Block 19.

TOGETHER WITH: all
the improvements now
or hereafter erected
on the property,
and all easements,
appurtenances, and
fixtures now or hereafter
a part of the property.


The aforesaid sale will
be made pursuant to the
Final Judgment entered
in Civil No. 01-10-CA-
553 now pending in the
Circuit Court of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit in and for
Alachua County, Florida.

IF YOU ARE A PERSON
CLAIMING A RIGHT TO
FUNDS REMAINING AFTER
THE SALE, YOU MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITH THE CLERK
NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU
FAIL TO FILEACLAIM, YOU
WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO
ANY REMAINING FUNDS.
AFTER 60 DAYS, ONLY THE
OWNER OF RECORD AS
OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MAY CLAIM THE
SURPLUS.


DATED this
August, 2010.


24th day of


J.K. Irby
Clerk of Court

By: Is/ Julia Rogers
As Deputy Clerk

Meredith L. Minkus, Esquire
Florida Bar No.: 41656
BURR & FORMAN LLP
Post Office Drawer 1690
Winter Park, Florida 32790
Telephone: (407) 647-4455
Attorneys for Plaintiff

(Published: Alachua County
Today September 02 and
09, 2010)
CITY OF HAWTHORNE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING

On Tuesday, September
21st at 6:30pm at 6700 SE
221st St. Hawthorne, FL, the
City Commission will hold a
public hearing regarding the
following ordinances:

ORDINANCE

AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF HAWTHORNE,
FLORIDA, RELATING. TO
AN AMENDMENT OF TEN
OR LESS ACRES OF LAND
TO THE FUTURE LAND
USE PLAN MAP OF THE
CITY OF HAWTHORNE
COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, AS AMENDED,
PURSUANT TO. AN
APPLICATION BY THE


PROPERTY OWNERS,
UNDERTHEAMENDMENT
PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161
THROUGH 163.3215,
FLORIDA STATUTES,
AS AMENDED;
PROVIDING FOR
CHANGING THE LAND
USE CLASSIFICATION
FROM RESIDENTIAL
MEDIUM DENSITY
TO COMMERCIAL OF
CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN
THE CORPORATE
LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF HAWTHORNE,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES. IN
CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.:

ORDINANCE

AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF HAWTHORNE,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO
AN AMENDMENT OF TEN
OR LESSACRES OF LAND
TO THE FUTURE LAND
USE PLAN MAP OF THE
CITY OF HAWTHORNE
COMPREHENSIVE


PLAN, AS AMENDED,
PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION BY THE
CITY OF HAWTHORNE,
UNDERTHEAMENDMENT
PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161
THROUGH 163.3215,
FLORIDA STATUTES,
AS AMENDED;
PROVIDING FOR
CHANGING THE LAND
USE CLASSIFICATION
FAOM RESIDENTIAL
MEDIUM DENSITY
TO COMMERCIAL OF
CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN
THE CORPORATE
LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF HAWTHORNE,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

ORDINANCE

AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF HAWTHORNE,
FLORIDA, RELATING
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B4 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY CLASSIFIED THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 09, 2010


CLASSIFIED:
Continued from page B3
TO THE REZONING
OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES
OF LAND, PURSUANT
TO AN APPLICATION
BY THE PROPERTY
OWNER OF SAID
ACREAGE; AMENDING
THE OFFICIAL ZONING
ATLAS OF THE CITY
OF HAWTHORNE
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS,
PROVIDING FOR
REZONING FROM
RESIDENTIAL MULTI-
FAMILY (RMF-1)
TO COMMERCIAL
CENTRAL BUSINESS
DISTRICT (C-CBD) OF
CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN
THE CORPORATE
LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF HAWTHORfNE,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.


ORDINANCE
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF HAWTHORNE,
FLORIDA, RELATING
TO THE REZONING
OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES
OF LAND, PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION BY THE
CITY OF HAWTHORNE;
AMENDING THE
OFFICIAL ZONING
ATLAS OF THE CITY
OF HAWTHORNE
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS,
PROVIDING FOR
REZONING FROM 'RSF-
3' (RESIDENTIAL SINGLE
FAMILY) DISTRICT TO
'CN' (COMMERCIAL,
NEIGHBORHOOD)
DISTRICT OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN
THE CORPORATE
LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF HAWTHORNE,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY,.
REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.


Copies of the proposed
actions may be inspected
by the public at City Hall on
SE 221st St. The hearing
will be open to the public
and interested parties may
appear at the hearing to
be heprd regarding the
proposed action.
(Published: Alachua
County Today September
09, 2010
SALE NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that
Interstate Mini Storage
will sell the contents of the
following self storage units by
public auction to satisfy their
liens against these tenants,
in accordance with the
Florida Self-Storage Facility
Act. The auction will take
place at this location at 10
a.m. on Tuesday, September
28,2010 or thereafter. Units
are believed to contain
household goods, unless
otherwise listed.
Interstate Mini Storage, 2707
SW 40th Blvd., Gainesville,
FL 32608. Ph. (352) 371-
0852. *


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ROBBIE ROBERTS
(Published: Alachua County
Today September 09 and
16, 2010)
CITY OF NEWBERRY
REQUEST FOR
PROPOSAL: DEFERRED
COMPENSATION PLAN
457(b)
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
IN COMPLAINCE WITH
REQUIREMENTS OF
CHAPTER 287.055,
LAWS OF FLORIDA,
CONSULTANTS
COMPETITIVE
NEGOTIATION ACT, AS
AMENDED


The City of Newberry
desires to obtain full-
service recordkeeping and
administration Professional
Retirement Representation
in regard to Deferred
Compensation 457(b) Plan
for Public Sector entities
such as: States, Cities,
Counties or Fire Districts.
Questions may be directed
to: Deborah Starr, Human
Resources, Post Office
Box 369, Newberry, Florida
32669 Telephone (352) 472-
2446 x-112.
Submittal Information:
Firms desiring to provide
these professional services
to the City must submit
SEVEN COPIES IN A
SEALED ENVELOPE
and a Letter of Interest
labeled DEFERRED
COMPENSATION 457(b)
PLAN addressing:
Qualifications of your firm
Contact information for
your firm
Your firm's certification


Mail all submittals to: Gayle
Pons, City Clerk, City of
Newberry, P 0 Box 369,
Newberry, Florida 32669.
DEADLINE: NO LATER
THAN 2:00 P.M. ON
SEPTEMBER 30, 2010.
(Published: Alachua
County Today -
September 09, 2010)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR ALACHUA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2010-CA-0708
DIVISION: "K"
REBECCA F. BUTLER,
Petitioner,
V.
JOENATHAN BUTLER,
Respondent.


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Like a flash of lightning, the big horse charged into the livery
stable yard. Dirt and dust flew in every direction as the handsome
.steed came to a stop.
Ben Collins rushed out of the stable to see the action. He knew
what all that noise meant It meant that Mr Richard Henry
Lee was back in Philadelphia.
A well-dressed man leaped out of the saddle and boomed
a greeting to the 9-yearold stable boy.
Ben liked having Mr. Lee in town. He rode fine horses
and was very generous.
The dashing horseman tossed the reins to Ben, ordering
a rubdown, a bag of feed and plenty of water for his horse.
As he turned on his heel to leave, Mr. Lee flipped a copper
Into Ben's hand.
With a smile to his benefactor,' Ben stuffed the coin in his
pocket. Then he led the frisky animal into the stable and tied
Its reins to a post
Stepping up on a stool, Ben loosened the saddle and took It
off the animal.
With a stiff brush, he began currying the horse's coat, whisking
away dust and sweat. With each stroke of the brush, the horse
relaxed and his coat began to shine. Ben could tell that the,
horse had been on a very long ride.
When Ben finished brushing, he filled a feed bag and poured a pall
of water into a trough. While the horse-ate and drank, Ben carried
Mt Lee's saddle into a little room near the feed bin. Several saddles
were already there. Ben could name the owner of each one.
The little one in the corner belonged to Mr. Caesar Rodney. Mr
John Hancock's big fancy saddle was in the back. It sat where they


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Ben Collins and his two friends are America's
first "Young Patriots." Self-appointed spy catchers,
they help America fight for independence. At his
grandfather's livery stable in Philadelphia in 1776, Ben
meets delegates to the Continental Convention. From
them, he learns the value of education and is button-
busting proud when John Adams calls Ben and his
friends "Young Patriots."


iy
used to keep General Washington's saddle. That
was before Mr Washington went off to lead the
army. Ben called out the names of men who
owned some of the saddles: Jefferson, Dickinson,
Sherman, Lvingston, Wilson, Adams...
Ben not only knew every saddle, he could
recognize the men who owned them.
If any of the men came to the livery and asked
for his horse, Ben could find the right animal
and the right saddle. He never missed. Ben
was a good businessman.


Some of the men didn't use their saddles very V
often. They were rich. When they left town, they rode in
a carriage and let someone else drive them around. That was
all right with Ben because most of those men kept their carriages
at his grandfather's stable.
For almost two years, business had been good at the livery. Now
it was 1776 and there was a special meeting being held in the
State House. Ben heard it was called a convention. The men who
were meeting there were called delegates. Ben didn't know what
the convention was about, but It brought lots of men with horses
to town. He sometimes wondered what the men were doing over
in the State House,
but he was more
curious about
the spies.
His friends said
Philadelphia
was full of spies.










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ALACIIA COUNTY TODAY CLASSIFIED THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 09, 2010


CLASSIFIED:
Continued from page B4
NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Amended
Summary Final Judgment of
Partition in favor of Petitioner
dated July 7, 2010, and
entered in Case No.: 01-
2010-CA-0708 of the Circuit
Court of the EIGHTH Judicial
Circuit, in and for ALACHUA
County, Florida, and an Order
Re-scheduling Sale, wherein
REBECCA F. BUTLER, is the
Petitioner, and JOENATHAN
BUTLER, is the Respondent,
I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash in
the Lobby of the Alachua
County Civil Courthouse,
201 East University Avenue,
Gainesville, Florida, at 11:00
a.m., on Friday, September
17, 2010, the following
described property:

LOT SIXTY-TWO (62), a
replat of NORTHWOOD
PINES, UNIT FIVE (5), a
subdivision, as per plat
recorded in Plat Book I,
pages 56 of the Public
Records of Alachua
County, Florida.

IF YOU ARE A PERSON
CLAIMING A RIGHT TO
FUNDS REMAININGAFTER
THE SALE, YOU MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITH THE CLERK
NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU
FAIL TO FILE A CLAIM, YOU
WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO
ANY REMAINING FUNDS.
AFTER 60 DAYS, ONLY THE
OWNER OF RECORD AS
OF THE DATEQF THE LIS
OIENB6NAMIW FLAIM THE
SURPLUS.

WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on the 25th
day of August, 2010,

J.K. "Buddy" Irby
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: /s/ Erika Powell
Deputy Clerk

(Published: Alachua
County Today September
02 and 09, 2010)
REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS

The City of High Springs
is seeking qualifications
for architectural and
design services for the
implementation of the
Douglass Neighborhood
Redevelopment Plan. More
information may be obtained
at the City Manager's Office,
110 NW 1t' Avenue, High
Springs, Florida.

Qualification packet must be
completed and submitted to
the Office of the City Manager
by 1:00 pm, September 16,
2010.

THE CITY OF HIGH
SPRINGS RESERVES
THE RIGHT TO SELECT
THE ARCHITECT WITH
* QUALIFICATIONS THAT
BEST MATCH THIS
PROJECT.

(Published: Alachua
County Today September
09, 2010)






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Police Lieutenant
City of High Springs
$41,500-49,500 + Ben.,
DOQ
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WATERFRONT, North
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VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN
LAND-20 acres!- Galax
area, 2hrs from Charlotte,
views, gentle sloping for
great layout, springs, creeks,
private, reduced $199,500!
Call owner, (866)789-8535
NORTH ALABAMA LAND:
480 Acres. Joins the
Tennessee River! Pasture,
Bluff, Road Frontage,
Trees. $2500.00 /Acre.
Close to Chattanooga, TN
& GA. Debbie Mathis Realty
(256)599-5910
1 AC GILCHRIST COUNTY
Paved road frontage on CR
138. Cleared homesite. High
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5 AC Alachua
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$99,900 Total 352-215-1018.
NORTH ALABAMA FARM:
33 ACRES, 2 Barns, fenced,
Large Kennel, 3500 sq.ft.
Home, sell forAppraisal Price
$329,000. Debbie Mathis
Realty (256)599-5910




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spectacular views, paved
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A rummage sale to raise
money for the Archer Youth
Athelic Scholarships will
be held on Saturday, Oct.
2nd and Oct. 9th from 7
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Old
Fire Station on the former
of State Road 45 (US27)
and 137th Ave. in Archer.
Donations are needed and
appreciated. Please call
Sara Brannon at 352-514-
8431 to arrange delivery or
pick up of donations.



CHERRY BEDROOM
SET. Solid Wood, never
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Super Crossword


GREAT SCOTTS!


ACROSS
1 Piglet's papa
5 It's up your
sleeve
8 Waugh's "The
Loved -"
11 Vapor
14 check
18 Eban of Israel
19 Geometric figure
21 Hibiscus garland
22 Commedia dell'-
23 Scott Hamilton's
rival
25 Chemical ending
26 Obtains
27 New Hampshire
campus
28 ex machine
29 Jury members
31 "Readyl -1 Go!"
32 Ordered
34 Gilpin of
"Frasier"
37 21st President
39 Chews the
scenery
41 Annual award
42 Bewitching
location
43 Dealt with a
dragon
44 -Japanese War
46 Harvest
48 Hurler Hershiser
50 Rock's Supply
51 Scott Wolf series
55 With 89 Across,
"Batman" star
57 Al of "Insomnia"
60 Bond rating
61 High-flying agcy.
63 Claire or Balin
64 Component
65 Nab a gnat
68 Adjusted an
ascot
69 Mil. base
70 Show
indifference


Answers to SUPER CROSSWORD on B4


72 Scott Baio co- 136 "- my lips!" 62 "Farewell"
star 66 "I Rock" ('66


75 Column style
77 Flicka's food
78 Lohengrin's love
80 Actress Mia
81 Reject
82 Periodontists'
org.
83 Wander
84 With 120 Down,
Bowzer's group
86 Uproar
89 See 55 Across
91 Scott Glenn film
96 Liechtenstein's
cont.
97 Command at a
corner
99 Iridescent stone
100 Atmosphere
101 Hotels
102 Shortstop Pee
Wee
105 Vatican virtue
107 99 and 007
109 "The Producers"
star
110 -vera
111 "Fantasia"
frames
112 Prohibit
113 On (doing
great)
115 Vittle statistics?
118 "April Love"
singer
122 Riyadh resident
124 By means of
125 Scott Joplin
composition
128 Hint
129 Sixth sense
130 Varnish
131 Pavlova or
Paquin
132 Table d'-
133 Dem.'s opponent
134 Predatory fish
135 Theater sian


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1 Conifer covering 67 Museum piece
2 Bassoon relative 70 Clarinetist Artie
3 Singer Lane 71 Hot spot?
4 Heavenly sight 72 "Comic
5 4 Down's shape Dictionary" author
6 Zimbabwe, 73 Dack of "Dallas"
formerly 74 New Jersey city
7 Grimace 76 Baseball's
"8 San Luis -, CA "Master Melvin"
9 TV's "The 79 Bud's buddy
Flying-" 81 Sail with Sinbad
10 Slalom curve 85 Simbel
11 Merriment 87 Kennel features
12 Vergil's 88 Cen. segments
vagabond 90 Stocking
13 Leone stuffers?
14 Give in to gravity 92 Horrify
15 Scott Turow 93 Brad, for one
novel 94 Role for Liz
16 Furry fisherman 95 Prophetic
17 Try out 98 Wilson of "La
20 East Lansing Femme Nikita"
coll. 101 To such an
24 Tidy extent
29 Damascus dish 103 Restaurant
30 Normandy site employee
33 Tyrant 104 Plaza Hotel kid
35 Spanish river 106 Tone down
36 Shorten a sail 108 Isle near Corsica
38 Olympic first 109 Mrs. Phil
lady Donahue
39 Director Kazan 112 Baroque
40 Scott Carpenter's composer
profession 114 Certain Finn
41 "... say do" 116 Pipe connection
43 Fool 117 "I Remember
45 New Deal agcy. Mama" character
47 1492 vessel 119 Sarah Jewett
49 Hawaiian island 120 See 84 Across
52 Applauds a 121 "My word!"
bore? 123 Hum bug?
53 Self-smitten 125 Flavor enhancer:
54 Language suffix Abbr.
56 Not fem. 126 "Gotchal"
58 Shiba 127 System starter
(Japanese dog)
59 Neighbor of Mali


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