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Alleged hazing incident spurs



investigations in fire department


By GLENN COINE
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS Two High
Springs firefighters have resigned
in wake of an active, ongoing
investigation in the department, a city
official confirmed Wednesday.
Accordingto Interim City Manager
Jenny Parham, the two firefighters


submitted their resignations, effective
since Tuesday, but because of open
investigations, she said she could
not elaborate further. She would not
name the two individuals, but she
said everything relating to the issue
will become public record as soon as
the investigation is concluded.
One High Springs resident, who


did not want to be named in order to
protect their source of information,
said the High Springs Police
Department is currently conducting
eight separate internal investigations
on the fire department regarding
complaints stemming from alleged
FIREFIGHTERS:
Continued on page A5


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ELLEN BOUKARIIAlachua County Today
Sunshine and cool temperatures set the stage for a great turnout at the Alachua Harvest
Festival this past Sunday. The daylong event held in downtown Alachua featured fun-filled
festivities for the whole family along with special attractions, tasty cuisine, carnival like
games, a multitude of vendors, and continuous live performances. Sponsored by the Alachua
Business League, SunState Federal Credit Union, Gator Dominos, Alachua Printing and the
City of Alachua, admission to the 8th annual festival was free to the public. The festival is held
annually in October and attracts visitors from all over the area to Main Street,.Alachua.


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Hawthorne may



be facing $400k



budget woes
By BEA DIEHL utility allocations made in
Today Reporter the budget. The adopted


HAWTHORNE City
commissioners will be
reviewing Hawthorne's
budget again, after a
concerned citizen pointed
out Tuesday evening what
he believed were numerous
discrepancies in the town's
guiding financial document.
Ray Daniel, a retired


budget appears to reflect
transfers from utility
revenues into several other
departments such as the
City Commission, City
Manager, Executive and
other departments. But
those deductions seemingly
never appear to come
out of any of the utility


deputy state departments'
materials budgets.


and resource
engineer,
attended the
meeting to
inform the
commission of
errors he found
in the budget.
Although it
was passed
as a balanced
budget,
Daniel's own
calculations


According
to the budget
Daniel was
referencing,
95 percent of
the Customer
'S e r v i c e
department's
$42,000
budget is to be
funded through
" Utilities
Allocations"
while the


show a deficit. remaining five
A deficit he percent would
estimates to be nearly come from the general
$400,000. fund revenues. But none of
The problem, according HAWTHORNE:
to Daniel, arises from Continued on page A2


Fire engine becomes


learning tool


.By BEA DIEHL
Today Reporter
WALDO The sparkle
of the freshly washed
fire engine matched the
sparkling gratitude of
students in the Professional
Academies Magnet at
Lofton High School on Oct.
14.
On Thursday, Lofton
High School held a
dedication ceremony in
honor of the City of Waldo.
Students and faculty


gathered to thank Waldo
for the dedication of its fire.
engine to the school's fire
and emergency medical
service magnet.
Beth Hardee, director
of the magnet, asked for
the engine about a year ago
when she heard Alachua
County was taking over
Waldo's fire station.
Almost immediately the
commission unanimously
FIRE TRUCK:
Continued on page A2


Voters meet candidates at forum


By GLENN COINE
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS Money, alcohol, the
future and city morale were some of the topics
of discussion at Tuesday night's candidates'
forum.
The High Springs New Century Women's
Club hosted the hour-long event toprovide an
opportunity for city commission candidates to
answer questions from the community.
The candidates sat side by side as they
passed a microphone back and forth, each
giving his or her answer, or rebuttal, to the
five questions picked out of a hat.
Linda Clark Gestrin, Byran Williams, Bob
Barnas, Sue Weller and current High Springs
Mayor Bill Coughlin are vying for two
commission seats up for grabs' in November.
John Hill, who was appointed to replace
Diane Shupe after she resigned, holds one
of the open seats, and Coughlin occupies the


other. Hill is not running.
.Each candidate offered an opening
statement sharing their background with the
audience of about 40 and explained why they
deserve a vote.
Meet the candidates
Clark-Gestrin said she was excited to be
there, and she wants to "help restore respect
and common sense to City Hall."
Williams proclaimed his pride and
allegiance to Santa Fe High School as a
1976 graduate. He made it clear that he loves
High Springs, and he is about unity in the
community, not division.
He told the audience, "We all belong to
High Springs."
Acknowledging his competition, Barnas
said every candidate wants the best for the
city, they just differ on how to improve it.
FORUM:
Continued on page AS


BRYAN BOUKARIAlachuawCounty Today
L-R: Bob Barnas, William Coughlin, Linda Clark Gestrin, Sue Weller, and Byran
Williams faced off at a candidates' forum Tuesday night, vying for votes in the
city commission election to be held Nov. 2.


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not take action
you will have
rough times
ahead for the
citizens of
Hawthorne."
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Jesse says,
"Feed your
faith and doubt
will starve to
death."


HAWHORNE: Daniel: City will have to quadruple utility rates by spring
Contiuedfrom pageAAl


if budget is not corrected
the city's three utility departments reflect that "I guarantee ifyou all do
$39,911 expenditure. w will have rough times ahead
"Utilities Allocations" were used to fund Hawthorne," Daniel said to'
seven other departments as well and none of the meeting on Tuesday.
those transfers in are balanced by transfers out City manager Ed Smyth
from any of the utilities. had the budget looked over
To remedy the deficit Daniel believes the and was.told that the budget
city will have to increase water/wastewater rates did admit that the account
Sby 193.5 percent, almost triple what it is now, budget a cursory glance.
unless the city trims its budget drastically. Now Smythis concerned
"Citizens of Hawthorne cannot afford such missed something or a math
increases," Daniel said. have thrown offthe balance.
He argues that if the city commission sure of what exactly Daniel
continues to use funds at the rate they are, with a he cannot verify nor deny E
reliance on the uncertain 'balanced' budget, the Smyth pointed out that he wa
city will run out of money in the spring. Then discussion of the budget, and
to recover from the deficit, he believes the city with him to discuss the issue.
will have no option but to quadruple the water/ "I have no idea what met]
wastewater rate. Daniel] or what version of th

FIR*E -RUCKN 0
ContinuedJ eA Lofton high grateful
voted to donate the engine, She recalled one At the event,
to-the high school. instance where, students City Manager Kim
Hardee said the magnet were planning to work said that the youth
has used the engine since on the trtck, and that day future, which is
the end of last year. one of her students came city wanted to do
"It has been in extremely sick. When engine.
phenomenal," Hardee said. she told him to go home, Hardee was
"It has enhanced the reality he didn't want to because by what she sees
of what it is like to be a of his excitement' over generosity of the p
firefighter." working with the fire truck. Waldo, and appreci
Hardee stressed that the "The sense of pride the event offered
fire engine is the student's these kids have over this demonstrate to e
engine. And while they engine is overwhelming," how thankful the
do not drive the truck; Hardee said. are to the city.
they do handle everything The event on Thursday "I'm grateful fo
else. Students load hoses, was created to officially to get the recogi
practice spraying with recognize the City of deserves," said Har
the hoses, clean .the truck, Waldo for the gift. A 'title' # # #
pump water from the for the engine and the keys E-mail bdiehl
engine and manage other were handed over from city alachuatoday.c
engine responsibilities, officials to the school.


Obitua
Dorothy B. "Dot" Funeral services are- Skipper of Alachi
Graham at the Jonesville Baptist brothers; Gerald
Dorothy B.. "Dot" Church in Newberry Hart of Arizona and
Graham passed away on Thursday, October 21, 2010 (Ruth) Hart of I
October 18, 2010. She was at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Ohio; sister,
91. Corey Cheramie officiating. Christy of Arizo


Mrs. Graham had
resided in Newberry for
the past 25 years and was
a member of Jonesville
Baptist Church.
She was born on
February 27, 1919; in
Raleigh, N.C., daughter
of the late Henry Johnson
Perry and Emily King.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Harrison William Graham
and daughter, Vicky
Caraway.
Survivors include her
son, Lafon "Skeets" (Jodie)
Hockaday of Pembroke
Pines, Fla., four daughters,
Sandra K. (Joe) Becker
of Trenton, Fla., Cindy F.
Hines, Judy (Tommy) Hines
and Penny (Aaron) Fowler,
all ofNewberry; one sister,
Sue., Rogers of Raleigh,
N.C.; 18 grandchildren; and
25 great-grandchildren.


Burial will be at Jonesville
Cemetery.
Arrangements are
under the care of Evans-
Carter Funeral Home, High
Springs.

Lela M. Green
Lela M. Green, Alachua
resident, passed away
Monday, October 18, 2010,
at North Florida' Regional
Medical Center. She was
83.
She was a native of
Belmont, Ohio, a member
ofFirst Presbyterian Church
of Alachua and the Alachua
Women's Club.
Survivors include her
husband, Austin Green
of Alachua; son, Dennis
(Kathy) Green of St.
Clairsville, Ohio; two
daughters, Naomi Susan
Green of Winchester,
Va. and Lucille (Butch)


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not take action you
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Smyth said.
Smyth is certain of one thing, he will make
sure he and his accountant go over the budget it
more detail.
Residents at the meeting were concerned
that such serious problems may have beer
overlooked in the budget.
"I'm amazed, and it scares me," Viviar
Wagner, a concerned resident and regular
attendee at commission meetings, said.
Commissioners were worried about thc
budget issues brought up in the meeting as well
and the commission decided to hold a budge
workshop to further discuss these issues or
Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 10 a.m.
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E-mail bdiehl@
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fire engine


special to Alaca c .ouny sIoay
Students and faculty at the Professional Academies
Magnet at Lofton High School honored the City of
Waldo for donating a fire engine to the school's fire
and emergency medical service magnet.


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(Helene)
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Belmont,
Barbara
na; six


grandchildren and four.
great-grandchildren.
Memorial services will
be conducted at 2 p.m. on
Monday, October 25, 2010
at the First Presbyterian'
Church of Alachua, with the
Reverend Larry Seymour
officiating.
Arrangements are
under the care of Evans-
Carter Funeral Home, High
Springs, Fla. -

Diane Susan Holloway
Diane Susan Holloway
of Alachua passed away on
October 19, 2010 at E.T.
York Hospice Care Center
in Alachua, Florida.
She was born on
November 13, 1961 in New
Haven, Conn., tho daughter
of Azarias Bousquet and
Eleanor Horback.
There are some people
who come into this world


for an unknown reason and
leave as an ahgel leaving
their mark on our hearts as
they pass through. Diane
was this person. Diane
held great strength, courage
and love for life. No matter
what life threw at her, she
never let it take her down.
She was known as mom
to everyone because she
would take anyone in. She'


loved her friends add her
family. But most important
in her life were her children.
They were her rock that kept
her stable. We will always
cherish our memories and
she will forever be in our
hearts. ..
Some of her favorite
hobbies were gardening,
playing darts and being a
softball mom.
'Survivors include her
husband, Victor "Mickey"
Holloway; five children,
John (Cindy) Leclerc,
Brandy Leclerc, "Scott
Leclerc, Autumn Wooten
and Chelsea Holloway;
brothers and sisters,
Louis Bousquet, Michael
Bousquet, Denise Kolenda
and Bobby Bousquet; her
four dogs; Popeye, Brutus,
Ashley and Whimpy.
Arrangements are
under the care of Evans-
Caner Funeral Home, High
Springs, Fla.

Ernest Alonzo Spencer, Jr.
Ernest Alonzo Spencer,
Jr., age 88, a World War
II Silver Star recipient, of
Alachua, Florida, passed
away at his home, on
SThursday, October 14,
2010. He was 88.
Ernest was born in
Alachua, Fla. on March
9, 1922 and was a lifelong
resident. After graduating
from Emory University
with a Bachelor's Degree
in Science, Ernest joined


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the United States Army in
the World War II European
Theater as a Medic. As
part of the 94th Infantry
Division, Technician Third
Grade Spencer helped save
soldiers' lives in France and
Germany and was awarded
Sthe Silver Star for Gallantry
in Action during a fierce
battle with the Nazis.
When the war ended,
Ernest settled back into
life in Alachua and began
his career with the United
States Postal Service as a
Rural Carrier. Alongside
this career, Ernest pursued
his lifelong passion for
farming and his. beloved
family.
Ernest'was a member for
81 years ofthe Alachua First
United Methodist Church.
He was passionate about
his work with the church.
Ernest was an avid ballroom
dancer with a particular flair
for the Cha Cha.
He was preceded in
death by his sister, Lillian
Carwithen; his son, Ernest
(Ernie) Alonzo Spencer,
II; and his son, Stephen E.
Spencer.
Survivors include his
beloved wife of 58 years,
RoseAnne Robarts Spencer;
two sons, Michael (Carol)
Spencer of Florahdme,
SFla. and David M. (Ann)
Spencer of Alachua, Fla.;
five grandchildren, Tiffany
Spencer (Jon) During of
Florahome, Fla., Eric
Andrew Spencer of Ft
Lauderdale, Fla., Stephen
Dylan Spencer of New Port
Richey,.Fla., lan A. Spencer
and Elias J. Spencer of
Alachua, Fla.; and one
great-grandson, Henry
Logan During; two sisters,
Mary (Bob) Uhl of Atlanta,
Ga. and Esther (Henry)
Whetstone of St. Augustine,
Fla.
Funeral Senrices were
held Monday, October
18, 2010 at 11 a.m. at
the Alachua First United
Methodist Church, 14805
NW 140th Street, Alachua,
Fla., followed by a private
interment.
Fpr those'who wish,
Memorial Contributions
may be made to the Alachua
First United Methodist
Church, PO Box 668,
Alachua, FL 32616.
Milam Funeral and
Cremation Services,
Gainesville, Fla.
Obituaries: The obituaries in this +
section are considered news and are
published free of charge by Alachua
County Today. Obituaries may be
edited for style, space and policy.


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ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY COMMUNITY CORNER THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2010 A3


Community
:-Meetings & Es in te


'Meetings & Events in the He


PUBLIC MEETINGS


*Hawthorne Meets the 1st
and 3rd Tuesdays of each
month at 6:30 p.m. at City
Hall.
*High Springs Meets the
2nd and 4th Thursday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. in
City Hall.
OLaCrosse Meets the 2nd
Monday of each month at
7:30 p.m. at Town Hall.
EMicanopy Meets the 2nd
Tuesday of each month at
7:30 p.m. at Town Hall.
NNewberry Meets the 2nd
and 4th Monday of each
month at 7 p.m. at City Hall
"Waldo Meets "the 2nd
Tuesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Yerkes Center.


SArcher -, Meets the 2nd
and 4th Monday of each
month at 7 p.m. at City Hall,
16870 SW 134 Ave..
*Alachua (City) Meets
the 2nd and 4th Monday of
each month at'6:30 p.m. at
City Hall.
*Alachua County Meets
the 2nd and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 9 a.m. at
- the County Administration
Building, 12 SE 1st Street,
Room 209, Gainesville.
Citizen comments are taken
at 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
*Gainesville Meets, the
1st and, 3rd Thursday of
each month at 1 p.m. at City
Commission Chamber, 200
East University Avenue.


m Bethesda Outreach
Ministries of Alachua would
like to invite you Family and
Friends Day on Oct. 31. At
11 a.m., speaker Elder Robert
Jammer; 4 p.m., speaker Pastor
Steve Miller. The family that
prays together stays together.
Bethesda Outreach Ministries
of Alachua is located at 13205
NW 157th Avenue, Alachua.
Elders Nyron and LaShandra
Jenkins, Pastors. For more
information, contact 352-339-
4466.
* Alligator Warrior
Festival and Reenactment
of the Battle of San Felasco
Hammock Oct. 29-31 at
O'Leno State Park, 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. The event includes an
early afternoon reenactment of
the 2nd Seminole War Battle
of San Felasco Hammock,
which took place on Sept.
18, 1836 near present day


fund raising auctions after
battle.
Park entry fees
but the park is waivin,
fee for school groups; $
single occupant vehicle; $
vehicle holding 2-8 pe
$2 for pedestrians, bicyc
and additional passer
The event is organized b
Alligator Festival of
City Fla., Inc. an all volu
501(c)(3) public charity.
The park is located a
SE Oleno Park Road,
Springs. From 1-75 take
#414 onto US-441 sout
about 5 miles and turn
onto SE Sprite Loop w
is a frontage road. Tak
first left onto Bible
Road and then a right int
O'Leno State Park entry
GPS 29.54.55N x 82.34.
Visit alligatorfest.org for
information.


* The Alachua the Hawthorne area's past. Alachua. There will be a m FREE Fall Celebr


. Historical Society will There are paintings by Francis drum arbor and dance circle & Magic Show will be held
present "Interesting (and Moore, an artist known-locally with inter-tribal dances where Oct. 31 starting at 5 p.m.
Scandalous) Elections, in as "Hawthorne's Grandpa veterans will be honored, at North Pleasant Grove
Florida's History" by Archie Moses." Various displays The event will feature the Baptist Church. A fun,
SMatthews on Tuesday, Oct. 26 of Hawthorne and a display renowned FiddleWorks Keili festive, faith-filled apd family-
at 7 p.m. at the Alachua Lion's demonstrating how turpentine Kids playing 19th Century friendly evening that will
SClub. Refreshments will be was made in Florida show American music; traditional include a weenie roast, hay
provided. visitors this unique process. Indian and Pioneer skills rides, candy, games and will
a The Hawthorne Hawthorne Historical Museum demonstrations; handcrafted top off with Illusionist and
SHistorical Museum: and and Cultural Center is located and factory items; and food Comedian Jim Chester. Make
SCultural. Center holds at 7225 SE 221st Street. It is vendors as well as daily plans now to bring the whole
-. artifacts.and paintings from open Saturdays 1-4 p.m. donation raffle drawings and family! For more information,

Newberry Lions walk for Autism Speaks
STAFF REPORT the Oakview Middle School ticket for one of many great The Newberry Lions
S Alachua County Today track in Newberry. The track prizes. Enioy lunch provided Club asks for support by


NEWBERRY This
weekend the Newberry Lions
Club will be hosting their 51
Annual Walk in support of
Autism Speaks. The walk
will take place Saturday, Oct.
23 at 10 a.m. 12 noon, at


is located behind the school
and there is plenty of parking.
Participants are urged to come
early to register. All money
raised goes to Autism Speaks
for research. Come have fun,
network, walk, run if you
chose, buy a chance drawing


by Gator Domino's.
One child in 110 is
affected by autism, and in
boys, it's one in 74. School
systems, communities and
families hre affected by
the many children with the
disorder.


participating, donating, and
telling others about the walk.
All checks should be made
payable to Autism Speaks.
For more information call
352-472-4335.
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'Newberry festival brings fall spirit


By AMANDA HILL
-' Today Reporter
NEWBERRY- For those
9 .9okiiig'fr .an excuse to get.
'. out' of the house and enjoy
the beautiful weather this
weekend, Newberry is the
Place to go for festive fall fun.
^" The Fourth Annual Fall
"t" Market Festival is planned
'' to take place in downtown
: Newberry on Saturday
'- from 9 am. to 4 p.m. and
-will spotlight more than 50
Vendors from all over the state,
Said Main Street Manager
Barbara Hendrix, one of the
'- event's coordinators.
'X. As visitors stroll down
.. Seaboard Drive, they will
:** be able to check out arts
.. and crafts displays, shop the
;.' local produce at the farmers
ri market, listen to live music.
from the band Late Night
Delivery and even try their
-,hand at interactive archery
r:,. demonstrations. When
hunger sets in, they will be
Enticed by the aromas coming
from a veritable potpourri
., of food vendors, including
-several that will be competing
.in a barbeque cook-off.
Hendrix said the Main
Street Organization tried to
Include something for every
age group when coordinating
the event. The kids will have a
Number of different activities
;to explore such as pony


rides, face painting, bounce
houses and a basketball toss.
.For the adults, a health fair
will offer expert advice on
healthy living, blood pressure
and blood sugar checks and
"brown bag checks" for those
who wish to bring in their


prescription medications to
have them evaluated.
Last year's festival
attracted 4,000 people and
Hendrix expects'to see even
more come out this year
due to a heightened interest
in Newberry's expanding


community.
"Newberry is growing in
so many different.ways and.
people want to come and see
what's going on," she said.
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OPINION fluoride to municipal water supplies?


Vote for Bob Barnas
By voting for Bob Barnas you are
voting for your best interest. Bob is the.
voice of the people. He is one of us and
he knows the negative impact even the
smallest increase to our budget can have.
He listens to the concerns of all of,
us whether it is a merchant or fellow
citizen. He is extremely knowledgeable
and when he speaks "he has thoroughly
investigated the matter and has all the
facts. He is a man of great integrity.
He will stand up for all of us and can be
depended on to do what is best for the
citizens and the entire community.
SAltouigh, have not attended, all
commission -meetings I have attended
many,' fiany meetings over the past six
years and have heard Bob speak on many
issues for all those years. Bob does not
sit silently by; he takes a leadership role.
He is not a one issue person; he speaks to
all issues affecting our community. Each
time he has spoken I was aware of his
d ep concern for the community and his
fierce determination to right wrongs. He
brings issues that need to be addressed to.
die attention of the commission and the
citizens. Bob is also actively involved in
community activities.
I am honored to endorse Bob Barnas
as city commissioner and feel confident
that he would serve our community well.
Leda Carrero
High Springs, Fla.

County Commission has more
money than civic responsibility
Do you remember playing musical
chairs? Sure you do and so must our
current County Commission as that is
their motif for budgeting. Budgeting
by setting of priorities is never even
attempted. Budgeting. i done by the
theorem of musical chaiis. Individual-
--items are brought up -for 'discussion
and approval arid when the-well is dry
the harangue starts. The negotiations
start with an advocate for pork, legacy
building, common sense, and each
knows that there must be give and take
for each to achieve their objectives. The
budgeting process is circumvented by
special interest. The chairs represent the
personal interest of each commissioner.
There is an old saying, "If you don't
know where you are going, any road will
get you there."
-In this writing there is no intent for
advocacy of any initiative, other than
open discussion. Everything should be
on for discussion and each commissioner
should state their priorities for funding
or, at least through discussion let them
be assumed.
Today's hot button is "infrastructure"
and it should be, as just the road
maintenance need is a backlog of $380
million, currently funded at an annual
rate of $6 million. Irresponsible.
Everything should be on the table
and some are systemic, such as: Elderly
Recreation Center; Homeless outreach;
Environment Protection Department
(less than 10 percent of Florida counties
fund their own,) land acquisition for
preservation (it costs money, puts
-maintenance demands on government
and removes them from the tax rolls,);


Last week's poll: Do you think Yes.............. 71%
political mudslinging is worse this No...............29%
year than in the past? VOTES 68


ETURS To E.ITOR 7.


Choices has done its job. just a few.
Musical Chair Budgeting is
irresponsible to the taxpayers of this
county. This is an election year and a time
for each of us to ask for accountability.
N. Fancher
Gainesville, Fla.

Wilford's logic unclear
I appreciate Commissioner
Wilford's response to my objection to
his suggestion that we have volunteers
from other states come to do housing
rehabilitation.
Unfortunately I don't get his
reasoning.-
If we have houses to work on and
that work is given to people who don't
live here,.then we are taking away work
that could be done by local people who
need that work. There is no getting
around that, no matter how "heartfelt"
the initiative is. I know people here need
work. Our first loyalty goes to them.
Next, in our present position, if there
is money for "non-critical" line items, it
should be saved, not spent somewhere
else. The idea is to get back on solid
footing and take care ofthe basics: police,
fire/rescue, infrastructure. These are the
things we should always concentrate on.
They are the priorities. Getting carried
away with "non-essential" ideas in good
times is what leads to severe problems
in bad times.
Finally, I don't believe this would
have brought much "additional revenue"
to us. These kinds of statements are made
by promoters of projects all the time,
and are unquantifiable and unproven.
SBut they sound good at the time. My
question is always, how do you know
that? What is your method for putting
a number on the increased -revenue?.
In this particular case, the amount of
increased revenue would not counter
giving our own people work.
These kinds of arguments are good
to have and should be out in the public
as much as possible with plenty of
participation. I thank Commissioner
Wilford for this opportunity.
The question of how the taxpayers'
money should be spent' is the most
important question facing public
officials, and people should make their
opinions known.
Duane Helle
Alachua, Fla.

In Archer, we are listening
It is election time and you hear strange
things from people in our community.
Most recently a resident expressed to me
"the perception here in Archer is that no
one is listening."
What is so amazing about this is
that how would one know when they
never come to commission meetings
to offer input, and no involvement in
the decision making process. On many
occasions I have asked the residents of
Archer, through our monthly newsletter,
to please come and offer input at our
meetings. How do we feel while sitting
there talking to the empty chairs?
I would like to commend the
commissioners I am working with for
their continued diligence and patience
during the budget time, which can be


especially difficult. We have limited
,funds to work with, and in spite of the
circumstances we were able to not
raise taxes, and we retained all current
employees of the City of Archer.
The city is experiencing economic
challenges that are being felt throughout
the county. Now more than ever we need
our residents to come forward and work
with the city to offer input in areas of
concern.
Presently, we are discussing the
sewer system, and I was pleased
that approximately 100 residents
participated. I encourage everyone to
check the mail for notification of the..
next sewer meeting with the engineers.-.
Please plan to attend.
Mayor Roberta Lopez
City ofArcher, Fla.

What choices for Choices?
Sunday's League of Women Voters'
Forum was insightful. Often these
sessions provide nuances or hearing
new messages from a candidate, but not
commonly do they provide a completely
new perspective on a major issue. This
occurred in the way the question was
posed to the candidates for County
Commission and, while it was not
immediately apparent, it should start a
new dialogue about a contentious issue.
The question was, "Did Choices meet
its objectives?" Or words to that effect.
The answer resoundingly is. "Yes."
The objective was to provide a level
of free health care for the working
indigent. Clearly it did that. In fact, an
aggressive and expensive ad campaign
was run to ensure that all people in the
county who fit this demographic could
be served. This was welcome news,
obviously as the problem was not nearly
as large as was anticipated; there were
fewer people in this predicainent -
good news. The resultant was a funding
surplus iti the order of $40 million.
Choices had met its' objectives and
there was sufficient funding to carry it
through 2014 when the PatientProtection
and Affordable Health Care Act (Obama
Care) comes into -fulfillmnent.
Why was that not the time to declare
Choices successful and return the future
money to the residents of Alachua
County? In all honesty it is otir money
and the County Commission, in all
honesty should not have investigated
ways to spend that money that fell
way outside of the original objectives.
Commissioner Chestnut boasted that we
now have 7,500 people as recipients.of
the largess from Choices and that is an
increase of over 150 percent! It is hard
to believe-that Zumba (?) lessons at the
Mall are related to working indigents.
The point was made that this was
an initiative that was voted on by the
residents of the County.
True, but did that initiative include
Zumba lessons? Of course not.
The commissioner washing of
her hands (voters wanted it) is only
symbolic as the initial initiative was
from the County Commission; the
direction to staff for the proposal was
from the County Commission; the
approval of the proposal was by the
County Commission, and the decision


to place it .on a primary ballot where
turnout is considerably lower (some,
more cynical than I would claim that is a
way to require fewer support votes from
the faithful and it did win by 84 votes).
The scope and depth of Choices
has increased over its life. This is the
mindset that pervades this commission.
It is not a lack of money; it is a lack of
priority. As long as each commissioner
will succumb to the pork, special interest
or legacy build of another, we will never
have enough money. Priorities are built
by direct comparisons such as: are
Zumba sessions more important than.
roads?
.. .-.. ,B. Rodman-Rod) Tuttle
SGainesville, Fla.
,.
Support for Coughlin and
Gestrin
I am writing this letter in order to
express my support for Linda. Clark
Gestrin and Bill Coughlin for the two
available seats on the High Springs
City Commission. In a tumultuous*
economic time, I believe it is important
to elect individuals who will ensure
that our commission remains fiscally
responsible.
To this point I have been pleased
with what the commission has done, and,
would like to see the city continue t4
move forward. Contrary to the opinion
of some, I do not believe that there are
any "good old boys" on the commission.
May and Davis are in their first terms,
respectively, and John Hill is a stand-inj
Commissioner Coughlin has also been
a dedicated public servant for some
time. All of these gentlemen abide by
the Sunshine Law and continue to serve
with purpose and responsibility.
Currently in college, I wish to
remain in this town well into the future.
For this reason, I feel that a fiscally
conservative commission is the, way to
go. I firmly believe that the right votes
for the upcoming election are for Bill
Coughlin and Linda Clark Gestrin. WithV
experience that counts, and the best
interests of High Springs at heart, they
will encourage growth while keeping
b6th sensibility and accountability in our
leadership.
Zachary Walter
High Springs, Fla.





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FORUM: s termination key question
ContinuedfrompageA1Drumm s termination key question


But, he said, "It's time
for change."
He also reminded the
audience that he has been
a licensed realtor since
2005, and by law he must
always "account for all
funds," stressing that is
exactly what he'll do as a
commissioner.
Weller pointed.out her
24 years of experience
working for the City of
Miami, for 12. of which
she ,was director of labor
relations. She said one of
her major concerns now
in High Springs is that the
current commission has
ignored recommendations
from economic task forces.
Coughlin, who is
nearing the end of his
second, though not
consecutive, term on the
commission, talked about
his experience serving in
the United States Navy for
six years and his experience
serving the community of
High Springs.
He said he wants "to
keep the nice town we're
used to, but we have to be
able to pay our bills.".
The issues at hand
The first question
stated there appears to
be dissatisfaction with
city government, and low
morale at City Hall; what
would each candidate do to
restore trust and confidence
and raise morale?
The first four to
speak echoed each other,
agreeing on the need for
open communication,
government transparency
and accessibility.
The current mayor not
only disagreed with these
answers, but he challenged
the premise of the question "
itself, saying there isn't
dissatisfaction with the
current commission. He


said that before he was
elected three years ago,
businesses downtown
couldn't have lit "open"
signs, and the city budget
was headed for a train
wreck.
As for low morale at
City Hall, he said he knows
of plenty of employees who
are "happy as clams."
The second question
addressed the recent debate
over how to prioritize
public safety in the city
budget.
"I think public safety is
paramount," said Weller.
Williams and Clark
Gestrin both shared similar
philosophies, saying that it
is and must always be No.
1. Citizens want to be safe
in their community, said
Williams.
Clark Gestrin added
that to support this priority
and the current level of
service, the city has to
expand itstax base.
Coughlin was critical
of High Springs for having
a police department, fire
,department and. dispatch
center as compared to
other towns its size of
fewer than 5,000 residents,
most of which, he said,
do not operate their own.
departments.
SBarnas said the majority
of residents want to keep
the level of services they
have, and he supports that,
but overtime scheduling
needs to be modified, and
he wants to avoid raising
taxes or fees.
Perhaps one of the
most anticipated subjects,
question No. 3. asked
candidates whether they
agree with the recent action
to terminate City Manager
Jim Drumm, and how
they view the role of city
manager.


While Barnas and
Williams both suggested
they did not necessarily
disagree that Drumm
should leave, they didn't
like the way it was done.
Questions were raised why
the commission wouldn't
wait until January, when
Drumm's contract could be
non-renewed, and the city
wouldn't have to pay him
severance.
Coughlin refrained
from commenting on the
basis that he represents the
commission and the city,
which is in the midst of
negotiations with Drumm,
and Clark Gestrin said she
didn't have all pertinent
information to pass
judgment.
Only Weller disagreed
with Drummn's dismissal,
saying he's done a good job
in his role as city manager,
and the commission
'shouldn't be trying to
Smicromanage.
The next question
touched on another timely
hot-button issue: alcohol.
The candidates were
asked that if it meant more
restaurants would set up
shop in High Springs,
would they amend the
rule that alcohol cannot
be sold (for immediate
consumption) within 500
ft. of a church. Currently,
retail stores like gas
stations and convenience
stores can sell packaged
alcohol, such as six-packs
of beer and bottles ofwine,
within 500 ft. of a church,
but restaurants cannot serve
alcohol if they are within
such distance.
Weller was the only
candidate to say she would
consider amending the law
to less than 500 ft.
The last question
prompted the five


opponents to describe what
they see as High Springs'
most outstanding feature,
and how they see the city
economy developing in the
future.
The consensus was
that the city's most prized
features are the people who
live there, the rivers and
springs running through it
and the historic district.
Barnas seemed to lead
the charge for promoting
the area's natural
attractions, and taking
advantage of all the traffic
passing through, whereas
Coughlin stood fast that
new business needs to be
brought in, including some
industry, because above all
else, there needs to be local
job opportunities.
Williams and Clark
Gestrin also stressed the
importance of promoting
local business, and Weller
echoed Barnas on the value
of the springs and also the
historic downtown area.
Now it's up to the voters
After the forum
concluded, Commissioner
Larry Travis said he
thought it went fine, but
was disappointed that
more residents didn't come
out to listen to what the
candidates had to say.
The majority of people
who did show, he said, are
ones who have already
made up their mind and
know who they're going to
vote for.
It's the people who
didn't come who would
benefit from having more
information to base their
decision on, because their
minds might not be made
up yet, he added.
Commissioner Eric
May thought people Aidn't
come because they have
already decided. He also


said he thinks voter turnout
will be strong despite the
lack of attendance at the
forum.


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Ask Your Dentist
by Douglas M. Adel, D.DS.

Primer on braces


Q: What is the value of
braces?
A: While their cosmetic
role is obvious, straightening
teeth into an orderly smile,
there are other reasons
for braces. Crooked teeth
are harder to keep clean,
a problem that can lead to
tooth decay, gum disease and,
down the road, tooth loss.
Misaligned teeth can.also be
an impediment to talking and
chewing, and over time can
cause abnormal wear on tooth
enamel.
Today's generation
of' braces, also known as
orthodontic appliances, can be
as visible or as inconspicuous
as a patient likes. For
instance, some brackets, what


are affixed to the tooth to hold
wires and elastics, are clear
or tooth-colored. Advances
in the equipment also make
braces more comfortable and
more efficient than they were
in the past.
There are two. basic
categories of braces: fixed,
which are installed and
removed by the dentist,
and removable, which the
patient can put in and take
out according to the dentist's
instructions for duration of
wear. A persofi generally will
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years, followed by a shorter
period of wearing a retainer to
hold teeth in place. Talk with
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A real "senior prom" at


Hathcock Community Center'


Photos special to Alachua County Today
The Hathcock Community Center was the site of the "Seniors' Prom" where 97-year-old
Mr. Williams and 96-year-old Ms. Jackson served as the official prom king and queen.


By GLENN COINE
Today Reporter
ALACHUA Sparkling confetti and
shimmering tablecloths helped transform
the Hathcock Community Center into a
fairytale paying homage to fond memories
of proms past, but it was the company
shared among guests that made the night.
The community center hosted the
"senior's prom" for Alachua's senior
citizens recently. The theme of the night
was draped across the windows on a white
banner speckled with gold stars and black
letters boldly proclaiming "Welcome to the


Golden Years."
Like any prom, it had its king and queen,
97-year-old Mr. Williams and 96-year-old
Ms. Jackson. And they wore their crowns
proudly. The multitude of photos from
the evening showed how much everyone
enjoyed the party.
There were centerpieces on every table,
cake for all to eat, and of course, everyone
was dressed to impress.
Attendees said they couldn't thank
the community center enough for hosting
the event, and there are hopes of an even
bigger and better seniors' prom next year.
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acts of hazing among to hear both sides he said,
firefighters. adding that because of the
It's a. really sensitive ongoing investigation, he
issue, said City wanted to protect the rights
Commissioner Eric May, of all individuals involved
who declined to comment by not commenting at this
on the nature of the time.
investigations or any details High Springs Fire Chief
about the parties involved. Verne Riggall also said
Any time there is he could not comment,
wrongdoing, it's important' beyond confirming that


two firefighters had
resigned. He said it is his
understanding that they did
so with the belief that it
would be in the best interest
of the department.

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L Sheriff Sadie Darnell


October is Domestic
SViolence Awareness Month.
-' Did you know that according
to the Surgeon General,
domestic violence is the
number one cause of injury
Sto American women?
The Florida Department
of Law Enforcement
reported a statewide 5.8
percent increase in domestic
violence-related homicides
for the first half of 2010 over


Taj
Rasheed
Williams
Black Male,
6'01",
9/15/1976


'Currently
wanted for:
Possession of
* Marijuana less
'20 grms,
Possess Drug,
Equip


Dylan
Gray
White Male,
5'9",
7/10/1985
Brown Hair,
SBrown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Burglary and
SFelony Theft


Domestic violence


the same period in 2009.
The numbers of deaths,
emergency room visits and
doctor visits continue to
rise annually. This costs
taxpayers approximately $5
to $ 10 billion dollars per year
in medical, police, and court
services, shelter and foster
care expenses as well as sick
leave and absenteeism. Yet
many victims do not even
realize they are victims.
If you can answer yes to


any of these questions, you
are a victim: Are you afraid
to disagree with or say "no"
to your partner? Do you
apologize for his behavior?
Have you ever been hit,
kicked, orpushed by him; or
forced to have sex? Is your
partner jealous of time you
spend with friends or family?
Are you forced to justify
what you do, where you go
or who you see?
If so, please realize you


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Edward
Henry
Ondatto
lack Male,
6'02,
2/28/1969
Black Hair,
Brown Hair

Currently
wanted for:
DUI, Drive w/
License
Suspended


Kimberly
Howell.
White
Female, 5'4",
4/1/1966
Brown Hair,
Blue Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Cocaine
Possession


Justin
Lamero
Rankin
Black Male,
6'02"
10/12/1988
Black Hair,
Brown Hair

Currently
wanted for:
Discharge
Firearm in
Public


Lyndon
Boykins
Black Male,
6'1",1
8/30/1969
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Child Support


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Daniel
Joseph Bell
White Male,
6'01",
8/28/1976
Red Hair,
Hazel Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Battery,
Criminal
Mischief


Larry
Williams
Black Male,
5'11",
3/18/1948
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
28 Counts of
Fraud


are in a dangerous situation
and develop an action plan
for your safety and that of
your children. Talk to friends,
family or law enforcement.
You are not alone! The
abuse is not your fault! You
deserve to be safe and there
are resources to help you. For
help or assistance, call the,
Peaceful Paths Crisis Line
at 352-377-8255 or 1-800-.
SAFE (7233).


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Jennifer
Godden.
White
Female,
12/26/83
5'02",
115 IbS
Blonde Hair,
Hazel Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Possession of a
Controlled Sub-
stance without a
Prescription,
Possession of
Drug Parapher-
nalia, Petit Theft


Timothy
Queen
White Male,
4/20/53
6'03",
225 Ibs
Gray Hair,
Green Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Grand Theft,
Fraud


Dermet y Clovis
Hall. McNair
Black M ,lp Black Male,
5'09 5'08",
5/17/19 4/25/1987
Black ~Mi -: Black Hair,
Brow iBrOwn Eyes

Currently rently
wanted f &anted for:
Trespass, 1' 1 Traffic in
Driving while, Cocaine (3
License counts),
Suspended. or. Possess and
Revoked.( Sell Cocaine
counts) i'


Quintyra James
White Nelson
Black Black Male,
Female, 9/22/73
1/27/89 : 6'01",
Black Hair, 180 lbs
Brown Eye' Black Hair,
.Brown Eyes
Currently :
wanted for: Currently
Battery wanted for:


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aggravated
walking


Clint
Gray
White Male,
6'00",
11/4/1988
Brown Hair,
'Brown Eyes

Currently
,wanted for:
Obtain
Controlled
Substance by
Fraud


Maxi
Gibson
Black Male,
5'07",
4/23/1973
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
Felony
Battery


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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B2 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY RELIGION THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2010


A simple test of love


When people think
of the legends of British
Christianity, one of the
most interesting ones is the
mystery of the Holy Grail.
And one of the earliest
myths associated with the
chalice used by Christ at
the Last Supper is that
it ended up in the hands
of Joseph of Arimathea.
Legend has it that Joseph,
as a follower of Christ, was
arrested'and imprisoned
for 40 years but he was
miraculously sustained by
the hidden powers of the
chalice. He was secretly
released from prison by
Christ and traveled to
England where he and a
group of disciples began
the process of entrusting
the Giail to a succession
of keepers, establishing the
secret British priesthood.
Eventually, King Arthur
would set out .on his quest
to find the place where the
life-giving Holy Grail was
hidden.
SThis story has all the
elements of religion and
romance, of power and


piety. Those who seek the
Grail want its power, and
then realize that without
holiness they'll never
possess its power. It's not
hard to see the similarities
between the Holy Grail and
the Ark of the covenant.
Both vessels contained
something holy and were:
consecrated by God
Himself,. blessing those
who are holy and respect
the mysterious presence of
God, and bringing curses.
on those who covet the
sacred object for its power.
The Gospel of Saint
Matthew, Chapter 20, tells
that the mother of James
and John asks the Lord if her
two sons might sit at places
of power in the Kingdom of
Christ, a request she made
because Saints James and
John desired the positions;
The request is turned-into
a question that we all need
to consider; "are ye able to
drink of the cup of Christ's
Baptism?"
S This isn't the first time
that these two wanted to,
demonstrate their power.


THE'VEN. JOHN E.
PLEASURE
All Saints Anglican
Church, Gainesville.'
A parish of the
Christian Episcopal
Church
But before we start
condenining the Apostles
for their zeal, we need to
remember that they wanted
a sign of Christ's authority
and were willing.to be the
instruments that would
bring everyone to submit to
His authority. In their own
hearts and minds, they had
already submitted to His
Lordship and they wanted
to bring all the earth under
Christ's rule. They were
willing to use the Gospel
or, if necessary, violence.
Having a true union
or an intimate association


with Jesus Christ makes
you to want to protect His
honor. James and John are
really great examples of
this principle, displaying
their zeal for Christ's
name. It's a simple test of
love to defend the honor
of someone you love, and
it's a supreme example of
betrayal to keep quiet or
not to react when a wrong
is done to a loved one. The
modem Church has fallen
on a new dark age because
it's being subjected to the
whims of heretics who
are dishonoring the sacred
name and holy presence of
Christ. We must ask God to
inspire in us a holy passion
to defend the honor and
name of His Son, our Lord.
Christ taught them the
proper solution later and
also the path. to defending
His Holy Name among
the ungodly, unregenerate,
and wicked 'unbelievers
in the world.. This lesson
is contained in Matthew,
Chapter 20:
"Ye shall drink indeed
of my cup, and be baptized
with the baptism that I am
baptized with: but to sit on
my right hand, and on my
left, is not mine to give, but


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To sit at the right and
left hand of Christ in His
Kingdom is to wish for
the highest places of honor
near the one they loee
most. Their request to sit
on either side of, Christ
also suggests they intend to
enforce His rule. Their zeal
is obvious-their desire
.isn't a reflection of pride
as much as it is misguided
love. These are two of three
Disciples (Peter, James,
and John) who were, by
all Gospel accounts, the
closest followers of Jesus.
Their desire to be near
Christ isn't rebuked, only
their wrong 'thinking that
Sto be near Christ meant to
rule and enforce Christ's
Authority over others in
this life. That is what


needed to be corrected.
In our own life this kind
of correction is needed.
Like those who sought the
elusive and powerful Holy
Grail, at times we seek
an imaginary life that's
protected from pain, from
tragedy or from personal
heartache-what we
actually. heed is to learn to
partake from His Cup and
Share in His Baptism of
suffering.
We've been born of
God, created in His Image,
and in this life we're to
experience the process
of becoming Mlike 'Him.
We haven't been saved
to escape Hell's fire, but
rather, to become more
and more conformed into
the character of our loving
God; as we become more
like Him we have greater
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The Heartland Community Places of Worship


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


Sel.lowship
Church
Contemporary Praise & Worsip
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. & 11 a.m.-
16916NWUSHwy 441, High Spring
386-454-1700
www.FellowshipOnline.org


HIGH SPRINGS CHURCH
OF CHRIST
520 NE Santa Fe Boulevard
BibleClassesforAlAges 930a.m.
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

New St. Mary Missionary
Baptist Church'
13800 NE 158thAvenue,.Alachua 32616
Rev. Daniel H. McNish, Pastor
Phone & Fax (386) 462-7129
Services: Sunday School 9:30 am.
MoringWorship 11 am.-lst,2nd, 3rdSSunday
Quartey 11 am. 4th Sun. Birthday Rally
Service; Tuesday Evening 7 p.m.
Prayer Meeting & Bible Study


Ois nts Inglican QCltr(tl)
ApaiShq[f&OriXiEpisopdair h
Where worship is our central act
Where the apostolic tradition is
Upheld
Where.we kneel to pray
Where worshipful music
is the standard
Where traditionalliturgy
is the norm
Where the Holy Scriptures
. areproclaimed
j Where a prayerful and quiet
atmosphere is provided
* Where traditional values are taught
* Where we seek to proclaim a risen.
Savior in our daily life and work
Come Join Us .
Bible.Study 9:30 a.m,- Church 10-30 anm.'
and other special services as announced.
12880NW39thAvenue
(352) 317-5757 wwwAllsaintsXnEC.org


S First Baptist Church of Alachua
SOne block east of Main Street in Alachua
386462-1337
Sunday: Wednesday:
S9:30a.m. Sunday School 6:15 p.m. Youth (6th 12th grades)
1045 a.m. Worship 6:15 p.m: Choir rehearsal
( SB 4:30 p.m. Awana(2 yrs- 5thgrade). .
5:15 p.m. Adult Bible Study v .fbalah m
College Bible Study ww.fbcalachu.coOm
Doug Felton, Pastor

First United Methodist Pumpkin Patch
Church of Alachua
14805 NW 140th Street 462-2443 Through Oct. 31
Pastor Dr.Adam Zele
JeffVanValey, Youth&Children'sMinis M-Sat 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Traditional Worship, 8:45 & 11 am.
Contemporary Worship 6 pm Sun 12:30 pm. to 6 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 am. US 441 south of I-75
www.alachuafirstunitedmethodistorg U.S H 441, th f 1-75


Service Times
I C Sunday 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
,A L C c U Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Sivs Youth Service Wed. 7:30 p.m.
,, tl9pa tof Senior Pastors: Edwin & Angela Anderson
Otr rd.l" 386-454-1563
GoA's .Wwww.impactfamilychurch.com.
16710 NW US 441 Between High Springs &Alachua

Services
Sunday: 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Children's Church 10:30 a.m.
AasemMy ofGod Tuesday: Youth Service 7 p.m.
Wednesday:
Located at 14200 NW 148th Place Adult & Children Bible Study 7 p.m.
Downtown Alachua Nursery provided for all services.
www.riveroflifeassembly.org Pastor Greg Evans 352-870-7288


New Oak Grove Baptist Church
Sunday School 10 a.m.,
Worship 11 am., Evening Service 6p.m.
Wednesday Fellowship Meal 6 p.m.
Bible Study 7 p.m.
RAs, GAs & Students 7 p.m.
Nursery Provided
Terry Elixson, Jr., Pastor
386462-3390 18100NW262Avenue

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
Moming Worship: 11 a.m.;
Church School 9:45 a.m.
Bible Study: 7 p.m. (2nd & 4th Wednesdays)
7hne. RUSLH-PanyLiaSan d gHqes


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.
SWednesday Bible Study 6:30 pan.
Wednesday.Youth Ministry 6:30 p.m.
.17376 SW 128th Place, Archer, FL 32618
Marilyn V. Green, Pastor
352.495.9811

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

Foundation Chapel Church
of God by Faith
Sunday: Sunday School 10 p.m.; Mid-Day
Worship 11:30 am.; Children's Church 6
p.m.; Evening Worship,6 pa.m; 'esday:
YSB 7pm; Wednesday: Outreach
Fellowship Dinner 6p.m.; GeneralPraye
Service 7:30 pan.
13220 NW 150thAvenue, Alachua
Pastor WifieJ. McKnightSr. 462-2549

PASSAGE
Family Church
TReahinpeopk where ty are"
2020 NE 15 Street
eorge and Gainesville
Lady Michele Dix (352) 336-8686
Sunday Services:.
b.m.'-P- hlg High Mornng Worship .
S930 a.m.- Sumndy School
11 am. Morning Glory Worhip ,
S &Childen's Curch
Wednesday Services:
:, 12pnoa nNoonDayfPrayt'er
7 p. -Prayer & Bible Study
Youth Services:
7 p.m. Fourth ridays
www.passageministries.org


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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
(Tvo streets behind Criswell Park)
352-339-4466
Elders Nyron and LaShandra Jenkins


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has moved to anew location
530 N. Main Street, High Springs, FL
(behind Hardees)
Bible Study Wed. 7 pn
Sunday Pastoral Teaching 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 11a.m.
Church: (386) 454-2367
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NOTICE OF INTENT TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS
NAME

Pursuant to Section 865.09,
Florida Statutes, notice
is herdby given that the
undersigned, Owners, The
Facial Pain Association, Inc.
925 NE 56 Terrace, Suite C,
Gainesville, FL 32605, doing
business underthe firm name
of The Facial Pain Research
Foundation, located at 925
NW 56th Terrace, Suite
C, Gainesville, FL 32605,
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 13 day of October,
2010.

(Published: Alachua
County Today October 21,
2010)



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

CASE NO.: 01-10-CA-2954
DIVISION: J


REGIONS BANK,
an Alabama banking'
corporation,

Plaintiff,

v.


235A PARTNERS, LLC,
a Florida limited liability
company, MICHAEL D.
MESIANO, an individual,
KEVIN L. TROUP, an
individual, WILLIAM T.
PYBURN, III, an individual,
LAWRENCE R. TOWERS,
an individual, and
WARROOM PARTNERS,
LLC, a Florida limited
liability company,

Defendants.

NOTICE dF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that pursuant to the
Consent Final Judgment
rendered on September 30,,
2010, in that certain cause
pending in the Circuit Court
in and for Alachua County,
Florida, wherein REGIONS
BANK, an Alabama banking
corporation, is plaintiff, and
235A PARTNERS, LLC,
a Florida limited liability
company, MICHAEL D.
MESIANO, an individual,
KEVIN L. TROUP, an
individual, WILLIAM T.
PYBURN, III,'an individual,
LAWRENCE R. TOWERS,
an individual, and
WARROOM PARTNERS,
,LLC, a Florida limited liability
company, are defendants, in
Civil Action Cause No. 01'-
10-CA-2954, J. K. "Buddy"
Irby, Clerk of the aforesaid
Court, will at 11:00 a.m., on
November 2, 2010, offer for
sale and sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash
in the lobby of the Alachua
County Family/Civil Justice
Center, 201 East University
Avenue, Gainesville, Florida,
the following described
real property 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
Consent 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 11th day of
October, 2010.

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

By: Is/ Erika Powell
Deputy Clerk

Attorneys for Plaintiff:
Andrew M. Sodl
Florida Bar Number:
0906891
Akerman Senterfitt
50 North Laura St., Suite
2500
-Jacksonville, FL 32202
Telephone: (904) 798-3700
Facsimile: (904) 798-3730

Exhibit A
The Real Propertv

A tract of land situated in
Sections 8 and 17, Township
8 South, Range 18 East,
Alachua County, Florida,
being more particularly
described as follows:

Commence at the Southeast
corner of Section 8, being
the Northeast corner of
Section 17, Township 8
South, Range 18 East, and
run S. 87*26'55"W., along
the section line, a distance of
50.01 feet to the West right of
way line of County Foad No.
235-A (100 foot right of way)
and the Point of Beginhing;
thence run S.01*45'18"E.,
along said right of way line,
a distance of..571.16 feet
to the North right of way
line of the former Seaboard
Coastline Railroad; thence
run S.57003'28"W., along
said North right of way line,
a distance of 1074.22 feet;
thence run N.0154'18"W.,
parallel with and one foot
West of the West right
of way line of the 20 foot
wide American Telephone
and Telegraph Company
easement as described
.in Official Records Book
415, page 139 of the Public
Records of Alachua County,
Florida, a distance of
1114.62 feet to the South
line of said Section 8; thence
run S.87"26'55"W., along
said South line, a distance
of 360.41 feet; thence run
N.01"54'18"W., a distance of
611.28 feet to the Southwest
comer of the lands described
in Official Records Book
2918, page 1475 of the
Public Records; thence run
N.87*27'04"E., along the
South line of said lands, and
along the South line of the
lands described in Official
Records Book 224,1, page
1384 of said Public Records,
a distance of 1283.53 feet
*to the aforementioned West
right of way line of County
Road No. 235-A; thence run
S.01"47'55"E., along said.
right of way line, a distance
of 611.24 feet to the Point of
Beginning.

Exhibit B

The Personal Prooertv

1. All buildings, structures,
and other improvements
now or hereafter located
on the Real Property more
particularly described on
Exhibit A hereto and by
this reference incorporated
herein, or any part thereof
(the "Real Property");
together with

All rights-of-way, streets,
alleys, passages, riparian
and littoral rights, waters,
water courses, sewer rights,
rights, liberties, privileges,
tenements, hereditaments,
easements, and
appurtenances thereunto
belonging or in anyway
appertaining, whether
now owned or hereafter
acquired by 235A Partners,
and including all rights of
ingress and egress to and
from the Real Property
and all adjoining property
,(whether such rights now
exist or subsequently arise),
together with the reversion
or reversions, remainder and


remainders, rents, issues
and profits thereof; together
with

All machinery, apparatus,
equipment, fittings, and


fixtures whether actually
or constructively attached
to the Real Property and all
building materials of every
kind and nature, and all trade,
domestic, and ornamental
fixtures and all personal
property now or hereafter
located in, upon, over, or
under the Real Property
or any part thereof on or
off-site benefiting the Real
Property and used or usable
or intended to be used in
connection with any present
or future operation of said
Real Property, including, but
without limiting the generality
of the foregoing: all heating,
air-conditioning, lighting,
incinerating, and power
equipment; all engines,
compressors, pipes, pumps,
tanks, motors, conduits and
switchboards; all plumbing,
lifting, cleaning, fire
prevention, fire extinguishing,
refrigerating, ventilating, and
communications apparatus;
all boilers, furnaces, oil
burners, vacuum cleaning
,systems, elevators and
escalators; all built-in stoves,
ovens, ranges, disposal
units, dishwashers, water.
heaters, exhaust systems,
refrigerators, cabinets,
and partitions; all rugs and
carpets; laundry equipment;
together with all contract
rights to acquire any of the
foregoing and all deposits
and payments made under
contracts for the acquisition
of same; together with all
additions and accessions
thereto and replacements.
thereof and proceeds
therefrom.
*

2.
a. Allcontracts, nowexisting
or hereafter executed,
with general contractors,
subcontractors, surveyors,
materialmen, suppliers and/
or laborers in connection
with or pertaining to the
construction of. buildings or
any other improvements on
the Real Property;
b. Any agreements for
architectural/ engineering
services between 235A
Partners and any architect/'
engineer which is hereinafter
entered into with respect
to the construction of
improvements on the Real
Property;
c. Drawings, plans and
specifications prepared
by any architect/
engineer in connection
with the construction of
imprdvem6nts on the Real
Property;
d. Any and all building
permits, governmental
permits, licenses or other
governmental authorizations
in favor of or in the name of
235A Partners now existing
or hereafter executed,
authorizing the construction
of the improvements on the
Real Property, including, but
not limited to, stormwater'
permits, water distribution
system permits, Department
of Transportation permits,
sewage collection system
permits,. and concurrency
reservation certificates;
e. Any and all utility service
agreements wherein a utility
company, utility provider
and/or the appropriate
governmental entity has
agreed to provide utilities to
the Real Property;
f. All contracts, binders or
other agreements between
235A Partners and a buyer
of the Real, Property for
the purchase, and sale of
the Real Property or an
individual lot(s) within the
Real Property and further
including such contract
binders or other agreements
which may hereafter come
into existence with respect
to any portion of the Real
Property and including all
deposits, letters of credit and
other monies paid or payable
under any of the above. *
3.
All entire interest in and
to any and all leases, rental
agreements and agreements'
for the use and/or occupancy
of any part of the Real
Property (said leases,
rental agreements and
other agreements are herein
referred to as the "Leases")
now existing or hereafter
entered into which affect


the Real Property or any
part thereof, together'with
all rents, income and profits
arising from said Leases
and renewals thereof and
all rents, income and profits


for use and occupation of
the Real Property and from
all such Leases upon said
Real Property and to any
and all monies, rents, issues
and profits of every kind and
nature whether arising from
Leases or otherwise.
(Published: Alachua
County Today October 14.
and 21, 2010)
City of Alachua
Request for
Qualifications
Real Estate Brokerage
Services
RFQ 2011-01

The City of Alachua FL
is requesting statements
of qualifications from
Florida-licensed real estate
brokerage firms for the
marketing and sale of two (2)
City-owned'parcels located
at 15001 NW 140 Street
and 15100 NW 141 Street.
The contract period will run
until the end of FY 11, 30
September 2011.

Statements of qualification
will be accepted' through
5PM, 18 November 2010.
Submission documents for
RIQ 2011-01 are available
on the City's website
(www.cityofalachua.org).
Documents may also be
obtained by contacting Frank
Sodek, III Administrative
Services Director at 386-
418-6105 or (www.fsodek@
cityofalachua.org). The
City reserves the right to
waive informalities in any
'submission and to accept the
statement of qualifications
that will be. in the best
interests of the City.

Statements of qualifications
should be submitted to:

Frank Sodek, III
Administrative Services
Director
15100 NW 142 Terrace
Alachua FL 32615
(Published: Alachua
County Today October
21, 2010)

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 2010 CP-1267

'IN RE: ESTATE OF

Willie B. Manghram, Jr.

deceased.

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of Willie B. Manghram,
Jr., deceased, Case Number
2010CP-1267, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Alachua
County; Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is J,K. "Buddy" Irby,
Clerk of the Court, P.O. Box
600, Gainesville, FL 32602-
0600. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other persons
havingclaims or demands
against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this
notice has been served
must file'their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS.
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of,
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against the
decedent's estate, must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of 'first'
publication of this notice is
October 14, 2010.

MICHAEL H. WILLISON,
P.A.
Michael H. Willison, Esquire
114 S. Lake Avenue


Lakeland, Florida 33801
(863) 687-0567
Florida Bar No. 382787
Attorney for Personal
Representative

Beverly Manghram
Personal Representative
Addres: 7508 NW 181st
Terrace
Alachua, FL 32615

(Published: Alachua
County Today October 14
and 21, 2010)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH'
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR ALACHUA
COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO: 2010-CA-
002984

SUNTRUST BANK, a
Georgia state chartered
bank,

Plaintiff,

v.

JOHN M. CURTIS,
individually.and GAIL
W..CURTIS, individually,
jointly and.severally,
and ALACHUA
GATEWAY CENTER
SURFACEWATER
MANAGEMENT
ASSOCIATION, INC.,
a Florida non-profit
corporation,'

Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE ON
AMENDED COMPLAINT

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, the
Clerk of the Circuit Court
for Alachua County, Florida,
under and' pursuant to the
Final Summary Judgment
in Favor of SunTrust Bank,
a Georgia state chartered
bank, heretofore entered on
the 27th day of September,
2010, in that certain cause
pending in the CirQuit Court
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit,
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Continuedfrom page B3
in and for Alachua County,
Florida, being Civil Action
No. 2010-CA-002984, in
which SUNTRUST BANK,
a Georgia state chartered
bank ("SunTrust") is the
Plaintiff and JOHN M.
CURTIS, individually
("John") and GAIL W.
CURTIS, individually
("Gail"), jointly and severally,
and ALACHUA GATEWAY
CENTER SURFACEWATER
MANAGEMENT
ASSOCIATION, INC.,
a Florida non-profit
corporation ("Alachua
Gateway") are the
Defendants and under and
pursuant to the terms of
the said Final Summary
Judgment in Favor of
SunTrust will offer for sale at
public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash,
in the lobby of the Alachua
County/Family Justice
Center, 201 E. University
Avenue, Gainesville, Florida
32601, on the 29th day of
October, 2010, at the hour
of 11:00a.m. in the morning,
the same being a legal sales
day and the hour a legal
hour of sale, the real and
personal property situated
in Alachua County, Florida
and legally described as
follows:

Real ProDerty

A PORTION OF SECTION
9, TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH,
RANGE .18 EAST,
ALACHUA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBEDAS FOLLOWS:


COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER
OF SECTION 9, TOWNSHIP
8 SOUTH, RANGE
18 EAST, ALACHUA
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND
RUN THENCE SOUTH
01*49'00" EAST, ALONG
THE WEST BOUNDARY
OF SAID SECTION,
1576.08 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 88"33'13" EAST,
1300.20 FEET TO THE
NORTHWEST CORNER
OF THAT CERTAIN TRACT
OF LAND AS DESCRIBED
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 503, PAGE 107 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OI ALACHUA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; THENCE
SOUTH 01'49'00" EAST,
ALONG THE WEST
LINE OF SAID CERTAIN
TRACT OF LAND, 1347.44
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE
CONTINUE SOUTH
01"49'00" EAST, ALONG
SAID WEST LINE, 1000.00
FEET TO A.POINT ON
THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE OF U.S.
HIGHWAY NO. 441 (STATE
ROAD NOS. 20 AND 25,200'
R/W); THENCE SOUTH
79"06'59" EAST, ALONG
SAID RIGHT-Of-WAY LINE,
1279.84 FEET TO A POINT
ON THE EAST LINE OF
THAT CERTAIN TRACT
OF LAND AS DESCRIBED.
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 27, PAGE 296, ET
SEQ., OF SAID PUBLIC
RECORDS; THENCE
NORTH 03"06'22" WEST,
ALONG SAID EAST LINE,
1000.00 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 78052'47" WEST,
1257.95 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.


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thejproject for the week is completed so that parents can
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chapter Seven-


by Kay I


The weather turned hot In Philadelphia In the summer of 1776.
Ben and'his friends were not having much luck catching spies.
Then one morning Ben spotted the stranger who had rented
Ginger and nearly run him down In the alley. The man came
out of a house not far from the stable.
After that, the spy catchers began watching the house. They
were sure the man was a spy, but they could never catch him
doing spy work.
Every time John Adams came to thestable, Ben talkedto him
about spies and other important things. Mr Adams said the
delegates meeting in the State House were writing a new
document. He said the document would declare a new country.
It would be called the United States of America. He said the
delegates were also raising money to help General Washington
ight the British army.
Mt Adams said the new Declaration of Independence was
being written by Thomas Jefferson Mr Adams was sure
Mr Jefferson's words would be inspiring. He said when the
Declaration of Independence was adopted, all the 13 colonies
would rise up and beat the British.
When Ben heard Mr. Adams talk about the Declaration of
Independence, he'could hardly wait to hear what it said. Ben
now knew that he should go to school so he would be able
to read the declaration all by himself. He decided to tell his
grandmother that he would start to school when summerended.
' It was already late in the month of June. Things were busy at
Grandfathers stable. Ben worked hard to keep things dean and
help with the horses. One aftenmon as he was putting clean straw
in a stall, Ben heard someone call out Stepping out of the stall,
he was surprised to see the mysterious stranger
The man asked for Grandfather, but Ben said that his grandfather
was on an errand across town. The man wanted to rent a wagon and
a team of horses for two days. Ben said he could take care of that


classroomm Extensions
Things to Think About and Do -
A. Read the Declaration of Independence. How many
people signed it? Do you recognize any of the names?
B. Why did'Ben decide to go to school? What do you think
the man plans to do with gunpowder?


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LESS AND EXCEPT:
A PORTION OF SECTION
9, TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH,
RANGE 18 EAST,
ALACHUA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBEDAS FOLLOWS:

COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER
OF SECTION 9, TOWNSHIP
8 SOUTH, RANGE
18 EAST, ALACHUA
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND
RUN THENCE SOUTH
01"49'00" EAST, ALONG
THE WEST BOUNDARY
OF SAID SECTION,
1576.08 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 88"33'13" EAST,
1300.20 FEET TO THE
NORTHWEST CORNER
OF THAT CERTAIN TRACT
OF LAND AS DESCRIBED
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 503, PAGE 107 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF ALACHUA COUNTY,
FLOR-IDA; THENCE
SOUTH 01"49'00" EAST,
ALONG THE WEST LINE
OF SAID CERTAIN TRACT
OF LAND, 2347.44 FEET
TO A POINT ON THE
NORTHERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE QF U.S.
HIGHWAY NO. 441 (STATE
ROAD NOS. 20 AND 25,
200' R/W); THENCE
SOUTH 79"06'59" EAST,
ALONG SAID RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE, 1022.19
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE
CONTINUE SOUTH
79"06'59" EAST, ALONG
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY'
LINE, 257.64 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE EAST LINE
OF THAT CERTAIN TRACT
OF LAND AS DESCRIBED


IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 27, PAGE 296, ET
SEQ., OF SAID PUBLIC
RECORDS; THENCE
NORTH 03*06'22" WEST,
ALONG SAID EAST LINE,
260.82 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 73*45'-46" WEST,
264.96 FEET, THENCE
SOUTH 03"06'22" EAST,
PARALLEL WITH SAID
EAST LINE, 286.30
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.

Together with all
improvements,
tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances,
pertaining thereto.

Personal Propertv

a. Improvements. All
buildings, structures,
betterments,' and other
Improvements of any
nature now or hereafter
situated in whole or in
part upon the lands in
Alachua County, Florida,
described on Exhibit
"B" attached hereto
(the "Land") regardless
of whether physically
affixed thereto or
severed or capable of
severance therefrom
(the "Improvements").

b. Appurtenances. The
benefit of all easements
and other rights of any
nature whatsoever
appurtenantto the Land,
the Improvements, orthe
use made or operations
conducted upon the
Land, and all rights of
way, streets, alleys,
passages, drainage
rights, sewer rights,


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."









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As his grandfather had taught him, Ben found
two good horses and hitched them to a small
.wagon. Then he collected the proper amount
of money and the man drove away. Ben wished
he could follow because he just knew the man
was going on a spy mission.
When his grandfather returned, Ben told about
renting the wagon and team. Grandfather said
Ben had done a good job.
That night the spy catchers met. Ben reported
on the man who rented the horses and wagon.
The spy catchers decided everyone should look
out for the man in the wag6n.
But they had no luck.
Two days later the man returned the wagorrand horses. As Ben
helped push the wagon back In its place, he smelled a strange
odor H6 asked his grandfather about it. Grandfather went to the
wagon and sniffed.
"It's gunpowder," Grandfather said. "This wagon has been
hauling gunpowder."
Ben finallyhad something important to report. That night he told
Davey and Will about the gunpowder. The boys decided that
Ben should tell everything to Mr Adams.


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water rights and rights of
ingress and egress to the
Land, and all adjoining
property, whether now
existing or hereafter
arising, together
with the reversion or
reversions, remainder
or remainders, rents,
issues, incomes, and
profits of any of the
foregoing.

c. Tangible Propertv. All
of Debtor's interest in
all fixtures, equipment
and tangible personal
property of any nature
whatsoever now or
hereafter (i) attached or
affixed to the Land or the
Improvements, or both,
regardless of whether
physically affixed thereto
or severed or capable of
severance therefrom or
(ii) regardless of where
situated, used, usable,
or intended to be used
in connection with any
present or future use
or operation of or upon
the Land. The foregoing
includes all heating, air
conditioning, lighting,
incinerating, and power
.equipment; all engines,
compressors, pipes,
pumps, tanks, wells,
water mains, laterals,
manholes, motors,
conduits, wiring,
and switchboards;
all plumbing, lifting,
cleaning, fire prevention,
fire extinguishing,
refrigerating, ventilating,
and communications
apparatus; all boilers,
furnaces, oil burners,
vacuum* cleaning
systems, elevators, and
escalators; all stoves,
ovens, ranges, disposal
units, dishwashers,
water heaters, exhaust
systems, refrigerators,
cabinets, and partitions;
all rugs and carpets; all
laundry equipment; all
building materials, all
furniture, furnishings,
office equipment, and
office supplies (including
stationery, letterheads,
billheads, and items of
a similar nature); and all
additions, accessions,
renewals, replacements,
and substitutions of any
or all of the foregoing (the
"Tangible Property").

d. Income. All rents,
issues, incomes, and
profits in any manner
arising from the Land,
Improvements, or
Tangible Property, dr any
combination, including
Debtor's interest in
and to all leases,
licenses, franchises,
and concessions
of, or relating to, all
or any portion of the
Land, Improvements
or Tangible Property,
whether now existing or
hereafter made, including
all amendments,
modifications,'
replacements,
,subst i t i on s,
extensions, renewals,
or consolidations. The
foregoing items are
jointly and severalry
called the "Rents" in
this instrument.

e. Proceeds. All proceeds
of the conversion,
voluntary or involuntary,
of any of the property
described in this
paragraph into cash
or other liquidated
claims, or that are
otherwise payable for
injury to, or the taking
or requisitioning of,
any such property,
including all insurance
and condemnation
proceeds.

f. Contract Rights. All of
Debtor's right, title and
interest in and to any and
all contracts, written or
oral, express or implied,


now existing or hereafter
entered into or arising,
in any manner related
to the Improvements,
use, operation, sale,
conversion, or other
disposition of any
interest in the Land,
Improvements, Tangible
Property, or the Rents,
or any combination,
including any and all
deposits, prepaid
Items, and payments
due and to become
due thereunder, and
including construction
contracts, service
contracts, advertising
contracts, purchase
orders, and equipment
leases.

g. Other Intangibles.
All contract rights,
accounts, instruments
and general intangibles,
as such terms from time
to time are defined in
the Florida Uniform
Commercial Code, in
any manner related to
the use, operation, sale,
conversion, or other
disposition (voluntary or
involuntary) of the Land,
Improvements, Tangible
Property, or Rents
including all permits,
licenses, insurance
policies, rights .of action
and other choses in
action.

h. Secondary Financing.
All of Debtor's rights,
power or privilege to
further encumber any of
the property described in
this paragraph by debt.

i. Constru action
Documents. The
foregoing types of
property include
specifically all of the
following: all contracts,
plans and documents
that concern the design
and construction of
the Improvements,
including plans and
specifications, drawings
and architectural and/or
Engineering contracts,
and construction
contracts, together
with all amendments,
revisions, modifications
and supplements.

j. Other. Specifically
included and not by
way of limitation, the
following is, included
in the definitions of
Improvement, Contract
Rights and Other
,'Intangibles as set forth
herein, to-wit:

The Property aforesaid
is being sold to satisfy
SunTrust's" claims under
said 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 FAILTO
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 7th day of
October, 2010.

J.K. "Buddy" Irby
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Alachua County, Florida

By: /s/ Erika Powell
Deputy Clerk
(Published: Alachua
County Today October 14
and 21, 2010)




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3-TOPPING $1
PIZZA
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1-75 and U.S. Hwy 441 (sPizzaVito-
Alachua, FL 32615 Pizz A'
REAL NEW YORK PIZZA

(386) 462-5590 (386) 418-0244
HAY FARM

SCOTT HAYFARM
Horse quality Tifton $45
85/Coastal Bermuda & up
full size round bale per bale .
Cow Bermuda $20 .
full size round bale per bale



PRINTING & COPYING SERVICES

SAlachua

Printing
15281 NW US Hwy 441 Alachua
386-462-5997

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RESTAURANTS


Un Main street
in Downtown
Beautiful Alachua


GREAT STEAKS
SEAFOOD & BURGERS
"Family dining with
a little something
for everyone"


Mon.-Sat.at 11a.m.
(386) 462-1294


SENIOR SERVICES





Making Life Easier"
386-462-3339
*Companionship 'Light Housekeeping 'Laundry' Meal Preparation
*Personal Emergency Response System 'Errand Services 'Medication Reminders


CARPET CLEANING SERVICE
A-1 Academy Carpet Cleaners
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning


* Residential/Commercial
* Free on Location Estimates
* Family Owned & Operated


Meeting Professional Industry Standards


ELECTRICAL SERVICES
MKM Electrical Services, Inc.
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL




SERVICE REPAIRS -REMODEL VORK
NEW CONSTRUCTION COMPETITIVE RATES
LIC. #EC13003662 FREE ESTIMATES


MILATH TUTORING SERVICES


.Over 25 years experience, one-on-one & classroom setting
.Taught in Santa Fe College, high schools and in countries
such as Bolivia, Colombia & Dominican Republic
.Teach the whole gamut from pre-algebra to AP Calculus AB
.Average grade of high school students I taught was 90.















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15202 NW 147th Drive, Suite 1100, Alachua (386) 418-1039

TREE SERVICES
JOHNSON & SONS TREE SERVICE, LLC
"We will beat any bid!"
Licensed & Insured
Stump Grind & Removal


^" GREAT SERVICE GREAT PRICES
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CLEANING AND LAWN CARE



RESIDENTIAL &
COMMERCIAL
Pressure Wash/Painting
Mobile Car Detail
Free Estimates Low Rates
Se Habla Espanol
Licensed and Insured
352-225-3798 Cell: 352-225-1094
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PRODUCE


W 9 71 .. 41*Alcu a, FL 321W


Local Produce


(386) 462-6158


MEDICAL SERVICES
FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER
Providing care r the whole family
Appointments Recommended
Diabetes, HTN
SCardiovascular Disease NEW HOURS:
SAnnual PE's Monday-Thursday
9 a.m.-6 p.m.
DOT, Sports & School PE's I
Most Insurance Accepted Friday
9 a.m.- pI m



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Sonny's BBQ of Alachua

Come by for some of the best
authentic southern B-B-Q
r Beef Pork* Chicken Ribs
|PEN days a weekIta0:9j0411

6OlYS REALPIT AR-8-Qe U.S. 441&-75! Alaua (386) 462-180

ROOFING SERVICES;: :;

MAC JOHNSON

ROOFING
-t 104 Southwest 266 St., Newberry
352-4724943
S866-376-4943
Y'Vwww.macjohnsonroofing.com


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for more information


Motor Graders, Core Drill, Farm Tractors,
Service & Bucket/Sign Trucks, Single Axle Dumps,
Flatbed Trucks, Paving Equipment, Suburbans, Tahoes,
Durangos, Late Model Chevrolet, Ford and Dodge Pickups
and MUCH, MUCH MORE!
For details, visit: www.jmwood.com
J. M. Wood Auction Co, Inc.
(334) 264-3265
BryantWood AL LIC #1137


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NEW Norwood
SAWMILLS-LumberMate-
Pro handles logs 34"
diameter, mills boards 28"
wide. Automated quick-
cycle-sawing increases
efficiency up to 40%!
www.NorwoodSawmills.
com/300N (800)661-7746
Ext 300N








Fertilized Coastal Bermuda,
barn stored, large round
rolls, excellent quality. $45
per roll. Cow hay $30 per
roll. 352-215-1018




CATTLE FEED: CPM
Super-P is a baled,
complete feed. Guaranteed
nutrition and weight. 14%
minimum protein. Call
.(478)374-4667 or visit:


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AG Daniel Co.





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Handy man special. '95
3BR/2BA DWMH on one
acre oak shaded homesite.
Gilchrist County. Owner
financing, no down
payment. $49,900. $513/
mo. 352-215-1018 www.
LandOwnerFinancing .com.



1 AC GILCHRIST COUNTY
Paved road frontage on
CR 138. Cleared homesite.
.High and Dry! OWNER
*FINANCING! NO DOWN
PAYMENT! Only $205/
mo. Total $19,900. Call
352-215-1018. www.
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Crawford Co., GA 85
AC $1,125/AC Where
will you hunt this season?
Other tracts available.
stregispaDer.com (478)987-
9700 St. Regis Paper Co.
5 acres High Springs area.
Gorgeous country setting
with cleared oak-shaded
homesite. Owner financing.
No down payment. $69,900.
$613/mo. 352-215-1018,
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AVAILABLE NOW!

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2 Bedroom Apt.

starting at $494/mo.
m Call 386-462-5832
T TDD# 1-800-955-8771
SXW 14000 NW 154 Ave., Alachua
"This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer"


Enjoy country living: Ten
minutes to Gainesville.
Fenced, 3BR/1.5BA,
SWMH, 30x40 carport. Very
nice, must see. $725/month.
By appointment only. 352-
48.5-1445 or cell 352-494-
3199.



BUILDING SALE..."ROCK
BOTTOM PRICES!" 25x30
$4577.30x40 $6990.32x60
$10,800. 32x80 $16,900.
35x60 $12,990. 40x70
$13,500. 40x100 $23,800.
46x140 $35,600. OTHERS.
Ends optional. Pioneer
MANUFACTURERS
DIRECT (800)668-5422



Yard Sale
Sat & Sun, Oct 23 & 24
8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
17014 NW County Road
235A
Just past Santa Fe Hills
Lots of name brand little
girl clothes, furniture,
antiques and lots more!!!


St. Madeleine Catholic
Church will hold its annual
flea market on Nov. 6 from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Over 70
vendors are expected to be
selling their wares and local
residents are encouraged
to take advantage of the
flea market to get rid of
unwanted items. Breakfast
and lunch will be served by
the Knights of Columbus
and Lillly's Country store
and the garden, book and
toy shops will all be open.
The flea market will be
held on the church grounds
located at 17155 NW Hwy.
441 in High Springs. Call the


church office at 386-454-
2358 for more information.
Yard Sale Pilot Forest
- Alachua, Saturday Oct.
23 8am 2pm, General
Household items, 15728 NW
118 Place



CHERRY BEDROOM
SET. Solid Wood, never
used, brand new in factory
boxes. English Dovetail.
Original cost $4500. Sell for
$795. Can deliver. Call Tom
(813)600-3653



AIRLINES ARE HIRING -
Train for high paying Aviation
Maintenance Career. FAA
approved program. Financial
aid if qualified Housing
available. CALL Aviation
Institute of Maintenance
(866)314-3769.



Cash paid for junk cars.
$150 and up. Running or
not. Free pick up. 352-
771-6191.


PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
SPACEIBUILDINO.

FOR LEASE
1,500 sq. ft.
Partially furnished.
GREAT LOCATION
$1,000 per month


3864184000
Hwy 441 near Progress Corporate Park Alachua, FL


A Family-Friendly Ghost


Walk: Saturday October


30, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.


Special to
Alachua County Today
By the light of the silvery
moon with the owls and
frogs we'll croon... and we
Shop you lljoin us!
On October 30, the
Saturdaybefore Halloween'
come with family and
friends for a night hike to
the Morningside Living
History Farm, where you
will meet ghosts from 1870
and hear about their lives in
rural Florida.
The program begins at 7
p.m. and goes to 8:30 p.m.


The admission gate will
close when the program
begins, so be sure to arrive
on time. Bring insect
repellant and a flashlight.
Meet in the parking lot.
Admission to the event is
one non-perishable food
item for each adult or child.


The donations will be given
to a local food bank.
The Living History Farm
is located at Morningside
Nature Center, 3540 E.
University Ave., three
miles east of downtown
Gainesville.
For information about
this event or programs
offered by the Nature
Operations Division, call
MorningsideNature Center
at 334-3326 or visit www.
natureoperations.org.
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