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NationalYour story wanted 2A

Your story wanted 2A


Sunsations open

house/ re-grand

opening is Oct. 1


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Today's Weather
High
86 F
Precip: 20%
Sunshine and clouds mixed. High
86F. Winds NNW at 5 to 10mph.
Chance of rain 20%.
For up to the minute weather go to
www.nflaonline.com.


0 42nd Annual
The springs are running HamCo Fair


in White Springs set for Oct. 3


New earlier start time for
Pee Wee Pig Scramble
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
It's that time of year again! On Thursday, Oct. 3
the Hamilton County Arena in Jasper will be
buzzing with a full day of activities and events as
the 42nd Annual Hamilton County Fair Events
Day ushers in a new year.
Things will start bright and early at 8 a.m. with
check-in for all swine exhibits until 10 a.m. The
Swine Show will start at 1 p.m.
Be sure to stick around for the Horse Show at 4
SEE 42ND, PAGE 7A


News from the drug
prevention coalition


Ed Miller stands on a plank taking photos of White Sulphur Springs as it flows out of the springhouse into the Suwannee River.


-Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor

The odor is unmistakable

By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
There's something in the air in White Springs and
it's not the fragrance of blossoming flowers or trees.
It's a pungent odor of sulphur that is unmistakable,
although, it is also a welcome sign that water condi-
tions for North Florida could be improving.
White Sulphur Springs
As you walk down the wooden steps to the White
Sulphur Springs spring house situated on the
Suwannee River in White Springs, your nasal pas-
sages will soon be bombarded with the distinct odor
of sulphur. The closer you get to the spring, the
more intense the smell becomes.


Veterans



Jewelry stolen
from deceased
Hamilton
County woman ."
Submitted by FDLE
A Jacksonville medical
examiner investigator was
arrested by the Florida De-
partment of Law Enforce-
ment, Tallahassee and
Jacksonville Regional Op-
erations Centers, recently
for allegedly stealing jew-
elry from a deceased per-
son.
Arrested was Christo-
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St. Johns, Fla., on charges (L-R) Josh Smith, Cla
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Sometime in the 90s White Sulphur Springs dried
up for the most part. In March, 2012, however, after
a lot of rain pelted the region, the tannic water from
the rising Suwannee River began to rush into the
spring house. A few months later when Tropical
Storm Debby flooded the area, the process reversed
and water began flowing up from the spring and
rushing out into the Suwannee as the spring house
filled up with water.
"It flowed for nine days," said local resident Ed
Miller. "Every now and then, when we get the right
amount of rain farther north, the spring runs for a
couple days."
Miller, who has explored and researched many of
the local springs, explained that all the springs orig-
inally started out as sinkholes that developed years
ago when ocean levels were lower. When water be-


SEE SPRINGS, PAGE 7A


SPark gets $30K from PotashCorp


ay Lambert, Beth Burnam, Terry Baker, Robert Brown, Randy Ogburn and Buster Oxendine.


ce Marie Taylor
.taylor@gaflnews.com


Veterans Memorial Park, currently under
construction in Jasper, recently received a
generous donation from PotashCorp White
Springs.
At the Sept. 17 meeting of the Hamilton
County Board of County Commissioners,
PotashCorp White Springs General Manager
Terry Baker presented a check in the amount
of $30,000 to Hamilton County Veterans Ser-


SWAT team members David Williams and Madihah Tomoney
talk about point of sale advertising of tobacco products.
-Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
The Hamilton County Alcohol and Other Drug
Prevention Coalition (Coalition) resumed their
monthly meetings on Tuesday, Aug. 20 after a
short summer break and met at their new head-
quarters in Suite 12 at the courthouse annex build-


SEE NEWS, PAGE 7A

Historic
cemeteries
program set
for Oct. 7
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
White Springs Public Li-
brary will be hosting a spe-
cial Historic Cemeteries as
Cultural Resources pro-
gram on Monday, Oct. 7
from 1:30-3:30 p.m. with
special guest Barbara Hines
from the Florida Public Ar-
chaeology Network.
Come learn how ceme-
teries can be used in re-
search, what information
they can provide, and find
out how to utilize resources
for locating professional
curators and conservators
to help with restoration.


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vice Officer Clay Lambert to help with fund-
ing the construction of Veterans Memorial
Park.
"At PotashCorp, being part of the local
communities is really important to us," said
Baker. "We strive to be a partner and to sup-
port organizations that support the needs of
our communities."
Baker said some examples of their partner-
ships are with Florida Gateway Food Bank,


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Help plan the future of Suwannee Ridge Wildlife and Environmental Area


Submitted by the FWC
A 10-year plan for the Suwannee
Ridge Wildlife and Environmental
Area (WEA) will be presented at a
Thursday, Oct. 3, public hearing in
Hamilton County.
People are invited to attend the 7
p.m. public hearing at the Hamilton
County Commission Chambers, 207
NE 1st Street, in Jasper.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission (FWC) staff will pre-
sent the draft land management plan
for FWC-managed portions of the
Suwannee WEA, and people will be
encouraged to comment and ask ques-
tions. For more information on the up-
coming local public hearing, go to
MyFWC.com/Conservation and select
"Terrestrial Programs" then "Manage-


ment Plans."
The 1,428-acre Suwannee Ridge
WEA is 1 mile north of the Suwannee
River on land once used for commer-
cial timbering. It is being restored to a
native longleaf pine and wiregrass
community. The use of prescribed fire
and the planting of native trees and
grasses on this WEA will help support
upland wildlife such as the Sherman's
fox squirrel and threatened gopher
tortoise. There also are small areas of
hardwood hammock, hardwood
swamp and sinkhole depressions, re-
flective of the area's proximity to the
forested floodplain of the nearby
Suwannee River.
Hiking and wildlife viewing are
popular recreational activities within
Suwannee Ridge WEA, where people
may catch a sight of wild turkey, wood


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duck, swallow-tail and Mississippi
kites, pine warbler, eastern bluebird,
white-tailed deer and indigo snake.
The WEA also hosts special hunts dur-
ing the fall and spring for people with
disabilities.
"Suwannee Ridge WEA was pur-
chased to ensure the preservation of
fish and wildlife resources, other nat-
ural and cultural resources, and for
fish and wildlife-based public outdoor
recreation," said Rebecca Shelton,
FWC land conservation biologist.
"This draft plan will specify how we
intend to do that."
All lands purchased with public
funds must have a management plan
that ensures the property will be man-
aged in a manner that is consistent


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Internal Medici,.-
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with the intended purposes of the pur-
chase.
Hunting and fishing regulations are
not included in this plan or meeting;
those are addressed through a sepa-
rate public process.
To obtain a copy of the draft land
management prospectus for Suwan-
nee Ridge WEA, call Julie Kilgore at
850-487-7063 or email Julie.Kilgo-
re@MyFWC.com.
For background on management
plans and their goals, visit
MyFWC.com/Conservation and select
"Terrestrial Programs."
For more on the Suwannee Ridge
WEA, go to MyFWC.com/Viewing
and select "Wildlife Management Ar-
eas" and "Explore by Name."


Sunsations open house/

re-grand opening is Oct. 1
Sunsations at 110 Hatley Street West freshments, check out the new
in downtown Jasper will be hosting an chandise and see the new fall de&
Open House/Re-Grand Opening on Spend $10 that day to be entered


Tuesday, Oct. 1, from 9 a.m to 6 p.m.
Everyone is invited to drop by for re-


mer-
cor.
d into


a drawing for a holiday wreath of
choice.


Breast cancer awareness Historic
cemeteries


Your story wanted
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We
are seeking survivors or those that are still bat-
tling the disease to share their story with us for
publication. Your story may help someone else
become more aware, and you could help save a
life. Please contact reporter Joyce Marie Taylor at
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com or call her at
386-362-1734.


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set for
Oct. 7
Continued From Page 1A
When the program
ends there will be an op-
tional field trip to the
Swift Creek Cemetery.
For more information,
contact the library at
386-397-1389.


Hamilton
County
Democrats


Meetings are
third Monday
of the month
at the Jasper
Public
Library at 7
p.m.


Relay for
Life kickoff
party set
for Oct. 10
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor
@gaflnews.com
The Women's Club of
Jasper invites everyone
to come out and support
this year's Relay for Life
with a kickoff party on
Thursday, Oct. 10.
The event will be held
at the Women's Club at
403 6th Avenue in Jasper
from 6-7 p.m. on Oct. 10.
There will be food, fun,
prizes, theme voting and
team sign-ups. Team
captains registered in ad-
vance or at the kickoff
will receive a gift.
Make plans today to
attend the event and
show your support for
local cancer survivors.
Please R.S.V.P. to Bar-
bara Butler at 386-855-
1252 or send her an e-
mail at dbcl@wind-
stream.net. You can also
register online at
www.relayforlife.org/H
amiltonFL.


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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE 3A


By Walter M Kenzie




WHITE SPRINSr


'W ".. 1 en I first
S oved to Jack-

H e l o. sonvile, Flori-
dJ, in the summer of
1 h'58, my mother took
i, to a St John's river-
fr,.nt restaurant called
p wer tL, Lobster House. I was
n, years old and was
I _. eq 'ly impressed by all the
gone---I.- u ographed pictures the
Lobster House displayed of a famous movie charac-
ter, the Creature from the Black Lagoon. I asked
about them and was told that part of the movie was
filmed right there at the restaurant. This 1950's hor-
ror classic was one of the first films shot in 3D. Parts
of the film were shot in Jacksonville, while other
parts were shot just south of St. Augustine. Well,
needless to say, 16 year old me was very impressed
and thought that perhaps Jacksonville was going to
prove to be a "pretty cool" place to live after all. Lat-
er I was equally impressed when mother took me to
Silver Springs and I discovered that many of the
Tarzan films had been shot there. Many years have
gone by since then and much has changed. The Lob-
ster House burned in a Christmas season fire in 1962
and Silver Springs is much diminished from its glo-
ry days of yesteryear but Florida's rich cinematic his-
tory is intact and well worth exploring. In yet an-
other instance of the world coming to White Springs,
some of Florida's movie history is going to be cele-
brated right here in White Springs. The Park is go-


ing to -Lii,,'L o p',%',m of showing outdoor
movies inM \i i ni,.. tiL, fall and these films will
have aFr ,idij h1,-i.h\. ', h Creature fromthe Black
Lagoon' and a I arzan movie will be featured along
with some historical interpretation of these film's
Florida roots. Come with your family and enjoy a
night under the stars watching a good family movie.
The first "Movie Night in the Park" is scheduled for
Friday, Oct. 11.
The Olustee Civil War Expo will take place Satur-
day, September 28, 2013 from 10:00 A.M. 3:00 P.M.
at the Olustee Battlefield Historic State park on US 90
15 miles east of Lake City. The expo is an interesting
look at the only major Civil War battle to have taken
place in our area and you will be able to experience
much the same thing that the soldiers of that era did


as you share the experi-
ence of Civil War Mili-
tary encampments with
re-enactors. Military
battles, music, and peri-
od craft and food will be
featured. Demonstra-
tions of authentic
weapons and fighting
tactics used in the Civil
War take place through-
out the day. A donation
of $5.00 per vehicle is re-
quested.


Medicare Part C (Health) and

Part D (Drug) Plan
2013 Annual Enrollment Period for Year 2014
Tuesday, Oct 15th Saturday, Dec 7th, 2013


SHINE, a volunteer program with
the FL Dept of Elder Affairs, is here to
assist you in making the best informed
decision for your 2014 Medicare Part D
Drug Plan or Medicare Advantage
Plan.
Each site will have a short presenta-
tion followed by individual counsel-
ing. SHINE provides free, unbiased,
and confidential counseling.
Low Income Medicare beneficiaries
should ask about Extra Help (LIS) to
help pay for your 2014 Medicare Pre-
scription Drug Plan costs.
Bring with you your Medicare Card,
your 2013 Plan card (if any), and all
your Prescription drug bottles or a 90
day listing of your prescriptions from
your pharmacy.
Please call 1-800-262-2243 for a site
near you or to be referred to a SHINE
volunteer.

Come See a SHINE Volunteer At:

Columbia County
Ft. White
Sat, November 9th, 11 am-3 pm, Ft
White Public Library
Wed, November 13th, 10 am, Ft
White Lifestyle Enrichment Ctr

Lake City
Wed, October 9th, 1:30 pm-4:30 pm,
Lake City Library, Columbia Ave
Wed, October 23rd, 1:30 pm-4:30
pm, Lifestyle Enrichment Ctr
Mon, October 28th, 10 am-3 pm,
H2U-Lake City Med Ctr Classroom
Thurs, October 31st, 9 am-1 pm,
Lifestyle Enrichment Ctr Health Fair
Wed, November 13th, 1:30 pm-4:30
pm, Lake City Library, Columbia Ave
Sat, November 16th, 10 am- 1 pm,
Lifestyle Enrichment Ctr
Thurs, November 21st, 10 am-3 pm,
H2U-Lake City Med Ctr Classroom
Wed, November 27th, 1:30 pm-4:30
pm, Lifestyle Enrichment Ctr


Wed, Dec 11th (AEP Ended 12/7),
1:30 pm-3:30 pm, Lake City Library,
Columbia Ave.
Wed, Dec 18th (AEP Ended 12/7),
1:30 pm-3:30 pm, Lifestyle Enrich-
ment Ctr.

Hamilton County
Jasper
Thurs, October 3rd, 10 am-1 pm,
Jasper Public Library
Thurs. November 7th, 10 am-1 pm,
Jasper Public Library
Thurs, December 5th, 10 am Noon,
Jasper Public Library

White Springs
Sat, October 26th, 10 am-2 pm,
White Springs Public Library

Lafayette County
Mayo
Sat, October 12th, 10 am -2 pm,
Pioneer Days-Mayo Park
Tues, October 22nd, 10 am Noon,
Mayo Public Library
Tues, November 19th, 10 am Noon,
Mayo Public Library

Suwannee County
Branford
Fri, October 18th, 10 am 1 pm,
Branford Public Library
Fri, November 15th, 10 am 1 pm,
Branford Public Library
Fri, Dec 13th (AEP Ended 12/7),
10 am Noon, Branford Public Library

Dowling Park
Mon, Nov 4th, 2 pm, Advent Christ-
ian Village

Live Oak
Thurs, October 10th, 1:30 pm-4:30
pm, Live Oak City Hall
Thurs, November 14th, 1:30 pm -
4:30 pm, Live Oak City Hall
Thurs, Dec 12th (AEP Ended 12/7),
1:30 pm 3:30 pm, Live Oak City Hall


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I've been asked to remind you that this Saturday,
September 28th the Beulah Baptist Church in White
Springs will celebrate Pastor Rickey Hutcherson's
anniversary at 4:00 P. M. Everyone is invited to at-
tend. Dinner will be served following the service.
Fall is finally here and, along with this welcome
change in the weather, there will be plenty of inter-
esting things to do in White Springs. Get up off the
couch and come join in! If you have some informa-
tion that you want to share about what is happening
in our area I would love to hear from you. In the
meantime, I hope to see you out and about, enjoying
life in White Springs.
Walter McKenzie
lifeinwhitesprings@gmail.com
386-269-0056


Festival of Lights starts Dec. 6


Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center State Park
will again host the annual
Festival of Lights, dis-
playing more than five
million lights throughout
the park, beginning Dec.
6, and running through
the holidays until Jan. 3,
2014.
The park will be open
each evening until 9 p.m.,
except Christmas Night,
Dec. 25.
Festival of Lights was
named a Top 20 event in
the southeastern United
States where visitors can
enjoy award-winning
holiday sights and
sounds throughout the
park. Unique holiday
light displays include ma-
jestic oak trees decorated
with thousands of lights,
an antebellum Museum
dressed in full holiday
splendor, a gingerbread
village, a candy cane for-
est, Santa's runway and
much more.
The park's centerpiece
is the 200 foot tall Carillon
Tower, which will illumi-
nate the night sky as holi-
day music rings from its
bells.
Cousin Thelma Boltin's
Gift Shop will be open
daily from noon until 9
p.m. Complimentary hot
cocoa and popcorn will be
served nightly as the
Craft Square comes alive
with demonstrations, a
bonfire, marshmallow
roasting and holiday
singing for everyone.
There will be a "flurry"
of fun in the winter won-
derland, which includes


holiday music nightly
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Weather reports have
predicted a chance of
snow flurries every
evening on the hour and
giant snow families have
been spotted in the area,
too!
Be sure to bring the kids
because Santa will visit
the park every evening
through Dec. 24. You'll


find him in the new North
Pole area.
Entrance fee during
Festival of Lights is $3 per
person. The event is spon-
sored by the Stephen Fos-
ter Citizens Support Or-
ganization, and made
possible by the generous
support of numerous lo-
cal individuals and busi-
nesses. For more informa-
tion, call 386-397-4331.


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Office located at 211 Howard St. E.,
Live Oak, FL 32060
Phone (386) 362-1734 FAX (386) 364-5578
E-mail address: jaspernewsl@windstream.net
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Monja Slater .................Advertising Manager
Jeff W aters ................. Editor
Joyce Marie Taylor ..........Reporter
Brenda Demarais ............Sales Representative
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Howard St. E, Live Oak, FL 32064, Monday through
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OPINION


Honesty and Trust


Dishonesty, lying and cheating are not
treated with the right amount of opprobri-
um in today's society. To gain an appreci-
ation for the significance of honesty and
trust, consider what our day-to-day lives
would be like if we couldn't trust anyone.
When we purchase a bottle of 100 pills
from our pharmacist, how many of us
bother to count the pills? We pull in to a
gasoline station and pay $35 for 10 gal-
lons of gasoline. How do we know for
sure whether we in fact received 10 gal-
lons instead of 9 3/4? You pay $7 for a 1-
pound package of filet mignon. Do you
ever independently verify that you in fact
received 1 pound? In each of those cases,
and thousands more, we simply trust the
seller.
There are thousands of cases in which
the seller trusts the buyer. Having worked
40 hours, I trust that George Mason Uni-
versity, my employer, will pay me. People
place an order with their stockbroker to
purchase 100 shares of AT&T stock, and
the stockbroker trusts that he'll be paid.
Companies purchase 5 tons of aluminum
with payment due 30 days later.
Examples of honesty and trust abound,
but imagine the cost and inconvenience if
we couldn't trust anyone. We would have
to lug around measuring instruments to
make sure that it was in fact 10 gallons of
gas and 1 pound of steak that we pur-
chased. Imagine the hassle of having to
count out the number of pills in a bottle.
If we couldn't trust, we'd have to bear the
costly burden of writing contracts instead
of relying on a buyer's or a seller's word.
We'd have to bear the monitoring costs to
ensure compliance in the simplest of
transactions. It's safe to say that whatever
undermines honesty and trust raises the
costs of transactions, reduces the value of
exchange and makes us poorer.
Honesty and trust come into play in
ways that few of us even contemplate. In
my neighborhood, workers for FedEx,
UPS and other delivery companies rou-
tinely leave packages that contain valu-
able merchandise on the doorstep if no
one answers the door. The local super-
market leaves plants, fertilizer and other
home and garden items outdoors
overnight unattended. What's more, the
supermarket displays loads of merchan-
dise at entryways and exits. In neighbor-
hoods where there's less honesty, deliv-
erymen's leaving merchandise on
doorsteps and stores leaving merchandise
outdoors unattended or at entryways and
exits would be equivalent to economic


suicide.
Dishonesty is
costly. Delivery
companies cannot
leave packages
when the customer
is not home. The
company must
bear the costs of
making return


trips, or the cus-
tomer has to bear the costs of going to
pick up the package. If a supermarket
places merchandise outside, it must bear
the costs of hiring an attendant -- plus re-
trieve the merchandise at the close of
business; that's if it can risk having mer-
chandise outdoors in the first place.
Honesty affects stores such as super-
markets in another way. A supermarket


manager's goal is to
maximize the rate
of merchandise
turnover per square
foot of leased space.
When theft is rela-
tively low, the man-
ager can use all of
the space he leases,
including outdoor
and entryway space,


thereby raising his profit potential. That
opportunity is denied to supermarkets in
localities where there's less honesty. That
in turn means a higher cost of doing busi-
ness, which translates into higher prices,
less profit and fewer customer amenities.
Crime, distrust and dishonesty impose
huge losses that go beyond those suffered
directly. Much of the cost of crime and


dishonesty is borne by people who can
least afford it -- poor people. It's poor
people who have fewer choices and pay
higher prices or must bear the transporta-
tion costs of going to suburban malls to
shop. It's poor people in high-crime
neighborhoods who are refused pizza de-
livery and taxi pickups. The fact that hon-
esty and trust are so vital should make us
rethink just how much tolerance we
should have for criminals and dishonest
people.

Walter E. Williams is a professor of
economics at G... ,.-. Mason University.
To find out more about Walter E. Williams
and read features by other Creators Syn-
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In case you can't get over to Spain


Dwain Walden | thinking, war isn't all that
The Moultrie Observe '"tbad if you don't have to do
the dying part.
For those of us who "By participating in the
don't drop by Pamploma, _, run, you accept the risk that
Spain very often, we will s. you might be trampled,
soon be afforded the gored, rammed or tossed in
chance to run with the the air by a bull, or
bulls right here in Ameri- bumped, jostled, tripped or
ca. And yes, reports are trampled by your fellow
that Georgia will host such '- runners," the event website
an event in Conyers. And I a, -. states.
had a dream the other .t-t More than 5,000 people
night that Honey Boo Boo will be in- have singed up for the Virginia event.
volved somehow. At least I'm hoping... And reportedly they will use less ag-
Now I don't like the idea of teasing gressive bulls than in Pamploma, and
animals to the point that they rage and runners can hide in nooks and crannies
seek to do harm. And if you do run with and climb the fence if at some point
the bulls, I'll tell you right up front that they realize they did not drink enough
I always pull for the bulls, beer and some semblance of common
It's been said that America is being sense suddenly prevails. In other
dumbed down, and I have just men- words, some runner might have an
tioned two factors (Honey Boo Boo and epiphany when the buzz wears off.
running with the bulls) that lend cre- And of course the runs here won't be
dence to this notion, on cobble stone streets so the possibility
Reports are that Texas, Virginia, Flori- of being between a "bull and a hard
da, California, Minnesota, Illinois and place" is somewhat diminished. But
Pennsylvania will host such runs as then if you consider that these bulls
well. weigh around 1,500 pounds, that could
Just in case you plan to drink enough be a moot point. Or maybe in this in-
beer to get your name in this hat, 15 stance, a "moo" point.
people have been killed by the bulls Now in these U.S. runs, they plan to
since 1924. Maybe that would be a release the bulls in waves of six. And
sobering statistic for someone. Of those who participate must sign
course someone else will point out that waivers relieving the organizers of lia-
15 people in almost 90 years is not a bad ability. Legal experts say that won't stop
average. And along that same line of the lawsuits but will lessen the chances


of an injured runner winning a suit.
Okay, that assessment coming from a
country where a motorist saw no dan-
ger in driving with a cup of hot coffee
between her legs and found a jury with
the same mental prowess.
In other words, a person will sign a
note basically saying that, "Hey, I'm
stupid and I don't mind risking life and
limb so that someone else can take care
of my family once I've been trampled in
the dirt."
I'm guessing the wording will be a lit-
tle different but one can read between
the lines.
"You can go running down the street
any time you want, but to run with
bulls that's something that doesn't
come along very often," said Rob Dick-
ens, co founder of this venture.
Wow! What logic! By the same token,
I can mend my broken doorsteps any
day but how often do I get the urge to
take a hammer and drive a ten penny
nail through my hand? I'm sure it will
feel good when it quits hurting.
I've never been an adrenaline junkie
so I'm not impressed when people do
handstands on the edge of reality. Actu-
ally, my thoughts are that if more of
them fall over into the abyss, then that
frees up valuable space and oxygen that
otherwise have been wasted.
Dwain Walden is editor/publisher of
The Moultrie Observer, 985-4545.
Email: dwain.walden@gaflnews.com.


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Obituary The meaning of Gog and Magog Part 2


Willard Junior Godwin
June 19, 1931
Sept. 19, 2013

Sllard Junior
Godwin, age
82, Jasper, Fla.
passed away Thursday,
Sept. 19, 2013 at South
Georgia Medical Center
in Valdosta, GA.
Funeral services were
held Sunday, Sept. 22,
2013 at First Baptist
Church in Jasper, Fla.
with Rev. Gerald Smith
officiating. Mr. Clayton
Jones gave the eulogy.
Interment will followed
in Evergreen Cemetery.
Willard was born June
19,1931 in Quitman, GA.
to the late Willie and
Nora Wheeler Godwin.
He moved to Hamilton
County in the early
1950's and went to work
at Ford Motor Company.
Later he owned and op-
erated G & P Trucking
and G & P Auto Parts.
He was a former board
member at Hamilton
County Farm Bureau
and served for 16 years
on the Hamilton County
School Board before re-
tiring to full time farm-
ing, hunting and fishing.
Willard was a faithful
member at Bright Pond
Baptist Church near
Jasper. He was a friend
to so many people over
the years and will be re-
membered as a faithful
and loving husband, fa-
ther, grandfather and
brother. In addition to
his many accomplish-
ments in life, Willard
served his country hon-
orably in the United
States Army.
Survivors include his
wife of 48 years, Faye
Anne Jones Godwin; two
sons, Greg Godwin and
his wife Karen and Gary
Godwin and his wife
Ginny, all of Jasper, Fla.;
one daughter, Sheila
Gritz-Swift and her hus-
band Ron of Leon Coun-
ty, Fla.; two brothers,
Olin Godwin, Valdosta,
GA. and Lester Godwin
and his wife Jeanne of
Atlanta, GA.; two sisters,
Carolyn Bass and Norma
Cook and her husband,
Tom all of Jasper, Fla.;
eight grandchildren and
two great-grandchil-
dren. Numerous nieces
and nephews also sur-
vive.
Memorial contribu-
tions may be made to
Haven Hospice 6037
West US Hwy 90, Lake
City, Fla. 32055.
Harry T. Reid Funeral
Home was in charge of
arrangements.


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Last week we spoke of
Gog and Magog as
recorded in Ezekiel 38
and 39. This week we
want to deal with the
Gog and Magog of Reve-
lation Chapter 20:7-10:
"Now when the thou-
sand years have expired,
Satan will be released
from his prison and will
go out to deceive the na-
tions which are in the
four corners of the earth,
Gog and Magog, to gath-
er them together to bat-
tle, whose number is as
the sand of the sea. They
went up on the breadth
of the earth and sur-
rounded the camp of the
saints and the beloved
city. And fire came
down from God out of
heaven and devoured


them. The devil, who de-
ceived them was cast
into the lake of fire and
brimstone where the
beast and the false
prophet are. And they
will be tormented day
and night forever and
ever" (NKJ).
One can quickly see
the difference between
the Gog and Magog of
Ezekiel and the Gog and
Magog here in Revela-
tion. First, the time of the
battle is separated by at
least a thousand years.
The first during the
Tribulation period and
the second after the Mil-
lennium.
Next, the Gog of
Ezekiel comes from the
north. In Revelation, the
armies come from the
four corners of the earth.
Third, the word "Gog"
means "prince", the
prince of Russia came in


the Tribulation. In Reve-
lation the Gog or prince
is Satan himself, the
prince of this world.
Fourth, in Ezekiel, Gog,
or the prince of Russia is
against Israel and God is
against Gog. In Revela-
tion, it is Gog against
God and the saints of
God in Jerusalem. Fifth,
the armies of Russia in
Ezekiel fall upon the
mountains of Israel, and
the remnant of only one-
sixth of them are driven
back into the north parts
and possibly become the
nucleus of the deceived
nations to be destroyed
in Revelation, after the
Millennium. The armies
in Ezekiel 38 are de-
stroyed by the sword
and it takes seven
months to bury there
bodies in the land of
Palestine. However, in
Revelation 20, Gog never


gets a chance to join in
battle, but, before a sin-
gle shot is fired, God in-
tervenes and send fire
from heaven and de-
stroy them. They are
plunged alive into their
doom, the devil is cast
into the lake of fire with
the beast and false
prophet. Then follows
the last judgment at the
Great White Throne, and
the wicked who know
not God are cast into
hell.
How long will it be be-
fore God steps in we
cannot tell, but the indi-
cations are that it won't
be much longer. God's
next move will be the
calling out of His
church, then the Tribula-
tion when Gog and Ma-
gog of Ezekiel 38 and 39
enter and then the Sec-
ond Coming of Jesus
back to earth to establish


His mineniiitmiii &ing-
dom on earth. At the end
of the Millennium will
the Gog of Revelation be
judged and cast into hell.
Matthew 16:3: Jesus
said at the last of the
verse "but you cannot
discern the signs of the
time". The signs of His
coming are all around
us. My prayer today is
that the church of the
Lord Jesus Christ will
recognize these signs. Be
watchful today!


Heart Matters


"In the days when the
judges ruled, there was a
famine in the land and a
man from Bethlehem in
Judah, together with his
wife and two sons, went
to live for a while in the
country of Moab. The
man's name was Elim-
elech, his wife's name
Naomi, and the names of
his two sons were
Mahlon and Kilion.
They were Ephrathites
from Bethlehem, Judah.
And they went to Moab
and lived there. Now
Elimelech, Naomi's hus-
band died and she was
left with her two sons.
They married Moabite
women, one named Or-
pah and the other Ruth.
After they had lived
there about ten years,
both Mahlon and Kilion
also died, and Naomi
was left without her two
sons and her husband."
(Ruth 1:1-5)
This week we make
our introductions to the
first of several characters
in Ruth's story. Enter
the family of Elim-
elech...Naomi, his wife,
and his two boys,
Mahlon and Kilion. Al-
though Israelites, here
they are called
Ephrathites because
Ephrath was an earlier
name for Bethlehem,
where the family lived.
(Just as we might be
called Floridians, as well
as Americans.) As we
observed last week, a
famine in the land re-
sulted in Elimelech mov-
ing his family to Moab,
located east of Bethle-
hem, just across the Jor-
dan River.
It is interesting that
the name Bethlehem
means "House of
Bread," and yet because
of the famine, there was
no bread in the house of


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bread. Even more re-
markable is that in
Psalm 108:9, because
they were enemies of Is-
rael, God calls Moab His
"wash pot." In those
days, a "wash pot" was
the pan used to hold
dirty water after wash-
ing one's feet. Okay, call
me crazy, but leaving
even a temporarily emp-
ty house of bread to look
for food in the wash pot
doesn't sound appeal-
ing! Add that to the fact
that relations with the
Moabites were discour-
aged because of likely
hostility between the
two nations (see Judges
3:12), and we have to
wonder what in the
world Elimelech was
thinking when he loaded
up the family and struck
out for Moab.
One clue could come
from the names of Elim-
elech and Naomi's two
sons, Mahlon and Kilion.
Scripture gives evidence
to the importance of a
name in the Hebrew cul-
ture. On many occa-
sions, God changed the
name of a person to de-
scribe an important as-
pect about them, so we
can know that names
were chosen carefully.
Translated from He-
brew, Mahlon means
"sickness" and Kilion
means "pining, or
puny." Can you imag-
ine? That will make you
thankful for what your
Mama named you, but it
could also give us some
relevant insight as to the
move. After all, as par-
ents, won't we do just
about anything for our


FIRST ADVENT CHRISTIAN
N.W. 15th Avenue Jasper
Rev. Wayne Sullivan
Sunday
Sunday School......................10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship..................11:00 a.m.
Wednesday
Bible Study............................. 7:00 p.m.
784022
CATHOICIICHURICH!


ST. THERESE CATHOLIC CHI
Three miles north of Jasper U.
P.O. Box 890, Jasper, FL 32(
Rectory U.S. 90 E., Live Oak
(386) 364-1108
Saturday MASS 4:00 p.m


BAPTST Sou


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052
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784014


NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
SR 6 West, 6592 NW 48th St.,
Jennings, FL 32053 784013
938-5611
Pastor: Jeff Cordero
Sunday School.............................. 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship...............11:00 a.m,
Evening Worship........................... 6:00 p.m.
Youth Happening, Mission Friends,
R&A & GA ..........................6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Prayer Meeting, Teen Kids, Youth........6:00 p.m.
Van pick-up upon request


children? If your kids,
Sickness and Puny, were
hungry, and you were
living in a famine,
would you not consider
leaving town?
This reminds me of the
circumstances in Genesis
22, where the Bible
records a test of Abra-
ham's obedience to God.
After years of waiting,
Isaac is born to Abraham
and Sarah. Some time
later, God tests Abraham
by asking him to travel
to Mt. Moriah, and sacri-
fice his son as a burnt of-
fering. At the last
minute, an angel of the
Lord appeared and a
substitute offering was
supplied. Over the
years, Abraham had
learned many tough
lessons about obeying
God, but this difficult ex-
perience strengthened
his commitment to obey


God like no other. In
one of the greatest acts
of obedience in recorded
history, Abraham expe-
rienced God as "Jehovah
Jireh", God our
Provider.
As I mentioned last
week, I believe that trust
is what God is after. He-
brews 11:6 reminds us:
"without faith, it is im-
possible to please
God..." I can't help but
think how much Elim-
elech must have loved
his boys, but chose to
look to the wash pot in-
stead of trusting God to
provide. I wonder how
often we do the
same...and I pray that
we would learn to trust
Him more...


Because
Matters,


Every Heart


Angie


-ieart iviaters is a
weekly column written
by Angie Land, Director
of the Family Life Min-
istries of the Lafayette
Baptist Association,
where she teaches Bible
studies, leads marriage
and family conferences
and offers Biblical coun-
seling to individuals,
couples and
families. Contact Angie
with questions or com-
ments at
angieland3@wind-
stream.net


Church of Deliverance

Through the Blood of Jesus #2

Jasper Dedication


Bishop Fred-
dy L. Tuff Sr. &
Pastor Dr. Gina
I. Tuff of Mia-
mi, invite the
community to
"The Gathering"
a weekend of
friends, family,
Pastor Dr. Gina I. Tuff fun, food and
fellowship to
celebrate the dedication of our new
church #2 in Jasper, located at 7437
SW CR 143 Jasper, FL 32052. The
event will be Friday, Sept. 27 through
Sunday, Sept. 29. Power night Friday
service at 7 p.m. and Saturday meet
and greet, fellowship with the com-


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
"Where Friends become Family"
207 N.E. 2nd Street, Jasper 792-2658
Pastor: Roger Hutto
Sunday
Sunday School............................9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship......................11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship.........................6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Supper.... ........... 6:00 p.m.
Children, Youth & Adult Programs6:30 p.m.
784012


BURNHAM CHRISTIAN CHURCH
." i.i r ,l 14.L-r,. riin1: FL 32053
938-1265
Pastor: Johnny Brown
Sunday
Sunday School.............................. 9:45 a.m.
Worship.... .................... 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service............................ 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Youth Program....................... ...5:30 p.m.
784003


To list your church on
our church directory,
please call Nancy at
386-362-1734


munity and
saints, from 11
a.m. until 6 p.m.
Sunday service
and dedication
ceremony ser- I
vice commences d
at 11 a.m. Re- Bishop Freddy. L. Tuff
freshments will Sr.
be served from
2-4 p.m.
For Further information contact
Pastor G.I. Tuff 386.938.3651 email
gituff@aol.com or Evangelist Isha
Flores 754.281.8894 email ishaflo-
res@yahoo.com
It's free, come celebrate with us.
You don't want to miss this.


FIRST UNITED METHODIST FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
CHURCH 204 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Jasper, 792-2258
405 Central Ave., Jasper, FL Pastor: Alexandra Hedrick
Pastor- Dale Ames SUNDAY
Phone 386-792-1122 Sunday School ......................10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Service........................11:00 a.m.
Sunday School..............................9:45 a.m. WEDNESDAY
Morning Worship.........................11:00 a.m. Choir Practice............................. 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday 783982
Family Night Dinner 3rd Wednesday / K 1 ii,//
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CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
11320 C.R. 6 East Jasper FL 32052


Pastor: Rev. Ronald Pruter
Home: 386-938-5912
Church: 386-792-3267
Morning Service:
Sunday School.....................10:00 a.m.
W orship.................................. 11:00 a.m.
Children's Church.................11:00 a.m.
Evening Training Union...........6:00 p.m.
Worship....................................7:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Worship...................................7:00 p.m.
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NOTICE OF FIRST PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING A FUTURE LAND USE
MAP AMENDMENT TO THE HAMILTON
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF HAMILTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, NO-
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant
to Sections 163 3161 through 163 3215,
Florida Statutes, as amended, and the
Hamilton County Comprehensive Plan, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as the
Comprehensive Plan, objections, recom-
mendations and comments concerning
the amendment, as described below, will
be heard by the Planning and Zoning
Board of Hamilton County, Florida, at a
first public hearing on October 8, 2013 at
7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard, in the County Com-
mission Meeting Room, County Court-
house located at 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida

CPA13-01, an application by G W
Hunter, Inc, to amend the Future Land
Use Map of the Hamilton County Compre-
hensive Plan by changing the future land
use classification from Agriculture-5 to
Commercial on the Property described as
follows
COMMENCE at the Southwest corner of
Section 8, Township 1 North, 14 East,
Hamilton County, Florida and run N 89
degrees 14'31" E along the South line of
said Section 8 a distance of 1280 56 feet
to the Southwest corner of a parcel of
land referred to as "Tract Three" and re-
corded in 0 R Book 460, Pages 5-12 of
the Public Records of Hamilton County,
Florida, thence N 10 degrees 2511" E
along the Westerly line of said "Tract
Three" a distance of 2331 94 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING, thence N 39 de-
grees 31'49" E still along the Westerly
line of said "Tract Three" a distance of
266 92 feet to a point on the Southwest-
erly Right-of-Way line of U S Highway
No 41, thence S 50 degrees 24'04" E
along said Southwesterly Right-of-Way
line 413 01 feet to the Northeast corner of
herein mentioned "Tract Three", thence S
10 degrees 2511" W along the Easterly
line of said "Tract Three" a distance of
305 72 feet, thence N 50 degrees 24'04"
W parallel to the Southwesterly Right-of-
Way line of U S Highway No 41 a dis-
tance of 561 74 feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING Containing 2 99 acres, more or
less

The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates Any interested
party shall be advised that the date, time
and place of any continuation of the pub-
lic hearing shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no future notice
concerning the matter will be published,
unless said continuation exceeds six cal-
endar weeks from the date of the above
referenced public hearing

At the aforementioned public hearing, all
interested parties may appear to be heard
with respect to the amendment

Copies of the amendment are available
for public inspection at the Office of the
Land Use Administrator, located at 204
Northeast First Street, Suite B, Jasper,
Florida, during regular business hours

All persons are advised that if they de-
cide to appeal any decision made at the
above referenced public hearing, they will
need a record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based
09/26
NOTICE OF FIRST PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING A ZONING ATLAS
AMENDMENT TO THE HAMILTON
COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS

BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF HAMILTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF


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HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, NO-
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant
to Sections 163 3161 through 163 3215,
Florida Statutes, as amended, and the
Hamilton County Land Development Reg-
ulations, as amended, hereinafter re-
ferred to as the Land Development Regu-
lations, objections, recommendations and
comments concerning the amendment, as
described below, will be heard by the
Planning and Zoning Board of Hamilton
County, Florida, at a first public hearing
on October 8, 2013 at 7:00 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the County Commission Meet-
ing Room, County Courthouse located at
207 Northeast First Street, Jasper, Flor-
ida

LDR13-02, an application by G W
Hunter, Inc, to amend the Official Zoning
Atlas of the Hamilton County Land Devel-
opment Regulations by changing the
zoning classification from Agriculture-5
(A5) to Commercial Intensive (Cl) on the
Property described as follows

COMMENCE at the Southwest corner of
Section 8, Township 1 North, 14 East,
Hamilton County, Florida and run N 89
degrees 14'31" E along the South line of
said Section 8 a distance of 1280 56 feet
to the Southwest corner of a parcel of
land referred to as "Tract Three" and re-
corded in 0 R Book 460, Pages 5-12 of
the Public Records of Hamilton County,
Florida, thence N 10 degrees 2511" E
along the Westerly line of said "Tract
Three" a distance of 2331 94 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING, thence N 39 de-
grees 31'49" E still along the Westerly
line of said "Tract Three" a distance of
266 92 feet to a point on the Southwest-
erly Right-of-Way line of U S Highway
No 41, thence S 50 degrees 24'04" E
along said Southwesterly Right-of-Way
line 413 01 feet to the Northeast corner of
herein mentioned 'Tract Three", thence S
10 degrees 2511" W along the Easterly
line of said "Tract Three" a distance of
305 72 feet, thence N 50 degrees 24'04"
W parallel to the Southwesterly Right-of-
Way line of U S Highway No 41 a dis-
tance of 561 74 feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING Containing 2 99 acres, more or
less

The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates Any interested
party shall be advised that the date, time
and place of any continuation of the pub-
lic hearing shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no future notice
concerning the matter will be published,
unless said continuation exceeds six cal-
endar weeks from the date of the above
referenced public hearing

At the aforementioned public hearing, all
interested parties may appear to be heard
with respect to the amendment

Copies of the amendment are available
for public inspection at the Office of the
Land Use Administrator, located at 204
Northeast First Street, Suite B, Jasper,
Florida, during regular business hours

All persons are advised that if they de-
cide to appeal any decision made at the
above referenced public hearing, they will
need a record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based
09/26
PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY given that a pro-
posed Ordinance which titles hereinafter
appears will be considered for enactment
on the second and final reading by the
Town Council of The Town of White
Springs, Fl, Tuesday, October 8, 2013
7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard

A Public Hearing will begin at 7 00 p m in
the Council Chambers at Town Hall,
White Springs, Fl Copy of said Ordin-
ance may be inspected by any member of
the public at the Office of The Clerk,
Town Hall, on the date, time and place
first above mentioned

All interested persons may appear and be
heard with respect to the proposed ordin-
ance All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decision made at
this public hearing they will need a record
of the proceedings and, for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony and evid-
ence upon which the appeal is to be
based

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09/26


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING A SPECIAL EXCEPTION
AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE HAMILTON
COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS

BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF HAMILTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, NO-
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant
to Sections 163 3161 through 163 3215,
Florida Statutes, as amended, and the
Hamilton County Land Development Reg-
ulations, as amended, hereinafter re-
ferred to as the Land Development Regu-
lations, objections, recommendations and
comments concerning the Special Excep-
tion, as described below, will be heard by
the Planning and Zoning Board of
Hamilton County, Florida, at a first public
hearing on October 8, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.,
or as soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the County Commission Meet-
ing Room, County Courthouse located at
207 Northeast First Street, Jasper, Flor-
ida

SE 13-04, a petition by G W Hunter, Inc,
requesting a special exception be gran-
ted as provided for in Section 4 14 5 of
the Land Development Regulations to al-
low for an Automotive or Self Service Sta-
tion in a COMMERCIAL INTENSIVE (Cl)
zoning district submitted as part of a peti-
tion filed on September 5, 2013, on the
property described as follows

COMMENCE at the Southwest corner of
Section 8, Township 1 North, 14 East,
Hamilton County, Florida and run N 89
degrees 14'31" E along the South line of
said Section 8 a distance of 1280 56 feet
to the Southwest corner of a parcel of
land referred to as "Tract Three" and re-
corded in 0 R Book 460, Pages 5-12 of
the Public Records of Hamilton County,
Florida, thence N 10 degrees 2511" E
along the Westerly line of said "Tract
Three" a distance of 2331 94 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING, thence N 39 de-
grees 31'49" E still along the Westerly
line of said "Tract Three" a distance of
266 92 feet to a point on the Southwest-
erly Right-of-Way line of U S Highway
No 41, thence S 50 degrees 24'04" E
along said Southwesterly Right-of-Way
line 413 01 feet to the Northeast corner of
herein mentioned "Tract Three", thence S
10 degrees 2511" W along the Easterly
line of said "Tract Three" a distance of
305 72 feet, thence N 50 degrees 24'04"
W parallel to the Southwesterly Right-of-
Way line of U S Highway No 41 a dis-
tance of 561 74 feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING Containing 2 99 acres, more or
less

The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates Any interested
party shall be advised that the date, time
and place of any continuation of the pub-
lic hearing shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no future notice
concerning the matter will be published,
unless said continuation exceeds six cal-
endar weeks from the date of the above
referenced public hearing

At the aforementioned public hearing, all
interested parties may appear to be heard
with respect to the amendment

Copies of the petition for special excep-
tion are available for public inspection at
the Office of the Land Use Administrator,
located at 204 Northeast First Street,
Jasper, Florida, during regular business
hours

All persons are advised that if they de-
cide to appeal any decision made at the
above referenced public hearing, they will
need a record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based
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Arrest Records


Editor's note: The
Jasper News prints the
entire arrest record each
week. If your name ap-
pears here and you are
later found not guilty or
the charges are
dropped, we will be
happy to make note of
this in the newspaper
when judicial proof is
presented to us by you
or the authorities.
The following abbre-
viations are used below:
DAC Department of
Agriculture Commission
DOA Department of
Agriculture
DOT Department of
Transportation
FDLE Florida De-
partment of Law En-
forcement
FHP Florida High-
way Patrol
FWC Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission
HCDTF Hamilton
County Drug Task Force
HCSO Hamilton
County Sheriff's Office
ICE Immigration and
Custom Enforcement
JAPD Jasper Police
Department
JNPD Jennings Po-
lice Department
OALE Office of Agri-
cultural Law Enforce-
ment
P&P Probation and
Parole
SCSO Suwannee
County Sheriff's Office
WSPD White Springs
Police Department


Sept. 9, Jonathan
Lamar Howell, 21, 6325
NW 30 Way, Jennings,
Fla., larceny, HCSO-
Tomas
Sept. 10, Dekeondris
Shunquez Taylor, 24,166
Friendship Way, White
Springs, Fla., poss. drug
paraphernalia, poss.
synthetic drug, manu-
facture meth, HCSO-
Brownfield
Sept. 10, John Philip
Brantley, 33, 16068 Jew-
ett St., White Springs,
Fla., pos. drug parapher-
nalia, poss. synthetic
drug, manuf. meth,
HCSO-Brownfield
Sept. 10, Shannon Al-
ford Williams, 36, 11710
CR 6 East, Jasper, Fla.,
poss. drug parapherna-
lia, poss. synthetic drug,
manuf. meth, HCSO-
Brownfield
Sept. 10, Cecil Kevin
Register, 34, 10260 SE
160 Lane, White Springs,
Fla., dwls, HCSO-Mc-
Daniel
Sept. 10, Antonio Leon
Strawder, 25, 1215 Bee
St., Jennings, Fla., war-
rant, vop, HCSO-Curry
Sept. 11, Antoinett
Shontel Gillian, 19, 3200
Hartley Rd., Lot 205,
Jacksonville, Fla., out of
county warrant Duval
Cty., HCSO-Murphy
Sept. 11, Frank Julian
Brady, 46, PO Box 2,
Jasper, Fla., vop, dwls,
HCSO-walk-in
Sept. 11, Brittany Tay-
lor Parker, 19, 5651 SE
135 Blvd., Jasper, Fla.,
grand theft, JAPD-Mor-
gan
Sept. 11, Christine
Bray Lanie, 22, 1757 NW
Suwannee Valley Rd.,
Lake City, Fla., Colum-
bia County warrant,
drug paraphernalia,
dwls/r with knowledge
Sept. 13, Lyndell J.
Cooks, 27, 16744 Branch
St., White Springs, Fla.,


battery, retail theft, vop
agg. battery, HCSO-Bur-
nam
Sept. 13, Tennielle
Dean Law, 36, 15393 83
Trl., White Springs, Fla.,
hold for Columbia Cty.,
JAPD-Morgan
Sept. 14, Timothy
Kirkland Harris, 43,5176
NW CR 141, Jennings,
Fla., dwls/r knowingly,
HCSO-Murphy
Sept. 14, Travis
Bernard Hawkins, 34,
1116 SW 16 St., Jasper,
Fla., fraud, utter false in-
strument, fraud imper-
son. obtain property,
HCSO-Howell
Sept. 15, Angel Gonza-
lez, Jr., 21, 148 Country
Circle, Lake Park, Ga.,
vop. poss. marijuana,
HCSO-walk-in
Sept. 15, Kevin Wayne
Day, 26, 3701 North
Gale, Indianapolis, In.,
heroin traffic, narcotic
equip./poss., HCDTF-
Brownfield
Sept. 15, Laronda
Denise Curry, 22, 701
Venus Mars Ct.,
Apt./Lot B, Jacksonville,
Fla., heroin traffic, nar-
cotic equip./poss.,
HCDTF-Brownfield
Sept. 15, Cedric David
Anderson, 38, 2145 SW
101 St. W., Miramar, Fla.,
pos. less than 20 grams
marijuana, poss. drug
paraphernalia, DOA-
Everett
Sept. 16, Glen Carey
Tweed, 24, 4782 NE 108
Blvd., Jasper, Fla., out of
county warrant-Hills-
borough, HCSO-Fourak-
er
Sept. 13, Caldwell V.
Udell, 41, 14624 CR 25A,
White Springs, Fla., out
of county warrant, P&P-
Johnson
Sept. 17, Terrance Mc-
Clain, 29, PO Box 512,
Jasper, Fla., in for court,
HCSO-Williams
Jose Alberto Lopez, 18,
3096 Janice Circle,
Chamblee, Ga., false ID
to LEO, obstruct by dis-
guised, fugitive from
justice, HCSO-Hughes
Sept. 18, Bonnie Bell
Edwards, 32, 101 SW
Hatley St., Jasper, Fla.,
petit theft, JAPD-Mor-
gan
Sept. 17, Chantal
Alyssa Pierce, 23, 6111
Vinnie Dr., Apt. A, Val-
dosta, Ga., fraud-im-
pers., FHP-Hughes
Sept. 19, Roger B. Al-
faro, 49, 1138 Oak St.,
Jennings, Fla., trespass-
ing, hold for ICE, HCSO-
Thomas
Sept. 19, Douglas
Wayne Spurlock, 42,
4333 Raj Rd., Knowville,
Tenn., vop, HCSO-
Cribbs
Sept. 19, Brandon Ty-
rone Dye, 29,15365 SE 99
Trl., White Springs, Fla.,
WSPD warrant, resist
w/o violence, breach of
peace, HCSO-Blanton


Sept. 20, Derek
Michael Creech, 19, 1918
Dupont Ct., Deltona,
Fla., dui, poss. of alcohol
by person under 21,
DOA-Everett
Sept. 20, Stadius L.
Brown, 25, 696 SW
Georgetown Ave., Madi-
son, Fla., vop, HCSO-
Williams
Sept. 21, Kevin Lam-
ont Aikens, 36, 109 SW
Pecan Ave., Madison,
Fla., dwls knowingly,
open container, no seat-
belt, HCSO-Cheshire


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The springs are running in White Springs


...the river dropped
enough that the
pressure from
groundwater was able
to overcome the river.
Senior Professional
Engineer Megan
Wetherington

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gins to flow upward
through a sinkhole, he
said, it is called a spring.
Thanks to generous
rainfall amounts in
Georgia over the last few
months, on Monday,
Sept. 23, White Sulphur
Springs was in its glory
again, pumping water
up from the spring and
out into the Suwannee
River, filling the air with
the lovely aroma of sul-
phur.

Blue Sink
Blue Sink is located on
Suwannee River Water
Management land off
CR 136 near the 1-75 in-
terchange in White
Springs. If you travel
down NW 27th Road for
a couple of miles you
will run dead into it. The
landscape is very primi-
tive, except for a wooden
boardwalk on one side
of a large, very deep
sinkhole. The rustic, nat-
ural atmosphere around
the area will make you
think you stepped into a
time machine and went
back 100 years.
Miller said Blue Sink
probably flowed at one
point in time, however,
no one talks much about
it, as it has a storied past.


"They're all connected
underground," he said
of the springs in the area.
"When White Sulphur
Springs flows, this one
(Blue Sink) flows."
There are distinct high
water marks on many of
the trees surrounding
Blue Sink and locals who
have lived in White
Springs for many years,
like Teddy Bear Mar-
shall, say the water used
to stay at those high lev-
els all the time, accord-
ing to Miller. Many peo-
ple today still go there to
do some fishing. On
Monday, Sept. 23, while
a steady rain fell, the fish
were jumping.
Miller said there are
many, many such places
throughout North Flori-
da and some are still
undiscovered by the
general public.
"There are ones that
are flowing now that are
hidden in the middle of
nowhere," he said.

The Floridan Aquifer
The Floridan Aquifer
System, Miller said, is
the world's greatest nat-
ural resource. It has the
two largest spring sys-
tems in the world, with
over 1,200 springs, hun-
dreds of underground
rivers, and it has the
largest natural cavern in
the world.
"It's bigger than the
Grand Canyon, bigger
than the Great Barrier
Reef, it flows more water
than Victoria Falls, and
nobody knows it," said
Miller.


The Headwaters
Two weekends ago,
Miller and his wife He-
len went up to the
Okeefenokee Swamp in
order to better under-
stand the headwaters of
the Suwannee River. A
park guide gave them a
personal guided tour on
a skiff through the
swamp.
"We rode up the main
channel of what becomes
the Suwannee," Miller
said. "Up there they call
it a lake, but it's flowing
just like the river."
About 30 feet below
the earth's surface in that
area is a hard cap made
out of silica, which does-
n't dissolve, Miller ex-
plained. Then there are
more layers of silica the
deeper you go.
"It's what the Indians
made arrowheads out
of," he said.
After millions of years
of acidic rainfall in the
swamp area of Georgia,
the upper layers of lime-
stone eventually dis-
solved and basically
formed a bowl that looks
like a lake. When it over-
flows, the water comes
southward into the
Suwannee River.
"What's happened
since then is that muck
from decayed leaves
landed on the bottom of
the lake where it formed
gas," said Miller. "The
gas pushed the muck up
to the surface and got
into lilies and other stuff,
so now, most of this
thing is a lake with a lay-
er of lilies and debris."
The Indian name


Okeefenokee means
"land of the trembling
ground", which Miller
explained is the ground
floating above about 10-
25 feet of water.
"After a while, it
builds up so much that
you end up with a 10
foot layer of muck in
some places," he said.

Comments from
SRWMD
Senior Professional
Engineer Megan
Wetherington from
Suwannee River Water
Management District
said, "The river has been
flowing into the spring
since late February. Two
weeks ago, the river
dropped enough that the
pressure from ground-
water was able to over-
come the river. The
spring reversed flow,
and has been flowing
out since."
Wetherington ex-
plained the flow is a mix-
ture of river water and
groundwater, which is
why it is both tea-col-
ored (tannic) and smells
like sulphur.
"As the river dropped,
the flow has been in-
creasing," she said. "Last
week it was flowing at
12 million gallons per
day (MGD)."
Monday it was flow-
ing at 37 MGD and was
the highest measured
flow since November,
2004, when it was slight-
ly higher after the flood-
ing from the hurricanes.
"It is flowing very fast,
too," she said.
The velocity of the dis-


News from the drug prevention coalition


Continued From Page 1A

ing in Jasper. That suite
used to house the
USDA, according to Ex-
ecutive Director Grace
McDonald.
"We're holding our
evening meetings in the
Chamber of Commerce
meeting room right
down the hall," said Mc-
Donald. "We finally
have gone from being in
a Volkswagen to being
in a Cadillac. I actually
have an office with a
window."
New officers
The first item of busi-
ness was to elect officers.
New officers are Presi-
dent Jeramie Cheshire,
Vice President Don Fen-
neman, Secretary Bren-
da Carter, Treasurer
Laura Dees, Long Term
Planning and Evaluation
Sharon Gay, Programs
Chair Abbey Taylor,
Public Relations Chair
Kathy Curry, and new
Tobacco Specialist
Michelle Lee. Addition-
ally, Abbey Taylor will
continue to be the SWAT
advisor at Hamilton
County High School.
Synthetic drugs
The Coalition's next
day meeting was held at
the Culinary Arts Build-
ing on the HCHS cam-
pus on Sept. 17. A new
synthetic heroin drug
called Krokodil was dis-
cussed at length. Five
adult members of the
Coalition and two male
SWAT students from
HCHS first learned
about it at the Mid-Year
Community Anti-Drug
Coalitions of America
(CADCA) Institute
meeting in Austin, Tx.
The use of Krokodil,
McDonald explained,
started in Russia and has
now made its way to the
U.S. The drug is injected
into the skin just like
heroin. The problem
with this synthetic drug
is that it eats flesh.
"Around the area
where it is injected, the


skin turns scaly like a
crocodile's skin," said
McDonald. "That's
where it got the name
Krokodil."
Authorities in South
Florida, she said, have
already begun dealing
with its use in their com-
munities.
"The bad thing is this
stuff will start to eat the
flesh and it will eat your
internal organs," Mc-
Donald continued. "The
people who get on it will
die within a year. It will
destroy their bodies that
fast."
It was noted that sani-
tariums are beginning to
fill up with people who
have used this drug be-
cause it eats the brain
and causes mental ill-
ness issues. There is no
cure.
Of the two students
who attended the meet-
ing in Austin, McDonald
said, "It was a good ex-
perience for them. It
opened their eyes and
they realized there were
people from all over the
United States working
on the same problems
and the same issues that
they have."
Another street drug
that is causing concern
among local law en-
forcement officials is a
synthetic form of Ecsta-
sy referred to as "Mol-
ly". McDonald said
everyone should be
aware, especially if they
are out at a club or party,
and they should never
leave a drink unattend-
ed, as someone may slip
the drug into the drink.
This new synthetic
form of Ecstasy, McDon-
ald said, "is even worse
on the body than Ecsta-
sy.
N.O.P.E. Vigil
This year the annual
N.O.P.E. (Narcotics
Overdose Prevention
Education) Candlelight
Vigil will be held Tues-
day, Oct. 22 from 6:30-8
p.m. at Jasper City Park.
The N.O.P.E. Vigil is a


time for the community
to come together to re-
member those who have
passed away due to
complications from
drug, alcohol, tobacco or
any kind of substance
abuse. There will be in-
spirational songs, a
guest speaker and a
video, along with a can-
dlelight prayer vigil. The
Coalition is hoping to
have a recovered addict
in attendance to speak,
as well.
"The important thing
we want to bring out
here is that if someone is
in trouble, we need to
help them rather than
ostracize them," said
McDonald. "Try to save
their life if you can. Try
to give them a helping
hand to get the help they
need, and help the fami-
ly that's dealing with it
because it can be very
traumatic and painful
for the entire family."
Prescription Drug
Take Back Day
Prescription Drug
Take Back Day in Hamil-
ton County is scheduled
for Saturday, Oct. 26
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Drop-off points will be
at Jasper City Park, Jen-
nings Public Library and
White Springs Police De-
partment. If you have
unused or unwanted
prescription drugs in
your home this is the
time to safely dispose of
them, rather than toss-
ing them in the garbage
or flushing them down
the toilet.
HCHS SWAT Team
Hamilton County
High School students
Madihah Tomoney and
David Williams from the
school's SWAT (Stu-
dents Working Against
Tobacco) team gave a
presentation on "Point
of Sale" issues with to-
bacco products.
"We're a group of em-
powered youth who ral-
ly together and we're
going against big tobac-
co industries," said


Tomoney.
"Point of Sale",
Tomoney explained, re-
lates to how and where
big tobacco targets
youth with their adver-
tising. Oftentimes, she
said, their ads or prod-
ucts are strategically
placed at a young child's
eye level, especially at
convenience stores.
Many times tobacco
products are located
right next to candy
products and in striking-
ly similar packaging.
"Big tobacco spends
about $10-$13 billion a
year on marketing their
products," said
Tomoney. "Eighty-five
percent of that total goes
straight to point of sale
marketing."
Another marketing
ploy, Tomoney said, is
offering discounts,
which she said particu-
larly appeals to youth
who have little money to
spend.
Williams said there is
so much tobacco prod-
uct advertising, both on
the outside and inside of
stores, that a young per-
son who sees those ads
all the time will most
likely think tobacco
products are a normal
part of life.
Tomoney said recent
surveys showed that
about two-thirds of
teens visit convenience
stores about three times
a week and 27 percent of
them buy cigarettes or
other tobacco products.
One objective of the
Swat team at HCHS is to
convince their peers that
smoking cigarettes or
using tobacco products
should not be consid-
ered normal.
The next meeting of
the Coalition will be
Tuesday, Oct. 15 from 5-
6 p.m. in Conference
Room 4 at the court-
house annex, followed
immediately by the To-
bacco Free Partnership
meeting from 6-7 p.m.


charge on Monday,
Wetherington said, was
five feet per second
(about three and a half
miles per hour). She
added that groundwater
levels in northern
Suwannee/southern
Hamilton counties are
higher than normal, but
not record-breaking.
"We don't know if the
spring will run clear af-
ter the river water is ex-
pelled, but the likelihood
of this happening is the
highest in years," said
Wetherington.

Looking forward
The fact that White
Sulphur Spring and Blue
Sink are both flowing is
evidence that the two are
connected by an under-
ground river, White
Springs Mayor Helen
Miller said.
"We are truly fortu-
nate that above normal
rainfall in the Southeast-
ern U.S. has delivered a
temporary infusion to
the Floridan Aquifer,"
she said. "The current
spring flow demon-
strates that the physical
properties of the spring
are intact. This gives jus-


Continued From Page 1A

p.m. The Horse Show is
open to all youth (free
entry) with proof of cur-
rent Coggins required.
For more information on
the horse show contact
Ginny Godwin at 386-
792-4455 or e-mail
vkcgl975@yahoo.com.
You don't want to
miss the delicious barbe-
cue supper at 5 p.m. For
only $6 a plate you can
enjoy mouthwatering
Boston butt pork,
coleslaw, baked beans,
bread and tea. For more
information on the bar-
becue contact Keith
Wynn at 386-792-1276.
The 4-H Dog Show
runs from 5:30 until 6:30
p.m. Registration begins
at 4:30 and if you need


tification to the premise
that if over-pumping to
our east and north could
be reduced substantially
through conservation
and reliance on alternate
water sources, then the
White Sulphur Spring
could flow again on a
permanent basis."
If that happens, the
mayor said the driver for
the town's economy
could be restored.
At a meeting of the
Florida League of Cities'
Energy & Environmental
Quality Legislative
Committee held in Jack-
sonville on Sept. 20, the
unanimous consensus
was that water will be a
major issue for the 2014
session of the the Florida
Legislature, mayor
Miller explained.
"Officials representing
the state's 410 municipal-
ities are making the ar-
gument loud and clear
that water quantity, wa-
ter quality, as well as salt
intrusion and issues
dealing with new federal
designations of flood
zones are major concerns
that need the serious at-
tention of the state's law-
makers."


Jewelry stolen from deceased

Hamilton County woman


Continued From Page 1A

transaction form.
The investigation be-
gan in May 2013, after
relatives of a Hamilton
County woman alleged
several items of jewelry
had been stolen from
their loved one, follow-
ing her death including
a ring, watch and neck-
lace. Agents reviewed
pawn broker transac-
tions that indicated
Allen sold 62 pieces of
jewelry to pawn shops
within the previous
year. Investigators al-


lege at least some of the
pawned items were
stolen from deceased
persons whom Allen
had access to as a foren-
sic investigator at the
District 4 Medical Exam-
iner's Office in Jack-
sonville.
Allen was arrested
around 7:30 a.m. Sept.
13, at the medical exam-
iner's office and booked
into the Duval County
Jail.
The State Attorney's
Office, 4th Judicial Cir-
cuit will prosecute this
case.


Veterans Park gets

$30K from PotashCorp


Continued From Page 1A

Catholic Charities, Unit-
ed Way of Suwannee
Valley, and the White
Springs Library project,
as well as local educa-
tional initiatives.
"Our partnership with
Hamilton County and
its communities is
strong and with mutual
respect for the freedoms
that we enjoy as Ameri-
cans; freedom of speech,
freedom to worship and
freedom to work or op-
erate a business," Baker
said. "Freedoms that are
safeguarded by the
brave men and women
who have served our


country to protect our
way of life."
About 13 percent of
Hamilton County's pop-
ulation is comprised of
veterans, Baker ac-
knowledged, and many
of them are part of the
PotashCorp workforce.
Without further ado,
Baker presented Lam-
bert and the Hamilton
County Board of County
Commissioners with a
check for $30,000 to be
used for the park that
will serve as their tribute
to the men and women
who have served our na-
tion in both peace and
war, and especially
those who gave their all.


further information
please call 386-792-1276
or e-mail
hfutch@ufl.edu. The
Dog Show is open to all
Hamilton County youth
ages 8-18 and member-
ship in 4-H is not re-
quired. Entry fee is $5
for any/all categories of
Best Trick, Best Cos-
tume, Most Adorable,
Oldest and Youngest.
Something new this
year is an earlier start
time of 6:30 p.m. for the
Pee Wee Pig Scramble,
which is open to youth
ages seven and under.
The Swine Sale starts
at 7 p.m. and the finale
4-H/FFA Pig Scramble
will take place at 9 p.m.
Come out and support
the youth of Hamilton
County!


42nd Annual HamCo

Fair set for Oct. 3


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2013


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Trojans stop Maclay


Final score 25-10

Staff
The Hamilton County High School Trojan
football team (1-2) beat the Maclay Marauders
(0-3) in Tallahassee Friday night, Sept. 20, by a
score of 25-10.
The Trojans took an early lead at 6-0 with 4:21
left in the first quarter. The Marauders had to
settle for a field goal to put three on the board
with just 13 seconds left in the first.
The Trojans showed Maclay they were play-
ing to win, with a great drive by Malik Ran-
dolph who refused to be tackled.
Markevious Davis then had an interception
before Bud Web takes it in for another touch-
down for the Trojans, with 8:57 left in the sec-
ond quarter. The Trojans lead 18-3.
The Trojans make their final touchdown of
the night in the third quarter, with Jacari Wash-
ington with a great relentless run. The extra
point is good. The Marauders answer by taking
it in. The score will remain 25-10 until the final.
Hamilton County had 14 first downs and
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The Hamilton
County High School
volleyball team, as
of Sept. 19, was 4-4
overall and 2-1 in
the district. The
team has lost to Fort
White twice, Union
and Mayo. The team
has beaten Taylor
County, Jefferson,
Branford and Madi-
son County.


Voices of the Trojans


This is Ryan
Mitchell and
Josh Altman,
the 107.5 voic-
es of the Trojan
Radio. This
photo was tak-
en at the Sept.
13 game
against
Chiefland.
Courtesy photo


Lamar Brown.


"Outta' the Woods"
By Tony Young


Pull back on a string; huntin' season is here!


Even though you can
hardly tell, summer is al-
most over. Kids have re-
turned to school, football
is back on TV, and hunt-
ing season has been go-
ing on for a month now
in south Florida. Most of
us have already finished
our preseason scouting,
and we've hung our tree
stands along well-trav-
eled deer trails next to
a mature oak tree that'll
soon begin dropping
acorns, if we're lucky. Fi-
nally, the time of year
we've been waiting for is
here!


Hunting season still
comes in first in Zone A,
which is that part of the
state south of State Road
70. Archery and cross-
bow seasons there start-
ed Aug. 3 on private
lands.
Hunting Zone B is
made up in part by the
Green Swamp Basin and
lies south of S.R. 50, west
of U.S. 441 and the
Kissimmee Waterway,
north of S.R. 60 and east
of the Gulf of Mexico.
Archery and crossbow
seasons on private prop-
erty in Zone B start this
year Oct. 19.
The line that divides
zones C and D has been
modified slightly this
year, so please make
sure you know which
zone you're hunting in.
The line still begins at
U.S. 27 at the (Gadsden
County) Florida-Georgia
state line and runs south
on U.S. 27 until it meets
S.R. 61 in Tallahassee.
From there, it follows
S.R. 61, running south
until it hits U.S. 319.
There, the line follows
U.S. 319, continuing
south to U.S. 98; it then


runs east along U.S. 98.
And here is the part that
changed. The line used
to turn south on Spring
Creek Highway, but
now it continues east
along U.S. 98 until it gets
to the Wakulla River,
where the river becomes
the line, heading south
until it meets the St.
Marks River and contin-
ues downriver until it
meets the Gulf.
If you hunt west of
that line, you're in Zone
D, where archery and
crossbow seasons begin
Oct. 26 on private lands.
In Zone C, archery and
crossbow seasons open
on Sept. 14.
To hunt during
archery season, you'll
need a Florida hunting
license and an archery
permit. During cross-
bow season, you'll need
a hunting license and
crossbow permit. If
you're a Florida resi-
dent, an annual hunting
license will cost $17.
Nonresidents have the
choice of paying $46.50
for a 10-day license or
$151.50 for 12 months.
Archery and crossbow


permits cost just $5 each,
and all deer hunters
must have the $5 deer
permit. Anyone plan-
ning on hunting one of
Florida's many WMAs
must purchase a man-
agement area permit for
$26.50.
And don't forget to
pick up the WMA
brochure for the area
you wish to hunt, be-
cause hunting season
dates on many of the ar-
eas are often different
from what the zonal
dates are. You can pick
up a copy of these WMA
brochures at your local
tax collector's office or
read them at
MyFWC.com/Hunting.
During archery season
and that part of cross-
bow season that is con-
current with archery,
you can take deer of ei-
ther sex, regardless of
antler size (except for
spotted fawns). After
archery ends, during the
remaining portion of the
crossbow season, only
legal bucks (having at
least one antler that is at
least 5 inches long) may
be taken. The daily bag


limit on deer is two. Bag
limits for deer on WMAs
can differ, so check the
specifics of the area be-
fore you hunt.
You can hunt wild
hogs on private lands
year-round with no bag
or size limits. On most
WMAs, there's also no
bag or size limits, and
hogs are legal to take
during most hunting
seasons except spring
turkey. On a few WMAs,
bag and size limits do
apply, so be sure to
check the brochure for
the specific area to be
certain.
It's also legal to shoot
gobblers and bearded
turkeys during archery
and crossbow seasons,
given you have a turkey
permit ($10 for residents,
$125 for nonresidents).
You can take only one
turkey per day, and
there's a two-bird fall-
season limit. It's against
the law to hunt turkeys
in Holmes County in the
fall, and it's illegal to
shoot them while they're
on the roost, over bait,
when you're within 100
yards of a game-feeding


station when bait is pre-
sent or with the aid of
recorded turkey calls.
On private property, if
you're hunting during
the archery season, you
may hunt only with a
bow, and you must have
the $5 archery permit.
During crossbow sea-
son, you may use either
a crossbow or bow, but
you must have the $5
crossbow permit. On
WMAs, only hunters
with a disabled cross-
bow permit are allowed
to use crossbows during
archery season. All bows
must have a minimum
draw weight of 35
pounds, and hand-held
releases are permitted.
For hunting deer, hogs
and turkeys, broadheads
must have at least two
sharpened edges with a
minimum width of 7/8
inch.
Tony Young is the me-
dia relations coordinator
for the FWC's Division
of Hunting and Game
Management. He can be
reached with questions
about hunting at
Tony. Young@MyFWC.c
om.


PAGE 8A


THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2013


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Scenes from the Jennings Fall Festival held Saturday, Sept. 14


Submitted
Jennings' First Fall Festival was in-
credible with over 500 visitors who en-
joyed rides, games and great food. On
hand were community organizations,
churches, artists, crafters and individ-
uals with treasures for sale. The Scoo-
by Doo Motorcycle Club and some lo-
cal riders stopped by, too.
"It was a great success," said Katie
Rooney, who helped organize the

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event. "It was even better than we
could've hoped for with lots of ven-
dors and lots of attendees. Local resi-
dent Carmen Jones was the "mover
and shaker" who organized this
event. Thanks to Carmen and Mother
Nature, everyone enjoyed a gor-
geous day at Jennings' beautiful park."
Rooney said if you missed out this
time, the Second Annual Fall Festival
next year will be even better.


Avon was one of several vendors set up in the park.


Hamilton County Commissioner Beth Burnam stops by the "Operation At Home" table.


I ne Dounce nouse was a nit with the Kids.


Visitors check out the Candy Castle and Games booths.


The Jennings Fire Department stands at the ready.


I ne Hamilton Humane Society welcomed pet lovers to their tablDie.


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The Scooby Doo Motorcycle Club roars into the park.


Young and old alike enjoyed a fun day in the park.


Vendors were set up throughout the park.


It was nice and shady for these vendors under the trees. Courtesy photos:


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2013


THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


PAGE 9A


These kids enjoy a train ride through the park.












REGIONAL



Suwannee County deeds property to Klausner


Company has 18

months to begin

construction

By Bryant Thigpen
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During an August Suwannee Coun-
ty Board of County Commissioners
meeting, board members voted 4-1 to
allow the chairman's signature to con-
vey the 155 acre property at the cata-
lyst site to Klausner Lumber One LLC
that resulted in closing on the proper-
ty the next day. Commissioner Ricky
Gamble voted against, stating he re-
ceived the agreement 15 minutes prior
to the meeting and was not prepared
to vote without reviewing the docu-
ments.
Klausner purchased the property for
$1, which was purchased by the coun-
ty for about $1 million. Klausner will
eventually install a multi-million dol-
lar state-of-the-art sawmill in Suwan-
nee County near the interchange of US
90 West and 1-10. Even though Klaus-
ner owns the property now, a lien
against the property is still in place to
protect the county.
According to the contract's reverter
clause, the company has 18 months
from the date the property is deeded
to install a slab of concrete in the log
yard. If the company fails to meet the
requirements set forth in the contract,
the county can reclaim ownership of
the property.
If by Jan. 1, 2014, the company has
employed 86 full-time equivalents, the
county agreed in the contract to termi-
nate the lien.


Local resident Wendell Snowden ad-
dressed the board about the process of
deeding the property.
"I was under the impression Klaus-
ner was to start construction before the
land was given to them," Snowden
said.
County Attorney Jimmy Prevatt told
Snowden the contract provides the
company with the option to purchase
the property for $1 before their con-
struction phases begin.

Did the county satisfy the company?
In June, Klausner President of Inter-
national Business Development
Thomas Mende told County Adminis-
trator Randy Harris the county should
be responsible for repairing four areas
on the site where Klausner intends to
build that were deemed a potential
risk for a sinkhole. However, the coun-
ty voted to take no action, stating the
county has done everything required
contractually.
Prevatt said by the company acquir-
ing the land, they are accepting the
county's site work as being satisfacto-
rily completed.
During the meeting, Harris in-
formed the board of an email from
Klausner's legal representative asking
the county if the company does close
on the property, if the county would
take the land back if federal grants be-
come available for the purpose of re-
mediation on the property, if the
grants were specifically for public
property.

Hesitations...
Gamble asked for a 15 minute recess
to review the agreement, stating he re-
ceived it just minutes before the meet-


An aerial view of the property in which Klausner expects to build a sawmill.


- Photo: Suwannee Forestry Center

ing. Following the recess, discussion
continued on whether the chairman
should have authorization to execute
the closing documents.
"I didn't vote for this contract, but
we signed the contract so we have to
do it," Commissioner Phil Oxendine
said. "If we don't, we're well aware
they could take us to court."
The board then voted 4-1 to allow
Commission Chairman Wesley Wain-
wright to sign the appropriate docu-
ments to deed the property. Gamble
voted against.
"The reason I voted against it is I
don't feel prepared to vote on it. Fif-
teen minutes just wasn't enough
time," said Gamble.

Other catalyst site news


In consent agenda items, the board
approved authorization to advertise
for bids for remediation of sinkholes
within the county's retention ponds lo-
cated in the buffer area of the catalyst
site.
Harris told the board these particu-
lar sinkholes have always been the
county's responsibility and after the
property is deeded to the company,
the county will retain the duties of
maintaining the buffer.
Clerk of Court Barry Baker asked
Harris if the sinkholes had any effect
on closing with the property. Harris
said he "doesn't believe it will have
any effect."
"Even after we repair these, I can al-
most guarantee you we're going to
have more," Harris said.


Suwannee Lake SAVVY SENIOR


FMA closing for Computers Designed


renovation Specifically for Seniors


Submitted
The Suwannee Lake
Fish Management Area
(FMA) closes for renova-
tions Oct. 1 and will re-
main closed until June
30, 2014, according to
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commis-
sion (FWC) officials.
Suwannee Lake, near
Live Oak in Suwannee
County, is a 63-acre lake
that was constructed by
the FWC in 1967.
A drawdown of the
lake level is well under-
way and boat access is
extremely limited. Bag
limits and size limits on
the lake were temporari-
ly suspended in June, al-
lowing anglers to keep
any fish they catch until
the area is closed.
"Until the lake closes,
Suwannee Lake FMA
anglers can keep all the
fish they catch as long as
these fish are caught by
hook and line, hand or
dip net," said Dan
Dorosheff, FWC fresh-
water fisheries biologist.


Anglers, unless ex-
empt by law, will still
need a freshwater fish-
ing license to take or at-
tempt to take fish.
The lake will be
drained and organic ma-
terial from the lake bot-
tom, and woody vegeta-
tion along the shoreline
will be removed. Some
areas of the lake will be
deepened, and enhance-
ments such as shallow
submerged islands,
brush piles and larger
bank-fishing access
points will be created.
"This will improve the
fishery as well as shore-
line bank-fishing access
for our anglers,"
Dorosheff said. "After
the renovations are com-
pleted, the lake will be
restocked with native
Florida sportfish, and
beneficial native vegeta-
tion will be planted."
For more information
about this project, con-
tact the FWC's North
Central Region office at
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niors with very limited
computer skills? I am in-
terested in getting one,
but at 76, I need one
that's designed simplis-
tically for me.
Inexperienced Senior

Dear Inexperienced,
There are actually sev-
eral companies who
make and sell comput-
ers designed specifically
for seniors who have lit-
tle or no computer expe-
rience. Here are some
top options to check
out.

Desktops
If you're primarily in-
terested in a home desk-
top computer, the
Telikin (telikin.com,
800-230-3881), which
has been on the market
for over two years now,
is an excellent option.
Ready to go right out
of the box, this all-in-one
touch-screen computer
provides a big button
menu that displays all
your favorite functions
on the screen at all
times. By simply touch-
ing the menu option of
your choice with your
finger, you can get in-
stant access to the Web,
e-mail, games, video
chat, photo sharing,
news, weather and
more.


Available in two sizes
- the 18-inch LCD
touch-screen with a 320-
gigabyte hard drive that
costs $699, and the 20-
inch LCD touch-screen
with 500-gigabytes for
$999 all Telikin com-
puters come with built-
in speakers, a Web cam-
era, microphone, wired
keyboard and mouse.
They even offer "tech
buddy" software that
your loved ones can
download on their com-
puters, so they can ac-
cess your Telikin re-
motely to help you
when need be.
Running on Linux
software instead of the
standard Windows or
Mac OS, the Telikin is
also virus-resistant,
comes with a 60-day tri-
al period, a one-year
warranty and free tech
support.
It's also worth noting
that Telikin has a part-
nership with first-
STREET a senior prod-
uct direct marketing
company that is also
selling the 20-inch
Telikin for $999, but
have rebranded it as the
"WOW! Computer for
Seniors."
Another option to con-
sider is the MyGait Elite
Computer (mygait.com,
866-469-4248), which
costs $899 plus a $20
monthly service fee.
This mouse-operated PC


has a 20-inch high-reso-
lution monitor, a large-
letter color-coded key-
board, one-click func-
tionality for all pages, a
simple zoom feature
that lets you magnify
your email or Web page
up to 200 percent, and
an ergonomic trackball
mouse that's easy on the
hand and wrist.
It also comes with a
built in Web camera,
DVD/CD player, unlim-
ited storage space,
dozens of games and a
unique customer service
package that guarantees
protection against virus-
es and spam, provides
ongoing computer up-
dates, and offers a help
line if you ever get stuck
or need assistance.

Tablets
If you're interested in
something mobile, there
are several new senior-
specific tablets on the
market you should look
into like the Claris Com-
panion (clariscompan-
ion.com, 866-284-4939),
which combines a com-
puter, digital picture
frame, mobile phone
and passive monitoring
device into one package.
It has a 10-inch touch-
screen with huge text
and buttons, amplified
sound and comes in a
thick bamboo frame
that's easy to hold on to,
plus a stand that props it


up.
It also provides sim-
plified access to email,
text messaging, the
Web, video chat and
photos. Along with ex-
ercise videos, event,
medication and other re-
minders, and gives fam-
ily members the ability
to easily monitor you if
you need an extra hand.
It even let's you or our
loved ones personalize
the tablet to handle your
specific needs and abili-
ties.
The Claris Companion
offers a variety of pric-
ing packages that starts
at $100 with a two-year
contract, plus a $59
monthly subscription
fee.
Another option to con-
sider is the In-Touch Se-
nior Tablet (senior-
touchpad.com), which is
also a 10-inch tablet that
provides simple one-
touch, big-button access
to the Web, email, text
messaging, your calen-
dar, video chat, medica-
tion reminders and
more. The Senior Tablet
c o s t
$400.
Send your senior
questions to: Savvy Se-
nior, P.O. Box 5443, Nor-
man, OK 73070, or vis-
it SavvySenior.org. Jim
Miller is a contributor to
the NBC Today show
and author of "The
Savvy Senior" book.


Quilt Show at Stephen Foster is Oct. 18-20


By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com

The 25th Annual Quilt Show
and Sale is coming to Stephen
Foster Folk Culture Center State
Park Friday through Sunday,
Oct. 18-20.
This popular event in White
Springs always draws a large
crowd as visitors enjoy the
amazing artistry of unique and
colorful quilts in a tranquil set-
ting along the historic and ma-
jestic Suwannee River.


This year over 150 quilts of all
shapes and sizes will be on dis-
play and many quilts will be for
sale. Others will be entered into
a judged showing.
Throughout the park you can
also enjoy boutiques, quilting
supply vendors, demonstra-
tions, lectures, door prizes, food
and more. There will also be a
children's Garden Party for kids
who have a quilt they would like
to enter. All quilts must be en-
tered by Oct. 11. Call 877-635-
3655 for quilt drop off locations.


Come spend the day or the en-
tire weekend at the park. Buses
are welcome, so register your
group bus and the park will
have goodie bags with door
prizes ready for you upon ar-
rival.
The event is sponsored by the
Stephen Foster Citizen's Support
Organization and the Lady of
the Lake Quilting Guild. Admis-
sion to the Quilt Show and Sale
is $5 per person at the gate. For
more information, call 877-635-
3655.


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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2013













Mayor Miller Issues Constitution Week Proclamation


Submitted

In observance of the 226th anniver-
sary of the drafting of the Constitution
of the United States of America by the
Constitutional Convention, Dr. Helen
Miller, mayor of White Springs, asked
citizens to reaffirm the ideals of the
Framers of the Constitution by pro-
claiming Sept. 17-23, to be Constitu-
tion Week.
Constitution Week was officially en-
acted on Aug. 2, 1956 by President
Dwight D. Eisenhower from a con-
gressional resolution petitioned by the
Daughters of the American Revolution
(DAR), but it was George W. Bush
who officially declared the inception
of Constitution Week in Sept. 2002.
Julie B. Gafford, past Regent of the
Edward Rutledge Chapter of the DAR
in Lake City, met Mayor Miller at
White Springs Town Hall to witness
the signature and placement of the
town seal on the Proclamation.
The purpose of the observation
week is to promote study and educa-
tion about the Constitution which was
originally adopted by the American
Congress of the Confederation (the
Constitutional Convention) on Sept.
17, 1787 in Philadelphia, Pa., and rati-
fied by conventions in 11 states. It
went into effect on March 4, 1789.
The Constitution is interpreted, sup-
plemented and implemented by a
large body of constitutional law. The
Constitution of the United States was
the first constitution of its kind and
has influenced the constitutions of
many other nations.
On Sept. 17, President Barack Oba-
ma proclaimed the day as both Consti-
tution Day and Citizenship Day, and
Sept. 17-23 as Constitution Week. Pres-
ident Obama encouraged all to reflect
on the importance of active citizen-
ship, recognize the enduring strength
of the Constitution, and reaffirm our
commitment to the rights and obliga-
tions of citizenship in this great nation.
The presidential proclamation states:
"Throughout our history immi-
grants have embraced the spirit of lib-
erty, equality, and justice for all the
same ideals that stirred the patriots of
1776 to rise against an empire, guided
the Framers as they built a strong re-
public, and moved generations to
bridge our founding promise with the
realities of our time.
"The pursuit of this promise defines
our history; with amendments that


trace our national journey. The Consti-
tution bears witness to how far we
have come. As we celebrate the
world's longest serving written char-
ter of government, let us remember
that upholding our founding princi-
ples requires us to challenge modern
injustices. Let us accept our responsi-
bility as citizens, our obligation to one
another and to future generations. Let
us move forward with the knowledge
that in the face of impossible odds,
those who love their country can
change it."
"I applaud the DAR for their on-go-
ing commitment to the Constitution,
and to their efforts to promote the
rights and responsibilities of each citi-
zen as we continue to face challenges
at home and abroad. Our nation's
strength comes from all citizens work-
ing together for a common cause. The
Framers held diverging views, but
they compromised so that the Consti-
tution could be adopted and ratified
by the various states. Who are we to
dispute the power of compromise?
The future of our great nation de-
mands active citizenship, civility, co-
operation, and compromise," noted
Mayor Miller.
Historians report that approximate-
ly 2,717,991 men and women consti-
tute the total of U.S. military casualties
of war since the American Revolution-
ary War. Over 38,000 military person-
nel are listed as missing in action. De-
fense of the Constitution is not merely
an abstract argument, but a matter of
life and death for the patriots who
serve in the nation's military forces.
Lamar Royals, VFW Post 8095, remi-
nisced that "several days in September
are important. On Sept. 2, 1945, a for-
mal surrender ceremony was per-
formed in Tokyo Bay, Japan, aboard
the battleship U.S.S. Missouri. Japan-
ese representatives signed the surren-
der document, officially ending WWII.
The date continues to be referred to as
Victory over Japan Day, or V-J Day."
A year later on Sept. 16, 1946, the
Hamilton County VFW Memorial Post
was mustered in, and it's important to
note that it was paid for by grateful cit-
izens prior to the mustering in ceremo-
ny.
"I ask that every one stop and take a
look at what the Constitution says, to
all of us not just to the elite, not just
to the poor but to all of us as Ameri-
cans," Royals continued. "Here in the
United States, we all have the opportu-


(L-R): Mayor Helen Miller and Julie B. Gafford, past Regent of the Edward Rutledge Chapter of


the DAR in Lake City. Courtesy photo:

nity to succeed. We may start at the
bottom, but we have the opportunity
to climb the ladder of success. If we
could understand the pressures on the
Framers, it might help us recognize
that the Constitution is a living docu-
ment that gives voice for all of us. As
one old soldier, let me say that if we
unite together under one common
cause, we can make the best even bet-
ter."


Driver License and

Vehicle Inspection

Checkpoints
The Hamilton County be directed to drive]
Sheriff's Office will be who would violate tr
conducting driver li- driver license laws
cense and vehicle in- Florida.
section checkpoints The Sheriff's Offkic
during the weeks of Oct. has found these check
1, 2013, until Dec. 31, points to be an effectix
2013, in Hamilton Coun- means of enforcing tr


Recognizing the dan-
ger presented to the
public by defective vehi-
cle equipment, deputies
will concentrate their ef-
forts on vehicles being
operated with defects
such as bad brakes,
worn tires and defective
lighting equipment. In
addition, attention will


While the official observance of the
Constitution comes Sept. 17 -23 every
year, the DAR, Mayor Miller and Mr.
Royals encourage all citizens to stop
and reflect any day of the year, to con-
duct some research readily available
on the internet or at a local library, and
to express appreciation for the best
government of any nation on Planet
Earth.


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of

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equipment and driver li-
cense laws of Florida,
while ensuring the pro-
tection of all motorist.
The checkpoints will
be:
US 41, CR 145, NW
16th Avenue, CR 751, CR
25A, SR 6 W, SR 6 E, CR
141, CR 143, CR 51, CR
249 and SR 129.


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Monday Thurs-
day at 5 p.m. (by
appointment):
TABE (Test of
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TABE is required
for acceptance into
vocational/techni-
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to ID required. Pre-
registration &
scheduling time &
date are required.
To register please
call 850-973-9451.


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(To the tune of The
Battle Hymn of the Re-
public till you get to the
hymns)
"The Circuit Riding
Preacher,
Used to ride across the
land,
with a rifle in his sad-
dle and a Bible in his
hand,
He told the country
people,
All about the
promised land,
As he went riding
singing down the trail,
Power, power, won-
der working power,
In the blood.....of the
lamb..
There is power, pow-
er, wonder working
power,
In the precious blood
of the lamb."
What I am about to re-
late to you is a true story,
and one that has been
passed down in our fam-
ily for many, many
years.
My paternal great-
great grandfather, James
"Jim" Bullard, who was
born in the late 1830s
and was born around
Milltown, now Lake-
land, Georgia, and who
fought in the War Be-
tween the States for the
Confederacy and, who
suffered terribly from
consumption after the
war ended came to the
state of Florida at the ad-
vice of a medical doctor
in south Georgia who
advised "sea air" for his
respiratory ailment.
The family traveled
some place on the Gulf, I
think around Steinhatch-


ee and lived for a while
near the Gulf until my
great-great grandfather
began to regain his
strength and health.
Then, they loaded their
wagons and started back
to Georgia, but "broke
down" in Hamilton
County near where I live
on the Woodpecker
Route, just north about
13 miles north of White
Springs (broke down
means they were out of
money and a way to go),
and they began "hiring
out" to work for people
who owned established
farms until they were
able to purchase their
own farm. A cousin still
owns a parcel of what
was the original home-
stead. They were late
comers to Hamilton
County, in comparison
to other families. They
didn't arrive here until
around 1866. My moth-
er's family, the Taylors
were here in the late
1820s. Families the
Bullards "married" into -
the Hunter family, the
Cason family and others
- were here, too, in the
early to mid 1820s. The
Bullard's were "new peo-
ple" in comparison.
Here is the story about
the circuit riding preach-
er and my great-great
grandfather, "Jim"
Bullard.
My great-great grand-
father was about 70
years, an old man in
those days, around 1905.
The story is that he
drove his horse and
wagon up to my great
grandfather, Aaron


Bullard's home. My
grandfather, Gordon
Bullard, was about 12
years of age, his brother,
James Henry, "Bud", a
couple of years older,
and the old man asked
them to get cleaned up
and come with him, they
were going to church, up
at Prospect.
"Well Pa", they asked,
"Why are we going to
church today? It's Satur-
day."
"Because", the old man
replied "I am having my
funeral preached today.
The circuit riding
preacher may not make
it back around before I
die, so I want him to
preach my funeral, and
he has agreed."
The story is they all
went up to Prospect
Primitive Baptist
Church, located off the
Woodpecker Route,
north of White Springs,
about 12 miles north of
White Springs. The
preacher preached the
funeral. The old man,
with long white beard
and hair, sat up, listened
to it and cried, and so
did many others. The
church, I am told was
full, standing room only.
Those present "donned"
the black or dark cloth-
ing of mourning, cried,
mourned
Jim Bullard heard each
word of it of his funeral
service, the scriptures he
selected, songs he want-
ed sung. He had his fu-
neral preached before he
died.
It was another five to
six years before he died.


The circuit rider came
and went many times
before Jim Bullard's
demise.
I love that story, and
what brought it to mind
was the fact that this
coming Sunday, Swift
Creek Church, north of
White Springs, will cele-
brate homecoming be-
ginning at 10:45 a.m. this
coming Sunday, Sept.
29. Swift Creek was a
United Methodist
Church, and, supposed-
ly, is the second oldest
Protestant Church in the
state of Florida. I am
sure it was served by cir-
cuit riding preachers.
Circuit riding preach-
ers had a hard life. Many
died from exposure to
the elements, sleeping in
barns or out in the open.
When Florida was a ter-
ritory, many were killed
by wild animals or by In-
dians. Many died as a re-
sult of broken bones,
falling from their horses,
infection, no penicillin in
those days. In those
days, when one took on
the "calling" to preach
the gospel there was
"real" sacrifice involved;
true sacrifice, and there
still is, but the "calling"
at that time was not like
the joke my Daddy often
told and no sacrilege in-
tended about the preach-
er at a smaller church
who had a pulpit com-
mittee come from a large
church, listen to him,
and offer him their pack-
age which was about
quadruple what he was
making in salary, a new
automobile and a very


modern, newly con-
structed parsonage if he
would come to serve
their church.
His wife asked, "What
are you going to do?" He
answered, "I am going
to my study to pray, and
you phone Mayflower
moving company and
make arrangements for
our move in three
weeks."
Ministers of the gospel
still make many sacri-
fices. Those who are
"called" study, prepare,
pray, visit the sick, en-
courage their parish-
ioners, and I appreciate
them, and respect them,
and have loved and love
so many of them. The
joke, above, in no way
diminishes the high re-
gard in which I hold
ministers, "men of the
cloth".
My Daddy, the late
Wade Bullard, was a
"Man's Man" and out-
doorsman, but he in-
stilled in my brother and
me, and I still do it to
this day to always, al-
ways, rise (get up on
your feet boy) from your
seat for a" man of the
cloth" to shake his hand
and greet him. It is a sign
of respect. You never sit
when the preacher
comes to greet you, you
get up. Sounds crazy to
many I know, but I do it
to this day, just respect.
Back to circuit ridding
preaches. They had a
hard life, and they had
to be dedicated and trav-
el miles and miles
through the wilderness
to carry the word and


preach the word of God,
but they did it even
preaching funerals for
folks before they died
like my great-great
granddaddy Bullard.
Unless providentially
hindered, I will go out to
Swift Creek this coming
Sunday. The windows of
the old church will be
opened, no AC there,
hand fans will move. We
will sing the old songs of
Zion together, and I will
remember the words to
the song the late Virginia
J. Daniel taught my
brother and me many
years ago:
"The circuit riding
preacher, traveled
through the mire and
mud,
Told about the fiery
furnace and of Noah and
the flood.
He taught the way to
heaven was by water
and the blood,
As he went riding,
singing down the trail,
"Leaning, leaning, safe
and secure from all
alarm
Leaning, leaning on
the everlasting arms."
As a post note, and I
don't usually do this, but
my dear friend, Sudye
Cauthen, a native of
North Florida, who has
written many wonderful
books about life in our
beloved North Florida,
will be reading from her
works at the Suwannee
County Public Library,
Live Oak, today (Sept.
26) beginning at 6 p.m.
You will love Sudye's
works including "The
Salvation of Maggie Ry-
der". Go out and visit
with her and listen to her
if you have the chance.
You will be glad you
did.
From the Eight Mile
Still on the Woodpecker
Route north of White
Springs, wishing you all
a good day filled with
joy, peace, and, above
all, lots of love and
laughter.


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Nalani Quintello wins Florida Texaco Country Showdown at SOS Music Park


When Nalani Quintello was
announced Sept. 14 at The
Spirit of the Suwannee Music
Park (SOSMP) in Live Oak as
the winner of the Florida Texa-
co Country Showdown, it
seemed she did not realize at
first she had won. But win she
did after a judging team of mu-
sic, recording, radio and
singing professionals chose
her from among six acts. This
was Nalani's third Texaco
Country Showdown state fi-
nalist competition. Nalani,
who taught herself to play gui-
tar, sang two songs she wrote
and accompanied herself on
the guitar during her awesome
performance before a large
crowd in the SOSMP's Music
Hall.
Nalani represented WQHL
radio in Live Oak in the com-
petition. WQHL has spon-
sored the North Florida com-
petition for a number of years.
Radio stations represented in
the contest and contestants
were WAKC Valdosta, Ga
(Caylee Anna), WOKC Okee-
chobee (Casey Raines), WKFL
Bushnell (George Robinson),
WAKX Palm Coast (The After-
while) and WKNK Panama
City (Meghan Burnette). The
Jackson Lawrence Band
played back-up for contestants
who did not play their own in-
struments and also entertained
the audience during the
judges' deliberation. The
SOSMP was the event host for
the evening.
A resident of Orange Park,
Nalani will move on to region-
al competition Nov. 1 in
Jasper, Georgia, at Rocco's
where she'll compete against
state winners in one of five re-
gions across America. If she
wins Nov. 1, she'll get an ex-
pense paid trip to Nashville
Jan. 31, 2014 where she will
compete on the Grand Ole
Opry stage against four other
contestants. The winner will be
named the Best New Act in
Country Music and handed a
check for $100,000! Nalani
wants that check but maybe
most of all, she wants the ex-
perience of performing on the
Grand Ole Opry stage. And ac-
cording to Nalani, she's ready
for the challenge.
"I'm just so excited to win,"
she said after having a day to
let it all sink in. "I can't wait for
Nov. 1...I've waited for this so
long."
Nalani said she started per-
forming when she was 12, but
quite by accident. An athlete at
the time, she and her girl-
friends went to a karaoke place
to celebrate a basketball win,
but her friends had to explain
to her what karaoke means.
"I was very shy back then,"


she laughed as she recalled
that day. "I told my dad I was
going to sing," but Nalani said
he was leery, pointing out to
her she didn't know how to
sing.
Nalani did indeed sing,
quickly realizing she had a tal-
ent for singing! "I sang "Fol-
low Me," and I did alright,"
she stated. From then on, she's
been a whirlwind of musical
activity, singing at nursing
homes, restaurants, opening
for country artists such as
Craig Morgan, Jerrod Nie-
mann, The Diamonds, The
Gatlin Brothers and more.
She's performed at the largest
country music Jam in the
South, the Suwannee River
Jam at the SOSMP; participat-
ed in more than 50 talent con-
tests, has regular gigs in and
around Orange Park, won
multiple honors, holds numer-
ous talent titles, has sung the
National anthem at Jaguar Sta-
dium and contributes her time
to sing at many charitable
events. Oh, and that was all be-
fore she turned 18.
"I can't live without (my)
music," Nalani said of her love


of performing.
On Aug. 2 at the SOSMP,
Nalani succeeded last year's
WQHL North Florida winner
Rion Paige, her friend and fel-
low SOSMP regular artist who
became an X Factor contestant
Sept. 11, becoming an interna-
tional sensation instantly over
the Internet and in the media.
Now Nalani is following her
own path to success.
In 2008, Nalani, 13 at that
time, made it to state competi-
tion for the first time at the first
state Texaco contest held at the
SOSMP. Her performance was
flawless and the audience
loved her. But, another was
chosen that evening. Orlando's
Johnny Bulford took first place
that night and several months
later won the national compe-
tition. He's an award winning
song writer in Nashville now
whose song, "A Woman Like
You," hit number one this
year. Nalani hopes she, too,
will be right where her friend
Johnny Bulford is very soon. "I
think I am ready now for this,"
the talented Nalani said of the
upcoming competition and a
future in country music.


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Pictured from left are WQHL of Live Oak DJ and Showdown emcee Stevie D,
Nalani Quintello and Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park Marketing Director
Teena Peavey share Nalani's big moment of joy Sept. 14 at The Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park after Nalani was named the Florida state winner of the
2013 Texaco Country Showdown. Nalani proudly holds a $1,000 check she
received as the state winner. Photo: Courtesy of The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park.


Meanwhile, she is finishing
community college at St. Johns
River State College before
transferring to Belmont Uni-
versity in Nashville.
For reservations for RVs or
campers, to rent beautiful cab-
ins or primitive camping
spaces or for more info on the
SOSMP, please go to


www.musicliveshere.com,
e m a i 1
spirit@musicliveshere.com or
call the Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park (SOSMP) at 386-
364-1683.
The Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park is located at 3076
95th Drive, Live Oak.


X Factor contestant also a SOS Music Park winner


The 13-year-old is vying for a huge
career in music on the popular talent
show this season on Fox


Many Spirit of the Suwan-
nee Music Park (SOSMP) staff
and friends watched proudly
Sept. 11 as one of the SOSMP's
very own talents, Rion Paige
of Jacksonville, was not only
chosen by four X Factor
judges to compete in this sea-
son's X Factor talent show on
Fox Network, but was com-
pared to Carrie Underwood
by judge Simon Cowell.
Simon, the brains behind X
Factor and a judge on the pro-
gram, told Rion after hearing
her sing that he got the same
feeling as when he first met
Carrie Underwood. "I think
you're literally extraordinary.
I really do," Simon told a
beaming Rion. "I'm blown
away!" After Rion left the
stage, Simon told the other
three judges, "I would love to
work with her," something
Rion Paige fans across the na-
tion are hoping for.
Watching Simon and the
three other judges during
Rion's performance was akin
to watching an adult see their
first sunrise... they uttered
words of praise for the viva-
cious young talent and kept
looking at each other in awe as
if they could not believe what
they were hearing and seeing


as Rion delivered one of her
best songs, Carrie Under-
wood's "Blown Away!" Si-
mon, often poker-faced,
smiled during and after Rion's
p e r f o r m a n c e.
The three female judges,
Demi Lovato, Paulina Rubio
and Kelly Rowland, all ex-
pressed how much they liked
Rion's enthusiasm, musical
delivery and her positive atti-
tude in dealing with arthro-
gryposis multiplex congentia
(AMC, a disease found in
some newborns resulting in
decreased flexibility of the
joints) and near blindness in
her right eye. All four judges
stood up with the audience
before Rion completed her
song as thunderous applause,
cheering and many teary eyes
took place.
It seems Carrie Underwood
was also watching and posted
this: "@iheartcarrie: OMG!
THIS: http:// t.co/
byakZ8WKfj #AMAZING
@carrieunderwood Very cool!
What a beautiful young lady!
Sing it, Rion!" which Rion lat-
er re-posted on Facebook.
Rion, 13, has been perform-
ing at The SOSMP for more
than three years, entering var-
ious competitions and open-


ing for The Jamie Davis Band
a number of times at the
SOSMP and across Florida.
Rion won the 2012 WQHL
North Florida Texaco Country
Showdown at the SOSMP and
represented North Florida at
the state competition at the
SOSMP in 2012. She has also
competed for and won a per-
formance slot at the Suwannee
River Jam at the SOSMP. As a
competitor in many of the
SOSMP's competitions, this
beautiful young lady with a
magnificent voice and person-
ality has become not only a
crowd favorite whenever she
performs but a friend to oth-
ers she meets along her way to
music history.
John Kubicek, senior writer
for Buddy TV, said on his blog
after Rion's performance that
he was utterly impressed and
picked her as one of his three
favorites to go all the way. A
poll on his blog shows Rion
was the top vote getter of four
of Kubicek's picks from the
show with 65 percent voting
for Rion.
Facebook and emails lit up
during and after Rion's per-
formance as friends, family,
fans and those who had just
seen Rion for the first
time congratulated Rion and
posted photos of her taken
prior to her big moment on
national TV.
Rion has even attracted the


attention of the British with a
story on the Internet by the
Dailymail.com UK. Other
countries have followed suit.
And this is just the beginning
for Rion Paige as she travels
the road to fame and fortune!
Every entertainment online
and printed media seems to be
fascinated with Rion and her
outstanding voice. Now, it's
up to the fans to decide who
will win as the season contin-
ues. She needs your vote as
the show continues each
Wednesday and Thursday
evening on Fox.
The Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park is centrally located
at 3076 95th Drive 4.5 miles
north of Live Oak.


Suwannee Hulaween at SOS Music Park


announces Ultimate Incident VIP tickets


The String cheese Incident Suwan-
nee Hulaween set for The Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) in
Live Oak Oct. 31 Nov. 2 announces
Ultimate Incident VIP Packages.
Suwannee Hulaween has five Ulti-
mate Incident VIP options for fans to
maximize their Halloween weekend
(Oct. 31 Nov. 2) celebration with The
String Cheese Incident, STS9, Big Gi-
gantic, Emancipator, Conspirator,
Steve Kimock & Friends, Brock Butler,
Future Rock and more. VIP packages
offer indoor bathrooms and swag bags
to meals alongside Suwannee Hu-
laween staff and artists, cabins and ful-
ly stocked RVs. The five packages offer
something for every ghoul to enjoy the
music, community and dazzling Spirit
Lake Promenade.
Mummy, goblin and witch packages
are VERY limited in quantity so re-
quests for Ultimate Incident packages
MUST be placed through info@suwan-
neehulaween.com and will be sold on
a personal basis with a dedicated sales
representative, offering the utmost
VIP treatment to each customer.
Mummy VIP: $350 advance/ $450 gate
*lx VIP ticket (Thursday-Saturday)
*Discounted beverages including
beer and liquor drinks
*VIP indoor bathrooms
*Designated VIP viewing areas at
the main stage
*VIP camping area located near the


main stage
*VIP swag bag including Suwannee
Hulaween 2013 poster, t-shirt, lami-
nate & more!
*Complementary massages
*Complementary golf cart shuttle
service throughout the park at desig-
nated VIP stops
*Already a ticket holder? Upgrade to
Mummy VIP for only $161 by calling
(386) 364-1683.
Werewolf VIP: $450 advance/$550
gate
*lx VIP ticket (Thurs-Sat)
*6x catered meals including lunch &
dinner (Thurs-Sat) alongside your
beloved Suwannee Hulaween staff
and artists
*All Mummy VIP amenities
Already a ticket holder? Upgrade to
Werewolf VIP for only $261 by calling
(386) 364-1683.
Goblin VIP: $2,000 for 2 OR $2,500
for 4 (Very Limited Quantities)
*Includes 2-4 x VIP Tickets (Thurs-
Sat)
*6x catered meals including lunch &
dinner (Thurs-Sat) alongside your
beloved Suwannee Hulaween staff
and artists
*All Mummy VIP amenities
*Includes lx Room at The Holiday
Inn Express with choice of 1 King or 2
Queen sized beds
*Includes Free VIP Shuttle to and
from hotel


Witch VIP: $2,750 for 2 OR $3,250
for 4 (Very Limited Quantities)
*Includes 2-4 x VIP tickets (Thurs-
Sat)
*6x catered meals including lunch &
dinner (Thurs-Sat) alongside your
beloved Suwannee Hulaween staff
and artists
*All Mummy VIP amenities
*Includes lx RV already onsite and
ready
Zombie VIP: $3,000 for 2 -OR $3,500
for 4 (Very Limited Quantities)
*Includes 2-4 x VIP tickets (Thurs-
Sat)
*6 x catered meals including lunch &
dinner (Thurs-Sat) alongside your
beloved Suwannee Hulaween staff
and artists
*All Mummy VIP amenities
*Includes 1 x One Bedroom Cabin
with a pull out couch, kitchen, bath-
room, TV, AC/heat

All VIP meals will be catered by
Chef David Stroffolino, Keiser Univer-
sity Center Professor of Cuisine for
Culinary Arts and former owner of A
La Provence in Tallahassee, along with
his team.
VIP upgrades MUST be accompa-
nied by an existing ticket from the Ele-
vate or Front Gate site to be honored
or deemed valid for entry to Suwan-
nee Hulaween at the SOSMP over Hal-
loween weekend 2013. To upgrade to


VIP, call (386) 364-1683. For tickets and
more information please visit the new
Hulaween website, www.suwannee-
hulaween.com.
Suwannee Hulaween Lineup in-
cludes The String Cheese Incident (3
nights), STS9 (late night), Big Gigantic
(late night), Emancipator, Conspirator,
Steve Kimock & Friends, Suwannee
Bluegrass Surprise, Brock Butler, Fu-
ture Rock, Moon Taxi, Van Ghost, Jen-
nifer Hartswick and Applebutter Ex-
press.
Suwannee Hulaween Links:
www.suwan n e e hulaween.com;
www.facebook.com/suwanneehu-
laween;
Twitter + Instagram: @HulaweenFL
(# Hulawe e nFL);
www.youtube.com/HulaweenFL
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
Links: www.facebook.com/musi-
c 1 i v e s h e r e ;
www.MusicLivesHere.com; Twitter:
@SOSMP (#Suwannee)
For more information, contact Des-
tiny Spang at Brotherly Love Produc-
tions at 215-704-9554
For reservations for RVs, campers, to
rent beautiful cabins or primitive
camping spaces or for more info on the
SOSMP or this event, please go to
www.musicliveshere.com, email spir-
it@musicliveshere.com or call the Spir-
it of the Suwannee Music Park
(SOSMP) at 386-364-1683.


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2013


THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


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Greene Earns DEP Licenses A


White Springs Public Utility Operator Andrew
Greene was presented with a recognition plaque by
Town Manager Bob Farley at the Sept. 10 town coun-
cil meeting for successfully obtaining Class C Oper-
ator licenses for both water and wastewater treat-
ment plants.
"I am very impressed with Andrew's dedication
and commitment, his work ethic, and his ability to
juggle competing priorities, including the time he
has devoted to studying the water and wastewater
principles needed to pass the state exams," stated
Farley.
The licenses are issued by the Florida Department
of Environmental Protection, after an applicant pass-
es state recognized correspondence courses in water
and wastewater, and has worked for 2,080 hours un-
der a certified operator.
Greene's mentor since April 2012 has been Harry
Davis, City of Jasper.
"I am very appreciative of Harry's knowledge,
guidance and accessibility during these past 18
months," said Greene. "Harry has gone out of his
way to ensure that our water and wastewater plants
were operating under DEP guidelines, and I will al-


The Suwannee River Water Management District
(District) paid $342,908.93 to 11 counties for Payment
in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) for Fiscal Year 2012-13. When
District staff presented the checks to the counties re-
cently, they also provided information on District ac-
tivities relevant to the region, such as the develop-
ment of the Lower Santa Fe River, Ichetucknee Riv-
er, and Priority Springs minimum flows and levels
(MFLs).
The PILT program was created by the Florida Leg-
islature to help reduce the fiscal impact to rural
counties when the State or District acquires lands.
Since land owned by the District is tax-exempt, PILT
funds offset the loss of tax revenue when the District
purchases property for flood control, water quality,
water supply and natural resource protection.
The District's PILT funding comes from the Legis-
lature. Only through Legislative funding is the Dis-
trict able to provide PILT to its rural counties.
The District will pay PILT funds to counties until
their populations reach 150,000.

The following are totals that each county received:

Bradford: $15,093.45
Columbia: $38,902.02
Dixie: $21,647.39
Gilchrist: $44,392.72


ways be grateful for his help."
Greene and the town of White Springs have also
benefitted during this transition period from the
Florida Rural Water Association (FRWA), the City of
Lake City, and Florida Fill & Grade. FRWA made
multiple site visits and offered excellent training op-
portunities; Lake City personnel assisted during
emergencies; and, Florida Fill & Grade responded
quickly when called.
When Greene assumed his public utility role last
year he found a number of problems that needed to
be addressed. Since that time, lift stations have been
repaired. Each lift station is now checked daily, with
log entries recorded to ensure that all systems are
working properly.
The flow chart meter, pumps and electrical parts
have been replaced at the wastewater plant. Many
of the problems were caused by multiple lighting
strikes. Greene has been working with Duke Energy
to correct the deficiency that increased the likelihood
of damage from lightning strikes. The sludge drying
beds were also cleaned out. Greene states that no
record was found that this task had ever been done
before his tenure.


Hamilton: $37,752.42
Jefferson: $9,163.41
Lafayette: $76,959.95
Levy: $30,401.84
Madison: $20,464.85
Suwannee: $30,429.59
Taylor: $17,701.29


Test Dates
CJBAT tests
Monday Thursday
Monday Thursday at 5 p.m. (by appoint-
ment): CJBAT (Criminal Justice Basic Abilities
Test) at NFCC Testing Center (Bldg. #16), Madi-
son. CJBAT is required for acceptance into Cor-
rections & Law Enforcement programs. Photo ID
required. Pre-registration & scheduling time and
date are required. To register please call 850-973-
9451.

College Placement Tests
Monday Thursday at 5 p.m. (by appointment):
College Placement Test (CPT), NFCC Testing
Center (Bldg. #16), 5 p.m., Madison. Register in
NFCC Student Services 24 hours before test. For
information please call 850-973-9451.


Andrew Greene(left) receives recognition from Town Manager
Bob Farley. Courtesy photo:

One high service pump has been repaired at the
water plant, along with replacement of electrical
parts on both wells. Tubing for the chlorine system
has been replaced. Greene is also in the process of
obtaining a 5-year contract to have the water tower
cleaned and painted. Paint has also been purchased
to re-paint all of the exposed piping at the water
plant.
"White Springs has received one state inspection
at both the water and wastewater plants with no sig-
nificant or critical findings," noted Mayor Helen
Miller. "We credit both Mr. Greene and Mr. Davis
for the good reports."
The large number of "catch-up" projects needed at
both the water and wastewater plants has exceeded
the funding allocated in the current year's town bud-
get. The 2013-14 budget will require increases, espe-
cially for the wastewater plant, to ensure that rev-
enues are adequate to cover the required repairs and
maintenance.
Mayor Miller, Vice Mayor Walter McKenzie, coun-
cil members Tonja Brown, Richard Marshall and
Rhett Bullard added their congratulations to Mr.
Greene for his outstanding service to White Springs
residents.
In addition to his regular duties, Greene con-
tributes to the safety of White Springs residents and
visitors in many ways. He is certified in CPR and is
a first responder. He has been a volunteer firefighter
since 2005, certified in wild land firefighting, and
has obtained training in national incident manage-
ment systems.



Rural Folklife Days

coming Oct. 30-Nov. 1
By Joyce Marie Taylor hear storytelling, quilt
Come experience old on a frame, assist a
Florida traditions at blacksmith, learn about
Stephen Foster Folk Cul- lye soap, watch demon-
ture Center State Park at stations of old-fash-
the annual Rural Folk ioned cane grinding, and
Life Days on Oct. 30- learn how to fish.
Nov. 1. Rural Folklife Days is
As in years past, Rural a long-standing tradition
Folklife Days at the park at the park and for
will feature demonstra- decades students have
tors who will be show- participated in field trips
casing Florida traditions to Stephen Foster Park to
of yesterday and today experience this
during a three-day event event. Schools are en-
to celebrate the region's courage to attend and
rural past with hands-on don't forget to pre-regis-
learning activities, ter.
There is much to expe- Everyone is wel-
rience. Visitors can taste come. Admission is $5
jellies and sugar cane, per person. For more in-
play traditional games, formation, please call
churn butter, sing songs, toll free 1-877-635-3655.


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* Heart Disease
* Lung Disease
* Gastrointestinal
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* Arthritis
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* Optifast Weight Loss System
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SRWMD distributes more than $340,000

in PILT funds to counties this year


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CHE Math strtF ~'
Central Hamilton Elementary is off to a great start.
Working with math manipulatives is a great way to
learn and a lot of fun for our students!


Mrs. Lambert's 2nd grade class gets into math.


I nese 2na graae siuaenis are learning main manipulatlves.


ams 1st grade class learns about numbers.


Don't fall asleep at the wheel


1st graders in Mrs. Williams class get down to the business of
math.


~ Drowsy driving is dangerous
driving-
Have you ever pulled an "all-
nighter" cramming for a test, had
a neighbor's barking dog keep
you up all night or pulled a dou-
ble shift at work? Each of us has
likely encountered situations sim-
ilar to these and found it difficult
to stay awake the next day. Get-
ting behind the wheel of a vehicle
while fatigued and drowsy can
have dangerous, and sometimes
deadly, consequences.
According to the National
Highway Transportation Safety
Administration, each year drowsy
driving crashes result in at least
1,500 deaths and 71,000 injuries.
Similar to drunk and drugged dri-
ving, sleep loss or fatigue slows
reaction time, makes drivers less
attentive and impairs decision-
making skills.


The Florida Legislature desig-
nated the first week of September
each year as Drowsy Driving Pre-
vention Week to educate the pub-
lic on the dangers of driving while
drowsy and to honor the memory
of 8-year-old Ronshay Dugans.
Ronshay was killed in 2008 when
her school bus was hit by a driver
who fell asleep at the wheel.
"A drowsy driver can be as dan-
gerous on the road as a drunk dri-
ver," said Department of High-
way Safety and Motor Vehicles
Director Julie L. Jones. "Before
getting behind the wheel of a ve-
hicle, be sure you are well rested
or have another licensed driver
with you who can take over if you
become too tired to drive safely."
Florida Department of Trans-
portation Secretary Ananth
Prasad said, "Keeping motorist
safe on our roadways is our top


priority at the Florida Department
of Transportation. We encourage
drivers to be fully alert and never
drive drowsy."
For more information, includ-
ing warning signs that a driver
needs to pull over and rest, visit
http: / / drowsydriving.org.
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The Department is leading the
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INJURY PREVENTION TIPS FOR

SCHOOL-AGED ATHLETES


The dawn of a new school year is an exciting for
school-aged youngsters. Though many kids may
not look forward to homework or getting up early,
a new school year is often exciting for young
athletes who long to get back on the playing fields
and compete with their teammates.
As valuable and exciting as participating in team
sports can be, they can just as easily prove
dangerous for athletes who aren't prepared for the
rigors of physical activity. A summer spent
lounging poolside might be just what kids need
after a long school year, but that relaxation can
put youngsters in jeopardy of suffering an injury
when they return to team sports in the fall. Many
a young athlete has pulled a hamstring or suffered
a shin splint when returning to athletic
competition after a long layoff. But such injuries
are largely preventable, and the following tips can
help school-aged athletes ensure their return to
competition is as painless as it is pleasurable.
* Condition your muscles in the weeks heading up
to tryouts or the start of the school year. Many fall
sports feature tryouts near the end of summer or at
the very beginning of the school year. That means
athletes must start conditioning their muscles
early. Discuss with your parents, coaches and
physicians which muscles you will be working
when playing a particular sport. Adults should
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be worn when exercising and preparing for the
coming sports season. Athletic shoes specific to
your sport are made to provide the support you
will need as you train and compete. The same
goes for the clothing you should wear when
getting ready for the season. Wear the appropriate
athletic attire to reduce your risk of injury.
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parents. Many athletes begin weight training for
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chance their classmates and teammates may be
developing more quickly than they are. These
classmates may be more capable of performing
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teammate might be able to lift more weight than
you. Do not try to match your fellow athletes if
your body is uncomfortable performing a certain
exercise. If you must endure substantial pain to
perform a given exercise, then your body is likely
telling you it simply isn't ready for that exercise.
Don't force the body to do something just to keep
up with your teammates.
* Take a break. Even if you rested for most of
summer, you still will need to rest when you begin
getting ready for the upcoming athletic season.
Take at least one day off per week to allow your
body to recover and recharge. Your body needs
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2013


Author Sudye Cauthen coming

to Live Oak Library today


By Joyce Marie Taylor

Local author Sudye
Cauthen will be the
guest of honor at the
Live Oak Public Library
at 6 p.m. on Thursday,
Sept. 26 to offer a read-
ing of some of her
works, "Maggie Rider",
Southern Comforts" and
her next book, "All the
Pretty Cattle".
Cauthen, who first
started writing for the
High Springs Herald in
1960, has collected oral
histories of North Flori-
da spanning 30 years
and has published fic-
tion, nonfiction and po-
etry based on them.
Her first book, "South-
ern Comforts: Rooted in
a Florida Place", has ap-
peared each year since
its publication in 2007 on
the Florida Department
of Education's suggested
summer reading list.
Cauthen is a fifth-gen-
eration Floridian from
Alachua County and she
founded the North Flori-
da Center for Documen-
tary Studies in 1997 after


Sudye Cauthen Courtesy photo:

completing an MA in
Southern Studies at the
University of Mississippi
Center for the Study of
Southern Culture. She
has taught writing in po-
etry and fiction at the
University of Central
Florida, Florida State
University and commu-
nity colleges near her
home on the Suwannee
River at White Springs.
Her writing awards in-
clude two State of Flori-
da Individual Artist Fel-
lowships in literature
and a Glimmer Train
award for fiction. Her
poetry, fiction, and non-


fiction have appeared in
many publications, in-
cluding the Chatta-
hoochee Review, Florida
Review, International
Quarterly, Kalliope, the
Old Florida Journal, and
the New Encyclopedia
of Southern Culture.
Cauthen is currently
working on completing
"All The Pretty Cattle", a
memoir, as well as a doc-
umentary incorporating
oral histories, interviews
and the North Florida
writings of Arthur
Spencer, Jr., James Ab-
bot, and Guy Miles.


State Attorney's Office


volunteer recruitment


The Third Circuit State Attorney's
Office Victim Service's Volunteer and
Student Internship Program is de-
signed to allow individuals an oppor-
tunity to become actively involved in
their Judicial Branch of government.
Volunteering at the State Attorney's
Office offers a wide variety of learning
experiences and contribution opportu-
nities to make a difference in your
community.
The Victim Services program will re-
cruit, train and place volunteers and
interns in positions to work side-by-
side with victims, State Attorney's Of-
fice staff and other law enforcement
and social service agencies. Available
Volunteer and Student Internship


Roles are Court Volunteer, Staff Vol-
unteer and Community/Special Event
Volunteer.
The State Attorney's main office is
located in Live Oak and the satellite of-
fices are located in Lake City, Perry,
and Cross City. Volunteer and intern-
ship opportunities are available in all
offices.
IF you are interested in becoming a
volunteer or student intern, please
contact Fabray Smith-Wiggins, victim-
witness administrator at 386-362-2320
for further information. You may also
log onto our website at www.stateat-
torneythird.org to download an appli-
cation.


AGENDA
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
Room 112 Courthouse 207 Northeast First Street
Jasper, Florida
MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 1, 2013
THE AGENDA ITEMS LISTED BY NUMBER WILL BE TAKEN IN ORDER FROM
THE BEGINNING OF THE MEETING REGARDLESS OF TIME. HOWEVER, THE
TIME CERTAIN ITEMS LISTED WITH SPECIFIC TIMES WILL COMMENCE AT
THE SPECIFIED TIME.
LISTED ITEMS
1) COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC UNAGENDAED APPEARANCES (*)
2) CONSENT AGENDA APPROVAL
3) DISCUSSION OF RURAL HEALTH CLINIC
4) VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK-STATUS REPORT
5)
6) APPROVE BILLS
7) CORRESPONDENCE AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
8) ADJOURN

TIME CERTAIN ITEMS
9:00 A.M. CALL TO ORDER INVOCATION PLEDGE
ALLEGIANCE TO TEE FLAG
9:05 A.M. PRESENTATION OF FARM FAMILY OF THE YEAR
COUNTY AGENT GREG HICKS
9:10 A.M. COUNTY ROAD PROJECTS STATUS REPORT
9:10 A.M. SHIP PROGRAM STATUS REPORT
THIS AGENDA MAY NOT CONTAIN ALL MATTERS BEFORE THE BOARD. A
COMPLETE COPY OF THE AGENDA MAY BE OBTAINED AFTER 1:00 P.M ON
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 FROM THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF
CIRCUIT COURT, COURTHOUSE, JASPER, FLORIDA.
Persons appearing before the Board are requested, if possible, to
submit in writing the subject matter of their appearance before the
Board not later than Tuesday prior to the Board Meeting the
following Tuesday.
(*) NOTICE: Persons appearing before the Hamilton County Board of
County Commissioners, not having given notice in time to be
included and shown on the Agenda, and desiring to make a
presentation, will be limited to five (5) minutes, in the interest
of meeting time. The Board of County Commissioners will hear and
listen to persons appearing whose subject has not been shown on the
agenda; however, action by the Board on any such matter can only be
taken upon determination of an emergency situation. Any
identifiable group of three (3) persons or more shall be limited to
a total of ten (10) minutes per topic.
In accordance with Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, notice is
given that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the
Board, agency or commission, with respect to proceedings and that,
for such purpose, he/she will need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made, which record includes testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is based.
NOTIFICATION: IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION FOR
ATTENDANCE AT THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT, ROOM 106, 207 NORTHEAST FIRST STREET, JASPER, FLORIDA,
TELEPHONE (386) 792-1288, NOT LATER THAN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO THE
PROCEEDINGS. IF HEARING IMPAIRED, TDD (386) 792-0857.
NEXT REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2013
AT 6:00 P.M.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
HAMILTON COUNTY. FLORIDA
CONSENT AGENDA
October 1, 2013
1) MINUTES APPROVE:
A) August 6, 2013 Regular Meeting
B) August 20, 2013 Regular Meeting
2) APPROVE REQUEST OF AN ADVANCE OF THREE (3) MONTHS SALARY
AND TAX COMMISSION FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014 FOR TAX
COLLECTOR MARY SUE ADAMS. THE AMOUNT OF THE REQUEST IS $54,425.00.
3) SUWANNEE RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT MONTHLY HYDROLOGICAL CONDITIONS
REPORT FOR AUGUST 2013 FILE.
4) APPROVE AND EXECUTE THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION SMALL COUNTY OUTREACH PROGRAM AGREEMENT FOR THE WIDENING AND
RESURFACING OF CR 143 FROM CR 141 TO CR 6, AS WELL AS A REQUIRED RESOLUTION
FOR SHAME.


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nished. Call 386-623-6129


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top dollar for your classic
car at Lake Mirror Classic
Auto Auction in
Lakeland, Fl on October
19th! Call 1-800-257-
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Help Wanted


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drive for US Xpress! Earn
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experience needed! Local
CDL Traning. Job ready in
15 days! (888)368-1964


Experienced OTR
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50 up to 55 cpm
loaded. $1000 sign on to
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most weekends. Call:
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EOE


CRST offers the Best
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Help Wanted

BOOKKEEPING
need one person who can do
AP/AR plus inventory control
for returns and credits person
must be able to understand ba-
sic accounting principles for in-
ventory and AP/AR must be
able to learn UNIX base oper-
ating system Apply in Person
at 3631 US Hwy 90 east Lake
City FL or email resume to
guy@qiagroup.com

CNC PROGRAMMER
Hiring a machinist who is famil-
iar with G code, Master Cam,
and ACAD position is to super-
vise 3-5 machinist and make
programs and be responsible
for production schedules as
well run machines as needed,
shop has 3CNC lathes, 2CNC
mills, 2 manual lathes,3 manu-
al drill presses 2 broach ma-
chines. Apply in Person at
3631 US Hwy 90 east Lake
City FL or email resume to
guy@qiagroup.com


FULL TIME COOK II
Jasper ($8.42 per hr)
Two years experience
cooking in a commercial
kitchen, preferred.
Requirements:
HS Diploma/GED, current
First Aid/CPR, dependable
transportation
INFANT/TODDLER
TEACHER FULL TIME
Live Oak (8.71 per hr)
3 yrs infants & toddlers exp
preferred
Requirements:
FCCPC, CDA or equivalent
Professional Child Care
Credential
Excellent Benefits, Paid
Holidays, Sick/Annual
Leave, Health/Dental
Apply at:
719 6th Street, Live Oak
6211 NWUS41 Hwy, Jasper
236 SW Columbia Ave., Lake
City
OR
E-mail / fax resume to:
employment@sv4cs.org
Fax (386) 754-2220
Call 754-2222
EOE


Business Opportunities
BEEF JERKY ROUTE
OLD TRAPPER
needs Distributor to service Con-
venient Stores. 200+ store ac-
counts. Call 512-789-3285

Lost & Found
FOUND DOG: In the CR
141/Withlacoochie River area in
Hamilton County. Male puppy ap-
prx 6 mos old, black with some
white. Possibly Lab/Great Dane
mix. Very friendly, loving. Call
386-292-0358 and leave a mes-
sage.

LOST DOG: Black Lab, 7 years
old, neutered, wearing orange
collar Missing since 8/23/13,
last seen at 6912 264th St, Bran-
ford, FL. Call Lauri at 386-243-
1995 or 386-935-2320.

Special Notices
Looking for family history on
Daniel Harrell & George W. Har-
rell family from Hamilton County,
Florida. Dating back to the late
1800s. Send e-mail to
meesel1@centurylink.net.

Educational
Start your career in Health
Care. BECOME A CNA! Quest
Training offers a professional,
40hr., nurse taught, prep class.
No GED required if age 18. High
pass rates on state test. Day and
evening classes. 386-362-1065

Misc. Merchandise
FOR SALE: 20.3 c ft upright Fri-
gidaire Freezer $250. 2 Lazy Boy
Recliners $125 ea. Muffler &
tailpipe 5.3 engine year 2001-06
$75. Call 386-208-4276, 386-
362-1026.

FOR SALE: Two propane gas
(100 #) cylinders each with 23.6
gal propane gas. $75.00 each or
$125.00 for both. Call 386-938-
4394, leave clear msg & ph #.

FREE TO
CHURCH/SCHOOL/DAYCARE:
Swimming/wading pool w/pump
& filter. 12" diameter X 30" tall.
New this season-no leaks.
Call 386-842-2006.


Payment or Credit Check.
Great Pay. Class-A CDL
required. Owner
Operators Welcome! Call:
866-390-0117


Miscellaneous


AIRLINE CAREERS begin
here- Get FAA approved
Aviation Maintenance
Technician training.
Housing and Financial
aid for qualified
students. Job placement
assistance. Call AIM 866-
314-3769


Real Estate/ Land for
Sale


Blue Ridge Mountain
Land Liquidation!1.37
acres, national forest
access, only $9,800. Was
$74,900. Hardwood
setting, breathtaking
mountain/ valley views.
Mild climate,
Tremendous 4
season recreation. Paved
rds, UG utilities, water.
Excellent financing Call
1-866-952-5303,
x21


UNRESTRICTED
ACREAGE ON
CUMBERLAND
PLATEAU! 50-89
Acres Starting at
$78,000. Heavily
Wooded, Minutes
from 4 State Parks &
TN River. Call 877-
282-4409


Real Estate/ Lots &
Acreage


Misc. Merchandise





KITCHEN
APPLIANCES
GE Refrigerator-Black,
side by side 26 cu. ft., ice
maker with filter.
GE Smooth Top 5 burner
Stove -Black, range, warm-
ing burner, self cleaning.
GE Dishwasher-Black,
space saver, nautilus, 2
racks, extra clean.
GE Microwave, Black, 1.7
cu. ft.
Call 407-766-7515
for more details
prices negotiable
All appliances were
gently used and in
almost new condition

Wanted to Buy
WANTED: WHOLE JUNK CARS
$300 & UP/EA. NO TITLE
NEEDED. FREE PICK UP.
386-878-9260 OR 386-752-3648
WANTED: 2 acres, wooded land
in Suwannee County, FL. Some
swamp if will help price. Also,
cash if right price. Land-owners,
only, call 386-208-0898

Garage/Yard Sales
American Legion Post: Five
miles from Live Oak, South Hwy
129. Left @ 142nd St, look for
signs. Sat, Oct 5, 8am-4pm.
MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE.
Dunkin booth, lunch, local
vendors.
Hildreth, 8 mi E of Branford.
Follow signs. Sept 28, 7am-2pm.
YARD SALE. Office furn, house-
hold items, collectibles, fabric &
lots more

Campers/RV/Sales
FOR SALE: 2000 WINNEBAGO
Journey Diesel Class A Mo-
torhome. Asking $85,000.00.
Please call 386-688-2165.


Bank Approved Sale.
Smith Lake Alabama.
Deep Dockable Home
Sites from $59,900 (Take
Virtual Tour @
LiveLakefront.com). 26
Prime Lake front lots
ordered sold October
12th. Buy at pennies on
the dollar all must go!
Open or wooded level
throughout to the water's
edge. Make an early
appointment. Bank's loss
Your gain! Don't miss
this. It's unbelievable
land at an unbelievable
price Call now for early
appointment! 1-877-
448-6816.


Schools & Instruction


Heavy Equipment
Operator
Training! Bulldozers,
Backhoes, Excavators. 3
Weeks Hands On
Program. Local Job
Placement Assistance.
National Certifications. GI
Bill Benefits Eligible. 1-
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Campers/RV/Sales









2002 36' Holiday Rambler Pres-
idential. Three slide outs! Great
shape! Beautiful camper! Ford
XLT 350 dually, 1999, 7.3 diesel.
146K original miles, loaded, great
shape. Must see to appreciate!
Call 386-842-5494 Live Oak, Fl.

WE BUY
USED RV'S!
CALL 229-740-0375


Apartments for Rent
APARTMENTS TO RENT
IN LIVE OAK, FL.
MOBILE HOMES AVAILABLE
FOR RENT
N FORT WHITE AND WHITE
SPRINGS
Call 386-362-9806
or 386-623-3404.

FIRST MONTH DISCOUNTED! 1
& 2 BD Apts in Live Oak, FL. Re-
modeled w/new appliances. No
credit check. Call 386-364-1140.
FirstDay
NEWLY RENOVATED
HORIZON VILLAS
1, 2, 3 & 4 Bedroom Apartments
with granite countertops, stain-
less steel appliances, new tile
resh paint. 561-998-7855

Rooms for Rent
Country living efficiency, fur-
nished, full bath. Newly painted.
Includes, elec, dish TV. Separ-
ate entrance. 8 mi from Live Oak,
FL. Close to 1-10 & US 90. Avail
10/1. $400/mo & $200 sec dep.
386-208-9660.

Houses for Rent
Rural beauty & privacy near 1-10
& US 90 NW of Live Oak, FL.
3Bd/1.3Ba. $775/mo. Optional
pasture available. 626-512-5374

Rural beauty & privacy near 1-10
& US 90 NW of Live Oak, FL.
3Bd/1.3Ba. $775/mo. Optional
pasture available. Call 626-512-
5374.

Three Bd/Two Ba, on 1 fenced
ac. in Live Oak, FL. CH&A, dbl
carport, covered outbuilding for
rec & storage shed. $1,050/mo +
1st, last & $2,000 sec dep. Call
904-465-0511.

Two Bd/1Ba home w/lg LR,
screened front porch, in Jasper,
FL. NO PETS. $450/mo + $450
sec dep. Call 386-792-3214

Mobile Homes for Rent
Available now: Remod, clean,
3/2 DWMH, CH&A, $600/mo +
dep. 12 mi NW of Live Oak, FL
near CR 249 & 16th St.904-261
5034

One 2Bd/1Ba $350/mo.
& One 3Bd/2Ba $385/mo
Both in Mayo, FL.
Call 386-294-2070.




You can Reach
Over 4 Million
Potential Buyers
for your product
through our Internet
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and throughout
the Nation.
Call Treena at

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784079


Vacation Rentals
Horseshoe Beach, FL: Gulf-
front house w/dock & deck. Scal-
loping, fishing, crabbing,etc.
Family fun. $395/wknd, $895/wk.
386-235-3633, 352-498-5986


Homes for Sale

In downtown Live Oak, FL.
3Bd/2Ba on double lot w/pecan
trees and grapevine, dbl-car gar-
age. On high ground. $150,000.
Call 386-397-0602.


Mobile Homes for Sale

DWMH 48'X24'
3Bd/2Ba on 7.3 ac. High & Dry,
4" submersible well & power.
Between Peacock Springs &
Royal Springs, SWSuwannee
County, FL. $30,000.
Owner-financed.
Call 352-498-3881.


Acreage/Land/Lots Sale

FOUR ACRES
O'BRIEN/McALPIN AREA
Beautiful Secluded Country Set-
ting. High & Dry. Owner Finan-
cing NO DOWN $29,900
$307/mo 352-215-1018
www.LandOwnerFinancing.com


Lots on the Santa Fe & Suwan-
nee Rivers in Hamilton County,
FL. On high ground (100' or >
above sea level) Survivalist-
ready. Call 386-397-0602 for
more information.


ONE ACRE PAVED
ROAD FRONTAGE
Beautifully Wooded, Owner Fin-
ance, No Down. $14,900. Only
$153/mo 352-215-1018
www.LandOwnerFinancing.com

Trucks for Sale





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Ford XLT 350 dually, 1999, 7.3
diesel. 146K original miles,
loaded, great shape. Must see to
appreciate! 2002 36' Holiday
Rambler Presidential. Three
slide outs! Great shape! Beauti-
ful camper! Call 386-842-5494
Live Oak, Fl.

Motorcycles/ATV/Golf Cart

FOR SALE
1997 KAWASAKI VULCAN 800
a -.'.-m


BiKe is a great riae. ilenty of
power with lots of style. Mustang
seat, Vance Hines pipes, sissy
bar, crash bar, running lights, Co-
bra floor boards, new battery &
luggage rack. Pirelli tires are in
good condition. Bike has skull
design throughout.
BIKE RUNS GREAT!
REDUCED-Asking $2,500.
Call or text 386-249-9432


Home Inspections
S4pt Insurance Inspections
Wind Mitigation
Call
Paul Dial
C.R.P.I.
386-364-4434 or
386-590-6534
suwanneevalleyinspections.com
Certified
State of FL License #HI11804 784025


S-FOR RENT-I


GREAT RATES FOR NICE LOOKING
RENTALS STARTING AT $300 PER MONTH
FOR SINGLEWIDES AND $450 PER MONTH
FOR DOUBLEWIDES. WATER, SEWER,
AND GARBAGE INCLUDED. NO PETS.
386-330-2567 784075


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of the American College of Dentists
this past April. The induction into the
Fellowship was held in San Francisco,
Calif. on Oct. 18, 2012.
The American College of Dentists is
the oldest major honor organization
for dentists, founded in 1920. Accord-
ing to their website, "Its members
have exemplified excellence through
outstanding leadership and exception-
al contributions to dentistry and soci-
ety."
The college was established "to ele-
vate the standards, to encourage grad-
uate study, and to grant Fellowship to
those who have done meritorious
work. The American College of Den-
tists is nonprofit, apolitical, and has
long been regarded as the 'conscience
of dentistry'".
The honor has been bestowed on
only about 7,000 current members, or
3.5 percent of the dental profession. It
is a confidential nomination process in
which the nominee does not know he
or she has been nominated until after
selection. The nominee must be pre-
sented by two current Fellows. Dr.
Norris was pleased to be nominated
by Dr. George Starks of Winter
Springs, Fla. and Dr. Bruce Gordy of
Orlando, Fla., both of whom he highly
respects in the dental profession.
Dr. Norris stated the one regret he
had about the award is that his father,
Dr. Wade B. Norris, Sr., who also was
a dentist, was not alive to see him re-
ceive the award.
Norris said, "Dr. Wade should have
received this award before me because
he was the most ethical man of integri-
ty I have ever known. He laid the
foundation, along with my mother Lil-
lian, for me to always do my best and
to constantly strive to be the best that I
could be, both professionally and per-
sonally, and to do it with integrity."
Dr. Norris would also like to thank
his wife, Leigh Ann, and children Trey


and Kaleigh, for all of their support
through the years. There were times
when he would have much rather
spent with his family, but due to his
profession he was not able to be there
for them.
Since none of his family had ever
been to San Francisco before it was de-
cided to make a family vacation out of
the trip as well.
"We arrived there on Tuesday, Oct
16, 2012," said Norris. "Wednesday
morning we rode the cable car down
to Fisherman's Wharf and visited the
Pier 39 Seal Lions. A favorite of every-
one was the famous Ghirardelli
Square, where the great chocolate
company was founded."
Lunch was at a restaurant in China-
town and that afternoon Norris went
to continuing education courses and
attended college regional meetings.
The family met up for supper at an
Italian restaurant. One of the courses
was a motivational speech by John
Naber, five-time Olympic medalist
and former world record holder. He
spoke on setting small goals to achieve
larger goals.
The next day Norris attended a talk
by Joel Barker, a futurist who present-
ed an interesting talk on things being
developed for the future. The rest of
the family went to other local areas of
interest in San Francisco.

That afternoon was the actual con-
vocation at Union Square Hilton in
San Francisco. Men's Wearhouse Pres-
ident and CEO George Zimmer gave
the commencement speech. He is fa-
mous for stating in their commercials,
"You're going to like it. I guarantee it."
An interesting thing that happened
is that Norris's roommate of four years
while at the University of Florida Col-
lege of Dentistry, Dr. Howard Fetner
of Jacksonville, was also inducted. He
was nominated by two separate den-
tists and they were both inducted 26
years after graduation. The families
enjoyed visiting with each other, espe-


cially at the Black Tie formal Ball that
evening.
The next day the Norris family rode
the trolley cars down to the Wharf
again and then walked down Lom-
bard Street, the "Crookedest Street in
the World" and then walked to the
Golden Gate Bridge. They took many
pictures and walked across the bridge
and back that day. They all agreed this
was the highlight of the trip.
They returned to the hotel where
Norris's cousin John Norris picked
them up. He took them out to see Can-
dlestick Park. John and his family live
about an hour north of San Francisco
in Petaluma.
Friday evening after checking into a
cabin, the Norris family was able to
visit with John's family. Some mem-
bers of the families had never met each
other or had not seen each other in
over 30 years.
On Saturday morning John took the
family on a personal tour. They went
to Armstrong Woods to see the Giant
Redwoods and all agreed it was amaz-
ing to see trees that were well over a
1,000 years old and some as tall as a
football field. It was also a favorite part
of the trip.
On the way home they toured the
Korbel Champagne vineyards and
olive press. In the afternoon they visit-
ed 3 different wineries, Jacuzzi and


Kline in Sonoma, and Sebastiani in
Napa Valley. Leigh Ann and Ben sam-
pled some of the options there. That
night the Norris family, John, and
John's son Kevin had a wonderful
meal at the resort where Kevin's wife
Lori is the special events coordinator.
After a party that evening Lori let
Kaleigh and Trey drink chocolate
through a straw straight out of a
chocolate fountain. This was pretty
much the highlight of their trip.
Sunday the Norris family went into
San Francisco for an interesting and in-
formative trip to Alcatraz and visiting
some more sites near the wharf. John
met them there that afternoon, and
having picked up their luggage earlier
that day, took them to a motel closer to
the airport for their early flight on
Monday morning. They arrived back
in Jasper around 6 p.m. Monday
evening. They were all tired, but
agreed it was their best family vaca-
tion ever.
Dr. Norris said, "It was great to see
things you had never and would prob-
ably never get to see again in your life-
time. To be able to combine the privi-
lege of receiving this honor, visiting
such a neat place, and being able to
visit family that you rarely if ever get
to see, made this a very special time
for the family.


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6 8 = B C > 5 ; > F D ? F 0 A 3 C 7 A > D 6 7 0 B 8 = : 7 > ; 4 7 4 B 0 8 3 8 C 8 B 2 0 ; ; 4 3 0 B ? A 8 = 6 t + 7 0 = : B C > 6 4 = 4 A > D B A 0 8 = 5 0 ; ; 0 < > D = C B 8 = 4 > A 6 8 0 > E 4 A C 7 4 ; 0 B C 5 4 F < > = C 7 B > = $ > = 3 0 H 4 ? C t r 7 8 C 4 D ; ? 7 D A ? A 8 = 6 B F 0 B 8 = 8 C B 6 ; > A H 0 6 0 8 = ? D < ? 8 = 6 F 0 C 4 A D ? 5 A > < C 7 4 B ? A 8 = 6 0 = 3 > D C 8 = C > C 7 4 D F 0 = = 4 4 ) 8 E 4 A 5 8 ; ; 8 = 6 C 7 4 0 8 A F 8 C 7 C 7 4 ; > E 4 ; H 0 A > < 0 > 5 B D ; b ? 7 D A t & ; D 4 8 = : 8 B ; > 2 0 C 4 3 > = D F 0 = = 4 4 ) 8 E 4 A 0 C 4 A $ 0 = 0 6 4 < 4 = C ; 0 = 3 > 5 5 ) f = 4 0 A C 7 4 b 8 = b C 4 A 2 7 0 = 6 4 8 = 7 8 C 4 ? A 8 = 6 B t 5 H > D C A 0 E 4 ; 3 > F = % r C 7 ) > 0 3 5 > A 0 2 > D ? ; 4 > 5 < 8 ; 4 B H > D F 8 ; ; A D = 3 4 0 3 8 = C > 8 C t + 7 4 ; 0 = 3 B 2 0 ? 4 8 B E 4 A H ? A 8 < 8 b C 8 E 4 4 G 2 4 ? C 5 > A 0 F > > 3 4 = 1 > 0 A 3 F 0 ; : > = > = 4 B 8 3 4 > 5 0 ; 0 A 6 4 E 4 A H 3 4 4 ? B 8 = : 7 > ; 4 t + 7 4 A D B C 8 2 = 0 C b D A 0 ; 0 C < > B ? 7 4 A 4 0 A > D = 3 C 7 4 0 A 4 0 F 8 ; ; < 0 : 4 H > D C 7 8 = : H > D B C 4 ? ? 4 3 8 = C > 0 C 8 < 4 < 0 2 7 8 = 4 0 = 3 F 4 = C 1 0 2 : f H 4 0 A B t $ 8 ; ; 4 A B 0 8 3 ; D 4 8 = : ? A > 1 0 1 ; H 5 ; > F 4 3 0 C > = 4 ? > 8 = C 8 = C 8 < 4 7 > F 4 E 4 A = > > = 4 C 0 ; : B < D 2 7 0 1 > D C 8 C 0 B 8 C 7 0 B 0 B C > A 8 4 3 ? 0 B C t K + 7 4 H M A 4 0 ; ; 2 > = = 4 2 C 4 3 D = 3 4 A 6 A > D = 3 L 7 4 B 0 8 3 > 5 C 7 4 B ? A 8 = 6 B 8 = C 7 4 0 A 4 0 t K 7 4 = 7 8 C 4 D ; ? 7 D A ? A 8 = 6 B 5 ; > F B C 7 8 B > = 4 ; D 4 8 = : 5 ; > F B t L + 7 4 A 4 0 A 4 3 8 B C 8 = 2 C 7 8 6 7 F 0 C 4 A < 0 A : B > = < 0 = H > 5 C 7 4 C A 4 4 B B D A A > D = 3 8 = 6 ; D 4 8 = : 0 = 3 ; > 2 0 ; B F 7 > 7 0 E 4 ; 8 E 4 3 8 = 7 8 C 4 ? A 8 = 6 B 5 > A < 0 = H H 4 0 A B ; 8 : 4 + 4 3 3 H 4 0 A $ 0 A b B 7 0 ; ; B 0 H C 7 4 F 0 C 4 A D B 4 3 C > B C 0 H 0 C C 7 > B 4 7 8 6 7 ; 4 E b 4 ; B 0 ; ; C 7 4 C 8 < 4 0 2 2 > A 3 b 8 = 6 C > $ 8 ; ; 4 A t $ 0 = H ? 4 > b ? ; 4 C > 3 0 H B C 8 ; ; 6 > C 7 4 A 4 C > 3 > B > < 4 5 8 B 7 8 = 6 t & = $ > = 3 0 H 4 ? C t r F 7 8 ; 4 0 B C 4 0 3 H A 0 8 = 5 4 ; ; C 7 4 5 8 B 7 F 4 A 4 9 D < ? 8 = 6 t $ 8 ; ; 4 A B 0 8 3 C 7 4 A 4 0 A 4 < 0 = H < 0 = H B D 2 7 ? ; 0 2 4 B C 7 A > D 6 7 > D C % > A C 7 ; > A 8 b 3 0 0 = 3 B > < 4 0 A 4 B C 8 ; ; D = 3 8 B 2 > E 4 A 4 3 1 H C 7 4 6 4 = 4 A 0 ; ? D 1 ; 8 2 t K + 7 4 A 4 0 A 4 > = 4 B C 7 0 C 0 A 4 5 ; > F 8 = 6 = > F C 7 0 C 0 A 4 7 8 3 3 4 = 8 = C 7 4 < 8 3 3 ; 4 > 5 = > F 7 4 A 4 L 7 4 B 0 8 3 t b # & # + 7 4 ; > A 8 3 0 = @ D 8 5 4 A H B C 4 < $ 8 ; ; 4 A B 0 8 3 8 B C 7 4 F > A ; 3 M B 6 A 4 0 C 4 B C = 0 C b D A 0 ; A 4 B > D A 2 4 t C 7 0 B C 7 4 C F > ; 0 A 6 4 B C B ? A 8 = 6 B H B b C 4 < B 8 = C 7 4 F > A ; 3 F 8 C 7 > E 4 A f r B ? A 8 = 6 B 7 D = b 3 A 4 3 B > 5 D = 3 4 A 6 A > D = 3 A 8 E 4 A B 0 = 3 8 C 7 0 B C 7 4 ; 0 A 6 4 B C = 0 C D A 0 ; 2 0 E 4 A = 8 = C 7 4 F > A ; 3 t K C M B 1 8 6 6 4 A C 7 0 = C 7 4 A 0 = 3 0 = H > = 1 8 6 6 4 A C 7 0 = C 7 4 A 4 0 C 0 A A 8 4 A ) 4 4 5 8 C 5 ; > F B < > A 4 F 0 C 4 A C 7 0 = 8 2 C > A 8 0 0 ; ; B 0 = 3 = > 1 > 3 H : = > F B 8 C L B 0 8 3 $ 8 ; ; 4 A t t % # $ + F > F 4 4 : 4 = 3 B 0 6 > $ 8 ; ; 4 A 0 = 3 7 8 B F 8 5 4 4 b ; 4 = F 4 = C D ? C > C 7 4 & : 4 4 5 4 = > : 4 4 F 0 < ? 8 = > A 3 4 A C > 1 4 C C 4 A D = 3 4 A b B C 0 = 3 C 7 4 7 4 0 3 F 0 C 4 A B > 5 C 7 4 D F 0 = = 4 4 ) 8 E 4 A t ? 0 A : 6 D 8 3 4 6 0 E 4 C 7 4 < 0 ? 4 A B > = 0 ; 6 D 8 3 4 3 C > D A > = 0 B : 8 5 5 C 7 A > D 6 7 C 7 4 B F 0 < ? t K 4 A > 3 4 D ? C 7 4 < 0 8 = 2 7 0 = = 4 ; > 5 F 7 0 C 1 4 2 > < 4 B C 7 4 D F 0 = = 4 4 L $ 8 ; ; 4 A B 0 8 3 t K ? C 7 4 A 4 C 7 4 H 2 0 ; ; 8 C 0 ; 0 : 4 1 D C 8 C M B 5 ; > F 8 = 6 9 D B C ; 8 : 4 C 7 4 A 8 E 4 A t L 1 > D C 5 4 4 C 1 4 ; > F C 7 4 4 0 A C 7 M B B D A 5 0 2 4 8 = C 7 0 C 0 A 4 0 8 B 0 7 0 A 3 2 0 ? < 0 3 4 > D C > 5 B 8 ; 8 2 0 F 7 8 2 7 3 > 4 B b = M C 3 8 B B > ; E 4 $ 8 ; ; 4 A 4 G b ? ; 0 8 = 4 3 t + 7 4 = C 7 4 A 4 0 A 4 < > A 4 ; 0 H 4 A B > 5 B 8 ; 8 2 0 C 7 4 3 4 4 ? 4 A H > D 6 > t K C M B F 7 0 C C 7 4 = 3 8 0 = B < 0 3 4 0 A A > F 7 4 0 3 B > D C > 5 L 7 4 B 0 8 3 t 5 C 4 A < 8 ; ; 8 > = B > 5 H 4 0 A B > 5 0 2 8 3 8 2 A 0 8 = 5 0 ; ; 8 = C 7 4 B F 0 < ? 0 A 4 0 > 5 4 > A 6 8 0 C 7 4 D ? ? 4 A ; 0 H 4 A B > 5 ; 8 < 4 b B C > = 4 4 E 4 = C D 0 ; ; H 3 8 B b B > ; E 4 3 0 = 3 1 0 B 8 2 0 ; ; H 5 > A < 4 3 0 1 > F ; C 7 0 C ; > > : B ; 8 : 4 0 ; 0 : 4 t 7 4 = 8 C > E 4 A b 5 ; > F B C 7 4 F 0 C 4 A 2 > < 4 B B > D C 7 F 0 A 3 8 = C > C 7 4 D F 0 = = 4 4 ) 8 E 4 A t K 7 0 C M B 7 0 ? ? 4 = 4 3 B 8 = 2 4 C 7 4 = 8 B C 7 0 C < D 2 : 5 A > < 3 4 2 0 H 4 3 ; 4 0 E 4 B ; 0 = 3 4 3 > = C 7 4 1 > C C > < > 5 C 7 4 ; 0 : 4 F 7 4 A 4 8 C 5 > A < 4 3 6 0 B L B 0 8 3 $ 8 ; ; 4 A t K + 7 4 6 0 B ? D B 7 4 3 C 7 4 < D 2 : D ? C > C 7 4 B D A 5 0 2 4 0 = 3 6 > C 8 = C > ; 8 ; 8 4 B 0 = 3 > C 7 4 A B C D 5 5 B > = > F < > B C > 5 C 7 8 B C 7 8 = 6 8 B 0 ; 0 : 4 F 8 C 7 0 ; 0 H b 4 A > 5 ; 8 ; 8 4 B 0 = 3 3 4 1 A 8 B t L + 7 4 = 3 8 0 = = 0 < 4 & : 4 4 5 4 = > : 4 4 < 4 0 = B K ; 0 = 3 > 5 C 7 4 C A 4 < 1 ; 8 = 6 6 A > D = 3 L F 7 8 2 7 $ 8 ; ; 4 A 4 G ? ; 0 8 = 4 3 8 B C 7 4 6 A > D = 3 5 ; > 0 C 8 = 6 0 1 > E 4 0 1 > D C f b r 5 4 4 C > 5 F 0 C 4 A t K 5 C 4 A 0 F 7 8 ; 4 8 C 1 D 8 ; 3 B D ? B > < D 2 7 C 7 0 C H > D 4 = 3 D ? F 8 C 7 0 f 5 > > C ; 0 H 4 A > 5 < D 2 : 8 = B > < 4 ? ; 0 2 4 B L 7 4 B 0 8 3 t % $ # 4 = 8 > A A > 5 4 B B 8 > = 0 ; = 6 8 = 4 4 A $ 4 6 0 = 4 C 7 4 A 8 = 6 C > = 5 A > < D F 0 = = 4 4 ) 8 E 4 A 0 C 4 A $ 0 = 0 6 4 < 4 = C 8 B C A 8 2 C B 0 8 3 K + 7 4 A 8 E 4 A 7 0 B 1 4 4 = 5 ; > F 8 = 6 8 = C > C 7 4 B ? A 8 = 6 B 8 = 2 4 ; 0 C 4 4 1 A D 0 A H t + F > F 4 4 : B 0 6 > C 7 4 A 8 E 4 A 3 A > ? ? 4 3 4 = > D 6 7 C 7 0 C C 7 4 ? A 4 B B D A 4 5 A > < 6 A > D = 3 b F 0 C 4 A F 0 B 0 1 ; 4 C > > E 4 A b 2 > < 4 C 7 4 A 8 E 4 A t + 7 4 B ? A 8 = 6 A 4 E 4 A B 4 3 5 ; > F 0 = 3 7 0 B 1 4 4 = 5 ; > F 8 = 6 > D C B 8 = 2 4 t L 4 C 7 4 A 8 = 6 C > = 4 G b ? ; 0 8 = 4 3 C 7 4 5 ; > F 8 B 0 < 8 G b C D A 4 > 5 A 8 E 4 A F 0 C 4 A 0 = 3 6 A > D = 3 F 0 C 4 A F 7 8 2 7 8 B F 7 H 8 C 8 B 1 > C 7 C 4 0 b 2 > ; b > A 4 3 C 0 = = 8 2 0 = 3 B < 4 ; ; B ; 8 : 4 B D ; ? 7 D A t K B C 7 4 A 8 E 4 A 3 A > ? ? 4 3 C 7 4 5 ; > F 7 0 B 1 4 4 = 8 = b 2 A 4 0 B 8 = 6 L B 7 4 B 0 8 3 t K # 0 B C F 4 4 : 8 C F 0 B 5 ; > F 8 = 6 0 C f r < 8 ; ; 8 > = 6 0 ; ; > = B ? 4 A 3 0 H $ t L $ > = 3 0 H 8 C F 0 B 5 ; > F b 8 = 6 0 C $ 0 = 3 F 0 B C 7 4 7 8 6 7 4 B C < 4 0 B D A 4 3 5 ; > F B 8 = 2 4 % > E 4 < 1 4 A r F 7 4 = 8 C F 0 B B ; 8 6 7 C b ; H 7 8 6 7 4 A 0 5 C 4 A C 7 4 5 ; > > 3 b 8 = 6 5 A > < C 7 4 7 D A A 8 2 0 = 4 B t J K C 8 B 5 ; > F 8 = 6 E 4 A H 5 0 B C C > > L B 7 4 B 0 8 3 t + 7 4 E 4 ; > 2 8 C H > 5 C 7 4 3 8 B b 2 7 0 A 6 4 > = $ > = 3 0 H 4 C 7 4 A 8 = 6 C > = B 0 8 3 F 0 B 5 8 E 4 5 4 4 C ? 4 A B 4 2 > = 3 0 1 > D C C 7 A 4 4 0 = 3 0 7 0 ; 5 < 8 ; 4 B ? 4 A 7 > D A t 7 4 0 3 3 4 3 C 7 0 C 6 A > D = 3 F 0 C 4 A ; 4 E 4 ; B 8 = = > A C 7 4 A = D F 0 = = 4 4 n B > D C 7 4 A = 0 < 8 ; C > = 2 > D = C 8 4 B 0 A 4 7 8 6 7 4 A C 7 0 = = > A < 0 ; 1 D C = > C A 4 2 > A 3 b 1 A 4 0 : 8 = 6 t K 4 3 > = C : = > F 8 5 C 7 4 B ? A 8 = 6 F 8 ; ; A D = 2 ; 4 0 A 0 5 b C 4 A C 7 4 A 8 E 4 A F 0 C 4 A 8 B 4 G b ? 4 ; ; 4 3 1 D C C 7 4 ; 8 : 4 ; 8 7 > > 3 > 5 C 7 8 B 7 0 ? ? 4 = 8 = 6 8 B C 7 4 7 8 6 7 4 B C 8 = H 4 0 A B L B 0 8 3 4 C 7 4 A 8 = 6 C > = t n # # + 7 4 5 0 2 C C 7 0 C 7 8 C 4 D ; ? 7 D A ? A 8 = 6 0 = 3 ; D 4 8 = : 0 A 4 1 > C 7 5 ; > F 8 = 6 8 B 4 E 8 3 4 = 2 4 C 7 0 C C 7 4 C F > 0 A 4 2 > = = 4 2 C 4 3 1 H 0 = D = 3 4 A b 6 A > D = 3 A 8 E 4 A 7 8 C 4 ? A 8 = 6 B $ 0 H > A 4 ; 4 = $ 8 ; ; 4 A B 0 8 3 t K 4 0 A 4 C A D ; H 5 > A C D b = 0 C 4 C 7 0 C 0 1 > E 4 = > A < 0 ; A 0 8 = 5 0 ; ; 8 = C 7 4 > D C 7 4 0 B C b 4 A = t t 7 0 B 3 4 ; 8 E 4 A 4 3 0 C 4 < ? > A 0 A H 8 = 5 D B 8 > = C > C 7 4 ; > A 8 3 0 = @ D 8 5 4 A L B 7 4 B 0 8 3 t J K + 7 4 2 D A A 4 = C B ? A 8 = 6 5 ; > F 3 4 < > = b B C A 0 C 4 B C 7 0 C C 7 4 ? 7 H B 8 2 0 ; ? A > ? 4 A C 8 4 B > 5 C 7 4 B ? A 8 = 6 0 A 4 8 = C 0 2 C t J + 7 8 B 6 8 E 4 B 9 D B b C 8 5 8 2 0 C 8 > = C > C 7 4 ? A 4 < 8 B 4 C 7 0 C 8 5 > E 4 A b ? D < ? 8 = 6 C > > D A 4 0 B C 0 = 3 = > A C 7 2 > D ; 3 1 4 A 4 3 D 2 4 3 B D 1 B C 0 = C 8 0 ; ; H C 7 A > D 6 7 2 > = B 4 A E 0 C 8 > = 0 = 3 A 4 ; 8 0 = 2 4 > = 0 ; C 4 A = 0 C 4 F 0 C 4 A B > D A 2 4 B C 7 4 = C 7 4 7 8 C 4 D ; ? 7 D A ? A 8 = 6 2 > D ; 3 5 ; > F 0 6 0 8 = > = 0 ? 4 A < 0 = 4 = C 1 0 B 8 B t L 5 C 7 0 C 7 0 ? ? 4 = B C 7 4 < 0 H > A B 0 8 3 C 7 4 3 A 8 E 4 A 5 > A C 7 4 C > F = B 4 2 > = > < H 2 > D ; 3 1 4 A 4 B C > A 4 3 t C 0 < 4 4 C 8 = 6 > 5 C 7 4 ; > A 8 3 0 # 4 0 6 D 4 > 5 8 C 8 4 B = 4 A 6 H = E 8 A > = < 4 = C 0 ; ( D 0 ; 8 C H # 4 6 8 B ; 0 C 8 E 4 > < < 8 C C 4 4 7 4 ; 3 8 = 0 2 : b B > = E 8 ; ; 4 > = 4 ? C t r C 7 4 D = 0 = 8 < > D B 2 > = B 4 = B D B F 0 B C 7 0 C F 0 C 4 A F 8 ; ; 1 4 0 < 0 9 > A 8 B B D 4 5 > A C 7 4 J r f B 4 B B 8 > = > 5 C 7 4 C 7 4 ; > A 8 3 0 # 4 6 8 B ; 0 C D A 4 < 0 H > A $ 8 ; ; 4 A 4 G ? ; 0 8 = 4 3 t K & 5 5 8 2 8 0 ; B A 4 ? A 4 B 4 = C 8 = 6 C 7 4 B C 0 C 4 B f < D = 8 2 8 ? 0 ; b 8 C 8 4 B 0 A 4 < 0 : 8 = 6 C 7 4 0 A b 6 D < 4 = C ; > D 3 0 = 3 2 ; 4 0 A C 7 0 C F 0 C 4 A @ D 0 = C 8 C H F 0 b C 4 A @ D 0 ; 8 C H 0 B F 4 ; ; 0 B B 0 ; C 8 = C A D B 8 > = 0 = 3 8 B B D 4 B 3 4 0 ; 8 = 6 F 8 C 7 = 4 F 5 4 3 4 A 0 ; 3 4 B 8 6 = 0 C 8 > = B > 5 5 ; > > 3 I > = 4 B 0 A 4 < 0 9 > A 2 > = 2 4 A = B C 7 0 C = 4 4 3 C 7 4 B 4 A 8 > D B 0 C b C 4 = C 8 > = > 5 C 7 4 B C 0 C 4 B ; 0 F b < 0 : 4 A B t L b r n b t t b n b % & f f n b t f t t b t b t b r n b t f > = C 8 = D 4 3 A > < 0 6 4 f ? t < t + 7 4 > A B 4 7 > F 8 B > ? 4 = C > 0 ; ; H > D C 7 5 A 4 4 4 = C A H F 8 C 7 ? A > > 5 > 5 2 D A b A 4 = C > 6 6 8 = B A 4 @ D 8 A 4 3 t > A < > A 4 8 = 5 > A < 0 C 8 > = > = C 7 4 7 > A B 4 B 7 > F 2 > = C 0 2 C 8 = = H > 3 F 8 = 0 C b r b > A 4 b < 0 8 ; E : 2 6 f H 0 7 > > t 2 > < t / > D 3 > = M C F 0 = C C > < 8 B B C 7 4 3 4 ; 8 2 8 > D B 1 0 A 1 4 b 2 D 4 B D ? ? 4 A 0 C ? t < t > A > = ; H 0 ? ; 0 C 4 H > D 2 0 = 4 = 9 > H < > D C 7 F 0 C 4 A 8 = 6 > B C > = 1 D C C ? > A : 2 > ; 4 B ; 0 F 1 0 : 4 3 1 4 0 = B 1 A 4 0 3 0 = 3 C 4 0 t > A < > A 4 8 = 5 > A < 0 C 8 > = > = C 7 4 1 0 A b 1 4 2 D 4 2 > = C 0 2 C 4 8 C 7 H = = 0 C b r b f r t + 7 4 b > 6 7 > F A D = B 5 A > < D = C 8 ; ? t < t ) 4 6 8 B C A 0 C 8 > = 1 4 6 8 = B 0 C 0 = 3 8 5 H > D = 4 4 3 5 D A C 7 4 A 8 = 5 > A < 0 C 8 > = ? ; 4 0 B 4 2 0 ; ; b r b f r > A 4 b < 0 8 ; 7 5 D C 2 7 D 5 ; t 4 3 D t + 7 4 > 6 7 > F 8 B > ? 4 = C > 0 ; ; 0 < 8 ; C > = > D = C H H > D C 7 0 6 4 B b f 0 = 3 < 4 < 1 4 A b B 7 8 ? 8 = b 8 B = > C A 4 b @ D 8 A 4 3 t = C A H 5 4 4 8 B 5 > A 0 = H n 0 ; ; 2 0 C 4 6 > A 8 4 B > 5 4 B C + A 8 2 : 4 B C > B b C D < 4 $ > B C 3 > A 0 1 ; 4 & ; 3 4 B C 0 = 3 / > D = 6 4 B C t > < 4 C 7 8 = 6 = 4 F C 7 8 B H 4 0 A 8 B 0 = 4 0 A ; 8 4 A B C 0 A C C 8 < 4 > 5 ? t < t 5 > A C 7 4 4 4 4 4 8 6 2 A 0 < 1 ; 4 F 7 8 2 7 8 B > ? 4 = C > H > D C 7 0 6 4 B B 4 E 4 = 0 = 3 D = 3 4 A t + 7 4 F 8 = 4 0 ; 4 B C 0 A C B 0 C ? t < t 0 = 3 C 7 4 5 8 = 0 ; 4 b n 8 6 2 A 0 < 1 ; 4 F 8 ; ; C 0 : 4 ? ; 0 2 4 0 C ? t < t > < 4 > D C 0 = 3 B D ? ? > A C C 7 4 H > D C 7 > 5 0 < 8 ; C > = > D = C H f n b n n r t > = C 8 = D 4 3 A > < 0 6 4 f 8 = 6 8 = 0 B ? 4 A t + 7 0 C B D 8 C 4 D B 4 3 C > 7 > D B 4 C 7 4 0 2 2 > A 3 8 = 6 C > G b 4 2 D C 8 E 4 8 A 4 2 C > A A 0 2 4 $ 2 > = 0 ; 3 t K 4 M A 4 7 > ; 3 8 = 6 > D A 4 E 4 = 8 = 6 < 4 4 C 8 = 6 B 8 = C 7 4 7 0 < 1 4 A > 5 > < < 4 A 2 4 < 4 4 C 8 = 6 A > > < A 8 6 7 C 3 > F = C 7 4 7 0 ; ; L B 0 8 3 $ 2 b > = 0 ; 3 t K 4 5 8 = 0 ; ; H 7 0 E 4 6 > = 4 5 A > < 1 4 8 = 6 8 = 0 > ; : B F 0 6 4 = C > 1 4 8 = 6 8 = 0 0 3 8 ; ; 0 2 t 0 2 C D 0 ; ; H 7 0 E 4 0 = > 5 5 8 2 4 F 8 C 7 0 F 8 = 3 > F t L f # $ + 7 4 5 8 A B C 8 C 4 < > 5 1 D B 8 b = 4 B B F 0 B C > 4 ; 4 2 C > 5 5 8 2 4 A B t % 4 F > 5 5 8 2 4 A B 0 A 4 A 4 B 8 b 3 4 = C 4 A 0 < 8 4 7 4 B 7 8 A 4 8 2 4 A 4 B 8 3 4 = C > = 4 = b = 4 < 0 = 4 2 A 4 C 0 A H A 4 = b 3 0 0 A C 4 A + A 4 0 B D A 4 A # 0 D A 0 4 4 B # > = 6 + 4 A < ; 0 = = 8 = 6 0 = 3 E 0 ; D 0 C 8 > = 7 0 A > = 0 H A > 6 A 0 < B 7 0 8 A 1 1 4 H + 0 H ; > A D 1 ; 8 2 ) 4 ; 0 C 8 > = B 7 0 8 A 0 C 7 H D A A H 0 = 3 = 4 F + > 1 0 2 2 > ? 4 2 8 0 ; 8 B C $ 8 2 7 4 ; ; 4 # 4 4 t 3 3 8 C 8 > = b 0 ; ; H 1 1 4 H + 0 H ; > A F 8 ; ; 2 > = C 8 = D 4 C > 1 4 C 7 4 + 0 3 E 8 B > A 0 C 0 < 8 ; C > = > D = C H 8 6 7 2 7 > > ; t ( % % # & $ + 7 4 > 0 ; 8 C 8 > = M B = 4 G C 3 0 H < 4 4 C 8 = 6 F 0 B 7 4 ; 3 0 C C 7 4 D ; 8 = 0 A H A C B D 8 ; 3 b 8 = 6 > = C 7 4 2 0 < b ? D B > = 4 ? C t f t = 4 F B H = C 7 4 C 8 2 7 4 A > 8 = 3 A D 6 2 0 ; ; 4 3 A > : > 3 8 ; F 0 B 3 8 B b 2 D B B 4 3 0 C ; 4 = 6 C 7 t 8 E 4 0 3 D ; C < 4 < 1 4 A B > 5 C 7 4 > 0 ; 8 C 8 > = 0 = 3 C F > < 0 ; 4 + B C D 3 4 = C B 5 A > < 5 8 A B C ; 4 0 A = 4 3 0 1 > D C 8 C 0 C C 7 4 $ 8 3 b / 4 0 A > < < D = 8 C H = C 8 b A D 6 > 0 ; 8 C 8 > = B > 5 < 4 A 8 2 0 = B C 8 C D C 4 < 4 4 C 8 = 6 8 = D B C 8 = + G t + 7 4 D B 4 > 5 A > : > 3 8 ; $ 2 > = 0 ; 3 4 G ? ; 0 8 = 4 3 B C 0 A C 4 3 8 = ) D B B 8 0 0 = 3 7 0 B = > F < 0 3 4 8 C B F 0 H C > C 7 4 t t + 7 4 3 A D 6 8 B 8 = 9 4 2 C 4 3 8 = C > C 7 4 B : 8 = 9 D B C ; 8 : 4 7 4 A > 8 = t + 7 4 ? A > 1 ; 4 < F 8 C 7 C 7 8 B B H = C 7 4 C 8 2 3 A D 6 8 B C 7 0 C 8 C 4 0 C B 5 ; 4 B 7 t K A > D = 3 C 7 4 0 A 4 0 F 7 4 A 4 8 C 8 B 8 = 9 4 2 C 4 3 C 7 4 B : 8 = C D A = B B 2 0 ; H ; 8 : 4 0 2 A > 2 > 3 8 ; 4 M B B : 8 = L B 0 8 3 $ 2 > = 0 ; 3 t K + 7 0 C M B F 7 4 A 4 8 C 6 > C C 7 4 = 0 < 4 A > : > 3 8 ; t L D C 7 > A 8 C 8 4 B 8 = > D C 7 ; > A 8 3 0 B 7 4 B 0 8 3 7 0 E 4 0 ; A 4 0 3 H 1 4 6 D = 3 4 0 ; 8 = 6 F 8 C 7 8 C B D B 4 8 = C 7 4 8 A 2 > < b < D = 8 C 8 4 B t K + 7 4 1 0 3 C 7 8 = 6 8 B C 7 8 B B C D 5 5 F 8 ; ; B C 0 A C C > 4 0 C C 7 4 5 ; 4 B 7 0 = 3 8 C F 8 ; ; 4 0 C H > D A 8 = C 4 A = 0 ; > A 6 0 = B L $ 2 b > = 0 ; 3 2 > = C 8 = D 4 3 t K + 7 4 ? 4 > ? ; 4 F 7 > 6 4 C > = 8 C F 8 ; ; 3 8 4 F 8 C 7 8 = 0 H 4 0 A t C F 8 ; ; 3 4 B C A > H C 7 4 8 A 1 > 3 8 4 B C 7 0 C 5 0 B C t L C F 0 B = > C 4 3 C 7 0 C B 0 = 8 b C 0 A 8 D < B 0 A 4 1 4 6 8 = = 8 = 6 C > 5 8 ; ; D ? F 8 C 7 ? 4 > ? ; 4 F 7 > 7 0 E 4 D B 4 3 C 7 8 B 3 A D 6 1 4 b 2 0 D B 4 8 C 4 0 C B C 7 4 1 A 0 8 = 0 = 3 2 0 D B 4 B < 4 = C 0 ; 8 ; ; b = 4 B B 8 B B D 4 B t + 7 4 A 4 8 B = > 2 D A 4 t & 5 C 7 4 C F > B C D 3 4 = C B F 7 > 0 C C 4 = 3 4 3 C 7 4 < 4 4 C b 8 = 6 8 = D B C 8 = $ 2 > = 0 ; 3 B 0 8 3 K C F 0 B 0 6 > > 3 4 G b ? 4 A 8 4 = 2 4 5 > A C 7 4 < t C > ? 4 = 4 3 C 7 4 8 A 4 H 4 B 0 = 3 C 7 4 H A 4 0 ; 8 I 4 3 C 7 4 A 4 F 4 A 4 ? 4 > ? ; 4 5 A > < 0 ; ; > E 4 A C 7 4 = 8 C 4 3 C 0 C 4 B F > A : 8 = 6 > = C 7 4 B 0 < 4 ? A > 1 ; 4 < B 0 = 3 C 7 4 B 0 < 4 8 B B D 4 B C 7 0 C C 7 4 H 7 0 E 4 t L = > C 7 4 A B C A 4 4 C 3 A D 6 C 7 0 C 8 B 2 0 D B 8 = 6 2 > = 2 4 A = 0 < > = 6 ; > 2 0 ; ; 0 F 4 = b 5 > A 2 4 < 4 = C > 5 5 8 2 8 0 ; B 8 B 0 B H = C 7 4 C 8 2 5 > A < > 5 2 B C 0 b B H A 4 5 4 A A 4 3 C > 0 B K $ > ; b ; H L t $ 2 > = 0 ; 3 B 0 8 3 4 E 4 A H > = 4 B 7 > D ; 3 1 4 0 F 0 A 4 4 B ? 4 2 8 0 ; ; H 8 5 C 7 4 H 0 A 4 > D C 0 C 0 2 ; D 1 > A ? 0 A C H 0 = 3 C 7 4 H B 7 > D ; 3 = 4 E 4 A ; 4 0 E 4 0 3 A 8 = : D = 0 C C 4 = 3 b 4 3 0 B B > < 4 > = 4 < 0 H B ; 8 ? C 7 4 3 A D 6 8 = C > C 7 4 3 A 8 = : t + 7 8 B = 4 F B H = C 7 4 C 8 2 5 > A < > 5 2 B C 0 B H $ 2 > = b 0 ; 3 B 0 8 3 K 8 B 4 E 4 = F > A B 4 > = C 7 4 1 > 3 H C 7 0 = 2 B C 0 b B H t L f r + 7 8 B H 4 0 A C 7 4 0 = = D 0 ; % t & t t t % 0 A 2 > C 8 2 B & E 4 A 3 > B 4 A 4 E 4 = C 8 > = 3 D 2 0 C 8 > = 0 = 3 ; 4 ; 8 6 7 C 8 6 8 ; F 8 ; ; 1 4 7 4 ; 3 + D 4 B b 3 0 H & 2 C t r r 5 A > < b ? t < t 0 C 0 B ? 4 A 8 C H 0 A : t + 7 4 % t & t t t 8 6 8 ; 8 B 0 C 8 < 4 5 > A C 7 4 2 > < < D = 8 C H C > 2 > < 4 C > 6 4 C 7 4 A C > A 4 b < 4 < 1 4 A C 7 > B 4 F 7 > 7 0 E 4 ? 0 B B 4 3 0 F 0 H 3 D 4 C > 2 > < ? ; 8 2 0 C 8 > = B 5 A > < 3 A D 6 0 ; 2 > 7 > ; C > 1 0 2 2 > > A 0 = H : 8 = 3 > 5 B D 1 B C 0 = 2 4 0 1 D B 4 t + 7 4 A 4 F 8 ; ; 1 4 8 = b B ? 8 A 0 C 8 > = 0 ; B > = 6 B 0 6 D 4 B C B ? 4 0 : 4 A 0 = 3 0 E 8 3 4 > 0 ; > = 6 F 8 C 7 0 2 0 = b 3 ; 4 ; 8 6 7 C ? A 0 H 4 A E 8 6 8 ; t + 7 4 > 0 ; 8 C 8 > = 8 B 7 > ? 8 = 6 C > 7 0 E 4 0 A 4 2 > E 4 A 4 3 0 3 3 8 2 C 8 = 0 C C 4 = 3 0 = 2 4 C > B ? 4 0 : 0 B F 4 ; ; t K + 7 4 8 < ? > A C 0 = C C 7 8 = 6 F 4 F 0 = C C > 1 A 8 = 6 > D C 7 4 A 4 8 B C 7 0 C 8 5 B > < 4 > = 4 8 B 8 = C A > D 1 ; 4 F 4 = 4 4 3 C > 7 4 ; ? C 7 4 < A 0 C 7 4 A C 7 0 = > B C A 0 2 8 I 4 C 7 4 < L B 0 8 3 $ 2 > = 0 ; 3 t K + A H C > B 0 E 4 C 7 4 8 A ; 8 5 4 8 5 H > D 2 0 = t + A H C > 6 8 E 4 C 7 4 < 0 7 4 ; ? 8 = 6 7 0 = 3 C > 6 4 C C 7 4 7 4 ; ? C 7 4 H = 4 4 3 0 = 3 7 4 ; ? C 7 4 5 0 < 8 b ; H C 7 0 C M B 3 4 0 ; 8 = 6 F 8 C 7 8 C 1 4 2 0 D B 4 8 C 2 0 = 1 4 E 4 A H C A 0 D < 0 C 8 2 0 = 3 ? 0 8 = 5 D ; 5 > A C 7 4 4 = C 8 A 4 5 0 < 8 ; H t L # $ # % # & ( A 4 B 2 A 8 ? C 8 > = A D 6 + 0 : 4 0 2 : 0 H 8 = 0 < 8 ; b C > = > D = C H 8 B B 2 7 4 3 D ; 4 3 5 > A 0 C D A 3 0 H & 2 C t r 5 A > < 0 t < t C > r ? t < t A > ? b > 5 5 ? > 8 = C B F 8 ; ; 1 4 0 C 0 B ? 4 A 8 C H 0 A : 4 = b = 8 = 6 B D 1 ; 8 2 # 8 1 A 0 A H 0 = 3 7 8 C 4 ? A 8 = 6 B > ; 8 2 4 4 b ? 0 A C < 4 = C t 5 H > D 7 0 E 4 D = D B 4 3 > A D = F 0 = C 4 3 ? A 4 B 2 A 8 ? C 8 > = 3 A D 6 B 8 = H > D A 7 > < 4 C 7 8 B 8 B C 7 4 C 8 < 4 C > B 0 5 4 ; H 3 8 B ? > B 4 > 5 C 7 4 < A 0 C 7 4 A C 7 0 = C > B B b 8 = 6 C 7 4 < 8 = C 7 4 6 0 A 1 0 6 4 > A 5 ; D B 7 8 = 6 C 7 4 < 3 > F = C 7 4 C > 8 ; 4 C t t t 0 < 8 ; C > = > D = C H 8 6 7 2 7 > > ; B C D 3 4 = C B $ 0 3 8 7 0 7 + > < > = 4 H 0 = 3 0 E 8 3 8 ; ; 8 0 < B 5 A > < C 7 4 B 2 7 > > ; M B + C D b 3 4 = C B > A : 8 = 6 6 0 8 = B C + > 1 0 2 2 > C 4 0 < 6 0 E 4 0 ? A 4 B 4 = C 0 C 8 > = > = K > 8 = C > 5 0 ; 4 L 8 B B D 4 B F 8 C 7 C > b 1 0 2 2 > ? A > 3 D 2 C B t K 4 M A 4 0 6 A > D ? > 5 4 < b ? > F 4 A 4 3 H > D C 7 F 7 > A 0 ; b ; H C > 6 4 C 7 4 A 0 = 3 F 4 M A 4 6 > 8 = 6 0 6 0 8 = B C 1 8 6 C > 1 0 2 b 2 > 8 = 3 D B C A 8 4 B L B 0 8 3 + > < > = 4 H t K > 8 = C > 5 0 ; 4 L + > < > = 4 H 4 G ? ; 0 8 = 4 3 A 4 b ; 0 C 4 B C > 7 > F 0 = 3 F 7 4 A 4 1 8 6 C > 1 0 2 2 > C 0 A 6 4 C B H > D C 7 F 8 C 7 C 7 4 8 A 0 3 E 4 A b C 8 B 8 = 6 t & 5 C 4 = C 8 < 4 B B 7 4 B 0 8 3 C 7 4 8 A 0 3 B > A ? A > 3 b D 2 C B 0 A 4 B C A 0 C 4 6 8 2 0 ; ; H ? ; 0 2 4 3 0 C 0 H > D = 6 2 7 8 ; 3 M B 4 H 4 ; 4 E 4 ; 4 B ? 4 2 8 0 ; ; H 0 C 2 > = E 4 = 8 4 = 2 4 B C > A 4 B t $ 0 = H C 8 < 4 B C > 1 0 2 2 > ? A > 3 D 2 C B 0 A 4 ; > 2 0 C 4 3 A 8 6 7 C = 4 G C C > 2 0 = 3 H ? A > 3 D 2 C B 0 = 3 8 = B C A 8 : 8 = 6 b ; H B 8 < 8 ; 0 A ? 0 2 : 0 6 8 = 6 t K 8 6 C > 1 0 2 2 > B ? 4 = 3 B 0 1 > D C f b f 1 8 ; ; 8 > = 0 H 4 0 A > = < 0 A : 4 C 8 = 6 C 7 4 8 A ? A > 3 D 2 C B L B 0 8 3 + > < > = 4 H t K 8 6 7 C H b 5 8 E 4 ? 4 A 2 4 = C > 5 C 7 0 C C > C 0 ; 6 > 4 B B C A 0 8 6 7 C C > ? > 8 = C > 5 B 0 ; 4 < 0 A : 4 C 8 = 6 t L = > C 7 4 A < 0 A : 4 C 8 = 6 ? ; > H + > < > = 4 H B 0 8 3 8 B > 5 5 4 A 8 = 6 3 8 B 2 > D = C B F 7 8 2 7 B 7 4 B 0 8 3 ? 0 A C 8 2 D b ; 0 A ; H 0 ? ? 4 0 ; B C > H > D C 7 F 7 > 7 0 E 4 ; 8 C C ; 4 < > = 4 H C > B ? 4 = 3 t 8 ; ; 8 0 < B B 0 8 3 C 7 4 A 4 8 B B > < D 2 7 C > 1 0 2 2 > ? A > 3 b D 2 C 0 3 E 4 A C 8 B 8 = 6 1 > C 7 > = C 7 4 > D C B 8 3 4 0 = 3 8 = B 8 3 4 > 5 B C > A 4 B C 7 0 C 0 H > D = 6 ? 4 A b B > = F 7 > B 4 4 B C 7 > B 4 0 3 B 0 ; ; C 7 4 C 8 < 4 F 8 ; ; < > B C ; 8 : 4 ; H C 7 8 = : C > 1 0 2 2 > ? A > 3 D 2 C B 0 A 4 0 = > A < 0 ; ? 0 A C > 5 ; 8 5 4 t + > < > = 4 H B 0 8 3 A 4 2 4 = C B D A E 4 H B B 7 > F 4 3 C 7 0 C 0 1 > D C C F > b C 7 8 A 3 B > 5 C 4 4 = B E 8 B 8 C 2 > = E 4 = 8 4 = 2 4 B C > A 4 B 0 1 > D C C 7 A 4 4 C 8 < 4 B 0 F 4 4 : 0 = 3 r ? 4 A 2 4 = C > 5 C 7 4 < 1 D H 2 8 6 0 A 4 C C 4 B > A > C 7 4 A C > 1 0 2 2 > ? A > 3 D 2 C B t & = 4 > 1 9 4 2 C 8 E 4 > 5 C 7 4 F 0 C C 4 0 < 0 C 8 B C > 2 > = E 8 = 2 4 C 7 4 8 A ? 4 4 A B C 7 0 C B < > : 8 = 6 2 8 6 0 A 4 C C 4 B > A D B 8 = 6 C > 1 0 2 2 > ? A > 3 D 2 C B B 7 > D ; 3 = > C 1 4 2 > = B 8 3 b 4 A 4 3 = > A < 0 ; t + 7 4 = 4 G C < 4 4 C 8 = 6 > 5 C 7 4 > 0 ; 8 C 8 > = F 8 ; ; 1 4 + D 4 B 3 0 H & 2 C t f 5 A > < b ? t < t 8 = > = 5 4 A 4 = 2 4 ) > > < 0 C C 7 4 2 > D A C b 7 > D B 4 0 = = 4 G 5 > ; ; > F 4 3 8 < < 4 3 8 0 C 4 ; H 1 H C 7 4 + > b 1 0 2 2 > A 4 4 0 A C = 4 A B 7 8 ? < 4 4 C 8 = 6 5 A > < b ? t < t + & $ ( & ) % & # ( $ # $ ( $ # > = C 8 = D 4 3 A > < 0 6 4 f 0 C 7 > ; 8 2 7 0 A 8 C 8 4 B = 8 C b 4 3 0 H > 5 D F 0 = = 4 4 0 ; ; 4 H 0 = 3 C 7 4 7 8 C 4 ? A 8 = 6 B # 8 1 A 0 A H ? A > 9 4 2 C 0 B F 4 ; ; 0 B ; > 2 0 ; 4 3 D 2 0 b C 8 > = 0 ; 8 = 8 C 8 0 C 8 E 4 B t K & D A ? 0 A C = 4 A B 7 8 ? F 8 C 7 0 < 8 ; C > = > D = C H 0 = 3 8 C B 2 > < < D = 8 C 8 4 B 8 B B C A > = 6 0 = 3 F 8 C 7 < D C D 0 ; A 4 B ? 4 2 C 5 > A C 7 4 5 A 4 4 3 > < B C 7 0 C F 4 4 = 9 > H 0 B < 4 A 8 b 2 0 = B 5 A 4 4 3 > < > 5 B ? 4 4 2 7 5 A 4 4 3 > < C > F > A B 7 8 ? 0 = 3 5 A 4 4 3 > < C > F > A : > A > ? b 4 A 0 C 4 0 1 D B 8 = 4 B B L 0 : 4 A B 0 8 3 t K A 4 4 3 > < B C 7 0 C 0 A 4 B 0 5 4 6 D 0 A 3 4 3 1 H C 7 4 1 A 0 E 4 < 4 = 0 = 3 F > < 4 = F 7 > 7 0 E 4 B 4 A E 4 3 > D A 2 > D = C A H C > ? A > C 4 2 C > D A F 0 H > 5 ; 8 5 4 t L 1 > D C f ? 4 A 2 4 = C > 5 0 < 8 ; C > = > D = C H M B ? > ? b D ; 0 C 8 > = 8 B 2 > < ? A 8 B 4 3 > 5 E 4 C 4 A 0 = B 0 : 4 A 0 2 b : = > F ; 4 3 6 4 3 0 = 3 < 0 = H > 5 C 7 4 < 0 A 4 ? 0 A C > 5 C 7 4 > C 0 B 7 > A ? F > A : 5 > A 2 4 t 8 C 7 > D C 5 D A C 7 4 A 0 3 > 0 : 4 A ? A 4 B 4 = C 4 3 # 0 < b 1 4 A C 0 = 3 C 7 4 0 < 8 ; C > = > D = C H > 0 A 3 > 5 > D = C H > < < 8 B B 8 > = 4 A B F 8 C 7 0 2 7 4 2 : 5 > A C > 1 4 D B 4 3 5 > A C 7 4 ? 0 A : C 7 0 C F 8 ; ; B 4 A E 4 0 B C 7 4 8 A C A 8 1 D C 4 C > C 7 4 < 4 = 0 = 3 F > < 4 = F 7 > 7 0 E 4 B 4 A E 4 3 > D A = 0 b C 8 > = 8 = 1 > C 7 ? 4 0 2 4 0 = 3 F 0 A 0 = 3 4 B ? 4 2 8 0 ; ; H C 7 > B 4 F 7 > 6 0 E 4 C 7 4 8 A 0 ; ; tt r r n b n r b n > = C 8 = D 4 3 A > < 0 6 4 f t t t C 7 4 A 8 E 4 A 3 A > ? ? 4 3 4 = > D 6 7 C 7 0 C C 7 4 ? A 4 B B D A 4 5 A > < 6 A > D = 3 F 0 C 4 A F 0 B 0 1 ; 4 C > > E 4 A 2 > < 4 C 7 4 A 8 E 4 A t # # $ $ # % # % r r r f r r n r f n n b t n f n r f f f r C A 0 = B 0 2 C 8 > = 5 > A < t + 7 4 8 = E 4 B C 8 6 0 C 8 > = 1 4 b 6 0 = 8 = $ 0 H r f 0 5 C 4 A A 4 ; 0 C 8 E 4 B > 5 0 0 < 8 ; C > = > D = C H F > < 0 = 0 ; ; 4 6 4 3 B 4 E 4 A 0 ; 8 C 4 < B > 5 9 4 F 4 ; A H 7 0 3 1 4 4 = B C > ; 4 = 5 A > < C 7 4 8 A ; > E 4 3 > = 4 5 > ; ; > F b 8 = 6 7 4 A 3 4 0 C 7 8 = 2 ; D 3 8 = 6 0 A 8 = 6 F 0 C 2 7 0 = 3 = 4 2 : b ; 0 2 4 t 6 4 = C B A 4 E 8 4 F 4 3 ? 0 F = 1 A > : 4 A C A 0 = B 0 2 b C 8 > = B C 7 0 C 8 = 3 8 2 0 C 4 3 ; ; 4 = B > ; 3 r ? 8 4 2 4 B > 5 9 4 F 4 ; A H C > ? 0 F = B 7 > ? B F 8 C 7 8 = C 7 4 ? A 4 E 8 > D B H 4 0 A t = E 4 B C 8 6 0 C > A B 0 ; b ; 4 6 4 0 C ; 4 0 B C B > < 4 > 5 C 7 4 ? 0 F = 4 3 8 C 4 < B F 4 A 4 B C > ; 4 = 5 A > < 3 4 2 4 0 B 4 3 ? 4 A B > = B F 7 > < ; ; 4 = 7 0 3 0 2 2 4 B B C > 0 B 0 5 > A 4 = b B 8 2 8 = E 4 B C 8 6 0 C > A 0 C C 7 4 8 B C A 8 2 C $ 4 3 8 2 0 ; G 0 < b 8 = 4 A M B & 5 5 8 2 4 8 = 0 2 : b B > = E 8 ; ; 4 t ; ; 4 = F 0 B 0 A A 4 B C 4 3 0 A > D = 3 0 t < t 4 ? C t f 0 C C 7 4 < 4 3 8 2 0 ; 4 G 0 < b 8 = 4 A M B > 5 5 8 2 4 0 = 3 1 > > : 4 3 8 = C > C 7 4 D E 0 ; > D = C H 0 8 ; t + 7 4 C 0 C 4 C C > A = 4 H M B & 5 5 8 2 4 C 7 D 3 8 2 8 0 ; 8 A b 2 D 8 C F 8 ; ; ? A > B 4 2 D C 4 C 7 8 B 2 0 B 4 t > = C 8 = D 4 3 A > < 0 6 4 f

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r f b f t n r ( & ' # ( ! # $ f ( # ( n t $ $ ( & $ # $ % $ ( $ + ( # ( ( % ( b # ( # $ ) & ( % $ ( $ @ / 8 > 2 9 ? 1 2 C 9 ? + 8 2 + < 6 C > / 6 6 = ? 7 7 / < 3 = + 6 7 9 = > 9 @ / < 3 = 2 + @ / < / > ? < 8 / > 9 = 2 9 9 6 0 9 9 > + 6 6 3 = + 5 9 8 % + 8 2 ? 8 > 3 8 1 = / + = 9 8 2 + = / / 8 1 9 3 8 1 9 8 0 9 < + 7 9 8 > 2 8 9 A 3 8 = 9 ? > 2 6 9 < 3 + 9 = > 9 0 ? = 2 + @ / + 6 < / + C 0 3 8 3 = 2 / 9 ? < : < / = / + = 9 8 = 9 ? > 3 8 1 + 8 A / F @ / 2 ? 8 1 9 ? < > < / / = > + 8 = + 6 9 8 1 A / 6 6 > < + @ / 6 / . / / < > < + 3 6 = E 8 / B > > 9 + 7 + > ? < / 9 + 5 > < / / > 2 + > F 6 6 = 9 9 8 / 1 3 8 < 9 : : 3 8 1 + 9 < 8 = 3 0 A / F < / 6 ? 5 C 3 8 + 6 6 C > 2 / > 3 7 / 9 0 C / + < A / F @ / / / 8 A + 3 > 3 8 1 0 9 < 3 = 2 / < / ? 8 > 3 8 1 = / + = 9 8 = > 3 6 6 9 7 / = 3 8 0 3 < = > 3 8 9 8 / A 2 3 2 3 = > 2 + > : + < > 9 0 > 2 / = > + > / = 9 ? > 2 9 0 $ > + > / # 9 + t < 2 / < C + 8 < 9 = = 9 A = / + = 9 8 = > 2 / < / = > + < > / ? 1 f 9 8 : < 3 @ + > / 6 + 8 = ? 8 > 3 8 1 9 8 / 3 = 7 + / ? : 3 8 : + < > C > 2 / < / / 8 $ A + 7 : + = 3 8 + 8 6 3 / = = 9 ? > 2 9 0 $ # t A / = > 9 0 & $ r r n + 8 > 2 / 3 = = 3 7 7 / / ( + > / < A + C 8 9 < > 2 9 0 $ # t + 8 / + = > 9 0 > 2 / ? 6 0 9 0 / B 3 9 < 2 / < C + 8 < 9 = = 9 A = / + = 9 8 = 9 8 : < 3 @ + > / : < 9 : / < > C 3 8 9 8 / = > + < > > 2 3 = C / + < > n % 2 / 6 3 8 / > 2 + > 3 @ 3 / = D 9 8 / = + 8 2 + = / / 8 7 9 3 0 3 / = 6 3 1 2 > 6 C > 2 3 = C / + < = 9 : 6 / + = / 7 + 5 / = ? < / C 9 ? 5 8 9 A A 2 3 2 D 9 8 / C 9 ? F < / 2 ? 8 > 3 8 1 3 8 % 2 / 6 3 8 / = > 3 6 6 / 1 3 8 = + > & $ + > > 2 / + = / 8 9 ? 8 > C 6 9 < 3 + / 9 < 1 3 + = > + > / 6 3 8 / + 8 < ? 8 = = 9 ? > 2 9 8 & $ ? 8 > 3 6 3 > 7 / / > = $ # n 3 8 % + 6 6 + 2 + = = / / < 9 7 > 2 / < / 3 > 0 9 6 6 9 A = $ # n < ? 8 8 3 8 1 = 9 ? > 2 ? 8 > 3 6 3 > 2 3 > = & $ f n % 2 / < / > 2 / 6 3 8 / 0 9 6 6 9 A = & $ f n 9 8 > 3 8 ? 3 8 1 = 9 ? > 2 > 9 & $ 3 > > 2 / 8 < ? 8 = / + = > + 6 9 8 1 & $ 8 2 / < / 3 = > 2 / : + < > > 2 + > 2 + 8 1 / % 2 / 6 3 8 / ? = / > 9 > ? < 8 = 9 ? > 2 9 8 $ : < 3 8 1 < / / 5 3 1 2 A + C ? > 8 9 A 3 > 9 8 > 3 8 ? / = / + = > + 6 9 8 1 & $ ? 8 > 3 6 3 > 1 / > = > 9 > 2 / ( + 5 ? 6 6 + # 3 @ / < A 2 / < / > 2 / < 3 @ / < / 9 7 / = > 2 / 6 3 8 / 2 / + 3 8 1 = 9 ? > 2 ? 8 > 3 6 3 > 7 / / > = > 2 / $ > + < 5 = # 3 @ / < + 8 9 8 > 3 8 ? / = 9 A 8 < 3 @ / < ? 8 > 3 6 3 > 7 / / > = > 2 / ? 6 0 0 C 9 ? 2 ? 8 > A / = > 9 0 > 2 + > 6 3 8 / C 9 ? F < / 3 8 9 8 / A 2 / < / + < 2 / < C + 8 < 9 = = 9 A = / + = 9 8 = / 1 3 8 > 9 8 : < 3 @ + > / 6 + 8 = 8 9 8 / + < 2 / < C + 8 < 9 = = 9 A = / + = 9 8 = 9 : / 8 9 8 $ / : > n r % 9 2 ? 8 > ? < 3 8 1 + < 2 / < C = / + = 9 8 C 9 ? F 6 6 8 / / + 6 9 < 3 + 2 ? 8 > 3 8 1 6 3 / 8 = / + 8 + 8 + < 2 / < C : / < 7 3 > ? < 3 8 1 < 9 = = 9 A = / + = 9 8 C 9 ? F 6 6 8 / / + 2 ? 8 > 3 8 1 6 3 / 8 = / + 8 < 9 = = 9 A : / < 7 3 > 0 C 9 ? F < / + 6 9 < 3 + < / = 3 / 8 > + 8 + 8 8 ? + 6 2 ? 8 > 3 8 1 6 3 / 8 = / A 3 6 6 9 = > n 9 8 < / = 3 / 8 > = 2 + @ / > 2 / 2 9 3 / 9 0 : + C 3 8 1 r t 0 9 < + n t + C 6 3 / 8 = / 9 < n n t 0 9 < n 7 9 8 > 2 = < 2 / < C + 8 < 9 = = 9 A : / < 7 3 > = 9 = > 4 ? = > / + 2 + 8 + 6 6 / / < 2 ? 8 > / < = 7 ? = > 2 + @ / > 2 / / / < : / < 7 3 > 8 C 9 8 / : 6 + 8 8 3 8 1 9 8 2 ? 8 > 3 8 1 9 8 / 9 0 6 9 < 3 + F = 7 + 8 C ( = 7 ? = > : ? < 2 + = / + 7 + 8 + 1 / 7 / 8 > + < / + : / < 7 3 > 0 9 < t 8 . 9 8 F > 0 9 < 1 / > > 9 : 3 5 ? : > 2 / ( < 9 2 ? < / 0 9 < > 2 / + < / + C 9 ? A 3 = 2 > 9 2 ? 8 > / + ? = / 2 ? 8 > 3 8 1 = / + = 9 8 + > / = 9 8 7 + 8 C 9 0 > 2 / + < / + = + < / 9 0 > / 8 3 0 0 / < / 8 > 0 < 9 7 A 2 + > > 2 / D 9 8 + 6 + > / = + < / ) 9 ? + 8 : 3 5 ? : + 9 : C 9 0 > 2 / = / ( < 9 2 ? < / = + > C 9 ? < 6 9 + 6 > + B 9 6 6 / > 9 < F = 9 0 0 3 / 9 < < / + > 2 / 7 + > C ( 9 7 b ? 8 > 3 8 1 ? < 3 8 1 + < 2 / < C = / + = 9 8 + 8 > 2 + > : + < > 9 0 < 9 = = 9 A = / + = 9 8 > 2 + > 3 = 9 8 ? < < / 8 > A 3 > 2 + < 2 / < C C 9 ? + 8 > + 5 / / / < 9 0 / 3 > 2 / < = / B < / 1 + < 6 / = = 9 0 + 8 > 6 / < = 3 D / / B / : > 0 9 < = : 9 > > / 0 + A 8 = 0 > / < + < 2 / < C / 8 = ? < 3 8 1 > 2 / < / 7 + 3 8 3 8 1 : 9 < > 3 9 8 9 0 > 2 / < 9 = = 9 A = / + = 9 8 9 8 6 C 6 / 1 + 6 ? 5 = 2 + @ 3 8 1 + > 6 / + = > 9 8 / + 8 > 6 / < > 2 + > 3 = + > 6 / + = > 3 8 2 / = 6 9 8 1 7 + C / > + 5 / 8 % 2 / + 3 6 C + 1 6 3 7 3 > 9 8 / / < 3 = > A 9 + 1 6 3 7 3 > = 0 9 < / / < 9 8 ( = + 8 3 0 0 / < = 9 2 / 5 > 2 / = : / 3 0 3 = 9 0 > 2 / + < / + / 0 9 < / C 9 ? 2 ? 8 > ) 9 ? + 8 2 ? 8 > A 3 6 2 9 1 = 9 8 : < 3 @ + > / 6 + 8 = C / + < < 9 ? 8 A 3 > 2 8 9 + 1 9 < = 3 D / 6 3 7 3 > = 8 7 9 = > ( = > 2 / < / F = + 6 = 9 8 9 + 1 9 < = 3 D / 6 3 7 3 > = + 8 2 9 1 = + < / 6 / 1 + 6 > 9 > + 5 / ? < 3 8 1 7 9 = > 2 ? 8 > 3 8 1 = / + = 9 8 = / B / : > = : < 3 8 1 > ? < 5 / C 8 + 0 / A ( = + 1 + 8 = 3 D / 6 3 7 3 > = 9 + : : 6 C = 9 / = ? < / > 9 2 / 5 > 2 / < 9 2 ? < / 0 9 < > 2 / = : / 3 0 3 + < / + > 9 / / < > + 3 8 > F = + 6 = 9 6 / 1 + 6 > 9 = 2 9 9 > 1 9 , 6 / < = + 8 / + < / > ? < 5 / C = ? < 3 8 1 + < 2 / < C + 8 < 9 = = 9 A = / + = 9 8 = 1 3 @ / 8 C 9 ? 2 + @ / + > ? < 5 / C : / < 7 3 > n t 0 9 < < / = 3 / 8 > = n 0 9 < 8 9 8 < / = 3 / 8 > = ) 9 ? + 8 > + 5 / 9 8 6 C 9 8 / > ? < 5 / C : / < + C + 8 > 2 / < / F = + > A 9 3 < 0 + 6 6 = / + = 9 8 6 3 7 3 > > F = + 1 + 3 8 = > > 2 / 6 + A > 9 2 ? 8 > > ? < 5 / C = 3 8 9 6 7 / = 9 ? 8 > C 3 8 > 2 / 0 + 6 6 + 8 3 > F = 3 6 6 / 1 + 6 > 9 = 2 9 9 > > 2 / 7 A 2 3 6 / > 2 / C F < / 9 8 > 2 / < 9 9 = > 9 @ / < + 3 > A 2 / 8 C 9 ? F < / A 3 > 2 3 8 n t t C + < = 9 0 + 1 + 7 / 0 / / 3 8 1 = > + > 3 9 8 A 2 / 8 + 3 > 3 = : < / = / 8 > 9 < A 3 > 2 > 2 / + 3 9 0 < / 9 < / > ? < 5 / C + 6 6 = 8 : < 3 @ + > / : < 9 : / < > C 3 0 C 9 ? F < / 2 ? 8 > 3 8 1 ? < 3 8 1 > 2 / + < 2 / < C = / + = 9 8 C 9 ? 7 + C 2 ? 8 > 9 8 6 C A 3 > 2 + 9 A + 8 C 9 ? 7 ? = > 2 + @ / > 2 / + < 2 / < C : / < 7 3 > ? < 3 8 1 < 9 = = 9 A = / + = 9 8 C 9 ? 7 + C ? = / / 3 > 2 / < + < 9 = = 9 A 9 < 9 A ? > C 9 ? 7 ? = > 2 + @ / > 2 / < 9 = = 9 A : / < 7 3 > 8 ( = 9 8 6 C 2 ? 8 > / < = A 3 > 2 + 3 = + 6 / < 9 = = 9 A : / < 7 3 > + < / + 6 6 9 A / > 9 ? = / < 9 = = 9 A = ? < 3 8 1 + < 2 / < C = / + = 9 8 6 6 9 A = 7 ? = > 2 + @ / + 7 3 8 3 7 ? 7 < + A A / 3 1 2 > 9 0 f : 9 ? 8 = + 8 2 + 8 2 / 6 < / 6 / + = / = + < / : / < 7 3 > > / 9 < 2 ? 8 > 3 8 1 / / < 2 9 1 = + 8 > ? < 5 / C = < 9 + 2 / + = 7 ? = > 2 + @ / + > 6 / + = > > A 9 = 2 + < : / 8 / / 1 / = A 3 > 2 + 7 3 8 3 7 ? 7 A 3 > 2 9 0 b 3 8 2 r f # b t b r t f b r b b # # % $ ( ) $ n $ ) $ ( ( % $ ( n % 2 / + 7 3 6 > 9 8 9 ? 8 > C 3 1 2 $ 2 9 9 6 % < 9 4 + 8 0 9 9 > + 6 6 > / + 7 n / + > > 2 / + 6 + C + < + ? / < = t f 3 8 % + 6 6 + 2 + = = / / < 3 + C 8 3 1 2 > $ / : > t C + = 9 < / 9 0 n t % 2 / % < 9 4 + 8 = > 9 9 5 + 8 / + < 6 C 6 / + + > t A 3 > 2 r n 6 / 0 > 3 8 > 2 / 0 3 < = > ; ? + < > / < % 2 / + < + ? / < = 2 + > 9 = / > > 6 / 0 9 < + 0 3 / 6 1 9 + 6 > 9 : ? > > 2 < / / 9 8 > 2 / 9 + < A 3 > 2 4 ? = > n f = / 9 8 = 6 / 0 > 3 8 > 2 / 0 3 < = > % 2 / % < 9 4 + 8 = = 2 9 A / + 6 + C > 2 / C A / < / : 6 + C 3 8 1 > 9 A 3 8 A 3 > 2 + 1 < / + > < 3 @ / C + 6 3 5 # + 8 9 6 : 2 A 2 9 < / 0 ? = / > 9 / > + 5 6 / + < 5 / @ 3 9 ? = + @ 3 = > 2 / 8 2 + + 8 3 8 > / < / : > 3 9 8 / 0 9 < / ? 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A 4 = @ > 0 > 9 / > ; 8 ; = : A 4 / 0 > : 9 2 : 4 9 2 : 8 ; @ ? 0 = @ ; / ? 0 > 9 / : 1 1 0 = > 3 0 7 ; 7 4 9 0 4 1 D : @ 0 A 0 = 2 0 ? > ? @ 6 : = 9 0 0 / > > 4 > ? 9 0 t 1 D : @ J = 0 4 9 ? 0 = 0 > ? 0 / 4 9 > : 8 0 ? 3 4 9 2 8 : 4 7 0 ? 3 0 = 0 = 0 > 0 A 0 = 7 9 0 B > 0 9 4 : = > ; 0 4 1 4 ? 7 0 ? > : 9 ? 3 0 8 = 6 0 ? D : @ > 3 : @ 7 / 7 : : 6 4 9 ? : 7 4 6 0 ? 3 0 7 = 4 > : 8 ; 9 4 : 9 7 = 4 > : 8 ; 9 4 : 9 : 8 r r f B 3 4 3 : 8 4 9 0 > : 8 ; @ ? 0 = / 4 2 4 ? 7 ; 4 ? @ = 0 1 = 8 0 8 : 4 7 0 ; 3 : 9 0 9 / ; > > 4 A 0 8 : 9 4 ? : = 4 9 2 / 0 A 4 0 4 9 ? : : 9 0 ; 6 2 0 ? 3 > n t 4 9 3 ? : @ 3 > = 0 0 9 B 4 ? 3 3 @ 2 0 ? 0 C ? 9 / @ ? ? : 9 > 8 ; 7 4 1 4 0 / > : @ 9 / 9 / : 8 0 > 4 9 ? 3 4 6 8 : : 1 = 8 0 ? 3 ? 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8 9 = / < @ + 8 / 9 0 > 2 / > 2 + 8 8 3 @ / < = + < C 9 0 > 2 / < + 0 > 3 8 1 9 0 > 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 9 0 > 2 / ( 8 3 > / & > + > / = 9 0 7 / < 3 + C > 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 + 6 9 8 @ / 8 > 3 9 8 < / 6 / 8 3 6 6 / < 7 + C 9 < 9 0 2 3 > / & : < 3 8 1 = + = 5 / 3 > 3 D / 8 = > 9 < / + 0 0 3 < 7 > 2 / 3 / + 6 = 9 0 > 2 / < + 7 / < = 9 0 > 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 C : < 9 6 + 3 7 3 8 1 & / : > n f > 9 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 / / 5 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 / / 5 A + = 9 0 0 3 3 + 6 6 C / 8 + > / 9 8 ? 1 n C $ < / = 3 / 8 > A 3 1 2 > 3 = / 8 2 9 A / < 0 < 9 7 + 9 8 1 < / = = 3 9 8 + 6 < / = 9 6 ? > 3 9 8 : / > 3 > 3 9 8 / C > 2 / + ? 1 2 > / < = 9 0 > 2 / 7 / < 3 + 8 % / @ 9 6 ? > 3 9 8 % ? > 3 > A + = / 9 < 1 / ? = 2 A 2 9 9 0 0 3 3 + 6 6 C / 6 + < / > 2 / 3 8 / : > 3 9 8 9 0 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 / / 5 3 8 & / : > t t ? 6 3 / + 0 0 9 < : + = > % / 1 / 8 > 9 0 > 2 / A + < % ? > 6 / 1 / 2 + : > / < 9 0 > 2 / % 3 8 + 5 / 3 > C 7 / > + C 9 < 3 6 6 / < + > 2 3 > / & : < 3 8 1 = 9 A 8 + 6 6 > 9 A 3 > 8 / = = > 2 / = 3 1 8 + > ? < / + 8 : 6 + / 7 / 8 > 9 0 > 2 / > 9 A 8 = / + 6 9 8 > 2 / $ < 9 6 + 7 + > 3 9 8 2 / : ? < : 9 = / 9 0 > 2 / 9 = / < @ + > 3 9 8 A / / 5 3 = > 9 : < 9 7 9 > / = > ? C + 8 / ? + > 3 9 8 + 9 ? > > 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 A 2 3 2 A + = 9 < 3 1 3 8 + 6 6 C + 9 : > / C > 2 / 7 / < 3 + 8 9 8 1 < / = = 9 0 > 2 / 9 8 0 / / < + > 3 9 8 > 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 + 6 9 8 @ / 8 > 3 9 8 9 8 & / : > n n 3 8 $ 2 3 6 + / 6 : 2 3 + $ + + 8 < + > 3 0 3 / C 9 8 @ / 8 > 3 9 8 = 3 8 n n = > + > / = > A / 8 > 3 8 > 9 / 0 0 / > 9 8 + < 2 r n 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 3 = 3 8 > / < : < / > / = ? : : 6 / 7 / 8 > / + 8 3 7 : 6 / 7 / 8 > / C + 6 + < 1 / 9 C 9 0 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 + 6 6 + A 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 9 0 > 2 / ( 8 3 > / & > + > / = A + = > 2 / 0 3 < = > 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 9 0 3 > = 5 3 8 + 8 2 + = 3 8 0 6 ? / 8 / > 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 = 9 0 7 + 8 C 9 > 2 / < 8 + > 3 9 8 = # 8 & / : > n $ < / = 3 / 8 > + < + 5 # + 7 + : < 9 6 + 3 7 / > 2 / + C + = 9 > 2 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 + C + 8 3 > 3 D / 8 = 2 3 : + C + 8 & / : > n f + = 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 / / 5 $ < / = 3 / 8 > # + 7 + / 8 9 ? < + 1 / + 6 6 > 9 < / 0 6 / > 9 8 > 2 / 3 7 : 9 < > + 8 / 9 0 + > 3 @ / 3 > 3 D / 8 = 2 3 : < / 9 1 8 3 D / > 2 / / 8 ? < 3 8 1 = > < / 8 1 > 2 9 0 > 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 + 8 < / + 0 0 3 < 7 9 ? < 9 7 7 3 > 7 / 8 > > 9 > 2 / < 3 1 2 > = + 8 9 6 3 1 + > 3 9 8 = 9 0 3 > 3 D / 8 = 2 3 : 3 8 > 2 3 = 1 < / + > 8 + > 3 9 8 2 / : < / = 3 / 8 > 3 + 6 : < 9 6 + 7 + > 3 9 8 = > + > / = G 2 < 9 ? 1 2 9 ? > 9 ? < 2 3 = > 9 < C 3 7 7 3 1 < + 8 > = 2 + @ / / 7 < + / > 2 / = : 3 < 3 > 9 0 6 3 / < > C / ; ? + 6 3 > C + 8 4 ? = > 3 / 0 9 < + 6 6 F > 2 / = + 7 / 3 / + 6 = > 2 + > = > 3 < < / > 2 / : + > < 3 9 > = 9 0 n > 9 < 3 = / + 1 + 3 8 = > + 8 / 7 : 3 < / 1 ? 3 / > 2 / < + 7 / < = + = > 2 / C ? 3 6 > + = > < 9 8 1 < / : ? 6 3 + 8 7 9 @ / 1 / 8 / < + > 3 9 8 = > 9 < 3 1 / 9 ? < 0 9 ? 8 3 8 1 : < 9 7 3 = / A 3 > 2 > 2 / < / + 6 3 > 3 / = 9 0 9 ? < > 3 7 / G 2 / : ? < = ? 3 > 9 0 > 2 3 = : < 9 7 3 = / / 0 3 8 / = 9 ? < 2 3 = > 9 < C A 3 > 2 + 7 / 8 7 / 8 > = > 2 + > > < + / 9 ? < 8 + > 3 9 8 + 6 4 9 ? < 8 / C 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 / + < = A 3 > 8 / = = > 9 2 9 A 0 + < A / 2 + @ / 9 7 / = A / / 6 / < + > / > 2 / A 9 < 6 I = 6 9 8 1 / = > = / < @ 3 8 1 A < 3 > > / 8 2 + < > / < 9 0 1 9 @ / < 8 7 / 8 > 6 / > ? = < / 7 / 7 / < > 2 + > ? : 2 9 6 3 8 1 9 ? < 0 9 ? 8 3 8 1 : < 3 8 3 : 6 / = < / ; ? 3 < / = ? = > 9 2 + 6 6 / 8 1 / 7 9 / < 8 3 8 4 ? = > 3 / = / > ? = + / : > 9 ? < < / = : 9 8 = 3 3 6 3 > C + = 3 > 3 D / 8 = 9 ? < 9 6 3 1 + > 3 9 8 > 9 9 8 / + 8 9 > 2 / < + 8 > 9 0 ? > ? < / 1 / 8 / < + > 3 9 8 = / > ? = 7 9 @ / 0 9 < A + < A 3 > 2 > 2 / 5 8 9 A 6 / 1 / > 2 + > 3 8 > 2 / 0 + / 9 0 3 7 : 9 = = 3 6 / 9 . = > 2 9 = / A 2 9 6 9 @ / > 2 / 3 < 9 ? 8 > < C + 8 2 + 8 1 / 3 > H G + : : 6 + ? > 2 / % 0 9 < > 2 / 3 < 9 8 1 9 3 8 1 9 7 7 3 > 7 / 8 > > 9 > 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 + 8 > 9 > 2 / 3 < / 0 0 9 < > = > 9 : < 9 7 9 > / > 2 / < 3 1 2 > = + 8 < / = : 9 8 = 3 3 6 3 > 3 / = 9 0 / + 2 3 > 3 D / 8 + = A / 9 8 > 3 8 ? / > 9 0 + / 2 + 6 6 / 8 1 / = + > 2 9 7 / + 8 + < 9 + # ? < 8 + > 3 9 8 I = = > < / 8 1 > 2 9 7 / = 0 < 9 7 + 6 6 3 > 3 D / 8 = A 9 < 5 3 8 1 > 9 1 / > 2 / < 0 9 < + 9 7 7 9 8 + ? = / 2 / < + 7 / < = 2 / 6 . 3 @ / < 1 3 8 1 @ 3 / A = ? > > 2 / C 9 7 : < 9 7 3 = / = 9 > 2 + > > 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 9 ? 6 / + 9 : > / + 8 < + > 3 0 3 / C > 2 / @ + < 3 9 ? = = > + > / = 2 9 + < / A / > 9 3 = : ? > / > 2 / : 9 A / < 9 0 9 7 : < 9 7 3 = / 2 / 0 ? > ? < / 9 0 9 ? < 1 < / + > 8 + > 3 9 8 / 7 + 8 = + > 3 @ / 3 > 3 D / 8 = 2 3 : 3 @ 3 6 3 > C 9 9 : / < + > 3 9 8 + 8 9 7 : < 9 7 3 = / H 8 9 > / + C 9 < 3 6 6 / < 3 = > 9 < 3 + 8 = < / : 9 < > > 2 + > + : : < 9 B 3 7 + > / 6 C n n 7 / 8 + 8 A 9 7 / 8 9 8 = > 3 > ? > / > 2 / > 9 > + 6 9 0 ( & 7 3 6 3 > + < C + = ? + 6 > 3 / = 9 0 A + < = 3 8 / > 2 / 7 / < 3 + 8 % / @ 9 6 ? > 3 9 8 + < C + < # @ / < f t t t 7 3 6 3 > + < C : / < = 9 8 8 / 6 + < / 6 3 = > / + = 7 3 = = 3 8 1 3 8 + > 3 9 8 / 0 / 8 = / 9 0 > 2 / 9 8 = > 3 > ? > 3 9 8 3 = 8 9 > 7 / < / 6 C + 8 + = > < + > + < 1 ? 7 / 8 > ? > + 7 + > > / < 9 0 6 3 0 / + 8 . / + > 2 0 9 < > 2 / : + > < 3 9 > = A 2 9 = / < @ / 3 8 > 2 / 8 + > 3 9 8 I = 7 3 6 3 > + < C 0 9 < / = + 7 + < % 9 C + 6 = ) $ 9 = > t < / 7 3 8 3 = / > 2 + > G = / @ / < + 6 + C = 3 8 & / : > / 7 / < + < / 3 7 : 9 < > + 8 > # 8 & / : > n r + 0 9 < 7 + 6 = ? < < / 8 / < / < / 7 9 8 C A + = : / < 0 9 < 7 / 3 8 9 5 C 9 + C + : + 8 + 9 + < > 2 / + > > 6 / = 2 3 : ( & & 3 = = 9 ? < 3 + : + 8 / = / < / : < / = / 8 > + > 3 @ / = = 3 1 8 / > 2 / = ? < < / 8 / < 9 ? 7 / 8 > 9 0 0 3 3 + 6 6 C / 8 3 8 1 * 2 / + > / 9 8 > 3 8 ? / = > 9 / < / 0 / < < / > 9 + = ) 3 > 9 < C 9 @ / < + : + 8 + C 9 < ) + C H C / + < 6 + > / < 9 8 & / : > n n r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n f / @ / < C C / + < > 2 / % + C 9 < 3 6 6 / < + 8 < % 9 C + 6 = / 8 9 ? < + 1 / + 6 6 3 > 3 D / 8 = > 9 = > 9 : + 8 < / 0 6 / > + 8 C + C 9 0 > 2 / C / + < > 9 9 8 ? > = 9 7 / < / = / + < 2 < / + 3 6 C + @ + 3 6 + 6 / 9 8 > 2 / 3 8 > / < 8 / > 9 < + > + 6 9 + 6 6 3 < + < C + 8 > 9 / B : < / = = + : : < / 3 + > 3 9 8 0 9 < > 2 / / = > 1 9 @ / < 8 7 / 8 > 9 0 + 8 C 8 + > 3 9 8 9 8 $ 6 + 8 / > + < > 2 r n b t b n b & $ % f 827430 830138 t b b r t t r b b n f t r $ # r b f t n $ t # t # 2 / + 7 3 6 > 9 8 9 ? 8 > C & 2 / < 3 0 0 I = # 0 0 3 / A 3 6 6 / 9 8 ? > 3 8 1 < 3 @ / < 6 3 / 8 = / + 8 @ / 2 3 6 / 3 8 = : / > 3 9 8 2 / 5 : 9 3 8 > = ? < 3 8 1 > 2 / A / / 5 = 9 0 # > n t n f ? 8 > 3 6 / f n t n f 3 8 + 7 3 6 > 9 8 9 ? 8 > C % / 9 1 8 3 D 3 8 1 > 2 / + 8 1 / < : < / = / 8 > / > 9 > 2 / : ? 6 3 C / 0 / > 3 @ / @ / 2 3 6 / / ; ? 3 : 7 / 8 > / : ? > 3 / = A 3 6 6 9 8 / 8 > < + > / > 2 / 3 < / 0 0 9 < > = 9 8 @ / 2 3 6 / = / 3 8 1 9 : / < + > / A 3 > 2 / 0 / > = = ? 2 + = + < + 5 / = A 9 < 8 > 3 < / = + 8 . / 0 / > 3 @ / 6 3 1 2 > 3 8 1 / ; ? 3 : 7 / 8 > E 8 + . 3 > 3 9 8 + > > / 8 > 3 9 8 A 3 6 6 / 3 < / > / > 9 < 3 @ / < = A 2 9 A 9 ? 6 @ 3 9 6 + > / > 2 / < 3 @ / < 6 3 / 8 = / 6 + A = 9 0 6 9 < 3 + 2 / & 2 / < 3 0 0 I = # 0 0 3 / 2 + = 0 9 ? 8 > 2 / = / 2 / 5 : 9 3 8 > = > 9 / + 8 / 0 0 / > 3 @ / 7 / + 8 = 9 0 / 8 0 9 < 3 8 1 > 2 / / ; ? 3 : 7 / 8 > + 8 . < 3 @ / < 6 3 / 8 = / 6 + A = 9 0 6 9 < 3 + A 2 3 6 / / 8 = ? < 3 8 1 > 2 / : < 9 > / > 3 9 8 9 0 + 6 6 7 9 > 9 < 3 = > 2 / 2 / 5 : 9 3 8 > = A 3 6 6 / ( & r n % n r n > 2 @ / 8 ? 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f n r t n n b n t b n b & : ? 3 0 ? @ 9 0 : 1 & 3 0 ? ? 7 0 D 8 9 : 1 ? 3 0 $ 0 ; @ 7 4 ? 4 7 7 D : @ 2 0 ? ? : ? 3 0 3 D 8 9 > & 3 0 4 = @ 4 ? $ 4 / 4 9 2 # = 0 3 0 = > 0 / ? : = 4 / 0 = : > > ? 3 0 7 9 / B 4 ? 3 = 4 1 7 0 4 9 3 4 > > / / 7 0 9 / 4 7 0 4 9 3 4 > 3 9 / 0 ? : 7 / ? 3 0 : @ 9 ? = D ; 0 : ; 7 0 7 7 : @ ? ? 3 0 ; = : 8 4 > 0 / 7 9 / > 3 0 B 0 9 ? = 4 / 4 9 2 > 4 9 2 4 9 2 / : B 9 ? 3 0 ? = 4 7 # : B 0 = ; : B 0 = B : 9 / 0 = B : = 6 4 9 2 ; : B 0 = 9 ? 3 0 7 : : / : 1 ? 3 0 7 8 & 3 0 = 0 4 > ; : B 0 = ; : B 0 = B : 9 / 0 = B : = 6 4 9 2 ; : B 0 = 9 ? 3 0 ; = 0 4 : @ > 7 : : / : 1 ? 3 0 7 8 ) 3 ? 8 : @ ? ? : = 0 7 ? 0 ? : D : @ 4 > ? = @ 0 > ? : = D 9 / : 9 0 ? 3 ? 3 > 0 0 9 ; > > 0 / / : B 9 4 9 : @ = 1 8 4 7 D 1 : = 8 9 D 8 9 D D 0 = > D ; ? 0 = 9 7 2 = 0 ? 2 = 0 ? 2 = 9 / 1 ? 3 0 = 8 0 > 4 8 @ 7 7 = / B 3 : B > : = 9 4 9 ? 3 0 7 ? 0 t b > 9 / B > : = 9 = : @ 9 / 4 7 7 ? : B 9 9 : B 6 0 7 9 / 0 : = 2 4 , 9 / B 3 : 1 : @ 2 3 ? 4 9 ? 3 0 ) = 0 ? B 0 0 9 ? 3 0 % ? ? 0 > 1 : = ? 3 0 : 9 1 0 / 0 = D 9 / B 3 : > @ 1 1 0 = 0 / ? 0 = = 4 7 D 1 = : 8 : 9 > @ 8 ; ? 4 : 9 1 ? 0 = ? 3 0 B = 0 9 / 0 / 8 0 ? : ? 3 0 > ? ? 0 : 1 7 : = 4 / , ? ? 3 0 / A 4 0 : 1 8 0 / 4 7 / : ? : = 4 9 > : @ ? 3 0 : = 2 4 B 3 : / A 4 > 0 / > 0 , 4 = 1 : = 3 4 > = 0 > ; 4 = ? : = D 4 7 8 0 9 ? & 3 0 1 8 4 7 D ? = A 0 7 0 / > : 8 0 ; 7 0 : 9 ? 3 0 @ 7 1 ? 3 4 9 6 = : @ 9 / % ? 0 4 9 3 ? 3 0 0 9 / 7 4 A 0 / 1 : = B 3 4 7 0 9 0 = ? 3 0 @ 7 1 @ 9 ? 4 7 8 D 2 = 0 ? 2 = 0 ? 2 = 9 / 1 ? 3 0 = 0 2 9 ? : = 0 2 4 9 3 4 > > ? = 0 9 2 ? 3 9 / 3 0 7 ? 3 & 3 0 9 ? 3 0 D 7 : / 0 / ? 3 0 4 = B 2 : 9 > 9 / > ? = ? 0 / 6 ? : 0 : = 2 4 @ ? = : 6 0 / : B 9 4 9 8 4 7 ? : 9 : @ 9 ? D 9 0 = B 3 0 = 0 7 4 A 0 : 9 ? 3 0 ) : : / ; 0 6 0 = $ : @ ? 0 5 @ > ? 9 : = ? 3 : @ ? t 8 4 7 0 > 9 : = ? 3 : 1 ) 3 4 ? 0 % ; = 4 9 2 > = : 6 0 / : B 9 8 0 9 > ? 3 0 D B 0 = 0 : @ ? : 1 8 : 9 0 D 9 / B D ? : 2 : 9 / ? 3 0 D 0 2 9 3 4 = 4 9 2 : @ ? ? : B : = 6 1 : = ; 0 : ; 7 0 B 3 : : B 9 0 / 0 > ? 7 4 > 3 0 / 1 = 8 > @ 9 ? 4 7 ? 3 0 D B 0 = 0 7 0 ? : ; @ = 3 > 0 ? 3 0 4 = : B 9 1 = 8 : @ > 4 9 > ? 4 7 7 : B 9 > ; = 0 7 : 1 B 3 ? B > ? 3 0 : = 4 2 4 9 7 3 : 8 0 > ? 0 / & 3 0 D B 0 = 0 7 ? 0 : 8 0 = > ? : 8 4 7 ? : 9 : @ 9 ? D 4 9 : 8 ; = 4 > : 9 ? : : ? 3 0 = 1 8 4 7 4 0 > & 3 0 D / 4 / 9 ? = = 4 A 0 3 0 = 0 @ 9 ? 4 7 = : @ 9 / t D 8 : ? 3 0 = > 1 8 4 7 D ? 3 0 & D 7 : = > B 0 = 0 3 0 = 0 4 9 ? 3 0 7 ? 0 t n b > 8 4 7 4 0 > ? 3 0 @ 7 7 = / > 8 = = 4 0 / 4 9 ? : ? 3 0 @ 9 ? 0 = 1 8 4 7 D ? 3 0 > : 9 1 8 4 7 D 9 / : ? 3 0 = > B 0 = 0 3 0 = 0 ? : : 4 9 ? 3 0 0 = 7 D ? : 8 4 / t n b > & 3 0 @ 7 7 = / > B 0 = 0 9 0 B ; 0 : ; 7 0 4 9 : 8 ; = 4 > : 9 0 = 0 4 > ? 3 0 > ? : = D : @ ? ? 3 0 4 = @ 4 ? = 4 / 4 9 2 ; = 0 3 0 = 9 / 8 D 2 = 0 ? 2 = 0 ? 2 = 9 / 1 ? 3 0 = 4 8 @ 7 7 = / D 2 = 0 ? 2 = 0 ? 2 = 9 / 1 ? 3 0 = B > : @ ? b D 0 = > 9 : 7 / 8 9 4 9 ? 3 : > 0 / D > = : @ 9 / t b r & 3 0 > ? : = D 4 > ? 3 ? 3 0 / = : A 0 3 4 > 3 : = > 0 9 / B 2 : 9 @ ; ? : 8 D 2 = 0 ? 2 = 9 / 1 ? 3 0 = = : 9 @ 7 7 = / > 3 : 8 0 D 2 = 9 / 1 ? 3 0 = : = / : 9 @ 7 7 = / B > : @ ? t n D 0 = > : 1 2 0 3 4 > = : ? 3 0 = 8 0 > 0 9 = D @ / : @ ; 7 0 : 1 D 0 = > : 7 / 0 = 9 / ? 3 0 : 7 / 8 9 > 6 0 / ? 3 0 8 ? : 2 0 ? 7 0 9 0 / @ ; 9 / : 8 0 B 4 ? 3 3 4 8 ? 3 0 D B 0 = 0 2 : 4 9 2 ? : 3 @ = 3 @ ; ? # = : > ; 0 ? ) 0 7 7 # ? 3 0 D > 6 0 / ) 3 D = 0 B 0 2 : 4 9 2 ? : 3 @ = 3 ? : / D ? > % ? @ = / D 0 @ > 0 ? 3 0 : 7 / 8 9 = 0 ; 7 4 0 / 8 3 A 4 9 2 8 D 1 @ 9 0 = 7 ; = 0 3 0 / ? : / D & 3 0 4 = @ 4 ? = 4 / 4 9 2 ; = 0 3 0 = 8 D 9 : ? 8 6 0 4 ? 6 = : @ 9 / 0 1 : = 0 / 4 0 > : B 9 ? 3 4 8 ? : ; = 0 3 8 D 1 @ 9 0 = 7 9 / 3 0 3 > 2 = 0 0 / & 3 0 > ? : = D 4 > ? 3 0 D 7 7 B 0 9 ? @ ; ? : # = : > ; 0 ? # = 4 8 4 ? 4 A 0 ; ? 4 > ? 3 @ = 3 7 : ? 0 / : 1 1 ? 3 0 ) : : / ; 0 6 0 = $ : @ ? 0 9 : = ? 3 : 1 ) 3 4 ? 0 % ; = 4 9 2 > : @ ? t n 8 4 7 0 > 9 : = ? 3 : 1 ) 3 4 ? 0 % ; = 4 9 2 > & 3 0 ; = 0 3 0 = ; = 0 3 0 / ? 3 0 1 @ 9 0 = 7 & 3 0 : 7 / 8 9 B 4 ? 3 7 : 9 2 B 3 4 ? 0 0 = / 9 / 3 4 = > ? @ ; 7 4 > ? 0 9 0 / ? : 4 ? 9 / = 4 0 / 9 / > : / 4 / 8 9 D : ? 3 0 = > & 3 0 3 @ = 3 8 ? : 7 / B > 1 @ 7 7 > ? 9 / 4 9 2 = : : 8 : 9 7 D & 3 : > 0 ; = 0 > 0 9 ? / : 9 9 0 / ? 3 0 7 6 : = / = 6 7 : ? 3 4 9 2 : 1 8 : @ = 9 4 9 2 = 4 0 / 8 : @ = 9 0 / 4 8 @ 7 7 = / 3 0 = / 0 3 B : = / : 1 4 ? : 1 3 4 > 1 @ 9 0 = 7 > 0 = A 4 0 ? 3 0 > = 4 ; ? @ = 0 > 3 0 > 0 7 0 ? 0 / > : 9 2 > 3 0 B 9 ? 0 / > @ 9 2 0 3 / 3 4 > 1 @ 9 0 = 7 ; = 0 3 0 / 0 1 : = 0 3 0 / 4 0 / ? B > 9 : ? 3 0 = 1 4 A 0 ? : > 4 C D 0 = > 0 1 : = 0 3 0 / 4 0 / & 3 0 4 = @ 4 ? = 4 / 0 = 8 0 9 / B 0 9 ? 8 9 D ? 4 8 0 > 0 1 : = 0 4 8 @ 7 7 = / > / 0 8 4 > 0 7 : A 0 ? 3 ? > ? : = D 9 / B 3 ? = : @ 2 3 ? 4 ? ? : 8 4 9 / B > ? 3 0 1 ? ? 3 ? ? 3 4 > : 8 4 9 2 % @ 9 / D % B 4 1 ? = 0 0 6 3 @ = 3 9 : = ? 3 : 1 ) 3 4 ? 0 % ; = 4 9 2 > B 4 7 7 0 7 0 = ? 0 3 : 8 0 : 8 4 9 2 0 2 4 9 9 4 9 2 ? t b f r 8 ? 3 4 > : 8 4 9 2 % @ 9 / D % 0 ; ? n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D : @ D : @ 2 0 ? @ ; % : @ 9 / > = E D ? : 8 9 D 6 9 : B @ ? / : 4 ? ? : ? 3 4 > / D 5 @ > ? = 0 > ; 0 ? 6 ? : 4 = @ 4 ? = 4 / / 4 9 2 ; = 0 3 0 > & 3 0 D 3 / 3 = / 7 4 1 0 9 / ? 3 0 D 3 / ? : 0 / 0 / 4 ? 0 / 9 / ? = A 0 7 8 4 7 0 > 9 / 8 4 7 0 > ? 3 = : @ 2 3 ? 3 0 B 4 7 / 0 = 9 0 > > ? : = = D ? 3 0 B : = / 9 / ; = 0 3 ? 3 0 B : = / : 1 : / @ ? ? 3 0 D / 4 / 4 ? 0 A 0 9 ; = 0 3 4 9 2 1 @ 9 0 = 7 > 1 : = 1 : 7 6 > 0 1 : = 0 ? 3 0 D / 4 0 / 7 4 6 0 8 D 2 = 0 ? 2 = 0 ? 2 = 9 / / / / D @ 7 7 = / 9 7 0 > > ; = : A 4 / 0 9 ? 4 7 7 D 3 4 9 / 0 = 0 / B 4 7 7 2 : : @ ? ? : % B 4 1 ? = 0 0 6 ? 3 4 > : 8 4 9 2 % @ 9 / D & 3 0 B 4 9 / : B > : 1 ? 3 0 : 7 / 3 @ = 3 B 4 7 7 0 : ; 0 9 0 / 9 : ? 3 0 = 0 3 9 / 1 9 > B 4 7 7 8 : A 0 ) 0 B 4 7 7 > 4 9 2 ? 3 0 : 7 / > : 9 2 > : 1 + 4 : 9 ? : 2 0 ? 3 0 = 9 / B 4 7 7 = 0 8 0 8 0 = ? 3 0 B : = / > ? : ? 3 0 > : 9 2 ? 3 0 7 ? 0 ( 4 = 2 4 9 4 , 9 4 0 7 ? @ 2 3 ? 8 D = : ? 3 0 = 9 / 8 0 8 9 D D 0 = > 2 : & 3 0 4 = @ 4 ? = 4 / 4 9 2 ; = 0 3 0 = ? = A 0 7 0 / ? 3 = : @ 2 3 ? 3 0 8 4 = 0 9 / 8 @ / & : 7 / : @ ? ? 3 0 1 4 0 = D 1 @ = 9 0 9 / : 1 : 3 9 / ? 3 0 1 7 : : / 0 ? @ 2 3 ? ? 3 0 B D ? : 3 0 A 0 9 B > D B ? 0 = 9 / ? 3 0 7 : : / > 3 0 B 0 9 ? = 4 / 4 9 2 > 4 9 2 4 9 2 / : B 9 ? 3 0 ? = 4 7 0 9 4 9 2 7 0 9 4 9 2 > 1 0 9 / > 0 @ = 0 1 = : 8 7 7 7 = 8 0 9 4 9 2 7 0 9 4 9 2 : 9 ? 3 0 0 A 0 = 7 > ? 4 9 2 = 8 > > ; : > ? 9 : ? 0 9 / / : 9 ? @ > @ 7 7 D / : ? 3 4 > @ ? 8 D / 0 = 1 = 4 0 9 / % @ / D 0 @ ? 3 0 9 9 ? 4 A 0 : 1 : = ? 3 7 : = 4 / B 3 : 3 > B = 4 ? ? 0 9 8 9 D B : 9 / 0 = 1 @ 7 : : 6 > : @ ? 7 4 1 0 4 9 : @ = 0 7 : A 0 / : = ? 3 7 : = 4 / B 4 7 7 0 = 0 / 4 9 2 1 = : 8 3 0 = B : = 6 > ? ? 3 0 % @ B 9 9 0 0 : @ 9 ? 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f n r t n n b n t b n b The dawn of a new school year is an exciting for school-aged youngsters. Though many kids may not look forward to homework or getting up early, a new school year is often exciting for young athletes who long to get back on the playing fields and compete with their teammates. As valuable and exciting as participating in team sports can be, they can just as easily prove dangerous for athletes who arent prepared for the rigors of physical activity. A summer spent lounging poolside might be just what kids need after a long school year, but that relaxation can put youngsters in jeopardy of suffering an injury when they return to team sports in the fall. Many a young athlete has pulled a hamstring or suffered a shin splint when returning to athletic competition after a long layoff. But such injuries are largely preventable, and the following tips can help school-aged athletes ensure their return to competition is as painless as it is pleasurable. Condition your muscles in the weeks heading up to tryouts or the start of the school year. Many fall sports feature tryouts near the end of summer or at the very beginning of the school year. That means athletes must start conditioning their muscles early. Discuss with your parents, coaches and physicians which muscles you will be working when playing a particular sport. Adults should help you develop a conditioning program that gets the right muscle groups ready for the rigors of your sport. A properly conditioned athlete has a much lesser risk of injury than one who is not. Your offseason conditioning program should begin slowly and gradually grow more challenging as you draw closer to the school year. Stretch, stretch, stretch. Always stretch your muscles before any strenuous activities, whether its an offseason conditioning program or an inseason competition. Stretching significantly reduces your risk of injury and can improve your performance on the field. Get geared up. The right gear is essential for young athletes looking to avoid injury. Though summer might seem tailormade for flip-flops, such footwear should never be worn when exercising and preparing for the coming sports season. Athletic shoes specific to your sport are made to provide the support you will need as you train and compete. The same goes for the clothing you should wear when getting ready for the season. Wear the appropriate athletic attire to reduce your risk of injury. Weight train in the presence of your coaches or parents. Many athletes begin weight training for the first time when they are in high school. Weight training can be beneficial to young athletes, but such athletes should never lift weights unsupervised. Parents, trainers and coaches can explain the equipment to young athletes while ensuring they dont overdo it in the weight room. Lifting too much weight or having bad form when weightlifting can cause serious injury that can sideline youngsters for the coming season, if not longer. So young athletes should always weight train in the presence of an adult and always work with a spotter to help them should they struggle to finish a repetition. Dont try to match your fellow athletes. The human body develops differently for everyone. Young athletes must recognize that theres a chance their classmates and teammates may be developing more quickly than they are. These classmates may be more capable of performing certain physical activities. For example, a teammate might be able to lift more weight than you. Do not try to match your fellow athletes if your body is uncomfortable performing a certain exercise. If you must endure substantial pain to perform a given exercise, then your body is likely telling you it simply isnt ready for that exercise. Dont force the body to do something just to keep up with your teammates. Take a break. Even if you rested for most of summer, you still will need to rest when you begin getting ready for the upcoming athletic season. Take at least one day off per week to allow your body to recover and recharge. Your body needs that recovery time to reduce its risk of injury. School-aged athletes often look forward to a new school year as a chance to get back on the playing fields. But such athletes should emphasize safe training as the season draws closer. 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